Newspaper Archive of
Kenosha News
Kenosha, Wisconsin
May 26, 1944     Kenosha News
PAGE 4     (4 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 26, 1944

Newspaper Archive of Kenosha News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

7 =. \\;. A Public School Instrumental Classes to Give Recital Boys and glris from every school in the city are preparing themselves for the annual instrumental recital program to be given in the High school auditorium Friday afternoon, June 2, t 4 o'clock. The recital Will mark the c/ose of the regular class work and will introduce the summer school courses soon to begin. As in similar music festivals, Social Notes unity attention in the past. the program is designed to show see. eral phases of instrumental train- Barbara Anne Westplml ing given in the schools. .Marks Fourth Birthday A rhythm orchestra from second grade class of the Lincoln Mrs. Vernon Westphal, Seven- elementary school, which has been teenth venue, entertained recent- trained by Miss Adela Brue, wiLl !ly at a party in honor of the fourth give rhythmic interpretations birthday of her daughter, Barbara the piano solos on the program. Anne Those present-enjoyed games The tonette, a pre-bnd and or- during the afternoon and refresh- chestraJ instrument, will be pre-merits were served t a sented by fourth grade students decorated table. from almost every public school in Guests included Barbara the city These children have had Gilbert Mrich, Thomas and class room instruction under the Ins Dosemagen" Mary Chacula, following teachers: Mrs. Veronica Joan Wagner, Rodneyl Richard and Lentz, Durkee; Miss Isabel Verneeu Westphl, Mary Baltes. Columbus; Mrs. WiIEm Girman Thomas Jechorek, and Ptricia and and Miss Elizabeth Proctor, Lin-Marguerite Klein. Adult guests coln; Mi Ina A. Benson, Roose- were the Mmes. John Dosemagen, Felt: Miss Irene Ervin, Bain; Miss Alfred Wagner, Conrad Jechorek Ethel Lewis and Mrs. Ethyl Phil- and Carl Baltes lips. McKinley; Miss Helen Maln- waring, Jefferson; Miss Ard/8 Good- Earl DeIbio Feted nature. Grant; and Miss Mary on Thlrd Birthday Announce Cast For Class Play At High School Final rehearsals will be held this week-end for the senior high school 9 A class play, "Murder Mansion," a mystery-comedy in three acts by Orville Snpp, which will be presented under the dtrec- tion of John D. Davies next Man- day night. May 29, at 8:15 o'clock at the high school auditorium. Setting for the play will be the living room of an old mansion lo- cted near the Maine coast, in which the thrilling and comic events of the plot occur. According to Mr. Davies' usual custom of casting the play, several understudies have been provided for some of the main character roles, and these have been work- ing with the cast during the past few weeks' rehearsals. Parts in the play will be played as follows: Carlotta Crmer, Made- lyn A. Sund; Ophelia Smith, June Gloria Nickels; Mimi Spulding. Alice M. Larsen; Mary Mrley, Margaret Jelen; Madame Marie Ravoli, Virginia Eleanor Flora Manning, Dolores R. Palmer Keen, Ronald CHfford Me- teiver; Inspector Benjamin Hicks, Bennett Weiss, Jr.: Albert Jackson, Eugene R. Knit; Dr. Lionel Hamll- Armitage, Weiakopf. In honor of her son, Earl David, 'ton. Robert John; understudies, An advanced tonette group un- who was three years old yesterday, Violet M. Lodgenskl, Tamarr Mar- der the direction of Mi PhylLis Mrs. Dorothy DeLab/o, Forty-third garet Mlanslan, and Nancy Jane Henderson, of the Lincoln Junior street, entertained 13 Little guests Sampson. high school, will be presented sap- at a party. Games and refresh- * rately, manta were enjoyed, and each Women to Re-elect Present Plno Clau guest was presented a book as a fvor. Decorations were in blue Present Officers Piano clm instruction will be and white. represented by four or five stu- Those present included James, Nominated at the meeting Wed- dents from ML Alice Akey's Claudia, Elmer, Cecil and Louts nesday evening of the Women of son.Classes' held during the school see- DeLabio, Jr., Judith Thomas, Patsy the Moose for office next year were A jun/or band will include the Kammer, Sandra Schnelder, Mel- the same members who have held wood.wlnd, brass, and percussion Fin Dahl, Jr., Paul Picker, Jr., positions in the organization this students of school instrumental and Rosenn and Jerry Bose. Adult season The meeting took place at classes, nd some elementary as guests included the Mines. Kenneth the Moose clubrooms, and visitors well as a few junior high students Schneider, Pul R/cker, Louis De- from Racine attended. who re contributing to the total Labia, Elmer DeLabio and Leo Senior regent, Mrs. Betty Younk. ensemble. This group has been re- Bose. er, Mrs, Freda Paterson, mmoclate bearsing Saturday mornings under In the evening those present dean of friendship, and Mrs. Gussie the direction of Mis Henderson. were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wetserr, college regents member, They will be presented in one Thomas and daughter Judith, spoke to the group. An invitation group of selections. Frank Vanon, Edwin Bose and w extended to all members to at. All stringed irtrument players Lornie DeLabio. tend the celebration of the liver of the elementary schools will p- Lverne Burnette Feted wedding anniversary of Mr. and pear in the large string orchestra at Pre-Napt/al Showers Mrs. Harry Hammeley on June 17. which will feature the program Mrs. George Wendt. chairman next Friday. The group includes Miu Laverne Burnette. who will the committee for May, which /8 about 45 students who play violins, marry Ralph Kerst, US.N. to- . child care and training month. violas, and 'cellos. This group is morrow, was the guest of honor served the luncheon. ting her under the d/Faction of Mrs Reuben at a shower given by Mrs. A. L. were the Mines. Thomas Casey, Otto Tower. Beginning violin class mere- Kerst recently. Thlrty-nine guests Hansen, Dave Buckner, Julian A/- bets. also under her presented MIS Burnette a cornge derson and Jennie Rexine. A high- will play a group of selections, and gifts following an enjoyable light of the evening was the birth- evening of cards and bunco, day celebration of Mrs. Thomas Summer School Clsasm Another shower was given for ELlis, who was presented a large Miss Minnie M. Lrsen, director Miss Burnette by three aunts, the birthday cake and a gift. of music education for the Kenostm Mmes J. W. Iken, Herbert Iken Next meeting of the organization public school#, is a present cam-and Alfred Iken` t the home of will be held on June 14, with Mrs. plating plans for the organization Mrs. J. W. Iken, College Frank Higlin, membership chair- of a summer term of class music in. last evening. The guests presented man, in charge. Reports will be ex- struction, the guest of honor with numerous pected of the membership, Moose- A survey will be made to deter- personal gifts. A game of 500 was heart hospital, guild, war relief, me the number of interested stu- played and luncheon was served, publlcitY,mittee chairmen.ritual and child care com- dents, and if there is sutcientinter. Personal Items of , est. the following classes will be Lecal News Interest or.00ized: Dublin School Bemning and advanced piano Mrs. John L. Hogan, 6034 Twen. classes, ty-second venue. has returned --, -,,,,,,, or''"" e- Class 2 Beginning and advanced to-:from Sioux FalLS, S. Dakota, where nette cl she spent three weeks visiting her Pot-luck supper preceded the 3. Beginng and advanced via- son, Pet. William M. Hogan, st. graduation exercises last evening at hn classes tioned at the air base thera. Whi/e the Dublin school, when a class of II The board of education will again there she also vlsttod Capt. and eighth grade students received their provide opportunlty for ensemble Mrs. Myron J. mnett, fore-d/plomaz. Those who graduated work in junior band and Junior Kenoshans. orchestra claes. All of this work were Gene Falkenstern, William t KE?SHA EVENING NEWS, ,' IPast Officers of Eastern IStar Honored Last Night Past matrons and patrons of the Kenosha Chapter 92, Order of the Eastern Star, were honored last evening t the annual Past M. trons' and Patrons' Night at  the Masoule temple. The chapter room was beautiful. ly decorated for the event with large baskets of purple lilacs. In the "Fmt" was a draped purple curtain and a large basket of lilac with the word "Welcome Past Officers" in gold. Mrs. Guy Beard was guest solo. ist for the evening, during which 30 past matrons and patrons were honored. The matrons and patrons who took part in the initiatory work were the Mines. Frank Maschka. conductress: Corn Hansen. nasa- Isabellas Honor Mothers at Party Mothers who have sons or daugh- ters in service were honored at a party given by e Daughters of Isbell last evening at the Wom- an's club. State regent Mrs. Roy Spencer, Racine, was present as well  18 other guests from Ra- cine. Mrs. Mtbew Kitsch led in the singing of the national anthe Four pupils of Ml Helen Air- hoff: Patricia Rualla, Betty Lou i ciate conductress; Martin Guu, secretary; Swan Petersen, treas. urer; Frank Brus, marshal; Bur. nett MarcelS, organist; Nell Fen. ske, chaplain; Ray Switzer, Ada; Claudia Reed, Ruth; W. A. Milla. ger, Esther; Edward Nelson, Martha; Fred Moeller, Electa; J. Fred Johnson, warder; Edward C. I NeLson, sentinel. Preceding the meeting a 6 o'clock dinner was served to the honored past oflcers, present officers, men. bars and visitors The tables were attractively decorated with purple and green. On the guest table was a large bowl of purple iris Other table ppointmeni carried out similar motif. Guests were present from Chicago, Evanston, and Lans- ing, Mich. Red Cross Notes Groes, Phyllis ChrLstensen and Ed- Class Eight of the Red Cross wurd Palmen, presented musical nurses' aides completed the re- selections. An effective reading, qulred 35 hours of lectures and '"Throne of the King" was given demonstrations yesterday, and on by Alan Hanson, with appropriate Wednesday, May 31, will begin the mus/cal background played on second period of work, consisting recordings, of 45 hours of practice work in Tenor solos by Allen Upam the two local hospitals. were "Falling in Love with Some. Those assigned to St. Cather- one," "Mother," "A Little Bit of ine's, under the supervision of Sis- Heaven." "When Irish Eyes are ter M: A. Kempis are: Mines. Gll- Smiling" At the conclusion of bert Haun, Herman Long, Floyd his music, Mr Upham's mother, Busk/rk, Cleveland Ward, and Mrs. Millie Upham, was presented Ms Joyce Huck At the Kenosh will be a s s i s t d by a crew to the group. He was accompanied hospltal, under Mrs. Gould Jones workers. Various musical, comic supervis/on will be: Mines. C. W at the piano by Miss Althoff and dance number will be In. rs. Carl Star gave as a reacting .Anderson, J R Anderson, Edgm cluded Of the radio talk given on Friday by Mons/gnor Sheen. As mll/tary airs honoring various branches of the service were played by Mrs. Anthony Mohr, the mothers having sons or daughters in each branch stood to receive the applause of the other Isebellas. Refreshments were served at an attractively decorated tea table, centered with earl-colored tulips. Mrs. Frank Salmon poured. Mem- bers of the committee in charge of the evening were: Mrs. Fred Friday, May 26, 1944 Field Day at IMedieval Legend Is Theme Kemper Haft the Kemper Hall athletic depart- ment is planned for tomorrow, be- ginning at 9 o'clock in the morn- ing, and continuing throughout the day Miss Mary Lance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lance Third avenue, is chairman of the event. She is president of the Ath- letic Council, and a senior student at Kemper Hall. Athletic events are supervised by the various teem captains who are: Kuku upper school, Betty Fraker, Evanston; Kuku junior hool, Barbara Bowing, Kenosha; ssi upper school, Barbara Arm- strong, Chicago; Sisal school. Barbara Bingharn, At 9 o'clock the first event of the day, the junior school track meet, will be held followed by the upper school meet A feature of the morning's events will be the an- nual horse show scheduled for 11 o'clock A noon luncheon will be attended by a number of out-of- town patrons of the school. Tennis tournament finals are scheduled for 1:30 o'clock, followed by an archery tournament. The final event of the day will be the competitive stunts in the late aft- ernoon. Judges for the events will be chosen from among the patrons, and awards will be given for orlg- inallty and precision. Genevieve Klevickis To Present Concert Featured soloist on the fo annual concert and variety pro-' gram which will be |panareal the choir of St. Peter' Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock be Miss Genevieve Kievickis. has had experience singing on vari. ou radio programs as well as at: local concerts and recitals Direction of the program is in charge of Frnk Bujanauskas, who after years of wandering only to find all his relatives and friends no longer living. In sorrow he kneeLs in the silent graveyard and prays for the repose of their souls. An approaching storm forces him to seek shelter in a nearby chapel. He is penniless and forlorn. He prays to Our Lady for aid and be- fore leaving the chapel he plays before her shrine on his violin. One of the golden shoes of the statue fails to his feet. Secret Witnesses Thinking this an answer to his prayer, the fiddler picks up the shoe, happy to know he need not starve any longer. Later he is ar- rested for stealing the golden shoe and for this sacrilege he is con- denmed to death. A group of young maidens peeping into the chapel were the secret witnesses of his innocence. To prove this, he is eventually allowed to play before the statue of the Madonna once more, when the miracle is repeated and the other shoe rom the statue fails at hi feel On this evidence he is set free amidst the rejoicing of the whole village. The music of "The Fiddler of Our Lady" is attractive, and inter- Greiner, John Bonadio Paul Ras- mussen, Frank Riccio, and thelHold Confirmation Rites Misses Polly Hacket, Ruth Sokow, I Annual confirmation .,,..... and Gerda Thomsen , _ - .......... I. 'aul's Lutheran church will be Surgical Dressings hId, May 28, beginning at ! Kenosha women are urged to .o o'cmcK in the morning. A recap- .......... tuon at new members will give all availame time to maKmg,plac e at this service bandages until the persent quota is .  filled. Workrooms will be closed v, /,.,./,... .. a--. on Tuesday, Memorial Day, so that .... .v t r many workers will want to make Members of the Svea lodge wi up the time on other days. The meet at the Swedish-American hall rooms are open, Monday through 3617 Roosevelt road, tomorrow eve. Thursday, from 9 to 12 a. m.; I to ning at 7:30 o'clock, for a business lOf Holy Rosary Choir Play "q'he Fiddler of Our Lady." an unusual drama of medieval origin. will be staged by the Senior Holy Rosary Choir on Sunday evening. May 28, t 8:15 o'clock in the parish hall at Twenty-second avenue and Forty-fifth street. Text of the play is the wbi-k of the Rev. Father M. Helfen and the music is by A. Raiser. "The Fiddler of Our Lady" is a' legendary operetta interspersed choir in the "Ave Maria" dressed with declamations. It tells of al in a friar's garb. Solos will be sung fiddler who returns to his home by Mrs. Ralph Andreoli, who sings "Home. Sweet Home," and by Wil. liam Wade, who, as the fiddler, :sings his farewell SOng. The cast consists of the historian, who recites the story, Nick Magaro; the fiddler, William Wade: the judge, Bruno Barsuli; the priest, Anthony Ruffto; the policeman. Silvio Rugani; foreman of the Jury, Adam Massari; the jury, Ralph Andreoli, Cesare Gianoni, Ralph Ziegler, John Labowski. Raymond Gemignani; the maidens, Eleanora BarsL Gerda Costabile, Rose Vite; sopzanos, Helen Nierenberger, Ann Nierenberger, Dorothy M a z z e i; altos: Joyce Ziegler, Hazel Sicilia, Lydia Judeikus. third voice; the people: Mrs. Ralph Andreoli, Miss Adeline Magro, Mrs. John Stan- cato, Miss Dolores Grbavac, Mrs. Louis Gentile, Mrs. Emmanuele Cosentino, Mias Id Lee Chlapetta, Miss Margaret Labowskt, Mrs. John Mlyrmrck, Miss Rosemary Mlynarek, Miss Rosemary Herr- mann, Miss Lida Matteucci, Miss Mary Nierenberger. Stage director for the event is John Miynarek, with Chester Pau- toni auilng. They have ar- ranged a colorful setting and bright costumes to add to the charm pretative of the text. Many striking and beauty of the production. effects are given in the storm An added feature will be the music and in the opening cho. Maycrowning of the pariah sodl- Highlights of the choral numbers tty which will precede the produc- are the "Ave Maria" by Masca&mi, ltion , beginning at 7 o'clock The better known as the Intermezzolqueen , Miss Madeline Matteucci. from "Cavalleria Rusticn" and was recently chosen by the girls of ,th_e "Pilgrims' Chorus" from[the sodality, and will be crowned "Tsnnnauser," by R. Wagner at the in an impressive ceremony, in close, which the sodality girls will form Anthony Ruffalo will lead the la living Rosary. * BUY WAR laNDS AND SAV/NG$ STAMPS * Borchardt, and the Misses Mar- garet Meyers, Rosalie Kennedy, Mayme GrosJean, and Kathryn Gratz. At the conclusion of the program, Mrs. Joseph Wennlng led in a prayer for all sons and daughters in service. High School to Hold Summer School Class wm o, duct 8U8,r school claes th season, bqnnlng Mon- day, June 12. in the high school ex. The term is lx weeks in ength, and will close July 21. Clmes, which are two hours long, be held only in the morning. ourses will be offered in Eng- 4:30; and 7 to I0 p. m. session and social hour. Your hmily or fellow workers will . be justly PROUD of you.., if you arc DEPENDABI.. Keep your S physical e,dency ac I00 wkh GOSSARD S CURVETTE . . . a GARTERLSS ront-ladng corset to be worn mdet si&s 2 ) / . . &s/ed m SUP- 1 CLEANED and $3so ! GLAZED is open to any boy or girl in Ke- nosha or nearby country districts, Holy- Rosary Societies to parochial u well as pub Hove ru- Schedules school student#. There is no charge for eraable work, but the class truction will Junior" and senior societi of be offered twice a week at 2,5 cents Holy Rosary church will receive a lesson" Tonette class /ustruction holy communion at the 7 o'clock will be given for 10 cents a leon, nasa Sunday morning, after which the senior group will meet in the Fennel, Betty Jane Kollman. Daisy llsh, American hizry, algebra, KoteskT, George Kotesky, Charles geometry and typing. Other subjtts our hhtr Kovacic, Betty Jane Murino, Ruth will be offered if there/8 sufficient Nickel, Peter Pins, Bertha Ruhle registration. Students are asked to and Wayne Voight. register with Miss Hazel Herley in The program was opened with the annex office. singing after which William Fennel . are stored. presented the welcome addl'e. Piano solos were given by "Gene Falkenstern, and the class poem t St. Matthew's Daughters pa,,h hall. A combination pot-luck was read by Ruth Nickel Daisy e luncheon and meeting will be an- Kotesky played several piano Jelec- .zzoept Beaver and Mink evening at T:30 o'clock, harmnlca team' Wayne v/ght',,a,mm" "H Schwartz II00--00#,GOSSAr, receive corporate conRunion at May crowning will be held with a Gene Falkenstezpresentedvurious  living rosary and procession added numbers. Betty Kollman played " church.mrning at St. Matthew's Episcopal Lady,' a musical play, will be pre. Presentation of  p wee J|"| Ill | Furriers -- Sportswear |('-- -- -- Miss Eleanor MacDowell, prasi-sented in the perish hall at 8 made by Mrs" Ernet Blasg' and the]HJll ' m,l .. . -JlJlll |ll'[lt ........... - '-- dent of the group, has announced o'clock, by the senior choir, imme. graduation address was given by JO I . diately following the crowning. All Mrs. Margaret Lytie, county Inlpur- that a fellowship breakfast will members of the parish ere invited visor. Papers which reed follow in Guild hall and she has to attend the play. by members of the clmm IJll] ! I1 appointed Mrs. Robert Kanehl and rP--ltlll';(J " " " Marlno, Open Pziday, till 9 P M .rturday fill 6 P M MiSsal theJYceaffair.Senqulst a chairman, Give Children'Fruit Salads Berthathe clam hlftory by BettythewlL1,Ruhle.GeorgeKoterY;Mrs. Bruce p THIS su,o, ,  li x0ung ve0p00e s Plan Confirmation Rites her. are no dinner.table argU- concluded theof "'er"dipioma,. with the Enjoy _ , Just the Gift for the Services A  of 33 girls and boys who minerals come to him in a Complete have been receiving instructions in fruit salad. Excellent as a base the Christian faith for the past two such salads, are juicy orange slices Sunday Dinners He', he ideal gift for MLdne years will receive confirmation Sun- and sections The firm, To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fowler, day morning at the Grace Evan-sLice meat of California oranges S123 Seventh avenue, a son, May Sailor, G. I. Joe or Airman--the gelical Lutheran church. Sixtieth and the fact that these oranges are 26, at St. Catherine's hospital. $1.15 DLrNHILL SERVICE LIGHTER. street and Twentieth avenue. The practically seedless, make this To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mag- Built for rugged, tough service, it servlce wlll begin at10:45 'clck" variety ideal for such salad use. witz,RtThls class will receive commun- 1, a daughter, May 25, GEORLEY'S ","- .. Saturday Night /on on June 4. at which time the , at the Kenoaha hospitaL, Windproof. We will be glad to whole congregation will commune. Will Decorate Groves "Fhere are now 69 land.grant DOWNTOWN attendto maig your orders. New members will be received colleges in the United Stet,' opo, the Oh, h,t,, May 27th -- 7:30 P. M. the church, and the public is wel- Memorial services will be held by which receive partial support from come to attend both services, the Kenosa chapter, Mothers of the federal government. g/, World War IL on Sunday morning, Marria Licenses May 28, at I0 o'clock, at which time - , at graves of deceased members will Esther R. Levelius. 6212 Thirty. be decorated in Green Ridge and second avenue, and Lewis Martin St. George's cemeteries. Kessler. 4.611 Eighth avenue. . .--....get uuaer bark that The '__ !_ Kathleen Murphy, 7304 Four. Dial5121 foryourClasatfledAdL N --  'oak! RyarteenthRacine.aVenue' nd Gene mere-- " Recreation Hall Janet Amy Binninger, 7403 Twenty-seventh avenue, and Jacob  Corner of 60th Street and dth Avenue avenue. Believe Ardyth LaMay Wood, eo28 Fif. ." " mn..-youmaylookyounger...soonlFornow teenth avenue, and Ernest John .bi[,cncchufound the'*virMizing'" substance thac g/yes the Message To Be Delivered by Predney. 1900 Franklin street, ira. At Moderate Prices .moore. to .p.yyoang skin! Whco this subsrucc begins cine. aesms, slas start to dry and look older. Bot now *he REV GILBERT HOWE Adelaide May Plein, 911 Forty- Open from 9 A. M. t/ll I A.M. .mocama. _labotor/cs have ound a co_.ccrpar of this * fourth street, and Russell Frank Dally sumcan! It m called -nvm2 brou h t Fonk, 5106 Twentieth avenue .... g c o you only by Director of Gospel Shop Meet/ngs AIice Lorraine Hall Somers, and  As 't Natarc's substance, it often __ d=$/." Emil Panka, 7806 Twenty-eighth RUTAURINT work1 WOadCl"Sl Skins which seemed dry, "'old," look J #'dFF #" ...... . avenue. MAE'$ imhcr, young gain! Thc1's nothing else like it:...for lzlphg Betty Jean Pie/fieF, Janevilla, 2114-$2nd Jttot tofirmand hco tlsmcs. OnlyllNCady Music You Will Be Sure to Enjoy by ndtiethWilliamstreet Roland Cole, 2211 SIx- ' this precious ingrllieatl  vety day, get yOur maxx00, HOWARD JONEq OJ,t.S J[.eS! We ,orge! $200 trumpeter E In time of war, events re- Vial of $0 mind man of the urgency of flints, S1.00. and erecting a luble monu- ment on plot - 00sl, , ,, ..._Ri:v. LANCE LATHAM memorially, and, foresighted- ly. Delay In providing such n meet the wartime needs ol tbe Sertes attd is so p6ce, monument now may let this Pianist duty become forgotte in the H(RI00EIT'S rush of wartime events. Dis- cuss the matter with us MAYER DRUG TODAY! txth Ave. at $6th 8t. Both Men Formerly Associated with  CO. Paul Rader of Chicago - z ave.  s033 IER OF 58"SL AND 7"AVENU|