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. . - . | ? ! 5 &apos; Pug,, Four l KENOSHA EYENIHG HEWS i i i || P.T.A. Delegates Attend Congress in Milwaukee Representatives of 13 Kenosha Parent-Teacher Associations will at- tend sessions of the 35th annual Wisconsin Congress of Parents and Teachers, which opened this afternoon in .the Hotel Schroeder, Mil- waukee. Pro-convention meetings of the state board, district presidents, and of c)nvention committees were held yesterday and this mornin and the convention proper opened at 2 o'clock with welcome ad- dresses and introductions. Highlight of the afternoon was the interpretation of the conven- tion's theme: "For every child a better future," by the state presi- e A. C. MacCreadys Note i Marriage Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. C. MacCready, Twenty-fifth avenue, entertained dent, Mrs George Chatterton, Mad- 250 of their relatives and friends k<on. !at their silver wedding anniver- District presidents will meet sary celebration Sunday at the a:ain later today, preceding a din- V.F.W. clubrooms. Guests from] :cr. following which there will be Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Wis- a symposium on the subject, "Post- consin attended. ] war planning for education -- to-i Festivities began with a 6 o'clock dinner, after which mtsic was fur- KENOSHA SYMPHONY OBCHKSTRA personnel has changed little In the four seasons of its existence. Richard Czerwonky, conductor of the group since its organization, will again occupy the podium Thursday night for the final concert of the 1943-44 season. morrow's schools." This will be conducted by Prof. Glen Gieye, of the University of Wisconsin. Music during tonight's session will be provided by the Milwaukee Light Opera Chorus. Mrs G. N. Tremper, president, and Mrs. Morgan Chase. president- elect, of the Kenosha P.T.A. City Council, .vl head the local dele- gation to :he convention, attending meetings hroughout the three-day conference. nished and refreshments nerved throughout the evening. Frmk Babino acted as master of cere- monies, and Mrs. William DuPont received guests for the honored couple. Attending from Milwaukee were Mr. and Mrs. George John. son. state department officers. Mrs. Minnie Eggers Feted On Birthday A pot-luck birthday dinner was given for Mrs. Minnie Eggers. Thirty.seventh avenue, at her home Nurses" Aide Class l Saturday evening by her fellow workers at the Kenesha Brass corn- Starts Training puny Mrs. Eggers received a beautiful gift from the 24 guests Nurse's aide class rooms in the!present. First National Bank building were' again occupied this morning when the eighth Red Cross Nurses' Aide class began its 35 hours of study and class work. The classes will be held two mornings and two aft- ernoons each week until the re- quired course is completed, follow- ing which 45 hours of actual prac- tice work will be done at the local i hospitals. ,Lrs. "Gould Jonas, who has been nurses' aide instructor since the beginning of the work in Kenosha, is once more undertaking the train- ing c. the new class of 14 members. Members of the class, who will at the completion of their training, serve at the Kenosha and St. Cath- erine's hospitals during daytime hours, are listed as follows: Mrs. C. William Anderson, Mrs. James R. Anderson, Mrs. John Bonadio, Mrs. Floyd Buskirk" Miss PoUy Hackett, Mrs. Gilbert Haun, Miss Joyce E. Huck, Mrs. Edgar Greener, Mrs. Herman Long, Mrs. Paul Ras- mussen, Mrs Frank Riccio, Miss Ruth Sokow, Miss Gerda Thornsen, Mrs. Harry Travanty, and Mrs. Cleveland Ward 4- Plan Formal Initiation at Moose Women Meeting Formal initiation of new candi- dates will be held by the Women of. the Moose at their meeting Wednes- day evening at 8 o'clock at the club- rooms. Program and entertainment will be in the charge of the home- makAng chairman, Mrs. Arthur Harvey. Mrs. Ruby Pagel. Indiana, will be Personal Items of Local News Interest Mr and Mrs. Ray Thompson, Fortieth place, have returned home after spending the last week in Pensacola, Fla., visiting their son, James H. Thompson, who was re- cently commissioned an ensign in the U. S. naval air corps. Nutrition Expert Advises Youth Gladys Stillman, nutrition spe- cialist at the University of Wiscon- sin, is warning homemakers i throughout the state of the need :'for greater emphasis on eating for ] health. ! "Healthy youth is needed to win !and build peace," she declares, in recommending as general and gen- erous use of milk as war demands will permit. She believes that adults need more of it than the "pint-a-day" formerly recommend- ed, if those amounts can be spared. Asked "'When do we outgrow the need for milk?" Miss Stii/man answers, "We don't," and to prove it she cites recent experiments with college girls of Iowa, Kansas, Ohio, and Nebraska which have shown that girls in their twenties have not passed the need for a food for growth, i Measurements of over 200 girls from t7 to 24 years of age, taken !during each of their four college i years, showed significant changes ,in height in each of the groups and indicated that even at 24, food Women Voters Hear Talk on Legislation Trends in current legislation were shown in an address by Mrs Wendell Phelps, Milwaukee. who spoke at a meeting of the Kenosha League of Women Voters yesterday at the Woman's Club. Mrs. Phelp is state chairman of the committee on Government and Its Operation. and has held many other offices in the state league. ,rith the latest information at her finger tips, she not only gave a comprehensive picture of the Amer- ican leg/slative front, but also interpreted some of the news from Europe. She urged the women not to be too alarmed by the apparent inconsistency of policy on the part of the allied nations, because they were all trying to protect them- selves in case the United States went "isolationist" after the war. In her opinion, the situation is not as bad as it appears, and she be- I/eves that the attitude of the Unit- ed States toward cooperation will be all-important. "Bothersome details," which must be worked out before a real inter- national agreement can be reached, were mentioned by Mrs. Phelps as covering four fields: aviation, ship- ping, currency, and cartels. Policewoman Speaks Mrs. Phelps was introduced by Mrs. A. L. Mayfield, a former pros- I ident of the local league. Mrs. Al- bert Shober, current president, presided at the business session, and introduced Mrs. Beulah Mc- Neil, police sergeant, who spoke briefly, urging the league's support of a projected detention home She i told of the imperative need of such a home in Kenosha, and melioned a variety of cases where the police department has been handicapped by the lack of a place to house juvenile.s. Miss Janet Theleen, pro- barton officer, also spoke briefly, seconding Mrs. McNelra remarks, and inviting suggestions from the 'league members on the subject. During the business session Mrs. L. C. Wolcott, chairman of the present as the official visitor A so- nominating committee, presented cial hour, during which cards win to supply growing bones, calcium the following slate for the coming be played and refreshments served, inparticular, is needed. . . . year: president, Mrs. Albert Sho- vliss Stfllrnan poin ou maz a ber; vice-president, Mrs. Herbert will be held. - quart of milk provides enough Roseno-en aecretrv Mrs Earl f--- t--f, o:.--', calcium for the da'.tly needs, of the Wood;Oanc[ freasurer--' Mrs. obert p growing child. A pat of milk fur- Thomson. Other members of the __ ., " , . :, _ , nishes all the daily calcium needs nominatin committee were :Mrs Harriea wardrobe motorists cannot " - -ul" but thou-'- "'le"-" - .... - - ....... " -.. +- ..... + .... blems b" oz an au t,  :au7 A. L Maynela ann rs. armur :kmrtnt".Pe'Conce'Bra u older is probably still growing ep2 . . at ....... and needs more than the pint of ..... . . .. of ta.oaras wl gas rauonlng .... " " in r In milk usually recommended. Victoria I.UDnIeWSKI znere has oeen a grea c ease i " " " dlers f fuel Protein, the umvers ty nutri- the actiwties of ped o 'ionist sa ' is Dece -r for Wd at Army Air Base "dopes" reputedly to increase mile- " ...+ Aa;.',+ . --'n..da. age..and otherwlsejmprove" " the op- ne-fourth--"" "" of-" the" -'dafly'proin-'" --,-- News of romantic interest was erauonoz aummo vn:. . " re- needs of a "stopped growing received here. waay. when rs..An- The,epartmen ot nuucchmi  adult--one of the reasons why the tonia Lubniewski. 8303 Thzrty- pors ess on nunurens ox s " ' .... ".- .... ,, ,oct food" should seventh avenue announta me mar- lures. Their main conclusions are .'"? :,y.:a.v .... -'- riage on March 18 of her daughter that none of the fuel dopes used in oe mcludeO m every mez. Victoria to Lt. Fer Arndt, son of small amounts -- such as an ounce _LI_ g o^/,,.,.^ n Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arndt, West or so per gallon of gasoline have nuo# g u,# -- " Sixtieth street. The wedding took any measurable effect, good or bad, Weds Zack J Fry place at the Army Air Base chapel on the working of the auwmooue, "'--- " -- at Salivas" Cal. and was performed or the miles per gallon of fuel. v ..... o* -cremonv at the home by the Roy. Leo J. Hannah, chap- D.L.. D-Jo:- A .... of her daughter, Mrs. Orlo Bush, lam. uu 7 uau mu,r ! 917 Seventy-second street, Mrs." Witnesses were Lt. and Mrs. Don- ..... r ----i an-iMable E Robinson 6570 Fifth ave- ald C. Benson National City, Cal. zm a v.umpe crop ozvaD es a nue was married 'to Zack J. Fry, Lt. and Mrs. Arndt are both gradu- an increasing snortage oz aoczors, a  , ., . ,,naov fternoon ales of the Kenosha hiCh school, drive to set up a Wen-Baby clinic "'-'""''"'":,''Se- Ran and Lt Arndt attended tle Univer in every community is forthcomi:ng dl ;:r ej V3aptist ?aber- sity of Wisconsin for one year. Mrs. zrom zne nuoren's ureau oz me Dear ..... r nacle, officxated at the ceremony, Arndt was employed at the Nash- nen oz .ao m Tt i ..... a,a ,a + e,e,- which was performed in the pros- Kelvinater Corp. before her ar. "  .:Y ..........  "- " "" ence of the immediate family of the riage. The nuptial c?uple ". living commumw nave a cenver unaer su. . . " ' " ner L Arnaz vi ..... H .... brzde. Wztnesses were the bride s at De Ridder, La., w e per slcn o T.e local ealrl IJe- .......... a  Robmso is under o further combat train- arz e x or d _au,ters, Mrs. Verna n g ing p m n, w m a smx aocx an ........ ri- obinson in- Allen ann ars  s  nurse to whom mothers may bring ._. " " h It u aLUXU ea hy babies for check- 1 and " " on for dvice  kee them off the sick . Rebekahs to Hold a Followmg the cerem y, ..- " which the bride wore a dress at __ _ also.  aqua mesh. lace accessories and car- Card Party Thursday (;,,.J. /Je4^.L-,l D.,,.a.,, sage of roses and sweet peas, a ,,.,.wu! s,,..,.w../. dinner was served at the home Ways and Means committee of Te Constttut,- .. o T,,i+ of Mrs. Bush. MT$. Try, who is a the Lily of the Valley Rebekah .............. ationa -at the ecl,rntin , Telrnd past commander of the N 1 lodge wzll hold card party for e , an, th, m, ,e ni=h, wiu  Daughters of the G.A.., has b members and friends on Thursday t,did under th dreettn  Mr employed at the FrOst C., and M . evening at 8 o clock at the Odd Fel- .................... t H,rl'ro" Rosenm-en at th m,-,tin= Fry has been an employe of he lows temple. All card games will ................ o - r d Mrs , - W,o,-,e]* ...... t *,- ,---- Nash-Kelvmator Corp. M . an be played. ........... s--. -  " " " i and o rdr and Mrs Milton Dowse 6815 Fry will viszt friends m Ch cago The committee Includes the ........ " " a to ru Tit -inth avonue tomo.. Grand Rapzds on thexr w y B - Mines. Thomas Ellis, Corn Jones,  ............ he ill i ,on'n, o 7"n ,'lt Thio 0 , tu. Mich., where t y w 1 ve Charles Klebenstezn, Ethel LaRette, ....... " " -- "-- -- - ' " arm " le- follow-alp of the Six PiLls, o of on Mr. Fry s frmt f . Elton McAIIister, Elizabeth Pamb Pe-ce" -ro- ---nsored I-- "'--  *" - ton Eleanor Woodson, Charles FirSt Meth'tct recent_  uv Correction . Shutts Mae St@hans. Louis Singar, Mae Sizer, and Robert Guest. P. T. A. Notes Springbrook Monthly meeting of the Spring. brook P.T.A. win be held Wednes- day evening at 8 o'ck at the chool. The popular fhm, "They Also Serve," will be shon through the courtesy of the Knoh % ation department.  public is invited to attend. \\;, St. Thomas , Mothers of the third grad of St Thomas P.T will sponsor a card party tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the school hail All games will be played, refreshments will be served, and Mrs. Louis Degan has been named chairman. Mother's Day and Memorial Day will come under "Special Occa- sions," when florisl are allowed extra dei/vm-les. DINNERS Steak, Chicken, Chop and Fish Dully 4 P. L Till Cleslma; Sundays 2V Miles North of Kenosh on H'y 4 $eparute Dining Room for Prlvam Paxt The marrial license of Bertha J. Mowrey and Bernard J. Ludwig was published in error on Monday. ---- Spray moth insecticide in daily- used closets frequently. Moths dn about $200,000,000 worth of dam- age each year and should be com- batted all year rouhd, The Ideal Gilt far Ever-/0ccuimt fro" eactifl Baroqs de- e2.0 etch. Comee in eeto of ,# W contrast  colors--Vol- C or Red and Horizon  Blue or Emerald Green  and Cedar Brown. Set ]l*,)V A,.. of two decks pack /l uttractlvl aift boe- 1.1 2r muir to oa . . . Prbnting & Office Supply 5804 - 7th Ave. fl Especially with an Allure |[ hair-do, styled just for you |[ . . for Spring! jj lqtchm St=S0 II Waves ..... : and up [J II $p/so II Waves ...... I u/uP [i H axe v. s. nt md. II ]Phone r183 HI ,=.U Club Guide Royol Neishbors will bold 8 regular meetinS tomorrow evenins at 8 o'clock ot the Odd Fenows' temple. A 80clul aour will foJJow the meet- inK. " Roosevelt Service club will meek Tbuesduy ufternoon ut :30 o'cloeb ut tho home of Mrs. Vincent CJpur. 64it Twenty-nlntb avenue. Kenoshu chapter American War Motkera Nu. I will hold a sects| gathering ag the home of Mrs. Anna Harwood, 209 Sixty-second street. Wednesday afternoon st  o'clork. E,M.B.A. auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon ut  o'clock in the public service building. By MARY BEARD Director. Nursing Service. American Red C Written for NT, A Service An attack of IlLness may create many behavior problems in a child and leave permanent scars on his disposition. For this reason the home nurse should give serious thought to her method of approach to a sick child. Children are usually reasonable when they are old enough to under- stand what is said to them, and if told frankly that a treatment will hurt, or that a medicine is disagree- able, are likely to accept it with little protest To deceive them in these matters undermines their con- fidence and leads to fear distrust, and rebellion, which may affect the future home relationship rather seriously. Medicine should never be pre- sented to a child on the same tray with food, because children are quick to form an aversion for food that has an unpleasant association. For the same reason, medicmes should never be disguised in toad, nor given in a favorite cup or drinking glass from which milk or orange juice is taken. A permanent dislike for milk has often been traced to such an unhappy experi- ence in childhood. Novelty Has Appeal Interesting or unual equipment sometimes intrigues a child into taking medicine without objection. A neat little measuring glass with figures on the side may make him feel grown-up. An attractive little; pitcher with a spout from which he may drink sometimes appeals to him. A glass drinking tube, soda straw or stick of macaroni will carry medicine to the back of the mouth where the sense of taste is not so keen. When using a spoon for giving medicine, place it well back on the tongue and empty it directly into the throat. It is easier to do this when the child is in a partially re- clining position, but not fiat on his back. Lz'ttie hands may be kept from interfering by wrapping a small blanket around the child and fastening it snugly in the back. Engagement Announced Esther Christiansen, 7108 Third avenue, has announced the engagement and approaching mar- riage of her daughter, Marian Jeanne, to Lt. John Schier, son of John Schier, St., Lake Forest, Ill. The date of the marriage has been set for May 13 i belon00 now I I t : , I : beore we 00,ill I ! belocated I I : in our new ! : Store. I I i. Door Open 3 P. M. | fSpunsored by Womsn's Guild i of EL Matthew's Church J !]ewish Women to Hold Annual Luncheon Meet Kenosha Council of Jewish Women will hold Its annual lunch- eon Wednesday afternoon at Oage Thomsen's resLurant, and will hear an address by Miss Ethel Jose-I phine yon Alpenfels, of the Depart- ment of Anthropology, University of Chicago. Miss yon Alpenfels, whose re- search and educational work has been most extensive, will discuss racial problems and their relation to science. She was enthusiastical- ly received here when she ap- peared tn a similar topic before the Kiwanis club on March 1. The speaker has an imposing list of scholastic achievements, and is a member of three honorary fra- ternities. She has taught in col- leges, and has done vocational work. Her research has been among the Modoc Indians of Cali- fornia under the Rockefeller Foundation, and among the Indians of British Columbia, Canada, and the Charlotte Islands. Is Prominent Athlete Miss yon Alpenfeis has another outstanding interest beside her an. thropology, in that she is an out- standing athlete in a variety of fields. She is a tennis champion, and holds trophies in ice skating. fencing, and handball. Recently she was chosen leading woman athlete in Colorado. Preceding the program the an- nual business meeting of the Coun- cil will be held, featuring installa- tion of the recently elected new officers, by Rabbi I. J. Sarasohn. Composing the committee in charge of the event are the Mmes. Ben Zeff, Harold Brosk, W. H. Lipman, and Arthu..___r Lawrence. Catholic Women's Council Selects Contest Chairman Miss Olive Davenport, head of !the drama department of the Osh- kosh high school, has been selected again to act as chairman for the one-act play contest sponsored by the Wisconsin Council of Catholic Women which will be held in Port- age on.May 10 and 11. Kenosha Catholic Women's club will send delegates to the anhual confer- ence. This contest has been offered to students of Catholic high schools in the state. Entries are to be made so that no names are revealed to the judges, who will be the Rev. Mathias Helfin,,dlrector of the Cath- olic Drama club, Milwaukee; the Rev. E. J. Westenberger, Green Bay; and Sister M. Anella, English department, Marion college, Fond du Lac. Winners will be announced at the conerence. Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. Would You Have the Joy ofOiving an Unoxpeeled 6ill? Attractively Boxed $ 0o $ oo Do=4 and S Fine Selection Foliage Plants and Attractive Pots L TURNER S0NS d ,to,,,,, TUIIIR'I TEIAgUPH FLOWERS Note: Store Closed Wednes- day Afternoons. GUILD HALL s00.00o,ed | ]tmior Woman's Club | Tuesday, April" 25, 1944 Scout Leaders Hold Regular Meeting Monday Girl Scout leaders held a busy meeting at the Woman's club build- Ing last evening, with MIss Ruth Thompson, president of the Lead. ers's Association, presiding. The ession, which included, be- side regular business, a training period, assembly singing, and a dramatic skit. was held on the third floor of the club. Plans were made for the Girl Scout participation in the Mem- orial Day parade, and a committee was appointed to attend to details. Later announcement of plns will i be made to all the leaders. Announcement was made last: evening of the Troop Committee training meeting, which will be held Friday afternoon. April 28, at 2 o'clock at the Woman's club, third floor. All members of troop committees and others interested in the program may attend. Lead- ers were urged to send the names of troop representatives to the scout office by Wednesday. An outdoor "cock-out" will feat- ure the May meeting of the Lead- era' Association, and will be held at the Girl Scout Little House. Present Skit Following adjournment of the business meeting last evening, a skit entitled. "Leaders' Camp at Pottowatomie Hills," prepared and directed by the Misses Mildred Vanderhof and Leone Schuesler, was presented. The cast of characters included the Misses Agnes Jonson, Eunice Johnson, Catherine Hargrave, Lil. lian Petzke, Ruth Thompson, Mil- dred Vanderhof, Eugenic Snow- hook. Vivian Prince, and the Mmes. J. Herrmann, and H. Burmeister, The skit was a portrayal of an ideal week at camp in which the leaders luxuriously relaxed. Its purpose was to interest members of the association in going to camp in June during the week in which the camp is put at their disposal. Last evening refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by the Mmes. Walter B1oxdorf, Bernard Jonson R. L Burgess, the Misses Betty Jones, Elaine Sybel- don, and Charlotte Burenning. Loretta Aiello Marries Howard Cayo in Virginia Of interest to their friends in Ke- nosha is the announcement received here today of the marriage of Miss Loretta Aiei/o, daughter of Mrs. :Rose Aiello 5103 Twenty.fourth !avenue, and Howard Cayo, S. O. M. 2/c, U.S.N. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tenis Cayo, Rt. 4, on March 25 in Our Lady of Victory chapel at the Naval base at Norfolk, Va. John J. Smith, S.O.M. 3/C, U.S.N., and the Rev. J. P, Shanahan were witnesses of the ceremony. Both the bride and bridegroom are _grad- uates of the Kenosha high school. Since his marriage, Mr. Cayo has been transferred to Houston, Texas, and Mrs. Cayo has come home to NEW D. A. R. HEAD -- After one of the hottest election contests in the history of the Daughters of the American Revolution  a three- way fight that necessitated two ballots, Mrs. Julius Young Tal- madge, above, of Athens, Ga., was elected president general of the organization. Election took place at the D. A. R.'s 53rd annual Con- tinental Congress in New York, where three Kenosha delegates, Mrs. Maynard Kurtz, Mrs. E. F. Randall, and Mrs. William Orr, were in attendance. Catholic League To Hold Benefit Plans are being made for 90 to- bles at the benefit card party to be given by the Catholic Junior League Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at St. James' school hail. The league sponsors various philanthropic proects during the year, and is particularly interested in St. Catherine's hospital, to which some special lights were recently presented, i Miss Marilyn Brady is chairman of tomorrow's party, assisted by a large committee Miss Anetha Neu is in charge of tickets; Miss Dora- thy Mura, of refreshments; and Miss Betty McNamara, table awards. Crew Ready for Lincoln Junior High C/ass Pl00y Assisting Miss Maxtoe Anglin in presenting the Lincoln Junior High schooi 9-A class play this week, large and efficient crew of worker8 is hard at pork preparing proper- ties. settings, and wardrobe for the play__ 'rhe Five Little Peppers." Three performances are planned, at the Lincoln school auditorium, the first of which will be Wednesday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock r ele- mentary school children; tle sec- and, Thursday afternoon kthe same hour for the Lincoln stude and the final showing n Frida evening at 8 o'clock for the gone)rid public / Edward Lundberg is stage than- ager of the production, assisted by Wei Denyos, William Romanchek. Tom Fulton, Lawrence Slater, Har- old Hines, Don Anderson, Jerome Stumpf Marshall Kadwit, and Don- Id Forbes. Stage settings have been arranged by Frances Schuitz, Rita Lou Biota, Natalie Evers, Mary Jane Kreuher, Frances Less, and Frances Wood. under the direction of Miss Dorothy Smith and W. W. Richards of the Lincoln faculty, who also designed the scene. Collect Properties Advised by Miss Marion Hitzker and Miss Alva Samuison, Lincoln teachers, the following students have collected hand propertie Pauline Chase Betty Craig, Kath- leon Nelson. and Gretchen Olson. Wardrobe mistresses are Ann Alex- ander, Dorothy De Luca, and Bar- bara Werve. The Misses Dorothy Smith and Gladys Ericksen are in charge of make-up, assisted by Ju- i dith Chemerow, Ray Ellen Segal and Ethel Haugaard. Script holders for the three per- formances will be Marie Urban and Betty O'Hare. and lights will be in charge of William Engle and Eu- gene Ambrose. Publicity, directed by Miss Luciile Phillips, has been done by Carolyn Smith, Frances Shflka, Frances Wood, Ida Mac Shelby, Patricia Yabs, and Leonara Schend. The Lincoln Junior high press has done the program printing, and music for the play will be by the Lincoln orchestra under the direc- tion of Miss Phyllis Henderson. I Kemper Hall Students 4 Born To Mr. and Mrs. Theron Ander- son, 2723 Seventy.first street, a son, April 25, at the Kenosha hos- pital. The word gospel formerly meant good story or glad tidings. Display Prayer Books Sophomore Church History class of temper Hall is holding an exhi. bition of a varied and interesting selection of prayer books in the school drawing room and library beginning tomorrow and continuing for a week. Visitors are invited to examine this display. i live with her mother after spend- / ing a month in Virginia. and be assured space in KENOSHA'S OMLY RErRIGqATgD rUR VAULT Inspected and Approved American Institute of Retrigeratom Lepp's have one of the finest cold storage Fur Vaults In Wisconsin. right on the premises .... But space is limited, so hurry and store your "furs now, and be one of the lucky women assured space In our vault. Store your furs this week.  Includes /nsurance "r  Up tO" $100"00 Clesaflng . . . Repairing . . . Eemodelin& " '" .... NGW EK SmPH000 CLOS [][ OP,(HESTRA I[ I E of J RIOHARD 02ERWORY. eONDUOTOR i - " : ....... i, ,:  : , REVIVAL III ma-u00 cz00wo00rz Iit | Gue:t Conductor: [[[ | III FOURSQUARE GOSPEL TABERNACLE | Mary D Bradford Higk JJ  -. .,; 3Oh Ave. and ?0th St. | S0ho00 i Auditorium III i 57th avll Sheridan Road III ..'TY "' ]] Thursda:, April 2T:15 / j]j TueL--"Serpents. z Wed.--"Le or Death-" Reserved eats ........ $1.50 M[ :-'- Thurs,--"Bieckades to Hell" | u, TI| I  Frl.--"From TJ$. Sanitorium R General / dmlssion .... $I.00 [J  to the Pulpit." til Pl, TaW   "Divine Healing Service" }[] Student Tckets ......... SO[[[ T.| All Services H On sale ut eereution Depurtmeut I!  at 7:45 P. M. (Telepheme 3185), BidJner Music II[ m Heuse, Ceardon Conservutory of I1 tiff .ns, | REV. CLAIR E. BOREMAN, Pastor J I| tL i ii! . : "r . r. 3,._- ',y, "i