The Rhinelander Daily News from Rhinelander, Wisconsin on April 2, 1937 · Page 7
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The Rhinelander Daily News from Rhinelander, Wisconsin · Page 7

Rhinelander, Wisconsin
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Friday, April 2, 1937
Page 7
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APHtL 2,1937 THE RHINELANDER (Wig.) DAILY NEWS Three Lakes Band Concert On April 20th High School Organization's Annual Event to Raise Funds for Tourney. THREE LAKES, April 2—(By Correspondent of The News)—The Three Lakes high school band will give its annual concert at the school auditorium Tuesday, April 20, it was announced today. The proceeds 'from the concert will be used to help defray expenses of the organization to the district band tournament to be held in Antigo late in May. Seniors of the high school arc preparing for the annual Senior class play, to be presented in the near future. The play is under the direction of Paul Uhl. The play selected is entitled, "Lady Spit Fire." The following j Senior students are in the cast: Bob ' Gulhridgc, Eugene Step, Warren Kennedy, Donald Rempert, Beth Cunningham, Alice Sery, Carolyn Aldrich, Harriet Bonkowski and Shirley Ann Brusoc. Entries in Contest. Some entries have been made in the log cutting contest to be staged Thursday. April 8, at 11:15 a. m. in front of the Dobbs Hardware store. Frank Uzadowski, Leo Phillipkow- ski and John Bonkowski, of Three Lakes, and C. Colburn, of Hilcs, have entered the event. [ The northern Wisconsin men will | compete with Peter McLaren, wood I chopping champion of the United States. A prize of $50 will be fa id to any contestant if McLaren fails , to chop through his log in two- thirds the time of any contestant. PA< When Canada's Governor General Visited Capital ' < '~ "• • •—' ••*• The above scene, when Lord and Lady Tweedsmuir were received at the White House wasMust one «ovZo y r * Wch i° C f r ed I," WfWngton when the capital conferred its fullest Lnors on the vfsit^ TW^hm,?-M ofRCanad ?: rLe " l ° ri * ht are Ca Pt- Paul Bastedo, White House naval aide; Lord Tweedsmuir, Mrs. Roosevelt, Lady Tweedsmuir, President RooseVelt, and Col. E. M. Watson, White House military aide. large dinner at the Sunnysidc hotel. Following the dinner the club was made into a permanent organization and the members elected the following officers: Victor Reed, president; Stanley Rychlak, treasurer; and Eddie Ryzdewski, secretary. The club is endorsing three of the local candidates in the coming spring town election. Quiver Provides Thrill. A number of Three Lakes residents had a thrill and chill the other day when they heard rumbling noises under their homes and thought they had experienced their first earthquake tremor. After the excitement died down and neighbors gathered to talk about the odd occurrence, Merle Pit- node appeared and explained the 'quake was only the result of a small dynamite blast under-the Patnode garage, where some work was being done. The. quiver only occurred in the vicinity of the garage. Community Party. A big community party is being planned for Wednesday evening, April 21, at the Medicine Lake lodge, with Burt Deuter, Chicago, in charge of the arrangements. The party is a huge get-together of all Three Lakes people and it is hoped everyone will plan to attend. A dinner will be served and dancing will follow. About a year ago a large stag party was held at the Medicine Lake-lodge, but this party will include both men and iwomen. CCC Boys Leave. Three Lakes was the scene of much hilarity Wednesday evening when' 62 young men left Three Lakes for their city homes, having completed their terms at the Scott Lake CCC camp, near here. Club Organized. The young men of Three Lakes recently organized a club known as the "C. T. club," and Wednesday evening 33 members attended a Three Lakes Briefs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Korzilus, formerly of Three Lakes but now of Racine, are the parents of a son, born recently.—LeVernc Brown left, for Appleton, where he attends school, after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brown.—Harry Ryzdewski left for Milwaukee, where he is employed, after spending his Easter vacation at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryzdewski.—W. Gilchrist, of Bessemer, Mich., visited at the Adam Tomazewski home as a guest of Miss Siena Tomazewski. — Friends of Walter Reed have learned he is well again and back at work. Walter was injured some time ago when he fell off of a grease rack at a garage at Mattoon, where he is employed. His mother, Mrs. George Reed, has returned to her home here after visiting with him at Mattoon while he was confined to his bed. His sister, Mrs. Oscar Peterson, motored to Mattoon to bring Mrs. Reed home.— Mrs. D. E. Lamon entertained at a luncheon at her home for the Contract Bridge club.—John Stolz, who is employed at Watersmeet, Mich., spent a few days in Three Lakes this week.—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Richardson and baby, of Rhinelander, visited relatives here.—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thorpe, of Green Bay, motored to Three Lakes to spend a few days at their home on Deer lake.—The Leonard Godlewski family, now on the Paul Callum farm, will move into town vn the near future.—Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harry- lowe are expected back in Three Lakes in the near future. They lived here for some time when Mr. Harrylowe was stationed at the Scott Lake CCC camp in the forestry service.—Mrs. Clyde Lantern"man and friend, of Rhinelander, visited friends here. The Lantern- man's have a summer home on Loneslone lake.—A number of Eagle River boys and girls visited friends in Three Lakes. A group of them visited the Three Lakes high school. —Miss Inez Nelson will leave Saturday for Pardecville, Wis., whore she teaches in the high school, after a vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Ncl- Blows Head Off With Dynamite? Police Believe Decapitated Body Found in Menasha Is SuicideM " MENASHA, Wis., April 2 i/P)— Investigating a woman's report that "there's a man without a head in his car," the police found the headless body of Russell Pocqiictte today. Coroner George A. Steele of Oshkosh. said he believed the man, whose age tmd occupation were not learned immediately, had taken his own life. Two wires led from Pocquette's car battery. The coroner said one was wound around Pocquette's thumb. The police theory was that Poc- quette placed dynamite in his moutlr and set it off With 311:6160100" spa"i'k. You can never see a rainbow unless you are between it and the sun. ' ' State AFL Chief Flay^CIO 'Plot' Calls Movement 'Conspiracy to Usurp Bona Fide Union's Power.' MILWAUKEE, April 2 {/I')—Henry Ohl, Jr., president of the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor, said yesterday the "Communist-C. I. O. alliance as operating in Wisconsin is a conspiracy to usurp the.func- tions of the bona-fidc labor movement in both tho organizational and legislative fields." "The C. I. O. has betrayed tho workers and is organizing them on a loose scale that bodes no good for the legitimate labor movement," Ohl said in an address to a business men's group. "It is lime the people of this states and the real friends of organized labor had their eyes opened to just what is going on," he continued. "The C. I. O. is just the successor to the I. W. W. (International Workers of the World.)" Declaring the controversy growing from the C. I. O. movement no longer was merely one 'of industrial versus craft unionism, Ohl stated: I'll has become a struggle ! over who is la control the' labtjr i movement rin-the United StatesrAS. peoplp' arc, becoming more 3ind m'ore familiar with the issue, the American Federation.. of Labor is maintaining i^ls position and gaining support : .-'." •'"'. ftUTZ STORE 230 Thayer St. Quality Foods Phone 131 Saturday and Monday Speciali "THE CORRECT GRIND" Hills Bros. Coffee, WILSON'S STANDARD FULL PACK 19-OZ. cans TOMATOES, 3 25c KELLOGG'S — CEREAL BOWL FREE Corn Flakes, 2 £££ 23c PARING KNIFE FREE Big Jo Flour, 49 ^ 2.19 WASH CLOTH FREE— Mfg. in Rhiueluidei Turpak 4 rolls 23c Hcrshcy'a or Baker's Cocoa Ib. can 15c CALUMET Baking Powder 16-oz. can....20c SUN-GRAZE Corned Beef 12-os. can....19e SWIFT'S Pork Feet 28-oz. ig. jar 33c BOND'S CHOICE Dill Pickles Qt. jar 19c HONEY 5-lb. pail ...... 54c Prunes, Santa Clara, 80-90, 25-lb. box, 98c Get a Comicooky Baking Set Free with Pillsbury'j Sno-Sheen Cake Flour 2 g 25c '* Pi iff*rl WHEAT, 2 pkgs ........ i?c a r urfea BICE 2 ks ........ 3 LIFEBUOY OR LUX Toilet Soap I! cakes ...... 19c pIC-A-DOO Paint Cleaner Lb. pkg ...... 25c Liquid Veneer Leaves no Create Film 12-oz. btl. ... Giant P. 4.G. or O. K Soap 5 cakes ...... 23c SNOW WHITE Seminole Tissue 1 rolls ;. ..... 25c YELLOW RIPE BANANAS, 5 Ibs. 25c CALIF. NAVEL—220'* Oranges, dozen 32c TENDER AND WELL BLEACHED CELERY, Flo. 2 bchs ISc CRISP TEXAS RADISHES, 3 bchs.. 10c WASH. FANCY WINESAP. EATING APPLES, 3 Ibs.... . 23c TEXAS SEEDLESS, FULL OF JUICE Grapefruit, 96's, 8 for 25c You always get more quality per dollar in Pillsbury's Best than in ordinary flour . . . but imagine getting this scientifically ''balanced" flour at a price like this! Get your order in just as quickly as you can! v^\UCVv^l » mm^ FEATURED THIS WEEK BY YOUR INDEPENDENT GROCER Only One CMTC Applicant from County, Report Oncida Needs 10 More to Meet Training Quota, Sector Supervisor Says. Eleven of the 13 counties in tho Fifth sector. Wisconsin organized reserve district, have not reached their objectives in the 1937 citizens military training corps enlistment campaign, according to a report issued today by Major R. V. K. Harris. CMTC supervisor for the sector. Oncida county, with a training quota of six, needs 11 applications to meet its training quota excess (80 per cent above the regular quota). The 80 per cent excess is necessary to make allowances for losses to be expected from various sources. Only one application is on file for Oncida county, leaving 10 to be obtained. Counties in the Fifth sector, with headquarters at Wausau, arc as follows: Clark, Forest, Iron. Langlade. Lincoln. Marathon, Oncida. Portage, Price. Taylor, Vilas, Waupaca and Wood. The two which have reached their recruiting ob-' jectives arc Price and Langladc. I The training quota for the 13 counties is 115. With the 80 per cent excess, the number of applications required is 207. Only 135 applications are on file, leaving a balance of 83 to be obtained. PHILADELPHIA EDITOR DIES OF HEART ATTACK i PINEHURST, N. C., April 2 (#>)— Fred Fuller Shedd, 66, editor-in- chief of the Philadelphia Evening ' Bulletin since 1921, died early today | at the Moore County hospital here i of a heart attack after an operation i last Tuesday. He entered the hos-! pital March 28. His wife, and one [ son, Dr. William Shedd of Staun- ; ton, Va., were at his bedside. j GETS REIORMATORV TERM. CHAPPELL, Neb., April 2 (IP)— Robert Kazan, 18-year-old Milwau- kee boy, was sentenced to flv« in the state reformatory yest for felonious assault and rob 1 of a filling station here March 18; SPECIALS DIES FROM BURNS. SUPERIOR. Wis., April 2 </P)_ Mrs. Edward Altofer, 78, of nearby Hawthorne, died early today in a hospital here from burns she received Monday when her dress caught Hre in her home. Her hus- j band found her on the floor with j her dress ablaze when he returned | home with the mail. OH BOY/ ITS GOOD MOST HUSBANDS ARE LIKE CHILDREN Many a man owes his fitness and nuccess to his wife who "sees that he takes good care of himself." She knows that constipation slows down energy, knows also that it is usually due to meals low in "bulk." In millions of homes, this needed "bulk" is supplied with Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. Within the body, this cereal absorbs twice its weight in water, forms a soft mass, gently exercises and sponges out the system. ALL-BRAN also furnishes vitamin B to tone up the intestines, and iron for the blood. Two tablespooh- fuls daily are usually sufficient. In severe cases, with each meal. , How much better to use this food instead of taking pills and drugs! Serve ALL-BRAN as a cereal with milk or fruits, or in appetizing muffins, breads, etc. Try ALL-BRAN a week. If it is not satisfactory, your money will be refunded by the Kellogg Company. Sold by all grocers. © WAIT DiSNtv It'i good for you ond i» taste* good (co. Builds you up, Gives you strength. There's a new Mickey Mouse picture cord every day FREE ... ond a FREE 48 pa0e Scrap Book waiting for yw. Ask hjm for it for more FUN I Boneless Rolled Fresh Ham Roast, lb 27c Boneless Rolled Veal Roast, lb., 22c Pork Loin End Roast, lb 23c Swift's Branded Steer Chuck Roast, lb 24c Pork Sausage, bulk, lb 15c Veal Stew, Beef Ribs, 2 Ibs. . . . 25c Fresh Smelts, 3 Ibs 19c Armour's Tomato Juice, 24-oz. cans, 3 for .. .29c Swift's Pork and Beans, 28-oz. cans, 2 for ... 25c Golden Bantam Corn, 20-oz. cans, 2 for 25c Hills Bros. Coffee, "Correct Grinfl", 2 lb. can 55c Lettuce, 2 crisp heads for 19c Radishes, 3 crisp bunches for lOc Grapefruit, 80's, 6 for 23c Oranges, dozen 39c Christie's Bamby Bread FOOD MART "THE STORE WITH LOWER FOOD PRICES." DELIVERY SERVICE Break o' Morn COFFEE, 3-lb. bag 47c "The Correct Grind" HILLS BROS. COFFEE, lb. can 28c TOMATOES, 19-oz. cans, 3 for . . . 25c TOMATOES, 28-oz. cans, 2 for 23a SALMON, 16-ounce cans 10c PEAS, 20-oz. can 10c PORK and BEANS, 24-oz. cans, 2 for 19c Camay Soap, bar 5c Guest Ivory, bar Sc CHIPSO, 22-oz. package and Cannon dish cloth, both for 21c P. & G. SOAP, 10 bars for 35c O. K. SOAP, 5 bars for . . 19c CrJSCO, 3 lb. can S9C MEATS Boneless ROLLED VEAL ROAST, lb. 21c BEEF POT ROAST, per lb 17c RJNG BOLOGNA, per lb 10c LARGE WIENERS, 2 Ibs. for 25c GROUND BEEF, 2 Ibs. for 27c BACON, Armour's sliced, lb 29c GRAPEFRUIT 112 size Dozen 29c BANANAS Yellow Ripe Oranges, 150 size, doz. 390 CARROTS, per bunch 5c RADISHES, 3 bunches for lOc APPLES, Winesaps, 4 Ibs, for 29c PRUNES, 5 Ibs. for 25c SYRUP, Golden, 10-lb, pail 49c SYRUP, Golden, 5-lb. pail 27c Haug Rhubarb California Strawberry lb. 15 California Green Beans Fla . 2 ] 29 C Fancy Quality Spinach 3lbs. I9c Extra Fancy Hot House Cucumbers Lac ge 2 for 27c New Red Triumph Potatoes .... 5lbs.24c New Green Texas Cabbage . * « . Dry Yellow Onions . . . * * -. . 3lbs.Mc California Cauliflower . . . . good site head 17c <« 4 « 4 < 4 : l SILVER CRYSTAL PURE BEET SUGAR * 10 52«3 Pure Beet Sugar .... 100-lb. bag $5.15 J Pure Cane Sugar 100-lb.bag $5.3510 Ibs. ^ nagcloth 54c J Brown Sugar 4 lb. bulk 22c ^ SWEET GIRL— HALVES PEACHES 30-oz. No. 2^ cans FULL STANDARD QUALITY PEAS . . 3 20-oz. No. 2 cans CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP. 4 lOi-oz. cans nn&fblj APPLE BUTTER 38oz.jars2for29 c PREPARED MUSTARD quart jar 10 C HAZEL API PREPARED MUS DAILEY'S DILL PICKLES . quartjars 2 for 29 C 1 MAJESTIC • ^ SOD A CRACKERS . 2-ib. caddy 17 C « HERSHEY'S. NESTLE'S AND OTHER ^ CANDY BARS each 3< 2 SALERNO — ASSORTED ^ SANDWICH COOKIES . .ib.ISc j SALERNO ^ BUTTER KRAKERS . . . ib.23C<« SALERNO ' ^ CHOCOLATE CREAMS . . ib. 19= 2 PRINCE ALBERT, VELVET. HALF & HALF OR KENTUCKY CLUB ^ TOBACCO t MR. FARMER; Bring Us Your £99$ VEAL SALE IN NATIONAL MARKETS Veal Roast SHOULDER and tender. Milk-white Short Cut Leg o 1 Veal I7db. Veal Rump Roast . I9db. STUFF AND BAKE mivtf jmnv mnt^fi ^^ ^^ ^ Veal Breast 12 C \ JUICY RI1 ^^ ^^ J Veal Chops 23^: Bacon Squares Boiled Ham D«licates««n , , , 23 c ib. , . i-ib-l2 e Large, Juicy , » « t c I 5 C ^ D Liver Sausage F.c.h 23 c lb. Pure—Country Stj-Ifl ^ f j.: » ,- 1 1L | ff Far an cveaiun iaack « • ' J"**'. | y 3

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