The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 POSENP.T.A. MET WEDNESDAY Tap Dancing, Songs Are Feature of Rural Club ; Program Ottoeen: P. T. A. waa held in the Uffa achool auditoruim Wednesday evening. The Lcdiea' Rural club presented the following program: tap dancing, Muriel Zinnel; song. "Put On our Old Grey rt Bonn«t", Eugenia Hoflus and Mabel Coyle; duet, Floy Cooper and Elliott Kin- aeth; reading "Ma At The Swimming Pool," Mrs. Loran Daniels; •inging and tap dancing, Shirley Ktaaeth and Lois Jacobaon; a dialog. Russell Munch and Donald Cooper; McKnigbt's Point minstrel. Naomi Struthers. Gladys Hanson. Floy Cooper. Donald Cooper and Unua Starin. Mlldrea Knuteson spent the week end in West Bend. Merle Holt spent Friday until Sunday In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford were Fort Dodge shoppers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Underberg of Humboldt spent Friday at the Percy Watnem home. Mrs, Lovig went to McGregor, on Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs, Conrad Lovig. Mr. and Mrs. Kriek Dab! and children spent Sunday at the Ole Olson home at Clarion. The Ottosen Progressive Federated club met at the home of Mrs. Henry Lovig, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend, visited at the Peter Holt home Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Storesund and Mrs. Anna Clave were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon, March J4, at the church parlors. Lorraine Bergum. who spent the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergum. returned to Waldorf College at Forest City Monday. IRVTNGTON NEWS Mrs. Chris Long, west of Irvington resident, has Men at Mason City, where she is receiving medical treatment High waters, which have covered the adjacent lowlands, are rapidly receding and the river is getting back to its normal banks. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reed have left for Clinton, III., where they will make an extended visit. The Reed family live on the old M. de L. Parsons farm. Edward Mawdsley and A. J. Keen were business callers at Amea and Minneapolis respectively last week. The trip was made in the interest of the Algona creamery. Donald Frank), student at a Sioux City college and Georga Anne Gel- gel from Storm Lake, will both spend their spring vacations at their parental homes. Both schools close Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Fride-s are the new tenants on the farm west of Irvington. vacated by the Orville Hedricks. The-Frlders were just recently married and this is their first year of farming. «• Farmers in general have been busy cleaning cats and grading corn m preparation for their spring work. Hugh Riney, assisted by n^aoq, Lyle. has about one hundred bushels of yellow corn that he is grading and getting ready for the early market At the Cresco Embroidery club's five hundred party held last Friday evening at the Grover Reed home, Geo, Hackman, Sr. won nigh for th«*tn«n «nd Miss Ladle Kramer, Mgfa for the ladies. Francis Reed and, A*ynian4 Kramer, both received a consolation prize, and Mrs. Carl Brown the door prize. • The Ladies* MUuio.i.trv society of the local church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Thomas as the leader. After the meeting a covered dish luncheon will be served. The Aid society will meet next week Thursday, with the Mesdames M. L. and K. P. Roney as hostesses. All ladies are urged to be present as this is to be the yearly election of officers. The Aid society has en- Joyed a most prosperous year with, Urn. O. L. Miller aa president ' FREE $50,00®?? VVorfh Of During our Twelfth Birthday fjvfngaway ateofutefy ftw m actual of $50.900 worth of, dudlitf furniture, your marts! Gambit Star* for ThU Is one of tlM frmtet safet that HOW GOING ON/ In effect for our Birthday Sale will thousands of dollars for our custan Quantities on some items are limited ami prices are In effect only while stock tests. SaatCavar Sato Men Fun Corertni . Smrf Drop Forged Steel PI ton 10 In. He nhra. Hanuntr Read , ScnwDrim He nine. 4-inch ..... 17* •• t-mch ..... a* ; Wrench Set I ChromeVanadi- , am— box tad. « ( wrenchee — 10 aim. $1 value. Sale Price ELECTRIC WASHER SALE SPECIAL! n PIECE MARTHA WASHINGTON $40.M ENSEMBLE SET —with 11 tube Coronado Console Radio which compares with many radios selling for $100.00 or more. A Rationally advertised 940.00 ensemble. $ Sale Price, compl., while stock lasts.. P«yIl.SOPerWea*.7tPli •S9H Adj. Wrench— Vanadium, t-in. Prlea iVi alien Set 14 t'Kt*. Chroma Vanadium. GiurintMd ta Sal* Price «3.98 BICYCLE SALE! Merer before hare we offered such a folly equipped bicycle at so low a price. Streamline design, large over-sized guards, balloon tires, double bar with '— streamline tank, and other features. Sale Price Girls' Streamlined Bike, Sale Price $29.55 Add 11.00 (or One Year 1 ! Theft and Fire Iniortnce Pay $L2S Per Week OIL STOVE SPECIAL MceJsUshed on tMs 3 burner oil store with oren included. Oil Stove is 3-burner ReedleValre Type with full 10 inch splasher back. Our sensation*! price including oren. SALE PRICES ON GAMBLE'S PAINT Gamble'e Regular Barn Paiat Price per Gal sue b I Gallon loti, AA£ »er Gallon 9CS > erada"A"Bam Paint IGaLkna, PerGel. . SUf Flat Wall Paint Pit Quart 4fe Per Gallon $L4S An ether paint* at cot piicae. Spark Plug Savings Mew pluga ear* aae, oil and Im- pro»» motor perforqiaace. Sal* Price Each NEW PRICE POLICY Starting now Gambia Stores will carry only one complete line of tires, our finest quality first line Crest, and sell them within a few cents of Nationally Advertised list price of 3rd and 4th line tires. Now you can get first line tires at the price you want to pay. Unlimited guarantee as to time or mileage. TRIPLE COAT CHROME COVERED ENAMELWARC four choke of I qt. (M kettle. 1 at. douMe boiler. » co» ner- coktor, t or J at. eonred kettle. 1, Us »ad t <ir. eamx* pea nt (» piecee). S4.M Set Ot All > Iff n Sale Price ••#., on Oil Map , Size 4-Ply 8-Ply 4.40-31 J5JS .... 4,80-20 S.70 $7.25 4.M-81 5.95 7.55 4.78-19 8.35 7.83 Size 4-Ply «-Ply B.00-20 7.10 .... «.ad-17 7.45 9.45 5.25-18 7.M 9.70 8.00-18 9.50 11.35 Saving* on Air Cooled Generators Factor? rebuilt Guaranteed. For Ford "A," V-f, or Che*. Eich. Sale Price with >ir cooled rfad»>iq. '2.89 Ifnition Coifs Guaranteed. Equal to or b«l- ter than itand- ard equipment. For Ford "A" o* Chei>. a. Price For Che». 4, SalePritaJlIb s 20% Off an f All Carriage '» Machine Bolts P Fu.M iize. cut ! thread. Cat riate t bolu, ' - 1 Lb, of CDEC With 2 Gallons of 100% Coffee inCC Pure Pennsylvania Oil One of the most popular values wu have ever offered. S«l» Price including Can and Federal Tax. Gallons 1 Ib. of Gamble's Deluxe Coffee Free 1 CDCC Heavy 5-Gallon rnCC Kerosene Can With S Gallons 100 ; Pure Pennsylvania Oil Special Sale Price including Federal Tax. 5 Gallons *2.80 S Gallon Kerosene Can FREE! Low Sal* Prices on GUARANTEED BATTERIES For Ford. Chev., Plymouth, and other* We've slashed battery prices to rock bottom for our Birthday Sale. Offering you these two specials: Gamble's 39 Plate Battery. Absolutely guaranteed for 12 months. Our special ftA A A sale price, exchange aUai%rO 45 Plate Tiger Royblue Battery Positively guaranteed I' > years. Special Sale Price Exchan R e " ' $3.9» •B' Battery Bargain 4ft, rott "B t*r*. U qL die. Ac- «„ tuai ItH <lt. capacity. 51.00 >alue. Bod Barnard. ManogUui Partner a* Brit* * Cramer

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