Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 15, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 8

Ames, Iowa
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Friday, September 15, 1933
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'•ft BWTB1 Of Alttt* DAILY TUBUICE TIME«. AMT5S. IOWA. FRIDAY, SEFfBJKBMt 18, 193, Sam Risk's Collegiate Shoe Shop Is now open for business. Patrons and friends both old and new are welcome. Quality shoe repairing at the lowest of •prices. 2524 Lincoln Way Martin&Caswell Now Back in West Ames, Located at 2528 Lincoln Way We solicit all our old friends and customers from downtown as well as everyone in West Ames. Complete Men's Wear Mar tin &Cas well CLOTHIERS 2528 Lincolnway West Ames Prepares for I. S. C. Opening; Business Firms Listed Tribune-Times Compiles Directory of Retai Con'cerns for Readers With the arrival of students already taking place and classes at Iowa State college to start Sept. 20, all West Ames business establishments are completing preparations for a substantia volume of business during the fca-thcomin^ school year. Indications point to much stronger business activity this fall than was enjoyed last year. In anticipation of this* recovery several new establishments have taken quarters in the West Ames business district during the past few months,, many of them just opening or preparing to open next week. A large amount of remodeling, redecorating and other improvements have been completed, and,establishments are in new dress ready for the opening of the college. The Tribune-Times has compiled a complete registry of alJ retail and other commercial enterprises in West Ames, and presents the list herewith 'for the convenience of all West Ame residents, and of the students to come. ( Particular effort has been made to list every business place. Such businesses as may have been missed, of which there is no knowledge at this time, will be given publication later if information, concerning them is forwarded to the editorial department of the Tribune-Times. The following list has been classified, and firms listed in alphabetical order in each group: ART GOODS Art Shop: West lobby, New Ames theater. Miss Blanche Coo ley and Mrs,; John Moore, proprie, tors. Store .opened .September .5 carrying line of art metals anc art goods. ' • 'rv "-•'<' '' ' Studio Place: 2322 Lincoln, way Ella May Minert, proprietor. An^ tique shop, moved from Douglas avenue at Main street in July Carries extensive line of antiques both American and foreign, and o}her art goods. Mrs. Minert has conducted her shop in Ames for the past six years. BANKS College Savings Bank: 2546 Lincoln way. C. A. Knudson, president; C. F. CurtiES, vice president; T. E. LaVelle, cashier; L. J. Sifrit, assistant cashier. Capitalized at Qrand. Opening Red Arrow GROCERY AND MARKET NO. 3 West Ames—2508 Lincoln Way PHONE FREE DELIVERY Picnic Hams 8 to 7-lb average; shanldess sugar'cure; choice— 49c BEEF Tender Choice Beef Boil. . Round Steak Sirloin Steak Ground Beef . . Rolled Beef Roast Beef Short Rib . 5c 18c 18c lOc 8c VEAL Veal Steak , , , % 12C Veal Roast . , , 12M>C Prime . Pot Roast Tender, juicy ea PORK Pork Roast. Pork Steak Spare Ribs Pork Boil, Sliced Liver Sausage Lean Meaty Pork LAMB Lamb Chops Lamb Legs . SLAB BACON, Ib 14c Phone orders given our strictest attention. Yes, sir! SLICED BACON, 1-lh 17c BUTTER Boone CHEESE I. S. C. MATCHES 6 Ige pkgs 19c COFFEE Folgers 3ldb TAPIOCA Finest bulk IOC VINEGAR cider, gal. iqc CHERRIES, Royal Ann, Monarch, No. 2% tin ........... PEACHES, Belmont, 40% syrup, No. 2i/ 8 tins, 2 for m*~ ZjC TOILET TISSUE, 1000 sheet, 5 for COCONUT, fresh shredded, pkg SALMON Fancy Pink Tall tins TOMATOES Red, ripe 3 tins SUGAR Fine Granulated 10 Ibs FLOUR Jersey Cream 49 Ibs $1.49 NOTICE To show our appreciation •of your patronage of our aew convenient grocery store at West Ames, we ire giving to each customer a shopping bag with a lot of valuable articles. absolutely FREE! BREAD Mother's, loaf FRUIT JARS Mason PINTS, doz 65c QUARTS, doz 72c Certo . , . jjc Parawax, Ib gc $25,000, with total assets on June 30 of $447,237.07. Deposits on June CO totaled ?404,563.69. The bank was organized in 1916. BARBER SHOPS Beman's Barber and Pressing Shop: 2416 Knapp street. F. M. Beman, proprietor. A two-chair shop, recently moved from location next door. Agent for cleaning and pressing. College Barber Shop: 2414 Lin coin way. Jim Buck, proprietor. A two-chair shop. Mr. Buck has redecorated his shop during the past summer, preparatory to the opening of the college. De Luxe Barber Shop: 2801 West street. Burrell Burns, proprietor. A five-chair shop, opened about two weeks ago. Mr. Burns purchased the former shop at this place, closing his other shop on Sheldon avenue. Shop has been partially remodeled. Lincoln Barber Shop: 2502 Lincoln way. John Taylor, proprietor. A four-chair shop. Mr. Tay- lc% has been an Ames barber for 25 years, and is in his fifth year at this location. Service Barber Shop: 2530 Lincoln way. Charles Parkhouse; proprietor. A two-chair shop. Mr. Parkhouse is in his third year at this location. Welch Barber and Beauty Shop: 123 Welch avenue! M. F. Knutns. proprietor. A three-chair shop, reopened this week. Mr. Knuths- has been an Ames barber for IS rears, conducting his own shop at Hyland avenue and West street for 13 years. Beauty parlor is be- ng opened in rear of shop. West Gate Barber Shop: 211 Sheldon avenue. W. A. Steel owner. To be operated by "Swede" Sandine of Boone. Shop to open Monday. "Will have two chairs. Former shop in this location was closed Labor day. BEAUTY PARLORS Casey's Beauty Shop: 2516 Lincoln .way, second L floor. Mrs. Harold Williams, proprietor. Miss Casey Williams, operator. Shop has been open a year and a half, catering to all classes of beauty culture. Miss Williams, also does hair dyeing. Cranford Beauty Parlor: 2400 Lincoln way. F. A. Howard, proprietor. Shop has been operated for past 11 years at this location. Caters to all classes of beauty culture, with capacity for three operators. Marguarite Beauty Parlor: 2424 1-2 Lincoln way, second floor Miss Lillian Thornton, proprietor. Shop was opened iu November 1932. Miss Thornton does general beauty culture work, and specializes, in the. Nu-Mode Tint Waving, a method that tints as it waves. . BOOK STORES Student Supply store: 2424 Lincoln way. • One of the College Stores, Inc. F. C. Courtney, -manager. Store was founded 17 years ago by Reynolds and Iversen. Store has been partially rearranged this summer, and an enlarged magazine rack instiled. Store carries general line of text books, school and college supplies, everything for the student. CIGAR STORES Ames Cigar Store: 2500 Lincoln way. Earl R. Stephenson, Gilbert, owner. P. T. Friest. manager. Store moved to corner formerly occupied by Dudgeon jewelry store at Lincoln way and Welch avenue, from location near New Ames theater, last May. Mr. Friest sold his hardware store in July and took over management of the cigar store. The only postal sub-station in the fourth ward is located here. CLEANING AND PRESSING Acme Dress Club: 2430 Lincoln way, under Campus drug store. John B. Hansen, proprietor. Shop has been enlarged, having been opened a year ago. Mr. Hansen was with another Ames shop for 10 years. Does all kinds cleaning and §c PEACHIK No. in tins 43c APRICOTS Ko. 10 tins 45c CHERRIES Red Pitted No. 10 tins 57c POST TOASTIES ?orn Flakes 2 l«e pkgs I9c CORN Sx. Standard No. 2 tins L 20C Lettuce, solid, 2 for.. 15 C Celery, white 5 C Tomatoes, slicing, 4 Ibs lOc Green Beans, fresh, Ib 5c Potatoes, pk 19c and.. 29c Swt. Potatoes, 7 Ibs.. 25c Cauliflower, head .... 17c Cabbage, fresh, Ib ... 3c Prunes, Italian, box.. 93c Peaches, Colo., box..$1.43 Pears, Calil Mt., box.$3.09 Bananas, fancy, 3 Ibs. 25c Oranges, med Sunkist, 2 doz 33c Cranberries, i;ew, 2 Ibs 29c Jon, Apples No. 1; 4 Ib 25c Dutchoss Apples, 10 Ib 25c Tokay Grapes, Ib lOc THRIFTY SERVICE 1$ IBs $1.00 LAUNDRY DRYCLEANING repairing, and also deals r, in tailor made suite. Am«« Or«M Club: 2810 West street. A. L. jbJrouhard, proprietor. -Mr. Urouhaid has been in business at this location for 12 years, handling all classes of cleaning aud pressing. He also deals in Glasgow tailor made suits. The Ames office of the Hawkeye Laundry of Boone is located here. Wilson-Lindqulft: 2406 Lincoln way and 120 Hayward avenue. Clair E. Wilson and Henry Lind- proprietors. Dry cleaning plant on Hayward avenue is one of the- most complete and most modern in Iowa, catering to all classes of cleaning and dyeing. Has complete rug department and fur storage facilities. Specializes in same- day service. Company operates office and delivery station on Lincoln way. COAL DEALERS Edward* Coal company: 2312 Lincoln way. Dave Edwards, proprietor. Coal yard at this location has storage capacity of 2,000 tons, with machinery capable of handling 150 tons daily from freight cars to i. A large portion of the storage i are under cover. Company also conducts Ice storage plant for West Ames deliveries with 100 tons capacity. CONFECTIONERS Candy Kettle: 2412 Lincoln way. -toward Adams, proprietor. Special, zes in home made candles and salted nuts, catering particularly o parties. Mr. Adams conducts his own kitchen. The front part of the 'tore has been redecorated this summer. Knapp Street Sup-|y Store: 2419 inapp street. O. N. Renner, pro- irietor. Store carries confectionary 1 ine, sode fountain service and a general line of miscellaneous house- lold supplies. Mr. Renner has been n business at this location 14 'ears. Lincoln Candy Kitchen: 2504 ^incoln way. Tom Geataganas, pro- irietor. Mr. Geataganas claims the Distinction of being In business con- inuously in West Ames longer ban any other concern, his store >eing started there 17 years ago. Store caters particularly to foun- ain service and light lunches, with i seating capacity for 44 persons n booths. Some remodeling has een done this summer to enlarge he store, und a new cooling system nd counter is being installed for erving beer on tap. DRESSMAKING Miss Lettie M. Taylor: 2410 Lin- oln way. Dressmaking and alter- tions. Miss Taylor has been a ressmaker in Ames for 12 years, aking this location last May DRUG STORES Athletic .Drug Store: 2816 West .(Continued on Page Eight) Only by Photographs Can You Keep a Record of Your Yesterdays.. Our portraiture, Kodak finishing, and copies from old treasured photographs will enable you to keep such a record. PHONE 347 for appointment today WOLTZ STVDIO 109 Welch 20 PHONE EDWARDS COAL CO, PHONE 20 NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE REPAIRS ON YOUR Plumbing and Heating We Repair All Makes of Furnaces . . . Place Your Orders Now! GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES PALMER PLUMBING COMPANY Phone 1091 -— 108 Hayward Ave. WHAT IS IT? The most outstanding social event of the year! The most "looked forward to" date on the calendar TRUEBLOOD'S WE 00 OUR PART JUST FOR SATURDAY Fourteen years ago this week I opened my shoe store. Florsheims sold for $16.00 (today $8.00), army shoes $7.50 (today $3.50) and other grades at comparative prices—but business was good, has been good most of the time and will be better. I thank you for your past patronage and hope to serve your needs many more r ears - Truly, OSCAR We have hundreds of new . fall styles in Men's and Ladies' FLORSHEIMS ["he quality and styles ire more wonderful than aver before. For Saturday we are giving a pair of Hosiery or sox with each pair. $3.88 New fall styles in $3.88 MEN'S AND WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR Just to celebrate our 14th year in business we are offering our $5.00 values $3.88 one day at only $3.88 $3.88 Very SPECIAL! You guessed it! THE OPENING OF THE !". New Ames T H ROLLINS RUN-STOP HOSIERY Pair J prs $1.88 All new fall ' shades t^, indeed, your I friends will all be there! WED. Evening SEPT, FREE—SAT. Ball bat or airplane with each pair of boys or girls Tennis 8ho«s. You, too, should celebrate!

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