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- '' •• PAGE SIX MONROE EVENING TIMES. MONROE, WISCONSIN. SATURDAY/NOVEMBER 24, 1945 Doily Record November, 24 1945 Fhe Weather Considerable cloudiness tonight Sunday partly cloudy. No decided change in temperature. ; BOCTRI.T TEMTER.VTCRK OX TIMES THERMOMETER Saturday. S p. m. Friday 1« 3 p.. 3 p. m. 4 p. m. 5 p. m. 6 p. m. 7 p. m.. .<• p. m. 9 p. m. — 20 p'. m. 11 p. m. Midnight 1 a. m. 1> a. in. as 3 a. m. 4 a. m. 5 a. in ~ G u. m. -...—-. 7 :i. in. —..— 8 a. in. a a. m. —— 10 a. in 11 a. m 3« 31i Norni .'••;> 3 p. m. . ~.32 i>. in -.... .'{ p, m. - Since yesterday, 3 p. m.; highest 32; lowest 19. . Year ago today: Highest ' 37; lowest 27. Barometer reading today 3 m,. 29.52; 3 p. m. 29.32. Warmest place in U. S. yesterday, Miami, Fla., 81; coldest, Bismarck, N. D.,-2. Almanac. Xuwmtorr 24. 1MB. Sunrise 6:56; sunset 4:26. Your Ration Deadline (By The Associated Press) Sugar—Book 4 stamp 38 good • through Dec. 31 for 5 pounds. justice Cases Herman Karlen, Monroe, $3 and costs, drunkenness. Morhoge Licenses "• Wiibert Elmer Philips, Monroe, and Marian Louis Rackow, Juda. Junior Henry Cowell, Brodhead, and Betty Florence DeVoe, Brodhead. . • . . Births St. Clare Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bussey, Juda 'route 2; daughter, Nov.'23. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grossen, Monroe route 3, son, Nov. 23. St. Clare Hospital Snrcical: Henry Werndli, New Glarus, Holland Scoville, Brodhead, Mrs. Casper Rhyner, Belle-. Tonsillectomy: Mrs. Fred P. Steuri, 608 21st avenue, Fred Hofmeister, South Beloit, m., Marian Erickson, Argyle, Ruth Omm'odt, Brodhead, Grace Ladwig, Monroe route 2. Dismissals: Mrs. Sam Bruni, Don Gavigan, Mrs. Howard Hermanson and daughter, Archie Sisson, Mrs. Fayette Spear and Mrs. Lyle W. Miller and daughter. Notice To Visitors No visiting is allowed- in the forenoon. Only exceptions are emergencies such as new surgical patients and critically ill medical cases when only members of the immediate family are allowed. "We" will appreciate the cooperation of the public for the benefit and comfort of our natients. : VST. CLARE HOSPITAL STAFF Edward E. Browne, Ex-Congressman, , Dies at Evanston " Waupaca — (IP)— Edward E. Browne, 77, Republican congressman from the Seventh district for 18 years, and a former member of the University of Wisconsin board of regents and the state conservation commission, died yesterday qt Evanston, 111., 'where he underwent an operation Wednesday. Masonic burial rites will be conducted Monday. Browne was a native of Waupaca and graduated from the University of Wisconsin law school in "1892. He was district attorney of Waupaca for three terms ana served two terms in the state senate. He was a member of the board of regents from 1905 to 1907, served as congressman from 1913 to 1931 arid was a conservation commission member from 1937 to 1941. r Atj-the-time of his death he was curator for the Wisconsin Historical society and was engaged in law practice with his son, Thomas. Browne wrote Wisconsin's first state highway aid bill and a state park extension measure when he •was senator. Davis — Ens. Allen C. Davis, . son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Davis, 906 24th avenue, has been released from the navy at Great Lakes and now is home. Homb— Pvt. Wesley Homb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Homb. South Wayne, is spending the weekend at his home and will return to Camp Grant Sunday. Kubly— T/4 Edward S. Kubly, whose wife lives in Ann Arbor, Mich., has arrived at Camp Ting Hao, Kunming, China, for redeployment. He was a member of the Burma road engineers who played an important role in the successories operation of services of supply in China. A graduate of "Monroe high school, Sergeant Kubly was employed as an electrician by the Rolin Electric shop prior to entering the armed- forces. He received his iSasic training at Camp Roberts, Calif., before going overseas. S c li m o 1 d t — Cpl. Myron Schmoldt, Monroe, has received Ms discharge at Camp McCoy and now is home. Stackpole—T/Sgt. Ward A. Stackpole has arrived in San Francisco, it was learned by his wife, residing in Warren, 111., and tiis parents, Mr. and -Mrs. John Stackpole, Winslow. Sergeant Stackpole has been, in service four years. T — A letter from Pvt. Clifford R. Wells, now on Luzon, stated that he met .Pvt. Ernest O. Steinmann, stationed a short distance from him on the island. Private Wells is the son of Rodney Wells and Pvt. Steinman is the son of Ernest Steinmann, sr., Woodford. Personal Mention Plumbing. Niles. Ph. 252—Adv. Winifred Heinz, Beloit, was a caller in Monroe. » Albany Mrs. lulu Silver, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. Q. M. Dixoh were ,„« ... ^..^. Thanksgiving guests of.his sister,, Betty Scott, Beloit, was a Mon- Mrs. John Dernmg, and family, - - " ' (Brodhead. Howard Ware is visiting his mother and sister in Chicago. Miss Elaine Stafford, Rockford, spent Thursday here. Sgt. Arthur Dripps, who spent a furlough here with his wife, left this week to return to Bushnell hospital, Brigham City, U., for further treatment for a leg amputation. He expects a discharge soon roe business caller. Miss Virgil Fetter is visiting this weekend in Beloit. Mary Durner and Pat Maurer are visiting .iii Milwaukee.. Scratch pads of all sizes on sale at The Times office.—Adv. Dorothy Demanouske, Rockford, spent Thanksgiving here. t Mrs. Ruth Maeckly and Mrs. Helen Marsh called in Beloit today. Miss Ida Aeschliman, Kenosha, attended the funeral of Mrs. Ada ?oley. * Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ableman, JWoodford, spent Wednesday in Beloit. ' Charline McGinnis .spent Thanksgiving v at her home in Gratiot. s Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ballow, Monroe. Misses Pauline and Helen Minnig, Monticello, are in New York to visit relatives. Social Events Maaskes Entertain at Dinner A duck and goose dinner was served at the Maaske home in Browntown honoring the birthday of their oldest guest. Cards were played and the afternoon was spent socially. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Busjahn, Winslow; Mr. and Mrs. William Lauper and son, Frederick, Woodford, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klemm and son, Robert, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Werner Mel- lenberger and son, Eugene, Cadiz, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klemm, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rood and daugh- ••-••o— — • . , . <tiiu J.VJ.13. » iyfcwi. i«,w« MI.W >-——o— Douglas peckham, student atj ters Lucre ti a and Anita, Mr. and La Crosse is spending his vaca- Mrs ole Rood anc j son , Wallace, tion at home. -• Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bin Mrs. A. H. Partridge his been ger ane | sonSi Tom, jr., and Roger ill for a week. Her daughter, | ]yi rs _ R usse ii Kline, Mrs. Ella Par Helen, is here from Colorado to| merf Miss'Clara Maaske, Herma 'Maaske, Frank Maaske, Brown row. Eight guests were present for the social afternoon and re- fresh'ments, Including a large birthday cake with 91 candles, were served. Third Tuesday {lomemakers The Third Tuesday Homemakers met with Mrs. Simon lenatsch. Seventeen members and one visitor were present. The lesson was given by the project leaders, Mrs. Robert Benkert and Mrs. Werner Blum. Plans were made for a Christmas party ,at the home of Mrs. Glenn Benkert, Dec. 19. visit her. Willis'Weiss has arrived home I town, Mr. and JMrs. Ernest Me! from overseas and is at the home lenberger and children, Tec, Dor of his parents,'Mr. and Mrs. Wil- othy, Evaline and Richard, Sout liam Weiss, where his wife and .Wayne. two children are living. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmid had v .. „. as Thanksgiving guests their sons, Donald Boss, Madison, is a Ivan and family, Orfordville; Mcichtrys Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Meichtr and sons, Charles and Leo, Pfi guest his parents, Mrs. Albert G. Bos, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Lynch \vere dinner guests at the Christ Stauffer home, Monticello. Mrs. Ed Schneider, Rockford, has returned home after visiting- Mrs. • Katherine Neuenschwander. Miss Phoebe Lindsay, Beloit, is spending the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lind- Eicholtz is spending the weekend With his gandmoth- er, Mrs. Louise Eicholtz, Free- Roth, Madison, is Mr. and Merlyn and ancl Mr. say. • Robert port. Helene News Paragraphs Reorganize French Army Paris — iff) — President de Gaulle has asked the constituent assembly for a complete reorganization of France's armed forces — a step he repeatedly urged on his superiors without success In his years of service army officer. as a French Save with a Want Ad. STOPSTACIM6F DOSOMETWIMG! t'VE ONLY GOT SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHBlSTrtftSf W. R. SCHUETZE At Christmas Corner Red Cross Sewing Red Cross sewing remains a big project for aiding men in service, even though the war is over, leaders point out in calling for more volunteers in the local program. Both cutting and sewing projects are far behind schedule. There is a quota of 144 kit bags to ae finished and 100'pair scuffs to ae given out for sewing. Needs include 400 bedside bags and 120 girls' capes. The work is in charge of Mrs. George W. Field at the Red Cross sewing room in the lostoffice building. Legion Practice Monday Because of the basketball game ast evening, the Monroe American Legion candidate will practice at 7:15 Monday evening in the ligh school gym. The athletic officer, Clarence Wainwright, urged all'veterans or men on furlough who are interested in basketball to attend the practice in hopes that Monroe may shape a tough team. No Accident Report The Badger Motors 'Garage today received word that their manager, William Krueb and his party had arrived in the north where they will spend a few days deer hunting. This is in conflict with several rumors which have it that the party was involved in a serious accident Wednesday evening en route to the hunting grounds. Funerals Sgt. Leslie A. Tertin Hundreds of friends and relatives crowded the Shriner- Neushwander funeral home at 3 p m. Friday for the funeral services of Sgt. Leslie A. Tertin, who died at Percy Jones general hospital,. Battle Creek, Mich., Tuesday evening. . Rev. Paul C. Kehle officiating and burial was in Greenwood cemetery. Paulbearers were fellow members of ; Co. K with whom he served overseas. Rites at the grave were conducted by members of Co. F. Making up the escort were Pfc. Oliver Sied- spending the weekend with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Roth. Miss Lois J. Kundert, Milwaukee, is sp'ending the weekend with ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed A. Kundert. . Miss Lots Niles is here from Madison for . the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Niles. Miss Charlotte Stussey, Platteville Teachers college, is visiting her parents, Mr. an'd Mrs. Clarence Stuessy. Joyce Gibbons and Janice Gibbons have returned to work in Milwaukee after , visiting their parents here. Firet Lt. Wallace H. Miller, Willis Dieckhoff, S 1/C, Robert Fern- stadt and Leon Strasser spent the day in Madison. Miss Margaret Ann Rote, Evanston, 111., is spending the weekend with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rote. Mrs.. W. C. Connors, f Orange, Calif., has ieturned home after, visiting Me. and Mrs. ,Frank Wiaight, Brodhead,. Rev. and Mrs. Newell Mendenhall and two children have returned from spending Thanksgiving week in Omaha. Miss"Jean Stauffacher, Naperville, 111., is spending the weekend' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stauffacher. Mr. and Mrs. Jess McNames, Rockford, have returned home after visiting Mrs. McNames' sister, Mrs. Robert Beach. Mrs. Richard Ellingson is aiiiiiji • v^» ivi «-»•»..*.»- -• , , family, Monticello; Oscar Yaeggi were guests at _ Ivan Schmid left for northern Ginger Lou, remained here. in , after visiting here Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mr. and Mrs. R B. Atkinson are Ya ^ g ?anT anuly, Mr. and' Mrs hitm* th«r Hauehter. -Mrs. jjjfj,^ Eels and ' f amUy> For Atkinson, Miss Helen Higgins Whitewater, Mr. and Mrs. The Schmidt, Naperville, 111., Mr. am their daughter, _-Mrs. George Rogers, and family, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. R. Molm and daughter, Patricia, spent Thanks-. Mrs Kenne t n Quinn and family giving in Madison with their Monroej Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kip daughter and sister, Jeanne, stu-• pelj Mr _ and jj rs . Alfred Maythe dent at the university. and family, Blanchardville, am sons. J. R. Schesser announced that | jj r- an( j j([ rs _ John. Meichtry am Christmas seals would be on sale Monday Nov. 26. ! Miss Ruth Streech, discharged navy nurse, has returned from a Women of Moose The Women of the Moose me visit at Waukesha,' accompanied; Wednesday evening at the hall by Clarence Sobroski, who visited i Mrs. Hubert Hahn served th< spending the wee! with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Halverson, Battle Creek, Mich. Miss Betty Becker, Carroll college student, Waukesha, Is spending the~ "weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Becker. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohll and son, Madison, are spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John D. Germann and Mrs. Nellie W. Kohli. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holsinger and daughter, Deann, Freeport, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoi- singer. . Miss Barbara Bauman, University of Wisconsin student, is spending the weekend with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Bauman. Mrs. Ivan Boyer, Des Plains, has returned home after spending a few days in Monroe. She attended the funeral of Mrs. Ada Foley. Mrs. Fred J. Blumer, patient at St. Clare hospital, is making good recovery from pneumonia ' and may be able to return home in another week. Miss Norma Mueller, Wauke- at the Earl Zwicky home. The marriage of Miss Streeck and Mr. Sobriski will take place in Waukesha Dec. 1. The marriage of Mrs. Ruth Kildow, Albany, and Earl McCulley, Davis, 111., is planned Dec. 6. Mrs. Harry Jacobson is confined to her home with illness. Local deer hunters in northern Wisconsin are Dell Jones, Howard Dame, Forest Purinton, Walter ,- Harry Broughton, John luncheon assisted . by Mrs. Mar garet Amans and Miss Inga Fur rer was entertainment chairman Honors at 500 were awarded tc Miss Ida Casanova, Mrs. John Casacnova, Mrs. Edith Meyer and Mrs. Leila Baltzer. A donation was made to thi Salvation Army and.plans wen made for a picnic supper honoring Mrs. Anna Morgenthaler aftei the next meeting, Dec. 5. Josephine Buholzer and Sucharski, Dr. D. . H. Ross and Arthur Patchen, Mr..and Mrs. Louis Eldred, Mr. anci Mrs. Lester Davenport and son.Daryl, Mrs Mrs ' John Rose Beer will be .in charge o Partridge j thc luncheon and Mrs. Christinr Robert Clark, C. J. Krostue, Wil- Keegan, entertainment. Thanksgiving Dinner Guests Thanksgiving dinner guests o bur Dehmer, Ronald Mabie, Fran Christopher and son John, Melvin Mahlcook, Maurice Ringhand, Clifford Day, Louis Schwartzlow, Archie Francis, Jay Kildow, Percy Gibson. :; , Miss Katherine Elmer is on vacation from her work at Janesyille Until Sunday. . . Mrs. Lucille Anderson is spending her vacation at Whitewater. Mrs. Febock and son, Harold, ,are visiting her father at Boscobel. Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Elmer _and children are visiting her parents at Fennimore. Other teachers ( are spending Thanksgiving here.,,, , George Laughric ing from injuries collision with a car ville. Mrs. Laura Steindorf and son, Evansville, are visiting at the Gordon Mauermann home, south of Albany. At the Methodist church Sunday, christening services were read for the small sons of Mrs. Steindorf and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baumgartner. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Steindorf and son, Roger, and her father, Lee - Gillette, spent Thanksgiving with his daughter, Mrs. Alex Brehm,''and family, Athens, Wis. Mrs. Florence Widger left .for her home at McGregor, Minn., after a visit with her mother, Mrs. -izzie Lewis. Mrs. Lewis' son, James, returned to his home at Fletcher, N. C., after visiting.-his mother. £JMr. and Mrs. Charles Frey and daughter, were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reinmann, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Taft and son, Tommy, Mr and Mrs. Roy Rhyner and daughter, Lonna, Clarno, Mr. and Mrs Earl Galle, Edgerton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reinmann, daughter, Luann, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Altmann, Monroe. The occasion marked the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frey. Oakley Homemakers The Oakley Homemakers held ttyeir November meeting at the home of Mrs. Jay Alexander. The lesson was given by the projed leaders. Feed sack ideas were neir" Cooks ! =sting projects were shown, near Cooks- ^ next meeting win be at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Ros- heisen, a Christmas party. Eighteen members and one visitor were present. Her 90th Birthday Mrs. Sara Jane Stuart, lifelong Lafayette county resident will observe her 91st birthday tomorrow at her .home in South Wayne. A family gathering will be held Sunday at the home. She has two daughters, Mrs. Esther Spooner, Courath, and Mrs. Dorsey Signer, South Wayne; a son, DeWitt, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Bessie Kempton, South Wayne. ate G. T. Jacobson home. John Christopher, in the army since 1941, has arrived home with a discharge. Mr. and-Mrs. Rolland Steindorf attended the Younger-Bernstein wedding at Madison and with the «c. ""Y™ °™~ , sha , and Miss Emelie Mueller, newly weds left for Duluth, Minn., EDW ' r endin the ' are spending the Capt. George V. Armstrong, commanding, Lt. Louis R. Wolleson. Sgts. Forrest H. Riese, George Wenger, Carl Schlittler, Adolph Wandfluh, Pvt. Hilton E. Kirchner and Pvt. Charles Pickett, members of the firing squad. For Mrs. Zimmerli Albany—(Times Special Service) — Funeral services for Mrs. William Zimmerli, who was found dead in her home early Wednesday morning, were held at 2 p. m. Friday in the Sharer funeral home with Rev. Jack Waldrep, pastor of the Methodist church officiating. Pallbearers were Forest Williams, Fay Jones, Maurice Williams, Roy Williams, George Howard and Robert Albrecht. Burial was in Hillcrest cemetery. Mrs. Zimmerli, the former India E. Williams, daughter of the late Walter and Elizabeth Jones Williams, was born in Albany township Nov. 28, 1892. She had lived near Albany all her life. In 1914 she was married to Will- Lam Zimmerli. Surviving are her husband, two sons, Donald, at home after being discharged, and Cpl. Willard Zimmerli, who arrived in Boston from" overseas on the morning of his mother's death- one sister, Mrs. May Croake, Albany; and three brothers, Boyd, Evansville, and Byrl and Harry Williams, Brooklyn. Miss. Jean Anne Johnson is here from Madison to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Johnson. and Mrs. Rinehard Mueller. Cpl. Leonard Williams, Beacon, N. Y., and Miss Donna Henriques are spending the weekend at the home' of her parents, Mv. and Mrs. Robert Henriquez. Mr. and Mrs. Jess McNames, Rockford, Paul Leek and to visit Mrs. Steindorf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Smith. Mrs. Ruth Kildow attended the wedding of Miss Charlotte Hopkins and Clair McCulley at Davis, III. Mr. and and son, Adelmans Entertain I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Adelman en- itertained at dinner Thanksgiving for relatives and friends. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Adel, man, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zentner, IDarlyne Adelman, Walter Speich, 'Monroe; Miss Donna Zoe Adelman, South Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adelman, Rockford; Mrs. William Field and daughter, Barabara, Beaver Dam. Mrs. Henry Schesser Kendall, and their daughter, Mrs. Frank Scott, and small son. Jerry, all of Detroit, are visiting Mr. Schesscr's brother, J. R. Schesser, and family and with Mrs. v Schesscr's mother, Mrs. Flo Stephenson. daughters; Orangeville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schneider and family spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beach and family. Rev. W. W. Sutton and son, Paul, went to Richland Center to bring to Monroe-Rev. Sutton's grSi^rS.?-^ 8 ^ ^o™W Chamber «C two weeks while Rev. Sutton helps conduct a 2-week service in the United Brethren church at Cascade,. Wis. C.o f C . Meetin Card Party Wednesday Mrs. Carl Heinzelman and Mrs. Joe Altman were awarded honors at the card party sponsored by the Women of the Moose. Mrs. John Casanova was general chairman and announced the next party Dec. 5 with • Mrs. Amelia Zuhlke in charge. . Permit Markups in Wisconsin Tobacco Washington—(yP)—The OPA announced yesterday that packers of the 1944 and earlier crops of type 54 and 55 Wisconsin binder tobacco may use individual markups instead of the flat 30 per cent markups which had been allowed for packers services. The action was taken, the agency said, to bring the packer's earnings up to the level which prevailed during the base period years of 1939 through 1941. No increase in retail ceiling prices in cigars in which Wisconsin tobacco is used will result, OPA said, even though individual markups in some cases will be above the 30 per cent . Commerce have been summoned to "a meeting Tuesday night in the club rooms of the Wisconsin Power and Light company. Numerous" committee will report. Miss Lucille Ames spent Thanksgiving in Blanchardville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Arnes. Mrs. Wohlford Entertains Mrs. Wcndall Wohlford, 1423 15th avenue, entertained this afternoon at her apartment for her grandmother, Mrs. Sara Jane Stuart, South Wayne, who will observe her 91st birthday tomor- CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC M. J. GONSTEAD Wben Sick of Belni Sick—Bee "THE CHIROPRACTOR" X-R«r mnd Nearoc»lemeier Phrae 373. Be*. HI Monroe BAUMAN'S 'Your ACE Store' SATURDAY SPECIAL was omitted from publication this week in error, not our own. We hope this omission did not cause undue inconvenience to those who each week watch for BAUMAN'S SATURDAY SPECIAL. Cadiz Homemakers Club The Cadiz Homemakers were entertained by Mrs. Herman Falk. An interesting lesson was given by Mrs. Glenn Gilmore and the members and their three guests made plans for a Christmas party at the Gilmore home Dec. 14. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Brodhead Mrs. Donald L. Collins. Cor. Mrs. Kate Woodling was hostess to the Spring Grove club. Mrs. Mattie Smith, Minneapolis, is spendingg some time here with her brother, Ervin Matzke, and sister,.Mrs. Vernis Pierce. Miss Dona Robinson, Whitewater Teachers' college is spending the vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robinson. Mrs. Fred Popanz and son, Jerry Russell, arrived home from St. Clare hospital, Monroe, Monday. Mrs. Lura Stair, Miss Clara Holcomb and Mrs. A. A. TenEyck and two daughters were in Freeport. Mrs. Charles Christman has been ill. Mrs. Helen Stoll and daughter, Joanne, will move to the house recently vacated by Cecil Pan- dow. They have been living in the Frank Rosman house, formerly the Crosby home. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McNair have received word their son-in-" law, Emerson Hughes, is expected home from the Pacific this week. His wife is living in Janesville. ford, Billy and Ruth are spending the weekend with Mrs. Blackford's parents, Huntington, Ind. tilizer at a time when farmers are ready to use the material next spring. It is quite evident Sgt. Byron Kuhl is at the home | that shipping facilities will be of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhl, haying from service. been discharged Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hahlen and Mrs. Anna Theiler were in Stockton, HI., with Mrs. Robert Hahlen. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Broughton are spending the week in Milwaukee. Mr. Broughton is undergoing treatme.nt at Columbia hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Roger Moone spent Thanksgiving in Oak Park. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Swartz and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Swartz and Donna Fay, Mrs. L. A. Swartz and Mrs. Matie Ward were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. ^D. Swartz, Madison, Thanksgiving. Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Cain and Mary spent Thursday in Evansville with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cain. M/Sgt. Robert Kuhl is at his home in Rockfprd, following a discharge from 4& year service. , Mrs. Clifford Am«s, Beloit, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter TenEyck. Frederick Mauermann, M. M. 2/c, received discharge from navy service at Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fleek, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Toynor, Milwaukee, were in Chicago for the LeRoy Laubes' 55th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Lena St. John left for Lawrence, Kas., where she spent Thanksgiving wtih Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Thompson. Mrs. Lucy Graham* spent the past few days in Madison with her son, Sidney Graham and family. Union Thanksgiving services overtaxed for several months to come' and this may add other shortage difficulties. Fall ^liming is being done on many Green county farms, Baker •eported. It is a good sign and a good way to avoid a springf liming headache. Workers in Social Welfare to Beloit Meeting on Nov. 28 All persons interested and responsible for social welfare in Green, Rock, Walworth and Jefferson counties, have been urged to attend the Wisconsin welfare council district conference at Beloit, Nov. 28. The council has set up these conferences to deal with pressing problems that are of common concern in the communities and counties of the state. Mrs. Effie Wenger, Monroe, is on the executive committee of the conference. Principal speaker in the morning session will be Prof. Sven Riemer, University of Wisconsin, .who will talk on "Preparation for marriage- and family living." A recently returned war correspondent, Landrum Boiling, of the Beloit college staff, will address the groups at the noon luncheon meeting and Wilbur McDaniel, child study department, Madison, public schools, has chosen, "The Role of Home, School and Community in Joint Responsibility to Youth" for his afternoon talk. were held in the Evangelical A panel discussion will be put church. Churches uniting were j on by the youth of the JanesvtUe Evangelical, Congregational and high school. Methodist. Services opened with a piano duet by Mrs. Tallfe Everson and Mrs. Eugene Clark. The invocation was by Rev. F. W. Huebner, with scripture reading and prayer by Rev. J. C. Robertson. The sermon was by Rev. Robert W. Sachtjen, who compared Thanksgiving with that which he spent in Calcutta, India, two years Mrs. Alice Johnson entertained ag M r and Mrs Arthur Jones and Charles Mackey. at dinner in honor of Pvt. Gordon j ™r and' M" 1 ™° eSna ™" *«•«,*«! Wall -urhn left IVTnnrlnv fnr- r-jimr, gUCStS On Spurgeon Guinter, Aurora, III., Dies Funeral services were held today in Aurora for Sptfrgeon Guinter, 61, who died there last Thursday, according, to a telegram received here by his aunt, Mrs. Wall who left Monday for Camp Pickett, Va. Guests were Private Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Wall, Beverly and Mary, Mrs. Amelia Kammerer, Brodhead, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wall and family, Lake Geneva, and Lee Campbell, Egan, 111. Pfc. Franklyn Condon has been transferred from O'Reilly hospital, Springfield, Mo., to Valley Forge hospital at Phoenixville, Penn. S/Sgt. Emil Zweifel arrived from California. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Pierce and ~Uair and Guy were Thanksgiving quests of Mr. and .Mrs. H. J. Moon, Milwaukee. Cpl. Eddie Foss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foss, has been discharged from service after 3% years, 32 months, which were spent overseas. He was awarded :hree campaign stars. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Poast and children, Cherry Valley, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Knudson. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Stair and family, Highland Park, 111., Mrs. Si B. Stair and children, C. W. Murphy and Misses Catherine and Nancy Stair, Madison, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Stair arid Mrs. Flora Stevens, Thanksgiving day. •Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hahlen at- :ehded the Farm Bureau meeting n Madison. Mrs. Will Moodie, Beloit, is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs.^Alvin Wheeler. Mr. and .Mrs. D. C. Collins were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. •md Mrs. Rockwell Collins, Janesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Larkin went o Ridgeway to spend Thanksgiv- ng. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert kus, Milwaukee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lawver. Mr. o _.. „ Mrs. Jake Jones and daughter,"Patricia and her brother, Raymond Peters from Manhattan, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. John Reder, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reder, Wauwatosa; Mrs. Iva Gifford, Monroe and granddaughter. Sally, Madison; Mrs. Myrtle Broughton and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Roderick, Brodhead. Guests of Misses Lydia and Bertha" Zuercher were Rev. Albert C. Zuercher, St. Louis, Mo., Dr. John C. Zuercher, Milwaukee; Charles Zuercher, Park Ridge, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Zuercher and Cpl. and Mrs. Rolland Cote, Monroe; and Rev. Alois J. Klas this city. " . Miss Luella TenEyck, Madison, was a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter TenEyck. County Agent Still Making Soil Tests Soil samples can still be taken on Green county farms and analyzed through the service provided by the county agent's affice. Samples can be taken up to the time the ground freezes too hard to obtain a satisfactory result. Only a small quantity of soil is needed. The 'samples should be numbered and a map with corresponding numbers be retainer! to identify the sample reports. This service is free and it is best to take the samples now to avoid the spring rush. Wherever possible, it is advisable for farmers to secure their next year fertilizer supply now j and store it in a dry place on the The deceased was a native of ,Twin Grove, only sort of Mr. and Mrs. William Guinter, and attended Monroe High school and Monroe Business college. : Following graduation he went to, Rockford where he was employed following the profession of auditor and certified public accountant there and later in Chicago, where he was married. The past 10 years he had lived in Aurora. His father, who operated a store and restaurant in Twin Grove and was one of the charter members of the Fairfield Martial band, died Jan. 4, 1932, and his mother NOT. 23, 1932. Mr. Guinter was a member of the Christian church of Twin Grove. His wife is his only • survivor. BabvAnnis gaga'over ICE CREAM County Agent E. O. I mercial plant foods this year. about a serious shortage of fer- It'S TM« AFTER GLOW

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