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i,OF LAKOTA, OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Lakota: Relatives ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ennen surprised the couple last week Sunday when they came •with food for dinner to help them celebrate their 26th wedding air nlversary. Henry Olthoff and Etta Ennen were married October 3rd, 1917, and have l.'.ved on the farm north of Lakota ever since their marriage. They have a family of two boys and two girls, Mervln In Australia with the armed forces and Harold, Ruth ami Vera at home. Relatives attending were Mrs. Olthoff's aged father, Rempt Ennen and his brother, E. Ennen, the Roy Ennens of Lone Rock, the Jasper Steenhards and the Vance Lesters, of Swea City, the Henry En> nens of Elmore, the John Miners of Spring Valley, Minn., the Rufus Olthoffs, the George Ennens and the Chris Asmussons all of Lakota. Friends who came to offer congratulations were: Messrs, and Mesdames Nick iKoppen, Dave Patterson, Clarence Edwards, William Ukena, Ed Wlese and Mrs. William Aalderks and Ray Becker. Ths honorees were presented with a purse of silver and several other gifts of silver. REV. AND MRS. QUOTE GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY IA farewell party for the Rev. and Mra. N. F. Grote was held in the church dln'ng room last week Monday evening. Games and refresh orients furnished entertainment. They were presented with a nickel- plated copper singing teakettle. Both the Rev. and Mrs. Grote gave a nice talk after the presentation by Edward Hagge. The 1 Grotos left the latter part of last week for their new charge at Armstrong. The Cyrus Renshaws, Mason City visited the Ray Hertzkes last week Sunday. Mrs. Guy Bceitter enjoyed a visit last week with her sister, Mrs. S. W. Hartwell and son, OrvMle of Buffalo, N. Y. E. Ennen suffered a stroke early last week at his home with the Henry Klines but is reported as a little improved. C. Diaz, the Mexican who has worked for Charles Gutknecht for several years is seriously ill at his home with pleurisy. Mrs. William Bauxnan was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednesday for a major operation. Mrs. Bauman has not been well for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hans, Wil- mar, Minn., spent last week Wed nesday and Thursday visiting wit Albert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pet er Hans, and other relatives here Arthur Hasting and daughter Audrey, enjoyed a visit with Mrs j. O. Converse and son, John, o Minneapolis recently. Mrs. Con verse Is a daughter of Mr. Hast Ing. (Lola Schroeder left last week Tuesday from Algona via train fo a visit with Mra. Kenneth Hoffman at St. Johtusbury, Vermont. Mrs Hoffman Is the former Janice In lay, sister of Editor Inlay. The W. S. C. S. officers enter talned the Methodist women at the church last week Wednesday after noon at a social meeting. The date of the annual bazaar and chicken supper was set for Saturday, Nov 7th. Plans were discussed ant committees appointed. J. G. Ferguson Writes From the Canal Zone In a letter written to his mother here, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, John writes of conditions in the Canal Zone where he has been located he past nine months on government projects which have to do with planting to prevent land slides along he new locks recently completed as well as to conceal fortiflcatfoirs and other government projects. He s now located at Diablo, a new own created by the building of the new locks. He tells of the town of David, the third largest town in the Canal Zone, with a population of 15,000 but covering no more than the area of a town of 3,000 in the states. It has a park and a band stand about which the people parade Wednesday and Saturday nights and "chew the fat" much as we do .'•n the states. Stores are scattered through the residential district aiTd consist usually of the front ropm in a home. The main street has ice cream parlors and cantlnas, the latter being places where the natives quench their thirst, Their dry goods stores have a few suits and many bolts of colored cloths There are a few frame houses and some concrete block houses, the latter owned by the more rich folks, but the larger part of the town "-s made up of "dobe." "The land is very level and we could have driven off the road but soon or later we would have hit a two-foot ant hill and then there would have been h to pay," he says. The OREGON BIEGfiERS FLY HERE TO VISIT LUVERNE PEOPLE JUiVernyj: M<r. and Mrs. Dave Blegger, Coqullle, Oregon, are here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank filegger, south of LuVerne farmers, and other relatives and friends at Llvermore and Fort Dodge. They came by plane, the United Air Lines, and Mr. and Mrs. Blegger met them at Omaha. There were 21 passengers on the plane and they found the trip most Interesting. Their trip home by plane did not prove as interesting as the first as they traveled by night and the visibility was poor; usually they can see several towns at the same time. They will return home next Monday. He expects to enter the service Oct. 21. The trip was made in about nine hours. A party was given .'« their honor Thursday evening attended by old friends and neighbors. The evening was spent playing cards and visiting. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES MET WITJH MRS. BAGER The ladles of the Presbyterian Sidles Association met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eil 3ager with 19 Iadi«s in attendance. Alaska" was the subject of the missionary lesson with 'Mrs. J. L. ~iichty leader. Mrs. Guy Trauger las charge of the devotional and tfrs. J. E. Rankin read a very in- erestlrrg article '<Leaves from an Alaskan Scrap Book.' Mrs. Irvin Chapman's subject was "The Gifts »Ve Offer." The hostess was as- isted in serv.'.ng by Mrs. Aksel STellson and Mrs. Martin Larson of 'orvvlth. A tray lunch was serv- d. The next meeting will be at he home of Mrs. I. H. Benedict on „ 21. land is grazed by hundreds of horses running wild and about an equal number of cows. Those from here who will leave Algona Friday morning for Des Moines to be inducted in the army are, Stanley Brogan, Ellsworth Heidenwtth, Melvin Heinrich and Norbert Zumach. Pepsi-Cola Is made only by Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge V. a C. & HOLDS PARTY "" AT COMMUNITY HALL The W. S. C .S. of the Methodist church held a birthday party at the community hall Tuesday afternoon with approximately 70 ladles in attendance; The 12 months were represented by 12 tables, each decorated In keep.'-ng with the month represented at that table and the centerpieces were very clever and original. The guests were seated at the table representing their birth month. Each table hostess was responsible for one program number and included a musical and literary number. Ice cream and cake were served and a social time was enjoyed. At the general meeting of the aid next Wednesday, Oct. 14, Mrs. Ed Hof, Mrs. C. C. Cote, Mrs. K. E. Whitney and Mrs. Laverne Jefferies will be hostesses. Devotionals will be led by Mrs. John Voss, Jr., and the missionary topic is "Women in Latin America." Mrs. George Wolf will have charge of the social hour. BAND MOTHERS' CLUB HOLDS FIRST MEETING OF YEAR The Band Mothers' club held the first meeting of the school year on Wednesday evening with the officers serv.'.ng as hostesses. They are Mrs. J. A. Nelson, president, Mrs Frank Sanford, vice president, and Mrs. Chas. Wolf, secretary and treasurer. Due to other social events the same evening there was a small attendance but the group spent an enjoyable evening playing Qrcnbach returned Thursday front a fivhing trip in Minnesota. Mr, arid Mrs. i, S. ShultiTiaVe received the announcement of' the birth ot their first great grandchild, a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jame* ball on Oct. 4 at Chesterfield, Indiana, Mrs. John Ramus was called to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday fay the serious Illness of her sister, Mrs. Donald Gowan, the former Carmen Wermerson. Little hopes were held then for her recovery but there was a slight change for the better the last of the week. Mrs. Harold Phillips entertained Thursday afternoon In honor of her mother, Mrs. H. W. Helmlck, who Is visiting here from Brighton, Iowa. Guests were Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Flora Ran«y, Mrs. A. W. Dlmler, Mrs. S. F. Philips and Mrs. Paul Phillips. The cemetery association met at the commua'.ty hall Thursday afternoon with an attendance of 28. This following ladles had charge of the covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Kate Barton, Mrs. Irvin and Frank Chapman were the hostesses. A short program was given Including a talk by Frank Clapsaddle, which proved to be Interesting. Mrs. Earl Leaderham, the former Mrs. Elmer Green, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Grant Henderson, recently. She was enroute from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the Leaderhams had been making their home, to California. Her daughter, Mrs. Edith Shepherd, also visited here and at the Fred Pooch home at Llvermore. A birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Mrs. F. G. Hagist and C. W. Patterson as given at the I. H. Benedict home Monday evening. The table was laid for 13 and a two course dinner was served. The table arrangement consisted of a beautifully decorated birthday cake, made by Janette Mason and chrysanthemums. Those present besides the honor guests were Mr. Hagist, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman and son,'Robert, Mr. and Mrs. F. I, Chapman and Janette Mason. October 4 was a red, letter day for Russell Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs, H, H. Phillips and a birthday dinner honoring his seventh birthday was given with a dinner at their home that evening. The table arrangement consisted of autumn flowers and a birthday cake. There were 12 guests and included the two grandmothers, Mrs. S. F. Phillips of LuVerne and Mrs. W. H. Helmick of Brighton, the Paul Phillips family of LuVerne, Miss Dorothy Helmick of Dallas Center and Miss Arelon Boyson of Lu- Verne. A musical program was given after dinner by the children much to the amusement of the relatives. WESTBENDCOUPLE CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY West Bend: Mr. and Mrs, John Primlslng observed their 60th wedding anniversary at their'home In West Bend, Sunday, Oct. 4. A delicious dinner was served at the homo to the Immediate fam.My. Thase present were Dr. Paul J. prlmlslng of courtiand, Callfo ftmil Frlmislng of'Los Angeles, Calif,, Dr, and Mrs. Charles Primlslng and family of Melvin, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Guertta and family of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stewart and son, David, of Burt, Mr; and Mrs. Al Prlmfslng of Ledgerwood, . D. Only one of the children was unable to be present, Eugene, who is going .to medical school at Campaign, 111. Also present at the home was Sister Michaelerm of Oyens, Iowa. She is a cousin of Mrs. Primislng. A beautiful three-tier •anniversary cake graced the table at the dinner, sent by Mrs. James McOinty, 6'nly sister of Mrs. Prlm- Ising of Zwngle, Iowa. AH of their chldren grew to manhood and womanhood in West 'Bend and attended the parochial and public school. Mrs. Primlslng is confined to a wheel chair, the result of a broken hip a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Balgeman spent the week end visiting with friends in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pertl' and two sons spent the first of the week at the home of Mrs. Pertl in Gowrle. Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Wllcox and sons of Bradgate spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ferden. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Boos of Colo visited the former's father, J. T. Boos and brother, Myron and family Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Anderson and children of Burt spent Friday it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chamberlln. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morrtag and daughter and Billy Montag spent Sunday at Ames where .they visited with Mrs. Montag*s sister and fam- Mrs. Howard C. Koepfer and son, Charles, Grantsville, West Virginia, arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nick Mersch. Mrs. G. R. McDowell and Miss Nora Collins atended a meeting of the Palo Alto county nursing council at the Emmetsburg hospital on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zaugg and WESLEY LEGION AUXILIARY PICKS UP 550 RECORDS FOR SERVICE MEN games, rector, Mrs. E. N. Bond, band di- was a guest of the club, Walter Hefti, Harold Sorensen, Gottlieb Hanselman and Frank What Is You GUESS Five Awards Get entry at any of places listed below, each week. Fill in your guesses. Mail to Upper Des Moines or turn in at place you got card. Entries must be in Upper Des Moines office by 11 a. m. each Saturday. In cases of ti,es, duplicate awards will be given. First prize, credit award of $3; second prize, credit award of $2; third prize, year's subscription; fourth prize, nine months' subscription; fifth, six month:,' subscription. ., THIS WEEK'S GAMES-HENTBY CARDS AT FIRMS BELOW Iowa Cadets at Notre Dame Smoke Shop ALGONA Barker's Drug ALGONA Purdue at Ohio State Indiana at Pittsburgh K. D. James, Drugs ALGONA Barry's Recreation ALGONA Wisconsin at Great Lakes Northwestern at Michigan Kohlhaas Hdwe. ZENDER'S Drake at Iowa State Minnesota at Nebraska Wesley: The American Legio Auxiliary held Its regular month! meeting in the hall Monday eve ning. Mrs. Leo Bleich, president, re ported that 550 phonograph rec ords were collected and shipped t headquarters in Chicago. Mrs. Jo Meurer, treasurer and membershi chairman, reported that all con tributions had ibeen sent to heac quarters and that the Auxiliary ha invested $148 in war bonds. Sh reported that the quota of 33 paic up members had been reached. Ger oldine Bruns and Mrs. J. P. Stude are new members. Mrs. L. L. Leas secretary, gave a report on schoo of instruction which she attende at the home of the county presiden Mrs. Hans Baago, near Kingsted. Plans were discussed for the Hal lowe'en carnival to be <held in th Legion hall Thursday evening, Oc 29th. Mrs. Frank Kouba. Jr., chair man for he Auxiliary and Tom For burger, commander of the Legi.on have appointed committees to han die the details. Besides the con cessions and eating stands, ther will be a wedding 'gown style show The .Auxiliary will have a patrio tic tea Wednesday afternoon, Nov llth, Armistice Day. Mothers 6 men in the armed forces will b guests. Mrs. J-, L. Studer, Mrs Joe Meurer and Mrs. H. H. Flom Jr., are chairmen. Mrs. Lease served' lunch to the Auxiliary and to the Legion, the lat 'ter group also having met that eve nlng. A county Auxiliary meeting wll be held at Swea City Tuesday af ternoon, October 13th. The nex meeting of the Auxiliary and Le gion will be Monday night, Nov 2nd. Mrs. Tom McfMalion will entertain her bridge club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J'm Silbaugh spenl Thursday evening in Ruthven on business. Lois Hlldman, student at a bus'- ness college and Stella Lloyd o: Mason City, spent the week enc lere. Vincent Cruise suffered two broken bones in his ankle when he mis stepped at h's farm home one day last week. Combining of soy beans began on many farms in this vicinity last week. The early freezes damaged the beans some. Miss Nellie Eason of Curlew, and Mrs. Susie Cullen and daughter of Emmetsburg called on Mrs. A] fred Erdman Monday. Mrs. Julius Kunz will entertain her bt'dge club Thursday. Mrs. Vin cent Eisenbacher will be hostess to her 500 club Thursday, Mrs. Peter Grelner and two daughters, Erma Mathlas and Mrs. Alma Pearson of Algona called at the Alfred Erdman home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young spent Tuesday in Mason City where they visited Mrs. Loretta Lloyd and family and the Ollie Kirschbaum family. Visitors at the Mrs. Tillie Loeblg home one day last week were Mr and Mrs. Peter Neuhalfen of Henry, 111., and Dr. Ernest Neuhalfen of Peoria, 111. Roy Erdman of the 166th Raln- )ow division from Ft. Barrancas, "'lorida, came home Thursday for 13-day furlough at his parental, Matt Erdman home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer and Tom 'ort>urger visited Mrs. Tom Forburger in the Mercy hospital at Mason City Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lester Larson was hostess o the Hutchins Bible study group Triday afternoon, Oct. 9th. MM. Ole Flom was assistant hostess and Mrs. Marion Paulson gave the lesson. Mrs. L. L. Lease, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mrs. J. L. Studer were Mason City shoppers Friday. They visited Mrs. Tom Forburger in the Mercy hospital. The Woman's Soc ; «ty of Christian Service presented an honor roll of service men to the Methodist church on Sunday, October 4th. Eleven names are on the roll. Ben and Dwight Wagner, both in the nvay, assisted in the ceremony. Mrs. J. L. Haverly entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Krieps of Sexton and Mrs. Evroul Loebig were tile guests. Mrs. George Wa^d and Mrs. George Vitzthum won the high score and travel prizes respectively. Mrs. Ed Hfldman will be hostess to the club on Thursday, Oct. 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kinard and family moved recently into the Mrs. Rose Lloyd house where the Roman Eisenbacher famMy lived until they moved to Fostoria last spring. TTie Kirrards lived in a tenant house on the Ed Cink farm near Woden. He worked for Mr. Cink. He now works for Herman Bode. Elgh(een ladies attended the meeting of the Catholic Missionary society Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and Mrs. Lawrence Glieden were hostesses. Ladles of the parish are making and donating one or more quilt blocks 18 by 18 inches. These will be made Into quilts at the meetings held every two wedks. Tom Forburger accompanied by Mrs. John Bleich, of Britt, drove to Mason City Thursday to visit the former's wife, who is a patient in the Mercy hospital there. Mrs. Thos. McMahon, Sr., accompanied Mr. Forburger to Clear Lake. She nad spent several days here visiting her son, Tom McMahon, Jr., and family several days last week, Miss Letha Mathias of Big Stone >ity, S. D., called on Wesley friends lere Thursday. She is the daugh- ;er of Mrs. Peter Greirrer of gona, former Wesley resident some iO years ago. She Is housekeeper for Father Estergaard. She also visited relatives and friends at Al- jona, Bancroft and St. Benedict, rrank Mathias has been car salesman at El Cajon, Calif., the past two years and is enjoying very good health. Livermore Farmer Breaks Leg and Ribs n Fall From Ladder Livermore: Ves. Crossley, who ives east of town suffered severe injuries when he fell off of a step adder while gathering walnuts. A mysician was called and it was ound that he had a broken leg and some broken ribs. He was taken o Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge or care. Robt. G. Wood Weds Minnesota Girl Robert Woods, son of Mrs. Joe Bestenlehner, city, arrived here a week ago Sunday from Camp Campbell, Kentucky, for a visit with home folks. On Tuesday afternoon at Minneapolis he was married to Miss Verna McMiim of that city. He is staff sergeant in the quartermasters corps of the mechanized infantry now stationed at Camp Campbell. He enlisted about a year ago and has been stationed until some time ago at Fort Biley, Kansas. About November. 1, Mrs. Wood expects to join him at Camp Campbell. 10 Thursday to fit tne Utter'* *l »« tsurteefi ift tt« hoiprtai «DMt tWft Wftlkfc * . MlwMorence *Wd of St, Paul spent the |&i| Wftfc with h«* moth* er, Mrs. J. M. JflWd, After havlt been called home by the acciden tal death of her stater, Miss Helen Ford. George Helmke and Mrs. Fred Harms returned Monday from a week's visit at the home ot the former's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Oflorgre Helmkfr, Jr., at Watertown, WM. George Montag spent a couple of days this Week at Rochester, Minn., where Mm. Montag has been in a hospital for observation for some time. Mr, Montag is West Bend's postmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MMIer and sons, Bobble and Chuckle of Sioux Center and Mr; aiid Mrs. Vern Miller of Meservey spent Sunday at the home of the boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Miss Anderegg and Malda Mo- Cullough came from Fort Dodge to spend tf few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wi McCullough. They Intend to leave Friday for Washington, D. C., where they have secured positions in the F. B. I. office. Alma Lou Anllker entertained n group of her friends Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anllker. The occasion was to celebrate Alma Lou's llth birthday. Games were played and afterwards a delicious lunch was served the guests by Mrs. Anllker. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley of Des Moines spent Sunday at the home of their mother, Mrs. Frank Foley and' Mrs. Nellie Emerson. Mrs. Foley left with her son and daughter-in-law to start for California to spend the winter with her son and daughter. Mrs. Emerson left at the same time to go as far as St Louis, Mo., with Mis. Foley, where she will visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mrs. and Mrs. Norman Dale Emerson. birthday to surprise .... Oft with a MM . waif 68 Wednesday and 10 ft cnapttt fneiiKMtf 6? the Part Mfttren» dufc. She was presented with ft nice gift by the dub and d lUnch wai served by the club members. The centerpiece- wai & birthday cake with Mra. Bourett's name and age embossed in the icing. Threaten. Pool Hall in Livermore .Llvermore: A fire broke out oil the roof of the White bulldtog on Wednesday afternoon now dectlpled by the Houston- pool hall. The cause of the flre was a .short in the, wiring where they entered the sheet iron neat the. Jroof «of the White bulldlngi Smoke filled the rooms over Smith's cafe and over Houston's pool hall. Most of the damage was due to water. ' Hilrf Ihitktiott Sunday Held Initiation Sunday Wesley: The ft b. of A. held n tipeclal Jttestln* Wednesday eve* nirtg. plan* were afsctused for the initiation of riftfr members a» Sunday afternoon, October 18th, at two o'clock. The freihment committee met at the J. M. Kins* home on Friday evening. The Brltt coiirt has been invited to the initiation Ahd HeveraJ hew methbe? » will be initiated into their organ'aatlbn by th* Wesley team. . . '• Three Algona Boy* on Dak. Wesleyan Squad According to word received from. ftkoUk Wesleyan University at Mitchell, South .Dakota, three Al- gonami, Sims, Phillips' ana Michel, fire lettermen on the varsity squad this year and,played In the Saturday .game With the Pointers; of Southern at Southern. The boys, play half-back positions. Mrs. John Habegar of Ramorra, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Habegar of Carmarllla, Calif., came last Thursday and spent a few days with local relatives. Mrs. 'John Habegar is Mrs. Sweeney's sister. Mrs. Bernard Habegar will be remembered 'as Colletta Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Habegar are employed In a state institution in California and brought deportation patients ast going as far as Chicago. They left for home Saturday. The women of the Past Matrons Uncle Sam Releases Tile Drainage Restrictions BsntMi wMi G*y Til* . •Ittcredac* form value yUtd and • Add* to crop profit* 9 Decreatu production cottt i • Lengthen* growing teaton Help Boost Food Production by TILING Your Firm Mow! Th« War Production Botrd ha* rdttMd restriction* on th« UM of clay tile In rise* up to 12 inche* In <U*m«t«r. This mean* that yow can tils your farm right now anil Inercaaa plant production on your land. Til* drainage not only tt»ft up yield but add* to the value of your property, too. Here !• an investment that pay* for iteetf during the first few year* of operation. Have your farm mod' •mixed -with clay drain tile now. See us now for FREE estimates. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 266 Jim Foe! What •Wttffi&raflpMF"*'"'' at 00 miles an hour Y OU need no cop but your Conscience to set your speed limit at 35 or under. It's better for your country and your car. But best of all... for your engine's life ... is to double-cross Wear . at 00 miles an hour. While you decide gingerly to "let her in" after starting up cold,,. while the speedometer still is motionless,., you risk grinding metal particles out of your engine. 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