The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 7, 1962 · Page 23
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 23

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 7, 1962
Page 23
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RACINE SUNDAT BULLETIN Jan. 7» 1062 Sec. 3, Pa§e 4 Green Bay's Gals Go Ape Over Hornung The wife of a former Racine man now living in Green Bay confirms what many have believed all along: That the teenage girls (and older) are ga-ga about Paul Hornung, the Green Bay Packers' handsome, blond hero. Mrs. Marianne Schwartz, wife of Merle, formerly of Racine, has her own art studio in her Green Bay home. In the days before the National Football League's championship game, she was asked to make drawings of all the Packer players and coach Vince Lombardi as part of a contest. The water color, charcoal and ink drawings were displayed in downtown Green Bay along with baby photos of the Packers. Contestants had to match the baby shots with the drawings made by Mrs. Schwartz. Sad Gals At any rate, the replica she made of Hornung was awarded as first prize in the contest. And crestfallen lasses who missed the award besieged her with requests that she make additional drawing.s of the one time Notre Dame Ail-American. "Paul's popular with the ladies," Mrs. Schwartz said, and there might have been a trace of a sigh as she said it. Many of the wives have purchased the drawings of| their football mates from Mrs. Schwartz, who is an art education major from the University of Wisconsin,' 19,'il. The Schwartzes lived in Racine from 1950 to 19.06, andi have been in Green Bay since, i Schwartz i.s an architect. There are six children, four boys and two girls. Ray, the, oldest at eight years of age,' saw one Packer game this year. i He Likes Music j And what impressed him the most'.' The bands! i This has been somewhat: embarassing for the parents' to explain, but they hope Ray will develop into a Packer- backer by the time the next season rolls around. Judy Rus.sell of Green Packers' football contest Bay won first place in a and is receiving her award from Bill Golueke as Marianne Schwartz, artist, looks on. First prize was a picture of Paul Hornung. .^jiiniiifl'' I'oi I: ml Janet Kirchoff Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kirchoff of 7006 fliffside Drive rinnounc'd on C'hrist- mas I'.vc the ('n;i;itj;f.'mcnt of thfir daughter, .Janet Laurel, to PIV. Lawrence H. Cireco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rii \ph (ireeo of Kenosiia. The bridcgrnom - elect is stationed with the U. S. Marino Corps in Kailua, Hawaii, and expects to return home III .June. No wedding dale has i)een set. Bridge . . . Thinking Often Is Dangerous By Oswald Jacoby Dr. Pierre Jais of Paris is ;properly considered one of ithe world"s greatest players.] I He is not afraid to tell a joke! ion himself. It was an important match and Pierre was playing before I a bridge-o-rama, so that a 'large audience was watching him. He arrived at a fine six-club contract and, after winning the opening diamond lead, he paused to study the hand thoroughly. It did not take; him very long to see that his only problem was in the •trump suit and if trumps werel to break any way but 4-0 he •would have a perfect safety; play against all four trumps: being in the West hand. | ' Accordingly, he laid down' ;the jack of clubs. West put jOn his singleton king and Dr. .Jais had to lose a later trump trick that his opponent who did not understand safety, |)lays had not lost. Pierre reports that a friend KIEFER'S HEAVEN TO SEVEN We're Really SLASHING PRICES In Our Pre-lnvenfrory Sale! 1 GROUP MATERNITY TOPS 2 5.00 MATERNITY SKIRTS 2 5.00 MATERNITY SUITS GREATLY REDUCED! CRAWLER SETS, ML XL 2.50 & 3.00 PAJAMAS, Reg 1 9S, Now 2-3.00 BOYS' SHIRTS, Toddler to 7 2-3.00 BOYS' SLACKS, keg 2 OS b i 2-5.00 GIRLS' SLACKS, Knit and Stretch 2-5.00 GIRLS' SPORT TOPS . . . 2-3.00 GIRLS' SLIPS, r^cg 1.98 to 3 98 , . 1.59 & 2.49 PRAM SUITS MO onlyl Reg. 10 93 7.98 • GIRLS' TODDLER SLACK SETS, Volucb to 5 98 . , 2.00 & 3.00 e BOYS' TODDLER SLACK SETS 2.00 & 3.00 • NURSERY TRAINING CHAIR 4.44 • HANKSCRAFT VAPORIZER, 8 95 value, only . . 5.97 • FORMULETTE SETS, 3 98 value, only 2.39 This Is Only a Partial Listing . . . MARKDOWNS ARE STOREWIDE! LAYAWAYS On Sale Merchandise Must Be Picked Up In 30 Days MATERNITY AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 3322 Washington ALL SALES FINAL No Exchanges or Refunds West Rocine told him, "The audience does not understand bridge very well. They laughed when you led the jack of clubs." P i e r r e's reply v/ a s, "I should not have thought so long. Then they would have believed that I was careless." CARD SENSE Q—The bidding has been: West North East South 1 C Double 1 H IS 2 H Double 3 C Pass Pass Double Pass ? You, South, hold: Spades Q 6 5 4, Hearts 4 3 2, Damonds A J 7 3, Clubs 6 5. What do you do? A—Pass. East may have been kidding with his one heart bid, but your partner is not kidding with his double of three clubs. TODAY 'S QUESTION Again your partner has NORTH VKQ • J543 • AQ87 WEST EAST AJ982 410 5 ¥ 10 862 ¥9543 i 4 10987 •KQeZ *K +10 9 2 SOUTH (D) A AK73 ¥ AJ7 4 A • J 8 5 4 3 Both vulnerable We«t North Ewt 1 • Pas3 3 A PBS5 3 N.T. Pass 6JI> Pass Divine Help Ever at Hand, Lecturer Says "We can no more expect to receive God's help without understanding Him in His true light, than we can expect to receive help from the principle of mathematics without understanding it." So said Otto G. Ziegenhagen, a member of The Christain Science Board of Lectureship when he spoke Saturday evening under the auspices of the Fir^t Church of Christ, Scientist. He was introduced by Miss Romayne Seidel. Prayer that does not include expectance of God's help immediately is not really scientific, he maintained. "We do not petition God to help us in the past, nor should we think His blessings can come to us only in the future," he declared. "It is now that we commune with Him, and in so doing the regrets, fears, or disappointments in regard to the past are dissipated, and the uncertainties, anxieties, mental pressures, and false responsibilities about the future are eliminated." The lecturer drew upon a mathematical analogy. "When we go to a problem in mathematics, with an understanding of the principle involved we can expect an immediate result," he asserted. "We do not have to wait until the principle works out the problem — its work is already done and is ever available to those who accept it with understanding. So it is with God's work; the creation of infinite Mind, governed by divine Principle, is forever complete and perfect." He stressed the value of taking all problems to God. —Charlos Studio MRS. KENNETH EVANS (Elisabeth Murawski) "Here is your present help," he declared, 'whether it be for sickness or sin, or a business problem, incompatibility at home or at the office, fear about yourself or some dear one, or any other discord. Do not delay taking your problem to God." He denied that Christian Science involves an application of the human mind to change a situation at will. Statements such as "You're not sick, just forget about it," are no part of Christian Science, he emphasized. MAKE CLOTHES LAST If you want your clothes to last, change them as soon as you reach home. Put on a comfortable robe or house dress, and hang the things you've worn all day on the shower curtain rod to air. Evans'Murawski Nupflals Held Kenneth Leslie Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Evans of 1936 Howe St., and Elisabeth A. Murawski, daughter of Mrs. Anthony Murawski of Chicago, were married Dec, 30. The Rev. Stephen Labaj officiated at the 11 a.m. Nuptial Mass in Holy Trinity Catholic Church. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Richard Murawski. For her wedding the bride chose a floor-length gown with a bell-shaped skirt. Three-quarter length sleeves, scoop neckline and rose ap­ pliques on the bodice were fashion details. A crown of orange blossoms held her fingertip length veil and she carried a cross of white roses. Mrs. Robert Murawski was matron of honor. She wore a gown of white peau de sole, a red and white hat and carried red roses. Vincent Danca of Lake Geneva, Wis., was best man. After an evening reception in Holy Trinity School Hall, the couple left for Washington, D. C, where they will make their home. The bride's mother wore a royal blue wool dress with silk embroidery and a matching hat. The bridegroom 's mother chose an emerald green brocade suit for the wedding and reception. nBETPECIFIcT Be specific as to arrival Idate when inviting guests for a weekend. Saves all concerned embarrassment. Sonth 1 * 3 ¥ 4* Pass Pass Pass Pas.s Pass Pass Opening lead— f 10 doubled a one club bid and| !the next player has passed.' You're holding: Spades Q 6 5 4. Hearts Q 6 .5' 4, Diamonds A K 2, Clubs 7 3. What do you bid? Answer Monday Miriam Cizmar Miriam Ciimar Is Befrofhed The Rev. and Mrs. Martin Cizmar of 2101 Arlington Ave. announce the engagement of their. daughter, Miriam Susan (Mimi), to Robert Charles Bivins. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bivins of La- Junta, Colo. Miss Cizmar, a registered nurse, was graduated from Augustana Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing and is a member of its staff. Her fiance is a machinist's mate third class and is stationed at Long Beach, Calif. No date has been set for the wedding. EXPLAIN Ready to leave when the phone rings? Don't miss your appointment. Explain to the caller. CLEANING SALE! Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday ONLY! ! ! SUITS COATS DRESSES NOW 3 FOR 2 Any three of the above gormcnfs will be bcoutifully cleaned and pressed . . , for fho price fo TWO! Reg. $1.65 Each Now Only Reg. Value $4.95 Any Three! Monday and Friday Open 'til 9 301 MAIN ST. Free Parking Rear of Store! OPEN MONDAY 12 NOON TO 9 CLEARANCE OF SKIRTS AND CO-ORDINATES Price Salon Waves $10.00-$5.00 $12.50-$6.25 $15.00-$7.50 $17.50-$8.75 INCLUDES • Haircut- ti Shampoo • Fashion Sef Men., Tues., Wed. $|25 SHAMPOO AND SET 437 Moin St. Phone ME 2-4243 Beauty Solon—3rd Floor Appninlment nut always necessary Open !\I(m. and Frl. Kvr» '111 11 P.M. OVER 500 FALL AND WINTER SKIRTS AND CO-ORDINATES TO CHOOSE FROM Reg. $7.98 to $19.98 Now $5.99 to $14.99 OFF REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE! FALL and WINTER SLACKS, BLOUSES, SWEATERS —GOWNS, SLIPS, PAJAMAS, HOUSECOATS, JEWELRY, HANDBAGS, GLOVES, etc. STREET FLOOR mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THIRD FLOOR ME 2-5166 OUR ANNUAL JANUARY PERMANENT WAVE SALE UP TO V2 OFF For a fashionable crown of soft, silky waves You Get EVERYTHING Nothing More to Pay • Permanent Wove Shampoo Style Set Test Cur! Sparkle Rinse • Spray Net REG. $10 00 $750 Drake Cold Wave/ REG. $12.50 $«34 Vogue Creme Oil U REG. $17.50 $ Q 95 Chauldon Creme # Wove, incl. Haircut. REG. $25.00 $|n50 Liquid Lanolin I A incl. Haircut

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