News-Record from Neenah, Wisconsin on November 26, 1934 · 3
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Neenah, Wisconsin
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Monday, November 26, 1934
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it- THE DAILY NEWS-TIMES Monday; November 26, 1934 PAGE THREE Happenings in Neenah-Mena Moving Week At Y" Finds Most Of Activities Cancelled This is "moving week" at the Y W.C.A. and with few exceptions activities are cancelled. The A. V. club will meet at the new building on Tuesday evening at ?:30 o'clock and the president requests that all -girls wear wash dresses and bring an apron. This is the sixth , birthday of the. club and the occasion will be celebrated in -Trot)er . fashion with -cakes (somebody said three of them) and candles. ; - The business girls study group on - government will meet 'at the Kimberly school Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock as usual. Dr. Crow will speak on "Karl Marx and Russian Communism. If there are others 'outside the regular membership who would like to attend this interesting lecture arrangements may be made to do so at the Y. W. C. A. or with Genevieve Rogers or Grace Kortev. The dedication of the new "Y" will be held Sunday afternoon December 2, at 4:00 o'clock. The servjce of dedication has been compiled and will be conducted by Miss Elizabeth Wilson, who for many years has been member of the .. national staff of the Young Women's Christian association and who is a member of the Neenah- Menasha Y.W.C.A. All friends of the association have been invited. The Y.W.C.A. will keep "open house" all of the following week and hopes that a large part of the community will be their guests during that time. The dedication festivities will close with a dinner to be held on Monday evenng, Dec. 10, at which time Mrs. Charles W. Gilkey, president of the National Y.W.C.A. in 1930-32, will be the speaker. The public has been cor dially invited to this dinner. A candy sale will be sponsored by the Neenah Sophomore Girl Re serves at the high school on Tues day, Nov. The proceeds from this sale will be given over to the "Y" for furnishings in the new building. Members of the Menasha Freshman and Sophomore clubs have purchased, the official blue Girl Reserve tie and are starting to make the white unf orms which are worn for special occasions. This is ' the first group to have earned the; money for their unjformsT Society Sanctuary society of St. Margaret Mary church has completed arrangements for a Christmas party to be held Thursday, Dec. 6, in the parish hall. Mrs. Richard McHugh and Mrs. M. P. Hanson head committees in charge of arrangements. The society has ex tended an invitation to the women of the parish to join them at the party. A covered dish supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock and each woman has been asked to bring her own dishes, sandwiches, a covered dish and a 10 cent article for an exchange of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blank were surprised at their home, 232 South Park avenue, Sunday afternoon in honor of their twerity-sixth wedding anniversary. The guests included 53 friends and relatives. Games were played and at 6 o'clock a dinner was served. Out-of-town guests were Eniil Meyer, Mrs. Edna Marks and son, Lawrence and Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Farrell and daughter Hilda, all of Oshkosh. The usual large crowd attended Saturday night the third of the series of winter dancing parties sponsored by the Neenah Amusement association in Eagle hall. The next party will be given on the evening of Dec. 8. Couple Celebrates 25th Anniversary Street Commissioner and Mrs. Martin Wachholz entertained about 40 relatives-and friends Saturday evening at their home on Winneconne avenue in celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Wachholz received many gifts. Cards and dancing were enjoyed and a mock wedding, in which, Mrs. Wachholz wore her wedding dress, was performed- Supper was served at midnight. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Luebke, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mueller, Mrs. E. Wachholz and Harry Mueller, all of Milwaukee; Mr. . and Mrs. Carl Luebke, ' West Allis and Mr. and Mrs. William Westphal, Oshkosh. Nicolet chapter, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold its monthly business meeting this evening in S. A. Cook armory. A large attendance is desired as important business is to be transacted. The high school Junior class entertained a large, crowd of young people Saturday. evening in the school gymnasium. Dancing was enjoyed. " Women's Tuesday club will meet at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the public library club rooms. Dr. Louis Baker of Lawrence college will be the speaker. "ONCE A YEAR" SPECIAL TOMORROW TISSUE 31000 Sheet Rolls ! DRY WOOD I or 64 ft. loads 1 I No phones Ho Limit I 1 TJIJlOrJ FUFL CQ Hi! Nodeliveries Ui612Rolls I I Phope 203 I I Irregulars of our I nfrt.(1 1 mil' iHgaaaBMHaoM I 7c Mer. Fair Brand I MUSIC PROGRAM IF A MR I BASEMENTj Thespians To Give Play December 7 The date for presentation of the play, "The Three-Cortiered Moon," by the Neenah High School Thespians, has been set as Friday, Dec. 7, Miss Ruth Dieckhoff, dramatics instructor, who is directing, announced today. The play, which as a movie featured Claudet Colbert, Richard Ar-len and Mary Boland, gives a cross-section of the lives of a hilarious and irresponsible family, the Rimplegars. Papa Rimplegar left them ' a sizeable fortune but the mother invested it in "three-cornered moon" stocks that a "nice man, a very nice man," had told her to buy. Mrs. Rimplegar and the maid Jenny' offer plenty t of amusement while Elizabeth, the only daughter, and Ronald, a most artistic and useless poet, provide the love interest. Personals Col. and Mrs. J. B. Schneller left this morning for Detroit, Mich., where they will spend a few days with their son John, a member of the Detroit Lions, professional football team, and attend the Thanksgiving Day game between the Lions and Chicago Bears. On their way home, Mr. and Mrs. Schneller will see the same two teams play Sunday at Chicago. St. Patrick boy choristers and St. Patrick mixed choir, a 'combined chorus of 60 voices under direc tion of Leo A. Nickasch, organist and director at St. Patrick church. delighted thejr listeners with a sacred concert Hbroadcast over station WHBY from 4 to 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. , The good fortune oi? bagging deer during the first two days of the season has fallen to the lot of two youthful Neenah hunters. Gordon Sawyer, " Van street, and Charles Schultz, ; North Commercial St. Each has returned with one of the antlered monarchs of the northern Wisconsin wodds. f r k sr sir w m m mmm II WIlMjwipV scores of ideas for the most gracious giving. New . . . fresh ; . . exciting t'-J-It I ... practical . . r. fashionable ideas mat are more uian cercaui to inrui xne lf I I IPtiiwwr most important person on your list, tsui . . . nere is one tning to Dear in j f 1 f I fW mind. . -. that first selections are best. Plan to do your Christmas shopping Wimmt WB&?f early. If you do you'll be assured of many gift ideas that you may not find MikiisM ; 4 later. JL-iT l SMART o INDIVIDUAL GIFTS ; '' ' -.'..V; ' - ': '' r': . i; ' - ,t -: ." ..... . , I Last Preventative Clinic On Tuesday The last of a series of small pox and diphtheria preventative clinics, sponsored by the board of health, will be held at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Washington school, Dr. M. N. Pitz, city health officer, announced today. " Dr. Pitz also stated that the spread of scarlet l'ever has been checked, and that quaratine of the. majority of homes placarded will b$ week. The disease in prcti.cally all cases has been mild. . BIRTHS IS ANNOUNCED The program for the concert to be given Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the high school auditorium by the Senior Band, Junior Band, ' Orchestra and Girls and Boys Glee clubs, was announced today by Lester Mais, band director. It follows: "Morning Prayer," Tschaikow-sky; march, "Independentia," R. B. Hall; "Atlantis" (The Lost Continent), V.. F. Safranek Part I, Nocturne and Morning Hymn of Praise, Part II, A Court Function, Part III, I Love Thee, Baritone, Laverne Borchert, Cornet, Carlton Althaus, Part IV, The Destruction of Atlantis; Novelty, "A Fox Hunt," E. McKinley; Overture, "Is abella," Franz Suppe; Descriptive. "A Summer Evening in Hawaii," C. Wheeler; Male Quartet, Paul Weight, Allen Anderson, Fredreick Miller, Norman Brokaw; foregoing numbers played by Class A. Band "Marche Militaire," F. Schubert, arranged by Seredy; Medley", "Songs' of the South," arranged by Seredy; Overture, "Fair Maid of Perth," J. Widdel; Waltz, Sobre Las Olas," arranged by ; Seredy; foregoing numbers played by the Orchestra. March "Parade of the Guards," Ed. Chenette; Overture, "Enter-plan," F. H. Losey; Novelty, "Plantation Echoes," L. Brocton; Overture, "Iron Count," K. L. King; March, "The Atlantic Coast," Ed. Chenette; foregoing numbers played, by the. Class B Band. ."Salutation," Gaines; "Short-ning Bread," Wolfe, sung by trio, Donna Coleman, Helen Nooyen, Marion Hardt; "Aye, Aye, Aye," Creole Song; foregoing numbers sung by the Girls Glee club, Miss Katherine Jones, directing. "Massa Dear," from the New World symphony, A. Dvorak; "Moving Along," Brandon-Zemec- nik; "Winter Song," F. Bullard, sung by the Boys Glee club, A meeting of the Y. T. and F. club will be held at 2:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Elwers, 207 Elm street. Neenah Royal Neighbors will hold a business meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in Eagle hall. A social time will follow the session. George Klinke, past master of Kane lodge of Masons, will be in charge of third degree work to be put on at a meeting of F. A. M. lodge of Menasha tonight. Menasha high school has been presented a Cine-Kodak movi camera, together with all necessary equipment by the members' of the Alumni association. It will be used for photographing school activities. Two local students have been selected as members of the A-Ca-pella choir, of the Oshkosh State Teachers college. They are Ber- taline Fetters, 312 Caroline street, ;who sings second alto, and Her? bert Pitz, route 1, Neenah, who i sings bass. ' Licenses to marry were granted during the past week by the Win nebago county clerk to Harry Ambrose Spilski of Menasha and Gertrude Daniels of Appleton and Irwen i"L. Schoepel and Doris M Jape, both of Menasha. , Miss Katherine Corry, 600 First street, Menasha who is attending the Oshkosh State Teachers' college, has become a member of Marquette, society for Catholie students. , Neenah fire department extii guished a chimney-fire at the Johni Only two new cases developed lasij0.0? n9me 120 East vC6luVn uian, avenue, oaturaay nignt. l nere. was no damage. Mrs. Henry Hanke has left her home in Seattle, Wash., after A daughter was born Sunday afternoon at Theda Clark hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, Marten street. FUNERALS The funeral of Clyde Arft, former Menasha man, was held this morning at 9 o'clock from St. Mary church, Appleton. Burial was in St. Mary cemetery. Pall bearers were E. A. Killoren, C. A. Loesch- er, Dan Courtney, Gustave Kools, R. W. Maloney and Joha Deltgen. A German saengerfest will be given by the Appleton Maenner-chor at Germania hall, Menasha, in connection with a Thanksgiving dancing party on Thursday evening of this week. The program is scheduled to start at 8 o'clock. Needs the Muscle ' The average housewife, in washing dishes, handles 340 tons of china a year. Music Left to University Nine tons of music were, left the University of Illinois band by Sousa's will. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parmen were hosts to a party of relatives and friends Sunday at their home on Monroe street, the occasion be ing the thirteenth anniversary of their marriage. About 20 were served at a 6 o'clock supper. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bishop en tertained -a company of guests Saturday night at their home on East Franklin avenue in celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Funeral services for Anton Zie- linski were held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. John church, Menasha, Rev. S. A. Elbert officiating. Burial was in St. John cemetery. THE NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS BRING RESULTS week's visit . with friends here. relatives and The council street, highway and bridge committee will discuss work to be provided for ih; ; lext lyear's; budget at a meeting WedneSds night at the city hall. . 1 h -!f Mrs. Jennie Inghram, Second street, Menasha, is receiving treats ment at Theda Clark hospital. Lee Royer visited at Over the weekend. Prentice Mothers ? In treating children's colds, chances. .use vV'kiw V VapoRub ROLLER SKATING At Wesley Hall, M. E. Church every Tuesday evening 7:30; Public invited. Nominal admission. ' POULTRY CARD PARTY Danish Brotherhood Hall Wednesday 8:00 P. M. POULTRY CARD PARTY Tuesday Evening November 27th at the St. Margaret Mary Hall TUESDAY DAY t to place Your Thanksgiving ORDER AT THE Dutch Oven Bakery Rum Fruit Cakes -Pumpkin & Mince Pies Pumpkin Spice Cakes TEL. 1200 117 Church St. HEUER & HANSON FUNERAL HOME E. C. HEUER, Embalmer & Director MRS. HEUER, Lady Assistant M. P. HANSON Phone 2406 WM. PAGE, Assistant "Neenah's First Funeral Home" Phone 1342 GROCERY Suggestions For Your Thanksgiving Dinner To make it easy for you to plan your Thanksgiving Dinner we have chosen with care the choicest foods the market af-fordsV It will prove a time saving trip for you to shop here. Below we have listed a few suggestions You will find many more at our store. RICHELIEU MINCE MEAT is blended according to a treasured secret formula. Aged in oak casks for a year, rich and fragrant , it is a product unsurpassed for quality and purity. HOME MADE Mayonnaise and Thousand Island Dressing. Glazed Fruits Nuts of all kinds. - Celery Hearts is one of our specialities. We can please you. Richielieu Sweet New York Cheese. Cider - and Mickelberry and Bacon. Pork Sausage Genuine red soil Jersey Sweet Potatoes. FRESH VEGETABLES of every description FRESH OYSTERS Cluster Raisins, Juicy Figs Red and Green Grapes Kuehl's Grocery PHONE 252 YOU MAY NOT FIND LATER $2.98 to $14.50 J8$i.oo $4.95 v ROBES She'll instantly note the new lines of this warm flannel mixed with pure wool . . she'll like the coat-like lapels and soft draping lines given by unusual styling. oo- i. Jin BOUDOIR SLIPPERS Smart looking slippers are sure to "make the heart beat a bit faster". Several .colors and styles to choose from! V HAND BAGS A selection of handbags that make gift-choosing a pleasure! ' Smart shapes with nice lined and fitted interiors and smart fastenings. Grained and smooth .leathers, silk, or velvet. T If r If t rl X i W$1.19 Vti t- ..' "J. ;,V. .tl- TT ' It 1 i K HOSIERY Women never get too many pair of hose. They love to, get them ... and they love to wear them when they are so sheer. They know they- .will fit, will wear and. always look sheer and smart. RHINESTONE Every woman : and girl is anxious to receive this unusually smart jewelry as a gift. RHINE- STONE ; is enjoying a "great run" (as a "great favorite". Exciting and charming, too! GLOVES Give fabric gloves such as the styles shown here,' and you give a, smart' accessory. Made- of double woven or Simplex fab-ric with swagger flared cuffs. . Contrast- trims,, too. , ; - , ; r A I $io. " ' $3.50 t - 5 - i : ; - - DRESSER SETS A gift of great beauty and one that will be used for years: It's sure to please "your favorite" . . . in a big way. Three piece set, smartly styled in several color schemes. ' COMPACTS 50c to $5.00 Compacts are always welcomed as thoughtful gifts. Here are two new ideas that are certain to be "thrillers" to many a girl this Christmas. Many added features, too! , Up LINEN SETS Here isr an Italian Set of all pure linen, with woven color design. Every housewife enjoys receiving linen as a Christmas gift, and this is sure to please her. . f 9 I 4i u VI aoirey "The Twin Cities Gift Store" it

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