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PAGE EIGHT.« ""JI'IW"MI'
BOWLING
The City League Bowling Schedule
was completed Monday evening
and the Waibels kept first place,
by winning 44 games and losing .31.
The Waibels had a habit of taking 3
gam.es whenever they were squeezed
for first place. Six times they won
all 3 games of a match. The Fren
zels took second place, winning 41
games and losing 34 games. The Wi
cherski team finished third, winning
37 games and losing 36. The Dahms
team came in 4th, winning 35 games
and losing 40 games.
The famous Becks got a late start,
finishing 5th, winning 34 games and
losing 41 out of the last 15 games, the
Becks won. 10 games. This team also
has the yearly high 3 game total of
2811. .,
The Hackbarths took last place
winning 32 games and losing 43.
Geo. Wicherski has the yearly high
average with 185, making 654 the last
night. Geo. had four 600 totals.
Reilly Dahms holds second high aver
age with 183. He made the highest 3
tame total with a mark of 655. Reilly
had three 600 totals. Count Tauscheck
took 3rd place in averages with 182.
Count had five 600 totals during the
year.
Bill Lindemann finished 4th in
averages with 179 and 27 pins over.
Elmer Backer finished 5th with 178
and 72 pins over getting 631 the last
night. The others have the following
averages:
6, Pat Schueller 178—11
7_ Guentner 177—68
8_ Boerger 177—59
9_ Emmerich _. .177—57
10. Raabe 177— 2
11. Waibel _.._.176
12. Montgomery 176
13. Sprenger 175
14. Hackbarth 174
15. Olson 174
The Prize List.
Waibels I :_.. $38.72
Frenzels 36.08
Wicherskis 34.32
Dahms 30.80
Becks 29.92
Hackbarths 28.16
High 3 Game Team Total.
Becks 2811, $10.00.
Beginnini
A I N
High Team game Single •*.•
Wicherskis 1027, $10.00 high 3 game
Individual, R. Dahms 655, $10.00
high single game ind., Count Tau
scheck 759, $5.00 Pat. Schueller, 259
LYRIC THEATRE
Wednesday and Thursday*
if
'-.'.''••'-„''•?•''''•• ''''-April 5 and 6
ELSIE FERGUSON in
"FOOTLIGHTS"
Another Paramount. Success
that has been praised highly in the
Twin Cities. Also
"PATHE NEWS" and
Comedy.
Friday and Saturday
April 7 and 8
"FRECKLES" BARRY in
"PENROD"
Marshall Nielans 8 reel special.
A great directbr and a great story.
Also
"LITTLE MISS MISCHIEF"
Comedy.
Sunday April 9
WANDA HAWLEY in
"BOBBED HAIR"
The ever increasing crowds on
Sunday nights show that 2 shows
for the price of one is being appre
ciated by the people of New Ulm.
'. Also
"PATHE REVIEW" and
"MOVE ON"
HAROLD LLOYD Comedy.
At Grand Theatre
Sunday April 9
HERBERT RAWLINSON in
"THE SCRAPPER"
Also
"THE IDLE ROOMER"
Comedy
Monday and Tuesday
April 10 and 11
That great Immortal Picture
"MOTHER OF MINE"
The Picture beautiful. Also
"KISS AND MAKE UP"
Christie Comedy
Teakettles, 5-qt.
Dishpans
Round Roasters
Colanders
Berlin Kettles
Percolators, 11-2 and 2-qt.
Double Boilers
Sets of 3 Saucepans
Sets of 3 Bread Pans
Syrup Pitchers
Convex Kettles
Quart Measures
Duplex Fireless Cookers
A in Lined, a approved by Good House
keeping.
No. 30, regular price $30,00, special $ 2 6 5 0
No. 25, regular price $19.00, special 1 5 0 0
No, 35, regular price $21.00, special 1 8 0 0
Wash Machines
We have two I SPEED HAND POW
ER WASHERS, regular price $20.00, special
We have also two MIRACLE WASHERS, for
a or Power, regular price $22.00, special
Perfection and Flounce Oil Sloves
3-Burner, regular price $24.00, special 5p22.UU
2-Burner, regular price $16.00, special 1 4 0 0
Phone 21^
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Geo. Wicherski, high average $10.00.*
^tCount Tauseheek second high aver
age $6.00 Bill Lindemann, third higb
average $5.00 Elmer Backer fourth
high average $3.50. Reiily Dahms
should have second high average, but
is only allowed one prize so he took
high 3 game total. Count takes 3rd
high average so is eliminated from
taking high single game^, which goes
to Pat. Schueller who was tied with
him. y^JfMy-^. '$$•
:0$ -U^!i^.^f
Waibels. ^f^'-^^i^^f'i'^^^^'l*V"
Guentner....... .157 156 180—493
Ed. Huhn .180 148 165—493
W. Puchner.. 162 189 205—556
Chick' Olsen 171 187 205—563
A. Waibel....... 158 200 173—531
Becks vs. Frenzels.
Schmidt 166 191 179—536
Frenzel 197 159 168—524
G. Tauscheck 147' 150 145—442
F. Tauscheck 232 214 168—614
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Seifert
Schleuder ..
Cy. Groebner
Beck
828 880 928 2636
Dahms
Dr. Gieseke .165 211 161—537
Cordes 149 156 160—465
Sannwald '. .159 168 173^-500
Hy. Dahms 178 163 214—555
R. Dahms .171 190 205—56&
822 888 913 2636
Wicherski vs. Hackbarth.
Schueller 1 7 9 173 158 510
Groebner 183 161 184 528
Bierbaum ....200 203 199 602
Berg 158 167 123 448
Wicherski 194 216 244 654
914 920 896 2730
Montgomery..... .163 156 177 496
Schleuder 134 193 184 511
Sprenger ...127 163 130 420
Johnson... 191 168 160 519
W. Baer 169 176 201 546
784 856 852 2492
GEO. HOGEN M. PFAENDER
Hogen-Pfaender Agency
INSURANCE
WEISER BLOCK
Ladies!
give E E a of
5
til&
Listen!
A COASTER WAGON WITH RUBBE
WINNER. READH
Beginning Tuesday morning, April
and buys Fifty Cents or more (.50)
number on a RUBBER-TIRED DIL
or dad to let you buy something foi
wait, because there are only 100 nun
number. Only one number to. one]
The lucky number will be drawn Si
•':•. .•""mm
A TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT will
which does not include any articles
1 5 8 223 1S2—563
.. .. 900 937 842-2679
....188 233 166-T587
.....145 169 161—475
1 5 9 213 178—550
,...173 171 222—566
195 234 202—631
860 10?0 92#-2809
Mr. and Mrs-Albert Wiltscheck Were
tendered a farewill surprise party by a
number of their friends and neighbors
at their home on North Payne street,
yesterday evening. The hours were
spent playing five hundred.* The
guests came with well-filled baskets
and before departing supper was
served. Mf and Mrs-. Wiltscheck and
family will depart the latter part of
this week for Minneapolis where they
will make their future home.
Think now-^
you need
-•a couple of
"neckties
THIS IS FURNISHINGS WEEK AT
CRONEBROS.CO.
KUPPEfiHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES
NEW ULM, MINN.
Saturda Mornin APRI A H«&( Saturda Evenin APRI 15thf
t$ake/N6tice!
SATURDAY MORNINd, APRIL 8th, AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP
($1.00) or more worth of goods in our store, a
Heavy White-,enameled Wash Basin ^St-
not more than one to a customer.
To^tlie Men!
BEGINNING MONDAY MOANING, APRIL 10th, AT 8 O'CLOCK
we will give each of the first fifty meii, who buy a Dollar's Worth ($1.00) of goods in
our store one
10-pound package of Mixed Nails, suitable for Home Use
not more than one package to a customer.^
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firat twenty-five (25) ladies, who buy One Dollar
mX A CH^NfeE I
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Jfe every boy e^f gh?I, lyho comes into our store
|h of merchandise will receive a free chance or
WHEELED g^QASTER WAGON^Get Another
t, so you wflt^et your chance. And don't
J, «o only the {first 100 children will receive a
mfa&0 :$ ,*,-. -:-.^,
:r
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^!)lFfERN(»)N, April 15th, a a
it to
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We have brought together a most unusual
collection of smart new tailored Suits and
Coats suitable for either woman or miss and
to conform to all types of figures. The val
ues represented are exceptional. You can
select your new Easter Suit or Coat with
confidence. Mostly Navy Blue Twill Cords,
Piquette, Stockolette, fine Velour and Tri
cotine.
Suitss8.soto$39:5,t
Do not forget our Bargain Jasement
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Coats15™ to*'29.*-l
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CHULRE?
Better Goods for Less Money «.•
OTTOMEYER BLOCK New Ulm', Minn.
$P
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Special price, this week
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WANG^S
10-lb. i^cka^s of not
rusty p|£r package
1 JMxiflimd im FlatfeWii^ht
Du»ai
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$f$$:"'t^% •,'ijj~fS|ft,is^.'!^S ?iSi.
]R|melpi,Der
the"
Prices!
Worth of merchandise will be given
a
Person buying one of our -S
Ranges during this sale
-The buyer may pick $6.00 worth
anythMg*he^Or a
want that we l|ave itt^bur store.
We have our Spring, line ucwe
a S in a position togiv6 ytu prtce and
quality. jr *•,- -»v*fy ,v ., fc:%*"&mKn^ v"^
:%|]G^lv4iizf(^l"Clncken Ctitijfc
A galvanized cnlcken coop''will kee^p^ybiii
little checks safj|. Neither storms nor rats an
foxes caii get them and hurt ojp kill them.
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ii/ll^plixed Nails aijtf'Screws^
11
|lle^%willSLlll JE. S
Il||l ^hislal^ we will sel you ~7%*
Slife 6 lockages .of seeds for^W^WW^Wl^oC
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