Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin on November 5, 1965 · Page 5
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Tea for Mrs. Stalbaum Janesville Daily Gazette, Friday, Nov. 5, 1965—5 Mrs. Lynn E, Stalbaum, wife oF Wisconsin 1st District rcpre- sontative, will be honored at a tea Sunday afternoon in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Warner E. Mills Jr.. 04:? Wisconsin St., Beloit. Dr. Mills is chairman of the Rock County Democratic party. Women Democats are invited to the tea and may bring their husbands. The reception will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Since Lynn Stalbaum became 1st District congressman in January, Mr. and Mrs. Stalbaum and four children, Linda, 15; twins, Dane and Dale, 12, and Lori. 5, have resided in Bcthes- da. Md. The former Alice Gundcrson and former state senator, Lynn Stalbaum were reared on neighboring farms in Racine County. They were married April 29, 1950, In Old Norway Lutheran Church, Racine County. Mrs. Stalbaum's family founded the Norwegian settlement in western Racine County. The couple attended the recent reception at the Norwegian Embassy in Washington honoring Prince Harald. Mrs. Stalbaum is active in the Congressional Wives Club. She has been prominent in the American Legion Auxiliary in Wis- MRS. —Racine Times Photo LYNN STALBAUM consin and served as an area chairman in Mental Health and Heart Fund organizations. DAR To Hear Travel Talk Janesville Cliapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will hold the 6:30 dinner meeting Tuesday evening at Town and Country instead of Cedar Crest as originally scheduled. Fred IL Westphal, president- treasurer of Westphal & Co., will give a talk on the European tour which he and Mrs. Westphal took In May and June. In addition to touring the principal countries on the Continent the Westphals visited Runnymede the week that the British celebrated the 750th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Charta. Colored sUdes will illustrate the talk. Dinner hostesses will be Mmcs. F. G. Wolcott, Rudolph (Mim, Robert W. Bliss and L. D. Gage. Coming Events Friday evening Harlem Globetrotters—Senior High gym, 8 Saturday evening 4-H Achievement Night—Mar- shaU High, 7:15 By PEG O'BRIEN Mr. and Mrs. John Colquhoun, 1341 Sharon St., visited relatives In the Deep South and enjoyed sight-seeing in Vicksburg, Miss., and New Orleans, La. They toured the French Quarter in New Orleans and such landn.arks as the cathedral, the first government house and Jackson Square. Along the coastal roads they noted workmen clearing debris from the recent hurricane. The Colquhouns visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johns, in Starkville. Miss., and Mrs. Colquhoun's niece, Mrs, LonU Nell, and her husband, who is dean of the agriculture school at Mississippi State College. On a 10-day vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Plnm, 1439 N. Vista Ave., and Mr. Plum's brother-in-law, John Bauer, Fort Atkinson, visited Texas relatives and took a quickie trip to Matamoros, Mexico. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Plum and the Floyd Plums son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mason, who live in Harlingen. Mrs. Harry Mooradian, formerly of Fort Atkinson, entertained them at dinner at Jetties on Padre Island which is between Laguna Madre and the Gulf of Mexico. Zontians Aid Cancer Society Janesville Zonta Club will make dressings for Rock County Cancer Society as one of its community services. At the dinner meeting this week, Mrs. Herman Mundth, who headed the project for Janesville Federation of Women 12 years, showed Zon­ tians how to make the three types of dressings needed for cancer patients. Mrs. Robert Tracy and Miss Selma Weiskopf arranged the program which included slides taken by the Tracys on a world tour. Club president. Miss Mae Theisen, reported on the district convention held in Indianapolis, Ind., in October. The club noted the 46th anniversary of Zonta International. Zonta was organized in Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1919. Sandra Vine To Marry in June Clubs, Lodges VFW Auxiliary will hold the regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday in the VFW Club. Members are to bring 1966 dues. Annual Pancake Day Spon.sorcd by Order of the Eastern Star SUNDAY NOV. 7 Scr\ing 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. JANESVILLE MASONIC TEMPLE 38 S. MAIN ST. Square Dance Cluhs Announce Socials Petunia City Squares will have a dance at 8:30 p.m. Saturday In the Aldrlch Junior High School, Beloit. Vem Clark, Rockford, will be caller. Potluck lunch will be served after the dance. Ray Quade and Milt TTiorpe will call the Rhythm Rascals square dance at Hawk Bowl, Whitewater, Sunday afternoon. Dancing will be from 2 to 5. DANCE TONIGHT 8:30..11:30 ST. WILLIAM'S SCHOOL "REDWOODS" Admission $1.00 Steiner and Ida Sheldon, Bertha Graper and Emma Hjorth are on the serving committee for the meeting of Young at Heart Club at 6 p.m. Monday. At the last meeting prizes went to Lucy Mork, Orian Freeman, Marge Murphy, Bertha Graper, Anita Waterman. Clara Bundy, Ida Sheldon, Cora Hackbarth, Jim McGuire and Joe Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Westphal. 2213 Mt. Zion Ave., returned Wednesday from St. Louis where they attended the National Electrical Contractors convention. They witnessed the dedication of the Gateway to the West ardi in St. Louis and met Dr. Joseph Cosand who heads the Junior College Development programs for which Greater St. Louis has just floated a large bond Issue. The Westphals spent a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and MCrs. John Linton, who live in Kansas City, Mo. Fi-Bo-Che Senior Club will meet at 12 noon Tuesday in Elmer Yenney Memorial Hall. Gilbert and Clara Streich, Roy and Florence Ehle and Richard Miller will be in charge of the dessert-coffee. At the last meeting prizes were won by Ethel Weir, Gladys Francis, Christine Dahl, Ella Ehrlinger, Jess Rood, Lau retta Freeman, Lucy Lloyd, Mary Daly, Art Schutt, Henry Rickerl, Edward Smith and Mike Mulligan. Bradford Eager Beaver Homemakers will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. Wilbur Lan- genherg. Emerald Grove. Mrs. Robert Kraus will be cohostess. Mrs. Louis Lader and Mrs. Leo Lux will give the lesson on "Helping Young People to Face the Future." Getting settled in a new home at 1925 Eastwood Ave. are Mr. and Mrs. George Mark, formerly of Milwaukee. The Marks have three children, Randy, 7; Karen, 5; and Tommy, l^^ years old. Mr. Mark is associated with Lee Burns in Midway Realty Co. Potluck at Cargill Rural group of Cargill Method ist Church will have 1 o'clock potluck luncheon Tuesday in the Fireside room of the church. Hostesses will be Mmes, Matt Duggan, Thomas Mowry, William Koglin and Hilbert Fenrick. Would You Like To Be Able To Knit Beautiful Sweaters, Afghans, Stoles and Many Other Items of Apparel? If Your Answer Is "Yes," Come to Bostwick's Tonight 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. And Register With Mrs. Ethel Duner There Will Be No Charge for This Knitting Class. Come in and Register, SETS DATE—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Werner, 1219 MacArthur Drive, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon, to Terry Hoffland, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffland, Janesville. The wedding will take place at 11 o'clock Saturday morning Nov. 27 in St. William's Church. Miss Werner is employed at Panoramic Corp., and her fiance is a Chevrolet employe. Mercy Hospital Mrs. George Wells, 2400 John son St., will give the history of the library at the meeting of Women of the Moose Monday night. Members are to wear formats. Busy Bees Homemakers will meet at 7:30 Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Charles Quinn, Russell Road, with Mrs. Ralph Heinle as cohostess. Mrs. Don aid Russell and Mrs. Leonard Schoonover will give the lessons on "Helping Young People Face the Future and "Meat Identification, Buying and Freezing." Members are asked to bring an original Christmas tree ornament for the Homemakers Holiday Festival. FABRIC DEPT. 2nd Floor J. M. Bostwick flf Sons ESTABLISrtEO UM Mr. and Mrs- Roger White, Manhattan Beach, Calif., announce the birth of a son, 'Thomas Lawrence, in St. John's Hospital, Santa Monica, Thursday. The Whites have a daughter, Meredith, who is 2V4. Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Baumgartner, 1118 Grace Court, Janesville, and Judge and Mrs. Kenneth White, River Falls, are the grandparents. Marine Lance Cpl. and Mrs. Thomas Traver announce the birth of a son, Richard Jason, Sept. 15, in DeLalnd, Fla. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Ganger, Elkhorn, and great-gandmother is Mrs. Laura Traver, Janesville. Births Sons to: Mrs. David Babcock, Whitewater- Mrs. John Carney, 408 N. High Mrs. Thomas Morgan, 110 Val ley Drive. Daughters to: Mrs. William Wyman, 353 Glen Mrs. Laurence Pratt, 1931 S Willard Ave. Admitted Gerald and Thomas Lehr, Rte, 4, Janesville. John Harder, 1223 Slierman Ave. Vickie Jewell, 617 N. Washington St- Dawn Johnson, 532 N. Chatham Judy and Susan Gibney, 1721 Liberty Lane. Leslie Merriam, Rte. 2, Janesville. Mrs. Paul Schaltel, 1551 S. Crosby Ave. Mrs. Carl Johnson, 162 Cherry. Mrs. James Polyock, Fontana. Marta Peterson, Rte. 2, Evans- \iUe. Mrs- Edward Knutson, Rte. 1, Milton Junction. Steven Alderson, 1512 N. Claremont Drive. Kevin Gies, 610 N. Grant Ave. Peter Statz, 1519 Tyler St. Mary Zuhlke, Monroe. Kevin Dyer, 2833 Dakota Drive. Terry Helling, 1753 Beloit Ave. Fred Echman, Delavan. Teri Fuchs, 308 St. Lawrence. Sandra Ready, 1409 S. Grant. Lnn Ellefson, 847 E. Centerway. Dismissed Joseph Stapleton, 1226 Jerome. Robert Kobbervig, Williams Bay Joseph Phillips, 2031 Alexandria Joseph O'Leary, Rte. 5, Janesville. James France, 502 W. Delavan. Richard Grams, Milton. Reirihardt Sather, Orfordville. Lloyd Timmerman, 120 W. Delavan Drive. Mrs. Richard Teal, 614 N. Crosby Ave. Francis Reed, Beloit. Fred Olin, 308 N- Palm St. Alfred Nielsen, 1718 Hawthorne. Mrs. Robert Carlson, 1015 Clark. Daniel Lee Krueger, Milton. Diane Smith, 705 S. Pearl St. Film Shows How Deaf and Blind hild Is Taught Milton-Milton Junction Junior Woman's Club featured a film- talk on "Children of the Silent Night," the story of the deaf- blind child, last night. The documentary film about educating deaf-blind children was shown by Mrs. Donna Stauber, member of the Clinton Junior Woman's Club. The film concerns the largest of seven schools in the United States—The Deaf-Blind Department of the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown. Mass.— and shows how one deaf-blind child learns "to hear" through her fingers, is first introduced to the mysteries of language, and how she learns to say her first few words. After a business meeting the following women were accepted into the club: Mmes. Jerome Landsverk, Mac McMillan, Ted Perdelwitz, Richard Wendorf. John Fowler, Gene Weber and Frank Rice. Change of Address Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jentz have moved from 1403 Ruger Ave., to the home they bought at 2115 Cedar Pointe Drive. They have three daughters, Karen, Kathy and Barbara. Holidays Take Spotlight November activilies at the i Nov. 27 until Doc. nn bocause cf Janesville Country Club will re- n conflict in dat-.'; wit'i the Rrs- flect the approaching holiday ; toralion n.ill. whi^h wi'l he'd season, with accent on Thanks-' al the Country Club Nov. 27. giving, according to Mrs. Ralph i Members of the house com- Schlintz and Mrs. William Rie-' mittce, hoarl-fl by Mrs. Arthur mer Jr., cochairmen. JHod .^e ?nd Mrs. S-'h'intz, will A feather party Saturday, sp -^iid Tuesday. Nov. no, dsco- Nov. 13, will climax the usual, rating the club for the Christmas football festivities attendant on the Illinois-Wisconsin game. Mr. and Mrs. Fredric Mendelson and Dr. and Mrs. J. Richard Schro-1 der are cochairmen. Their committee includes Messrs. and Mmes. William Henke, Francis Gant, Harold Cole, James Stauff, E. J. Overton Jr. and James Brennan. The party fcr 7th, 8th and 9th graders has been postponed from Thomas Brandenburg, Beloit. David Stratton, 210 S. Pontiac. Jeffrey Niles, 2025 Crest View. Susan Beechler, 209 Milton Ave. Leslie McMullin, 15 Jackman St. Ronald Stubbendick, 2417 Newman St. Jeanette Strampe, 332 N. High Melvin Wilson, 557 N. Terrace. Genie Rowald, Rte. 2, Evans- viUe. Mrs. Ernest Hanson, Hanover. Mrs. Richard Dooley, 434 Plum. Mrs. George Coleman and daughter. Cedar Lane MobUe Court. Mrs. Richard Huggins and son, 122 Orchard St. Mrs. Thomas Brown and son 733 E- Centerway. SANDRA VINE Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Vine, Rte. 3, Janesville, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Sandra, to Victor Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill L. Smith, Taylorville, 111. A June wedding is planned. Sandra, a graduate of Janesville High School, attended Lincoln Christian College and Is now employed by the Genera Telephone Co. In Lincoln, 111, Mr. Smith is a second year student at Lincoln College. He was graduated from Taylorville High School. Party at Elks Cluh Elks may bring guests to the annual ThanksgiTing Feather party to be held at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Elks Club. In addition to fowl more than 50 prizes will be awarded. THANK YOU ... All Mercy Hospital Coffee Shop volunteers for your support and cooperation while was your personnel chairman. It was a pleasure working with all of you. Sincerely, Ln Voelkerlng hcMdavs. On the committee for .November are Mrs. Carl Jensen Jr., chairman, Mmes. J. C. .Johnson, Joseph Johnson and Joe K. Johnson. A special Thanksgiving dinner will be served from noon until 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. Members are to make early reservations with Doug Wallen, club manager. Abbey Gets Bath LONDON (AP) — Craftsmen have been cleaning the time- stained interior of London's Westminster Abbey with soap and water. The gloomy walls, described in official guidebooks as a "dirty, chocolate hue," now glisten anew, revealing the original white stone, marble and bright gold-leaf tracery. Honor Mrs. Spohn The open house for Mrs. Thomas Spohn Saturday afternoon will be held at the Arnold Boelke home, 1321 Sherman Ave., and not at Dawson Nursing Home as was announced previously. Mrs. Spohn will be celebrating her 92nd birthday. SOCIAL CALENDAR Fridiiy evranlrc KItjslj-KoopmBn dinner—L« Pod* Supper Club Cab-Y-Rpt-YMCA 7ih Grade Swing Lobby-YWCA Ssttirday noon Kclley-Moccero wedding—St. John Vltn- ney Church, 12 Saturday attemoon Klejjig-Koopman wedding — Cargill Church, 4 Saturday evening Feather party—Elks Qub n i OMEGA for a lifetime^ Ijo/ proud positssicut Atk lor !rtt Omtga StjU Srteharp i Dewey & Bandt Jewelry 16 E. Milwaukee St. HURRY... This is last call, the season is coming to a close!! Fresh . .. Juicy Apples • Mcintosh •AT Northwestern Greenings • Kendall •k Tolman Sweet • Snow •k Jonathan FRESH CIDER TRY SOME TODAY! Sunnyview ORCHARD East Side of Park, Hwy. 26 Milton, Wis. Open Evenings Till 8 p.m. PHONE 868-3468 JANESVILLE PET CENTER Tonight, Saturday and Sunday OPEN TONITE TILL 9. OPEN SAT. 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.. OPEN SUNDAYS NOON TO 6 P.M. For Those Who Would "RATHER SWITCH THAN FIGHT" . . . SIMPLY We Pick Up and Deliver THANK YOU Fred llltchle and Floyd McNaUy. Props. 24 N. FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 752-3613 • MINOR REPAIRS — DONE FREE • ALTERATIONS - NOMINAL CHARGE Open Till 9 Friday Evenings Come in... Meet DON and JEAN ONSRVD the Owners of the New Janesville Pet Center! SEE THEIR COMPLETE PET STORE! • Tropicalf Rare Fish of all kinds • DOGS, CATS • PARAKEETS • MYNAH BIRDS SlS.OOGift Cetrificate GRAND PRIZE No Purchase Necessary Come in and visit us often at the new Pet Centerl (Former Reeth's Heating Location at 1700 Center Ave.) • PET MICE • HAMSTERS • GUINEA PIGS • MONKEYS • IGUANAS • ALLIGATORS • AND ALL PET SUPPLIES! JANESVILLE PET CENTER 1700 CENTER AYE. 752-6629 Free Gifts for Mom and Dad! 10% Off on EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE During Our Grand Opening! • FREE GOLDFISH to Every Child Accompanied by His Parents!

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