Mrs A. Vonderhaar owned a millinery shop in Pierz. I read the second to last line that she was prepared to furnish every bling.... ☺ C'mon, it's late.
Looks like the (cleverly named) Digesto was a by-product of the beer making process. Taking it while on an ocean liner was even better than just swilling it in your kitchen.
I love the idea of "Litke's Bowery" in Genola--"Good Music and Cheap Dancing". It sounds so romantic, doncha think?
"Hitch a Mogul Jr. to Your Heavy Housework"
I wonder how many local women actually DID dream of a "simple little engine that was easy to handle on many jobs"? It was the proper engine for the housewife, after all.
I'd be curious to know how many Mogul Jr's
Joseph Grell sold?
Nelson, the photographer who took so many of our family pics in those years.
BTW, I found a short blurb that advertised Confirmation pics at $2.50 a dozen. That would have been expensive, I think.