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Manitowoc Evening Times (Newspaper) - May 27, 1931, Manitowoc, Wisconsin MAY 1931 Legion Post And Boniface Will Conduct Observances and James McGUlan Will Be Speakers In City on Decoration Day 2 Manitowoc will pay tribute on Memorial to war heroes at be held in the morn Ing and cemetery will be the at the program directed of the morning rites imderthe auspices of Boniface j Xl i Guy Drews p James former mayor of Green Bay and a promsoldiers and Inent member of the will be A parade will form at the church immediately after the about In the parade will be the Memorial Day speaker in Ever green The program by Guy Drews American will begin at with a parade will form on Washington street between Ninth and ThirDaughters of the AmericanRevo teenfh street antos with auto for Marine band American Scouts of The parade order will be as lows platoon of high school band and school board of education and vocational city official car Daughters of the American war Womens Relief American Legion Aluminum Goods Ma rine Company 127th Eagles drill Spanish AmertenrWar American of Foreign SalvaOon Girl ScouU of Scouts of other The parade will march on Wash and Mich igan to Evergreen ceme Traffic must keep off these At the cemetery the program will be as follows Alum inum Goods Marine Legion the William police officers on flag iiYBred the address and paid his city Lincoln high school school Sis ters in Womens Relief corps B 127th Boy Girl Scouts of combined societle The program at Calvary ceme will be as follows music by Marine opening prayer by ihe Henry address by Marine opening prayer bv be Henry address by Mayor Martin song by school address by the James Maugher of music by the firing lomeward Hood Qncoms Gettysburg ad Charles Eipen Mayor Martin Georgenson address James services at the Womens Relief The Memorial Day program of Boniface congregation win be gin at the church when high mass will be said for deceased JERSEY BREEDERS TO HAVE PICNIC JUNE 14 June 14 and the Cisler farm near Valders Is the date and the place of the annual Manitowoc County Jersey tlon Breeders Bedell associa and Al AREJIONORED Club Program Is ribnte to Military Dead Kiwanls club gave an un Manitowoc MADISON AND HIGH WIN ner meeting last night With Frank Brown and Jacob the only two surviving CIv0 War vet erans of the city as guests and four Eagle Leonard Robichaudy SUef their Robert Eugene vater and Willoit Pitz as uard honor the dub held a Memorial day Attorney Lawrence Ledvina de respects to the guests of honor be fore launching into his He his address with a statement on Memorial day printed a number of years the work of It says Holds High Place Dedicated by the living to the memory of the Memorial day lolds a place exalted and from the suree of time and mem ory there comes within the vision if the present the hosts of history and the communion of the From Lexington to ChatieauThier from New Orleans to Lake Erie to the North sea there will come the silent soldiers to meet and march in solid phalanx 1th the living of Within the days we memorallze and review it was theirs to see the Sterling was a business caller at Osh Albert Schmidt is out of the city on business I Harold Barlow is a business call er at Milwaukee for the Emil Weber is visiting fo the day at and Mis Edythe Kadow motored to MDwau kee today to visit with Gus Youngwall has gone to Ban Claire to attend the funeral of his mother who died and John Smalley ere at where Mrs Smalley Is to go through the Mayo Auditors from the state tax com mission have finished their work with books of the city and public utilities commission and ate now examining county Arthur Maple and Marie 620 Cleveland avenue city Edward and Alvln made applications for marriage manager of the Mlkadow theater and station was elected treasurer and from Gettysburg to from a member of the board of directors of the newly organized League of Wisconsin Radio Apprentice plumbers of the Fox River Valley district received their dimplomas at Fond du Lac yecter In charge of the arrange made the announcement Frank field man for the American Jersey Cat tle win he the The program wffl provide plenty of en AX UNUSUAL VALUE AT o watch the twilight deepen Into night It waj theirs to to o to hope and to know lifes message and carry it ind though they sleep where neither the sun or stars mark day or whether in trench or beneath a shaft of granite or wood en whether beneath the flow en that kindly hands have placed or deep below the changing their spirits are as time Theirs is the ours the to have and always and that for which they fought and The ranks are the shadows closing and as these gathered hosta depart we salute in silence the great undying memory of the Tells of Wars Ledvina took his audience through ths the ware to es tablish the its its for right and the duty of very citizen to this The mobilizing of the army for the great the need of preparedness to fight the the liberty of the country and the honor due those who fought and died to make a great country possible weer all touched TTDtO B OCO IMP to greet the noon time and local apprentices received diplomas at Sheboygan a week and Karl Ce dar are rejoicing over the arrival of a born Sun Kllngler was Arlene Schmitz before marriage and is a and Loula J A new air route marker on the roof of the rolling mill of the Alum inum Goods Manufacturing com pany will have letters 42 feet The circle with the arrow will be 24 feet in The work is to be done with aluminum Bob local garage boat and air la to enter Miss Manitowoc in the motor boat races at Milwaukee on Me morial On Sunday Gutt man will take the craft to Chicago to participate in the races from the municipal Thomas Reddin was granted permission by the municipal board of appeals last night to erect an addition to the living room of his home at 1821 South Fourteenth itreet The appeal was necessary twcanse there was nnsufficient side Junior Track Meet Is Held Tuesday at Lincoln Field The third annual athletic carni val of junior high schools of Mani towoc was held yesterday at Lin coln High School Two cups were at one for the and one for the The Southslde school held the boys cup for last the Madison school held the girls at every stage of the meet was keen but In the boys the southside school held the advantage from the first until the last At that Madison took three putting it in the The Madison girls had slightly the advantage at most stages of the High Point Man Russell Hamachek of the Madi son school was high point making a total score of 1814 placing first in pole running tnoad and basketball throw second in the 60 yd dash and a Ue or third In running high Herbert Rosinsky of the Southside school was high man for Its scoring first In running high running broad jump and 100 yd Of the Marion Neider scored highest with Grace Hartl eading for the The final score was Madi son 89 points Southside Southside The two silver cups go to the Madison school this The girls cup becomes the permanent possession of that It having won It two suc cessive Winners of Events Events and winners of first place were as follows Boys Dashes group Herbert Rosinsky Earl Heinrlchs Russell Pole group Harry Roy Fricka and Wlllott Harold Anderson Russell Running Broad jump Herbert Rosinsky Jerome Russell Basketball throw group Harry Springer Robert Lomprey Russell Running high jroup A Herbert Rosinsky THE FOBD ROADSTEB Everything you or need in a motor ear at a loir price Every struggle was one for prin said Peace is beautiful and war is damnabli and yet if men would be and remain freff they must be prepared and ready to defend their He closed his talk with the word ot the Chinese Lo Hung jChank vpoken upon a visit to the tomb of General Grant at New World war veterans were asked to stand and thea Charles Krumm wu Introduced aa the only hard boiled top sergeant of the Spanlab American Incidentally daring the evening ail of the were invited to a little wedding cel ebration to be given by and Mra Achtnbach at Silver Lake Thursday night ADVERTISE IN THE yard space on the lot Another ap peal board meeting Is scheduled Tor Diamond ball scores Monday night were as follows National lea Hay Billiard Huchthausen 5 Northern Wisconsin Produce OeigerGeialer 7 Judge Cigars Automotive Electric 16 Interna tional De Molay Pekuliks Penneys 10 Flapper Franke Specialties Wisconsin Fue land Light MARDfE NEWS 6 for 25c Bulk lOc a Shelled 57c a 5 for lOc Cu 4 for 21c Cake 19c a package New 33c a peck 2 for Phone Manitowoc Marine Gro KUPLiCWILL BEATCOURSE Chief Scheduled To Lead Discussion Fire Chief Kuplic will one of four Wisconsin chiefs conduct a round table discussion at the short course for firemen at the University of June 25 to No Manitowoc firemen except toe will attend the There were no representatives of the Manitowoc department there last Chief Kuplics topic will be Ven tilating Attics with Metal and Tile Chief Arthur Rahn of Two Riv will Partition and Wall Chief McLaugh lln of La Crowe will have as his and will Basemen Chief Drumm of Green Bay discuss Oil 41 Becnty of line and color r A 1 Attractive 55to65mflesanbear Quick acceleration T Fully enclosed fourwheel brakes Triplex shatterproof glass windshield Foar HwdaiDe hydraulic shock absorbers Steel ONALD COLMAN IM Mere than twenty ball and roller beat1 lags Reliability Long Bfe See year dealer lor a fmimTEEJv momr TYPES to 63O With Loretta Young Tie few U Pay He laughed His Way In and Out of Trouble without a penny in Us pocket debonair young cociety cavalier the world on two quid and a gold cigarette A rol infectious char acter youTI want to enjoy and delight Ronald Cohnan introduces the modernday bero to the talking Sophisticated comedy in tbe grand uiadBb witty nontense DEVIL TO PAT Robert Hamachek and Jerome tie Be groups Girts Group Marlon Neider Irene Dai Elaine Standing broad jump Group Marie Darbant and Grace Hartttte Violet Luchowj Elaine Marshek and Jean Laefller Running high jump Mar lon Neider Dorothy Tureck Jean The meet was staged under the Bajemll direc tor of physical education in the elementary and junior high Hundreds of parents assembled to witness the sports In which their children Dick Ihlenfeldt and Gordon Hef fernan trained the Catherine Ditzler and Merle Pickett trained the They were assisted in special events by Norman Otis Perkins and Newton These teachers deserve especial credit for the type of training shown PRIESTS HOME FROM REUNION Msgr Piel and Attend Affair the Theodore Kersten and the John an of the Boniface Catholic and the 9enry Letz of Andrews parish have returned from Milwaukee where they attended class reunions of the Francis The diamond Jubileecelebration of Closed today after attracting over a former stu dents to its jubilee Priests and bishops of the Ca olic church who once attended Francis seminary class re unions today diamond celebration of to a directorlof Johns deaf wanilect ed president of tha ejumni The auditing chides the Arnold Van Green Amongthe 600 peraons the celebration wenthe bishops the Rt FrancJajJ as Kansas City Green Bay Theodow Rlws Superior La Crosae and Paul Nwh MEXICO a mine at San took several lives had not been put under contro1 early so far have beenre The fire began at The superintendent James was slightly Injured Books Closed Purchases Made Tomorrow Appear on June Payable Before June 10 THE HENDERSOttHOYT Table Sate THURSDAY FRIDAY Grand Cleanup of broken odd a little of this and that left from our great Anniversary Sale No Telephone Approvals Silk Pajamas Four only beautiful silk pajamaa with Handy Towels A special selection of handy size dish towels or hand mercerized at 8c Silk Blouses 5 blouses formerly printed crepes and plaids and cotton crepe your choice at Inlaid Linoleum A special group of patterns in inlaid lin values to for bathrooms and small per square yard ff f Rayon Nets A choice of colors hi rayon nets for sale now r A 29c Chair Pads While they last group of cretonne cov ered chair pads at each Dayjamas Two piece completely ex cept for a few simple stitches to follow the stamped Each 89c lOc Mirror Sets Another thing for gifts or personal use 3piece mirror regularly at Blankets Very group 8f 72x80 heavy single cotton with soft bound in sateen and double Your choice of blue or while they last at tfl Cyl Mens Furnishings Your choice of work boys school mens rayon union suits and other wear values to at Work Gloves Mens horsehide gauntlet A great bargain these Bathroom Glasses A special group of checked design bath room opaque regularly 25c 11C Main Aisle Tables 25c 39c 49c Three tables on which youll find merchandise from all many items worth two and three times the table sale FIRST Madeira Scarfs 54 madeira scarfs of fine hand em and kinds JA Turkish Towels Pastel color Cannon Turkish your choice of or Regular 39c and 50c at 3 for or each Childrens Sandals Sizes 5 to 100 all leather choice of pair Pillow Tubing Bleached pillow tub the favorite 45 regularly each 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