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L " TWELVE i i TI * _,, : " I who also directed such comedy t The 00,ffkT, rTL'0000thits as "out of This World," IVl  W" lJAA_] "Duffy's Tavern" and "The Stork , -  .......... Club." A number of new songs, writ- Fday and satalay 'BUD ABBOTT AND LOU COS- ten by Johnny Burke and James TELLO IN HOLLYWOOD" Van Heusen, are sung by the three "Rags" Ragland appears in a stars. specialty role in Metro-Goldwyn- Mayor's "Bud Abbott and Lou Wednesday, Augus! 7 " i i "THREE IN A SADDLE" Costello m Hollywood, wh ch s  . .. ._  to be shown at the Rex Theatre , incltpdeJl'ex hitter, Dave iAa- and Saturda', , O men, GuyWmcerson, J.orrame  '5 "  -omed-- Ra-ldmd Miller, Charlds' King, Jr, Edward n me musmm c y g j portrays a customer in a barber,Hward, Edward Cassidy, Bud  ....... + -" '*'^+ find usDorne anct omers. Costel]o and in an hilarious rou-I, Plt: Tex R1tter and Day tine is given a shave and hair-(U. rmnset ou Io clean.up a g g cut which almost removes his o l crooks who are putting over a o . ,,ll c his hir snacty lancl nell on me rflncn is. "rance's'tafer'ty-'a'ni Robert!At the same time, they break up Stanton are featured in the pic-a phoney stage coach franchise, ture, which was directed by S. and round up the outlaws. Sylvan Simon and produced by (Second Feature) Martin Gosch. "DONNY BOY" The cast of "Donny Boy," PRC's stirring hit to be shown at the Rex Theatre in a double fea- ture is mde up of a group of fascinatin  individuals. Featured in the picture are young "Buzzy" Henry who is a,ma.ter at acting with animals, alul  Lewis, who sed to be a q ge professor and lovely Sybil erritt, tlie talent- ed young actress who picked a lucky number for success. Children sleep the soundest and rest best duing the early hours of the night; say child de- velopment specialists. THE WOONSOCKET NEWS--WOONSOCKET, S. D. Sunday and Monday Matin Sunday at 2:30 "ROAD TO UTOPIA" "Road to Utopia," fourth in the series of "Road" pictures produc- ed by Paramount, will be shown at the Rex Theatre Sunday and Monday with a matinee Sunday afternoon at 2:30, with Bing Cros- by, Bob Hope and Dorothy La- mour sharing stellar billing. The picture is, according to all reports, a hilarious record of the trio's gold-digging safari north- ward. A Paul Jones production, it was directed by Hal Walker, e HOME ECONOMICS (Continued from page 8) after processing. Inverting jars may be the direct cause of many sealing failures. Place jars on several thicknesses of cloth or newspaper away from jars. They should not be too close together and should never be covered while cooling. After a week or ten days ex- amine the jars carefully to detect spoilage. Store jars upright in a cool, dark, dry pldce. Jars should be given a minimum of careful handling, says Miss Wilson. / WOONSOCKET TOWNSMAN (Continued from page 1) sidelines were jammed for the full thirty blocks. One of the popular places for the sightseers was the Empire State Buildings, 102 stories high. It towers above all other build- ings in this city of skyscrapers, and is also the highest building in the world. From the top of the Empire State Building, on a clear day, one can see the water all around the island of Manhatten, which is entirely covered by New York City. A ride around the is- land, a distance of forty miles, \\; This August you have here the greatest collection of truly fme custom-built fur coah in South Dakota to 00oo00e Every coat has that spanking, new, shows dozens of places of inter- est to the tourist. A trip up the Hudson river shows many places which are well-known and of great intdl'-, est. One of these places is West Point, which Volney Warner at- tends. This is a 150-mile trip on a magnificent steamer. And, when I took the trip, about 1500 to 2000 people took the trip. Many of them got off at Albany, the apitol of the state, and many went on up the river. Along this river is the factory of Smith Bros., the makers of cough drops. It is wonderful to see what a nickel will do---if there are enough of them, and Smith Bros. are repoIt- ed to be millionaires. Under the name of Smith Bros., they run a swank restaurant on the top of the Empire State Building. It is guessed that fifty-seven languages are spoken in this city. The negroes number several hun- tired thousand and reside largely" in Harlem. Each nationality has its Own section of the city. Many of the older Europeans keep to their old country customs. May of the foreigners cannot speak English at all. ---J. E. Whiting just-out-of-the-workroom look . . . you have the pick d the furs aud the styles .... and you just / "1  A Statement About Fur Prices Bv Biers- South Dakota's Largest Manufactur,n9: Furriers Showmanship contests h a v e been actded to the 4-H competi- tibn at the State Fair this year. i Way hack in Decemher we began buying enormous quantifies of cream-of-the, crop f00i,i00ins in preparation for August selling. O.P.A. or no'00, our low prices on the finest custom-built fur coa00,in South Dakota will absolutely not be raised as long as our ihuge supply of skins and finished garments las00. They are all the way from $000.00 to $200.00 below today's;prices. j WE GUARANTEEs:, ' to refund the difference in *' cash,:J[yvu can buy at ] any time during 1946, a fur eoa of ual qual- m ity, style and workmanship f0 le:anywhere. em m ii [ I i I I I . L._ ,00;00urner00 Fnest-Fuiun/S. V. !% ....... outh Dakota's THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, Miss Ledoris Forbes has taken a position in the Farm Security Classifie Office of Jerauld county, at Wessington Springs, starting Mon- day of this week. She recently heigned her position with the sietischlaw Motor Co. at Woon- socket. No doubt many people in Woon- socket noticed the four-motored plane which flew low over Woon- socket several times one day the early part of last week. Many wondered why such an unusual plane was flying over Woonsocket. The pilot in the plane was Jimmy Dunlap, former Woonsocket boy, trying to attract attention from home folks. He was enrout from Montana to Topeka, Kan. Social Notes Mrs. Walter Parker entertain- ed he Jolly Nine Club last Fri- day. afternoon. Nine members and one visitor were present. The afternoon was spent socially. At 5 o'clock the hostess served a delicious lunch. Mrs. Bess Worthen, of Mitchell, is to become the bride of Joe P. Michels, at Mitchell on AuSust 12. Mrs. Worthen will be remem- bered here in Woonsocket as Miss I Bess Rothlisberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rothlisberger, who were residents of Wodn- socket for many years. The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary will hold their annual picnic at Lake Prior on Sunday, August 4, at 6 P. M. Bring dishes and sand- wiches for your family and a cov- ered dish. Single men do not need to bring anything but them- selves. Miss Berneice Stakke and Mrs. Harry Stakke entertained a group of ladies last Friday evening at the former's home. A two-course dinner was served at 7 o'clock, which was followed by contract, played at five tables. Those winning prizes were Mrs. Ulrich,! high score, Mrs. Wm. Jamison, the consolation, and Mrs. Hoellwarth was presented with a guest prize. The News is notified this week of the marriage of Ellsworth L. Coleman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. V. Coleman, of Renton, Wash., to Mary Jane Meddelton, of Se- attle, on July 27, 1946. They will make their home in Seattle. Ellsworth received his discharge on December 22, having served three yars and four months in the Souh Pacic. Mrs. Leo Hice and Mrs. LeRoy Jorgensen entertained Tuesday coning at a past nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Leslie Kutil. Guests attending from out-of-town in- cluded Mrs. Frieda Labuda, Mrs. Hal Lucas, Miss Marlyn Cheney, and Miss Blanche Lucas, all of Huron, and Mrs. Art Kutil, of Lane. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Leslie Kutil and Miss Vir- ginia Gray. Lunch was served late in the evening by the hos- tesses. The honored guest re- ceived many lovely and useful gifts. At the Churches m The Methodist Church Wooneat (Rev. V. D. Morrison, Pastor) Sunday School at 10:00. Church Services at 11:00. Cuihbert Services at 9:30 A. M. You are cordially invited to at- tend all services. Bethany Lutheran Church, Woonsockat (A. G. Mathisen, Pastor) There will be no worship ser- vices during the month of August. Next service will be on Septem- ber 8th at 10 A. M. Ladies' Aid meets on Friday, August 9, in the church basement Foresibttrg Lutheran Church No worship services during August. Next service will be on September 8th at 11:30 A. M. Zion Emanuel Lutheran Church Lane, S. D. Sunday School at 7 P. M. Services at 8 P. M. A special meeting of the con- gregation will be held after ser- vices in regards to securing a pastor. ML Olive Evangelical Lutheran Church--Woonsocket (Rev. F. K. Kuegele) Services for Augusi August 4th, services at 9 A. M. with Holy Communion. No Sunday School daring Aug- ust. Ladies' Aid at the home f Mrs. Roy Hinker, August 8th at 2 P. M. Church services at 9 A. M.-- August 11, 18, and 25. Storla and  Ltttheran Church (O. M. Knudson, Pastor) Sunday School at 9:45 A. M. Luther League at Storla at 8 P.M. Part of Luther League Program for August 7th: Vocal selections by Eldoh Ho;J,la; topic, Lucille Johnson; vocal duet, by Marian and Ardis 3ensen: VOcal selections by Gladys-Brewik and Mrs, .-Ben rL. .-- i, , -Ldie's Aid at Trinity Wednes- August 7th, with hostesses Mrs. Levi Larson and Mrs. You Can Figure the Charges Yourself PER WORD, one issue .................. l/c SECOND INSERTION, same ad ............ lc ALL ADDITIONAL INSERTIONS .......... lc MINIMUM CHARGE, 1st insertion ........ 30c MINIMUM CHARGE, additional insertions 25c Unless cash accompanies order, add 5c addition al take care of bookkeeping and postage for invoice. It is easy to figure the cost of any Count the words and multiply by 1/ for first and lc per word for additional insertions. charge for one insertion 30c--additional insertions These rates are for cash with order. Count each initial or number as a word the name and address. Readers appreciate as to location, telephone numbers, etc. Good tions of items will bring better results. CLASSIFIED ADS WANTED WANTED: Will the FOR SALE left gasoline iron at mY please call.--W. J. McCoy, FOR SALE: Paint Sprayers and socket, S. D. Paint.--Collignon's. WANTED: Pair of FOR SALE: C, omplete bookkeep, size 10 or 10  .--Walter l at the Munro home, ing systems, for business or fOis" D. farm, at the Woonsoeket News ' 'WANTED" We do all FOR SALE: Pre-war rubber . .. " . . ........... pamxmg ano repmr wc nose, U I%., goofl conaluon; also}_,, ,  m electric fan--Mrs W E Brew- t  u ............ .... I SOCKeL  lJ ster, Woonsocket. (36-1p) " -" FOUND starting pressure gas stove, 4- burner, with built-in oven, in A-1 shape.--Peter Parquet, Woon- socket, S.D. (36-1c) FOR SALE: All telephone lines and phones connected with Woonsocket and Alpena, form- erly belonging to Victor Kilstrom and Rayvlle Company.--L. O'Neal, Fedora, S.D. (34-4p) FOR SALE: Pressure gas siove, 4-burners and oven; also white enameled kitchen cabinet, both in: excellent condition. Phone 90 or see L. E. Duncan, Woonsocket, I S.D. (36-1p) PHEASANT GUIDE BOOK: Con- taining a)l kinds of information for pheasant and goose hunters. Published by Bruce Cochran, of Plankinton, S. D. May be had at the News office at $1.00 each. (tfc FOR SALE: Electxic izons; elec- tric radios; electric washers; sanitary cots; hay ropes; block and tackle and rope; oil stove; small enamel cook stove; por- celain work table and stool; rocking Chairs; farm elevator, 32 foot long; hand feeders; fruit jars at 35c per doz. while they last; some mower repairs. -- McCoy Produce, Woonsocket, S. D. (36-tfc FOR SALE: Well improved 320- acre stock and grain farm, located south of Artesian, Sanborn coun- ty. 200 acres of level high-pro- ducing farm land, 90 acres of good native pasture, and 20 acres of native hay lands. Gravel high- way and mail route go past the farm. Good artesian well. Solid security fr owner-operator, or in- vestor.--A. D. Case & Co., 882 Northwestern Bank Bldg., Minne- apolis 2, Minn. (35-2c) FARM FOR SALE: Improved 200 acre farm; 110 acres under cul- tivation; 16 acres to alfalfa; soft water windmill; nice grove; 6- room house; big barn; 5 miles from Woonsocket; one-half mile from sclool; one mile from oiled Highway 37; 17 miles south of Huron; fenced and cross-fenced; March 1 possession, or earlier by arrangement; fine crops; $30.00 per acre; must be sold for cash to settle estate. Write or see E. B. Oddy, Administrator of And- erson Estate, Woonsocket, S. D., or see Emil Anderson who lives on the place 5 miles northeast of Woonsocket. (34-tfc) FOUND: Brass key. have same by calhng News office and paying this ad. TAKEN UP STRAYED: From my hogs Finder please Nelson, owner, Wanted ALL KINDS OF HAULING. DRAYING AND DELIVERY OF COAL : : : : : : PHONE 357 McCORD DR A Y Woonsockei, S. D. ,4 D. TAKEN UP: Three Owner can have same by property and paying Ira Johnson Woonsocket. HEADQUARTEI -- for Poultry and TRUAX INC. 723 Norih Rowley, Open Saturday until 9:00 ITCH Produce Market Gerleman WoonockeL S Heavy Hens Leghorn Hens Heavy Springs Leghorn Springs Old Cocks Eggs, case run Eggs, No. 1 Eggs, No. 2 Professional Dr. Robert A. Praetke Limited to ]Y.' Nose, Throat # Oral SurgerY Glasses 224-226-228 Over MITCHELL, S.I' Drs. Mabee & Eye, Ear, Nose and Spedalists GLASSES FITT 2nd Floor New Building Over T'e MITCHELL, " TSCHETrER And--" SAMARITAN Phone 767 -- HurOn, For the care of and Obsteirical Approved by State John S. Tschetter, M- Tschetter, M. D. -- J