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   Monroe Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 13, 1946, Monroe, Wisconsin                                PAGE TWO MONROE EVENING TIMES FOOTIEB OCTOBER 18B8 Monroe Waily Journal absorbed Published Uaily except Sunday by MOXKOE EVENING TIMES Emery Entered at the poat effice 3LBASBD WIRE KEPOKTS THE ASSOCIATED TKESS National AdrertlalnB Heprcsentatlvoa The AllenKIapp Chinco New York Detroit SUBSCRIPTION BATES IX CITY OF City delivery by lock box or ceneral 20 cents a Slasle copies 5 SCBCBBAJJ BY CABRIEB sssr Six Months Tnree Months JL75 One Month 7oc All TObacriptloni paid The Associated Press is exclusively tndlfed to the use for puMIcatllm of news dispatches credited to it or not credited In this paper and also the local news published AU rShts ol republlcation ol special dispatches are also EDITORIAL Spring Is Near Spring is practically No we did not take a cue from the We have not been consulting any We haventseen or a as the song In we havent relied on MONROE EVENING FEBRUARY 1946 NeWs Views By DeWitt Mackenzie Associated Press Analyst ITS CARDINALSDESIGNATE ARRIVE IN Samuel Stritch Chicago and Archbishop Edward Mooney right of who are to be invested fay Pope PiuTxii in the consistory starting are greeted by Franklin assistant to Myron r Tavlor President Trumans special representative at the upon their arrival by plane at the Rome AP Wirephoto via radio from HEllRTHDAY MURDER ULtnimUTEUIItMlffiFmTlnitSSYVIIKTl Monticello the top of the great dike which holds back the aggressive waters of the Zuider Zee there stretches out be fore you on the land side as far as the eye can reach a scene of de vastation that is logged in United Nations records as one of the meanest war crimes of the This was the flooding of the great Wieringermeer farm colony of acres by dynamiting the dikes and letting in the Zuider Three villages and 512farms were wiped The Germans did this without military reason but solely as an act of hate on April just before their surren Cant Beat Em But cant beat the Dutch learned with deep during a tour of much of the area with Government Supervisor only 10 months after the the greatjelectric largely dissolved in the Even the trees were Characteristic it is a characteristic of the Dutch to smile through their and the Boche mean ness has been met with a philo sophical determination which is well represented in a jigsaw puz zle with which the children of the zone are This depicts the predicament of the flooded area in a humorous Theres the pretty young housewife standing on a tiny is land in the flood with a basket of eggs on her looking as though she is afraid she will get her feet Theres a fat and perplexed pig on another island thats just big enough to hold And a contented farmer is catch ing fish from the roof of his i So the colonists are digging as the spring The gov ernment is paying for the losses sustained by the young couples and will replace their houses and When the war broke out there were attached to this model colony some 300 young German Jewish men and women who were automobile bearing two large blacklettered signs was seen on j Grand Forks j The signs Just i and man interesting Items From the Files of The Evening Times 10 Years 1936 Martintown and Winslow rei ceive food and coal to relieve shortages caused by snow native of j dies in Louis i Power shovel only answer to Monticello High way Commissioner Kohn Highway crew opens road bei i tween Orangeville and Freeport in time to rush Paul i Orangeville school to hospital for emergency appen 25 Years 1921 House of representatives asked to impeachFederal Judge Landis f9r high crimes and misdemeanors in pro posed impeachment based solely on Judge Landis connection with organized baseball Werv ner Schmid dies at home of par Christ Brodhead Warrenwins from Monroe 17 to Ever tried a want ad CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC GONSTEAD When Sick of Being THE XKay and Neurocalpmeter Phone 101 Monroe these were taken to j Only about 20 have and j are ONE already are starting to plow the 1946 To be the snug and Hilbert houses and barns have been pj i Tjfp i were guests of troyed and the farmers with their Or Lire and Thomas families live miles away in surBy Associated Press i ana Thomas nve nines m itle The pretty women dont real the Ralph Selmer rounding but the land They Albany and the Norman hasnt been ruined a they the waters of the Zuider cnmp hack ynu are not a and Gordon Palmer Zee arent j u have for people wi ty were guests of sea only years agoThe govI number of oizarre situations j that your face would be good Mr and Mrs Robert ernment had built the tidy houses which a marriage involving Vic out of smooth golden Donald Knobel and son and ample barns and had con tora Jason might bring to Th7 planes are Helga and structed three villages as The rich and He examined Frank visited and colonists rented from tho govern For when the f or a moment with his Kammr Wds and and knowing JJCVpic But we are relying on something t In todays mail comes a oluru which reads The colors of mens suits and sportswear this coming summer will be out of this Men s linen suits and linentype appar el will be on the bright and imaginative interesting na tural linen pale silver silvery lemons the shades right out be arrald of of Men must not these colors because theyre real male plumage for They vmi 11 has produced her third set of twin It was her second pair within vear Laverne K a m m r u d The farmers and their wives and John Dahnke and I were youthful folk and Mary out The Theophil bet a friend that he could swallow a He it put him in i You Heard The Paeked with T This V That An officer in the South who had been over seas about fourteen received a letter from his wife recently telling about a prayer their little fouryearold daughter made Dear the child please send me a little baby so we will have something to surprise Daddy with when he gets wearing slacks and a always worked the You would it and accept no 1 nd say ttogt i Anton Hefty was in Bertha snirttaiis always i Bertha selves out and ballooned behind 1 Im glad I had what you needed of Thomas Miss Florence her small solid body as she and Irene New sued a thought down the length Victoria did not were in a Her graying show jt other Mr and Mrs jacob it Innlfon nt DCSL 3S i f i j nnl I nyr which looked at best as j though it were for The land The colon ists were happy ancl the govern1 ment was asproud as punch over f the fish was four inches long ancl an inch and a haU in male plumage lor tnougn u were uivwu are cool and Youll Ward by a strong was de see cool rayon and by one dazed observer as 2piece summer having been stirred by an egg Im a good laughed Fred ouu lls model Into this Janesville visited and Arcadian scene stalked the Kin tit Jr Grand Forks ties country J linentype soft country Its the surest sign of spring there is when that an reaches our It h ed for a quarter of a century though the forecast never proveb out on any horizontal surface drank from a glass and set it down victoria grinned at I Albert laughed Fred The Boche long hated the colonists because the latter were antiNazi and there were many Moniund Qund work what made you change your orefc visited So the invaders drank from a glass and set it down Victoria grinned at 1 just short of the staring I lni k it because your irame is and Mrs Raymond Gessler with but t ivictoria and Ifs and L ester Blei fAil flip flnnr and j wprp in were guests ot Bleiler c flooded the happy Drive Out Constipation CALLING all bridge Good news THE BAKER BOOK comes through again with indestructible KEM plastic playing wont it be fine to play cards again with smooth dealing it is possible to replace lost or dam aged These cards will make a wonderful gift for any person who enjoys playing If you have never heard of Kem cards stop in at BAKERS ancl learn how wonderful they j really Washable they cosf for a double and you always have cards on hand when you fffinnprlv Solfs t 15 floor to consider her idea ade Because he was producing wejll sulBCi auately everyone presl and because she had just tal though the forecast never proves u witll exhaustion signed a contract for a Missionary society of Zwingli leet m The Germans did ol any value whatsoever as farj Vicloria would peer triumphantly writing they were Evihgeiical and Reformed church i colony a few predicting what men to her quietly in the at pafisH was no loss ii Elmer vice life and only cent The Hitlerites blew two huge gaps in the tall the little Dutch boys thumb couldnt cope with The flood tore through the openings and cov1 ered the land to a depth of and comfort your stomach too iorta and you suffer from its loss of lack of and your stomach feels crowded because of gas and PeterFahrneys timetes A young soldier from Brooklyn was on maneuvers in the mountains of Having a few hours to him he returned to the camp with a handful of rattle snake Where in the world did you get them gasped his alarmed The lad from Brook lyn beamed Offn a as except d wide in its Too Indefinite The troublewith so news dispatches is that leave you up in the Such is the incomplete patch from Philadelphia a dis lew p days ago concerning the slaying of an editor of one of the Quak er City To make It some of copy readers didnt help the sit W1UC All rty Jyf V JL W35 ulujf is a gray eyes bright as a whitehaired The lesson Uprbbted cattle were But forecast that is quite unaware that slie riunch hour next daya was in charge of Hilda lovely farm houses and the aroundthe albeit winter like a person who had just dest picture of them taking out Florence Hefty and Bar1 villages with their handsome will have another fling or twu 0ed frOm a burning jtne ijcense appeared in a local bara Hostesses Hulda j churches and public buildings And Albert was a quiet paper Duerst and Alma Dahnke served But none of speculations assured the flower in his button about the marriage approached a wilted and Herman Feenje the wim a smile of i were in they viMmia i ing a penr which looked as though andaidsTthem togently and smoothly closSinE waste helps drive out consupa gives the stomach that splendid feeling of Caution Use only as If you again want to know the joy of happy relief from constipations mraenes and comfort your stomach at the same get ALPENKRAUTER today from any luch as Kcmpfert vorcc excusable wherTt happenby someone ed to Victoria Jason Harriss at 24and even a but if it happened to Victoria Jason Hime Samuel visited Do I really look like that she the Casper Rhyner home It was the morning and John G Blum their They were re Sunday of heir Just when the story became in meager details having been given that the editors wife after his first age that she agreed to marry busy disposing the last signs of revelry left from the enormous and casual re ception of the night j and Henry Pauli and age that she agreed to marry AIi Youre not he told New visited her Albert got He got Glancing closely at she Emma her because she liked besaw that he was looking at his Misses Kathleen H appeared having vuiLl been found intoxicated on and bs her because sne jiiiuu isaw mat ne wus luuivme cause of his frank admiration of own pictured not This or mind Free Lu yiuLULtu noi Marian what he called her story mind of masculine vanity cjiie Loveland and Clarence I and bscause of unfailing small ati amused her Willis Elmer and Wai the the story pleasant to a woman who f worked on equal and the story really full It deserves should hcr j dinj I 1I1C11 the premises the story pleasant to a woman who ing to get on she lace were in Theres good material f 15 years worked on understand each I Nic Freitag and Rufus Freitag for a full length mystery drama terms with Albert treated sa 1 e suppereguests of and HPBPrves do me IQO much Fred to the marhe told her with solemn and Herman Klassy oria refused him flatly You are a riddle to I and Betty unnecessary trip toalways feel that you see through Vocgeli and Marty vis mi j T in Mnnrnp and made clear that editors are not willy for it might serve to give a lot of people anH and TVC iO give a juu wi j emu njuiv Moreover we hope facts are New where she allowed herself the lachrymose indulgence of revisiting the scenes where her first marriage had spun to its uclv When she returned n TTi 11 c brought out about the quarrel which resulted fatally for the Probably no one Is quite so sick about the errors which ap pear in the columns of a 800 errors are possible in eacli alWcija niav t me like and just as I think ited in Monroe with I have you down pat you do Joe ugly close wnen sne reiurnua her little in Beverly sir found it full of Alberts Dowfeir maruaee thing to confuse But in spite of this happy begin and Roswell Rich ardsand Rosanda and 4U were in Madison to visit few months and trying Mrs Emma Frcltag called on felt it somehow slighting to h t M him that they should live in Vic Glarus torias It was a low adpbe i Mr chocolates bulked on the coffee torias It was a low adpbei Mr and Mfs wmiam Spring table in the living and an the rooms sprawling 1 and Mrs Wmiam pagel were to dinner with Albert around a small center the Aitjany lame m uiu an 12em hnc of to dinner with Albert around a small center patio the Something like a half dozen rlayed by Victorias devoted 1 1 may te responsible for who oonortunely re persons may any single even more persons are in dividually or But of one thing you may be there is an error in the the entire staff re grets The fact that so many errors of great and small stature do appear still do not ease the feelings of the No newspa perman ever becomes hardened to But they all recognize and believe in the law of wab j T who opportunely re He certainly seems to care for n tiled roof almost hidden by thick Goraon called iiiea rooi aiiuubiniuuun uy i Gordon canea bougainvillea vine whose vivid j on Hulda Amelong and cerise was allthat could be seen through the closepacked ire for through the ciosepacKea Mr and Freeman Victoria retired to her trees of the deep front For visited and she did not know oor wept briefly she did not know and that night at reversed her and Freeman Albert Hime was a People liked never he chose only the most conservative checks and so that while his appear ance suggested southern Calif j no known reason the front door xed opened directly into the dining j Fred Marty nt The living with its spent a week with and oE big terracotta Bruce lay long and dim beyond j The losers of the Friday Bridge 2JieVe 111 uie jaw Ui avcjagca aiiuu One of the stunning was a producer of ay on j JUDCJS mt This was casually furnished club entertained the winners at with comfortable a sofa a luncheon at the home of which had seen better Edyth orange On either side of Frederick Hammond re the fireplace at the far end were turned to Milwaukee after spend Ni lieve us he makes plenty of them the linotype operator or proof reader is virtually certain to catch it and make the correc It has been a generation j were of since we got an error past meltedgreenish color linotvne onerator and innnorl hv busy at the studio for an hours sun each day otherwise it was palid except at the days when his dark beard showed his His eyes iggeai two packed On the ing a week with her Nic lad a Wall facing the south window i i modthree grotesque Mexican masks of and Thomas Hamilton tin stared There were two j and daughter and Tom linotype operator and proof j edged by topped by 1 black His ears had a pc The difficulty arises when attraction for linotype prool reader They were neat and pointsd and and makeup man happen to showed at close range a fumble on a single line of type n 9 times out of they are i on a njrsute like the bloom in process of correcting and such an effort at correcting is likely to create not one but two But who causes the most trouble when are errors j different Now I Ours arises at home when the j more than a pretty face 1 a They dined at Chasens Albert was at home with its A few years he I might quite want with have wanted to marry 5 ol IbvTs a l injiut headof the house begins lambast1 nothing behind I want an in inc us for a couple of She lelligent woman with thinks the paper ought to be percan talk Maybe thats what happened in whom I a laiA aiiu vyut i It said very He shook his smiling a lit un siarea wuic iwu more of these in the dining and Lynn Victoria had made few changesalledon and since buying the house and its I WoelfTer not try to be or arrest or anything but She still liked Albert did Victoria refused to rent the were Jn ivluajsull large Brentwood place he Robin Nic pointing out that a larger house Freitag returned home from ployed at a drug and Albert Donald Knobel and th and Emily Jordan inG could not possibly be cared for by Hazel while the employ ment prcfblem would make the hiring of another servant impossi And she didnt want where they ac companied Rufus after a weeks visit Edwin Spent the weekend with his par another She had for and Herman Klas eral years enjoyed the comfort able arrangement of being cared for by who knew all her little she did not want to To Be Continued There are T6 miles of cojc ridors in the Pentagon Try Times Want AUCTION A complete closing out sale by Lyle Ross on the place known as the Henry Vingcr Located on the Lament and Fayette road 1 mile north of Lamant and 4 miles southeast of From 9 miles cast on State Highway 81 to Lament and 1 mile From 8 miles west on State Hisli way 81 to Lament and 1 mile FEBRUARY 15 Commencing at Oclock Lunch stand on 45 HEAD LIVESTOCK 31 HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN milch 3 to 7 years close springers D first calf twoyearold to freshen the last of April and first of May 5 yearling heifer This herd haspassed the test without even a sus 3 HORSES Blue roan 6 years about 15CO Black 5 years about 1500 This makes a ujnderfui They are absolutely sound in every respect and will work Also a good cattle 11 excellent Durou brood sows to farrow the latter part of One purebred Duroc stack good Vicland oats 250 good dry corn 35 tons good clover and timothy hay in barn 300 bales of very good threshed HOUSEHOLD heavy kitchen chairs a beau tiful dining room set rocking chair bedroom dresser childs 30x54 inches Nesco 5burner oil stove with builtin oven Congolcum practically 100 NEW HAMPSHIRE PULLETS These beautiful pullets arc laying good We arc also selling a good Cattle Dog three years FARM practically new all tight bottom hay loader 4bar tractor rake horsedrawn type hay mower Oliver tandem disc McCormickDeerihg field cultivator McCormick Deering corn planter with fertilizer and bean attachments Dun ham culUnackcr Lindsay 4section harrow with tractor hitch John Deere corn binder with conveyor bundle carrier Deering grain with 2 new canvasses John Deere manure spreader Iloosier grain seeder Jayhawk buck rake and stacker Eagle silo filler lawn mower cut type with 40 feet of pipe and an extra set of knives Wagon on rubber with a 2x7x14 tight box wagon on steel with grain bax bob sled wagon on steel with hay rack good 16inch walking plow fanning mill corn FARM EQUIPMENT McCormickDeering milking pump and used only 9 months 2 DeLaval double with extra pail 9 10gallon milk cans pails and strainer 2 milk house solution racks set of handmade 1A inch workharness good stock saddle 2 new adjustable horse collars 13bushel self hog feeder 3 hog troughs electric fenqe controller 3barrel tank with water heater Hudson oil burning tank heater house James Way brooder stove several metal chick enfeeders unit of 14 hen nests silage cart roll snow fence 2 grapple forks harpoon fork 8in rubber belt large parcel post pair dual truck chains hay forks manure forks shovels axe crosscut saw maul wedges and many too numerous to men All of this equipment is in good sums of and Over that credit extended to buyer on liberal with 4 down in six monthly payments at 3 per Longer terms to suit your con venience for the AH property must be settled for before the buyer leaves the farm on the day of LYLE Owner I am quitting and going into business at so every item listed herepn will be sold to the highest bidder on the day of i Southern Wisconsin Sale Management Finance Bert Homer For next ifarni Call Curry or Southern Sale Management and Finance They are 100 of and the low prices of and should entice you to buy sev One of the new sweaters has the new type which enables you to wear it with or without a Women Its a pleasure to shop the DIXIE A friend of mine was about to drive his wife to where the temperature hits about 100 in the shade most oE the I Arent you afraid the climate might disagree with your wife My friend looked at me and It wouldnt THE COLD ancl snowy weather is just about finish the fashionminded women of Monroe must be thinking of new spring dresses and For the past eight years in Monroe its LEES Fea turing nationally known ancl advertised women ap For the high school girl up to her Grand mother A icw name you have seen in Mademoiselle and last but not least Seventeen are Jaunty Doris Dodson and many Prices are lower in by actual proof Its LEES in The little boy had been sitting in the theater for quite a while ancl sniffling A middleaged woman sitting next to him remarked Little do you have a handkerchief replied the child but I never lend it to NOW ON display at the LEADER new spring jumper suits for sleeveless jackets with matching or contrasting sizes 3 to pastel colors and fine tailored to Youve seen them ancl admired now you can own one Eisenhower jacket pre ticketed at to We also have a few blouses for the sizes 1 to 14 THE LEADER SO MUCH TO I have so many things to do Before I call it quits That there are times when life becomes A chal lenge to my wits I to finish every task I evor have Because I do not want to leave The smallest thing undone There are the friends that need my Although they do not ask And there are other folks for whom I could perform a task And then there is my family That means so much to me And must be given love and care And helped financially And so my hands are really filled With things I have to do And I just hope I have the time Ancl strength to sec them LAST week 1 mentioned ice skating ancl shoes to be re well Im going to be different this going to mention that THE TREAD RIGHT SHOE RE PAIR SHOP is just the place to get your favorite pair of shoes or slippers repaired and they also do a bang up job of sharpening ice The cost is the service it is a good idea to have your shoes shiiied with Smittys Electric shod they have a couple fine boys that work for Smitty that will really take good care of Drop KEEP SMILING The world is like mirror Reflecting what you do Ancl if your face is smiling It smiles right back at till next week   

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