The Algona Upper Pes Koines, Algoaa, Iowa, Attg. 19,1937 Sorensen's Friday and Saturday CORN, Standard No. 2 size ___per doz. 95c COFFEE, Tollman's High Grade __per Ib 17c 3 Ibs. 48c TOILET TISSUE ________________ 4 rolla 15c OOBN FLAKES, 2 Ig.pkgs. , In Utility •""*» l pkg, I KRUMBLES 1 J JLES, 1 pkg. DREFT ! lg> pkg> 24c 1 small pkg. Ic Regular 40c Value, all for 25c IVORY SOAP 2 Ig. bars 23c 1 Ig. bar Ic Regular 38c Value, all for 24c MOCK CHICKEN LEGS ___ 7 for 25c VEAL ROAST per Ib. 20c VEAL STEAK OR CHOPS per Ib. 28c PORK CUTLETS per Ib. 28c BEEP BOIL per Ib. 13c Fresh Dressed Chickens Assortment of Cold Meats BUTCHERING STOCK WANTED SORENSEN GROCERY CO. Phones 138-139 5 Deliveries Daily 8-9-10:30, 2 and 4 | 8&WXS8XQ8ffi^^ Knthryn Mhhnch Wed*— Miss Kathryn Misbach was mar Hed at the Misbach apartments I Algona Sunday morning to Carl L Spies of Emmetsburg. The Rev George C. Vance, pastor of the Con gregational church, officiated wit a single ring service in the presenc of the immediate families. Afte a wedding trip into northern Min nesota they will be at home in Em metsburg. where Mr. Spies is an al torney. Mrs. Spies, the only daugh ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Josepl Misbach, was born and reared in Algona, attended the Algona schol and later Iowa State College, wher she was affiliated with the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. The past few years she has been teaching in the Emmetsburg high school. Mr Spies, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Car Spies of Graettinger, Is a graduate of Iowa State University and was a mmeber of Delta Sigma Phi and the member of Delta Sigma Phi and the 4-H Club— ~~"~" A special all day meeting of the Cresco Chums 4-H club was held Tuesday, August 17, at the home of their leader, Mrs. Ralph Brown. The purpose of the meeting was to instruct the girls how to make scrap booklets. Eleven members and one guest were present. After each girl had completed her booklet, a long dicsussion followed. It concerned, namely, the plans for the booth at the county fair and the Achievement Day held at Bancroft at which all 17 members were present. Patricia Matern was elected j county secretary. Pillows were made by Bernice Reaper and Phyllis Maxwell and a dresser scarf made by. Patricia Matern, were chosen to be exhibited at the state fair. Each girl brought a covered dish and luncheon was served at noon. Each girl had an attractive well made booklet to show for her day's work Country Club Luncheon- Forty women attended the one o'clock luncheon served at the club house at the Country Club, Wednes day afternoon. Women serving on the committee were Mrs. D. C Hutchison, chairwoman, Mrs. J. L Bonar, Mrs. J. A. Haggard, Mrs M. G. Bourne, Mrs. H. I* Gllmore Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mrs F. C. Scanlan. Prizes in bridge were received In the following order: Mrs. Joe Greenberg, high, Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. H. M. Olson, second, and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, third. Birthday Party— ' LaVonne Wolcott entertained 12 of her friends at the shelter house at the Call State Park last week Thursday In honor of her 12th jirthday. Invitations were sent out :o the following: Joan Hllsteadt, 3etty Jane LaBarre, Meredith Raney, Juanita Bilsborough, Mary Amunson, Phyllis Walker, Evelyn Jau, Elizabeth Dearsch, Charlotte fohnson, Jeane Guderian, Patricia lull and Miriam Norton. Legion Junior Nine Wing In Ft. Dodge Algona's Junior Legion baseball team defeated the Fort Dodge Juniors, Sunday afternoon at Fort Dodge by a score of 7 to 6. A return game will be played bere this coming Sunday afternoon at the fairgrounds. Fort Dodge took an early lead, but the Algona boys came back strong to edge out a victory. In th» Algona lineup were Devine.. Nelson,. Gilbrlde, McNeil, Thllges, Watts, Siepman, Morley and B- Watts. Algona pounded out five hits, while Fort Dodge got six from Watts and McNeil, but Fort Dodge also contributed six errors while the locals only had two. Surprised on Birthday— Mrs. Albert Hagg entertained a ier home Monday at a surpris tarty honoring the 70th birthda f her mother-in-law, Grandm Hagg. This was the first birthda; party grandma had ever had in al her seventy years. There were ten guests present. A luncheon was served and the afternoon spent so cially. TheMan About f Town Says Little Bobble Kuhn sat on the river bank north of town crying while his dad put hook and bait on his line. Bobbie had. n minute before, lost n fish nnd part of the line. From tears to smiles with the first cast of the new arrangement for he hooked a snag, the line he just lost and a pike fry on the end of it. • • * Jake Toiischer, who makes ready everything for the fair, was painting the floor of the free act stand. Nearing the end, humming or crooning and looking back admiring the expert job he had done a car rounded the race track arousing the thick and dormant dust It settled mostly on the new paint. If one doesn't know Jake, well, his music turned to talking, talking yet, and not of the polite variety. The welcome rain did not only help the farm land, crops, gardens, lawns, etc., but right up in the mid- district It was a " ~ R.ODEO The midwest's greatest rodeo-over 100 famou* coif —4dajrs,8nfeht» «f thrill* chini •«} *gfe GUI Schrader, Colling, M other speed tees battling for the National Circuit championship. Aug. 27,28, Sept 3. FARM EXPOSITION Mammoth itcck ihow, thousand) of farm exhib- IU, 4-H Club Congrcu, machinery thow, women's exposition, hundred* «f aero of marvelous displays. 3-&ING CIRCUS Internationally • famous thrillers; animals, gymnasia, clowns, dareikvib; complete change of program $ecor.J week. "PARADE of STARS •= Cast of 175; America's ~71 l> I ST sr e s t ">ad show. S? MovU) stars, vaudeville -jO 1 stars, 4 nights of thrill- Z-f ing beauty. BEAUTY R i'i moit gorgeous girb competing In "Bridal Ucauty Conlest" each day. STATE 4-H CLUB SHOW 4-li champions of 99 counties, with livestock, farm and home exhibiu, competing for $16,000 in prizes. -Fat to long no one can remember, each rain brought out bucket* to catch watering the An old pall setting In a show window was an odd attraction. That's ended now. A new roof was placed atop the building yesterday for the last rain came through as out a screen. • * * Michael and Jr. Long wore rounding into shape for the football season by extensive and sincere training. The boxing gloves had their part. Jr. let go a haymaker with power and that caught the guard of Roger full force. Roger is nursing a broken forearm. What would it have been hud not Iloger put his arm in front of a face destined for a sure hit? Algnnium motoring in southern Minnesota came upon a filling station with a novel and truthful sign: "Our Business. Selling Gasoline and Collecting State Taxes." Dr. Wulruth sat at a ball game and became more fatigued than the players. The little daughter accompanied him. From the lap to a knee, from the knee to a should- er, from the seat to, every place except where she should be. And a multitude of questions to answer. I; any child knows more about baseball it should be the WalrathV daughter, if she will but remember * * * A welcome notice to the weary nnd warm motorist is that displayed in front of the Harris Brothers station on East State street. A matter of suggestion: "Ice Water." * * * Sort of appreciative to have trade come into Algona. Let's reciprocate and give the buyers the best. The best in parking spaces. On the west side of the Botsford Lbr. Co. is n space used for parking. Cars parked here Tuesday after Monday night's rain. Some were obliged to hire wreckers to pull them back onto the pavement. * * # The weather was hot one day last week. Vic Steil was hot, too. but he spent all morning at poking the typewriter. The typewriter became hot Vic scoured the office floor for a gadget of the funnel shaped kind used to let water slowly drip onto a grindstone. He thought by cooling the machine his fears of burning it up would pass and more work accomplished. * * * A fellow much disliking the color scheme of the fair association is out to change It with his own brush and paint. The tire pover on Bill thij flnt rn,.fcg. adorned. Other fair wHelals are doomed for a change. When yellow was used to an over abundance against the protests of a manager it was too much for him. Yellow for the fourth, yellow for the rodeo, yellow for the fair and auto races. Somebody is going to know how attractive other colors arc. • • • firo. Iliu'knmn, Jr., visiting from Tennessee, says the folks from that state, outside of the mountain moonshiners, enjoy coca-cola in place of hard liquors. Instead of office help and storekeepers going out for a cup of coffee they sip on coke. Tennesee is legally n dry state. Geo. Arndorfers Welcome A Son St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Arndorfer are the happy parents of a baby boy, born last Friday, Aug 13. They now nave a family of five children. Miss Kayser of St Joe Is the nurse In charge. The boy has been named Loren Jacob and sponsors were Cyrfl and Mary Ann Ventelcher. Mrs. William Klein and son and Mrs. Borhaltz visited Monday afternoon nt the Ben Dorr home. Raymond Jeanette from Iowa City is visiting Bis mother, Kather- Ine Jeanette and Brother and sister. Minnie Henry and Agnes FerstF drove"to Kutschara and brother. different points visit relatives. in Wisconsin to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Arndorfer and family of Ackley spent the week end with the former's parents, the Wm. Arndorfers. Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwig and Mrs. Greg Studer drove to Fort Dodge Sunday taking John Ladwlg back who had been visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keene of Whittemore were Sunday visitors at the E. F. Arndorfer home. Mrs. Keene also called on her aunt, Mrs. Huschka. A group of young folks of the church choir drove to Lake Ookobji Sunday for an outing. They had a picnic dinner and all reported a very good time. Mr. nnd Mrs. Greg Studer and John Arend left Wednesday morn- ng to visit nt St. Cloud and Avon Minn., with Mr. Studer's sister, Mrs. tmmcrfall and his brother, Joe Studer's children. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisennarth »nd sons, James and Gerald' of Morgan. Minn., stopped a short time at the Mrs. Anna Huschka home Saturday evening, while on their way to Wesley to visit Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Hildman. Mrs. Harold Oxley, Corwith, Under Knife CorwitrHFalrview: Mrs. Harold Oxley underwent an operation for ippendicitis at the Mason City Hercy hospital last week. She ex- >eets to be able to return to her home next Sunday. Mrs. John Sloan was taken to the Mercy hospital at Mamm City last week. She has been Irr poor health for the past three Weeks. Mrs. Clarence SmJthr and her daughter, Mrs. John F. Paulson entertained the O. E. S. clrele at the Smith home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Lewis Larsen and Mrs. Forrest Chambers drove to Des Moines Saturday to meet Mr. Chambers who has been attending summer school at Columbia, Mo. Miss Betty Shotwell of VTnton, came last week for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lamon SSanders. They, with their guest, spent Sudnay with relatives at Estherville. John Theodore Is the name of an eight pound baby boy born last vreek to Mr. and Mrs. Evan Wfl- hlte. The baby is named after Its tw» grandfathers. Mrs. Wilhlte Is th> former Geraldlne Dunlap. Mrs. J. G. Studer enjoyed a visit last week Friday from her mother Mrs, Dorweilen, her sister Mrs; Charles Seymour and two daughters of Whittemore adn her daugh- ter-lh>-law, Mrs. Henry Studer. Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Severns, Vir ginia; Byron and Barbara Ann, ac companled by Mrs. August Ander son of Britt, mother of Mrs. Sev erns and A. S. Beckman, Kenneth and Donna are spending the week at Arnolds Park. Word was received by relatives here of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs. Clyde Reece at Marshalltown last week Monday. Mrs. Reece will be remembered in Corwlth as Miss Edna Mae Stevens, granddaughter of Mrs. Catherine Shipman. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thompson. Joe Williamson and Miss Edith Wilson drove to Baxter last week Friday to visit at the John Gleaves home until the first of the week. On Sunday they drove to Des Moines to attend the funeral of Marlon Taylor. Announcements were received by friends here last week of the adoption of a baby girl by Mr. and Mrs. George W. Case of Sabula. The little one is seven and one half months old and has been named Diane. Mr. Case was a former instructor in the Corwith school. Mr. and Mrs. Mar: Peterman drove to Rockford last Thursday and their daughter, Mrs. Otis Cook and children who had been visiting at the Otto Cook home, returned home with them. On Sunday Mrs. Cook went to Dubuque for a visit with Mr. Cook, who is in sanitarium there. a T. B. The NEW CALL j AND ^COMFORTABLr Friday-Saturday, Aug. 20-21 It's Timely It's Real Their One Chance to Escape From War-Tom Sunday-Monday, Aug. 22^-23 The Music and Laugh Hit of the year UWAYRES Gilbert ROLAND KAREN MORLEY LIONEL ATWILL WHEN MACK * Our Gang Comedy 'Siring Fever 1 News Tuesday, August 24—Kenny Baker, Jack Benny's radio partner and Prank McHudi in "MR. DODD TAKES THE AIR" Cctbh In on Wont-fid Aunt Dies Mm. Earl Wilhlte received word of Off death uf Iw aunt, MCI. Horace Eltmer, who died Thursday at ier home in HHlsboro, Indiana, 'ollowlng a stroke. The Eltmers ived on a farm, south of Corwlth about 20 years ago. Corwlth Teacher Miss Aline Mnrtinck of Wesley, ourth grade teacher in the Corwlth chools for the past four years, resigned last week to accept a position in the Washington school nt Waterloo, where she will teach art and music. LUSBY'S for School Supplies You'll Find What Yoir Want At This Reliable Algona Store Wrist Watches Elgin, Bulova and Weatfleld W *** h **^*S w §SSfc-« l Pencil Tablets Paint Boxes OJlne—Ink Graph Paper Filler Paper Fountain' Pens Wahl, Eversharp and Parker Duofolda. Spiral Notebooks^ Paint Brushes Chalk—Paste Spiral Notebooks Ciraph Paper .•••••(•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Double Box Crayolas 2 for 25c Thermos Lunch Kit with bottle $1.19 Typing Paper Pads each 8c Loose Leaf Filler Paper 2 for 9c Spiral Note Books , 5 and lOc Fountain Pens . 25c Eversharp Pencils _ _. 10c and 25c Loose Leaf Binders lOc and 25c Girls Dresses 59c Children's School Hose per pair I5c Children's Anklets per pairlOc and 25c Hawcot & Ogg mmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt^mmmmmmmmmmmsfmmmmmmsi Chickens Catch It At Rich Point, Mon. Rich Point: A six-thirty o'clock chicken supper was held Monday evening at the Frank Capesius home. The following families attended: Paul Blacks, Paul Clarks, S. J. Devines, the Bryants, the Lunds, Hugh Raneys, Hal Skillings, J. A. Johnsons, J. F. Blaeka, Leslie Jennins, Henry Lichters of Algona, Julius Winkels of Algona and the George Godfreys, Ames. Greg Ramer, Algona, is putting a new foundation under the center school building. Lyie, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faith, is recovering from a mild case of measles. J. A. Johnson is remodeling his hog houae and piping water to the other farm buildings. Marjorie and Vera Johnson spent this week at Marahalltown with an uncle, Dr. Will Southwick. Evelyn Capesius is working this week at Dr. Schaap'a office in Algona while his regular office girl is taking her vacation. The Gardner family reunion was held Sunday at the Hugh Raney home. Mra. Eva Gardner and her children, Deios, Austin and Floyd Gardner, Mra. Chaa. Patterson of Burt. Mrs. Chester Bailey and Mrs Kuan Raney, and their families were present. Notice Notice is hereby given that sealed proposal* will be received by the .secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent School District of Algona, Iowa, at the High School building at Algona up to the hour of 7:30 P. M., Tuesday, August 31, 1037, for the alterations in the heating plant in the Third Ward School Building, in accordance with the plan., and specifications prepared by B. E. Lancies, mechanical engineer, Des Moines, Iowa. Proposals must be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of the proposal, payable to the secretary of the above named school district. The successful bidder will be required to furnuh an approved bond. Copies of the plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the engineer and at the Algona high school building, and may be obtained upon application to the engineer. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE INDEPENDENT: SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ALGONA, IOWA By LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. 33-31 Blood Transfusion Mrs. Helen Dean was taken to the Mercy Hospital at Mason City Saturday and Monday underwent n major operation. Mr. Dean gave blood for a transfusion Monday afternoon, and she was reported as being very low. Miss Betty Scacc is spending the week with relatives at Sanborn. George Evans, Sr., and son, Harold visited at Eagle Grove and WooUtock Tuesday. Paul Beckman returned last Friday from Chicago where he has been attending summer school. Long's Food Shop Bead over our list of brands of hard wheat flour and make a choice Jersey Cream E-A-C-0 Gold Medal Candle Light Pillsbury's Best Omar Occident We carry most of these brands in full and half sacks and <iold Medal and Pillsbury in 5-lb. sacks. Please Give Us a Call LONG'S We do our own delivering Open 6;30 to 6:30 Phone 214 215 SAVE LONG'S BED COUPONS Shoes For Back To School Days IT'S TIME to coax wayward feet back into the school * path. These smart shoes will help. By fitting the growing foot comfortably, by looking attractive, by wearing well. 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