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   Bruce News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 29, 1948, Bruce, Wisconsin                               VOLUME 47 NO. BUSK OKJNTT. Wtt, THURSDAY, AFBIL 29, ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 18, 1MI Schmoll Brothers Give The Bruce Lunch The New Look j Community News Briefs IILUK IIILUS POTH EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR GET COMPLETE GOING OVER btiLblNO IS IKJtBLY ATTEACTIVB The SdunoD Brothers, George and Harold have certainly given the Bruce Lunch a completely new exterior and almost the for the interior. The brothers have the assistance of Mrs. Emma Pavift for cooking and four others help with the serving. The Bruce Lunch it open from 6 a. la. until 11 or m. The interior is -designed to amke the place very attractive and at the same time it is no arranged to expidite serving of the patrons. The two brothers spent six thousand dolhua in improving the place of business and equipping it Donna Mattison had an appendicitis C'peratir-K os Saturday. WINDFALL with >Mrs. Nellie the garden CUC. will meet Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sherwood' Members don't forget spent Sunday in Superior. exchange. iMr. and Mrs. Dick Ritland of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Grzybowski Chippewa Falls spent Sunday after-' and daughter spent the week end at noon at the Oscar Johnson and i the Roy Vreeland home, returning to Sieck St. Pawl Sunday afternoon. Donna i n i A eroup friends and relatives remained for a longer visit. WP- Mr. Oscar Johnson Lother League met at Frank Tiegs her birthday Monday night Local Student Receives Top Rating In Saturday Contest most heartily. Drop in and me this fine new mnd jet old familar place of business. PROPRIETORS OP THE NEW BRUCE LUNCH Sun Photo for News-Letter. 1 Monday evening. Mrs. Floyd Ponsler H. S. Jacobson has taken 01 absence from his job in Minneapolis and wil spend the summer with his family here. He will continue his work here with his power paint sprayer. Mr. and Mrs. Case visHefl at the Ed Simmons home Sunday evening. ..Aiis. i ._ ,.K She was called there by the Illness of her daughter. Mrs. A- Zimmerman and Mrs. L. Case were Rice Lake callers on Thursday. and LA KM Correction for last weeks Mrs. Edwin R. Ketner Jr., formerly Miss Alice Witkiewicz, arrived from Norfolk, Virginia where husband was stationed in the navy, to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Witkiewicz. Jacob Geisler sowed oats for Mr. B. Host and Clifford Thtjmpson last week, and for Gerald Schweigert brat Monday. "Mrs. John Geisler, Johnny anl visited at the A. Anselm home Pulaski Lake on Sunday. of Hawkins spent Tuesday at Benson home. Ifce Dramatic Club met at the Glen Mattison home Tuesday evening. Harry Dauer spent the week end with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, E. Vreeland. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sherwood visited Thursday evening at the Amiel Benson home.. Guy Slater is the owner of a new Ford tractor and other machinery, delivered this week. BKUCE PUBLIC SCHOOLS COMING EVENTS JUNIOR FrK. April 30 CLASS May 18 May 21 PROFESSOR OSCAR HAL'GH OF SUPERIOR STATE COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER. Professor Oscar Haugh of the English department of the Superior State College will be the Commence- ment speaker for the senior gradua- tion on Friday, iMay 21. Mr. Haugh has also served on the faculty of the University of Min- nesota. LOUISE WOODMANSEE GIVEN HONOR RATING AT MADISON FORENSIC MEET Friday the four local forensic winners at Eau Claire went to Madison to compote in a state meet. They were accompanied by their coach, Mrs. Evelyn Alvey. Mr. Clausen made the trip by car with the group. In the field of humorous declama- tion, Arlene Eke received a B rating. In serious declamation Kathy Reese leceived a C rating. In the field of original oration Lois Jean Klinger ii-i-eived a U rating and in the field of extemporaneous reading Louise Woodmansee received an A rating. Rusk County farm j Dews find Views South CaleyLake Mr. and Mrs. _ 3 l> -i Tr Clifford Thompson EXTERIOR OF THE NEW BRUCE LUNCH. Stm Stadia Photo far TWO EVENTS FOR COUNTY YOUTH NEXT WEEK From its inception the chib adopted a policy of bringing distenguished artists to the city, Who had not previously been heard in the North- west, including Madame Schumann- Heink. Leopold Godowsky, Feodor i Eathron and family, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Sempf and daughter, Mr. and Krt. Guywhaller and Adeline Mueller of Chippewa Falls were visitors at l the John McLean home Saturday l evening. Mrs, C. Thompson, Mrs. D. Me- Eathron and Mrs. A. Sempf spent Thursday afternoon at ihe Louis Leitz home. Mrs. John McLean visited with Mrs. Anna Blomherg Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. Thompson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John McLean were callers at the Arthur Mrs Charlie Schott and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jordan and Daryl Spent Sunday afternoon at the Harris home. Little Ruth Ann Roach played with the Schott girls a little white. Win. Pillion called at the Harris home Saturday. Fred Hofer fixed the roof of the barn at the Gehrmann farm last week, a piece of tin had blown loose. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schott and CtwrHe went to Ladysmith on buaines on Sunday. Wm. Fillion has been suffering bad cold. LAKIO Ed Sirek, County Agricultural Agent 1 Albert J. Zahradka, Erosion Control i After an interruption of the past 6 months the Home Agents service in I the county agricultural extension j M PETERSON OMITTED FROM HONOR STfDENTS LAST WEEK The name of Marion Peterson should have been listed third in rating the students for the class of 1948. Her average was 112.37. office will be again extended to folks Mrs. Herbert Goff, Kay and Fritz spent Saturday with Mrs. LOTUS attended Tony on Many from this district the boxinjf tournament at and Mrs. Guy Moon is helping out at the Phillips Cafe. Atwood ncoTTiilanied 30 fifth and sixth graders from the Bloomer Grade School to Eau Claire Saturday where they participated in the Wis- consin School of the Air Music Festival. This is an annual event and is conducted by Professor Gordon of Madison. (Bud Atwood was an attendant at the Sauey Anderson wedding at Hawkins on Sunday. 8 p. m. and wil feature Rev. Arthur Bergmans of Stockholm, Wis. as soneVader and speaker. Formerly B Mud Brook Valley The Sawyer County Ministerial Association is sponsoring a Youth for Christ Rally at Exeland and a Banquet at Radisson; both events to Chaliapin and others who made their i SemPf noine Wednesday evening. U held next week, on Friday anl first appearances in Minneapolis as j RobeTt of New "Richmond Saturday nights, assisting artists with the Apollo j trom Wednesday to Friday at The Youth Rally will be held TWay Club. The Club has given numerous ithe SernPf nome- 7tb at the Exeland Village Hall at concerts in outside cities. It has t We hear that George Smalley appeared on several ocassions with IllOltNAI I I tnlisted in the army, and that he will the Minneapolis Symphony move a house near the James Larson in addition to its over 125 private j Miss Dorothy Mayou of Su Joseph's house for his family to live in. Mrs. missionary to Alaska, Mr. Bergmans concerts in Minneapolis. WiHram Mac I Hospital in St. Paul. Minn., visited Smalley is the daughter of Mr. and is now Pastor of a Mission Covenant of the MavPhail School of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'C. H. Mrs. James Larson. church and is the regular song-leader of the Lake Pepin Youth for Christ. He wiT! show a natural wild-life film, "Bears of Local talent of the county will furnish special music. All ages are welcome and there wifl no admission charge. et 6-30 p. m. at the Radisson Free Church parlors. Toastmaster and speaker will be youthful Jim Wilson, director of "High School Christian Fellowship" of Mpls. A sound film will be shown and there will various toasts and games. This event will be limited to youths and there will be a charge of 60 cents per plate. Mayou recently. i Mrs. C. A. Beebe entertaim-d the HonwmaVrf's Club on April 13 with 10 members present and 5 visitors. Centennial plans were discussed. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hoatfhiml on May 4th. APOLLO CLUB OF MINNEAPOLIS TO PRESENT CONCERT AT RICE LAKE Music is conductor of this splendid male chorus which makes it a memoriw all worfls and music for every public appearance. Undoubtedly this will be one the finest musical treats ever to be Trroufrht to the city of Rice Lake. Von will want tci votir tickets early since there will a limited number of ?eats available. Tickets v.-jll be on sale at the Overhy Music week getting acquainted Store, Wells Music Store, and High new grandson. School Principals Office in Rice take, j iMr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson took They may also be purchased through j their sons, Peter and Paul into your local high scnool music director, i Doctor Whalen last Monday, both Remember if you want to Itear this i have been sick. splendid concert get your tickets The Bureau of Home Improvements early. with the i Arrangements are being made for the Apollo Club of Minneapolis to five a concert May 8th at p. m. in the Rice High School gymnasium as a climax to the Band j Festival. The Apollo Hub, a male chorus of over one hundred voices was organized in and ia oldest of the musical the city of Minneapolis which have survived to the present time and CLEAN-UP BEE SCHEDULED FOR PARK SUNDAY Adam Schiessl is calling: for all possible help to get the ball park in shape Sunday. The diamond needs to be levelled, a new backstop needs be built and the bleachers need to he painted- Men and young men turn As the week ended the roads were breaking up near the Mud Brook bridge and along the Flambeau river. Frank Stevens of Amacoy Lake delivered 3 truck loads of sand at the Alexander McEathron barn for a cement floor, Gavle MrEathron spent 4 at couple of days at the home of her the Chippewa County board meeting son, Tony near Weyerhauser last last week. The Mud Brook Valley 4-H Pals met and organized for the year on Sunday afternoon. Leader Mrs. Ann McEathron, Leader for the girls Mrs. Edith Taylor, Leader for the boys Gayle McKathron. Next meeting will he May 19th at the Charley Taylor of Menomonie installed lightning home. rods on the barn and silo at Gilbert i Betty McEathron returned to the Nelsons. Minnesota Bible College at Minn- Mrs. Anne Bjorkman -was guest of, eapoliu on Monday after a week at honor at the home of "Mrs. Morris "home. Nelson last Wednesday. It was her Richard Leuthi is employed fiy 75th birthday. She was given a Rusk county. shower of lovely handkerchiefs. A j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McEathron ar- delictous pot luck lunch was nerved, j lived on Monday night from Clarion, Mildred Johnson arrived home from Iowa where he had been holding a St Paul last Saturday night where j meeting. He win preach for his oat Sunday to help at the park. Brine she has been working since January, your own tools such rakes and Mr. and Mn Bretajr of Ladysmith P> at one o'clock sharp. I railed at the GiRwrt Nelaon home on j Saturday. Oinnnj vwrtorw nt the Work has been started this week Gflbert Neboa home were Ann on a new root beer stand on the of their former Texaco Comer on Ufhwaya maintained wntinwras activity, throughout the period txtstance. It also of Uw 40 8. We understand that Wm. otdeat M well of the lancnt. Johnaon and Voree and matt choraiei the United foiat to operate it OToofe. Rudy Zchm, Donald and Ctunminffs. Mr. and Mn. i JweleenMd n Km to week at tte St father at High Banks on Sunday ntorniny. The town of and Birch Greek wet Moe4ay afternoon on the road tooth of the Hifh Banks TVy wiU have the sharp Uttfe MUa ent down with a BanU SWMT left on Tiainaj far I of Rusk County. The past week the Agricultural Committee of the Co- unty board of Supervisors inter- viewed two applicants and hired Miss Eulilla Emberson of Oconomowoc as Hotne Agent for Rusk County, succeeding Mrs. Lorna Eastwold. Miss Emberson is now employed as an upholstery designer at Oconomo- woc. She was farm raised neai Greenwood. Clark County and is a pradua'e of Stout Institute. She has had several years of experience as a teacher and as a 4-H Club leader. Miss Emberson, as Home Agent will i assume her responsibilities on June 1st. Because she comes from a farm in uiis HI en 01 me stuue. MISS Emberson is familiar with conditions I of rural northern Wisconsin and will I be interested in problems of all folks cf Rusk County. j Spring cleaning time is the beet j time to prevent fires on the farm. County Agent Ed. Sirek declared today. Farmers' wives tracking down i dust and dirt should also hunt out trash and rubbish that have ac- cumlated during the winter. Remov- ing them is good insurance against firest that destroy worth of farm property every year, i according- to figures of the Fire I Protection Institute. "Every farm wife should get rid of old magazines, clothing, news- papers and odds and ends of house- I furnishings that are never Mr. advised. Spontaneous ignition which starts in littered closets, storage bins and seldom used attics is I responsible fur many of the farm I fires that kill an estimated i persons annually. iFurnaces will soon be shut off because of warm weather and small or wood burning stoves will be vsed for hot water during the summer. Make sure Btove-pipe connections are tight and check rri'mnpv flues tn maVf> bark- drafts do not blow sparks into the 1 cellar. Mr. Sirek also recommended keeping approved types of fire extinguishers on each floor of the house and in the cellar for immediate use should a fire start. "A farmer's wife has a hundred chores at this time of the Mr Sirek admitted, 'but if she will devote as much time and attention to fire prevention as she does to moth prevention, she will be protecting her home and family from fires caused by carelessness and oversight Bee Keepers Meet A meeting of the Northwestern District Bee Keepers Association is to be held at Barron on Tuesday, May 4, according1 to Mr. Robert Knutson of Ladysmith, vice president of the WiKonain Bee Keepers Association. The to at with a hearinr on the revtton. of Bruce Rnd Tony In Tournament Draw i BRUCE SCORES II. TONY 11, HANNIBAL 7 AND CHETEK 4 AT TONY BOXING TOURNA- MENT In the boxing tournament at Tony j on Thursday and Friday, the follow- ing are the 92 pound class, 1 Olynich, Hannibal over Bossany of Chetck; 100 pound class, Johnson of Tony won over Opperhuch of Chetek; 108 pound class, Flohr of Bruce won, over V. Swanson of Tony; 116 pound class, Ed. Miniatt of Bruce won over i Ililderbach of Chetek; 124 pound I class, C. Swanson of Tony won over Kelly ot Hruce; HU pound class, Sweet of Hannibal won over Novak of Tony; 1-10 pound class, Zehner of Bruce won over Velton of Tony; 148 pi'imd cliiiM Slettfti of Chetek won ini'i ('allies of Riuce; 156 pound class, Lorentz of Tony defeated Kozel of Bruce in a close battle; 164 pound class, Lundgren of Bruce won over Hc-tchler of Tony and in the heavy weight division, Ambles of Hannibal won over Mindy of Tony. C. Swanson of Tony won the outstanding boxer trophy. Bruce Bowling Notes Won 73 52 5T 44 33 32 28 24 Lost 11 321 33- 51 52 56 60 LeRoys Betsy Ross Nelson Printers Farmerettes Teachers R.D.J.'s Ixwkerettes Bakers High single E. Olson 179. Teams high three Nelson Printers 1996, Betsy Ross 1946. Individuals high three S. Schiessl 436 422, I. Harvey 407, K Whalen 454, E. Grisius 426, B. WnlVfr 4K4 F 40? F Olson 434, E. Jaskowiak 411, M. Meisegeier 444, V. Ulan 421, L. Krauth 401, E. Mead 457. A, Karis 453. The five high P. Grisuis 154. E. Olson 144, E. Mead 142, S. Schiessl 141, I. Harvey 138. LeRoys won as a team with 810" pins on September 22. P. Grisius won i high for single game with 244 on j September 22. For the entire year t Pat's low for three games was 41? pins and her high 557 pins. The candy sale given by the Brownie Scouts on Tuesday netted them fifteen dollars. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Woodmansee and Lloyd of New Auburn visited on Sunday at the Herbert Woodmansee home. On Sunday afternoon the two families called at the George Miller home in Ladysnith. the to   

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