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"j .o Po00e Mothers to Be Honored By Eagles at Program Paying tribute to mothers, the Kenosha Aerie, Fraternal Order "of Eagl will hold its annual Mother's Day program, to which the public is invited, on Sunday, May 14, at 8 o'clock at the Eagles club. The principal speaker will be Miss Annette M. Snapper, a national authori- ty on consumer service and menu making. Miss Snapper recently returned from a three months' visit to England, where she made an ex-_ -- fw tensive tour under the auspices of11U ,,9-rou/s 1i/ the British Ministry of War In. fo00tion her add,e00, she will Same Pla00 on give "'On the Spot" observations of wartime England. Night According to David L. Phillips, Identical general chairman for the event, the l Eagles are credited with the insti- When the witty and gay repartee tution of a national day of tribute to' mothers. In 1925, the American War Mothers. one of only five wom- en's groups chartered by Congress, officially recognized an Eagle---the late Frank E. Hering of South Bend. Ind. -- as the originator of Mother's Day, and the Fraternal of "Junior Miss" reaches its first Kenosha audience on Tuesday night, May 9, it will at the same time be entertaining another Lit- fie Theater audience in the vicin- ity. The Beloit Little Theater has booked the play for performances on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, Order of Eagles as the medium as a final offering of the season. through which the campaign for Amateur theatrical groups of a national dav of tribute to moth. [suthern Wisconsin have found it ........... , . ,.  ....  .... !helpful and interesting to hold an- nual gatherings during the past of the frateraity is the famous Vic-f ew years and Kenoshans have tory Medal and Ribbon inscribed/ , . . thus become acquainted with mere with the word "Father of Mother's Day." which the American War bers of the Beloit group as well Mothers bestowed upon Mr. Hering. Plans for the program has been completed In addition to Miss Snapper, John P. McEvoy. presi- dent of the Eagles, will deliver the official welcoming address. Ed- ward LaVigne and his orchestra will play music especially adapted for the occasion. A special feature of the program will be the presen- tation of a gift to a Kenosha anoth- er by the women's auxiliary of the Eagles. The presentation will be made by Mrs. Harvey Ewing, pres- ident of the auxiliary. t Medical Auxiliary In Regular Meet as others within easy transporta- tion limit. The two "Junior Miss' casts are busy with final rehearsals for their appearance next week. From the "New Yorker" A success from its first night in December of 1941, the play is an adaptation by two master play- wrights, Jerome Chodorov and Jo- seph Fields, from sketches by Sally Benson in the "New Yorker" mag- azine, and has taken its place in popularity with the other "New Yorker" characters, Father Day ("Life With Father"), Mr. and Mrs. North, Pal Joey, Ruth and Elleen McKenney ("My Sister Eileen"), and their respective families. The tale of the giggling adoles- cent and her impact on a normal middle class family furnishes the Mr  Schlapik was hostess to' "h -* - *- ........ ne Women's Auxiliary of the e- Plum alwa n), . p, ys hungry, 13-year-. . . y pal, Puffy Adams, nosha County Medical Soclety last Jud and her evening at her name. 7754 Fifthwill amuse audiences with their anu e. . ..... l imaginative meddling. They solve uurmg me ousmess sessmn n together the nroblems of a futhor I ...... was voted to contmbute., to the Ke.in love with his office 'lr]. __sn nosha Hospital Auxthary and tOluncle be ie  t f " i 1 ved to be just o .... the local Cancer Control fund The'ail and othe .... - . :] . rs manufactured at auxhary will also provide for sena. will. ing three Girl Scouts to Pottowato- mie Hills for a week's period dur- ing the camping season. Program for the evening was provided by Raymond Johnson, who gave a reading, "When I Come Back." Later. refreshments were served with the following members assisting Mrs. Schlapik: Mines. Paul E Pifer, A. F. Ruffalo, C. G. Richards, and W. It. Lipman. Carl t. Julius, Kenosha Takes Chicaga Bride Word was received here today of the marriage in Chicago on Satur. day, April 29, of Miss Lauretta Louise Wilken. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilken, Chicago, and Carl Louis Julius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Julius, Kenosha. The double ring service took place at St. Simon's Evangelical Lutheran church at 5:30 o'clock Sat- urday evening, and was followed by a large reception at 7 o'clock at Humboldt Park haiL At the cere- mony, the bride was attended by a maid of onor and six bridesmaids, all from Chicago. The bridegroom's attendant was Fred Wllken, a cou. sin of the bride. Those attending the wedding from Kenosha were: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Julius and daughters Audrey, Esther, Mrs. Adolph Homes, Mrs. Henry Cantrell and daughter San- dra, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Julius, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Julius, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kerkman, Mr. and Mrs. John Schaufel, and Miss Ruth Maxon, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Ju- hue, Racine, also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Julius will live at 3120 N. Monitor street, Chicago, when they return from their wed- ding trip. She attended the Chica. go schools and is now in defense work there. Mr. Julius served for three years in the U. S. army, and is now employed by the ]Diamond T company in Chicago. Townsend Meet Cancelled Because a conflict in dates mak tt meeting place unavailable Townsend club No. 3 will not me this week or next week as an. nounced. Members may attend meetings of Club No. 1 at the A. H. Pvterson home, 2012 Fifty.second street Friday night, or of Club No. 2 at Berger hall 4913 Seventh avenue, Monday night. Attend Pocession Girk of St. Cecelia's sodality of St. Cas/n's church will march in a proceon on Thursday, May 4, the last day of the Forty Hours' devotion which is being celebrated for three days this week. P.T.A. Council Meets P.T. Council will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the high schooL ALl the delegates who at- tended the convention in Milwau- kee asked to attend as guests of the council RUMMAGE SALE Friday, May 5th at 9 8. m. 8310.22rid Ave. (Next te Thomey's Shoo 8tere) Spommrsd I, Bethany Ladt..-' Cub Annie Laurie Chorus to Sing Members of the Kenosha Burns club will have especially appro- priate entertainment at their reg- ular meeting Saturday evening at the Odd Fellows temple. Ten "bonnie Scotch lases" who are members of the Annie Laurie chorus of Racine, will appear, to give the old Scotch songs a "'heather" flavor. They will be dressed in the traditional plaid kilts for the occasion. Following the meeting and song- feet, refreshments will be served by the following committee: Mrs. Arthur Johnson, chairman, John Smith, Mrs. Lyle Smith, and Mrs. Walter Gemmel. Rebekahs Initiate Class at Meeting Lily of the Valley Rebekah lodge held a regular meeting last evening at the Odd Fellows temple, at which a class of candidates were initiated. Mrs. John Serpe acted for the first time in her capacity as lodge musi- cian. During the business session Mrs. Frank Higlin was chosen delegate to the state Rebekah Assembly in June. Mrs. Thomas Ellis reported a successful card party given by the :ways and means committee in !April. Report of the district meeting held in Racine on April 19 was giv- en by Mrs. Lester Curran, and plans were made for the annual birthday party of the lodge to be held on May 12. A Mothers' Day program will feature the next meet. inS, May 18 t Mary Tappa is Elected Head of Bowling League Ml Mary Tappa was elected president of the Business Girls' BowLing League at the annual ban- quet of the group recently at the Eagles' club. Decorations were in red, white and blue, and spring flowers were placed attractively throughout the room. Ml Dorothy Maegaard was elected vicpresident, Mt Nylene Bennett was re-elected secretary, and Mi Elea Kneed/or was re- elected troasur. Miss Martha Lea Spoor provided musical entertain. ment at the piano dring the eve- .ning. t Born To Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marctch, 7403 Eighth avenue, a son, May 2, at St. Catherine's hospital. Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. Treat Mother To The Natural , Curl 00KNErg The ear.to-take and comtortable She'll be thrilled at the pro. pn of getting tkis lmlng gift on '%or" day from KENOSHA EVENING NEWS Italian-American Lodge, Auxiliary Note Mothers" Day Approximately 400 members of the Italian-American society and the Ladies' Auxiliary held their i annual Mothers' day celebration last evening at the clubrooms. Mrs. F r a n k Gerrninaro was crowned mother of honor follow- ing the welcoming address by Mrs. Charles Gioga, auxiliary president Mrs. Germinaro is one of the oldest members of the lodge and has five sons in the armed forces. She was presented with a gift and corsage. Mrs. Gioga was also given a corsage, after which Mrs. Frank Pulera read an appropriate poem, "Mother". Students of Miss Helen Bentley who participated in a program of dancing were: Sue Frances Mol- inaro, Carol Koslaske, Sue Carol Molinaro, Joan Franks, Linnea Ashby, Myrna Montemurro, Kay Kanehl, Meredith Gentes, Mary and Monte Bush and Jean KOS- laske. Mrs. Vincent Zarletti was accompanist for the occasion. Miss Jessie Lia offered several piano selections, after which re- freshments were served by Mrs. Joseph Falduto, chairman, assisted by the board of directors and the bowling team. Mrs. Frank Pulera was in charge of the evening's entertainment. e V. F. W. Auxiliary Has Busy Session Mrs. Albert Smith, Jr.. president of the V F W. auxiliary, an- nounced at the meeting of the group last evening that the first district conference will be held in Janesville on May 21. An invitation was extended by Mrs. Elmer Swen- son to all members to attend the installation of officers which the junior girls' organization will hold on the evening of May 10. Mrs. Edward Knapp, chairman of the card party which will be held on the eening of May II, an- nounced that all proceeds of the affair will be used for the encamp- ment fund. The election of dele- gates to the state encampment was another important piece of busi- ness which was taken care of last evening. Seventeen delegates and the same number of alternates were selected. Mrs. Martin Christensen was named first delegate, and Mrs. August Denig was chosen for second dele- gate. Alternates were Mrs. Fred Lemke and Mrs. Henry Clemens. The next meeting will be held on May 16. 4 Druggists' Auxiliary Elects New Officers At the meeting of the druggists' auxiliary last evening at the home of Mrs. Otto Bernacchi, Roosevelt road, a new slate of officers was elected. Mr Robert Leto is the president for the canting year; Mrs. Otto Bernacchl, vice-president; Mrs John Shipman, secretary-treasurer. Cards and luncheon followed the business session, with Mr Ray Le- Mieux and Mrs. Thom J. Kennedy iang the heate. Plans for !the banquet which will be held at the June meeting were discussed. Euterpe Club "Meets All business of the year will be completed at the meeting of the Euterpe club tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Woman's club. This is a meeting of especial /m. portance, and all members are ra. quested to trend. t Lady Eagles to Meet Election of officers will be held at the meeting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock of the Lady Eagles. The regular meeting and business ses- sion will be followed by cards and bunco. Club Guide Dsaish Aid solety of 8L Mary's Lutheran church will meet st the hureh parlors tomorrow stternoon t S'. o'lelL Ladles' auxJlhrr NO. 4 st the N.A.L.C. will meet st the C,-Op hsdl tomsrrew evealng at ?: o'leeh. Group C of Grace huroh will meet at the home of Mrs. Alfred Johnson. 7818 Twentieth avenue, tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Tabltha circle of the Immanuel Methodist church will meet at S'.I o'clock tomorruw afternoon. After n short business meetln s and program birthday parer will he enjoyed and covered dish supper will be served. Youth FeUewthip ergsalzaflen of the Immanuel Methodist church will meet at 7:45 o'clock tomorrow eve- n/rig. The monthly business session will he held, followed by pro- "arsm nd eeetel hour. Kenoshans Await Catholic Hour Speaker May 9 Enthusiasm for the appearance of the RL Rev. Monsignor Fultov J. Sheen next Tuesday night is evi dented by the rapid sale of ticket: for the event, sponsored by St Mark's parish. The lecture will b at the High School auditorium, or the subject, "Problem of a Post war World," and a limited numbe of seats are still available it wa: announced today. Msgr. Sheen is particularly well known through his radio program, the nation.wide Catholic Hour. He !was lie first preacher when the hour was inaugurated in March 1930 by the National Council of Catholic Men. This group has in- vited him to return every year MRS. CLARENCE HART WEBB, since, and he now regularly ocou. the former Miss Laura Stolp, is re- siding at the home of her parents on Sixteenth avenue after a wed. ding trip with her husband, Pfc. Webb, who has returned to his camp in Arizona. They were mar- ried Saturday evening, April 29. Marilyne Carlson Bride of Corporal The marriage of their daughter, Marilyne Ann Carlson to Corporal Robert M. Pfarr, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Pfarr, of Fortieth Place, is being announced today by Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lawrence, 512 Fifty. seventh street. The wedding took place at a nup- tial high mass at St. John Chrys- carom church in Ingiewood" Cal., on April 17 The Rev. Anthony Riedy officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Paul Struble, of Los Angeles, Cal., while Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pfarr, of Inglewood, at- tended the couple. Attired in a powder blue two- piece street dress, the bride wore a headpiece of tiny white rosebuds and a white, shoulder-length veil. Her attendant wore a harmonizing l shade of blue with yellow rosebuds. After the ceremony, wedding breakfast was served at the Pfarr home to a few friends and relatives. Among the guests was the bride's mother, who had accompanied her daughter to the West coast. After spending a brief honeymoon in Santa Monica, Cpl. and Mrs. Pfarr are now residing at 2200 W. Seventy-fourth street, Los Angeles. The bride is a graduate of St. Catherine's High School, Racine, and a member of the Catholic Junior League here. She was re- cently employed as an escort in the lobby of the Nash-Kelvinator company. Before leaving for Cali- fornia she was the guest of honor at numerous showers. CpL Pfarr attended the Kenosha high school, and before entering the armed forces aided his father in business at the Good.Luck Service station. Esther Kaiser Marries Russell Pugh Saturday Miss Esther Kaiser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaiser, 6720 Twenty-seventh avenue, was mar- ried to Russell Pugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pugh, Watertown, in a lovely ceremony at the Immanuel Baptist church Saturday. The bride wore white gown and veil and was attended by Miss Evelyn Kaiser as maid of honor and Miss Ruth Kaiser and Miss Helen Pugh as bridesmaids. The Rev. William Schoeffel read the nuptial services, after which a reception was held at the Odd Fel- lows' temple for 105 guests. Edward Thomas was best man, and ushers were Dan Behr and Allen Goetch. Mr. and Mrs. Pugh are living in Watertown. t Library Offers Program As a special feature at the regu- lar story hour tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Boys and Girls' library, Miss Ellen Tambellini, li- brag/an, has asked two pupils of the Roosevelt school to read their essays in the "John Paul Jones" con- test which was conducted through. out the country recently. Margaret Stump and Mary Dee Nelderprim are the two pupils chosen to be Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. Bablo 8hou or Gloves Bm mrrwd m hammered bron or antiqu ivory. Only $2.9 to $I I.|5 pair A lift mother will always rmembar. No material  vital to war. ][]03]KK PLYIMG 00. 6621- 3=rid Ave. Phone 3-M5 pies the pot from about the be. ginning of the year to Easter Sun- day. The Catholic Hour is produced by the N.C.C.M and broadcast each Sunday over a nationwide network as a public service feature. Beloved of All Faiths During the years that he has been on the Catholic Hour, Msgr. [Sheen has established himself film- ily in the hearts of his millions of !friends in the radio audience, Catholic and non-Catholic alike, who look forward from season to season for his return to the air. He is recognized as one of the world's outstanding radio speakers, and is, besides, a ranking figure in the field of Catholic thought and letters. His radio addresses are charac- terized by a deep and sincere phi- losophy, and consequently those of other faiths listen to him with as much enthusiasm as his Catholic friends. Msgr. Sheen published books are many and varied, falling into the following widely diversified care. gorles; philosophical treatises, philosophico-scientific works, theo- logical b o o k s, socio.economic works, popular apologetics, moral philosophy, lind spiritual books. New Auxiliary Organized Here Order of the Purple Heart Aux-] iliary was organized at the Dis- I abled American Veterans' hallJ Monday evening, with twO state of-] ficlals in charge of ceremonies.] State president of the Purple Heart! auxiliary, Mrs. Myra Keyes, Mil. waukee, and the department secre- tary, Mrs. Mats Ihlie, Wauwatosa, were here to organize the group. Officers elected were Mrs. Ed- ward Quimby, president; Mrs. Wil- liam Naekrsz, senior vlce-presi. dent; Mrs. Harry Olsen, junior vice-president; Mrs. Irvin Bau- mann, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Edward Ogden, chaplain; Mrs. Andrew Yorton, historian. The charter will be open until August 1 of this year, and anyone having the proper may oin. At present the are charter members. Those Interest ed are asked to contact Mrs. Irvin Baumann at 0805 %Irty-xth ve- nue, or call 6579. Helen Rutkoski Weds Manager of Walgreen's Mrs. Emily Rutkowski, 1005 Fifty- second street, announced today the marriage of her daughter, Helen, to John R. Senowski, son of the Frank Senowskis, 1825 Fifty-fourth street. Mr. Senowski is manager of the Walgreen Drug store here and his bride is also an employe in the store. Both are popularly known in Kenosha. The wedding took place Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the parson- age of St. Casirnir's church, with the Rev. Leo Kiersteln officiating. The bride's sister, Mrs. Louis Mars, and the bridegroom's brother, Wil- liam Senowski, USNR, were atten-: dante. Mrs Senowski wore a gabar-! dine suit of RAP blue, with hya-: cinth rose hat and gloves, navy blue shoes and purse, and an orchid corsage. Her sister's ensemble was navy and white. ANNA LORD STRAUS, above, of New York, is the' new president of the National League of Women Voters, following her recent elec- tion at the organization's annual convention in Chicago. Whitbecks Hold Memorial Rites Charter of the Whitbeck Re- bekah lodge will be draped for the memorial service which will be held for Mrs. Ella Jordan, recently deceased, at the regular meeting of the lodge tomorrow evening. Mrs. William Iverson will preside at the 8 o'clock meeting at the Odd Fel- lows temple. Several officers of the lodge will participate, and Mrs. Joseph Rogn- stad and Mrs. Robert Kemble are scheduled as soloists for the occa- sion. A surprise May entertainment has been planned and refreshments will be served. Complete plans for an initiatory service to be held in the near fu- ture will be announced at the meet- ing A delegate to represent the local lodge at the state assembly which will be held in Appleton dur- ing the first part of June will be elected. Dial 5121 for your Classified Ad. II/ Surprise her by mak- ing an appointment for a new permanent at the BEAUTY MART fl'-56th SL Phone 4988 Opposite Gateway Theater NOW ts the rims to send off M0lher's Day Orders /or out-of-town de]ver. Come in now and we shall write in your or- ders, thus saving you the expense of a tele- gram. P. No OBERTIN F.TD. fLORIST Our lovely cut flowers and bloom- ing plns are fresh from our greenhouses every day. $913 8th ve. A. Dial 3151 Remember "Her" on MOTHER'S DAY! This year more than ever, we should honor our American moth- ers who are giving their sons and daughters in order that we here at home may remain re. In your plan for 'er" day, why not include new permanent? LD WaVE He00's la00t00g, n.t.00 boan00 witbout heat 00 of any kind and equally eatisactory on all types of hair. C, ompleto .................. " *7" A longer lasting permanent for the finer types of hair. Given in any desired vle. 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She gave a general report of the field work in recruiting nurses for the army and navy, and compli- mented the Wisconsin nurses for having met their responsibilities in fulfilling their quota to date, in contrast to the many states where committees have _'allen far short of the required number of recruits. Toured Europe Mrs. La Malle gave an interest- ing account of her tour through Europe in 1939, and related many extraordinary experiences Another speaker during the eve- ning was Miss Lavina Krause, IN., a member of the First Dis- trict, who has been serving with the armed forces in Australia, and is now home on furlough. She gave an interesting talk on some of her experiences in the various hospi- tal bases in that area. Mrs. Guy Mogensen gave several vocal solos, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Frisque. Wednesday, May 3, 1944 Following the program, the an- nual business meing of the or- ganization was held, and the fol- lowing officers were elected for the new seas n: President, Miss Eliza- beth Delavan, Racine; second vice- president, Miss Audrey Ritz, Ra- cine; treasurer, Miss Maryalice Devaney. Racine; directors. Mrs. Elsie Nelson, Kenosha; and Miss Marie Mages, Racine. The banquet marked the final activity for the association tls year, and meetings will be re- sumed next September. FOR MOTHER'S DAY sm-pzise her with a new PERMANENT This smart coiffure will carry her through any occasion with flying colors. Prices range from--- s5.50 to $10.00 Get your permanent now be- for hot weatherl MA DONNA Beuut Salon -58th St. Phone 2-4108 Schwartz Bldg. 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