Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1931
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. V-' ?,< V 7 <?WW,# l *'W* ;*,'it "\ «,""V., -^J-.Vr.J -.?•,'ii,, ,' » '/ , > ' ' -. I 'If J 1 ' .,.' ' 1. , PAGE TWO BURT DENTIST WAT LITTLE BROWNCHURCH Burt, Aug. 11—Dr. R. H. Thomp- non, son of Mrs. Louisa. Thompson, Chlttenden, daughter ol and Elsie Mrs. C. D. Chlttendeh, Waverly, dinner Inn, are respectively, popular Hurt girls -, r T\~n * + 'r. ntnfll were married at the Little Brown church near Nashua, Wednesday, August B, In the Presence of a few near relatives. A wedding •"--— •was served at the Sunset Nashua. Doctor and Mrs. Thompson both graduates of the Iowa state university, the doctor In 1929 and His bride a year later. During the last two years Doctor Thompson has been practicing dentistry here. Mrs. Thompson taught at Waverly during the school year which ended In June. The newlyweds came to Burt Saturday. Former MIHU Olrls Visit Here- Mrs. Harry Leckey, Miles City, Mont., and her sons Dale and Junior, with Mrs. Ray Golly, Peorla, 111. her husband, and a daughter, arrived last week Tuesday to visit their cousin, Mrs. P. L. Pratt. Mrs. Leckey and Mrs. Golly are remembered here as Zoe and Lou Millls, ' r Burt girls of 30 years ago. Mrs. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton, of Ellsworth, also spent last week at the Pratt home. A family reunion was held there Sunday, 35 relatives attending, Including the Gollys, the Leckeys, Mrs. Henry Schunck, Sioux City, two children, Merlin Potter, Chicago, Buma Duckmanton, Waukegan, 111., N. E. Duckmanton, and Vernon Jacobs, Ellsworth, Gus Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Johnson, Cherokee, a sister of Mrs. Johnson from San Antonio, Tex., and Mrs. Ell Potter, Chicago. Cream Station Change Announced— At a meeting of the creamery board last week Monday It was decided to close an uptown cream station which the creamery had operated ten years. Due to the low prices and correspondingly small amount of cream handled, the station had ceased to be a money-mak- ' er. It was also thought that by closing the work at the creamery •would be lessened enough to let one man do the work most of the time Robert Cogdill, second man at the creamery, quit Saturday. Floyd Duncan, who furnishes most of the town with milk, will operate the station for the sale of milk, buttei etc., and Walter Sorenson continue in charge. Hear 5f. E. Campground Services- Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck, daughter Lucile, and Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow camped at the Okobojis from last Thursday till Sunday and attended a Bible conference at the Methodist camp grounds. Mr. and Bettln's. Mrs, McAdams and Mrt. Bettln are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Glddlngs and daughter Hannabelle visited relatives at Albert Lea Saturday and Sunday. Twenty-five relatives had a reunion. Charlotte Pasche, Milwaukee, visited Saturday at Fred Rlngsdorf's. Mrs. Frank Ackermann, Hell, N. D., visited last week at R, Saat- h'off's. Mr. and Mrs. Braugham Wayland, who had spent a week with the Otto Kraushaars, left last week Tuesday for their home at Kansas City. Clara Shaw after a week came home Friday at Armstrong and Fairmont.' The B. N. Volentlnes, whom she visited, brought her home . Mrs. George and a daughter Fries, came Milwaukee, last week Tuesday for a couple of weeks at Em 11 Leeck's. Mrs. Ida Anderson accompanied her brother, Henry Llnder, to Hartley, where they spent the week-end. Julius Briggs, who had been at the university hospital, Iowa City, several weeks, returned Saturday. The P. A. Loofts attended a Looft reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, 50 attending. Dean Clapsaddle returned to Buffalo Center Sunday, after several days of sickness at home. The Lutheran Aid met last Thursday in the church basement; Mrs. morning for a stay at Herman Brummond's. The Samuel Sweeters, Raymond, Minn., spent the week-end at Edw. Dehnert's, accompanied by Mr. Dennert's mother, Mrs. Augusta Dehnert, who remained till September 1. Clara Zum Brunan and Mrs. Lena Rout, and a son, all of Monroe, WIs., visited Friday at Mrs. Catherine Marty's, on the way home from a South Dakota and Montana trip. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur KraUSe had as guests last week Sunday the jjune Krauses, WlnnebogO, Minn. The Clarence and Gus Krauses were also dinner guests. The W. C. Donaldsons, Ooldfleld, were Sunday dinner guests at J. L. Lichty's. Phyllis Llchty accompanied them home for a week's visit. Mrs. Lulu Richards, manager of the telephone exchange at Clarion, Is spending a vacation at the parental Charles Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phillips entertained the Hoyts, of Clarion, Sunday. Mrs. Hoyt Is a sister of Mr. Phillips. Mrs. Geneva Nelson, Algona, Is spending a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegner. Mrs. A. M. Curran, Waubun, Minn., Is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Claude Whltehlll and Mrs. Roy Otto Laabs, hostess. William Giddlngs went to Pine Dransfeldts were outing At the Ok«. bolls Sunday, • ' . the Frederick BchuWM drwe to Nora. Springs Sunday, and Mrs. Carl ZoMer and two children return* ed horn* with them'for a sort Visit. Mrs, Harry Rahh and .Mrs. Win. Leeper drove to Albert l*a last week Tuesday to see Mrs. keeper's father-in-law, who Is seriously 111. Chip Sharp sold 300 admissions to his dance las^ Monday when th« Brick Tops played here. They will play a return engagement. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Gehrlch attended a rural letter carriers convention at Decorah last wek Wednesday. . Esther Flynn, registered nurse, of Detroit, Mich., spent a few minutes In town Friday calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Seefeldt and daughter, of, Blkton, Minn., came this week to visit with relatives. Hugo Worthlngton Is suffering from a painful Infection In his hand which resulted from a sliver. The H. A. Whltehllls Were entertained at dinner'at J. M. Blanchard's last week Wednesday. The Enos Worthlngtons, of Mai- of Mrs. Lillian Twenty Years Afo mobile tlw 6ort«jos*d <rf Si . * 4 c. f. parent* of A ton, Th* Jobs**** orrfi«»t« hud by grM.hopp«« to both wilt an* ' AATSnee, A«f««t 17, Guy. Doris and Lillian Frank Ooteh, of Humboldt, world's champion wrestler, wa* preparing for a match at his home town, ana Algona enthusiasts had gonei 'to Humboldt to watch work-outs. Matt Lamuth, Relnhold Helse, and C. K. Clark were In one party, and U T. Griffin, C. T, Chubb, C. H. Beardsley, and D. D. Paxson In another, t t t M. B. Foster, convicted of the murder of Emmet Reed, brother of B. F., Albert, and W. H., had died at Fort Madison, after having spent nearly half his life In the penitenr tlary. The crime for which he was convicted occurred November 3, 1887. Emmet, who • was only '•nv • vniMiMww WBV"*""--— — — <mgag«d by Roicoe Call td fufniih mualc for opera hoiwie production*. Leirsri •ntolnti had erected signboards at road Intersection* pointing the way to town. The Advance suggested .that the state should erect algna at every crossroad showing direction and mileage to towns. Thl* has since been done. tft Harold B» Qnarton was to enter Washington university to take con* sular studies after which he was to enter the service. He to now U. B. consul at Havana, Cuba, and is about to spend a month with his parents, Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton. t t t The courthouse well had gone dry, r ".t* JL folium** ha«J Uteri named president; 6* * cmitity,autotnobll* a«- goclfttlon* Milk, McWhorter was vice president', fi. V. Bwetting, secretary i and Jo*. W, Wadaworth, treasurer. " " ' PaMsy known *• The flrat made at Paisley, Scotland. Tin- texture la usually Woolen, though In tome ahawla there la a fountlntio. of cotton. The garments are worn folded three-corner fnslilon. Nowu daft they are lined its furniture or namenta like piano covers. cost, when flrrt made, about the he ginning of the Nineteenth cwiturv waa about 178." Lu Vcrnc, AU services for R mll penter who died | a '~ * *•" Haakell, an ,i Zotlau, who waTabouf»7" 'ift .13 children 50i children. Ho ,h a <! oral months. — . ADVANCE WANT-AnTI lard, Enos were guests Worthlngrton Sunday. The Rev. \S. M. Gladstone attended the Wesley Hohn funeral at Krause, Ren- City, Minn., last week Monday to visit relatives. LUTHERAN AID IS ORGANIZED AT LJM/ERNE Lu Verne, Aug. 11 — A group of Zion Evangelical Lutheran women met at the school gymnasium last Thursday afternoon and organized •xn Aid society. There are 28 char- er members. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Fred Schneider; vice ^resident, Mrs. Charles Wolfe; sec- •etary, Mrs. Gottleib Hanselman; treasurer, Mrs. L. Wittenberg, It a planned to meet the first Thursday afternoon each month in the basement of the new church, now nearing completion. Dedication of wick, spent the last two weeks with Emma Krause. Mrs. Hugh Colwell and Lois were at Fort Dodge and Barnum several days last week. Mrs. A. J. Eason 'had as her guest last week Mrs, E. W. Luke, of Granvllle. Algona last week. Calvin Householder and Harlan- Carlsons. Bob zweifel was sick for several Humboldt days last week with an attack of ap- ine L ™n« pendlcltis. I end at Ar ^ hUr The John Beckmans, of Alton, were week-end guests at Dr. R. L. Corbin's. Sally and Robert Broadle, of Granger, are visiting the Max Pat tcrsons. Mrs. Martha Stone visited at her Blanchard took Mllo Tarbell to* Vi terloo Sunday. August Sprank, of (Bancroft, is visiting at the Arthur Sprank homo this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. T>. Newbrougfh spent the week-end with relatives at visiting the John youth, had spent the early fall grading on the Great Western between Des Molnes and St. Joseph, Mo., driving two mule teams and a span of gray mares. Foster had followed the grading camp, selling tobacco and liquor. In October the, work was completed, the men paid off, and camp broken up for the winter. Reed who expected to be married soon after his return to Algona, was accompanied by Foster. Four days after the pair crossed the Iowa line Emmet's body -was found, the skull battered In, and -his money, the mules, and the mares gone. Foster was later discovered with the animals, and some hundreds of dollars In money was found In his pockets. On trial he was first sentenced to be hanged, but a new; trial changed the sentence to life Imprisonment. t t t and according to Matt Holtzbauer, who had been courthouse Janitor 26 years, this was the second occasion In his time when the well had failed. , ttt Clemmer Horan, who was to be a freshman In high school, had been the victim of hazing by a group of upperclassmen. Silver nitrate was smeared over his face. The boys who did the trick were caught, and each was fined $5 and costs. Union t t t townsKIp had voted-v 2-1 •Mrs. A. G. Volentine and Mrs. J. E. Clifton went to the Okobojis Saturday The Volentines were to spend most of this week there. Others who •went for Sunday services Included Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, Misses Warner and Whitney, the William Nelsons. the church will probably take place the last Sunday in September. The Rev. Mr. Wittenberg preached at the Fail-view church Sunday evening for the Rev. Mr. Stahmer. Chr'istensens Touring in East— The J. M. Christensens left last Thursday morning for a three weeks motor tour in the east. Their first stop was at Chicago, where they visited friends. Thence they were to go on to Boston and New York, visiting many places of historical interest on the way. L. M. Justice, Dallas Center, Is relief agent at the M. & St. L. depot diir- intr Mr. Christensen's absence. . son Vernon's, Mason City, last week. The Vernon Stones, Mason City, visited relatives here Sunday. L, R, FIRE 00, IS CALLED TO STACK BLAZE Lone Rock, Aug. ill — The fire whistle roused the town last Wednesday forenoon when a call for help came from Elmer Jasperson's place, north of town. A straw stack near the barn was on fire and Ancient Glassware In Museum of University A rare collection of 'antiques, some of which date back to 4000 B. C., was a gift to Cornell unl-1 be 0 « ere d In the Algona Mgh school verslty by an alumnus, John Ran- an( j supt. Overmyer was looking for dolph of Greenville, K. I., and has a teacher of agriculture and domes- a permanent place In the Goldwln Uc science. The state would pay Smith museum. «5oo towards the expense A seal In the collection, which Is ' urse more than 23 centuries old, Is made ' of artificial glass, and Is the oldest specimen of man's handiwork, with against the establishment of a central school. ttt .Tames Robinson and Harry Keith had fast horses, and a race for a $5' bet was held on the Algona-Bur road. The contest drew spectators who put up $65 In other bets. The Robinson horse won.. A normal training course was to of .the Hod Jain, ttt Portland townshl farmer, had reported heavy damag Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK '.. ' * ' .. ' Special clinic fees for all tonsil operations and eye, ear, npse,.and throat operations Friday Ings—entirely operative Friday afternoon atibns and consultations. Dr. W. D. Andrews! Osteopathlc Physician and Surgeon ALGONA, IOWA glass, In the opinion of Prof. Ed ward threatened the farm buildings. The buildings, however, did not catch and though the stack burned to the t t t Tuberculosis was being fought, and the state medical society was rtentalnstt-sponsoring a campaign of preven- * Chicago, tion In which ™f fetors were Also in the collection are a stone assisting. The first of a series of cylinder with seated figures, a red anti-t. b. meetings had been held at stone amulet shaped like an anl- Whlttemore. - where Drs. Walter mal's head, and a button seal with Fraser. C. H. Cretzmeyer, M. J. a cross-crossed design. One object Kenefick, C._D. Fellows, and J. W. of special Interest Is a cone from McCreery spoke. Similar meetings Lngash, an ancient Sumerian city, were' to be held In each town. with the following inscription: "To t t t the god, Nin Glsh Zlda, his god A ncw Oerman Methodist church Gudea, the priest king of. the city at Fen ton had been dedicated. The of Lagash, the servant of the god Rey Geo H wessel, pastor, had Gatumdug, the temple of the city of aerved the church 22 years. Glrsu, he built." f t t The latter object Is considered a A butter shortage was feared, symbol of the days when Mesopo- j cream rece ipts at the Algona cream- RBAD THE WANT-ADS. versus TIRE DEFINITIONS ground no other was done. serious damage the and and Des day lona Virgil Mason in Accident— Virgil Mason, Charles City, who has been visiting here, met with a painful accident last week Wednesday, when he fell over a plow blade at the home of his grandparents near Renwick. A gash was cut In Former Residents in Visit— Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson of Woodward, and daughter Ivadel came last week Tuesday to visit at the Mrs. E. M. Hawks and Jay Godden homes. They returned Thursday. The Jacksons worked several years for the telephone ex Beauty Shop Here Planned— R. E. Moyer, his children, Mrs. E. D. Moyer went to Moines Sunday and next brought home K. E.'s sister, Moyer, who had attended a beauty school there. lona is to open a shop here over the Dr. W. T. Peters office. The rooms are now being modernized and redecorated. Mule Quartet Will Return— The Largo male quartet, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will give a concert at the Lutheran church Sat- several was brought required urday evening, In the summer It was here earlier but only a small change here till three Ivadel has enrolled at years ago the Mercy crowd attended because of conflicting affairs. ____ Two Families Away, Fishing— The L. H. Schencks left last week Wednesday for Alexander, Minn-, where they were to join the l. W Hansens, who had gone there earlier in the week, for several days at a lake. Former Graduates in Gct-Togetlicr— Mildred Lathrop, Rochester, N. Y arrived last Thursday for a tew days with Mrs. Lillian Sigler. Miss Lathrop and Mrs. Sigler were college mates at Iowa City. Chipmans Visit in Missouri— The C. B. Chiprnans, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halgason, Armstrong, left Friday for Blythedale, Mo., for a few days with a eister of Mrs. Chipman. one leg- which it stitches to close, to Lu Verne for medical attention. Farm Couple Go A'lsltlng — The Ralph Davidsons will leave this week Wednesday for Newton, 111., for a couple of weeks of visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Daggy are caring for the farm. Mrs. Frank Highland, Decatur, 111., who had been visiting here, returned to her home with the Davidsons. Dillons Make Calls Here — Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dillon, Winnebago, Minn., called on old friends here last week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Dillon was formerly In Ithe general merchandise business here. At Winnebago he .had a store till a month ago, when 'he sold out. Mrs. Chapman's Sister Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Chapman, accompanied by Frances and Martha Kabele,. Goldfield, drove to Des Moines Friday to attend graduation exercises at Drake university that evening. Martha Kabele was a member of the graduating class. hospital in Des Moines to take up nurse's training. New Implement Shop Opens— Flalg & Sprank opened an imple ment shop at Fenton recently, mov ing all the surplus machinery ove there. They will continue to handl International machinery here also Fred Flaig will move to Fenton t operate the shop over there, and Arthur Sprank will remain here to conduct this shop. amian builders set up their temples of sun-baked bricks and used also sun-baked cones to record their names and the reasons for building the temples. The cones were usually placed high In the walls, and " " referred to in the ery having reached the lowest point In which W. J.»Pech was to be man- Burt creamery" reported a like condition. The creameries in both towns were barely able to supply the demand locally. E. B. Heaton, gov- reigned about 2400 B. C. | = nt ^ ™^ mtle pros . - ' of -•• Ten Attend. County Meeting- Mrs. James Ackerman, Esther Jensen, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. J. L. Roderick, Mrs< William Duddinff, Mrs. Julia Thompson, Mrs. Harley Braddock, Mrs. Arthur Sprank, and Tina Jensen attended a county Legion Auxiliary meeting at Bancroft last week Tuesday. Julia Bourno Visits Parents— Julia Bourne, employed by Successful Farming on the editorial staff, visited over the- week-end with her parents, the William Bournes. She 'had spent the week at the Oko- Hdwanl Value Plans College— E. E. Paine, son Edward, and daughter Sarah went to Ames Monday to make arrangements for Edward to enter Iowa State college. Sunday School Plans Picnic— The Lutheran Sunday school will have a picnic next Sunday afternoon at the Ranney Koestler farm. 2 Couples to Black Hills— Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dugan and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf left Monday morning for the Black Hills. Other Burt News. Gladys Brace, Lottie Hawcott, and Harold Steward went to Northwood Friday, and next day went on to Decorah, where they met Seldon Straley, Fenton, mail carrier who had been attending a state carriers' convention, and returned Sunday, stopping to visit friends at Fred- erlcksburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson and "Wendell Patterson took Frank Jr. and Helen Lorene Beresford to Mason City Sunday to meet their father, who took them to their home at Vlnton. They had spent two weeks •with their grandmother. The Ross Ringsdorfs, Newark, S. D., viited Saturday at Fred Rings- dorfs, on their way to Alden to attend a reunion of Mrs. Ringsdorfs relatives. They are expected here for a longer visit within a day or two. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Barslou, Maquoketa, and Betty Barslou, of Worthington, Minn., came Friday to •visit the Will and Fred Ringsdorfs. Mrs. Barslou is a slater of the Messrs. Ringsdorf. Mrs. Lillian Moring, who accompanied Lura Sewick to Colorado, and Mrs. John Wagner, who had been at H. G. A. Sewick's, left for their home at Freeport, 111., Friday. Mrs. B. W. McAdams, El Monte, Calif., and a small son are spend- tog a coupte of \veek6 at Arthur Carriers Meet at I^u Vernew- The county rural letter carrier association will meet at the Community hall here this week Tuesday evening. Arthur Look and Ray Stone, the carriers here, and W. B. Mason, retired local carrier, have the program in charge. Auto Show Eor Fair. Des Moines, Special—One of the midwest's most interesting collections of old-time automobiles, embracing cars dating back to 1897, will be a feature of the annual Iowa midseason Automobile Show at the 1931 Iowa State 'Fair here, August 26 to September 4. The exhibit will include an old Sears Roebuck buggy car; a Frazee built in 1897 with back seat steering wheel; b Holaman belt-driven two cylinder car 26 years old; a one cylinder chain-drive Oldsmobile built in 1902, and numerous other quaint automotive vehicles of the distant past. FOR SALE—5-ROOM HOUSE and 30-ft. air motor windmill. Buyer will have to move them from premises 3% miles north and % east of , pect of Increase in the amount cream till the weather cooled and rain brought the dried-out pastures up. Shipments of cream from Algona to Des Moines had been discontinued. t t t Algona was In a factory-boom period, and every prospective fac-l tory owner had a hearing before the commercial club. Every town desired and worked for factories. Stock was then being sold for a company in which W. J. Peck was to be manager and main stockholder. The stockholders had chosen officers: J. W. Sullivan, president; William Klelnesslink, Cherokee, vice president; Alfred Matson, secretary; L. J. Dickinson, treasurer. Nearly every business firm in Algona was represented in the list of stockholders. This enterprise finally resulted In ti«T present Norton Machine Works. t t.t ' l)r. E. R. Talley, optometrist, had Invested a new puncture-proof auto- bojis with sinters. several of her sorority To Attend Synodlcal Meet— The Rev. Mr. Wittenberg and Teacher Zeitz will attend a synodi- cal Lutheran convention during the week beginning August 10. Albert Schneider is delegate from the local church. Kurnum Group Gives Play — A play, Beads on a String, given here by the Barnum Christian Endeavor society Friday night, was cleverly done and merited a much larger audience than attended. Barber Pays Fine for Fight— Otis Sanders, barber here, paid a fine and costs totaling $7.85 last week on a charge of striking a traveling salesman during an argument over a bill for collection. The salesman traveled for a soft drink concern. Threshing Crew Has Picnic— Harry Rahn's threshing crew finished up last week and the farmers had a picnic at the Rahn borne Friday night. Mrs. F. W. Whitford entertained the members of the crew last week Thursday. to Truuger Funeral — Many from here attended the funeral of Lee Trauger, Livermore, Monday afternoon. His death from cancer of the throat took place Saturday. Slartys Attend Family Iteuiiion— TJie William and Edw. Martys attended , an Elmer family reunion at the park at Goldfield Sunday. About 30 relatives were present. Girls Give Birthday Parties- Kathleen Sanford celebrated her llth birthday Monday, and Elizabeth Ramus her 10th. Both girls had parties. Other Lu Verne News. Jennie Mason accompanied the Chas. Hawks, is Home Again— Hugh and P. K. Marlow and Mrs. Charles Hawks drove to Rochester Saturday to get Mr. Hawks, who was recently operated on for ulcers of the stomach. Mr. Hawks is recovering:. Mrs. Jack Quinn Returns— Jack Quinn drove to Pipestone, Minn., Sunday to get Mrs. Quinn and two children who have been visiting her parents for three weeks. For Service You get the best Dry Cleaning Prompt Service and Delivery at your door from the Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 ttWhen the National B«tt«r Business realized that their Bulletin No. 634 wa» being take* advantage of by iome advertisers they limed • Bulletin dated July 10th as follows: "In oar Bulletin No. 634 entitled 'Definition* of Terms Used in the Tire Industry' we published definitions of First Line—Second Line—Third Line- Heavy Duty and Super Heavy Duty Tires. "Our definitions pointed out, 'Although each, manufacturer'* or distributor's first line tire may rep. resent his best standard size 4 or 6 ply tire, there U not necessarily any equality of competitive first line tires as to materials, workmanship or price.* This interpretation also applies to all lines of tire*. **We therefore recommend that advertising to the consumer shall avoid the use of these terms for the purpose of comparing competitive products." COMPARE KNOW that car owners are i in real TIRE VALUES, but are nolj larly interested in tire definitions whiail nfacturers and distributors of gpecliUj mail-order tires had the National BeUaJ ness Bureau »dopt that they could i their advantage in their advertising, | When the National Better Busineitl realized that the public was being i and an attempt was being made to I truth about real tire values from care they issued in bulletin July 10th which a. stance restracted their sponsorship «J definitions. * Firestone extra values are the i great savings in buying—great savingti cient and economical manufacturing • tributing, plus the patented procwiolfl Dipping—Abe patented two extra cdl under the tread—and a more ejJWf •skid tread, which makes them safer i other tire. We have sections cut fro Dipped Tires and Special-Brand VW Tires, and invite you to come in »rij| for yourself the extra values wegnfl values that you can see and unto*** stead of "definitions." Then we known) Will buy Firestone Tires as thousands"! car owners have done to the extent M ing May, June and July.they^botfj Firestone Tires than during any!*"" in todav! G O M P A » E. ftff««1«M •tor* Weight, htor* Thickness, Non-Skid Depth, lachM 1 1 i*nPUe*Under Tread . . . . Width, 4 . 7 S-Io_Tlre , rASpielll Flreitont Oldfleld Tym lft.00 .•58 $•.*$ .in 17.80 .605 .250 5 5.20 $6.65 BlltM TW .If* I PRICES George Thompsons, Decorah last week of Ledyard, to Wednesday to attend a state rural letters convention. Thence she was to go to Re«dstown, Wis., to visit her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Mason-Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cady, Green City, Mo., and their daughters Pearl and Virginia spent the first of this week at Mrs. Samuel steussy's, then went on to visit a daughter at Sioux Falls, but will come- back* to visit Mrs. Steussy again. Mrs. Marie BruHunond, who toas been spending the summer with her Team to Toui; South Dakota— The Lone Rock ball team lost to Fairmont there Sunday, 14-8. The team will tour South Dakota next week in a series of games. »+«»«»»»»»••»»•»»«»«»«»»»««»*»»••»»»«»»»»•»»»•••» Wm. keeper's Father is Ill- Mr, and Mrs. William Leeper were called to Albert Lea Saturday by the serious illness of Mr, father. Leeper's daughter, Mrs. to Kanawtoa F. A. NJver, went Other Lone Bock. Callers at the Charles Hawk's home Sunday were the Hugh, Dell, and Bert Marlow families, the latter from near Algona; the Herman Neitzel family, and Ed Marlow of Burt; Mrs. B. M. Hawks; Mrs. Jessie Stebrltz and two daughters; W. A. Cameron; and John Whitford. Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer and son Delmar returned from Rocktord Sunday, after attending the funeral of Mrs, Mary Swartput, daughter of the Fischers, who died of pneumonia. The Oscar Earinss, George PetUts, and Mrs. Ben Segebarth and daughter, the Ernest Jensens, and LONG'S FOOD SHOP Meat - Fruit Groceries PHONES 1REE DELIVERIES Please call up real early if you want your meat on the 8 o'clock delivery. 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