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The Algona tipper Dea Molnes, Algona, lo^a, Kov, 30,1933 GIM CHRISTMAS PARTY IN ALGONA COMING NEXT WEEK (Continued from Page One) ed hjs cabin following the parade. Here, Mayor C. F. Specht will welcome Santa in behalf of Algona and here Santa, in turn, will greet all his friends, both big and small who wish to see him. While in his location at this point, Santa will also stet up his loud speakers and broadcast his radio pro- pram of cathedral chime music and the local talent numbers arranged by D. Wane Collins, of the Santa Claus committee. Everything 111 Readiness With this final announcement from Santa, everything is In readiness for the amazing spectacle of a fairyland In .-a modern city, of the riot of color suggesting a circus parade which will bring one of the largest crowds in Algona history here to witness Santa's gigantic winter pageant parade. This event will long be remembered. Local talent which is golnj; to participate in the event is ready to go. Musicians have. their instrument? tuned up and their uniforms neatly pressed. Every gorgeous detail of the spectacle is attended to. Impatiently, all are waiting for the hour of march. i Everything is ready and no one is going to be disappointed. All the surprise features which Santa promised to ftring with him are straining at the leash to fall into the spirit of the momentous occasion. Miss Mary Christmas is ready with her automobile load of toy animal balloons which she will release at the rate of 300 in five minutes' time during the parade. Little Red Riding Hood has her bea- tlful span of Shetland ponies dazzlingly decorated with plumes and finely curried, impatiently waiting to dash into Check these Lower Radio Prices yourself at Gamble stores. Newest 1934 Battery Console, $44.50—was $49.95. Electric Console, 1934. $44.50—was $49.95. Battery Mantel Radio, $29.95. Electric Mantel, $14.95. the festivities drawing her Roman chariot. Eight Alaskan Dot* Santa's team of eight Alaskan wolf hounds With their Eskimo driver are barking in their harness awaiting the command which will send them rushing into the parade with one of its most novel and spectacular features. The living, grotesque figures, Santa's funny toys, are ready and anxious to get busy delighting the children and eliciting exclamations of wonder and amazement from their elders. Santa's living fairies, also, like the rest of his loyal servants, are on hand to promote the spirit of good feeling. Everything is in readniess and everyone, partlci- patants and spectators alike, are aw- alting the hour of the parade attngle with keen anticipation. Prizes for the first five leaders are as follows: First prize for Miss Mary Christmas- wrist watch, Community Club; flowers for parade, Algona Greenhouse; picture, Peterson's Studio, donated by Manager Brown. Second prize—silk hose, chrischilles & Herbst; silk scarf, Chrlstensen Bros.; two show tickets, N. O. Rice; one box Leon Navar bath powder, Sorensen drug store. Third prize—dress slippers, Jimmle Neville; one box Cara Name face powder, James drug store. Poi^rth prize—silk hose, Goeders; Carlton Cream and foundation lotion, E. W. Lusby. Fifth prize—box candy, Behlmers; Agnes Lord face powder and beauty assortment, Al Borchardt. To Give Away Copper Whistling Teakettle The C. S. Johnson store is giving away a solid copper whistling tea kettle Saturday evening at 8:00 p. m. The store's ad appears elsewhere in the paper with a coupon. Fill it out and take it to the store. You may be the lucky one. THE WEEKLY RECORD the weather November 22, .08 inches snow 38 November 23 34 November 24 43 November 25 58 November 26 37 November 27 61 26 17 16 26 20 Atfona Markets Corn, 2 whita $.31% 2 yellow .31 mixed 30 3 white, new 28 3 yellow, new 28 3 mixed, new 27 Oats 24 Hogs-Sows Hogs, 140 $2.50 Hogs, 160 2.70 Hogs, 180-200 3.00 Hogs, 200-260 3.10 Hogs, 260-300 2.90 Hogs, 300-350 2.70 Packing Sows 300-350 2.50 Packing Sows, 350-400 2.30 Packing Sows, heavy 2.10 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluctuating market are not quoted this week. Cream 21c New Automobile Licenses 55-6169 Bertha Daniels, Algona, Chevrolet sedan. 55-6170 Guy Smith, Algona, Ford sedan. Pick Glass from Scalp Irvington: Friday four pieces of glass were taken from the scalp wound of Paul Watson recently after he was thrown against the too of a car with a window breaking. The wound had entirely healed over and It was thought all particles of glass had been removed jrevlously. BEER 24 Bottle Case $1.98 FOE THANKSGIVING DINNER JOE BLOOM & : ®&8&X8KKBX0^^ Marriage Licenses Elizabeth Coleman, Algona, and Geo. Steil, jr., Algona, Nov. 22. Nellie Myers, Fort Dodge, and Fabian Strain, Fort Dodge, Nov. 22. Clare E. Wingert, Wesley, and Hertula Wolf, Wesley, Nov. 23. Clifford A. Knutson, Swea city, and Genevieve Mary Koppen, Lakota, Nov. 24. Ruben Balvard, Swea City, and Florence Goetz, Ledyard, Nov. 25. Carl Kannenberg, Goldfleld, and Ruth M. Dean, Corwith, Nov. 25. Carl Fisherback, Lakota, and Marion Neumann, Bancroft, Nov. 27. New Coses FCed Equitable Life vs Grant A. Salisbury et al foreclosure. Equitable Life vs E. S. Bergeson et al, foreclosure. Equitable Life vs J. M. Mallinger et al, foreclosure. F. Weyerhaeuser Co. vs H. L. Baldwin, oral agreement. Dominion Bank, Moosejay, Canada vs John E. McEnroe, note. In the mattei- of Mary Dolan, to ap point guardian. o. E. Anderson vs W. R. Laird, note Henry L. Meader vs tester Paulson damages. Rec. Burt First National xs W. H Vogel, not*. G. R. Krause vs Roelyn Krause, tc appoint guardian. Polrot & Schattschneider vs Haroli and H. F. Anderegg, note. In the matter of Beverly Ann coop er, adoption. Real Estate Transfers NOV. 15—E. W. Beckman and wf. to Henry F. Beckman, NEU of Sec. 19 Twp. 100 N., R. 30, west 3th P. M. $10 other consideration. Nov. 16—A. E. Merrlatn and wf. e nl to Louis H. Miller, NW% of Sec 15, Twp. 94 N., R. 27 W. of 5th P. M $1, other consideration. Nov. 17—Earl Elbert to Stockholders investment Co., E& of SW% of Sec 33, Twp. 96 N., R. 30 W. of 6th P. M subject to encumbrances, etc. $1, other consideration. Nov. 16—Grace Dahlhauser and husband to Mary Rammer, parcel of land NW corner of EH of 8WK of Sec. 7 Twp. 95 N., R. 30. $1, other consideration. Nov. 15—Hazel Broadwell and Harvey Broadwell to Agnes Goetsch, lots 3 and 5, block 17, Fenton. $1, other consideration (Deed given for purpose of perfecting title). Nov. 16—Josephine Wright and husband to Agnes Goetsch, lots 3 and in block 17, Fenton. $1, other consideration. (Deed given for purpose of perfecting title). Nov 17—Annas Q. Smith and wife to Loraine smith, NE corner Lot 1 block 1, original plat of Lakota. $1, other consideration. Nov. 17—R. E. Vincent and wife to Nita Isaacson, SE>4 of block 21, original plat, Wesley. $1, other consideration. Nov. 18—Rosa Steussy, widow to Emma A. Voss, lot 2, block 10, Inc. Town Whittemore. $140. Nov. 15—Western Town Lot Co., to Agnes Goetsch, lots 3 and 5, block 17, Fenton. $10. Nov. 15—(P. V. Janse and wife to J. L. Bor.ar, trustee, SW& of SE% of Sec. 7, Twp. 94 N., R. 27, W. 5th P. M. $1, other consideration. Nov. 18—Sheriff to Metropolitan Life, N»4 of NEW and N% of S% of NE% of Sec. 4, Twp. 94 N., R. 30 W. Of 6th P. M. $12,957.88. Nov. 18—Sheriff to Metropolitan Life, EM> of Sec. 12, lying S. and E. of Ry. and SE'4 of Sec. 1, south and east of Ry 1 . In Twp. 94 N., R. 27 W. of 5th P. M. At tlic V. «. Congregational Church B. J. Hoerner, pastor Church School at 10 o'clock. Morn- ALGONA'S New Service Station Opens Sat. Dec. 2 We will open a service station formerly occupied by the Eoyal "400" on Saturday, Dec. 2. It will be under the management of Dean Andrews. This company has operated for over three years in this community and in that time has made a profit of $32,649.71 which has been paid back to patrons in dividends. Shares in this company may be acquired either by patronage or buying them outright at $10.00 each; they are non-assessable and draw eight per cent interest. The oil code prohibits all oil companies from using a "special" for opening day, so all they can offer is their dividend. You are cordially invited to come in and have the proposition explained to you. The company's slogan is "Trade with yourself and get a dividend every six months." K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co. ing worship at 11 o'clock, sermon topic, "Producing Wild Grapes." Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock. Presbyterian Church Rev. C. Paul Carlson, minister Sunday School at 10 a. m., Frank Gelgel, supt. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Young People's Christian En- ^eavor at 6:30 p. m. Evening services at 7:30 p. m. The officers and teachers of the Sunday School are requested to meet at the church Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Plans for Christmas and other items will come up for discussion. A lull representation is requested. FOR SALE—Hampshire boar, 300 ounds—Walter Grubb, Algona, on No. 8, old Hagg farm. 47 Algonians Leave for California Mrs. Fred Wehler and Marie and Raymond drove to Omaha Sunday to spend the day with Raymond's daughter, Peggy Jane, prior to Mrs. Wehler's departure for Oakland, California, where she will spend the next two or three months with her daughter, Mrs. I FOR SALE—Year old pure bred Po- Algona Hunter* in Lost Squadron Act A bad penny always turns up, 80 the saying goes. «.,,*,. Mart Weaver, Harry Hull, Jim Pool, Everett Handier, Ralph Men* eel, Floyd Saunders, Glen Buchanan, fid Rlst sad "Dutch" Lorenz were hunting northwest of Armstrong, Saturday afternoon, In the dried up, weed overgrown bottom of an old lake. Then came the storm, and Harry Hull got lost much to the dismay of Mart Weaver, who looked for an hour in vain in a sea of snowy flakes. He finally wrote a note and weighted it down to a tree limb, telling Harry where the rest of the crowd had gone. Mart returned to the car, recalling stories of men lost in blizzards. In fact he thought of that yarn about the lost squadron. "Where you been," asked Harry, uncoiling from a blanket as Mart opened the car door, "I'm getting cold waiting for you" If there were anymore to this story no doubt It would be censored. Hospital News Konnth Hospital News Mrs. Sarah Hedrick of Sexton enter ed the hospital Sunday because of fractured hip suffered when she fel Mrs. Peter Ubben of Titonka entered Saturday for minor surgery. Louie Redner of Swea City submlttei to an appendectomy operation Wednes day afternoon. Christine Knutsen, teacher at Lone Rock, underwent an operation for the emoval of her appendix Friday. Mrs. Regina Kreucher of Bode had her tonsils removed Friday. Stella Mae Mayer had her tonsils removed Saturday. General Hospital News Robert Wood of i Titonka underwent a tonsilectomy operation Saturday. Admiral Bird goes to the Anti-Arc- Ic—Arctic weather comes to us. You'll et summer comfort In your car with Gamble's Hot Water Heaters, $5.95 to 7.65. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Duroc boars. Immuned. H. S. Fain, Emmetsburg, la. 48-51* We have Olyco O. P. A. Glycerine, erviced for $1.10 a gal. Guaranteed or 40 degrees below zero.—A. V. Larson, Mgr. Barnsdall service Station, Phone 23. 47' A. B. (Gertrude) Parwell. Mrs. Wehler will leave Thursday evening in company with Mrs. sallie Kranz who has spent several months with her daughter, Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. They will travel together as far as Utah. From there Mrs. Kranz will go to Pasadena to visit her son. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles will take Mrs. Wehler and Mrs. Kranz to Ames where they wlJJ take the train west, First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostrand, pastor Choir rehearsal on Friday evening at 7:30 in the parsonage. The junior mission band will meet In Luther hall on Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Maxlne Brundage and Lynette Mahan will be the hostesses. Lei's have all the members present. Sunday school and Bible class next Sunday at 10 a. m. Vesper service next Sunday at 7:30. Let us have large attendances at our evening services. The choir will sing at this service. Science Triumphs over Nature The choicest crudes from three 100 per cent paraflne fields—Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Mid-Continent, all with different sized molecule? are united and reduced tc one uniform size. THAT'S WHY WE CALL NOURSE GUARANTEED MOTOR OIL, "THE BALL BEARING BASE." 4 Reasons Why You Should Use Nourse Guaranteed l.Because it prevents metal to metal contact. 2. Because it has three times the strength of ordinary oil. 3. Bcause it lasts longer and reduces upkeep. 4. Because it withstands dilution. INTRODUCTORY OFFER—Until Dec. 10th we will sell this winter treated oil at the special price :>f 20 cents per quart. NELSON HARDWARE i Green Lantern Night Club I [ Dine and Dance Thanksgiving Night. Good music. Frank Vera, Prop. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, pastor On Thanksgiving Day English services at 10:30 a. m. The Lord's Supper will be celebrated in English next Sunday. The following services will be held Sunday: Sunday School and Bible class at 9:30 a. m. Confessional service at 10 a. m. Regular English service at 10:30 a. m. '*i- nouncements for the English comh.un- ion will be received at the parsonage Saturday. Confirmation instructions Saturday forenoon at 10 o'clock. The children will practice for Christmas Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Say Mom—They've got Just the things I want for Christmas at Gambles. Cars and trucks and trains with lights- Cowboy Suits 'n Holster Sets—Electric Stoves 'n real furniture for little folks. From the Editor of The American Boy In wild Mongolia, Roy chapman Andrews, famous scientist-explorer, digs up the bones of monsters dead millions of years. In the Zululand of Allica, carl von Hoffman, Russian adventurer, sets a trap for a lion. The gripping experiences of famous men will be part of the reading diet In store for boys in 1924, according to word just received from the editor of The American Boy-Youth's Companion. The Issues of 1934 will be crowded with adventure, with Connie Morgan In the Arctic, with Douglas Renfrew of the Royal Canadian Mounted, with Jim Tierney, the retired detective who can't stay retired, the American Boy subscriber will enjoy the new experiences of his favorite fiction characters. Stories that help prepare a boy for college and for business, helpful articles on hobbies and sports, and Interviews with famous men will help round out a record-breaking year for the magazine's readers. The American Boy-Youth's Companion costs just $2.00 a year. Until January l, 1934, you may obtain a three- year subscription for (3.00, a saving of $3.00 over the one-year rate for three years. If you wish to take advantage of the saving, be sure to get your three-year subscription In before January 1. Send your order direct to The American Boy-Youth's companion, 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit, Mich. Ad. Algona Upper Des Moines, Dear Editors: At a meeting of the Congregational church recently it Was unanimously voted to send you * line of appreciation for the part you took -and the assistance ~you gave us during our Diamond Jubilee Celebration. I have the honor and the ex- ireme pleasure of extending to you our many thanks. Sincerely, tov. 18, 1933 Hazel D. Lusby land china boar, phone Howard Witham, Algona 10-P2 47-48 FOR SALE—Dressed ducks. 75c. Phone Howard Wltham 10P2. 47-48 Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscns Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tJ For Eent FOR RENT—3-room Vera Apartments. apartment.— 48* FOR RENT—3 room apartment. Possession Dec. 1.—Vera Apartments. 47 FOR RENT—3 room apartment. Possession Pec. 1.—Vera Apartments. 46* Lost-Found LOST—19x5.00 Goodyear tire on rim fouth of Plum Creek station Sunday evening.—Wayne Keith, Burt, Iowa. 47 LOST—Bay horse coming 3 years old. —Louis Fuhrman, Bode, Iowa. 47* Morrison Beauty Shop Oil Shampoo 75c and $1.00 Plain Shampoo — 50c and 75c Finger Waves 60c Permanent Waves $5.00 and $7.50 Phoe 279, Algona, Iowa. BIGGEST BARGAIN EVENT 2 for the price of 1 plus 1 cent Here's how It's done HA VC •*** • ' 10,000 Rcxall Drug Stores throughout the United States take part in this tremendous sale! Becsuse of the font; of merchandise sold and because in the Reioll Plan there is no middleman's profit, we are able to offer these huge bargains! Due to seasonal demand a few of the items listed may have bsen sold at prices lower than the regular price listed here . . . but never as low as on this sale! There is no limit to the amount of merchandise you may buy Just add one cent to the regular price and get one more similar package. HERE ARE SAMPLES OF THE MORE THAN 250 ONE CENT SALE BARGAINSI Ml 31 Solution "Mouth totted" Antiseptic 50c Puretest MINERAL OIL KLENZO Dental Creme 2 for 30C Flrstald Sanitary Napkins 2f«26c K. D. JAMES Eve Preaneli to Open Kodak Studio Mitt £*e L. PrameU last week ft»- nounced the opening of ft ^od&k Finishing studio in her home on south Dodge street. Mteft Fresflell wtt fas fflerly with the Peterson Studio for about twenty years. Her opening ad appears elsewhere in this paper. She is an expert In kodak work, Stores Close Thursday Thanksgiving, Thursday, will be observed throughout Algona as a full holiday. Schools, business houses and the post office will be closed throughout the day, with one exception. The post- office window will be open from 9:30 until 10 a, m. Thursday morning. There will be no city or rural mail deliveries on Thursday, although all incoming and outgoing mail will be handled as usual, Let the XT. D. Mr.-H. estimate on your next job of printing. TRADE IN your old radio toward a 1934 PHILCO — the radio that out-, performs and outsells all others $22- 50 to $600 EASIEST TERMS Bjustrom's Phone 520. DEEP CUT PRICES on Commonwealth TIRES ..$3.19 ..$3.57 .$3.57 .$3.95 .$4.47 29x4.40-21. 30x4.50-21 29x4.50*20 28x4.75-19 TUBES 30x3i _________ 79c 4.50x21 __ ______ 87c Winter Motor Oil S. A. B. 20 _ Alcohol, 188% proof, only ^._ CA P t ^* t> Coast to Coast Stores Joe Bloom, Mgr. Algona, Iowa. WWVWVWWIAM/WUWVWU 1 Fed Typhoid Germs to The Girt. He Loved. Disclosing the Diabolical Plan of a Love-Crazed Tooth-. Who Attempted an Unusual Marder. This is Just One of the interesting Stories Appearing in The American Weekly, AM' HE'S DE MAN OAT ORDERS HIS F.S.NORTONCSON COAL WHILE HE- KIN GIT ALL KINDS AT REASONABLE PRICES A MAN WHO TAKES FULL ADVANTAGE OB HIS OPPORTUNITIES ALWAYS HAS SOMETHING TO 6E THANKFUL FOR./ AT THIS Thanksgiving Season we are thankful to our friends and customers for their patronage. We have our bins filled with Coal for every sort of heating plant. F. S. Norton & Son Prompt and Careful Delivery Phone 229 Auction Sales! Are You Going to Have One ? If so see us About Your Bills and Advertising. The Algona Upper Des Moines Bills •Prompt Service Reasonable Prices

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