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Edgerton - Wisconsin Subscription - $1.50 Per Year FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1922. CORRESPONDENCE ALBION Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Aaby have pur chased a Ford sedan. Rev. and Mrs. Seeger and son Lloyd spent Christmas at Milton. Mrs. Ida Atwood was hostess to a large gathering Christmas day. Chris. Larson who has been suffering with infection is able to be about again. Mrs. Ida Atwood and Miss Iva Saun ders were Janesville visitors Saturday. Geo. Mitchel of Marion, lowa, visited his wife’s relatives here over Christ mas. Mrs. Albert Crandall spent a few days with her son, Louis Crandall, and family. Myrtle McCarthy of Milwaukee Nor is spending the holidays at her parental home here. Claude Burdick and family of Edger ton spent Christmas day at the H. E. Whitford home. Claude Townsend and family motored to Waukesha Sunday to visit Mrs. Townsend’s sister and family. Stephen Lawton and wife of Battle Creek, Mich., spent Ceristmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawton. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crandall and son Russel spent Christmas day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Crandall. L. J. Green and wife entertained D. D. Emerson and family, Willis Still man and wife and Archie Wentworth at an Xmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Onsgard and baby, Jean, of Whitewater and Miss Marjorie Bliven of McFarland spent Christmas at their parental home here. Mrs. Robert Gaines accompanied Miss Agnes Powers to Madison Satur day on her way home to Columbus. Mrs. Gaines returned that evening with her husband. H. E. Thomas and family of Milton spent Christmas day at the M. J. Bab cock home. Master Ernest Whitford returned home with them to spend a few days. J. J. Packero and family of Rockford Bpent from Saturday until Monday night at the E. W. Whitford home. Mrs. M. M. Drake returned home with them for a week’s visit. NORTH-EAST PORTER Edward Jenson and family attended church in Cooksville on Christmas day. Carl Nelson and wife spent Christ mas with the latter’s parents in Janes ville. Ward Whitford and wife spent. Sun day with the latter’s parents near Al bion. Frank Herrick and family spent Christmas at the James Spike home in Edgerton. Carl Nelson and wife spent Christ mas eve at the Chas. Nelson home in Edgerton. Messrs, and Mesdames Elmer Learn and Herbie Haried spent Sunday in Jsnesville. Ward Whitford and wife spent Christmas at the Wm. O’Leary home in Edgerton. Archie Sommerfeldt of Janesville spent last week with his sister, Mrs. Claude Darling. Oscar and Louis Kjernes and fami lies spent Christmas eve at the } O. J. Kjernes home. * < Avery little tobacco was taken down last Monday, but in most cases it was not in condition. Frank Herrick and wife entertained the Henry Arthur and Joe Attlesey families last Sunday. Oscar and Louis Kjernes and fami lies spent Sunday with Mrs. Hagge stad of Hanerville. Mrs. Seivert and daughter Edna of Albion are spending the week at the Martin Sommerwald home. Elmer Learn and wife spent Christ mas with the latter’s parents, Herman Becker and wife at Indian Ford. Messrs. J. S. Marsden and Irving Gardiner and their families spent Christmas at the Wm. Gardiner home. Mrs. Ella Peach and sons Roy and Glen spent Christmas with her brother, Richard Carson and family in Evans ville. Miss Vera Schmeling had a very fine entertainment and Christmas tree last Eriday night at the school house in District No. 8. Miss Edith Gardiner arrived Satur day night from Wellsville, N. Y., to spend the holiday week with her par ents and other relatives. Glenn Gardiner came out from Mil waukee Saturday evening and spent Sunday at fhe parental home and re turned early Monday morning. Mrs. Alex Jenson’s parents, Mr and Mrs. Larson, and brother Ed Lar son and family of Stoughton spent Christmas at the Alex Jenson home. EAST PORTER Roy Anderson and family motored to Rockford Saturday. Will Fox and sister Marie were Janes ville shoppers Saturday. E. Wheeler and wife spent Christmas with A. Green ene wife. Chas. Harnach and family visited Saturday at the Will Sperry home. Chas. Harnack and family were Evansville shoppers Wednesday. F. Murphy and family spent Christ mas day with the former’s parents. James Hemming of Janesville was a caller in this vicinity one day last week. Little Dorothy Phillips is spending her Christmas vacation with her grand parents at Janesville. A Christmas tree and program was held at the Stephens school Friday eve ning. A large crowd was in atten dance. All reported a fine time. PORTER Mrs. E. M. Nalan was a Stoughton visitor on Monday. Edward Casey of Milwaukee is here for a short visit at the parental home. Vera Boss is enjoying a week’s vaca tion from her duties at the Parker Pen, Janesville. The Jas. Barrett family ate Christ mas dinner with Mrs. Elizabeth Collins at Evansville. , Stephen Dooley of Janesville was a caller at the J. Galauner home one day last week. Mr. ttugh Cox left Wednesday for a two weeks’ visit with his relatives in Greenwood, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. Doty of Edgerton and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Ford of Beloit spent Christmas at the Thos. Ford home. A Christmas tree and program was given at the Eagle schoolhouse on. Fri day evening which was greatly enjoyed by all. EAST KOSHKONONG Rudolph Punzel and wife spept Christ mas day with the latter’s parents at Fort Atkinson. Miss Valborg Linde, who is teaching at Reedsburg, is Bpending the vacation at her home here. Mildred Lien, who attends St. Olaf college, Nortbfield, is spending the va cation at her home. f Gust J. Johnson, who had a severe attack of quinsy, returned from the Lockwood hospital on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Haight and daugh ter Esther are spending the holidays with the former’s brothers in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smithback and daughter of Madison are visiting rela tives at Hillside and vicinity several days this week. Quite a number from here attended a meeting at Cambridge last Wednes day evening, where an address was given by Dr. Wm. Ganfield of Wauke sha. The chicken pie dinner which was to have been served at the East Koshkon ong church on Wednesday, December 27, has been postponed two weeks on account of the farmers being busy with tobacco stripping. SUMNER A happy New Year to all. Charlotte Robbins had her tonsils re moved at the Lockwood hospital. Lyle Marsden and wife spent Christ mas at Will Condon’s at Newville. * Adam Plum and wife and Will Bunt ing and wife were Christmas guests at the Archie Hammerquist home. Harold Detlow and Miss Effie Jen kins spent the holidays with the form er’s parents at Whitewater. Those who were entertained at the B. J. Messmer home were Roy Luder man and family, Ben Messmer and family, Fort Atkinson, W. Messmer and family. The following gathered at the Mat Hammes home Christmas: Angust Loga and family, Henry Anderson and family, Harvey Bickle and family aud Eddie Andersoh. Those who were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trick Christmas were Claude Kirby and family, Frank Jen kins and family, Will Trick Sr., Will Trick, Jr., Charlie Wille, Mrs. Elsie Johnsoa and children, Ira Jenkins and wife. ROCKDALE Mrs. Geo. B. Halverson, who passed away at West Side hospital, Chicago, Saturday, Dec. 16, whose maiden name was Milla Bolstad, was born in the town of Christiana on the 28th day of November, 1880, of the parents Mr. and Mrs. Ole L. Bolstad. On the 16th day of October, 1902, she was united in marriage to Geo. B. Halverson. They purchased the Bolstad farm where they built up a beautiful home. This union was blessed with six children, four boys and two girls. One son, Paul, 3 years of age, preceded her in death by two months. She leaves besides her hus band and five children to mourn her loss, two sisters, two brothers and a host of friends. She was highly re spected by her neighbors and friends and wilLbe greatly missed not only in her home but by all who knew her. She was an active worker in the church, school and the community where she resided. The funeral was held Thurs day at the house and the West Kosh konong church of which she was a member. Her pastor, Rev. Krostu, conducted the services at the house, the church and the grave, assisted by Rev. Ristad of Edgerton, Rev. John Halvorson of Rockdale and Rev. Lee of Deerfield. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Mrs. Herman Kravick spent Christ mas with her mother, Mrs. Onsgard, at Cambridge. Very nearly all tobacco was removed from the poles here during the case weather. A few of Mrs. C. O. Anderson’s friends helped her celebrate her birth day Christmas day. Sigvart Severson and Tracy Holm are spending the Xmas vacation at the homes of their parents. Miss Polly Christianson and friend of Madison spent Christmas with her sis ter, Mrs. Ted Anderson. Mrs. Neil Olson, who is doing jury duty at Madison, spent Xmas at home, but returned to Madison Tuesday. Ole Anderson, Clayton Larson, Mrs. Torval Anderson of Chicago are all here to spend Xmas with their families. Mr. and 'Mrs. Theo. Tellefson had the pleasure of having all their children and family at their home Xmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tostenson went to Chicago last Saturday to spend a few weeks with their sons, Sanford and Harold. Einer Evenson, who has been bossing a crew on road work this summer, spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. Fossheim. The following were entertained at the Emil Herried home Sunday: A. C. Tel lefsou and family, A. 0. Herried and Oluf Herried and family. - The Good will of our patrons and friends is one of our most valuable assets. The spirit of the season brings to us renewed appreciation of old associates and the value of new friends May success attend your New Year BORGNIS - Edgerton HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD CANDIES DIETZEL’S BOOT SHOP BETTER SHOES New Year Felicitations It \ 1 cannot be more truly MBF conveyed this season than through a basket of beautiful flowers. Willson’s Flower Shop Ipjpp PHONE 50 ty&mf ' The chicken dinner to be given by the men of the East Koshkonong church Wednesday, has been postponed until Wednesday, Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Lien of Edger ton spent Sunday with his father, M. J. Lien, and Xmas day M. J. and daugh ter Hazel spent the day with Carlyle at Edgerton. Remember the oyster supper given by the Ladies’ Aid of Rockdale at the church parlors New Year’s eve. Nice fat milk fed oysters taken out of the shell the day shipped from Baltimore, with the usual trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, Bernice Tel lefson and Harold Olson motored out from Chicago and spent Xmas at the parental homes. They returned home Monday evening accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tellefson. Mrs. Severt Severson had a fall and was so badly hurt that she was taken to Madison where an X-ray was taken, and it was found that a bone in the upper part of the limb was fractured. She was taken back to her home where she is resting quite comfortably. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our neighbors and friends who so kindly showed us their sympathy in our bereavement; also for the floral offerings and to the choir. We also thank Pastors Krostu, Ristad, Halvorson and Lee for the words of comfort spoken at the services. Geo. B. Halverson and Ft?"" Hr. Let uS assure you of our apprecia tion of your patronage during the past year and by the same token we extend to you our wishes for a Successful New Year ♦ Wisconsin Tobacco Market Continued from page 1 Ohio Dayton, 0., Dec. 16, 1922. Decision to form a permanent organ ization of tobacco growers in the Miami valley with Dayton as the headquarters for all activities of this body and the tobacco center of the Miami valley, has been reached by farmers in this dis trict, according to an announcement made this week by O. L. Cunningham, agent of the Montgomery County Farm bureau. It jis proposed that farmers from all over the valley meet in Dayton during the week between Christmas and New Year’s for the purpose of outlining pre liminary plans for the organization. Belief is expressed that the new asso ciation, should it be organized, will be a co-operative one and that it will own its own warehouses and have its own managers to sell its product direct. Stockholders’ Meeting. The annual meeting of :the stockhold ers of the Albion Mutual Fire Ins. Cos. will be held at the Albion Town hall on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1923, at 10 a. m., for the purpose of electing officers and transacting such other business as may come before the meeting. 6t2 L. G. Hall, Secy. Wanted —To bear from owner of ?;ood Farm for sale. State cash price, all particulars.—D. F. Bush, Minne apolis, Minn. 47t12pd,, We wish to express our apprecia tion of the many considerations shown us during the past year and we extend to you our sincere good wishes for a V. , m > Happy and Prosperous New Year PEARSON & JAGODITCH CO. We Wish For You A Prosperous and Happy New Year Hain, Livlck & Arthur The Progressive Hardware Store Phone 98 * Edgerton, Wis. Sheaffer Pens and Pencils ** j r r n The right kind that always write Atwell-Dallman Drug Cos. On The Corner Edgerton, Wisconsin.