Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 25, 1939
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PAGE) POUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, 10WA I Want FOR SAI_3 — 1930 CHEVROLET co'ftcn.—Peter Schmit, St. Joe. 8p45 FARMERS, NOTICE—WILL CON- tr'act to take burrs from cornfields.—Call at 207 S. Blackford st FOR SALE—'39 FORD TUDOR used only t\vo months. Very low mileage.—Call 704-J evenings. p46 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND _MIN- developed and printed, by's. SOCIAL EVENTS FEATURE WEEK AT LIVERMORE Livermore, July 24—Parties include birthdays, clubs, and a surprise. Mrs. Justine Steussy opened the door at her mother's the other evening when the bell rang to find a whole "flock" of neighbors and other friends laden with lunch baskets ,card tables, and gifts, the occasion being her birthday. Mrs. Fred Mlllett was hostess to the Bide-A-AVee club Thurday, with two guests o'ther than members R. E. Moulds, Soiux City, and Ellen Smith, Humboldt. Mrs. i,'/2mtfi Earl Baessler entertained the Del- Jii \ ' «„ T»^b- t.-rttvian Qafiirflnv anrl \fve. 25C.—LllS- WOMAN WITH TWO CHILDREN, Woman's lilrthday Is Honored— Irvington, July 24—Mr. and Mrs. Bert Potter, West Bend, entertained Sunday in honor of Mrs. Pot- tr's 61st birthday anniversary. Guests were Mrs. Alice Covell, of Minnesota; Mrs. Mattie Potter, Algona; her sister, Mrs. Belle McKain, of Nebraska; the Eliner and Charles Potters, the Frank and 0. L. Miller^, the Walter Brandows, the Howard and Ralph Morgans, the A. E. and Harold Claytons, the W. L. Martins, and Mrs. Mary Runchey, all of Algon'a and the vicinity; Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer; the Edward Wichtendahls, Mrs. Edward Baas, Mrs. Adel Hodges, ta Dek women Saturday, and Mrs. j the Harry and Carroll Potters, of AV. M. Smith, Mrs. A. Paulson,, and j West Bend; and Wayne Peterson, of Mr. and nces 5 and 10, wants work on.!.Mrs. J. F. Hamm carried off the! Minneapolis, nephew farm as housekeeper.-AVrite "S," prizes. Mrs. George Lenertz was Mrs. H. E. Clayton. a 17p44-46' hostess to the Jolly Eight, and • „„ „ , 1 prize-winners were Mrs. Culvert Party lor Iowa City Gucst^- ANY,' in care Advance. FOR SALE—CUCUMBERS. ANY, Johnson, Mrs. Alvin Lenertz, Mrs.] Mrs. L. G. Baker and Mrs. E. C. s j.,, e . _ Mrs. Carrie St. John, | Fred Millett, Mrs. Herman Pooch, j Dickinson entertained at 1 o'clock Blackford st., 3 blocks west V_ and Lena Altman. luncheon and a theater party yes- north courthouse. 16pW| ^Tlsitor,- ^ P.^oSmJf'low^'cS A NEW WELL DRILLING MA-• Complimentary to ' Mrs Mary ^is^dln^he sunSlr heS chine in your locality. Drilling, Dick , Oklahoma City and Mrs. \ The luncheon was hehl at the Bak . Bertha Carrel, \VestBend, a group , el . h and he attended of women met at Mrs. Jennie Hoi- th _ matinee Rt the Calli Guests any size wells. phone 102 Lakota. Guy Beemer,, 12p37-50j DELAY INVITES DISASTER. plan to take ii commercial you 1Tr J comb's Friday evening for a picnic supper. Attending: Mesdames Bert . ./Brown, Ray Falb, Ernest Boyd, course write Manknto < ommevcUU | Sidney Hoganson, Jennie Colwell, College, Mankato, Minn., for ™™:> nnd Myrtle Bachnian, Misses Mar-, log. UUHUJ garet anfl Clal . a Malin, and the] .FOR SALE-MY HEAVY WHITE ; .guests of honor were Jean Whitney, Escan'aba, Mich., who is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Dickinson; Ann 0'S., who is ' Rock stock roosteds, ?1 apiece if J rou .,i e « s Birthday Celebrated— aken at once; also good for eat- • Th birth(Jays ' of M r. and > taken ... lug purposes.—Mrs. L. Bode, phone 2F111, Algona. £' 15 FOR SALE—PUREBRED ABER, deen Angus bull, 23 months old. .Revolution and Blackbird breed- Jiu-.—Jack LudwiK, St. Benedict. 18p45 Mrs. Ray Falb were celebrated Thursday at Mrs. Bert Brown's, where a noon dinner was served to them nnd relatives. Attending: Mrs. Mary Dick, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. Bertha Carrel. West Bend, Mrs. Harold Speraw. Algona, son Donald, and the honnrees. Mrs. E. H. Rist; Susan Free, Garner, guest of her grandmother, Mrs. George H. Free; and Marilyn Keen, Rose Ann Reding, Jean Thorpe, Rosanne Brown, 'Ardis Kresensky, and June Ami Scan- Ian, all of Algona. ji i Surprise for Young Matron— Mrs. R. M. McAtee and Mrs. Earl Griffith were hostesses at a surprise party Friday evening honoring Mrs. E. J. (Bud) Zender. The }Iot*>l ' event took place at the Zender Mrs Mavy Murphyj.home, 14 women attending. Bridge recently by'H L ' and Chinker-Chek were played, 45! Clark, is being converted into a | Mrs. Paul Hammil winning high at j hotel. Livermore has been witliout| bridge, Miss Potter at Chinker YOUR HEATING PROBLEM —'a hotel more than two years. Thej Cnek - Mrs - Zender was also hon' darks are making the building all! oreeat a small surprise party over inside and out. The shaded! Monday evening, when Mrs. Melvin grounds adjoin the site of a filling Jacobsen, Mrs. Carroll Johnson, GET BICYCLE, FREE—BOYS, . Sarsent Feed coupons entitle you to fino new bicycle. See us at, once. We'll tell you how.-Ander- home, bought .son Grain & Coal Co. Town to IInv«> Tlie former Green Colonial heating engineers are at your service in planning jour heating plant. Ask this.—Laiug & Muckey. about: to' station which Mr. Clark operates. PAINT YOUR HOME — MAKE IT, Former Doc-tor Here Calls— sparkle with the magic of Pitts-! Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Livingston, of and Mrs. "Andy" Johnson called. Cresco M. & P. Club Meets— The Cresco Mothers and Daugh- burgh Paints Pep up faded exter-, Portales, N. M.. were 6 p. m. din-j * ers clu , b met Wednesday at the iors with Sun-Proof. Costs less per ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sout ' h ,. Cl ; esco community house, Swanson Thursday. The Living- stons lived here when the doctor was a local practicing physician. son, which will be on New Horizons of Service. •Mrs. W. A. Vigars entertained her dessert bridge club Wednesday, and club guests were Mrs. Alice Bennett, St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Minnie Kaufman, Maitland, Mo., sisters of Mrs. L. M. Merritit who have been visiting here for a couple of weeks. The same club met Friday morning for breakfast at the Ambrose A. Call state park in the Missouri women's honor. There were three tables of bridge. .-Mrs. Harvey Ha'ckbarth entertained 'the 'Neighborly club Wednesday afternoon. There are eight members. There were alsc two guests, Mrs. M. E. Olson and her daughter Ardene. Mrs. W.' E. McDonald was hostess to the O, N. 0. bridge club Wednesday evening. Two tables were in play, and Mrs. L. A. Copp was high. Mrs. Clinton Lighter, club guest, won travel. The Presbyterian Tea Circle met Friday at the farm home of Mrs D. C. King, 20 women attending. The E. T. W. club will meel Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Free Powell's. Mrs. John Dutton • entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening at 6:30 dinner. At cards Mesdames James Allen, John Hardgrove, and Russell Cook won prizes. The Royal Neighbor club will have a picnic this afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call state park, and after bridge there will be a luncheon. Mrs. A. H. Hagg entertained 11 boys Monday afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call state park in honor of her son Ralph's 14th birthday. 'Between 35 and 40 young people attended a South Cresco young people's party last week Tuesday evening at the community hall. • North End Farmers Busy at Threshing| = Come m The Boss may hear of this and 1 come back and stop it. ^55 , '--••.." *^ • So You'd better get in early and get your ( THE BOSS IS GONE J And boy, are we going to have fun. We've collected some odds and ends of thingg i = that have been around here too long, we think, and we're going to sell them out i g There's nothing the matt sr with them—it's all first class high-grade merchandise = and the boss would probably groan great and loud at the prices we have marked gj on them. But he's away, and here's your chance to get this merchandise at prices lj way below what you'd normally pay. Let him groan. Serves him right for going g away. He thought business was going to be dull—but we're determined to pep it M up. If we do maybe he'll take another vacation, and then we can take it easy g Come in during this "Boss-is-away" sale. You'll benefit, and you'll also be doing! 5 us a good turn. How-about-it? • year iSon. of service.—F. S. Norton & 45 WANTED—TWO MEN FOR PER-] manent and pleasant job. Very liberal commissions with small: starting guarantee.—See J. Sturtevant at 318 E. Call from 7 to S on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 27])4o A T T E N T ION POULTRYMEN— , Birds for caponizing should not j be over 10 weeks of age. If you want to raise capons come in and make definite appointment at once. Catches lUver Catfish— Ascliel Brogan says it necessary to go to the lakes to 0,'itch fish, and he backs up this claim by sending catfish to friends, lie fishes the rivor here. and the meeting was opened with Swea City, July 24—Harvesting in" this vicinity was being completed and a few threshing rigs were in operation by the week-end. Showers last week Monday . and Tuesday hindered harvesting only slightly here, though in the state line region a torrential downpour with a terrific electrical display .did some damage Sunday. Gardens the Little Brown Church in the ' ,\ ve re reported under water, corn Vale. Sixteen members attended, ] was down, and some farmers lost and roll call was answered with was answered favorite dishes. This was "visit- stock by lightning. Oats here are expected to go 35 to 45 bushels, is noti Ing day," so there was no program. |.with the crop better than on early The next meeting will be a contest .expectations, though not up to Itclioiiiifli Home Improved— The Louis Bchounek house is being remodeled, and the improve- picnic AVednesday, August 30, at the community house, losers banqueting the winners, Mrs. A. E. Clayton, captain. Park Party Honors Newlyiveds— Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith were previous years. Corn is doing well. ments include a basement. The honorees at a picnic supper at the —Swift & Co., Algona. 3UH4-45 Lenertz firm has the contract. MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES— ] »w Minister to Come— We make cash loans up to $300 i New minisix-r f"i- the local Prenon your automobile or furniture, i Vlerian church is tie Rev. J. E. All transactions handled quickly i Rankin, of Wisconsin, who will and confidentially.—C. H. Ostwin-, come shortly, kle, Heise bldg., Algona, phone 132. !/"«"-> .-. .,, f f -_.T . -" 1 J *«J *"Q (-« J-UtC. J.TJ.1 Q. 28u43tf Other Livennore News. | Mary Runchey before WANTED IMMEDIATELY — AM- bilious salesman, begin work at .once, full time, good pay, one of Mrs. H. F. Volberding, who had,July 1. | Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday evening and were presented with a set of aluminum ware. Hostesses were Doris Young, Lois Colwell, and Alice i Sparks. Sixteen guests were in- i vited, and the evening was spent in playing games. Mrs. Smith was marriage visited for a time at Lee Wilson's.. lias returned to her home at Dike.! Family Picnic nt Park She took little Charlene AVilson . with her for a visit. west. Experience not necessary.—j Guests from Rockwell City at Harrison Nursery Co., York, Ne-|j ames Elder's last week were Mr. braska. largest, oldest nurseries middle!- . 27p44-47 | and Mrs. Louis Andrews, son Ever- CULTUTtED YOUNG LADY OVER 22; high school graduate; manent 'beginning August 15; advancement. Must be willing worker. Write detailed qualifications to TAPLETT, General Delivery, Fort Dodge. 25 • $1800 CASH AND 4V»7o "RENT" j will give you a well. improved farm near Algona. Not a large amount of cash needed for possession of 120 acres NE of Algona with set of buildings that make a .good home.—L. C. Stuart, Clear Lake. 42p44-46 You can buy Leather Sole Work Shoes at the Hub Clothiers for $1.39 ett, and Constance Browning. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd and pel " son Virgil have gone to Osage, of Waterloo and LeRoy, Minn., for vacation visits. Mrs. Mary Briggs, •Mgoua, was a re: "lit guc;,t of They are related. Skin-Grafting for Young Corwith Lad Corwith, July 24—Bobby, ten- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutcliff, has been brought home from the university hospital, where he spent four weeks. Five years ago the lad was at play in the kitchen and came upon a can of kerosene. He took it to the range, poured some of it onto the fire, and the kerosene in the can exploded, burning him severely. The injury left deep scars and drawn skin on neck and chest, and it. has been necessary for skin to be was for another such Mrs. Alice ,8'abin entertained at a picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, 25 relatives at- Drafted, tending. Guests were the John Sa- onera tion that he had been at Iowa Alice Di!i:ijriv.:cer. ----err- •_- _• v. _j fcij I* _, i b i.tiv; uvJiiiL fcJti— /-iii » * bins, Hob'arton; the Harry Sa'bins, clty tnis time ' Cresco township; Mr. and Mrs. J.I A. Johnson, Rich Point; the Harvey Johnsons, St. Benedict; the E., J. Kellys, Lee Hiserodt, Algona; I Mrs. Stella Sabin, Algona, and her sister, Mrs. Maud Solomon, Spen- -*- SPECIAL—THE ROYAL TYPE- writer company has announced tbt- new 1940 models and we are closing out on our last new machine of the old models. We will sell this machine for the cash price of $40. Was priced at $54.50. This is a real bargain us you save $14.50. Never been used, fully guaranteed. First come, first served.—I. G. Dewel at the Advance office. Former Owner of a Hurt Farm is Dead Hurt, July 24—Mr. and Mrs. R. F. I-Iawcott and G .P. Hawcott returned Thursday from F,l Paso, 111., where they attended the funeral of Riley Hall.a friend of R. F. more than 50 years. Mr. Hall was known to many Burt people for he formerly owned the farm tenanted by P. W. Kollasch, and he came to Burt nearly every year to look after it. Mr. Hall lacked just a week of 80 at death. His son Willard has been owner of the farm a year or two. Studies in Music Clinic at Madison A release from the university of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., news bureau reports Betty Merritt, the daughter of Undertaker and Mrs. C. C. Party is Well Attended— There was an attendance of 140 _„ „„„. auu ,„,.„. people, including CO couples, at a L. M. Merritt, Algona, among more Country club dance Thursday. than 600 students enrolled in evening. The dance committee con-. tenth annual music clinic. 2L. Ba sisted of James Bishop , Harlan Merritt, who will be a high school Sigsbee, Dick Post, and Bob Spen- senior here next year, is one of cer. Hal Ste'wart's orchestra fur- ....... nislied music, other Country some 450 high school students en- There will be an- rolled. The clinic lasts three weeks club dance August closing July 29. Public concerts are KOSSPTII cor.vrv FAH.U HONEY FARM, Hi!) ACRES, on traveled road y s mile east from Irvington, 175 acres level to gently rolling tillable land. Nice improvements with electricity. Reasonable taxes. Can be bought worth the money; 2o% cash required by March 1st.— Write W. F. Urenn, Fiel ! -i"-.i. r-y-'ii. old Olilhani, •}? Drivv-.-, Di-s Moiiu-s Tr.-.vi'.. or Har•».> Beacercrest lov.'a, Sales Supervisor for First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago. 68u4 City and County \\. H. ('illumines, Des Moines, \\a.s here Thursday and Friday, looking after his store. K. K. Douglas, manager of the Cumming.s store, left Saturday for St. Louis on a week's buying trip. Mrs. I'. 11. Williams is taking lit)- vacation from Christensen's and is spending most of it at home. Mrs. If. J. Wilson, former Al- {.'onian. now of Orange, Calif., is spending this week with the W. B. Quartons. 10, the same orchestra playing. Sunday Hotel Dinner Tarty— Tinus Madison, Lone Rock, entertained at dinner Sunday at the] Hotel Algona, and guests were cousins, the Chris Madisons, of De- j troit, Mrs. Mary Madison, Lone Rock, her family, the Charles Osbornes, Seneca, and Lars Soren- given. Miss Merritt plays the bassoon in the local H. S. band and orchestra, and she is also a saxa- phone player. MARKETS sen, Algona. Lars is known as "uncle" to the group. Shower for Hride-to.Be— Frances Winkel will be honoree at a miscellaneous shower (Tuesday) afternoon at HOGS Best light butch., 180-220 .. $6 35 Med. hvy., 220-240 _. _. $615' Mod. hvy., 240-270 $5.90 Claud? Seeley's. (laugh .er of Mrs. Miss Mamie this ' Med - llv y'- 270-300 __________ $5.70 Mrs. i Me(1 - hvv " 300-330 __________ $5.30 Winkel Winkel! has returned from with Anna OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF in a Western Auto Associate Store Western Auto Supply Company largest and most successful in its line, 30 years in business, had sales volume of 36 million ''ollars in 193S. We are now offering you an opportunty to own and operate a Western Auto Associate Store home owned, in towns of 1,500 to 20,000. There are over 1000 such stores in operation. You can become the owner and operator of a "Western Auto Associate Store" for as little as $2,750 n the smaller towns, which pays 'or merchandise and fixtures and everything necessary to start busi- 'iess. We train you in our euc- •.•esaful merchandising methods. Western Auto Supply Co. Kansas City, Mo. 32tf 2116 Central St. Associate Store Division Hflcn <'oopo two weeks at Aurora, Neb., relatives. She- lives at Mrs. Skinner's. Mildred Kicb, of ihe W. C. Dewel houifr. has bt-on at Cooper, near Jert'ei-Kon!, «ijK:t- Thursday, guest of her mother. Rita Dooley, Dc-s Moiues. spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, County Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Virginia Arn returned to work Saturday at the James Drug Store, after a week's vacation at her Ft. Dodge home. Mesdames Jfeal Smith, Eva Potter, and Mae Harris are spending this week at the Methodist camp at the Okobojis. T. H. Holmes, of the Modern Dry Cleaners, drove to Des Moines Friday to bring home a new delivery ruck fo.r the shop. Ruby Ernst, Humboldt, was guest last week of her sister, Mrs. A. H. Hagg. She keeps house for her father. Frank Ernst. Mrs. George Boswell spent the week-end at the Okobojis with Dr. .nd-Mrs. Craven, of Des-Moiues. Doctor Craven is a dentist. will Je married next month to WiU am Dodds Jr. She is now em- plo' ed at the county fair office. Small Party for Visitors— Mrs. B. A. Thorpe entertained a few women Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Quincy Drummond, Chicago, who is the former Isabel Hutchison, and Mrs. Fred Bunker, Newton, the former Ruth Lindsay. Other guests were Mrs. Merle Griggs and Mrs. Louis Reding. Mr. Dodds is a farmer. The Union Mothers & Daughters club will meet next week Thursday, instead of this week, at Mrs Jacob Smith's. The daughters wil be in charge with Mary Gisch and Fiances Winkel supervising thp program and Abbie Tjaden ani Trella Gardner the menu. Tarty Honors Mrs. Trlhon— Mrs. F. L. Triton was honoree at a surprise birthday party Friday evening given by a group of her north Thorington neighbors The women spent the evening playing bridge, two tables being In play. Other Society. The Methodist W. H. M. S. will meet Thursday at the church for 9:30 breakfast, with Mesdames Henry Joh'aunsen, Henry Douglas 1 , E. J. Gilmore, A. E, Grocter, A. Hutchison, Max Miller, Charlotte Parsons, Raymond Reid, G. L. Vohs, and Carrie Haase as hostesses. Mrs. W. H. Klamp will lead devotions, and Mrs. George Johnson will be in charge of rne les- Best light butch., 330-300 ... $5 10 Butchers, 360-400 $4^75 Packing sows, 270-300 $4.701 Packing sows, 300-330 __ $4.50 Packing sows, 30-360 $4.30' Packing sows, 360-400 $390 ! Packing sows, 400-450 $3.50 Packing sows, 450-500 $3.30 CATTLE Canners and cutters $3.00-4.00 Stock steers $6.00-7.00 Fat yearlings $7.00-s!oo S tat steers $7.00-8.001 Fat cows $4.50-5.25 A r eal calves $5.00-7.50 Bulls $5.00-6.00 GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn 28c No. 2 white corn 350 No. 3 white oats _ I7c No. 2 rye 28%c New No. 2 yellow soy beans -_52c No. 2 white oats -_.18c EGGS Hennerys and extras I6c No. 1 13c No. 2 Cash cream- No. 1 22c No. 2 21c Sweet 23c POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. 8c Leghorn hens 8c Cocks, under 4% Ibs. 6q Cocks, over 4% Ibs. _6c Geese, live -.-_ . 60 -XOc Hens, 4 to 5 Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. _6c Ducks, live, undler 4% Ibs. 5.c Hens, over 6 Ibs. :.-— 12c Springs, 5 and over ___— 14c Springs, 4 and 5 -- 12c Springs, under 4 ,_ lie Leghorn Springs' lie 1 only all porcelain Monarch range, with pouch feed. John's price $123.50. My price 1 ivory color South Bend Companion range, $106.50 _. 1 gray, as above, $106.50 1 ivory Deluxe South Bend range, $134.50 1 Dexter white porcelain double-tub electric washing machine, $137.50 _ $93.00 $93.50 $119.50 $122.50 1 automatic porcelain tub electric washer. Free, with this machine, one Rid Jid iron board and one roll away tub. (John no give away $49.50 Special $69.50 General Electric white porcelain tub electric washer FREE WITH THIS MACHINE: Iron board Waste basket 1 hose for washer Clothes pins, clothes line, sacK for clothes pins Step-on can Dust pan Salt and pepper set Pork, mix spoon, strainer, spatula, plate scraper, dipper, measuring spoon General Electric cabinet radio, $39.95 ... 50-ft. good quality 1 braid garden hose, coupled, $2.95 50-ft. high gr£tde 2-braid hose, $5,95 Electric clock, 5-in. diameter, New Haven $3.69 £Q AC $2.85 at, $£.93 at Remington paring knives beechwood handle, 25c 10-in. Polar Cub fans, $4.25 $32.50 $2.55 $4.95 Double tub stand, $6.25 !_ s 14-qt. heavy tin cream cans, outside lid, 65c ____:__ 20-qt. heavy tin cream cans, outside lid, 85c '. 1 gal. vacuum jugs, glass inside, $1.19 1-gal. vacuum jug, aluminum inside, $1.45 •____. 1-pt. vacuum bottle, S5c All-leather fly nets, $8.25, per set- _; Yellow 100 string cord nets, $5.25 Large heavy steel waste baskets, in colors, 59c : ;_ 4 compartment kitchen silverware tray, wood, 29c ; 12-qt. galvanized pails, 25c IVo-bu. galv. double bottom soldered baskets, $1.65 2-rope hay slings, $1.15 3-rope hay slings, $1.65 $5.50 ..49c .69c 98c $1.19 73c $6.95 $4.25 ...49c 19c .19c .$1.49 98c $1.49 USED 1 6-ft. electric ice box, good condition, new motor, $60.00 Roller skates, regular $1.19 and $1.25 $2.39 19c $3.50 98c WE HAVE SEVERAL USED GASOLINE STOVES • MAKE US AN OFFER • $22.50 $17.50 1 Maytag aluminum tub washer, $30.00 1 Maytag porcelain tub washer, $25.00 3 automatic electric 32-volt motor. 1 Voss electric 110-volt motor. Several others. Too much trouble to find a name Some don't have any. Make us an offer. 4-tine manure forks, guaranteed first quality tines and handle, $1.45 Roll AAvay laundry tubs, galvanized— Single tub stand, $3.25 • 53 on them. $1.19 $2.89 $45.00 .$3.75 ..$2.35 ..$1.00 No. 9 large size all copper boiler, regular $4.25 !____!____ No. 9 large size copper bottom, regular $2.75 12-qt. dairy pails, 39c values, 3 for We have 20 lawn mowers still In stock. I bought these, and bought too many. John made a lot of fuss about this, so help me out on this before he gets back. I'll give you 20 per cent off on any mower in the house. 3-gal. step on cans, white, red trim, 98c ; CROQUET SETS 0-ball in carrying case, $3.50 ________ 85c 4-ball in carrying case, $2.65 6-ball professional set in boxes, $3.00 4-ball professional set in boxes, $1.49_ Baseballs, regular 50c ___ $2.95 $2.19 $2.69 $1.29 39c FISH ROBS, LINES, KEELS, 10% off on these lten« Cast aluminum chicken fryers, ' with cast aluminum lid, $2.85 Oblong porcelain enamel dish ' Pans, first quality, 98c __.! •_ = We don't know the coat of these i You'll have fun buyin the . . —-- —»—t but we' buying them. Come now! fun marking them down. ALGONA DWARE **-.

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