The Post-Crescent from Appleton, Wisconsin on August 10, 1937 · 12
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Appleton, Wisconsin
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Tuesday, August 10, 1937
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Page Twelre APPLETON POST-CRESCENT Tuesday Evening, August 10, 1937 Mrs. Stier to Attend Meet OfW.C.O.F. MRS. William J. Stier, chief ranger of Appleton court cf Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, will leave Wednesday morning for Milwaukee where she will attend the international quadrennial convention of the order as one of the delegates from the state of Wisconsin. Mrs. Stier was elected a delegate at the state convention held at Green Bay earlier this summer. Mrs. D. M. Rogers, chief ranger of the Necnah court, who is also a delegate from the state, will also attend the Milwaukee meeting. The convention will open at 9 o'clock Thursday morning with a mass at Si. John's Cathedral. Msgr. Francis E. Murphy will celebrate the mass and he will be assisted by the Rev. William Mahoney. Madison, and the Rev. J. T. McQuestion of St. Thomas Aquinas church, Milwaukee. The opening business session will take place at 10:30 that morning in the Pfister hotel, convention headquarters. However, there will be a reception for high court officers and delegates Wednesday night at the hotel. Principal speakers at the opening meeting will be Mrs. Mary E. Murphy, Chicago, high vice chief ranger, and the Rev. Joseph Hanz, Beloit, secretary of the Northwest A dinner will be served at 6:30 Thursday evening at which Archbishop Samuel A. Stritch of Milwaukee will be the speaker. Following a mass at 8 o'clock Friday morning, the delegates will be taken on a trip to Forest Villa, the Forester home near Chicago. Election of high court officers will take place Saturday, and the convention will close Saturday evening. Final arrangements for the joint picnic of Harvey Pierre post and auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars next Sunday at Erb park, in connection wit the Eighth district meeting, will be made at the meeting of the auxiliary at 7:45 Thursday night at Eagle hall. Mrs. Rose Korte will be chairman of the social hour after the meeting. Several Appleton Odd Fellows and Rebekahs were among those present at the homecoming Sunday at Odd Fellows home in Green Bay which was attended by about 300 persons from various parts of the state. The pilgrimage, which Is an annual affair, is held to stimulate interest in the home among Wisconsin Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and to give the residents of the home a chance to visit with their former friends throughout the state. Among those present from Appleton were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Breitenfelt and family, Mrs. Dora Buttles, Mrs. Alice Ralph and William Damerow. Speeches were given by officers by the two lodges and by Mayor John S. Farrell of Green Bay during the afternoon program which included games for the children and entertainment for adults. Parties Jerry Schuessler, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schuessler, entertained a group of friends Monday afternoon at his home in honor of his sixth birthday anniversary. Games were played in the afternoon. Those present were Joan Schreiter, Donna Mae and Phyllis Corcoran, Dickie Peckel, Dick Fass. Audrey Schuessler, Bobby Schroeder, Phyllis Leininger and Jack Schreiter. The second of a weekly series of card parties being given by St. Therese church will be at the parish hall at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Zuehlke and Mrs. Frank Manier are in charge. Hold Dancing Party At Whiting Boathouse Costumed as a pilot, a first mate and a plain gob. the Misses Frances, Fredericka and Isabel Whiting, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Whiting, E. Forest avenue, Neenah. welcomed their shipmate guests on the deck of the Good Ship Whiting Monday evening as they entertained at a sailor party. That the Good Ship Whiting was improvised with the boat house and roof garden atop did not detract from the enjoyment of the 150 young people from the Twin Cities. Appleton and Oshkosh as they danced to the music of an Appleton orchestra and chuckled at each other's attempts to appear costumed as sailors and shipmates. Miss Heals Hostess at Party for Bridcto-bc Muss Virginia Beals, Neenah, was hostess to 14 guests at a bridge-luncheon Monday afternoon at Riv-c-rview Country club in honor of Miss Josephine Buchanan. Apple-ton, whose marriage to Frederick Lenfestey, De Tere, will take place Sept. 3. Mrs. Eleanor Nash Ambler. Manitowoc, was an out-of-town guest, the others being from Neenah and Appleton. Summer Sale BLANKETS $3.95 to $8.95 EVERY one 100 VIKGIN Wool, 72 x 88 and 90 ins., soft, warm, fluffy, wash beautifully and wear a LIFE time. Appleton Superior Factory Show Eoom. A Chic -Oil Treatment natural loveliness. CHIC BEAUTE SALON Phons 632 wwwM,,""1 it i 7N i ; 1 KAUL TREVER FAMILY ON VACATION AT PINE LAKE Deserting the heat of Washington, D. C, for the cooling; breezes of Wisconsin lakes, Mrs. Karl L. Trever and her three children, shown above, are spending the next two weeks with Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Trever of Appleton at Pine Lake. They arrived with Mr. Trever last Friday and the two families left Sunday for Pine Lake. The group in the above photo include, left to right, Robert, Beth, Mrs. Trever and Martha. Mr. Trever is assistant archivist for the national archives of the United States in Washington. (Post-Crescent Pboto) Peninsula Popular for Summer Vacation Trips EPHRAIM and the Door county peninsula continues to attract a number of Appleton and Neenah-Menasha people for .vacation trips ranging from a few days to several weeks. Among those who have gone there recently are rirs. R. W. Shepherd, 922 E. College avenue, who is there to play in the Peninsula State park golf tournament this week: Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hartwig. 228 E. Lawrence street, who are camping at Nicolet Bay and also plan to play in the tournament. : Mr. and Mrs. Gustave J. Keller and family, 921 E. College avenue, have taken a cottage at Ephraim for this week and had as their guests for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bannister of Appleton. Mrs. H. S. Harwood, Menasha, is spending this week with Mrs. Fred Peterson at her cottage, and Mrs. E. P. Hughes. Appleton, is also there. Mrs. R. W. Shepherd who is playing in the golf tournament at Peninsula State park this week, won the cup for A flight two years ago and was runner-up in the same flight last year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schabo, 115 N. Bennett street, and Mrs. Henry Schabo, 115 E. Summer street, will return home today from Milwaukee where they have been attending the state convention of the American Legion. Mrs. Elizabeth Stone and Miss Clara Brewster of Pittsburgh are visiting at the home of Mrs, F. H. Richmond, 745 E. Alton street. They arrived today and plan to stay about a month. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moritz and son. Marvin, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moritz, 627 S. Weimer street, left Monday for their home in Detroit, Mich. Mrs. 3. K. Singler and son. Gary, 218 N. State street, her sister, Mrs. H. P. Fisher, Springdale, Pa., who has been visiting in Appleton for the last few weeks, and another sister, Miss Elizabeth Konz, Milwaukee, will go to Bass Lake Country club, north of Antigo, Saturday to spend two weeks. Miss Konz is expected to arrive from Milwau-kse the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Konz. Sr., and daughter, Geraldine. 606 N. Oneida street, returned Friday from Rochester, Minn., w-here Mrs. Konz underwent an operation. Jack Courtney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Courtney. 3 Pierce court, arrived home today after spending sSeven weeks at camp Manitowish. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffiths, daughter. Gladys, and son. Harley. Green Bay, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harriman, 1150 E. Pacific street, Mr. Griffiths is a brother of Mrs. Harriman. Mrs. Myrtle Nohr, Green Bay. was a weekend guest of the Harrimans also. Miss Katherine Barker, Astoria, Ore,, who spent two weeks in Appleton as the guest of Mrs. Alice Jones, 117 E. Harris street, has re-turned to her home. She was entertained at a number of small parties and gatherings while in Appleton. The Misses, Esther Schmidt and Betty Ralston, Milwaukee, who spent the last two weeks as ths guest of Miss Lola Mae Riggles. 704 S. Mason street, returned to their homes Monday, accompanied by Miss Riggles who w.ll visit there for the next few weeks. The three girls spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Appleton at Freedom during their stay here, and Mrs. Con Riggles entertained for the visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hirscheimer. Evansville, Ind., who spent last ENJOY SUMMER SPORTS BUT PROTECT YOUR HAIR! will restore vour hair to its Over Thiede'i ......... i-irrnr rv-iru-L-L-UT-ruxaruLa' e - 'Uj&7. week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wallens, 537 N. Union street, have returned home. Mr. Hirshei-mer is a sister of Mrs. Wallens. Miss Barbara Levinson. Milwaukee, and Miss Gretel Rosenfelder. Green Bay, will arrive in Appleton this week to visit with Miss Jean Wallens, 537 N. Union street. The former will arrive Wednesday and the latter on Friday. Miss Mary Hofmann. daughter of pMr. and Mrs. A. W. Hofmann, 302 N. Outagamie street, has returned home after spending five weeks with her aunt in Petosky, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stacey, 605 S. Story street, have left fov a 2-week vacation in New York. On the way they will visit Mr. Stacey's mother in Detroit and his sister in Glen Falls, N. Y. Miss Adelaide Schommer, 833 W. Terrace street, has returned from a week's motor trip to Chicago, Milwaukee and Gary. Ind. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ling-nowski, Ambrose, Richard and Olive Lingnowski.- Mr. and Mrs. Ross J. Glasheen and son. Joseph, 608 S. State street, drove to Niagara Sunday to visit their son, Clifford, who is employed at the Kimberly mill there. They also drove to Iron Mountain, Mich., and to Hermansville. Mich., to visit the home of Mrs. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Howland, who have been visiting Mrs. Howland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stark, 720 N. Clark street, for the last week, returned to their home in Washington, D. C. today. Miss Bernice Stark went with them.' 46 Attend Reunion of llulm Family at Cottage Forty-six relatives attended a reunion of the Huhn family Sunday at the Charles Bohn cottage, Clover Leaf lakes near Clintonville. A dinner at noon was followed by picnic activities. All of the children of Mrs. Jennie Huhn of Clintonville and their families were present for the occasion. They are the Rev. John Huhn of Luxember, George Huhn of Fond du Lac; Mrs. A. J. Theiss of Appleton, Mrs. Peter Dunn of Antigo, Mrs. Jennie Riess of Lena, Mrs. James Flanagan of Bear Creek, Mrs. Carl Schlinger and Mrs. John Hayden of Clintonville. Adeline Ziebell Will Marry Muskegon Man Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ziebell, 614 W. College avenue, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Adeline, to Jerry Schalk of Muskegon, Mich. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. Schalk is employed as inspector by the Bennet Pump company in Muskegon, and Miss Ziebell is a registered nurse. Carefully follow instructions for making pickles. Tough, shriveled pickles are caused by too much salt, too much vinegar or the use of old cucumbers. Soft pickles are usually due to the use of vinegar that is too strong. PER PERSON For Safe, Rapid Town Taxi Service AH Passengers INSURED TELEPHONE " " ' i I - sr. t . ... i t Coming Marriages Announced Sunday In Little Chute Three Couples Planning For Weddings Soon at St. John Church Little Chute Announcement was made at St. John church Sunday of the coming marriages: Miss Lu-cina Bongers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Bongers and Nicholas Jansen, son of Cornelius Jansen both of Little Chute and Miss Mar-cia Hermans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hermans, and Paul Verstegen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Verstegen, both of Little Chute. .Miss Frances Verstegen entertained a group of friends at her home on Grand avenue Friday evening in honor of her birthday anniversary. Music furnished by Adolph Anderson and Sylvester Vanden Boogaard was part of the evening's entertainment Lunch was served. The guests were Misses Adell Jansen, Anna De Wildt, Christine Hakkert, Cora Van Nu-land, Minnie Hakkert, Betty De Bruin, Blanche Verkuilen, Helen Ludwig, Grace Hermans and Larry Van Handle, James Ludwig, Richard Hakkert, Henry Publoski, Robert Diener, Neil Davison, Roily Choudoir, Harold Frieders, Donald Kelmes, Vern Alfgrom, Norbert Verstegen and John Hancoff. Mrs. Nicholas Derks, Vanden-broek street is confined to her home by illness. Miss Camilla Kostka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kostka returned home Sunday from a six weeks visit with relatives in Ladysmith and Chicago. Miss Anna Peeters, who Is employed in Milwaukee, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Stephen M. Peeters. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ebben, route 1, Kaukauna, entertained a large number of relatives and friends at their home Sunday evening in honor of their fifteenth wedding anniversary. Dancing provided amuse ment and music was furnished by Leo Berghuis. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Ebben, Martin and Miss Susan Ebben, Mrs. Mary Berghuis, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berghuis, Mr. and Mrs. William Ebben. Mr. and Mrs. John Oudenhov-en, Gerald Berghuis, Mr. and Mrs. George Vanden Heuvel, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vanden Boogaard, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Asten, Mr. and Mrs. George Weyenberg, Misses Clara, Marian, Margaret, Roseann and Theresa Vanden Boogaard, Harry Vanden Boogaard, Martin Hietpas, William Wildenberg, Little Hopitai 'relyonCuticura. "Baby's touchy .skin deserves CUTICURA QUICK GLEANING SERVICE! Just tell the driver when you want your clothes returned . and you'll have them back on timet 0 n 1 y a modern plant and expert staff can bring you this service. PHONE 4410 Rechner Cleaners f I I .-..- .. . 3 Marie Roemer ToMelvinKnabenbauer In Church at Ceremony THE REV. THEODORE ROEMER. Mt. Calvary, a cousin of the bride, officiated at the wedding at 8:30 this morning at St. Mary church of Miss Marie Roem er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Roemer, 1014 W. Harris street. and Melvin Knabenbauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Knabenbauer, 1308 S. Jefferson street. The bride Church to Dedicate New Organ UNDAY. Sept 19, is the date set for the dedicatory concert w on the new organ in the newly remodeled Memorial Presbyterian church which is being sponsored by the organ committee and the Presbyterian Guild. The date was set at a joint meeting of the guild board and the organ committee last night at the home of Mrs. W. B. Thompson, W. Lawrence street. Guest artists for the concert will be Russell Hayton, former organist at Memorial Presbyterian church and now organist and choir director at St. Bartholomew church, Chicago, , and Babette Marshall Breslauer, Milwaukee, reader. A new Kimball organ is being installed at the Presbyterian church which has been undergoing remodeling this summer. When Circle Ora of First Bap-list church met for a supper last night at the home of Mrs. Roy Harriman, 1150 E. Pacific street, two guests were present, Mrs. Myrtle Nohr, Green Bay, who was a weekend guest of Mrs. Harriman, and Mrs. Mae Wheeler, Los Angeles, Calif., mother of Mrs. W. S. Ryan. Miss Edith Cooney was assistant hostess. Eleven persons were present at the meeting. Mrs. Ed Peotter is captain. The next meeting will be the first Tuesday in September at the home of Mrs. Roy Schrock, Little Chute. Young People's Missionary circle of Emmanuel Evangelical church will hold a picnic meeting at the Kaukauna tourist park Wednesday evening. The members will meet at the church at 5:30. Mrs. Mildred Selig will be leader. Chute: Miss Florence Schlag, Green Bay; Mrs. Mary Hietpas, Mr. and Mrs. George Kerkhoff, Miss Betty Kerkhoff, Mr. and Mrs. William Hietpas. Misses Shirley and Mildred Hietpas, Appleton; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berghuis and Miss Lo-retta Berghuis, Combined Locks. Miss Prudence Gloudemans returned Sunday from a weeks vacation spent with friends at Long lake. Cars driven by Adrian Biester-veld and Hubert Look, both of this village, were both badly damaged in a collision on the corner of Taylor street and Garfield avenue at about 9:30 Sunday morning. The Biesterveld car crushed into a light pole causing it to break. No one was Injured. ' .. ... J. .u m Oil Treatment and Finger Wave . . $1.00 Conti Shampoo and Finger Wave . . 40c Permanents $2.50 to $7.50 Helen 0RT Beauty Salon Olympia Bldg. 107 W. College Ave. Phone 721 ftp fjyjft It 1 USE OUR PAY PLAN ray for your classes on easy credit terms at absolutely no cost. EUGENE OPTICIAN and 115 E. College Ave. Married was attended by her sister. Rita, and her cousin, Louise, as bridesmaids, and by Mrs. Ray Keller of Menasha as matron of honor. Clarence Knabenbauer attended his brother as best man, and another brother, Jerome, also attended him. Clarence Roemer, brother of the bride, and Harold Knabenbauer, brother of the bridegroom, were ushers. St. Joseph's choir sang during the mass and Miss Helen Pleier gave a vocal solo. Three cousins of the bride, Kenneth, Eugene and Donald Killoren were mass servers, as was also Ralph Van Handel. A wedding breakfast and dinner were served at the bride's home to the immediate families, and about 75 relatives and friends will be pres ent at a supper at the home this evening. A reception will be held during the evening for friends of the couple. After a trip to Kentucky which will last about 10 days, Mr. and Mrs. Knabenbauer will make their home in Appleton. The bride is a graduate of Appleton High school and is employed at the Woolworth company, while Mr. Knabenbauer is employed at the Patten Paper company. Barrington-Christensen Miss Kathryn Barrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barrington, and Palmer Christensen,' Winchester, were quietly' married at the bride's ho-? at Little Wolf Saturday in the presence of only the immediate families. They will make their home in Neenah where the bridegroom has employment. Wallenfangs Entertain Out-of-Town Visitors Dale Adam Wallenfang and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paull Tilly of Green Bay, Albert Van Lannan and family, Oneida, Al Remhardt and family of Duck Creek were entertained at Sunday dinner at the Frank Wallenfang home. Adolf Schauder and son of Rhine-lander and Mr. and Mrs. William Schauder of Clintonville visited at the Nemon home Sunday. Mrs. A. L. Zimmer of Appleton and Mrs. Dena Curtiss of New London were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Berner last week. Birdell Grossman has returned from Camp McCoy and the Rev. and Mrs. Waldemar Zink and children have returned from a three weeks trip to Bay City, Mich., and southern Wisconsin. Roy Groeher of Milwaukee spent Sunday at the Herman Price home. His wife and his mother, Mrs. S. Groeher who had been visiting here returned to Milwaukee with him. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hanselman and daughter Lorraine left Saturday for Indiana to spend two weeks vacation. Miss Dorothy Rock who Is studying nursing at Milwaukee returned Sunday after spending a few weeks at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Rock. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Kuehnl and son, William attended the Legion convention at Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Len Daschner spent the week end in northern Wisconsin. The regular meeting of the fire department was held Thursday eve- UNDERNOURISHED HAIR is brought back to its lively self only thru a series of good oil treatments STURDY BUIVT far CUllDREN Brine the children down for a scientific eye examination now. Don't let poor vision spoil their chances In life. WALD JEWELER Appleton Miss Dorothy Weideman Is Honored at Shower Mrs. Alma Galloway and Miss Mary Tampy entertained at a shower Monday evening at the Galloway home, 131 S. Memorial street. in honor of Miss Dorothy Weideman who will be married to Omar Schmirler in September. Court whist was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Irvin Reimer and Mrs. Eldred Bowe. The guests present were Mrs. Eldred Bowe. Mrs. Irvin Kopischke, Mrs. Kenneth Pautz, Mrs. George Becher. Miss Gertrude Mittag. Miss Ethel Tietz. Mrs. Clarence Schroeder, Mrs. Jack Burke. Mrs. Roy KohL Mrs. Irvin Reimer, Mrs. Fred Miller, Miss Elsie Dahm, Miss Adeline Haag, Miss Connie Vermuelen, Miss Mildred Liegeois, Miss Helen Barta, Miss Helen Glas-nip, Mrs. Howard Batley, Mrs. Alma Galloway, Miss Mary Tampy and Miss Dorothy Weideman. Bride-to-be Guest at Dessert-Bridge Party A dessert-bridge honoring Miss Nona Nemacheck, who will be a bride this month, was given last night by Mrs. Jerry Slavik and her sister, Mrs. Allan Arthur, Ironwood, Mich., at the home of Mrs. Slavik, 416 N. Morrison street. Four tables of bridge were in play and prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Roemer and Mrs. Harold Bialkowsky of Neenah. Miss Nemacheck received a gift Those present were Mrs. Richard Crain, Stevens Point; Mrs. Alvm Lang, Menasha; Mrs. Bialkowsky, Neenah; Mrs. A. L. Miller, Winne-conne; Mrs. Earl Miller, Miss Doro thy Davis, Mrs. William Hornbeck, Mrs. Stephen Kukolich, Miss Ca mille Verbrick, Miss Mary Fulton, Miss Helen McKenny, Mrs. Alex J. Manier, Mrs. . Frank Manier, Mrs, Thomas Flanagan, Jr., Mrs. Roemer, and Mrs. William Nemacheck. Building Permits Five building permits were is sued Monday by the building in spection departments. Permits were issued to Frank Krause, 1519 W. Eighth street, to build a sun porch at an estimated cost of $200; Raymond Jarchow, 1723 Harriman street, residence and garage to cost $4,500; Mrs. Theresa Laux, 100 W. Wisconsin avenue, basement wall $250. and J. A. Merkle, 1225 W. Spring street, residence and garage to cost $3,500. Bake escalloped mixtures in a shallow, wide dish to save time and fuel. ning. A truck has been purchased and they are awaiting its delivery. There will be services at St. Joseph's Catholic church at 8:30 Sunday morning. Shampoo, Rinse, Finger Wave and Neck Clip Moil, Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Genuine Nu Pad Only $2)25 Complete (1 VEGETABLE OIL Complete with Hair Cut, Finger Wave for HOLLYWOOD KURL $45195 One of our most popular waves. Complete VELVA The aristocrat of all permanent waves. No electricity, no machines, no pulling, no chemicals. A wave created in a bath of pure oil. Complete Roberta Beauty Salon Expert Operators Appleton's Most Popular Beauty Shop Open Tues. Si Fri. Evenings, 107 E. College Ave., Fhone 2056 Oyer Otto Jenss, Clothier. No waiting, no appointments necessary KLEENEX DISPOSABLE TISSUES Save on laundry and wear and tear en hanklei OSav at this NEW LOW GEENEN'S Miss Wall Winner id Golf Meet j MISS BERNICE- WALL. Oshkosh. won the prize Monday, ladies' day, at North Shore Golf club, for the greatest number of pars in 18 holes. Miss Wall had six. Mrs. E. Wyman was sports chairman for the day. In the bridge tournament in the afternoon prizes were won by Mrs. John Bergstrom, Neenah, and Mrs. Taylor D. Ward, Neenah. Mrs. Morgan Davies was bridge chairman. A few more of the matches for the class championships for women have been played. In Class A Mrs. L. H. Joannes defeated Mrs. R. A. Peterson, and Mrs. J. F. Hunt defeated Mrs. C. D. Shepard. Mrs. Joannes will play Mrs. Hunt for Class , A championship. In Class B Miss Jeanne Sage defeated Mrs. F. J. Sensenbrenner, and Miss Mimi Mory will play her mother, Mrs Carl Mory. The mpptins nf the Three Urfkk club that was to have been held this week has been postponed to Aug. 25 at the home of Mrs. Emma Schwerke, 820 E. Wisconsin avenue Prizes will be given for the best low net ball of partners for nine holes and for 18 holes, and for low putts for nine holes and 18 holes Wednesday, ladies' day at Butte des Morts Golf club. Mrs. Don Cutrin. Mrs. Harold Wolfe and Mrs. Barney Hoffmaster will play in the foursome with Everett Leonard, pro Guest day for women will be Wednesday, Aug. 25. Mrs. Royall La Rose and Mrs. J K. Singler won first place for north and south and Dr. George Massari and Charles Boyd first for east and west at the weekly contract bridge tournament Monday night at Butfr des Morts Golf club. Second placf for north and south was won b, Dave Smith and Mark Catlin. Jr. and for east and west by Heni Scheil and Mrs. Dave Smith. Mrs. Charles Young was hostes: to her bridge club Monday afternoon at her home, 620 N. Oneida street. Next week the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph Kox, 911 E. Atlantic street. , . MARRIAGE LICENSES Application for marriage licensf has been made at the office of John E. Hantschel, Outagamie coun1 clerk, by Curtis Wolf, Kaukauna and Jean Specht, Kaukauna. Dim Lights for Safety END CURL $375 Shampoo and r WAVE D' PAREE S50 Given in any style you wish. 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