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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin Reformation Day Attracts Large Crowd CONTINUED'FROM PAGE men in years, to look back to'the sources, back to the Scriptures, back to a per- iod of living vitality out of which the Scriptures grew when Christ walked men, he urged. among "There is a peril in not hav- ing a sense-of history, 4o be- lieve the church has moved only in one life's span. One might miss the whole point without a perspective of his- tory. A sense of history helps in not confusing passing fads with the church. Christ cruci- fied and risen again is the grounds of our faith." Power of the Bible The Bible he said had the power to shake the founda- tions of a whole society. "Re- lease of the. Bible in the ver- nacular languages' revolution- ized all of Europe and chang- ed countless lives." Self-Surrender The third need, the speak- er continued, was not mere in- tellectual assents nor second hand "traditions but a first hand self-surrender. "Protest- antism is possible only on that basis. Only for the man who obeys God is the Protestant tradition at hand." He pointed to Christ's set- ting up service, to others as a requirement, not just being able to repeat theology, and of the Bible pointing out a per- son cannot love God and hate his brother. Dr. McKay called upon Pro- testants to develop a burning sense of out more dog food in this country than is given to missions of all the denominations and that there are six taverns to every school. "Men with a burning ses- sion of mission and a pro- found personal faith have made the world come alive for God's the sem- inary president stressed. Who would have thought that a small group of disciples anc later a group made up of 90 per cent slaves could have overturned an empire and Falls Asleep at Wheel, Fined 'Neenah -A and costs fina was imposed on'Charles J. Frost, Jr., 20, .220 Center he pleaded guilty of inattentive driving when arraigned Saturday Police Justice E. .He was his car struck the rear of, a park- ed car owned by Lloyd C. on Main street at p.nu Thursday. Buhler said he had worked un- til 7 a.m. and then went phea- sant hunting. He fell- asleep and struck the parked car, he said. I David'L. Demney, 18, Higgirfs avenue, was fined and costs after'" he pleaded guilty of speeding on Elm, Grove and E. Cecil streets. John P. Schaefer, 20, Hil- bert, .forfeited for speeding' on N. Commercial street at a.m. Monday. Robert A. Munger, 49, Wav- erly beach, forfeited 'or driving without lights on Jule and Irene streets at a.m. Sept. 26. Teams Section Meeting Set Campaign Workers To be Briefed on Hospital Fund Drive nearly 200 comprising the teams section of the The- da Clark Memorial hospital building fund campaign will meet at p.m. tonight at the Valley Inn for an inform- missions, pointing money is spent on made Christianity he asked. recogniz- Neenah The men and women Driver Pays Fine After Accident Menasha Erwin M. De- Karske, 47, 333 Sixth street, beaded guilty thisj morning jefore Police Justice Arthur J. Ales to failure to yield the right-of-way and was fined and costs. He was arrested Friday night as a result of a 2-car ation and work session. Gen- eral solicitation for funds will start next week. The session is to provide practical information for team members about their specific roles in the campaign. Fol- lowing the informative dis- cussion, members of the teams will select the names of the prospective contribut- ors on whom they will call. The teams section, headec by George E. Elwers and Mrs. Chester D. Shepard, in- cludes two divisions of men's teams and three women's teams. divisions of Each divi- Physicians to Meet Oshkosh A talk on Jaun dice of the Newborn" will be given by Dr. Kenneth Winter ci Marquette university to.the Winnebago County Medical society at its dinner meeting at p.m. Thursday at the Athearn hotel here. sion has six teams and each team is composed of a captain and five team members. The area-wide fund-raising campaign has as its object- ive the raising of a minimum fund of to expanc and modernize the hospita and to increase the number of patient beds to 244 with fur- ther provision for an addition al 68 beds when they are needed. Photo Homecoming Queens Received corsages from Paul Groth, Neenah board of education president, at the homecoming game against Menasha High Saturday during the halftime ceremonies. The queens are, left to right, Penny Yakes, freshman class; Carol Jung, sophomores; Kathy Ryan, juniors; and Bonnie Wolterding, senior class, who presided over the festivities. collision at Third and Milwau- iee streets. His car and one driven by Elvin A. Mauritz, 38, 7191 Appleton street, col- lided after DeKarske stopped for the stop sign. Thomas Towns, 22, 1317 S. Jackson street, Appleton, pleaded guilty of inattentive driving and paid and costs. He was arrested Satur- day morning after his car knocked over a safety island sign at Naymut and Ahnaip streets. Bernard J. Kluba, 35, route 1, Menasha, pleaded guilty to- day to speeding and was fiS- ed and costs. He was clocked at 40 m.p.h. on Second street Saturday morning. Joseph A. Leifermann, 33; 132 Andrew street, Neenah forfeited and costs for an illegal left turn from Tayco street south Main street. and east onto K-C Union to Receive Officer Nominations Neenah Local 482 of the International Brotherhood o Mill Workers will receive nominations for its 1960 offic- ers at its meetings Nov. 11 Twin City Deaths Mrs. John Oskar, Sr. Neenah Mrs. John Oskar, Sr., 67, of 141 Jackson street, died at 9 a.m. today after a month's illness. She was tak- en to Theda Clark hospital at a.m. today after suffer- ing a heart attack.' She was jorn March 12, 1892 in Osh- cosh and resided in Neenah the last 40 years. Funeral services will be icld at 2 p.m. Wednesday at St. Paul's English Lutheran church with the Rev. Samuel H. Roth, pastor emeritus, in charge. Burial will be in Jreenlawn Memorial park. Friends may call at the Westgor Funeral home from 2 p.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday and at the church after Wednesday noon. Survivors include the wid- ower; five sons, John, Jr., Ap- pleton, Harold, Green Bay Donald and Kenneth, Neenah and Richard, at home; two brothers, Rudy and Edward Werner, Oshkosh; two sisters Mrs. Joseph Dimphl and Mrs Harvey Oshkosh ant two grandchildren. and 25. The Dec. 9. election will be Voss Funeral Menasha Funeral servic es for Charles J. Voss, 71, o 604 First street, who died un expectedly at his home Satur day morning will be held a 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary Catholic church. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. He was born April 26, 1888 in Appleton and lived in Men asha the last 46 years. He was employed by the Marathon di Two Appleton Men :ined for Conduct Menasha Two Appleton men forfeited and costs ;oday in police court on char- jes of drunkenness and dis orderly conduct arising out ol a fracas Saturday night in a Tayco street tavern. They are Charles Promer 21, 427 E. Wisconsin avenue and Arthur Sullivan, 23, 325 Taft street, both of Appleton. They were arrested at Wa ter and High streets by a ciiy policeman who chased them from the tavern after the bar tender complained they wen using foul and abusive Ian guage. Promer and Sullivan were held overnight Saturday an released Sunday morning af ter posting bond. Man Fined for Speeding in Neenah Neenah Richard W. Mey er, 26, 137 Gruenwald avenue pleaded guilty of speedm and was fined by Polic Justice Edmund P. Arpin tin morning. Meyer was arrested at a.m. Saturday on N. Commer- cial street when he was clocked at 44 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone. Three points will be charged against his driving record. Idler Cracks 597 Series in frinity Loop Cox Powers 228 Game, 568 Triple In Mixed League Neenah Frank 'Heller's 235 game and 597 series paced he Trinity Lutheran Men's club bowling action Saturday night at Lakeroad Lanes. Truitt Cox slammed a 228 :ame and 568 trio to sweep lonors in the Ball and Chain Mixed league Sunday night at akeroad. Women's honors went to; Cathy Sodermark with her 308 threesome. Belly Jensen bowled a triplicate of 138 sin- lies. Lakeroad Lanes lost to Raulf alleys of Oshkosh o in a match game Sun- day. "Rocky" Monty led the Neenah team with a 231 game and 579 series. Bill Karuhn lad 560. Elmer Shew bowled 585 and Marlyn Braun 574 for Oshkosh. In another match game, Hedberg Drugs outscored Keil Speed Queens of Ripon 651 Set To Pace Mixed League Monday, November 2, 1959 Appleton Pott-Crescent IS' Bears Clinch Tough Grid League Title Tip Packers 6-0 Boosting Mark to 4-0; Four List 2-2 Menasha _ The Bears Kuchan ted clinched the championship in. _ _. Clubs 246 Game; Bartman Garners 'Goof-Off' Honors Menasha Erhart "Hez- zie" Lang clouted a 246 game and 651 series to dominate the Mid-Town Mixed Couples Bowling league Sunday night at the Mid-Town alleys. Joe Spilski and Gerald Kroil each had 568 series and John the Menasha Fifth and sixth j grade touch football league by edging the Packers 6-0 Saturday morning. o paced Bang's 584. by "Hezzie" Menasha Utility in New Store Location Menasha The water and commission offices now are located at 182 Main street, site of the former Chudacoff grocery. The city office, in which the water and light utility had been located, will be rearrang- ed. Utility bills may be paid in the new store. The winners have a 4-0 rec- ord with one game left. Ev- ery other team has at least two setbacks. In Saturday's other games the Lions beat the 49ers 26-0 and the Colts recorded a 12-6 yriumph over the Giants. Trailing the Bears in the standings are the Lions, Colts and Packers, all with 2-2 marks, and the 49ers and Gi- ants with 1-3. Wayne Seattle scored the Bears' touchdown on a 5-yard run in the win over the Pack- ers. Bill Matowitz tallied on a 45-yard punt return and 40- interception in the Colts' victory over the Giants and land Dick Walbrun had honor games of 225. There were no women's hon- or scores but Bernie Lang was just a pin shy of a 500 series. The Badger Oil and Mor- ton Drugs teams are tied for first place with 9-3 records. Joe Bartman tallied a 566 series in the Good-Off Mixed league Sunday night at Mid- Town. There were no honor games of 225 or better. Clarence Plotz collected a 558 series for runnerup hon- ors. vision for over 25 years, re- tiring two years ago. Friends may call at' the Kessler Funeral home where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. tonight. J Fast, Expert 24 HR. SERVICE 20% Discount on All Garments 10% OFF on All Household Articles "Cash Carry" LARSON CLEANERS 113 S. Comml St., Nesnah Dial 2-4161 We Pick-Up Deliver The Sleepy team is in first place with 15 straight wins and a 5-game edge over the runnerup club. 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