Rhindlander Daily News, October 16, 1936

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Rhindlander Daily News, October 16, 1936 - on Tall Tales Sice, Miss Nellie Dennis ftice,...
on Tall Tales Sice, Miss Nellie Dennis ftice, fciee and aj MJts. Richard Pocten, ot Felicaij Lake; Mfs. Gordon Meld, Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Menoniineel Clifford . _ ....... ^. Boltenstern, Rock Island, ill.; Mrs Lucy Huff and Gharjes KrauBe, of 1 Oshkosh; Mr. and Mfs. Tim O'Brieri and son, Preston, of Atgonne; Miss' Mary. Rice, Mrs. Nellie Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. August Paviglio and daughter, of iron Mountain, Mich'.; Mrs. Agnes Moore and Mr. : artd Mrs. Homer Moore, of Wabeno; Mrs. Margaret Barrett, Oak Forest, I 111.; Mr. and Mrs. James pe Wane ! and son, Allen, Mr. arid Mrs. Wli> j liam De Wane and son, Dennis, and ! Mrs. Mary De Wane, of Coopers- Itown; William and George Powers of Askaton, Wis.; Thomas De Wane, of Valders, Wis.^Mrs. George Norton of Antigo; Mrs. Ernest Mecikalski, of Jennings; Mrs Harry Matthews, Mrs. Lottie Mbe' Mrs. William Mo.ore, Mrs. Florence Flanuery, Peter Cootware and Mrs Ffed , Lucy Thompson, Bafney and M Thompson and Mrs. Anna McGta- nis. Barbara Jeanne Flannery, whq i£ a partient in the Langlade Memorial Memorial hospital after being sttuck by a cat Tuesday night, is still unconscious.—Mrs. unconscious.—Mrs. Anne Thompson is reported reported as getting along nicely after her operation in the Atttigo hospital.—Mr. hospital.—Mr. and Mrs. Baft Hubttard were visitors in Deerfcfook.-^Mf. and Mrs. Harold McGihnis were Elcho callers.—William Johnston, Charles Foucett and George M>Ginnis M>Ginnis are unloading a car of coal for Charles Herman, Oscar Goranson Goranson and other parties.—Mrs. Anna Cook, of Monicu, was in town recently.—Mr. recently.—Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Armour and son, of Chicago, are guests at the home of Mi's. Duf- fleld.—Mrs. William Johnston and sister, Mrs. Hughes, visited' at ihe Charles GraU home.—Mr. and' Mrs. of-approaching danger does this big into the brush. It was his last look at •$,-corralled •$,-corralled him carefully until the night before the season was to open, planning to rush in to town and claim first prize. They could kill him one minute after midnight on the legal date. But, in celebrating their forthcoming forthcoming victory, they became a bit soused the night before. One cowboy cowboy offered the deer some grain with whiskey poured on it, and so everybody, even the buck, became soused. When they all sobered up, deer season was nearly 12 hours old and the prize long since had been awarded. Pelican Lake John Rice Passes. Funeral services for the late John E. Rice, who passed .away at his home here Tuesday night after an illness of three "years, were conducted conducted at St. John's church here Friday morning at 9; o'clock. Father Ludwig, of Rhinelander, said requiem requiem high mass and Mrs. Ben Bouvat and Miss Margaret Lamar of Elcho, sang. The pall bearers were Charles Herman, Frank Guolee, Guolee, Igadore Jansen, Harry Matthews, Matthews, John and Pardy Thompson. Interment was made beside daughter, Miss Amanda his Rice, in Rhinelander, irt'the'-Cattfolic 'cemetery. 'cemetery. The, relatives and friends who attended the services and accompanied accompanied the remains to Rhinelander were Mrs. John E. Rice, Robert Rice, Dennis Rice, Miss Dorothy in EVENING TRADE and INDUSTRY Cabjlnet Making General Metal WorH Leather Craft ' Sheet Metal Seeht ^ie.tal Development Mechanical Drafting Shop Sketching Blue Print Reading Shop Mathematics Commercial GQMtVIERQIAL Business Practice Business Arithmetic Bookeeping Typing Beginning Shorthand 'inning • Advanced . IS YQUR QEPORTUNITY ined Wojjkers Are Scarce Classes Begin Octpbi^ '-fy, 4'936 HOME Sewing Knitting Cloting Color and .Hostess Economy Hygiene Children's GENERAL English Advanced Creative Publip Arithmetic Journalism Sales College ^ tra^on October i!2 High and Produce Market By AMOctated* PTOM LMtaed Wire Service FINAL NEW YORK STOCKS. fey VICTOR EUBANK" Associated Press "Financial " NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (/P)—A late rally in today's stock market wined out many earlier profit tafcing Recessions Recessions and" pushed a wide assortment assortment of issues into, new high ground for the past 5 -years with' gains'of fractions to 2 points or more. ' It was the sjxth cpnsecu.tiye. session session in which the list marked up another peak for the recovery. Transfers were' "around 900,000 shares. ' ' ••••••..' Among the better share performers Summary ETS AX A. GLANCE. NEW -YORK: s -^^ comes profit -talcing. Bonds: over/government* over/government* Curb: Mixed; some industrials 'Fjoreign exchanges: Steady; .«ol- land.guilders up. 'CjHfon: Barely steady; local and and Ark As £l Hud

Clipped from The Rhinelander Daily News10 Oct 1936, SatPage 3

The Rhinelander Daily News (Rhinelander, Wisconsin)10 Oct 1936, SatPage 3
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