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MONROE EVENING TIMES, MONROE, WISCONSIN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1948 PAGE THREE Social Events Pre-Nuptial Showers Honor Florence Gerber And George Salzwedel A pre-nuptial celebration was staged last evening when Mr. and Mrs. Fred Salzwedel entertained at their home at a dinner and shower for their son, George, and his bride-to-be, Miss Florence Gerber. They will be married Saturday. The young couple also was honored at a shower Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kesler, route 1. Mrs. Kesler and Mrs. Willard Mauermann were co-hostesses. Prizes in court whist were awarded at the Kesler home to Miss Janice Gibbons, Miss Ann Huber, Carl Burgy, Chester Wvss and Robert Wichelt. Others present Friday evening •were Messrs, and Mmes. Robert Salzwedel, . Montgomery Chesebro, Chester Wyss, Willard Mauermann, Clifford Kesler, Misses Florence Gerber, Janet Hiltbrand, Phyllis Ladwig, Donna Shomeyer, Messrs. Duane Zweifel, George Salzwedel, Clifford Ladwig, John Kaderly, Bernard Lee and Frank "Salzwedel. At the combined dinner and shower last evening at the Salz- -wedel home were Miss Eda and TVnma Salzwedel, Edward and Frank Salzwedel and Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Gordee of Woodford, "Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hartwig, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Salzwedel and Frank Siedschlag of Juda, Mr. and Mrs. George Hartwig, Miss Florence Gerber of Monroe and Mrs. Henry Siedschlag of Shawano. SEX ARE INVESTED At a candlelight service six Girl Scouts of troop 3 were invested with tenderfoot rank. Girls who passed their requirements are Betty Rees, Sandra Simpson, Genese Dwyer, Ruth Dwyer, Rita Mulligan and Shirlev Laeser. Serving on the hostessing committee were Donna Davidson, Judith Thorp and Mary Carol Thompson, Refreshments were taken care of by Patricia Thorp, Maureen Bruni and Marcia Sery. Entertainment was provided by Glenda Langston, Darlyne Keel, Barbara Springberg, Karen Lengacher and Glenda Martin. On the clean up committee were Jacqueline Grant, Rose Aeschliman, Marian Walker and Bernadine Richards. The troop now is working on the World Neighbor badge. The senior patrol is working for first class badges. Mrs. John Bruni and Miss Helen B u r k- hard are leaders FAREWELL PARTY A farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Grimm and son, Delbert, who are moving to Brodhead this week, was held at the Grimm home in Adams township Friday evening. A picture and purse of money •were played later in the evening. Attending the party were Messrs, and Mmes Edward Saunders, Gordon Busser, Melvin Brooks, Emil Rufer sr., Chester A. Johnson and son, Stanley, Julian Rear and daughters, Lloyd Rufer and daughter, Alfred Meier and son, Casper Durtschi and son, Alvin, Oscar Tschabold, Carl S i e d- schlag, Robert Isely, Edward Bidlingmaier and family, Andrew Legler and daughter, and Joel and Arthur Kelly. John Baeblers Feted On 25th Anniversary In Mt. Pleasant Home Mr. and Mrs. John H. Baebler, Mt. Pleasant township, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary yesterday. Table decorations at noon were in silver and blue with a wedding cake for the centerpiece. Each were presented flowers by their small granddaughter, Mary Cheryl Marty. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. William V. Baebler, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schlittler, Mrs. John Baebler sr., Monticellb; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reasa and children, Terry and Lynne, Albany, Mr. and Mrs. John Marty j and daughter, Mary Cheryl, j Browntown, and the Baeblers' son, Hollis. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Milbrandt and daughters, Marilyn and Carol, Monticello. Guests for dinner last evening were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hammerly, Monticello; Mr. and Mrs. Don Trow, Albany, the Martys and Mrs. Power Firm's Tax Gives City $7,654 Payment on Property In County $43,116 The city of Monroe received $7,645.14 as its share of the taxes totaling $11,761.75 levied by the Wisconsin tax commission in 1947 against property of Wisconsin Power and Light Co. in Monroe. For the previous year, the city's share was $6,604.22. Increases in allocations to local districts, the firm reported in a survey, average about 10 per cent above the 1946 figures. A general raise by the tax commission accounts for part of the increase and the balance results from additions to plant property. Total payment by the firm to the state treasurer Dec. 1 was $1,313.393.49. an increase of $117,226.16. u M M __ | Method of tax distribution from superintendent"of : ~the~Wiscon- | money paid the state treasury by ASSUMES DUTIES Jess H. Norenberg, started his duties — Rev. 51, has as state sin Congregational conference. He has been pastor at Glen Ellyn, 111., the last five years and formerly held pastorates in Eau Claire, Sparta, Lake Mills and Stoughton. Rev. Norenberg succeeds Rev. T. R. Faville, Photo) electric companies is unchanged. The city received 65 per cent of the tax on all power company property with corporate limits, the county 20 and the state retained 15. Later, 46 per cent of income taxes paid by the firm will BO to who resigned. (AP i taxing districts. 9 per cent to the from Browntown, Baebler sr. Lydia Schlittler and John H. Baebler were married Feb. 1, 1923, at Monticello. They have farmed in Mt. Pleasant town-1 esses in turn. Members will pre- j $974 from this source. I rounties and 45 per I state. Last year, Lonely Irish Soldier • Wears Miss Dietrich's Lipstick Caress Proudly Seattle — (/P) —A screen star's lipstick and that of a Seattle girl were worn proudly today by a red-haired soldier—but like the Irish diplomat he is he declined to comment on their respective merits. Pfc. Hugh Kenny, 23, arrived in Seattle en route to visit a sister, Mrs. Eileen Paulson •of Vancouver, B. C. with lipstick marks just as they had been left by Marlene Dietrich at Hollywood. The movie actress bought young Kenny's tickets and kissed him goodbye as he enplaned for Vancouver Saturday. She met him on a hospital visit, learned he only had one relative in this country and promised him the trip when he could travel. He is a native of Ireland. Grounded here by weather, Kenny got to discussing the thrill of movie kisses with Miss Stephanie Selcho, an airlines passenger agent. This led to that—and it wasn't long before he got another kiss, Seattle-style. Livestock Market Chicago —(fl 5 )— (USDA)—Salable hogs 9,500, total 11,500; barrows and gilts under 240 Ib 2550 cents higher; heavier weights i and sows steady to 25 cents higher; closed slow at advance; top 27.25 sparingly; bulk good and choice 170-230 Ib 26.75-27.15; mainly 27.00; 240-270 Ib 25.75126.25; few loads 230-250 Ib 26.50(26.75; bulk good and choice 280300 Ib 24.50-25.50; 300-350 Ib 24.- 39-42; broilers 33-35; old roosters 18; f. o.. b. wholesale market: heavy ducks 36; small ducks 26; ducklings 36. Wall Street Trading New York — (f) — Stocks today began the new month with modest and selective rising inclinations although market dealings were quiet and exceptions in evidence. Delayed reinvestment de- Appleton Post-Crescent City Editor Succumbs Appleton — (JP) — Donald L. Christiensen, 39, city editor of the Appleton Post-Crescent since 1938, died yesterday. He had been ill since last September. Christiansen was born at Amery, Wis., and attended Lawrence college here, starting man'Talded assort^ favorites, work on the Post-Crescent while Professional bidding for a re- 25-24.50; most good and choice sumption of the recent 350-550 Ib sows 23.25-24.00. j Salable cattle 14.00, total 14,- JOOO; salable calves 1,000, total 1,000; fed steers and heifers weak to 50 cents lower; mostly 50 cents off; bulk good and choice weighty steers unsold; some bids 1.00 lower; most good and choice steers 27.50-35.00; early top 35.00; most good and I choice heifers 26.00-31.50; num- I erous loads good to choice Col! orados 29.25-31.50; .t o p heifers 32.00; cows weak to 50 cents, SEURIKG-ZIMMERMAN The wedding of Myron Paul Seuring of Baileyville and Miss Myrna Zimmerman of Freeport yesterday in the Freeport Embury Methodist church was attended by. a number of Clarno relatives of the groom. Mrs. Martha Grenzow, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Schroeder and son, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Schroeder and daughters, Frances and Jo Ann of Clarno were present at the The „ and Mrs. Richard Seuring of Baileyville. The bride is the daughter ceremony and reception, groom is the son of Mr. of Mrs. Earle Zimmerman Freeport. of ANVOTJNCE BETROTHAL Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rothen- buehler, route 4, announce the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine Rose to Wayne Stamn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stamn, route 1, Monroe. No date has been set for the wedding. S25 to S300 How much cash do yon need to meet that obligation? We bare it ready to lend yon and you may have up to 20 months to repay. Monroe Quick Loans Co. 1028}« 17th Avenue Phone 1979 Above Blumer Drue Co. W. H. M. Bayne, mgr. ship since their marriage. The Baeblers have two children, Mrs. John Marty, Browntown, and Hollis, at home; one grandchild, Mary Cheryl Marty. OBSERVE ANNIVERSARIES On the occasion of the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Prien and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Babler yesterday, Miss Clara Geigel entertained at her home. The Bablers, marking their 32nd anniversary, held a family dinner at home, joining the Priens and other guests of Miss Geigel in the afternoon. Attending the Babler dinner were their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Babler, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Babler and Willis Babler of Milwaukee. Present at the Geigel dinner, with Miss Geigel as hostess, were Mr. and Mrs. Prien, celebrating their 26th anniversary, •and their daughter, Mary Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Stauffacher and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marty. A decorated anniversary cake served as centerpiece of the luncheon at the Geigel residence later in the afternoon. The Babler family, Mrs. John Heitz and John Geigel, as well as dinner guests of Miss Geigel were all present. ATTEND WSCS MEET Mrs. H. F. Cunningham of Monrpe; conference treasurer, arid' Mrs. D. M. Howery of South Wayne, conference promotion secretary, attended the summer school and administrative committees of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service of the West Wisconsin conference at Eau Claire Wednesday through Friday. Mrs. Howery is publicity chairman for the third annual school of missions to be held at Frontenac, Minn. Aug. 25-29. Miss Ethel Stephens of Platteville is registrar. The administrative committee sent a wire to Sen. Alexander Wiley, expressing the opposition of the group to compulsory military training. Senator Morse Raps Republican Program „.,.,-„ ... ....... .... .„ ,,-- v — „„ Madison— (/P) —The republican pare lessons for Sunday school j State property taxes of $43,- party faces defeat in the Novem- as well as discuss various top- j ics. A league for girls will soon be formed. PROJECT LEADERS MEET Juda — (Special) — Project leaders of Juda center homemaker clubs met Thursday at the Jacob Jones home here for instruction hi .the second phase of "Color in the Home." The project, which involves practical application of color schemes in the home, will be presented to individual clubs by the leaders during February. 116.38 were levied against the power firm's property in Green county' and $8,623.29 was paid the 1 ber election unless it liberalizes its 17.50 down; most beef cows 18.00-21.00; bulls 25 cents lower at 23.25 down; vealers steady at 33.00, mostly 32.00, down; stock cattle scarce but weak. Produce technical comeback provided a prop. A mild revival of tax hopes brought some purchasing. Skeptics still were plentiful, however, and these either held aloof or trimmed accounts. ' Attracting purchasers were Rock Island Railrond, Illinois Central, U. S. Steel, General Motors, Goodrich, J. I. Case, International Harvester, Caterpillar Tractor, Standard Oil (NJ) and Gulf Oil. Occasional stumbiers were mostly 25 cents, lower; cutters Packard Motors Sears Roe' buck, General Electric, Johns- Manville, Mission Corp. and Chesapeake and Ohio. Lots of work for little money (when you buy a Want Ad. 1- he was in- school. He served on the Appleton library board and was active in Masonic affairs, Boy Scout work and curling and was a member of the U. S. coast guard reserve. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and a son. RICHARDSON ELECTRIC CO. 4 ipMdf provide rang* from 70O f.p.m. to 470O r.p.m. Capacity Ift 1/2" In cair Iron. Furniiliod »MK %"-'/>* Jacob. k«yl«l chuck. Chicago —(fP)— Butter easier; JM^_^ TL-.. _ receipts (two (lays) 609,945; iMArA 1113113 prices V- to one cent a pound •"*"*» ••••••• • lower; 93 score AA, 92 A, and 90 B 87; 89 C 86.5; cars: 90 B 87; 89 C 86.5. Eggs firmer; receipts (two days) 27,151; prices % to 1% Laxative Is Often Needed county. Shares of Green county taxing districts were as follows: Ailntns town $ program of legislative action, Sen.| cents a dozen higher; U.S. ex- Morse (R-Oregon) declared today.! tras No. -46; No,2-45; No. Writing in the February issue 282.2S KW.Ol . Albany town Albany vlllapo llrodhpatl olty lirooklyn town Brooklyn villa se villaffo ................... ™ r town .................................. i.oio.7fi town ................................... 1.201.40 of the Progressive, Morse said re- 2«s.oo publican leaders in congress R.17.RS "must stop trying to sell the program of the National Association of Manufacturers as good republican doctrine" if they want to win 3 and 4—44; U. S. standards No. 1 and 2—43; No. 3 and 4 and current receipts 42.5; .dirties 39; checks 38. (USDA)—Live poultry: steady and unchanged; receipts 17 trucks, no cars; f. o. b. prices:- niZ.IW UUail UUCUlllC ii UICJ' VVCUii. iu win f - llr i 01. T airhnr-n f^T.rl 91- tr^rom 374.2R | the political confidence of a great fowl 31 ' Leghorn fowl 21, fryers When you fed out of ton*, nervous and suffer from headaches, gas. bloating, in- ligestion and lack of appetite, which may all b« lue to constipation—get Fahrney's ALPEN- KRAUTER—the time-proved larative and itomachic tonic medicine. Contains 18 of Na- :ure's own medicinal roots, herbs and botanl- als. Use as directed. Gently and smoothly iVLPENKRAUTER puts sluggish bowels to wort and aids them to- eliminate cloggmi waste; helps expel constipation's gas, gives the itomach that comforting feeling of warmth. Be •rise—for prompt, pleasant, proven relief forcon- Kipalion'J mi£rl«-get ALPENKRAUTER lodav—from anv Fahrnev a«ncv. such MS Vord Hopkins, J. F. /Inaer; Kempfert Phcy..—Adv. majorty .TofforROn town 1.714.11 ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Monticello — (Times Special Service) — When the Friday bridge club met with Mrs. H. L. Karlen, three tables of auction bridge were played! Substitutes were Mmes. Susan Elmer, Anna Elmer, Barbara Hefty, Clara Jones and; Grace Aldrich. Jordan town Monroe city Monroe town Monflifllo villnse _ 248.01 Mt. Plensnnt town 1.070.20 Vpw Olnriis town _ 781.33 Vow Gl.iruR villacro 130.09 Knrinjr Orove town ni5v.~4 Rvlvester town S2S.H.1 WnKhimrton town no."! York-town <?14 independnt voters.' He called for a "bi-partisan"' 'r,m.72 program to combat inflation. T.iMii.uj Sen. Morse criticized republican 1.035.77 handling of the inflation problem and noted that Pres. Truman was "round" in his recent rebuke of congress for failure to act more effectively in the special session late in 1947. Total MitnlolpiillllcB 2KO".V<] fnnnty R.R2.1.2T i R ' nt ° BANS ANNOUNCED Bans of marriage were announced at St. Victors church Sunday for Morris Crotty, Gratiot, and Miss Mardelle Kummer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kummer, route 3. Miss Kummer is employed at the register of deeds office. GUILD TO MEET The Women's Guild of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Curtis Chase, 1816 16th 000,000. avenue. HOSTESS AT BRIDGE Mrs. LaVerne Deal was hostess to her bridge club Saturday evening as two tables of contract were played at the Deal residence. Honors were won by Mrs. Harvey H. Holland and Mrs. Nat G. Preston. Refreshments were served. MEETINGS ARE PLANNED Browntown — (Times Special Service) — A series of meetings will be held throughout January and February for members of the girls class of the Methodist Sunday school taught by Mrs. LeRoy Crago. The first session will be held at the Crago home and the second at the Nancy Aitcheson home. Marilyn Merritt and other girls of the class will be host- COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE Most PARTS AND TUBES IN STOCK HALL'S Radio Service Phone 62 Women's Clubs Urge Power for Rationing Washington — (JP) — The general Federation of Women's clubs urged today that congress give the government power to ration meat in case there is a "serious shortage." Mrs. J. L. Blair Buck of Richmond, Va., president, said the 3,000,000 women in . the federa-! tion also want something done about "the disastrously high and ' steadily rising cost of living." "Something must be done, and done quickly," she said. Mrs. Blair discussed the situation as a witness before a senate banking subcommittee. The senators are studying a bill by Senator Flanders (R-Vt) to lot the government print ration books and hire people to work out a ration plan. Tolul TUT Pulil $l.t.HB..t AMERICAN SAVINGS UP Washington — (#>) — Despite risine prices, Americans addec $9,000.000,000 to their savings last year, the Home Loan bank board reported today. The agency said this com pares with increases of $10,800.000.000 during 1946 and with 519.700.000,000 in 1945 and $22, 200.000.000 in 1944. Total savings at the end 01 1947 were placed at $155,700,. It is estimated that a well managed farm pond can produce as much meat per acre as the same area devoted to pasture. I Know You're Sick And I'll Operati .lust As Soon As I Take My Car T Allan's For An Oil Change. ~'W Keep Your Car In Tip- Top Shape by Having Us Service It! Homer Allen Phone 1990 (Formerly Spring's Service) / wouldn't know what to do without a checking account A checking account is a time saver, a convenience and a means of having complete records of money matters. No wonder so many women who take care of the family's money have accounts at our bank. BANK CREDIT 11 the bat FARM CREDIT 37fcCOMMERCIALfrSAVINGS BANK Member F.D.I.C. TESTS SATISFACTORY Mt. Palomar, Calif. — (/P) — \ Astronomers who peered! through California Institute of : Technology's 200-inch telescope-1 camera say initial tests of the | "big eye" have been satisfactory. But they plan several more months of testing ' before formally placing the world's i mightiest tion. telescope into opera- j New Studio Couches 69.50 and 79.50 Opens Into A Full Size Bed — Double Coil Spring Construction — Choice of Blue, Wine or Green Several Used 2 Piece Living Room Suites $10.00 and up CLIFF AULT (Next door to A fir P) t'f'i It «W%i ycv •• • vUv Mrfc •CUN Italy/ ^ab "[Homecraft* 11-inch [Drill Press by Delta You're proud to own this drill press; it's, a good-looking, efficient power tool that's made by the industry's leader— Delia. What a lot of uses you can put it to: You can drill with. it. Yo« can mortise with it. You can rout, carve, sand, shape, and grind. And you can do* all these operations safely, easily, economically. Come in to see the Homo craft 11-inch Drill Press here now., Priced amazingly low. A real value-. 1 •Tr*d* Mvfc IMC. 1& 9. Pat. Off. Richardson Electric Co. TUESDAY NIGHT A FRAZER AND TWO KAISERS WILL BE AWARDED TO THE Winners in the 4 th Great Kaiser-Frazer Contest WENDELL NOBLE WILL ANNOUNCE WINNERS ON NEW5COPE TUESDAY NIGHT Over Your latti Mutual Broadcasting Station. Consult Ntwspapor hr Jim mi Stalk* SEVENTH BIG CONTEST NOW ON (Closes February 8) There's still time for.you to get a share of the $135,000 Kaiser-Frazer is offering in a series of 8 big contests. Get a free entry blank and contest rules from your nearby Kaiser-Frazer dealer. Read the rules. Then complete this sentence in 25 words or less: "New Kaiser and Frazer cars appeal to me because ..." And mail in your entry on the official entry blank. Enter the contest, now. It's easy to enter and easy to win. with Wendell Nobl..4 limn w«kly over Mutual KAISER-FRAZER CORPORATION WILLOW RUN, MICHIGAN.