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Saturdays April 22, 1944 KENOSHA EVENING NEWS Page Three Child Welfare Pro]ects Interest Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Lee W. Hutton, of Excelsior, Minn., national chairman of the Child Welfare committee of the American Legion Auxiliary, recently outlined the two-fold purpose of the Child Welfare program being conducted by the Legion and the Legion Auxiliary. The local auxiliary is taking an active part in the dramatic presenta- tion of this program during the month of April. Several projects, sponsored by the national group, are being furthered here. The purpose of the Child Wel. fare program as .set forth by Mrs. Hutton is as follows: First, to insure that any child of veteran of World War I and II who is in need of care and service Lutheran School Ain Cappella Choir Program Here St. Mary's Lutheran church has will receive that care and service, announced _ concert by the A Cap- Lo . pelia choir of the Fergus FaiLs cally a survey is being made to ............. ' .llnn Luulerln iDle SCHOOl tO locate children of duscharged and . "" . .... ' ...... . .._. .... ._ _.___,__  De presencea here on monaay eve- nmg at 8 oclocK at the church their needs. At this time chlldren l _j ..... . . ne ChOir wnlcn is composea at of men now in service are not be-I .... " ........ lug contacted. : o VOlCeS, Is unaer me olrecuon oi Second. to insul'e improved con-!William L. Windahl, a graduate of ditions for all children in keeping with the desire of the Legion and its auxiliary to inculcate the es- sentials of good citizenship. ]Present Scholarships Another project offered through the Legion Child Welfare program here is that of the national presi- dent's scholarships for girl orphans of veterans. These scholarships I ,* of $400 each are being offered by I the American Legion Auxiliary, [  ": .:i one in each division. Half of the I t % aura will be given before the school ,, year starts and the remainder will be paid in January provided the ,student continues in school. I Selection of candidates will be  based on four points: character. ! Americanism, leadership and scho- larship, i These and other points of the Child Welfare program will be Director W. L, Windahl presented at a meeting of the local auxiliary next week by Mrs. M. K. the MacPhail School of Music in Elbertson, a member of the nation- Minneapolis, Minn., and for years al Child Welfare committee, who serving in the capacity of music will be the principal speaker, director at the Lutheran Bible s school. Giving a variety of gospel chor- P. T.A. Notes ales the choir will present through tle /edium of its music, Scrip- St. George I tural truths, and a short meditation St. George Home and School as l n a religious text is to be given gociation held its regular meeting by a member of the school faculty. Wednesday, at which officers were I The choir left on April 15 for elected. President is Mrs. Joseph i an itinerary which includes some Pfarr; vice-president, Mrs. Anthony of the principal cities of the region Schnuck; secretary, Mrs. C. W. such as: Minneapolis, Faribault, Wenman; treasurer, Mrs. William !Minn': Joice, Eagle Grove, Ia.: at- Doerfler. Miss Kathleen Mohr presented two @lane galas, "Betty's Waltz," and "A Little Spring Song." Read- ings were presented by Jeanine Wickstrom: They were "Back in Squashville," "I Forgot. .... Jesus Hanging on the Cross," and "'Pray- er for Our Country." Chosen to attend the M.A.CC.W. day of recollection which will be held at St. Mark's hall on May 3, were the Mmes. Bernard Herr- mann. Henry Willems, George Krebs, C. H. Wenman and Joseph Pfarr. Next meeting of the so- ciety will be held on Wednesday night, May 10, when all past presi- dents and their officers will be present. Columbia Group singing of "America" Opened the meeting Thursday eve- ning of the Columbus P.T.A. The pledge of allegiance followed. Guest speaker was Miss Aimee Zillmer, gocial hygiene lecturer of the Wis- consin State Board of Health at Milwaukee, whose address was titled "'How We Must Take Care of Ourselves in War Time." Refreshments were served by the hostess committee, of which Mrs. Russell Miller was chairman. Assisting her were the Mmes. John Brunner, C. N. Petersen, Emerson l Backer and Mary Butcher, and I Miss Emily Lyman. Miss Audrey I Kacervosky's room won the attend- ante award. t. Thomas At the regular meeting of the St. Thomas P.T.A. Thursday after- noon at the school hall. the nom- inating committee, comprised of the Mmes. Kurt Richter. Alfred l Petit, Patrick Henry, Wallace Hub- bard and Reuben Ruberg. was ap-" pointed to select a slate of officers. Mrs. James Meyers. president,; appointed Mrs. A. C. Gropietsch, Mrs. Edward Althoff and Mrs. Wendell Albert to the auditing tawa, Newark, Chicago, Ill.; Kenc sha, Milwaukee Westby, Eau Claire, Colfax. Superior. Wis. They will complete the trip at Duluth and Osakis, Minn. 4 Bertha Linkus Weds in Church Miss Bertha Zudora Linkus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Linkus, 6713 Seventeenth avenue was married in a pretty ceremony at St. Anthony's church this morn- ing at 9 o'clock to Russell W. Muel- ler, son of Mrs. Margaret Mueller, 5025 Twenty-fifth avenue. The Rev. Michael Dutko officiated at the wedding, witnessed by a group of immediate relatives and friends. The bride, who was given in marriage by hey father, was at- tired in a capon blue dressmaker suit and matching hat trimmed with flowers. She carried a prayerbook and wore a corsage of white roses. Her sister, Mrs. John C. Tully, who was her only atendant, wore a light blue dressmaker suit and brown accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. Lester Mueller. the bridegroom's brother, was best man. Breakfast was served for the wedding party at the Guest House immediately after the ceremony. Following a short wedding trip, the nuptial cou- ple will live at 6703 Twenty-first avenue. Mr. Mueller is employed at the Frost company, and Mrs. Mueller was an employe 0f the same company until her marriage. St. Mark's Sodality to Attend Communion Members of the senior sodality of St. Mark's church were reminded at the meeting last evening that the society will receive communion in a body tomorrow morning at the 7:30 o'clock mass. committee. Mrs. Louis Degen an- Plans,for a bowling party in the .,,  near future were made after which nounced that a card party wm De , , luncheon was served. On the re- sponsored by the mothers oz me I _,  ^ freshment committee were the third grade on April 26 at :ou . O'clock in the afternoon, i Misses Janet Crump and Irene La- Named chairman of the card'l Jeunesse. party which witl be held sometime 9,, in May was Mrs. Patrick Henry. I orn Speaking at the meeting yesterday was Mrs. M. Eugene Baker, who[ To Mr. and Mrs. John Albinito, urged the women present to regis- i 2121 Sixtieth street, a son, April 21, ter for the Nurses' Aide class which I at the Kenosha hospital. will start next Tuesday. The Roy. t To Mr. and Mrs. William Lattin, William Cox presented a book re-! Route 1. Box137-A, a son, April 21, view. "What Other Answer," by iat the Kenosha hospital. Dorothy Freeman Grant. [ , During the social hour which,,,^,l f j D,, followed, refreshments were served i ./a.s ,.,uu as by the Mmes. George Halpin. Mark I St. Hedwig's society of St. Casi- Donahue and Emmet Algiers. mir's church will sponsor a card Jefferson party tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the parish hall. The cam- Following a social hour at which mittee in charge of this event is mothers of Miss Myrtle Breitrich's headed by Mrs. Roman Okon. sixth grade room were hostesses Thursday. t h e Jefferson P.T.A. members heard a talk on "Juvenile Delinquency" by Howard Gatley, Boy Scout executive. Delegates from the group to the state convention will be the Mmes. Oliver Hunter, Clifford Senical and Gerhard Molstad. Donations were voted to the Red Cross: mem- bership in the Kenosha Mental Hy- giene society was decided; and a contribution was made to the P.T.A. Council's plaque in honor of Mrs. G. N. Tremper. Marr/aqe Licenses Colleen Mary Lee, 8324 Twenty- fourth avenue, and Robert James Miethke, 920 Fifty-second street. Bernice Verna Keating, 6032 Tenth avenue, and Roland George Hitchler, Caledonia, WIn. Mabel Eunice Robinson, 6570 Fifth avenue, and Zacharias Joseph Fry, Brutus, Mich. RUMMAGE BAL 231 S Roomlt Rd. Tuesdays Apdl 25tk Starting at 9 A. M. Sponsored by Ladies of G.A.I and zxlliary to Sons of Union Veran$ Club Guide MARY PASCUCCI Z U M P A N O, bride of Sgt. Louis Zumpano, will accompany him to Georgia after the wedding trip. Charles Nashs to Mark Sixtieth Ann/versary Congratulations are being sent to Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Nash from their many friends and rela- tives in Kenosha on the occasion of their sixtieth wedding anniver. sary, which they will celebrate at their home in Beverly Hills, Calif., tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Nash have lived in Beverly Hills for six years. Among the members of their family who will be present to help observe this event will be their three daughters and two sons-in- law, Mrs. Mae Rrenton, Beverly Hills, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bliss, De- troit, and Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- son, Kenosha. Angeline Lonachella Engaged to Sergeant Joseph Caponera, 5524 Twenty- second avenue, announced today the engagement of his step-daugh- ter, Miss Angeline Lonachella, to Sgt. Howard Kroner, USA. Dorothy Gurske Honored at River Forest College Miss Dorothy Gurske. daughter of the William Gurskes of Seventy- fourth street, a student at Con- cordia Teacher's college, River Forest, Ill., has just been elected secretary of the student body. ac- cording to announcement received here today. This honor also places her on the women's council. Miss Gurske was corresponding secretary of the Midwest Regional Conference of International Rela- tions clubs, which met recently at Concordia college. At this confer- ence there were over 200 represen- tatives from more than fifty mid-: western colleges and universities, i Mrs. Eugene Malsack Honored By Friends A group of friends and relatives honored Mrs. Eugene J. Malck, Twentieth avenue, last evening at the home of Mrs. Alphonse Sur- prise, Sixteenth avenue. Games were played and luncheon was served. i Week-end activities at Kemper !Hall will include two major proj- ects, it was announced today. This evening students of the dramatic classes will present two plays, '"the Burglar" and "Girls Must Talk" in the Kemper gymnasium at 8 o'clock, under the direction of Miss Portia Martin. Helen Harris, a lo- cal junior student, will play the leading part in "'The Burglar." On Sunday afternoon, the fresh- man class of the school will enter- tain the other students and the school faculty at its annual tea at Nash House. Mrs. Talmadge Heads National D.A.R. Group New York --(g')--- Mrs. Julius Young Talmadge of Athens, Go., Mary Pascucci Is Bride Today Miss M a r y Regina Pascucci, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pascucci, 5123 Twenty.fourth ave- rue, became the bride of Sgt. I Ralph Joseph Zumpano, 5117 Twen- W-eighth avenue, this morning, in an impressive double ring cere- mony performed at 10 o'clock by the Rev. Stephen Fiedler. Music for the mass was furnished by the Holy Rosary choir. The bride's dress of white net, was fashioned with a gathered bodice, tight-fitting sleeves, and full skirt which ended in a sweep- ing train. Her long veil fell from a rhinestone-trlmmed headpiece. Lilies, roses and sweet peas, sur. rounded by a -KI of white netting, formed her colonial bouquet. Miss Pascucci was presented at the altar by her father, and was attended by Miss Oakley AleHo, who wore an aqua marquisette dress, made with high neck and a bouffant skirt. Her flowers were yellow roses and lavendar sweet peas. The junior bridesmaid, Miss Deloris Zabrauskis, a niece of the bridegroom, wore yellow mar- quisette, with a flower trim, and a bouffant skirt. She also carried yellow roses and iavendar sweet peas, and wore a head-band of the same flowers. Best man was Pfc. William Cross. This afternoon, 25 guests were entertained at a 3 o'clock dinner I at the home of the bridegroomsi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis gum- pane. Guests were present from Chicago, Racine, and Melrose Park, Ill. When Sgt. and Mrs. Zumpano left later today for a brief wedding trip, the bride was wearing a mint green ensemble with brown ac- cessories. Following the trip they will both go to Georgia, where the sergeant will report for duty with the U. S. army. Church Women to Hold Luncheon Kenosha Council of Church Wom- en has announced plans for its an- nual luncheon meeting, to be held at the First Methodist church on Thursday afternoon. May 4. An interesting program is being arranged by Mrs. Le Roy Dens- more, who will announce its details later. Election of officers will be held, and the speaker of the day will be Miss Mabel Thorstensen, Milwaukee, who will talk on "Prob- lems of Young People." Miss Thorstensen is field secre- tart of the Lutheran Welfare so- ciety of Wisconsin, an organization sponsored by all the Lutheran bodies except the Missouri Synod. Miss Thorstensen's work brings her into contact with young people of the state, and qualifies her to speak with authority on the subject chosen. The occasion will be local observ- ance of national youth day, a proj- ect sponsored by the national so- ciety and part of a nation-wide program held on the same day, Many gifts were presented to Dt'Tt DF;rl the guest of honor by the Mines. i ''a -"'" Leonard Frederick. Peter Malsack, [t' o  y y  Fred KlabUnde, Edward Adelsen, [ _,aec[  ew ,eaas Thomas Coolidge, John Pomeroy and Alphonse Surprise, and the During the business session yes- Misses Delores May. Betty Freder- terday afternoon of the Past Presi- ick, Lorraine Malsack, Mary Ann dents of the P.T.A. at the Woman's Pomeroy, and Lorraine and Ade-I club, officers for the coming year line Malsack. J were elected. Mrs. A. C. Barclay * [ presided at the meeting. New T'fxYf' Drf7f gTf [president is Mrs. William Keen; ,  v vj....L. .. vice-president, Mrs. J. H. Keating; I"/' rT  v  [second vice-president' Mrs. A. C. l00emDer Flail lOla Bartley; recording secretary, Mrs. -- 'Edward LaVigne; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Guy Johnson; treas- urer, Mrs. Fred Borchardt; his- torian, Mrs. William Jornt. Piano selections by Mrs. J. H. Keating opened the program. Her numbers were "Alt Wein," (Old Vienna) by Leopold Godowsky, and "Scarf Dance" by Chaminade. The Rev. Paul L. Graf presented a talk, "Are Our Schools Really Pre- paring Young People for the World of Today?" which the group found entertaining and instructive. Mrs. Guy Johnson, program chairman, introduced the speaker. Concluding the program with musical numbers, the Treble Clef chorus, under the direction of Mrs, William Fenner, sang "Bless This House." by Brahe; "'My Garden is , a Lovely Place," by Glen Barton; "'Sweet and Low," by Joseph Barn. by; and "'Beautiful Saviour," hymn. newly elected president general of i the Daughters of the American I Junio r Woman's Club to Revolution is the first chief execu- tive of the organization from the  Attend Red {,'ross Meet south. She was victorious yesterday in l Instead of their regular meeting the second election of the 53rd an- nual congress when she received 815 votes, one more than the neces- sary number required far-election. Her closest opponent was Mrs. Samuel James Campbell of Mount Carroll, Ill., who received 769 votes. Mrs. Taimadge manages her late husband's husiness interests, in- cluding cotton plantations and ;)ecan groves, and has been active in DAR service for 34 years. She has one son, Major Harry Talmadge, army medical corps. Red Cross Notes Danish Ladies' society will hold s regular meeting and card party Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Danish Brotherbood hall Ladies' auxiliary of the U.S.W.V. will hold a social meetin at' the home of Mrs. Catherine llotin. $616 Nineteenth avenue, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Comrades of Dewey camp have been invited. Plymouth l'oup of the Woman's Aid society at the First CongreJ- tional church will meet in the church parlors at 3 o'clock Manlhty aftA'n oon. Sixty-third St, and Twenty-fourth Ave_ J. b'TANLEY KlqDAHI,, P Nmldcrff, prH 23 11 c m.--Worship Servicel 7:45 p. m.l Service. Music by the Chch Song Service. Choir, ' .... e Trio. Misonary Preben- d;corr, meuaqe: In ..... ,_. , ,, . ,, IGllOn- Mosaic:  at altn. unto Were Ye Cxed." 9:45 a. n--Bibl. ,F.hooL 6:30 p. m.--Youth M?tincj Although the class is not filled to capacity, Kenosha's newest group of prospective nurses' aides will begin classes Tuesday, April 25, at the First National Bank building, under the instruction of Mrs. Gould Jones. This class will attend classes and later be as- signed to hospital duty during day- time hours. Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. next Monday evening, members of the Junior Woman's club will at- tend the annual business seas'ion of the local Red Cross chapter at t the local Red Cross chapter at the KYF at 7:30 o'clock. Throughout the season the club has been giving alternate meeting i nights to making Red Cross surgical dressings, and has taken part in other Red Cross activities. Since the surgical dressings department is 'temporarily closed, the club mem- bers will devote the evening to hearing of Red Cross work through reports and announcements, and will see the movie, "They Also Serve." After the meeting the group will return to the Woman's club" rooms for a brief business session and social hour. THERE I$ A WAY which seemeth right-unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death. (Proverbs 14:12). Without HOLINESS no man shall sea the Lord. (Hebrews 12:14). Our goal (as denom- ination) for 1944 is ONE MILLION dollars for forei missions. . First Chm'dt " N00rene the Comer Seventh Avenue and Washington Road lily. rrTI M. RYNICARN, Putem. Ruth Bowe Co-Wotk. Phmm 2-3613 MRS. EDWARD PURAS was Miss Eva Louise Gelsone before her mar- riage to Pfc. Puras this morning at 9 o'clock at Holy Rosary Church. Eva Gelsone Weds Soldier in Church Seasonal flowers decorated the altar of Holy Rosary church for the 9 o'clock wedding this morning of Miss Eva Louise Gelsone, daugh- ter of the Eugene Gelsone's of 2007 Sixty-first street, and Pfc. Edward George Puras, son of the Anton Puras of Racine. Close relatives witnessed the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Frederick Brossler. Music was provided by Mrs. Ar- thur Ebbers, soloist, who sang "Ave Maria." The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore the traditional white satin gown with long sleeves and gath- ered bodice. The gown nd train were trimmed with insertions of Chantilly lace, and the fingertip- length veil. which fell from a clus- ter of orange blossoms, was also trimmed with a border of lace. She carried an arm spray of calla lilies and a bouquet which she placed at the foot of the statue of the Blessed Mary. The bride's sister, Mrs. Clarence Matalas, was matron of honor, wearing a gown of yellow mousel- line de sole with flowers appliqued on the bodice and short sleeves. She wore a pale green Dutch cap and carried a colonial bouquet. Lt. Frank Gelsone, brother of the bride, was best man. Breakfast at 10 o'clock followed the ceremony, and a reception will be held this evening at 7 o'clock at the Moose hall, with guests at- tending from Marshfield and Mil- waukee, Win., and Waukegan and Chicago. Ill. The bridegroom, who is stationed at Chanute Field, Ill., is an instructor in radar. The bride has been employed at the Tri- Clover company, before which she toured the country as vocalist with Don Strickland's band. Pfc. and Mrs. Puras will live at Champagne, Ill., after a week's wedding trip. Kenosha Student Receives Honors Among the outstanding under- graouate students of the University at Illinois whose scholastic achieve- ment will be recognized at the in- stitution's twentieth annual Honors Day. May 5, will be Miss Genevieve C. Lukman, 1022 Fiftieth street, a senior student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Honors will be accorded at a con- vocation in the university auditor- ium, for which all classes will be dismissed. Prof. Ernest Bernbaum of the Department of English, will speak. Proceedings, starting at 10:15 a.m. will be broadcast by the uni- versity's radio station. To Hear Racine Speaker Speaker at the Baha:i center. 5912 Twenty-second avenue, tomorrow evening will be Mrs. Florence Han- son, Racine. Her subject will be "Recognize Him. Why?" Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. ii I I And "twon't I. I belong now I beore we will [ be located I I in our new I I Store. I J TURKEY, i STEAK, ; and J CHICKEH DINNERS I Sunday Services in the Churches and Week-Day Announcements Sunday services and week-day events in the churches of .he city, as announced by the pastors, are listed below: BAPTIST Baptist Tabernele---Sixty-thlrd street and TwentY-fourth avenue: J. Stanley Rendahl. pastor. 9:43 a. m.. Bible school II:00 a. m.. Worship service, with sue- cial music by the church choir and a message by the vaster, "The Call of Faith." 6:30 p. m.. two young people's roul meet in the church, one for Junior and the other for senior young -"oDle. 7:30 p. m.. pro-service prayer meeting. 7:45 p. m.. Gnsvel service, with singing led by John Stipanuk. mimic by church choir and a trio number hy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kooistra and John. Presentation by the young people of foreign mission work in Assam. India. The pastor's massacre: "'Hereunto were lye called.'" Thursday. 7:30 v. m., .nid- week prayer and praise service. Calvary Haptist--Twenty-third avenue and Fiftyixth street. Hey. M. S. Soli- mene, pastor. Services will be held as follows: Sunday, church school at 9:30, divine worship at 10:30; evangelistic service at 7:45. Wednesday evening nt 7:30. hour of prayer. Community Haptist--Silver Lake. Wt. Sunday school. 9:45, Mrs. A. C. Love- stead, superintendent; morning worship, 11:00; young people, 6:15; evening serv- ice, 7:30. First Baptist -- Seventh avenue at Fifty-ninth street. Roy. Robert Gordon, minister; Max A. Streak. choir director; Mrs. Streck. organist. Public worship, 10:45 a. m. Sermon by the pastor; theme: "Community in Diversity--What We Can Contribute Toward a More Cooperative World" Church school. 9:30 a. rm Juniors 4 p. m. Baptist Youth Fellow- ship, 6:30 p. m. Immanuel Baptist---2818 Sixty-fourth street: Rev. William L. Schoeffel. min- ister. 9:30 a. m.. Sunday school: 10:45 a. m.. worship service. "What Business Have We?" 7:45 p. m.. Gospel service, "The Night of Doom." Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. "Blessed Hour of Prayer." Second Baptist -- 2211 Fifty-seventh street, the Rev. Cleo MeKenzie. pastor. Sund@y school, 9:30 a. m,; morning wor- ship, I1 a. m.; evening worship. 7:0 p. m. Mid-week prayer service, Wednes- day at 7:30 p. m. CATHOLIC Holy Name (Wiimot) -- Masses at 8 and 10 a. m. Holy Rosary  Schedule Of masses is as follows: Sunday, 7. 9 ,children's mass), 10 Ihigh mass,, and 11:30 a. m.; Sunday evening devotions at 7 p. m. in honor of the Blessed Mother. Tuesday at 7 p. m., novena for peace. Wednesday at 7 p. m., high mass for soldiers; and week-day masses at 6:30 and 7 a. m. Mount Carmel---Schedule of masses is follows: Sunday messes at 7:30, 9 (chil- dren's mass!, and 10:30 ihigh mass); Sunday evening at 7. devotions in honor of the Hlessed Mother. Friday at 7 p. m., devotions in honor of St. Hita; and week-day masses at 7 a. m. St. Anthony's---Twenty-second avenue and Fifty-first street. Sunday masses, 7:00 a. m., 8:30 a. m., lO:OO a. m. and 11:30 a. m. St. Casimir  1069 Washington road, Rev. Leo Kterstein, pastor; Rev. Joseph Lomasz, assistant. Sunday maSSes at 5:30, 7:30, 9, 10:15 (high) and 11:30 a. m. Vespers at 2 p. m. St. George--Eighth avenue and Forty- eighth street. Sunday messes at 6:00, 7:30 a. m., 9 a. m. (chfldren's, 10 a. m., 11:30 a. m. St. James -- Fifty-eighth street and Tenth avenue. Schedule of masses is as follows: 6. 7. 8:30. 9:30 (high mass#, and ll a. m. Rev. James E. Cotter, pas- tor; and Rev. James J. McCormick and Rev. Charles Monroe. assistant pastors. St. Mark's--Fourteenth avenue at Sev- enty-second street. Sunday mass sched- ule: 5:45, 7:30, 9:00 (high mass, 10:30, 11:30 a. m. and 12:3D p. m. Daily masses at 7:00 and 8:30 a m. Perpetual Help devotions Tuesday at 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. Rev, Ralph 3". Altstadt. pastor; I Rays. A. A. Nickolai and V. Kuehn, as- sistants. St. Mary'sThirty-ninth avenue near Roosevelt road. Schedule of Sunday masses at 7:30. 9:00 IhighL 10:30 and II:30 a. m. Rev. R. C. Bell, pastor; Rev. 'F. N. Schmidt, assistant. St. Peter's--Fifty-first street and Sev- enth avenue Rev. Francis Skrodenis. pastor. Sunday masses at 8, 9:30 and 11:30 a. m. St. Thomas -- 2,506 Sixty-third street. Rev. Joseph Higgins. pastor; the R'v. i William Cox, assistant. Masses: 6. 8, 1O. and 11:30 a. m. IAll low masses except I0 o'clock high nasal ! Bay Cordtz, ILsistan Morning worskip, 10:30, with adult choir. Evening services 7:30, with Junior choir assisting. Wednes- day evening, prayer meeting at ?:30. Russian Evangelical Christian  Sixteenth avenue. Peter Stipanuk. devo- tinal leader. Sunday, 10 L m., Sunday school for all ages in the English lan- guase. William Levy. superintendant. 7:0 p. m., avenins" service, Hussln lan- gunge. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., prenr meeting. Christian Heformed---Seventeenth ave- nue and Flfty-thh'd street, Rev. Edward Joling. S.T.D.,' pastor; residence. 1706 Fifty-third street, phone 2-2354. English services every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 11 L CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ. Sclentist---e032 Eighth avenue, Sunday school ia at 9:30 a. m. Sunday morning service at 10:4S. Subject: "'Probation After Death." Wednesday evening meeting is at 8 o'clock. Reading room at same addrmm is open daily except Sunday and holi- da:ws from 3 to 5 and Saturday evenings fro 7 to 9 o'clock. CONGREGATIONAL First Congregational  Dr. George R. Cady, minister. 9:30 a, m., the church school, Otto T. Steffensen is the general superintendent. During the worship period in the senior department a study and singing will be led by L. F, Rahr, with Mrs. E. C. Glerum at the organ. Mrs. Lewis Turner, Jr., is the superin- tendent of the junior department; Mrs. R. H. Ramsay of the primary depart- ment, and Mrs. O. T. Steffensen of the kindergarten. 10:45 a. m., morning wor- .hip. Sermon subject, "Spiritually minded." Miss Elizabeth Stuart, Mrs. L. E. Anderson and Mrs. G. R. Cady will sing two numbers. Mrs. W. 3". Mor- row is the director of music and organ- ist. EPISCOPAL St. Matthew's Episcopal -- Corner of Fifty-ninth street at Seventh avenue. The Reverend Kenneth D. Martin, rector. The Rev. Ralph E. Dille. curate. 7:30 a, m.. Holy Communion; 9:30 a. m.. Sunday school: 10:45 a. m., morning prayer and sermon. St. Andrew's Episcooal Chapel -- 6603 Twenty-sixth avenue The Ray. Kenneth D. Martin. rector. The Roy. Ralph E. Dille. curate. 8:30 a. m., Holy Com- munion: 9:30 a. m.. Church school. EVANGELCIAL First Evangelical -- 2011 Fifty-second street; Rev. Harry L. Adams, minister: Sam Vaccarello. Sunday school super- intendent. 9:30 u. m.. Church school- 10:30 a. m.. worship; sermon: "'The Post- Resurrection Walk;" anthem by the church choir under the dlrection Of Mrs. Lucflle Vaccarello: 8:00 . m., E.L.C.E. Wednesday, 7 p. m., prayer meetings. JEWISH Beth Hlllel  Lihrary Square, Rabbi Israel J. Sarasohn. Religiotts school. Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Teachers' meeting, ' 11:45 a. m- Sunday evening servile 7:30 . m. Subject: "Hollow Souls." This v'eeks service will include reference to the nationwide observance on April 19 of the first anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto's revolt` LUTHERAN Friedens Evangelical utheran (Syll- odical Conference, -- Corner of Nine- teenth avenue und Fifty-first street BaY. hue and Roosevelt road. Sunday schooi, !Carl H. Buenger, pastor; Roy. R. A. 9:30. Morning worship, 10:45. Rev. Har- vey Flaherty of Ahland, Wis., guest Siegler, assistant pastor, English ocrv-  speaker. young People's service at s iceS,m_ 9 a. m.; German services, 10:30 I o'clock. Evening service. 7:30. Prayer a'Hethany Evangelical Lutheran (Syn- and praise service, Wednesday, 7:30. odical Conference -- Fifteenth avenue Baha'i Center -- 5912 Twenty-second and Seventy-fourth street. Waiter K. avenue.. Children's Garden Sunday morn- Plier. pastor. Sunday school at 9:lSling at 10 o'clock. Sunday evening ser- a. m. Regular morning services at 8 a, m. and 10:30 a. m. Grace Lutheran--Rev. C. C. Roth, D.D., pastor Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Morn- ning service, 10;45 a. m. Luther league, 6:30 p. m. Peace Evangelical Lutheran--Wilmot Roy. R. P. Otto, pastor. Sunday achool at 9 a. m. and morning worship at 10 a. m. St. John's Lntheran---34L Eighth ave- nue, Roy. Paul Chropuvka. pastor. Eng- lish services every Sunday, 9:00 and 10:00 a. m. Slovak services every Sun- [ day 10:15 and 12:00 a. m. Sunday school in English from 10:00 to 11:00 a. rm Young people's society and choir meet on Mondays at 7:30 p. m. St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran--Main service 10:30. English: Sunday school, 9:00: services with German sermon nt 9:00. E. Walter Hillmer. :astOr. St. Mary's LutherunTwenty-secbnd That Is Faithful in Little Is Also Faith ful in Much." The Euphony choir vfll assist in the wervice. Second morning worship at 10:50 a. m. Sermon topse for this hour. "'The Divine in the Ordi- nary." The chortts choir will assist m this service, Church school meets at 10:00 a. m. Evening worship at 7:15. The pastor will bring the message. Salem cud Wilmot--The Rev. Stanford Stroshl. Dancer. Sermon topic for both churches. " Sunday morning. "Learning From the Children of This World." Chl- ,dren's sermon topic. "Setting the Clock Wrong." Wilmot worhip service at 9:i5 a. m.. followed by Sunday school. Salem Sunday schOol at 9:30 a. m.. worshio servile at 10:45 a. m., Junior church during the worshio service with hil- dren's sermon following Sunday school classes. Methodist Youth Fellowhin at 8:00 U. m. Salem church. Richard Hart- nell. president. There will be no meeting Sunday night. First Methodist -- Sheridan road at Sixtieth street: Rev. Fred Ellsworth Frankson. Th. D., minister: Esther E. Crane. ILtor's assistant: Beatrice Kerr Wehner, organist and choir director. Extension Sunday school 5810 Thirty* second avenue: Myrtle Creaser. superin- tendent. 9:15 a. m.. Main Church school, Wm. Klingaman, superintendent. 9:30 a. m. Mormng wol'ghip at 10:40 a. m. Dr. Frankson will sPeak on "The Keys of the Kingdom." Youth Fellowshiv supPer at 5:30 n. m., foilowd hy devotional meetings at 6:30 D. m. Evening services at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Frankson will speak on: "Mindful of Man." Prayer meeting and Bible Study. Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. Bristol Methodist -- Rev. Charles F. Parkin, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:30 a. m. Choir rehearsal, 11:30 a. m. Methodist Youth Foundation meeting, 6:30 p. xn. Methodist--Pleasant Prairie and We Icy Chapel. Rev. James Bailey, pastor. Worship at Wesley ChaPel at 11 a. rr and the Pleasant Prairie church con- venes at 7:30 p. m, Pleasant Prairie Sun- day school at 9 a. m., Wesley Sunday school, i0 8. m. Methodist Youth Fcl- lowship, Wesley Chapel. 8:30, Sunday , evening. [PRESBYTERIAN First Fresbyterian  321"/ Roosevelt road. Roscoe T. Fulton. minister. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school. 10:55 a. m., morn- ing worship -- "Complete Surrender." 8:20 p. m.. Westminster Fellowship meet- ings--Junior, Intermediate and Young People. 7:30 p. m., evemng worship "Rei/gton Made Easy." The morning choir is directed by Mrs. Ragnhlld Cong- don and the evening chorus by Mr John DeYoung, with Mi Marie Spicer and Miss Louise Keuck accompanying. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., told-week prais and prayer service. SALVATION ARMY Salvation Army--Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Young People's Legion, 6:30 p. m. Evening scrv- ice, 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thtuday, 8 p. m. Captain Chesham will have charge of all meetinss Sunday, OTHER DENOMINATIONS Apostolic Faith--3528 Fourteenth Bye- hue. Roy. William Klostor. Sunday schoOl at 1:30 p. evot['ral service, 2:30 p. m. Young People's service each Wednesday et 7:30 p. m. with Bible study. Assembly of God--Twenty-fifth ave- avenue and Sixty-fifth street, Rev. M. C. ORTHODOX CATHOLIC  Dixon, pastor; Miss Minnie M. Larsen   _._,_. [ organist. Sunday school and Bible cl Ei='t'=:'l&sa=--'"-n,.. *.., v.,,u, ana FoFty..Ulird 0rthdx-TCq'rer I at 9:15 .... "'I Believe: The Holy Chris- ....... - tian Church" will be the topic of the streeL me ev. Amxander Pyze, pastor, t sermon at the 10'30 a m service Sunday. 10 a. m., high mass. Saturday I St Pau's Luth'-" "- " and Sunday, 7 p m. vespers Thursday I "_ ....... -.oevelt road - - ' -" -- . ' and Twenty sixth avenue J. H. Johnson, / p. me, SI3cial servICes Ior '- "  " military service. " ' pastor; Esther I-,sdgren*Ostlund, organ- CHRISTIAN I ist and choir leader. Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:30 a. m. Ser- mon by the PaStor. Anthem by the First ChristianTwelfth avenue and , church choir. Sxty-flrst street. R. G. W. Collins, rain-' ister. Bible study for ell ages. 9:30, Bur- Trinity Lutheran--Thirty-ninth avenue rell Sparks, suPerintendent; Imogene at Seventy-first street, the Ray. Paul L. Dunton. assistant: Mrs. Guy Graves. Graf, pastor. Sunday sehool, 9:15 a. m. )erintendent of Junior department; Mrs. Divine service, 10:30 a. m. --'IN KENOSHA' IT'S - - DAVID NELSON & SON for Wide Selections in NEW FURNITURE 1346- 54th St. Dial 7157 1MPER1AL WASHABLE WALLPAPER GALLAGHER PAINT CO. 5707- 7th Ave. Phone 3488 Buy Seeds Now! Insure flour supply by getting you1 now. For best results use Vigoro fertilizer on lawns and gardens. H011enbeck Hardware, Inc. 6221- 22nd Ave. Phone 7433 Zion Lutheran -- Bristol, Rev. Eugene Hinderer, pastor. English services every Sunday, 10:30 a. m.: German services, first and third Sunday of each month at 9:30 a. m; Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. METHODIST Immanuel Methodist -- 5410 Sheridan road: E. H. Muelder. Ph. D.. Pastor: Clarence Wachs. choir director and Edith Schneider. organist. riy Morn- ing worshio at 9:00 a. m. The pastor. Dr. E. H. Muelder. will aDeak on "He Your Victory LUNCH Should Include CREAM TOP MILK Landcjren Dairy USE FILMS CAREFULLY and WISELY RODE'S PHOTO SUPPLY HOUSE 832S. 23rd Ave. Pho -1a4 Order Storm Sash and Insulation brow! Gordon Lumber and vices at 7:30 o'clock. Speaker: Florence Hanson of Racine. Subject: "'Recognize Him. Why?" Christian Assembly---4017 Seventy-fifth street, Rev. H. E. Webb, pastor Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.. G. M. Stauffacher. superintendent," classes for all ages. Morning devotional service at 10 45. Evening evangelistic service. 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday evening. Bible study ad prayer service at the church. lIrst Church of the Nazarene--Corner Sc}enth avenue and Washington road. Rev. Lottte M. Rynearson, pastor: Ruth Howen, co*worker, residence 4058 Sev- enth avenue, telephone 2-3613; Joseph H. Brand, Sunday school superintendent. Sunday services: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Ser- rnon subject, "Pentecostal Stewardship,'" The pastor will deliver the message. Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m., ML Bowen will lead the congregational sing- ing. Mrs. Laura Brand will sing. Prayer _ GUERNSEY DAIRY I1 Suqmlt el. mflOM Milk -- Butter -- Cheese Cottage Cheese Chocolate Drink Green Spot Orangeade Z219.69tb at` Phone 16 meeting and Bible study Wednesday evening at 7:30. Cottage prayer meetmg Friday evening. First Spiritual Alliance-S202 Eighth avenue. Scrdces every Sunday afternoon at 3 and Sunday and Wednesday eve- nines at 8. Roy. Amanda Krohn of Mil- waukee will be the speaker afternoon and evening, First Spiritualist Assembly  6333 Sheridan road. Sunday. April 23. at 8 p. m., Mrs. Geneva Ziemer of Milwau- kee will be our guest speaker. Regular Thursday service at 8 p. m. Mrs. Mary Mahon, pastor. Foursquare Tabernacle---Thirty.fourth avenue and Seventieth street: Rev. C. E. Boreman. pastor. 9:30 a. m.. Sunday school, classes for aU ages: JoseD Stanich. suPerintendent; 10:45 a. m., morning worship, Rev. Eugene Robin- son, evangelist will speak on "'Behold, Thy King Cometh;" 6:30 p. m., Junior Crusaders service, Mrs. Boreman in charge: 6:30 p. m., Bercart service. Mrs. Galluv, leader: 7:30 p, m,. band concert, Vernon Mercle, leader: 8:00 P. m, evangelistic service. Rev. Robinson sPeaking on "'The Unpardonahle Sin.  Revival services will continue each eve- (Continued on Page NinS) Have Funl Keep Fit! I BOWL GIFTS They Will Treasure for Anniversaries and WedcUn C. S. HUBBAHD 705 - 58th St. Phonograph Re2ords, Musical Instruments and Supplies. MID-WEST MUSIOSHOP 221g - 60th SL FERTILIZER l! VIGORO GUARANTEED ANALYSIS 4-12-4 To Be Used in Victory Gardens for Food Production 100-lb. $70 50-1b $3S 25-1b. $14S Bag  Bag  ,Bag 1 LAWN FERTILIZER Lawn AidPlant Food (Keen) 100-1b ................... $3.00 Mflorganite--100-1b. 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