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\\; KENOSHg ROUSEVEL1 o Page Ten 'Rationin0' Is Ken0sha Film If it's laughter you're aRer in your screen fare, there's a treati in store for you at the Kenosha l theater this week. It's M-G-M's topical comedy with a moral [ "'Rationing," starring the lovable I rapscallion, Wallace Beery, in a I role tailor-made to his talents. I With Mr. Beery is his popular partner in comedy antics, Marjorie Main, and the two have a merry time wielding the hatchet at each other until they decide to bury it in matrimony. Beery and Miss Main are neighbors who are constantly at each other's throats, despite the fact that Miss Main's daughter, capably played by Dorothy Morris, and Mr. Beery's adopted son, new- comer Tommy Batten, are in love. Has Important Positions Marjorie is the local postmistress and head of the ration board and Beery runs the general store. His KENOSHA EVENING NEWS troubles are only beginning when point rationing makes its appear- ance and Tommy is drafted, there- by precipitating another crisis in his estranged relations with Miss Main. He attempts to extricate himself by reentering the army and returns home confidently expecting a com- mission. His commission arrives. YES, SIREE:. IT WORKS in reverse. What we mean |o .ay is tha! Margie Main has been head of the local ration tmrd ill M (; M'u "Rationing." the comedy which opens today at the Kentha [heater. A such she had Wallace Beery declare his canned goods, llut in uhor! time Beery gets appointed the second nember of the lmard and he lit isis shdeclare her rationed nece.,sitle. So . . . ? ? ".' U[IM.I $1 Ll|tt| |l Application for Tavern Licenses r church: custodian of legal papers, II B  00oho v Maidens ship, Mmes. John Evans, Orville '''ffiv' [ Riggs and Arthur Bless; finance, v,t  u  ,t, o C. V. Cook, J. O. Boughton, H. W. Schultz, Mrs. William Fletcher and Mrs. Byron Patrick; pastoral reid. [lions, J. O. Boughton, C. V. Cook, [Mrs. Byron Patrick. Mrs. Robert [Imrie and Miss Olive Hope; noel. [nations, the Pastor. Mrs. Orville lRiggs and Mrs. Fred Riclmrds; [auditing. J. O. Boughton and Miss *Olive Hope; records, Mrs. Robert Imrle. Mrs. E. H. Hartnell, Mrs. IByron Patrick: hospitals and lhomes, officers of the W. S, C. S.; [board of education, Pastor, Mrs. IRobert lmrle, Mrs Byron Patrick,, ]C. V. Cook, Miss Ethel Oitzluff, 'Miss Enola Mmnis, Miss Kathryn Roth, MIss Lucia MhmiJ, Richard llartnell and Donald Rlchards; missions aisd church extension, IMrs William Fletcher. Mrs. Arthur lllos, Mrs. J, O. Buughton, Mrs, C. V. Cook and Mrs. hilrl; evan gelism, Mitten, llarry Krahn, J.hn Evans. J. () ltoilghhm, Willt,nl Fletcher and M|ovr tlartnell; stew ard,htp. Mlaa Ethtd (lit=taft. Mius EllOltla Minnls, Mr atilt Mr'm, Irslik I Dlxt)lt: te|ltperallt, e, Olive Ilope, MI': l' N. q'tltdllt silt| Arlhtu' ('t(k OItlaic, l'aa|t*l'. Mrl (}l'vllle Illfign ald Mlaa Eliwl ILllltlal, Dat .ntEc, t)lt'=lS tit W N. t' N  Lit'till city. Mmea J,hn tevntta, l}vht Elf rt. Article Mhlltla t, lid Jttltil %'alta tnhl Pvt', I'aeh.', iliv. it.pc, l|l': Iah h'h altO! tl= |tlua, chtlft'h Illetllut I'aahq, J tl. li*ughloit still EIIII]a Mittltlll I luiuilltllllla COltl tltlllo L I'hll. J II Itlilghltllt slid Wilmot Miss Grace M. Carry, Cdent Mr. and Mrs. George Higgins attended a birthday party for Mrs. Cora Jones at the Cooper Road school on Saturday evening They were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Higgins on Cooper Road. Richard Carey spent from Friday to Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carey, McHenry. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rasch were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mauser and daughter Ruth Ann. Zion; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rasch and daughters Donna Le and Jean, Slades Corners. Dr. Benjamin and Mrs. Roman Winnetka, spent Sunday with Mrs Emma Klare. Sunday guests of Rev. Rudolf and Mrs. Otto were: Rev. Carl A. Otto, Karl Otto, Dr. Theophile and Mrs. Otto and two sons, Wauwa- tosa. and. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bradley, E1 Paso, Tex. The Young Peoples' society of the Peace Evangelical Lutheran church met at the hall on Monday evening. "I'II say he's annoying me. Music fllval ill llurllngton, Sat- urday, May 7. Mr, dud Mrs. ('yril I'a(.vy at- tended a jetty honorltlg .qr.llltd IA, Kvvrvll Nvhlachlag utid his In'hie at tim htunu t,f Mr and Mrs. l,ester ,Ivldsc|tlag tilt Tuvmlay ovenlng. I.L and Mrs. Nvidichlag are here front New Jersey. Mrs. Jsck Ehlel't anti Mrs, Cyril Pacey called t)n Jack Ehlert at tim Kenosha hospital t)n Monday. i Eighteen conflrmants received the Sacrament of Conllrmation in Holy Name church Friday, April, 23, Bishop Francis R. Cotton of: Owensboro, Kentucky administer- ing the Sacrament. The following clergy attended the services: Mon- signores Charles Nix, McHenry, Ill., James Helnsler, Elgin, IlL, Edward Kersting, Burlington, Reverends J. B. Piette, Portage, Wis., Peter En- rietto, Caledonia.  James Manley, Lake Geneva, Joseph Michels, New Munster, Sylvester Groff, Brighton, Henry Maurer, Lyons, Gerald !Brielmeir, Paris, Joseph Savage !Antioch, Ill., Conrad Altenbach, Muckwanago, John Blake, Rich- lie ,keeps saying he' broke!" father William Elfers. Richmond. Mr'. EIfrs Ix II1 and under the care of a physician. Mrs Paul Voss and daughter, Avis Vosa, Elgin, spent Friday in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Voss are spending om. time with Mr. and Mrs. Pau I Voss. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Zarnstorff were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. lienry Proost, Union Grove. Catherine Schenning attended a teachers' meeting at Oakdale school Thursday evening. Friday evening she wa at Union Grove Rural Nor- mal for a meeting of the first and second year students. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Mizzen and family, Truesdell, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schenning. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackney and daughter, Silver Lake, spent Sunday afternoon with the Sehennings. Mrs. Cora Richards and son, Truesdell. were guests Sunday of the Mizzen family. The Sacrament of Confirmation Wednesday, May 3, 1944 i will be administered to 18 con- flrmants at the Holy Name church Friday morning at II o'clock. Bishop Francis Cotton of Owens- born, Ky. will confirm the chil. dren in the absence of Archbishop Kiley of the Milwaukee arch- diocese. Those to be confirmed are Lima Bernatos, Arlene Margaret C4trey, Joyce Carlson. Elizabeth Nienhaus, Ruth Richter, Jean Roan- house, Arlene Roanhouse, Arlene Scott, Mary Lou Scott, Joan Vogel Philip Brehm, Richard Carey, Rob- ert Johnson, Philip McCarthy, Stanley Nienhaus, William Richter, Robert Rudolph and Robert Schoor. Mrs. Herbert Sarbacker enter- tained for ten girls at her home on Thursday evening in honor of her niece Shirley Madden's birth- day anniversary. Present were Judy Schnurr, Barbara Schubert, Edna Otto, Susan Pacey, Jacqueline Miller, Nancy Koehn. Dawn Jerde, Rose and Arlene Seitz and Beverly Frank. At a recent business and social meeting of the Wilmot Past Ma- trons of the O. E. S. at the home of Mrs. Chester Hockey, Silver Lake, the following were elected to hold office for the coming year: presi- dent, Mrs. Angeline Lischka; vice president, Mrs. Elona Sarbacker; secretary, Mrs. Florence McDou- gall; treasurer, Mrs. Margaret  Swartz. Pet. Warren Kanis has been transferred from Camp Custer to the west coast. Pet. Louis and Mrs. Gandt are TONIGHT & THUIL I SEE THlS AT 7:30 ONLY I -- TOOgTHER WITH -- t' ONCE ONLY AT s:4a I DAVIS AI Cartoon and Sport !Pr/m1 rRL THE MOST EXCITING HOUR YOU HAVE EVER here from San Diego, Calif., while the fl'mex is on a ten day fur. tough. Pet. Grandt is to be trans. ferred to Camp Callen, Calif. Grant Tyler, Fl/c has been trans- ferred from Great Lakes to Camp Schumacher. CaliL Married Strangers So far as Ruth Warrick and Erik Rol/are cncerned, the title of "'By Secret Command," the picture they worked in at Columbia, could have been "Strangers Though Married." Ruth and Erik, who are Mr. and Mrs. in private life, were both in the picture, but so far as the story was concerned, they were total strangers, and did not make even one scene together. The stingray is related to the sharks. Ho Sire, Nel EVERY FKIDAY ll PRIZES! WINNER WELL APPEAR AT 1MVEgSIDE THEATER, MIL. If Yes Hve Talent. are Over 1 Years at Age, See Mnager lenesha Theatres He is the newest member of the I ,, v C,,.h Mvcilltli tit tdllsl local draft board. m'r.' Applications have been filed by the Towd Boa'd of tile 'row t of ,c,|ba'd g,,,il,= hihlmm"twtalwtll P',da, ,f=a,h!!'ih=ht/"/thv - Meanwhile a. gang of black -IPleasant Prairie for Class B Liquor Licenses In accordance with Chap I "' ' " ' xeters m meat hae set u o era tn,udh .. _ " P P -,ter 17605 of the Wisconsin Statutes b: uons-In town and Beery's store I ' " I th t'ht= theft m.i liltl ]asftthen:;;ental;fzrntso2ttn;nly = Name s Address . .1stern ;t:tl'::; ::,:I;::::;:;t'M: . :l:?t,I :;:: wren and breaks u Wilham Elh o|t R Kcnoha Mhlgt t lial[ g p the ring that! ................ 's ............ '" ' . It tile aetvh', la olalhnvd at the turbulent affairs settle them-iAndrew Hostnick .......... R. 1, Bristol .............. Timber IthlgelSt,.t x t'|h', h*wa selves happily. William Weber & alga Lutz R. 1, Kenosha ........... State I,Inv l,nt I Mr,,, A'rthttr tilt aa lind a her )  h ho dinnvr tlUg|S on qtl tday ltl a Id Well-Chosen Cast Alex Barca ................ R. 2, Keno.ha ............ T e Sil uette dham Covelh -222 55t" -t " s ..... , -. IMrs Mere. Patih.a a.d their ..Amo.g the other.players in this Wrtrud e N ei ............  2-Keno:., Jeno. na Fecgs.tartttselguesI ' .|'ls, Marth. Iluh.hllts, slde-splnlmg comedy are Donald: .  y ............ n a .............. :uver ey i Mr. and Mrs. C. t,, flat'thai and -_vzeek as a urtive hoarder. Howard Harold Palmen ............ R. 2, Kenosha ........... The Little Mill children have returned from Lib. ,,eeman. as a b!ack marketer, Robert W. Burt ............ R. 1, Kenosha ............... Bob's Placelertyvllle where they have been for ,Jx.orm .fcgson as me .oy'n s .mdY,Hatti e Berk ............... R. 1 Kenosha ....... Hattie Berk Tavern sometime assisting on the Lee u dwr xnogeLs eery ,].nto a neap '.nk Bur+ "1" .... d,ql wi ..,, .p .... Parks farm during the illness of oz roume enry uein as a loyal ........................................................... .Mr. parks senator, Connie Gilchrist, Richard Julius Bloxdorf ............ R. 2, Kenosha ........... Ye Olde Tavern ..... Hall and Morris Ankrum. Wallace Sam Locante .............. R. I. Kenosha .... Sp. Brook Cheese Mkt. Beery's adopted daughter, Carol!o, t|o . : ............................ R. 2, Kenosha ........... Stella's Tavern Ann. makes a brief appearance m a: ...... scene with her father in hcr first: 'dwara xoenn ............ R. 2, Kenosha .... Ed Koehn's Hollywood speaking role in the movies, iMargaret Albofonte ........ R. 2, Kenosha ......... Albofonte Tavern Topped by the caroling and i Hugo M. Steuck ............ R. 1, Bristol . Tower Cheese Mkt., Hy. 41 comedy talents of pretty and per-Dan Specca ................ 5420- 22nd Ave..Silver Bar, Sheridan Rd. sonable Harriet Hilliard of radial network fame, together with a l Above applications will be heard, considered and acted upon at a ]ikely new screen personality bylmeeting of the Town Board on Monday, May 15th, 1944, at 10 A. M. the name of Kirby Grant, and aat the Clerk's Office. baker's dozen of crisp new tunes l C.P. CRUTHERS, excellently orchestrated. "Hi Good-! (May 2-3-4) Town Clerk. Lookin' " opens as co-hit at the STATE OF WISCONSIN" -- COUNTY .... e- ve 'ir la' Kenosha. cn,m'P n.A CnTZ''V erea,tors may au na. ro e c xms. --"-- -- ................ e the -- I In the matte n the estate of Edwardl appint a trustee, exanun bankrupt a ... r _ .. r e " es " I ......... e  [and transact such oth r busm s as may T .. L, ILun. aeceas u. J NOTICE T c CREDITnR  Iproverly come before the meeting. revor .... Da ted May 1. 1944. [ Letters testamentary havmg beenl FRANK T SHANNON JoL Smith. Correspondent issued to Russell Gittins. in the estate of I ' " " Edward C. Gittin. deceased, late of the Referee in Bankruptcy. Mrs. William Kruckman and town of Salem in said county: W.S. ROSE Attorney for Bankrupt. daughter, Mrs. Ed Eisenhart, Bur-[ Notice is hereby given that all claims (May 3..______ against the said Edward C. Gittins, de- lington, were callers Sunday ofi. late of the town o Salem, in  /., Milton Patrick. ettihg I Kenoshasented toCUntY'said countyWiscnsin'court mUStat thebecourtPre" , a.00m Mr. and Mrs. Charles house, in said county, on or before the OUve ss HoP, dent and Mrs. Joseph Smith, were Sun- 5th day of September. 1944. or be barred; day afternoon callers at the Karl and that all such claims and demands Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hartnell were will be examined and adjUSted at a term in Chicago Sunday and were eater- Oetting home at Silver Lake. of said court to be held at the court tained at the home of Mrs. Charles Nick Schumacher. Racine, vis-house in the city of Kenosha. in said county, on Tuesday. the lOth day of McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Pres- ited his mother, Mrs. O. Schu- October. 1944. at 10 o'clock in the lore- ton Grinder. reacher, and brothers, Henry and noon of said day. John Schumacher, over the week- Dated April . 944. C.H. Brooks was here Sunday end. By order of the court, with his wife and son. Thursday afternoon members of ROBERT V. BAKER. ,Tud. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kesler, Mil- the Ladies' Aid attended a meeting Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs., HAMMOND & JONES. Attorneys. waukee snent Saturday evenin at the chureh hall. Sunday services Daniel Longman were Mrs. Willis[ |Arll 26: May S. 10 -- with . and Mrs. Clarence King." will be Sunday school at 9 IL m. Sheen, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Run-I OTCg TO COAL COZrRACTORS ......... and worship at 10 a m yard and daughter, Mrs. Russell SCaled DroDosals will be received up Mr and Mrs art xuentsaort e.  .... L. "_ . r e " . 7 .. nee mntora troral of the ]',cnn nd Jilc 'D.,.. ,4 ,to 4.'(]0 p. m. Tu sday. May 9, 1944. by nosha, were Sunday vlslTors a the ,.  "  .... .... ar",]the Board of Education, 551S Sheridan home of the latter's parents, Mr. vL : cnuyen has sau an in vite- zocK LaKe. [Road. Kenosha. WIS., for the furnish-  uon Ior tne omeers me mem0ers and Mrs Henry Gitzlan and 1 " ' Frank Jastut, Chicago, spenUing of approximately two thousand two - " I a 1 others mterested in the lo- Sunday with Mr and Mrs AllenlhUndred ,2.200 tons of minot BitumJ- Sgt. Marvin Fennema, who iS]cal M E f,h,,rf,h tn .=.,4  --+ C O ...... r .11 " nons Coal Screenings. for heating ,he passing a ten-day furlough with his]iniz t "ffho--m' ""'1-"%.L.:" --=%- ......  ..... ren. [High School. the Lincoln Junior High -- "'r --" An--e - , _ a th ................ nr. and Mrs. Alfred Oetting and;schooL the McKinley School. and the parent, M . and Mrs. ox w en-Flo-. d ----, ....... "' :'."" daughter, Carol Richmond were School AdmlnistraUon Building. operated nema, in Kenosha, has been a fre- e " ,mer a .u on Je'nlay Sunda-- " --' " "" ='  - hy the Board of Education in the city quent v s1or in alem. ne Wlll Mrs JosPnh grhb ro,^.. y evening V1SltOrs oI lvr. uet. ,, renctha - *,e ,.M ,,.,,.,,,, " i ......... } venlng. ti ........................ leave Tuesday for Macon, Ga. is staying ith--nl"ls"He" ngs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles about June i, is44. and ending June I, Oetting. 19. i. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Irving, bert Sarbacker. " " Mrs. John Barnett is visiting rel Coie of the specication, m.neral .... " conUons and orm of rovosal may Kenosha, were here Sunday with Mrs. Walter Frank spent Monday atves and friends in Chicago. be obtained uon applicaUon to the mrs. james Jepson. in Kenosha. Matt Hibbeler, Chicago, was a purclasins Agent. Miss Martha Hutchins. Sheboy. Mrs. Harry McDougall and Mrs. The Board reserves the right to re- gall, i a house guest of the Byron Lyle McDougall were in Burling- caller at the Arthur Bushing home ect any or an rosais or to accost Sunday. any lroVosal considered ndvantageou Patricks. Mis Hutchins was for-ton, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rasch daugh- to the Board of EducaUon, merly a teacher in the primary Mr. and Mrs. Winsor Madden and ter. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. BOARD OF EDUCATION' grades of Salem Center school daughters pent the week-end with Voller, Walworth. EdwinBuSinessC.AgentGeru, The Salem Volunteer fire depart- Mr. and Mrs. John West, Zion. Pet. Harry Stoxen, Helen, Tex., s Sheridan Road, meat was called to the south side U.F.H. schoolThe Senior class agrived home last week to attend Phone -0a2. of Silver Lake Saturday afternoon play "The Merry Hares" will be the funeral of his grandmother !April 9-May 1 2-3 ""' where a grass fire was out of con- held at the gymnamum on Friday Mrs. Brinkman, Wilmot. In the District Court of the United trol and threatened residences in evening, May 12. Myra Vivian is Stanley V. Hubbard, Jr., is home istate, for the astern ct of Wi- that vicinity, directing the production The A = on .a leave with his mother, Mrs. [e matter n ',qt.  ...... ,o Mr. and Mrs. William Gall/art pella chorus, Girls' ;h .... ".., uoDara aria grandparents, Mr. and bankrupt- in bank-:up'ty ........... were at Union Grove to join Mr. school band will eomJt.e"t 'the 1Vies. John Mattis` t NOTICE OF FIRST'MEETING and Mrs. Lee Wilson in the observ- . rs. Austin. Stoxen and daugh. To th OF CRE.rrO.RS ..... ance of the third birthday of their .... zer, Margarie and Mrs. F. Stoxen]o enhCa o[#ez t..e .D.g daughter, Sandra Lee .... ,% ,; ,; ,; ,; ;, ,%  " A ,% ,% ,; ,; ,% ,; ;, ,t k & an -.  , m me county ox anona, . . " : d daughter Joyous, were Bur-land district aforesaid, a bankrupt. MrS. William Fletcher and Miss I lington shoppers Monday I Notice Is Hereby Given, that on Artl Olive Hope were dinner guests of[ 111 OI  1 1 ll Mr and Mrs Lawrence Sel_/26. 1944 the said Felix Steve Duiak was fh M;ec _T,..; ,4 T and children" " Mist , '= duly adjudicated bankrupt- and that the ..................... oss,e Lee-  J 1    ] Ken - -... S Madelme Selear, Irt meettn= o! creditors  be held at scher on Sunday. I osna, and Mrs. 'ezer eear, Ra-the 7ce of the undersigned Referee. The Rev. Stanford Strosahl has 1 cane, were Sunday visitors of their 625 5 h Street. Kenosha, Wisconsin. on appointed the followino co;+-r --__ m_ , ,,= , parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Selear May 13..19..at 9:30 o'clock  the fore- tees from the |is+  *+oo /U IIUng l'nelll Sr. , n.a?tnmcn time the mua creditors stewar_ o" " %"" --"2''% :" We#v. n,. qtA--t M "" -- I Y a. vrove their claims, appoint us z me :alem MemodLst -.- Ivn i aaa=m. rs. henry -'range and Mrs. Jen- a trustee, examine the bankrupt and ale Prange, were Kenosha shonDers I transact such other buSiness as may  "Deep Purple" Saturday  IProDerly come before the meeting.  "tar lne*- V" " -'" Dated May i 1944 " -- ...... . tsltors over the week-end at the I ", -o. I i i ftl' Brag Crosby John Mattis home were Mr and l Referee  Bankxptt-y. I II 1 1 II I I "i "l 1 | I 1 i "I'll Be Se -= ....... Mrs W (May 3) I ,g uu . . Cook. Crown Point, Ind.; S. In the Dis " " " " "Let's Just Pretend" V. Hubbard Chicao Frank J Mt trtct Court o! the Unlted I  " AAro/ t.]o{ TTI "W'. I State" for the Eastern District Of was- VW TO THE LADLE Tommy Dorsey a. a,aemann and /C Malger, An- In the matter of George Herbert Reed I _llilr. / ?. Swmgmg on a Star" tloch, bankrupt: in bankruptcy. " I [;[yt /fJ "f "Going My Way" Mrs. June Crandell Chicao ] NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING I Th]ll.l  " -Bin'Crohv ent . o , ; OF CREDITORS  ---" Sp the week-end wth her two e " ,, daughters at the h ........... R ............. I  od For Nothing Joe To th creditors of George Herbert Go " " _  .. - .. *.= z x*,: peu-- ,-u u .enuma. *n me county oz l,no- I  I, tvlm, emme tmz "Haunted Town" ens. mr. ana mrs. Fred Nolte. sna. ana district aforesaid, a bankruut I "-i I ustm. vt,e aasn .- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pran - N.ottce .Is Hereby Given. that on April l nm - --. __ Charhe Barnet daughter Carol and son C --Z--'  *" m%..Id .Gee..re. Herbert Reed [  PLUS  ,,, o v,,, ....... ......... t *:, :waS amy aajumcate Danlrupt: and that I ? ,r 4 n  . vu . au: lg in mgapore anao.tss J.,orame. erkman called 11= m,t ..meeUn_g of creditors will be [  ='. z..xA a. - "Every Day of My Life" on mxs. Ann omen, Ruszeli Sun-- .a at me omce ot me undersigned I  m_..x.*n UUnIUULL Frank Sinatrs day The Cnrm,'e ^*h.  ezeree. 625 th Street, Kenosha. WIS- I ( in ---- .......... *"t' rs. eonsi on May 13. 1944 at 1.00 o'clock "S " " Jennie Prange remamed with her m thn forenoon, at which time the aid I I "'We've Nevl ,, umm Ride Drive daughter__ , Mrs. BO____,hlon ..... ,.- . ;.. --  ,,I  !, i. ww wr cross xour heart. definite stay ------' "----" II Been Licked'" Art,e Shaw Kenosh Sunday evening. Benny Goodman FREDERIC Conttnaoas Show Deers Open 1:00 P. M. TONITE D.o.o.. 8t 6:30 mend, Francis Flaherty, Antioch, Hugh Wishlinske, Burlington, and  ALL SES mlllll I sP IN A THEATER I Chinaware te the Ladles Mark Lyons, secretary to *"lAco ua ii00lJ'On$ I' J*A--T.R bishop. The bishop and visiting r JOHN InWAYNE clergy were served a dinner in the I Ill w A x T r D, ,it IIIP I' #, I .'.4 ,,00lill - = church hall immediately following A.d All Musical Instrument= lfl..._.2 I  llrll Ckce'" the ceremonies. Mrs. L. E. SweeL Richmond, in.,l I writ= and .Give DescrlpUom--- III .... II l "e'we--andNever-- m II WEP%."- -,- " " IIll] _l Been L|cked". L Mrs.SpentElmerthe week-endRasch, with Mr. and |:tr, s W. Ierth-- ......... A .... Tel .o-;un, .Iil A Thrill Every Minute II "- ,ith RICHARD QUINE Sunday morning with the farmer's REMEMBER THE ADVENTURES OF YANKEE DOODLE DANDY' AND THE DoM r. and  Ed Yop p and daugh.  =Concerto for Clarinet" |IItaEMERI"| uy, acme, spent re week-end mmmmmmmmmmmmmm [ Artie Shaw DOORS OPEl at their cottage at Rock Lake Illildmll'--I I, ton0 1:00 nigand, nmlinlNmmn|l] We have many others, aisothe 0000EDRnc MArC I-00H ' Ceattnuo$i Livestock "' "    .... "_ II oberd st acbSSAcs a] bn%P lar, e- .  star': on uest List FUN SHOW Rw Showing I LUMBIA and DECCA, , " st l:se When native tribesmen of West VlCTO, a-v .=h.  [I SPECIAL: "Magic Touch phone- DONALD CRISP AlAN HAlt " C. AugREY smItH JOHN CARRADIN[ ,Africa visit friends or relatives for I K&TU- GgIIE P |  lUI'[ II graph needle, $1.00. more than a couple of days the  o " - ' Y . woo C me m and see our complete 2ke.near]y all.of the,r personal be.Ill 'F00TLleliT SER,IiiDi' I,, II line of M-SICAL INSTRU- 'lit H,NI * IK)Mlff 8AIAT WAff,R HAMPDEN" JOYC' REYNOLDS . " longmgs and livestock along. I  I:1 /F "[JAg  gNOX [I MENTS AND SUPPLIES PRICES THIS ENGAGEMENT ONLY' " 1 ...... and } Adults .......... 76c [ Main Floor ..... $1.10 .oRN 1'009 .- ...... _ ............ 'Children - 30e ;  .,:ny ....... ,, l III  III ...... I ernce men .... 4ue, servies Me ....... 50c NICHOLAS/ --:----::: ...... _ ......  ' ww l-, ]l "COAL KAClK AND 7 DWARFS" I|1 ....... ) I I -v m . t. ttnwt s,,et /I o staRT I1 Tr@ IE" | I IL00, I/I ............ II 2,..th st. :r 4