Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin on November 15, 1951 · Page 27
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JANESVTLLE, WIS. JANESVILLE DAILY GAZETTE—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1951. PAGE THREE. Juda Play Will Open Tonight Juda — The junior-senior play, "The Boarding House Reach," will be presented at the hall tonight and Friday night. The cast includes: Paul Nyman, Donnabelle Rosheisen. Gene Theiier. Joyce Arnsmeier, Mary Ellen Broege, Don Pinnow, Anita Figi, Nancy Bridge, Jeanne Hazeltine, Arthur Carter, Helen Stettler, . Ronnie Wunschel, Ronnie Rear, Bette Vanderbilt, Mary Lou Schroeder and Donnie Torkelson. P.T.O. to Meet P.T.O. will meet in the high school Tuesday evening, Nov. 20, with Burton K. Kreitlow. assistant professor of rural education at the University of Wisconsin, as speaker. His topic will deal With school district reorganization. Wives of the school board members are on the general food committee. The December meeting will be the operetta presented annually by the grade school children and will be held on Dec. 19-20. Juda Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bridge and dauehters attended the wedding of Miss Phyllis Hopper and Donald Lamb at the Second Congregational church, in Beloit, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Feldt and Mrs. Melvin Seidschlag were In Hawkeye, la., during the week end to attend the golden wedding observance of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith. He is a brother of Charlie" Smith. These Photos Winners in National Contest $85 Fine as Tipsy Driver GOOD CLICKS brought prizes to those who put these photos in the 1951 Popular Photography contest M Mr*. Kalpk Brian, phone 91 -li. u corir^ •poadeat la Jul]..» Arthur Cartrr, Bat «. »•••»•» 43-W. In nrrnl. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Grenzow have returned from several days'- visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fatton, Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Brown were in Livingston on Monday to attend funeral services for his sister.'Mrs. Tom Harris, who died suddenly while visiting her daughter in New York. Mrs. Merrill Waelti has been a surgical patient in St. Clare hospital; Monroe. Evan Chambers, who has been on his father's 'farm southwest of Juda, has moved to Monroe and on Saturday he left for Wood Veterans hospital for treatment He served in the navy during World War n. Donaid Keen, who is located at Ft Bragg, N. C, with the 31st division, has recently been promoted to private first class. Pvt Ray Figi, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. • Carl Figi, Juda, has sent his new address from Alaska. It is US 55-169-649. Post En-! BABY took $750 third prize. It is by Lorin p. Norcross, Santa Barbara. Calif. NATURE study won S500 fourth prize for Bob Wilkins, Atascadcro. Calif. Only Legislature Can Change Relief ; Publicity Statute Arrested after a traffic acci dent in Edgerton. Robert R uu f M- rou . te 3 ' E «te er,on : was ' Madison—«.P>-State law pro- fined S85 and costs in municipal nio j ts pub] j c inspection or publi- court here Tuesday on his plea ol names and am ounts re- Driver o! Death Car Goes to Jail Be Kind to Animals ceived by persons getting public assistance. Atty. Gen. Thomson ruled Wednesday Only the legislature could of guiltv to an intoxicated driv ine charge. The fine was im, posed by Judge Ralph F. Gunn. Ruud will lose his driving priv- '!n^'vteHon' COr ** * ^chanee the present law to make Three other drivers paid fines! I™^,.™? ^AS'MSS « for careless driving: Mark L.;'° dependent children, blind or Vukovick. 24. Ironwood. Mich., permanently disabled available forfeited bond of $13.70. Gerald!«° »h p P ub ' lc - Thomson told John Arneson. 19. route 4. Janesville.l W. Tramburg. director of thei S25 and costs and George R.jstate department of public wel-j Goodrich. 37. Beloit. $35 and costsi fare. I on an amended charge of carc-j Congress recently passed a law less driving. He was oricinallv, providing that states could make! charged with intoxicated driving! the information available to the but the charge was amended up|nubile if states desired, on an investigation of the case. •»»«„, Ktal „,- Z »,,:„„, . clear J. J. Soulier. 19. of 800 N. Wash-: 1^5"°." ° r P ublic ? tI0n of Someone may obtain a fine pet Marinette—<.P>—Leonard Dela-!ui an 8 months' old part spaniel ware, 22, of Appleton,, Wednes-jand terrier spayed female dog ^LSwn^i*"?^ ,W ? which must find a good home at current.terms of 90 days in the T . * , . county jail on charges growing! once - " ». housebroken and out of a highwfy Collision: w ;° Iu ' d ma ke an excellent pe tor May 27. 1 children or an adult. Dial 9564 Mrs. Albert Gauthier, about 59,, ,aftCr 6 P-- m of Wausaukee, was injured fatally when the car in which she was riding collided with Delaware's vehicle near Crivitz. Delaware pleaded guilty to driving at an excessive rate of speed in a careless, reckless and negligent manner. He also pleaded guilty to driving while his driver's license had been suspended or revoked. A charge of driving while un -j der the influence of intoxicating liauor was dismissed. ! GAZETTE - WCLO GOOD SAMARITAN SKOPERE Shopiere — Choir practice for the Thanksgiving union service will be held tonight in the Congregational church. Frank Dole is a patient in Beloit Municipal hospital. Congregational Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Gene Ackerman. inclon street, for speeding on — Center avenue, and Thomas .~ Laird Jr.. South Beloit. for operating an unregistered vehicle. TRICKY shot of Girl" was made by of Pasadena. Calif. "Martian Bob Cox names or recipients and amounts I ' of aid granted to each." Thomson f ' said. At a meeting of the state welfare board Tramburg recommended board action to retain | the present law keeping rolls se- E*st Ko«hkonong—Mrs. Clara! cret. j Csmpbell has returned to Chic.n- Tramburg cited that present I co after spending a week with! law permits responsible public | hor son-in-law and daughter. Mr'and private officials to secure in- and Mrs. John Grogan. | formation on administration of I EAST KOSHKONONG Mrs. Lcs Kraus returned home with her twin daughters born in the Fort Atkinson hospital. Among week-end guests of Mr. the program and allows access: to inspection of records if there are suspicions or complaints over eligibility or need. Regulations.' and Mrs. William Crono were 1 he added, effectively" prevent I Mr. a"nd Mrs. Henry Kutz. Eclvi- 1 misuse of lists of names for; dorc. III. _ : commercial or political purposes.' FOREIGN entry of Koji Takashima of Kobe. Japan, won the fifth prize and $250 for "Magic of Water." HUMOR by Mrs. Janet Konklc. Grand Rapids, Mich. gineers. Fort Richardson, APO ccntly sold her home and moved 949. c/o Postmaster, Seattle,;to Orangeviilc. is a surgical pa- tlen; in St. Clara hospital. No one knows what the most Wash Pvt. Werner Gerbcr. who hr.s been attending air corps school In New Mexico, has been trans- 1 distant star is. With the new tel ferred to Selfridge field in Mich- escope at Mt. Palcmar Observa-; igan. tory. clusters can be seen that Mrs. Fred Brunkow. who re-' are a billion light years awav. TWO FORFEIT BAIL MadJ.s-i.i — Leon K. Edmunds. Janc;vi)!e, forfeited $10 bail in superior court here. Ho was charged with failure? to \\c!d right of way. Bp.il of 525 "wa.- also forfeited by Martin Nelson. Alonr.y route 1. charged with illegal use of license plates. i What a man will do fbr Starts your day off right—because you always get the same rich Coffee satisfaction, pound after pound! 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