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PORCH SHADES and RUGS
The Only Shade Made With a Ventilator Then carpet your porch floor with Grass Rugs and you will surely enjoy the hot days through out the whole summer. We are showing a nice line of patterns in all sizes of grass rugs. 27x54 Grass Rugs $ 2.00 36x72 Grass Rugs. 3.00 54x90 Grass Rugs 6.75 6x9 foot Grass Rugs v v 9.75 Bxlo foot Grass Rugs 15.25 9x12 foot Grass Rugs t 16.50 PRINGLE BROS. COMPANY “The Best Place to Trade After All” EDGERTON, WISCONSIN Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter Edgerton - Wisconsin D G. RISTAD - Publisher FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1921. Delegates from Cooksville, Cam bridge, Stoughton, Deerfield, Rock dale, Liberty Prairie and Koshkon ong met at the Central Lutheran Church on June 5, and perfected an organization the purpose of which is is to arrange an assembly of the churchmen of the Lutheran faith to be held this year at the Campus at Albion. John Holton of Stoughton was elected President, Charles 0. Tellef son, Vice President, C. A. Hoen, Edgerton Secretary, Lars 0.. Lien Jr. Treasurer, P. M. Ellingson, Edgerton, Oluf J. Olson, Cambridge, and Lewis Johnson of Stoughton, Directors. The first assembly will be held on July 14 this year. To carry out this event in appropriate manner commit tees were appointed as follows: Finance: Oscar J. Jenson, Oluf J. Olson, Brick Dyerson, Andrew Holton and Alfred Edwards. Speakers: Rev. E. A. Gref then, P. M. Ellingson, C. O. Tellefson. * Publicity: D. G. Ristad, 0. G. Han son. Entertainments: Samuel Halver son, George B. Halverson, Julius Simonsen, and Adolph Jenson. Grounds and Concessions: Lars O. Lien Jr., J. A. Jenson, Ed Haugen, H. A. Harried and Cornelius Nelson. Music: Halvor Lee, Heniy Thron son, Rev. Oscar Thompson. Transportation: John Danielson, E. B. Ellingson, Anton Staff, John Marks, Rannie Danielson and John Thoreson. The Band will play the following concert at the stand tonight: Tuscarawas March King Gee Whiz March Fuhrer Pickaninny Blues ' Waltz Klickman Fleur de Lis Polka Carlton Jack o’ Lantern Selection Caryll Mose Trombone March Fillmore Smoke Rings Waltz Klickman Sparks Polka Duette * Simons Sir Henry March Farmers’ Wool Made into Blankets, Batting and Yarns at fair prices. Send for circulars.— Monticello Woolen Mills (Estab. 1866), Monticello, Wis. 30t2 Obituary MRS. ALMA BOGDA. Mrs. Alma Bogda of Waukesha, daughter of Mr. Robert Bruhn of this city, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. F. RatzlafF Jr., Thursday noon. She was born July 27, 1889, in this city and educated in our public schools. Most of her girlhood days were spent here. Her first husband was Emil A. Schumacher, and from this union Gwenith Lorraine was born, who died in infancy. This death was shortly fol lowed by that of Mr. Schumacher. After an interval of a few years she took up the nurses’ training course at the Waukesha Municipal hospital and followed this work until her marriage to Mr. A1 Bogda of Waukesha. Alma was known for her sunny and happy disposition which won her many friends. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and infant daughter Jeanette, her father, Mr. Robert Bruhn, one brother Paul of Waukesha, and five sis ters—Mrs. A. F. Ratzlaff Jr., Mrs. F. W. Ratzlaff, Mrs. John S. Flagg, and Esther, all of this city, and Betty, now teaching at Sheboygan, together with host of relatives and friends. The funeral was held at 1:30 at the residence of A. F. Ratzlaff Jr. and 2:00 at St. John’s Lutheran church, Rev. J. C. Spilman officiating. The body was laid to rest in Fassett cemetery. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mrs. J. W. Sawyer, Ida Bogda, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bogda, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Bogda, Mrs. W. Dornfeldt, Mr. *H. Kiesom, Mr. V/. Bogda of Horicon, Mr. and Mrs. Ott and family of Fort Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Damuth of Milton Jet. ♦♦♦ EAST PORTER . Dr. Sutherland, Janesville, was a caller in this vicinity Sunday. Mrs. A. Wunder was a caller at the F. Viney home Tuesday. Geo. Yahn, Janesville, was a caller in this vicinity one day last week. Mrs. V. Phillips was a caller on Mrs. F. Hantke Thursday afternoon. Miss Mary Fox, Janesville, spent a few days with her brother, E. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown and family spent Sunday afternoon with the F. Murphy family, Center. Mrs. Carl Peters and daughter Vir ginia of Stoughton are visiting at the F. Hantke home. Mr. aAd Mrs. Chas. Harnack, Center, entertained the following guests Sun day: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bienash Jr., Mr. and Mrs. L. Westendorf and fam ily, al! of Janesville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bienash Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. Bienash, Center. Everyone Cannot Live at the Seashore But everyone can now have a cool, comfortable Vudor shaded porch. These practical shades, made of wood and beautifully stained, take the heat and glare from the sun, leaving an arbor-like coolness. Patented ventilating feature permits free circulation of air on the hottest days. They last for years and make of your porch for summer the most comfortable room of the home. Put up Vudors. 4 foot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop.... $ 4.40 with 6 foot drop...; $ 3.90 5 foot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop.... 6.50 with 6 foot drop.... 5.40 •_ * • 6 foot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop. ... 7.75 with 6 foot drop 6.40 7 toot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop.... 9.40 with 6 foot drop 7.50 8 foot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop.... 10.40 with 6 foot drop 8.50 9 foot wide .with 7 foot 6 inch drop.... 12.50 with 6 foot 'drop 10.25 10 foot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop.... 13.85 with 6 foot drop 11.25 12 foot wide with 7 foot 6 inch drop 16.75 with 6 foot drop 14.75 AT THE RIALTO Thursday: A six reel comedy “So Long Letty.” One of the best side splitting comedies of the season. Fatty Arbuckle in “The Hayseed.” Friday: William Russell in “The Cheater Reformed.” The tolling of the chapel bell while the crook is violating the sanctity of the church is the turning point in a career which brings the story to a wonderful dramatic climax. “The Avenging Ar row.” Third episode. Saturday: Bert Lytell in “The Mis leading Lady.” Paragon Comedy. Sunday: A clever college comedy, “The Snob.” You’ll forget every care and be perfectly happy in this com edy of college life. Monday: “Blind Husbands” feat uring Erick Stroheim, a picture with a lesson. Topics of the day. Tuesday: A Ralph Ince production “The Highest Law.” Many actors have attempted the role of Abraham Lincoln, but Ralph Ince gives a sin cerity of portrayal which is convinc ing. The lover f of America and her immortal martyr will greatly enjoy and appreciate this offering. Wed. & Thurs.: A double attrac tion “Black Beauty.” One of the most wonderful stories, beloved by children and grownups, picturing life in its simplicity and naturalness, and offering a splendid lesson in human kindness, and animal fidelity. Har old Lloyd in “Captain Kid’s Kid.” A special children’s matinee will be given on Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Let the little folks see the famous classic of three generations, “Black Beauty.” Coming attractions, “Peck’s Bad Boy,” “A Day witn Jack Dempsy” and “Sowing the Wind.” * • — ; Card of Thanks We wish to our sincere thanks to those who so kindly offered their assistance and sympathy during our recent sorrow. ' Mr. A. Bogda, Mr. Robert Bruhn and Family. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the American Legion, the Service Star Legion for their flowers and services, to friends and neighbors for the beautiful floral offerings, also to those who so kindly offered the use of their autos, when our son was buried. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and Family —Wanted—Tobacco plants for 7 acres of tobacco land. Also renter to handle same. Ground plowed and ready. Call Reporter office for information/ 20-2 pd TERRY, KING OF ALL UNCLE TOM PRODUCERS Uncle Tom shows may come and Uncle Tom shows may go, but— Terry’s Big Company goes on for ever, and is looked upon as King and Monarch of them all with the slogan, “Forever, Foremost and Newest.” Many have tried to imitate the suc cessful Terry for years, springing up like Jonah’s gourd, but they have withered in the night like a school of minnows following in the wake of a whale, and it was thus that the lines were adopted, “After the Minnows, comes the Whale,” and it has sure proved in its place when used. Terry has been a producer of successful plays for the past twenty eight years and this season is no exception to the rule. His Uncle Tom’s Cabin this season is living up to the past reputation of former years. Terry’s big production of Harriet Ward Beecher Stowe’s famous slave play will appear for one perform ance only at Edgerton Monday June 20, and when the show comes this year the citizens will find that it has been greatly enlarged, having a tent that seats 2,500 people. Terry’s challenge concert bands will give a free street parade at noon and then in the evening at 7:00 a band concert. Doors open at 7:30 p. m. Performance at 8:00 p. m. '* FEW IDEAS OF REAL VALUE Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony Are Still Comparatively in the Stages of Infancy. “As every one knows, it is a com paratively simple thing to get a patent on anything, so long as you have a good patent attorney and are able to incorporate a few new knickknacks in your device. But such a thing as a really new idea, not to speak of a basic one, is scarcer than the proverb ial ‘hen’s teeth.’ ” Thus H. Gernsback, in the Radio Amateur News, comments on the rarity of anything new in wireless telegraphy or telephony. Inventors, he says, content themselves with making improvements in existing devices. These are good, but inventors should not get the idea that the last word has been said in basic principles. He says someone will probably discover a more sensitive than the vacuum tube; some devise a better transmitter; someone will in vent a receiver that makes use of the eyes instead of the ears. “Get off the beaten path,” he says. Gifts For Graduation See Our Line of Ivory Goods, Toilet Articles, Booklets, Cards, Electric Curl ers, Wavers, Fountain Pens, Silver and Gold Pencils. You Can Find Something Appropriate at Our Store Atwell-Dallman Drug Cos. Corner Drug Store Origin of “Dutch.". The word “Dutch” is derived from the German “deutschmeaning Ger man and the original meaning in Eng lish was German, Teutonic, except in local, careless or slang usage. The German language is classified into high and low German, the low being spoken by the people of the Nether lands, formerly designated as the low Dutch language. Gradually the usage has changed until in modern times It has reference only to the Inhabitants of the Netherlands, their language, etc. Thus Dutch furniture signifies a style developed in Holland in the sev enteenth century. Wonders of a New Vork Church. All Saints’ church, New York city, built in 1824, contains a wealth of in teresting antiquities which may be seen, however, only at the regular services. Among its wonders are a museum of Dutch antiquities, the only open and unchanged slave galleries in tiie United States, the only colonial window’ left in New York, the only three-decker chancel arrangement left in the East. —Automobile Blue Book. —Phone 280 for pump repairing—J. B. 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