Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin on March 23, 1956 · Page 2
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Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin · Page 2

Janesville, Wisconsin
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Friday, March 23, 1956
Page 2
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Page 2 '+ * '•*• * * jmsniXE DAILY CJAZKTTE FRIDAY. .MARCH 23. IMS MERCY HOSPITAL GOP Elects Officers in Edgerton President Rhee Guild Dedicates Will Run Again Service Glhs !beautiful «*>r««d t-'Me* of bird? the group sinjr'ng th? hymn. Mrs.; and of the uoxicd air;i of Ro-,-er Cunninqham played "Ase's 1 [Maxson property in the Cte.ir Lake Death. Opus 46 No. 2 ,"*Grei|f and I s '™- "Mazurka Opus 7, No. 1." Chopin.) An impressive film strip shr.wins; 1 Co-chairmrn fur luncheon wpre Guest artist. Miss Judy Adams.' SEOUL. South Korea '.ft -A Cab-'he three areas of service covered Mr<. Mary Tall and Mrs. Scott played "Concert Etude." MaeDow.' and "Finiandia, Howard Brace • Sibelius. I contributed' Body of Hebron Boy Recovered [two state came wardens and vol- unrecrs from the Rome fire depart- Births Sons to: Mrs. James Peterson. 447 N. Ter "ce St. inct member todav quoted Presi- b - v ,J,e "'"f^ (;if ' featured thojMoLean. ell Mrs. Andei-son Lehr, 219 S. East. ,j ent Svncman Phee as <a\-n« he Program of Conqrecational Guild 1 At the next meetinc April .1. the -"2 s . ..... Mrs. (;eorce Koeberl. 218 Madison. ..... JII j,* ,„••*„,„ for '.' Third at Fir>t Coneresational Church'Rov. and Mrs. Arlie H. Krussell. "Tales trom Vienna Woods. Jo- Daushter to: '„rm Almost nobody ever thought Thursday afternoon. Beloit. "ill yivc a talk on "Land of han " Strauss. Another Strauss Mrs. Clyde Hoop* MU.on Junction/^ Tvouldn', * f Mrs. Don Holloway uas narrator;,.,, Norsemen/- Lunches co- "T*[- ^ B '^ the Hebron mt.lpond at 1:58 for ihe film which showed service-chairmen will he Mrs. Carl Eng- a oantone solo plated D\ William ThmxHav ahmit ir hnnr« nJt.°u^ ^^it^m^'Z^ ?T ^ «!* •""""l"' ™™ 1 S n ^ n ? CCOmPan,ed * M " ^ »* **4 > InppW into seven M > Ul. at Fort Atkinson, not be used. s a.d Khee made tne . an H 3m ,mH ih» «™-M TH » r,,^i .cunmncham. fee( ^ |cp w Surviving are his parents; three Mrs. Emily Peters, accompanied " ...... , . sisters. Louise. Carol and Linda; Mrs - Ru,h Ehrlinger. sang According to the sheriff * depart- brotner Raymond- h is paternai at Fine Arts Program i -Suwanee River." -My old Ken-J°« « " ran dpT ren ,^°" d J? M «! ES- remark at a Rhee made the an( j Cabinet meeting to- wouldn't Admitted Ja..ies Sanford. 709 Logan St. EDGERTON — Officers were Carolyn Schultz. 618 Yuba St. elected and committee chairmen 'Patricia Hunter 1000 Cornelia St.; . named at a Republican onjaniza-. Doris Radtke. 1057 S. Washington. 5 • ardship committee tion meeting Wednesday night. Charles Standiford, Rte. 3. ' Following his nomination March Janisch. chairman. The following officers were cho- Edgar Broege. Rte. 3. .5 by his own Lilxral parly, the Mrs. E. S. Lan«veaux was in -• Mrs. L. S. Nourse. chairman; Duane Montour. 114 N. Parker Dr. J wanted to retire. He hinted strong-,charge of the inspiring dedication. be The first candle, lighted by HEBRON—The body of old Ronald Schultz was recovered The millpond. formed by tha Bark River dam. .s covered by about 15 inches of ice to the center, but the channel in the center 5-ycar- recently had opened. The son of Edward and Inez Schultz. Ronald was born March around the world. The pro- - — ram was in charge of the stew-| £j x Soloists Perform Mrs. W. sen L. O. Holman. vice chairman; Bruce Gray. Milton. Miss Mae Hitchcock, secretary;!Henry Crawford. 327 Center Ave. K valine Spike, assistant secretary; Kenneth Oliver, 1911 Peterson Ave. Virgil Brown, treasurer. iLucille Hertel 937 Blaine Ave. Committees were named as fol- Carolvn Johnson. Footville. lo ly, however, that he could be The first candle, lighted by Mrs. drafted, and the Liberals at once-Vincent Koch, dedicated a gift to began whipping up daily •'spontan-lNorthland College. Ashland: the eous" demonstrations throughout:second, lighted by Mrs. Peter the country- Carr. a gift to Pilgrim Camp at . ,, . _ , _ „ The Cabinet official said Rhee Gre€>n anrf « ho ,hir ' 1 - lighted r.*l?i5; A1Vm Swanson - R,e - *' S ^ihad changed his mind about run- b >; Mrs. W. L. Green, dedicated a ;ning "because of the will of the 'people." Guv Brown. Rte. 5. Publicity—Emil Roeber, man. Earl Dickerson, Virgil loit Brown, Stanley Slagg. Henry Neuman. Edgerton. Finance—Paul Schulz. chairman. Connie Hass. Beloit. John Roethe. George' W. Blan- Mrs. Anna Pufahl. 408 N. Franklin, chard. Joe Attlsey. Lex Brown. John Murphy. 1407 S. Crosby Ave. Membership —" Chester Peters. Charles Wendtland. 120 N. High St. chairman. Mrs L. S Nojrse Dr. Mrs. Arlie White. 1120 Beloit Ave., Leslie Dcdson,' W. N. Lee Mrs. Rudolph Zajac 1221 Milton Ave.i Dorw June Tobison. daughter of ^«'°ns. • Richard Strandlie. 1520 Gartland. Mr. and Mrs. William Tobison.j T ^hp™i co-chairmen were Mrs. Thomas Jensen. 1408 Purvis Ave. Rte. 2. Janesville. and Richard!J° h n «• Sm, ' h J"^ Mrs - w - i Allen Puerner. son of Mr. and Greene. Mrs. C. C. Haumerson and Mrs. Merrill A. Puerner 233 For- :Mrs - R w - Brandt were hostesses for the afternoon. ibv ward Schultz. Rte. 3. Whitewater, and maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radloff. Hebron. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. gift to foreign missions around the world. Music was furnished by Miss Cecelia Oestreich and Mrs. Lawrence Gray, accompanied by Mrs. Ben Hess. Mrs. A. C. Hough gave de -!j A delightful nrogram cmnlnsiz- ,uck - v Homc "' and "Beautiful ™"™ '"..'he water as he was A aetif.ni ui p ogiam empnaMz - .. .. . St „ Dh p_ Foster playing with his brother. Raymond. ciosed CP ^h F S,on the milled ice. He reached ar T uesdt even^ m '" en - l0St hlS balance of Mrs. Ellis Bollwahn. S45 N.isolo b y Miss Joyce McBeth.ac-and leu. ;Saturday in the Smith Funeral Chatham St. Mrs. Robert Morton companied by Mrs. Kenneth Sher-I Assisting in dragging operations Home, Palmyra, the Rev. Donald arranged the program. .man. wen Sheriff Roger Reinel. Under^Kelley officiating. Burial will be in Hymn of the Month. "Jesus. Lov-I Assistant hostesses were Mrs.,sheriff Mike Heilmeier, Lt. William Hebron Cemetery. Friends may er of Mv Soil." Weslev. was pre-iRalph Wilco>c and Mrs. Bertha'Seefeldt. of the traffic patrol. Con-«all at the funeral home after 6 sented by Mi-s. Robert'Peterson.'Fisher. servation Warden Willard Laesch. this evening. Willard Larson. Harold Brignt. Five Seeking Trustee Posts Floyd Leeder. 411 S. Ringold St. CLINTON — Nomination papers ijj rs , w. R. Schmidley. 936 Walker, have been circulated for five can-]Kdgar Broege, Rte. 3. didatcs for village trustees. Three Mrs. Anthony Kutz. 1525 Wheeler, will be elected April 3. New candi- Edwin Roehl. Footville. dates ate William Aufderhaar,:Alice Marshall. 617 Chestnut St. Floyd Clapper. Lewis Reichard. Sylvester Finstad, 800 N. Wash- Henry Halm and William C. RustJ ington St. Incumbent trustees are F. V. Wine- Mr5 ^ an ey Duncan. 415 N. Jack- gar. Floyd Clapper and Henry son g t Hahn. Robert Wolbert is unopposed Mr> . ppf(?r (^^j. m s H igh. for justice of the peace ;Henrv Kess , pr Rte 3 Beloit . Clinton Brief* Mrs..'Leslie Gudej-on and son. Be- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ryerley. | DUmissed ja^^lS "s . M a5*a.i«« Park Blvd.. will repeat ma, ! r^^.|cSXS Study Class Has in First Lutheran Church. [ Program on Birds Following *e ceremony a recep- Seventy attended the luncheon tion for 250 will be held at the meeting of Easter n Star Study church hall. Class Tuesday afternoon. Miss -(Charlotte Chamberlain. Beloit. ed Bob Richter, 21-18 and 21-18. igave bird calls and a whistling In badminton Hendricks upset) number. Mrs. Roland Maxson. Mil- Jack Olds to gain the finals win-lton. gave a talk on bird banding I ning. 7-15, 15-*i. and 15-13. Mandel ! whi'ch she does for the United nosed out Bakulin. 15-13 and 15-6. Stales Wildlife Service. She showed loit. Mrs. Kenneth Nundahl and daughter. 916 Mineral Point Ave. ?«Iary Lou and Carl and Mrs. •lames Thompson left Thursday for Titusville, Pa., where they will at-j tend the wedding Saturday of the! Byerley's son. Kenneth, and Misstated the graduating cubs; Joe Sta- Florence Lundberg. |pleton officiated at the investiture Clinton PTA will meet Tuesdaylceremony. evening. March 27. George Belting.; John Slatter showed films ne Beloit, who toured South America'took on Okinawa and surrounding with a group from Whitewater islands while he was in service. State College, will show slides and Den 3 gave the flag ceremony. tell of the trip. i Mrs. 'Minnie Hofstrom, Mrs.j m l n i> •Floyd Febry and Mrs. Arnold lODdCCO UellVeiY Thompson took several large boxes « . mm I OC 07 'of toys and magazines to the South- 1 06t rfloUTCtl L\i m LI erri Colony, Union Grove, Thurs-i , „ . day afternoon ! EDGERTON — Tobacco growers Clinton Commercial Club will of a^a «? re notified today sponsor 1heir annual community b - v c [ l " or ^ J / Mas?"' m * n *&r ot auction at lp.m. Saturday on Alleni' ne w 'sconsm Tobacco Growers street in the business district. List- Association warehouse here, that ings for the auction may be made cr0 P s W "J ^ received Monday am. with Leonard Daniels. Lyle Daniels jTuesday.Those who have not al- or at the Topper office. i ^ady listed their crops with the PTM of the Presbvterian Church association should do lo before *iU meet at 8 p .m. "Monday in the making deliveries. The association home of Mrs. Helen jaekhafer-.P 18 " 8 to reopen for final receiving Mrs. W. E. Dalton and Mrs. Elmer' 35 soon a * all the remaining 19M Burtard will be co-hostesses. j tobacco is stripped. Mason said. JThis may not be until late in April so that the receiving next week will be the last open dates before the final receiving period. Eager Heads GOP in Evansville EVANSVILLE— Richard Ea?er was elected chairman of the Republican organization for the Edgerton area at a meeting this week. Committee appointments are to be announced later. 12 Cubs Inducted by St. Pctzick's Pack MONROE — Daughters were Twelve boys were inducted into ) cubbing during a meeting of Cub Scout Pack 311 of St. Patrick's Catholic School this week. James Endicott and Patrick Dunlavy were graduated from the Cub Scout program. Initiated were Ronnie King. John Fessenden, Robert Jakoubek. Steven Strelcheck, John DonnoUy, Thomas Green, Gary Burchard. Patrick Campion. Michael Courtney. Terry Sheridan. James McDonald and Michael Fredricks. Richard Langenberg received a wolf badge: James Larscn, bear. One-year service pins went to Geo. Larsen and Thomas Thren: two- year, Edward Bruni; and two and three-year. James Endicott. Cubmaster Paul Meyer congratu- Badminton Crown to Mandel; Table Tennis to Bakulin Gene Bakulin and Jan Mandel won championships in the table tennis and badminton tournaments respectively Thursday night at the Armory. Undefeated throughout flic season, Bakulin continued his dominance in table tennis by defeating Mandel. 21-1S, 21-3, and 21-6. Mandel, however, won the badminton title defeating Bill Hendricks, 15-11. 15-3. and 15-6. Bakulin gained the table tenni'; finals by whipping Dale Churchill. 21-4 and 21-6. while Mandel defeat- Ux20 CHAMOIS $1.95 AHfll STORES Dial PL 4-7S87. SOS S. River SL CORRECTION In last night's paper our store hours were incorrect as stated. They are—Open every day 7:30 a.m. tot p.m. Fridays 'til 9 p.m. Also the Old Dutch Cleanser should have read . . . Old Dutch Cleanser 3 for 29c PUBLIC FRUIT MARKET TOMORROW Your LAST Chance TO JOIN Janesville CIVIC MUSIC 1956-57 Series Hear the- NATIONAL SWEDISH CHORUS (KFUM) Martin Lidstam—Conductor Plus— A Grand Array of Famous Artists of Opera, Concert, Radio and Television Annual membership dues for all concerts ... Adults, $6.00; Students, $3.00. Mak* cl>*cks parablm lo laattrilU CiWc Maiic Aiiociolion. Tils IOTI I O I IOD void after Saturday. March 24. at S p. m. Posifirdr so (iagi* adraiiiion told lot any concert. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE CLOSES SATURDAY. MARCH 24 Headquarters Goodenough Music 210 W. Milwaukee St Dial PL 4-6301 Lyy .Hi, f: t '>fQ tie to- dc In Janesville BOB PARKER AND ART MORIARTY NEW REPRESENTATIVES OF Employers Mutuals of Wausau CASUALTY AND FIRE INSURANCE PHONE PL «-770S JO* t. MILWAUKEE ST. FREE! PEANUTS! Come In and Eat I All We Ask Is . . . 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