The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 10
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The Algon&typpgfl^ fowa, Ifdv, SS, THE WEEKLY RECORD Algot* Markets Cora, 2 white .................. t.33% 2 yellow . ................. .33 mixed .................... .32 3 white, new ........... . .30 3 yellow, new ............ 29% 3 mixed, new ............ .28% Oate Hogs, 140 ........................ $2.75 Hogs, 160 ....................... 3.00 Hogs, 180-200 ..................... 3.10 Hogs, 200-260 ................... 3.30 Hogs, 260-300 ................... 3.10 Hogs, 300-350 ..................... 250 ticking Sows 300-350 ............ 2.80 Packing Sows, 350-400 .......... 2.60 Packing Sows, heavy ............ 2.40 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluctuating market ore not quoted this week. Cream ............................ 21<J Save on Radio Supplies at Gamble Stores. ' B" Batteries, 98c. Tubes, 39c and up. 100 ft. Antenna Wire, 49c. "C" Batteries, 25c. 47 the Weather The lowest temperature of the season, last Thursday, sent the mercury dipping to two above. High November 15 35 November 18 31 November 17 47 November 18 51 November 19 59 November 20 67 November 21 58 Low 7 2 25 25 29 29 29 New Ante Registrations 5516165 Fred Harm, West Bend, -33 Chev. coach. 55-6167 Adolph Puhrmann, Bode, "33 Plymouth 4-door, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Beardsley drove with Mrs. Frank Lowe to Muscatine recently, where Mrs. Lowe will visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lois Clark, formerly of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Lowe's home is in Vicksburg, Michigan, ana she has been a gqept at the Beardsley home the pwt few months, Rummage Sale Overshoes, Shoes, Rubbers, Underwear, Suits, Overcoats. Big stock of Winter Merchandise to go at 20 to 30c on the Dollar. Joe Bloom CHOICE $1.00 We just bought 60 dozen Dorothy Dean and Ray Frock dresses and they will be here Friday morning and we are adding to this group all of our $1.69 and $1.49 dresses. Just think of it Broadcloth and Heavy 80 square dresses to be sold at the same price as they were last year. This is the best buy you women folks will get this year. All sizes 14 to 52 Choice $1.00 Women's and Children's overshoes 39c to 89c Boys' Winter Helmets 39c to 59c A new shipment of cotton print goods, per yd. _13c Ladies silk & wool hose, 35c, 3 pair for $1.00 Men's Flannel shirts, Sheepskin Coats,"Wool Sox, Dress Shirts, in fact our store is full of bargains all the time. We have 118 silk dresses that are all new, not a dress in the lot over two weeks' old and for Friday and Saturday you can have choice of the house at $4.95. Get the habit of saving money by trading at NEVILLE'S TOGGERY ALGONA, IOWA. Shoes to Express the Gaiety ot the Holiday Season Here you'll find all of Fashion's favorite modes in fine footwear! Smart new styles in every fashionable material and color . . . they'll win the Instant approval of the discriminating woman or young girl. Lots of exquisite new models In fine suede, kldskin, satin or patent. And our moderate prices will be welcomed. An Exciting Collection of Smart New Styles at only Christen sen Bros. Shoe Department VVWWy^^ We Don't Serve Alfalfa BUT WE SERVE SOME MIGHTY GOOD EATS Make Our Cafe Your "Alfalfa Day" Headquarters Silver Gray Cafe Rexall One Cent Sale This Week The ftex&li one cent sale begins this week at the K. t>. James drug store. Elsewhere in the paper will be found two advertisements listing exceptional buys to be had at the store during the sale. A small mechanical man In the west window of the store is attracting much attention. Miss Frances Messer spent the week end at her home in Humboldt. O. Mndson was in Mason City Monday looking after business matters. Dennis Goeders and daughter, Jeannette, spent Sunday in Des Moines on business. Mrs. Otto Falkenhalner and Kathryn Mlsbach spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines. George Elbert was able to be down town Monday after a two weeks' siege with the flu. Gail Towtie recently installed at! Oil burner in Mrs. Oliver Moe's brick house on Oak street. Postmaster S. J. Backus has been confined to his home the past week because of illness. Capltola Brindley, Marie Helen Beard and Mrs. P. V. Janse were callers in Fort Dodge Saturday. Gus Sjogren has been confined at home the past week or ten days with nn infection in his eye. Elsie Miller and several friends of Lytton, Iowa, visited her sister, Miss Alvena Miller, Sunday. Mrs. Elsie Cady and Miss Evelyn Cady were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Cady at Mason City. Miss Austle Pelleymounter of Des Moines visited briefly at the Mrs. Elsie Cady home the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and little son, Bobbie, spent Sunday at the Fred Tubbesing home in Mason City. Mrs. Kate Vaughan left the first part of this week for Waverly where she will make her home with relatives this winter. Joe Mlsbach and H. B. Rosewall of Blue Earth went to Des Moines Sunday on business. They are expected borne today. mon, south Dakota, where they have been visiting Mr. Pratt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barehett of Union are the parents of a baby boy born to them recently. This makes them a family of three boys and one girl. District School No. 4, plum Creek, will have a program and pie social on Thursday night, November 23. Lunch will be served. Mabel Bowman Is the teacher. Mrs. Ethyl Morrison is moving this week to the Slagle duplex on Call street. The Bob Larsons are taking Mis. Morrison's rooms In the Vera apartments. Mrs. Charles Lathrop and children, Frank and Meredith, Ed Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Flske spent Sunday in Humboldt visiting Mrs. Lathrop's sister, Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor expect to leave next week Tuesday for Chicago where they will spend Thanks- Giving with their daughter, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Jr. August Huenhold and son, Helmuth, of the Aigona Greenhouses spent Friday and Saturday in Ames where they attended a short course and banquet CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale You are Invited to Gamble's Open House Showing of Xmas merchandise, Frl., Nov. 24th at 7 p. m. A FREE gift for every child accompanied by parents. Nothing on sale. 47 FOR BALE—Hampshire boar, 300 pounds—Walter Grubb, Aigona, on No. 18, old Hagg farm. 47* We have Glyco o. P. A. Glycerine. Serviced for $1.10 a gal. Guaranteed for 40 degrees below zero.—A. V. Larson, Mgr. Barnsdall Service Station, Phone 23. 47* FOB SALE—Year old pure bred Poland China boar. Phone Howard Wlth- am, Aigona 10-F2 47-48 FOK SALE—Dressed ducks. 75c. Phone Howard Witham 10F2. 47-48 Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tf For Bent FOB RENT—3 room apartment. Possession Dec. 1.—Vera Apartments. 47 FOB RENT—3 room apartment. Possession Dec. 1.—Vera Apartments. 46* Lost-Found LOST—19x5.00 Goodyear tire on rim routh of Plum Creek station Sunday evening.—Wayne Keith, Burt, Iowa. 47 LOST—Bay horse coming 3 years old. —Louis Fuhrman, Bode, Iowa. 47* /•• j i*j W Grocery Specials Hurry! Make out your list, grab your shoppig basket—get here for the first and choicest selections. You'll save money on these values. Briardale Coffee 1 Ib. vacuum pack Royal Lemon Soap Crystals, OC 25c value, 2 for __*•"*- Fancy Whole Corn, 18c value Kernel 15c Spiced Fruits in pint jars, y 2 price. Chickens, Turkeys, Geese and Ducks, all freshly dressed. Moe & Sjogren Gertrude Keneflck Arrived here oft Friday and will vWt he? mother, Mrs. M. J. Kenefck for an indefinite time. Gertrude has been employed by the Curtis Publishing Co. at Minneapolis for the past seven months. Mrs. Minnie Bllnkman came home Friday from Iowa Olty wh«*6 she underwent an operation for goitre about iwo weeks ago. She is recovering nlce- iy from the operation and is able to be up and about the house. Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane of Manchester, formerly of Aigona, are the parents of a baby girl born November 13th. The child has been named Dolores Ann. This Is their second child. While hunting pheasants Friday afternoon J. B. Wheelock received several cracked or possibly broken ribs when his gun kicked as It was flred. He has been unable to resume his duties at the post office since. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Klelnpeter are the parents of a baby boy born Thursday at the General hospital. The baby has been named Don Lee. The Klein- peters have two other children, a daughter, Marlon, and a son, Larry. Harold palkenhalttflf, who Is employed in the efriee of comptroller of you can still get lowest prices on Winter Supplies. Celluloid Frost shields 39c—Glass, 59c. Electric Defroster, 25c. Felt Floor Mats, 39c- Heaters, $5.95 to $7.65—Gamble Stores. 47 % MILWAUKEE ROAD announces " RAIL FARES GO DOWN December 1st" EVERY DAY- EVERY WHERE Throughout the entire West Formerly all regular fares were based on 3.6c per mile plus sleeping and parlor car surcharge. Here's the new set-up: 1 —TWO CENTS A MILE for one-way tickets good in coaches. 2 —THREE CENTS A MILE for one-way tickets, ' good in all classes of equipment — space in parlor and sleeping carl extra. 3 —TWO CENTS A MILE each way for round trip tickets— —10-day limit, good in coaches, parlor cars and sleeping cars, space extra. the state, o. B. Murtagh In Das Moines, wfta recently elected secretary ftnd treasurer of the oapitolians. ah organization of those employed in the state house. Vera Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o. C. Clark, who formerly lived on a farm east of Algontv and who now live at Brltt, was married last Saturday afternoon to Dr. W. W. Soutbwlek of Marshalltown. The wedding took place at Nashua. Pauline McKenna of Norfolk, Nebraska, is the new operator at the Morrison Beauty Shop. Miss McKenna received her trailing at the Thompson School of Beauty Culture in Des Moines. she succeeds Phyllda Sonerholm who has had to return to her home In Crystal Lake because of 111 health. Eight couple* were entertained on Tuesday evening by Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott flt ft 7 o'clock dinner-bridge' St. Benedict Note The card party of the St. Benedict Ladles' Sodality will be held on next Monday evening Instead of Tuee* day as repotted In the Bt .Benedict correspondence for thla week. Lower prices—Radio prices at Gamble's are lower this year than last. All- electric Mantel Radio, Dynamic Speaker, Latest 1934 tubes, $14,95. Battery Console Set, was $49.95—now $44.60. El- cctrlo Cpnspje was $49.96-4iow $44.50. —Gamble stores. 47 CORRECTION Through: an error The Aigona Hotel was called an Edwin A, Booth Hotel in an ad elsewhere in the paper. ThW should have read an Edwin A. Boss Hotel Alcohol 52c Gal, 188% proof COAST TO COAST STORE Aigona 4 —TWO AND 0 N E - H A L F CENTS A MILE each way for round trip tickets—* mon'ha limit, good in coaches, parlor cars, sleeping cars, space extra. Sleeping and Parlor Car Charges Reduced Y$ (by Discontinuing Surcharge). Ask Our Agent fe MILWAUKEE ROAD Attention! Corn Hog Alfalfa Meeting Friday Nov. 2 4, at Aigona We endorse this program and believe we can learn by getting the facts. Order Your Alfalfa Seed Early. Farmers Elevator Co. Grain, Flour, Coal, Tile, Fencing and! All Seeds. ST. BENEDICT, IOWA. Alfalfa Is Insurance Against Lack of Feed for Livestock—BUT it is NOT insurance against loss from Fire, Lightning, Tornado or other causes. "An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure" Let Us Show You How Little Good Protection will cost. H, N, KRUSE Insurance Co* Boom 11, Iowa State Bank Bldg. Welcome to the "Alfalfa Day 11 Program and 'nmversan #s An old store with new ideas. Began Wednesday, November 22, Continues Thru Sat., Dee. 2 The Greatest Store 8,000 home come Clearance Ever Attempted in Aigona This great combination sale is a celebration over our newly remodeled store—the finest equipped in northern Iowa. Come in and see h'ow young a 63- year-old institution CANT BE. double page sale bills are now being wiled and distributed to every in this and surrounding counties, Gm yours. Bead it carefully—then to Chrisehilles & Herbst and get your share of the bargains. A REAL SALE WITH A REAL REASON

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