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Drive in TODAY1 DON'T TAKE CHANCES USE OUR EASY-PAY PLAN To Buy Genuine Goodyear Tires, Votter/es, Accessories and Radios HERrS YOUR TfftEl MARATHON Tb* but »lrt yog can (lad anywtiwi ot thtit prices. At low as $8.35. Get Marafnonsnow of a big saving] GOODYEAR SEAT COVERS """"'3,25 Ride In cool comforf — lave your car—incrtase trade-in value! GOOD/YEAR ^ - TIRES ^ LOW COST. ^ the past winter. This was followed by a pantomime Motherhood, participated in by Mrs. George Sears, daughter Joyce, Mrs. Henry Engstrom, and daughter Mary Ann, and David Sarchet, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Mrs. Nathan Parr, daughter Marilyn, and Charles Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Elmore, Mrs. James Knoll, Patricia Plumb, Mrs. Ben Reid, Hazel Jenkinson,- Mildred Elmore, Mar- Jia Madson, and Mrs. Presley Sarchet. Mrs. Arie Dlttmer and Mrs. Quin:en Bjustrom furnished vocal music, and Mrs. John McNeil presided at the piano. Mrs., Allen Wood was reader and Interpreter. At the close of this number a reading, What Every Daughter Hust Know, was presented by Mrs. ). C. Gardner. Following the singing of. a, hymn he audience proceeded 'tortile din- ng room for, refreshments. - The cotiNW APVANCI. ALQONA. IOWA Good Hope Aid Entertains Whittemorc MOTHERHOOD PANTOMIME PRESENTED Good Hope, May 29—A "guest day" under auspices of the Good -Hope -Aid -at -tbe ^church Commun- •ity • room -Wednesday *was :a -very successful afad pleasing affair. Guests .from the Whlttemore and 'Burt Aids -were -present, atid »with the Good Hope members filled the auditorium of the church to comfortable capacity. A program was presented which was opened with congregational singing followed by devotions led by Mrs'. Allen Wood. At this point Mrs. V. J. Gross gave an Interesting talk describing the trip to Florida and return HERE IS ANOTHER REPORT OF A FAMILY OF FIVE GENERATIONS Swea-Eaglrf T*i>., May '"29— Mrs. Victor Eckholm, $7, who lives at S*ea ; .;« CityV.witb.. her daughter Lyda, ls:the»inother of Lewis Eck-' holm, Swea City; Mr. Eckholm Is the father of Mrs. Vlda Burgess, Armstrong; Mrs. Burgess is the mother of Mrs. Lois Mitchell, Spirit. Lake; and ;Mr. *md 'Mrs. "Mitchell have a baby -daughter named Eulela Fay. The great-great- •gcantitnother *has • lived ;in .this -vicinity more than 50 years and is in excellent health for her age. Three Birthdays Celebrated- Mrs. Alma Jacobson, her children, the A. Hessoldahls, the P. ; F. Sharps, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine, Mr. and Mrs. O.'A. Jenson, and the Etnil Larsons had potluck sup- whlch she and her husband tooki per at Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Jen' son's Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. A. Hessaldahl's, Mrs. Vergil Jenson's, and Mrs. Francis Tor- ine's birthdays. Such''gatherings have geen an annual custom , for the last-three years. •.«. .. Girl's Appeidlx Is Ruth, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Anderson, fell suddenly sick last week Tuesday evening .and .'.was .takea Ho j»n JSsthervlUe hospital, where she had an appen- dicitles operation the following morning. ,At .last -reports she -was recovering. Accident Patient Bronght Home— Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, the youth who Was hurt in an auto accident a week ago Friday, has been brought home from the Park ' hospital, Mason City. He suffered a broken nose, a cracked palate, and severe head bruises. .. Rat-Killlig Demonstration— Fifty men gathered at Clarence Saxton'a last week Tuesday for a rat eradication demonstration conducted by^'Couhty, Ageht '.Bnmn> Who used" poison 1 Salt 'and gas.' An unreported number of rats were killed. Baby for Raymond .Larsons— (Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Raymond Larson' are parentsjof a daughter, born Wednesday, iMay.17, the .first child. Mrs. Lester to Rochester- Mrs. Vance Lester left Thursday for Rochester to consult Mayo doctors. Other Swea-Eagle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, Gerled, spent Thursday evening with the John Jongbergs,' and all attended exercises at Armstrong in which Arden Jongberg was graduated. ' colorfully decorated flowers, and each ables were with spring place was graced with unique fa- rors, made by the Plumb children, f orange slice and other smaller :andles to represent baskets of lowers. Fifty-eight sat down to a satisfy- ng luncheon. Adding those re- ponsible for serving the meal x>osted the group total to 70. The committee in charge was Mrs. Fred Plumb, chairman, and rfesdames Arie Ditmer, Jake Smith, and James Knoll. hower for Sew Bride— A group of 35 friends gathered at Good Hope Community room Saturday afternoon for a post-nuptial hower in honor of Mrs. Robert S. Nolte, formerly Doris Mittafe, sec- 3nd daughter of Mrs.:Emil'Mittag. Many beautiful and practical gifts were received. A luncheon of ice yearn and angel-food cake was erved. The young people are at present iving at the E. A. Genrich home, seeping the home open during Mrs. Genrich's recovery from a recent operation. They will eventually locate in a home of their own at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Nolte were married Mar. 19 by the Rev. Harold >Booch, Jehtodlst pastor at Fairmont. Mr. Volte is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nolte, Algona, and is employed in the Ben Franklin store. Titonka Girl is Married- Mr, and Mrs. James Knoll went o Titonka Sunday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Knoll's nephew, "Wilbur Schram, who was married o Helen Bede at one p. m. at the rlethodlst church. The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom's Tandfather, the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, former Good Hope and Titonka >astor. The bridegroom's parents, rfr. and Mrs. Will Schram, were married in the same churh by Mr. Mitchell 24 years ago. The bride, whose home is at Titonka, has >een teaching the past year at Spirit Lake. The groom is second man at the Farmers elevator, Titonka, where the newlyweds will eside. Improvements at Dodds Farm— The W. I. Dodds farm home has undergone improvements this spring. Five rooms upstairs and down have been redecorated, Mrs. Otis Sanders and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Lone Rock, doing the work. A rather unique paneling scheme was carried out in the living room, giving an unusual effect. Other improvements made earlier this spring included remodeling of the tenant house, now occupied by the William Gustins. A cottage- roofed 12x12 addition was joined to the structure already existing, making an L-shaped house which THREE PATROLS OF BOY SCOUTS AT UVERMORE Livermore, May 29 — The new Lions club met at the town hall last week Monday evening, Smith's cafe serving 7 o'clock dinner. Royal Bennett, county treasurer, related his experience in boy scout work. - Van : Hiserpdt, -, leader, of a newly orgaiQizre'd''boy scout troop, here gave ,a brief talk. : Twenty-seven boys have signed up, and more are expected. The boys range in age from 12 to 16, and they-are divided into three patrols, Wolf, Owl, and Bob White. Patrol leaders are Virgil Behounek, Peter Wilson, and Jack Oilman, and assistants are Robert Opheim, Dennis Behounek, and Donald Behounek. TRUTH about ADVERTISING By CHARLES B. ROTH FLY BY NIGHTS Gail BerrybJll Son Sick- Mr, and Mrs. Gail Berryhill, with the daughter Jean, have returned from Iowa City, to which point they were called by word that the son Billy was sick. He is a student in the university, and for some time he has had an infection in one of his eyes. He also recently had an operation for appendicitis. In Gail's absence Tom Sweeney covered the former's rural letter route. Rowena Bennett to Wed— Announcement of the approaching marriage of a former Livermore girl, Rowena Bennett, to Walter Hurlburt, Fort Dodge, has been received here. The date will be June 10. .Miss Bennett lived here for some '-years 'while her father, A. C. Bennett, was manager for the local Farmers elevator. Grocer Off on Vacation— R. J. Hughes is clerking at the Smith. Bros, meat market and grocery this week while Albert Smith and his family are making vacation visits. First they were to visit Mrs. Smith's father and brothers at Milo, then a son at Chariton. Mrs. Charles Raney Better- Mrs. Charles Raney is improved, following a sickness that had kept her bedfast more than a week. She expects to enter a hospital when she is stronger and she may have an operation. Old Store Building Razed— Issac Smith is razing the former C. C. Phillips store building, which he owns. He will use the lumber in a six-room house on lots he recently bought of Charles Jennings. Other Livermore News. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tuttle last week Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clark, Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson, of Humboldt. The birthdays of Messrs. Tuttle and Clark were celebrated. Relatives of William Cameron ere called to Austin, Minn., Fri- ay by word that he was critically ick. He lives with his daughter, Jrs. Clinton La Bar. Mrs. E. M. Jensen, her children, nd Beulah Gladstone drove to owa City Friday, and Beulah is pending this week with her sister largaret, student nurse at the ospital there. The Jensens are Islting relatives. Mrs. Ida Tarbell, Waterloo, came 'riday for ten days with friends, he is at Alex Krueger's. Mrs. Everett Larson, Los Ange- es, arrived Friday for an extend- d visit with her parents, Mr. and tfrs. Jay Godden. The Gordon Blanchards, Olin, SAVE AT THE SIGN OF THE GOODYEAR DIAMOND DUTCH': Specialized Lubrication, Waslu»», Crwiltcase Flushing Motorola Car Kadlos, Goodyear Batteries, Stand art OA aid Gag, Brake Service Phot* U, Alf«M. is much more convenient. commodious and Harveys Take 0. E. S. Degree- Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Harvey went to Fort Dodge Wednesday, where they were inducted that evening into the White Shrine, a high order in the Eastern Star lodge. Friends from Algona who went down to see them receive the work were Mrs. Casey Loss, Mr. and Mrs. George St. John, Mrs. Hugh Herman, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. One other candidate, a woman at Fort Dodge, received the work with the Harveys. S. S. Picnic is Planned- Plans are being talked for the annual Good Hope Sunday school picnic, which, it is hoped, may be held under more favorable circumstances this year than last. It will be remembered that at that time there was an epidemic of measles and mumps, as well as an excessive amount of rainfall, which necessitated postponement till after the Fourth, resulting in about half the usual crowd. Tisit Experimental Farms— William Dodds, Loyd Gross Fred Will, and E. M. Elmore joined a group at Lone Rock Saturday morning to go to Wiuona, Minn, via bus. The day was spent at the experimental and demonstration farms of the Watkins Remedies Co., checking on feeding anc medical experiments which the company has been trying out with livestock. To Observe Children's Day- Preparations are being made for the celebration of Children's day at the Good Hope church Sunday June 11. A special program is being prepared, which will include features appropriate,.to the occasion. Parents desiring their children baptized, and any candidates for admission into church, membership, should get in touch with the pastor. School Directors Meet— There was a meeting of the school directors of Union town ship at the Center school Friday evening to discuss upkeep problems. All members were present as was also the representative o. a supply house with which the board is negotiating for the pur chase of equipment. Definite ac tion was deferred till the July meeting. Student Nurse at Home— William Dodds, Frances Winkel and Florence Dodds drove to Sioux City last week Tuesday, and were accompanied on their return b; Bernice Dodds, who is takin nurse's training at the Methodis hospital there. Bernice will begin her senior year next fall. She i home for three weeks of rest an recreation. Other Good Hope. The Rev. J. C. Buthman, new district superintendent of Algon district Methodist church, preach ed for the first time at the Whit temore and Good Hope churche Sunday, He is an effective speak er and a good thinker, and wa well received by his hearers. H^ethbert Bond, Ledyard, is new hired man at A. J. Dittmer's. H has a brother working for Law rence Dittmer, near Lone Rock. Now that we have wangled good rain out of the Lord with ou worry what shall we talk about? lAJTHENEVER Jeff Peters, the en- iHr gaging hero in the book of O. Henry stories called "The Gentle Grafter," went into a new town and spread his samples ot corn cure, ink remover, etc., out in front of him. he always took one precaution. He made note of how soon the next train left •He had to. Jeff never knew'what'. minute he'd have to fold up his kit and hot-foot It for the station, with policemen and angry customers in close pursuit He was that kind of business man. We call them "fly by nights." They still infest our cities and towns, but you never saw one of them advertise or build * lasting success. The man 'who advertises for your patronage shows that he has foresight and courage. He wants to establish goodwill and to remain in business, and the best way for him to do these things is to send down roots and advertise so that-you may come, to him whenever you need what he sells. f> Jeff Peters stands for the furtive parasite, hanging around the fringe of respectable society, dashing in and taking whatever he can, giving nothing in return, ready to flee at Charles Both any minute, always expecting to have to flee. .. The manufacturer or merchant who advertises, however, serves notice that he has become a member of the community and society. He announces that he intends to be your business friend and to warrant your patronage. ; And you buy frorasuch a manWith -perfect assurance that you will always get your money's worth. And you do. • ). . 'It's possible for you to go into some stores and find merchandise which glib salesmen assure you is "just as good." The fact that even they use advertised items as the standard of comparison, is proof enough that they recognize the permanent power of the force we call advertising. Ton as a consumer get more for yrar money if, in all your baying, yon avoid the Jeff Peterses of business and select whatever yon need from the stores of merchants wha advertise and who sell advertised goods. A business organization which wants'to get the most for the money sets up standards by which to Judge' what is offered to it, and in Wash- 'ington the government has an elaborate Bureau ot Standards. You can have your own Bureau of Standards, too. Just consult the advertising columns of your newspaper. They safeguard your purchasing-power, every day of every year. 9 Charles B. Both. PORTLANDERS PROUD OF TWO HONOR PUPILS Portland 1Vp., May 2» — Portland Is proud to have had two of the scbdlastlcally high ranking seniors In the-Burt high school :lhis-year. 'LavoAne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mra. P. A. Rlngs- dorf, was .salutatorian, .and Ma- :belllne, only'daughter *of -'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, placed third. Lavonne is now working at the soil conservation office at Algona, and Mabelllne will attend college at Cedar Falls during the summer term, after which she will teach the No. 4 school'in Portland. Peppy Pals Hare Practice— The Portland Peppy Pals held music practice Friday evening at Mrs. Martin Becker'e. 'Equipment was made for a ball drill for Rally day The assistant leader, Mrs. Tom TreBary, and Mrs. Tony Jandl attended. » Mrs. Zanke Getting Bettor— 'Mrs. J. H. Zanke is improving from a recent illness. Shirley Harvey, a granddaughter, is staying with and helping her. Mrs. Zanke had a minor operation on one arm at a Fort Dodge hospital a short time ago. Grandson Is Graduated— 'Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf went to Maxwell Thursday to attend exercises in which their granddaughter, Zola Shipler, -was graduated. She-:.is a daughter, of the former Neva .Rihgsdorf.' "•';.,. Birthday is Celebrated— ' • James Hudson, employed at Ray McWhorter's, celebrated his 23rd birthday last week Monday by entertaining 12 relatives, including some from Michigan. Lunch was served. Shower for Teacher Planned— A group of women met with Mrs. Martin Becker last week Monday evening and planned a shower for one of the. Portland teachers who will not be on the staff next year. Other Portland News. This is an invitation to .the Adrance farm correspondent, Mr. Klamp, to look over the Portland area for cultivated cornfields. No doubt that .cultivated field he saw near' Wesley looked pretty nice and clean, but say, we just don't lelieve that: cultivation' was • any earlier than in some other locali- ies. LONE ROCK OFFICIAL NOTICE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZEN'S OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Notice la hereby given that The .linneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company, a corporation, and L,. C. Sprague, as receiver of the Mlnneapo- 1s & St. Louis Railroad Company and not as an Individual, .of Minneapolis, Minnesota, have made application to the Iowa State Commerce Commission, under the provisions of Chapter 2S2-A1, Code of Iowa, 1935, for a Cer- ificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of freight (Route 1) between Oskaloosa, came last week Tuesday for a visit at J. M. •Blanchard's. J. M. and his son Harlan attended a hardware men's banquet at Emmetsburg last week Monday evening. Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, Bunt, spent Saturday with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, her daughter. The Mite society met Thursday with Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs. Andrew Thomson assisting, and plans were laid for a Guest day on June 20. The next meeting will be. with Mrs. P. M. Christenson and Mrs. W. C. Heiter. Attorney J. M. Dye Leaving Swea City Swea City, May 29 — J, M Dye has closed his home, following death of his wife and is leaving Swea City to live at his son Daniel's at Clear Lake. He will, however, return frequently to look after his law practice and insurance business. This marks a major change in the local professional circle, for Mr. Dye has been here so long as to seem like a fixture. It is believed that he has been here since 1896,- or for some 43 years. Irvlngton Schoolboy Wounded. Irvlngton, May 29—Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schiclitl, Lu- Verne, suffered a deep gash in the face recently while he was play- Mrs. George Harner entertained Methodist .women's circle last Wednesday. There • was a -large at- endance. Mrs. E. S. Bergeson, Mrs. Willam .Meyer, 'Mrs. Harold Hewitt, Mrs. Arden HOvey, 'daughter Diann, Mrs. Jay Larson, her chil- Iren, Inez and Joel, and Mrs. Emli Carson spent last week Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Francis Torino's. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McElwee, of Fairmont, were visiting at Charles McElwee's last week. Mrs. Francis Sievold, son James, ifrs. Robert Bryan, and the latter's baby, Maple Hill, visited Thursday at Martin Moiinder's. New Shason, Searsboro, Lynnvllle, Sully, Killduff, Newton, Grinnell, ^ewburg, Oilman, Laurel, Marshalltown, Dillon, Oilman, Newburf?, Orln- nell, Searaboro, New Sharon, and Oscaloosa, In Mahaska, Poweshlek, Jas-l per and Marshall Counties, Iowa; I'Route 2) between Marshalltown, \ Minerva, demons Grove, St. Anthony, Zearing, MoCallsburg, iRoland and Story City, in Marshall and Story Counties, Iowa; ORoute 3) between Marshalltown, Albion, Liscomb, Union, Gifford, Eldora, Steamboat iRock, Ackley, Faulkner, Geneva, Hampton, Chapln, Sheffield, Rockwell and Mason City, in Marshall, Grundy, (Hardin, Frariklin and Cerro Gordo Counties, Iowa; dRloute 4) between Des Molnes, West Des Moines, Waukee, Dallas Center, Minburn, Perry, Angus, Rippey, Grand Junction, Dana. Paton, Lena, Gowrie, Callender, Moorland and Fort (Dodge, in Polk, Dallas, IBoone. Greene and Welbster Counties, Iowa; ORoute 5) between Fort Dodge, Tara, Clare, Pioneer, Gilmore City, Rolfe, Plover, Mallard, Curlew, Ayrshire, Tluthven, Spencer, Langdon, Terrll and Estherville, In Webster, Humboldt, Pocahontas, Palo Alto, Clay, Dickinson, and Emmet Counties, Iowa; and ORoute 6) between Fort Dodge, Badger, Humboldt, Arnold, {Livermore, Lu Verae, Hanna, Corwith, Stilson, Britt, Forest City, (Leland, Lake Mills and the north line of the State of Iowa, in Webster, Humboldt, Kossuth, Hancock, Winnebago and 'Worth Counties, Iowa. The Iowa State Commerce Commission has fixed Tuesday, June 13, 1939, nine-thirty o'clock a. m., at the office of the Mahaska County Auditor, kaloosa, Iowa; Wednesday, June 14, 1939, nine-thirty o'clock a. m., at the office of the Marshall County Auditor, Marshalltown, Iowa; Thursday, June 16, 1939, nine-thirty o'clock a. nx at the office of the Cerro Gorio County Auditor, Mason City, Iowa; Friday, June 16, 1939, nine-thirty o'clock a. m., at the office of the Clay County Auditor, Spencer, Iowa; Tuesday, June 20, 1939, nine-thirty o'clock a. m., at the office of the Webster County Auditor, Fort Dodge, Iowa, and Wednesday, June 21, 1939, nine-thirty o'clock a. m., at the office of the Commission in Des Moines, Iowa, as times and places for public hearings on this application. , _ IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION . Georg e L., M^Cau : , • • • ' • 'Secretary. Des Moines, Iowa. May 13, 1939. Docket No. «-3867. 36-37 ing on the school swings. Stitches were needed to close the wound. 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