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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 11, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 11,1936 B. E. Hflsteadt spent In DBS Moines on business. Evelyn Haack, Llvermore, «M * great last week of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Qenrich, Mr*. Harold Finn of Chicago^ spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Henry Bunkofske. ttori* Long spent the week end with ft Orinnell school frlted. Ruth Crabb, whose home is In Mason City. Bob Renders, whose home is at Clare, Iowa, spent last week at the home of his aunt, Mrs. C. A. Joynt, in Algona. Mrs. Carroll Johnson and Mr. And Mrs. K. J. Fox of Wesley, spent Thursday in Mason City,. Mr. Fox Js Mrs. Johnson's uncle.' lima Dee Roupe has been employed at Kresensky*s Jlnce Monday. She was formerly} employed at the Qoedera Company". James Spencer left Friday for Danbury, Wisconsin, where he will apend a week visiting relatives. James has been suffering from hay fever. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Orancow and, Boyd, and Mrs. J. F. Oranzow returned Thursday from Cresco, •where they had been visiting since Monday. Isabella Welsbrod, Fenton, returned to her home Thursday evening after visiting at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kre- .aensky, since Sunday. Mrs. C. F. Osier, Laurens, and her daughter, Helen, Chicago, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall, Thursday. Mrs. Osier and Mrs. McCall are sisters. Mrs. James Dunigan, of-Emmets- tmrg, was the guest of Mrs. Nellie IMcMahon la^t Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Dunigan is an old neighbor .of Mrs. McMahon. Mrs. B. E. HUsteadt and daughter, Joan, spent Thursday visiting the former's brother, E. E. Strandberg at Boone, and the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Strandberg at Ogden. Mrs. Sylvia Ounn and daughter, Betty, will leave this week. Wednesday, to visit relatives In Chicago, 111., Oberiin and Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Gunn was originally from Oberiin. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and daughters, Eleanore and Betty, returned Sunday from Clear Lake. They had been there since Tuesday at a cottage with Mrs. LaBarre's sister, Mrs. H. S. Struble. Mrs. Barney Ooeders arrived last Monday from Long Beach, California, and will make an extended visit with her brother-in-law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Ooeders, and other relatives. Late Griffin came down last week for a visit with his many old Algona friends. Lafe has been making his home lately with his daughter, Mrs. Urch, at West Con- Cord, Minnesota, and is looking fine. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and daughter, Judith, left Friday to spend ten days at the Falkenhainer cottage at Okobojl. Mr. Murtagh Is taking a vacation from his duties at the Druggists Mutual Insurance offices. Catherine Seller and Eleanor Payne left for Boone Thursday morning, where they will spend a few days visiting at the homes of Catherine's grandfather, Matt Selzer, Sr., and her cousin, Mary Frances Lonergan. Mrs. Ralph Horlgan arrived on Tuesday night, and visited until Thursday night with her friend, Mrs. Guy Stokes. Mr. Horigan drove from Spencer to take her home again. The Horigans are former residents of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin drove to Emmetsburg, Sunday, to meet their daughter, Elizabeth, who has been visiting at the home of her aunts, Mrs. Clarence Christ, and Mrs. Henry Sampson, at Lake Park, for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ixmis Lynk drove to Ackley, Sunday, to attend the Lindemann family reunion. Linde- niann was the maiden name of Mrs. Lynk's mother, Mrs. W. H. Wolle. All the Lindemann children, and their children attend these reunions. Mrs. Kenneth Knutson started working as office nurse for Dr. M. G. Bourne, Wednesday. She graduated as a registered nurse at the Minnesota University, and will take the place of Mary Kain, who left Sunday for Rochester, Minnesota, where she will undertake practical nursing. Lulu Kohl left Sunday morning for St. Paul,, from where she and her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl, will spend two weeks in northern Minnesota and Canada. Lulu is bookkeeper and clerk at the Coast-to-Coast store, in Algona, and her brother credit manager for the Cities Service Co. at the Twin Cities. Mrs. George Dale spent Thursday in Cherokee visiting at the home of friends. Mrs. Ervin Blankenhora and two children of Fairfleld, spent Sunday with the W. C. Irelans. Mrs. I*. E. Weaver of San Diego, California, spent last week as guest of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Stanton. Mrs. Jeanette McMurray spent last week visiting at Belmond at the home of her son, Glen McMurray. New Fall Suits SEE THEM NOW For School Wo are justly proud of our wonderful showing of Fall suits that are now on display in our store. They represent the very hest values that we have ever shown. Never has it been your good fortune to buy such quality clothes at such low priees. Best quality, interlining and hand construction. Made from all wool fabrics in worsteds, cashmeres and long wearing twists. Hand made buttonholes. Fronts shaped by hand. Hand felled collars. The right styles for Fall and Winter wear. Made by the country's best manufacturers. New models, expensively tailored in fabrics and patterns that are so much in demand. Here you will find models for old and young in a large variety of color combinations. No better values anywhere. New Fall Suits 19,50 22,50 24,50 Zender & Caldwell 9 8 CLOTHING AND Chief Justice 3. M. Parsons of Des Moines made a short visit with his sister, Mrs. J. M. Moore, Saturday. Mrs. O. F. Llndsey was taken to Iowa City Wednesday. She has been in poor health, and will go through the clinic. Mrs. Bernard, Yeoman went to Fort Dodge, Wednesday, for a vis- It at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom and Mrs. Hogan of West Bend spent the week end in Mason City at the home of M. W. Aiborn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mledke returned Monday, having been gone since Friday on a business trip to Renwick and Des Moines. Gerald Steussy drove to Des Moines, Saturday. Ho will attend the Des Moines College of Pharmacy during the coming year. Mrs. F. S. Norton and daughter, Eleanor, spent Thursday and Friday at their home and returned to their cottage at Okobojl, Saturday. William Younle of Des Moines arrived Thursday to spend a few days as guest of his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Van Dorstan. Mrs. L. E. Potter arrived home Sunday, from Charles City. She had been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles, since Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boundy, and Mrs. W. P. Kenward, of Melvtn, Illinois, were guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Roland, Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Fritch and family of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. Fritch are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson drove to Rockwell City, Thursday, and spent the day at the home of C. A. Gabriel, nephew of Mr. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and their daughter, Joan, from Ottosen, spent Sunday with Lucille Peterson. Mrs. Stephenson and Lucille are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and their daughter, Jane Adele, spent the week end with Mrs. F. S. Norton and her daughter, Eleanor, at the Norton cottage at Okobojl. Mrs. Joe Horlg, who Is president, and Maxlne Momyer, who is secretary of the American Legion Auxiliary, will attend the state convention at Davenport to be held Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week. Lawrence Pool returned to hi* home at Renwick, Sunday, after spending the week visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. E. C. Robinson, and with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pool. Lawrence is nine years old. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fool and their children, Barbara and Dick, began a two weeks' vacation Sunday. Sunday they attended the Botsford Lumber Company picnic at Waseca, Minnesota. From there they went to Long Lake, Wisconsin, for the remainder of their vacation. MTU. Campbell Humphrey, Jr Jeft Saturday for New York City , make their new home. Mrs) Humphrey haa spent the past six weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. H. Taylor. Mr. Humphrey is the advertising manager for the Quaker Oats Company. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Caldwell left Monday with their daughter for a trip which will take them to Norfolk, Nebraska, the Twin Cities and Duluth. They planned on tak ing a short trip on the Great Lakes and return through Wisconsin, stopping at Rice Lake to visit a brother of Mr. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Pa*»on drove to Mason City, Sunday, and Mr. Paxaon's mother, Mrs. J. O. Paxson, returned with them to her home. Mrs. J. O. Paxson had been a patient at the Park hospital, and had recuperated at the home of her daughter. Mrs. F. B. Shaffer. She is feeling quite well again. Mr. and Mm. Ed Wllkins left on Thursday for a two week* vacation. They will spend two or three days in Minneapolis visiting at the home of the hitter's sister, Mrs. L H. Crawford, and the rest of the time at Horseshoe Lake. Mr. Wilkins is a salesman for the Case Tractor & Implement Company. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Boeder returned from Lansing where they h id been visiting relatives on Monday of IHSI week Mr. Boeder's niece, Katherine Roeder, accompanied them and will spend her time at their home, and at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Needing at West Bend, returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and children, Margaret and Vernon, left Saturday, for a two weeks' vaca tion in Wisconsin. They will visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fronk, parents of Mrs. Nelson, at Rice Lake, Martin and Elmer Nelson, brothers o: Mr. Nelson at Ladysmith, and Mrs Joe St. Louis, sister of Mrs. Nelson at Bruce. R. W. Reynolds, agricultural commissioner for the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul railroad, whose headquarters are in Chicago, was a business visitor in Algona, Frioay He was accompanied by Evan W Hall, assistant commissioner. The; came to look over the crop anc feed situation with the thought o; moving some cattle and sheep in to this territory. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Naudaln oi Rock Hill, South Carolina, are ex pected this week by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nau data. They will leave South Car ollna, and visit the Texas Centra nial, and drive through California via the coast, and then on to Iowa. They will visit in Algona until Sep tcmber 1st Another son of the W E. Naudaiiw, Earl Naudaiu o Glendale, California, will also vial bis parents in August. Ha will at so come to se« hit brother, Dr Naudain. Earl Naudala i* in the electrical buataow in Gtendate. Guest* at the John Sehulz home over last week end were his brother and family from HI. ATI of the employees of the State Theatre enjoyed a picnic in the woods after the show Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wooldrldge and Martha Haynes spent Sunday at Spirit Lake. Mrs. A. O. Sonerholm, of Clear Lake, arrived Sunday to spend the week visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Holman Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson left on Thusrday for ten days vacationing In northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family were guests of Mr. Duffy's brother, Bill Duffy and family, Friday evening at their home in Emmetsburg. Billy Bestenlehner returned on Thursday after spending a month at the C. M. T. C. camp at Fort Des Moines, where he was taking 'military training. John Shllts, of Mason City, spent the we ?k end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shllts. John Is employed In the billing department of the Armour Co. Harry Bishop of Louisville, Kentucky, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop* He will return the last of the week. Jane and Jinunie Cook spent Monday with their aunt, Mrs. G. C. Barton, while their parents, Mr. nd Mrs. J. R. Cook, of Webb, spent IB day in Mason City. County Attorney and Mrs. Maurce McMahon and daughter, Nancy, pent the week end In Minneapolis Isltlng Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Mrs. Bert Baldwin and children, irove to Charles City Sunday, where they will spend a week vis- ting at the home of Mrs. Baldwin's mother, Mrs. C. E. Ninnmen. Mr. sad Mrs. W. L. Asher of Clarksvllle, and their son, Leslie of Schenectady, New York, were Sun- lay guests of another son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rae Asher. Mrs. George Johnson recently vis- ted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark at Brltt and reports jer father, who has been ill all ummer, as being much improved jid able to be about. Betty Laird returned Friday after spending ten days visiting at the A. D. Ives residence in Mason City Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. William Romig, day clerk at the Jotel Algona. left Saturday after- oon for a two weeks' vacation In Canada. 5Ir. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison and children. Sue and Teddy, arrived home Sunday afternoon after pending a week's vacation at Oko- bojl. Mrs. Melzar FaOtenhabier and children, Tasker and Diane, are at Vllllsca, for a few days' visit with he father and sister of Mrs. Falk- mhainer. Mrs. John Lamnth and her laughter, Irene, accompanied the V. H. Ryno family of Fort Dodge on a tour of the Black Hills and fellow-stone Park. They left on Sunday morning. T. R. Chrlschllles returned Saturday from a buying trip in Chicago and Herman Hauberg of Chrischtl- es A. Herbst went to Chicago this week on a buying trip for the downstairs store. Mrs. W. C. Irelan and daughter, to Ellen returned last week Monday, after a two weeks' visit In Des tfoines. Bloomfield, and Newton. ttr. Irelan drove to Newton, Saturday, to meet them, and they spent 'he week end with his brother, C. 3. Irelan. Josephine Chubb returned to her duties Monday morning in the office of the county surveyor at Minneapolis. She spent the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb. Mrs. George Airhart of Independence, Missouri, visited Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. Esther Lavrenz drove Mrs. Airhart and Mrs. Lavrenz to Whlttemore Saturday where Mrs. Airhart formerly lived. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Magnnsson and son, Harris of Gowrle, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom. Mr. Magnusson is the brother of Mrs. Sellstrom. Three other Magnusson children, Juanlta, Betty, and Floyd returned to their home with their parents. They had been visiting the Sellstroms for a week. Gardner C. Qnarton, of Cedar Rnplds, Iowa, graduate of Phillips Exeter academy in New Hampshire, was one of 15 graduates of eastern preparatory schools to receive a Harvard prize scholarship it was announced, Saturday. Gardner is the son of Sumner Quarton, of Cedar Rapids, and the grandson of Gardner Cowles, publisher of the Des Moines Register, and Judge W. B. Quarton of Algona. Ml*s Rath Stan«bmr. Dorf* White and Misa Jane Mahln, are the teachers added to the public school faculty. The former two will teach in the high school and the latter will be added to the junior high faculty. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Logan, Mr*. Anna Boylan, and Mrs. W. J. Mauer of Spencer and sister? of Mrs. W. J. Fuller and Mrs. Geo. Heltt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lon F. Wright will attend an indoor picnic at the Fuller home Wednesday noon. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Selbel and son, James, of Slgourney, and Mrs. George Heltt of Pomona, California, returned from a house party at Okobojl, Monday, and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright. Mrs. Heitt Is the sister of Mrs. W. J. Fuller and will be her guest. Matt Lnmuth, his wife and daughter, Eleanor, and a friend, Miss Walker of Troy, Ohio, a student nurse with Eleanor at Roches- tor, Minn., returned from there on Sunday night. Mrs. Lamuth. who' had been at the hospital for the past three weeks, is feeling much better. Mntt took the girls to Mason City Monday, on their way back to Rochester. .Mr*. Merwiit Soot* arrived M»day from Hastings, NebfasKft, And will visit at the home of her moth' er, Mrs. Frank Shilts until foes- day (today), Mrs. 9oot« rt returning from Estes Park, Colorado, where she has been spending the hot weather. While there she met Peggy Ann Landon, daughter of Alf M. Landon, republican presidential nominee. DR. L. PFEFFER, mayor ot Wesley, took unto himself a wife last week. His bride Is Pauline Young of Traer, who has been teaching at Corwlth for the past two years. The wedding was at St. Joseph's parsonage. The couple left after the ceremony for a honeymoon trip into northern Minnesota. SUN SHINING through a glass window Ignited a celluloid tray In a vacant bedroom on the farm occupied by August Christ, two miles east and one-half mile south of Lakota, recently, and when Mr. Christ happened to go into the* room he found things covered with soot and damaged by smoke. The fire had evidently gone out of its own accord. brought her home. Mrs and Mrs. Ives are sisters. Mrs. Burdette Agard's mother and sister, Mrs. Fred Davis and Harriet, returned to their homo in Iowa City, Saturday after spend ng two months visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart drove to Iowa Falls to visit at the home of Mrs. Stewart's parents Mr. Stewart returned after spend- ng the week end there, but Mrs. Stewart will not return until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and daughters, Gwen and Erma Lee, attended the Master Painters' picnic Friday and Saturday evenings at the I. O. O. F. park at Clear Lake. There were 100 in attendance. Bernard Hansen of Minneapolis visited at the Geo. Johnson home at Irvlngton the early part of last week. He and his mother were week end guests at the Tom Young and Andrew Hanaen families at Titonka. Mrs. Guy Agard and son, Gerald of Goldfield, spent Sunday with the former's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard. Beth Agard of Toledo, also arrived Sunday and will visit the Burdette Agards for several days. Sir. and Sirs. B. E. Norton are enjoying a visit from two of their sons this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwod Norton of Bremerton, Washington, are visiting here, and Edmond Norton of Moltne, 111., ia also lere for a visit. C. L. Holdren and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holdren of Compton, Illinois, spent Thursday with the sister of the former, Mrs. Mary Runchey. The Holdrens were on their way to the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. E. J. Van Ness. Will Gllbride, Joe Bestenlehner, Chas. Taylor and eorge Spiking attended the picnic and reunion of 52nd Iowa Spanish- American War Veterans at Mason City Sunday. Next year the picnic and reunion will be held in Algona. L. A. Copp and Mm. Copp are host and hostess today to F. W. Copp, father of L. A., and Mrs. Kate C. Krause of Crocker, Mo., «nd Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Copp and daughter, of St. Louis, who arrived Monday evening for a few days' visit. Mrs. O. J. Stephentwm and daughter, Margaret, returned home Fri- , day evening from a month's visit with the M. V. Stephensons of Des Moiues and the E. G. Stephensons of Newton. Margaret also spent two weeks with friends at South Bend, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley and son, Bert of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Irvington, spt.U the week end in Sioux City, guests at the F. W. Cairy home and bringing home with them Marjorie and Vera Johnson, who had been visiting there. Josephine Auiier and her grand- 1 mother, stopped in Algona, Monday j morning to visit old friends. They ' were on their way to their home in Des Moines after spending a vacation at Okoboji. Josephine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Auner, former residents of Algona. Forest Twogood will arrive Friday from Los Angeles to join his wife, who has t sen visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. Twogood will leave for Moscow, Idaho, in about two weeks. Mr. Twogood will coach basketball and baseball at the University of Idaho during the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard returned Sunday from their two weeks vacation trip in Minnesota. They visited Mrs. Barnard's uncle. L. B. Van Arneru at MUaca, at the cottage of Dr. and Mr*. R. E. Leigh, sister of D. A. Barnard, and with their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Barnard, and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Van Am«m at Grand Forks. CANNING SUPPLIES ATLAS MASON MRS 30 carloads purchased just for this sale makes this ridiculously low price possible. Complete with Boyd porcelain lined zinc caps and heavy red rubbers. Per Dozen.... Jar Rubbers, Sale Price, 3 Dozen Boyd Zinc Mason Jar Caps, Sale Price, Dozen.. 3-Piece Atlas Seal-All Mason Caps, Sale, Dozen. Atlas Self-Sealing Lids, Sal* Price, Dozen COLD PACK CAHNERS Blue brilliant enamel. Cwflplete with wire tray. 17 Quart Size, $1.85 fi«y< 120 Quart Size, $1.60 if OO Value Of Value * 8< Jree! Ont Pound Gamble's Deluxe Vacuum Packed Coffc* — with the purchue ot a 2 gallon can of Gamble'* 100% Pure Penn. OIL This coffee, by any standard of comparison, Is an excellent grade equal to or superior In quality to the best 36c coffee. The oil is the very finest we can offer. '•''"?>"','&S'*'' Including Can ana Federal Tax A Beautiful Gooft-Down Comforter — with any of the Coronado washers lifted below. This comforter is a certified •12.60 Value. Is covered with fine quality figured sateen. Has a softness and warmth found only in genuine Goose- down. Coronado Model D Electric I^Af O Washer. Cash Price ' i |3 > Coronado DeLuxe Electric i^ASO Washer. Cash Price * / 9 Coronado DeLuxe Power ifi/45O Washer, Cash Price 'O*i Buy On Our Easy Payment Plan Tree/ A Beautiful Tabla Lamp — with the purchase of a new 1937 Coronado 8-tube console radio, featuring HIGH FIDELITY, 8 TUBES — including new 1937 METAL TUBES — TUNING EYE, a new feature for most accurate station tuning, FOREIGN RECEPTION and POLICE CALLS, 8- INCH SPEAKER, HAND RUBBED Cabinet, FULL VISION Dial, AUTOMATIC VOLUME CONTROL, TONE SELECTOR. Cash Price With Free Lamp I Terms a* Low a* $1.25 Par Week $3995 Tree/ POCKET WATCH — with the purchase of a special double bar motor bike. Has all steel drop center rims, 19-inch seat mast, bucket type Trozel saddle, Boy Scout handle bars. Choice of New Departure or Morvow coaster brake. Sale Price Incuranc* and Chrom* BUM Lock $1.00 Extra FIEE WruJ WttchM ntt Curiw fcuUU ttitk *tk*r BIKES AS LOW AS $1.25 PER WEEK muuuw bu*~»iet $24 95 TIRE £ TUBE 29 For This QUALITY INNER TUBE Even in the face of rising tire prices on every hand, we not only offer tire price* which have not increased but for thla •ale include one of our fine quality, regular, first line Crest tube* that have sold from 91.30 to S2.60, for as little a* 39c up to 69c with the purchase of a Crest tire of the same the. TIRES INSTALLED FREE I •SSft- 4.M-20. 4.7S-1*., 4.71-30. Utt-lS. ','. S.IS Cratt Tub* Sate PrlM With Tfcv $7.41 SO* . UM Silt Print on QuaUrs tttSTiru 4.40-11 tt.98 4.75-18 NEW S-TUBE CAR RADIO Has new punch, new power, new selectivity, full vision II- Juminated dial and fine appearance. Introductory Sal* Price SL2S PE* WEEK SALE ON BATTERIES 30-Plate Tiger Cub. Special Sale Price, BZ..SS.S* 45-Ptate Battery. For Ford, Chev.. Plymouth, ana other*. Sale Price Ex. $!.«• Special Ford V8 Battery. Also fit* Hudson, Essex, and others. Sale Price, Ex. change "T INSTALLED run 7 oz. Canvas, 3 Pair SALE PRICES ON WORK GLOVES .25< Leather Faced Gloves, Pair.... •if Boy Blu* Razor Bladet Excellent quality. Regular price, 26 for 70c. Sale Price 25 '<» 49< P«d>«t Watch New *tyl* case and face. »1.26 Value. Sale OAs Price oar Lunch KM Include* pint vacuum bottle. 11.60 Value. Sale AQf Price 3Hr Rubber Soles, Per Pair Tc Leather Soles, Meo'sPair. .19c Rubber Heels, Per Pair tc Auk High quality. S1.2S value. Ib. Pail. Sale Price. GAMBLE'S PAINT PRICES CUT? Floor and Porch Paint Varnish base made to withstand hard wear. Waterproof. Sale Price, Quart Wagon and_ Implement Paint A high grade spar varnish base paint for wagons and farm machinery. Sale CA{ Price, Quart «*3F Gamble'* Shellac Fine quality. White, Sale Price, Pint Orange, Sale Price, Pint Aluminum Paint For any metal or wood surface — ideal undercoat. Sale, Gallon. . 100% HOME GUARD HOUSE PAINT A SUPERFINE Paint containing only purest white lead, linseed oil, zinc oxide and dryers. Sale Price, Per Gallon Per Quart 7 Je 6 Gallons, Per Gallon SS.49 Easy Twm* Und«r f. H. A. M«n GAMBLE'S STANDARD HOUSE PAINT Has exactly as long life, coverage, hiding power, and beauty as any other good paint comparable to it Belling at 26% A ^ £A to 40% more. SaJe Price, Per ?'• W3F Gallon A Gamble 1 ! Grade "A" Barn Paint Our regular fine quality HIGH A ^ 4A GLOSS paint. Sale Price, Per } • *7 Gallon JL Up To $10 Allowance For Your Old Radio —on a brand new 1936 6- tube battery console. Regular price, comp. $44.95 Allowance, up to. 10.00 Sale Price as low as 95 C*»y Twms Sale Pricci On Refrigerators Coronado Model G48- ,: 4 cubic foot . > size. 7.6 sq. . ft. shelf area. Sale Price, Model G66- ; - 6 cu. ft. size, Easy Term* Prices Reduced On Coronado Washers The popular Model "R", including many features found only in most expensive washers i* being offered lot ONLY Ea»y Twcm SI DOWN SI Per Week —on our budget payment plan wU boy • fine Coronado Electric Lronti. GAM B LE D L Y S T O K t S OWN£O BY Tube Repair Kit Sic Auto Polish 19c "B" Battery ttc Hay Fork... 69c Fly Spray ««l. I9c FlyDedpL 19c

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