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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
Edgerton - Wisconsin Subscription - $1.50 Per Year * RIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922. CORRESPONDENCE ALBION Robert Gaines was a Madison visitor the first of the week. Miss Agnes Powers is spending the holidays with her parents at Columbus. The Willing Workers were entertain ed at* dinner by Mrs. Fred Palmiter on Tuesday. Harold Babcock returned from his northern hunting trip, bringing a nice deer with him. On account of the absence of the pas tor, the annual S. D. B. dinner will be postponed until Dec. 10th. Mrs. E. C. Main and granddaughter, Alma Drake, are spending the Thanks giving holidays at Walworth. E. W. Whitford, who has been on the sick list, is able to be out now, al though he has not resumed his work. Elverton Palmiter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawton were entertained at a duck dinner at the C. S. Lawton home Friday. The young people of Albion gave a surprise party at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Babcock Monday night, the occasion being Mrs. Bab cock’s birthday. Elverton Palmiter, Mr. and Mrs. Nathon Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Mort Palmiter and daughter, Mrs. Zoe Mc- Kibbon, and litile daughter left Tues day for Florida where they will spend the winter. Mirandy’s Minstrels will be at the Albion town hall Thursday evening, Dec. 7th, and Saturday evening, Dec. 9th. Admission 30 and 15 cents. Ev erybody come. Given by the members of the Missionary Benevolent society. Mrs. Grace Turk, R. N. A. deputy, spent Monday night with Mrs. E. A. Drake. Monday evening they organ ized a R. N. A. camp at Sumner with 22 charter members. Rock City Camp of Fort Atkinson put on the work. There were also 15 members from Ed gerton and nine from Albion present. EAST KOSHKONONG p. C. Olson and wife spent Thursday at Andrew Nelson’s, Sumner. Norman Smithback of Hillside spent several days last week at Green Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Kravick visited at Simonson’s at Deerfield last Sunday. Mrs. M. Linde recently visited Mrs. Johnson at the F. J. Rumpf home at Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jarlsberg at tended the wedding of the latter’s sis ter, Miss Amanda Severson, and M. Benion iast Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Veum have spent several days here and Monday morning started on a motor trip to Miami, Fla., where they will spend the winter. Arthur Kravick, a former resident of this neighborhood, has purchased the blacksmith and machine shop owned by Albert Fousum at Cambridge and will build a garage and filling station there next spring. EAST PORTER F. Peach and family were Janesville visitors Sunday. * Miss Marie Fox* was a Janesville shopper Saturday. Roy Anderson and wife were Janes ville callers Saturday. Chas. Harnack and family were Janesville shoppers Saturday. Mrs. F. Murphy of Center was an Edgerton shopper Monday. Mrs. Ed. Fox and daughter, Marie visited Sunday at the Peter Barrett home. The Help-a-Bit club met with Mrs. Ed. Nalen Thursday afternoon. Re freshments were served. All reported a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Strieker and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McDon ough of Edgerton spent Sunday at the F. Handtke home. A box social and program was given by the pupils of the Stevens school last Thursday evening. A large crowd was in attendance. The net amount received was fourteen dollars and five cents. FULTON Kenneth Sayre was down from the U. W. for over Sunday. Miss Ruth Marsden visited Evelyn Murwin Saturday and Sunday. R. S. Pease is north this week look ing after his tobacco interests. The town board met at the clerk’s office for their annual settlement on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and son Paul Jr. will spend Thanksgiving at John O’Berg’s. O. P. Murwin had a force of men graveling the road in the worst places between Fulton and Indian Ford last week. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pease, Mrs. and Miss Ella Murwin visited in Janesville Sunday afternoon. J. E. Sayre received the football news from the Chicago-Wisconsin game Saturday over his radio. * Water has been out of the pond the past two weeks owing to leaks in the dam. A force of men have been at work trying to fix the leaks but with poor success so far. The play given by the young people of district No. 6 in the church Friday evening was greeted by a full house and was one of the best plays ever given here. The proceeds were nearly SSO. They have been asked to repeat the play. Watch for-the date. The ladies of the Congregational church will have their annual chicken pie supper and bazaar in the hall Wed nesday evening, Dec. 6. They will be gin serving supper at 5:30. There will be a large display of Christmas gifts, and the young girls' club will have a special booth and candy sale. All are iovined to come and have a good time. ROCKDALE Melvin Mathison of Stoughton called on friends here Sunday. Leonard Norgord is home from Chi cago to spend Thanksgiving.. John Norgord and daughter and Mrs. Olson were at Madison Sunday. Teddie~Anderson and wife spent Sun day with Oscar Anderson and wife at Oakland. Ruben Tellefson, wife and sons and Mrs. Anna Berg spent Sunday at the C. O- Tellefson home. Mrs. J. C. Holm returned home last Saturday after spending a week with her sister at Merton, Wis. Theo. Tellefson and wife motored to Crystal Lake Saturday to pay a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Schueneman. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Janesville were Sunday visitors at Osmund Ol sons. Mrs. Anderson is a daughter of Mr. Olson. The Ladies society will meet in the church parlors Thursday, Dec. 7th, en tertained by Mrs. Emil Herried and Mrs. Neil Olson. The La Follette celebration held here last Thursday was a grand success. It called out a large crowd and all seemed to enjoy themselves. There will be services in English here Thanksgiving evening at 7:30. An of fering will be taken for the general fund. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Nottestad had their baby boy christened here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Venaas and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tellefson acted as sponsors. It was given the name of Alvin Rudolf. The Scissors Guild will hold their ba zaar in the church parlors on Saturday, Dec. 2. Chicken pie, roast pork with the usual side dishes will be served. They have a very large assortment of fancy articles consisting of pillow slips, sheets, table scarfs, towels, aprons, children’s dresses, cloths, nap kins, etc. The sale will open at 4p. m. and supper will be served at 5 p. m. Come and buy your Christmas presents from the Guild and help a good cause. SUMNER Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins spent last Wednesday and Thursday in Milwaukee. Mrs. Harvey Bickle and daughter Florence were Janesville vifitors Sat urday. The I. *O. O. F. entertained their families at an oyster supper Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Condon and son Fred of Newville spent Thursday even ing with Lyle Marsden and family. Lyle Marsden and family and Ru dolph Punzel and family were Sunday visitors with Will Messmer and family. Will Bunting and wife, Archie Ham merquist and wife, Arlow Marsden and wife were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ratzlaff last Thursday evening. Those ;v r ho were entertained at the B. J. Messmer home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gailian Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper of Edgerton, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Messmer of Black Hawk. The deer hunters, Will Trick Jr., Al bert Johnson, Hubert Arthur and Chas. Wille, the latter two from Edgerton, returned home Friday with three fine bucks. The boys made the trip by auto. You ought to hear the bear stories around here now. PORTER The corn shredding has been finished in this locality. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nalan spent Sunday with Stoughton relatives. Mrs. Frank Boss was a week end visitor with relatives in Janesville. Edward Casey has gone to Milwau kee where he has secured employment. Mrs. Thomas Ford accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. Doty to Beloit on Sunday and spent the day with relatives. The Help-a-Bit club met with Mrs. E. M. Nalan on Thursday. Refresh ments were served. Next meeting with Mrs. Arthur Green Dec. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin of Madi son called at the home of D. Casey on Sunday. They were on their way to Caledonia, 111., the home of the form er’s parents. A large crowd attended the box so cial at the Stevens’ school house last Thursday eve. A nice program was rendered by the pupils assisted by the teacher, Miss Beulah Hadley. About sls was realized. Stop—Look—Listen! If you want to see the Fuller Christ mas brush line of 45 brushes with 69 uses, phone 197-blue and the Fuller man will bring them to you to see. lpd Home Made Candy. I have -purchased a candy machine and will fill orders for any kind of home made candies from now on until Christ mas. Call or phone Mrs. Bennie Dall man. tl —Dadmun’s Laying Mash makes most eggs. Save the middleman’s profit. Buy direct from us.—Dadmun Brothers, Whitewater, Wis. 3tf Wisconsin Tobacco Market Continued from page 1 manufacturers, leaf tobacco houses and cigar box manufacturers was held on Thursday evening, Nov. 8, at Wilkins’ hall. All matters pertaining to the ci gar industry in Chicago were discussed. A. W. Kaercher of A. W. Kaercher & Cos,, one of our leading leaf tobacco firms, acted as chairman of the meet ing. He was ably assisted by Fred Newman of Newman & Gach. also one of our live leaf firms, and W. Rosen berger of the Chicago Box Cos. Many leading cigar manufacturers were pres ent, and the following leaf tobacco houses were represented: Wedeles Bros., John H Meyer & Son, A. Hus sey Leaf Tobacco Cos., Taussig Bros., Newman & Gach and A. W. Kaereher & Cos. Cigar box manufacturers were represents! by A. O. Fischer, Edward Merz and Mr. Rosenberger, who acted as secretary of the meeting.—Joe in Leaf. 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Prices Range From 5c to SI.OO BORGNIS - Edgerton HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD CANDIES Pyrex Ware wf makes an ideal Gift > We have a large assort- * ment from which to choose Casseroles at .$3.25 to $5.25 Pie Plates at .„. 85c, 90c and $1 Cake Plates 85c to $1.75 Custard Cups per set of six $1.25 and $1.50 Oblong Pudding Dishes 90c Baking Dishes SI.OO, $1.50 Bread Pans SI.OO, $1.50 Bean Pots $2.50 Hain, Livfck & Arthur The Progressive Hardware Store Phone 98 Edgerton, Wis. PRINGLE BROS. CO. Friday & Saturday Self Rising Buckwheats Wheat FI. 5 lb 28c Filberts = lb 19c Mixed Nuts = lb 20c 2 Chocolate Bars 5c 2 lb Can Armours Veribest Roast Beef 35c 2lb Cau Corned Beef Hash 35c 1 lb Can Corned Beef 25c Crystallized dinger = in bulk Fresh Bulk Dates ■ lb Isc Late Howe Cranberries - lb 20c 4 lb Extra Fancy Eating Apples 50c Meat Specials for Sat. 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