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THE APPLETON POST-CRESCENT Friday Evening, October 4, 1940 tog* 19 New London and St. Mary's On tatter's Grid Tonight Bluejays Will FaceShawano "11" Saturday Couch Calder Picks Thirty Gridders for Second League Tilt Menuhi -- Menasha High school gridders will meet their second successive severe test in Northeastern Wisconsin conference competition Saturday when they travel to Shaw- an'o to meet the Indians, annually among the tough teams of the conference. Coach N. A. Calder has named a squad of 30 players for the trip. Probable starters will be William Thompson and Donald Jensen at ends, Elmer Martell and Gene Resch at tackles, H. Funk and James DeLong at guards and Ray Michalkiewicz at center. ' iel and Freiburger at tackles, Bellile The backfield probably will be , Smifh . ,,._,,,,. _,,,., -,,,,,, Mcnuhi -- St. Mary's H i g h school gridders will oppose New London High school of the western division of -the Northeastern Wisconsin conference at 8 o'clock to-' night at Butte des Morts field.. The Zephyrs have a season record of two victories against one defeat while the New London team won its only start. Probable starters for the Zephyrs will be Farnham Johnson and Norbert Bayer at ends, William Bayer at center, Robert Birling and Sylvester Burghardt at guards, Wilbur Foth and Tom Verbrick at tackles. Virgil Lingnofski will be used at tackle in case Verbrick doesn't start. The backfield will have the Hoks brothers, Don at quarterback and Emmet at fullback, Len Schipfer- ling at left half and Al Taves at Tight half. Jerome Laux probably will get the first call at right half as a substitute and Vernon Coopman may relieve Len Schipferling at the other halfback post. New London probably will start Clark and Sullivan at ends, McDan- William Robinson at quarterback, Robert Wideman at fullback. John and Smith at guards and Coller at center. The backfield will include Pues at quarterback, Seering and New London--A squad of 28 New London gridders will travel to Menasha tonight to meet the avenging St. Mary's Zephyrs in a non-conference battle under lights at Buttcs d«B Morts field. There will be little change in line-up or tactics as the Red and White will work to better prepare themselves for future conference opponents, according to Coach G. M. Charlesworth. Jack Coller, center, is nursing a side injury sustained in' practice this week and may not start, his understudy, Bill Brown, probably getting the call. Bernard Freiburger who showed ability, spirit and drive from three positions against Clintonville last week may work in the backfield tonight with Bert Saterstrom taking his place at tackle. The boys who have received new jerseys, and their numbers, are as follows: Phil Clark 59; Harold Pues 66, Bernard Freiburger 75. Paul Poepke 64, Leon Bodoh 60, Bob Seering 50, Les Schimke 71, Jack Coller 55. Richard McDaniel 76, Ohio State and Purdue Pull Lid Off Big 10 Race Other Teams to Play Non-League Teams; Expect Big Crowds Chicago--W-- The championship angle will be only one-of the disputed points involved tomorrow when Ohio State and Purdue blast open the 1940 Western conference football season. In the lone conference game of the day, the two rivals also will be out to break their 11-year-old percentage tie for the most games won in the Big Ten. Since 1928 Ohio State has won 41 league games and lost 14. Purdue has a record of 38 and 13. Close behind the leaders but still 39 percentage points off comes Minnesota with a 36-15 mark. In the Ohio State-Purdue combats, however, the Buckeyes have all the edge. Ohio State has won six of the seven games and is Baldauf at left half and Robert | ke at halveg ^ d Bodah at Nantke at right half. Roland, fu n{, ack O'Brien and Edward Humski, half- New London defeated Clintonville back and end. will make the trip, 12 to 6 in its onlv game this year but will not play because of injuries fioth Qf the scores for ^ Bulldo{ , s received in the Kaukauna game. , came on ^^ to£sed by Hwold ^Other members of the squad trav- Pues veteran q uarte rback. Freiburger, a tackle, is called back to do' the New London punting. He has! been getting boots of well over 45 j yards. The Bulldogs have lost heavily r from the veteran team which defeated the Zephyrs 13 to 12 last year. Frank Stuyvenberg And J. Van Eperen Top Village League Kimberly Vill»»« Lea|u* W. L. Thyssen Dairy 7 Mellow Brew 7 Vandenbergs 5 Millet H. L. 4 Adler Brau Bottle Works Eddie's Scrv. W. L. 4 5 3 6 3 B 5|University Club 3 6 Kimberly -- Frank Stuyvenberg rolled a 631 for high series in the Village league this week and J. Van Eperen hit a 234 high game. C. Hinkens rolled a 628 series, O. Gossens 617 and J. De Leeuw 621. Mellow Brew took two from the Service with C. Hinkins getting a 628 series and 225 'game. Frank Stuyvenberg rolled his 631 and 228 for the Service. Millers took two from Vandenberg with J. De Leeuw shooting 621 series and 230 game. For Van- denbergs, E. Vander Velden got 587 series and 220 game. The University took two from the Dairy with J. Vander Hyden getting 564 series and 214 game. For the Dairy, Pat Lemmers got 56 series and 215 game. Adler Brau took two from the Bottles with M. Verkuilen getting 595 series and 212 game. For the Bottles the Rev. Hietpas had .559 series and 218 game. Match scores: Mahawa, Omro i 0 ""'" l ~ 9U " s ** ' Get Together Monday Battle to Tie in Tri-CountyTilt Visitors Score in 2nd Period, Wolves Come Back in Third Manawa -- After spotting Omro a touchdown in the second quarter, Manawa High school's football team came back in the last half to completely outplay the invaders and | gain a 7 to 7 tie in a Tri-County j league contest here Thursday afternoon. The deadlock gives the Wolves a record of one win and one tie in conference competition, i Coach Carl Swiston's aggregation ! displayed amazing improvement ov-! er the showing made a week ago | at Waupaca and during the final j two periods, Omro had all it could j do to keep in the ball game. The i line continually outcharged Coach The annual get-together and good time for baseball players who competed in the Outagamie County league will be held at 8 o'clock Monday evening at the Black Creek auditorium. Announcement of the event was made today by H. J. Weller, league president. Any player who competed in the loop this season is invited. There also will be a discussion of next year's plans and representatives of Hortonville, Seymour and Bonduel teams will be present. Kimberly Agog As Conference Season Opens Papermakers Will Square Off With Pulaski Tonight Toby Emmon's fprwardTand opened j , Kimberly -- The Papermaker vil- huge holes for the two Barrgton Iage is bubol ' n £ football enthusiasm as a result of the recent 937 1008 910 927 Brews (2) Service (1) Millers (2) Vandenberg Q) 945 University i2 boys. Bob and Dean, and Floyd . Esche to scamper through for long | victories of Coach Ray Hamman's gains. On defense, the Wolves were Hlgh school gridders over Chilton, 968--2913 i j ust as tough and Omro was able ' and Little Chute. The Papermakers i 976--2813 i to register but two first downs in ! now are Preparing for their first 877 994 946--2817J the last half--both on forward ! conference game at 8 o'clock to- eling to Shawano will be Ray Wippich, Armin Weber, T. J. Wiegand, Robert Pomeranka. Eugene Bralz, Tom Calder, Duke Dorow, Ambrose Naleway, Don Garrigan, Fred Landskron. Harold Block, Ed Calder, Don Drucks, Verl Franz, William Hafemeister, Edward Naleway, and M. Stabe. Officials for the game will be William Pickett. Ray Montieth, and Myrlon Scims. all of Appleton. The contest is scheduled to start at 2 o'clock The Bluejays held a final intensive drill Thursday that lasted u n t i l dark and then was transferred to Butte des Morts field for a few attempts at extra point. Donald DruckF. reserve left half, booted the points from placement with regularity. Thr Jays showed the be.'' form of the season in their finril drill although thev will have a job in opening holes'in the Shawano !? m ^ E £^ 8OCIATION line which again is big. Schmaling, Knippel High At 12 Corners Former Bangs 664 Series and Latter Hammers 252 Game Cincinnati Is WinnerBehind Bucky Walters up with a surprise if they can ordinate aerial attack. , Tomorrow's program of games j also offers such early season classics as the Nebraska-Minnesota j clash at Minneapolis and the Michigan-Michigan State feud at Ann Arbor. University officials have 882 856 883 803 899 924--2768 'passes. , n i f?ht with Pulaski at the ball park.) 938 812--2732 , The visitors scored their touch- The home eames are scheduled for j 879 913--2633; down late m the first quarter. A 7:3 ° this ' ear but because of. 839--2628 ,12-yard jaunt around left end by ', services at Holy Name church Fri- · W. L' ! ?0tb Century K 0 Center Val i T of Center 5 1 K. B AutX Miller. Piehl 4 2 Fuller-Good Ticdts Thresh. 3 3 Al Giescn Tav. Lewis Bellile 72, Richard Demming | favored to win another at Columbus 69. John Sullivan 63, Arden Smith j tomorrow 65. Bert Saterstrom 77. William Wai- The defending champions, loaded ker 73, Bill Brown 56, Floyd Wat- with veterans, triple threat stars kins 74. Orland Otis 67. Jim Bodoh, and a highly regarded all America 53. Eddie Huettner 51, George Web- candidate in quarterback Don Scott. ler 57, Harley Kohl 61, Raymond are considered just too powerful Much 52. Detford Hanke 58. Donald ' for the Boilermakers. Bricco 62. Ruben Westphal 68. Gene *Even so, Purdue, well stocked Wyman 53. Theodore Roberts 70. j with veterans of its own, may come j B^les'^l) up with a surprise if they can co- ! Badgers Ready For Marquette Stuhldreher Hasn't Named Lineup but Drills Hint Choices I touchdown drive after an exchanae lar lineup with the exception of Madison--W-Except for a light' of punts had left the \volves in pos- two changes. John Gaffney will ( me-up drill today, the University' session on their own 23 midway play full back and F Van Cuyk be m a k l n * lheir season debuts, o f Wisconsin football squad has in the third period. The two Bar- will play left half. Kimberly de, ,, . , . . , . , -samer. tomorrow. Illinois takes on Bradley. i completed training drills for its, ringtons collaborated on running feated Pulaski last vear 27 to 6 ss An individual hero? Outside Iowa plays South Dakota and Wis- annual game with Marquette Uni- , plays to pick up a first down and a , the Papermakers ran wild with in- Bucky Walters, who limited Detroit' consin. crippled by early season Jn-; v e r s i t v tomorrow. 'pass from Bob Barrington to Cap- tercepted passes The high school to three hits yesterday, that probab- junes and lneh g lbllltl *- encounters; Although Coach Harry Stuhldre- ' tain Orville Patton placed the ball band will 'be out as usual to play ly would be Jimmy Richie f tough Mar( 3 uette eleven, all in . her has pos t p oned naming his start( on Omro's 40. Esche picked up 12 peppy numbers during the game. " 1ome Barnes. . 'ing lineup, he paid special atten- at right tackle and another aerial, In order to give fans an opportun- The one school starling the cam- j tion in practlce yesterday to a back- this time from Bob Barrington to ity to compare the teams, the weight laign away from home this week is , field consis ti n g of Hadley Hoskins ' Bruce Brown, gave the Wolves a and numbers of each player follows: vorthwGSt.crn. wnicn tests 3 r c j - ! _ _ j T-\*^_ -K*:ti*.-- *.± i**in-.^.~i-- TV...** .·#iw* rim*-* «.« 4U«. nz. ·»-_ ·»?--__·« · _ _ *»._ *^»__« · . «.»_ Dairy (1) 856 864 Brau (2) 883 906 896--2578 i Captain Egan from the Manawa 43 dav evening, the game will start at started the fireworks and a pass 8 o'clock. ]from Egan to Weingarten in the' The canny coach of Kimberly did flat was good for another first down not let his charges open up and on Manawa's 17. The same combina- · shoot the works against Chilton and tion worked the identical play a ' Little Chute. The two teams mere- moment later and Weingarten cov- ly gave the Papermakers a goood ered the remaining distance with- workout in preparation for meeting out a hand being laid on him. The ' Coach Clifford Alberts' gridders little halfback added the extra point i Friday evening. In meeting Pulaski from placement. t the home boys expect to get one of Manawa In Drive the hardest tests in conference play. The locals started a 77-yard Coach Hamann will use his regu- CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 predicted better than 60,000 crowds , for each game. and Rudy York, who are bad when Indiana, tabbed as the conference they stand up there swinging the darkhorse. will be host to Texas in polished oak. Cincinnati had the ' the Hoosiers' opener. _ ^__ pitching edfie. That made it fairly ' CHher conferei ? ce members also i tune-up drill today, the University' session" on"~theVr own oven. It looked like iy Ripple. home games _ He is a somewhat corpulent young Kent, who was sent kiting first by the New York GianU and then bv ,, , , , _ , , - , _ , th» 73,-TMi,i TI j », · , " vamped line-veteran backfield «h- Brooklyn Dodgers. Neither team bit j ion aginst Svracuse . run into the far distant right field problem. Halfbacks Cliff Wise and Herman Knippel pasted a 252 stands with a mate on base That Dave Nelson were drilled as kick- Lawrence and Knox Gridders Here Tomorrow CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 house. He is back on the cridrron of. Centered Fuller-Goodman with 10 , K][) after a year 1 *! absence but his work totals of 2.726. Campbell rf on the 1938 championship club Twentieth Century marie It three Hiccms.sh ba?n't been forgotten. He's st.l! a s'raight over Center Valley Co-Op Ao«-eT ° possibility at tackle, too. and if his to kc °P ! ' 5 5latc clca " and retain Corsica j Moulder" holds up probably v,ill a lon? llnlci on f i r s t Place. i 5cc fiO mituitc^ of \-l;\y. SpaldmK. Othcr h " :h individual series wore 185 pounds, is startins his second Sam Bnlocnc 603 and Knippel 607. stason after a good first year last There were plenty of games over ^''Vt'eTdav'hf h ' m *~^ l^er Y«" mater of C oach Lvnn Waldorf. 2 4 terday he came up, all unbeknownst, J J and slapped a fine left-handed home alma !van. i ana Don Miller at halfbacks, Tom'first down on the 15. Xo. Kimberly iFarris at quarter, and George Pask- Esche again cracked the line for 62 Smits Good punting s still Michigan's | sophomore. dependable ground-gaining-five yards and Dean Barrington 64 ! senior, at fullback. Haskins is a picked up four more around left 71 end. Diminutive Bob Barrington 77 The forward wall lineup appear- slammed through center for four 53 1 more uncertain however The 1 yards and a first down on the two 73 ' - - · ' · ' ~ - " ' " - 6 0 61 66 79 74 Pos. Pulaski No. LE Usiak 17 Dufrane LT Majiski 25 Van B'g'rd LG Nick 21 Verkuilen C Kolodiezak 20 Verbeteri RG Prokop'etz 23 Vander Vel. RT Kizior 28 Van Ham. RE B'naszynski 26 C. Gaffney QB Luebke 16 Van Cuyk H Erdman 22 Larson H Kuiowski 14 J. Gaffney FB Powilzyak 13 n 4 n « n s (i - n 1 n 2 n Reserv Miloscvich will be at right half Dave Schreiner at end. outstanding game, both offensively No _ Kilnbcr , y o and Ken Cheeley at center, the u n - ' Stuhldreher put the entire squad and defensively, while Patten, Ol- 7n Van H imburcen ' -- Hass and Klotzbuechcr also 76 Van Nuland N.L fall. .larvis Linslc and George Stuart w i l l be at the w i n e jwitions. They vi "c t i p the scale* ;it 180 pound?. Both 21 ~ the coveted 200-mark with Schmal- Kiting 211. 224 and 229, Ors 215 200. Orville Tcchlin Bolopnc 242. Chet Stecker arc playing their second year and 206, 218, Joe Blair 225, Jess Schubert arc considerably better in all dc- ^23 212. S. Voecks 11, Rex Vick 201. partments than last season. They t Match results: are fair pass receivers. | Century 3 854 R21 894--!1569 Bob Mclntosh. who Rets the start- Co-Op 0 t 774 776 me assignment at center, is the Goodman 1 » 943 880 l i c h t w e i f i h t among the linemen. Auto Co i 2 ' R80 892 However, he'll bo backnip up the Threshers ( 2 RS6 809 line on defense and will bo down Piehl i l 73fi 804 on the turf only when pass me the Center i 3 POR R7P ball. Ho. too. is playing his second Giescn ifn R49 697 season of ball and has improved , _ . , , . . , . I n d n ^ t r i m l Lmrup considerably in his diagnosis of w - j^t plays and his a b i l i t y against passes Crrm Lan P Hammer Won't Play wr'Jr""E^V. Tho backfield is somewhat of n AhcmsTav problem and the starters mav not T _ _ ~~ . . , . set the nod until ju.«t before game . Jcrr - v ScF«y showed midrcason j time. Frank Hammer is dcfimtelv , *TM as . bo blasted a 248 R ame ana . out of the game because of a b a d ! 6 1 ' . «*"» for ^dividual honors knee. He is a tail back, the man £«""* Industrial league matches a! who carries the ball under Hescl- Twclv '= Corners alleys this week j ton's scheme. Dusty Rhodes may , Top team totals were turned in by j R et the assignment but again h e , Achcson Oil company with a 933 may not because of n weak ankle., a n d Greon Lantern Bar with a 2 , - , Wcrbcr 3h M.McCormirk rf Goodman.rf F.McCormick.lh Ripplr.U Wilson.r Myentj- Walters.p _Toia!s nrtreTriAL) Clnclnnntl ( X L ) AM R 3 n n n :4 K ro i 0 3 certain spots. i through an extensive drill against "r · " ,, . . , ., - - --. * * * ,'Marquette plavs. emphasizing de- showed ^ \ cl1 . in ' le 1 . ine - . Ma . na - 75 Frasetto J Ohio State concentrated on pass-' lense asamst a - erjal formations . The ^. s C "' lrRe ** ck TM* P ^ d ^ 50 Dietzen - ing practice, with Dick Fisher at of vesterdav s p ractlc e was de- bua " W i t h 4 B o b and Dean Barrington H Ebben » left half in place of the injured J.m voted ^ pdishing offense. ^° wms the way ' 4 StrausbauRh. Purdue also s.gm- Harrv R Schwenker , 1ickct ^les Manawa . . t i i » · * T xiiiii \ iv. K?IUN\ ciifvtrj, liLfLtri. ^dIt;^ -n«+#«« o f,ed ,t would depend largely upon djrecto ' r estimated 30 m would Patton n aerials in the Rarne at Columbus. U]rn Qut for ^ Re ad Olsen In\va had its first secret prac- , ,, . , ,, ,,, . . ,, w«ss -- ' - · ' · » T "· I'Stt^rt e-ald Yi*r»p 1ri» *'Hac-f »-r* ·»»j-»»^T-r-* t __. JJ t:ce. Coach Eddie Anderson's prob- s nble starters included two sopho- n : vance sale was the "best in years.", He's No. 1 Bleacherite 5 __rr 11 wo CMII nno--.3 nn 100 oox---. Error -Tcbtaetts nn? o--r il" tcr - Joost ' ^'y^ Ripplr :. Wcrbr WM--Ji.b Grccnbcr»! Two basr h m - W a l t p n W -i R31--2381 . 0 .., Pl« Uoublp ola~Wcrhrr. Joo^: sr.d F i -"to- McCornvck Tjrnrd nins -- -Oet-o't n Cin 7R3--2323 cmnatt 5. u-ft on hasp^-Dctroit 3. Cin- p-jg 1~ n f} rlnna " S Ba.rf on h a l l s -- W a l t e r 4 Bai - -'ie o-T-i trl1 ^fCovky :. Grfonbprc Rev r 1 (15--_JM ^\\crbi-r'. Strvirk mi; --bv WnHrrr 4 'Yo-k ( 2. K n u c . Gorsirn bv ROUT 1 1 Cormick : bv Gortic.i 1 iMvcr mores--right end Wilford Burkett nnd left halfback Bill Stauss. * * * Bernic Bierman planned to have Rum batted in~-G-hr- 37 Minnesota players ready for battle n.cainst Nebraska. The only uncertain Gopher was Gene Bierhau=. sophomore quarterback, who an injured Icj: pectcd to start the veterans Dick ^ m i n m c Ricnards. Red Hahnenstcm. Ike Detroit --r,-- Lou Sparks, 40. won the honors today as No 1 bleachers fan in t h e " lineup for Esche world series tickets at Briggs Stad- Beyers mm. G. Barrincton Spiegelbere Moore D. Barrington B. Barrincton LE LT LG C KG BT RE QB LH RH FB Omro Tice Gehrke Stmemate? Bowers Challoner Roberts Block Birkholz Weingarten fi8 72 05 67 69 27 21 65 Prue Ewer Mauthe Stuyvenberg Busch Lemmers Willis C. Gaffney Smits Pnl.vski No. Mayer 27 Roderick 0 Majeski 19 Banaszynski 24 De Bauche 0 Dombrowski n Zielinskl 11 Komersauk 18 Kubiak 15 Klapper 0 Staszak 0 Wojak 0 Mitchell 0 Milwaukee -- Brothers Charles Ecan. and Jack Pcifer of Wauwatosa. O'Rourke vis. loom as good bets for first L 1 w t i 1 Artier Rrau ." 3 ' 2 Silver Top T»--. 3 4 1 ? Homp1e C T. 2 4 · 3 Ache.«on O.I 1 5 ' ^j c * Kenforri and Don Clawson 1:1 its rueh- I backficld at Svracuse. . . Bo Mc- Sparks said he won his froiit Substitutes: Manawa -- Amador. string tackle berths on the Mar' as ranking in the lineup by sprintins Brown. Scbider, Fcr.c. Smith. Klotz- quette university football tearrl this . Northwestern ex(o thc park from t h f i n ^ arcfi racijo buecher. Omro--Kettelwel, Hehvip. fall. Chuck earned his letter on Klemschmidt. Shelp. Rice. Wentzel the Golden Avalanche varsity last Officials -- Referee. Stoecbauer, season, and Jack is looking good out was announced from Cincinnati. pitcher -Ro\ve M i l l m followed the policy of most Indiana squad with a light drill t h a t College: head linesman, Yohr. Man- j ac k likes to collect books on re- nf his colleagues and cased off thc didn't overlook passing, awa. County Board Proceedings SPECIAL SEPTEMBER SESSION County Clrrk^ Office. Sept r7 9 .W s m If he doesn't thc job may go to '647. !lfi R19 933 788 873 S14 873 858 R22 824 R17 89fi 816 911 907--2647 799--24^2 R6fi-- 261fi 915--2599 776--2465 769-- 24!M 822 777--2472 797 786 -- 2441 Boydcn Supiano who has been just Green Lantern Bar maintained its another back until this week but topue lead with a 2-Rame win over who has suddenly started to show [ Homple's Corners tavern, ball carryinc ability which, if car- ' Emil Scholz had a second high se- ried over into a game, may set him rics of 5!)9 - H 'R h games included up as the big surprise of the sea- Orville Kositzke 202, Harold Buck son. 20 ~- Walh- Maas 214. Jim Vorhajjcn Frank Ncncki has practically been 209. Cy Wcyrnbcrc 200. Emil Schoh nominated for the winp back po- 24fi ~ OR - Charlie Smith 206. sition Ijccausc of his bnll carrymc Team scores: ability and passing. Bob Osen and Lantern (2^ Art Kaemmer have been bnttlins so Homple's M l hard for thc fullback spot t h a t Achcson U Heselton has decided to start them Cy's (2) both. Osen is a sophomore who can Adler 2i kick with the best in the lenfiiic. Silver t l who plunges well and who backs! Western 2) up a line in most approved fashion.; Ahren's U Kaemmer also is a groat defensive player nnd a handy ball carrier and passer. His chief job, however, may be to direct calling of plays. But after going over the first squad, Coach Heselton has to think twice about reserves. There aren't many of them but they have a fail- amount of ability. If four of five | maples for a 618 scrips to share in- of the men can play the full 6 0 1 dividual honors during National minutes thc reserves will take care i league matches at Twelve Corners of the other positions. But, if somo ' "Hoys this week. Hamm-Valley of the key men arc lost, then i t ' l l , Quoen scored 963 and Philjjas collected 2,682 for high team marks. Throe teams are tied for the top rung. Second best series was a 580 by C. Sigl. Top games included Kohl- pAici bonds of said County described as County Asylum Buildir.c i HIP land* upon which the (ax certificates thev desire to purrhas* Bonds, lo the amount of $66.OOP, dated May 1, 193T. beinc bonds arr outstandirc numbered 10 to 75. of One Thousand Dollar denotation, and j Datcd thls - 7sh da v "-'RP^'^",. ·^^"ed due serially, subject to redemption prior to maturity, on May 1 j Frank J Schmidt. ^I^!a"k: % Curt n Rogers, Fred Kor.rad in each of the years 19-11 10 1957 Said bond* shall be presented ] Super\isor Jacobs moved to adopt. Roll call. at the office of the County Treasurer, in Appleton. Wisconsin. Members \ o t m c aye- Achesor.. Becker. Blake. Bleck. B!ohrr. MM ,,,,,-«:,,,,,. . n j n j j , , , , , . , , . W l t h s " c " l! P° r " : attached, and interest on said bonds shall cease Bonini. Bot;ensek. Bro«.n. Calmer. Co"radt, Corcoran. Dagsett, » Met pursuant to call and railed to order by Mike Mack, chair- after Js'ox ember 1. 1940. | DeJonc Delbndse. Dempsey. Diednch. 0my, Faust. Gar\-ey. Gen- Thif notice is issued pursuant to the law and resolution pur- ske. Grunwaldt. Gunderson. Heenar. Keener. Jacobs. Konrad. suant to which said bonds were issued. Krausr Kreut?berc. Kinit;m.in. La'hrop. McDamel. Miller. Muel- Memlvr^ nr^^^t- » i TJ i w, i «. . r~, ,_ r- Donc by order of l he Countv Board of Supervisors of Outa- ler. O'Connor. Pribnow Radtke Reiche!. Rocers. KocKe. Schiebler, memoers present. Aihcson. Becker. Blake. Bleck. Blohm. Bo- , ea m:e County. Wisconsin, this 27th day of September. 1EHO i Schmidt. Shimek. Stammer. Vandehey. Vandejach!, VanWj k. John E Hantschel. County Clerk of Outagamie Count. Wis. i Veitch. Wichmann. Williams. Zerbel. Zii.che 1 -. Mack . _ - . . . - Be It FXirther Resolved that thc Couny Board of Supervisors ] Member absent I-ane 32 \oted aye. 1 absent, resolution adopted. Grunwalrtt. Gunderson. Heenan, Hocner. Jacobs. Konrad. Krause. i does hereby appropriate for the pa.vmenl of vuch bond the si.m , X" 5 Report of :he committee on per diem and mileage. KrcMJbcrg. Kreutzman. Lathrop. McDaniel. Miller. Mueller. O'- ' o' S66.330 00 out of the General Fund of the County and that said Name r _ _. Connor. Pribnow. Radtke. Reichel Rogers. RORKC. Schiebler, j outstanding bonds are hereby called for redemption prior to ma- Fknd Acheson Schmidt Shimek, Summer. Vandehe\. Vnndeyacht. Van Wyk. turity in full compliance with thelaws and the proceedings pur- William Becker Veitch. Wichmann. Zerbel. Zinches, Mack. Williams suar.t to which said bonds were originally issued. Waller Blake Member abvent Lanp. Al! members present except Supcmsor , Dated this 27th day of September. A. D. 19*0, I^oo Bleik JJtnR. excused. j Respectfully submitted 'Fred B!oh-n . . . . 1. Call of special meetinp read Same wa« received and , Frank .T. Schmidt. M. Mack, Fred Konrad. Curt Rojer« E\ecu- Louis Bcniir, tn P Committee. John Botter.^ek Supervisor Radtke mOTCd to-adopt. Mr Raymond F Dohr Di4- W B Brown trict Attorney, explained to the beard the purrxxse of callinc the Fred X Ca!mc« . Asylum Bond* in the amount of SSfl ooo ,!·_ interest Fd Conrad'. man. Clerk called the roll. nmi. Bottetwk. Brown. Calmcs. Conradt. Corcorar. Daggett De- Jonc. Delbndfre. Dempsey. Diednch. Dmy. Faust. Gar^·e^ . Genske, . placed on f\le To. John E HunNchcl Count? Clerk. Outag.im.c Count?. Court HOU-.C. Appleton. Wis Pursuant to Section ?9 04 of the Wisconsin Statute* 19.17. tl-o Mileace Per R i f m S 04 r: -(4 Total $ ? '.2 S OS 7 40 R P O K 4 4 fi 6S Undei slimed, duly qualifier! member* of the Outagamie Couriy statmc Ihst thc County could make s Board of the Stale of Wisconsin, and constituting a majoruv thereo. 1 hereby request v\,v. a special meetins of the Countv Board of OutaRamie County be held at the Court House at Ap- due to lower interest John Corcoran National Sunn. Floral W. I.' * 2 Flflcstone Bar W. ^ ,,,.. n C. Sheet Met. 4 2,'Berlinrr 3 Hnmm Val. Q. 4 2'MillerH. L. 2 3 3'Mellow Brew 1 Harold Vcrstegen slapped « 232 game and George Fisher rocked the be something else again. Blue Eaglets Scheduled For Game This Evening The South Side Athletic club's Blue Eaglets will meet the newly organized White Hawks under the McKinley school playground lights tonight. The kickoft is scheduled for 7 o'clock. Another game with the Hawks is booked for Oct. 13 at Spencer field. The Eaglets do very little scrim* maging spending most of their practice periods on timing of plays, brushing up on fundamentals and er 207, Fisher 225, 221, A. Wcrth 201. Bill Platt 210, S. Verstegcn 206, B. Verstegen 206. C. Fries 200. C. Sigl 208, the Rev. Beth 210, B. Sperl 205, Frank Altman 224, E. Hopfensperg- cr 211. Match totals: Miller (2) 'Florals 1 Philgas (3) Flagstone i Oi handling thc ball properly. Sunday Mellow 1 afternoon thc squad will clash with | Hamni f2) Ihe J'ierce park Pirates at Spencer ; M*tal ! j Berliner (2) 856 798 936 8fi) 83-1 824 8S4 505 873 876 845 845 7f9 837 8fl9 863 792--2521 7SO--2464 901--2682 850--2864 781--2381 !63--2624 877, 2fiSO B86--2S54 rate bv rcisMimR these bonds and make a substantial savins to Georse Daecctt thc cour.ty Roll call. Jacob DoJoni - --- --- ,, Members votmi; «ye Acheson. Becker B'akp. Bleck. Blohm. J B Pelbridse pleton. Wisconsin, on the I7th dn\ of September, 19W. at 9 "0 Bonini Bottensek. Brown. Calmes, Conradt, Corcoran, nacgeti Miles P Demps, O'clock in the forenoon DeJont;. Delbndee, Demp^cy. Diednch, Diny. Fau-;i G a r \ c \ . ( J o h n Diedru-h It is requested that m addition to an.\ other business that may Genske. Grunwaldt, Gunderson. Heenan. Hefrner. Jacobs Konrad. Peter X Dir.y . be broupht up on said day the following be made a special order ! Krause Kreutzbers. Krcuizman. I-athrop. McDaniel. Miller. M-:el- I-ouis .7. Fau.-t . of business- ler, O'Connor. Pribnow. Radtke. Reichel. Rogers. Kogge, Schieh- P M Garve . "Thc consideration by the County Board of calling, on Novem- j ler Schmidt. Stammer. Vandehey. Vandeyacht. Van Wyk. Veitch. Arthur Genske ber l, mo. the unpaid portion of the Asylum Bond Issue m the Wichmann, Williams. Zerbel. 7-uiches. Mack. T. A Grunwaldt ·mount of Sixt.\-six thousand i$66.000 001 Dollars." Dated this 19th day of September. A. D 1940. NamB r. O. Addrn« I. Fred Konrad. Wfi 6th St , Kaukauna I. Mike Mack, Shiocton 3 Frank J. Schmidt. Buchanan 4. Curt Rogers, New London 5. John N Corcoran, Kaukauna fi. Michael Jacobs. 302 E. Harrison St . Appleton 7. Henry Kreuttberg. R. 1, Hortonv ille K Lloyd Lang. Kimberly 9 Fred N Calmes. 1413 X. Meade St , Appleton in John H. Vandeyacht. Lit'.lc Chute 11. Peter G. Reichel. Kaukauna 12. J. B. Delbridgc. Kaukauna l.VLom.t J. Faust. Kaukauna 14. Martin Williams, Combined Locks 15. Frank McDaniel. R. 2. Kaukaunn 1C. Jacob P. DC Jong, R 2, Ksukouna 17. John H. "Hegncr. 1213 N Appleton St . Appleton l(t. Henry Vandehey. 1828 ?C. Appleton St.. Appleton 19. A. W. Zerbel. 613 W. Franklin St., Appleton 20. P. J Heenan. 631 \V. Prospect Ave., Appleton 21. Ferdinand Radtke. 1013 N. State S t , Appleton 22. Ben C. Shimek, 529 S. Fair-view St.. Appleton 23. Otto \V. Rogge. MS N. Appleton St., Appleton 24. Emmet O'Connor. R. 2. Appleton 25. George P. Miller. 1207 W. Elsie St.. Appleton 20. L. A. Stammer, 902 E. Hancock St.. Appleton 27. Chas. J. Sehtenlcr, 1122 W. Spencer St., Appleton Sums was received nnd placed on file. No. 2. Resolution of the Executive Committee read. (Redemption of outstanding bonds on the County Asylum.) RESOLUTION Be It and It Is Hereby Resolved, by thc County Board of Supervisors of Outagamle County, Wisconsin, that the County Clerk of this County be authorized »nd is hereby directed to give notice of the redemption on November 1, 1940 of thc outstanding nnd unpaid bonds of the issue of J75.000 County Asylum Building Bonds of this County, dated May 1. 1937, said outstanding and unpaid bonds being bonds numbered 10 to 7,V bearing interest at the rate of Three Per Centum i,T~, per annum, of One Thousand j Member absent: Lang. 52 voted aye. 1 absent, resolution adopted j B. F Gunderson . j No 3. Invitation from the National Guard Relations Committee [ Patrick J. Heenan | of the Oney Johnston Post of the American Legion w i t h refer( Johu H. Hcgner . . l ence to attending the public mass meeting to be held on Octo- Mike Jacobs ber 15. 1940. ONEY JOHNSTON POST XO 38 AMERICAN LEGION APPLETON, WISCONSIN September 26 1940. To the Honorable Members of the Outagamie County Board- Fned Konrad . . . . . Fred Krause Her.ry Kreutibcrg ! Carl Kreutzman . I Jess ijathrop Frank McDantel Gentlemen: An invitation is hereby extended to your honor- '.George P Miller i able body to participate in a public mass meeting on October !.", Alfred Mueller 1940. sponsored by the American Legion X.itional Guard Rc'.n- , Emmet O'Connor tion* Committee. This public mass meeting is for the purpose of ,' Otto Prihnow extending thc appreciation of the citizens of Outagamie County Fermnand R.^ritke to she National Guard Company upon recemng orders from the r G Reichel Federal Government to mobilize Curt F Rogers . . The mass meeting will be proceeded bv a parade commencing i Otto Rogge at 7 SO p m. from the Armory and the County Board i hcrebv , Cha? Schiebler . respectfully requested to take part in this parade and march as a I Frank J Schmidt body. As members of the County Board, w e feel that vou arc , Ber. C Shimek malty interested in the national defense program of our countr\ I Louis A Stammer 1 and mist that you will avail yourself of this invitation and take | Henry Vandehev ! part in the program. 'John Vandcyjcht ; Respectfully submitted Richard V a n W v k t Karl Engel. Paul Wilke. August Afens. A. H Bunks. James Bal- James Veitch . . . . 1 het, John F. Hantschcl. National Guard Regions Committee, 'George E. Wichmann 1 Oney Johnston Post No. 38. American Legion. i Martin Williams ; . . . 1 Supervisor Brown moved to adopt by a rising vote Unanimous- J A W Zerbel . j, l ly adopted. -' 40 1 9." 1 OS 12 1 44 1 .!2 2 JO I «1J t : l 08 41 34 2 « J 13 ,M No. 4. Resolution of the Executive Committee read (County Treasurer not to sell or transfer by assignment any tax certificates held by the County,' To the Honorable County Board of Outagamie County, Wisconsin. Gentlemen: Whereas. It is to the be«t Interest of the County of Outagamio to bid In and become the purchaser of all lands sold for taxes, Now. Therefore. Be It Resolved, that the County Treasurer for and on behalf of Outagamie County and pursuant to Section 74.44 of the Statutes of 1939. be and hereby is authorised and directed to bid in and become the purchaser of all land* for laves for the [Arthur Zuiche"! Mike Mack Totals 41 42 1139 .- on 5 oo -·, oo :·. oo 500 ? oi 5 oo ? no 5 0(1 :. w 500 ? 00 ^ 00 500 ; on :- cw\ ."· oo =1 Oil % no on no ·, no -·, no .1 Ml S O O : on S 00 5 mi 5 "" S 00 S no 500 7 4r K O S :·- 12 6 'IS B 12 7 41 6 9 2 S 9" s n 5 12 5 13 6 44 fi 32 7 40 fi 1J ' 12 S t? -. HI 7 S4 3 ' "* K IIS 7 \2 ? 13 ? 12 fi SS 5 12 5 !J S 12 5 3 4 5 12 7 «4 5 12 5 54 t 12 7 6 4 7.52 69 .14 $265 00 $329 0* Dated this 27th day of September. A. D 1940. Respectfullv submitted. P. J. Heenan, Jacob DeJong. James Veitch. Supervisor Dir.y moved to adopt. Roll call Members voting aye: Acheson. Becker, Blake, Bleck. Blohm, Bonml. Bottensek. Brown. Calme«. Conrddt, Corcoran. DaRgett, DeOon»;. Delbridse. Demp-*\, Plednch, Dlny. Fauit. Garvey. Genske, Grunwaldt. GunderMni, Heenan. Hegncr. Jacobs, Konrad, denomination, and due senally subject to redemption prior to maturity, on Mav 1 m each of the ear* 194! to 19J7. »nd Mid notice to b* in substmitulTv the following form: NOTICF, OF REDF.MPTION amount of taxes, interest »nd charges remaining unpmd thereon, Kraise Kreutzberg. Kreut/man, 1-ithrop. McDaniel, Miller. Muel« * n * ler. O'fonnor. Pribnow, Radtke Ren het, Rogers. Rosse. Schier-Be It Further Resohed that the Countv Trea r urer pursunn' to Irr Schmidt. ShimeK. Stammer. Vandehey Vandeacht Van Section 7534 of the St»tutc« of 1939. be and herein- is ordered W\ V. Veitch. Wichmann, W i l l i a m s . Zerbet 7.uirhf«. Mack -- .and directed not to sell and transfer, bv assignment, »nv tax l Member aojent Ijinc Notic* Is Hereby Given That Outi«*mle Cmmtv in calling for certificates held by th« county except to tho*« persons who »r« ' -:er r^esRsiics ea Novunbw 1. 18*0, u« oui*wnwS$ and UB- ' boe* ad* holdm tad ·watri ·! « Baortgaj* Uta «· and upon I ..-...,. .- \oted a\c. 1 ah.sent. report adopted. 1 j Supervisor Lathrop moved to adjourn. Motion prevailed JOHN C. UAOTSCUEU County C .HRCHIVF.* UAWTSCUEU County CUik. Oshkosh Teacher? College: umpire. ,his year Chuck's hobby is avia-! Kruepc. Oshkosh State Teachers tion and he's a licensed pilot, while, H A R T S C H A F F N E R M A B t f LOOK AT BEFORE YOU LEAP In the market for a suit? Don't rush to buy the first bargain you spy-- if may prove expensive. Come into ourstoreandgelacquainted with Triple Test-- you'll find it's the start of a long- wearinLr friendship -- for Triple Test is unquestionably the topnotch suit in town and represents, dollar f or dollar, as fara- we know, thebestvalueforthtnnoney. Tailored by HART SCHAFFNER MARX $35 Others from $22.50 129. E. Colleq. Avt.