The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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es and (tents' Wrist Watches $10.00 and up Ladles' Wrist Watches $12.00 and up Also cheap watches $2.95-up Pocket "Watches, $1.15 and up Pocket Watches Ladies' and gents standard makes beautiful sets and $12.00 and up LUSBY'S good values. JThe Algona Upper Des Moines. Algona, Iowa, Dec, 14,1933 Mrs, W. H, Leigh Die* Following Operation H ' . died suddenly Tuesday evening following an operation for perforated apepndlx whfch wft» performed last - Jfl Mftftkato, Minn. Mrs. Leigh, who is ft daughter of Mrs. Charles Magnusson °! A 1 * 0 "*- h «<* apparently been recovering although she had been seriously 111 at flrst following the operation. On Tuesday evening Mrs. Leigh complained of a choking sensation. The nurse turned to open the window to give her more air and upon going back to the bed found that Mrs. Leigh had passed away. Jennie Magnusson was born March 29, 1889, In Algona. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Magnusson. She attended the Algona schools and was graduated from the high school in 1908. following which she taught for five years in the Kossuth schools. °» March 12, 1913, she was married a William H. Leigh and they moved o a farm near Irvlngton, where they •esfded until 1920 when they bought a arm near Amboy and moved there Mrs. Leigh took an active part In the affairs of her community. She was a nember of the Study club and the Farmers club of Amboy. For ten years or nore she had been clerk of the school ward. Mrs. Leigh was a woman of iappy, friendly disposition and beside mr sorrowing family leaves to mourn a lost of friends. As a young girl she olned the Algona Presbyterian church where she retained her membership. She Is survived by her husband, a on, Robert Eugene, her mother and our sisters. Funeral services will be held Friday fternoon, December 15 at 2:30 p. m. rom the Presbyterian church. Rev. V English will be in charge of the ervtces, assisted bv Rev. C. P. Carlon. Interment will be made In Rlv- rview cemetery, Algona. Do It Now- It is good judgment to sell while selling is good and buy while buying is good. Do Your 1Q_ ***• String Beans 2 No. 2 cans _ Baby Stuart Hominy, 2 No. 2 cans __ Refugee Str. BeanslQ- 2 No. 2 cans 1 « 7C Baby Stuart Bed Kidney Beans 1Q- 2 No. 2 cans **'** Strongheart Corn, fancy golden bantam or whte, 2 no. 2 can Baby Stuart Corn 2 No. 2 cans Richelieu Kraut OC- 2 No. 2 cans _> JC Richelieu Beet Ciifees, 2 No. 2 Richelieu Carrot Cubes, 2 No. 2 cans Peanuts, Brazils, Pecans, Walnuts or Mixed nuts from lOc to 33c Ib. 9C- ^ JC Prices Are Right on larger sizes of all canned goods and we also have the smaller 1A_ cans at 1UC Salmon „ JQ to ^ Cod Fish and Fish Flakes at 15c-20c-25c Japanese Crabmeat, Mackerel, Tuna, Lobster, Clams, Minced Clam or Chowder, Sardines. The assortment of domestic and some imported cheese is good. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, THE BEST we can buy. Christmas Trees, lots of them 25-35-50-75c ling Early This year Christmas.falls upon Mon- dday. All work except dispatching the malls, is suspended at the post office on Christmas by order of the department. Incoming malls will not be worked and no deliveries made. To Insure delivery of Christmas mall, mailing should be made early In the week as no mall will be delivered later than Saturday. To accommodate patrons, the post- office will remain open Saturday, Dec. 23. until 6 p. m. for window delivery. Valuable third and fourth class mall should be Insured. The fees are as follows: value not exceding $5. 5 cents; not exceeding $25,10 cents; not exceeding $50, 15 cents; not exceeding $100, 25 cents; not exceeding $150, 30 cents- not excedlng $200, 35 cents. Money, Jewelry and other valuable articles should be mailed flrst class. Perishable matter should be mark•d "Perishable", properly packed and addressed and sent special delivery. Be sure your parcels are properly wrap>ed and addr»ssed. Christmas and NPW Year cards in unsealed envelopes without wrltinst, 1% cents. Plain cards 1 cent.^-Sld J. Backus, Postmaster. Benefit Bridge partiee- Members of the Royal Neighbors entertained at a, benefit bridge party on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Bert Muckey. The assistant hostess WM Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Bridge was played at four tables. Mrs. Pern Hardgrove received flrst prtoe, Mrs. Fred Powell, low prize and Mrs. Oeo. Kanouff received the lucky chair prize. Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. John Drees- m , an ' Mrs- Ralph Brown, Mrs. Ann ^Htritsch, Mrs. Walter Dale and Mrs Andrew Oodfredson entertained at a Royal Neighbor benefit bridge party There were nine tables. Mrs. Ida Yaeger received first prize and Mrs. Ella Mitchell was awarded low prize and also travel prize. Academy Football Squad Honored- Members of the Academy football squad were honored at a party Tuesday evening at the academy at which the high school students and the two classes of alumni were present. Omer Kelly was chosen captain of the football team for the year 1933 and letters were given to the following players, Darwin Baker, Clare Selpman, Wesley Eehlmer, John Delm, Raymond Jennett, Stanley Patterson. Talks were given by Father T. J. Davern, Arthur Nordstrum, coach, and Omer Kelly, 1933 captain. A program followed which Included several tap dancing numbers and vocal selections by a group of the girls of the high school, and a playlet. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Lunch was served later. C. D. of A. Officers Elected— Members of the C. D. of A. met last Wednesday evening at the academy and officers for the coming year were elected as follows: grand regent, Jenn Cooney; vice regent, Mrs. E,~J. McEvoy; prophetess, Mrs. Josephine Stanton; historian, Mrs. W. T. Daughan; secretary, Mrs. W. A. Barry; treasurer, Miss Mary Streit; monitor, Mrs. John Kohlhaas; organist, Mlsa Elizabeth Holtzbauer; sentinel, Miss Minnie Shlck and lecturer, Mrs. Mary Lalner. One o'clock Luncheon— Mrs. P. V. Janse entertained in,em- Use our Free Delivery Service. AKRE'S Oars Burns Tuesday A car belonging to Frank Bauer, well known wrestler living at Swea City, was destroyed when it caught flre on highway 9, east of Swea City, Tuesday af- ernoon. John—They sure respect your pocket look at Gamble Stores. Most of their Christmas prices are lower, even than .last year and the biggest assortment ever. Electric Lighted Trains, 3 cars, tender and engine, 10 sections of track, P8c. 10% "Rubber Doll, 69c. 32" Sleds, 88c. 60 Phones 290-291 .413 South Dodge OUR WANT ADS' BRING QUICK RESULTS JWB SANTA SAYS- for , Christmas Here's Christmas cheer for everyone 1 All the good old-fashioned hard candles, chocolates and bon-bons—candies that are absolutely pure and wholesome because they're made from the best ingredients. Come In today and make your selections. Special price to teachers, churches and organizations. WHY-put up with that drafty floor or that hard to heat room this winter. A cure or no cost. Plumbing and Heating Plumbing, Heating, sheet Metal _ 119 S. Dortsre st. Holtzbauer Tin Shop Phone 83. ••••••••••••••••••I Specials Jonathan Apples, per peck Catsup, large bottle Mixed Nuts, per pound Xnias Trees at only __ Tangerines, per dozen Pop Corn, 51bs Veal Steak or chops, per Ib. Veal Stew, per Ib. Bologna, 2 pounds Hamburger Sausage Sp^re Ribs Sid$ Pork Jper Ib. Fresh Fish and Oysters Leave Your Orders Early for Xmas Poultry and Supplies Top Price for Eggs H. R. Sorensen £ Co. We Deliver. Phones 138-139. bets of the O. A. R. Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon. She was assisted by Mrs. Charles LaBarre and Miss Ella Thompson. Oh the program which followed, Mrs. Sylvia Ounn talked on Christmas Customs and How They Originated. Mrs. Theo. Herbst then sang several English and Swiss lullabies and following that, plans for charity work at Christmas time were discussed. First Meeting Held— The flrst meeting of the Pre-school Study club was held Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the high school. Mrs. O. B. Lalng gave the main talk and reported on a chapter of the book, Everyday Problems of the Everyday Child by Thorn. These meetings, which will prove of great Interst to everyone with children of pre-school age, will be held every fourth Monday night of each month at the high school. Mrs. Barry Hosles»— Mrs. W. A. Barry entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon at a Christmas party. Mrs. Perd Erlckson was a guest of the club. Members brought gifts which were exchanged. Bridge was played during the afternoon and Mrs. DeZellar received first prize, Mrs. Perd Erlckson received) second prize and Mrs. W. D. Howie was presented with consolation price. Masons Elect Officers— The Royal Arch chapter of Masons held their annual election of officers at a meeting last Monday evening at the Temple. They are: high priest, W. H. Freeman; King, W. 8. Wendell; scribe, Hugh Herman; treasurer, Aug- ust Bremer; secretary, R. A. Palmet, D. D. Paxson was elected member of the Temple board for three years, f, SrhooU to Give Fie 8oot*l~* Roberta Skifflng and Eunice Bowman announce A combined program 1 and pie social to be given at the latter* school in Plum Creek, Dtetrfct No. S. next Wednesday evening, December 20. Lunch will be stirred. The school is four miles east and five miles north of Algona. Let Cummings 5c to $1 Store C. S. Johnson GROCERIES—MEATS—HARDWARE Dates, 2 Ibs 19c Crackers, 2 Ibs. 21c ]Bipe Olives 15c Holland Rusk 19c Peanut Brittle, 2 Ibs. 19c Mixed Candy 2 Ibs. 23c 4 pkgs. Jell Powder 1 large Xmas Book all for 25c Large Bottle Pure Vanilla and 1 doz. Xmas Cards all for 49c Peanuts, 2 quarts __18c Mixed Nuts, 2 lbs.__35c Boiling Beef 7c Beef Roasts 10c-12o All Steaks 17c Fresh veal stew, 3 Ib 25c Veal Roasts 15c Home made hamburger 10c Jjg jar peanut butter 25o Home Brand Jam __19c No. 10 Big 3 Peaches 39c Heinz baked beans, 3 large cans 15o Kiddie Kars with pedals $1.39 Rubber tired wagon 1-25 Sleds 98c-$1.39 Doll Cabs ___$1.49-$1.98 16-in. dressed dolls 25c Skiis $1.19 TANK HEATERS $8.75 Free Free Bring in this ad. Some one will win a whistling teakettle to be given away FREE, sign your name below and leave at our store before 8:00 p. m. Saturday. Name . Address E, L. DeZellar drew the last whistling teakettle. vwvwvwvwywvvwvwwwwuwy^^ 1 Acquainted Our Algona service station is carrying a full line of high grade gasoline and oils—Elreco gas and Paraland motor oil. Let us explain our cus- tomer-oworship. Why not get a dividend in return for buying your gas and oil at our station. The customers own the company and share the profit. K. & H. Coop. Oil Co. Across from Algona Hotel. 50-61-1 Holiday Sale of Suede Footwear Smart Styles that Walk Away with all the Honors Incl. Values to $5 now 2.95 The season's most flattering new styles in line footwear are now on sale at reduced prices and you're always sure of comfort and perfect flt when you buy our shoes. Prices are very low for such superb quality models. Most all sizes. Black or brown. Suede and combination. Hundreds of stunning new ties, pumps and straps! In Winter's favorite new styles. Values to $7.50 now TheNewFord V-8 for 1934 The Most Economical Car Ford Ever Built" Improved Body Ventilation— .5±± *^£^*PS1*!P- »!? ofl ? <***. vision, P«vento body drafts and and at a Improved Performance ^ Improved Riding Comfort- increased flexibility of car springs. Spring leaves newly designed for quieter and carter «nHn« I »J >ro . ved fock absorbers. Deeper seat cushions. New, softer seat cushion springs, new type bucket seat in front compartment of Tudor Sedan Improved Steering— New steering gear ratio of 15 to 1 makes steering easier and gives safe control of car over entire range. Improved Body Finish— New enamel finish fo Wheels and fenders Improved Interior Finish New enamel finish for bodies and fenders—unusual wearing qualities and enduring lustre Wheels and fenders bonflciized to prevent spread of rust. New tufted upholstery. New garnish mouldings. New cove headlining upholstery strip. New Instrument panel. New arm rests. New hardware., New swivel tyiMs sun vlsora In de luxe bodies. ; Improved Gas and Oi! Economy— New dual carburetor and dual Intake manifold give more miles per gallon. Added refinements give greater oil economy. Improved Cold Weather Operation— New carburetion system improves fuel distribution, vaporization and starting for better cold weather performance. Water line thermostats cause engine to reach quickly and to maintain an efficient operating temperature. Improved Appearance New deeper Chromium-plated radiator shell and grille. New hood louvres. Newly designed hub caps. Choice of attractive new body colors. Fenders in colors to match on all de luxe earn. Used Cars 1932 V-8 sedan l928Oldsmobile 1930 Ford tudor 1929 Ford sport coupe NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE Kent Motor Co. VWVVVVft^^

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