Wisconsin Rapids Credit Bureau by ps94506


									Page Sit                                                                                                                                                           Rapids Daily Tritram                                                                                                                Wednesday, May 31, 1944.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Miss Alice Olson                                                                               Personals                                                             Vocational School                                  PORT                            Pilot.
                                           Social Calendar                                                                          NEKOOSA                          Holds Picnic At
Becomes Bride of                                        TO-VJGHTS EVEXTS
                                             B l d - l t Club, .Mrs. Krvlu Hnfcrroann.               Pvt. Arthur M. Jung, -who is sta-
                                                                                                                                                         SOCIAL ITEMS                                                 EDWARDS                                     Ladies' Aid—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     At 3 p. TO. on Thursday, the          THE SITUATION: Your teen-,
Hugh W. Qoggins                           T p.v ni.
                                             W . N, C, Ctnl), Mrs. Steve I'cusyn-
                                          ski. 8 jj. m.
                                                                                                 tioned at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.,
                                                                                                 came home for the week-end to visit
                                                                                                                                                            PERSONALSLake WaZeeCha                                             SOCIAL — PERSONALS Ladies' Aid will meet at the Com- age daughter is giving an evening
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  munity church. All members are re- party.
                                    4        Loyal Helper". Mrst ICnffUsh Luth-                                                                         MRS. TOM MILKEY                                                             MRS, FRANK BEGG
                                          er»n, nt i-hurtli. S p. in.                            his parents and family, arriving                                                                                                                                 quested to be present, since this is     WRONG-WAV: Stay in the living
    At a simple ritual in the Imma-          \V. E. null, jMistimiM'tl one iwk,                                                                      Tel«|th»n* 147-M, NekooM            About 100 vocational students and      T«leph«M 89, Port                 the annual business session. Mrs. K. room all evening to act as chaper-
                                             !•'. L. t'htt), .Mr.*. Ilk-luiril Buck'lle,         here Saturday evening and leaving                                                    faculty are picnicking this after-
iroel Lutheran parsonage at 10            S p. m.                                                Monday to return.                                                                    noon at Lake Wazeecha. A num-                                               0. Rawson and Mrs. D. A. Whit- on.
o'clock this morning, Hugh W. Gog-           SHiiifskopf Tournament, Odd Fcl-                                                                                                                                               Thimble Club-                         more will be the hostesses.               RIGHT WAY: Stay at home, but
                                                    ball. S |>. in.                                  Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stashek and Plasma Bits—                                       ber of sports events have been care-
gins, district attorney, and Miss                                                                children Edith Ann and Michael                                                                                                On Monday evening, Mrs. Jack                      * » *                  retire to your own room, or other.
                                                        liniSDAVS KVKNTS                                                                          The next blood plasma bus sche- fully planned, among which are tug-
Alice Olson were united in marriage                      KflplUt Gi'iieral Alii. llrs.          spent Sunday and Monday at duled to go from Nekoosa to Mil- of-war, sack race, potato race, re- Smolarek enetertained members of Sunday School Notice—                                                  wise make yourself Inconspicuous.
1» the Rev. Ernst G. Kuechle.             Alia Staple*. '-' )), m.                               Marshfietd, going to attend the f*m- waukee will leave on the morning of lays and a Softball game, followed the Thimble club at her home. The                       Children of the junior and pri- (You should be at home, but you
   "Mr. and Mrs, \\'. Fred Bushnel]         .Initiate I'hifi. Mr*. IVn-A' Ki'uip-                                                                                                                                           time was spent socially and at mary departments of the commun- wil cramp the style of the teen-
                                          [iTt 7:1-' )i, m.                                     eral of the lattcr's uncle, Phiiip 11. Thursday, June 8, returning the by a dance in the lodge.
were attendants to the couple, and           Una >' ,1111:1 ( ' l u l l , postponed for l\vo     Adler, 44, of Chicago, who died sud- same evening. Anyone wishing to                                                       needlework. Mrs. Herman Osberg ity church Sunday school are to be agers if you stay in the same room
the ceremony was witnessed by the                Trillin M..r.nian Willing                      denly May 24 following a heart at- become a donor is asked to call Mrs.                  The group will assemble at 5:30 gave a humorous reading. At a con- at the church at 4 p. m. on Thurs- with them all evening.)
immediate family and relatives.               !>i'-1|»!iii-<l t<-r IJIH- ttft'k,                tack. Funeral services were held F. W. Voss, Nekoosa 17.                              o'clock for a very delicious picnic test arranged by the hostess, Mrs. day for rehearsal of the Children's
    Mr. and Mrs. Goggins will leave                              hih. .Mi>. J»hn                                                                               * » *                                                                                                                                        THE SITUATION: You have a
                                                     m,                                          Monday with burial in the Marsh-                                                     lunch that has been prepared by the Tony Seebruck won the prize. Lunch day program. » * *
on a short wedding trip today, and                                                               field cemetery. The deceased was Woodmen Circle-                                     homemaking department.                was served and the hostess was pre-                                         caller with a small child, who
                                                            I'KIOAVS KVKMi*
plan to return to the city on Satur-                                                            a brother of M, E. Adler of Marsh-                On Thursday evening, the Wood-                                            sented with a gift in honor of her Avaloti Club—                             seems bent on getting hold of one
day.                                          Mr-, Ada Sninnrr, S p m.                           field, where he formerly resided.             men Circle will meet at the home          This morning at 10:45 o'clock an birthday anniversary.                      Members of the Avalon club will of your breakable, prize posses-
                                                                                                     Miss Dorothy Holberg, who had of Mrs. Erma Musch. All members assembly was held of all students,                                      * * *                  be entertained this evening at the sions.
                                                                                                                                                                                      at which time honor awards were The "Esgs" Club-                            Zieman home with Mrs. Joseph              WRONG WAY: Pretend not to
                                           Mr=. 0;=<-ar Johnson, 740 Dewey spent a week here with her grand- are urged to attend. *                                                   presented in behalf of the board of                                                                                notice what he is doing, hoping that
Society                                   street, on Sunday for a 6 o'clock                      parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoi-
                                            >uffet ?uppcr in honor of the confir- berg, left Tuesday night for Mil- Owl's Club-
                                                                                                 waukee to spend the week-end be-                 Mrs.
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                                                                                                                                                          John Buchler sr. will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Girls of the eighth grade of the Arendt as hostess.
                                                                                                                                                                                      vocational and adult education by John Edwards school who have held
                                                                                                                                                                                      Director W. A. Sprise. These awards regular meetings under the name of         Miss Doris Moulton returned to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         his mother will stop him in tim*.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            RIGHT WAY: Say to tho child,
                                          mation of their daughter, Shirley                                                                                                           were given to students who have the "Eggs" club this year, invited a Minneapolis on Tuesday after spend- "You want something to play with,
 Engagement Announcer-                     Ann, at the First Kitghsh Lutheran fore returning to her home in Cin- hostess to the Owl's club on Thurs- been neither absent nor tardy the few of the boys of the class to join                                                                              don't you?" Then get him* some-
    Announcement is made by Mr. and church last Friday evening. An at- cinnati, Ohio, on Sunday.                                               day evening at 7 o'clock at her                                                                                    ing the week-end at the home of
 Mrs. L. A. Clark of Stevens Point ractive confirmation cake centered                                Ray Hofschild, a patient at the home.                                            past year. Honor awanls were pre- them in a party at the Pascoe home her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frankthing else and put the prized ob-
                                                                                                                                                                                      sented to William Menehan, Elaine on Monday evening. Barbara Pascoe Moulton,                                       ject out of his reach.
 of the engagement of their daughter, the table. Shirley Ann received Wisconsin General hospital in Madi-
 Virginia Lou to Aviation Cadet Don- nany sdflP and a jiursc of money. ' son the past three months, has re-                                       Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tomsyck and      Arndt, Violet Krviger, Loretta Pan- and Marget Hofschild were the hos-
                                                                                                                                                                                      zer and Lorraine Panzer.              tesses. A nature treasure hunt, cro-     Mrs. Arthur Stensberg and Mr?, BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
 ald M. Colby, son of Mrs. L. C. Rum-                 sts uc-rc the Rev. and Mis. Al-1 turned home. However, he will be ' children of Milwaukee, who had                                 In addition, 15 certificates of quet, tin can alley and dancing pro- Robert Bell spent Memorial day in             Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Ketchum,
 Key of this city.                         bert Hemming and family, Mrs. confined another two months and spent the week-end and Memorial
    Miss Clark is employed by the Then. Thoreii, Mr. ami Mrs. Pete will then return to the hospital for day at the homes of Mrs. Tom Mil- completion were presented to part- vided the evening's fun. Refresh- Madison with Corp. Arthur Stens- city, announce the birth of a son
 Hardware Mutual Insurance com- Kngwall. Mr. and Mrs. William a check-up. Mr, Hofschiid was key and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hend- time students who have met all local ments were served. *                                                     * *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  berg who is stationed there.           on Tuesday, May 30, at Riverview
 pany in Stevens Point.                     Benlx, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg                      struck by a fulling tree last Feb- rick?, also visited at Wisconsin Rap- part-time attendance requirements                                                          Miss Hester Lafler and Roger
    Cadet Colby was graduated from and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ruary, receiving a fractured shoul- ids with Mr, and Mrs. Alex Tom- as well as state requirements. The Celebrates Birthday-                                                                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helke,
 the University of Wisconsin, where                                                              der, several fractured ribs, a frac- syck and family and Mr. and Mrs. students who have become 18 years                       Camilla Smith celebrated her Nelson spent Sunday at the home Route 1, city, announce the birth of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   of the latter's parents, Mr. and a daughter at Riverview hospital,.•
                                                    . Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Worlund                                                                                                      of age and were eligible for these 10th birthday on Monday by enter-
 he became affiliated with Tbeta and Twyla, Mr?. B. E. Worlund and tured leg and internal injuries.                                            Nick Tomsyck.                                                                                                       Mr?. Emil Nelson at Wisconsin on Tuesday, May 30.
 Delta Chi and Alpha Delta Sigma 'amily, Mrs. fttpve Levendoski, Mrs.                                Mrs. Ellsworth Back and son                  Mr. ami Mrs. Val Zieman of Port certificates are; C o n s t a n c e G. tainin^ some of her girl friends at Dells.
 fraternities. At present he is at an Julia Konkol, Mr, and Mrs. Val Gary and Hiis« Cemelia Anderson Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Roman                                                   Langsdorf, Jacquelyn A. DuPree, a party at her home. Favorite                                                         Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wagner,
advanced navigation school at El-                    y and Ceorjre, Walter F3erg and spent the week-end in Milwaukee Kessler and children were supper ucllle
                                                                                                                                                                                      Dorothy L. Enge!, Evelyn Golomski, games and contests provided fun.            Richard Alhvorden spent Memori- city, are the parents of a son born
lington Field, Houston, Texas.                                                                                                                          Memorial day at the
                                                                and Leslie. Mary Ellen visitinir their mother, Mrs, Axel Mrs. Joseph Avndt ranch. Mr. and l:                                    ?. Luntkowsb, Betty J. Marlene and Arlene Leach. Nancy al dav with his family in Milwau- Tuesday, May 30, at Riverview hos-
    No date has been set for the wed- Smith, Violet Reddick, Arlene San- Andprson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray                                                                                -Rogers, Arlene Uh.trock, Robert E. Paulson and Bonnie Hegg won the kee.                                            pital,
                                                                                                                                                  George Hinkley spent the week- * * -  ir h Jose h     F ts
                                                                                                                                                                                                 P, ?• " S, ;  ile Edward   prizes. Each girl received a favor.                                             Mr. and Mrs, Harold Jagodzinski,
 ding.                                     toski, Margie Guenther, Betty Lr.u Kurd.                                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Harotd Millenbah and Roger Rudolph, announce the birth of a
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                                           Gmss, Doris Kel) and Patsy Simon.                         Pfc. John Corey left Saturday to          end and Memorial day at Two Riv- ' J--. Pa««- Herbert J. Ruder, Car- Supper was served at 6 o'clock and
 Piano Recital-
                                                                                                                                                                                      ence M. Whitrock and Doris M. a lighted birthday cake made an at- spent yesterday at the Domiriick daughter at Riverview hospital to-
                                           Mrs. Ed Berg and family of Nekoosa report back to his infantry unit at ers, joining Mrs. Hinkley, who had Ellingworth.                                                           tractive centerpiece. Camilla receiv- Schilter home in Wisconsin Rapids. day.
    Music students of Harold Green were out of town guests.                                      Camp Howie. Texas, after beinR                spent the past week there with rela-
entertained parents and riends at                                   * * *                                                                                                                Report cards for those attending ed interesting gifts from her
                                                                                                 home on a week's furlough with his tives and friends.
a piano recital Saturday at the Con- Rummage Sale                                                 parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Corey.              Tennis Dunham is spending a part-time were presented at this as- friends.                * » *
 gregational church, 18 young people                                                                                                                                                  sembly, -while report cards for the
                                                The Veterans of Foreign Wars                      First Lieut. Ralph Corey of the U. week with his sister, Mrs. Jerome half-time group wiil be presented Boy Scouts—
participating.                             Auxiliary is sponsoring a rummage S. marines and Mrs. Corey arrived Beck and family at Lake DeUon.
    The program included several                                                                                                                  Mrs. Mollie Dunham spent Memo- Thursday morning at the usual as-             There was a meeting of the Boy           SEE OUR SELECTION FOR
                                                    on Friday and Saturday in the Saturday from Corpus Christ!,
folk songs, "Fairies and Brownies", htaildine: next to the Rapids Sheet Tex,, to upend a'wee'i before leaving rial day at Hancock visiting Mr. sembly period.                                                               Scouts at the school house on Jlon-j
                                                                                                                                                                                          Thursday will mark the close of da;,- cvcnisig. Ceremonies, business •
 Susan Reese; "The Birthday Party", Metal Works, starting at 3 p. m, on to report at Cherry Point, N. C,
 Teddy Brazeau; "Augustine", Mel- Friday, All members are to have
                                                                                                                                                and Mrs. Charles Dunham.
                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Jess McKenzie and Mrs. the vocational school this year.              sessions, and plans for this week-!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Gifts Any Graduate
                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. George \V. Smith
inn Potter; "Scarlet Poppies", Mary articles for the sale at the building and son Donald and Mrs. John Kroll Howard Amundsort spent Sunday                                                                                  end's camporee were followed by an
Mead; "Happy Rosma", Bob Strom; by 2 p. m. on that day or are asked and son Jack spent the week-end at and Monday at Milwaukee.                                                                                              hour of baseball.                                Will Gratefully
"Soft Music Is Stealing", Anne Mc- to call 3322-F if it is to he picked Coif's Point, near Fifield.                                               Mr, and Mrs, William Rusk were Big W AC Contingent                                       * * *
Ler.don; "Susie, Little Susie", San- up.                                                                                                          pper Ruests at the home of Mrs.                                            Dinner Guests—                                       Appreciate
dy Baldwin, and "Soldiers' March",                                   * * *
                                                                                                     Ralph Keller returned to Milwau-
                                                                                                                                                Mollie Fredricks.                      Arrives in Naples                        Memorial day dinner guests at
                                                                                                  kee on Tuesday evening after a'.                                                                                           the Henry Oleson home were Mrs,
Paula Alexander.                           Past Matrons—                                          week-end visit at the homes of hU                Trie Rev. F. C. Bodler of Banjror,                                                                                   Graduation is a step into the future . . .one that takes
    Other compositions included "My                                                                                                             Wis., and his sister. Mrs. Andrew         Naples—(/PI— The- largest con- S. H. Oleson and Mrs. Arthur Nessa
                                                Regularly held on Friday, the brothers, Edward and Clarence Kel-                                                                                of WACs ever sent to the of Strongs Prairie.                            years of study and financial sacrifices. No wonder the
Birthday Cake" (Myra Adler), meeting of the Rainbow Past Mat- ler.                                                                            | Van Adastyne of Los Angeles, Calif., Mediterranean theater—32 officers
Karen Olson; "Harp Serenade''                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Peggy Nelson of Chicago            graduates . . . and their families . . . make it a day
 (Bernard "Wagness), Teddy Olson;          rons club has been changed to nest                        Mrs. Paul Gfadoske ^as returned I v.ere dinner guests at the home of and 357 enlisted women—has arriv- was a Monday evening dinner gue?t                           of special festivity.
                                                                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs, Otto Polzin on Mem-
duet, "Minuet" (Joseph Exaudet) Monday, Mrs. Donald Daly enter- from a visit with relatives at Fond orial day.                                                                         ed in Naples direct from the United of Mr. and Mr?. John Zieher. She             Gifts for such an event should be chosen carefully as
Mary Mead and Gilbert Mead; "Ma- taining at her * * * 2:30 p. m.      home at                      hi Lac and Milwaukee, attending
                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Jesse Mosey and son George States.                                   returned to Chicago yesterday hav-         a tribute to the past and a toast to the future! Give
drigal" (Pierre Gascon), Marcia                                                                   the wedding of a nephew, Calvin
                                                                                                                                                spent the week-end and Memorial           The new arrivals—half of whom ing spent several days with rela-               your gift with confidence! Make it one of significant
Alexander; "Minuet in G Major" Willing Workers-                                                   Gladoske and Miss lone EidemiHer
                                                                                                                                                day with Mr. Mosey at the fox are scheduled to continue on to sta- tives here.                                          quality . . . a gift from our store!
 (J, S. Bach). Donald R a n d a l l :           Scheduled for this Thursday, the                      the former city.                                                                                                          On Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
"Shadows on the Lake" (Bernard              meeting of the Trinity Moravian                          Roy Thiele and son Bobby of Mil- ranch. George remained there with tions in the Middle East, brought William Johns of Nekoosa were din-,
                                                                                                                                                his father.
Wagness), Sally 1) L c k e r m a n ; Witling Workers ha? been postponed waukee spent the week-end with
"Witches' Dance' (T. Kullak), Bet-          one week, when Mrs. Arvid Kron- Mrs. Fannie Welton and his par-
sy Dickerman; "By the Sea" (Schu- holm will entertain. +             * *
                                                                                                  ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Thiele,
                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Ray Suchoski and son Bobby ranean to nearly 3,000.
                                                                                                                                                were Memorial day guests at the
                                                                                                      Miss Marjorie Gleue arrived home Robert Solchenberger home.
                                                                                                                                                                                       the WACs' strength in the Mediter-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                GERMANN'S                   "YOUR JEWELER"
bert-Godowsky), G i l b e r t Mead;
"Consolation" (Mendelssohn), Mary
Huffman, and Beethoven's "Sonata",
                                            Harmony Camp—                                         Monday after spending a few days
                                                Mvs. Ada Saunter will be hostess in South Bend. Ind. White there she day at Lake Wazeecha, where he
                                                                                                                                                   Junior Hassley spent Memorial RIVERVIEW HOSPITAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Our Home
                                                                                                                                                                                          Admitted: Irene Swetz, Vesper;
 Opus 42, No, 2 (second movement)           to Harmony Camp, Royal Neighbors, attended the "Navy Y-12 ball at was a guest of Jimmy Crowns.                                             Mrs. Arvel Ketchum, city: Mrs.
 by Anna Carol Kingdom
    Students unable to attend were
                                            for a business and social meeting on Notre Dame university, the guest of
                                             Friday evening at S o'clock.
                                                                                                                                                   Jlr. and Mrs. Hugh Edwards had Herbert Helke, Route 1, city; Mrs,
                                                                                                   Thomas Scheitlin of Evansvitle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilgard and John R. Wagner, city; Mrs. Harold
                                                                                                   Ind., who is attending Notre Dame. daughters, Mrs, John O'Riley and Jagodzinski, Rudolph; Jerry Klein,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Made Bacon                                                                        SUMMER HATS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Excitingly flattering, sun-shad-
 Joan Pomainville, Kenneth Lang
                                                                                                    She was accompanied by Miss Rita daughter Marilyn of Auburndale as city; Mrs. Oliver Sehultz, Route I,                                                                                             ing—they make everything you
 and Virginia Lang.
                 » * *                                                                              Brand! of Marshfietd, who was the dinner guests Sunday. All were city; Master Henry Blanchard, Ne-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Special This                                                                    wear look smarter!
 Confirmation Party—
    About 40 relatives and friends         Rural Social                                            guest of Melvin Rhodes, also of supper guests of Mr, and Mrs.
                                                                                                    Marshfield. The four young people Francis Roth.
                                                                                                   spent the remainder of the week-end
                                                                                                                                                                                          Dismissed: Victor Karkowski,   Week!                                                                         See our big selection in white
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       and pastel colors — Cartwheels,
 were invited to the home of Mr. and                                                                                                                                                   Babcock; Kenneth Marcoux, Nekoo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dipped Brims and Bonnets.
                                           Events                                                  in Chicago.

                                                                                                                                                                                       sa; Marion Heeg, Route &, city;
                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Tewes of Mer- and daughters, Mrs. Harold Tucker Jimmy and Joyce Larson. Route 3,
                                                                                                  rill were guests over the holiday of of Loyal and Mrs. Pear! Keiser and city; Jamls Langmo, city; Mrs, Per Pound
Little Qirl Charm!                          Sherry Events—
                                                                                                   Mrs. John Rickman and daughter Miss Beverly Tucker of Rothschild George Ashbeck, city; Mrs. George In Slab
                                                                                                  Stella.                                       called on Mrs. Ratelle on Sunday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                $1.98 - $7.98
                                                Members of the Mothers' club and                                                                                                       Severson, Pittsville; Mrs. William
                                                                                                      Miss Margaret Ragan is at Madi-                                                                                                                                                                              Take Orders for
                                                                                                                                                   Mr. and Mrs, Russell Rooks
                                            their families met at the Otto son with her nephew, Daniel Main, son Robert of Milwaukee visited and Hilgers, Route 2, city; Margaret Mr.
                                            Xemeke home last Sunday to help who is a patient at the Wisconsin and Mrs. John Newman and Mr. Youngchild, Xekoosa.
                                            Mrs. Zerneke celebrate her birth- General hospital,
                                            day. A picnic dinner was served at                        Mrs. W. H. Johnson and son Wal- week-end.
                                                                                                                                                and Mrs. Victor Kronholm over the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 RAPIDS FOOD &
                                                                                                                                                                                          The teeth and gums need exercise
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              HOOVER UNIFORMS

                                            noon and the afternoon was spent ter and daughter Bernice' spent
                                            socially ami at cards.                              j Tuesday at Marshfield with their                 Little Mary Ann Kleindl of Bea- rot strips and other "chewy" foods
                                                Neighbor IHa Thomas entertained son and brother, George Johnson, ver Dam is spending the week-end in meals.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LOCKER SERVICE
                                                                                                                                                                                       so include raw cabbage, celery, car-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LEVIN'S HAT SHOPMiss Sally Johnson, Mgr.
                                            the Royai Neighbors at her home on                        Miss Florence Lynn, who teaches here with her aunt, Mrs. Clifford
                                            Thursday for the regular business in a private school in New York- Couse.
                                            and pocisil meeting. The lodge City, arrived Sunday evening to                                                                               Keep in mind that we have
                                            ir.twts next on J u n e 29 with Neigh- spcm! the summer vacation with her                              Pvt. Bertil Anderson, a U. S. ma-
                                            bor Vesta Thomas.                                                                                   rine, is leaving tonight to return to the stitcher to give thos*
                                                                                                  mother, Mrs. Goorjre W. Lynn,                 San Diego, Calif,, after spending non-rationed s h o e s with
                                                On Tuesday the (Ireen Elm school ] Mrs. Tom Juslm, Mrs, Theo.
                                            closed with a ((iciiic, Jeanctte Wellon, Mrs. Ralph Turner, Mrs.                                    since Sunday with his parents, Mr, leather, rubber, rope or
                                            G'Ket-fe has hef-n re-engaged to George Weiton and Mrs. Leo While and Mr?. Ernest R. Anderson, 520 wooden soles a resoling job
                                            teach the sclitml next year.                                                                        Grant street, having a 10-day leave. that will be neat, comfort-
                                                                                                   were at Stevens Point today to Corp. Robert Wilson, who is station-
                                                The Pershiii{T pra<lfd school held spend the afternoon,                                                                                  able and will give good
                                            its picnic Friday afternoon. The                                                                    ed at Truax field, Madison, was a wear.
                                            Study club held its last meeting to                       Pfc. Carl Krietlow of Fort Stev- week-end guest at the Anderson
                                            elect new officers, nainoly Mrs. Ray                  ens, Wash., arrived Monday from home.
                                            Thomas, iiresifienl, Mrs. I'aul ftas- PnHland, Ore,, to spend a 1-Vrtay
                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Charles Eaton of Sioux
                                            suctifr, vice presidfnt; Mrs. Collins, furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Lenn-
                                            .w/retary, and Mrs. K<1                               tml Hicks and other relatives and Falls, S. D., is visiting her parents,  Shoe Repair
                                                                                                   friends in the community.                     Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schil).                      230 Oak St.
                                            treasurer. The teachers. Miss
                                            Eisenhammer and Miss I<me Fletch-                         Miss M i n n i e P. Getts, who has
                                            er have been engaged N>r next year, brer* receiving treatment at the Wis-
                                            -m.                                                   rontin ( i r n e r a l hospital in Mnilison
                                                                                                  the past It) days, wil! remain there                                                                                     THE
                                            Cheerful rhuftgers 4-H Club—
                                                 The orgamv.ation meeting nf the ; Mr. and Mrs, S. W. Hartley spent
                                            Chperfu! riuicpTf - I - l l ciuh nf Vre- I the week-end and Memorial day with
                                            fium wai held at the Ciiatles Krauii his parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V, S,
                                            liomp w i t h 10 present. Miss fccrliu Hartley at Duhuque, Iowa, and with
                                            Shpstwk, county ciuh n^ent. nrtrait- her mother. Mrs, Alice Williams at
                                             i/ed the Hub and explained the pro- Pyersville, Towa. Miss R r t t y .bine
                                                                                                   Hartley returned with them for a
                                                 Officers elected are Frances Tnr- \acation visit at her brother's home.                            W^'M*^
                           4-14 yn.
                                             nc-r, president; Sidney Turner, vice                     Mrs, Jack Thompson and Mrs. \V.
                                             prfsidf lit; \Vrlnhel Ha\ns, secre- 1 Oti«i Schimime and children Barbara
                                             l;ir.\-Uca.-*uvfT; Kl^ic Hraiin, club re- ' A n n and Roger William left Satur-
     Looks cool and comfortable, IMirii-r; Hobby Klips, chocr leader; day for Sparta, III., to join Mr.
  doesn't ?he? The. Princf-.ss ljn'> frock Mrs. S. Turiifr. 1t;t>tn-ral leader: Mrs. Thompson and make their future
                                             C. Kiituti, (til's leader; C. KKK"1t,
  is so simple and comfortable tn hoys' lca<(t'r; Fiances Turner, junior home.
  wear during hot weather she always
                                                             I'''If si't'-s t r i nUend v a m p       Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schneider
  looks fre-h as a daisy in h«r check-                  10 Hrr Krruu-i's Turner, Ver- »nd daughter Pamela Kay left
                                                       Ha>es and linlatid Sh'Twoixi. Tmxliiy to return to their home at
     I'alteni No. SW. if. in M/PS 0,                            is the fln'e i,{ tlt<> :iex) West All's a f t e r u week-end visit ut
  8, 10, 12 ami 34 years. Six*- K. ?                          n U> In-ill at \hc S. Turner the home of his grandmother. Mrs.
  piers, requires 2- a raids' of :',:i.
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