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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 4,1937 ARMSTRONG PAIR BRIDE AND GROOM _ t Dorothy Knudson Wed to Arthur Bolaud on October 20th Armstrong: Announcement of the ^IfJ » ag .t of Miss ^rothy Knudson and Arthur Boland is being made. Tne marriage took place Wednesday, Oct. 20th at the Catholic parsonage the Rev. Bernard Eischeid officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lund were attendants. Mrs. Lund Is a cousin of the bride. Mrs. Boland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Knudson, graduated from the local high school this spring. Mr. Boland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boland, graduated from the local high school In 1838. They will make their home here. Welcome A Son Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Monsen •of Ames are the parents of a baby boy born Monday, October 25. Mrs. Monsen is the former Ruth Looft, a former fourth grade teacher here several years ago. Blessed Event Mr. and Mrs. Rex McGuire of Mora, Minn., are the parents of a baby girl born Tuesday, Oct. 19. Mr. McGuire is a barber there and he Is also a former Armstrong boy. He Is a nephew of Frank Slelner of -thsl place. High School Party An all-high school party was held Friday evening, Oct. 29th at the high school gymnasium. Elaine Locker received a box of chocolates for the best costume and LeRoy LeVan and John Thomsen received the same prize as they were dressed In a donkey suit. Joe Brlnkman and Donald Fuller of Gary, Ind., are visiting their parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmlter of Rlngsted visited Sunday at the H. M. Irmlter home. Miss Ruth Houseman of Fairmont, spent the week end at the parental C. J. Houseman home. Jesse Burkhead, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Burkhead is president of the senior class at Carleton College in Northflteld, Minn. Robert Fitzgibbons, a freshman at Creighton University in Omaha, spent the week end at the parental D. A. Fitzgibbons home. Howard Ortmeyer a freshman student at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, spent the week "end at the home of his parents, Supt. and Mrs. W. A. Ortrileyer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Nettleton, Mrs, Raymond Nettleton, all of Armstrong visited Sunday afternoon at the Tankard Carlson home. Adean Nettleton of Slmms, 111., father of Mrs. Tankard Carlson, Mrs. Lawrence and Henry Dolfe and Raymond and Shirley Nettleton were also Sunday visitors at the Tankard Carlson home. He was accompanied here by Marion Clsne and Frank Whftlock of Cisne, III. Mr. and Mrs. Jake^ Zwiefel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss, Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson, the latter of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of the Ed Zwiefels, Ti tonka. 1610 rORESL YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV. 56 VEAL SPECIALS! For thin sale we bought a beautiful lot of plump, well fed veal. The route and steaks featured for thin week-end will please an to flavor, tenderness and price. VEAL ROASTS A nice veal shoulder roa*t at ISc per Ib. or a fancy arm under cut at ITc per pound. VEAL STEAK Select the cute you wish to pan fry, bread, Swiss or for veal birds. Veal Rib Chops at 17c per Ib. Shoulder Steaks at 18e per Ib. Veal Round, Sirloin, Porter House or Short Cute at 22c per pound. VEAL POT PIE -^.An attrMlt** utmttr piMv for Uw dtautw tabta. '•• Coder *fr •fop, flaky, (olden browncrusC you find cube* of veal, a bit of fat pork, and a nice assortment of diced vegetables la a delicious gravy. Veal for Pot Pie at 12c per pound. WEEK END "BUDGET BALANCERS" At Your Nearest Council Oak Store There are winter clothes and coal to buy and cooler weather brings more robust appetite*. To nteet the situation and kw|> within the budget you will nnd our Wednesday and weekend specials of great uHftlstiince. Watch Council Oak uds for food bargain*. WHOLE APRICOTS For this sale we have the apricot value of the season. Whole California Apricot* In a good syrup, canned without removing the pits. If you buy only one can you will be sorry later. The special price on the large No. 2 "4 can is only 15c. EVAP PEACHES Plump, meaty "Mulr" Peaches that are strictly "Choice" quality. A delightful breakfast stoics also enjoyed in pie and peach cobbler. A low price on real quality peachea for this note of 12c per pound. SWEDISH RYE Through the kindness of a large baker from Stockholm Sweden, we are abte to supply the genuine Swedish Rye Bread. This bread i» baked by the same formula as used in hi* Stockholm Bakery. Your should try* this delicious loaf. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR In every bog of Gold Medal "Kitchen Tested" Flour is packed Betty Crocker's recipe for "Devil* Fun" Coke. Buy a supply at our week-end price, 34'/a bag lor $1.04 and the 19-lb. bag for $1.98. ICED FRUIT CAKE This rich, wholesome ic«l fruit rooky is just about the finest cooky made to place in the school lunch. No economy in home mode cookies when these, delirious fruit cookies can be bought at the social price of 3 pounds for 27e. DILL PICKLES A full quart jar for 16c, CVips, brittle pickle* of uniform kize. Pickle* that are free from hollow spot* and have a real dill flavor. SUPERB OATS Keep a supply on hand for hot breakfast cereal; also for oafaneal cookies. A special price of 16c on the Urge carton, either regular or quick cooking. "RED BAG" COFFEE U is "Always Fr«*h". Boosted daily in our own puuit and ground as you like it. The favorite colfee in thousands of home*. Try it at our special price of 18c per Ib. or S Ibs. for 52c, TOILET TISSUE Escello Toilet Paper Is a real value at our every day price of Be per yolt Buy » supply at our week-end price of 2 big rolls for To. SUPER SUDS DEAL A MMoial offer *w tM* •* to - wlth a lurve P"**** ° f Blu * SU(*r SucfeYou get a Ige, cake plate free. The special combination aria* sj lie. BLOCK SALT ... per block 45c TWOCASTSWBi PLAY NET WEEK "Bunch of Pun" To Be Presented Ilthl2th of November Fenton: Come and get a good laugh and see "A Bunch of Fun" presented By the junior class of the Fenton high school, Nov. llth and 12th, beginning at 8 o'clock in the gymnasium. Reserved seat tickets may be obtained at the Fenton drug store after Monday, Nov. 8th. There will be a change of characters the second evening. The cast of characters includes: Rev. Stephen Grandon, D. D., rector of St. Pauls, George Peril; Mary, his wife, flustered on occasions, Sarah Burwash, and Esther Leudtke; Martha, his sister, a trifle warped. Faith Finnestad; Christina a Swede maid, stuck on the movies, Mary Jane Eigler and Laura Boettcher; Raymond Hunting, a live wire, Donald Bergeson; Vera Matheron, a baseball fan, Ruth Mae Kyhl; Nina Lee, a stage aspirant, Marjorie Voigt and Irene Laabs; Cecily Moorland, the mandolin girl, Geneva Glaus; Sylvia Stewart, the dancing girl, Mary Ann Bohn; Lynn Lockwood, the man who takes off his face, Robert Krause; Alice Hunting, the entertaining girl, Lucille Meyer; Murray Kent, a college playwright. John Schmidt and Everett Mueller; Tacks Mulford. a football star, Robert Votteler and Duane Widdel; Mrs. Seilna Blair, a pest in the parish, Ruth KabeliU. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann and Charles Polk were Spencer visitors Satur day afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lakln and daughter, Arlene of Esthervllle visited the former's mother, Mrs. Frances Lakln here Sunday. ' The Standard Bearer girls were entertained at a party In the M. E. church parlor Friday evening. Mrs. V. J. Tatum is their councellor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson and son, Alvin visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson near Cylinder Sunday. Mrs. Ed .Welsbrod and daughter, Ethel and Mrs. Milton WeisVod and baby daughter, Marlene, called on Mrs. Joe McGovern, Friday evening. Mrs. F. J. Wlllrett, Algona, visited with her son and family, the A. H. Willretts, Tuesday. Kathryn returned home with her for a week's visit. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Wary Ann and Mrs. Edward Priebe and duaghter, Levaun viewed the grotto at West Bend, Sunday aiT- Parcnts of a Son Mr. and Mrs. Nick Doocy, north of Seneca, are the parents of a TV- pound boy born Saturday, Oct. 30. .This, is their second child. They have a daughter 2'i; years old. Dr. Mueller was in charge assisted by Mrs. E. W. Ruske. R. N. Quilting Bee Mrs. Will Weisbrod entertained at quilting parties on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Those assisting were Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, Frank McFall, Chas. Newel, Rex Wolfe, Oliver Stoeber, Herman Dreyer and daughter, Alvina, Raymond Stoeber, A. J. Krause, Emma Ruskc and J. G. Waterman. On Friday Mrs. Fred Dau, Herman Krause and Henry Meyer assisted. Entertain At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greinert entertained the following at dinner and supper Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Wlttkopf of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bierstedt of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frink and sons, Ervln and Fred and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman all of Fenton. Weds In Ten* Friends of Gwendolyn Dorough ol Corpus Christl, Texas, received the announcement this week of her marriage to R. D. Hall also of Corpus Christ! which took place August 5th and was made public on October 5th. Mrs. Hall is the daughter of Mrs. Marcus Llndsey nnd the family lived in Fenton until six years ago. rVul Beck spent the week end at the John Kramer Home. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer visited at the M. F. Meyer home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Ganrd were business visitors at Storm Lake on Monday. Mrs. Henry Tjnden and Mrs. Geo. Stewart visited with Mrs. \V. E. Laage, Thursday. Fred Zwiefel, Ames, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwiefel. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and family were Sunday dinner guests of Henry Berghofer. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were entertained at the William Boettcher home in Burt Sunday. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children visited with Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod of Whittemore last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Stoeber home. John Munch was a dinner guest »t the home at Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reimers in Whittemore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson and children of Haifa were entertained at the Ben Mitchell home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and son, Ewald were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Homan and two daughters were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace and family of Forest City visited at the parental John Wallace home, .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kulow entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swan and family of near Su'iiecu. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlui visited on Sunday at the Otto Schmidt home ut Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter, Edith, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Walter Widdel home. Philip Wander went to Chicago Saturday evening with a shipment of stock. He will return the mid die of the week. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller of Ringsted spent the week end here with their daughter, Mrs. Clyde Humphrey and family. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and daughters, Eunice £>nd Marjorie and son, Kenneth, were Emmetsburg visitors Saturday morning. Lavonne Madden has been confined to her bed a few days with the flu. She returned to her school work in Seneca, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman and daughter, Gladys and Irene Krause were Sunday dinner guests of Earl Theesneld in Armstrong. Mr. and Mr*. OU Berkland and children, Ruth, Lloyd and Donald were at the Truman Thompson bow MM Cylinder SiuuUty. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and if r. and Mrs. Charles Newel attended a farm bureau meeting at th'e tfethodist church in Algona Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager and children, Eugene and Delores, attended a family dinner Sunday at he Mrs. Tobias Mansager home in :yllnder. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller and 'amily were Sunday night Vpper guests of Otto and Carl Peton at Sraettinger. The men are cousins of Mr. Mueller. Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and daughter, Mrs. Derwoou £lgler attended a musical in the Norwegian Lutheran church in Emmetsburg last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Young and two daughters of Charles City were callers at the Raymond and Oliver Stoeber homes here Sunday. Maynard Mueller, Leslie Tieman and John Elmers drove to Waterloo, Sunday. John remained there and will seek employment while the others returned home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and Family of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl and family of Lotts Creek visited Sunday at the Kenneth Bellinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osbo.rn and son Roger, Mrs. Freelbve Weisbrod and son. Maurice and Mrs. Emma Curry were entertained at the E. L. Baker home i'n Armstrong Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod and son, John of Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Weisbrod home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tletz, Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz and family and Eddie Tietz and son, Ortwln were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Archie Voigt home near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers and Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards and children were entertained at the Ray Reimers home in Rlngsted, Sunuay, in honor of the Ray Relmen wedding •antvtMavy. . .-•.-<,,• ,-Mr. and Mr«. W. E. Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber went to Minneapolis Sunday morning to attend a Christmas display of the Hall Hardware Company. They returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum visited Mr. Tatum's parents at Nora Springs over the week end. They were accompanied as far as Mason City by Ann Finn, who visited relatives there and at Geneva. Harry Kluss of Pcoria, III., visited from Friday to Monday morning with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frtd From here he went to Iowa City where his wife is being cxiim- ncd and treated in the hospital. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod accompanied by Mrs. J. A. G. Smith, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod nnd Mrs. Frank Eigler attended aid society meeting at the M. E. church in Whittemore last week Thursday afternoon. Florence Weisbrod, Edith Laage and Mrs. Minnie Stark, all of Des, Moines, came Friday evening for a visit at the W. J. Weisbrod and C. F. C. Laage homes. A. P. PeTer- aon returned to Des Moines with them Sunday. Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards entertained Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Gladys Slelchter, Anna Finn, Bernice Brown, Pearl Christensen, Editb Dahl and Virginia Frank at bridge last week Wednesday at the H. E. Reimers home. Mrs. Tatum is the wife of coach Tatum and the other ladies are members of the faculty. | HINZ-BRANTLAND WEDDING, OCT. 30 Lu Verne Girl % and Bode Youth Speak Vows at Humboldt Lu Verne: EmmaHinz, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz and Melvin Brantland, Bode, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran church in Hum- boidt. They were attended by Gladys Brantland, sister of the bridegroom, and Arnold Hlnz, brother of the bride. Mr. Brantland graduated from the Lutheran church school here in 1933 and has lately been employed In Mason City. The bridegroom graduated from the high school at Ottosen last spring and is taking a business course at Mason City at present. A wedding supper was served at the home of Mr. Brantland's parents near Bode following the ceremony. The couple will make their home at Mason City. The Lloyd Smiths spent Sunday at Woodward. The D. H. Wermersons were at Sioux Falls over Sunday. The Ernest Guggers. RetvMck, ' spent the week end at the U. S. Grants. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Johnson, Sr , Tama, spent Saturday at the home of their son, James. School was dismissed Thursday noon to permit the teachers to attend the state teachers' meeting in Des Moinea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mrs. S. F Phillips were Sunday dinner guests at the H. H. Phillips home in Dows. Mrs. Rosa Steussy and son, Ed, and Mrs. Jennie Levier left Monday to visit relatives in Green C'ty and other towns on the way there. Louise Zwiefcl left Tuesday for Webster* City where she plans to make her home with a friend for the present. The Fred Zwiefels have moved into the Zwiefcl house. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman w« re called to Rolfe Sunday by the sudden death of a cousin of Mrs. Chapman, Leonard Kennedy. They attended the funeral services there Wednesday, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston was guest of honor at a post nuptial shower at the Ralph Davidson home Thursday afternoon. Other guests were her intimate friends. She reccl/ed many nice gifts. Ernst Logue, Denver. Colo., spent .he week end at the Geo. Merkle lomc. He was on his way home after spending about six months In Germany, Norway and Sweden and other European countries. The Sherman Shiners held a Hal- lowe'en party at the Merkle school- tiouse Saturday. The thirteen girls present, came masked and the usual games appropriate to the season were played. The affair ended with a wiener roast Monday vru moving day (or three tamlllM. Th* a H. Bak- Dodge from LuVerne four years ago, but have been living in Pea Moines the last two yenrs. Charlene is a junior in Drake and Marjorie is in the ninth grade in junior high. A family dinner was held at the Lottie and Jennie Masons Sunday honoring Ruth Liohty, who is on vacation from her work in Chicago. Those present were ^f^. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Chns. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty. F. I. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Robert. Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Evans were week end visitor? at his mother's home in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson attended a family gathering at Granger. Mrs. Patterson's sister and hvisbnnd, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Brown, are leaving coon to make their home in Pennsylvania. ! Peter Mueller of near Whittemore. I Anna Knyser returned home on Thursday after a three weeks' vacation to Minnesota and Wisconsin. She also visited with Sister M. Amatia in Dubuque and Mrs. John Bornong at Gilbertsville. Father Theobald At Funeral Rites Rev. George Theobald attended the funeral of the Rev I'. M. C'osrel- lo. 73. pastor of Sacred Heart church of Ida Grove. Friday morning. Rev. Costello was a cousin of Father Costello of Livermore. Rita Thul spent the week end at tho Eugene Thul home nt Ottosen. On Sunday, Nov. 7th. will be the first card party for this fall to be held in St. Joseph's hall. Regina Kruecher from Rochester. inn., left Wednesday after spend- ng a week here with relatives. Alvin Erpelding who attends the rinity College in Sioux City, spent he week ena here with relatives. Mrs. George Becker and Infant on, Donald Eugene, came home 'hursday noon from the Kossuth ospital. Mrs. Lucy Wagner returned home Tiursday afternoon from the Kosuth hospital where she was a pat- unt for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres re the parents of ti baby boy born laturday, Oct. 30th. This Is the rst grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Entertain Bourne* Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross entertained Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, who soon leave for the south for the winter. Attending were Rev. and Mrs. A. Wood and Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll. er* moved into the Mason houM the G. A. Kggleaton* are In the Baumgartner house vacated by the Bakers and Wm. Ristau ia moving into his own house. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Christcnscn, DCS Moines. were calling on friends here Monday. They moved to Fort ROYAL BLUE ROYAL BLUE That Famous Jcllico Coal Sold Exclusively at NAUDAIN'S Phone 212-793-J WE HAVE FAITH ile aim 01'ibis t-omiur.y i> t" • • «iih laic trcaiintnt oi employcci who IUM: money invested i" the hu.sini«. uur iu'.ertiti.. As individuals, we are lo^al lu,/.."^ <•>• •• children go to the school:, ui.d ihurclit» here and we help support ihes^.iiititui.ons. We trade at the local stores V- e are inu-r- csted in whatever makes tins c.^imuimy a better plue in which to live Our welfare » linked with the community's welfare. This Company has a sizable investment here. We h;ne faith in this community. XX, e lhare its ambitions. We want to work with you in fostering Us welfare. If at any time you have a suggestion that will help us to serve you or this cooiinunity better, we hope you will discuss ic with us. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Are These Fall Jobs All Done on Your Place 1 Thanksgiving Day is almost hero. That moans roal winter and cold weather is elose at hand nnd yon won't want to do outside jolts. May we suggest then that you cheek up now and see about the following: —Are your roofs all sound and in shape to weather mouths of cold, snow and blizzardsf —Is your Chicken House warm and in good condition so vniir Hock can work for vou all winter? —Are your Machines under cover? —Is your Hog House cold proof so that the feed your herd consumes this winter can go into weight and not into body heat? —Have you a full set of storm doors and windows for your house? Tf you need material for any or all of those he- fore winter jobs, we have them. All new stock and a full selection of grades for every purpose. (Jet your repair and building materials here. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 212!) Algona, Iowa. Coffee and Cookies Served Saturday from 2 to 5 P. M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ... NOVEMBER 5 AND 6 Everyone U cordially invited to attend the sensational, premier showing of the new 1938 Coronado radio line. The finest line of radios with the most outstanding advancements that it has ever been our pleasure to present. Whether or not you intend to purchase a radio it win be instructive and entertaining to see these new achievements in radio engineering and Mite the rapid strides that nave been made. Gambles again lead ia presenting Ihe most complete, mostmodern line of radios with every ontntsnifftn advancement that radio science can offer. These features, ptac a distinctive' beauty of cabinet design, mark Coronado as the supreme radio achievement of 1938. NEW Top View Coronado Arm Chair Radio with Exclusive Plate Glass Top No marring or scratching possible when used as a convenient chair side table and radio. Dial is permanently fused into glass. Easy to keep clean. A feature that housewives appreciate. Above view shows top of radio as seen when looking down. a*-,;-.-** •••M NEW REVOLUTIONARY OCTAL TUBE BASE DESIGN ^.A ;»,****» Octal Base Tubes A newadvancementin tube design permitting greater undistorted output and truer tone qualities with a greater economy of operation. Sensational Blindfold Tuning (tbown above) I Simply press a button indicating any | of your 8 favorite stations and this station is automatically and instantly tuned for you, perfectly with absolutely no distortion. An outstanding radio advancement. Automatic Push Button Tuning <thown above, left) Another sensational radio advancement. Similar to blindfold tuning but working on a slightly different principle. It is only necessary to push a button in order to obtain any one of your 6 favorite stations instantaneously and perfectly with absolutely no distoriton. OUTSTANDING SELECTOMATIC TUNING A free-wheeling tuning unit permitting rapid station btlec- tiou. Call Itiiurs of your favorite station light up vshcn statiun ij perfectly tuned. INEW TiY ANY CORONAOO RADIO S DAYS-FREE Automatic Dial Light Coronado battery operated models have this automatic feature. Dial lights only while stations are being tuned. S»ves battery drain. EXCLUSIVE CORONADO TONE COLUMNS These new and improved tone chambers give to radio tone reproduction a sweet, mellow quality similar to that produced by the body oi a rare old violin. The tone chamber principle is toe same. Combined with the exclusive Golden Voke Acoustical Panel, they bring you a perfect undistorted reproduction of each musical note exactly as played. You actually feel the present* of th* musicians at your elbow. GAMBLE STORES Bud Barnard, Managing Partner Af eocie* at Britt and Gamer

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