Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1933 · Page 3
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-UP STAR EVENT"/ 1933 •7/7 c DAIRY ATTIE CONGRESS NATIONAL BELGIAN HORSE SHOW International Poultry and Waterfowl Shows * I. WEST INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION * s OiVF Big Show of the Year! u nal in scope, extent, influence! The Only Great National Expo- jof the Dairy Industry. Augmented by Premier Exhibits of the .Id's Btst Belgian Horses — Waterfowl — Poultry — National J Club Contests — Women's Building Show — Beautiful Flower iGarJ" 1 Show — acres of latest improved dairy and farm equip- |t! Action everywhere — every moment a live one in every nook [corner of 19 mammoth buildings and 40 acres! ^ —Amusement — Entertainment for All! jnlttc Circui Proiffam — 18 Thrilling Acts — A Score of Rollicking Clowm — fppy Bands — Hair Raising Novelty Acts — Side Splitting Comedy — Concerts f — SoloiiM — Society Horse Show with beautiful riding, driving and trained horse acts — Mammoth Premier Stock Parades—Contest)— 1 acre amusement park—CO live minutes every hour. R088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA FAOB TttttlOi HOHORFENTON WOMAN, 82, AT FEASUUNDAY Ponton, Sept. 19-Mra. Carl Mit- Ug, 82, was guest of honor at a birthday party at the home of her Michael Erpelding, 66, Livermore, Dies Friday Mrs. Fred j en tz, Sunday, September 10. Attending: the Ar- Uiur Krossins, Fred Boettchers, Maurice Wallaces, the August Meyers family, the Arthur Jentz family, Mrs. Fred Meyers, Mrs. Henry Bimers, Mrs. Mary Mittag, Ruth Dreyer, Walter Jentz, and Verlina loerger. Six o'clock dinner was served, and aftor the guests were seated the 4-year-old great-granddaughter, Verdell iBoettcher, sang a birthday song. Fenton Students Away from Home Among the students leaving soon, or who have left for college are: Verona Weisbrod, Minneapolis university to take a medical technician's course; Marie Miller, Hamilton business college, Mason City; Leona Borchardt, State Teachers college; Iva Weisbrod, Galladet college for the deaf, Washington, D. C.; Martin Pert], Iowa City for course; August for a veterinary i'ERLOO. IOWA, BRING THE FAMILY Enjoy it Ml! a pre-medic Krause, Ames, course; Arthur Kuecker, Ames for his second year in dairy training. Standard Bearer Girls Meet— The Standard Bearer girls met last week Monday evening at the church, 14 attending. Marjorie Bailey, assisted by Beatrice Kramer, had charge of the lesson. Nettie Weisbrod gave a talk on the Buddhist Golden Temple at the world's fair. A piano solo closed the meeting, and a social hour followed in charge of Ardis Voight. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Lilas 'Boevers and iRuth Glaus. St. Joe, Sept. 19—Michael Br- pelding died at his home at Livermore at 11 o'clock Friday morning, after an illness of several years. Last week Thursday he took a sudden change for the worse, and relatives were called. Mr. Erpelding was born April 1, 1867, in Luxembourg. His parents were John and Anna Erpelding, and they brought him to America when he was only a year old. They settled in the St. Joe vicinity. 'Mr. Erpelding was married to Anna Reding November 12, 1895, and they made their home at Livermore, where Mr. Erpelding was a business man many years. He followed the blacksmith trade till 1919, when he became a farm implement dealer. In that business he continued till 1931, when he had to quit because of his poor health. It was hardening of the liver that caused death. Funeral services were held Monday at Sacred Heart church in Livermore, and burial was made in the family lot at St. Joe. 'Pallbearers were six nephews John and Paul Erpelding, Joe ant Harold Reding, and John and George Bormann. Surviving are his wife and two sisters, Mrs. Peter Reding, Whittemore, and Mrs. Anna Altman, (Livermore; also brother, Peter J. Erpelding, Joe. lent Saturday night at 10 o'clock near the Jones place in southeast .iyermore. A Chevrolet coach Iriven by Edward Hanson and a Chevrolet coupe owned by Edw. tolkmus ran together. The occupants were not injured, but both ars were badly wrecked and were taken to the Morrall garage. Blacksmith .Suffers Accident— Henry Coburn, Bode's blacksmith, is suffering from a badly burned face. Last Thursday he started to weld a gasoline barrel, and an explosion resulted which blew one end of the barrel out. The barrel was supposed to have been steamed out r but some gas fumes remained. Mr. Coburn is recovering. one St. Silo-Filling Nears Completion— Silo-filling is nearly finished, and high time, for the corn is now drying rapidly. Some farmers say corn picking will begin in two or three weeks, if there is more drying weather. Other St. Joe. • Mr. and Mrs. James Becker returned home Sunday from Claremont and Owatonna, Minn., after several days with relatives. (Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges and Alfred and Mary drove to Currie, Minn., .Friday to visit relatives. George 'Becker Sr. has moved his .,. 300 candlepower Unequal h 20 common oil lamps. •I-Average cost to user only 50f per month. ; 3 Durable, safe -can't spill fuel even if tipped over Compare iHe COST, .L.AiiAl ITY iheSAF and you'll always use a Woman's Club Begins Year— The Woman's club held its first meeting this year last week Tuesday at Mrs. F. P. Newel's; Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, assisting hostess. Sixteen members answered roll call on vacation echoes. An elective program was given, each member selecting her own topic. Following a business meeting, guessing games were played under the supervision of Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and refreshments were served. Aid Elects New Officers— The Methodist Aid met (Friday at the church. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber was elected president, following the resignation of Mrs. 0. H. Schmidt, who plans to leave Fenton. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe was elected vice president. Ray Eeiincrs Observes Birthday— The H. E^ Reimers family, Mrs. Dorothy Gerhard, her children, and - the 'F. iH. Bohns were entertained Sunday evening at the Ray Reimers home, Ringsted. Kay was celebrat- Fiery Cat 'Scratches Captor- Urban Lentsch, employed by Andrew Erpelding, had a time of it Friday to catch cats at Philip Fourage's. One which was caught fought furiously, biting and scratching Urbie, who had to release her. Saturday he was taken to .Doctor Beardsley, 'Livermore, who dressed his wounds and administered a shot for lockjaw, infection having started. Auto Crash at Livermore— There was an automobile acci- H, S, CLASSES AT LONE ROCK PICK OFFICERS Lone Rock, Sept. 19 — The high school classes have elected officers. The 12th grade picked the following: president, Philip Reilly; vice, Muriel Long; secretary-treasurer, Ruby iCherland. Eleventh grade officers are: president, Margaret Householder; vice, Fred Bierstedt; secretary, Glenn Burtis; treasurer, Roy Leeper. The tenth grade list is: president, Jack Tibbetts; vice, Helen Lewis; secretary, Muriel Ackerson; treasurer, -Myrtle Orvick. Ninth grade; president, Bernard Reilly; vice, Grace Newbrough; secretary, Shirley Marlow; treasurer, Weldon Grubb. Farewell for College Girl— Sara and Lois Whitehill entertained at a surprise party for Alice Angus at the R. T. Angus home Friday evening. It was a farewell party, for she leaves soon to attend Park college, Parkville, Mo. Attending: the Rev. 8. M. Gladstone, daughter Margaret, son Robert, Ronald Christenson, Ooila and Vernon Hollister, Ellywyn Godden, Ruby, Ody, Amy, Myrtle, and Julian Cherland, Raymond* and (Lucille Nelson, Samuel and Myrtle Orvick, Verne and Dorothy ODacken, William and Cleo Hobson, Roy Mines, Beryl Sanders, James Hall, George woodshed to a new location. He has also reshingled his house. Adam Kramar and his sons drove to Lost Island last Thursday to fish. They had fair luck. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer were business callers in the Burt vicinity last Thursday. A number of St. Joe folks attended a Playday celebration at Ottosen Saturday. Samuel Boyle, Minnesota_, is here, vsiiting relatives and looking after farm interests. William Haglind has been sick. and Muriel Long, Marvin and Muriel Ackerson, and Delina (Rogers. Mothers Club Hears Program ation. They also visited Mr. Cotton's sister, Mrs. Harley Shellito. Oregon Tourist* Stop Here- Mr, and Mrs. Julius Christenson, Bilsborough, Ore., arrived Friday to visit with relatives and old friends. They were en route to the Century of Progress, Chicago, and had visited many places of interest on the way. They are former Lone Rockers. Long: Family Has Reunion— A Long reunion was held Sunday at Richard Long's. Attending: the August iLampes, Ventura; Rosalia Freund, Garner; the Arthur Longs, Bancroft; the James Longs, the Ira Newbroughs, and the Ralph Thompsons. Eileen Walsh to College— (Hugh Walsh, daughters Eileen and Rosalia, Esther Hutchinson, and Bernard O'Donnell drove to Sioux City a week ago Saturday, and Eileen entered Briarcliffe college. Other Lone Bock. The Emil Krafts had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hoppe Truman, Minn., the Otto Laabs family, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. R G. Borchardt, East Chain, Minn. Richard Borchardt, Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald, of Whittemore, and Mrs. A. H. Brass, Fenton. Mrs. L. R. Roderick, daughter Imogene, and Harold Gross spent from last Thursday till Saturday at Des Moines, visiting Mrs. Roderick's daughter Berneyce, student nurse at the Iowa Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zunkel spent last week at M. E. Blanchard's, Irvingbon. Mrs. Edward Blanchard, Irvington, and her chil- jensen, returned to her •home •& Graettinger Friday. The Delbert Hannas left '< .0 attend the Century of Others who have gone are Mr. Mldt Mrs. Alex Krueger. Mrs. Anna Walsh, Chicago, ant: her son Joe went home last week- Monday after the week-en* with ;he son Hugh. N. A. Gladstone, Grant City, Mo* arrived last week Monday to Ttsifc' his brother, the Rev. S. M. Glad« stone. Ernie Hutchinson left Monday- with a group from Bancroft oft at, fishing trip in northern Minnesota^ Northwestern Agent H. (B. Mich* went to Chicago Saturday night t*> attend a Sunday league ball game. Fred Flaig left last Thursdar foil Chicago to attend the world's fait and a league ball game. The Lawrence Newbroughs anct Tommy and Muriel Long spent Sunday at Humboldt. Guests at W. J. Cotton's Sunday were Ruth Montgomery and Lyttt Cook, Fort Dodge. The Fred Haacks family entertained 85 guests at a housedancflt Sunday evening. . Mrs. Arthur Davis, EmmetsnuTtr*. spent the week-end at the parental George Pettit's. The W. G. Flaigs were Sunday- guests at G. J. Burl's, near Arm* strong. I* Dickinson is Speaker. Senator and Mrs. Dickinson went ;o Des Moines yesterday, and th«t Senator spoke at a noon meeting ot :he Des Moines Kiwanis club. They are expected home today. ing a birthday anniversary. Barber Sick; Taken Home— Mervin 'Baum, barber at the "I SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER or writ* ui (LA-3ix> « COLEMAN LAMP 6- STOVE COMPANY r Kini. Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago, III. Lot Angelas, Calif iSchultes shop, fell sick one day last week and was moved to the home o£ his parents at Lakota. Other Fenton News The Methodist Sunday school recently held its election: Dr. S W. Meyer, superintendent; Agnes Goetsch,' assistant; E. R. Schlei, secretary; Wilbert Huldorf, treasurer; Dale Weisbrod, librarian; I MOM MM USED CARS II Ford Coupe '31 Ford Tudor (0 Ford Tudor '29 Ford Tudor '28 Ford Coupe BUY NOW Before Prices Go Up —TERMS[KENT MOTOR CO. )one 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa "Service— —Sale, Virginia Frank, pianist; Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, primary superintendent; Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, cradle roll superintendent; Mrs. J. T. Snyder, intermediate superintendent; Mrs. Wilbert Huldort, missionary superintendent. The E. A. Huskamps FAMILY HOLDS GET-TOGETHER, BURT, SUNDAY iBurt, Sept. 19—A family reunion was held at the Myron iMeinzer and Mrs Clara Olson home Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Evanson, Story City, who spent the week-end, Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Meinzer, Amiret, Minn,, the George Boettchers, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer and Helen Meinzer, who has been spending the week here. The reunion was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gaston, Phoenix, Ariz., who have been spending several weeks here, and left Monday. They expected to visit at Detroit, Mich., and Chicago. Mrs. Gaston is a sister of Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Evanson, Mrs. Boettcher, and Myron Meinzer. Plan County Club Meeting— Mrs. A. M. -Peterson and Mrs. Rachut, Titonka, and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, and Mrs. Weisbrod, o£ Fenton, Mrs. Harriet Kriethe, and Mrs. Maude Hanna met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Geo. Carroll's to make plans for the county Woman's Club Federation meeting, which will be held at Fenton October 3. The Fenton, Titonka, and Burt clubs are hostess clubs. left Monday for Iowa City. Einer Morness went Tuesday. All of the boys expect to enter the university as freshmen. Other Burt News. Mrs. Myra Watkins, Fort Madison, and her son-in-law, J. G. Thorne, Kewanee, 111., arrived last week Tuesday to visit L. D. Hodgson's. Mr. Thorne left Wednesday, but Mrs. Watkins remained for a longer visit. She is Mr. Hodgson's sister. The J. W. Elliott family moved last week to Swea City. The Godden place, which they have been occupying the last couple of years, has been rented by C. F. Whalen. The Whalens are moving in this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson, of Sioux Falls, S. D., have been visiting at E. M. Toothman's and C. E. Moore's. Mrs. Anderson is Mr. Moore's sister and Mr. Anderson is Mrs. Toothman's brother. The Will Ringsdorfs and Kenneth White, Mr. and Mrs. Fred The Mothers club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. W. G. Flaig "assisting. Scripture was read by Mrs. Jensen, followed by the Lord's prnyer. Roll call was answered with bright sayings of children. Mrs. H. W. Hobson read a paper on parental problems, and a talk on quarrels among children was given by Mrs. Glenn Sharp; also a talk on points for parents by Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. It was voted to continue club membership for mothers whose children have passed into upper grades. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Otis Sanders assisting. Watermelon Party is Given— A watermelon party was given at L. J. Hollister's last Thursday evening. Attending: Dorothy and Evelyn Bierstedt, (Ralph a_nd Fred Bierstedt, George and Muriel Long, Arthur and Marie Gietzenauer, Margaret Householder, Kathryn Ste- britz, Beryl Sanders, Russell Gross, Roy 'Leeper, Jack Tibbetts, Leon Larson, and Harold 'Farris. Legion Auxiliary Elects Officers— The Legion Auxiliary met with. Mrs. Ralph Thompson Friday, and elected officers: president, Mrs. W. G. Flaig; vice, Mrs. Ralph Thompson ; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. John Sprank; historian, Anna Flaig; chaplain, Mrs. Roy Jensen. The next meeting will be with Mrs. N. L. Cotton (Friday, October 13. dren were at the parental A. D. Newbrough's. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (Priebe accompanied the latter's sister, Mrs. Aug. 'Peterson, Swea City, and Mr. Peterson, to Chicago last week to attend the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. H .A. Wiener and the Henry Schroeders left last Thursday for Huron, S. D., to visit Mr. Wiener's sister and attend the S. D. state fair. •From here attending a Hoosier picnic at Floyd Duncan's, Burt, Sunday were the Frank Flaigs, the James Ackermans, and the Otis Sanders family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Heerdt and Louis Heerdt left last Thursday for Hector, Minn., to see the men's brother Herman, who is seriously sick. The Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. C. Madison. The next meeting will be at Mrs. A. A. Krueger's, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, hostess. Mrs. Roy Jensen, accompanied by Mrs. O. J. Ranney and Mrs. Frank Ranney, spent last week Tuesday at Edward Hauptman's, Corwith. Mrs. Osher, who had spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. E. DOYOF At bniinen — at pleaiv* —4 on the street — in rrowfley , ear* — everywhere—theb*^ b pores we constantly tlu'gwlaj off odor-caniing muta. M ; may be offentire ani yad not be aware of it. Plan safe — don't be (ft* target for an appeal* ing nose. Use Pjm •eptic Soap. A$k your groearw , returned last Thursday from Des Moines. accompanied by their daughters, Mrs. W. E. Witter, Des Moines, Vivian Huskamp, Chicago. Mrs. Huskamp and her daughters drove to Minneapolis Saturday for an over- Sunday visit with Bertha Huskamp, another daughter, who is taking training at a beauty school. The Robert Voettlers entertained Sunday in honor of Mr. Voettler's sister, Mrs. Louise Drake, WhUe- ihead S. D. Guests were the Einest Voettlers, the George Siems i family, the Rudolph Wehrspanns, | Mrs. Kate Hantelman and her family, Adolph Wehrspann Voettler. Sept. 10 was Rally day and John at the Methodist church. The congregation had a community dinner in the church dining room. Subscriptions for the church budget were taken at a meeting following dll "ier. Mrs S J. Stehle and Henry Stehle, Algona, were Fenton business visitors last week. Mrs. Stehle's husband, who runs a barber shop at Algona, once had a Kramer and her sons Meinzers Entertain Guests— IMr. and Mrs. A. E. Meinzer, of Ringsdorf Ringsdorf and were Mrs. Elizabeth Sunday dinner. guests at Mrs. Myrtie Ringsdorfs in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'Lee, Eagle Lloyd and Harold spent Sept. U with Mrs. Jacob Nelson, Hmgsted, and helped the lattef s son 'Richard celebrate his sixth birthday anm- versary. . The F. E. Weisbrods,^ Emmets- —- LOANS — INVESTMENTS iable insurance service at low cost. Surety bonds, lobile, dwelling, and other forms of insurance. ! loans made at once. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced, etc. courteous, confidential and pleasing service. Call at our office or phone 55. C. H. LA BABBE located first door north of Iowa State Bank. iird & McCullough ? HONB 521 FUNEBAL DIBECTOBS ALGONA, IOWA ! 1 lie i 1 . *-" •• -, , T -131 bure were supper guests at J. i*. v, U I!:,.: Mnnrfav SeDtember 4. They uuifi Newel' Monday, September had their son, Robert Free, chris- , tened by the Rev. J. T. Snyder. Mrs. Charles Lauritzen spent from last Thursday till Sunday at nr J T. Waite's. The Launtzens have moved to Graettinger and are running a restaurant there. The Frank Hicks family left last week Wednesday for home at a after a ten-day vacation Natives and friends here and for H Geronsin, was operated on acuteapperidicitis Tuesday morn- fnTsept 5, at the McCreery hos- tag Ronald Rehmer, Fred Meyers, and Margaret Laabs spent a recent .S-end at the world's fair* also The New Deal bridge club was entertained at iMrs. Clarence- Thees- Ss^st week Tuesday, evening. Mrs. Ray Stoeber received the travel P™* h ^ 6eptember 7 by bus from Algona for Long Beach, Calif, for an extended visit with the Bert Pecks, former Algon- ^Karl Schwartz and Edith t. •- s students, spent u, their parental homes. Mrs C. J. Weisbrod entertained &'Needle club last *"*• Hynes, Calif., spent Sunday night at A. H. Meinzer's. They left Monday, accompanied by Helen Meinzer, for their home in California. Mr. and Mrs. (Robert Schultz and two daughters, Marshall, .Minn., visited Thursday at Meinzer's. Library Use is Increasing— The library board held its regular meeting last week Monday afternoon. Reports showed a large gain in book circulation. Nearly 1,000 books were loaned during July, and almost ( as many during August. A number of new books have recenty been placed on the shelves. B. B. Team is to be Honored— (Plans are being made by the American 'Legion for a banquet for the Junior baseball team September 28. The banquet will be open to any others who wish to purchase tickets. The meal will be served by the Auxiliary. Town B. B. Team Wins— A baseball game between a town and country team was played Saturday afternoon on the school grounds. The town team won 11-4. Don Fraser is manager of the country team and W. W. Boettcher the town team, II. S. Team Beats Fenton— The high school baseball team played the first game of the season here 'Friday afternoon with Fenton. Burt won 11-3. (Burt played Seneca there Tuesday, and Friday will play the Bancroft Parochial school there. Aid Officers Are Elected— At Aid at the church -last week Wednesday afternoon, the following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. C. B. Chipman, president; Mrs. C. B. Sigsbee, vice; Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, secretary; and Mrs. D. T. Hobson, .treasurer. Bally Day is Observed— (Rally day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Eight children were taken in as members of the church. A picnic dinner was served following the service. Creamery Board Meets—: Mr. and Mr^s. L. E. (Roetman entertained the members, of .the creamery board and their wives Saturday evening. The regular monthly board meeting was held also. Surprise Party is Given- Twelve little friends gathered at the Jake Gifford home a weelc ago Grove, spent last week at J. N. Holding's. Mr. X,ee was also looking after his farm, on which his nephew, Merwyn Holding, lives. The L. D. Hodgsons and their guest, Mrs. Myra Watkins, and the H. A. Thompsons were Friday evening dinner guests at Mrs. Gertie Thompson's. Allan Graham, who is with the C. C. C. at Fort Des Moines, came Saturday to visit until Wednesday with his -parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. iSunday was Mrs. Harry Putz's birthday and in honor of the event the I. W. Hansens and Leo Foxes spent the evening at the Putz home.' Mrs. IP. F. Kriethe and daughter Eugenia Mae took Paul Kriethe Jr. to D'es Moines Saturday, where he will be a student at Drake university. Birthday Surprise for Girl— A surprise birthday party was given for Muriel Long at her home Saturday evening. Attending: Grace Newbrough, Muriel Ackerson, Beryl Sanders, Cleo Hobson, Margaret Gladstone, Dorothy and Evelyn Bierstedt, Pearl Wiener, Myrtle Orvick, Irene Whitford, Shirley Marlow, and Viola Bierle. Attends Ames Short Course— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton drove to Ames one day last week, and Mr. Cotton attended the second annual short course for hatchery- man and flock inspectors of the Iowa Poultry Improvement associ- UJHflY KinD OF STREETS ? FOR IONGEST LASTING STREETS • FOR LOWEST MAINTENANCE • FOR IMPROVED PROPERTY VALUE FOR INFORMATION WRITE THE CEMENT SERVICE MAN. CARE OF: PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Hubbell Building, Des Moines, Iowa AT YOUR the Saturday afternoon to help Martha. Gifford celebrate her birthday. The affair was a surprise. ree Go to Edwin Manus and Denton Thaves lEsther Bahling and Mr. and Mrs. Fielden Perry returned a week ago Saturday from Chicago, where they spent a few days at the world's fair. The George Manus family and Elinor Stehle, Northwood, visited at the H. W. Manus home Sunday and also called at C. IB. Chipmah's. Vernon Wallace left (Friday for his home at Mason City after spending a couple of weeks with his sister, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. A good crowd attended the W. H. M. S. meeting at F. L. Ryerson's Saturday. Mrs. H. W. Manus was assistant hostess. Mrs. A. C. Bernhard and Mrs. D. T. Hdbson will be hostesses at a 10-10 party at the Bernhard home Tuesday aftemopn. The U and I Circle will meet Friday afternoon at Mrs. A. C. Bernhard's, with Mrs. R. C. Ortman assistant hostess. The Birthday circle met at Mrs. Wm. A. Ladendorff's last Thursday afternoon. Seventeen were present. Mrs. J. A. Valentine is at the Lewis (Larson home receiving medical care preparatory to an operation. The 0_. J. 'Lockwoods spent the week-end at Webster City and attended a family reunion and picnic. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle went to Melbourne Monday to attend the funeral of a classmate, a Dr. Ferris. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and daughter Jo Ann visited from Friday to Monday with friends at Clarion. W. T. Kennedy started work Monday on an addition to the Willis Cotton hatchery at Lone Rock. Willis Phelps left Monday tor Sioux City to resume his college work at Morningside college. Dr. W. T. Peters and W. A. MacArthur attended the fair at Fairmont, last week Tuesday. Malcolm Nelson, Fort Dodge, visited over the week-end with his cousin, Hugh McDonald. Kenneth Graham left a week ago Sunday for Rothsay, Minn., where he is visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Goodwin and son visited Saturday at the Smith homes. The N. M- Godf redsons 'have moved back toto the Mrs. W. & Bleich house. Here are TIRE PRICES DOWN where they were a year ago! PATHFINDER Sup«rtwl«l Cord Tlr«« HIE 4.40-21 4.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.00-20 5.25-18 5.50-19 MBTMM S5.55 ,6.00 6.3O 6.7O 7.2O 7.45 8.10 9.4O GOODYEAR ALLWEATHER S u p e r I w i b t Cu((J Tireb Tbt world's fkvoriu tir» U • |rc«t buy for oulea|e, ufetr, •ndnlM. PrkiM start it \ I Speedway Tires 440-21 $4.00 ( 450-20 $4.55? 450-21 $4.TO 475-19 $5.15 500-10 $5.50 525-21 $6.70 - V \ ' •There's been so much talk about prices going up that we're printing the facts about our prices for Good* year Pathfinders beret Look them over and see for yourself—most Pathfinder prices today are below the level of one year ago — and you're getting a better tire for your money! Goodyear has actually *«• creased the tread thickness 20* — built these tires so good they give 30* longer average tread wear — 30* greater mileage! No wonder millions say that these big, fine, husky Good* year Pathfinders are better than the AM* tires of most other makes! Better get yours now 1 —and be ready for slippery winter driving with the safety of brand new rubber with grip in the center of the tread. You'll save worry -* save money ***• by getting rid of risky tires *otp. Deldutch Super Service LUBRICATION, CAB WASHING AND BBABE 8EBVICB EXIDE BATTEBIES PHONE IS vj

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