George kid Leonard Osteraas were
called to Hammer Sunday by the
severe Illness of their mother.
Mr. and Mrs. John Osteraas, Mr.
and Mrs. Hoagen Ulstad left Sun
day morning for Rever, N, D., where
they will visi'. relatives for a few
Miss Edna Langfeldt and the Haas
young folks and Delia Novak, of
Lidgerwood attended the dance here
Julius Walstad spent Saturday at
Richard Olson and Mr. Murhpy, of
Sisseton took In the dance here Fri
Mrs. Ben Vollmer, Mrs. John
Brandell. Mrs. Otto Tritten and Miss
Clara Kirsh spent Sunday evening at
the Frank Wenschlag home
Leslie Gauper, Earl Brandell .Krt
'Kpth and Clarence Walstad autoed
to Lake Traver- Sunday.
Ruben and Arnold Twire and Fits
worth Sandsmark spent Sunday at
George Osteraas and Esther Bran
dell spent Saturday evening at the.
Albert Harstad home near Hammer,
iv Carl Pederson, of Sisseton, tran
sacted business here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gleason w*re
Veblen shoppers Saturday.
Albert Ulstad and daughter Dfilali
autoed to Veblen Saturday They
were accompanied home by Miss
Herman and Robert Wenschlag au
toed to Hankinson Sunday evening
to visit old friends.
I#: Mrs. John Brandell and children
spent Saturday evening at the Albert
Johnie Vollmer and Dr. Wolfe au
toed to Lidgerwood Sunday on busi
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and son
LeRoy and Joe Eder autoed to Wah
peton, N D., Saturday to attend the
Mr and Mrs. John Osteraas spent
Saturday evening at Hoagen Ulstad's
Etbel Murray and Esther Gorsuc!i
spent Sunday with relatives and
friends at White Rock.
The Claire CSV* Bank was enter
ed by burglars early Friday morning
between the hours of 2 and 4. They
9./ gained access to the vault by blast
ing a hole in the wall large enough
tor a fnan to enter. $250.00 In silver
valuables were taken,
tfo trace of the burglars has been'
found but two suspicious looking
characters had been seen around
Claire City for a few days before the
lira. Knute Walstad and son Jul
lus accompanied by Mrs. Clarence
Batre and daughter Iner were Sisse
ton shoppers Saturday.
Mlas Lillian Kromer and Mrs. J.
M. Olson spent Saturday in Veblen.
Nols 8wanson, of Sisseton. busi
ness callers here Saturday.
llr. Mid Mrs. John Osteraas spent
Wednesday evening at Harstad's,
Johnnie Johnson has been doing
carpenter work In Hammer the past
Mr. and Mrs. John'Vollmer spent
Wednesday at the R. O Gauper home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Gunnarson and
children apent Tuesday in Sisseton.
Mr Overgaard. of Centerville, S. D.
arrived Tuesday to spend a few days
at the Jerry Kuck home.
Jerry -Kuck and Mr. Overgaard
transacted business In Sisseton Wed
Mr. Olda, of Hankinson, brought
load of potatoes down for Otto Trlt
Mra. Olson and daughter Maybelle.
Misa Kromer, Mrs. Fred Gleason and
Mra. H. Q. Anderson autoed to Veb
len Thursday to attend a Ladies Aid
Oeorge Osteraas and Bather Bran
dell spent Wednesday evening at the
Hinted home near Hammer.
Mra. John Osteraas returned from
Appleton Wednesday where she has
.been visiting relatives and friends.
Nela Strand and children Blvert
And Julia and Rosvelt orannarson
autoed to Wahpeton Wednesday to
attend the fair.
Mr., and Mrs John Vollmer and
Joyce Oauper, of- Mew Effington,
••petit Tuesday evening at the R. O.
3""': Arnold Duerr and Charely-Kirsh,
Is working for Joe Erclnek grad
ill the past week
vn Olftt ud Gerad Gpnnaraon apent
awning at tbe Percy Arm'
(«ssfoMt.«t Uiccrwood was
tW OtM Trtttis
John Poryseth, Silvert Ulstad and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson attend-,
ed the fair at Wahpeton Wednesday.
Albert Rusch, Aug Otto and John
Ickler spent Tuesday and Wednesday
at Lake Travers.
Albert Ulstad was a Veblen visi
Alex Prior, of Wheaton, Minn.,
was a business caller here Thursday.
•Howard Olson and Sivert Ulstad
autoed to Wahpeton Saturday to
take in the fair.
Bernice Sandsmark spent over
Sunday with her parents, Mr. am!
Mrs. B. T. Sandsmark.
Gumo transacted business in Sis
seton Friday evening.
Mr. Sassie, of Veblen, transacted
business here Saturday.
Mr. Remmerlard, of Lake City
spent Saturday here on business.
Ralph Kuck and Joseph Hanson
were Hammer visitors Tuesday.
John M. Olson was a Sisseton busi
ness caller the first part of the week.
William Swedlund, of Sisseton was
here Wednesday soliciting for Hie
Salvation Army fund.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Gordon attend
ed the aid Wednesday in Bethel
church. The entertainers were Mrs.
Ben Stave and Mrs. Gilbert Gold
Beryl Hulin is spending a few days
with her aunt Mrs. Nath Manly.
Mr. Mahoney. of Sisseton.
came over Tuesday accompanied by
Mrs. Jay Price and son Robert, who
were returning from Magnolia, Minn,
and Milbank where they have been
Mrs. Ludvig Larson, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Olaf Aadland
of Sisseton the past three weeks, re
turned home and is now visiting with
Mr. Larson's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Wolf and John Simon were
Sisseton business callers Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Hegland spent
Wednesday evening with tbe Jay
'LeRoy Wicks attended a sale near
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Twite spent
Thursday evening at the Hans Twite
Mrs. Ernest Schumacher and
daughter Bethel spent Friday after
noon with Mrs. J. F. Soulak.
Orlle Holland, of Effington, was a
caller here Tuesday.
Frank Wolf, August Otto and
John Simon spent Wednesday at
Ceo. Anderson, of Veblen, was a
business caller here Wednesday.
Joe Soulak made a business trip
to Sisseton Thursday.
Rev. Gunnarson and daughter
Ruth autoed to SiRseton Thursday.
Charley Kluge, of Hankinson was
a caller Thursday.
Mrs. Knute Walstad and son Jul- Monday.
ius. Mrs Clarence Satre and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. O Gauper autoed
Inez and Mrs. R. H. Gunderson and
daughter Marios were Veblen shop
Mr. and Mrs., LeRoy Wicks were
Veblen callers Wednesday.
Leonard Osteraas and Leslie
Gauper called on the Flatland broth
ers Tuesday evening.
Gust Berndt and children, Edgar
and Alfrfedta autoed to Hankinson
Tuesday where the former took the
:train for Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sukow and
family from near Sisseton spent
Monday at the August Otto home.
Carrel brothers from the Peever
ranch were business callers here
Mrs. Soulak Is spending a few days
with the Wallace family north of
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Birdsall and
children, of Hammer, spent Tuesday
here with friends.
Albert Ulstad tranascted buslners
In Hammer Wednesday.
Mrs. Gust Kleven and father, Jim
Conley, made a buiness trip to Veb
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and son
LeRoy autoed to 8issetoa Wednesd \y
to spend the day at the Olaf Aad!and
Mrs. Joe Smith and son LeRoy.
Mrs. Ezra 8mlth and Edward and
Clarence Witt autoed out to the Hans
Hillestad home Friday. The boys
remained for an over Sunday visit.
Louie Brandell accompanied theni
back to town.
Mrs. Ben Vollmer and Mrs. John
Brandell and son LeRoy spent
Sheriff Baker, of Sisseton, was a
icaller here Friday.
Jerry Peterson autoed to Dalberg
Friday on business.
Odell Olson, of Effington was a
caller -here Friday.
Miss Alice Peterson spent over
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Peterson. Miss
teaches near Veblen.
John Aseraas spent Tuesday at
the Hartad liome near Hammer.
Mr. Hans Twite and son Albert au
toed to Sisseton Tuesday, the former
remaining there on business.
Agnes Twite spent Tuesday with
Mrs. Ruben Twite.
Geo. Renqix, of Hankinson, tran
sacted business here Tuesday.
Louie Feigum, of Hammer was a
.caller here Tuesday.
iLudvig Larson autoed to Sisseton
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wenschlag
were Sisseton shoppers Tuesday.
Or. Williams, of Sisseton was
caller here Monday.
Fred Gleason transacted business
in Sisseton Monday.
Ottmar Cloeter, of Dalberg, was a
business caller here Monday.
Ludvig and Alfred Larson, Ted
Huhn, and Joseph Johnson return
ed from Minot, N. D., Monday where
they have been threshing.
Jerry Peterson made a business
trip to Hammer Monday.
Gust Berndt autoed to Sisseton
to New Effington Monday returning
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sheldon autoed
to Veblen Saturday to have °,denta'
iRussel Gunderson and son Noel.
Ernest Schumacher and son Floyd
«pent Sunday at Mud Lake.
Clarence Gredros and Oscar Krog
stad spent Sunday hunting at Dry
Mr. and Mrs. John Vollmer have
moved back into their residence after
living in Effington for the past year.
Clayton Soulak and Lena Wor
chester spent over Sunday at home.
They both attend the St. Boniface
school at Lidgerwood.
.NATIONAL OOXFKRKNCK OK
ETHODLST8 OT DETROIT
iDetroit, Michigan, Oct. 13.—The
Rev. R. J. Wade. D. D„ Correspond
ing Secretary of the Committee on
Conservation and Advance of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, Chica
go, Illinois, announces a national
conference of the church to consider
its world wide missionary and bene
volent interests to be held in the
church house of Central Methodist
Spiscopal Church. Detroit, Michigan,
Mr, and Mrs. E. G. Anderson au- I giving, prayer, and council,'a realic
toed to Wtehpeton Wednesday to at
tend the fair.
Thursday evening at the Otto Trittin I boards of benevolence, members and
John Fuehman left Friday for
Edgley, N. D., to apend over 8unday
with the homo folks.
ftob Flaws, of Slsseton apent Fri
day at the. Tom Flaw* home:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hegland left I terance has
Tharsday for Sionx Clty, Iowa, where
iheyj will spend the winter.'
^iiiillan Men aad Margie Qreeaeth
Thnrsday afternoon with Ag-
Dr. Wade said,
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Iver Slielstad, of Hammer, was
•caller here Tuesday.
Joseph Johnson went to Effington
Tuesday on the F. & V.
Martin Pederson, of Sisseton was
a caller in town Tuesday.
Banker Dahl, of Hammer, was a
business caller here Tuesdy.
the conference is to assemble repre
sentatives of the Methodist Episco-
pal Church for three days of thanks'
ed need and the church's rtply. The
conference will be held for informa
tion, Inspiration and 'deepening of
the spiritual life of the Methodist
Episcopal Church. It is expected
that through this conference that
America and all the world will hear
the solmn voices of a church reiterat
ing its loyal devotion to Jesus Christ
as the hope of the world, at a time
when the spiritual forces' of the
world are unaroused."
The conference will review pro
gress of the world program outlined
in the centenary period of Ave years.
To finance this work Methodists of
the United States pledge,*}/in the
Centenary Campaign H9$.,P00,00fl
payable in five years. Dr. Morris W.
Ehnes, Treasurer, recently reported
that over 133,000,000,000 had been
paid In the first two years
The committee in charge has
placed the conference at the same
time with regular meetings of the
boards of benevolence and meetings
of the bishops. AU seats at the con
ference will be assigned and reserv
The following groups are being In
vlted: Bishops, district superintend
ents, members of the council of
tstaff of constitutent boards, the edi
tors of Methodist papers, live pastors
and five laymen from each episcopal
area la addition to members of the
The f«nd tor expenses ot the con-
given by men'and
women as testimony of their devo
tion and interest.
(Dr. Ralph B. Dlffendorfer, secre
tary. Deyartttent of Education Com
CtaservatloB and Advance,
As Thanksgiving approaches, with
its return of fond recollections of
father and mother, the old place and
the old ''Home Town," are we going
to forget that the boy and the girl
and the friend tar away there in the
city or the other state, are hunger
ing for the people and the things of
th.e happy old days?
"Home" is still the greatest word
in the English language, or_ any
language, and no matter how rich or
how poor they are who Kave gone
away from us, their hearts are still
tuned to the fond recollections of
Chicago, Illinois, is executive secre
tary of the convention.
This will be the greatest gather
ing ever held except the quadrennial
conference of the Methodist Episco
pal Church. Three thousand Metho
dist leaders from all over the Unit
ed States are to assemble at this
meeting of national and Internation
al importance, and at the same tini"
every leiratlaa el'Mai
NEWS FROM THE OLD HOME TOWN
MOV I THK "OLD HOMK TOWN'
Is your boy or girl off in tiie city,
struggling among strangers, strug
gling to make good among the tall
buildings and smoke stacks, among
new friends, good, bad or indiffer
ent. What will bring a fuller hour of
joy to their hearts regularly every
week than the ''Home Town" paper?
And believe us, the boy or girl or
woman who finds happiness in read
ing about the news of old home and
old friends is the man or woman who
is proof against the snares of the
Is there an old neighbor or old
friend who is plodding his or her
path through life among strangers?
Michigan Methodists will assemble in
.the Church building adjoining, and
have the privilege of hearing these
national leaders on world-wi^e prob
lems and their solution.
"What's the matter?"
"Why, I sold an article on 'Fresh
Milk,' and the editor condensed it!"
Mileage a Certainty-
t—•* s? i. 't
Car Owner* want more rubber on the tread where the wear is
hardest more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and
jspowerfid carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non
Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give
sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of
Read Letters Below—
Records from 29,000 to S7.000 Miles
Cord Tiro buOt the Firestoo*
way could not Ml to produce
mileage. Every day, from all over
the country, come* the word that
10,000, SO,000 or 00,000 miles arc
frequent and consistent
la*. IS, ItJl
I ntaii ImwHIi tiw Miwt) al I Ha« Bi».
Card On. TWs tin ha* raa JT,*M aiha.
I hsva iawda aavaa tln« Ilia aaanga
te each mwi
yea will aim Ma
ja (aaufkaMa ntari.
It I* a«i«fl»Br w—al
aa I tana tbe a»ir «a
fa a aavara Mm. Hew
to eaaaHaa ta aet vet
at aw»kt aaf
la tfch (attic lite as is ear cert lire
•illy Pireatene reaeurcei aad eayeri
eaca caa ptevMe ihia eeality at tbia
J. N. Spackms^n, Sisseton, S. D.
Wouldn't the home paper with its
budget of news from the old place,
delivered regularly ever) week in
the year, bring cheer and comfort to
"Subscribe for your Home Town
Paper" Week is an event that is
scheduled for Nov. 7 to Nov. 12.
Come in and subscribe for the Sisse
ton Standard for that boy, for that
girl, for that father or that former
neighbor. Or if you think they would
rather subscribe themselves, send
them a copy of this week's papen
with this editorial marked.
Or send us their name and we will
do it for you.
Young Son: Father, what is the dif
ference between robbery and pillage?
Father: Perhaps I can explain it,
my son, by saying that a dentist's
bill is robbery, while a doctor's bill
is absolute pillage. —Wayside Tales.
Now and then they are empha
sised by unusual instances such
as quoted below. Performances
like these demonstrate the ulti
mate possibilities of Firestone
Cords under careful driving.
Tha Matvar Mack
Safl «. IMS
It eecan te aa that yea aright be lalereeted
la tbe aileaae that I afctataeS fret tha ee» al
Plreetaae Car* W« aa 5 PaS«a ceitye- The
•rat tka »e«t aver It.
toe mil**. Tbe eecea*
dre relied u» a mileeae
el betaeea M.SSS aa
II,MS. Thee* ware bath
rear Urea aad had beni
cat caaiidarably by
chaiae. The twe freM
tiree have (eaa bMter
the* II,MS milee aad ere
atill ia teed ceadKiea. t,
a «»act te eat at liaat
4MSS aiflaa frea eacbaf
tbea. I aeed ecercely
•ay that the Ficeeteae
Cord arill be ay
cboict far tha latere.
Archie H. Seerd.
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