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June 21 1928. THE ERA, S.D. "SPEND YOIYR MONEY IN YOUR HOME TOWN" (Continued from last week) The Russian officer again re- peated to us that they could do l nothing for us,. and that we would have to go back to Balte or city ofI Odessa, Ukrania. We then told him that the head officer at Balte, when we asked for our release there, told us that we did not have to go to Balte at all, and only straight to the city of Kieff for our release and Visa, so we took his word for it and came direct here to the city of Kieff, so the German counsel had quite a talk with the Russian offi- entered the place the officers had already taken their places, but when we came to ask for our ans- wer from Moscow they said there was no ar~swer yet, so we were told to come back at about 4 o'clock and they may have an answer then. A cold feeling came over us when there was no report from Moscow It was a matter of only about one and a half days before our passport would run out and no word from Moscow, as to what they would do for us in our circumstances. We walked down about four blodks to that Great Holy Church. From' there we could see those gol- den cupolas better than in the fore- noon. When we arrived there in front of the church we saw that it was an enormous structure with its great towers and golden cupolas. But to our surprise the doors were not open and so we could not enter the church and see the inside. But I of Huron arrived Monday for a I~ H U R L E Y '~ visit with her parents Mr and Mrs B R E M E R I , I I Wm. Rundell. I ~ ~,- CloG Thum has Been transferre~ Mr. and Mrs. Jens C. Hanson of] and has a promotion to the New Middle,on were afternoon callers at/ Will Guts and family spent Sun- Orleans Naval headquarters dl~- the Nels Smith home Friday. day at the Bowman home near trict. ']['he promotion carries a Dig Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christenson of Con,orville. raise in salary. Hm new work is m ]Viborg were visitors at D. Benson's 1MYs. Lesser Miller and Mrs. Bert tne commanaan~ department and on Sunday. Costain of De Lamere, N. D., are ne has an o~me with two civilian Soren Christensen improved the waiting at the Earl WEt and Sam clerks. Ted Andrews and wife were in Sioux Fails Wednesday. Mrs. H. A. Thompson and Mrs. Gertrude Welch were delegates from the local Rebekah lodge to the grand lodge at Sioux Falls this week A baby boy arrived at tl~e home of Atty. Rob. Fawell aSturday, June 16th. Mrs. Henry Hurd and Mrs. Chas. Hopwood were Parker visitors last Wednesday. Little Virginia Crary spent a few days in town visiting her grandma this week. There was a splendid attendance at the Acorn club meeting last Fri- day afternoon and it was decided to have a special meeting this week for quilting. The Faye Houlton family visite~ roads greatly by dragging them on Tuesday, Orville Nelson of Hurley is help- ing with farm work at Andy Nel- son's. Mrs. C. C. Rundell visited at Will Andrews on Thursday. Dewey Benson and Creo. Jensen were business callers at the A. W. Benson home on Thursday. Jolly Club was entertained by Mrs. Fred Stout at the Geo. Hann- aum home in Hurley on Tuesday. A good crowd was present. Quilting and visiting was enjoyed by all. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the after- noon. Mrs. Carl Paulson was in Yankton on Monday. I Mrs. Aria Shoen is visiting the home folks Rundell homes. The Henry Buse family spent Sunday at the Fred Begeman home. Mr. and Mrs. phil May, Elverda and Sylvia Muller were Sioux Falls wsitors Saturday. Harley Davis and family called at the C. H. Powell home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick C-erdes and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. John Gerdes.were Sunday visitors at the Ole Gerdes home. Raymond Wirt spent Tuesday with Delmar Eggleston. Jennings Wrage and family visit- ed at the Will Gors home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Phil May and Syl- via Muller spent Sunday at the G. Roberts home. Elsie Powell is spending a week at Canton with her grandmother, Mrs. Wilcox. High grade broom and dust pan ......... 93c Salad dressing, sandwich spread, pickles, goose- berries, strawberries Loganberries, choiec per can ................................. 25c All high grade chocolates, per lb .......... 35c Peanut Butter, per qt ................... cer and after the conversation they we looked it all over from the out- told us that they would wire to the side arid while looking over this head man at Moscow and get his large structure I was thinking: "So permission to allow our release and this is the Holy church. I still re- visa be made out at the city of Kleff as we had no more time to go back to Ukrania as our passport would have run out by that time So they told us that we could con~e back again about noon time, to get our answer. So we went from the head office to the large govern- ment bank as we were almost out of Russian money. It was quite a dls- tance from there. We had to go about fifteen blocks to get to the bank. It was a large building, about four stories high. When we entered the building we found this was a great center of the bank business al~d filled with people. We had a leader with us from the German counsel, who introduced us to the head man of the bank who slake broken English, and he called Us into his office and wanted to know a lot about America and about the bank business in our country. Then he also asked us what we thought about the present govern- men, in Russia. We told .him that we didn't think that the combina- tion system in Russia was as good as ours for the reason that you haven't any competition in trade. and let a man that works himseli ahead be the owner of what he makes. Of co~rse we would have been mighty glad to say a little more about it but we were afraid ~o do so. member when I was over in Russia in 1894 when I had so much trouble getting my passport, under the Czar's rule, without giving a tip at the police station of Odessa." I re- membered as well as if it were to- day, when I walked up that stair- way to the passport offie~ and saw about fifteen men laying around that stairway there and every time I went up for my passport I saw those same people lying there around there. When I came there the fourth time for my passport I asked those people what they were lying there for so long and these poor Russian people told me then that they had been waiting there for the last twelve days, waiting for their passports, as they wanted to go to the Holy city of Kieff by foot, on a pilgrimage, and they must have a passport for that, they said. But they said they had no money to give for tips so the officer always !told them to come tomorrow and how long they had to lay there afterwards is more than I can say, but I was only thinking what a big effect this Holy church had on these Russian people. They would stand almost any abuse just for the sake of getting there." It was really too bad that we could not get inside of it, but of course, under the present government these Pilgrimages will be stopped entirely, I believe. So at last he cashed a couple ~nall traveler's checks for us and ShOwed us around the bank Up on the ceiling on each side, there was m-hall cage and there was a sol- last week end in Ireton. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rundell and Mrs. Clara McClintock and four sons drove to Sisseton last Sunday where they were met by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson l~undell, who took the McClintock boys back with them to visit during the summer vacation. Mrs. Leslie Miller and son and Mrs. Kate Costain of De Lamare, N. D., arrived the first of the week to visit relatives and attend the Run- dell picnic. Mrs. Mary Perkins and Mrs. F. Stout entertained the west of town extension club at the G. M. Harm- um home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Rundell. Etta Thum, Mils. C. Snyder and Mrs. Chris Nelson'were invited guests. Mrs. Wooldige of Rock Valley, Ia., Miss Houlton of Ireton. Iowa. and Mrs. Ruth So,ok of Lesterville, N. D. sisters of Faye Houlton visited here Tuesday. The Stoddard families enjoyed a picnic in the park last Sunday eve- ning. S. W. Kellar is in Sioux Falls this week painting. He was accomuanied by his granddaughter, who will visit with relatives. Theaannual grandmothers party by th~ Rebekah lodge will be held June 28th. Fred Stout is driving a new Whip- On a time a pale student from Ga. stores run by outsiders, but I was Was pinched for being a fa. told by two or three ~f them that ~Sald the Judge with a smile: because of the enormously high tax Young man for a While the outsider has to pay, every store Free of charge we are going to ha." will soon belong to the government: It was almost noon when we went The Fourth of July is almost into a big restaurant right in the here, and all over the country pre- senter of town. When we entered parations are being made. Father the place we found the restaurant is busy purchasing fireworks for pretty well filled up. It was also a the Great Day, while mother is hur- government restaurant and had big riedly replenishing the family me- long tables in the large room and dictne chest! benches on each side and on each Mr. and Mrs. Ole Gerdes and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. John Gerdes and Etta Gerdes spent Sun- day evening at the Ed Wilson home. The John Wolf, Harley Eggles- ton and Sam Rundell families were Sunday visitors at the Earl Wirt home. The Mesdames Orwl Farrar, Sam Rundell, Earl Wirt, Lesser Miller and Bert Costain were Sioux Falls visitors Tuesday. pet car. Mrs. H. J. Swartz and children of Miles City, Mont., who have been visiting relatives here departed last Monday for their home. Everyone is enjoying the good weather since the previous rain on Saturday. The first crop of alfalfa hay in this vicinity was finished last week. From there we went down to the Mr. and Mrs. Nels Smith were Union station and got all the infor- visitorswith friends near Freeman . on ~un~ay. marion about the trains going out Mr Walter Benson is in Sioux and what time our train would Falls'hospital taking treatmens. His leave for the Russian frontier so daughter. Pearl is staying there A product thab ~3 worth while is worth advertising.--The Woodpeck- er. Advertising changed the status of the once lowly prune.--The Wood- pecker. i'. "Miss Universe" "Is this the weather bureau?" "Yes, sir." "How about a shower tonight?" "It's all right with me. Take it if need ft." Those wishing currents for jelly, leave orders now as we will have a limited amount this sea- son. We Deliver. Phone 79 Myrtle Baily, Prop. Parker, S. D. TO SPECIAL flARGAIN$ READ OUR diet in each of these cages with a when we would leave we would with him. 1 Mr. Ernie Perryman was in Sioux Parker, So. Dak. gun in his hand looking down into have all information needed. The Falls one day last week. the bank department and ready to next thing now was to get our pass- Mrs. Thus. Davis visited friends shoot at any time port in shape before it was too late. in Centerville recently. ~ +*,~,, ,~+ " *~, ......... + From there we went b~-k to the Mrs. Henry Wedell w-as a caller at "'~ ..............~ ........... " ~ It the John Plath Jr. home on Wed- bank and when we turned into the Russmn government building, nesday ......... i ~.tblt~k ~eC~UlmdSe=a~u~&::: :~;:?:lYe:hetim~h:et :f~[c:: ihd ~iMl~:l~h~;~elv(aI~ad?:Ip~dmewi~h G' aM~ji:toC~'i'~eg~aapCaMU;se~e~ ~n~tl~: I, WhiCh is supposed to be almost theitime was not quite up. Mrsy E H ~ickum and children ....... ' ., gentof Pulchri- Ill . . . tuu~, ann was selecteo lrom a oaz- r I! best in Russia But we were kind of [ nCenUnued Next Week) " ' ,sling array of national and inter- Ill handicapped that forenoon in wait- [ ' . .Student: "And. poor Ha,try was ] national bem~ue$ as the "BeautF II L... t~ eoa ~,hot on~we~- ~,~ wouldl ...... Kllle(l oy a revolving crane, f3ueen ,f .1.~ TTm.....~.', O H ..... 4, Englishwoman. My wo d. Wha .et.r0m Mosoow about our fierce bir you have in eriea', ...... !fl port. But we really should have{~i,_ ...................... 4~ .... gone in to sere it, as no doubt there] Mr and Mrs. Willie Sorenson* _ li| ' tSa 10t there that would have been~e~ ~oieC~YoneV~n~ee~ guests at the __ -- ~ A "~ TT'~ "~T/"~W T'I'~ |i [|] e m I . . ] Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nelson.were! ~ ~AVl-~J IUUJ~ ~ __ I ~[] very interesting to we Americans ". The weather was no~ so ex~remetY[Sunday guests of Theo. Jenson and :[ ~ "1"~"~"~'~"IL"f'Ir"i"qk~"~l ~ | Ill cold like early in the morning or/family. I ~ L~ I J" I~k I ~ I l IJ'~ ~w~k~ / Ill the day before, and the streets were;w~.l~i~' .'~h,AliceWil1~sS~,~ vi~ting I xJ~ N L N ll O I 41/ well filled with people toward~ noon.[ti~i's" wee'k.~ ............... | ~ , l Ill The Great Russians were seen/ Mr and Mrs. Jens Peterson and ]]1 m~etly, also some of the small Rus* ifanp pleYOf Vibl~rgm:eroenViS~r.s at the II In~I 1'~ It " ~ ~P~/F-~ /11 rso o eve liana. There is a whole lot of dlf-/ ng "tl lllilllllll$1/ Jl "l P. F Ill terence between these two types Ot/ ~: and Mrs Roy Lakings and ~llll~ I| i A g Illt~ fll[(~.)]({)r,}~((~ ill Russians. The big Russians are]famil"y were Sunda~i evening visit- t~t~]llll~]| || [ ,. n. ~~ ,, Come into our store and ask this ,.,,, ,~n ,-,on and also the wo./ors atthe wm. Wllllamson home. ml~lBlllll[lNW/ 11 I ~$ ~'~' 4H21~lqttmNl~lFl~wm~t~tu~t}tq /H "~''~' ~" .... " "-- '" r hand / Mr. and Mrs, Max Farrar attend- IIIIIB,tY'~,A~,III H~I/ 1 1 I "~J~" Ill[ fill ~ ~,1 !11 to men are large un me ome . . led the peony wedding at Yankton H|I~,~'~'~I~| || | *[ID'~'~IIW[[['~'o'~'~ ~ '"nue ,,on, man man: Why should the small Russians are much on S~inday. : f.~ smaller ~ple. I have noticed hat/_ b~thday party was the [H'~l[ I| 1; ~~~ li I buy your tire? You won't need to hea Jo n Dwyer. home on weanesaay r ' , the Great Russians all wear VY]evenin in hoflor of Mrs Hans l.~,r- |{~l~l[~/ | |r [ " ~,rll~}r'- ~.~A~:~ ill I~heepskin coats as do the women|son" ~Vl~a~y guests were i3resent and ~ ~'t~i [| ! ~ll-~ fl| ~_g'f'm. fl ask another als0, and felt boots, a good time is. reported by those ~]i ] ! I ~3 ~r~h IIIl-,~M~ ~ tl The clothes worn by the ~plelPr.esen~. . ....... ~] 11 [ .~ ~ ~'- ~ifl~~- ~ ill r i a ,dr. ana 1~. Alxrea ~oLm ana were more~r less common, odn ry dau-hter Bernice were at Yankton ~ || ~ ~ ~~l~c_.:~ II All we want, whether you buy or not, clothes and nearly all alike. Sunny ~x~ attend the peony wed- ~.~j~[ ][(~4~ ~,~ [~)~ --~k/~ II :Besides the Great and Small Rus- dL~g". ~ ||( ~l~, ~1~ ~:=_~ ~===~rl III is an oppo.rtunity to explain why the ....... ~'-o found some PolishI .vern~ Oison of Sioux Falis visit- lllll ILL: ~l~l --~'~, ~ ,/ ~,, ~ IH d the as, week with Ern~ Han people and a few Greeks and som [son at ~ Lake - i~! [' 't ~ ~,/~ " 11)7 S=~~' " Goodyear ~s called the Worlds great- Oerrasns Turks you would only see Mr and ms ~lle Farrar were ~k~l J~:~~/~ /~'~/ .~ ~ Ill --,, ,,, o ,,hi,, This was too far'Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs ' - est tire ee try Farra home in Hurle . tmrth for the Turks, while you s 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn An~3~rson of many Turks in South RUSsia, but]viborg ~he ~... Willla~onl very few in the North, as they are[hoj~e ~l~leO~rO~y eyemng. . - i ~ w~||[[g~ [~ [I.. ~ H [I [[I~ ,~' I il~[~ Ill |ii a warraer dimate o m l"alra ~ ao. some pmm~- --"-~.-~, . |.~]_~ s?:m::i :fwh Used to ing work at the J. A. Sherard home. - il After walking three or four blocks _ o..ord o --ol . l, y: farther, we saw way off the t~omenlattended the peony wedding at]4 .-" - ......... c, Ill TOWers and Cupolas of the Great|~an~ton on SU~aday_ ....... ~a~ ~ _~ 0~ tv/th, comb Pineapple ssle~t .t'zace nee. sn e~,|lI ~^~,, ~,,,.~ ~,a we wanted to seei .mrs. t~ym.~nvo.r~o~ n.urmy, v~j~- $oo~ ~o~'ll be a mt//tom~, of pineappte on a ouverea un anaA|ll ?:~-- y----y': -.-- _ _ .. lea a~ ~ne home 9t her parents Mr -- -- s,~rinkle each with few grains otHII TAIls cnurcn out we naa quake a ways and Mrs J A sher~rd on Monda " - " [ ..... "~" ~';-'-=':n --me to ....... Y" ~ HIS modern version of Ben- salt Add one tablespoon water 'Gill[ 1 Y " . Supertwist, which means fewer to go ye~. rxarma J~u ~ vmz~ over .... , "" it, ................. ]Sundae eve~ With his sister 'l ]amsn Franklms admomuons whites of two eggs, beat very st ,HII Its sturd carca The center par~ oz ~saen m a verY|~r-~'-~o,~h^~+"~.~'~" ' ,J~ ]S one that the housewife of then beat in four tablespoons~[[[ a fabric failures and less tire changes on the road. I tee city and had some buildings Mrs re- today heeds. For he knows that sugar. Heap in center of pine;' [[[ high as six or seven stories. Bu~, ot _turned to-her home in Indiana on ~he, who spends the household's apple. Bake in a slow oven (300 ilil Its new design of tread gives the best traction and car control course, all these buildings were tak- ~onaay a~ter an extended stay money, must also save it. She is I~.) for twenty minutes or. unti!l]iI ~ ever afforded by an automobde t~re. over by the g~vernment and the ...... the saver of the family (if not the delicately brown. ~ms wnt cos.H, government owns every building in SaVor as her forebears thoujght), approximately tWenty-two cents. _~ Its tenacious ability to grip the road gives the greatest pus- the city. There are still quite a few ~conomy ,n too ,s one o.,ne v sible degree of safety. CabbagsandPlneappleSalad: Uix Increased area of road contact and added All-Weather one cup crushed pineapple, two, cups shredded cabbage, one-l~alf teaspoon salt, one-elghth teaspoon pepper, and salad dressing. Dec~ orate each serving with. a bit of crushed pineapple sprinkled with paprika. Cost seventeen cents. Carrot ~a/a~: Grate two raw ear< rots, or run them through the food chopper. Add one cup crushed Hawaiian pineapple, ,and one-hal[i The big onion area of Northern Indiana held a special g~fla Onion ~y. Must have been l~'omoted by ~chie~ m~nufacturer~l most efficient ways fo conserve the pennies. Among the foo~s which i:an be bought at moderate prices, ~f chosen with a due regard to lo- ~al markets, are both salads and ~tesserts. ~, Low Prlc ! but Polmlm" For a family of five, two adults and three children, it is estimated ~hat tSe following dishes can be Inade at costs ranglng from six- ~eonto twenty-six cents. Of course ki:~e prices will vary according to localities, but, whether you live in a high or'a low priced territory, these will still be economical foods. And what is more, they will be popular with your family. ~neapple WMp: Beat three egg whites untiL.stiff and gradually add one-half cup sugar. Fold in one cup crushed Hawaiian pineapple from which all the syrup has been Jrained., Pour into a greased bak- lug dish and bake in a slow oven twenty-five ~o thirty minutes or ntil puffed and slightly browned. ~.rve either hot or cold. About -~.,~ cent. blocks insure slow, even tread wear and greater satisfaction to the user. Quietness and smooth running are also made certain by the new design of tread. This new Goodyear is admittedly the World's Most Beautiful Tire. table there were four large plates of rye or barley bread, mostly rye, ]P~ch plate had bread about a foot high en it, and as Soon as, yOU sat down ~t the table t~tey would brl~, you vegetable soup. They a~o some wine there to serve, and ,eli The prices were. very reasohab~ and the vegetable soup, what the~ ~11 "Borst," was very good. We watched the clock very closely at the restaurant. ~nich room was fairly warm. and when the clock struck we left at once for the large government building, and when we cup roasted peanuts, ~ Moisten with mayonnaise and serve On tuce leaves. Twenty-six cents. Shamroc~ ~ata~: Cut the i end off two small green pepperm and remove seedS. Cut the peppers into fifteen rings and place three rings in the fo~of a shamrock on lettuce arrayed on individual plates. Heap t~ centers of the rings with well drained crushed Hawaiian .pineapple, and in the middle, where rings come together, put a spoonful of mayonnaise Sprinkle with paprika. Twent:~ SiX ccnt.~. -" The best proof of all this is the tire itself. Come in today and ~e this masterpiece, the Goodyear All-Weather Banoon. R won't be long before the girl WhO used to wear strong shoes in ~m~ler to walk back safely from tmtomobile rides will have to pro- vide herself with a good, .reliable parachute. PARKER, S. D. "I like cheerfulness. I admire any one who sings at his work." "How you must like a mosquttor'