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% t i / 24 Page Ten Color Pictures Alive, Kicking By ERSKINE JOHNSON INEA Staff Correspondent Paul Hesse has improved that old Chinese proverb about a pic- ture being worth a thousand words. "'A color picture." says he. *'is worth SIO00.'" You ce probably heard of Paul[ Hesse. And if you haven't you have seen his photographs. They are everywhere--on magazine covers. in clearer ads, on billboards and in the homes of just about every star in Hollywood. In his plush Hollywood studio. which looks like an M-GM film set, Paul Hesse's camera blinl/,s at a parade of Hollywood glamor queens, cover girls, babies, social- ites. shipyard welders and ntudcIs posing for everything from nnder arm deodorant advertisements It} cigarets. Hesse looks more like a tloll.v ood leadin man than a tllolog rapher. He's on the dapper side. graying hair, a tan face. charm. a way with the ladies so impor- tant in picture taking. His marriage, though, to his fa Vorite model. EIyse Knox. lasted only a .','ear. "'People in ttolly- wood." he says. "are too inde- pendent. They don't lean on each other. They both waut carreers.'" An ertswhile artist H e s s e turned photographer when he re- turned from France after World VCar I: he was one of the first to recognize the advantage of color photography over black and white. As he says. "'You get more char- acter out of a face or a subqect in color It's alive and kicking.'" and. "I like to let the camera pick up the colors" Hesse always works with a radio or phonograph turned on. It sets a mood. and the subjects can't hear the click of the camera. And sometimes he serves champagne to his subjects to get a "iittle extra sparkle." He's taken some pictures in less than 10 minutes, has spent "several hours" on others. He once spent almost a whole day trying to photograph Claudette Colbert and didn't get a picture. Next day they tried it again--and again they didn't get a picture. *'Claudette sorta bawled me out lhat time." he said. "'I thought I w'as slipping but the next day she came in again and we got the picture in 10 minutes." 'Behind Ri'sing Sun' IIERE'S A GIRL who has male hearts palpitating far and wide. She's Martha O'Driscoll. star of Universal pictures. Recently returned from :1 vi.,it o service men in the Aleutians, she's currently on the screen in "Weel,-End Pass" and "'Follow the Boys." Marl-one 113 It0 129 C'rbone 160 119 175 Rock 106 77 t33 Gahert 93 169 97 Blind I00 I00 I00 F'rgianl 162 129 159 Tots. 560 559 686 Tots. 661 739 697 Top Bats The Speed Lathettes Wiemelt 106 108 140 Rundle 170 149 131 Blind 100 I00100 Gailup 102114124 Schultz 132142144 Zuehl'f 138131134 Young 130 9"/ 120 Sigger  110 123 JohnsOn 101 126 103 Zuidw'g 140 1()6 113 Tots. 589 573 607 Tots. 670 631 646 ,Roosevelt QUAKER STRETCHER LEAGUE Spitfires Gliders Knitter 128135 166 Jensen 123106166 , Hansen 106 I14 89 M'hner 117131105 i DeMarco 79112 I15 B.Mar'r 142104129 , Huff 140 164 189 J'hnson 133 107 92 Barbs The expression "politics makes stra:ge bedfellows" probably came from most of them using the same bunk Applied to a hair wave. the word -pe,'manent" means every couple of months or so. Driverless auto rolled down a hilly sIreet in an Illinois town and ujured two people. Think how many might have been injured had the careless owner been driving it. KENOSHA EVENING NEWS day afternoon with three tables of 500 in play. Mrs.0 William Davis substituted for Mrs. Orrin Skill- ings. A dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. Martha Vogler of Chicago spent a week's vacation with her daughters. Mrs. Meade Walker and Mrs. William Benson. Mrs. H. B. Gaines and Mrs. John Alderson visited Mrs. John Beech- er at Union Grove Thursday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandesl and family of Silver Lake visited Mrl and Mrs. Thomas Davis Thurs- !with son Tommy, Merrill. day. Mrs. Laura Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson attended Mr. and Mrs. Gorge Nelson's wedding dance at Antioch Thursday eve- ning Harvey B. Gaines attended a testimonial dinner for members of the Kenosha County Safety committee at the American Legion club rooms in Kenosha Friday eve- ning. Miss Irma Spaay, Lansing, Mich: came home to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Spaay. Sorners Minnie Ozane, CorrDondent SSgt. Fanory Uelman arrived home Saturday night for a "24- day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs: Matt Uelman. Uelman re- cently retgrned to the states from Kodiak, Alaska where he was in service for,,t past 30 month. He is now statioff'ed at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Thorn and son Jimmy, Chicago, were week-end guests at the John Hanks home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Yule. Kenosha, were Sunday after- noon and evening guests. Blind 120120 120 Glasel 165159154 Tots 687 759 793 Tots. 819 746 785 1r. and Mrs. Edward Sehultz Even though married, some arha,ks women continue to spend a 10t of ' e " Mustangs were guests at dinner Sunday eve- Jam son 109106102 And'son 84 94 !14 ning with Mr. and Mrs. Donald time looking for a husband, i Kerher 164161129 W.A's'n 119117129 Clark. Kenosha. Boshart 1118 95 82 Goernot 112 lla 121 Mrs. Otto Tabbert and Miss Ti]ere's really no fun like work, B.ea s. - - 12S 126 Mexer 107 1 95 but some people have a hard time ,iasel lla 126 128 M'D'ell 135 121 Virginia Tabbert. Milwaukee, the joke." Tots. 765 771 722 Tots. 756 732 779 visited Mrs. Adeline Gould Sunday. seeing :Thunderbolts Wildcats I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lauer, Mil- ......... .................. Meyer .7 00lein lIO lOS waukee. Sunday 151 were guests at Kles 148 14o 110 Sch'der 117 163 Piehl 121 125 144 Servais 98 126 106 Me:vet 150 135 198 Blind 120 120 121) Blind 120 120 129 Blind 120 120 120 Tots. 723 728 791 Tots. 620 729 692 Union Club Bowling Scores Honor Roll Tavern Majors Tom Roberts ............. 666 Russ Kreuscher ........... 661 Leo Thomey ............... 639 E. Pietrangeli ............. 609 Fritz Piehl ................ 608 Sehneeherger No. 1 Florence La Mielle ......... 518 Evelyn Konrad ............. 508 SCHNEEBERGER'S REC. NO I LEAGUE Wis. Quality Cheese Congress Club Mur 112 19 172 Kelly 122 141 93 June 157 15S 140 Betty 115 156 132 Elaine 136 184 139 Jean 121 174 132 Plays at Hollywood Thrills galore and two dramatic  HuettenTots. 669145666104648100 RauenTots. 6291137181 682125 Dunn 125 10t 95 L'Mielle 190 147 181 the grim background of Japan and ] ,l,,t, Waldo 125 162 138 Chris'n 124 124 194 her war madness in "Behind the ! Oglesby 135 128 132 Jasen 165 134 126 :{ising Sun," RKO Radios senna- ' TAVERN :IAJOR LEAGUE Urban 99 85 96 Lubeck 193 175 183 tional new screen offering based on cousin Hugo's 3Iazzareili's Tar. Blind 120 120 12e Srdan 179 147 156 Deaud'u 118 149 127 DeFazio 187 16S I Tots. 730 722 707 Tots. 851 727 744} 199 James a. Young's best-selling book. i Pickos 18a 189 161 Sal'tore 213 183 161 I N. Side Beauty Sb. Schneeberger's Rue. who have gone into U. S. service from the Pike River school district. Sgt. Kenneth Bohm, Camp Hu- lea, Tex., is visiting his wife, Mrs. Jane Bohm and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bohm. Lois Helding, S/lc, Washington, D. C., who has been in service for 13 months and her brother, Cpl. Jack Helding, Camp Polk, La., vis- ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bush during the past week. Other guests at the Bush home were Mrs. Fred Helding, Jr., with son Timmie and Mrs. Frank Fink, APPLICATION FOR EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY Notice: Mllo A. Conwell, sentenced Nov. 2, 1943, to serve 1 year to 20 months in the Wisconsin State Prison for Taking Indecent L/berttes with a Minor, will apply for executive clem- ency on or about May 4, 1944. (Signedl MILO A. CO. IApril IS, 25 STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUNTY COURT -- .-'OS]E COUI In the Matter of the Estate of Louis Goldatein, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDrrOBS Letters of administration having been issued to Joseph Goldstein in the estate of Louis Goldstein, deceased, late of The film begins tonight at the Hol- Cris'sen 210 158 190 Falcone 190 136 139 , Roberts 215 21S 235 Falduto lS3 134 124 lywood. ! Hartl 181 1'81 166 Zanotti 169 177 159 Dealing with the adventurous ex.' Tots 912 893 879 Tots. ,.945 S27 813 periences of a little group of Amer- ] Nehlsen's Sports Frostop Res. leans and Japanese in Tokyo, the Tenuta 167162 I55 Dum'sic 16S 168138 picture is hailed as one of the most Patitucci 150171197 Skend'l lS4155173 Perroni 159164188 Branchi 146203138 unusual features ever made, as Nell Schiebe 179201161 Aiello 204151203 as being the only one to give a Pickos 200167 lS3 Thom'y 184151190 'ivid and authentic representation Tots. 891 901 890! Tots. 854 828 842 Dr. Pepper Rex's Mr. Sales of Japanese life and temperament. Piehl 205 189 214 Pacetti 188 153 224 Margo: Tom Neal, J. Carrol Naish, Lohman 181 157 183 Piet'eli 179 254 176 1Rooert Ryan and Gloria Holden Nelsen 150 134 188 Zim'an 144 184 166 head the cast of the film Thomev 202 202 232 Tovo 197 183 18@ Maras'o 170 180 234 Kapvus 187 157 239 Warren Douglas. handsome new- Tots. 925 879 1068 Tots. 895 931 994 comer to the screen, is starred in : Sparco Edelwei Congress Club "Murder on the Waterfront." which Gioven'li 185 213 165 Henry IS2 179 184 is the story of a sailor who is ac- Munson 19 166 187 Waw'ha 176 150 172 . RIind 135 1,']5 135 Wierbie 157 172 163 tuned of murdering a man on his Green'ld 195 177 174 Mars'co 159 214 225 ,. edding night. Refieuna 142 156 192 Cashin 199 204 149 Tots. 901 895901 Tots. 873919893 the city of Kentmha. in said County; Pfc. Dolald Bush, son of Mr. and Notice is hereby given that all claims! l Mrs. Archie Bush, who enlisted in against the said Louis Golchtein, le- the marine aviation corps August ceased, late of tht r city of Kenusha, in Kenosha County. Wisconsin. must be [26, 1943, was graduated Saturday presented to said County Court at Ke- nosha, in said County. on or before the in the aviation machinists corps at th day of September, 194, or be Memphis, Tenn. barred; and that all such elain'm and, Mrs. David Bolton received word I demands will be examined and adjusted last week from her husband, CpL at a term of said Court to be held at the court house in the city of Kenosha, Bolton, telling of his safe arrival in said County, on Tueiday, the 12th in England. day of September, 1944, at 10 o'clock Mrs. Kivicinski arranged a very in the forenoon of Said day. Dated April 10, 1944. pleasant party in honor of her I By Order of the Court, brother, Robert MeComas, at the ROBERT V. BAKER, Judg Eagles clubhouse, Kenosha, Satur- JULIUS GOLDSIN, Attorney. day evening. (April 18-25-May 2 Mrs. Ruth Miller Jensen, daugh- STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUNTY COURT -- KENOSIIA COUNTY ter of J. William Miller is conval- In the Matter of the Estate of Mary escing from an appendectomy at Bosnock, Deceased. St. Joseph hospital, Milwaukee. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters of Administration having been Miss J'anet Miller, Milwaukee, issued to Alvina Bosnock in the estate spent the week-end with her i of Mary Bosnock, deceased, late of the father, J. William Miller. City of Kenosha. in Said County; Notice is hereby given that all claima Mrs. Ray McNeil has returned against the said Mary Bosnock, de- from an extended visit with her!ceased, late of the City of Kenosha, daughter, Mrs. Joseph Pohl, IIemp- m Kenosha County. Wisconsin, must By Order of the Court, his birthday anniversary, having t ROBERT V. BAKER, Judge been born April 15. 1857. He was JULIUS GO,LDSTEIN, Attorney the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jack- April 19-25-May 2, ley. STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUNTY He spent his boyhood in the COURT -- KF-OSHA COUNTY Brighton vicinity, and was mmried In the Matter of the Estate of Olive to Magdaline Poss on Nov. 28, 1889. Clark Mutter. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Following their marriage Mr. and[ Letters Testamentary having been L- Mrs. Jackley took up their resi-;sued to Doris Emma Biggs. deceased, dunce on the farm which remained I in the .estate of Olive Clark Mutter, their home for more than 50 years. I deceased, late of the Town of Salem, I They celebrated their golden wed-!in said County; i Notice is hereby given that all elaim ding there in 1939. Mrs. Jackley against the said Olive Clark Mutter, i preceded her husband in death on deceased, late of the Town of Salem, : in Kenosha County. Wisconsin, must !Jan. 12. 1941. I be presented to said County Court at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter  Surviving Mr. Jackley are his iKenosha, in said County. on or before Lauer. Mrs. Theressa Tabbert quietly ley at home, Mrs. Charles Wairdt, i the 5th day of September. 1944. or be children, William and Laura Jack- barred; and that all such claims am celebrated her eighty-fourth birth- Mrs. Claude Dixon, all of Brighton, demands will be examined and adjusted at a term of said Court to be held at day anniversary Monday. Ed. Jackley. Burlington, and Mrs. the court house in the City of Ke- Mrs. T. Godske and Mrs. Bell, i Lco Seitz. of Sturtevant He also is [ nosha, in said County. on Tuesday, the 7th day of November, 1944, at I0 Racine, visited Mrs. Minnie A. G. survived by three brothers Frank o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Ozanne Monday afternoon, land Anthony of Ashton, Iowa, and Dated April 15. 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. !Joseph of Covina, Cal., and by 18 By Order of the Court. Tots 716 859 750 Tots 602 757 62"/ Monday morning. Jack Andrea' Stan's Tap Room Floyd Hughes has been inducted Loef 13a 142 135 Moll'n 116 115 98 in the U. S. navy. V'nBoven 96 I15 111 Lemke 126 169 149 Mr. and Mrs. George Gregg and Hoffman 164 131 1ha Kleist 122 128 159 McGill r.6 139 109 Olsen 152 11 151  son James and Miss Marie Ogle, West Allis, and Miss Lillian Jensen Tuesday, April 25, 1944 claims against the laid David Hun- ice, and defend the above entitled actlo rath, deceased, late of the city of Ke- in the court aforesaid; and in case of nosha, in Kencmha County, Wiseousin. your failure ao to do. judgment will must be presented to said County Court be rendered against you according to at Keno*ha. in said County. on or be- the demand of the complaint, of which fore the 3rd day of October, 1944. a copy is herewith ser-ed upon you. or be barred; and that all such ctaima POTTER AND SMITH. and demands will be examined and Attorneys for Plaintiffs. adjusted at a term of Said Court to!P. O. Address: 423 Main Street. 316 Ar- be held at the court house in the eade Building. Racine, Wisconsin. city, of Kenosha. in said County, on NOTE: The object of the above en- Tuesday. the 7th of November. 1944, titled action, the verified complaint of at I0 o'clock in the forenoon of said which is filed in the office of the Clerk day. I of the Municipal Court of Kenosh Dated April 17tli, 1944. Count3,, at the City of Kenosha. in said By Order of the Court. County, is to estabhsh and quiet the ]ROBERT V. BAKER. Judge. / title of the above named plaintiffs W. W. DAVIS. Attorney. I against any and all adverse claims on April 18-25-May 2 I the part of the above named defendants. P or any other person or nersons whomso- STATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUN2!ever in and to the following describesl COURT -- KgNOSRA COUNTY ;real estate situate in the Town of In Re Descent of Lands of Sister ISomers and County of Kenosha. in the Suitberta (formerly Margaret Molitor). !State of Wisconsin. to-wit: deceased. [ Parcel 1. A part of the Northwest Quar- NOTICE TO DETERMINE DESCENT i Notice is hereby given that on the I 16th day of May. A. D. 1944 at ten o'clock a. m. in the court house in the / city of Kenoha. in said county, the fol- [ lowing matter will be heard, considered. I examined, and adjusted: I The application of Frank Molitor to I determine the heirship .nd descent of' the lands of Sister Suitberta. formerly Margaret Molttor. late of Elm Grove. Wisconsin, deceased: said lands being de- scribed as follows, to-wit: [ The north sixteen and two thirds I 16aat feet in width of lot numbered twenty 1201 and the south sixteen and two thirds 16t feet in width of lot numbered twenty-one t2D, in block numbered thirty ,30 of Bond's subdivision of Dart Of the north west one quarter It , of section numbered six 6,. in township num- bered one iI! north, range numbered twenty-three 123 east, according to a plat and survey of said subdivi- sion on file and of'record in the office bf the register of deeds of Kenosha county. Wisconsin. ,nd lying and being in the city of Kenosha. county be presented to said County Court at of Kenos'ha and state of Wisconsin. stead, N.J. I Kenosha, in said County, on or before  Dated this 17th day of April, A. D. lq -r}-Lt the 5th day of September, 1944. or be [1944. , O '.barred; and that all such elain and! BI on i d .... ds will be examined and ad-i By the court. [ ROBERT Xr. BAKER, County Judge. I justed at a term of said Court to be [ {Avril 18. 25: May 2' iteld at the Court House in the City I Mrs. Susan Seitt. Condent [of Kenosha, in said County, on Tues-]l Charley Jackley, lifelong rest. ida:,', the 12th day Of September, 1944, COURT- KENOSHA COUNTY ] at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said In the matter of the estate of Anna[ dent of Brighton, died at his home day. Schonscheck. deceased. ] Saturday morning. Jackley died on Dated April 13th, 1944. NOTICE OF HEARING FOR APPLICA- ROBERT V. BAKER, Judge. Ozanne attended the funeral for grandchildren. [GEO. W. TAYLOR. Attorney. 516 U. S. the late Anthony Schmidt held at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz and Bank Building, Kenosh, Wil Betty, Unioh Grove, Mr and Mrs. t Aprll 18-25-May 2, Eve 161 192 t55 Vera 106 l l ' St. George's church, Kenosha, Roy Schultz and Donald, Mrs. Ever. CONSIN OUI['Y Katy 150 129 144 Blind 120 120 120 ett Anderson Burlington and Mr I COURT- KENOSHA COUNTY ...... ' ...... '  ." I In the matter of the estate of William anu Mrs. V1rglI cnuiiz spent rl-i I Smith deceased day evening at the Frank Schultzl OTXCE" OF APPLICATION FOR PBO- were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. Mrs. Al Season is convalescing from an operation at the Kenosha hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bullamo;e, Jr. entertained at dinner Sunday ter of Section Five aSt Town Two 2 North of Range Twenty-three East ml being more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the North- west corner of said Section Five 5) and running thence South 00" 12 West along and upon the West line of said Sectintt TWO Hundred Eighty and five tenths 1280.51 feet; thence st parallel with the North line of said Section One Thousand three and 2'10 1003.21 feet: thence North 00 12' East two hundred eighty and 5 10 t280.5, feet and to the North line of said Section: thence West along and upon the North llne of said Section One l thousand three and 2,10 I003.2 feet and to the place of beginning, and containing Six and f)rty six Hun- dredth.s 6.46 acres of land in the Town of Somers, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. n Parcel 2. Also that part of the North Half of Section 5, in Town 2 North. Range 23 East of the Fourth Princi- pal Meridian. particularly described as Commencing at a point 17 rods South of the Northw, est corner of the Norathwest Quarter of said Section 5; Hautz'er 116 110 llg Drink'e 143 145 118 [ for Mr. and Mrs. David Hale and Irving 114 114 131 Betchel 124 124 119 I Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hale and KellerLeach 10@130149158113 Bruner124 Knoed'r 1 18945 I [ Terry, Pleasant Prairie. Milkent 129 114 143 Schne'r 142 141 154 I Mrs. Julia Bush of Milwaukee Tots. 622 659 653 Tots. 659 744 63.9' is visiting,her sister, Mrs. Albert Nick Perri's Nehlen's Sports ]62 J. Bishop. Sherid'n 145144110 Brook'e 129134 I Perri 144 95 93 K'irch'r 13611S 141 Mrs. Albert J. Bishop, Mrs. Julia isnov'ch 97 92109 DeKok 131106149 Bush and Lorin Bishop visited Hclton 132137137 perroni 98 125 1 Mrs. A. Mortenson at Wheaton, Ill., thence South along and upon the West line of said Section 654.5 feet. to the lands of Harvey Hansche: thence East parallel to he North 'ine f said Section, 1480.35 feet. to the West line of the right-of-way of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway; thence Northeasterly along, the West line of said right-of-way, to a poLnt 4825 feet South of the North line of sad Sec- tion: thence West parallel to the North line of said Section 142843 feet; G Perri 120 66106 Kerr 166161148 Tots. 670566587 Tots, 660644766 I * Bristol Mrs, Margaret Maleskl, Correapondent ,Mrs Jean Asby, Racine, is visit- ing her niece and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thorne for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dixon, Sa- Sunday. Miss Edith Christensen, Milwau. kee. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christensen over the week-end. Mrs. Theodore Tabbert. enter- tained a group of friends Monday evenin in honor of Miss Dorothy Struck an April bride-to-be. Guests were: Mines. Kenneth Bohm, home and helped Miss Lillie Burton I BATE OF WILL AND NOTlCE celebrate her birthday. TO CREDITORS I TION FOR LICENSE TO SELL REAL ESTATE Notice Is Hereby Given that at a soecial term of the county court to be held in and for said county at the court house in the city of Kenosha. Kenosha county, Wisconsin, on the 4th day of May, A. D. 1944, at ten o'clock a. m.. or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Chris A. Juliani. administrator of the above entitled estate, for license to sell a varcel of real estate belonging to such estate and for confirmation of a prelim- friary contract of sale of said real estate which is described as follows to-wit: . Part of the south east quarter of section 10 in township one 1! north of range 20 east of the fourth prin- cipal meridian, and more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a point in the center of Highway 83 which is 1089 feet southerly of the north line of said southeast uarter: thence north 7S degrees east 264 feet; thence south 14ta degrees east 165 feet: thence south. 75' degrees west 264 feet: to the center of the highway: thence north 14ta degrees west along the center of said nigh- way to the vlace of beginning, con- tainlng 1 acre of land; excepting a strip of land 57.75 feet wide off the entire north side of the above de- scribed parcel of land. Dated Aprii lth, A. D. 1944. By order of the court, ROBERT V. BAKER, County Judge. (April 11. 18. 25) thence North parallel to the \\;Vet line of said Section 202 feet; thence West parallel to the North hne (,f said Section 200 feet. to the place of be- ginning, containing 17.11 acres of land. more or less Parcel 3. Also part of the North Half of Section 5. Town and Range aforesaid, particularly described as commenclng at a point vchere the North line of land conveyed to Barvey Ranschc by Deed "'82." page 52(;. intersects the East line of te right-of-way of the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company; thence Northeasterly alon: said rght-of way Io a polar "'hee same intersects the Sooth line of land formerly owned by Jane Hanschc. which South line is 17 rods S,,uth of the North line of said Section 5; thence East lrallel to North Imc of said Section. to the center of the Lake Shore Road: Southwesterly along center of said Road to point East of beginning: thence W'est to beginning. Parcel 4. The North Half of the North Third of the South Half of the North Half of Section Five in Township Two North of Range 'I-enty-three East of the Fourth Principal Meridian. Ex- cepting therefrom a strip of land Five rods wide and Twenty-five rods tong. North and South across the said land conveyed to the Milwaukee and Chi- cago Railroad Company and u..ed for railway Durpos'es. Also beEinnin at a point at the Northwest corner of the property hereinbefore described, run thence North Twenty-two rods, thence East to Lake Michigan: thence South- westerly along the shores of Lake Michigan, to a point directly East of ' Notice is hereby given that at a term STATE OF WISCONSIN -- MUNICIPAL, Mrs. Mike Semler entertained tne i of said court to be held on Tuesday. the COURT -- KENOSHA COUNTY. n Harvey Hansche and Etna Hansebe members of her Bunco club at her ! 2nd day of May 1944 at 10 o'clock i J " ;' .- '- ...... I his wife P'aintiffs vs Frances G Drew hoIYle on "Vednesdav afternon A]the forenoon ox saa any a ne cuur ..... ....... h s - **'e it.. o en^s   ' and  Drew his wife Melville dell i I ou e ..................... c ous lunch was served b: the county there will be heard and con- R. Greene. and -- Greene. his haSe_:ds " hfte WohwiChg buU::t. "" i.,fe Melville R Green Betsey Green , . : . , , ol wWraglSleedanplieation of Chris A. 3uliani arrCenLeihe'hfeliaFrSan2rein, FPlrin v. resent" he {for the probate of the will of William " ' . " , p . t Mmes. Carrie Madden" , I .... e oe - . ,. ,,.. ..... ,_, I Emma Stanbrdge, Reuben Hatcll & Co ' [ mlm u c  ,. - ,, =v,,,*-  Jacob G ottfredson and ' / hn Madden John De Bell LeRo ,mn o n o , C . , Y e t f a executor r administrator Gottfre- " -" -- I , nson nls wxfe" P P Green and DeBell A Burdlck A Kellerman i wUh the will annexed of the estate of[ Green his' " " " ' " ' -- , wire; Thomas D. ! the place of beginning, thence West to the place of beginning, excepting therelrom such land occupied by the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Company: the Lake Shore Road be- tween Racine and Kenosha crossing said land in a Northerly and Souther- ly direction, all in the Town of Som- ers, Count:," of Kenosha and State of Wisconsin. POTTER AND SMITH. Attorney's for Plamnffs. TO EACH AND ALL OF THE DEFEN- DANTS NAMED OR OTHERWISE Mrs. Nyholm, George Axtell. Oliver said William I. Smith deceased late of I Bond and Bond his wife'' the city of Kenosha, in said county: i Erickson wife of 'ohn  " -' i DESIGNATED AS SU'CH IN THE Axtell. Roy Schultz, Henry Vander  Notice is further given that all claima I so---." An ,. . , ....... .rm- t FOREGOING SUMMONS: Zee Fred Baysinger Oral Price [ " s ..... s na arm nzamem ose: Tea-! NOTICE IS H'EBEBY GIVEN that at , , again t the said WsUsam I. Smith. de- I erick Bose and Bose, his wife; Charles Cross, Arthur Brandes and ceased, late of the city of Kenosha, in I Fredrik Bose and ]Bose, his i the time of the hearing or trial tn Henry Fadnen. Kenosha county. Wisconsin. must be ] wife; Mary O. Hansche; Carl Bose the above entitled action apphcation presented to said county court at Keno- I Mrs. Orrin Crane entertained at sha in said county on or before hel and Bose. his wife; Charles wlll be made to said Municipal Court Bose and Bose, his wife; Flor-i at the Court House. in the City of Ke- a post-nuptial shower honoring her  5th day of September. 1944 or be barred: [ enee Sheekler, Florence Schickler, Flor- ! nosha, Kenosha County. State of Wis- sister-in-law, Mrs. Dan Samicksen at ') and that all such claims and demands [ ence Scheckler; W. G. Duffies and : consin, to appoint a guardian ad litem will be examined and adjusted at a term Duffies, his wife; William Bose and for infants and all insane and m- her home on Wednesday evening. I of said court to be held at the court!__ Bose, his wife. and the un-competent persons whom said action The evening was spent in playing t house in the city of Kenosha. in said i known wives, if any, given name un- may concern, and for whom a guardmn bunco A delicious luncheon was county, on Tuesday the 7th dav of No- known, of all above named defendants ad litem shall not have been previous- i vember. 1944. at 10 o'clock in the fore-whose v.-ives' names are not specifically ly appointed, and for all persons m was served to the following guests: nooi of said daY. stated herein, and all assigns, husbands,  the military - service of the United Mrs. Frank Finch, Mrs. Walter l Dated April 10th. 1944. wives wid6ws executors, administra-, States of America Crane. Mrs. Ollie Steiner, Elkhorn: ', By order of the court, torn, devisees, heirs at law. next of kin, I POTTER AND SMITH ROBERT V. BAKER. Judge guardians and successors in interest of l Attorneys for PlaintifflL Mr:. Tony,Jensen, and daughter, t ,April 11. 18. 25 ' each of said defendants herein named I Apr. 11-18-25 .New Munster: Mrs. Geo. RobinsOnlSTATE OF WISCONSIN -- COUNTY or otherwise designated or referred to and Shirley, Mrs. E. R. Bailey nd COURT -- KENOSHA COUNTY and generally all persa'ls whom Jt may i Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. Melvin Robinson, Homers, Mrs. Mel- In the Matter of the Estate of David concern, Defendants. @ Maisie Joins 'Swing "'" Skatski 208 171 Streit 160 142 Rolfe 168 174 00hift' at Lincoln Boun'terPDei1222211178189 Tots. 1004889 Miller High Life All out for defense is Maisie's Lewis 159178 Rock 153 174 motto in her latest film. "'Swing Wagner 16Ca211 Shift Maisie." which starts today at Wiere 154 188 the Lincoln theater. Ann Sothern. Kraiser 214 2.24 Tots. 840 985 as the curvacious heroine, keeps a tiff upper lip for defense and a soft lower lip for romance, which is supplied by virile, charming James Craig. Jean Rogers. displaying the talent for comedy that he exhibited in Diener 115157 96 Waluch 89153 93 'Whistling in Brooklyn," plays Knight 123124124 Bosm'n 121113 87 Maisie's roommate. She makes Jehorek 143 138 121 Mertin 124 107 134 things difficult for both Craig and ' Blind 100 100 I0 Lett'me 98 133 92 Tots. 602655 563. Tots. 544653518 ,laisie, who apprehended a gang of saboteurs who plan to blow Up ' Jolly Five 4 Hits and a Miss B'ubrich 120 129 162 Thorn 92 108 10.5 the plant. Merten 91132 104 V'D'Zee 92128 117 "Moonlight in Vermont" stars Krahn 112143116 Fischer I61106129 Cloria Jean: who grows prettier Blind I00100 i00 Schultz 132138151 Blind I00 100 100 Steffen 96 104 ]48 'ith each picture. She looks even Tots. 545 626 604 Tots. 573 584 65{) more grownup in this film, andThe Nash Gremlins Pin-Up Girls sings several songs in her own de- DesMonie 96 144 138 lightful style. . : Bower 121 119 119 @ Seefeldt 123110164, Forfeit C01d Winter in Idaho !Gallo 148 112 147 I Lamb 81130113 Blackfoot, Ida. --(U.D-- Until this I Tots. 569 Sl5 681 ' Kin Pin Queens E.D.D.D.M. ,'inter, freezing weather has been .Gearhart  10o IK ...... 143 116 111 Lar_en I 1 Noonan 101109108 a bother to Blackfoot farmers--be- Williams 8"/ Sebetic 181113164 cause the temperatures were not Covelli 105 12.3 132 Cullen 126 126 99 h I Pandel S 116 117 Covelli 97 ]OV.: enou--. ' 110 98 Tots 580 581 For the first time in five years I " 568 Tots. 649 561 579 lackfo roz' : Sih-er Streaks Burr Bee the Snake River at B ot f e i Piehl 104 121 151 Parise 112 119 150 over in the middle of January.. Im- Metallo 106 105 136 Bonof'o 134 193 116 mediately, an active ice harvest I was underway as Bingham County residents began stocking up for the long. hot months next summer. Toppi Decorators 194 Parm'er 200 229 140 144 GaIIo 176166145 179 Newm'n I67202 i63 185 Bradley 146210168 176 Russo I75 lS2191i 913 Tots. S64969807 Barr Furnitare 163 Schw'n 178 162150 Tonight . Wed.. Thurs. NICKEY ROONEY .r ] / _JUDY GARLAND" l i J TOGETHER WITH 196 Wachs 157 167 220 148 Bat'nski 157 163 153 161 Ferkin 181 179 158 213 Hoff 159 170 156 881 Tots. 849 858 850 Academy I t'. A. W. LOC. 72 LEAGUE ! Gear-Ette Victory Girls Ulrich 121136122 V'ncina 30013.5100 tern. spent Wednesday evening Roger Prange. Edward E. Tabbert, Tin Albright, Mrs. Roy Schultz.' Hanrath. Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING AP, ICATION with Mrs. Minnie Dixon and the Peter Lauer, Frank Smith, Edward Mrs. Norman Raasch and Mrs. Le FOR ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE Fred Pitts family. M Lonmore Millie Snencer Irv Roy DeBell, Brighton. ] TO CREDITORS I " Mrs Bernard Wels and inf Notice s herebv given that at a At a regular meeting of Bristol, in E Gard'inier .Tnm ',q,," - " " ant  ". ".. " . =.  . " ' ' .............. dai hter came home T - " special term oz Halo uourt to be held Chapter O.ES. Wednesday eve-i Edwin Prange, Henry Christensen, , g_ " ..... uesaay Irom on Tuesday, the 23rd day of May. nlng, the worthy matron Mrs. Iver Edquist: Misses Doroth'., " v.amerlnes nospital, .enosna. 11944. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon Newton Meredith. announced birth- Struck and Ethel Ed,uist " l Mrs. Art Danlels is spending some- i f said., da)'. at h_e court house in ....  "t I time t (h woio h.o = t. lty U%. nosl, In SalGL =ounly nay and obhgatlon night for the Edward Meier stationed at a  .......... :" ...... there will be heard and considered; next regular meeting at which cam ;- r,t;,^,: : ..... a:__  ,1,,_  _. ..... :_ i The application of Adeline Kleist ,; Tri ,. ,. ,^ / v ,,, =,,*-,,-* , v,,-,t; '* t nere are anour "a.uuu Oll burn- I for the appointment of an administra- .  .n ,. ove c,,op=r mem 9da furlou I "'" "'. " - - y gh with his parents, i ers and 50.000 water heaters in jtrix of the estate of David Hanrath. bers areto be guests. . , , , I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meier. i dealers' and distributors' stcks I deceased'late. f the city of Kenosha, ^ner.m e meeung a plnocn.leana i During the business "zession of lthroughout the United States. ] mNSicae t'iunYu;rther given that all 5uu parw was nela at Bristol om- } the Pike River P T A meeting I .mun!ty Hall with .fourteen tables ]Tuesday night the follo4,'ing offic-I in play. The commlttee announced I ers were elected: President, Mrs. i ..... a profit of over twenty-three dol- Irwin Ingroiville; vice-president, I I IIIII I=='LAT f..===._ lar.,. Mrs Cyril Bohm" secretary, Mrs /llmlJm[lll I| H,I,L--  |  " ' ' =lp a Mrs R E Murdoch Miss Ed]th iR t d .... uh Donaldson" treasurer Mrs.[ nlIIIlI. 11 mob .. m Murdoch, Mrs. Frank Schonscheck, George Wortzok:' delegates 'to the I U llI1 lll ll  er I Mrs Edward Chumley Mrs Bryant P T A ' " - . . . . convention to be held in l I iIl IW' lll llI ! enson, Mrs. Joe Walke Mrs. Milwaukee are Mmes. I. Ingroi-i "Noah o* a ,, William Eichinger, Mrs. Lawrence ville and Cyril Bohm An interest.,  ,s r l Whitcher. Mrs. Harold Enabnit, and ing featurewas the cledication of l Mrs. Newton Meredith accepted the a service flag. There are 21 stars I JIMMY LYDON ROBERT PAOE invitation tendered Country Worn- on this flag representing the boys SUMMONS The State of Wisconsin. to the said r.efendants, and each of them: Yare hereby summoned to appear  withintwenty days after service of this l summons, exclusive of the day of serv- HOLLYWOOD STAR NITE rriday--ApriI 28th HAVE YOU TALENT? llere's Your Opportunity to Appear on Our Stage in our fUTURE STARS REVUE VfflNNER WILL APPEAR AT THE RIVERSIDE THEATER, MIL. See Manager ImNM ,/mm @lml8 JEAN ROGERS CONNI Ir GILC:H RIST /OHN QUALEN ' KAY MEDFORD TNi WIER ROTNR$ an's club members by the Keno- sha Woman's club and greatly en- joyed Mrs. Alice Graham Winter's talk on the "New Covered Wagon" Wednesday afternoon Mrs. G. E. Johnson. Cleveland, Ohio: Mrs. Louis Scherbert, Union Grove: Mrs. Harold Schend, Ke- nosha and Mrs. Edwin Muhlenbeck, Paris, spent Wednesday with their father, William Wolf. On Wednes- day afternoon the ladies called on their cousin, Mrs. Louis Krohn. Mrs. Fred Pitts entertained the T. T. C. club at her home Thurs- ROBERT'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE 5503 Sixth Avenue BOB GIRARD, Proprietor '.enry A,drieh I loria Jea Ray "PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES" "FUN SHOW" - d'''['ii LOUISE 01AHA ] ...r, Zuds Wed. n PAOE ALBRlyON BARRYMORE I iii:}iii .:0, IT__..[_ and TO, 0 R .OW_ "" l with JAMES CRAIG ..Cu.:;:-eh.. i DIHNERWARE ,1,1,, , i l IIIIII Aooouoce00 The Opening Engagement of The Master of the Hammond Organ LES LEECH * TONIGHT IIIIII In And "'H/s Eugagements Bespeak B/s AJb/l" "k 80 weeks in Racine (just completed). 52 weeks with Art Jarret's band. 3tr 15 weeks with the "3 Stooges." St" Has also played the famous hotels in New York, Washington and Boston. Request Your Favorite Numbers JIMMY LYDON in "HENRY ALDRICH HAUNTS HOUSE" . KDDED ATTRACTIONS . 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