Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1933 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 4, 1933
Page 8
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PAGE MONDAY. '^^^••MMBMBMMIMM Christmas Eve— What a Night! Twaa the n]g>ht before Christmas and all through the house not creature was stirring, with the ex ception of— FATHER, who wants to «no\ what the heck happened to th Christmas tree stand when he pu it away last year— MOTHER, w ho is trying to an swer the telephone and father at th same time—• NOR5IA, 3, is calllnp from the crib to know it is'nt Santa who'; making all the noise This Is 4th Extra Advance This Year This is not the first extra issue by the Kossuth County Advance. During the banking troubles last March three miniature extras were issued, and distributed throughout Algona. Several years ago the Advance issued an extra on Friday evening, and on other occasions in the past issues were put out on other than regular publication day, which is Thursday morning. 1 r-»»»" I A Tremendous and Unusual FOOTBALL (Continued from page 1.) ook the ball to the Fairmont 9-yd. Ine. Algona was held there, losing the iall on a incomplete pass over the EXPRESSMAN, aged at least 150 by his speed, who is wrestling a rocking horse in the side window— AUNT AGNES, who dropped the library drawer i n a frantic sarch for a pencil— GRANDMA, who can't remembei what she did with the Bedtime Stories she bought for Noniia, and who wanders around like I^acly Macbeth— ANNABELLE, 16, who wants to know if she can unpack the- new phonograph record tonight instead of tomorrow so she can ask some of the boys in t o dance while father •trims the tree— DELIVERYMAN, who sounds like a troup of marines at a rescue while being convinced he has the wrong house— NORA, maid, who bounces a plate on the kitchen floor— JACK, 1, who blows out a fuse fooling with the Christmas ti-ee lights and throws the house in darkness— RADIO, in hearty voice announcing, "Christmas carol,, God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen, Let Nothing You Dismay, by the Weatherproof Cookie Cooks." —From By-Ways O f 1932, Evening Journal, Washington, Iowa. foal line, which gave the ball to 'airmont on the 20-yd, line. On th econd pay, after Fairmont hac ailod to gain, the visitors were enallzed five yards and then kick A to Algona on Fairmont's 42-yd ne. •Algona Wins Touchdown. Three passes by Algona, first to eecl, then to Bradrield. then to eed again, netted 17 yards and ook the ball to the Fairmont 2G-yd ne as the third quarter ended. Another pass to Reed, for a gain t 21 yards, took the ball to the -yd. line, and a penalty against airmont moved the ball to the 2% ard line. Algona was unable to gain irough ithe line 'on the next three lays, but on the fourth an off-tack- play by Nordstrom carried the ball across for the touchdown. Fairmont received the kick, but failed to make much gain, and kicked to Algona on Algona's 2*yd. line. Algona's next play was a pass. which was intercepted by Fairmont and gave the Minnesotans the ball on Algona's 2-1-yd. line. Game Ends in Battle. A pass soon after by Fairmont was intercepted by White ,of Algona. on the 25 yd- line, but the Algona's passer was overtaken and tackled on the next play, losing 10 yds. Algona failed to make up the loss and kicked to Fairmont on the latter's 48-yd. line. Fairmont made a 20-yd. gain on a pass on the second play, and long gains gave the Gophers two downs and placed the ball on Algona's 18 yd. line. Three more plays netted Fairmont four yards, and an incomplete pass by Fairmont was made just as the game ended. (j£0untjr J^utoanre ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS matter December 31, 1908, at the Postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under the tot of March 2, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i— To Kossuth county postofflces and bordering postoffices at Armstrong, Bode. Britt, Buffalo Center, Corwith, Cylinder, Elmore, Hutchins. Llvermore, Ottosen, Rake, Rlng- Bted. Rodman, Stllson, West Bend and Woden, year ................ $2.00 t-To all other U. S. Postofflces, year ................................ $2.50 rastt^^ WE ARE PREPARED To help you make this a Happy Chiistmas Father, husband, brother, sou, sweetheart — all can be made happy on Christmas morning with a thoughtfully selected gift from this store for men. What is more logical than to buy them the very things they would be inclined to buy for themselves at the store where they are accustomed to get what they want. $1.65 T0 2.25 $1.39 "1.95 A pair of gloves makes a desirable gift, particularly in fine pigskin. A shirt is an excellent gift. Every man needs more. m 50c TO $1.50 Ties are always appropriate and ours are selected for the man. THREE PAIRS Every man needs more socks. Fine silk hose in patterns or plain colors. 69c T0 $2.25 50c T0 $1.00 I Mufflers are worn again for style and comfort. We have a big variety from which to choose. New novelty ideas in. belts and braces make them unusually attractive for gifts. Madson& Hanson ~" " THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHES r W» and DRESS SALE ft I^^B ' § Three Days*-Thurs., Friday, Saturday, Dec. 7-8-9 Read Carefully—This Important Announcement This Sale Takes the Place of Our Great Semi-Annual TWO-FOR-ONE-SALE — Owing to the wide price ranges of our Coats and Dresses and in a desire to make selling as easy as possible on Thursday (the big Algona day), we are staging this gigantic Garment Clearance as a substitute for our 2 for 1 Sale. You may rest assured that ANY Sale we put on in PLACE of the 2 FOR 1 will be SOME event. _A11 garments are marked for QUICK selling and at prices which usually prevail in January. DRESSES! We've made quick work of our dress stock. Almost every dress is included in these price groups—all of our beautiful alluring Fall and Winter dresses must go. We will not be satisfied with any sale which fails to equal our Two-for-One so you may rest assured that you are going to get Sensational Values Dresses in these three pace-set- S ting Clearance Sale prices .57 $ 12.57 Extra experienced salesladies will wait on yon and you will get the usual high Chrischilles & Herbst service. COATS! Youll $14-50 $19.50 $27.50 Beat These Values if You Can! __________^ ^ T- -^- w ^r, REMEMBER^There will b7n» 9 f i c , ' .. This sale will take its P £ce so f ar a ' — ' ** "^ concerned. far *' * avin *' *° W *™ Three Big Days- Thursday, Friday, Saturdav ^^<^mmm^mmm^^^«i&^» A »^^JiL;^ * W|i€| y ' i

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