The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 6
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' - \ Ceorga Sfcfdt Low* Right Ey* In Miihap of George «rtft mn «*rr to Item that he had . ^ la Itart ItK Strett w» husking of «uik ftfld at the time he had ft irtye on . He h« doctored It since but nothing could be done but to remove the eye. fie was able to come home Saturday. Hla friends hope he win soon be able to be out RADIO SALE—Mantels, Consoles, all price*. Your ehoce ef cabinet, and make*—as low as »1Z.65. Oamble stores / BM Algoim Vp&t Pea Molaea, Alpm, Iowa, BM. 14,1933 to the Whole Family /^G-DC Superhetrodyne COLONIAL RADIO New Clothing Firm Will Locate Here Announcement was- made here this week that the Luethold Clouting Co., has secured the lease and bought the fixtures and equipment of the Boston Store men's outfitters, and will take possession of the property as soon as possible after the first of the year. The Luethold concern, with head* quarters In St. Paul, Minn., operates clothing stores for men in Humboldt, Eagle Drove and Waterly, as well as several doten other points to southern Minnesota and northern towa. The building will be remodeled and redecorated by the new organization, it was also stated. No definite announcement as to who will manage the store has been made. D. A. Sagan has been in charge of The Boston Store. The Glutted Home Farm Market Hog production in the United States las increased at about the same rate as ur population, but the quantity of hog products available for home consumption has increased materially because of a severe decline of hog products available for home consumption has Increased materially because of a severe decline in our exports since the World War. The American people recently have been eating around 14 per cent more pork and lard than they did in the pre-war period, and they are now eating a higher percent of the total production of hogs than 20 years ago. However, this excess of hog products in the home market has depressed hog Safe Driving Hint By fowa Motor Veil Ids Fatigue who boast of the long distances they drive between sun-up and sun-down may pay tribute to their cars but they also advertise their own bad judgment. "Asleep at the wheel is a much more common cause of accidents than most motorists realize. Far-seeing commercial concerns employing drivers for their trucks and buses have arbitrarily set limits to the distances their operators may drive. Should you do less? When you feel "dead tired" or drowsy, don't drive. If you are fapged out physically, call it a day; if you are just sleepy, stop the car and run up and down the road a few times. Wash your face with cold water, drink a cup of coffee, do something —anything—to snap out of your lethargy and don't tempt fate. '•95 Other Models $22.50 up. Shirley Radio Service Phone 44. prices. The recent increased consumption Is a reflection of the comparatively low prices at which the pork had to move rather than of any substantial pickup In consumer requirements or , preference for hog products. ' A more moderate hog production would eliminate the excess on the home market rand would, result in a higher price per ! hundredweight and a larger total re[turn from the whole hog crop. This the corn-hog plan of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration seeks to — . bring about by adjusting production to "ODUlar Algona Man present-day needs. ' Christinas Suggestions SKIIS, 4 to 7 ft 85c to $250 COASTER SLEDS __- 8 9c to $2.75 COASTER WAGONS, 1" tires, large size, heavy roller bearings - $3 gn ICE SKATES, all sizes _I_I $125 ROLLER SKATES, baU bearing, per pair"__$l.'oO For the Young Mechanic TOOL CHESTS $2.50 TOOL CHESTS $3.60 TS $5.50 New Auto Models Are Being Announced With better business conditions noted, and with every prospect of an increase in agricultural commodities in the near future, both the Ford and Chevrolet motor companies are 'announcing their new 1934 models in the near future. The Ford line for 1934 has already been announced and the """ '~* ' ' expected Chevrolet announcement Is within a day or two. Several of the features of the new Ford models Include a slightly different arid improved type of carburetlon, and a change in the window construction which .allows ventilation without draft and prevents frosting of the windows. Church of Nazarene A. W. and Hazel Irwin, pastors Next Sunday, being the last Sunday before the Christmas program everyone should be present in the Sunday School at 9:45. others who are not regular attendants of another Sunday School are invited and always welcome. The morning sermon at 11 o'clock will so a Qhrlstmas sermon. Subject: "The Christmas Spirit." Evening service at 7:30. subject, "Our Debt of Gratitude." Grayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Algona Lawyers at District Bar Meeting Algona was well represented at fen* metsburg, Saturday night, when .a meeting of the bar association of the Fourteenth judicial district was held, with about 126 in attendance. Judge W. B. Quarton of Algona was one of the speakers. His subject was "Fingerprints and Footprints." Other local lawyers in attendance were J. L. Bonar, Jerry Btllimaft, H. S. White, E. J. Van Ness, Theo. Hutchison, Paul Danson, L. A. Wlnkel, H. W. Miller, Robert Harrington, Joe Lowe and Carrol Waftder. Several of the men were accompanied by their wives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton visited relatives in Fort Dodge Friday. George Klbert went to Detroit Sunday evening to drive home a new Dodge truck. Mrs. Cora Virgin drove to Osage on lundey where she visited several of her friends. Miss Ruth Matlin left Sunday ev- nlng for her home In Urbana, 111., af- er spending six months with her grandmother, Mrs. Anton Jergensen. Joe Bloom was .called to Mason City 'uesday morning by the illness of his father, Sam Bloom. The elder Mr. BWom was reported a* iffiprottof on Wednesday. Mr*. Nellie Van Allen has been ill tot the past ten days add Ha* been triable to alteM her dutiel at <"*"—• sen Br». store, where she 6 x in the wadf-td-wear departft* Mr. a«d Mrs. Prattk Howard, South Dakota, John ftegfer tad his rer, JJICK, and theMissesMary andfiVafttDttu aid of Winifred, south Dakota, visited recently at the Joseph Biese* home. Mr. and Mrs. fi. J. Hodges left oft Sunday for Arizona where they will spend the next three month*. The trip was being made for the benefit of Mrs. Hodges' health as uhe has been having trouble with bronchitis during the winters of the past few years. . Mrs. Mayme Petersen, postmistress at Tltonka, was aa Algona visitor last Friday. Mrs. Peterson had practically a solid endorsement from the patrons of the Tltonka postoffice for reappolnt- ment to the office. There are a number of candidates and it is expected that the appointment will be ma htedls : the appointment will be made thla month. Who said higher prices;? Here's another reduction—Methanol Alcohol An~ ti-Freeze, 44c.—Gamble Stores. 50 What a lot of useful gifts at Gamble's, that any one can afford. For the family, Radio, $1456—Car Heaters, $5.96—Electric Irons, $1.00—Toasters, 880—Washing Machines, $49.50— Dolls, 16c up—Steel Trucks, 25c up— 5 Ib. box Chocolates, $1.19, 2 IDS., 69c. .FOOTBALLS ___ $1.00 to $5 00 BOY SCOUT KNIVES ..__"_I"I- 75c to $100 HUNTING KNIVES " $135 BOY SCOUT AXES with sheaves I~~~$l.'50 HOCKEY STICKS 25c and50c TREE LIGHTING SETS, 8 light __ 39c VELOCIPEDES, 1" tires, heavy tubular frame 16 inch, $4.75; 20 inch $5 75 ELECTRIC HEATERS, genuine American" ideal for bath rooms _ $219 FISH LINE REELS -"$irdb7$L75,$3;50 1 burner Electric Hot Plates __'_'__$1.00 2 burner Electric Hot Plates __ $2'35 ALADDIN LAMPS _ $4 75 WAFFLE IRONS $375 CHROME ELECTRIC TOASTERS _ _ $2.25 ELECTRIC HEATING PADS $2.75 CAKE COVERS and carrier rack, alum, tray 1.15 KoUhaas & Spilles , <wwvwwww& Burt Boy Breaks Leg Hurt: Wallace Sawcott, the ten year Did son of Mr. and Mrs. G. p. Hawcott, had the misfortune to break his lee Tuesday of last week. He was play- Ing at school and when the school bell rang, he started to run and fell, breaking his leg. Maytags at Bjustroms BJustrom's store was the recipient of a large shipment of Maytag washers the first of the week. The store now has a very complete stock of the different models of the washer, many of which are sold for Christmas delivery. O. J, Stephenson, former county clerk of Kossuth county, went to Iowa City last Wednesday to find out if he could not be given some relief from pernicious anemia, with which, he has been bothered for some time. "Steve", who has been in the general merchandise business at Fenton for the past few years, sold out there some months ago and has been living in Algona since, i He is one of the most popular men in WWVWWWWWWWWWV the county and his many mends will hope that he finds relief from his trouble. .— . -_ e —„, .,.«.. .IT to have your photgraphs taken for Christmas. A dozen photographs SlCK With Artf»mia •' mean a dozen gift8 - Bu y as few or as many as you wish. You've t^ivn. »T mi .niiciiuo, ,j been planning to do this ... SO DON'T LETT THE OPPORTUNITY 1 ' SLIP BY. PHONE US FOR APPOINTMENT OR COME IN TODAY. ALGONA ART STUDIO L. I. WAY, Photographer. Phone 181 V«;;<-w-r -. •. ,•...i. o. o, f. &m Wednesday, Dec, 20 Harmony Three prizes to hoTders"'" of lucky numbers. LuVerne Girl Weds Catherine Selzer suffered torn ligaments in her leg Friday night while playing basketball on the academy team against Lu Verne. ICECREAM bRICKf MOLDS! BULK! For the Holidays Your holiday menus will have a special appeal If you serve Our Ice Cream for dessert. Bricks, varied flavors ___ Fancy Moulds per dozen 50c 1.50 Algona Ice Cream & Candy Co. Andy Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Andrew Hanson of Racine, WJs., and Miss Vora Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Bamus of LuVerne were married at the parsonage of the Trinity Lutheran church last Thursday afternoon. The Rev. P. J. Braner performed the ceremony. Fred Hintz and Leona Ramus were the attendants. The young couple will reside at LuVeme. Presbyterian Church BOF. O. Paul Carlson, minister Sunday Schoolat 10 a. m., Prank Qelgel, superintendent. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7-30 p. m. The young people of the church are invited to be the guests of the pastor and his wife at a five o'clock supper Sunday afternoon at the church. | There will be a Christmas candle light service Sunday evening at 7:3ft o'clock conducted by the Christian Endeavor society. Everyone is urged to be present ^for this will be the first of the Christmas services in the church. There «#11 be a public supper at the Legion .hall next Saturday evening. SapperVwilJ be served from five o'clock until seven. Everyone is invited. Whoops Mother! They've cut their toy prices at Gambles. Now you can get Junior that toy he wanted so badly. Clean up Sale starts today. Nine days before Xmas. 50 Home Butchering See Andy Holtzbauer Advertising Pays Here's a true story of how two local grocers found it out The C. S. Johnson hardware and grocery store received 65 coupons thru the mail after runing an ad exclusively in this newspaper which contained the coupon. This week he is trying another coupon, with a gift offered to the lucky coupon holder. The Cut Hate Grocery ran a list of items iu the papers and asked customers to check items desired and bring them in. They received several piles. This week they're offering a gift to the person guessing how many checked lists came in last week and this week. 01 " 1 u by makin S a definite ^eck of their ads 6 iS N ° Substitute for Newspaper Ad The Algona Upper Des Moines Circulation 2637 and Growing. STERLING 925/1000 Fine CTT/7APPY the bride <J L whose happy selection of silver claims the William and Mary pattern as her own. As executed in Treasure SolidSilvcr.it reproduces in every graceful detail the leading characteristics of that charming Early English Style—The William and Mary (1688-1702). lu authentic source assures its correctness and permanent good taste. A.H.Borchardt 1 M»4 Jewelry To Our Customers It is the desire of the Directors and Officers to so operate this bank and so invest its funds that the deposits of its customers will be absolutely safe and immediately available 1 at any time upon request. In keeping with this plan it has been decided to discontinue, for a time at least, issuing interest bearing time certifcates of deposit from and after this date, December 12, 1933. Outstanding Certificates of Deposit will be paid as they mature together with interest to date of maturity. No renewals will be written for outstanding certificates. After January 1,1934, and until further notice, no interest will be paid on Savings Account balances in excess of $200. In order primarily to furnish children with a place to deposit small savings and to encourage the habit of thrift, interest at the rate of 2V2% per annum will be paid on Savings balances of $200 or less. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa SAPE AND LIQUID wwwuuww • For Christmas Philco Radios A treat (or the whole family $22.50 to $600 The new Philco Battery Set has revolutionized all battery radios. It is common to operate four months on one "A" battery without changing, and up to one year on "B" batteries with this new battery operated Philco, and it sells for V a the last year's price. Wonderful reception—get in on this low price. BJUSTROM'S GREATER VALUES. Cut Rate Grocery Thursday, Friday and Saturday Specials LOOK WHAT 13c WILL BUT 1 large box Oatmeal 1 Ib. Cream Cheese 2-10c sacks Salt 2 pkgs. Corn Starch 5 Ib. bar Corn Meal :. 8 oz. bottle Im. Vanilla 2 bottfes Vtaegw 2-10c cans Spices 3 cans Cleanser l-15c can K. C. Baking Powder 3-5c Candy Bars i 4 bars Blue Barrel Soap ! 1 can Salmon ; 1 pk*. Robb-Kan Wheat Cereal i 1 quart Mustard i 2 cans Bean Soup ! l-'/i Ib. bar Hershey Chocolate | 1 Ib. box Cocoa ; 1 pkgr. Smax Cereal 2 cans Corn 2 pkgs. Egg Noodles 3 giant bars P. & O. Soap 2 tall cans Milk 3 boxes Matches 3 pkgs. Washing: Powder 2 pkgs. A. & H. Soda 3 bars Hardwater Soap 1 Ib. Tea Sittings 1 large Box Soap Chips 2 cans Tomatoes 1 jar Dried Beef 3 Ibs. Navy Beans 1 can Wigwam Syrup 2 cakes Lifebuoy Soap 3 Seedless Grape Fruit 4 Ibs. Fancy Onions 1-1 Ib. Jar Preserves 1 Ib. Christmas Candy 3 Ibs. Rice 2 bottles Bed Cherries 2 pkgs. Spaghetti 1 Ib. English Walnuts 1 No. 2 Lamp Chimney 3 pkgs. Jell Powder 2 Ibs. Best Pop Corn Bring in this ad with the Items checked that yon want. It will save us time and save yon money. How Many copies of our ad did we receive last week and how many will we receive this week. A Christmas present of a 49 lb. sack of Floor to the person guessing the nearest correct . NAME ......... ,..,,, ......... ADDRESS ..... . ............... No. Received Lust Week ........ No. Received Tato Week ........ All D»y

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