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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1953, Janesville, Wisconsin                              PAGE JANESVILLE DAILY MAY of WcdwoJdh Will Receive Bachelor Degree Whitewater Seniors to Be Honored at 84th Commencement WHITEWATER Baccalaureat degrees will be awarded to 8 Whitewater State College senior in the 84th annual commencemen at the college June Cord O announced today Bachelor education degrees wil be awarded 84 students and bachelor of science degrees to fivi candidates in liberal arts Candidates for degrees are a follows Bachelor of education in academ William Beck Jefferson Joyce B e h n k e Brooklyn Robert Burling ton Delores Janesville Robert Edwin Chicago John Kenosha Hel en Howe and Donald Ste Madison Nancy Moldenhau Tomah William Naset and John Roger Whitewater Thomas Deerfield Benedict Novak Wakefield Dorothy Ann Simonson Clinton Lorin Roy Stough ton Melvin David Ra cine Roland Sturgeon Bay David Baraboo and Gerald Horicon Bachelor of education in busi ness education Richard Arthur Arnold and Beverly Joyce Whitewater Beula Rhinelander Floyd Brenholt Washburn Geraldine Signe Carl Hixton Gladys Drew Greenwood Ray Dodge ville Joan Blair Winter Ervir Watertown Veryl Ruth Troy Center William Whitewater Arlan Ja cob New Holstein Donald Green Bay Marie Anne Baraboo Marion Alice Milwaukee David Ar thur Stevens Point Gent Jennie Eldorado Mar ion Jefferson Shirley Ann Joyce Marion Vorpagel Burlington Ma rie Helen Anita Claire SuringSylvia Ann Bachelor of education in elemen tary education Mary Lucille Bab cock and June Troy Cen ter Thomas John Bauer and Nan cy Clare Menomonee Falls Margaret Jean White water Jane Madison Kenneth Paul DeTienne and Allen Milwaukee Donna Dierking Janesville John Walworth Donald Roy Waterford Rosemary JJidgeway Mary Lou ise Menomonie Lloyd Whitewater Mary Katherine New Glarus Velma Lucille Janesville Richard Delavan Neal Sullivan and Phil ip John Racine Lu cille Ottow Bachelor of education in kinder gartenprimary education Pa tricia Louise Joan Bear and Saphronia Janesville Sue Ann Baptist and Sylvia Roine Beloit Gretch Jefferson Bonnie Campbell and Louise Carmel Chicago Jean Reedsburg Carl Elizabeth Kath leen Marie Madison Mary Ann Froemming and Joanne Lou ise Whitewater Betty Jane Giles and Dawn Ellen Hof Evansville Lois Stoughton Carol Keno sha Jean Ellen Wauke sha Susan Brod head and Donna Marie Liberal Arts degrees John Al bert Rogers Thorn Edward Coleman and Richard Whitewater William Whitewater Drama Group 10 Whitewa ter State College students were re cently initiated into Theta Alpha national honorary dramatic fraternity on the college Membership is granted to those who fulfill certain requirements in either the acting or production Plan Barbershop Quartet Show DELAVAN Outstanding bar bershop quartets of this area will be heardin Holiday Harmo nies to be presented at Wednesday in Lake Lawn The Janesville barbershop cho rus directed by Schuyler Davies will be The Whip Chords of who will compete in national competition next June in also will be Others to appear will be the Cardinals of ForMor Boys of who appeared recently on a Horace Heidt the Agriculturists of Whitewater and the Rusty Hinges of Janes Tickets may be purchased in Janesville from any member of the Janesville group or at Dells In tickets may be bought at the Colonial Lake Lawn Mur phyONeill Drug or from Rod Bruce Bob Don Doh erty and Bob and Wil fred are announcing the engagement of their Judith Vir to Richard son of and Fred Trie Miss Roe is attending White water State College and will teach at the Finch School near Richmond next She is a member of Delta Sigma Epsilon Triebold is engaged in arming with his Plan 65 Summer Session Courses WHITEWATERSixtyfive cour ses will be offered during the 1953 summer session at Whitewater i State Adolph Win i summer session an nounced The sixweek ses sion will start June 22 and end July Instruction will be offered in bus ele academic and rural ed Special emphasis will be placed on work in elementary and rural curriculums for the benefit of teachers who wish to meet certification Classes for entering freshmen will also be Four workshop conferences are planned for the On June 30 a clinic in aviation will be held to give teachers a better under standing of A 30min ute plane ride is planned for those who wish to take to the The conference on proposed cer tification changes is scheduled for July On July 14 a reading clinic will be held and on July 21 a con ference in improvement inthe teaching of elementary school scii ence is A display of textbooks and school supplies will be held July 1 and Six guest instructors will join the Geneva Council Meeting Wednesday May Resolve Festival Fund Fight LAKE the city government spend to purchase fireworks for the Vene tian Festival This which is creating some fireworks ot its is ex pected to come up for a second round of debate and a vote in the City Council Wednesday A preview of the anticipated debate was given in special in terviews Monday by two mem bers of the council on opposite Aldermen Maurice Slater and Ray Slater expressed his belief that the taxpayers should not be burdened with ex traordinary expenses at this He declared that perhaps half the amount would be Streets Need Our streets are badly in need of Any additional funds should be spent for Slater On the other Youell said he is confident that the money will be appropriated unless we find the budget permit I feel the spectacle will be les sened if less money is spent for Another opinion was given by Chairman Eugene Liechty of the festival which has asked the council to appropriate the He declared the festi val brings considerable business to the community and for this reason he is confident the funds will be Liechty revealed the date has been advanced this It will be held July 30 through 1 in hopes that weather conditions will be more The fire works display is scheduled for the evening of July of Boosts Fund Liechty pointed out that this years festival appropriation by the Chamber of Commerce is compared to supple mented by from the city last Of the approximate ly will be devoted to the Badger State Outboard Ad ditional sums will cover the cost of printing folders to be sent throughout the United States and for staging the prince and princess If the Festival receives less than the requested we will be forced to cut down on these other Liechty In the previous debate the appropriation was supported by Aldermen George Frank Louis Marzahl and You It was opposed by Aldermen William Frank Huml and The fund proposal has also been endorsed by Mayor Ralph Church Tribute to Graduates WHITEWATER Services at First Methodist Church Sunday facility to Paid special tribute to 16 graduat bring the summer teaching staffing high school The to Robert memClifford superintendent of and Roger music Elizabeth Eight Confirmed in Sharon Church Robert Jaeber of the faculty at Dennison Watertown addressed ing prayer was rfor the graduate going into the The Lewis also spoke1 to the telling of the worth of a Christian educa tion for better homes and better New officers of the Wesley Club were They are Ida Van president Joyce vice president Helen Greenwood phase of The new initiates are Doreatha Norwalk Joan Fort Lake Atkinson Joann Geneva Gerald the morning sermon to secretary treasurer Joan food Gordon worship Dolores pub jer confirmed eight young will teach during Sunday morning services at Zion Evangelical Lutheran I John c u r r e n 11 They were Shirley Marciajteaching drawing at the schools Joyce membership Marjor Virginia Stanley sity of will teach LOJS Harriet Carie weekend visitors in the Gus Radt ke Fremont and Walter Molstead and Floyd were weekend guests of Sarah 286 Church and and Elmer 216 Case Recreation Plans at Walworth Call for July 6 Opening WALWORTH Plans for worths fifth summer recreation school were made Friday night at the first meeting cf the The program will be held July 6 Two days a week will be spent in arts and crafts on the school Swimming in struction at Fontana beach will fill three days a Use of the school bus as transportation to Lake Geneva again has been do nated by Floyd Appli cations from prospective directors nave been received but no con tracts have been The program cost of approxi mately is covered by dona tions of the school and civ Representatives of the supporting organizations make up the Members of the 1953 board are Melvin school board Lowell village board Don ald Mens Club Womens The Walworth Community Chest and the American Legion have not yet named Dorothy 944 Wnlworth phone Is news correspondent In Agent in Brown 210 State phone Graduates honored were from ijcjty James recreation Billy Richard De Maxine Boyer Virginia Wilkin Johnny wiiw Rahpii has Deen appointed assistant Laura Swe Eugene Erkfitz and Billy Williams Bay Harol dean Genoa City Helen Watertown Joan Cottage Grove Barbara Whitewater Miriam Kan sasville Leona Fire Marshal Describes Work ELKHORN Henry state fire described his work to Kiwanis Club members attending the Monday noon meet ng in the Municipal Musical entertainment was con ributed by Jimmy former Slkhorn who is now a singing star on radio and television from He brought with lim the three Milwau who also sang for the Engagement Announced and William Jongetjes announce the engagement of their to George son of and George Djeerdsma MotherDaughter Banquet The Congregational Womens fellowship will hold a mother daughter banquet in the church dining room at 6 Members will bring a dish to Following the dinner Henry Tubbs will tell of her per onal experiences while attending essions ofthe United FFA Elects New officers elected by the local hapter of Future Farmers of America are Gerry Im mega vice Bill Lieb hardt Bob Gretsch mann Leroy Guif re Tom Reedy and Xn LAKE faith and knowledge are the three dimen sions upon which a solid world foundation is This was the theme presented to Walworth County eighth graders of the 1953 class at Achievement Day exercises in the Lake Geneva High School auditorium Saturday after The speaker was Mauree Ap teacher and instruc tor in English at La Crosse State College and former Rock County supervising Love is achieved when we help the world to help Miss Ap slegate told the 225 pupils assem Attend Reception Several members of Bethel Chapter attended the reception at Walworth Sunday afternoon honor ing Christine grand chap ain of OES in Attendants of 60 Years Ago at Fete Scouf Volunteers n Training Session LAKE first train ing session for volunteer helpers at the annual Girl Scout summer day iamp was held Tuesday at the La bor Preparation of the grounds for he camp on Highway 50 began A group of ecruited from among the YMCA and Girl Scout mothers and participated in the The camp will be held the week of June Registration will be held In charge is Rex 915 Dodge Other plans are being complet ed for the joint Walworth County Rock County estbalished it was The registration deadline also is next Monday with Melvin 527 Fre mont of honor at the 60th wedding anniversary reception Sunday of and Samuel Town of Sugar were the attendants for the original wedding on May George Morris was best man and Frankie Fountaine Stokes was maid Two other Earl Steams and Charles also of Elk attended both the wedding and the diamond anniversary ob About 25 guests visited and Foster at their pioneer term home Sunday Those coming from a distance were their son and daughterin and Will and Erskine Madison Miss Elsie Racine and and Raymond Other relatives phoned con gratulations from across the con A William Los contributed an unusual pleasure by sending a movie of eventsin the lives of the Fosters three Shager New Library President Charles Shager brarian for the summer session Robert Dale will teach library Miss Elizabeth member of the faculty at Madison West Marilyn Monn and Shirley Whitewater City High Mary SSarceline Blodgett and Eth High School will join the businessel College High Gerald is new president of the Brigham1 education Dwight Shanks of Fort Atkinson High Memorial Other newlyjWaukesha High School will teach The Fritz said that he elected officers are and Jeanette Van felt honored to speak to these vice president Valzah of the Racine elementary young He gave an inspired and schools will teach education classjsermon stressing the place youth has in making His clos Plea for 3D World Foundation Made by Geneva Graduation Speaker with their As for the speaker to achieve it we must jelieve and we musj have More than we must not sus pect The third means a better understanding of other she For this we must learn to think about more than Miss Applegate Only people can save the War starts because we dont really know other The picture of the day to come san be seen if you wipe clean the 3D glasses of Miss Applegate admonished pu pils to rid themselves of three con cepts they have That they cannot disagree with other an idea dangerous our democ racy that failure can be helpful occasionally and that we should function according to capacity and not desire alone that we must save selfdiscipline and not feel that we can do as we please and talk our way out The speaker was introduced by Ella Walworth County supervising The invocation and benediction were pronounced by the Laurence Honey Certificates of pro motion were presented by Sheridan county superintendent of The program opened with a con cert by the Fontana Grade School band under the direction of Rob ert County Teachers chorus sang two selec directed by Patricia THREE FIRE CALLS LAKE damage was caused by two fires here Fri The at dis rupted traffic for 20 minutes in the Dusiness section when a transfor mer blew out at the Big Foot Curio 124 Broad No damage was The second at was a false An other fire call at Mon day involved the Slicker residence onJefferson Wires leading to the house caught fire but no dam age house was week by the following Vernon Lidburg and Louise both Town of Boone James Warren Hohl and Mary Elizabeth both of Delavan Leopold Peavy and Elizabeth both of Clarence Marian ManIn Smith Darlene Ann Sandra BrodhaKen Shadow Lawn State Karen Madi LeRoy Wally Carol Darwin Smith Jack Edward Donna Bette Mae Remer Como State Donaia Sina Yvonne Gloria Kay Lee Ronald Joan Dick Daniel Bob Daniels Wood State Brian Pauline Marie Jay Billy Larry Lolg Pa tricia Ann Meyerhofers Springfield State Harold John Gloria Donald Sanda Mae Helen Champeny Lyons State Richard Ralph Stuart Shsren Helen Janice Van Hess Salt Kenneth Jacobson Judy Wll lam Webb Toppings Donna Rog ers Oakwood State Allen Glen Markham Little Phyllis Mae MAUREE APPLEGATE McConaghy and accompanied by Helen Star Center School graduates presented a chor al This Is Our Home Kay a Dunham School eighth offered three westernstyle numbers with her own guitar The graduates by townships Special Earle Krueger Del mer Frank Whitewater Donna Carol Schultz Town Eu gene La Edwin Gaethke Shady Kathy Wayne Congdon North Heart Richard Harley South Heart Lawrence Carol Carol Papcke Pa tricia Geraldine Jon Jean Manin Kathryn Bruce Eddie East Caryl Ann For est Patsy Ann Morse Thomas Blgelow Jack Graves Richmond Elolse Tommy Tommy Donald Neidleln Richmond Anna Arthur Sngar Roy Smale Richard Dan Robb Kay Dorothy Robert Schlieger Mlllard State Robert Lldia Dorothy Karen Patsy James Net tesheim Plank Barbara Ellsworth Genevleve Donna May Wayne Howard Jerry Thomas Rita Jean Janice Bill Riese Dale Louis Leon Paul Marilyn Spring Ethel Joan Esther Jean Licht Spring Harriett Judith Dick Chase Honey Creek State Judy Jean Alice Lollta Dnrlen Hollisters Darlene Jean Bernard Andrew Sorg Lois Darlene Gibson Ridge Diane Ruth Klug Fair Delores Jean Beverly Whitewater Briefs and Henry former local were David Richard David Donald John Kenneth Melvin Nordmeyer Brick Albert Felt Chester Gerald Norton Harlan Nicholas Clarence Elaine Jcanette Dorothy Knull Fontana State Richard Clarence Suzanne Kenneth Carol Robert Michael Kenneth Arthur Richard Patricia Donna Jerry Vernon Earl JJm Darryl Richard Barbara Beverly Carlson North Walworth Stato Howard Klrby Thomas Roger Billy Jeanette Daniel Mary Ellen Virginia Ethel Mclva Jacqueline Krohn Beverly Martha Gilbert Carstensen Traver State Shirley Mae Elaine Dennis Loretta Venters Zenda State Earl Ann De Helen Vernon Charles Mary Ann Anid Gary Hardwlck Reek State Mary Jane Mar cla Judy Judith Martha Tommy Ken neth Jack Wanelta Mae Carol Roy Albert Alice Raymond Bank White Billy Joanne Vorpagel Wild Marvin Richard Nancy Diedrlch North Joanne LaVerne Martha Robert Albrecht Star Center State Margie Dennis Bob Edward Thomas Jack Marilyn Bar Margaret Judy Roy John Irene John Sul Donald Miss Ethel foster daugh ter of and Frank How attended the Milton College spring formal Saturday Her escort jvas Richard sophomore at the Hazel Hodge and Dell Olson flew from Milwaukee to last week to visit Dell Olson and his Bon Olson is in training at Lang ley Air Force Base He is the son of and Dell Ol son 442 North Ol son is the daughter of and Eddie 717 Main Hodge and Ol son returned home Whitewater Historical Society will meet at Friday in Bassett and Alec McLernon will be hosts and will have charge of the The Italian army has not yet en forced an order that all troops shall wear metal helmets because Alpini mountain troops cling to their little cap with a When prickly pears were Intro duced into Australia in the last century they became a pest and aefore effective control measures ivere introduced they covered 10 million Begin Landscaping at College Campus WHITEWATER Landscap ing of grounds around the new Library Administration Build ing on the Whitewater State Col lege campus isnow under The area will be beautified by the addition of 304 deciduous including 21 varieties of white several varieties of mock and In addition 34 evergreen shrubs of the Sargeant Chinese juniper and Dwarf Japanese yew varie ties will be Cost of landscaping will be ap proximately Plans for the work were completed by the bu reau of engineering of the state planning division and the con tract was awarded to the McKay Work is being done by the Landscape Service of Fort Atkinson through arrangements with the McKay Lake Geneva CD A Begins Casting for Operetta LAKE is now under way for Bamboo according to Paul stage manager for the Catholic Daughters of Tryouts are open to The operetta will be directed by Dorothy Young lo cal dancing for presen tation June 2829 in matinee and evening performances at Lake Ge neva High School Leo Terry will play organ accompani The presentation is a parish af financed by Jie Catholic Daughters for the benefit of Francis de Sales Bamboo based on a Chinese is the work of Hen ry The libretto waswrit ten by Effa Leading roles in spectacle will be sung by Tom Kath leen Jack Werner Paul Barbara Margaret Bob Bob Carl Jorma Eleanor lerman Joan Nelson and Jibi Many other roles for irincipals and chorus are still to ie Recently elected as grand re PRESS IS CITED Walter honorary state bond presented a treasury citation to the Wisconsin Press Association at its centennial banquet in Accept ing the award for the association were Ellsworth publisher of the Whitewater and Elliott publisher of the Brillion Coe is retiring president and newly elected president of the BOOSTER NITES WALWORTH LICENSES Clerk Leo Dunlap reported marriage hceVise applications have been filed this Best for Wear t Best for Work TRY FLAMBEAU OR Charles Chester Work and Dress Shoes Joe Dongarrcr Expert Shoe Repair Pleasant and Franklin THE FltMAKERS PRESENT IDA LUPINO ROBERT RYAN MY 10VEIY PLUS WAR ADVENTURE 2 THRILLING FEATURES KILLED IN SHAME SHYING gent of the Catholic is Betty BOX OFFICE AT TOMTB Dennis Morgan Phillip Carey CATTLE TOWN Shown at and PORT SINISTER TECHMCOLOB SPECTACLE Rite Hayworth Stewart Granger SALO5IE Shown at and THE HOAXTERS ENDS TOXITB Bing Crosby Bob Hope ROAD TO BALI Shown at 7 and Randolph Scott KNOT TONITE AND AT DUSK DOUBLE TECHNICOLOR PROGRAM GOBS OF SONGS OF MOONLIGHT ROMANCES Apache vengeance ROBIRT YO4JNG JANIS CARTER JACK BUETEL ADDED CARTOON SHORT NEWS   

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