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The Algona tTpper De« Moineft, Algottft, Iowa, Oct. •HUH LUVERNE BOY HURT BY FALLING INTO BARB WIRE FENCE LuVerne: Edwin Hunt, the son of Mrs. Marie Hunt received a painful injuries last week Tuesday evening when ihe ran into some barbed wire as he was playing around the Albert Nellson home on the Unkrn Construction Co. ranch. It was dark and he had tripped over a small wood pile into the fence. It waa necessary to take several stitches in the cut across his nose and one cheek. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch has been a patient in an Algona hosp'tal. Mrs. S. 'F. Phillips spent several days last week at the John Phillips at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Eva Baumgartner, Humblrd, Wisconsin, is visiting at the homes of her brothers, Matt and Fred Baumgartner. Mrs. Chas. Boyle and daughter and her sons of Minneapolis have been visiting Mrs. Boyles mother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska, A daughter was born October 14, to Mr. and Mrs. John Stampka, their first child. Mrs. Stampka is the former Alice Stoddard. Mrs. H. E. Peltzke is in Clear Lake where she is visiting relatives and ass'sting in the care of her brother-in-law, H. R. Peitzke who is very ill at his home there. The Presbyetrian Ladles' Association Is meeting this Wednesday at the home of Mrs. I. H. Benedict. The women are making plans for the annual bazaar to be held on December 5. Sunday guests at the Ervin Bartons were Mrs. Margaret Fritz, Mr. and Mrs. Val Grewell and daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemmon, Jean, Joice and John, all of Fort Dodge. F. I. Chapman, F. G. Hagist, J. L. 1/ohty, Jennie Mason and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ghapman attended the National Missions Institute at the Presbyterian church at Algona last week Tuesday evening. A party was given last week Monday evening at the Ervin Bartons for Harold Wolf who was at home on furlough from Camp Barkley Texas. Some twenty young people atended apid enjoyed a social evening. "Equalflty In Democracy?' was the subject of a paper given by Mrs. E. C. Granner at the regular meeting of the Tuesday club at the home of Mrs. Ella Wolto, Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was answered by the naming of state officials The membership of the club was well represented and guests of the club were Mrs. I. H. Benedict and Mrs. Ollie Godfrey. The hostess served a tray lunch. Plans for a food sale to be held Saturday afternoon, Oct. 24, at the Community Hall were made Friday when the J. J. club met with Mrs Bernard Wolf. The club is having the sale to raise money for the library fund. Old proverbs were given for roll call and the leader, Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, then read a number that were not named. She also read an interestf.ng paper on the U. S. O. telling of its organization in 1941 and the different needs it fills. Mrs. Walter Hefti, Mrs. Richard Basham and Mrs. Herman Schultz who have joined the club recently, were initiated. Wesley Lions Club Feeds Service Men Wesley: The Lions club met Wednesday of last week '>n the Loeblg cafe for dinner and a business meeting. Four service men, Robert O'Connor, Paul Carman, Raymond Erdman and Louis Simpson and two business men, Joe Meurer and I. H. Hospers were guests. The meeting was opened by the group singing America. Roy Kleinpeter, president, was in charge of the meeting and reported progress has been made In preparing the roster of names of men and women now in the U. S. service. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dan?«ls are the parents of a 9% pound son born Monday, Oct. 12. He has .been named Douglas Holt. There's An NAL in that lower 40 of yours That corn field of yours not only can be the means of satisfying the hunger of hundreds of soldiers — men, women, children, but it can be converted Into vital rubber, and powerful explosives. Yes, your field of corn is truly a storehouse of food and ammunition, products that will win the War and the Peace. Your job is to raise more corn and it's xhe job of your neighborhood DcKalb Hybrid Seed Corn dealer to help you increase your yield — raise more and better corn on less land. Your local DcKalb farmer-dealer knows corn because he grows it — he knows your soil, your weather and can help you select the hybrid varieties that will do best on your farm. See him today. WALTHER LEAGUE, LIVERMORE, .HOST AT MEET SUNDAY Llvermore: The Livermore Walther League was host Sunday to the leagues from West Bend, Falrvllle, Emmetsburg, Fenton, Ventura, Mallard, Whlttempre and LuVerne. The league members had services from 2 to 3:30 In the afternoon and vesper services were held at 6 to 6:30. The Rev. L. RIchman of Burt was ?.n charge of the vesper services. A banquet was served at seven o'clock at the town hall by the members of the Lutheran church. Rev. Mr. Mack was toastmaster. Out of town ministers attending the rally were: Rev. and Mrs A. Rithder of Fairville, Rev. and Mrs, C. H. Heinrich of Mallard, Rev. and Mrs. Wittenberg of LuVerne, Rev. and Mrs. Schaeffer of Charter Oak, Rev. V. A. Mack of West Bend, Rev. and Mrs. Richmann of Burt and Mr, Elgler of Fenton a parochial teacher. iBessic Gunder of Bmmeiaburg came Sunday to be housekeeper lit the Catholic parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. o] J. Cayou and family spent the week end in Sl'.U- water, Minn., where they visited his father. Sgt. Joseph Harris arrived homo Monday from Los Angeles, California, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harris. Mrs. Marie Miller as hostess to the Brigateer club at her home on Monday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Re* freshmertts were served at .the close of the afternoon. Dinner guests Sunday at tha Louis Behounek home were Sgt. Jerome Behounek and his .wflfe •of i Molnes, Virgil Behounek who is attending college at Ames, Frank Be* hounek of Cedar Rapids and Mr and Mrs. Nick Bormann of St Joe. , The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met consolation by Mrs. Anna Welter, at the farm home of Mrs. Charles Raney Wednesday afternoon. Al this meeting they decided to hold the annual bazaar on Dec. 5. A 15- cent lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. The Sacred Heart Guild met at the Altman home on Tuesday afternoon. After the business meet- Ing plans were made for the bazaar that was held on Sunday, Oct. 18. The door prize was won by Miss Betty Foth. Refreshments were- served by the October committee. Charles Houston will move his pool hall equipment the last of the month from the White building that he has been occupying for several years, into the Everett Carroll building that has been empty since Mr, French joined the navy. The White building was recently damaged by fire. Mrs. Frances Millet entertainer! the Jolly Eight club and the following ladies at a bridge party at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Edith Johnson, Mrs. Mabel Paulson, Mrs. Carrie Gregerson, Mrs. Kate Collins, Mrs. Mary Weber, Mrs. Ol- lle Smith, Mrs. Josephine Hlserodt and Mrs. Anna Pooch. High prize was won by Mrs. Luclle Lenertz, travel by Mrs. Louise Gronbach and Mrs. Lee Walters. 'PRAIRIE PALS, NEW 4-H GIRLS CLUB ORGANIZED AT WESLEY Wesley: "Prairie Pals,' a newly- organized 4-H club held its first meeting Saturday, October 10th at the home of Mrs. Lou Wingert, the leader. They organized with 11 members, but they would gladly welcome more. Mary Lee Cole was chosen as temporary chairman; June Ward, secretary, and Theresa Lickteig, reporter. The next meeting will be on Saturday. November 21st at Betty Mull.'.ns home. The group will study sewing and home nursing this year. HYBRID CORN Eugene Hood Phone 812-W 503 E. .State St. ALGONA, IOWA Mrs. Will Eden was seriously ill last week under a doctor's care. Guy M. Butts and John Hutchison attended a five-county bank meeting at Clear Lake Wednesday. Mrs. H. H. Flom, Jr., enjoyed a vacat'on from her duties as clerk in the Kleinpeter store last week. The Methodist Ladies' Aid cleared $165 on their chicken supper and bazaar Wednesday, Oct. 4th. iMrs. Ed Bramble of Sioux City visited at the Joe Meurer home several days last week. The lades are twin sisters. Ray Erdman left Sunday for Fort Barrancas, Florida. He had spent a 15-day furlough at his parental, Matt Erdman home. Paul Garman returned to Camp Shelby, Mississippi, Thursday following a 15-day furlough at his parental August Garman home. Tom Forburger brought his wife home from the Mercy hosp'tal at Mason City Thursday. She had submitted to a major operation. Staff Sergeant Dennis Lickteig left Thursday for Camp Hood, Texas. He had spent a 5-day furlough at his parental John Lickteig homo. Mrs. Jack Haverly and Mrs. Agatha Haverly were Mason City shoppers Thursday. They visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Lydia Igou. Guy M. Butts, Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. Paul Erdman and Mrs. Alfred Nelson attended a Rebekah meeting at Algona Tuesday night. Jurgen Skow, Mrs. Henry Sherman and Mrs. Esther Skow attended the state farm bureau meeting at Des Monies Saturday, Oct. 10. We take pride in the success of thousands who have bought Opportunity Farms Duane Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Studer, submitted to an 6p- eration for appendicitis at the General hospital at Algona Monday of last week. Francis Hanig arrd Joe Erdman came home last week from working in North Dakota. Hanig expects to join bhe armed service in the near future. Mrs. Albert Reno returned home the latter part of last week from a visit at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets at Omaha. Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake has gone to Fort Madison, last week where she will spend the winter months with her daughter, Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. George Krogme!«r. Mrs. Lael Root and children, Mrs. Irene Studer and little John and Judith Pfeffer visited Mrs. L. T,. Pfeffer at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Friday afternoon. Ed Hildman, manager of the lo cal Farmers Co-Operative Eleva tor, went to Fort Dodge Thursda evening where he attended a meet ing of elevator managers. Everett Lawler, Minneapolis vis ited his sister and family, Mr. an Mrs. Vincent Daughn, several day last week. He leaves Wednesda; for induction into the army. The Study club will meet 01 Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ro> Kleirrpeter for a Hallowe'en party They will also sew for the Re<! Cross. Mrs. August Studer will assistant hostess. Mrs. Esther Skow will entertain the home project leaders Thursday afternoon, October 22nd. Mis Schultz, home demonstration agenl will give the lesson on "Remak ing and Conservation of Clothing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer, Mrs Ign. Eisenbacher, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loe big and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleic! attended the Catholic parish care party at St. Benedict Thursday night. A baby girl, Sally Veta, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith, o Andover, Mass., on Wednesday Oct. Tbh. Mrs. Smith is the form er Ethel Braley, youngest daugh ter of Druggist and Mrs. H. J Braley. Mrs. Tom McMahon entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Alf Studer, Mrs. Frank Bleich and Miss Hilda Goetz were guests. Miss Goetz won high score prize and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer low score prize. A Hallowe'en carnival w'll be ley won high score 'priie and Mrs. Weitef low score prlie. Mrs. JO* Meurer Will entertain tn6 club oh Thursday, Oct. 2dth. The Dorcas circle of the M, E. Aid will,meet with Mrs. Robert Welter Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 21st; the Stitch and Chat wifch Mrs. Aflo Dawson Tuesday evening, Oct. 20th with Mrs. Wallace Benton as assistant; the Willing Workers at the Oliver Young home Wednesday with Mrs. Paul Erdman as the hostess. • Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher entertained her 600 card club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Will Huglire of Buffalo Center and Jane Elsenbach- er were guests. Mrs. Lon, Gouge won high score prize and Mrs. Lawrence Smith received the travel and the low score prize. Mrs. Gouge wMl be hostess to the club Thursday, October 2Sth. A baby boy Was born Wednesday morning, Oct. 14th to Dr. and Mrs. L, L. Pfeffer In the Kossuth hospital at Algona. He has been named Paul Edward. They have two other children 1 , John and Judith. Mrs. Irene Studer te caring for the chMdren and the household duties. Dr. Pfeffer, a dentist, is a first lieutenant in the army at Camp Cooke, Calif., and is expected home the fore part of this week. SEXTON NEWS I "Ifa a comfortable feeling to know that you stand on your own jrotuuf' Anthony Trollope D URING the past 5 years, more than 5000 people have purchased Metropolitan Opportunity Farms. More than 4000 families have bought their farms on the small down payment, easy terms plan. These 4000 purchasers have now paid upwards of $10,000,000 on their contracts. In fact a lot of them are anticipating their contract payments; are paying the balance they owe faster than their contracts require and are doing so out of current earnings. Some have even retired their contracts in full. Yes, out of current earnings! We are proud of their success! To those interested In farm ownership From time to time, tenant fanners and others have told us they planned to buy an Opportunity Farm as soon as they were able to do so. Improved farm conditions have no doubt placed many of them in a financial position to carry out this ambition. To these people and to others interested, we are pleased to"say that we still have a good selection of Opportunity Farms available at reasonable prices. We shall be glad to show you the farms we have for sale in your community. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company held in the Legion hall Thursday night, Oct. 29th, put on by the American Legion and Auxiliary. An interesting feature will be a wedding gown style show, lie is invtted. The pub- Room 425, Carver Buildinf Fort Dodge, Iowa Phone: Walnut 2783 R. E. JENKINS WHAT IS AN OPPORTUNITY FARM? An Opportunity Farm, to earn that name, naiwt bare adequate, *ound, ___ well-painted, weather-tight bulldlnt*; Improved loll, with good draln- HJ^ age; and eipertly planned crop rotation. Every farm it a joint concern- CO-OPERATION OF R f AI ESTATI BROKIRS WILCOMID The Union Aid of the Wesley, Upper Plat and Britt Evangelical Free churches met Wednesday afternoon at the church in Br.'.tt. Each Aid contributed a musical number an the program. Mrs. Esther Skow is president of the organization. Misa Katherine Wiliams, housekeeper at the Catholic parsonage fell on the back steps one day last week and received a severe injury to her leg. She was taken to the Mercy hospital in Mason City, where she will remain for a week or more. , 'Mr. and Mrs. Leo West and family, Marie Huschka of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylou Vitzthum and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer and family attended the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gus West at Eagle Grove on Sunday, Oct. llth. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Benton at the General hospital in Algona Tuesday morning, Oct. 13th. They have one other child, Evalon. Mrs. Benton was formerly Marjorie Dwyer of Humboldt. Mr. Benton operates a Standard Oil truck. The baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode at the Kossuth hospf.tal in Algona Staurday, Oct. 10th has been named Mary Marlene. The infant has three brothers, Mark, Paul and franklin. Mary Miller of Wblttemore is employed at the Bode home. Wesleyans who attended the American Legion and Auxiliary conference at Fort Dodge Thursday, included Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flom, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, Tom Forburger and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman. Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained her 'bridge plub Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Emil Wester, Mrs. Clarence Ward and Mrs. Ed Bramble of S'oux City were $ue*t». MM. H. J. Bra- Mr, and Mrs. John Schuler o Swea City were visitors Sunda> evening at the Oscar Hammoni home. Mrs. Joe Namer of Mallard, la was a visitor on Monday at th home of her s?<ster, Mrs. Martin Mlmbaoh. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt attend ed a mass farm bureau meeting a Des Moinea on Saturday. Mr. Hun .'a president of the Irvlngton farm bureau township. •Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Nelson o Salt Lake City, Utah, are spending two weeks vacation at the George Olsen home. Mr. Nelson is a ncph ew of Mr. Olson. Mrs. Joe Krieps and daughter was a visitor at the Tom Forburger homi on Tuesday. Her mother, Mrs. For burger Is still a patient at the Mer cy hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Hunt of iLuVerne, mother o Harold Hunt, is visiting at the Hun home since Sunday 1 . The Hunts were visiting at the Elmer Hun home and she returned home with them. John Bahr, who was d'amlsse; from the Kossuth hospital, returnee there Sunday and it was discoverec that he had a fractured rib y-hlch had punctured his lungs. He is stil a patient at bhe hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin o: Rowan, Iowa, were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise on Monday. The Martins were olc friends of Mrs. Wise and she hac not seen them for 9 years. Mrs. Sim Bemis will entertain the Sexton Womans Society oi Christen Service on Thursday, Oct 22nd. Devotions will be led by Mrs Herman. Wise and lesson by Mrs John Flora. Everyone is invited cc attend. Dr. and Mrs. William Baddeley of Lake View and Mr. and Mrs-John Voss, Sr., of LuVerne were Monday evening callers at the Herman W'ee home. Dr. Baddeley was a former pastor of Mrs. Wise and the Bacl- deleys were overnight guests at the John Voss, Sr., home on Monday. Mrs. P. W. Hansen visited Monday at the Jack Weiland home at Britt. The Weilands and Mrs. Mrs. Hansen went to Charles City to make the acquaintance of a new grandson and nephew as Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson, the former Edna Fitoh are .the parents of a baby .boy. The boy was named Carl Edward. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Charlotte Ann Wise arrived home Wednesday after a week's visit at the home of Mrs. Charles Stratton at Donnelle, la., and Ed Hammond home at McLean, III They also vistted at the Henry Hisle's ,a nephew of Mrs. Wise at Bloomington, 111., whom she hadn't seen for 12 years. Snowman On Saturday, Sept. 28, Nancy iraig and Bob Conrad, Cresco school children constructed their first snowman of the season on the Con-1 rad lawn. They named th,e snow- COR WITH SENIORS SELL SCRAP, BUY SERVICE PLAQUE Co with: The senior class of the Oorwtth School put oh'a scrap drive in town, the proceeds of which wMl be used to purchase a service plaque bearing names of all men In the service who have attended the Corwith school. They plan to hold & dedication service on Armistice day, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen and children and Mr. and' Mrs. Lloyd Zwonltzer and children spent Sunday at the George Stokesbury home at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oxley and Mlas Myrtle Parsons of Humboldt, returned home Friday from a week's vacation at Star Lake, near Pelican Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grandgenett and children find Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer and children drove to Blue Earth Sunday snd apeht the day with fel»Uve». • Sylveiiet KUch haft returned to Camp CrdWd«F, Mo, after, havlhg spent a two weeks 1 forldtifch at the home of hfc fathef, Piter Keleh, and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Defter! Brown and family of webntet aty were Saturday night visitors at the Haffy Brown home. Sunday, they drove to Algona, to spend the day With relatives. Mr. and MM. Clarence Galloway, Mrs. Leslie Dawson and Evelyn and Mrs. Brneat Gee and Eva Mae drova to LuVerne Monday to attend th* funeral services held for Mrs. Donald Bowman, the former Carmen Wermeraon. Lloyd Zwonltzer of Morton, Kansas, who wf'th 'his family has been visiting at the home of B. J. Widen and other relatives, left Friday for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where he will foe Inducted into the army. Mrs. Zwanltzer and two children Will remain here. ' Miss Mlartha Kronhenlierg re;- slgned her, poslton here as home economics Instructor in the Corwith schools and left Friday of last week' for JiMHftrifc.titt will town. HIM Maffariit fartnw of Qfeeleyi 16WA, H hired 16 rtll the vattncy. Chart!* J&hniflrt went to Monte- cum* last week to visit hl« daughter, Mrs. Lillian Johhdon, who was Injured when she fell fecehtl?. He also attended the funeral services held tat his tether who died suddenly while listening to the radio. MM. Jtonlfifofi &&» M years old. A family dinner was held ait the Joseph. J. Bonnstetter home last SUnday in honor Of Gilbert Bonnstetter of Washington, D. 0. Those attending the dinner waa the hon» oree, his daughter, Vera of Mason City, the Ray Bonnstetter family, fflrnest Bonnstettor family and the Lester Bonnstetter family all of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Jean Foley and daughter, Judy and Mrs. Herman Helmke of Brltt. More than 900 pounds of old scrap printing plates commonly known aa "cuts" were taken from the "morgue" of the Democrat and Independent In Waverly, removed from their wooden bases and sent to Uncle Sam's furnaces as part of the war effort. Your GUESS Five Awards Get entry at any of places listed below, each week. Fill in your guessed. 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 tljes, duplicate awards will be given. First prize, credit award of $3; second prize, credit award of $2; third prize, year's subscription; fourth prize, nine months' subscription; fifth, six month*/, subscription. THIS WEEK'S GAMES-GENTRY CARDS AT FIRMS BELOW Notre Dame at Illinois Iowa at Indiana man "September Morn." Barker's Drag ALGONA Wisconsin at Purdue Barry A s Recreation ALGONA Smoke Shop ALGONA Creigbton at Drake K. D. James, Drugs ALGONA Michigan at Minnesota Ohio State at Northwestern ZENDER'S ALGONA Kohlhaas Hdwe. ALGONA Buena Vista at Dubuque Georgia Tech. at Annapolis Dan Engesser WHITTEMORE Iowa State at Missouri 1 Upper Des Moines ALGONA Nebraska at Oklahoma rt/ #// Jay. . . . . M.W Keep fit for the big job.;. keep fit for a hard-hitting day. Proper rest and relaxation are important if you're to keep driving at your job. For good Old Style American recreation ... enjoy OR) £>tpU* X«B«. If s America'! QUALITY Beer •. • extra aged for extra mellowness. \\' \ OLD STYU UGH IS UNION MAW Salute to Ike Steel Work*** of America! They're in there pitching for fitter?!, I HEIlEMAH'Sl m&*i$*m i ifager Jm% -5 'TRADEMARK THE SIGN OF A FUCHPIY HOST Phom, am/((!)\b Stgle Cnger BEER KENNEDY & PARSONS CO, Distributor. IKIIF M»43,0,HB«MAM

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