Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 9
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ofiey where ?an elad to talk •with you unv of course) about a loan to meet your &KRUSE SWEA CITY'S H, S, HAS 24 TO GRADUATE Swea City, May 9—Swea City's high school will graduate 24 this pear, 12 boys and 12 girls. They are •Prances and Florence Anderson, .uvllle Berg, Dorothy Christiansen rene Dourte, Margaret Erickson vuella Jenson, Dorene Linde, Bor- nlce Smith, Dencil Stockman Mildred Thorson, Gertrude Uhr Em- Sn« ^E 8 ? 0 ,?/ T ' homas Hanlfan, Sidney Hutchinson, Harvey - Representing •• tflnince (X Den Molnes. Why lint Business GOOD AT OUR STORE have a most complete k. of Devoe's paints, , varnishes, and hes. Come in and see for self. Botsford's JHICAGO • d ,[$8.00 - -i *AH.i»v;y JJttiaon. Merten Larson, Roger Linde, Francis McGregor, Harry Montgomery, Ceith Poulton, Clarence Robii Kenneth Seylor, and Ralph stock- mam The baccalaureate sermon will ie delivered by the Rev. Raymond >wanson, of the Immanuel Luthern church, May 21; the Rev C R Mo , D .°. w ell eiving the invocation ami .the 'benediction. The class day program will be given in the high chool auditorium Wednesday af- ernoon following, and the Rev Thomas Lutman, of the Humboldt congregational church, will give he commencement address May 25 Sidney Hutchinson is class pres- dent, Clarence Roba, vice president, Merlin Larson, secretary and ireasurer. The class colors are black and gold, the 'class flower yellow tea rose, and tho class motto, The Past Gone Forever—the Future Still Our Own. Baptist Officers Are Named— The Baptist church held its annual meeting last week Monday evening. The church affairs were ound to be in a good condition. There were few changes made in church officers. The deacons reelected were Irvln Link, Charles 3ollin and Gust Overfield, to serve ;hree years. Other deacons are Sam Welfare, Wm. Sanders, Man- <lus (Lloyd, Andrew. Berg, Charles Kesler, John Jongberg. For three- fear terms as deaconesses Mrs. E. E. Thomson, Mrs. C. H. Kesler, Mrs. Jennie McCrary and Mrs. Olof Pearson were re-elected, and deaconesses holding over are Mrs. W. O. iNelson, Mrs. Mandus Lloyd, Mrs. John Jongberg, Mrs. Sam Welfare, Children Half Fare 12 AND 13 Good in coaches only on all trains g, leare Chicago not later 1 16:35 p. ni. Monday, May 15 r full particulars concerning [these, also dally and weekend round-trip fares, consult Ticket Agent IE MILWAUKEE ROAD W. POST Dray and Transfer I»F ALL KINDS i ong Distance Hauling. Every load insured ainst loss and dam- ge of all kinds. Equip- to do all kinds of auling and draying. PHONE 2»8 Algona, Iowa DP GETTING UP NIGHTS! THIS 25c TEST FREE M It Foils Me the bladder as you would [bowels. Drive out the impuri- land excess acids which cause I irritation that wakes you up M regular 25c box ot BTJKETS, lie'from buchu leaves, juniper I etc. After four days teat, if not iea, go back and get your 25c, J work on the bladder-similar as or oil on the bowels. Bladder arlty is nature's danger sig- Ma may warn you of trouble. I a e boui "l to feel better after a ! eai } 8lng and you get your •W" «aep.^B. W . LuBby drug . • \ wna; W. J. Denton. drug- tse; say BUKE T S is EEDCORN FARM „ .A- C. CARLISLE «"st of Whittemore. «-=•• Good Yellow ' E ED CORN *^.P*totaS: ughRaney Shire StalU Vill (80660) at . $8 to for col n,f f ? a(Ulress - but was called out of. town by the serious Illness of Mrs. Seimens' brother. At; tte tln appointed to _KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Schools Join In Music Fcst— The combing music organiza- s or Armstrong and Swea City a music festival in tho Swea nigh school aiftlltorlum Monday evening. Miss Kruel, of Arms rong directed the cpmblned girLs' ±° C !"h S " Thc combined toys' ins were directed by Mr. and accompanied -by Miss accompanied by Dar- Tho bands were «"V. A IltJ directed by Mr. Josten. Mothers Knterlnin Daughters— 'Baptist women entertained their daughters at a mother-daughter banquet in tho Guild hall F?iday evening, with 100 present. Mrs Waiter Smith was toMtmlstrcw The subjects of the toasts were gardens. Responding were Mes- damos Hammond, Finn, Pearson, Kesler and W. 0. Nelson. Florence Alberts gave a vocal solo and Eunice Jenson a piano solo. Miss Esther gave a talk on appreciation of the mothers. Three Enter Forest Army— Three boys from Swea City have applied for admission to the civilian s conservation corps for . government reforestation work, Supervisor P. j. Heiken having recommended them. They are Ralph Stockman, Kenneth Erickson, and Sidney Hutchinson. Ralph and Sid- FARM NEWS >V. J. Payne, Editor C. H. Klamp, Field Reporter. 3allies, who owns the farm. The Stockwells have a boy, Jerry, 4, md a girl, Patsy Ann, 18 months. They came here from Fairfleld, vhere (L. if. worked in coal mines. n the pit where he worked dirt vas hauled off of the coal, and the en worked in the open instead of Goatery, 3% miles east and a halt way from $10.00 to $250. At present there are 15 young kids, and _„ «-•«"• »»\*ij(tJ /JJ 111 11 Ct3 C« C.. W. Mechler, two miles south mile north of Burt, of Titonka, called at the Advance " • •• office last week Tuesday to renew his subscription. His brother Elmer farms near by, and tooth live on .farms owned by their father. The elder Mrs. Mechler died last winter. She and her family came to the Titonka neighborhood from the vicinity of Iowa City in 1898. Mrs. Merle Schwletert, Algona, is a sister of the boys. C. W.'s wife was Frances Koestler, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler, farm in Portland township. -..» «.AV1 \j 1AI \j J.(J JfUUllg EllVlDf U.I1U . ' -—-.»» -V- v~*m. t's a lot of fun to see them at play townshI P. had 38 January and Feb- One old goat dropped four kids'. I ruarv P'S S saved from six litters Some goats give two quarts of! wnen we called last week Monday, milk daily, some up to six quarts.' aml the same sows ' with five more, VTrs TPtfnVi tc. n r i n ..~t~i«.. _» n.' were to farrow aornin snmi MTO * * * * While there has been more or ney graduate from high school this ™ 6 ' year, and Kenneth has one more KQo less marketing of corn and oats in this locality of late, due to the increased prices of these commodities, many farmers are holding for still higher prices, says the Titonka Topic, which goes on to say: "A prominent Kossuth grain dealer said Tuesday that 30c corn would mean more or less selling, but till that figure was reached, there would be only scattered liquidation. Corn on the local market has ranged from 21 C to 25c during the past ten days, the present price being about 24%c for No. 3 yellow. Practically the only corn being marketed comes .from outside cribs and does not grade as well as does inside-crib corn." --•• -»»i*(U winj iilUlC year in high school. They plan to leave early next month. Grant Commencement Planned— A tent has been erected at the Grant school house for the graduation exercises in previous years but this year a different plan is 'being followed. The class play will bo held in the opera house here Friday evening. The baccalaureate sermon will be given in the Baptist church here, and commencement exercises will be held in Ledyard. There are ten in the graduating class. Chiropractor Locates in S. C.— Mrs. George Butterfield, Mrs. Otto I ' Dr ' c - ' E - Pester, a chiropractor, Jenson and Mrs. H. B. Bolen. The i has Iea sed the rooms over the Her- following officers are to hold of- alcl o£fice anrt with his wife will " ~ move here at once. They have been living temporarily in Elmore. They have been with the chiropractic clinic, of Omaha, and have been doing special work throughout the middle west. Dr. Peters plans to open his office May 16. Convention Reports Given— Mrs. Harry Warner entertained the Thursday club Friday afternoon, the meeting being postponed because of the state convention of federated clubs in Mason City. Reports of the convention were given by the delegates. Mrs. Vaux, Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, Mrs. S. Warburton, Mrs. Wm. Thompson and Mrs. Ed Peterson. Several Thefts Reported— Several thefts around the country here lately have been reported. At the Wm. Thompson farm the spare tire was taken from the car in the night, and the same night the battery was stolen from the Ice for next year: Trustee, Olaf Pearson; clerk, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm; treasurer, Mrs. D. W. <Fultz; missionary treasurer, Chas. Col!in; .pianist, Pearl McAninch; assistant pianist, Alice Johnson; chorister, Florence Alberts; assistant chorister, Eunice Jenson; head usher, Ed Hammond; Bible school superintendent, K. B. Bolin. Swan Nelson, 72, Dies— Swan iNelson died at his home Sunday morning at 6 a. m., after an illness with stomach trouble for some time. He was born in Melby, Sweden, September 1, 1861. He was married to Anna Katherine Swanson and came to America in 1884. They came to the Swea City neighborhood in 1903, living on a farm west of town till 1914, when he came to Swea City. Besides his Art Larson car. wife he is survived 'by five sons, Ernest, Wapello; William, Adams, Minn.; Anton, Saskalome, Canada; Carl, Granada, Minn.; Alfred, Mara- math, N. D. One daughter, Emma, Is at home, and a daughter Anna died in 1924. Mr. Nelson was a faithful member of the Immanuel ... -, . ... Lutheran church, at which ser- - S l )ent the week-end with and While we were at Maurice Wallace's, two miles east and a mile south of Fenton, last week Tuesday we found that Maurice and his wife are the proud parents of a daughter, born March 31. They named her Gloria Ann. She is the only girl in the Wallace family There are seven boys in the family of the baby's paternal grandfather John Wallace, two miles north ol Maurice's. Maurice also showed us his stock, which receives the besi of care. He has 100 Hampshire spring pigs and milks eight Guern sey cows. Another interesting ex hi'bit was a litter of rat terrier puppies. * * * * Jos. Koestler, 5% miles west o Titonka, was preparing to plan corn last week Wednesday. He farms 120 acres, and the Koestlers have lived on this farm ten years They are milking ten cows and have room for three more. Joe remarked that he had had good luck with his pigs. Three sows littered '21, and all were doing well. Mr and Mrs. Koestler have two 'boys Merwin, 6, who goes to school, anc Gerald, 4. The latter tried to wash our car, which certainly needed it Joe remarked: "There are riot many things the boys will not try. » * • * •R. A. Bleich farms three mile u east and a mile north of Burt, anc we called on him last Thursday. He was planting corn. "Ranney", as he is called, is always ahead of the game, being a hard worker. We have known him for'35 years, anc we kidded him about how strong he was in his younger days. Whej he Othor Swen City. The Fred Hoakensons, mother, of friends ; Harrison cemetery. the Kenneth Bolins. . general store in Pelican Rapids. The Walter Schmidts, of Alden, Temperance Rally is Held— A spirited temperance rally was Llio rmitci ^uummLa, ui AIUCJI, held in the Lutheran church last Minn., spent the week-end at the week Wednesday evening. The Rev. j llome o£ Mrs - Schmidt's parents, Mr. Swanson, of the Lutheran, the T. F. Johnsons, church, and the Rev. Mr. McDowell, *"~ , . . , of the Methodist church, gave ad- desses. The Rev. Mr. Siemens, of the Baptist church, was to have he hauled baled hay to Burt would take 100-lb. bales and tos. [them four bales high on a wagon !.He remarked that those days are ;past. He farmed 240 acres 16 years, then moved to Burt, years, and now i; Mrs. Bleich said she „ . -- "•- i'arm. They have two Fred owns a childrent a daughter, Luella, and a son, Raymond. The son is taking electrical engineering at Ames. * • • • We found L. F. Stockwell, 3% miles east and 1% miles north of 'Burt, plowing for corn last Thurs_ day. He is working for Robert Judge Davidson opened .court at! Callies, a mile west of Titonka, and nderground. * * * * Dell Fitch, of the Bonnie Dee raises two and a half mile south of Burt. Almost everyone calls Luther "Douglas" or ''Dug." He was in Texas for a time, and he was telling us about grasshoppers there. According to his story, they are six inches long, and if one hits a windshield It smears up the glass like a small cup of oil. Roads get slippery with them. Luther's wife is from San Antonio, and she told a better story, saying that rattlesnake pie was a dish down there. In the north we tell fish stories. Every - , ,. --. P ure " country and every region has reed. He now has 38 goats. He • favorite stories 1B 5 JU " -ells them at prices ranging all the stones. its Henry Schick Jr., of Plum Creek Fitch is a daughter of Gep., D. 'Stone, who used to live two miles east of Burt 'but has for nany years lived retired at Stering. Last winter the Stones were at Hollyhill, Fla. The Fitch family plans to drive to Sterling when the old folks return, and at the same ;ime will attend the world's fair at Chicago. » • « « Roscoe Stewart, four miles east and a half mile north of Burt, is laming the 80 acres where Lyle Mann used to live. He .moved there from Hamburg, N. Y., 20 miles south of Buffalo. There are two girls in the family, aged 8 and 6 •espectively. J. H; Zanke, former well known Algona farmer -who now lives a mile east of Burt, was counting eggs when we called Friday. He and his wife are raising a lot of chicks, more than 1100, and they have 400 more coming. Joe has always enjoyed feeding cattle. He now has 24 head of fat cattle, but plans to keep them till next fall, then put them on the market. He is farming 155 acres, and this keeps him busy. Joe was feeling good, for he bought a lot of corn at lOc a bushel before the recent price raise. • « • • We had a visit last Thursday with Grant Fairbanks and his son Luther, who live four miles east were to farrow again soon. Mrs. Schick was out at the granary, supervising the grinding of chick feed which Henry was preparing, and two healthy children were at play near them. Some of the yoUng Davidson at Humboldt. Humboldt Monday. Mrs. Stockwell is a daughter of Mr. MODERN HOUSE FOR SALE OR rent.—M. J.' Jones. 8p3S SHORTHORN BULL FOR SALE.— F. S. Thompson. Algona. 8u35-36 Lake. If you have property at Clear 'Lake either for sale or rent, write Freeman & Kenyon, Clear 24p35 HOUSE FOR SALE IN IRVING- ton.—Dr. A. L. Rist, Algona. 9u26tf I WOU1/D LIKE TO PASTURE some cattle.—F. S. Thompson, Algona. 10U35-36 FOR SALiE—GOOD TWO-ROW cultivator, gang plow, sulky plow, nearly new Oliver roller, wagon and box, priced reasonable. Will accept livestock.—McEnroe Bros. 24u35 WANTED-T-CATTLE TO PASTURE 2 miles southeast of fairgrounds. —Art Tietz, Algona. 10p35-36 FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1928 Chevrolet truck, in good condi- tlon.—Inquire Advance. 35g LOST—BROWN FILE FOLDERS between Algona and Whittemore Saturday. April 29.—Phone 781. p3S STOVE BARGAIN — GASOLINE, white and grey porcelain finish, four burners with large oven, outside 10-gal. tank, new style. Reason for sale—installed electricity. Phone 627-W. 26tfg FOR SA'LE—YELLOW SEED corn, 1 mile west, % mile south Algona.— L._F\_JenWnson,._ 13p33-35 MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS— <!lose in; board df desired.—Mrs. Daisy f.nnk, 220 W. Call St. 14p3S FOR SALE—YELLOW SEED corn, *1.00 roer bu.; shelled; picked before frost.—Phone 15F2^__lgp35 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY .bills not contracted directly by me.—Jacob Maasdam, Irvington. ISpoo YEARLING HEREFORD for sale. — Henry Kubly, Lu Verne, phone 1F5, Corwith P. O. PASTURE FOR CATTLE; plenty shade, spring water. Nellie Taylor farm, 5 miles north Algona on navlne— 'C A. Penton, Burt 1. y- y»»u«6. -^ 2Qp3'5-36 NO BELLBOYS TO TIPCAT THE Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal Wdg., Mtaneapo- li« 76c. fl, 11,50 a day. Parking next door. _j _f^* liable «ian.wanted to call on termers. No experience or capital needed. Write today. - McNBSS CO., Dept. B, Freeport. -*i£_. NO PARKING WORRIES AT THE •Beaufort Hotel, 119 3rdI St .So llsl 75c, 11, $1-50 next doer. J3p36 Clear NEW DEAL BRINGS TURN OF Road Sale—and what savings — auto supplies, hardware, paints and housewares. 5 Ibs. soap chips, 19c; 5-8 Inch garden hose, 25 ft., 98e; fork handles, 25c; seat covers, 59c; and hundreds more. 13-plate battery, $2.96 exch.—Gamble Stores. 42-35 RELIABLE INSURANCE AT LOW cost — Direct writing on all forms of Surety Bonds, Automobile, dwelling, and household goods insurance. We invite your confidence in matters of insurance protection without any obligation on your part. Call at our office of phone 55. —THE ALGONA -INSURANCE AGENCY, C. R. !>a Barre. 48-36tf Beware of the Twister YOU KNOW HIM. He calls himself a Life Insurance Agent, an "expert," who knows how to juggle figures. He feels sorry for you that you did not buy your life Insurance policy with the Company he is representing. He will show you how you could do better if you dropped the policy you are now carrying and take a new one in his Company. Is he interested in your welfare? Has he ever proven any interest in your welfare before? Is he not trying to make something out of you? Have him put down his proposition in writing and send it to the Company you are Insured in now. They will tell you the truth. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred you lose money if you drop your insurance in ANY legal reserve Company and try to replace it in another Company. CEDAR RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE CO, CEDAR EAPIDS, IOWA Us for tUe information. You Are Not Obligated. Name Address j have Children, Ages My occupation My age of life Insurance. T ™, nnrrv _______ . T understand" tiils does not obligate me but want more In formation about your savings i.i ;ns for children. We have openings for full or part time. Representatives. farmers are getting through the depression soundly and will be ready to go fast with the up turn which seems to be about here. Lakota 'Mr. -and Mrs. E. C. Pringle, of Knoxville, parents of Mrs. F. O. Johnson, came Saturday for a visit here till Monday. The Ralph Olsons, Ledyard, were also guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson Sunday. Mesdames C. R. Smith, Ray Smith, Heio Berschman, and John Furst were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at a 25c supper last Thursday. Mrs. N. E. Noble, who had spent the past four weeks with her daughter, Mrs. F. G. Torine, came home Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht had a severe attack of gall trouble Friday, but is reported some better. PAGE MNB •••••••^•••B . . j and Dennis Murray fished Saturday at Iowa Lake. •Mrs. William Aalderks was sick most of last week. ' M'Farland Escapes r] From Burning Auto B. F. MctFarland, West Bend, returning from St. Paul two weelrj ago, suffered an accident two mlleg from home. Wihat caused It Is obscure, but he thinks a tire blew out, Anyway the car left the road, tumi ed over, and landed In the ditclt, Penned in, Mr. McParland broke •! window and crawled out just Id time, for an instant later the caf, was in flames. He suffered only a! cut on the wrist, but lost his suitcase, several overcoats, and a mat* tress. .. •. i ABSOLUTELY UNHEARD OF — 2 tires and 2 tubes as low as $6.96» including tax. Made possible only by an order for 100,000 tires placed during slow winter months. On sale' May 12th.—Gamble Stores. 34-35 " "•""""""""""""'ii'iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiuiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiii INSTALLMENT SHARES 7% $1.00 Starts an Account Funds invested in the Algona Building & Loan Association yield 7 per cent on installment shares and 6 per cent on paid-up shares payable in January and July *= s each year. Your money so invested is loaned only on the highest type security 3 = consisting of first mortgage loans on homes here in Algona. If you are not now "* = a holder of Algona Building & Loan shares, we invite your careful consideration as and personal inspection of our securities. Stop in our office and let us show you S why Building & Loan shares are a safe place for you to put your money. = The Algona Building & Loan Association has the ideal plan for savings, making S improvements to your present home or if you intend building. Loans are now be- as ing made and we will be glad to give you any information desired as to the build- S£ * n g an d loan method of borrowing money. | The Algona Building & Loan Assn. sss Organized 1917. sa Office located 1st door north Iowa State Bank. C. R. La Barre, Sec'y-TreaS. = Never paid less than 1% on installment shares and 6% on paid-up shares. sa iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw GAMBLE'S TURN OF THE ROAD SALE INVINCIBLE $475 TIRE om.y 30x3 INVINCIBLE INVINCIBLE 185 TIRE ,ONLy TIRE lONLV 30x3i/ 2 E. S. 29x4.40x21 Here are the lowest tire prices of all time for this great "Turn of the Road Sale". . We never dreamed that such prices on quality tires were possible. These tire prices could only be brought to you by buying 100,000 tires during the winter or dullest season for tire manufacturers, buch tire prices as these establish an all time low for quality tires. 4 Ply 30x4.50x21—Tire only $3.49 28x4.75x19—Tire only 3.89 6 Ply 23x4.75x19—Tire only $4.98 29x5.00x19—Tire only 5.7$ 31x5.25x21—Tire only 6.49 We Have • full lint of 6 ply invincible Tir«s at correspondingly lew prices > Tires and 1 Tubes 4.40 /S1 |> Tires and i, J Tubes % 4.50 Eviry Sunty Tin U mtiulttd FIRST LINE, Htvt you tvtr uin tuch prlcn i> thtsa? Thii Is f- ucond thlpmtnt of «100,000 wdwplKid In Jtnuiry. Wt hiv< both 4 ind 6 ply—• comp! rengc a! til ilin el print centtpoiidlnily low. Out pclcii include Tubei end Ftdtnl Excise '.: t Tires and S Tubes 4.75/19 SS.S5 5.00/JO $9.40 5.I5/1*.$10.JO 5.50/11-4 Ply St-V DRAIN VALVE OR DRAIN PAN WITH 5 GAL. MOTOR OIL c Wi evuy I)MS4lla«aU!g»i D»Lux< Moloi Oil we sive you fREElhii-niWajlIJtiln vilva Ihit >ik<i ull ciu.istas clua tnd jim.plB,.or thU ht&vy comi- •jaUd oil drain pu. You Java you tholct. Ch<n|t yoiu own oil. Sn«o orach nil .00 p« chant c. 2 Gal. 100% Pu«P*nn 69e 3 Gal. GambJexOfl:. 98c Er.'o j torn Om CaaUlm GUARANTEED BATTERY Limit 20 Ban CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP & 21 c SOAP CHIPS 5^B« 19e CRYSTAL WHITE CHIPS 2 te&r 2tc Armour's NAPTHA SOAP.V, 23c PalmcliveSaip, 3 Bars.Uc Fleur dc Bouquet, 10 •art Sic Cocoa Ha/dwaUr, . 6 ox. Bar*. 1 Bart 9c Gambia's Soap Chips lib Sic Lady Helen Soap, Perfumed, 4 01. 1 Bart He While Floating, 10 Bart 1»e (Guest Siie) 13 PLATE Exchange Price Top Dressing, Pi fc. Fender Splash Guards, Each....t. Tire Pump , ,SV\ Tire Patch, 4'f»S" S. Auto Poliih, Pt. Can...........2C Micro Horn, Each. ?• Luggage Carrier r '' HOUSE PAINT 1 ;— . --,2*. TOILET TISSUE SPEGIM Thii Is not talc paint. It is Gamble's tegu- lar quality. Used by thousands of our customers and found exceptionally fine. Quart. 40c Gallon $1.11 In 5 G*l. Lets Ptl Gil. GAMBLE'S BARN PAINT LINSEED OIL ^tK^ 11 " PURE TURPENTINE . ^,,, n 84c 59< 59c Paint Brush, 4-inch Long Bristle jtA^ $1.50 Value OVC Wagon or Implement Paint, Quart ... .|9c 1000 Sheeit to the RoU-Steriliied Limit 16 Rolls GOOD QUALITY BROOM u r 17t LAMP BULBS "l^T 60 , 4 " 32c Clothe* laiktti, Each.. .lie Clothes f>in«, fcV»lof 40].. 7« Floor Mop Head or Slick.tc Potato Bicer, Each ,17e C**l Alum, Skillet, W'i9t H«nefy Fry«», Each.,.. ,9c Dutch Ov«n Roaiter.., .1»e Kitchen iofiiM Can....|«c men ELECTRIC RCFRICERATORS AS LOW AS 179.10 CASH Seat Covers CQc ^Wr ^f* Coupe Usually priced at $1.00 (9 $1.75. Made to fit all cats. Coach or Sedan... $1.19 FISH LINES Black Joe, 20 Ib. Test 50 Yds < Fish Rod, 3PC....98c Shakespeare Level Wind Reel..fl.98 Favorite Reel....»9c Casting Spoon.,.1le Wilson Success Golf Balls, Ea..83c Senior Golf Iellfl9c Camp Jus 69* 1 Gallon Size 79c Ke.ep< Things Hot or Cold GARDEN HOSE GAMBLE STORES * CoMp|«d| «u PouUt.DoiW. S 1 O f< t S Manager. OWt>iLL BY ITS Ptt Ft'. Green PejFt.% Tc

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