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 Port Edwards                                Social Calendar                                                                                                  Wife of Former                                                                                                      PICNIC WITH BEANS

                                                    TONIGHTS EVENTS                                                                                           Local Resident                                NEKOOSA                           County Seat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Cold baked buuu eook«d over a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ctnpfin will hit the spot »t m pfc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             SOCIAL ITEMS                                                         nte. If qokk-froitm, th* beans
 Sergeant Wed                               pm
                                                w. E Club, Mrs. Ed Ktuth,
                                              F. >". Club. Mrs. Ralph Turner,
                                            Blron Community bail, 8 p in,
                                                                                                                                                              Sponsors Craft                                  PERSONALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  should be thawed, ready to «at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  when you irrivt at your destlna- '"
                                                                                                                                                                                                              MRS. TOM M1LKET                                                     tJon. Tuek a j*r of pickle niiah In C
 In Fort Wayne                                    THVRSDAV5 EVENTS
                                              E. and W. Club, Sirs, Lloyd Butt,
                                            S p. m.
                                                                                                                                                                  In a brief but colorful early-
                                                                                                                                                                morning ceremony at the Charles-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            TtJephom W-M, N«KMU
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Marriage License*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  somebody's • pack to paw around v>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  with them for added savory flavor.
                                                    FRIDAY'S EVEXTS                                                                                            ton, S. C., navy yard, Mrs. F. M. Owls Club-                                   Pfc. James Gustafson, city, to
    Sgt. Donald R. Surprison, «on of          Weslei Bible Clfl«8, Met bed 1st,
                                            Mr*. LeUle Ono. i.'JO l> ni                                                                                         Lansdowne of Carrael, Calif,, was                                           Mabel Hoffman, Route 1, Stevens
 Mrs. William Surprison of Port                                                                                                                                one of two relatives of naval offi-       Mrs. Joe Wypych w»s hostess Point. Time and place of marriage               Try making individual plet or
  Edwards, took as his bride Miss                                                                                                                              cers to participate in th« dual Tuesday evening to the Owl's club not announced.                                    tarts instead of full sized pies that
 Betty Joanne Schulte, daughter of                                                                                                                             launching of two new landing ships. at her home. A seven o'clock des-          James Behling, Route 2, Granton, may not be eaten up.
 Mr. and Mrs. Henry G, Schulte of
 Fort Wayne, Ind., at 9 o'clock this
 morning in the Precious Blood
                                          Society                                                                                                                                                    sert was served after which cards to Dorothy M, Kautza of Marsh-
                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Lansdowne, sponsor of the were played. Prizes for the eve- field. Marriage to take place in
                                                                                                                                                               LSM 178, first of the two new "Pa- ning went to Mrs. Peter Deisburg, Marshfield on August 26.
 Catholic church at Fort Wayne,           Sunday Guest e—                                                                                                      cific puddle-jumpers" to hit the Mrs. P. Korbol. Mrs. Joe Zietnan              Martin L. Bauer, Route 2, Aub-
 Ind. The Rev.' Cyril Mohr per-               On 'Sunday, Mrs. Richard Lau                                                                                     water, is the wife of Lieutenant was a guest of the club. Mrs; John urndale, to Inielda C. Bohman,
 formed the ceremony.                     and Mrs. Donald Lau entertained                                                                                      Commander F, M. Lansdowne, Wirth will entertain at her home town of Marshfield. Marriage to
                                           Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Grandy and                                                                                      l!SN., of the navy yard's production for the next meeting,                  take place in Marshfield on Aug-
    Bouquets of paste] asters and        daughter Audrey of Beaver Town,                                                                                      drusicn. A native of -Wisconsin                       * » *
 gladioli against a background of                                                                                                                                                                                                          ust 22.
                                          Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard                                                                                         R a p i d s , Lieutenant Commander Red Crow—                                   Harold G. Kolstad, Route 2, Ar-
 ferns and candles decorated the           .an of Grafton and A. H. Lau of                                                                                     Lansdowne is well known here, and         Red Cross bandage rolling will pin, to Norma F. Anderson of Aub-
 church. For the nuptial high mass         :his city, serving dinner and sup-                                                                                  i? a grandson of the lat« F. Mac- be done Thursday at the Woodard urndale. Marriage to take place
 the choir sang "Ave Maria", "0,           jer to the guests.                                                                                                  Kinnon, early day manufacturer.       ranger station at 2 and 7 p. m.
 Lord I Am Not \\orthy" and "On                                                                                                                                                                                     *   *  S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           in Auburndale on August 22.
 This Day O Beautiful Mother".               The Grandy family had visited                                                                                        As her matron of honor, Mrs.                                                William M. Newman, Chicago, to
                                           lis relatives at Ironwood, Mich.,                                                                                  Lansdowne had her husband's aunt Junior Woodmen—                             Marion A. Schiller, Route 2, Pitts-
      For the ceremony the bride chose ,nd came here from Milwaukee,                                                                                          nnd guardian, Mrs. Mildred M. Jen-        The Junior Woodsmen will have vilte. Marriage to take place in
   a street length dress of magnolia- \nf-re they were visiting relates                                                                                       kins, also a native of Wisconsin a meeting at 8 p. m. on Friday at Pittsville on August 19.
   •white crepe shirred at the should- of Mrs. Grandy. En route home                                                                                          Rapids, who is employed in the ad- Stevens hall. All members are ask-           Julian C. Smith, Wisconsin Rap-
   ers with soft V neckline and drap- 'ie\ p'an to spent! a week with                                                                                         jutant general's office in High ed to attend,                                ids, to Dorothy A. Ryce, Wisconsin
   ed skirt. She ^-ore a brown corde •p'atriPs si d friends in Chicago.                                                                                       Point, N. C.                               Sirs. Helga Thompson of Chi- Rapids. Marriage to take place
   Juliet cap with gossomer shouldet _drs. Gianii*. is a niece of Mrs.                                                                                                                                                                     August 17 here.
   veil. Her flowers were sunburst Kschanj l a u aisd A. H. Lau, and                                                                                             Sponsor of the other craft, the cago is visiting her brother and
   roses centered with a red rose ar-               Lau is a son of the latter.                                                                               LSM 179 was Mrs. William De-          sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Henry
                                                          + * +                                                                                               Lance y Frierson of Decatur, Ga., Foss.
   ranged in a shoulder corsage. Mrs.
  John M. Giles of Fort Wayne, sis- Missionary Socio!>—                                                                                                       mother of Lieutenant Commander
                                                                                                                                                              W. D. Frierson, USX, of the navy
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Joan Stellmacker of Los Angeles,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Calif., spent Tuesday with her
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Coloma                              Beautiful
  ter of the bride, was matron of            The August meetirg of the Ca5-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Domi- Mrs. Rose Slater has sold her
  honor. She wore a corsage of fus- arj Missionary tf< tet> was held
  chia and white gladioli "with her at the lone of Xrs. Earl Mann,
                                                                                                                                                              jard's planning drvision.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    nick Wipfii and relati\ es here. Carl farm just east of Coloma to Elmer
                                                                                                                                                                 Rear Admiral Jules James, USX,, Stellmacker, formerly of Racine, Young of Chicago.
  powder blue crepe dress fashioned opening vritit the m sisonary dox-              PAN-AMERICAN SMILE—The real spirit of Pan-American unity                  commandant of the yard and the joineri his daughter and visited for
  with round neckline and a shirred oiogy. Mrs Air.ost.aies was the                                                                                                                                                                           Phil Congdon went to Chicago,
                                                                                    is symbolized in the flashing smile of Sertora Amanda Cordova, wife      sixth naval district, presided at the a day. He returned to Black River 111,, last week for a physical check- Our reputation for diamonds
                                         cevotion?! leader. >irs. Ben Marks          of a member of the legal staff of 1he Mexican embassy in Washing-
                                         gave a re. 'jinj, and Mrs. Clifford                                                                                 ceremony at which the two spon- Falls where he recently purchased up, he also visited his parents at has this basis: we carry imsll
                                                                                     ton. She meets with other vfties of Latin-American diplomats every      sors were presented with gifts of a bowling alley.                            Glen Eilyn. Mrs, Congdon and two diamonds and large stones, in a
      Sergeant Surprison -was attended Jrnsen had ihc Eii!)ie lesson,
                                                                                                   week to roll bandages for the Red Cross.                  silver m behalf of the yard's civil-                                                                                    wide variety of prices — but
   uy Pvt. George Koppelmon of Bai-          Missiona'y news was given l-y
                                                                                                                                                             ian shipbuilders. The yard's Blue-         Those front out of town who at- sons, who had been visiting here re- they're all quality gems, worthy
  timore, Md., and the ushers were Mrs. Delo, Jaives and Mrs. Bruce                                                                                                                                 tended the funeral of Christ Hen-      turned home with him.
   Charles Kecks and Eugene Groman Krwm read a letter from Mary                                                                                              jacket band provided musk.                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ploetz enter- of prideful ownership.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    schel on Thursday afternoon were
  of Fort Wayne. Mr. Schulte gave Aealand, baptist missionary in Af-
                        -••---          nca . The membeis then enjojed an
                                                                                        Personals                              PORT                                                                 Mr. and Mrs, Eeinhard Henschel         tained Sunday at a 5:30 dinner in
                                                                                                                                                                                                    of Rochester, N. Y., Edwin Hen- honor of the birthday of the latter's
              „                          interesting talk bj Mrs. Fred
  a wedding breakfast was senect to kneck, v.'io went from the local                Robert Brenner left Sunday for a         EDWARDS                               Pittsville                       schel of Oregon City, Oregon, Gil- father. Wiibur Foss at Plamfield.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ford Henschel of Milwaukee. Mrs.Out of town guests were Mr. and
                                                                                                                                                                 Jim Bowden of Milwaukee is Roy Wellner and Charles Fribery Mrs. Wilbur Foss. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GERMANN'S"Your Jeweler"
   immediate relatives in the dining church to (Jo nns-'onary work in three weeks' \acation, two weeks to                  SOCIAL — PERSONALS
   room on the upper deck of the Bei- Brazil and is now home. After a be spent at the Eagle Scout Fores-                                                     spending the summer at the Tony of Akron, Ohio; Christ Henschel lan Smith of Plainfield and Mrs.
                                                         and pr&yer, the host- try camp near Trout Lake and the                MKS. FRANK HEGG               Vandenberg home.
  mont Flag Ship. The table had a dosing
                                                                                                                            Telephone 90, Port Edwards                                              jr. of Detroit, Mich.; August Fred Upthagrove of Stevens Point.
   centerpiece of pastel colored flow ess served a limch.                       third week at Montreal, Wis.. at the                                                                                                                          Mr. and Mrs. Pat Christian and
                                                         * * »                  E. N". Ver Bunker home.                                                          Misses Josephine, Anna and Pischke, South Bend, hid.; Mrs. two sons, Mr. and Mrs, Richard
  ers. At a reception held at the                                                                                                                             Frances Meli of St. Paul, who spent    F1. J. Palm of Chicago: Mr. and
   bride's home later in the day, the Reunion Picnic-                                                                   Red Cross—                                                                                                         Granse and two nephews Dickey
  couple received the congratulations        Mrs. D. M. Robmson and son             Mr. and Mrs. August Zuese spent                                          seieral weeks at the Tony Vanden- Mrs. Ernest Fnberg of Wausau and Bobby Henne spent Sunday with
                                                                                                                          On Thursday from 1'30 to 4 p.      berg home and Ed Fuller homes left     and Mrs. Helga Thompson of Chi-
  of 100 relatives and fuends and the Jack swei-t the ueek-end at Camp the past week-end in Milwaukee m. and from 7 to S) p. in. theie will                  for their homes Monday,                cago,                                  Doris, Adeline and Junior Grams at
  bride cut the three-tier wedding Douglas with her sister, Mrs. Ar with relatne^ and friends and were be Red Cross banciage rolling in the                                                             Jackie Miller of Minneapolis is Wausau.
  cake surmounted with miniature ihur K'icko ard family, and on accompanied back by Mrs. A. M. home economics room cf the school-                                Lloyd Moore, brother of Leonard spending a week visiting hergiand-           Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelson and
  bride and groom and decorated Sunda/ ;uten.e& a reunion picnic Olson anil daughter Barbara of Chi- house. All hc!p will be appreciated.                    Moore and Mrs. Otto Erdman has mother, Mrs. T>. R, Dunham and son Enck of Palmyra, Dennis Nelson
  -with pale pink lose buds.            at Kocky Arror, Wisconsin Dells, cago, vho are here for four da\s,                                                   been wounded in France. The Pur- aunt Mrs. Albert Holmes.                     of Hancock, Mrs. Lester Lant of Al-
      Sergeant and Mrs. Surprison -will where 56 relatives and friends gath- Mr?. George Olsen jr., and daughter          Mrs. Bert Yonko and daughter       ple Heart aw-ard has been sent by          John Ostrum and Dale Eheel of mond were Monday guests of Mr,
  come to Port Edwards on their                  >n honor of Corp. Shirley Sandra Lee will return with them Bunny leturned last night after                  him to another sister Mrs. Jennie ?ort Edwards, Boys' club directors, and Mrs. James Warren.
  weddmg trip to visit with his moth- Klicko of               Livingston, La..  to Chicago, where thej are making                                                                                                                             Callers and visitors of Mr. and
                                                                                                                       spending set eral days as guests of   Burns of Cudahy.                       are leaving today for Madison,
  er and relatives. For traveling the .•.ho is hone on furlough, coming their home.
                                                      1                                                                Miss \era Hilhs at her cottage on         Richard Hancock, who left on July where they will attend the unher- Mrs. Henry Ploets the past week                          93rd Year!
  bride has chosen a gre> dressmaker irom Beloi ", Waukesha, Madison,              Mrs Oscar Ha^en and daughter Branbv lake near Woodruff,                   21, is not stationed at Buckley Field. sity summer coaching school. They were Mrs. George Gerard. Mr. and
  style suit with dark brown acces- Baraboo, North Freedom, Lyndon Joan of Chntormlle came Tuesday                                                           Colo., he is m the air corps.          will return Saturday.                  Mrs. James Blackburn of Wisconsin               Thrg month w-e start
 sories. After September 1 they vrilJ Station, Mauston, Wisconsin Dellt, :o spend until Friday with her par-                                                     Cpl. Lester Smith, son of the Fred     Mr. and Mrs. E. G. MeGravr and Rapids. Mrs. Arthur Nelson, of Pal-
 be at home at 615 Third street, Camp Douglas and Wisconsin Rap- ents, Mr. and Mrs, George Geiman-                                                                                                                                                                                         our ninety-third y**r
                                          :is for thd occasion.                                                                                              Smiths of Route 2, has arrived from Mrs. D. R, Dunham \isited with mira, Mr, and Mrs. David Fergus,
 Fort Wayne.                                                                                                                                                 overseas. He is in an army hos- ielati\es in Minneapolis from Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Racine, and                          of service. That w*
      Mrs. Surprison is a graduate of       The R">binsone were accompanied son and visiting at the home of her                                                                                                                            Mr, and Mrs. Edward Frederick of
                                        home bv the l\hcko family, who re sister, Mrs. William A. Fischer,                                                   pital in Richmond, Va., and wired urday to Tuesday.                                                                           have served 40 long,
 St. Joseph's Catholic high school                                                                                                                           his parents that he will soon be                                              Hancock.
 of Decatur, Ind., and at present is turned to 11 eir home on Monday               Mr and Mrs. E. G Burnkrant and        THE SITUATION: A bride-to-                                                 CHOCOLATE FROSTING                        George Nelson of Milwaukee Spent             that our firm has
                                                                                                                                                             home on a furlough.
 employed in the office of the Gen- afternoon.           » * *                  son Jtobeit of Pitts\i!le, now In nig be who is marrjing a service man           Charles Duckev of MarshfieJd           Leftover chocolate confectioner's Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.               grown in friendships
 eral Electric company at Fort                                                   n this cit>, ha^e returned from New is planning her wardrobe.               spent Tuesday in the city. „           frosting can be thinned down, heat- and Mrs. James Warren.                             all these years, indi-
                                        Wesley Bible Class—
 Wayne. The groom is a graduate                                                 York City and New Jersey after vis-
                                             Wesiey Bible class of the Metho- iting with Mr Burnkrant's father,           WRONG W A Y : Select her cloth-        Mr. and Mrs. John Tomsyck and ed in double boiler and served as                                                           cates that w« hav«
                                                                                                                                                             daughters Mae and Joan visited at sauce for steamed or baked pud-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i -- i
 of John Edwards high school at                                                                                        es with only prettmess and becom-
 Port Edwards and before entering •list churc*i wilt have its monthly Mr. Burnkiatit IE principal of schools mgness in mind.                                 Marshfield on Sunday.                  ding. Or pour the extra fiosting         rTtn*m«stn»*f MONTHLY                         served faithfully and
 the sen ice was employed by the meeting at the home of Mrs. Lettie at Pittsville.                                                                                                                  into the jar rinsed out of cold wa-
                                                                                                                                                                 Lieut, and Mrs. Ed Aughey and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Female Weakness                              well.

 Nekoosa-Edwards Paper company. Otto on Fnda> afternoon at 2:30                                                           RIGHT WAY: In addition to                                                       (to prevent frosting
                                                                                                                                                             daughter left Friday for Thomas- ter to sides of the jar), from stick-
 He is now stationed with the 806th o'clock.                                       Miss Donna Zimbal of Merrill ar- prettiness and becommgness, the
                                                                                                                                                             Mile, Ga., having ^sited her parents ing or wa\ed paper and cover until \rith
 army air base unit, Eaer field, Fort                                           rived here Tuesday and is a guest of bude who is many ing a service                                                 lid                        chill               (Abo Hm Stomchfe To*}
                                                                                                                                                             the William Ziehers and with rela- needed. The frosting \ull Keep a              Lydia E Flnkham's Compound tt
 Wayne.                                        Altdorf            "             Miss Betty Jean Xikiaus at the home man should select clothes that pack
                                                                                of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank well and are suitable to the part         tives at Biron.                                                                   /anwuj to relieve periodic pain ana
                                                                                                                                                                                                    week or so, then thin down a iittie       •ccompwiyinff uerroin, weak, ttrsd-
                                                                                                                                                                 Mrs. Harry Raabe spent Tuesday with hot coffee, water, milk or
LEMON AND LIME TIPS                          Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bauinan and Niklaus.                                    of the country to which he is tak-    in "Wisconsin Rapids.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               out feelings—«U due to functional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               monthly disturbance!. M»de espe-              MORTUARY/
                                                                                                                                                                                                    cream and use for frosting cakes,                                                         eao FIRST ST. H.
     In -buying, look for lemons with   family of Plymouth spent the week-         Mrs. J. J. Plzak and sons Wayne ing her. (It isn't a good idea for            Mr. and Mrs. Ray Aughey and cookies, cup cakes or ci ackers.                 cially lor women—It help* nature/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Follow Iftbd directions.
                                                                                                                       her to buy too many clothes, as
fine-textured skin, hea\y for their end at the George Huser home. and Wallace returned Monda> from the tamp to which she is going                            family of Biron were Thursday eve- Making up extra frosting and stor-                                                               "Phot
size. Yellow lemons may be juicier, Richard Bauman remained here for Green Lake, where tliev had been may not be thei r home for long,                       ning visitors at the William Zieher ing it saves preparation time.
but are not so high as greenish yel- a few weeks,                               week-end jruests of Mrs Henrietta                                            home.
low lemons in acid content which            Mrs. Mary Ruesch and son Thom- Gekardt at her summer home. They and a tiansfer to a different part                   Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schiller and
gives tangy fla\ or.                    as returned home from Milwaukee were joined there by Dean Plzak. of the eountrv might mean that she                  granddaughter of Waukesha are vis-
                                                                                                                       would need an entirely different
     Limes should be firm, not soft Monday evening. They attended the who is attending the summer session type of clothes.)                                  iting relatives here.
and mushy. Look for limes •with Religious Profession of her daugh- at the Uimersity of Wisconsin.                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Harry Esser of
smooth, glossy rind, thin skins, line ter Clara, who attends Notre Dame                                                                                      Marshfield were Wednesday even-
                                        convent. CJara has chosen the name         PU and Mr?. Clifford Cooper and
grained and juicy pulp.
     Lemons and limes are both rich
in Vitamin C, the anti-scurvy vita-
                                        of Mary Myron.                          Mrs. Carl Wemfurter are in Chica-
                                             Mr. and Mrs. John Krug and son go for a two day stay at the home
                                                                                                                            Milladore                        ing visitors of her parents the
                                                                                                                                                             Thomas McNamees.
                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. William Otto and
                                                                                                                                                                                                           CHARM In Homefurnishings
 min, -which helps to keep the gums Mike spent a few days this week at of hi? biother-m-law and sister, Mr.               Joe Czaikowski and friend of       daughter Violet of Waukesha spent
and teeth healthy, "Use lemons and Milwaukee where they were in at- and Mrs, Tony Catalano. From Wausau, spent Sundaj at Wiscon-
 limes often not only for making tendance of the taking of her fust there Private Cooper w i l l return to sin DeiH.
 cooling drinks, but for flavoring \otts by their daughter who attends Fort Meade, Md., after spending a                  Mrs. W. !C Evan and sons Toni
                                                                                                                                                             Wednesday at the William Zieher
                                                                                                                                                                 Mrs. Carl Erdman of Sharon, Pa.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Is Not Accident!/ Achieved ..
other dishes.                           Notre Dame convent.                     22-(Ja> furlough with his parents. and Pat of New Richmond ate vis-          has returned to her home, her hus-
                                             Mrs. Tony Klein of Nekoosa spent Mr. and Mrs Arthur B, Cooper and iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs              band has been shipped from camp
                                        Tuesday at the home of her sister usittng at the homes of his sisters, Frank Malik.                                  there.
                                        Mrs, William Senn.                       Mrs. Wemfuiter and Mrs. George Marian Krupki, a student nurse
Jumper and Jacket                            Mrs. Irving Balzer and children Langei and giandmother. Mrs. Mar\ of St. Joseph hospital at Mai'sh-
                                                                                                                                                                 Mrs, William Zieher and sons vis-
                                                                                                                                                             ited at the Peter Mollett home in
                                        spent the week-end at the John Cooper and w i t h other relatives and field is taking a two months course            Sherry on Monda>. On Sunday the
                                         Schilter home,                          fncinl<= Mis. Cooper and Mrs. \Vem- at the \\ mnebago State hospital.       William Ziehers entertained the Ray
                                             Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lacey and chil- furter will return here.                     IKiss Eleanore and Agnes Forst     Ziehers of Port Edwards.
                                         dren Dorothy and Jimmie and Mrs                                               if Rockf(>id weie week-end guests
                                         Mary Viertel spent Sunday with             Mr. and Mrs. P* M Gibson and of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Foist.
                                         telative? at Berlin, The\ were ac- Dean VVittn left Monday for Chi-              Mi and Mrs, FA Polmda of Chi-
                                         companied h\ Mrs. Nick Guilingei cago to \isit until Thur=;da\ with his cago aic \isitmg at the Jacob Koz-
                                        and Son, who remained at Berlin for brother, f',?nu*e Gibson bpfoie re- lowski IIOPT.
                                         a week's \isil.                         turning to Los Angeles, Calif His        Mr aiifl Mis. Joseph Hmek and
                                             Mr. and Mrs, Henry Mathies anr) sislci, Mrs I^aat- P. ^ i t i c i , whom Mi e Chattcs Simons and daughter
                                        children and Mrs, C. Mathies spent Ihcv had MSI ted heic for se^erat Caiol Ann spent Swula.v at the
                                         Wednesdaj e^ninjr at the (ieorge iveek*. accompanied them to Chicago Wpnce] Simonia home in Know]ton
                                         Gaetke home at ?oit Edward".            for a few cl;i>s May,                    Ted Han^en attended the Ameri-
                                             Miss Joyce Larson is spending the Eflwnrd lire mm, student at the can Legion <om entiou at Milwau-
                                        week at the home of her aunt and Um^orsily of Wisconsin, cami Sun- kee on Sundav.
                                        uncie Mr and Mrs. Jost Schilter. dnj fni a '-hurl \i?it at the home of
                                             Mrs. William Taft and Mi=. F !m paient.s, Mr. ami Mi's. E. C,
                                        Cunat of Nececiah called on Inetidc Hi c in iei. i etui 11 ing to Madron on
                                        here Wednesday afternoon. The>
                                                                                    M i - hli/&l)pth BPUIII left
                                        were formei residents here.
                                                                                 for Halteulle and Lama'-tc'r,              WISCONSl
                                                                                ihe plan' f o spptul 10 dajs
                                               Necedah                                      and
                                            Mrs. William Algei and daughter
                                         Helen of St Louis. Mo , ate cniojin^                            nosrn \L
                                         a \acation MM! at the Howard home                               Mi<;. .M,u\                                                                                                                                                 The Charm of This Suite
                                         m inrth Necedali.                        \ekonsa; Mr- \\nltei
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i« the Result of Expert
                                           Mr and Mi=, Charles Isaaifwi ie- n t \ : All.iti Klajppa, Itmitc I, till ;
                                         tumed W»dn("-fiay from C'liirago
                                                                                                                                                                                                               BUY WAR BONDS                                         Craftsmanship...
                                           i°re thej h;i<l f>njo\cd n few da)* Knutc '2, L I { \ .
                                         visit \\ith icIatiM."'.                    I J I ^ I M I -•>((! Miij-u i 1 !n\il
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The design and construction of
                                           M>- and Mrs. W i l l i a m l a f t and koiite 'i. i itj . llolieit
                                           .ughUr* L>nn Martr and P-ctt\ I ' l d i i i f i f Id; Donna .Mae H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  BUY MORE                                           furniture of charm is as much an
                                         Ann a?iil Mt and Jili^. Frank Cunat bath, < i l j .                                                                                                                                                                         art as the painting of a picture or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the sculptoring of a beautiful sta-
                                         \isilr(i iSundiiy <'\cniiiK at the F r a n k
                                         Pech )iome nptir Mnu-i.                                                                                                                                                 WAR BONDS . .                                       tue. This suite, for example, is the
                                            M i . and Mf> Jauti t Sjieiii'pr and                                                                                                                                                                                     outgrowth of a lifetime of furni-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ture manufacturing experience,
                                         (lautclitcr ha^r m m p i l into the for-
                                            T I' rank M c l n l u v home, which          RAPIDS                                                                                                              Let's Help to WIN                                       incorporated in every single de-
                                         ^as ret e n i l y omiptfd by Mr, and                                                                                                                                                                                        tail. See it,
                                           t-   f Ii.n IP-. J.inif >-(it].

   There iun isn't a nH° T coplume
                                           Mrs. H f i h t r t Stvvci 1 - and son
                                         Dnanc rpreiitlj of ( a-li'"ti and Kl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             This War!                                                Davenport and Match- 4 AC AA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ing Chair priced at  l9v*UV
than a handsome Princess jumper          roj sjienl thf (>ast API ^ ill their                                                                                                                                                                                                              Less 19% tor Cash
frotk w n i t h you can wear av          nome hei(' r haMiij; ^ntid.iv frn                                                  ROBERT TAYLOR                        NOWI Cloud-light face powder that
                 with sports blouses     Ianes\illo w h e t r thc-j w i l l join "\lr                                                 PETERS
and wtih good-looking sweaters.          Stwer s , who ha1, (>m]jlo\inrnl there                                                                                  stays colot-tfue and coloi-fiesh every
Top it with the nipped-in jacket         and make that their futuif home,                                                                                        moment it's on your skin!,,,becsust
anrt \ o j ha\e a perfect street cos-      Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pmdolfit of
                                                                                                                             foag if
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wisconsin Rapids Furniture
tump.                                    London Blatifjii were truest 1 last                                                                                     it's "Wind-Milled".,,ssp«ci«l
   Pattern N'o Sfifin is in prizes 12,     lesday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank                                                                                          R«vlon proctsi. 6 gloriousty flatter-
14. Ifi, JR and 20. Size 14, jumper      Cunat,
rviUiies 2% jards of 3!)-imb ma-           Mrs. Richard Dosemagen and soil                                                                                       ing colon.            60* and 1.00 jacket, three quailer sleeves,   Toinni}, ficcompame'I the following
2 jartis.                                Necedah Girl Scouts to Pleasant lake
   for this attractive pattern, send
20 -cents in coins, which includes
postage, with jour name, address,
pattern number and M2e to Wiscon-
                                         where they enjoyed a w cek'« out-
                                         ing: Joyce BarttmR, Lemire and Pat-
                                         iiaa .Sneas and Ann Spencer,
                                           Mrs. Bertha Dwclly has returned
                                                                                                                             R O t t f t f lENCHttr
                                                                                                                              HUS • K t l f A K T
                                                                                                                               JOHN HOPIAK
                                                                                                                                                               CHURCH'S                                                                      COMPANY
sin RapKis Daily Tribune. Pattern        from the Lutheran hospital at La-                                                                                      REXALL DRUG STORE
Service, 630 South Wells St., Chi-       Crosse and i^ convalescing at the
cago 7, III.                             home of Mr. and Mrs, J. J, Duske.                                                                                     *R«K. Trade Mark


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