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F Saturday, June 10, 1944 L a Page Tl/ree Sunday Services in Churches and Week-Day Announcements White Shrine to Hold 'Annual Party Tuesday Outstanding social event of the year for the local Messiah White ;hrine of Jerusale.m will be the annual spring dessert-bridge planned for next Tuesday afternoon, June 13, beginning at 2 o'clock. A large number of members and their friends are expected to attend. I Appointments for the party will be in a spring motif, with flowerl of the season used in profusion to decorate the ballroom of the Ma Gi 1 SCO A genie temple, scene of the party, r ts re Mr H- . . drry Van Camp is general chairman of the party, with Mrs.- -Vrenarm00 tor ]Ralph Argyle. co chairman, and a largeMrs.COmmitteechester assisting. Summer C Miller is chairman C/p of the kitchen committee, assisted. hillin Assured that camp life helps to by the Mines. E F. Pilger. P  Pollock. Chloe Swegle. R. A. An- build a better world, since summer I derson. William Stille, John Rick-is the time for children to be oc- ard. and Albert Frank. Mrs. cupied out-of-doors, b u i 1 din g William Iverson is chairman of health, having fun and. at the same! time developing skills, interests and[ KENOSHA EVENING NEWS = i l Sunday services and week-daYlCHRISTIAN SCIENCE ]odin Student Day. Senior and 3unlc@ events in the churches of the clty, JFellowsh at 5:45 for supper nnd deeP- o- o,unced by the nastor areT First Church of Christ, Selentist---60Itional meetlls at S:30 p. m. Evenir i.,   r  iEighth avenue Sunday school is at 9:301worshi p in the Music Kall at 7:30 p. m. ilisted below- :a, m. Sunday morning serv/ce at 10:4-5.1Mx. A1 Corm of Chicago will wresent I Subject: "'God, the Preserver of Man," i the "Old Sunday School Choir," Th@ BAPTIST iWednesday evening meeting is at 8 puhlic is invited. ,o'clock Reading room at same addrass, n ' " Bristol Methodist  Rev. Charles F. Baptist Tabernacle----9..4-5. a. m.. Su day lm open to the public every day except!DoL .... t 5ttnsv school fl:30 school; 11:00 a. m., worship service wth!Sundas and holidays from 3 m fl andr"m":",h''n.2n j 'Chotr music by the church choir under the!saturday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock.:=:'=:'"l."'-- ' Mtlctst Y-th direction of Miss Laura Odelberg, with ............................ a mesae by the pastor..:30 p. m.. Youth i CONGREGATIONAL i Foundation meeting, S:30 p. m. meeting 7:45 p. m.. Gospel service. . _ [ Methodist---Plelsant Prairie and Wes- with singing, special music and message; I Firstl CengregatlonalDr. George R.[ley Chapel, Bey. James Bufley. 1setor. 9:00 p. m.. Commu.nlon service. Thursday.! Cady. minister. Children's Day p r:oramIworshl v at Wesley Chapel st 11 &. m. mid-week prayer and praise service. ]at 10:45 a. m. by the church school, utto and the Pleasant Prairie church eon- ml=rv Rffintist...-Tentv-third avenue ] T. Steffeascn, general superxntneenL, penes at 7ff30 p m Pleasant Prairie Sun- .....  --- .................. director .... and Fifty-sixth street, Hey. M. S. Soli-I rs. w. J. morrow, organmt aria "] day school at I0 a, m. Wesley SthUnFdaY mene, pastor. Services will be held us 'PI.f?fPAL school. 10 a. m. Methodist You el. ...... lowship. Wesley ChaPeL 8 p. m. Sun- St. Matthew's Episcopal--Corner FHty- day evening. ninth street at Seventh avenue. The PRESBIFERIAN Rev. Kenneth D. Mtln. rector; the v. First Presbyterian  3217 Boosevelt follows: Sunday, church school at 9:30. divine worship at I0:30; evangelistic service at 7:45 Wednesday evening ut [7:30, hour of prayer. tickets and reservatior .... i Community Bapt/st----Sflver Lake, Wis., Ralph E. Dille. curate. 7:30 u. m.. Holy Chairrnmn nf th hmkin# enmrnlt friendships, the Kenosha Girl! !Rev. Joe Weatherby, pastor. Sunday Baptlsm: 9:30 a. m.. church school: 10.45 road. Roscoe T. Fulton. minister. 9:30 ........................ [ I Mrs A C I.,ovestead su a m mornlng prayer and sermon tee is Mrs Edward Neion with Scout organization announces that HONOR STUDENTS in the Kenosha high school graduating class of 268 boys and girls are shown school, 9:45 ..... - ..... a.m., Childcen'$ Day program by the %mo ,h,:,,  wi, 'r. in spite of wartime difficulties'[ above together with their principal George Nelson Tremper who retires this year after being high pertnte.nden_A special childfen:s pr, St. Andrew's _Episco} Ch.al,---3 Sunday school. 10:S5 ..... morning a ,, .... T ....... , A  z. Camp Pottawatomle Hills wllli school director for 33 years. The students were among those who received their diplomas Friday night.!wit h the children taking part The D. Martin lctor; the Bey. Ralph E p. m., Westxniruter Fellowship group- en i ...... r Th again open for its regular summer Left to right, front row, are Virginia Wenuta, Ronald Metelver, Dorothy Blrmlnger, Gloria M. Boyle, lpastor will bring the measag a be 'Dille. curate 8:30 a. m.. Holy Commun- Juniors. Intermedtstas and Yo_un, Pep- $ ncluQeo as ner rlelpe s. e sessi-   ,,,o-o ^ ,,^,,. ! ..... ,a , ..... xr;^,+  ^ s, " r,,#;, ..... , ,,, Principal Wremer Franklin P Gall Bar-!the Children's Day service and also in i ion; 9:30 a. m.. church school, pie. 7:30 p. m.. evening worship--'Drift- prize committee, headed by Mrs ...... w the evening service at 7.30. Young P o- ing Away from Spiritual Thinp," Par- n,o p=l 1,, the m, June 19. bara Hughes, Irls Rademacher. Helen Rastocny, Dorothy Relth, Marlana Relth, Lewm John, back ro ple's meeting at 6:15. Beginning June EVANGELICAL ents, chlldrtm and young people are es- Z:. \\;7": .... :-:::. ":: "";:" With schools eIsing and manyi Robert Stuber Miriam Rivle Madel n Sund, Patricia Tully Resemarie Ulrich Lois Wendorf and]16 the pastor will resume his series of First Evangelical Hev L pectally urged to be present at the .., r. ekson, nay witzer. ,... vctinn 1" e,rtil,a C'.irl en,,t I 7o .... e' - Y' Y ' ' 'messages from the Epistle to the Romans.[ Adams minister" San Vacc.arelloH'Y. Sun -" morning worship service. Children will an H w - -- st -e ......  ....................... " ...... " ...... " '  ,a e s ano ugu. L. . camping will provide a recreational   -- .First Baptist -- Seventh avenue attday school superintendent. 9:30 a. m.. be dedicated in bptim at this time. un tne aecoratlng committee are .,e +  .-].4 - +- . I " Fifty-ninth street, Rev. Robert t=-oroon,]Church school. Classes for ull ages. I0:30 The choir is directed by Mrs. Rgnhfld the Misses Oal Maschka Glad-,s u  or C.hren in warlme anu F r - [ minister: Max A. Streck. choir director;[a, m.. mornir worship. Sermon: "A Condon, with ML Marie Spleer ac- A--an Nelli Lindblom Pearl for this reason it is now more than ummer n USlC iT T Ct"% TT___J. ..... "1______ ---- Mrs. Streek, organist. Public worship,] Capable and Reliable Helper Is God:" eompanying. Owen. Bessie Schulien, and Marie e'er a contflbutlon to ugen: ' . T t'. . - lunor mt ,. aY t haPrgm"ofhhSetlannsEtndcVn r cmrVmi]:te SALVATION ARMY t t   Lal wvela[=. .tlll ta.t 1 u=ll| #,=[ T'rTe  Fellowship 6 30 p m Church school at Wednesday 7 p m prayer meeting Sp]cer. and tne mmes. mma ler- tressed bv the natinnal Girl .cnut J,ZtJz b,.Jt,.Alt., [  .  .  " " .... Salvation Army---unday school. 10:00 son Nocla StockwelI Claudia Reed - -  LUTHERAN a.m.. Mrs. Mrion'Wight. suPe.,-itn- ' " " : " 1 ,organization to encourage local ,N R ," . _rtr,,- i ...... l Baptist -- 2SlS Sixty-fourth: dent: holineu meeting, ll:00a, m.:youn ora nansen walter Anoerson Girl  y rlq &LI L[J[ & &/=,s,,v street Wllham a Schoeffel mmister l Frledens Evan elc t an ' Scout counc'Is to carry on ]V]01CC[ IV10Inl : d . , " " " - " l al La her (S!rn-Pople's Legion. 8:30 p. m.; open air SoJ Fred Clitheroe, Reuben Olsen and:with camping plans in spite of re- 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, i0:45 a. m.,!odieal CoRference) -- Corner of Nine- service, 7:15: evening service, 7:#,5.p.m. 1Niel Tatman  -- ........ I T..--: .... " --;^" ^*s eon-,worked l0 times for the same rec - wrship service. "Anchors of the Sou!."!teent h avenue and Fifty-first street. Rev Sunday will be observed as Cradle e . - ' . . - strmuons, rauon!ng ann snorages. All school students wishing toi . uu=.v aju ,,u  .... "- " [ "'" 1- - *" isses" 2:30 p. m., Children's Day program. Dail'iCarl H. Buenger pastor; Rev. R. A. Roll Sunday with the little folks honored rvlns on toe ulnlng room com- That the camping session will 11 join one or another of the publicl hnue to give many nours .aL me OgltlOn as. auove re ,.m ,, -Vacation Blhle school, Monday to Fm-!Siegler, assistant pastor, English sere- in a special way. Mid-week Fellowsht mttee unaer the chairman. Mrs. a definite need here is indicated school summer music classes are use canteen to the entertainment I utn nlapetta, ernlce epu-:day 9-.11:30. Wednesdayeveninfl ser_v.iceiices, 9 a. m.; German services, 10:30 Club meeting Thurisy. 7:45 p. m. William Russell are the following" bv the fact that local registration t,,    ,,o  i iof servicemen Whether they servelke,ia Marcella Thomas vlrglnla ot prame ann prayer ann me suuy, a. m , ,u-,w Mines Conrad Akvick H a r o 1 d is hi,,her this -ear than ever be Min-i - "# T ..... + ......... +*.^ behind the food counter or as part-iBroadley, Janet Johnson, Celette t .Second Baptist y- 2211 Fifty-seventh[ Bethany Evangelical Lntheran (Syn- t J%lOO .Kll Llnoszrana. l--aul tying- f ge sh o-**, +,,,ot =ners ior a game ot cneczers their, cnwal,er, vlary uw, ""=,,,= ,.h, an = - ornin,, wet I .... : .......... I aposzoue ea,m---, r,ur.um =w- ' .. ......... ore. Approximately 235 no a Frank school, Flfty-sev,,, ...... ,, ........ --  " --  -- *--- ----i ..........................  -ano evenzy-tourtn streeL walzer '-Inue" Rev William Klopp Imstor. Sunday nussen l-iarol(1 NlC.uro: rea l th th contribution ot time ann energy is tvloQrll2n 2-.nne ura lary oan shi 11 a m evenin worshlp 7 30 ", g'rls have registered us far. Wi Monday morning at 9 o'clock to be! .......... . :'  ' ", . , ," .... ; P, ..._ ;.; g ..,, : [Pifer, pastor. Sunday school at fl:lSlschool at 1:30 p Iv- Devotional rvtce. iMurdock Clarence Mundt J P ' " w can acknow'eclged Dy me Uv organl Jonnson ,Joyce xanaell ,Jane l--le-]p m. ram-weeK prayer servme weane$-i a rm Begular morning services at 9-a  m W'# le'. service each ,  the exception of one or t 0 va -lenrolled. ' , " "' - ' ..... ' ..... day at 7"30 p m ' " - ..... i-: ........................... Preston Theo West U 0 w a r d cies n the first and second sessions The classes which will onsti*,,feJZatln trmcaK irene bluzynsKl .eola mac, - - - a.m. anu u.. a.m. !Wednesday at 7:30 p. lax with Bible Coates. Fred Moeller. E. M. Car-all other sessions are eompletelYtth e summer music school, under[ Senlor ..^ hostesses who .have:Pollack, Gloria B eig, Mary Lou:CATHOLIC ]pasGtroZrCestthaeyase"hoRo.V'S?3JaBruth'MDo'r'isYembly of God Twenty flfth ave dell Archie Campbell Floyd Rip- filled A few irls from neihbor /,h ..... i , to w=.. .... ,lo worKeo 6u nours ana are oelng ilCOU ana .mer wartz - " "'a e--"l ot Masses on Sun ]nin "ervice 1-'- ' "-- " " -I  " " .... -  ", ....... v .........  ...... o-= v ..... , .......... . ! o - _ , . ___ bein_! lO[y  m wlm . - g s , u:o a. m. uther league, nue and Roosevelt road, Rev. H. L. le Ra Anderson M a l c o l m s e aaruea a large uv pin inls week mall gel[1 pins ar K da will be at 8 a m an 10 a m 6 :. Y , - ing communities are al.o register d/school music department, will be! ' - , ........... y . . d . . :30 p.m. iFlaherty, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30. ]Bishop, Harold Alsted and George for the various sessions directed b" the followina teachers -[are: aroeo m me lonowlng junior st. John's--Twin Lakes. Masses on Peace Evangelical LatheranWflmot. Morning service. 10:45. Young -'eeple.s Clrk ,  - - ". " " Miss Ruth B Brown Mrs Irene hostesses who have worked five' Sunday will be a 7:30 a m. and 9 a m Rcv R P. Otto pastor Sunday achool service 6:30. venmg service at :J. --- - i , ^ ; [VlOIIn ClaSs anu lUnlor srlng or-i , - ;-, -- ' --  -" -"  " - ..... at 9 a. m and 'mornin worshi  at 10i wednesday evening prayer and praise ,am ,umm,,, , . .. . - -- . . {Buswel[, lvlrs. arl tarr. leers, us- consecutive umes. .tile iYllsss, i Holy Rosary  eheouie ot masses is1 " *  'service at '3" Icnesra vrs tteuoen xower plane , a m - .... 9 * ' , ,w,  Too v=. Mrv F. Hnnah -lun, Jarvis 'as follows 'Sunday, 7 9 children's mass) [ ] " "" "" C  I I The camp is sponsorea oy me! classes, Miss Alice Akey; wind, l." "- .... ,=' *":,f -' --'--':;" , ""--"- -" .i-  '.. . tI';lO high mass, and 11:30 a m.; Sunday I St John's Lutheran---3833 Eighth ave- i Baha'i Center -- 5912 Twenty-second I h llrs en ,en lvlrs 1. ' mean nna arlecr ,ary xvva *,a 1 m in honorl avenue Children s Garden Sunday morn n 1SS ,DcIntoDcIO]O Kenosha Girl Scout council and t e brass and percussion instruments t -   = :: . '" .  . . ' ...... ' __ "evening devot'ons at 7 p. . " inue Rev. Paul Chropuvka pator. Eng- i . ' -- i .... ^++oo includes Mrs  ,' ,,  ,   '.'vrs. uy loomis, lvtrs, marry lvius- rle: .UKaWSK1, Auorey llller, nn'o! the Blessed Mother. Tuesday at 7iish services every Sunday, 9:00 and I in at 10 o'clock. Sunday evening ser- I v  """" I an toneLe .nartes  arrls I er an e no 110 Mar p m novena for peace Wednesday ut 10 00 a m Slovak services every Sun vices at 7 30 o clock. SPeak rs F.imer Pele chairman" Mrs Pal" '. " " let and Miss Alice Nelson Puterka Fr c s Be fig" , _i ....  : . . . _ : :  . Weds Seraeant , y, , . -, Classes wlll be held on Men-,    ............ = ................ i TO ]7 p m high .... f .... Idlers" andlday I0'15 and 12-00 a m Sunday school Robert L. Moffett of Chicago. Subiect: ter Cavanag , Mr . . B. c.all, days and Thursdavs each week for 1 . , . .............. ,week-day masses at 6:30 and 7 a.m. m Enghsh from 10:00 to 11:0 a. m. I What Lies Ahead. - - lworked l0 times nn are entltlea sepnln.e ogola, Tltlle Lvloclrllan, l Young eo le's societ and choir m.eet " A,nmt v r t,qv Mrs. Gilbert Lance, Mrs. Joseph, the first six weeks followln the'- ....... " ...............  Moons Carmel--Schedule of masses is P P Y I Christen Assembly -- 417 Seventy- ............................. s c, .-t. ',; x,,,4 1 t' I ......... , o O a k.lVlllan etense pin ann cer- rm ly lamar, Joyce xanuell, lvi. follows Sunday masses at 7'30 9 tehfl-I n Mondays at 7:30 p.m. I flfth street. Rev H E Webb pastor of the marria e of Miss Yolanda ru.., ,., ..o= -,,,, -'-.ctose ot scnool, June 1 to JUly 1. ....  ' ". ,  ...... g r.;- . ....... n   rssen i .......... Ititicate are: Elalne Andresen. Lerralne Grant,'drens mass, and 10:30 hgh mass; I St. Lake's Ev Lutheran--6700 ThirtiethlSundaY schOol 9:30 a. m.. Morning de- ..... t, ..... = .... - ..... - o- ......  s v I Jr NT R Cncflv Mr R C'. Virini Katut;s Dorothy Reith Sunday evening at 7, devotions in honor, avenue Confirmation June 11 at 10:30 I votional service. 10:. vening evan- o Cam lS divided Into units ior * I "  f the 1 se M ther se Irs Santo Santonaolo 34 Fifty i P i parochial schools who is interested  "':'" '" :'; -=,::-: 7--=. "".--" ...... " ' . ..  ." o B es d o Friday at 7 p. rm [ Secial" singing hy Sigmund Hillmer'I gelistie service 7:45. Prayer rvice ut- -- .  . - - -- ,. , _. ,  ,o n.; , . , . Itralg r. llSS ,llzaoetn roctor /Averlll rasser. Lois wenQrI, devotions in honor of St Rita- and' " "urda-, -ve-'--' 900 ourth street and St Anthon., Qlnel'ent age girts, .-zo. .ta a may loin the classes by enrolhng[.. :. '.. ......... " ..... * .... AT* . " t i sermon: "'Be Thou Falthful Unto Death."  = ,'. . b a ,   ^...-;^ c^,1o -r ol ..... ,, ,'lr lvlarv ,viorss iwss uoromy wai- mma anKowsKI ,L,t. 2tlce lvlar week-day masses at 7 a m Holw Communion June 18 Last dal First hnrch of the Nazarene orn-r Zumpano. son of Mr. and Mrs. the nrs year r,=__o. ,:]on ra.onaay, and paylng tne sman[ter s Mrs Geo Wendt Mrs R E qn Leola Mac Pollack Gilda Di-i st. Anthony's--Twenty-second avenue orSundav school. E. Walter Hillmgr, I Seventhavenue and Washington road. nunber of friends Sand relatives at, . .. :  , ," "4 "u;- 31 - M,ssmnary F.ends ...... Club Grade :30 7: 9=10:15 ,high, and 11:00. m; .... ,,vangelistie sc.,e..t p. m spec, Nantopaolo. Mrs. Arnold Knudsonroc k fireplace to serve as dining/president, Mrs. Lemke; treasurer, C-mm-nion Service' Oertorv " Ocers' club of the Woman's Ben- enty-second street. Sunday mass sched-/ Zion Lutheran -- Bristol, Rev. Eune I First niritualist Assemblv Sheri- ' ....... Hin - - '- was matron of honor, wearing blue hall, hbrary' and gathering place Mrs.. Francis Mack', secretary, Mrs. Processional -- "God's at World  eat asseelation will meet Mondny [ule. 5:, "/:30, 9:00. (high m). , 10:30.,S nderer pastor. ................ lnglish services every dan 11 8  m lecture ov Wm Larem '-: " marquisette and feather headdress,[ There is also a picturesque farm/WIlbert Brown. t Junior department ! .... lng at 8 o'clock at the home /]l.30. a m. and 12.30 p. nl. Daily rnasses firUs]day 1030 ca. m.:, Cerman ervlcS:[ of Kenosha, Mary =abort, assistant. *'} n.d car r-yng roses and s.eet pea:. i house with a portion of t used as/.,Secretarles were a,ppomted forlCh]ydrre:Dyy Vrd]sme"'James Lura i :t r:vAmha HaUlster aSS8 Elev ]vtonsanaTsSa; a ..'eSP:amna ei3:0a:yn'Sunday shool every Sunni MindWntkgSecorneueer,_,,daoV. e lSS olores ozuraL],o w San infirmary and a large barn m|me IOllOWlng committees: name[song of Praise---Junior department / Ip. m. lev. -atpn j. Attaat, pastor; i [pastor bridesmaid wearing pik mar-lwhich a craft shay has been setlmissions Mrs Robert Collins" edu-]Recitation -- "Day of Dreams" -- James  ........................  ..... ]Revs. A. A. Nickolai and V. Kuehn, aS-IMETHODIST Foor-nare T*h*rns- "rh*- .,v=.;.:., quisette; and Barbara Ochetti, and lu p " - I cation, Mrs. Irving Hanson; indus-[ Ge .... "'aril Wilson -hirte Hai 11 .I I'Wo . j slssna s--- " i fourth"avenue and" SnUeth "et; i!i ]:)olores Zabrlnsky were lunlor rt r:h-1 ,,,,' ] .... s a stand-i tries' Mms Elsa Laurlsch; box D:gere lydeYnAnderson and laineDrOrner-lsrer IRe ..... lrYroad.--lsYcniutlh e av;nUunnda,roImnie.llfue:rd,Sh. 541aOstSorhedarn_]Rev." C. E_Boceman, pastor. 9:30 a. m:. " " " wor white and' " .................... I ...... -. unaay sc'nooL suDermtennent. Jo'pn bridesmaids. They e :ard each unit carries on its ownl wrk" Mrs James Crook; maga-I Sparks ' mN - 1 f'" tmasses at 7:30, 9.00 thigh), 1030 and ence'Wachs, chor (hrector,lrs. Albertlstanic h 10"45 a m morning worship 'yellow dresses with crowns of' ....... ' in zincs, Mrs. Willard Ludlow', exten-;Pantomime--Carl Nolan and Janet Pax-..[VI ,a..*.]|Tf#'/ =.=.,[ ..Tr 11 30 a m Rev R.. C. Bell, pastor Rev. Loeffler. assistant organ st.. will preside' ' Mrs. E. ...... Robinson will speak on the  oA o,a rav of roses iactlvltles -- swimming, hfe-sav g'l . .. v . ,,. , .[ ton F.N. Schmldt, assistant  at the organ Early morning worship at s btect Pe  r P,- ' #. r m JLo%ver, u . oF ao ,. .... a' --- ----..--- I-- e i slon, wllSS oulla .ristensen anu,  -- -n ' , . ^ _ " - u . . ar ......... : 4:_5 .. ...., iianQlcraI aramaucs, natur u , . ong--ray -e ame " St Peter's--Fifty-first street and Sev v a m. toe pastor. Dr. Muelder will ban " e " n weet eas , 1 ..... An interesting feature of the re-I - - . ,: d practice. V rnon Mericle director S d s P " 'u.,_- - .^-* *-^,,o-ooin" as well 'Mrs" Earl Wood. thank offering Recitatmn--I Treed to County My Bless-  ....... ;enth avenue Bey Francis Skroden speak on Youth and Our Day The llln  u,   .......... ital wnicn Will O resemea D  . . is ..... 6.45 p. m.. Junior Crusaders. Mrs. Bore- Sgt. Ernest Salerno was best, .t. -.- I  , tie 11 Mrs. Wilbur Mulhns: spiritual sec- rags --Juanlta Wllson  e p Y pastor. Sunday masses at 8 9 30 and Euphony choir will szng. Second morn- man in char-e, 6-4. n m ,an er S .er ,Ir ., ....... , ..................... - a o Son Evening Prayer --Jeanette John the St Mark s School of Music at 11 30 a. m ng orshlp at 10 50 a m sermon sub- man and Sgt Anthony Romano :  ....... " . _ . !retary Mrs Alfred Krampert' life I son - "! , ] : - - --.: ." "' - - i ivice. Mrs. Gallup in charge- 7:45 pm. ' cn rterea to " ' j 3ec lne same The large roneo cnorus . ' - groomsman A breakfast and dln-" Busses have oeen a memberships. Mrs Durward May. Dialoue --Shir e- Dawson. Donna Mac the school hall tomorrow evening[ st Thomas --. 2506. Sixty-third street. iu, ..... - u.y a is .nren" " s ayn ani band concert, Mr. Mercle leaner: S.00 I e take Iris to and from camp and th f th t man of the ar Rev Joseph Hggms pastor the Rev p m Eartgelistie service Mrs Robin her were served at the br'd's g'  Plans were made for a pot-luckl Rusecki, Bernadine* and Beverly Ree-lis e act a y P "Will'iam o " -- " -- ; it will be observed in the church school' on will s k o e ." t '" r t  erase on  x assmzan r4asses 6 8 10 pea n -. suec -- ea- home with a reception at Polonia since the bus cannot op IDicnic of the roun to be held Julvl per .- !ticipants are brothers and slsterS.,an d 1130 a ' CAT I" .... ' ' ,with a special Children's Day program Sentence ' "--s ......... e ..... * ' " "l o en and close .... Song--"Jesus Friend of Little Chiloren' . . : .................... excep, at 10 a m Youth Fellowship organiza- " ,,= o. ,:. r ........... :Ha 1 later in the day ,Sunday' camp Wl 1 p /5 at the home of Mrs Sydney Kast-I unior de-artment The recltal will begin at 7:30 10 o'clock high mass) 't - --:-'-" .......... Thursday. 7 45 p m Senior Crusaders .... " s rt- " v , ul nl. at o:ou p. m.. rlarola lau-i e ' " t a brief weddin trl S t on Monday Private cars tran po I d o clock i servic Mrs Clifford Block captain Af er g P, g i " man South Seventh avenue. The Children's Day Charade---Warren Se - ORTHODOX CATHOLIC schert, speaker and Miss AnneIlese: Mrs B'ertha "- ....  ' ' ' tnlcn I aaer snd Mrs. Zumpano will return to ing girls must also plan for Mon-!annua I thank offering will be re- dons _ . . i The following will take part:! Horn, leader. " enosha for a few days after i day. !ceived at that time I Panmrmare-dThertLmrdntS .rown ewes ,Delores and Shirley Crosetto Mar-! st..Wicholas Russlau Orthodo=---C .... Sal .... d Wi mot Churches--The Bey  Je.hovah's. Wl ..... 7-Public meeUn W' turn to ] . " -- .  P . . . . . ' !Eighteenth avenue and Forty-third Stanford Strosahl pastor. Sermon topic unaay at zzt ixty-tnird street at 7:45 vhlch the Sergeant ill re , OPA re ulatlons requlre that , Benedtctmn and recessmnal Jorle and Phyllis Hunenlck Harry , m o t ............. , g ........ " [ [ .... , _[street, the Rev. Alexander Pyza. pastor, for both churches, Sunday .... ing P' . n he week of June 11: Study on nls army station a rorm k.arollna each camper turn In a certain num-iRnnff lnh,rnnel I -- --  land Shirley Keefner lleen ann Sunday 10 a m high mass Saturday "Story of Flowers 1 ' Children's sermon subject "Able Ministers" Rein l0 4 in :He is with the Military Pollce. lber of ration tokens. Because the I . .---- "'- . . ]Hod AnBuo Picnic Thomas McMahon Karla and Rita nd SdaYleTcmp i .vVecspero Thursday.:tspie. "Playing Church." Wllmot .... iuedWaitn ch TTWtr. Tuadat 7yuP.rm  . " , i ., " " r boys in p ser ice at 915 a m followed by] " Mrs. Zumpano is an employe Ofirequlre d amount has changed since tO Hoye Vacation choo .................... Mlller Charles Pechous Dnald mintar'" servic ....... ' '- "'. .... book on suhect "The Interpretation of "- "o" relvinato- coman," , _ . ,1 - =--.-. ---. t lvlemoers oi toe retnay utnr-  . ' ..... " 1 .  a' =. ,unuay scnool. alem unaay scnom at'  , v ,= ,,=,,-,* - v ,- Itne camp iolclers were, prmteu anu -- ,,,,,,, o o,a ,, ,,in rems. l-*arlcla amussen, tlorla] ........... [9.30 a m worship service at 1045 a m ,Daniel's Dream." Studies held at 1221 ldiributed, the parents of each .T1}e Baptist Tabernacle, Sixty-[en'.'tte?r nua1"cnie'tomor'ow;and Richard Stocker, Kathleen,] ""'jtleL !Junior ch'urch during th .... hip se:" SoixtYsthird-street. also at C. W. Peter- !? PC2 Hel d tef 'chlldredf r!iiwlll receive individual notlcel thlrd;eaesCt!!street,d:noit:;dann:.and Twenty-fourth]___ y:ycwhsh!iiiielniBnceiiwt=i,i he-+'' .... P^,. ^* ....... Kennethwdp: rtO=sand Lois Tennessen Allan . cgi!Firt Christizn Sixt ....... ! iceii)!riliiPiOSmdMOei!iii!cUtiwil.h children ...... following[ , uth K.i iha' at 7:30 p. m.  0 .... ] ] -- ........ terta;nment and games Members The engagement of Miss Violet: ' ter Stipanuk deve-;The Rev Stanford Strosahl will lead:] i  " ' d " M: 7o:::N: ard as enter-teaCma;P'ill open this week-end i ten:milnje t :sg'::;vim: rnIig plicllnibrlngh/chIrv?lTnb]eU? itn hee ,Madcline erndt, daughter of Mr.[ sh:oileoe:alSr;dLYvinlha" EnnglisShlnldaY i TohremSCraeeef wlt' eepieoPel !i:aSor.Y: r::p..m. pyrroi:ubr "" '  "  " ...... hen *he lead-chorus sin"n" and devotional e- ' and Mrs. Frank Goerndt, Sixth' ' " y. suPerintendent!new members 1 1 " ' : ' ' ' : : ained recently in honor of her on auroay nlgnL W  " I ' - , s-_  ...... y ohurch basement in case of rain p m. Eangeltic serxlee: sermon by birthday at a theater party at ers will hold a four-day session, rloa conouceu Dy Jonn OOlstra- "" " " von ,,o  Wollce ucker Pett !7:30 p" m.. evening service Russian lan-I '= ........... * , s guage Wednesday 7"30 - m -ra'-er Frst Methodist--Sheridan road at S,x- the pastor. Monday through Friday, which a group of her fr'ends were fOllOwing= .............. ma mere wl.:'" ugh'- staff I.  An interestin" Bible lesson will:.  n-- * "Officer 2, c ..... U S Coast. Guard son  meeting. , . *.. -, v  sontieth .... ThstreetI ReVpastFredor. ExtensionElls'wrth SundayFrank- i school90 to Wednesda11 45. DailY7.45 VacatOnm Bible h th v rious of Mr and Mrs Oliver Huekerl Christian Refor y p Mid-week hckctP_se Luncheon was enjoyed training beginning Thursday night[be taught eac day to e a [horn i - . , , . med--eventeenth ave- school. 5810 Thirty-second avenue Myrtle service. Thursday: 7 00 "p. "m.. Youn afterwards at the home of vnss:n =ff o ......... , t e !,k .  , ", , . +,o ,,,, ,,i o ,r. anu ,rs. ,.arles L nn,,-o,a   ain-er last e,enina [John, S.TD..' pastor; residence 1706!school 9":a m W in .. p yer meeting. -'--'-- ...... .;. ; _.....^^. n ome h follow-[ae rouns An added feature of ,  . , r,. i Thlrty-nlnth avenue, was. an-nue, and Fft}-third street. Rev. Edward Creaser. superintendent" Main Sunday Pep le's Pra g Lois Ann Witt, Eleventh avenue. A lng Monoay .noon. . - !,,,IS years, s,,oo, l ,,s .......... iDolan, 6731 Twenty-seventh ave: 'f-,:'t.e-i-h e ^n" levi FIfty'third street, phone 2-'2354. Englishspecia Student Iayrericegraanil'Ui]-i K .... hs Gospel Tabernacle -- Corner ift wm nrP_ented Mis Neward ! Followlng 1S the camp start: r movlng pictures eac. uay. [nue a son June 10 at home -:"" ."  o_ ,, .v  :servmes every Sunday at 9:30 a m. !dren in Music Hall at 9:30 a. m. Morning l Fifty-secnd street and Tenth avenue: . .......  .......... I .,; ro vh,Id executive Included in the corps of teach- ;.. ..... . .. ". . ater servlng In me oum l-'aclnc'ana #:Jo p m iunday school at 11 a mU'worsh t 10 40 n [Rev Percy S DeBrier Pastor Sunda " " ' ,*,.o .. -- " " n - ; "P a : . Dr. Frankso will .... Y, bv the group whlch included the - . . , . io Mr, ano mrs, ugenelwlc aua.  , .... ,, 10. . . , s Marorie Mohr Lois Bert ecretary of the 10cal organlzatlon, lers are: Mrs. Alfred Olson, inter-!5716 Sixteenth avenue a daughter for two years. Both are graduates isoeak on Gods ,xll and Yours. Jean I .30 a. m.. and 7.30 p. m.. eangehstie y,Dolores Myers and Georgia director; Miss Maria Niashee, reg-imediates; Mrs. L. L. Selin, Mrs. J.IJun e 9 at St Catherine's hospital' of the Kenosha High school. --IN ENOSI-IA' IT'S - o  C ....... 'ill i ...... ge on Mesh- (Contln=ed on Page Flea) " " " " '" 1 " ]business mana'ger" Miss helma Gunnar Larson in the'primary de:!pital. ' " _ Notice TFM'_ r .............. Should Include B O W L . nd Mrs uante Car ...... o.,-,,r. l,..,v,,.,,, ! 4).-'-,, / 00.mong the degre00 ana oipioi00: 000000?:etary .'.11 par?00.7 the beginners' .depa00 To .Mr a . . . TOP -- -- "" "---- " mas which will be aarded at the Y men Is under the supervision of 'dInah 5007 Thlrt: third avenue a 1348 54th St. Dial 7157 MILK I 2Z ALLEYS_ 86th "annual commencement exer-v t,se b:::;nPe Ison. June 10, at the Kenosha hes -I : Landgren Dairy |ultormsen s Recreation | cises of Northwestern universitY[Camp Specialists Mrs. John Moses. pita]. High School next Wednesday morning will be lud wate front . " I Specialists inc e--- r ' Miss Carol Burr, Fond du Lac, Wis., I:M:PF_,RIAJ_ WAS,I. g14- $=nd St. | the bachelor of science in educa- Miss Barbara Stripp, Aurora. Ill.; music. SPY tion degree to Otto R. Bacher. 4826 assistant at water front, Miss Janet As in the past two years, two! Summer day camps will be conducted in Kenosha by the Girl Scout organi- zation. Camp Pottawatomie Hills, Jr., will be located at the Girl Scout Little House property, Sev- enth avenue and Seventy-sixth street, and Camp Hi-Oak-Ma at Twenty-second avenue and Wash- ington road. Each day camp will have its own staff and director and Mrs. J. R. Herrmann, iteld secertary of the local organization, is to be the co- ordinating director. Sessions for day camp will run three weeks, beginning June 20. Teaching Hours 9 to 4 Daily (excepting Tues.) 8 to 9 Men. and Wed. Evenings V hour lesson . . . $1.50 1 hour lesson . . . $2.25 ANNA WADE 6408 Sheridan Road Phone 2-1619 Anyone who was unable to call for his Spy on Fri- day morning may get it on Monday afternoon be- tween 2 and 3 o'clock in the High School Library. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Urges You Io Remember lhe Sabbath and Keep il Holy TWO GREAT SERVICES SUNDAY 10:40 A.M.--"Ged's Will and Yours" FRANKSON WILL PREACH 7:30 P.M.---"The Old Sunday School Choir" A RADIO RALLY PROGRAM BY MB. AL CONN Prominent Business Executive and Radio Artist of Chicago SPEND HKPPT SUNDAY EVENINGS AT CHURCH GALLAGHER PAINT CO. 5707 - 7th Av Phone 3488 Buy Seeds Now/ l,tSura yottr supply by gett yOUZ now. Fcr best results use Vigoro fertilizer on lawns and gardens. H011enbeek Hardware, c. 6221- 22nd Ave. Phone 743 USE FILMS CAREFULLY and WISELY RODE'S PHOTO SUPPLY HOUSE .23rd Av Phons -14t Order Screens and Insulation Now! Gordon Lumber and Supply Co. rhone 81S]  - ?t& 8L LASTING GIFTS IPor all  xllrt teJ clock and mwelr reVa/rln 8t ransbl* prices Rakosi's Jewelry Store - 6th Av. ph-m* fill m st. WJSM Milk -- Butter -- Cheese Cottage Cheese Chocolate Drink Green Spot Orangeade 19-69th St. Phone 5IU GIFTS They W'ill Treasure fox Aaniversad and C. S. HUBBARD LET'S GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Hold up our boys in prayer and pray for their well being and safe return. Back the Attack  Buy More than Betore Rode's Photo Supply House 6326 - 23rd Avenue Phone 2-1424 Twentieth avenue. , Nauman, Western Springs, Ill; Virgil M Hancher, president Ol boating, Miss Joan Sanders, Racine; the State University of Iowa, will craft, Miss Doris Eliason, Aurora, deliver the commencement address, lilt.: program specialist, Mrs. Rich- and Franklyn B. Snyder, president ar d Jensen, Sturtevant. of Northwestern, will deliver the: The units will be staffed by: harge to the graduates and will Unit I--Mrs. Robert Larch, Mil- preside at the exercises, iwaukee, leader; Miss Esther leer- son, Stanhope, In., assistant; Miss Mary Eileen Richards IAlma Lazza, Kenosha, craft; Miss ts Minnesot Graduate * , Deloris Dahlman, Elmhurst, Ill., At the commencement exercises swimming. of the University of Minnesota tol Unit II -- Miss Myrtle Powers, be held tonight at Northrup audi-LaGrange. Ill., leader: Miss Leone torium, Minneapolis. Miss Mai'Y:Ulforts, St. Cloud, Minn, assistant; F.ileen Richards. daughter of Dr. Mlss Marjorie Jensen, Kenosha, and Mrs. C. G. Richards. Third ave-!music: Miss Betty Lou Raab, We- hue. will receive a Bachelor oflern Springs, Ill., swimming. Science degree in Medical Tech- i Unit III -- Miss Ann Hebbleth- nology. Dr. Richards will attend,waite Elgin, Ii1., leader; Miss Eliza- the ceremony, beth Tuller, Royal Oak., Mich., as- sistant (part time); Miss Shirley Personal Itemt of ILake, Kenosha, assistant (part Locsl News Interest Itime; Miss Natalie VanFossan, El- Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Olsen!gin, Ill., craft nf Roosevelt road have just re-! Unit IV -- Miss Roberta Pratt, turned after spending a two weeks'iWayne. Ill., leader; Miss Nancy, vacation in California. While'Wright, Oak Park, Ill., assistant; there, they were the guests of Mr.[ Otsen's brother and family. Mr.l and Mrs. Fred S. Olsen of Santa Monica, Calif., who are former Ke - noshar. Corner ot th Ave. and Washlngtn LOTI'IE U. RYliEAR$Oli PASTOR III1 IIWll. II-WlUll Phone 2-3813 ELSIE L THOMAS Piano Recital Monday, June 12  8 P. M. First Methodist Church Music Hall : 7:.: