s?*' Algona tJpper Peg Moines, AlgofaA, towa, Otft. 14> 1987 Alg Fred Will* Off On Kentucky Trip Union: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will left this week Monday for points in Kentucky. Mrs. Rose Loper, Mrs. Will's sister, Is caring for the Will home during their absence. Mairy Gisch, a teacher nt Pioneer, Is home for a two weeks' corn husk- Ing vacation. Mrs. Cora Bacon, who was taken in with arthritis last week, is reported better this week. The Keith Strayer family was released from quarantine last Saturday. Ida Stoftel returned home Monday from Bancroft where she was employed at the Vaske home. Carl Waoge, retired Algona barber, has been In the Kossuth hospital for the past few days receiving medical attention for diabetes. His condition was reported improving yesterday, and his many old friends are pulling for him. Don't Sing The Small Size Blues. Try A DORIS DODSON Chrischilles Store If you are short, small — and have never been able to buy a dress that you didn't have to cut off at the bottom or take in Here's the Answer- DORIS DODSON Doris Dodfion solved the dress problem for millions of smaller women — when she designed a complete rajigfc of attrur-tivt frocks in tiizes 11, 12, 15 Hi.il IT. You'll find thi-m t-xi I--,-.'. tiy .-.t t i-ui.h t'- $2.98 $3.98 S5.98 $8.98 $12.98 WHAT, BULLDOGS READY FOR FRAY Jr. Long Not Probable Starter, But He'll Be In Contest If Algona cnn whip Webster City high on the football field here. Friday night, it will take top ranking as the dark horse contender in the North Central conference. Iowa Falls seems to have the top rung in thr loop, but Algona does not play Iowa Falls. In the Webster City contest. Conch Bergers boys will be tackling thn remainder of a team that last year won the conference title, and did not have an opponent score a point against it during the season. Algona will be badly outweighed. The tentative lineups of the two tennis shows that the visitors will come here with a pair of tackles weighing 200 and 188. but sometimes the bigger they are the harder they fall. That's not a bad slogan for this game, boys: "THE BIGGER THEY COME THE HARDER THEY FALL.." The loop standings are as follows: W LT Pet. Iowa Falls Aleona squad other than starting lineup and numbers: 56. Devine; 58 Ditsworth: 59. Ehrhardt: 61. Deal; 64, Neville; 65. Holmes; 66. Long: 67! Neville <Le\vis>: 69, Jordan; 71, Long (Jack); 74. Morrk: 76, Douglas; 78, Black. Clarion Clear Lnke Eagle Grove Webster City Hiimboldt Hampton 00 LOOO 0 0 1.000 1 0 .668 20 .333 il .000 1 1 .000 1 1 .000 003 .000 Last Friday Clear Lake defeated Eagle Grove. 7 to 6; Hampton tied Webster City. 6-6: Iowa Falls defeated Clarion 18 to 0: Humboldt defeated Ft. Dodge "B". 7 to 0: Al- defeated Manson, 19 to 0. bowling league opened its season on the Barry alleys. Monday evening. Standings after the first two games follow: Team Skelly Oil Phillips 66 Irvington Flowers Lu Verne Wesley Titonka Hurt Jr. C. of C. Court House TENTATIVE STARTING LJVEtTS—NtTWHERS Webster City MeetW No. 67 65 54 61 57 64 55 50 52 5,1 58 Player Petrow Draper Markwardt Mollenhoff Dlckerson . Marvel . Gage Burton Crouse Miller .. McCullough Wt. 180 200 141 175 145 188 150 175 135 170 .175 P09. LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB No. 60 75 «3 72 73 68 70 77 57 58 62 Algona Player Muckey Schulti Wlltawon Anderson Ban wart Oonklin McNeil Michel Lynk Miller No, 133 1*3 160 140 165 175 14S .170 145 145 150 Titonka Nine Wins llth Out Of 12 Contests Uy defeating Ooldfield. 6 to 3, the Titonka high school baseball team won its eleventh game in twelve starts, Tuesday, at Goldfield. Rlpp on the mound for Titonka. allowed but four hits, walked two nnil struck out eleven. • The summary for TitonUs follows: Titonku Brandt, cf Riek, If Rlpp. P Hanson, c Huber, ss Loats, 2b Doege, 3b Buffington. rf French. Ib Ab R H 27 10 Teams Open Bowling Season Vf , ar mm »..- --,_ ,. .u seas in the World War he went to With 10 teams in the race, the "as '" he at t en ded the Wood Moore Is Wed To Oregon Girl Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore received word the first of the week of the marriage of their son, J^*"* 1 - of Salem. Oregon, and Miss Edna Lyle Richards of CorvalHs. Oregon. The ceremony took place Saturday, Sept. 25. at Corvallis. Wood was graduated from the Algona high school in 1916 and attended Iowa State College for a year and a half. After serving over* _ _ ._ .»-- n?*._M Wnr hp went to seas in me »•*/••** •— --Corvallis. where he attended the state college and later was employed for several years in a hoUl there He is now in the circulation, department of the Portland Oregon- W i> 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ian. Swea Huskers In Ring*ted'« Contest The third annual husking contest for northwest Iowa counties will be held at Rlngsted, Friday morning on the Roy Resh farm, a quarter of a mile east of RlngsUd. The entries at noon, Wednesday, were as follows: George Johnson, Swea City; Carl Johnson. Swea Cfty; Emnwtt Anderson, DolHver; Sam Naas. Arthur Kaltvidt, Walter Naas, Kstherville; O Enerson, Gruver; Edwin Janssen, Osgood; Robert Helmers, Rlngsted, and Nels N. Nellsen, Rlngsted. CARNIVAL NETS Wesley: The third annual high school carnival held Friday and Saturday nights went over with great success and brought in total receipts of J392.86 in comparison with J20600 in 1935 and $255.00 in 1936. The cedar chest fund mounted alone to $138.63. and was awarded to Howard Funnemark. Joe Piendergram of Sioux Falls. S Dak.. Axel Carlson, Raymond Hanson and Ed Lickteig. Delores Arndorfer was crowned queen or the carnival, and she also won first prize for largest advance sale of tickets with Mary Adine and June Adel Kunz. second, and Verla Mae Johnson and Donnadelle Haynes, third. Results of the amateur contests on Friday were first place to the Lu Verne high school: second place to Wesley with Jean Bottom and Sylvia Ann Gerdes on their violin duet; third place a tie going to Titonka high school on their tumbling act and Wesley with a tap dance by Lois Marie Bleich and Mary Lou Haverly. HARVEY OLIVE LEWIS, WED JUNE 12 Oood Hope: Harvey W. Reid and Olive Lewis stole a march on their friends last June 12th and accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Knutson of Lake Park, drove to Sioux Falls, S. D., where they were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed at the Presbyter- inn manse by the Rev. Hugh B. Jones of that city. The young people have a host of friends in this vicinity who extend their hearty congratulations and best wishes. They are at home on the John Rei.-t farm in Good Hope community. Going To Arizona Mrs. Jeannette Barker who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Reit! and other relatives the past several weeks left Thursday mom- nig for Klngman, Ariz., where Mr. Barker is employed as a mining engineer and to which place they are removing from California. She will be accompanied by Eddie Cullen of Algona who will assist, in the driving of her new Chevrolet car. Rally Day Sunday Good Hope church will observe its annual Rally day next Sunday. Sunday school at 10:45 at which time we hope to exceed the 100 mark in attendance. Services of special character at the usual hour of worship, 11:45. You are invited. Oirl At Broeaden Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broesder are the happy parents of a 7% pound daughter born Wednesday, Sept 13, at noon. This is the first child of the Louis Broesders and the first granddaughter of the Ed Broesders. The Ed Broesder farm buildings have blossomed out in a fresh coat of paint, applied by Fred Zelgler and his crew of workmen. Mr. and Mrs. W. t ttedds, Mrs. . Claude Seeley and the Misses Ev- r elyn and \Florence Dodds were at Sioux City last Saturday where they visited Bernice Dodds who Is taking nurse's training at the Methodist hospital. . Mrs. Mary Stelnman returned last Saturday from Austin, Minn., after several weeks' visit with Nate Parrs. The Parrs brought her down returning home Sunday via Belmond, where they made a short visit with a sister of Mr. Parr. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott returned Tuesday of last week after several days' visit with the James Maddens and other relatives and friends at Oelwein and Sumner. One day was spent at the cattle congress at Waterloo and another at Niagara Cave and the Clock Shop in the vicinity of Spllleville. Honor Visitors At Butterfield Home Union: Mr. and Mrs. Lou Mathews, an elderly couple of Estherville and their chauffeur, a Mr. Olson, and two of their grandchildren, Leonard and Lloyd, spent Sunday at the Albert Butterfield home. Mrs. Mathews li a stater of Mrs.. Butterfleld and Ben Gould. A covered dish luncheon was held at noon. Those attending were the Ben Goulds, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorenson, south of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer and son, Sheridan, near Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Butterfield, Bart, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson and daughter, Francis, of Union. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—1928 Model A Ford roadster.—August Brown. Algona. 41* FOR SALE—New Monarch electric range. $50. Call 615-W. 41* FOR SALE—Purebred Spotted Poland China boars. Vaccinated. Located 3 miles northwest of Whiton pavement.—Mike Hig- 41-42* temore gins. FOR SALE—2 Guernsey cows, one purebred Guernsey bull calf.— W. J. Barr, Algona. 41* FOR BALE—SO head fall and spring Hampshire Skow, Wesley. boars.—Joseph 41 and43* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China fall boar.—D. L. McArthur. Algonft. 11FM. 41* Other things —. , ... your partner can spoil your game. Not even a trumped ace can be aft annoying as poor ryea at the bridge table. ITraciachea and "10 o'clock" gleepinesH urn often signa that \<>ur eyes nw<l attention. Ha\i; them at- trllljrii 111 UOW. A, W. Amunson OITOMKTItlSrr . r. i:-:' i . f 'ru^' Store A & P Hai The Values I SuiuiynVld All-Purpose FLOUR 24% H,. bag 75c 49 Ib. bag $1.45 10 Ib. bag lona Flour $1.33 "Ife-ht" Flour t» Ib. b»K Pillsburys $1.99 Kitchen Tested Flour IS) Ibo l>lc Gold Medal $1.99 21 !i ll>. littK !»<• Sliiirtcnini; Crisco .. HOENIX Hi-iiltlifiil, iioiirinl.iiiK, 2 doz. 47c I Hi. can Itn 31b. can53c i HI. can in f»tl(f»tiurr Honey _15 oz. jar 19c "Iticli i I'ill! Kodiid ( oir,.- 3 oni- Hi. li Red Circle 43c lii^li I'luvor—Vufiiuui I'iu-k I Ib. i a Condor Coffee 27c Ucl.Maiz < r.iun Ktyli- Corn 16 oz. can lOc Del-Mail Niblets 2-12 oz. cans 27c i rf<-n Giant Peas __2-12 oz. cans 33c L'uiua LemleT 2-lVi ox. <-aJi» Tobacco 15c WttshliiK I'uwder 3 -il oz. |ib|(k. Oxydol 39c Hlui- Burrt-I Ufl ux. pk|(. 57c Soap 3 bars 23c SEED CORN all on rack* before frost, ready (or your Inspection. B»«t I ever ratted with lo-veat prlcei If you buy now.—A. C. Carliilt, Whltumore. tl" FOR SALE—40 Spotted Poland China boars. Good ones. — AnUm Vamen, Rlngsted, Iowa. 3»-44 FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth 4- door touring wJan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West ot Court KouM. 44 FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any size, SOc p<-r roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Lusby's- draff ^ - • • LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest—Edw. Capesius. Helse Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us".—McDonald & Co. 10-tf WINDOW GLASS—Many sizes good quality. Glass put In If you wish. A reasonable price charged for the swwJce. .-Brin*-Jfl^ v»oui< frames.—Lusby*s. 87-48 REAL, BARGAINS on good Improved farms, do real buy* on Algona lot* and home*.—Koh)h»ai Bros., phone 22. I(H ROYAL BLUE FOR SALE— 19S5 Plymouth 2- door touring sedan — Hoenfc Motor Service. West of Court House, 41 FOR SALE-Ford V-8 Touring; sedan with radio.— Hoenk Motor of Court House. 41 ~ FOR SALE— 1936 Ford V-8 pickup.— Hoenk Motor Service. West <jf Court House. 40 FOR SALE- door »t!indiinl si 103fi Chevrolet 4-dun.— Hoenk Motor .'•trid. I'JV For new KOI I SALK--12 H;irlt.v II head of work 40-41* pup six Strvirf Sta- FOR HALK- v,..-kH did.—Johnson tion phone 2'i*. 48 * Foit SALK-lurie Master Chevrolet ttilan, raiiiu. hi-itttr and cloi-.k very i lean Saturdays or Hun- iluy:- .1 I> Morgan, at Misbach A,.t.v 41* BKTTKR HYBRID seed t orn, 931 ml !)4'J stall: < iTtilicii; special dia- ount this fall.-A. C. Carlisle. 41* PENICK'S SYRUP Golden. (rystiil Li b " 32c •;can 33c '22c rc^r- 1 "- 1 '"• : --"- : $1.00 The CHEISCH1LLES Store FrexhFrwtsfs? V ('obbler Potatoes 15 lb. pk. 18c 100 lb. ' Vcllnu (ilulx- Onions 50 lb. bag $1.15 •Ion.lib.Ul Apples bu. basket $1.1 A&P FOOD STORES THt GBIAT ATLANltC AND PXCIJIC 'It* COMPANT CASH PAID for old gold such as dental Kulil, broken jewelry, watch ra»i-s i;tr —Borthardt-M drug und jewulry 41-42 ROYAL BLUE Tliat Famous Jcllico Co; Sold Kxclnsivcly at NAUDAIN'S And What Happened? Karl Schwartz and Gerald Volgt pent from Saturday to Monday isitlng and BlghUeelng in Chicago. Sorensen's. and Saturday PORK ft BEANS, tall cans 3 for 26c ZIP PUFFED WHEAT .-2 for 17c CHOCOLATES, assorted flavors 1 Ib. box 23c COOKIES - -L! Ifc49c CORK, No. 2 size cans — 3f<ir25c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 2 lbs ( l?c £' New Premiums in uhrome Ware Spon, This is the last week to get the,i ;>:T Chicken Fryer or Skillet Assortment of Fresh Vegetables .and Fruits YOUNG BEEF RIBS — Ib. 13c FANCY BEEF ROASTS Ib. 18 and 20c YOUNO BEEF STEAK Ib. 28c VEAL ROAST . Ib. 20c MOCK CHICKEN LEGS 7 for 26c LAMB STEW ~ Ib. 15c Quality Home Butchered Meats Top Price Paid For Eggs SORENSEN GROCERY CO. We Deliver Phone 138-139 %&&S&g&Xa^^ FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS Look For OENUIKB ISJSX The Label Genuine ALPAGORA Warm But Not Weighty STOCKKKS ANT) KEKUKRS— Hi fore you buy si-i- the \UTKK as- soitHKril df white f;i«:e and Angus Mi-if.. li-ifi rs mid i hoicc t alvcs nt tin- (Vr.trul Cooii.-i;itivi' Feeder Y.-ud.i, Si. .laiiits. Minn. Fur furth- ;iti«in. write nr phone 432 Millir N. H Ot:>i-a. in 41-4:i* Wanted VVANTKt' Hoy nr I'ldi-rly riiiin In ilu clu/ri-;- Tony Hiin.iu-.nl, 7K13 Alcoiiii. •*!' \VANTK.I > TO HKN'T -i'rivivt. KiiniKi: clii^i; to Thorii)>.;lo» ; "" .Stillc. Inquire this office. 4 WAN'I Kl>Cirl to iissiKt in fiirn hoini-. No cliildren in fiunily. .I;.mi-:. F. liliK-I-., ' phone HF24. Al Kon;i 4V Miscellaneous NOTK'K K'very want ii'l in Th( Ui.i,,-i l)v.> Moiiu-K with 3400 li 1,-iiion. IN picked up and currivi without t.xtru i h.^rKt in The Sutur iiiK i. 2OOO blanket cirriilu AljioM-i »«'i Alwonu routes h:ili.->fU:<) Wjlll ltn:s'' . l.iaf your pruncrty with TIL fil <'ilpc:.|Un Hl'IM- bllil'li D7-tfj C. S. Johnson Groceries—Hardware Jonathan Apples _8lbs 25c Cranberries lb. 19c Bananas 5 Ibs. 25c Oranges 25c-49c Grapefruit 5 for 25c Sweet Potatoes .5 Ibs. 14c Macaroni 3 boxes 14c Lard 3 Ibs. 49c Hamburger 2 Ibs. 36c Banana Pie filling __, Whole Wheat Flour .-27c Mince Meat . -2 pkgs. 25c Pie Cherries __2 cans 35c Fresh Oysters pt. 29c Sweet Corn -3 cans 25c Wheaties pkg. lOc Certo 2 bottles 43c ABC Coffee.. 3 lb. jar 89c Ct'r«'t' coupons inside) Magic Washer Ig pkg 19c Large Wash Tubs -79c 6 inch Stove Pipe .^_1 No. 12 Grain Scoop $1.59 Post Maul _ 7 _--98c 10 Ibs. Axle Grease 65c The California Weight The Deep Weight This Is tlu- famous fabric proven by scieuco to be WAKMEJt, UOIITEU in woight, and LONClBJt WEARING than the aver- ;i^c «'oat, by a wide niai'^in. An added attru<-tion to Aljmgora is the way the coats tit—about ihe collar and through the shoulders. '(Generously cut models bfe* speak the trend of swagger styling. A brilliant array of rich neva .^hades' awaits your inspection. <•> -.( COMPARE! '
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