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ABfll 14, 1942 THE HPMBOLPT 1NOEPENPEOT. HUMBOLOT, IOWA H UMOTA THEATRE ft April 14 10c&20c "GLAMOUR BOY" Jackie Cooper, Susanna Poster, Walter Abel, Ann Gillis. Qartoon, "I'll Never Crow Again." Pete Smith, "In What About Daddy". "Community Sing". Wednesday and Thursday April! 5 and 16 "KATHLEEN" Shirley Temple, Herbert Marshall, Laraine Day, Gail Patrick, Felix Bressart. Shirley brings you an evening of real entertainment. This time she stows away in a truck. Musical act, "$21.00 a Day Once a Month". Friday and Saturday April 17 and 18 Attention All 4H Club Leaders \ Get your groups out to see this picture. IN VIIII Nil WH JANE DARWELL Lynne Roberts • William Tracy '.Robert Cornell-Roman Bohnen ..All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Amos Johnson of near Hardy are the parents of a 9 pound son born at home Sunday. Mrs. Esther Vogelai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. McCollough, has been named assistant program director for service men, at Fort Bragg, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schultz spent Sunday- at the Mrs. Bertha Blomker and Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Kramer home at Rutland. iMrs. P. W. Williams who has been visiting here left for Texas where she will join her husband Lt. Williams at Camp Berkeley. David K. Caryl of the Great Lskes Training Station is visiting his wife here at the Keith Fawcett home and also with relatives in Rutland. tBernie Bjornson of Tampa, Fla., came Sunday afterjioon to visit his mother, Mrs. Ole Bjornson and otiher relatives for a week. He will return by way of a plane. iMrs. Fred Blomker and daughters Nellie and Clara of Rutland and Mrs. Sophie Zimmerman of St. Louis, Mo., were visitors Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Cora Laursen. Nancy Joan Wittman of Ft. Dodge has returned to her home after spending a week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. M. Bjornaou and she also visited her cousin Susan Marie Short. -Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chamberlain of West Bend formerly of Humboldt are the parents of a girl born Sunday morning at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, weighing ght pound", o"e ounce. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haviland are tbe parents of a son, Daniel Andrew, born Friday evening, April io. Tne boy weighed 7V& pounds, and has a sister, Betty LOJU. Mrs. Haviland is n daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jensen. Mrs George Burnett ot ?ort Dodge wno has been in Humboldt helping care lor her mother Mrs- Hutcninson w»o »»» *""'" Lou Van Moraen of LAurens spent Saturday afternoon at the iarry Ruse home. Harry Daglen of Gilmore City, was a Thursday ,afternoon visitor at the Harry Ruse home. Glen Hook, who spent Friday in Hwiiboidt, was a dinner 'guest at he George A. Bicknell home. Mrs. Helen Miner and son Cllf- 'ord spent-Sunday at the Elwood ^ansen home near Livermore. Nels Pahus returned to Clear jake Thursday after spending the Winter at the J. A. Adams residence. Mr. and Mrs. James Clow concluded a weeks vltlt here with !i-iKi;ds and returned to Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and family moved last week Into the Mrs. Jess Peterson home on 3rd ave. No. Lyndrel Marctim of Ames spent the week-end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bicknell. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lyon and family moved from east of Humboldt to the Mrs. •Mary-Ntirugte-home in south Humboldt. Jerry Franke, student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Franke. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Chambard went to Belmond Saturday evening where they visited in the home of their son Luin Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fort and Lois Ann of west of Humboldt, were Sunday evening supper guests at the Louie Fort home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Newton who have spent' the winter In California returned Friday night to their home in north Humboldt. Mildred Vonderhaar^ a nurse In the Mercy hospital at Davenport spent last week end at the home of her mother,-Mrs. B. F. Vonderhaar. • Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nordstrum of Garden Grove, visited friends atfU relatives here Sunday. The Nord- strums formerly lived near Humboldt. Corp. Arthur Odgaard of Turner Field, Albany, Georgia, come Sunday to visit his father Chris Od- gaard and his brothers and sisters here. He has a fifteen day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hayden and Joan Smith of Fort Dojlge were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of the former's sister, Mrs Charles Himrod and family west o Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Delmor Poutre of near Humboldt are the parents of a son born Sunday morning. He weighed 8% pounds. The Poutres live at the Augus {irchhoff farm southeast of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson am Miss Mildred Johnson of Gilmore City, Edith Kinseth of Dakota City and Mr. and Mrs. Art Reeves o vivermore were Sunday dlnne guests at the Loul.e Fort home in Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoganson vacat ed the apartment at the W. C. Hoag residence, at Third street No., ant moved Monday to an apartment in Mrs. Helen Miner's residence, occupied for many years by the W. J. Vonderhaar family. Merlin Little of the U. S. Navy stationed at Great Lakes, 111., Is spending a furlough with his mother in Fort Dodge and with friends and relatives In Humboldt. He was formerly employed at the Klassle Implement Company here. Mrs. Otto Lehman, received a cablegram Friday from her son Otto, which was sent from Ireland. This was the first word received from him since he left Fort Dlx seven weeks ago. He had previously spent some time at the training camp at Camp Claiborne, La. Pauline Hayden, -student nurse at -St. -Joseph's -Merey -hospital -in Sioux City spent Easter Sunday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nelson in north Humboldt. She also spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -A, L. Hayden in Start* Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vonderhaar and baby of Moline, 111., spent the past week at tbe home of Mr. Vonderhaar's mother, Mrs. B. F. Vonderhaar. Wednesday they expect to leave for-Kansas City where they will visit'-Mrs. Vouderhaar's parents. Word from Irma Seals, who is employed with the TVA and has been living at Knoxvllle, Tenn., states that.she has been transferred to Bristol, Tenn., Box 142, and would like to hear trom her Humboldt friends. Miss' Beals is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bcals of Humboldt. Mrs. Mary Garfield received a message, reporting the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank White, formerly of Sioux Rapids, la-, who died in Illinois at the home of her daughter, Mrs. White and daughter bavo visited in Huraboldt in former years, and will be r«merob«red by many of the citizens. Mrs. Helen Tour McNeill of California arrived in Humboldt Monday from Newton, Kansas, where she has been visiting. Harry Tour is expected to arrjve today from bis bjane in Norris, T«»n- Tbe two were called here by tbe illness of their tether John Tour, who Is at the Skaugstad Convalescent Home, F. .hall. 'uesday bridge club meets at the home of Mrs. E. L. Garbett. Worth While Club meets at the town hall In Dakota City with Margaret Locke, Vlvlenne Buckingham, Georgia Chrlstensen, and Ella Larson hostess. The program will be In charge ot Anne Doyle, Lucille CrSn, Doris Braby and Dorothy Vought. Roll call, "Seed, bulb or slip exchange". Vwlncaduy, April 15— Rutland W. S. C. S.' meets at the Methodist church In Rutland with Mrs. Loren Eastman, Mrs. Schmit, Mrs. Graham, and Mrs. Barbour hostesses. Mrs. A. B. Goodell and Mrs. Roy Knieriem are program leaders. Meeting open for Red Cross work. Hook and Needle Club meets at the home of Mrs. Byron Seymour. Hy Lo Club has been postponed two weeks. 0. F. A. club meets at the home of Mrs. Sidney Parsons with Mrs. Clint Wood, Mrs. Harold Thorson. Mrs. Anton Stnebe, Mrs. ANDREW WILSON EVIDENCE SOLD ALGONA COUPLE Mr. aad Mrs. Andrew Wilson have sold the! rresldenee onvnifth* way 169 north of the Junction between 169 and No. 1C on the west side of the highway to a Mr, and Mrs. Cooper of Algona. Possession will be given the first of May. The Wilsons will rent a ho«e for the present. IN JAPAN IN 1842 The Fifty-first Iowa Infantry was a regiment of hardened campaigners when they departed from Manila on the transport "Senator" on September 22. 1899. They had fought stenuously on lower Luzon Island under gallant General Arthur MacArthur; now, as they ....... steamed by Cavite, Dewey's fleet, Lyle Strnrhnn, Miss Fnye T.ear- i San Felipe, and poinber Corresldor, inaat,- Mrs, Floyd Russell .assist-. ant hostesses. Program will be in charge of Mrs. Archie Hockel and Mrs. Ben Johnson. Thursday, April 1(1— 0. 0. F. regular meeting. W. S. C. S. meets at the Methodist church with Mrs. Ed. Johnson and Mrs. Fred Jensen hostesses. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Clifford Stevensen. Program leaders Mrs. Glen Kubis, Mrs. Linn and Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Lunch will be served by Mrs. W. Coons, Mrs. Lawrence Llndhart, Mrs. Royal Bennett, Mrs. W. B. Franke and Mrs. C. B. Green. Congregational Womans Fellowship. The six groups meet in the following homes: Group No. 1 meets at the home of Mrs. Chas. J. Nelson, No. 2 meets at the home of Mrs. H. A. Gunderson, No. 3 meets at the home ot Mrs. T. G. Ferreby, No. 4 meets with Mrs. Herb Ruble, No. 5 meets with Mrs. F. C .Dunker, and No. 6 meets with Mrs. Clark Lane. First Lutheran Ladies Aid meets at the church with Mrs. Pete Endahl, Mrs. Martin Hanson, and Mrs. Carl Hoveland hostesses. Program "Our Heritage" by Mrs. Harold Sawyer. Unity Circle meets at the home of Mrs. George ' Bicknell. Mrs. Edith Fairman will be In charge of the program. N. E. club meets at the home of Miss Anna Altman. 1'rldny, April 17— Alpha Club meets with Mrs. J. H Sheldon. Birthday Club meets at the home of Mrs. Bessie Stoakes with Mrs. Esther Cronk assistant hostess. Rebekahs meet in I. 0. O. F. hall .Monday, April 20— Luther League meets at the Firs Lutheran Church with Joano am Garnet Skaugstad, Florence Reed and Shirley Underbcrg hostess es. Monday Club meets With Mrs.-Nell ie Hanson. recoy«rijjig from tbe effects of heir .thoughts turned wistfully to oved ones at home. A long, long cean voyage lay ahead of them, >ut Its dull monotony was to be n-oken by at least ono sparkling episode—a visit to Japan. Their first port of call was Nagasaki. Shore leave gave the Iowa roops an opportunity to visit the shops and temples of the city and he terraced hillsides roundabout. They were impressed with the 'Yankee spirit for business" which characterized the Japanese. They ioted the pride with which the Japanese exhibited their Chinese war trophies and felt that this spirit might soon cause them "to stir up trouble with the United States, Russia, or some power they think worthy of their steel." The manner in which Japanese women worked side by side with men In coaling the "Senator" also caused considerable comment. Leaving Nagaski the lowans proceeded to Yokohama where they were allowed twenty-four hours shore leave. The ricksha men found ready customers in the low- ans who were ansxious to see the parks and temples of that Interest- city. Many boarded the train ! Farlfthd and George woou'flng {were o:ft ins sthne ship oh their way o Ireland, (Nit. did not Khorw It until they were half-way across. Merlin was with the A. E. F., and Geo. was a member of the crew of the convoy ship. ' Jf*t Pof S*lc Walter Saunders of Montezuma hafe in his possession a ten dollar bill. That in itself is not odd, but it Is srnall In Size—3 in-ches by 2 Inches, and- was carried by Saunders' grandfather during the Civil war. The bill was printed In 1803 and still Is good currency. Wmt's Up To 1)o 1 Storm Lake youngsters carried their scrap Iron hunting too far, at least Gerard Jenzen is of that opinion. They picked up the crank for Janzen's awning. Up to the present time, Janzen has been unable to locate another. A Lot, of Slbor Bill Maxwell of Wick purchased defense bonds with one hundred and forty silver dollars and ten fifty cent pieces. , Kirn Flutters When the awning of a Lake City lore cans-lit. H'-'e, • Ole•- Uasmus drove his car up on the sidewalk and Guy Haley climbed on the hood and extinguished the flames. April Fool Even the mayor was fooled when someone tied a package about the Scan prisoners aro doing. ftlofttft George Pbtgeter has suggested rt slogan for Grundy .county— "Grundy County—Th« Blackest Soil and the Whitest People on Earth." NORTHWEST IOWA NEWS PUSHES A few of tfte boys from the eleventh and twelfth grades went to 1 Port iwdfe to *«e the .Battle Ite- tween the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Socks while others stayed home and listened over the ttce etch WgWt l$ get a cdndftteu tot theft fim game of the season witft tJdldfield Wfeldto Witt tflfts place ftl Ttef, April Si. Bows Commercial «l"h '« ttn ' nounclng plans for Us fourth annual fish dinner and sportsmen's meeting to be held Tuesday evening, May 12. After serving the Lolirvllle consolidated schools as superintendent for the last 20 years, R. C. Lorenz tendered his resignation last week. Dick Mount, the present principal, was named to succeed Mr. Lorenz as superintendent. The fire department, of Fonda was called to the Lyle White rcsi- tlpnfp thpve recently to extinguish n roof fire. Quick action on the part 61 "the nejmrUiifcflt IB xjredUet! for the small amount ot damage done. Friends ni. Ooldflcld Have recelv- isd word of the dettth of J. E. Thomas of Bloomlngton, 111., on March 6. Mr. Thomas will be resize of a slab of bacon to the cover j lneml)ere(] by ( j 0 ldfield residents as of a manhole in Tama, Even though no one was around to yell "April Fool", on one side of the package was written "Do Not Disturb" and a former superintendent of schools there. Fire of unknown origin CIHIHCM! considerable smoke damage In the ******* on the other "April Fool" One , kUch(m of the W llliam Weber home man carrying two bottles of milk j (U Fomla ,. ecent iy. The Webers dis- set one of them down to Invef tlbate j covere( , the f|re when they cnm e It, a truck driver stopped in the I homc , rom town lnte ln the ntter . middle at It. of the int.erestlon to look It took several hours for someone to get the courage to untie the package and take It away. Someonc'evidently had a lot of fun. Overate Soybeans Five head ot cattle belonging to Arthur Merrltt of Grundy Center are head, as a result of eating soybeans. The cattle were valued at $500. Like Mother, Like Jhmirhtcr A report to the LoMars police department was that a little girl was lost. The only description declared she had red hair. Later the lllfi I-»l J t 1TICIUJ MVUJU\'Ull«Vb*U'»i » i, 1 1 for Tokyo, where/their first visit ""le gill was reported found and took them to temple-studded Shiba Park. The foreign legations, the entrance In the "Imperial grounds," the Y. M. C., "delightsome" Uyeno Park, and the great Budda temple were also visited. The lowans did not return to the midnight, "Japan", Senator" until one Iowa soldier observed, "has certainly a wonderful future before her, provided she does no founder on some rough political sea. However, before she can maintain the position which has been accorded her by the civilized nations of the world, she will be compelled to alter radically her present views regarding chastity in the home and commercial honor in the siiop." Officers Naniod at • Airline Clnl) Meeting— Mrs. Constance Bakken entertained A. I. C. Thursday afternoon at icr home In Rutland. During the justness meeting election of officers for the new club year resulted n Pres., Mrs. Dollle Nielsen, vice- president Mrs. Palma Haynes, sec- •etary Mrs. Josie Helvlck and treasurer Mrs. Catherine Mlckelson. Vlrs. Louise Bastlan waa in charge of the program. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mildred Wllcox with Mrs. Musa Knieriem as program leader. Severin Lcnning in Hospital -Result -of Farm Accident Severin Lennlng of near Ttior is in Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge suffering with a compound 'fracture and dislocation of the wrist. He was injured In a farm accident Saturday. Private Orwig Home From Iceland Private Clarence Orwig, former Gilmore City young man, who has been serving with the U. S. Marines in Iceland for the past nine months has been enjoying a 14-day furlough, and visited friends and relatives In the Gilmore City vicinity. He and Miss Isabellc Van Alstine of Gilmore City were wed March 30. He said he greatly enjoyed the time spent in service on the island. Describing Iceland, he said that the climate is wonderful because it is located in the middle of the gulf stream. The average temperature Is 50 to 60 degrees, with the coldest in winter about 20 above and the warmest in Hummer about 85. The island is located BO far north that in mid-summer there is nearly 24 hours sunshine. Because of the lava rock formation U is difficult to get trees to grow in Iceland, therefore the entire Island is almost treeless. Renwick Musicians Attended Meet at Swea City Musicians'from the Renwick high* school music department took part In the pre-state music contest at Swea City over the week-end. Entering were the Following groups; Girls' sextet, brass quartet, mezzo soprano solo by Arlene Richardson, boys' glee club, flute solo by Mildred MePeak, . Girls' glee club, "tring quartet, mixed chorus, violin solo by Robert Turner, clarinet solo by Shirley Crawford, bass solo by Merwin Maurer, marimba solo by Arlene .Richardson, alto solo by Norma Bogard, Boys' quartet, clarinet quartet, barium solo by Leroy Beebe. Piano solo by Lojs Martin, soprano solo by Grechen Helmke. tenor solo by Phillip Baxton and the band. « * :BEG YOUR PARDON: Paul Adams bad gone to Angeles, Calif., to vlr.it her her home IB Fort was Injured recently and • not Mrs. 'pan Adams 'as wan Ml?, Fred Thatycker presented solos at the program during the Golden WeS4tog anatvw- sary celebration for Mr. 494 Mr*. patter last el Grlouell has ttoB *» *" >r bonw. ft 4. Wray ot Al,e»l«, ItL th» home of Mrs, (lecrge Engst Mis.- families here aver , He l»4 hjwu to Bfl- study in. History, INTERESTING ITEMS FROM ALL PORTIONS Of STATE Of IOWA For Nothing" Would-be thieves went noon. Miss Jessie L. Wolcotl, sister of Rev. J. D. Wolcott of Havelock, captured with ten other missionaries in Wuhu, China, two months ago, has been released and allowed ! to return to her work at the mlu- sions. Ilnrnld I'onwny nnd Kenneth Conway, both of Swea City, are accused of stealing 800 pounds of twine from a warehouse in Swen City. They sold a part of it In the LuVerne neighborhood. They were later picked up by the sheriff. Tliu buys have signed a confession. Spencer Smith Jr* (if Enjrle Grove has been named one of the .outstanding rookie pitchers on the up but the little girl was too small | Montreal club in the International League. Smith's club is now in training at Daytonn Beach, Fla. He pitched In n i?amo recently In which his club was defeated 4 to 3. K<'Y. Tlirockinorlon of M»(|iioke Chief of Police Fay Terpennlng and Officer Mark DoForce picked her to give any information. On their way back to the station, Chief Tor- penning saw a red haired woman walking down chief Inquired the street. The IT she had lost n small child with red hair, to which , tn hlls accepted the call at thu First the woman replied, "I sure did." ; ij n pt|nt church In Kagle drove and Wonder what the chief would have I w m mo ve there about May 1. done if he had been mistaken 7 Where From Grant Dauer, secretary of the German Mutual Fire Insurance company in Eldorado, wishes someone would tell him where.the $50 bill came from tlmt he received last week. The only ^identification with it in an envelope with a badly dulled postmark was the note inside, "This belongs to the Insurance company." Modern School An electric raldo-phonogrnph Vcrn Thorp, Spirit. Luke, Herman Saiidkamp, Lakefield, Minn., and II. R. Ilemway of Fremont, Neb., all in one car, were fined $50 each and costs at Spirit Lake recently because they wore taking plukurel from the lake. A mini-known us "Oeafy" Anderson, of Whlttemore, was found dead In. the stock yards there. It Is believed that he suffered a heart attack. Ho was a transient. Tin* Kstliervllle iKntorprlRe reports there IB n man In Palo Alto has been installed in the Hocking i , !fjun ty who has approximately 80 school, a rural school In Monroe j tonfl ()f ,,. on j n om , ,,i| 0 on his farm county. In addition to this, recent i (im j wno refuses to lot buyers set modern move, the school serves hot j root 011 IM( , ,,| uct ,. lunches, prepared in 'the basement of the building. Running water and llghtH are other recent additions. Starts Knrly A foiir-month-old pullet on the J. C. Cotti-611 farm near Albia has become a regular layer. The pnl- let lays a small, but fully-developed egg each day. From Tokyo Mrs. 1 I. Gordon Smith of Clarln- da recently discovered that her brother, SKI. Hoy A. Dodson was a member of the quartet of American Although swill) dlnilnlslu'd sweet corn acreage will scrioiiely lesson production, the Storm. Lake canning plant will open for the packing of both corn and beans, the manager reveals. Murton Urotvn, son of the Hurry Browns of Emmct?burK, wtio 1s now employed by the Walsh Con- stiuctlnon Co., at Port of Spain, Trinidad, has been offered au opportunity to go to Hlo de Janeiro, Brazil. Some 600 bahy elilcks were smothered by smoke fumes at the prisoners singing In a Tokyo radio Orville Gardner farm in Union broadcast. The broadcast was purportedly coming from an Interment camp at Shanghai, China. The township, Kossuth county, recently. A faulty brooder stove caused Intense smoke, but did not set the purpose" was to show what Amer- brooder house on fire. THE VIKING PRESS Krtlted by the Junior Ctow of Thor High School. 1'rliuary Mews These had one hundred percent in spelling last Friday; to the I Knutson, Wayne Opheim, trouble of entering the Exira elevator of flee "recently, knocked the combination off the safe and when they opened it, found no money in it. It wasn't locked In the first place. HwcJ( Again Scotty would have a lot to tell of bis adventures for the past fourteen months, if he could talk. Fourteen months ago, Scotty, a little black dog, wandered from the home of Mr, and Mrs. James Matheson of Reinbeck. • Lft£t week he found the hosneTdopr ajar, walked in as playful as ever, ready to eat, but wouldn't tell a thing. Booiid to Ctawfo Trouble that has been following the A. J. Lang family of Manaon will surely leave sc/pu. Last week the braoder house with several hundred chicks inside burned, a daughter bad the measles, Mr. Lang's car collided with another, damaging both. Two mouths ago Jack broke fcl? leg. The first ot Knutson, Roger Holton, Luella Marian Carolyn Opheim, Michael Moklebuut, Uobin Holland, David Holland, Donna Opheim, Betty Heggeu, Dennis Carter, John Moedlng, Hubert Knutson, Paul Moklcbust, Jimmie Hosnets, Joan Moedlng, Kay Holton, Laura Jtunite Haker, Bhirley Knutson Delmer Cornier. We have been taking six week's tests this week. There is only one six week's period left of school utter this one. Some of the children have been papering *be tfgl.l-hoiigi i find we put Jn the furniture to-day. Michael made most of the furniture. It is made of cardboard. Marjorie Abens and a friend visited our loom for a short time Tnurs- Seveuth and Eighth N«w» Evelyn Bonder, Richard Lund, David ScbJesluger, Darlene Abeus, SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Select Pink Salmon, 2 1-lb tins....^....35c 3 tins good quality Tomatoes..... ~25c 3 oz. Wilson's Potted Meat, 6 for 25c Jitney Sardines, 6 for ^Sc P & G Soap, 6 for 25c 2 Ibs. Folgers, Hills, Butternut, Nash, Manor House, Maxwell, A. B. C. or Atw.ood's Coffee :.... 55c -1-lb;--Hershey's Gocoa..,...:.,...—.—.15c Robb Ross or A. B. C. Jell Powder, six for ... 25c 1 lb. P. A., Velvet or Ky, Club Tob,..65c Robin Hood Flour, per sack .....$1.79 No. 10 California Apricots ~55c No. 10 Bartlett Pears 59c Potatoes are rapidly advancing—Ohios and Russets are especially in short supply. Full line of certified and No. 1 Cobblers and Ohios for this week only. 2 Cherrioats , 25c 87 4 oz. Popped Wheat DeGroote Grocery 5c T 1 9 la! ve dt be ua id al rt of 36 'ir it ie 1- ie d II h Will You Make This Trial? • Order this refreshing, thirst-quenching beer from i your dealer today. Learn why Milwaukee—beet capital oi' America —prefers Blatz to any other bottle beer. Always Vnion-mtidt BIATZ IREWING CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS BEER •llnener and Private'Stock Two Fine lleern MILWAUKEE'S MOST EXQUISITE BEEK anil Charles Knutsou are on the reading list this week. The following pupils received ,.,. -.- one-buodred per-cent in spelling lost out: of MB Friday: Evilyii Bonder, Richard Lund, David Schlesinger, Darleae Abens, and Charles Knutson. We ape all, as you prubably know, having; six week's tests this week. Arithmetic finds us to ft H»w tyM* as we are almost done witb the one. . ¥»r bj&twfcen. the Nortft and the 8s«tb is the wajn tojpte sixteen in our Commercial Geography which Is the start of unit six. It Is entitled "Power In Relation to Industry." Hera we learn how man has learned to harness nature to meet his needs such as securing electricity by means of water power, etc. Our six weeks test was given Thursday. In Algebra we are on the topic entitled "Simultaneous Equations In Problems." Most of us them quite difficult to solve, six week's test in this subject was had Friday. We are now writing frlen<jly letters and Invitations In English. We learn here the correct form, spacing au<i the-.right kin 1 ! Pi paper, paper to use, also how to fold, pi-ores to be quite interesting. The topic "Pertaining t'u teontb-Centuvy International Foil- tics" is now being studied in HU- tory. As we get closer to the end of tbe book it gets more interesting because we study more later affairs GROW REAL PRODUCERS WITH Q -PEO STARTER A ftiTi *(!« ltd IUHW KJil pertaining to our own country This week has been 4 very busy reviewing aqd aavJng oi^r v.-eeks tests. Tae topic under study in bpok- Time stories about tb*

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