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Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Langer- mnn have received word from David A. Naevc, who recently enlisted in the army. He would be Kind to hear from any of his former classmates and friends. His address is: Pvt. E-l David A. Nacvi', RA 17G0 7832, Co. E, 5th UN., 3r.t Ti«. Basic, 3rd PH., Fort l ,i -iiiiard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Ardath M. Paul entered the hospital at Iowa City last Thursday. Friends may write to her at Ward C 33. S.U.I, hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. — • — Waldo Walker has been hospit- aliwd this past week in the West Union hospital, and is expected to return home soon. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinkley of St. Paul, Minn., visited ov.er l .'ie wc ek-ewl with her mother, Mrs. Clint Ostrander. The Kenneth Hinkley family of Decorah were also Sunday guests in his rrandmother's home. — »— The "Open House" at the Grace Lutheran Church in Fayette on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1, honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Art Quandt was attended by a large crowd, as was also the open house at their home that evening. The children of "The Quandts" sponsored the events. —« — The Volga River Riders will hold their regular monthly meeting Saturday evening, Oct. 7, at J! p.m. at the Farm Bureau building. All members are asked to bring their validated book covers and stamps. — *— Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliter and family were Sunday, Sept. 24, dinner guests in the Clyde Sliter home at Lamont. Other guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of Donovan, III. The event honored the birthdays of both Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliter and Mrs. Miller, also the 11th wedding anniversary of the Eugene Sliters, which was that day. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylcn Bierbow- re have purchased the Mrs. Vivian Richards residence and moved Monday from the rooms in the rear and basement of their barber shop. Sunday afternoon callers in the Howard Roberts home were Mrs, Laurel Steffen, Skip and Eddie, and Lee Mcntin and Gladys Gorman of Oelwein. — • — Saturday evening guests in the Howard Roberts home were, Mrs. Betty Murphy and daughter, Dorothy of Wadena; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts, Jr., and family, Oelwein; Phyllis Morgan, Eddie and Merlin Roberts of Winona, Minn. Movie slides of the Volga River Riders Horse show and of those taken on the Robert's trip to Black Hills and Yellowstone Park were shown. _« — Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Yarrington, Edinburg, Texas, after a visit Jn the homes of her brother, J. H. Herwig left for their home. On the way they will visit friends at Davis City and Leon, then Mr. Yarrington will be honored at the Homecoming at •Graccland College, Lamoni. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockwood left Friday for their home at Washington, D.C. after a month's visit with his parents, the Lewis Lockwoods and other relatives. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer went tiiis week to New Orleans, La., to visit in the homes of their son, J. D. and grandson, Steven. —•— Allen Davis of Ames visited over the week-end in the parental Jim Davis home. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herold, of Ft. Atkinson, were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Davis. Mr. Herold and Mr. Davis served together in the 82nd division, Camp Gordon, Ga., in the first World War. — •— Mrs. Florence Bonjour, Ralph, Bernice and Clayton and Mrs. Russell Dickinson attended funeral services for James Flynn at Hampton, Monday. Supper guests, including the Joe Langerman family, were entertained at the Willie Langerman home Monday evening honoring Mrs. Joe Langerman's birthday of Oct. 1. — • — Mrs. Helen Whitley, Elkader and daughter, Mrs. Donne Kuhen, Rosaland and iRoger, of California, were Wednesday afternoon callers in the Will and Howard Landas and Howard Roberts homes. —«— Tuesday evening, Sept. 26th, supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund were: Mr. and Mrs. Art Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund. The occasion was to honor Roger LunJ's birthday. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and Jean Ann. Cowles were callers Sunday eve ning at the Everett Loomis home near Arlington, to see Mrs. Alma Loomis who had returned home from the Manchester hospital a few days previous. —•— Week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles were her aunt, Laura Seavcrt of Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; also, her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Seavert of Springfield, Minn. Other dinner guests with them Sunday at the Cowles home in thfelr honor were*. Mrs. Mary Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, all ol Fayette; Mrs. Lillian Trout and Gary, Hawkcye; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bahlman and girls, Sumner; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cowles and the Curtis Chensvold family, West Union and the Robert Cowles family, Ossian. MR. FARMER Why Sell Your Soybeans Below The Support Price? CHECK WITH THE FAYETTE SOYBEAN MILL They have a bonded Warehouse with approximately 80,000 bu. storage available for your convenience. Call 119 Fayette or 144 West Union. FAYETTE SOYBEAN MILL Fayette, Iowa — CALLING ALL DANCERS — REGISTRATION FOR DANCE CLASSES IN FAYETTE Will Be Held From 9:00 A. M. to 12 Noon SATURDAY, OCT. 7 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY GYM FOR BOYS & GIRLS — AGES 5 to 15 YEARS PATTI WELLS-INSTRUCTOR Dairymen and Cattle Feeders BOOK your FEED NOW FOR IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE DELIVERY Lowest Costs — Guaranteed Price Protection During the month of October NUTRI - PAK COMPANY is ACCEPTING FEED BOOKINGS on your needs till next May 31. Price Guarantee against increase and protection against decline. NUTRI - PAK 32% DAIRY BALANCER Combination ol select soybean. Linseed and Cottonseed Meals plus corn gluten, distillers grains. Guaranteed high levels of vitamin A and D. Rumen factors from trace minerals, yeast, rumen bacteria and Enzymes. $8850 Per Ton NUTRI - PAK 32% BEEF SUPPLEMENT Balanced Proteins from Soybean and Linseed meals plus corn gluten meal and dried grain solubles. High levels of vitamin A and D and phosphorus. Rumen factors from cane sugar, yeast, enzymes, rumen bacteria, and molasses. $8600 Per Ton SEE DALE REYNOLDS — HI way 18 West. West Union, Iowa JOE BARNES — Alpha Co-op Creamery Or Order Direct From NUTRI-PAK COMPANY FAYETTE, IOWA Now! Lowest cost in years for LENNOX 8AS HEATING Ho money down! JAKE UP TO 155 WEEKS TO PAYOR ADD TO wm mm MOKXGP&E You may be wastino enough money up the ciiimn.. to pay tor a new, thrifty Lennox gas heating sy: tern! Special steel heat exchanger gets more be~: from each therm of gas ... the Hushtone Blow*., circulates conditioned air for comfort—steady within a fraction of a degree. Phono for free est-. • mate today. E. H. CARLEY Plumbing & Heating Saturday, October Welcome — A special welcome to all the returning alumni who come back to their campus at homecoming time for a short visit. We're proud of ail our former students and are sure they feel a great pride in being a member of the U.I.U. family. We invite the alumni and all other residents and visitors to take part in all of the activities which ara scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 7 and Sunday, Oct. 8. The faculty members of Upper Iowa will be at your service and will be happy to accommodate you. ATTEND THE GAME HOMECOMING SCHEDULE Friday, October 6 — 12 Noon — Classes Dismissed. 6:00 P. M. — Bonfire at football field. Saturday, October 7 — 10 A. M. — Homecoming parade. 11:30 A. M. — Alumni Business Meeting. 1:30 P. M. Homecoming Football Game. Fayette high school athletic field. 4:00 P. M. — Open house at the home"of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Garbee. 4:00 P. M. — Reunion of class of 1946. 5:30 P. M, — Smorgasbord banquet in Colegrove Auditorium. '" 9:00 P. M. —- Homecoming Ball. 10:00 P. M. — Coronation of Queen. Attend The Game Be sure to attend the exhibit of ceramics by Paul C. Denny, Jr., assistant professor of art, on display in the Colgrove - Walker lounge. Sunday, October 8 10:30 A. M,~ Homecoming Convocation.