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+. i;-- i ? Page Twelve Writer Scans Screen Parade By ERSKIN. JOHNSON NEA Staff Correapondent Lyle Talbot--When Lyle came to pictures from the stage his first role was as a New York racketeer In his next movie he played a gangster who staged a bank rob- bery. Shortly afterward a notorious New York gangster came to Holly- wood for a visit and arranged to meet Lyle. Instead of the usual, "Glad to meet you." he said, in a confidential undertone, "Say, Tal- ooL I liked the way you held up that bank. Nice job." A year later, . .n Talbot went to New York for a vacation. le gangster provided him with a bodyguard. Rose Stradna--When Rose went to work the other day as Nora in "Keys of the Kingdom." her 31_ - year-old son asked her where she was going. &apos;To the studio," she replied. "You, too?" said the boy, in minor dLsgu.st. Rose was a hit in one movie five years ago at MG-M, then retired to become the wife of producer-director Joe Man- kiewicz. Twentieth Century- Fox lured her back to the cameras for "'Keys." She says: "It's hardly worth it. I have to pay a nurse $18 a day to take care of the children and I'm still battling with the ra- .... r i. KENOSHA EVENING NEWS Wednesday, April 26, 1944 she spen the past three weeks I son Robert, who is in training sudden death of Rev. Otto's mother, with her sons and their families. [there I Mrs. Carl Otto, wife of Rev. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaphengst, Thd N & D. birthday club met Otto, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Jr.. and son, Teddy, Chicago. were[at the home of Mrs. E. Jackson church in Wauwatosa. here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs recently, honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Walter Frank, Mrs. Fred Al- Richard Kaphengst. two members, Mrs. Ads Edwards brecht and Mrs. Alex Schubert ac- Mr. and Mrs. Preston Stoxen and, and Mrs. Jackson Members pres- companied Mr. and Mrs. Arthur two sons of Kenosha visited the lent were Mrs. Florence Pringle Holtdorf, Silver Lake, to Wauwa- former's mother. Mrs. A. C. Stoxen, [ Mrs. Clarence Hansen. Mrs Rich toss Monday for the funeral serv- Saturday afternoon. [ ard Walker, Mrs. Nelson: Mrs. ices of Mrs. Carl Otto Miss Ruth Elfers and Miss Ar- [ Eva Russell Mrs. Maurice. Jackson Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and butus Schultz spent the week-end and the two'honor guests Mrs. Herman Fiegel were: Mrs. in Kenosha. [ Mrs. Chas. Harbrt, Ienosha, is Lizzie Grulich and children, Ernest, .Mrs. Roy Sibley entertained a l spending this week at the Peter sser xrom wauKegan over me [ C Hanson home  Janetand sonandjames,Carl; Mrs.Mrs. JaneAlbertSChultZGru. week-end " " [ lich and daughter, all of Salem. Miss Phyllis Panknin of Silver' Lake was a week-end guest  Miss Wilme00t [ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frank and [ Earl; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wienke Alice Cook. i ' "''" ................. t land son Alvin Jr all of Bristol Mrs. Arthur Bloss spent Sunday ms G. . . ...,,= .. _ .. :- ..... " . :' ar. ana mrs. WXluam eiegel. Par with Mr. and Mrs. M W. Bloss. Union Free High School- Jean I Ridge" and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Miss Florence Bloss of Delavan Hammond,. music director of the[and children from Burlington. joined them for dinner and came high school entered the following I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frank and to the family home to remain until pupils in the Music Festival contests I children visited Sunday with Mrs. Monday. held for this District at Burlington I Bertha Harm at Spring Grove and ,.::, Mrs. C. H. Brooks and Son, Ron- on Saturday. The awards given the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zarnstorff, :?::<:::: ' ald have returned from a week's local pupils show for very excel- Richmond. tl ' . visit at the Cohane home in Chi- lent instruction and splendid talent Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Rasch and cago. are as follows: Loretta Huntoon, Barbara and Ray J. Austen were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mesmer, Clarinet solo, Ist. plaee;KaySchlax, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. / :i iii! ! i Miss Fern' and Master Junir' were Saxaphne sl' IsL place; Audrey Wesley Jones, Bullamore Forks. i  i Sunday visitors at the home of Mr Barber and Darlene Schenning. Mr. and Mt:s. Frank Kruckman : and Mrs. Robert Wilton. Piano duet, 1st. place; Loretta Hun- visited with relatives at Crystal Announcements from the pulpit toon and Audrey Barber, Clarinet Lake. Sunday :. I Sunday morning for the week in- duet. 1st. place; Nadia Hegeman, Mrs. Minnie Riemann and son , .. clude a meeting of the Priscillas Vocal solo, 2nd. place, and Virginia Fred. Twin Lakes, were dinner ?: / " ! on Thursday afternoon at the home Schutzen, Cornet solo, 2nd place, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gus , .... "   ": ' of Mrs. Harry Krahn, a pot-luck The school band, A Capella chorus Neumann. !  ..... - ;' I lunch to be served. On Friday eve- and Girls' Chorus are entered for Erminie Carey spent two days THAT'S GEORGE RAFT under the grease paint, believe it or not. And i ning at eight o'clock the pastor, the i that's Grace MacDonald laughing in his face. They play brother and Rev. Stanford Strosahl, will pre- the Group events for the Music last week at Waukesha. sister, a burlesque team of entertainers, in "Follow the Boys," all-star side at the monthly meeting of the Festival to beheld at Burlington on On Saturday evening, April 29, Universal picture telling a story of the entertainment world at war. official board in the church par- Saturday, May 6. Miss Bessie Barnes will give her lots. Pfc. Robert Sarbacker, USMC. is i annual party for her ballroom tion board for enough gasoline to i .... __,_=__ ..... _ ..........  .... _ Jockey O.K. Hose Miss Jean Nelson, Grace Steph- home on furlough from the West lpupils at the Union Free High get me to the studio." I Carlson 124 127 157 Ersing 114 XZt 111 ens. Robert Manning, Junior Meg-! Coast with his parents, Mr. and school gymnasium. It will be a Lt'-Cl" William Wyler- Guest J E tw[[n 0 Sc0[es" .... ic a z63144!Maeg'd 914' H mer' and Dnald Dix were in Mil" Mrs' Herbert Sarbacker'Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Lester, Chl-, mes"Leap Year party with the "Fern-furnishing the box lunch and of honor at a Hollywood pre- ] Fallak 131104132 Fredr'n 1.ZS 140131 waukee from Friday until Sunday cago, spent Sunday with Mr. and pop. view of "Memphis Belie." War [ Gabbey 163 181 198Maeg'd 134 154 165 Juzikia 103 113 163:Mink 116 119 114 in attendance at a conference of Department film photographed un- Tots. ass em 7941 Tots. 627732695 M.Y.F. members at the First Meth- Mrs. R. Clifford Shotliff. - . der fire by the U. S. Eighth Air,-- ............ - .......... = ...... -- odist church Mrs. Herbert Sarbacker was in A cow must eat I00 or more Club i,w. Monday. pounds of grass to produce 20 to Force photographers over Ger-iCooper Girls Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rasch and I25 pounds of milk. many. It's absolutely sensationalLilah Donlon .576 Rev. Stanford Strosahl were at ................ family were guests Sunday of Mr. celluloid showing just what ourlMar v Tappa .................. 571 Zion, Ill., Sunday afternoon and bomber crews are going through Betty Gabbey ................. 522 'r SCHNEEBERGER'S REC. LEAGUE witnessed The Passion Play. and Mrs. Paul Vigansky, Kenosha. to knock out Hitler. ! Pearl DuBois ................. 503 Beauty 1lart Sheridan ue Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madden Ke- Kewenig 183 160 170 Bonn 140 185 164 Gall Patrick--A soldier returned,', ______ [ L'Juen'e 165 141 152 Bord'au 120 140 106 family of Burlington spent Sunday nosha, Mrs. Walter Labenow, Texas, a pin-up picture of Gall the other: Schneebcrger, s Major Ladies i Kot'wskl 129 142 125 Eich'n 145 09 90 with Mrs. Fleming's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faden, Dicks 141 159 153 Ande'n 119 138 132 and Mrs. David E1fers. Earl El-Paddocks Lake, were guests Sun- day with a bullet hole smack E. Lock ...................... 554 G L'J'se 135 117 134 Morzf'd lS9 151 134 fers, Rock Lake, was a caller on day of Mr. and Mrs. Winsor Mad- through her forehead. He wrote, L. Lohmann .................. 545 I Tots. 753 71S 734 Tots S83 723 726 den. lightly: "This baby almost got me. E. Lubeck .................... 545 Sparkling, Sprinl[s St&n's Ta D Rom Saturday. I Since the yellow sniper's shot E. Martin .541 [ Dietrich 142166154 Holm'n 176 lS1167 Mrs. Arthur Bloss and daughter, John Elhert underwent an opera- .................... tin at the Kenosha hospital, Mon- "Pack Up Troubles" Fun Show marred your beautiful forehead, D. Anderson .................. 524 [ SheltOnHelton 163157144146116155 BitautiSRuffalo 132141144166182136 HoneCharlttewereAnn'in Antiochand MiSSwednesdavOlive day would you mind sending along an- G. Holmgren 524 Baker 160 128 160 Mollm'n 163 136 170  " Gertrude Nett, Elgin, spent the "I-INgY IDRICI[ other photo?" A. Kewenig .................. 513 Lubeck 184 183 17S C'nfortl 138 137 164 and called on N. J. Crowley week-end with her parents, Mr. and Rhumb Rhythm i Marge Nelsen ......... ........ 512 Tots. 806 767 763, Tots 750 764 819 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Woodbury, HAUNTS HOUSE " Roslng's Tavern Sehuler's Bakery ,Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stephens, Mr. Mrs. Ben Nett. E. Schend .................... 509 Brister 161 140 134 Cherny 152 142 168 I and Mrs A G Feldkamp Mr and Mrs. Henry Easton and daughter Xavier Cugat -- "Once," says R. Lundberg .................. 505 i Wallace 171 149 138 Panko 159 4S 1SO, ,, r" ';" ;'" -- ' -" .. Jeanne were wee::-end guests of plus .................. essler 1 ff 1 ivirs U Vllle 2llggs lvir ano Mrs Xavier,when we"everybdyplay ze rhoomba,Stay seatedbuti] M. Gorecki 501 i K 168 16 36 Sw t 3 148 as ' Mr. and Mrs. James Easton, Keno- Lock 209 152 193 Baas 145 45 130 I E. T. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Paise naow eet eez so popular zat even -- Bornh'r 139 161 145 Lund'g 174 191 140 I Madden. Mrs Clarence King, Miss : sha. zee Lateens are doing eet." . 00,nea,,alf o, a487637,s Tots. 761 772 8031jossie Loescher, and Miss Olive ; Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Pacey spent Louise Albritton Laraine Day--lt must have been Jl_lUJl)lVl[ll Schneeberger's Ree. Srdsn's Plzsters I Ho e were amon  those from this Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Fred 'TmvO w]rr" a truce in Laraine's feud with the Munson 128148119 L'Mielle 152 159 1681 P e Gauger at Milton Junction. Harold Hoffman 159 IS5 160 Tucholl 133 169 30 i community who were at Bristol Army brass hats. An admiring WESTSIDE BUSINESS LEAGUE Ells 113156177 Wendt 146160 I4l [ Wednesday evening to attend the Gauger $2/'c, is stationed in the major, two captains, and a lieu- Roosevelt Rec. Wilk & Smith Sehnee'r 15S 138 142Srdan 165 148 ll7[f, nrr| natty crnrf-] hv lh C) E.q South Pacific area. Added Attractions ---, . ......... -..e ...... 'Ping Pong Dandy' Wilcox 159 117 137 Lenz 151 154 155 Gorecki 157 160 184 Drink'e 124 110 113 --I'-r Edward Pacey. Omaha. Neb.. has tenant relinquished their priority Dorau 128 127 127 Wilk 101 136 153 Tcts. 713 767 782; Tots. 720 746 S9 S Arthur Bloss and daughter, "Ran Bah Black Sheep' on a table for her at the Brown Long 135 108 156 Hanz'k 168 121 134 21 Club 7-t'p Charlotte. spent Thursday after- returned from a week's stay in Greenwood and is a guest'this week 'Sing No. 2 Delt Rhythm ]Boys' Derby .... Kim Hunter--Every- Garlow 145 147 139 Holt 122 165 142 Mura 168 165 15S Jacob's 147 133 145 I noon with her sister, Mrs. Ray of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Pacey. 'Dog House Pete' Lawyer 175 122 160 H Long .99 151 117 Reieh'rts 125 144 128:Martin 180164197 [ Bscherer Kenosha one at RKO is playing in a new Tots. 822 701 799 Tots. 723 809 783 Ander'n 195 171 158 KJac'n 163 136 132 [  .^ " . .... The Wilmot Mothers Club will film titled "That Hunter Girl" ex- Cleo COlor spirea Sehend 188 179 142 Nelson 164 17 174 I 4 ome ou memoers oz me alem cept that Hunter girl, Kim. Blind 135 135 135 Conley 179 128 107 Coshun 136 162 158 Lohm'n 183 168 194 I volunteer fire department staged an meet at the school Tuesday, May 2. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schmalfeldt, Mary Livingstone  G. I. Joss Martin 98 0 2O Lawv'r 19S S la Tots am a2 744 Tots. 837 775 SZ I 8 o'clock dinner at Frank Bod- Kansasville" spent Sunday with Mr. are hearing Mary's singing voice L'Macc'ia 97 133 123 Gerber 109 121 108 t -- t decker's Salem Oaks tavern Tues- Blind 135 135 135,Blind 135 135 135 for the first time on Jack Benny's Norg'rd 102 130 1141Bllnd 135  35 I,, I day evening. Guests were Dr. Er- and Mrs. Paul Ganzlin. current Army camp tour. She's Tots. 669 736 738e Tots. 822 757 735 it,=[ 11 ling, Frank Valine, Barney Herr- Rev. Rudolf P and Mrs. Otto and children were. in Wauwatosa been secretly taking vocal lesson. Long" Refr. Zrostop OLiVe M. Hope. Corr$1mndent man, and Lt. Ted Smith, all of since Thursday, called there by the oght and hursdF for the last sbc months. Green'S 148 137 1471Nelson 113 93 13 I Kenosha Joe Reichman" orchestra leader swartz 104 84 8a:Gentes 63 aS aS j Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Barthel and l * .... MICKEY ROONEY Gasser 120 136 87 Burden 101 114 119 /ALL SS/ To allay any possible doubt as to Nesland 136 93 131:Krebs 78 7S egi two sons are spending several vrr their Americanism, Joe's three Blind 135 135 135 Z Cntes 95 132 85 weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lee wes/ey A o r d i o n s JUDY GAIt[AND dachshunds take their daily walks Tots. 764 706 706, Tots. 656 705 696 Parks, Libertyville" Ill., assisting  Mabe Jackmm0 Coz.zepondt in red, white and blue sweaters. WESTSIDE MECHANTS IAGCE w; k the farm work while Mr. I I I WAN T E D ! I I I Joe E. Brown After hearing Roosevelt Ree. Dr Fepper S is ill with pneumonia. Wesley Chapel Woman's Society And All Musical Instruments that Joe had traveled 182,000 miles Eschner 141 147 157 Tredup 116:93 106 , The card party and dance which of Christian Service will meet Write and Give Deeription--- I'ueger 11S 93 153 Pack's lq  on his entertainment tour, Bob Schaffer 153 187 134 Ande'n - was scheduled for May 6 at Salem Thursday afternoon, April 27, at Price Wanted Burns cracked: "Gosh, but you'd Zuehls'f 172 150 129 Blind 135 z x Hall under the auspices of the the church. A pot-luck lunch will w PAT' C-A-S-EI! make some president a good wife." T Kr'ger 148 175 163 Blind 135 135 135 Brass Ball Community club, has be served, s45s w. North Ave., Tel. HOpk dl, Milwaukee, Wls. Tots. "/78 820 804, Tots. 743 706 712 :been changed to May 5 The following members of the I Service Sayings Holderness Coal Roosevelt Theater Pearce 125 123 145 Jensen 8"? 103 I07 Miss Olive Hope spent Friday Scramble club were entertained re- Bob Hope  Another chapter Burt 130 188 X30,V'C'ster 147 130 9"7 evening at the M. W. Bloss home cently at the home of Mrs Richard TOGETHER WITH from Bob's definitions. The Army: Hersbe'r t2s,m5 7omind  x35 a5 near Wheatland. 1 Connell 147 104 ll31Blind 135 l ZOS Mrs. Arthur BIoss was in Keno- Walker, Mrs. Carl Larsen, Mrs. "Hello, girls. You wouldn't care to wolfe z4.s 146 156 Blind 135 135 135 go with US would you?" The Ma- Tots. 761 812 800] Tots. 712 711  sha, Saturday, and visited her Kenneth Hansen, Mrs. Holger Sorn- sen, Mrs. Leanard Baas, Mrs. Henry rines---"Hello, girls. You'll go with brother. John Milward, at the Ke- Rohling, Mrs. Warren Rasmussen, I lroK I = 00oo00,ou, = r00ca%m'" nosha hospital. girls. Where are we going?" Mrs. Kate Jarnigo. who has spent and Miss Hazel Sorenson. Roddy McDowall  One of Hol- the winter with sons who reside Rev. James Bailey has announced lywood's foremost autograph COOPER'S INC, GIRLS' LEAGUE in Milwaukee, Kenosha, and An. a special service for Pleasant hounds. Monty Woolley wrote in Sweaters Midways tioch, accompanied by her daugh- Prairie church, following a pot- Tappa 15921 201 Jusis 36 35 17 ter. Miss Ida. Chicago, came to her luck supper next Sunday evening, his book: "Dear Roddy  I have Maeg'rd 1721451411Johns'n 186121142 April 30. The program for the searched in vain for some loath- Heppel 175 101 137:Sep'nski 161 159 148 Salem home Sunday. JFd[$o Carto@l ad Nov@|F some quality in you and cannot Knapl ,121 151 162 Zaltorts 137 128 148 Miss Olive Hope had as her din- !evening will feature Howard Ellis, find it unless it be this habit of DuBois 163 180 160 Donlon 157 235 184 ner guests on Sunday Mrs. William i well known artist and speaker, in collecting the uninteresting scrawls Tots. 79o 7as sin; Tdts. 786 7SO 748 Fletcher. Mrs. Arthur Bloss. Jr. and ! a presentation of pictures, slides Jockey Shorts Longs ' n r " a d d awmgs of great master of some very uninteresting peo- Blind 120 120 120;Tornc'k 121 136 112 daughter, Charlotte Ann. Mzss Jen- - ple." ]'lendr'n 122 123 ll5Prani'y 135 141 160 hie Loescher, and Miss Jossie pieces, and some are humorous m m m 4k Peck 124 83 1.21 Jensen 102 110 121 Loescher sketches I.gtL00UL00[I Eoriattl 66 57 91 .Harapel 140 118 118 " " r ' " A muskrat, provides about one n  I ................. Mrs. Wflham Klusmeyer has re- M s W,lham Walker left Thur HOLI.W00D STAR NITF and a half pounds of edible meat. -Tots =o 5 !-='ots   1 turned from Footville, Wig.. where day for Norfolk. Va.. to visit her i " Fr|day--Apr|! 2Ih . : . ..... ::nO: .,... , Have a Coca-Cola =You re invited to our house ....= .., WINNER WILL APPEAR AT THE llt/l00 +- '++' : II [q 1: i*l.ql l Ir-  MflIW! Doors Open MARGAEET O'BIIIEN I 1 Starts Thursday 1 ANN SHERIDAN In --I "$Hll| 011 HMtV|$T MOH" _. -.,, " " ; " " " MNW! Doors Open ... or how to make sailors feel at home tl 11 o,= .,.,o+ .o. ,o o= == =o. ,.=+ I / tl i +-,o Shocker Show, t I[ friendl r lilies: Thcre$ one sure greeting that will put them all at ease. It's :.._ "" I / II Hbrror in the Raw! HaPe a "Coke . To an old friend, Coca-Coh from your own refrigerator says  I | - - - - I II LON CtIANEY II I/ IIelcmbad+'Tanewcmer'ksaysStr'+er''ubel+'Athme'incamp' I + ' / l'0NrrF D oo:s+..o+... 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