The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1934 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Molnea, Algona, Iowa, December 13,1934 Whittemore Church Sponsor* Showing of Movie, "Christus" St. Paul's Young People's society of th« Lutheran church of Whittemore •will Sponsor the Passion play, "Chrls- tua," Friday evening, December 14, at 8 o'clock In the auditorium of the Lutheran school. The seven reel motion picture, "Ohrtetus" Is a Biblical account depleting the life of Christ. The story starts with the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary—follows with Caesar Augustus, Emperor who orders the census. The scenes of Caesar, dreaming of power In the East, are especially spectacular. There are scores of camels and hundreds of people in the picture and the solemnity of the action makes the subject Imposing, elaborate and Interest- Ing from beginning to end. The Ladles Aid WTU have a Christmas party, Thursday, Dec. 13th, the Young People's society Thursday, Dec. 20th. Whittemore Girls Defeat St. Cecelia's The St. Cecelia academy girls' basketball team lost to the Whittemore nigh school girls' team. Tuesday evening, 24 to 16. The Algona girls lead until the closing minutes. Evelyn Capesius scored 11 points, and Patricia, Hughes was a defensive star. TJie alumni boys and girls teams will play the regular academy teams some time during the Christmas holdays in exhibition contests. Thieves Steal Corn Thieves stole about 25 bushels of corn from the J. W. Haggard farm in Plum creek township, last week, and several other small farm thefte have been reported In farm news Items received during the week. Irvlngton reports that five hogs disappeared from the stockyards, there, all belonging to Frankl Bros. Emergency Operation Irvington: O. L. Miller was the subject of an emergency operation for appendicitis last Sunday afternoon. He was taken suddenly ill a Httle before noon and was taken at once to a local hospital. Charles Harvey is assisting with the farm work at the Miller home. Bert Stock Leaves Hospital; Crash Came in Snowstorm A. H. Stock was released from the hospital in Rock Springs, Wyoming, on Monday after being confined there for about a week following an automobile accident in which he was Injured. Mr. Stock received a broken nose, chest injuries and cuts and bruises, as well as a badly swollen eye. It is understood that the accident occurred when Mr. Stock became blinded by heavy snow and crashed into another car which had stopped at the edge of the road to wait until he passed. Both cars were damaged to the extent of about $300 and persons in the other car were more seriously injured than Mr. Stock. FOR SALE—Piano. We have a customer Bear Algona unable to finish payments on Kimbali piano. Only $47.50 left to pay. Clash only.—Crlt- chett Piano Co., Des Moines, Iowa. 47-50 FOR SALE—Farms, owned by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha, in this and adjoining counties, priced right and on very attractive terms. Write— Elmo Hoffman, Fieldman, Spencer Iowa, Box 462. 46-51 Save that cream with & Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—BJustxom's, Al. gona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous THE WEEKLY RECORD ALGONA MARKETS Corn. 3 white (new) $.89'-i 3 yellow (new) 86 3 mixed (new) 85 Oats, white No. 3 51 Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 220-350 $5.50 Heavy butchers, 190-210 5.10 Packing sows, 300-350 5.10 Packing sows, 350-400 5.0C Packing JEOWS, 400-450 5.0 1 Light weight, 140-190 3.10 Light weight, 160-170 4.10 Butchers, 180-190 4.70 Cattle Pat cows $1.50-2.00 Calves 3.00-4.00 Pat yearlings 3.50-4.00 Pat steers 5.00-6.00 Large Sized Winter COATS Sizes 48,50 and 52 We hare to stock, ten (10) extra size black for trimmed winter co«Ja, as beMittfnl coats as yon ever saw or wanted to wear. The furs on these coats are luxurious, the fabrics rich and all wool and. the mtytfs * delight for every large woman. > We most sell these couts at once. They are all this season's styles and to close them out quickly, we offer them at one small price— $14.95 V^^ Stock steers ................. 2.00-250 Bulls ........................ 1.50-2.2J Canners and cutters ......... 50-1.25 Poultry Hens, over 4% Ibs ................ lOc Hens, under 4% Ibs .............. 8c Leghorns ......................... 80 Ducks (young) 4% Ibs. up ........ lOc Turkeys (young) No. 1 .......... 15c Geese ............................. 9c Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs ................. lie Springs, 5 Ibs. up ................. 13c Leghorn Springs ................. Be No. 1 .............................. 24c No. 2 ............................. 15c Cream ................... ^ ......... 29c CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—1929 Pontlac sedan.— Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 59 FOR SALE—Piano. Also vtctrola. Call at or write 520 North Jones St. 50* Big Carnival Dance, Whittemore Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 18th. Ray Keyes and his Royal Ambassadors. Favors for all. Come ejid enjoy yourself. 50 ATTENTION: Small women—one size 14 black dress coat, large grey wolf collar and sleeve trim, this year's model, $68.00 value for $39.75 at C. & H. Annex. 60 FOR SALE—14 mos. old Red roan shorthorn bull.—Charlie Potter, Algona, Iowa. 50-tf FOR SALE—The newest electrical appliance line in Kossuth county. General Electric Products make ideal Xmas gifts.—Shirley Radio & Electric, 204 E .tate. 50 MONEY TO LOAM—I have a few thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. —M. P. Haggard. 34-tf CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is happiness. Consult Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Chiropractor. Res. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tf Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscns Laundry. Phone 367. 49-tt AMBULANCE AMBULANCE—MODERNLY equipped for any emergency. Phone 11, Merrill's Service. 40-tf PRODUCE HIGHEST MARKET prices paid for poultry and eggs.—Algona Produce, phone 9-J. 46-51 Big Carnival Dance, Whittemore Hail, Tuesday, Dec. 18th. Ray Keyes and his Royal Ambassadors. Favors for all. Come and enjoy yourself. 50 PERSONAL—Papa, mama will come home If you .will buy her a new G-S featherweight- Iron efc The Shirley Radio & Electric, across from Foster Furniture. 50 Wanted Big Carnival Dance, Whittemore Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 18th. Pay Keyes and his Royal Ambassadors. Favors for all. Come and enjoy yourself. 50 WANTED—A middle aged couple to work on farm. Lady must be able to keep house. Write Box 101, West Bend. . 48-50* WANTED—Small apartment. One room aind kitchenet. Write c-o Box 371, Algona. 50* Mrs. G. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann, and Mrs. D. E. D«wel and their daughter, Marjorie, returned home on Wednesday of last weeR after spending the thne since Monday in Des Moines where they attended the operas Hansel and Gretel and Faust. MT. and Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn of Des Moines are the parents of a baby daughter born Saturday morning. The child, which Is their first, has been named Elizabeth Jane. Gerald is the ton of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn of thte city. The John McGulre family moved last week into Uie house on Bast Nafta street formerly occupied until recently by the Norman Crawford family. The'CnwfoTds moved into the A. H- Stock house on the corner of Wooster and McGregor streets. White's Grocery Prices For Friday, Saturday, Monday FIRE PLACE, 49 Ib. bag ______ . ___________ $1 68 LUCKY BOY, 49 Ib. bag _________________ $1-78 MOTHER'S BEST, 49 Ib. bag ____________ $1.98 Sugar, 10 Ibs. 52c ' Navy Beans » 5 Ibs. Mother's Cocoa, 2 Ib. can 18c Xmas Candy, asst., Ib. 15c Mixed Nuts, new, Ib. 20c Peanuts, fresh roasted 15c Mother's Chocolate, £ Ib 14c Hershey's Cocoa, 1 Ib. can _15c Coffee, Old Fashion, 3 Ibs. _55c Milk, 3 31k, 1£ r Toilet Paper tissue OC« Smoked Salt, OC r tall cans lut 1,000 sheets, 6 rolls*" 11 ' Morton's Ige can__ Otl *EXTRA SPECIAL-Saturday Only—One Dozen Limit Corn, peas, Bed eBans, String Beans, Carrots, Lima Beans Tomatoes, Pumpkin and Hominy, per dozen cans 1.00 Marshmallows, 1C- tenderized, Ib. ___ ****• Pop Corn, Jap, 2 Ibs. 23c Cookies, asstd. 2 Ibs Black Pepper, 1 Ib. bag 25c Catsup, 14 o*. bottle, 2 for 26c Pancake Flour, bag I9c Butternut Coffee, Ib. 30c Fancy Cheese, % Ib. pkg. 15c Postum Cereal, Ige. pkg. ^ 19c Soap Swift's White Laundry, 10 bars ,. 21c Yellow Soap, 1 Ib. bar, 5 for 18c P. & G. Laundry, 10 bar* ._ 27c How'dy Folks Santa Claus Sent Us This Letter r and husbands should read it! Electric Light Bulbs 1,000 Hour guarantee 3 for 20c (up to 60 watts) MEET ME AT A store is known by the quality of merchandise that it sells. At Christmas time you demand the highest quality because it represents a gift value which is more exacting than your personal purchases of the year, At Chrischilles & Herbst you find quality. You find also distinction— that illusive something that sets your gift oft" from all others. Shop here with confidence and assurance that your friends will not be disappointed in vour eif t to them. 6 Thi.s beautiful modern .store is equipped to serve you. Our sales organization Las been augmented io take care of this season's rush. You will on joy shopping here. AND DON'T— PLEASE DON'T- FOE GET THE ANNEX Thai popular little shop wliieh We have just opened south of tSteele's Cloth- tug store. Here you will find the choir .•>! bargains you ever saw and it will lean lit lie store where votjr dol- ' be a real pleasure to shop in this new, neat lar will always ,uo further. WHY? Because he knew that any of our regular lines . , , A Maytag Washer - a Frigidaire - a Philco or Grunow Radio - a Vega Separator or a Beautiful Skelgas Range Would fill the bill Make It a Practical Christmas by Getting a Year 'Round Gift for the Home at BJUSTROM'S Home

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