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MONROIIYIMINC TIMiS, MONROI, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1947 PAtl PIVI • News Paragraphs SCOOTS TAKE HONORS 'Scout troop 148 took honors at the Boy Scout camp at Apple River .Canyon during their week of -camping, winning one of the two banners for top achievement in icout practices. • Marshall Ingwell reports the I -boys averaged 4.6 out of a possi- j f 5 in their on No. 1 court, in front ot all the spectators. Booth reports that all eyes were on the American to see what he could do in competition. With the strong support of feminine players, the Ghent team won the match. APPLIES FOR LICENSE Application for a class B liquor license and fermented malt beverage license has been made to i>in city council by Delbert John !, 2029 17th avenue, for prem- 1629 10th street, Headquar- i, now operated by Louis bavior, cooperation and conduct •in the camp program .* -'A large group of the boys were •tenderfoot scouts and while at i worked for the second class and also passed some of the requirements. The f°"° win e ;non Duerst, Erwin Zweifel, son of Mrs. Margaret Zweifel. Frederick Duerst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Duerst. passed the requirements Jor knife and axe, cooking and fire tmilding, while Russell Erb, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Erb, passed .requirements for nature study and •star stady. Paul and Jack Heller, «ons of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heller, ^passed tests for knife aid axe, fire building, nature and star study. Courtnev Matzinger, son of Mr. and Mrs" Herman Matringer, passed sxemanship and Roy Neuen- ichwander, nephew of Ernest Thierstein, passed nature and star studv. Eugene Arn, son of Mr. and Mrs."Palmer Am, passed axeman- sfaip and also' joined the Order of the Arrow. Local scouts are planning to attend the Cub-Brooklyn baseball game in Chicago Sunday, Aug. 3. FIVE ATTEND CLINIC New Glarus—(Special) — Five local high school musicians are attending the annual summer music clinic at the University of Wisconsin, Harley Streiff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Streiff; Dor- otfcy Engler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Engler; Barbara Mexifaaier, daughter of the Ray W. Meythalers; Russell Reuter, son <jf Mr." and Mrs. Clarence Reuter; Bodney Wittwer, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Robert Wittwer. NEW GLARUS ACTIVE Most Green county homemakers' units are not meeting this summer, but not so with the New Glarus group. This organization has a varied program. On the second Wednesday of August the club will have a pot luck supper at the New Glarus State Woods park and plans for the fall season will be made. At tfce last meeting, a number of members and guests brought interesting pieces of chinaware. Mrs. Henry Schmid, who has distinguished herself as an authority , in the fields, gave an interesting i talk on the items. Previously Mrs. ' Margaret Slaver, high school home * economics teacher, spoke on gar- i dening and floral arrangements and Mrs. Durward McVey, former borne economics teacher, gave an interesting talk on interior decorating. BOOTH WINS AT NET A former member of the Monroe Tennis club, Charles A. Booth, now living in Ghent, Belgium, is pairing no back seat in tennis circles in his adopted country. Pressed into competition an hour before a scheduled match, he reports it took three had-fougbt sets to overcome his rival, a young man from Brugge, Belgium, with a score of 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. Playing FOR VISIT After an absence of 45 years, George Walsh, of the army transport service, passed through Monroe yesterday on his way to visit friends at Benton and" Cuba City. Benton t arms, Walsh is the son of the deceased John Benton. He has been in the service for 30 years. He is also the nephew of Christie Walsh, sports writer. Walsh relat.es that when he moved to Cleveland at the age of thirteen he was plied with questions about the wild Indians in Benton. He did not .disappoint friends with his stories. Walsh left this morning for a business trip to Madison, after which he will return to New York. KING IS DIRECTOR Marshfield—(Special) — Herbert King, Albany, was elected a director of the Wisconsin Flying Farmers at their first state convention here yesterday. Thirty- six planes and some 100 members gathered at the Marshfield municipal airport. FIX CHURCH CLOCK New Glarus — (Special) — At a special meeting of the village board, it was voted to sign a contract calling for the modernization of the church clock. Winding and striking will be done by electricity and weights will be eliminated. The expense will be about $860 of which the church congregation is to pay $250 and the village the rest. The clock has not been striking for some time as the cables were called unsafe. HURT BY PULLEY New Glarus — (Special)—Waldo Freitag sustained a deep gash on his head when a pulley broke loose and struck him while he was loading hay. The rope snapped letting the pulley sway. STOLEN CAR FOUND Darlington — (Special) — The automobile of Paul Short, stolen July 3rd, was recovered at Cody, Wyo. Paul Gallagher and Short went West to return the car.- Reportedly stolen by "a Luck, Wis., man, last word from authorities was the man will not be returned to Wisconsin but will be prose- cutetCfcPleder 31 court in Wyoming^ ^/ ' WCTU ELECTS OFFICERS Mrs. William A. Dreibebis was relected president of the WCTU at their annual business meeting following a picnic at Recreation park. Other officers and committee superintendents and chairmen are: Mrs. William Schmerse, vice president; Mrs. J. G. Bleiler, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred Salzwedel, corresponding secretary; Mrs. George Hartwig, treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Stuessy, sunshine treasurer; Miss Mamie Bleiler, Evangelistic superintendent, assisted LADIES ATTENTION We Hove A Large Assortment of NEW PRINT BAGS In Stock Monroe Feed and Seed Co. Across From City Hotel K UNDERT-ELMEP FOOD SHOP •* Phono 398—W. Dal 100 lb. Bags Pure Cane Sugar Birds Eye Frozen Roasting Chicken Ice Cream - Pints, i Gallon and Gallons Frozen Chicken Chow Mein 12 oz. 3?c Dreff - - *1c New Whole Irish Potatoes..:.....19 oz. 19c Pasco Brand Tangerine Juice 18 oz. 16c Pure Shredded Coconut 3 J oz. 25c Phillips Pure Peach Preserves .....16 oz. 29c Phillips Pure Cherry Preserves... .12 oz.29c pears — Apricots — Peaches — Cantaloupe Watermelon — Grapes — Green Wax Beans Peas — Pascal Celery — Cabbage Head Lettuce — Plums — Carrots Fresh and Cold Meats TO GET NEW CAR — The Ahoskie Kiwanis club, of Ahoskie, N. C., announced it will provide a $3,200 automobile for Harvey Jones, 25-year-old war veteran. Jones held' the lucky number in the club's raffle of a car, but was told after the drawing that negroes were not eligible for the prize. (AP Wirephoto) by Mrs. Herman W. Kohn; Mrs. Charles Krueger, citizenship director; Mrs. Frank Drake, director of official papers; Mrs. Sch- merse, director of temperance and missions;; Mrs. Otillia Wilde, publicity; Mrs. Julia Legler, literature; Mrs. John C. Elmer, social chairman, assisted by Mrs. Orla J. Tracy and Mrs. Emma Bacon, Mrs. John C. Elmer, membership and visiting, assisted by Mrs. Mary Maske, Mrs. Await Eichstadt, and Mrs. W. J. Haddinger. OLD HOSPITAL SOLD Darlington — (Special) — The McConnell and McGreane hospital was sold at auction to Charles DuVal for $10,200. BUDGET POSTPONED Darlington — (Special) — The annual • school meeting of school district No. 12, city of Darlington, is adjourned until Monday, Aug. 4, when the matter of the budget will be acted upon. Elmer Virtue was elected clerk for a three year term and Mrs,.J. W. Howcry and Dr. L. E. Fitzgerald were ufceleclcd directors. The 110 persons attending voted against free textbooks. REELECTED CLERK Blanchardville — (Special)— Lloyd A. Hendrickson was reelected clerk of the school district and a tax of $22.00 was approved at the annual meeting. Part of the raise in budget this year comes from the hiring of a new teacher in the grades. Carlton Chandler and Henry Erickson were appointed to investigate the possibility of a union free district. About 62 attended. SPEAKS AT DARLINGTON Darlington — (Special) — E. G. Doudrra, Madison, leader in Wisconsin educational work, will be guest speaker Sunday morning at the Darlington Baptist church. Green County l.G.A. Super Market Phone 456 Birds Eye Froxen Fruits Are- Guaranteed These fruits arc sugared — ready to can. Blenheim halves M Ibs. Aprkols $1.25 Blenheim halves 30 Ibs. Apricots .,.....$5.50 8 Ibs. Evergreen Blackberries ...$1.99 Canadian 30 Ibs. Blueberries ....$9.10 30 Ibs. Fancy Blueberries ...$10.00 California 4 Ibs. Boysenberries ..$1.39 Red sour pitted 30 Ibs. Cherries $6.99 Elberta -Sliced 30 Ibs. Peaches $5.50 Crushed 30 Ibs. Pineapple $7.00 Tid Bits 30 Ibs. Pineapple .....$7.00 Black 24 bs. Raspberries ....$8.68 Red 30 bs. Raspberries ...$11.20 Whole 30 Ibs. Strawberries ..$10.00 Sliced 10 Ibs. Strawberries ...$4.19 New Cobbler 100 Ibs. Potatoes $4.00 Open Every Thurs. All Day. • Blanchardville By Mrs. W. F. McGulgan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schlag and his mother, Mrs. L. Schlag, Sioux City, la., spent a few days at the E. I. Leonard home here and at the Clem Stacy home in Martan Grove, 111. Clem Jr. and Michael • returned with them to Martan Grove after an extended visit with their grandparents. They returned to Sioux City accompanied by their sons. Robert and John Schlag, who had also been here visiting their grandparents. Beverly - Stauffacher, Argyle, spent several days here with her grandmother, Mrs. A. M. Sardeson. Relatives who enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Robert Retrum and Diane, Richland Center in the park there and also helped Diane celebrate her third birthday, were Mr. and and Mrs Clarence Erickson, Mary and Leif, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grundahl, Carlton, Donald and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Tollef Brynjulfson and Violet, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin" Retrum, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Retrum, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Johnson and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vamstad, MaryAnn and Ole, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Syse and Janice, Raymond Grundahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ingvall Nelson, Knute, Gerald and Rolf, Jean Willborn, Ruthie Hendrickson, Mitzie Underholzner, Mrs. Ruben Hovland. Jerelyn and Janet, and Mr. and Mrs. I M. Retrum and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wermager, Mr. and Mrs. Thorsten Thompson, Spring Grove, Minn., and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, Mt. Horeb, were Monday guests at the H. J. Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Erickson, Patsy and Henry Kurth attended the Thompson reunion at the Oscar Swenson home at Mt. Horeb, Sunday. I Mrs. Miranda Hermanson celebrated her birthday, Friday, July 11, with relatives from Whitewater and other friends present. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Hermanson, Joyce and Margaret, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Bollerud and Robert and Mrs. Miranda Hermanson, Milton Junction. Mrs. Mabel Thompson and Lela returned home with them after spending a month at the Bollerud homo cnring for Mrs. Miranda Hermanson while Mrs. Bollerud was a patient in a Madison hospital. Dr Melvin Rodda and Harm Neiland, Gilman, 111., were overnight visitors Friday at the W. F. McGuigan home and also visited other friends. Mrs. Rodda and daughter, Melva, spent the time in Madison with friends. They went on to" Wisconsin Dells Saturday. Dr. Rodda was a former instructor in the locaK school. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nienfeldt, Janesville, spent Sunday afternoon at the Ed Gackstatter home. Mrs. E. J. Barber and Maybelle spent Monday afternoon at the James McCue home, Argyle. Mrs. Margaret Smith and Mrs. Canfield, Milwaukee, spent the weekend at the James Ryan and J. A. Knorr homes. JDick Stauffacher and son, Werner and Mary Meythaler, New Glarus, spent Sunday at the Jacob Stauflacher home. Anne Higbee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Higbee, Madison, is spending a week with her grandmother, Mrs. Anne Johnson, while her parents are on a vacation trip to Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hagar and son, Gays Mills, spent the weekend at the W. F. McGuigan and Guy Hagar homes Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robb Jr. left Monday for Chicago after spending a weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Robb, and with her father, Jacob Paulson. Mr. Robb is employed Waeffler's "Flavorized ICE CREAM PINTS — GALLONS HALF GALLONS Sold In Monroe By BROWN SWISS DAIRY KUNDERT and ELMER PURCELL GROCERY HOME MADE DELICACIES HOME MADE POTATO SALAD HOME MADE BAKED HAM HOME MADE BAKED BEANS POPULAR LINE OF GROCERIES ICE CREAM — COLD CUTS Free Delivery Service Twice Doily Phone 105 Open Every Evening — Thursday Afternoon Sunday 8:00 to 12:00 and 4:00 to 6:00 Phone 309 MEYTHALER GROCERY "The Busy Store" We Deliver Fresh and Cold MEATS Choice Chuck Beef Roast. .lb. 49c Boneless Pork Loin _-lb.70c Strictly Fresh Hamburger ..lb.49c Smoked Beef Tongues lb. 35c Yellow Band Wieners ....lb. 45c Liver Sausage .. lb. 52c Summer Sausage lb. 55c Brick Cheese .. lb. 42c Cream Cheese 3 ox. 15c Wondcrbar Brick Cheese ..lb. 48c Cottage Cheese ctn. 17c PICNIC TIME ITEMS Conway's Potato Salad ..lb. 23c Chocolate Malt Flavored Milk Toddy .10 oz. 15c Yacht Club Whole Sweet Pickles.. ql.62c Mon. Double Sweet Pic-L-Joys-.12oz.40c Soft Drinks - All kinds Cups - Plates Napkins ....pkg. 15c Mon. Stuffed No. 8 Jar Olives 47c Monarch No. 1 Can Ripe Olives 49c Kraft Caramels ..lb. bag 43c Skippy 16 oz. jar P-Nut Butter 45c 14 oz. Btl. 18 oz. Cans Monarch Catsup Monarch Tomato Juice 2 Wyman's Blueberries sy^p cL oz '53c Flavor Kist - Thin Soda Crackers •£' 25c Bartlett Pears .....2 Ibs. 35c Bskt. 1.25 Plums. ..lb.25c Red Malaga Grapes lb. 32c Seedless Grapes lb. 27c Cal. Elberta 17 lb. box Peaches $1.99 Shatter or Red Potatoes _...peck87c 200 Sunkist Oranges/..... doz. 42c 64 Ariz. Grapefruit ..3 for 25c Jumbo Canteloupe ....lb. 9c Bin? Cherries lb. 42c Fresh 14 lb. box Apricots $1.89 Red Ripe Tomatoes lb. 15c by the International Harvester Co. and has been located at Louisville, Ky. for the past six months. They will be located in Chicago at present. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Steensland attended a gathering of relative's at the Henry J. Kittleson home, Mt. Horeb, Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lien and daughter, Auburn, Wash., The Liens, who have been visiting here, left for their home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards and Evan returned home Saturday after spending the past two weeks at Montello visiting relatives. Mrs. Walter John, who accompanied them, returned home Sunday. Miss Carolyn Hermanson is spending part of her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ben Hermanson. For the past year she has been working as secretary of the Lopham school, Madison. Mrs. Ruben Havland, Jerelyn and Janet, Northfield, Minn., are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Retrum. A new electronic meter can analyze the feelings of as many as 120 persons simultaneosly and show the composite result on a dial. It is being used in tests on group opinion, film pre-testing and radio audiences. CORRECTION Beef Roast Rib or Chuck SAGER'S • Judo By Mrs. F. N. Millar Mrs, Elmer Matzke and Mrs. Theodore Miller, who were delegates from the Juda church to the Evangelical United Brethren W. S. W. S. convention held at Lomira the past week, have returned to their homes. Mrs. Esther Larson and son, John, also attended the convention. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Skattum and daughter spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Beals, Warren. Mr. and Mrs. T. L Newman have returned from a week's visit at the home of their daughter, Ervin Klingbeil, Postville, la. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Skattum and daughter, Beverly, have returned home from a vacation at the home of his brother and fam- 'ily, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 3kat- tum, Belmont. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moldenhauer and Mrs. Nettie Andereck were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Collins, Monroe. Mrs. Frank Siedscblag spent a few days with her son, William Siedschlag and family, Rockford. It takes two rubber trees a year to yield the latex for one natural rubber tire weighing 20 pounds. Harvey 5. Sfauffacher CHIROPRACTOR Office Phone 244, Be*. 167C White Block—Monroe NOTICE!! The Old Fashioned Ice Cream Store Wilt Remain *Open Sunday Evenings. Fountain and Carryout Service Special: Banana Splits - 25c ^ Triple-Dip / OLD FASHIONED ICE CREAM STORE "Nate" Goetx, Mgr. Phone 750 Deluxe DOUBLE-FRAME BICYCLES No finer bike at any price—Schwpnn, Qoast< er Brakes, extra heavy stand. Finished in maroon and cream baked enamel. All exposed metal parts chrome plated. $42.50 Correct Gear for 4-Geor Bait- Casting Reel. 8 95 Tour fishing' excursions are more fun if you're completely equipped. See our large selections including: Tray Tackle Box $6.95 10-Qt. Minnow Buckets 3.95 Linen Casting Line 60 Lures 25 to 1.35 Stove A really efficient camp stove. Lights instantly and burns like a gas stove. Wind- Q95 proof burners! if Everything fo "Pity Ball" Cowhide Fielder's Glove £95 Outing Jug s Jnnt the tiling for picnics »nd trlpn. Hold" 1 nation. Bright enamel finish. 125 Shells Buy your shells for next fall now. We have some heavy rifle, shotgun and 22s on hand»naw. Our sporting goods section features a complete array of equipment for America's favorite pastime. Selections for sand-lot and league players. Cowhide Catcher's Mitt 14.75 Softball Mitt ........... 4.45 Official Softball Bat ---- 1.75 Official 12-in. Softball... .75 Official League Baseball . . JS» FoLdiflg Camp Stool Sturdy stool for a OOM* uses; Fabric seat, hardwood frame. TCfft LANZ HARDWARE Estb. 1887 Busy Ever Since