The Daily Herald from Chicago, Illinois on May 3, 1946 · Page 31
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The Daily Herald from Chicago, Illinois · Page 31

Chicago, Illinois
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Friday, May 3, 1946
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About Itasca People Miss Anne Lnuterbtidh hns returned from it week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. Forest O. Warren In Arlington. Virginia. While there she spent sevenil days .In Wtlliamsburg, Richmond and ChtirtotteaviUc. T-8 Carl Mueller will long remember Eoster day April 21. 1946, for on this day he received his discharge from the nrmy ut Ft. Sheridan. He was in service nbotit two years, having been In the ETC 10 months his first yenr. HP and Mrs. Mueller live at 313 North Onk st. The Chestnut Room?' Mrs. Carrie Stoike returned home Sunday from Springfield, ill,, where she had been the past six weeks helping care for her new grandson, Allan Kent, who arrived March 26 at the home of her son, Kenneth Stoike, Birthday congratulations this week go to "Happy" Stearn and Stuart Wolz for Monday, April 29, and to Henry Drogomueller for Tuesday, April 30. We won't tell these "youngsters" ages! The Evening Circle of the Presbyterian church will meet next Friday, May 10, at the home of Mrs. W, Meissner at 8' p. m. v 'Be Sure With Pure' BUMPER to BUMPER SERVICE! F R E E ! TRIP M A P S AND I N I T I A L EMBLEMS We Buy and Sell Used Cars WOLF AUTO SALES CENTER ST. IRVING PARK RD. BENSENVILLE W. C. WOLF. Proprietor TEL. 608 There is a cry for the return of pic plates taken home by guests of the Country Fair when whole pies were sold. The name of the owner is on the bottom of the glass plate or tin. Please get, in touch with Mrs. Lester Wise, phone 20, South Maple st. Thanks for your cooperation. The committee on pies for the country fair wishes to express its thanks for the very generous response to the call for pies. When one considers the difficulty and expense in getting the materials for a good pie (and they were GOOD), the committee feels that the women of this small town are a bit out of the ordinary in generosity and helpfulness. Sincere thanks of the committee to all of you. Mrs. Arthur Elliott, chairman. Miss Shirley Madsen of the Lincoln College staff, Lincoln, III., spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Madsen. We welcome to Itapcn Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Kube of Chicago who moved Saturday into their recently constructed home on 423 North Willow st. Sympathies are extended to the bereaved of Mrs. Caroline Homey, er, who passed away last Thursday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Schlomann. Funeral services were conducted Monday in St. Luke Lutheran church, with interment in St. Luke cemetery. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Plass was seven years old on May 1. To commemorate the event, several of her playmates gathered at her home after school to share treats, Miss Ida Claire Lawrence has been on the sick list this week. -- FOR SALE -Lincoln Soy Beans . Crow's Hybrid Seed Corn Early Maturity Single Cross 407 Double Cross 432 Medium Maturity Single Cross 607 Double Cross 360 JULIUS ROSENWINKEL rrAscA, ILL. 31* SO. MAPLE Mr. and Mrs. Ed Imwie announce the arrival of a baby daughter, Sandra Jean, Tuesday, April 30, in Elmhurst Memorial , hospital. Congratulations to the I maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Louis D. Stolley and the paternal grandmother, Mrs, Chas. Imwie of Bensenvillc. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Fred Schmidt in the bereavement last Thursday of her brother, Steven A. Lee. Funeral services were held in Chicago Monday afternoon, interment at Woodlawn cemetery. Happy birthday to "Chuckle", son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roc, and to Jeanette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Emde, who both are four years old Thursday, May 2, The usual ·partyf*Btivi- ties took place in each home for their youngster. Mrs. Herman Amundson of Green Cove Springs, "Florida, surprised her former neighbors of Willow st. by putting in a surprise visit Sunday afternoon and evening, which terminated with a luncheon Monday noon in the Mcclenclorp home of the former Mender's Club. Mrs. Amundson expects to return to Florida this week end. Mrs. Edwin Peifer was hostess to a bridal shower in her home Wednesday evening honoring the bride-to-be, Miss Martha Carter, whoso marriage to Mr. Frank Cash of New Castle, Penn., will take place in the near future. Can We Help You? Come In Any Time! UR B A N K ·A. FRIEND IN NEED This Hank strives to maintain the clone, helpful, confidential contacts with its customers (hat lawyers and doctors establish w i t h their clients ant patients. Whether your financial problem is of a business or a personal nature, you will find your Bank is a friend in need, ready to do everything possible to assist you. Dealings with your Bank are '.iJways held in strictest confidence. Come in and see us anytime we can be" of service to you. Roselle State Bank FRIDAY, MAY PAGE' Times AT CENTER THEATRE,, BENSENVILLE, MAY Gene Tierney and Cornel Wilde are starred in the psychological screen drama, "Leave Her To Haven," 20th Century-Fox's Technicolor filmization of the Ben Ames Williams best-seller. The picture, presented by Darryl F. ZanucH, presents Gone as the madly jealous young wife who will stop at nothing -- even murder -- to keep her husband completely to herself. 'Lenvc Her To Heaven" marks Miss Tirney's most important role to date, and 'also brings Wilde to the screen in his first modern romantic'part. At the Center Theatre, Bensenvillc, Sunday,' Monday and Tuesday, May 5, 6 and 7. A correction: It was erroneously stated last week that the Sweet Shop would be included in those stores closing Wednesday afternoons. Mrs. Thornton announces that she will remain open Wednesday afternoons, due to newspaper sales, etc. We trust patrons will govern themselves accordingly. The annual Mother-Daughter banquet will be held, in the Evangelical church basement next Friday evening. Rev. Kurt V, Grotheor attended the Northern Illinois Pastoral Conference Tuesday and Wednesday at St. Peter Lutheran Church, 7400 South Michigan avc Chicago. Win, Sipp made a business trip to St. Louis this week. Mrs. Homer Langguth entertained the Birthday Bridge Club in her home Wednesday honoring her birthday which occurred Monday, April 29. Harlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sipp celebrated her twelfth birthday Tuesday, April 30. Obituaries Caroline Homeyer Mrs. Caroline Homeyer was born July 3, 1862, in Mecklenburg, Germany. In November of 1881 she came to America and settled near Addispn. She was given in marriage to Henry Homeyer November 2, 1884. This union was blessed with twelve children, four of them, two boys and two girls, preceded her in, death. The Homeyer family established residence in Itasca in 1923. She died April 25 at the age of 83 years, 9 months and 22 days. She leaves 8 children, Fred, Arlington Heights, Ferdinand of Waterloo, Iowa, Gustave, Readlyn, Iowa, Bertha Fi;ne, Itasca, Louise Schlomann, Itasca, Martha Bergman, Itasca, Ernst, Fail-bank, Iowa, and Anna Runge, Elmhurst. 23 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren also survive. The Rev. M. K. Groth«er was in charge of funeral services and burial was in St. Luke cemetery. CARD OF THANKS We take this means to express our appreciation for 'the acts of kindness and sympathy extended us in our late bereavement. We are especially thankful for the flowers and the kind words of the Rev. Grotheer. Children of the late Caroline Homeyer. CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH Wood Dale F, E. Bariling, Pastor Tel. Melroso Park^lS15-M Services every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. The Ladies Aid Society will meet on Tuesday, May 14, at 1:30 p. m. The Spring Rally of the Woman's Mission League will be held on May 22nd at Good Shepherd church, Berwyn, at 1:30 p. m. WAITRESSES AMD KITCHEN HELP WANTED NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Plentywood Farm Tea Room Church Road Bvnsenville Phom Bens. 250 'Up and Doing'4-H The "Up and Doing" girls 4-H club elected officers at their first meeting held at the home of the leader, Mrs. J. Wctterman, on April 17. Officers are as follows. B e t t y Linneman, assistant leader; Delilah Deeke, president; Elaine Hagenow, vice president; Harriet Heuser, secretary; Shirley Busse, treasurer; Mai ion Pytlik, reporter; Carol Busse, program chairman, Anita Hagenow, recreation chairman; Marilyn Busse and Lorraine Berchet, social chairmen. Any girl between the ages of 10 and 20 and interested can get in touch with the leaders or members of club before May 31. Marion Pytlik, Reporter. The Chestnut Room?' Wood Dale Flashes Mrs. Otto Fehlhaber celebrated her birthday last Sunday surrounded by friends and relatives from Chicago and Wood Dale The high point of the day was a delicious meal served by Mrs. Fehlhaber and her daughter, Mrs. Ernst of Wood Dale, ' The monthly meeting of the Women's Guild will be held May 9th at 10 o'clock. All women who have sewing are requested to turn it in to Mrs. Garland by Tuesday the 7th or call her at Bens. 31-J-2. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Gilbert announce the engagement of their daughter, Caroline, to Walter R. Brady, son of Mrs. M. Campbell of Bensenville. Well what do you know' The Henry Stcnzels will celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary on May 6th. Many happy returns. Best wishes to Arthur Havelin whose birthday falls on May 4th. The Catholic Mission of Wood Dale has sent out their dance tickets and raffle books. The raffle will be on 7 qt. pressure cooker and an electric iron. , The free movies will be held again this week end. Don't forget the date, Friday evening, May 3rd, at 7:30. The place, Irving Pk. Road and Catalpa st. These open air movies will be free to the children through the courtesy of the Lions Club of Wood Dale. The Village Board will meet Monday evening at the Public School at 8 30 p. m. Mrs. Carl Niehaus of Irving Park Road has returned from the hospital and is feeling fine. She wishes to thank Mrs. Krone for her donation of blood and Mrs, Royals, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs, Elsie Engebretsen who volunteered but were the wrong type. A baseball game is being played at the field on the corner of Wocd Dale road and Commercial ave. Sunday, May 5th, at 2:30 between the teen agers and the Community club members Come on out and see this all important athletic display ot talent and cheer your favorite team The Harold Sargents of Irving Park Road have weathered another year of wedded life. Congratulations are due them on the 5th of May when they will celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary. The Chris Muxfeldts, forme'r- ly of Catalpa st., have sold their home and moved on a farm. Welcome to the new folks who have moved in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson wish to thank the members of the "Stinkers" Club for the beautiful anniversary gift they received from them. Mr. Elmer Plagge of Wood Dale has been elected as business agent for the Plasterers Brick Layers Union for this territory. All Elmer's friends congratulate him and wish him success. The Lions Club of Wood Dale wish to thank all those who contributed to the success of their dance last Saturday. The Women's Guild will hold their Mothers Day and Bakery Sale on, Saturday, May llth, from 11 a. m.- until 3 p. m. in the church basement. Congratulations to the John Ortmans who will celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary on May 6th. The Ortmans and the George Radtkes should get together on that day as the Rad- tkes will also be celebrating an anniversary on that date. The Wood Dale Community club invites all its friends and neighbors to their dance Saturday evening, May 4, at 9:30 o'clock. The music will be by the Royal Vagabonds. Dancing is free and open to all who care to participate. We are pleased to announce a ping pong tournament Sunday night at the Wood Dale Teen Age club. It starts at 7 and everybody is welcome. The Cook County Truck Gardeners and Farmers Association Local No. 7 will hold their annual May dance to be given at the Rand Park Field House, Dempster St., East of the River, Des Plaines, on Saturday, May 11 at 8 p. m. Good music will be furnished. Northernmost Railroad The 900-mile Russian line to Mur- mansk is the world's northernmost rnilroad. SUNDAY. MAY 12 · CUT FLOWERS · PLANTS · COMBINATION BOXES · CORSAGES I SGEILS GREENHOUSES! TEL. 71 8 ^ vmmM*mMm*mm*mA ITASCA J Soon f'ff really have a CAREFREE KITCHEN... w/'fh a modem GAS RANGE! There's new freedom from your kitchen when you have a new Gas range. 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