Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1931
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KOSSUf H COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THRBB [When You Buy Auto Insurance You Are— Actually Insuring Your Future L, R, TEAM IH SOUTH DAKOTA FAILS TO WIN I .olio Hock, August 25 — Chip Sharp took his baseball nine on a tour into South Dakota Saturday. The- team played the Sioux Falls Canaries, and loot the game in-!). The lino up was: Wnnder, p.; Ttan- cock, c.; Earing, as.; Gordon Blanchard, 1; Chip sharp, 2; Munch, If.; Sims, cf.; Hutch, rf.; Don Blan- I'.hsird, 3. In tills game Sioux Falls bunched tlu'ir hits. Sunday afternoon they lost to Jamestown, N. D., 8-2, with Sims and Hancock working for Lone Hock. Tt was a good game and was well played. Monday evening Lone Rock won a game with the same team 7-5. Gordon Blanchard, 17-year-old pitcher for the Junior Legion team at Swea City, wa,s on the mound for Lone Uock. Hancock caught and knocked two home runs and Wander got a homer. Tuesday they lost a twilight game dar Falls and Waterloo last week Tuesday to get Howard and Bertha Blanchard, who 'have attended summer school there. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. otto gehult-/, and daughter, of Fort Dodge, were entertained at dinner, at G, C. Hanna's Saturday night. The Schultzes owned the-general store here years ago. Mr. and .Mrs. William Rath and :la.ughter, and Mrs. John Rath, attended a family reunion at Mrs. Al- 0 ' ma. Johnson's at Algona Sunday. | " n T HEpurch*ieof»N«tiooalCitUens Mutual* automobile iniurance policy iwi't limply • protection Nlck Genglor shipped a, load cago Monday night, and brother accompanied it. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hollister arc enjoying a visit with the latter's nephew, who is ill In a hospital there, Mrs. Alfred Krueger and Ersel Blanchard drove to DCS Moines last week Wednesday returning Friday. Fred Radlg, employed on 'the C. & N. W. out of Chicago, was a guest at Alex Radlg's last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Laidley and children, oC Estherville, are guests this woch of the A'ex Kruegers. The Ralph Hurlburts returned lav from a week with relatives in Wisconsin and Illinois. went to Fairmont last week Thursday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Flaig spent, the week-end with Mrs. Flatg's par: .sister and husband, • the Charles j ents n- 1 New Sharon. meeting elected the following officers for the coming year: Mrs. S. Warburton, president; Mrs. J. M. Vaux, vice president; Mrs. Ira Hewett, secretary; Mrs. Charles Rhollne, treasurer. Farm School Tour Hold— Tuesday members of the farming school held last winter made a tour of farms of men who attended the school. The men gathered east of town, moving north and west, taking a picnic dinner with them. Tonclicr ffons lo HIpiicoe— Bessie Anderson left Monday for Blencoe, where she will teach this year. Miss Anderson, who Is a home economics teacher, will begin her fourth year at Blencoe, Crosses, of Oskosh, WIs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donovan, of Mrs. Russell Sharp stayed with I California, were guests at Ralph at Crookston, Minn., 8-1. tery was Wander and The 'bat- Hancock. It actually meant iniuring your futuret SUMO* you ran down and maimed I MBKone— lort home, bank account and Swp« your job aa • rerilt-what Jwuld i that mean to your hope* and iMabitiont—and your family'! future? SAVE 25% By faiurtaf your car ifilh (A< National Cltittn* Mutumli. Atk our ofcnf In your tUy mbout Ihlt —or <rrit* rffrict. NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS \ MTIOHAL IMHXMUfT MUTUAL • OwtoMM, Minn. CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL Kid Wing, Minn. BARRE & FALKENHAINER THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY First door north of Iowa State Bank ' Phone 55 A fresh shipment of candy, from ! "The House of Garrott" ougats loaded with nuts, orange creams, coffee car- nels, lemon creams, cherry creams, pineapple uares, maple sugar pecans, chocolate center mints, blorful bon bons—the Fieurette colorful bon bons— Inters of roasted almonds wrapped in caromel with overcoat of almond flavored sugar Fondant. very fruitpiece is true fruit, chocolate minths that |irly melt in your mouth—and the box—just as col- •ful as the bon bons, with a cellophane open top so at'the contents may speak for themselves. a box of these delicious sweets for your sweet- fcart or the folks at home. AT THE .ALGONQUIN II East State Street. ALGONA, IOWA Lone Rook hitters couldn't find the Crookston pitcher. Householders Have Reunion— A family reunion was held at the C. E. Householder home Sunday. In attendance were the Charles Bier- lie family, Lone Rock; the Glenn Zwlefel family, Algona; Mr. 'and Mrs. Jak e Smith, Burt; the Ralph Re-liners family, Whittemore; Mrs. Frank Anderson and daughter, Ida, and Gllman Thorsend, of Brookton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Booker, Nevada; the Rev, and Mrs. Clifton, Burt; the Alton Hurlburt family, Lone 'Rock; the Everett Richardson family, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends, Bancroft; the Ora Hurlburt family, and the S. B. Bates family, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Householder and son, and the AVesley Householder family, of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel and daughter, Spencer; the Calvin Householder family, and J. W. Householder, of Lone Rock. Oiit-of-Town Visitors Here— The Watson Shicks had a number of guests during the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Lun Raynor and .three children, of Stockton, Kans., came Saturday. Mrs. Raynor is a niece of Mrs. Snick and they stopped here on their way to Shenandoah, where Mr. Raynor will visit a sister. From there they "will visit his mother in Oklahoma, before returning to Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Trenr del and two children, of Allison, were also at the Shicks! Mrs. Trendel is a niece of Mrs. Snick. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Woodley, and two children, of Hampton, were other guests. Mrs. Woodley is a grandniece of Mrs. Shick. C. H. Lingen- feldter returned to Hampton with them for two weeks. Mrs. Olen Sharp during- Mr. Sharp's absence with his ball team In North Dakota last week. Ly!e Rasmussen, Des Moines, a cousin of Mrs. Harry Rahn, visited here from last week Tuesday to Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, of Fort Dodge, were week-end visitors nt Ernest Jensen's. The men are cousins. Dorothy, second daughter of the Ernest Jensens, spent last u^eek at Graettinger with her grandmother. William Biersteadt and son, of Comfrey, Minn., visited friends and relatives last week Thursday and Friday. The Fred Genrlch family drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Fred's Thompson's Friday. The Charles S-jhuItz family, Forest City, spent Sunday at Alfred Krueger's. Herman Radii?, of Bancroft, N. D., visited relatives and friends here last week. The Henry Rath family, of Curlew» visited Mrs. John Rath last Thursday. The Mark Simmons family, Fairmont, spent last week at A. H. Hanna's. F. E. Macumber and daughter Dorothy came home from Waterloo Friday. A. D. Ulmer, Eagle Grove, officiated- at the depot last week Thursday. Eleanora Pompe visited Mrs. F. E. Macumber Friday. Tenclior Is Given Party- Monday evening the young people of the Methodist church honored Gail Weaver by a steak fry at the were week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Bravender's sister In Randall. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dirkson called on friends last week. Mr. Dirkson will be remembered as Bernlce Payette. The A. N. Hundebys spent the week-end with relatives and friends in Minneapolis. The Charles Kcslcrs are entertaining relatives from Dc« Moines. Four Corners river. Gail will teach at this year. Blencoe Mayor Dye Patient at Colfnx— Mayor J. M. Dye last week returned to Colfax, where he will take further treatment for rheumatism. LEDYARD TEAM LOSES TILT TO BANGROGT 3-2 Ledyard, Augr. 25—Lost week Tuesday Ledyard's North Kossuth team was defeated by Bancroft 3-2. Bancroft scored first in the third Inning, and another In the fourth, then again In the sixth. Ledyard scored /both runs in the eighth. Moulton and Deal formed the local battery, and Lichliter and Schuller, the battery for Bancroft. Moulton allowed 7 hits, 3 walks; Lichliter, 4 hits, 5 walks. This game was a part of the Sacred Heart Fall Festival. Parents of Nlnlh Child— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Goodman Hundsness last week. This is their ninth child. The Other Swea City Methodist AM last week Team Wins Double-Homier— Lone Rock played two game s Sunday and won both. The first game, at Eagle Grove, was won 6-2, and in the evening game at Corwith the score was 9-4. Batteries were Wander and Hancock, and Wilson ^ond Kaufman, who gave Eagle Grove six hits, and Lone Rock got 10 hits. Sims knocked a home run. In the Corwith game Schuman and Garley was the battery for Corwith, and Sims and Hancock for Lone Rock. Hancock got a home run. School'Will Open Monday— School will open next week Monday. The faculty for this year is superintendent, A. E. Lauritzen; principal, band and orchestra instructor, V. A. Barrett; English, Marjorie Stranhan, of Fayette, commercial, Gladys Nolan; mathematics, Harold Granner, Paton; sixth, Barbara Wylam, Hawkeye, fourth and fifth, Mrs. Barrett; third and fourth, Miss Granner, Paton; second, Adalaide Randall, Mason City; first, Ruth Jones, Livermore. Dr. Lease to Preach Sunday- Next Sunday morning Dr. W. H. Lease, of Algona, -will preach in the Methodist church. Immediately following the service a picnic dinner will be served in, the basement and the fourth quarterly conference will >e held. All members and -friends f the church, ore urged to be pres nt and to plan to stay for the diner and business meeting. it Up* fence ttiatYou Witt Give Service If NOWN and tested for service on farms of the country—that is Royal Fence, ip this fence and you will have a well need farm. Every roll of it is Guaranteed., Former Hesident in Visit— Zella Wolfe, of Minneapolis, arrived Sunday for a visit with her girl friends.' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen, the latter who was Kathryn Wolfe, also came for a few days visit at Burt and here with relatives. The Wolfes, who formerly -farmed here, and also had the meat market four years ago, have been living atl Minneapolis till recently, when •they moved to Iowa Falls where Mr. Wolfe Is employed by a mineral company. [Put up OYAL FENCE |. S. NORTON & SON iber and Coal — Phone 229 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK l clinic fees for all tonsil operations and other ear, nose, g,n4 throat operations Friday morn- p— entirely operative Friday afternoons— examin- ana Dr. W. D. Andrews Osteopathic Physician »nd Surgeon School Will Start Monday— School starts next week Monday. The faculty consists .at L. E. God frey, superintendent; Virgil Fry, formerly of Cylinder, is the new coach; Miss Jones, who "taught at Ledyard last year, Is domestic science instructor; Miss Dunn, of Fort Dodge, music and 7th and 8th grades; Florence Householder, 1st and 2nd; Harriett Fish, 3rd and 4th; Evelyn Behrman, 5th and 6th. E. E. Koarns Substitutes Here— E. E. Keorns, former barber here, had charge of the barber .shop here during the absence of Mr. , Sanders Thursday and Friday. Mr. Kearns h«Ts been In very poor health for the past year and is just able to be around again, rfe has moved his famil" in with his father, W. D Kearns, at Burt, till he will locate a shop permanently. Birthday Party Is Given- Mrs. William Leeper had a birth day party for her -son Friday after noon, who Is fourteen years old Those \v\\p attended were f Mrs Harry Rahn and two children Law rence Rath, Harlan and Billy Mar low, Jesse and Eugene Blanchard Tommy Long, Robert Gladstone Mrs. Jack Qulnn and two boys, Auxiliary Entertains Children— The Auxiliary entertained the children of members and ex-soldier to home made ice cream, cake ani cookies at the schoolhouse las Thursday. There was a largef at tendance. Shower Honors New Bride— A shower in honor of Mrs. Law rence Zwiefel was held at the Mrs P. M. Chrlstensen home lost wee Thursday. It was for* country worn en and '2'5 guests attended. John Spranks Parents, of Girl — Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank an nounce the arrival of a girl, .weigh 10% Ibs., named Helen Suzanne born last week Wednesday. Boy Born to,Wm. Prayers— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preyer an nounce the birth of a boy a wee ago Sunday. _ , Other LONE ROCK. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Banna, the A H. Hanna family, -and Pearl a«i Myrtle Hanna v.isited Mr. Hanna' nephew and niece, the Earl Tices, a Clarion Sunday. tfcey On the way h«n the Corwitn-Lon ganje. Mrs. F, B, Oteurioh- drove tp Ce Vitl Will Meet. Thursday— The Methodist Aid will meet In IB church basement this week 'hursday afternoon, with Mrs. Joe layne as hostess. Holiday coin ards ore to be brought and turned n. The women, friends of the Aid, nd husbands are Invited to attend he Harvest Festival at the Grant lethodist church .this week Friday light. !rc\vd Attends \\. F. M. S. Meet— The W. F. M. S. met last Thursay afternoon with Mrs Howard .tayne. There was the largest at- endance of the year, with 10 mem- ers, 7 guests, and 13 children. Mrs. Yahnke's side won -the Mystery Box ontest. The next meeting will be lext week Thursday with Mrs. Ed Cnoner. Mrs. D. A, Carpenter Is 111— Mrs. D. A. Carpenter was taken erlously 111 last week Tuesday with spell similar to the ones she had a year ago last August. Her sister, (Irs. Luab, of Winnebago, Minn., Is lelping care for her, attend a Standard Oil company meeting. Mrs. Mabel Mino and son, of Grant, and Mrs. Chrlstaphal, of Oskaloosa, a daughter of the latter and her two children, of Des Moines, were callers at the Jenks home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gabel and daughters, and the George Heetland family, of. Lakota, drove to Laurens Sunday to visit Mrs. Gabel's sister. Mrs. John Looft was 111 last week with flu, and has been under the care of Doctor Devine. Mrs. N. Pingel has been helping care for her. Mr; and Mrs. Eli Baudrye and Mrs. M. C. Carpenter, of Granada, called at the D. A. Carpenter home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett left Saturday night for a few days visit with friends and relatives in Chester. The Marcus Lindsey family, of Fenton, spent several days last week at the Jess o tveefe home. , Mr. and Mrs. Mandis Lloyd and daughter, Swea City, visited at the Blanche Jenks home Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Liming and children, of Aurelia, were here Saturday calling on old friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn and Lawrence spent Sunday visiting relatives in Buffalo Center. The Lou Nitz family, Howard Nitz and Lizzie Nitz, of Lakota; spent Sunday at Interlaken. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins, of Mason City,' spent Sunday at the James Hilferty home. Paul Nitz fell from a horse Friday while driving cattle and sprained his ankle. Mr. and Mrs. N. Behrends and Helen, of Lakota, called on friends Saturday. Stanley Leland, of Okoboji, visited Saturday at the Gabel and Christ homes. Mr. and Chris Gelhaus left Friday for Marshalltown on a business Wednesday elected the following officers: Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, president; Mrs. R. A. Bravender, vice president; Mrs. Charles Rholine, secretary; Lulu Hagluntl, treasurer; Mrs. Fred Seylor, corresponding secretary. Mr. and Mrs. La Vane Weaver and little daughter Evelyn Lucille visited several days at the B. L. Weaver home. Gail Weaver went with them to their home In Sioux City Tuesday. Mrs. Fay Boehme and Harry Cameron, of Fort Dodge, visited at the Samuel Warburton home Sunday. An error in this column last week .said Roy Lowman, of Hobarton, attended the Hjustrom reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park a week ago Sunday. The name should have been Roy BJustrom and son Wayne and daughter Dorothea, of Hobarton. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan and son Verio and daughter Clarice, of 2tockport, came to the Rtna Mitchell home Friday for a week's visit lore. Mrs. Harlan is a daughter of the Mitchells. Little Mary Joyce, daughter of the Edward Riches, entertained several friends at a .birthday party last week Thursday afternoon. Those in ittendance were Willard and Willis Mitchell; Do Lores, Dorothy, am Kenneth Geilenfeldt; Mary Cruikshank; Marjorie and Doris Drayton; Pauline and Kathleen Selp; and Edith, Leo, and Opal Sabin. Mary Joyce celebrated her seventh-birth day. Lunch was served. Nineteen relatives gathered at the Etna Mitchell home for Sunday din ner. Those In attendance were thi Otto Halans, of Stockport, the Nobl Mitchells, Mr. and Mrs. Arle Dltt mer, Hazel Mitchell, and Edmun Larsen. Schools will open in Union town ship next week Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender i kato, Minn. THE DOOR OF OPPORTUNITY will swing open for you and bl you' enter, but you must be ready No chance for the unprepared. Writ Mankato Commercial College, Man 29p5 VIRGIN DIAMONDS IT IS .only natural that discriminating buyers havt a distaste for second-hand diamonds of a dubious past. How much more appealing is' o Certified VIRGIN DIAMOND, direct from the mines to you. Of guaranteed quality, in distinctive hand carved mountings, VIRGIN DIAMONDS may be secured from $25.OO to $2,5OO.OO from your Authorized Virgin Diamond Dealer We have a booklet, "The History and Romance of the Diamond" that we give to those interested In diamonds. F, W. WEHLER & GO, Jewelers and Optometrists. Phone 840. trip. S. C. B. Powers Is Graduated— The many friends of' S. C. E. Powers will be glad to hear that he was recently graduated from Iowa City, receiving a Ph. D. degree. He s. now doing college work in Ar- Martin Englebart Recovering Martin Englebart returned home from Rochester Saturday, after undergoing an operation on his lip. He la recovering. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. v. A. Barrett went to 'the Charles Raney home last week Wednesday night, and, Thursday they visited Mrs. Barrett's sister Faith at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, where she ha3 undergone an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Wallace and two children, of Holton, Mich., visited Wednesday and Friday at the D. A. Carpenter home. The women are sisters, • Mrs. Carpenter's brother,' S. D. Entwlsle, of Elbow Lake, Minn., also visite4 here Tuesday. Mrs. Thackeray, who has been as- slating In the care of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Jenks, was called to the home of *ler son, Virgil. Thackeray, near Armstrong. Mrs. Leslie, of Bancroft, Is at the Jenks home Jn her absence. Mrs. j; C. Underkpfler and Murray, of Brltt, were here on. business Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Underkofler Is still suffering from a broken arm, and Murray is just recovering from a tonsil 'operation. Mesdames Tlllmoney, L. w., Weimer, p. B. Mayer and V. A. Barrett visited Mrs. George Schul,te at Ale?, ander. Mrs. Sehulte is better known here as Alice grade teacher. SWEA CITYAN'S GAR TAKEN BY CHICAGO THIEF Swea City, August 25 — Art and Vlggo Christiansen were victims of a car thief In Chicago, when they were returning from an eastern trip to New York City, Niagara Falls and other points. In Chicago a week ago Monday they parked their Bulck car in front of the White Sox ball park to attend a game. On coming out the car was gone. The theft was reported to the police, and the Christiansens came home on the train. Harold Christiansen received a telegram from the Chicago police asking verification of the number, saying they had the car. He met the Christiansens at Jewell, and, Art "and Harold returned to Chicago and brought the car home. The car was little damaged but all the clothes and luggage were stolen. The loss Is estimated at $500. Mrs. Chrls- tianson is postmaster here. Six Attend C. Meet— Bark'ema, former The Earl Talberg family, of Lan sins, Mich., ana Mrs. E. G. Rich, of Fairmont, visited at .the L> W. Weimer home last Tuesday, Mrs. .Talberg will be better remembered as Winnie Rich. Mr. and Mr«. j. T. WeWare and daughters, Mrs; Ohwles • H«if«) and Mrs, Ben .QtePb, of Blmore, drove to Mason City last Tuesday to erson, Mrs. Charles . Kesler, Mrs. James Warburton, Mrs. William Nelson, and Mrs. J. J. Anderson attended the annual W. C. T. U. picnic in the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona last week Wednesday. A good program was given, and 50 were present. Plans were, made for the ' county convention. Mrs. Kesler, of Swea City, Mrs. Lease, of Algona, and a Bancroft woman were named on the program committee. Grant Homecoming' Is Success— The homecoming in the Grant Melodist church was a huge t success In every way. A large crowd was present, both from home community and visitors. The church was newly decorated for the occasion. The day also marked the close of the Bible school, and the pupils gave a demonstration of the work done. The Rev. M. Carver, a former pastor, was the speaker at the event in the afternoon. Foriter Resident. Is Dead- Relatives last week ^ received word of the death of Mrs. R. V. Frakes, Mr. and Mrs. Frakes lived here some years ago,- and Mr. Frakes ran the butcher shop. Mrs. Frakes is survived by her husband and four children, and a sister, Mrs. Speicher, of Fairmont. W, C. T. F. OHIpers Are W. C. T, U. at their August PLAN TO ATTEND T^B GBEAT fair at Spencer and order ypur seats in the new ' grandstand now. Write Leo O.' Paileyi Secretary. oi5Q ONE NEIGIJBOB TO ANQT£BE— SUPER ETERODYNE wfifi Q Tubes at the Lowest Price - a Console Model has ever been sold with the New Pentode and Variable Mu;Tubti. $6 Down $6.50 Per Month Pentode and Variable Mil-Tubes Now $59.50 will buy a Better Radio than $350.00 would three years aio. Radio manufacturing is fast-approaching that same state of super-efficiency the automotive industry of America is famous for. Science has made stupendous improvements in receiving sets. The 1932 Super-heterodyne Coronado is an amazins example of the newest—the finest— and the latest in modern radio desisn. The enthusiasm of. our own organization has never reached such a high pitch, as it has over the new Coronado. 175 sets have already been purchased by Gamble Store employees. That we believe, is fine evidence of the reception the Coronado is receiving. Automatic Volume Control—the oubjtandihs feature of (he 1932 Coronado. Eliminates fading almost same even volume throushout. It alto eliminates the loud blast that comet when switching from long flit; tance to local stations. HuflMI The famous Super-HeleradyM circuit increases selectivity to raior edge petition. . i It's sensitivity it uncanny. The new Coronado'picki'out the weak signal of a distant station as sure at a powerful telescope delving into the unknown expantc of distant planets. '*&! PENTODE AND VARIABLE-MU TUBES clarify reception, and increase powei output without distortion. Dual Control enables you to tune stations to a finer point than ever before. •*«•«*•*••' Ton* Control permits you to adjust the tone to suit your own-taste. ' ' -•-'«! The UtelKSpcaker, in its padded tone chamber, is famous for its mellow richness and true reproduction. THE WALNUT CABINET presents an appearance that will appeal to the finest taste. It is the base type—used in expensive sets. The extended front panel is of matched burl walnut with illuminated, full vision dill. 'The heavy Walnut top and beautifully carved legs and feature of the 1932 Coronado. tliminates fading almost the heavy walnut top arm oeauiruny carveo legs «na entirely, BY AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTING THE itrelcher harmonize with the rich appearance of th« POWER WITH THE PROGRAM to maintain the entire set. You'll be proud to have it in your home.a 5 Tube— Ifit Coronado Playboy with the Ntw Pentode Tube* >34 Complete with Tubes Cownodo $1.00 (town $1.00 F«r Month Popular (or its BEAUTIFUL CABINET -iU WONDERFUL PERFQRM- ANCE-HiU SMALL SI?E. THE PENTODE TUBE. AND 3 SCREEN GRID? bring a new power to this small siie set—placing it far •hud of sets of a few years *go cost- toTTHREE TIMES AS MUCH. 5 tubt*—3 KWifsiWh-1 No, $80— f No. 847., • Tub* Mantle Radio With the N«w Pentode and V.ri.bU 7 Mil-Tub** •ndtht famous Sup«r-H«Uredyn« Circuit Identically the same set as our Console, but built into thi mantle type cabinet for those desiring the smaller si;c set, Full vision dial—8 tubes- local, Ions distance switch- dual control—automatic volume control — Super-Heterodyne circuit and the new Pen- tode and Variable-Mu Tubes —built into the compact, mantle cabinet of rich burl walnut. ^P^WP f IP^^T Tr^r GAMBLE ST til '4?

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