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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              Page Speakers Named For Taxpayers Picnic August 6 A circuit the director at the Wisconsin conservation commission and leader in the state legisla ture wffl headline the picnic pro gram at Whitehall Au gust The ontlng urin be sponsored by the Trempealeau County Taxpayers jx MacCornacfc of said the general public and other taxpayer groups In this area are Circuit Judge Clarence Rln ehard of Chippewa Fans wffl ad dress the picnic on and Julius Spearbraker of Clinton assembly chairman of the leg islative finance will discuss problems that will be faced by the IMS Wisconsins conservation program will be discussed by the director of the tate conservation Ernest Swift of John Bosshaxd of La attorney and a member of the La Crosse County Taxpayers wffl tali on Organized Taxpayer Action and Good The Whitehall High school band will A Trempealeau Valley league ban game between Arcadia THE WINONA TOLY 1948 nd Whitehall the will take place to In all about species of birds are belonging to more than 140 different LAST NIGHT James Craig In MAN FROM TEXAS Pins Chapters 1213 TEX GRANGER Shown TOMORROW Also Showing Monday TERRIFIC THRILIS of lilt JunjU la Ihi bli boo pogan land of Kintt Ian prison for JOHNNY HSMILET Intnxtudne Pins Late Comedy Color Cartoon Sport Keel Sunday Shows IS579 30o till 2 THE COOLEST SPOT Bi TOWN AchievementDay Winners Winners In the anntial Winona county 4H Achievement day contests held In the Winona Junior High school auditorium Wed nesday are listed Toot fntfrntlea Class I Bln4 ribbon Red ribbon White ribbon Bnnelska Betty and Doris stockton Food Prenrratlen Class TJ ribbon Charles Rosemary and Dorothy Bed ribbon lOnnelaka wi Delight Wlnoaa route two Doro thy Winona route two Sandra Beverly Wlnona and Marlene Fowl Preparation ribbon Wi nona route two Geraldlne Lewlston Lorraine and Jane Ked ribbon 8t Charles Elaine and Cornelia Winona route White ribbon Charles Marian Ju dlth Winona two Anils Chmrlw Patty CorneUa ribbon wi Mary Leu Mar rtblxm Red ribbon food PreserralloB Oow IV Brae ribbon and Cornelia Winona route Red ribbon Wi nona rou Whlw ribbon and Shirley Bread Baking Class I ribbon and Barbara Wl route Bed rtbbon WI and Cornelia Wl ana ribbon Charles Rita Charles Oretchen Donna Camp titles Arlyn Dakota San dra Dakota Mary Lou Marou and Marlene Rush Bread Baking Class n Blue ribbon Red ribbon White ribbon Winona route two Donna Charles Arlyn Dakota Dorothy i Utlca Sandra Dakota Joan Laraollle Shirley Marou and Barbara Winona route Bread Baking Class ITI arleae routa Food Preparation Class m Blue ribbon Winona route three Naacy nona routs three Betty Ml Iska Donna Winona route two Beverly Winona route two Mar lene Bujhford Lorraine and Elaine Bed ribbon Wi nona route two Marian Utlca Delight Winona two Joan Winona three Shirley Marou Rushford Marlene Lewlston Oeraldlne and Cor nelia Winona route White ribbon Nlnte Charles Suzanne Lewls con Patty Lewlston Dorothy Winona two Donna Dakota Ardls TJtlca Mary Lou Rushrord Phyllis Lewlston Jeanette and Pat ty Winona Food Preparation Advanced Blue ribbon Red ribbon Homeoaaklnc Assistance Clals I and Ehirlcy CloiiJnj CUw I Blue ribbon aona two Marilyn Winona route DaJcota Judith route two Homer two Phyl and Cornelia Wlsoaaa ronte ribbon Carol Wl nona route two DeUght Winona route three Stockton Gleunia Stoeiton EdltJi Charles Jeanne TJtlca Erelyn Ash Wtoona route Elizabeth Bami Homer Helen Otlca Shirley ana Mary Lou Dorothy two Marjozle While Winona route and Joanne ClothlnjClass Blue ribbon and Lucille ribbon Wl nona route two Jeanne TJtica Rosemary Winona one Lou Lewiston Merry Cady and Marilyn Winona Blue ribbon Winona route Thrift Blue ribbon Eons toa Elaine Winona two Sally Homer Dorothy Sorbo and Cornelia Winona route Red ribbon Wl cona two Dorothy Winona route two Agnes 8t Charles Judith Winona Lou Rolilngstone Lucille Rushforci Phyllis Lewlston Barbara and Agnes Advanced Clothing Red ribbon route Home Fttrntihinff Class I Blue ribbon Red ribbon Wi nona route Borne Furnishing Class Red ribbon Dakota Blue ribbon j white ribbon Winona three Arlyn Dajwinoria route Home Fprnlshlnff Class m ribbon kota Dorothy Utica Darline Uclca Joan Utfca Lorl i ectta Winona route two LaVonne I Dresbach Linda Dresbach Peter Winona route and Darlene j and Delores ribbon Wl Winona route Bed ribbon Wi Blue ribbon Stockton Doris winners Elaine Stockton Elaine Winona route two Ruth Charles Arlyn Dakota Ag nes Charles Joan route three Donna Winonainona one Jerome Winou route two Rose Mary route and Diane Charles Charles Jean white rlbfccn Mlnnelska Maxine Charles Donna Charles Peggy Homer Mary Ann WJnona route wo Donna Utlca Joanne Wlsona route three Delores Winona route two Marlene Lewlston Sharon Winona route anci Marlene Lamollle and Cornelia Winona White ribbon route one i route snd Beverly Red ribbon Hous1 Winona route ton Betty Stockton Edllh MucJi Homcmakinr Assistance Class n Charles Donna Charles Red ribbon Da Betty Minneuka Rita and Mary Alice Riishlord Charles Gretchen Mlni Homemaking Assistance Class rv Winona route two Charles Wi nona route two Alice Dakota Alice Dresbach Betty Dresbach James Dresbach Bar bara and Carol Papen Winona Home Beaatifleatlon Blue ribbon Lou Marou and Merry ribbon Wi nona route one Arlyn Dakota Dorothy Dakota Shirley Marou Rushibrd Elaine Lewls and Lorraine White ribbon Wheat Price Support Rates In County Set Details of the price support pro gram for 1948 crop wheat us It ap plies to Wlnoea County farmers were revealed today by Raymond Chairman of the Wlnona conservation county agricultural Under government or pur chase fanners In the county are assured of a top price of a This la for dark hard 1 hard winter 1 heavy dark northern spring and 1 heavy northern spring To wheat must be stored In approved bins or granaries on the in CCC approved ware or In terminal warehouses Wneat delivered to the terminal markets at Minneapolis and Duluth will receive support as high as a The Winona county rate o allows for transportation costs from here to the Schell ex The national average sup port for wheat is a bushel represents 80 per cent of the parity figure of July the beginning of the marketing year In only wheat grading 3 or better is but wheat grading 4 or 5 solely on that otherwise would grade at least can iiates on wheat which grades lower than or in the case of spring lower than are from one to 1 heavy cents a neiska Donna Winona route two j Blue ribbon Arlyn 1 Charles Patricia Lewiston Diane Winona route two Donna TJtlca Jolene Mlanels Darllnc Utlca Mary Ann Pap Winona route and Mary Lou White ribbon wlnnera GlennJs Stockton Virglnlh Charles Ar Horaemaklnr Assistance Class V Blue ribbon Charles Dors Charles Virginia Charlea Ardls and Jeanette Red ribbon Its Wlnona route three Pauline Lewiston Andrea Winona route Rolllnestone Dorothy TTtlca Sandra Dakota Judith Winona route two Shirley Ruahlord Marilyn Winona route two Winona route and Barbara Winona route Bread Bahlnjt ClUM IV Red Ribbon White ribbon Bread Baktar CJaw V Blue ribbon Bed ribbon White ribbon and Barbara Wlno na route Food Preparation Class X Slat ribbon Wtnona route 3 Nancy Winona route three Donna Charles Ardls Utlca Marlene jewiston Geraldlne Lewlston Lorraine anci Elaine Bed ribbon Zharles Patty Lewlston Diane Wlnona and Phyllis White ribbon Winona route two Marian Utl and Donna White ribbon Winona route two Elaine Carol Winona route two San dra Dakota Beterly Winona two Andrea Wl aod Louise Winona route Blue ribbon ENDS TOXIOBT Starrett Smiley Burnetto TERROR TRAIL Flat Comedy Musical Serial The Vigilante Chapter 11 Shows 79 12C3GC SUNDAY MONDAY Plus Cartoon Royal 4 Sun eta Evening WEST END THEATRE COMFORrABLT COOl Next Week At the Theaters STATE Monday Colinan and Signe Hasso In A Double Life with coior cartoon and Howard and Ingrid Bergman in Intermezzo with sport cartoon and Cummins Charles Cobum In Green Grass oT Wyoming with one reel sport reel and WINOXA Monday Johnny Weiss imiiler and Joyce In Tarzan and thr Mermaids wltii sport color cartoon and Thursday BpEte Henry Fonda and George Brent In Jezebel Edward In A Slight Case or Mur der and Saturday Tim Holt and Nan Leslie n Western Heritage with sport last two episodes of Tez Granger 14th and 35tii and AVON Monday Jon Hall and Margaret Lindsay in Vigilantes Re turn plus Laurcj and Hardy in Way Out Wednesday Hedv Lamar and Dennis OKccfe In Dishonored Lady with Erro comedy and sport Friday Joan Caulfield and Claude Rales in The Unsuspect ed with Popeye Saturday Sonny Tufts and Ana BJyth ic Swe Guy wJtn Kennedy comedy and color WEST Monday Clark Gable and ebcrafc Kerr is The Hucksters color Thursday Betty crablc and Dan in Mother Wore Tights and speaking o Preston Poster and Gall Iatricfc Jn Klnn o the Wild Horses the first episode of Jungle Girl and last episode of The Garden Blue ribbon Houston Winona route and Roger Red ribbon Da kota Jean Mlnnelalca Delight Winona route two Kennetn Kel Winona route two Loretta Winona route two Wayne W1 nona route two Delores Winona route two Richard WJnona route i two Ronald Winona route and Donna White ribbon Benter Winona route fend Sharon Winona route Silent Bread Demonstration B3ue ribbon Winona route one Qlennis Luhmann Stoctton Donna Utica Rita Charles Betty Lou Thesl Lewiston Dorothy and ENDS TONITEI Douglas Shows in THE EXILE TOMORROW Also Showing Monday DOUBLE LIFE with JSIGNE HASSO EDMOND OBRIEN See Ronald Colrnan in the thrilling performance that won him the ACADEMY AWARD for the Best Actor of Pins Latest News Color Cartoon Sunday Shows 40e till 2 MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT Frnlt vrlaaers Corn Blue ribbon Al Potatoes Blue ribbon Winona route Red ribbon LamoHle Arlyn Kenneth Winona route Conservation and Blue ribbon bushel lower than the loan rates for top grade The support pro offered through Commodity Credit will be open through December Scheli Loans on wheat will mature April or earlier on Under the purchase agreement which guarantees support without the necessity of taking a the fanner indicates the num er of bushels of wheat on which he desires price support and pays a service fee on this He then can deliver any amount of the commodity up to the number of bushels he and he will receive the announced price support for Purchase agreements wffl also be offered on 1948 rye and but support prices for these commodities have not yet been Schell The service fee for purchase agree ment support is onehalf cent for the maximum number of bushels for which the farmer wishes sup The minimum service fee is There is no purchase agree ment program for Fanners may obtain fun details of both loan and purchase agree ment programs from the county Triple A office located at Schell Darllne Red ribbon ulnners Marle Bert Kibitzer Parks The emcee of ABCs listener participa tion prize and music Stop the heard over KWNO and BTWNOPM Sunday at 6 takes time out during tha rehearsal of the show to talk to harpist Gloria Sroadway Guests on Winchell Spot Louis Calhern and Ferenc Mol Gunman Stores 23 Persons In Refrigerator Twenty three stored to a refrig erator while a bandit looted a res thawed today while the owners counted their A lone gunman locked eight em ployes of Howard Johnson restau rant in a big refrigerator yesterday while he waited for someone to open the As tradespeople deliv ering to the they join ed the employes one by one In the Milton Turner of Ridge described as the ap and the gunman forced him to open the Turner then Join ed the others in the The losses were immediately The bandit was rather consider said his who were in a serious state of shock when police liberated them five hours He tossed them ail the he could and several bottles of whisky to help keep Wins Verdict for 1941 Auto Injuries International Falls A dis trict court jury yesterday gave star and Qrotberg Little a1 of The Plays the dalnage verdict for Broadway hit will Join recclved 30 1941 when he ene Francis as her first guests struck by a drlven by John the summer edition of the Jergens International against Dotty Plots Show For Gagwriters Dorothy Lamour has submitted situations for an imaginary Eddie Cantor spots on his return from a European ft satire on the Old West and a sketch with Al Jolson as a she would like to have the gagwriters work over on the Sunday broadcast of ABCs Comedy Writers Show which is heard at 9 THEYPLOT In 4 Squad Car Cop Now Pounding Beat Oklahoma City Patrolman Ringwald is back pounding a beat In a little over a year of police work he has been in four prowler car Ann washing gloves Arlcne hemming dish towels Judy sprlnk and ironing clothes Mary oumal on Sunday at 8 over Calhern and Molnar will be in terviewed on the quarterhour Broadcast in the Stork by Miss who in will tecuss the latest Hollywood and Broadway Serving as summer replacement or the following five weeks for Wal er who is on program will include a fivemin ute world news summary by Ben whom the verdict was Ameche to Welcome Violinist to Show South and his violin will be welcomed by Jim Ameche when Personal Autograph moves to a new at 7 over KWNO and Assisting Jim with making Eddie feel at home will be five swinging Honey Dream mimic Sonny Howard and the George Barnes Rex Maupin directs the Dakota Jeanne utlea Jolene Koetter Jiln neista Mary Charles Doris and Arlis route White ribbon Wachholz Stockton Lois Houston Carol Stockton Lois aicksoo Lamollle Joan Dakota Ruth St Charles Virginia CharlesMary Ann Winona route two Eliza beth Winona route and Betty Winona route B1UE KIBBON WINNERS Foods Demonstration Betty Lorraine and Shirley on achool day luncheon Oerald ne making milk party drink and Elaine Sackreiter making breakfast Mary Jane Ellsworth roils s oils Rita accurate measuring FINAL SHOWING The Bnmstentl Famil in ELONTJIES Kennedy Comedy Adventure Cartoon Shows I2c30e Tax STARTS SUNDAY SHOWING THEOCGH MONDAT Big Double Feature Show FULL LENGTH LACGH RIOT PLrS HIT BoldMt dajj of Western fc Told In flaming color 3onnle potato salad dishwashinp Corlyc c cheese souffle Barbara muj Glcnals baking powder bis ivhole wheat Sreaa Delia Marie EUingfcuy bread Corlyn mint and Elalno Dated ClothJnr DemonitratloDi Cornelia placketi Lucille Kry izer laundering a woolen sweater Mar lait years clothlnc Tor this years lasalon Merry hat In 20 mmutri Loretta towelsJo aaae malclcs a ana Jean place AfrlCLltaril DemonitrBtloni Jerome designs on wood Delares burns Agnes first alo treatment o bams Andrea Eltaian paint tag pictures Dorotny and Delight Penner producing quality eggs Charles Hagedorn cutting and piantlne and Mar leedtog a dairy call RED EfflBOX WDfNEE Foods JDemonstratlonc mating cocoa Rosemary salad holder Agnes zippers MarUyn hat and purse Yv reraoTtog print from Waj Out TVMt irtll be shown at The Ketora will shown open at Attend early IScSic 12c30e CO3OKG TTESDAT Heily LMnarr In JULY VOLUME 134 Published inert afternoon txcept nnaaj oy The Wlnonn 07T VaK Second SUBSCRIPTION BATES OeUrerea by SMTICT Per week 3t tt weeks 63 weeks ay mall strictly tn stopped on expiration In Pejrtn and cOolxCtet 1 ycv I months H 00 J months CJ5 1 month SSe 1 f roooOa 3 months 1 moDlb i Entered u Hcoadclasm matter u 4gj gf of Warch 1 irn dressing Jean Betty Rice and Betty bread Judith Kel scalloped corn Sandra packing a luncheon Louise baked custard Theresa irozen raspber ries Lorraine setting table Marlene setting table Elaine table setting Beverly table setting Don na correct measuring Barbara butter frosting Rosemary Ninte school lunch pall Virginia master mix Marine white cake Joanne gingerbread Barbara gingerbread Dorothy table setting Nancy accurate measuring and Marlene deviled Agricultural Demonstrations Charles concrete on the farm Marilyn simple bandages Darrel rope knots James making a bird feeder Jerry Robb and Mark windbreaks Mary health Arlyn raspberry plant ing Maxine phenothlasine treat ment Mary transplanting a to mato plant David feeding a lamb WHITE RIBBON WINNERS Foods Donna sandwich Evelyn Ashe meal planning Barbara Krenzke and Betty creamed eggs on toast Ear en table setting Alice drop cookies Donna cleaning and Francis washing Clothing Carlotta making a bed Beverly painting pictures Dlanne decals Jean pressing seams Mary Lou buttonholes Jeanne and Doris AiricBltnral Demonstrations Norbert a bed Fred erick control of corn borer Carroll electric pig and Carl raising WEDDING DANCE In honor of Rosemary Ashelin and Sylvester Erpelding at WINONA ARMORY July 27 Music by DALE SIMONS and his Blue Denim Boys DANCE American Society Hall Winona TONIGHT ROY THOEN SCANDINAVIANS OLD TIME NEW TIME Where Dancing Costs DANCE Winona Union Club TONIGHT Music by Roy Benedict and His Orchestra OOTCZ glolM ia OB Lilian tonight end at American Broadcasting Company DANCING AT THE Silver Palace Corner East Wabash and Chatfield Streets TONIGHT DANCE ACORN BALLROOM TONIGHT Mnsic by ELMO JOHNSON and HIS SWINGMASTERS Sponsored by CnrUng Club SAMUEL PETTENGILl Gentleman from Indiana Feats of heroism in the Northwest at a Mountie and his Eskimo meet The CHALLENGE of the YUKON High adventure Fascinating animal EACH SATURDAY EVENING KWNO 1230 on your dial KWNOFM megacycles American Broadcasting Company eolumoijt bringing yw o keeo onalysij ef todays political end oomk Today and every Sunday KWNO 1230 on your dial KWNOFM megacycles American Broadcasting Announcement Plan to Have Sunday Dinner at die Steak Shop NOTICE The American Society Picnic has keen postponed to a later date on account of road WATCH FOR LATER DATE No Matter What Happens Edward Arnold HASNT ANYTHING TO WORRY ABOUT HELL STILL BE President ABCs President is enjoying u always Hes keeping calm and at the very time storm warnings are being hoisted over troubled political Platform even bullets are old stuff to this seasoned Hes weathereid them all a winner every HEAK EDWARD ARNOLD PRESIDENT EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON KWNO 1230 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