Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois on April 9, 1936 · Page 5
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Belvidere Daily Republican from Belvidere, Illinois · Page 5

Belvidere, Illinois
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, BELVIDERE, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, AFRIL 9, 103G Fa e Five AIR WITH VALLEE Richard Barthelmess in an EUster play; Eileen Barton, 10-year-old Binging star; and Joe Di-Maggio, the J75.000 baseball rookie how under contract to the ;New York Yankees, have" teen added to $udy Vallee's guest star bill for tonight. Eddie Green and Tom Howard and George Shelton are the other-f guests previously announced for this ' broadcast which will be heard over,WMAQ,r Chicago, at 7 o'clock. Barthelmess, popular stage and screen actor, will play the lead in a one-act Easter play"The Prince of Peace." It U a fantasy by B. Lawrence Gibson.' Vallee will interview the youthful DiMaggio.'who has Just arrived In New York from the Yankees' southers 'training camp. He has ah outstanding record and a batting' average of .398 in the minor leagues. He was picked "by Yankee Bceuta at the young player most likely to replace Babe Ruth in the fans' estimation. Eileen Barton, although only ten, clicked immediately with the Variety Hour's master of ceremonies as a singer of popular tunes. He signed her for the broadcast and, she appears In this week's show. Tom Howard and George Shelton will play a comedy LOST LOST-Heavy ' black, right hand glore, man a, lined. Finder please notify A. F. Conklln, 628 Whitney, or at Republican office. JA-3111 WANTED HELP WANTED WANTED Girl housework. Go Call at 637, South for ' home State. general nights. JC-425 WANTED 0tf en" to" "oiwrate route Jot cigarette and penny stick gum machines. It you are a live wire -.MdjcSa tanfcTrosperlty It will pay to investigate our proposition. Exclusive territory. Small .investment. Silver Products Company, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. JA-3107 Wr ANTED--J, young men who can make-sale3. Profit limited only to ability. Inquire $23 Fremont St., between 4 and 7 p. m. ' JC-419 W'ANtlaLWJ. musicians to play at Glenview ciub , Saturdays and Sundays. Good pay, steady Job. Telephone 41-B-2. JC-420 WANTED Experienced single farm hand by month, or day. No milking. Wm. Pflster, 1 ml. SE of Herbert. AE-3102 n experienced piano player to play in small orchestra. "Call at 406 W. Lincoln, after 6 P. M. JC-417 WAITED iperlelcefirm hand. Steady Job to right party. -Phone 8-A-l. JA-3106 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Land to plow and disc with tractor. A. L. Watklns. R. R. 2 Phone 20-A3. JC-426 WANTED Paper hanging and painting. I have complete line; , . . M M r .. 11 . . . I - i ' in itto wuii paper, vrien teaca, 1005 E. 2nd St.' Phone I259-W -,.; ;- " JC-407 WANTED-TO BUY RANTED TO RENT-iModern 3-room bungalow wanted by responsible party. Write letter to Box .3103, In care of Republican. . AEr3103 TO RENT FOR .'; RENT Large comfortable sleeping rooms, garage if desired, Close In. Phone 49 4-W 710 Whitney Blvd.- GC-340 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Ask us about Dri Gas the new bottled fuel. Replaces kerosene and gasoline' for cooking. Cheaper, hotter and quicker than electricity. See Emmett Sullivan, 524 So. State St., Belvidere. JC-423 FORALE Alfalfa hay, baled or l( jje. R.'S. Gordon, first place nortn Kleasner Dairy, Highway .76. JA-3108 FOR SALE Potatoes, lc per pound. (Marshall's Sheep Feci- ing Yards. CB-416 FOR SALE--Velvet . seed barley. Carl Sunden, R. 4, Belvidere. Phone 5-B-3, JA3106 FOR SALE Seed barley. Inquire Ben Lovell.' Phone 36-A-2 CE-424 FR SALE Counters and shelving in store formerly occupied by A..D. S. Clothing. See E. J. m0 sketch and Eddie . Green will bring another of the John Tucker Battle sketches to the air. This one concerns the famous affair of John Alden and Priscilla. Sentimental Sophie Tucker broke down and had herself a good cry while passing through Chicago the other day. Among the reporters who met her train was one who introduced himself as Jack Dowling. "Not the Dowllng-Dooley kid?" gasped the perennial headline. "Why I've known you since you were six weeks old. Come on, let's find your dad and mother. They'll have to help you convince me that time is passing so rapidly." At the Dowling-Dooley-Tucker reunion that followed, Sophie for got her wisecracks in favor of old-time reminiscences. Jimmy Dorsey. Shell Chateau maestro, is an alumnus of more "name" bands than any other con ductor who is now making a name for himself. When fresh out of high school, he played with the "Louisiana Five," one of the ace "jam" bands of all times. Then he Joined Gene Goldkettet sensational 'group. Later he played with Vincent Lopez, Ted Lewis and Paul Whiteman. HOPKINS MAY HEAR Complaints about the WPA are coming from so many places and so insistently that they may eventually reach Mr. Hopkins.-Indianapolis News. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE - 1928 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Tudor 1 $ 63.00 103.00 1929 Ford Coupe 1930 Ford Coupe, rumble. 1929 Nash Sedan, "400" 1931 Ford Town Sedan 1931 Ford Coupe, clean 1931 Chev. Coach, 73.00 163.00 153.00 263.00 243.00 new paint 263.00 1934 Plymouth Sedan, like new i 1934 Chev. Coach, good 45100 463.00 On lot on So. State St. Open evening and all day Sunday. Honest and courteous salesmen. WOLF CHEVROLET SALES. CE-428 POULTRY AND SUPPLIED FOR SALE White dlock spring chickens, 2-3 lb., alive or dressed. " George Copas, Columbia Ave. Phone 160-W. AB-3110 FOR SALE At Factory price. 1 850 watt light plant, 1 set 180 H. R. Farm batteries, motors, bulbs, and sweeper, lron All are demonstrators. Terms to responsible parties, Warren Tanner.' Phone J 395-f-717 E. avenue.;. I 3A-310J HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE Used 32 -volt household appliance, iMix Master electric food mixer; Hoover vacuum cleaner: electric console radio; one-third h. p. motor. All in first class condition. See Emmett Sullivan, 524 So. State St., Belvidere, I1L-: . JC-421 FOB SALE Used ice boxes 81.00 to $5.00; also 2 used electric refrigerators; used electric radios, $6.60, 19.50, $15.00 See Emmett Sullivan, 524 So. State St., Belvidere;' JC-422 FOR SALE Slightly used Easy . washer with 4 cycle gas engine, value $159.50, like new, priced at only $69.50. Terms if desired. City Fuel Co., 424 So. State St. Phone 413. CE-429 FOR"SALB-Gss range in good condition. Call between 5 and 6 p. m. at 1003 Warren Ave. GC-41S FOit SALE-Used lcejiboxes, from $1.00 up. Used electric radio, $6.50, $9.00, $15.00. Two U3d electric refrigerators. Emmett Sullivan, 624 So. State. GC-412 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE Spring chickens, 2-3 lb., alive or dressed. George Copas, Columbia - Ave - Phone 160-W. , JA-3097 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Chclce cemetery lot, 10x20, for tnree burials In Belvidere cemejery, block 7, lot 14, clear title, perpetual care. Edw. Miller, 510 Buchanan St. GA-3112 FOR SALE 50 acre farm, close to highway, good land, good buildings. Can be purchased with stock and machinery. Phone 565, Applegren. AB-3104 XIVE STOCK FOR SALB Another car of horses. Perry S. Dvmond, 8 miles west of Belvidere on U. S. 20. rv '.rft,'" JA-3100 FOR SALE Few good wor. horses. One big 3 year 61 1 Belgian colt, ' Will have load o Wisconsin cowa next week. ,T. A. Schwebke. Phone 24-B-2. EVANGELIST WILL AT Ml The revival meetings at the fTree Methodist church are an nounced to continue over Easter Sunday. The remaining week nights will be of especial importance, as Easter draws near. v Tonight 'the evangelist -will preach again on "The Salvation of Jesus Christ.'and on Friday REV. H. T. RASCHE evening a special program is planned in which Rev, Rasche and his "wife will sing several vocalse-lectlona in keeping with the spirit of Holy week and Good Friday, The special singing and splendid sermons that Rg, Rasche gnd his wife have been I giving have been received by appreciative audiences and much lasting good has been accomplished by this talented young couple. Several new members will be received into full relation with the church Easter sjunday with the loifcl pastor bringing the Easter sermon. Tuning in Tonight THURSDAY FK.TURES 3:0) James Wilkinson, baritone, WMAQ. 5:13 Spareribs, WEXJt. 3:30 Donald McGlbney, WMAQ. ' - 5:45 - Musical .Moments, WBBM. 8:00 Easy Aces, WLS. 6:15 Itepttblican eaker, WI.S. 6:30 Kate Smith" WliKM. 6:45 BoaJce Carter, WBBM. 7:00 Rudy Vallee's Varieties, WMAQ. 7:00 Alrshow, Alex Gray, WItliM. ; 7:15 Point Parade, WGN. 7:30 Hay Shield'8 orchestra, WKXK. ? . 8:00 Death Valley Days, WLS. 8:00 The Caravan, WItliM. 8:00 Cart.; Henry's Show Boat, WMAQ. 8:30 ELVymi, WBBM. 8;!W America's Town Meet-inpv WBXK. 9:00 Ring Crosby, WMAQ. 0:00 Horace Heiilfs Brigadiers;' WBBM. 9:30 March of Time, WBBM. , 10:OO Itenny ' Uoodman'a.. . orchestra, WMAQ. 10 :00 Henry " Husse'a orchestra, WEN It, 10:15 Pratt and McNeill, WMAQ. 10:0 Out of the Flood, WMAQ. 11:00 Anson Weeks' orchestra, WBBM. - Midnight Ravelin's orchestra, WGX. FOR STATES ATTORNEY 13 Albert S. O'Sullivan Honest, Experienced, Aggressive. 4-y-l CANDY and NUTS for EASTER Ruff made Chocolates pound box Milk Chocolates pound bojt Kupfer'a Assorted Chocolates, 1 lb. Chocolate Mixed Nuts, per box Krlspy Sticks, . pec pound . Chocolate Covered Cherries, per pound Caramels and ' Nougats, per box Mixed Nut Tidbits pound i . Cashew, Tidbits 4 pound Pecans, lbs. 18c; H pound Spanish Peanuts, per pound '. Giant Cashews 4 pound.l 45c 45c 59c 49c 45c 39c 45c 25c 25c 35c 25CJ 20c NIEMEYER'S DRUG STORE REE qist church n - - o , - , XISJ Newly weds Are to Live in Caledonia Caledonia, Apr. 9 On Saturday, Apr. 11. an election will be held at the Cale donia Consolidated school for tiiel purpose of electing, a president! and two members of the board of education for the Tull terms. -Miss Marie Coots, of the Ros coe community and Gorton Wilson of this village were married in Rock ford Saturday evening. They were attended by the groom's cousin and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wilson of Beloit, The newlywedded couple went to housekeeping at once in the Mrs. Sapleton house. The Caledonia Congregational church communion service will be held on Good Friday. Apr. 10,1 at 7:45 p. m. In observance of Easter a sacred Easter concert .will be rendered by the choir on Sunday evening at 7:45 p. m. Mrs. Katie Shackell of Belvidere, was a caller at Mrs.' Margaret Kochrane's , Saturday evening. Mrs. Gusta Ralston Is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Elsie Martin, to help to care for her brother. George Marriett, who is confined to his bed. V Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon entertained guests from Beloit and Rockford at dinner at' their local home Sunday. , - i Mr. and Mrs. Earl McEachran returned from Pasadena. Calif., where they bad spent the winter, Sunday. After visiting the for-iBier's mother and other relatives, they left for their home in Beloit, Thursday. C. T. Brown, who has spent Vzi winter in the vicinity of Miami, Florida, . returned to his local home Tuesday evening. The K. V. K. club was pleasantly entertained at the. Schrora's restaurant in Rockford Tuesday evening. The group of hostesses was Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mrs. Geo. Ray, tMrs. Forrest Lakin and Mrs. Elvln Brown. Flora grange held its la;t regular meeting at the grange hall Friday evening with Master Lee Venable presiding. ' ; After the business meeting the program "consisted of: song by the grange; song, "John Brown's Flivver," by' Floy Mae Banks, Verna Strandberg, Barbara Henry and Gladys Powell; solo by Gladys PoweHl, accompanied at the piano by Dorothy Powell. Refreshments were served. ; " , The lunch committee for April 17 includes: Wilbur Willett, Lee Venable and Lloyd, Banks. The program committee consists of: Mrs. Nellie Paulson, Mrs. Gladys Morehead, Dan McNeal, Harold Long, Howard Bowley, Barbara Henry and grangers having birthdays in April. Announcements Won Lntlieran Good Friday services will be held at the Zion Lutheran church at 8 p. m. The sermon theme will be the seventh and eighth. words from the cross and will be delivered by Rev;- E. G.-Anderson, student pastor. " '.:.. St. John's Evangelical .v Good Friday communion service j will be held on Friday night atj 7:30 o'clock. s ' i South Baptist Tlie meeting of the junior Fisherman's club of the South Baptist church has been postponed. Robert Blachford and Luckow were at Capron morning. Emil :thls Free Cash and Carry Special. s To each customer that buys Lily Plant on Friday and Saturday, we will give free of charge one Premier or Johanna Hill rose bush. LUNDTN'S FLOWERS 308 So. State St. ' Basketball Tournament tonight at the 'M. C A. Three games 7-o'clock. Admission 15 cents. SATURDAY SPECIAL GLASBAKE PIE PILATE lIMIt l t6 (VHOMII Adnlti only. Ne phone ordfra. WM. W. RAY & SOX FLORA GRAB ENJOY PROGRAM irk He Iheg lml fT"l f!3 If tot Ivfcfcvf) si 4w4w awsfc THREE SERVICES GOOD 11 LOCAL C Good Friday is observed at St. James church wfii three separate religious functions. ' In the morning at eight o'clock the ceremony is performed which . is known as ""The Mass -oL the Presanctified." This rite abounds "with scriptural readings from the old and new testament which refer to the cru-ciQxion of the savior. It Is also marked with special veneration for the cross as " .the instrument v. v .ru. Bun"'"B" "U ful The function will be conducted by ... r r m i - J jn.,v I the Rev. P. L. Kennedy and will be explained by iMonsignor Binz as the ceremony progresses. '. The afternoon devotion will bo-gin at 2 o'clock, and will honor the Seven Last Words from the Cross. Appropriate musical selections will be rendered by Mrs. James O'Brien, accompanied by Mrs. Emory Bahr, and by the vested choir of St. James church, accompanied by Mrst John Boyd Meyers. The priests of the lociHy parish will conduct the ceremony, i- In the evening at 7: 30 the Way of the Cross will be made, together by. the people of St. James, and a sermon will be. preached by the Rev. Joseph S. Hough of Our Lady Help of Christians church In Chicago. . And when the early Americans Objected to taxation without representation they didn't realize how much worse it would be with representation. Dalls News. - Harry Armbruster was at Poplar Grove and Capron on business last evening. ,. .. The Misses Martinez are visiting friends in Rockford tolay. iMr. and Mrs. Eldon Bowley and Wesley Taylor were at Dela-van lake last evening. In our quality You will always find the best Meats, Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries CRAX THE REAL UUTTEH CRACKERS, FI LL LB. BOX 19c BISCUITS ASSORTED OLD ENGLISH STYLE CAKES PER LB. 19c BISQUICK Fl'LIi 29c SIZE PACKAGE, 84c VALUE MATCHES SIRE STICK SIX 5c BOXES 19c 4 Salad Dressing ICE-BERtt 19c WHIPPED, FULL PI XT JAR BROOMS FIVE SEWED ENAMEL HANDLE 39c SOAP PA LM OUVK TOILET 2 BARS 09c Corn Flakes ROYAL BLUE LARGE PACKAGES, - ' 2 FOR 19c MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI FULL POUND PACKAGES 09c Frankfurts BEST GRADE PER POUND 19c PORK CHOPS FRESH END CUTS, PER LB, 19c NAVY BEANS MICHIGAN1 HAND PICKED, 5 LBS. 19c Bandits Invade, ! Rob Elgin Store j - - i Two rouKhlv lre5sed bandits: held up the Joseph Rojenganln clothing store at lgln " during the noon hour yesterday, locked the lone clerk in the wash room and escaped with about JH in cash, three suits of -clothes ajid two Gladstone-bags. " ILLINOIS STUDENTS 8 COMING FOR VACATION The University of Illinois closes today for the Easter vacation. Among the studenU from Boone county who will arrive to remain over the Easter jjertod will 6e Misses Jeanne Ranger, -Dorothy Surbis. and Elizabeth Shattuck, Clifford? peters, ; William Oakley, Dixon Moorhead, , Alfred Koch. Dan Hogan, William Franck. Ray mond Fossler, Traver Ellis. Frank - . mor Conley, Franklin- Cramer and Clarence Angell, of Belvidere; Miss Alberta Stocker. Miss Marie Johnson and Lynn Renne, of Pop lar Grove; iMiss Pearl Ward. Miss 'M. Joye Iverson, Carl Peterson, Robert Olson, Arthur Loft, and Milbaum DeMunn, of Capron; Miss Dolores Baggozzi,of Garden Prairie; Miss Pauline Conyes, El mer Hopperstead and Sever Hop- perstead, of Caledonia ; ST. JOSEPH'S NOTES Mrs. Stella M.' Park, 219 East Second street underwent an opera tion this morning for the removal of her right eye. ' Frank Walker, who has been under treatment, was able to leave yesterday for his home at 211 Marshall street. Mrs. Harold Roman and baby boy left the hospital for their home yesterday. Mrs. Claire Gilman, who has been a medical patient, left for her home at -804 Fremont street today. Mrs. Albert A. Meyer and baby girl left today for their home at Marengo. SHss Ruth Crawford of Rock Island will spend the Easter holiday with her parents here; LOGAN AVENUE HOYAL BLUE STORES 117 119 Logan Avenue PHONES: 184-1 8D Give us a trial A ring or personal call will be appreciated. - JUT BARGAINS jf COFFEE V . . x . ROYAL BLUE V acuum iPack 1 r A 21bs. 49c J 1 Best in Tins! BARGAINS f FLOUR i ROYAL BLUE ll 1 Guaranteed J BEST BAKER M IVKGA.NS ft STRAWBERRIES ' 1 1 Received fresh 1 11 ' every day. We jl IV :"; guarantee onr t II l prices the lowest ;; L 11 . Vl to be halt Jl ff BARGAINS I Meat I Department ft offers its best in Jl quality at all times! Jl L Harrison Crooke, 26, of De-Kalb, will go on trial Apr. 20 on a charge of shooting and fatally wounding Mrs. C. A. Ander, wife of a neighbor grocer on the night of Mar. 5. 6 Crooke. was arraigned for .preliminary hearing Monday before Judge William J. Fulton in circuit court at Sycamore and he entered a plea of not guilty to the indictment charging him with murder,, The accused slayer appeared in court with Atty. Julius Madison, recently appointed to defend him. DeKalb authorities claim Crooke confessed to the shooting shortly after he was arrested although maintaining that he was intoxicat ed: .. ' I Crooke called tt tha atore arter it had been closed for the night. Going to a rear door, he pur-j chased some aspirin tablets. An j hour later, he returned to the rear door and en 'Mrs. Ander refused to admit liim, he fired a shotgun blast through the door. The short tore away the flesh of Mrs. Ander's arm and gangrene developed." She died 48 hours later after several volunteers had donated blood In an effort to save her life. Crooke was. spirited away from the DeKalb county Jail and taken to Rockford when rumors of mob violence were heard about the streets of the town. He was returned to Sycamore several days later, however, when the Intense feeling had subsided. PLAV ITALIA V FEAST I Tuesday, .May 5, has been set! by the organizations of Trinity j Episcopal church, for an Italian dinner to be served at the iMaBon-ic temple. Joe Rossi will be the chef and spaghetti will head the menu. l:i the LfnMiio language. I oj ' 'Uaivjifssaerntuinalfinajuan-juarlfUuojak." This explains why i the Arctic nights have to be sc long. Pathfinder. Lexicographic note with a British twist to it: In the Shorter Oxford Dictionary, "to make whoopee" is defined as "to go on the razile-dazzle." The Rail.'"-- Miss Rita Casey was a DeKalb visitor Tuesday. Lloyd England was a visitorin DeKalb Tuesday. j. Mothers! - Don't take chances with colds . . . rub on VIC KG IV VAPoRua -. SPECIALS 100 LBS. BRAX .... 1.03 loo Lbs. scratch . . 9 1.55 100 LBS. MIDDS ..... 91.03 100 LBS. MEAT SCRAPS 92.70 100 LBS. OYSTER SHELL 69c 100 LBS. EGG MASH . . 91 100 LS. STARTER . . . 92.15 CORN BELT HATCHERY , TAP DANCING CHARLOTTE CALV will continue classes in I. O. O. F. Hall SAT, APRIL 11TH AT 10 A. M. Also all children already enrolled will start. Classes 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. ENROLL FOU CLASSES NOW In our service We aim to please Three trucks to serve you. Deliveries: 8 a. m., 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 4 p. m. Seed Potatoes GENUINE RED RIVER EARLY OHIOS 100 LB.-BAQ 89 HEN FEED BEST MIXTURE, 100 POUND SACKS $1" SALT CATTLE OR SOFTENER, 100 LB. BAH 89c ORANGES CALIFORNIA SUX-KIST LARGE SIZE, DOZEN 29c Cauliflower LARGE WHITE HEADS, EACH 19c SEA FISH DEEP SEA BONELESS PER POUND 19c POT ROASTS CUT FROM THE FINEST STAMPED BEEF, LB. 19c Gelatin Dessert M FOR v DB)SSERTS AND SALADS, 4 PKGS. FOR 19c Pork & Beans BELVIDERE PACK, LARGE NO. 2 SIZE CANS, 2 FOR 19c SOAP p & a LARGE GIANT BARS, 5 FOR 19c CRISCO FOR SHORTENING, 1 POUND CAN 19c S 5 Hopkins, Phone 460-W. J GC-427J 11-3095

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