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SONBORNTOMERTZ I, AS HE SAILSSEATOWAR WEST BEND :• A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mertz In the McCreery hospital at Whittemore on Wednesday, Sept. 16. He Weighed 7V4 pounds and they have named him Michael James. The father is in the Service and is thought to be enroute on the ocean, A cablegram was sent to him advis- nig him that he is a father, but it Is not known whether he received it or not. •Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Anliker were Algona visitors Wednesday afternoon. (Mr. and Mrs. Lelyn L. Bryan spent the week at the home of Mrs. Bryan's parents nt Oskaloosn. Mrs. Conrad Nelson and son, Dennis, left Saturday evening to spend a few days with her parents nt Osagc. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmusson, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Thacker and son, Fred, were Fort Dodge visitors Monday. Mrs. Walton DeWitt is visiting at the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Al Porter of Fort Dodge. , Mr. arrd Mrs. A. Mikes, Mrs. Har- Throw Pour Scrap Into the Fight Guaranteed Lubricatior TOR OIL (Solvent Processed) Care for your Car —for your Country! Johnson's D-X Station State & Moore Old Mikes and Marilyn Mikes returned Home Wednesday from northern Minnesota. Miss Ruth Amdahl, R. N., of Ft Dodge, was a week end visitor at the home of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdahl. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gronbach and children of Garfield township spent Sunday to Livermore with her mother, Mrs. Ed O'Neil. Miss Veronica Prlester, Mrs. Joe Priester and Pauline Miller left on Friday for Spokane, Wash!«gtoiT, to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rtehardson and daughter of Auburn spent Surr- day at the home of Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Lehigh. •Miss Virginia Laubenthal who it attending a Des Moines business college, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Adam Laubenthal. (Mr. arrd Mrs. Joe Chamberlain and two daughters were callers at the Karl Anderson home in Burt. Mr. Chamberlain and Mrs. Anderson are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek wMl observe the 50th anniversary of their marriage on Tuesday, Sept. 29. They will be at home to their friends from 3 to 5 that afternoon and cordially invite them to call. Miss Harriet Morey of Des Moirrcs visited over Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morey. She is employed by one of the insurance companies there after she finished her schooling at a Des Moines business college. Miss Mildred Faber, R. N., has resigned her position in a hospital at Rochester, Mtan., after spending a week with friends in Minneapolis, arrived home Saturday. She will spend several weeks here then expects to go to San Francisco to accept a position. R. G. Bonnstetter; Was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when a large number of his relatives and friends dropped irr on him to remind him that it was h:-s birthday. The evening was spent in a social way. The self-invited guests brought well filled baskets arid lunch closed a very pleasant evening. DeSarts to Ft. Dodge Chet DeSart, who has been manager of the shoe department in the new Christensen store since its opening four years ago, has accepted a position as manager of tho shoe department of the Montgomery Ward store in Fort Dodge, and will asume his new duties October 5. Mrs. DeSart and their daughter, Judy, wMl join him as soon as they find a suitable home. Chet has been active in Junior Chamber of Commerce work and is at presen' the Vice president of the lloca'l chapter. Throw Pour Scrap inljo the Fight Yes- We Have SLACKS Cn rise kill es Those Hard- to-find, Comfortable, Work and Play Garments Slacks have now become more of a winter necessity than a stimm«r's convenience. Warm comfortable slack s are now a part »f every house wife's, every office girl's — wardrobe. We have a complete line of Wool flannel, wool mixed flannel and corduroy slacks, perfect fitting kind, in all colors and styles and prices to fit every purse, Come In this week and buy yours. The supply is limited because the demand is tremendous. ^^j ;|t, jj , ,, ,,, , , N Part wopl slacks at O>M EA (navy, brown) «p*li«IW Corduroy at $4.75 $5.90 (all colors) [All wool flannels at $5.95 (navy, brown) LARGE SIZES We offer a large sized part wool flannel slack in navy and brown, sizes SO, 32, 34 and 36 at only $4.95 FENTON GIRL'S ILLNESS PUZZLES HOSPITAL MEDICS featon: Clara, 8 year old twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clareiufo Bierstedt, who was taken to RB<SJi- ester a week agro last Tuesday when her condition became quite serMus after a week's Illness, was brought home Tuesday, Sept. 22. Her parents were with her all the time at Rochester. Specialists were called rr on the case, but there was no diagnosis. The case was of a puzzling nature. The family report a little change, but plan to consult doctors elsewhere. W. S. C. S. HOLDS GUEST DAY WEDNESDAY AT CHURCH Circle one of the W. S. C. S. en- tertaf.ned at a Guest Day Wednesday at the .church with Mrs, Elmer Weisbrod and Mrs. Fred Gustsfson as hostesses. Twelve members and 'ourteen guests were present. The program opened with the group singing America followed by a prayer. Two piano selections Were played by Mrs. Gerald Volgt. Gamos were played with Mrs. P. P. Newel n charge. Bernice Prew sang two vocal selections. All were patriotic numbers. Lunch was served. LOCAL METHODISTS AT , DIST5UCT CONFERENCE The" Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman left Tuesday for Storm Lake where they attended the annual Northwest Iowa district conference which opened Tuesday and ran through Sunday.; E. R. Schlei is layman delegate and Peter Hayen- ga and Mrs. S. A. & Smith alternates. Mr. and Mrs. Schlei, M*. and Mrs. Hayenga, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod attended the conference some of the time. Mrs. O. H. Stoeber and Stephen and Mrs. Ralph Rtedel attended a shower honoring Mrs. William Phillips of Albert City Wednesday afternoon at the Reber Tatman home. Band" officers are: Bernice Prew, president; Esther Ruhnhe, vice president; Robetft Berkeland. sec* retary and treasurer; Joan Meyers and Kathryn Bleckwenn are libar- ians. Mrs. W; R. Wblfe and Edith en.* teittalned at quilting on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting were Meff- dames G. R. Krause, M.'.nnie Dreyer, Frank Dreyer, Henry Tlemah, Thco. BleckWehn, E. C. Fauerby, Stewart Whitniore and Don Weisbrod. Mrs. Herman Luedtke and Erv.'-n took Esther to Guthrie Center, oh Thursday where ,the latter has employment. Eiither works for thn Farm Security Administration anil prior to dier transfer to Guthrie Ceniter, she worked In Spencer. The W. S. C. S. will meet ori Thursday, Oct. 1. Devotions will be led by Mrs. R. F. Laabs. Lesion leader is Mrs. Freelqve Weisbrod. Hostesses are Mesdanies Stewart Whltmore, Derwood Kern, Don Weisbrod, Will Voigt,.W. J. Weisbrod and Roy Chrlschllles. •Mrs. Hans Baago, county chairman of the Legion Auxiliary, entertained the unit presidents of the county at a one ^o'clock luncheon at her'home Tuesday, Sept. 22. Dur- .'•ng the afternoon a school of instruction was held. Mrs. S. E. Straley and Mrs. George Jorgenson of the Fenton unit attended. :.^tft^,' *•'.'•>>•' ,- filassifie -,*, CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. No agents commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order, they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Baby .basket in good condition. Call 996. SS-39 FARM FOR SALE—160 acres, 4Mj miles south of Swea, City. Well improved and level. $18,000.—Brown Brothers, 501 Lehmann Building, Peoria, 111. 37-39* FEEDER CATTLE and Breeding Ewes on., hand at all times.—Sid John, Burt, Iowa, located at the head stockyards, Elmore, Minn., and Lakota, Iowa. 38-39* FOR SALE—Registered Guernsey bull, yearling, and several heif- sj—Wayne Mechler, Titonka. 38-39* BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or' Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-tf •LOJST—Billfold containing money, drier's license, spcial security card. Return- license and security card. Leave at Upper Des Moines office. 39* FOR SALE—Desirable modern residence property in Algona to settle estate. If interested, see C. B. Murtagh, administrator. 39 FOR SALE—A two-wheeled trailer with good tires. Come quick if you want a bargain.—E. C. Bierstedt, Burt, Iowa. 39-40* FOR SALE—/ MoCormilck-Deer- ing one row picker with power take-off. Reasonable. Call McEnroe Bros. 519. 39-40* 'FOR SALE— High grade Hoi- stein heifers, all ages. Also springing cows.—Henry Tieman- and Sons, Fenton. 39* 'FOR SAIJE—Hawaiian guitar, $6.50. Practically new. Inquire at Richardson Hardware. 39* FOR SALE—75 Auster White pullets, ready to lay. One dollar each. Call 221,-^ess G. Deen. 39* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars, heavy boned. % mile west, 6V4 miles north of Wesley.— Ubbe Meyer. ' 39* (FOR SALE—Registered Guernsey bull, weight 850. ''Guaranteed breeder. Also double geared pump ja.cks, If'ke new. Want young Shropshire buacks.—Edwin Hanselman, LxlVerne. 39-40* IFOR SALE—Farmall tractor, cultivator, 18 inch plow, disc and harrow. Also all household goods.— Stanley Larson on Dale Acreage, Algona. 39* FOR SALE—Seven yearling bulls $125.00. Ten cows, five to eight years old $150. All pure bred Herefords, Dom.ino breeding, cows registered, ready to drop calves from best bull in Palo Alto county. I am offering good salary for some farmer to take charge of this herd of J25 cows and calves.—C. N. Haas, Rodman, Iowa. 39-42 USED MACHINERY Oliver 70 tractor on rubber with cultivator, lift, PTO, starter and lights. WC Allis-Chalraers tractor 2 I. H. C. Reg. Farmall tractors. 10-20 International tractor , a I. H. C. F-12 tractors 3 two-bottom John Deere plows 26" Woods thresher, good Oliver manure spreader 6 h. p. gas engine % T. steel box for pickup truck >10" burr mill 4-wheel rubber tired traMer, licensed 2 Pumpjacks. Cream separators. We have as yet new plows, harrows, spreaders, feeders, corn binders, hammer mills, ensilage cutters, 1 "C" A-C tractor. Bradley Bros. South of Hotel Algona Phone 7] 4 GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 39 Wanted WANTTED—Would like to buy a small short-haired dog, House broke Call 3W-J. 39-<W WANTED—25 used coal and woot heatrs.—Coast to Coast Store. 89 BJJY OjUD BUD Store, WANtTED—Young man to learn hotel business.—Hotel Algona. 39 FOR SALE—One horse power electric motor. Phone 214.—^Algona Food Market. .30 WAWED — Gasoline operator, man or woman for Viking Station in Britt, Iowa. Commission last month on gasoline only over. $100.00 —Viking Oil Co., Algona, la., E. B. Carlson, Mgr. SS-39 WANTED —Women for poultry dressing work. Good wages.—Swift & Co. 38-39 For Rent FOR RENT—2 adjoining rooms irr Haggard & Pete'rson office building. Also one small office room. See J. W. Haggard or June Corey. 39 Lost-Found Miscellaneous THE SEXTON LADIES' AID will hold its annual friend chicken supper and bazaar October first, beginning at 5:30 at the Sexton hall. 25c and 50c per plate. 39* IF YOU ARE ENTTTLED to buy a bottle gas stove or oil heater, see us.—Gajnble Store. 39 SAFE FARM LOANS. Good farm years take care of payments on your loan -in lean years. Let us tell you how Aetna Life's new farm loan plan does it. . For complete terms write or call Hutchison n Hough. 36-42* A LIMITED NUMBER of water- tanks and hog feeders on hand.— Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-39 DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors, brown, blue, dark green, pink, peach and red, for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25o. - 34-tf WE WILL FURNISH capital and train you if you can spare at least eight hours weekly to build up very profitable business'of your own. No experience or investment. required. !r-Wfm>na Monument Co., Wlnona, Minir. ' 39* DENATURED ALCOHOL for car radiators. 79c per gallon.—Gamble Store. 39 SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with rcxll of tape, $1.40 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. • -34-tf COOD HOPE CHURCH FLAG FOR SERVICE MEN Union: A service 'flag was dedicated Sunday, Sept, 20th, at the CJood Hope church for boys of the congregation who ate serving un'- cle Sam. The flag "contained ele* ven stars. It is 24 by 36 inches in size, and has a -red background with a white center and the blue stars placed In V-shape ort the white. The honored are:, , Raymond Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs,.'Archie Walker, army; James Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore, army; •Mrvln Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gardner, air corps; Paul Wille, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Wille, army; Allen Sarch'et,..son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet, army; Clifford Teeter, son of Mr. and Mrs.'p. A. Teeter, army; Ralph 3mlth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, navy; John Milton Gardner,, son of Mr. and Mrs. DelOs Gardner, navy; Gerald Romstad, son of Vfr. and Mrs. Olaf Romsatd, navy; Eugene Broderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Broderson, navy; Oliver Plumb; 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, army. The church Was filled with friends at the dedication services. Rev. Schaper presided, assisted by Maxine Dittmer. Special prayer was g^ven. All the parents of the boys were present except Mr. and Mrs. Dlaf Romstad who now reside in Des Moincs. Mrs. Presley Sarchet, grandmother of Gerald, pinned Ills star on the flag. Two fathers were absent, Mr. Walker and Mr. Plumb. Following the solemn service the flag was hung in the front of the church where It will be a weekly reminder of those who are sacrificing so we might survive. The W. S. C. S. was entertained recently at the Glen Teeter home. Vtesdames Will 'Rath and Orln Rutledge were assisting hostesses. •Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gardner received a cablegram that their son, Vfervin, who is in the air corps, had landed safely at a foreign port. He was on Presque Isle, Maine, at last reports. •Howard Sarchet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet, left Saturday, Sept. 19th, for Ames. He drove his car and will board with the Frank Thorpes, former Algonians there. He 'is taking an agricultural course. Say re Winkie, who is taking a science course at Ames, left Friday evening, Sept. 18, by train. BUY YOUR sales books at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. A sales slip with every purchase. I5o each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf WE WELL PAY top prices for late model used cars; Also older cars that are clean with good tires. —Percival Motors, Dodge and Plymouth, 38-39 STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 65. Jl-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona. Iowa. »-tf FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 26c per film. Lusbjr ft Giossl 24-tf BEE ME FOR R*aJ Bargains |i forms, lotuu, drainage surveying and estimates oh tll»-—Phil J. gobl boa*, phone 89, Algona. 18-ti Mrs. J. K. Rippentrop Has 84th Anniversary Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. John Rah, Anna Bleeker and Johanna Mennenga, all of Wellsburg, arrived on Wednesday morning at'the John K. Rippentrop home to help Mrs. Rippentrop celebrate her 84th birthday. In the evening most of the children called and .'.ce cream and cake, was served. Mrs. Rippentrop received some fine gifts and 26 birthday cards that day. > LOCALS! • Mr*, glfttid JT&eotaori At MUwfttt< kee came the first of last weok for a visit at the htfffle of Mr. am) Mrs. W. T. (Jlojjsl. • , Mr. ftnd Mm, I/. J. DloldnOen of Des Moines spent the week end In AlgBna at the home of Mr*, Dickinson's sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison-. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Baley moved Tuesday of fast week to St Paul where Glenn Is golhg into defence wdrk. He has ,lJeert employed the past year at the Johnson D-X station. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osterbawer of Rockford, 111., came Sunday for a few days With the former's slstei-, Mrs. Ann Fechner, and with Mrs Osterbauer's sister, Mrs. Carl Hur chins, whMe Bd is looking after farm interests. Virgil Frnser, who ft* l« the navy service at Jacksonville,' Fla./ dame Monday for a week's visit With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.;A. Fraser. Vf.rgll is an aviation machinist'? mate, third class, and has been In thff navy 14 months."' Kenneth Lynk wilt leave Thursday for eattle, Washington, after fe ten day visit'In "Algona with Ma parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynx Kenneth .'s employed .at the-Boeing Aircroft-fllant in Seattle. He drove through with a friend, Bob Miller, who is visiting in Ottuniwa. Floyd Pierce and Jack Johnston, Jr., are expected home' some time this week from 'Alaska where they spent the summer while; both were emplyoed by the Dusenberg contracting firm of Clear ,iLake .'« building the new road from the U. S. to.Alaska. About thirty-five of the men are coming home-at this time, but the two mentioned are the only ones from Algona. ~ Mrs. R. L. Padgett had as guests last week her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rouse and her mother,-Mrs. Marie Krause of Ayrshire and another s.'ster, Mrs. C. B. Meyers of Corwith, who were here Thursday, and another sister, Mrs. Katherine Reed of Humboldt who was.here Saturday. Mrs. Padgett and two sons, Harold and Bobby, are living at the Dr. L. W. Fox home this winter whUe Mrs. Fox and son, Billy, are in Arizona in the interests of Billy's health. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krogh of Mason City are leav.'.ng this week for Oakland, California, where the former expects to enlist in the navy. Mrs. Krogh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McKee, former Al- gonans, are now living in Oakland and Mrs. Krogh plans to be witi ithem for .a time. The Kroghs have, been living In- Mason City since the:-r marriage about two years ago. Mrs. Krogh is the former Ruth McKee who was society editor of the Algona Upper Des Moines a few years ago. JUSTICE COURT ONLY TWO CASES THE PAST •>• (Merle Weaver, Irvlhglon ship, Aled information against his father,- SUmer E, <WeaVet» on September 14 for burglary wlth6ut, aggravation, fn the ineantlm* the elder Weaver' Wft for «»e Dakota wheat fields. Upon returning he was picked up here yesterday and brought Into justice lOstwinkle's coUrt. Following a, conference the younger Weaver withdrew, the charges and the case was dismissed. Merle Weaver paid the costs. • , fiarly Sunday morning Chas. Sutler, of LivermoreV r tyas picked up by Patrolman HutchlnsOn bSbause Of a defective exhaust on h!a car permitting loud bangs and bpoma as' he traveled on his 'watffto the* Chrome. On Monday he'Said-110 and costs In Justice OstWln-Sle's' court. However, later the same Sunday morning he was also plek- Bd up by the city polled for the same disturbing the quiet and on Monday was halecLJntd Mayor Rohl- haas' court where he donated a fine and costs to the- crty. Bl iEAOfrA V***| pfc.w'Mjf •«•«•- — « r CJty, reoeivea & telephone efttt ffdW theft (Seft,',ft»bert,>«iftde frofft *few Ybfft SfttWdfty night, Me reported, that-he" had been ft wiewber of a. efetf 6ft a slhlp «*ieh had been toe- ,doed aftd they abftnddnftd 8h p out returned and Brought the ship, to port. He Is.ft gun pointer For Sate.- Portable Mill One J. B. Portable Mill with Wattkesha'/' 6-eyltnder motor, used two years, and '3fl Chev- vy 'truck i with practically ,ijew tires. Priced 'right. Want to sell now^ J. F, Quinn & Son, Lone Rock, lowai Mrs. Sam Gibson was honqrqe at a surprise stork shower Saturday evening at Mrs. Jake Kocklers. Cards were the entertainment. Many nice presents were received..Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Jake Kockler and Mrs. Sylvester Kocklcr. , With hybrid corn, the .Important thlnft l« NOT where the seed was flrow,n, but how It performs whece you plant It. The best way to compare varieties and decide which ones suit you the best is to see them growing side by side in a soil and climate similar to yours. That's whyUeKalb has more than 3300 proving grounds or demonstration fields, scattered throughout the corn-grbwing areas. Another reason why you should visit your DeKalb proving ground Is to keep acquainted with the newest varieties that DeKalb is continually perfecting. Be sure to visit the DeKalb proving ground in your neighborhood. Your DeKalb dealer will be glad to show you the varieties that you are Interested in and what they will do for you on YOUR FARM. HYBRID CORN Eugene Hood Iowa* F. C. ZENDER. Owner • ZEN DIE IPS "VALUES SUPREME,"' IN CLOTHING FOB MEN AND BOYS 109 k %^ Street Algona, Iowa ADDING MACHINE Rolls for gale at the Algona Upper Dei Moines. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 forWc. 34-W Exchange Dept Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite* Breakfast sets. Buffets. Radio* and W«*hers Bjustrom'4 Furniture 43HM IF YOU NERD a rubber «t»mi Cor any purpoM, y»n| cant order toew it ThB Algona Upper Pt» MoUft«* OOP MM) UP. Dear Friends: • In another, crisis iihan tJite, Eudyard Kipling wrote: " The wisest thing, I suppose That a man can do for His land ' Is the work that lies under his-nose With iihe tools that lie under his hand.'' i * \ When this great country of our was in the building there were men of vision who useM the available tools most wisely to lay the foundation for the gigantic Industrial Enterprises on whose shoulders now jests the burden of our deliverance. - ' , Were it not for Big Steel, Big Motors, Big Railroads and Big Bombers in Big Quantities, this Country would be in a whale of a mess at this writing. ' In this connection I.want to call your attention to the Mr, "Bigs" of our own clothing world. I speak of th,e Oai&ej maflufacturters' ,by whom it is our pleasure to be served at this time< These manufaetiwv ers.are al>le to carry on supplying "Our Boys',' with the clothing tfcey nee4 that they 'can man the weapons turned out by Industry, and at tfce same time keep 1 vital supplies coming to keep the "Howe tfronj" well supplied, * You will find us well stocked with merchandise High in Quality Standart^—ready for you? <Hanft>rt and enjoyment, We appreciate be ing able to serve you for your dotting needs, ! BE A MB. BW*-BPT W>&|'! ! I

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