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Monday, June 5, 1944 KENOSHA EVENING NEWS Risque Ballad &apos; F Sung in 'Yukon By ERSKINE JOHNSON IEA Sis?/ Correspondent The two red roses Gypsy Rose Lee once left on when she was I quee n of burlesque decorated herl wrist today as she recited "The Ballad of Millicent De Vere"-- words and music by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen--at the awankiest saloon in the Yukon. The Gypsy also was wearing a Gay Nineties dress with a corset laced so tight she was puffing, a diamond necklace, a split skirt in which those long, silk-encased legs played a peek-a-boo with the audi- ence. The ballad went: "I owe everything to mother for she made me go to school; And those talks beside her washtub while my pop was playing pool. While other girls were playing games like 'Little Sally Saucer,' I was reading Tennyson and Thackeray and Chaucer." The audience included every electrician and grip on the Int. four pop-eyed sailors, director William /eiter, choreographer, Don Loper, and your reporter "On my 18th birthday the circtm DEANNA DURBIN, 8TAB of a long list of pictures full of melody and came to town, i mirth, is about to give her fans something different Despite the gaiety I met a handsome man who made f her new portrait above, she's coming to tha scream in an intensely a fortune as a clown. ,dramatic role as tha wife of a murderer! It happens in Univeresl's It wasn't very long before I hurried] "ChrLstmas Holiday," based on the Somerset Maugl'mm story. Gene home and packed, ,Kelly plays the murderer. I remember the first back-bend, l Racine Annexes PI Fil Lif w.o,...,o,,o,.., i an t0 m e It was only a rehearsal but whenr Of Barney Ross th. rehearse a b,g production, 1 3 91Taking number for a movie like "Belle of I " the Yukon" it's just like the real t .,.. ,. Spill in Series costume, action---everything but a camera. And instead of a 100-piece orchestra there was only a bald- headed gent pounding a rehearsal Ipiano to: ,Continued from Pass Eight) " *'Clothes may make the man, but not the funny clothes I wore; So back I went to mother and helped her scrub the floor." It was choreographer Don Lo- Pars show, staged minus the cam- era for the benefit of director Seiter before he filmed the scene the next day. And brother, it was  really Loper's show. He designed the set, all the costumes and worked out the dance routines. He was rehearsal bo, too. ,"Now show a little emotion," he said to eight beautiful showgirls ' decorating the set. 'Mr. Seiter is a r.: big director--he might get you a ".:- screen test"  G.R.L. carried on: ' "" "Once there was vaudeville at the i. local Hippodrome. From the front row I could hear '. the acrobats begin to mumble. :' .And then they smiled and then they ;. winked, but I refused to tumble. : -: Then, you know how a girl will do, -- I fixed my shoulder strap, :-." :When crash, the top man lost hi  grip and tandI in my lap" .,Y This Loper is quite a guy. Before !.i dancing with Ginger Rogers in ': . "Lady in the Dark" he produced, directed and designed the Copsca- ) bana night club shows in New - York, danced professionally in !i .America and Europe, starred U a smart piano monologuist at Ciro's .... . In London, managed a dance studio on Long Island. designed clothes for his own fashion salon in Lon- , don and introduced the first society awing band into New York's Park .Lane His ambition is to become a director. ' Got Seen in Tights The audience grew larger as ,'ord got around. The four sailors increased to eight, listening to: 'Anyway, a big producer saw me in my tights And told me if I'd practice hard he'd put my name in lights. ,Iy dancing company toured the world and ended up in Nome, V;here I met an old prospector and he saw me home Then he offered me his fortune, But I let him keep a mule, / And I owe it all to mother, for she made me go to school." And that is most of 'The Ballad of Millicent De Vere." Wehrle Blows Chance In Arkansas Tourney Fort Smith. Ark. --',.ffc-- Wilford ". Whzle, of Racine, Wis., blew a : lead on the back atretch at Hard. .. scrabble Country club today as David Spec) Goldman, DalLas,  Texas. sacked up the 29th annual " Arka'as Invitational Golf tourna. :,' ment championship ,riCh a one-up :.: victory. i! Although he got off to a brilliant start, Wehrle finally found the tough lIardscrabble course catch- mg up with him and went over the, : par 71 by two strokes. Goldman Hollywood --(UP.) Barney Ross, former lightweglht and welter- weigh: champion wh felled 22 Japs in a single night encounter on Guaclaicanal, was in Hollywood to. day to rest and to negotiate with film producers on producing the fifth round in which four tallies story of his life. were scored. 'Tm fine -- but not yet ready Score hutout Saturday for ten fast rounda," Ross said. Ross recently was released from A ,crowd .of 952.saw the CometsSt. Albans, N. Y., naval hospital, cnecK in wth thetr second succes-lafter 13 montha' treatment for :sive shutout over the Belles, 1 to malaria 0, Saturday night. It was a tight'. " . twirling tilt in which Lee Harney! J  - &l ,fruited 00,cine to atr;o of singl.,,00eT while her mates gained four off]# v Nil v Dorothy "Boots" Ortman, blonde I .o.oo,,.oo... Marks for KYF Kenosha's pay-off tally developed, after two were out :.n the seventh, i aided on successive errors by Eng-, lish and Danhauser. Lucille Cola. Track Classic cito. sprightly Kenosha catcher drew a life when English's throw to first Mulled Danhauser off the base. Rose Folder then grounded (Cantioaed frsm PaSs Eisht) to Wind whose toss to first was old record of 4 ft. 4 inches; ueond, F.die bobbled by Danhauser with Cola. Dubay. Outpost No. 2 and Wildcats. clto scampering home from second. Junior high jump---First, Dick u. she hit the plate with a neat slide mann's lnchesutsttnw records.N"  andold Cobra.record. : . to get under Irene Hickson. s in.; second. Jerry Pfarr. Cobras and Belle5 in Big Threat Outpcet No. 1; third. Jack De Bruin. Baseball throw, lrel---F/rst Paul Far- Qrtl d Sheen farm vacated by Mr. and Whe an Mrs S00.ul, Tho. p,esent J[,-- Cothor/M Luke  Mr. and Mrs. Elmar Vashalan, Pvt. Donald Luke, Fort Benning. Francis and Lorraine Vhalen, Mrs. Rule Madison, Milton Junc- Ga, arrived home Sunday on 8 alan, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Janes- ten.day furlough, ville, Mr. and Mr Will We Ion In the first of the seventh, the Belis uncorked their harpest threat. After Kurys flied to Jame- son, Perlick beat ut a single to deep short. Dapkus struck out. Wind broke off a hit putting Per- lick, who had stole second, on third Harney purposely passed Danhauser to load the runways and ,then fanned Ortman to wiggle out of the torrid spot. "Laity" Ganote and Rose Folder each coined a pair of hits to ac- count for Kenosha's offensive ac- tivity. Hickson, Kurys and Wind had one apiece off Homey, who was crafty in the clutches with plenty olse and effectiveness in reserve. $ 00ichigan Nears Baseball Crown Arlene Lenz and Junilla $iehoff were among the graduates of St Marys High school Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe I.nz, Robert and Ardell end Miss Sophie Banal, Genoa City, attended  graduation exercbm at St. Mary's church in Burlinon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schuerman, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wels and sons, and Adeline Kerst- ing attended a party Sunday even- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kerkman in Burlington when they entertainad in honor of their daughter Ruth's graduation from St. Mary's High school. The Whaatland Workers 4.H club held their meeting and elec. tion of ocers at the town hall Thursday averting and elected Stuart Kessler, president; Lillian Bosman, vice. president; Arlene Lenz, seeratary and /roy Depon, treasurer. Arlene Lens attended a party for St. Mary's High sehool graduo ates Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tolie. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schuerman entertained members of the HandL craft club et their home Monday evening. Mr and Mrs. Alvin Weis attend. ed a party at the homa of Mr. and Mrs. John Eppors in Br/ghton hon- oring their tenth wedding anni. versary. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lenz |n honor of their daughter Arlene's high schoo| graduation ware Joe M. Lenz, Mrs. Mary Lenz and daughters Rttth and Lorraine, Mrs. Mary Barbian, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Wllon and daughter Sharon, Theresa May, and Bill Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Huns. buscher, Kenosha, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lois, Joan and Richard. Burlington, and Mr and Mrs. Harry Lois and Betty spent Sun- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lois. Callers Sunday at Harry Lois's were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, hicago and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard HunsbLmcher, Kenosha. George Schlitz accompanied by Clarence Fonk, Kenosha, are spending a few days in northern Wisconsin fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bosman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cole, Miss Fran- ces Bosman and Jack Fortune, Kenosha, were Sunday visitors at the Richard Bosman home. Chicago -- ()  With Michi- gan's eighth title of the current school year hanging in the balance, the Wolverine baseball team plays host to Purdue next Saturday in a two-game set that wraps up the Big Ten season. Ray Fischer's Michigan nine, undefeated in seven starts but tied once. needs only one victory to clinch the league crown and hand the Wolverine school a titular sweep in all sports except basket. ball. However, a double loss to the Boilermakers would dump the Wolverines into second place be- hind Northwestern which closed last Saturday with a pair of wins over Minnesota---3-1 and B.lfor a final record of eight triumphs and two defeats. rat'o, OutDot No. a and Wildcats. 175 ft. and e inchse nw recordL old r- oral 185 ft.. 8 Inches; s'ond. Mo/t'. Baum. Outoost No. I; third, Eddlo Du- bay. Outoost No. 2 and Wildcats. 3unlor baseball throw--Firet. Tom chflLina. Cobras, t0 ft. (new rJortD, old record, 20 ft.: second, Emit Pal eucci. Curet NO. 2 and Wildcats; third Ronald Xeck, Outpost No. 2 and Wild- cats. Pru broad uml.-Flrst. Dan Mlch- elan. Cobras. 14 ft; second. Richard Cra.. Outmzt No. 4: third. Mike Ham- mond. Outpost No. 3. Junior broad jump--First, Ernie Paa- cucci. OutDost NO. 2 and Wildcats. le ft. 6 inch,; od, Bob Grno, Out- post No. 1; third. Tom Jackson. Cobras. Prey 120 yard low hurdltq---Flrs't. Rob- ere MacLmn. Outpost No.  and Wild- cats. time 16.2 new recordt, old record. 19.0: second. Mike Hmmond, Out,oat No. 3: third. Bob BerUlng. Outpost No. 1. Brighton Mrs. |usan 8eiin. Cor'Jaendm Those who attended the funeral of James I.ven from here Satur- day at St. Mary's church, Dover, were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kettor- hagen, Mrs. John Vanderboom, Frank Ward, Mrs. John Sheenen, Michael Fallon, Mrs. A. P. Schae- fer and Mrs. Charles Weber. Junior 120 yard low hurdle--First, Bill tenth wedding anniversary Those $obol, Outpost No. 2. time l.s; kcond. resent were Mr had Mrs F"t" Jerry Pfarr. Cobras and Outpost No. 1:  . " .... third Elijah Chambers. Outpost No. 3. WelS and sons, Burlington, Mr. 440 yard relay, preps--Wfldcat and and Mrs. Nick Weis and children, Out,oat Disaualifled. First. Aveneers D. Uni^ /".,., M" and 1'- Alvl Smith,. Stobe, Shelly. Bob Smith). ttme W " ..... v, .................... 1.011 ;new records, old record 106S e, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wels second. Flyine TlacPi (Mike Hammod:land daughter. Mr. Ind Mrs. Braney Jo) lOtv..&rokeL. iSltu  " . !Weis and children, Mr. and Mrs. y.  rt Cooras (Spm- Arth,,r D-il- o-,' 't*. ..a dine. Warner. Gerlach. Jackson) Tirnechr':' " ............ .... -.re. 1.54.7 (new records: second, Wildcats and IS Weis. Outoot No. 2 (Yah/aria, Pascucci, Dubay, Ferro. New Class C Leaders In Women's Tourney Beaver Dam, Wis. -- (/P) -- Mary Bodmer and Mary Palmer of Appleton went into first place in the class C doubles event of he Wisconsin Women's Bowling tour- nament yesterday with a score of 1,110. Their second game of 432 was the highest doubles game of the tournament. Third place in the close A dou- bles was taken over by B. Kolitsch t had a medal score of 72. Michigan Saturday thumped Latest Census Bureau figures 1944 War Oil Needs Notre Dame, 6-4, thus besting the show at least four million fewer civilians in the United States last The government reports that it Irish in three out of four engage- Nov. 1 than on April 1, 1940. Dur- will need 1825,000,000 barrels ments this spring ell to run our share of the war Ingthlsperiod, California Increased Mr. and Mrs. Wendylen Reiter entertained the following relatives and friends to supper unday eve- ning in honor of Ltm seventy. eighth birthday of the farmer's imother, Mrs. Ann Reitor: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hahn, Charles Rafter, Ke. nosha;Mr, and Mrs. Fardie Seltz and family, Paddocks Lake, Mrs. Eliza- beth Hotz and son, Matt, Franeis Relier, Silver Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kemen, Mrs. Catherine Clem. ens and Mrs. Smmn Seitz. Burlington road school eloesd Friday with a picnic at the school house Friday. On Fr/day evening Mr. and Mrs, John Eppers were surprised by her sisters and brothers on their Should the Wolverines split and" R. Ryan of Appleton with with Purdue their final percentage 1134, the former counting 207 for would be .875, compared with the high individual game of the Northwestern's .800, while two tournament. setbacks would give them a run. Because of the intense heat, the[ ner.up ranking of .750. a notch schedule was advanced yesterday[ ahead of Illinois which had so as to complete all competition I clinched the show spot with .714. for the day by ear, ly afternoon. [ In another wind-up session, Ohio innings. State nipped Indiana, 8.7, in 12 Population Shifts West Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weber and family were Sunday guests at Mrs. !Alex Weber Paris, in honor of the first holy communion of their ear !Alex. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ketterhager had their infant son christened Dennis Ralph. Sponsors were Mrs. Tim Vanderwer and Ben Ketter- hagen The Fox school held their picnic at the school house Sunday after- noon. School closed on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Weis enter- tained the following relatives on Sunday. They will .move to the Billy, Browns Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Nlcky Wels and children, Union Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Wel Burlington, Mr. and Mrs, Jolm Eppers. Kenneth, Mr. and Arth Danleis, Mr, and Mrs. Barney Weis and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Weis and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ted La and son. Mrs. Ferdie S@itz, PaddoekJl Lake, visited her mother, Mr& Ann iter, Saturday afternoon. . Those who attended the funeral of Mrs, Antony Schlitz at Sacred Heart church, St. Martins on Man. day morning were Mr. and Mrs. John Vandrboom, Mrs. Ray Val derhoom and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Katterhagen. Andrew Overson, Burlington, was a guest at the George le- hard home, Saturday. Erma Wagner, Niles Center, is guest at her ist's home, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Zeihel Barbara Danlels, Milwaukee0 Ls spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Emefl Dan- /els. Dorothy Weis, Keneha, is having a week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Weis. Norman Seitz spent Sunday with the leis family at Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Seitz and family, were visitors at the Sake Fettle home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Terry, George and Wallave visitod with Mr, and Mrs, Ray Vanderboom on Monday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Gall and chil. dren, Basset, and Elmer Arnold, were Sunday guasts at Mrs. EJsie and Mr. and Mrs, EuJene Arnold'e home. The shower for Dorothy Rice and Vincent Kemen held at Wag- ner's Hell Saturday evening was well attende. Mr. and Mrs. Orth Fettes and daughter Elizabeth Schlitz, Xe- nosha, were Sunday evening guests at the John Seitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Becker gave a dinner. Sunday, in honor of the lattar's parent's forty-third wed- ding anniversary at their home. Those who attended from here were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Irmen, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kemen, son Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Thumo, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kemen, son Bobby, Ted and Joe Kemen, Do'othy Rice, Vincent Kemen and Iulia Weller. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ketterhagen entertained the following relatives at dinner and supper, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Fneil Sewart, Susan Seivert, Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartzenbarth, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Eli Pfeiffer. Mrs. Bar. bara Rauen, Kenosha; Mr, and Mrs. John Vandarboom. Kate and Clem Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber. and Reta, Louis Weber and the Melvin Brenton family. Erna Tanrup. teacher of the Bur. lington road school, will teach at the Primary Grade School at Twin Lakes e oomlng year. BHgtol  z, vseandaa, Mr. and Mrs. Arclde Jones and daughter Sharon, Kenoeha, spent Memorial day with Mrs. 8ad/e Lwis. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Neptune and Mrs. Lawrence Bryant and daugh. tar Jean and son Lawrence, River Forest, Ill., were Memorial day guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Eichinger. Mrs. Stanley Bratmd and her neighbor, Mr Miller, North Cape, visited her aunt, Mrs. Mary Hill, Monday ternoon and also called on her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. David Jackson. Mxs. Lee La Meer and Mrs. Frank Bavaric and son Jack. Sal- em, visited Mrs. La Mer'a brother, Jacob Male.ski, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Holiis Jones and daughters, Baverly and Anita, Ke. no,ha, spent Memorial day with Mr. and Mrs. Evan Jones. Mr. and Mrs. ]Robert Dedy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carvey and family, Waukegan, were Tuesday afternoon and ev/ng gutz of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Croft. itself was destroyed entirely, but the force of the explosion and ro- sultant fire did a great deal of damage. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Niles and family have returned to their hmue in Detroit Mich., after a visit of several days with MrL Niles' sis. ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Met.zner. Mr. and Mrs. William Hand, Marshall, WIS., and their son, AC Nell Hand, Great Lakes, spoof Thursday evening with Mrs. Min- nie The entire surrounding commun. ity folk are cordially lay/tad to at- tend a bond  at Bristol Com- munity hall Tuesday evening, June 8, beginning at 8:80 o'eloek. There vlll be free moving pictures and singing and talks by Civilian lense workers including Messrs. Ralph Kingsley, Charles Lockwood, and Alvin Hansen, all of Kenosha. Mrs. ]r, dwlrd Ch1lla, local Red Cross chairman, urges all workers, if possibla, to attend thla meeting. The working houri at the Red Cross rooms Tuasday evening will be 6:30 to 8:30 o'clock. Most Allied Fuel is Ours .. The United States has provided upwards of 85 per cent of g avi- ation gasoline and 70.per vent of all petzoleum products used by tha United Nations so far in the war. NOTICE To: Savero T.UtL fs. Secafi Tenuta. ]1: Whereas: Uniform care mrs been gtva bY th u:tsrlal for five con.cl tive yoars Or mOLe, nay t the ltst 8 years on N.W.4. Lot el. Soetton 0 North DWlma  8t Georl Cemett57 ments th' nt/l to $8.00 all now unpaid. Mew, UMIreforS. YOU  h@tby not// that unsu tlw ssn amotmtin to the stun of $8.00 a paid to sh# undersigned within :11 dlya, from the date of the at Dublleetto or servle of this notice, title to all the unoccupied part of said lot ahlll um to the ue sidnod, and the same sold, tho lmcecds of said le to be a fnd for oerpetual care of tl Octled portion of said log, puntmat to the preetsinns of fJub.sectic d of Chapter lS7.11 of sho ttut of the State of Wiscomfin. DatSd at Knoha. Wiam,  3rd day of June. 1944. ST. GEORGE CMETERY, Kom, W- Lter J. I.Roy, Supt. (June II-I-lS) TATE OF wIgON[  CO COURT -- KEOmKA COUNTY In the Matter of the Eainte of W F. M4ttz, Deoumd. NOTICE OF HaAKO APPLXCATION J'OK ADMINIITKTION AND NOTiB TO cnaDITOII Notice if hereby given that at a erm of said Court to be held on day. the lth day of June, 144, ,,t 10 o'clock in tl forenoon Of said day, at the Court House in the City of Ke- no, ha. in said County. there will b heard and onsidered: The application of eorge g. D lgorh for tho appointment of an ad- ministrator of the sstte of William F. Mate. decelumd, late of the City o! Ch/o, Cook County, nlinotu; Notice is further gtwen that all claim# aaaint the sahl Wflllt F. Matz, de- ceased, late of the City of Chicago. In Cook County. Illinois, must be ra- sented to said County Cotrt at the Court House in said Cotmty, on or oefore the 26th day of aoDtembor, 1944, or be barred; and that 811. lUeh cinim$ and dmsnda will be examined and ad- Justed at tara of said %itb held at the Court omm of Kett0alla. in  l/tY, On Tuesday, the  day of October. 11144. at 10 o'eAoek in the  of seed da. Datl May 16th. 1944. By Order of the Court. ROT v. BAI, Judt VAUD & VA AttIN day w.ru s) :BTATB OF   r COUNTY COURT -- KEOIIKA COUNTY In 1 tate of Atom Zanett[0 De- ceased. NOTIE F0 waAnqG PETITION F0 m CONVETANCE rotte I reby Oivm, that at the Rr Term of the Ceunty Court. to be ludd in and for  oounty, at h Court House m the city of r,uu. Iz said county, on Tuesday. Juno 20, 1844 tim followin meteor will be heard, ann. sidaced, emuninsd and adJustod; e alUtlo of ltry IL Oqhu for a conwyanes to  of certain real eetate by the administrsteix 4 the eetote of Anna Zanotti. deceast, pursuant to a land ceatract, dated the lat day of March. A. D. 1929, made by seh de- cadent, in her lifettme as set forth in the etlUon now lntna in Mid court. Dated May 18 A. D. By  Cotmt. Judge. v (Ma., 2s-29-Tune 5) NOTICE OF BEDEMPTION To the Holders of at Mary's Congreton, Kmsha, Wls* consin. First Refunding Mort/aae and Collateral Sinking Fund Bonds, dated as of the 1st day of Jsnuary, 1937, Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Irovtsions of the Trust Indenture, dated as of the let day of January, 1937. between St Mary's CongreeaUon. a Wis- Many Bristol .frteda of onn Corlmratlon  the City of K- noaha. Kanosha County, Wlmta. and Hueda Laulco and Mr. and Mrs Maria11 and nsley Rank of Mflwaube, Beebe Lasco, Antioch, called o wt.oin, a eorvorat/on organteed and them Tuesday. The /Asco farm existing under the law of the State home was greatly damaged with a heavy loss on house furnishings when a fire ztartl with an plo. sion of an off stove Tuesday morn- ing. The Antioch fire deptrtmant got the fire out before the house Eddie Corey Manaqer of The II Tak pleasure in presefiting for your summertime pleasure and enjoyment your keyboard favorite i Wisconsin, as 'JLr1tl. the undersigned has elterehlad   to call and   m  d pay.t abe m of m! Trmrt on tim lit day of Suly. 1944, at their  valu  lntert to the rlmp- date. all of tha outnl First Rundin| Mm-tage and dlaterel alnk- inn Fund Bonds, da as  Samuary I. ls.W. of said at. Mary'a Con/ptm, seeur b said Trust huhmtum. The said bends, to@ethec with all unmaturad interest couvon, should be presented for redempnon and payment On or after JU" 1, 1944. at the om of the Trustee. Mrshall and lsly Bank, 721 North Water Street. wauk. Wiscons/n. 'l'o an etr July 1. UI, said shsll cuss to  latortt snd ST. MARY'S CONGRIfATION, By Ilaymad C. Bll. Vlc Prsetdont _uw, Wlsmsin. May Zth, SS4S. gay B4.June ,B) IrPA7% OF wIeoNII -- COtrffl" COURT -- OSNA OUNYY I the Matter of the dtot of ;= walro Deesns. NOT1Ca OF g.glO ON FINAL TY2IaNT AND D|TERMINATION OF INIEKITANCa TAX M hereby g/v that, at a term of id Court to be lmld on mmly, tim IS day of ,f. 11144. at 10 o'lk in Uw remm of sa/d day. at   llmme in the City t,. The apteetlen of The Northwestern Lm and Trust Cemmy. adminlJtator of the sslate of ehn Wallig. doorased, late ot the CItY of Kemmha, in said OmmW, 1. the enmbtlon and aft. lles of I v- anal tlat, mtat t now  Bla In sat4 Cout% and ter tho 8Uowsnas of dabts or claims tmid in 1 t wtbeut  or se requ/red by law, and tw eter au the dletrtbtion of the bdnes of assh 0a band to ,uclt ers Item as may be enlflod to llm same; and oe the deU,rminat/ou and Uud/r- t/on of the inhsrffUU tax. /t any. pay- able in  aslats; and for an ord, dlJontinuina  proceedin dl,hargin  bltrator. Dat th/s th day of iky, A. D. 1944. By the Court: ROIIIT V. tJl, Judgt. M. . B Attozey (My 22-J S) o,_ In tbe lltter of the r-late of Harriet M Amss, Daseasod. ., NOTICE OIF IO ON FINAL . ACCOUNT Notice is hereby given that at a term of said Court to b8 held on TtSsday. tbe 0th day of Stm, 1944, at 10. o'lock in the femmoon of  day at tM COu  m t Cit of Km in sstd CouP,  wlll be and considered: aplL/ast/on of Arthur B. Ames, gttor of tim toto of 'rt M. AI. dackued, late of tho City of in said County. for the uunina- t/on  Iowans of h/s  ae- mnt, wh/ch aevott is now on a ostruetin of the will of sfld do- ceased and or the 8Jjmment of the -idu. to such thereto. Dted May 0th. 1544. By Oraer of tl Court: ROBFT V. BAXER. Jud/ (May :1:1.:1u ) aTATE OF WICONSZN  COUNTY COURT -- KENO|HA COUNTY In th tte of th# Ette 4 Frank H, Dugong, alo known u Frank Du- o ZecqMuN4L NOTICE OF Hang ON FINAL |aT- TLaMENT AND DaTEINATION OF INHEITANCa TAX Not s hsM wm that at a term of d Court to be hold nn t, the h laY of June, 144, at 10 o'alock in the foroon of Mid day. at the CoUrt House in the Cfty of Ksnesha. be The aplastton of Arthur Dumms, lato of the cAt of . m sei Cmmt.  tl ummtion and mwan of i  mt. wh/ch and or the aUoance Ild in  faith lshout JUte or al- lowanee as required by law. for the determimttlon of who are the hoirg of said descend, 8d or sh /um//mmedt of the esidue of the estate of said de- ceased to such persoeus as are by law entitlad thereto: and r she datdm itlo sad adjudication of the lahetitance i tax. if any. payable in said eltate. Dated May 22. 1. By Ordof th Court. ROOtleT V. AKER. J'ude. HARRY V. CAKI.ON. AttonIy. (May 4-3uno S) STATE OF WIJBCON&N -- CIRCUIT COtgT -- lgNOt, t:O Catherine Tennee, Plaintiff, v Christ C. Clute and Mary Chris- n. his wife, Defendants. NOTICE OF SHaKIFr8 IhlLLE IN FOKECLO8UE By virttio Of a Jm of foreclos- ure and sale made in the above-entitled aeUon and entered on the lOth day of May, A. D. llNk, th undsMl sher- iff of Kenosha COunty. 8tare of Wlscon- sin. will sell hnmediateiy inside the south front trmum of elm Court Hou in the City of Kanosh, in the County of Kenosha. and aUtte of Wisconsin. on the 14th day of Ju/y. 1944, at ten o'elock in the forenoon of that day, the  estate and mortca! ratm dlrect by said JudSment to be told and therein dlbed al follow1, to- wit: All the part of the North 60 acrse of the Northvet Quarter of 3ee- tn  In Ton 1Noeth of Range n Fst of t Fourth Prinfl Pa0e Nine Meridian. lyin41 Wset of the rich, of-way of tht ChIP.l aM MAlwau- kee Electric Railway Company. 60- =ribed as follows, to-lt. Corameml- me at a tnt . the North /idl' of said auarter sect/on, SS&8 fcet East of the Northwsst ooraer of said Quarter eectten: tlum South peral- lel with the West line of s4Ud qus- ter sect/on 9al.l foet; thellt east pmm/lel with the North line of said Jet-t/on 103"/.18 f#t: thmt Nm=th psrallel with tho Wset lim of Vusrtec Nation 81S ; thsnom at paraUa! w/th tho North l of  auarter etton , Nt: tlum Nor -a/Isl w/in seld r//ht ot wy lS8 feet to the NOrth  e said euartor MeUon"  WWt slon th Neath line of said sectkm 40O.$ m ,ub,.. : t. of etraet and h/wy Ource and other lubltc tum of certain portions ! ss set out in sho t of "eetrtc attt/o ' whieh plt wu duly led for reoord in ,the of the lt of  for lOmom Cmmty. Wmuin. on Sep- tember s. 188, in Volumo '11" of ofoeasL Dated O I  of k. A. D. 'rNAJ J..,'rgl', 8her of Koneeha CmmtF, WIS. C.A. Y/'IvlNl, Attm.n t Plain- tt. 07th arrest,  Wis- tns/n. 'rATE OF WIoNe -- AL COURT -- l[lrogll COUNTY Arthur N. Mink and Anna M. Mink. h/ wtle, Plaint/t|, v Lotd Dorlr. wt,w. Ramoml Pt,ue, lnmm & Glarer ilahmm poratton, and Irate om fem/ant. NOTICa O |JeJr| | IN Ir01JICI,,01UIMg B virtu# of a Judmt of tor|flce- turn and sale made in the abmUed astinn and antered  the Lt day of y. I43. th#   of Kenosha County. llttto of 'Wlznd.l, sl /mmsdlatoLv ins/ tbe smh front antrtac of the Court Htse in th City of Kema, in tim coun of K4mestm. and 8teto of Wtsoonsin,  the lh day of Zuly, 11N4, at t4m o'olok in the forenoon of that day. tl  ortot and morqraaed Vrsm/m dlrsctod by sa/d Judgment to b sold and thsreth dmrbe as follows, to.wit: Lot  (S) and all of Lot "Jo (1) (ez0ept the North ttetty set thiner) and  North twmty-em tl) feet of Lot Four (4) all m  Plat of Roafltor of Dsed8 in  for the County of Koncetut and 8tote of tn. and tyin 8n  in Twenty-salem {7) Town On8 .rl) Nor of  Twenty  in the Town of blent, in the County of Kn and Stote of Wis<msin: Dated this T?th day of May. A. D. I44, at Kenoeha, Wisconsin. ahertff ef Ifaha Couaty. Wis. tmin. (May -Juns S-l10-8-3uly 3) I[e,0sha Thedres GRF0000S NO :HUMAN WORD00 DESCRIBIL00UT WHICH B/ER HUMAN HEART CAN i'  14 Street Dept. 'Finds' Piano by over 1,000,000, while New York  ' !" , state lost that many. * RENA ESTABROOKS * Salem Independence, Mo.---U.R)--A piano is one article which seldom appears llt P@rJOJ OZivt I o, Cot in the "Lost and Found" columns, but the Independence Street De- Rna Estabrooks, who is wall-known to many of our patrons, is now returning to give you a new program of ouhflmd- Sgt. Raymond VanOrder has re- partment could have provided the turned to his base at Lakeland" "Found" notice in such a case here NOT OPEN MONDAY Fla. following a 15 day furlough recently. Members of the depart- ing piano renditions. Let'e give her which he spent with his mother, meat found a s/ighfly battered up- 1 T 8 Wed. On/F] rousing welcome. Mrs, William Talbert, and other right piano in the middle of an In- relatives here. Mrs. Otto Scholer and Mrs. Crant Minnie, Kanolha, were vial- tors Thursday at the home of the .%lisses Jennie and Jossle Loeseher. Mrs. William Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Fletcher and son. Don- ald. let Thursday for a few days business trip to Hamlet Ind. Dale Anderson, MM2/c, Fort Worth, Tex., is on a leave and called on his cousin, Mrs. Harry Krahn. Mrs A. G. Haral very pleas. antly entertalned a group of laCHes at a 7:30 breakfast Thurlday morn- ing and later exhibited her many ecies of choice iris. Her were Mmes. Frazer and and the Misses Ruth Richhnan Emma Kautaky, Burlington, Mrs. Annie Minnie and Mrs. Lottie o. Balem. dependence avenue. They believe it had fallen from a truck. No re- ports on the "Lost" and of the story have been received. A GRAND MUSICAL TIAT ePECIAL /taPEAT eH0WIG , [1211II00, T08ETNaJq WITH NEW8 TAK-A-0HANOE SHOW TOMORROW NIOHT Tuesday. Jue 8 Also Plwring MlktlT  Mmds For Top Notch Entertainment and Service "Par Ezce//ence" You Can Not Equal the HOTEL DAYTON Lfmffed EMgegmenfl |TAnTe 4 0AS 0NLYI IID. ConUnuau Shews Tkl Enement ooo. 1:15 EAc. OPEN DAY