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   Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - September 28, 1961, Stevens Point, Wisconsin                               Page 12 STEVENS POINT (WISCONSIN) DAILY JOURNAL Thursday, September 28, 196t I Heads Of Elementary Schools To Meet Here OFFICERS OF THE JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB, who have taken over their duties for the 1961-62 club season are pictured here. In front row, from left, are Mrs. Rob- ert Worth, president; Mrs. John Amaeker, first vice president; Mrs. Roland Mar- tin, recording secretary. Back row, same order, are Mrs. Hans Vetter, second vice president; Mrs. Richard Hofmeister, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ralph Banke, treasurer. "Guidance Gospel, According to John." titles the talk which will be given by Dr. J. W. M. Rothney of the University of Wisconsin when the Association of Central Wisconsin Elementary School Principals meets Oct. 11 on the Central State College campus. Dr. Rothney will speak at a dinner in the Student Union. More than 100 elementary prin- cipals are expected to attend the meeting over which Norman Baehr, Mosinee, will preside. Reservations should be made by Oct. 9 with LeRoy G. Reiser, prin- cipal of the McDill-Whiting Schools, Stevens Point. Registration for the elementary principals will get under way at 1 p.m., Oct. 11 in the lounge of the Student Union. Dr. James D. Logsdon, superintendent of Thorn- ton Township High School, Har- vey, 111 and president of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, will be the key- note speaker of the afternoon, le is a former elementary school principal. William C Hansen. CSC pres- dent, will welcome the group Speakers at sectional meetings vill include Robert Van Raalts, Junior Women Officers Take Part In Skit Stevens Point Junior Woman's Club members were told Wednes- day night at their meeting in the Library Clubrooms that as a fe- derated women's club, they were "citizens of the world." The speaker, Mrs. George Dopp, Wad Rose, who is first vice presi- dent of the 7th, District of the Wisconsin Federation and chair- man of Hie Community Improve- ment Division of the State Feder- ation, informed the group that there are 11 million women in 53 countries who belong to the federa- tion, and over 300 clubs in Wiscon- sin with this affiliation "Your great gift to the Federa- Mrs. Dopp told the group, "w the fact that you are alive, alert, and haven't lost your enthusiasm." In 1800 when the first women's club began to spring up in little villages, the speaker said, "windows of the mind were opened to a widening world." Union in common con- cern, aspiration and effort, Mrs. Dopp commented, could well be the answer to the "needs of the community and the world." The community of Wild Rose gained outstanding recognition in 1958, when ft won the Community Achievement Contest of the Gen- eral Federation over other entries. Program for the evening was the enactment of an original skit writ- ten by Mrs. Otis Mehlberg en- titled "Join the Juniors." The stat in which the new club officers par- ticipated, employed the modern version of a Greek chorus ex- plaining the purposes and plans of the club and three individual parts projecting the difficulties en- volved in joining a women's club Speaking in unison and wearing similar black hats with green ros- es, the chorus included: Mrs. Hans Vetter, Mrs. Robert Worth. Mrs Ralph Banke. Mrs. Peter Barnard and Mrs. Richard Hofmeister. The individual roles were "the aver- age-type housewife." Mrs. John Amaeker: "the Mrs. Earle Sievwright: and the "sensible, low-heeled shod Mehlberg Local DAR Members At Fall Convocation The annual fall conference of the j Daughters of the American Re-j volution was held at the Century Club at Oshkosh Tuesday. The morning session was presid- ed over by Mrs. Herman H. Bark- er, Eau Claire, state first vice re- ;ent. Mrs. Arthur C. Frick, Mil- waukee, state regent, gave the opening address which was fol- owed by round table groups At the close of these discussions, re- were given to the general conference. Miss Susan E Col- man, regent of the Stevens Point Chapter, reported for the regents jroup. At noon a luncheon was served and at the conference again convened with Mrs. Frick pre- siding. The highlights of the afternoon session were a report on the Amer- ican Indian work done in Wis- consin by Mrs. Robert E Lange Sr., national vice chairman and state chairman of American In- dians; report on conservation by Mrs. H, A. Heller, Neenah, state chairman of conservation; and on Surgeons Quarters by the curator, Miss Ina Curtis. Surgeons Quar- ters is one of the few remaining historical locations in the state of the American Revolution and is sponsored 'and supported by the state DAR. The Stevens Point Chapter was represented at the conference by the regent. Miss Colman, vice re- gent, Mrs. Lawrence Upthagrove; secretary, Miss Hazel Calkins; registrar, Mrs Hallie Norton: Mrs. Lange; chairman of national defense committee, Mrs. Leonard Lampert. OES Honors Past Heads Past matrons and past patrons of Arbutus Chapter No 52 Order of the Eastern Star guests of he chapter Monday evening; at a 6.15 o'clock dinner beued at the Masonic Temple The 28 honored guests aHending were introduced and each was presented a gift in behalf of the chapter Mrs tt illiam Ruff genera] chairman. Mrs. T. R. Stoner anc Mrs. Lawrence Kline, co-chairmen of the dinner assisted by Mrs. Mary Stimm, Mrs. Robert An- drews, Mrs Freda Zimmer, Mrs Mildred Christenson, Mrs Wenzel Albrecht, and Mrs William Bo- land. Mrs Otto Viertel was in charge of the table decorating and Mrs. Adolph Ohgney and Mrs Frank Soeteber the meeting The meal was served by mem- bers of the Rainbow for Gills Assembly under the direction of Mrs. V. N. Peters. Following the dinner entertain- ment was furnished by the P. J. Jacobs High School choir An- drea Wray as accompanist and Robert Schultz the director Instruction Series For Bridge Beginners A series of bridge lessons for be- ginners will start Monday Oct 2, at 7 o'clock at the Re- creation Center. C E Stratton be the insliuc- tor for the Recreation Department- sponsored series of 10 A maximum of 32 i emigrations will be accepted may be made calling the Re- creation Director Madison, coordinator, State De- partment of Public Instruction; Dr. Royce Kurtz, superintendent of the Appleton Public Schools; Dr. Peter Kroner, chairman of the German Department at CSC, and Hiram D. Anderson Jr., Ste- vens Point attorney, representing the Portage County Bar Associa- tion. Topics include such varied top- ics as curriculum, double ses- sions, the superintendent and his relation to the elementary school principal, foreign language pro- grams in the elementary school, and the principal and his legal responsibilities. Officers of the Central Wisconsin Elementary Principals Association include Baehr, president; Dean Hawkes, Marshfield, vice presi- dent, and Heiser, secretary-treas- urer. Baehr and Heiser head the pro- gram committee, with Dr. Ray- mond E. Gotham and Franklin H. Pearson serving as consultants. The elementary principals will meet jointly with the Central Wis- consin Guidance Association and the Central Wisconsin Schoolmas- ters Association to hear the talks by President Hansen, Dr. Rothney and Logsdon. Heres Your Date THE STEVENS POINT Sym-j phony Orchestra will present its, first concert of the season this evening at R o'clock in the audi-, tonum of Central State College. Gilda Muhlbauer. New York City, will be guest violinist. Dr. Hugo Marple is orchestra conductor. The public is jnvjted. Tickets may be obtained al the door. CIRCLE EIGHT SQUARE Dance Club will meet Sunday Oct. 1. at the Red Rooster. Round danc- jnc from S to o'clock will be followed by riancmc until 11-30 o'clock. Llnyd Cornwell wall be the caller. Dancers are to pro- vide their own Church Rites Join lola Pair Mr and Mrs. Norman Sorenson, lola, announce the marriage of their daughter. Ann Louise, to Thomas Allen Hoyord. son of Mr and Mrs Lemvick Hoyord, lola, last Saturday. Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Town of New Hope, was the scene of the p m. candlelight cere- mony read by the Rev. G. A. R. Gullixon Miss Lana Hoyord, sister of the bridegroom, sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Crown of Thy Bene- diction." The bride was given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace, made with a scalloped sabrina neckline, long sleeves and a bouf- fant skirt. Her fingertip veil of silk illus- ion was joined to a crown of seed pearls and sequins She carried orchids and pompons. Miss Mane Sorenson, her sis- ter's maid of honor, was attired in a cocktail-length frock of pink organdy She carried white pom- pons. Miss Karen Moe was dressed like the honor aide when she took her place as bridesmaid. The bridegroom had Phil Hell- and as his best man and Lloyd Tschenvald as his groomsman. On Honor Roll William Kalke 620 Elk St.. has been named to the academic hon- ot roll at Lawrence College. Ap- pleton. for work of the 1960-61 school year Membership in the honor roll requires a grade age of 2.25 on a 3 0 basis. Country Club Women End Bridge Season Azalea mums were on the tables Tuesday afternoon when members of the Stevens Point Country Club bridge group met for its last lunch- eon of the season. The 1 o'clock meal was followed by bridge Mrs A J. Schierl and 1 Mrs. Ben Nigbor were the hostess- es The bndce were Mrs. i Ed Stiatton. Mrs. John Litzow, Mrs. Art Barnes. Marshfield. a guest of Mrs. M. A Kraus. and Mrs. Ralph Atkins. Personals Mr and Mrs. L. P. Schuweiler. 1521 Main St.. returned Tuesday i from Salem. Va where they vis- I ited their son. a former Stevens Many Attend Dinner Of Legion Post The "pantry shelf" at the Amer- ican Legion Clubrooms was ade- quately replenished Wednesday evening when Berens-Scribner Post No. 6 entertained at its annual dinner for the purpose. Approximately 200 auxiliary members and Legionnaires attend- ed the affair and each provided a staple item of food to be distri- buted during the year to the fam- ilies of needy veterans. Young people who represented the auxiliary and post at Badger Boys and Girls States the past summer and the auxiliary's scho- larship winners were among the guests, along with A G. Bostad, principal of P. J. Jacobs High School, and Brother Cyril, Prin- cipal of Pacelli High. Mrs. Horace Atkins, auxiliary president, introduced Jeamnne Sands and Mary Ann Jelick, Girl Staters, and Ellen Smith and Pat Alfuth, scholarship winners, while John Wozniak presented John Pier- son, Glenn Snyder. Dean Hanson, Gordon Malick, Nicholas Niem- czyk and Dennis Simonis. Boy Staters Jonathan McMurray was master of ceremonies for the program and Ralph Cook, post commander, presided. Dancing followed the meal and program. CSC Graduate Gets Fellowship The first Kaltenborn Research Fellow ship, a 51.000 grant from the H. V. Kaltenborn Foundation to the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, has been awarded to a Central State College graduate. Barl S Grow Jr teaching assist- ant and a candidate for a doctor- ate in speech at the University of Wisconsin. Announcement of the award was made by Dr. Leslie H. Fishel Jr, director of the society. The fel- was granted for a special research study in the field of the history of mass communications. Personal papers, including scripts of his broadcasts, business and personal correspondence, fan mail, notebooks, photographs, re- cordings and memorabilia have all been deposited with the society by H. V. Kaltenborn. "dean of Amer- ican radio commentators." The first Kaltenborn Fellow will study the pressures exerted on a news analyst by his sponsor and the listening audience with special emphasis on tfie period of the late and early 1940's. The Kalten- born collection contains a great deal of information on this sub- ject, particularly his business cor- respondence and fan mail. Grow, whose home is in Shawa- no. for the past four years -has TROPHIES WENT TO THE SEASON'S WINNERS Tuesday evening when women golfers of the Stevens Point Country Club concluded the 1961 club year at their annual awards night dinner at the club. They are pictured here with their tro- phies. The top award for the year, the Club Championship trophy, was won by Miss Ruth Jaworski, left front, with Miss Dorothy Helinski, next, as runnerup, who also won the Louise Suggs tourney. Second from right is Mrs. William Koehl, winner of the Directors Cup, with her runnerup, Mrs. Clinton Cragg at the right. In center is Mrs. Ray Sprada, Campbell tourney winner, who had Miss Jaworski as runner- up. In top row from left are Miss Kathleen Lodzinski, Wysocki tourney runnerup; Mrs. Ernest Walkush, Nigbor tourney winner; Mrs. M. A. Campbell, Nigbor runner- up; Mrs. Francis Birrenkott, Wysocki winner, and Mrs. Charles Hoppe, Korfmann Cup, who had Miss Helinski as runnerup. Point resident, and daughter-m- j held assistantships in the depart- 3au. Mr and Mehm L. Schu- men! of speech of the University wcjler. and three children. Mark. I of Wisconsin and in the radio-tele- Robert and Suzanne. The Schu-i vision department of the Univer- 1 xveilcrs made the 10-day trip byjsny of Wisconsin Extension Divis- plane. i Jon. Stevens Point Area Residents To Take Part In PTA Conferettce ASSEMBLY NO. 1 of Rainbow for Girls, will meet Sat- urday afternoon. Sept 30. at 2 o'clock, at she Mawnic Temple Officers will be installed. All offi- cers are to report promptly at j o'clock. j EXPLORER POST No. 293 will meet this evening at o'clock in the Scout room of Tnnity Lu-, theran Church, The meeting end at CUB SCOUT PACK No. 293 will in the basement of Tnnity Church at 7 o'ckx-k for the first pack session of the year. "THE HARVEST OF HARMONY" The Khap-n- dies. a male quartrt, will perform on Saturday Oct- 8, when the local Barbershop Chaptrr is trM {n annual quartet show. The Rhapsodies, pictured are international finalists three times and I (V Lakes Distriet ehampions. The quartet join three other visiting quartets and the loeal ehonis for the harmony show whieh will begin at 8 o'eloek in High School auditorium. The lead for the alxne q-nrtct is Gordon Xiekolie. Stevens Point, second from Irft. The others, from left, are Diek Eabeoek, tenor. Klmer Habeck, baritone, and Elton Sehultz, bass ail Wis- consin Rapids. The other quartets will come from Hobart, Ind., Minneapolis and Chicago. The puMir may obtain tickets from am local chapter member or at the door the night of the concert. president. the Torch" uill be the c of the Sth District Parent- of America fall confer- held in MarsMield on Sept 30 TV scheduled to a" P a IT a' Lin- Pojnt, vnll give the ad- h> Ronald Eastman. Marsh- vvipenntendent of schools. iki.7i of the Central faculty will be the at r nf a panel which will 3v-. "Aptitudes. Attitudes, XUJ-CX and Ambitions" nxvn luncheon wil1. served Faith Lutheran h The Rc'v Perr> Saito. pas- f Tml v Church. T PT ;he Torch. Newly elected of- ficers will be installed by Mrs. Han> Sicula, Milwaukee, president of the Wisconsin Congress of Par- ents and Teachers, al a business session following the luncheon. In the afternoon, from to o'clock, there will be three Home. the Home, School. "Looking in on JOur Community. "Does Your Communit> Meet the Needs of Your Mrs. Refiner will participate in ihe workshop on the School and Mrs. Laube and the Rev. Mr. Saito will take part in the Community session. The recapitulation of workshops will be followed by information centers: Mrs. Sicula. presidents: Mrs. Herbert Klimpke, Stevens Point, program: Mike Klevene, legislation: Ray McGregor, mem- bership: Effie Johnson, pub- licity, maparine and publication: budcet and finance, and Mrs. Betty Opper, hospitality. THE WOMEN BRIDGE PLAYERS of the Stevens Point Country Club joined the women golfers Tuesday evening to receive their grand prizes for the season at the annual awards night dinner to wind up the year. Mrs. Louis Shafton, pictured here at left, was high point winner for the season with Mrs. Ralph Atkins, extreme right, as second and Mrs. John A. Litzow, center, fourth. The third place winner, Mrs. Edward Wotruba, was absent when the picture was taken. Awards Dinner Ends Club Women's Year officers of the two golf groups were elected Mrs. Cragg is the president for the women's group for 1962 with Mrs Gene Haskms as vice presi- dent: Mrs. John Joams, secre- tary; Mrs. Jerry DeNuccio, assist- ant secretary: Mrs Ernest Wal- kush. treasurer; Mrs. Charles Hoppe. sports chairman; Mrs. Warren Nelson, handicaps; Mrs. Dave Pfiffner. tournaments. The slate presented by Mrs. Sprada was adopted. The Business Girls will have Miss Charlotte Prais as their 1962 president; Miss Jaworski, treasur- er and membership chairman, and Mrs. Haberman. sports chairman. Miss Marquerite Puanea present- ed the slate for the group. Officers for the bridge group are: Mrs Paul Sowka, president; Mrs. Paul Drake, vice president; Mrs. A. G. Dunn, secretary: Mrs. J D. Stephamak. treasurer. Mrs. Glenn Chesebro. bridge chairman, with Mrs. C. E. Stratton as her co-chairman Yellow mums were on the din- ner tables. Following the program, bridge {was played. Last night's winners Were. Mrs. Louis Shafton. Mrs. V. J. Bukolt, Mrs. Herman Nem- zoff. Mrs. Jack Gerke and Mrs. A L. Shafton. Women golfers and bridge ers of the Stevens Point Country Club joined Wednesday evening to close the season at their annual awards night dinner at the club. Mrs. Claire Haberman was toast- mistress for the awarding of troph- ies and prizes following the meal. She introduced Mrs. M. A. Camp- bell, Mrs Rudolf Ottersen and Mrs Ted Wysocki, the tournament sponsors present. Mr. Ray Sprada and Miss Doro- thy Helinski distributed the fol- lowing golf trophies: Club Championship. Miss Ruth Jaworski with Miss Dorothy He- linsto. runnerup, Directors Cup, Mrs. William Koehl, winner, Mrs. Clinton Cragg, runnerup: Nigbor Tournament. Mrs. Ernest Walkush, Mrs. M. A. Campbell, runnerup; Korfmann Cup. Mrs. Charles Hop- Miss Helinski, runnerup. Campbell Tournament. Mrs. Sprada. Miss Jaworski. runnerup; Louise Suggs Tournament. Miss Helinski: Wysocki Tournament, Mrs. Francis Birrenkott. Miss Kathleen Lodzinski. runnerup: Flame of the Year. Miss Jawor- ski: Mary Ag Frazee Ringer for Business Girls. Miss Pat Filtz. Mrs. Sprada accepted the trophy for the morning group which de- feated the Business Girls in an annual tourney between the two groups. Winners in the morning group's nnger were: Class A. Leo Gullikson and Mrs. David Pfiffner. tie for first: Mrs. Robert Williams, second, and most improved golfer. Qass B. Mrs. Ernest Walkush. first, Mrs. Wallace North, sec- ond, and Mrs. Ulrich Potthoff. most improved. Gass C Mrs. Wiibur Weber, fust. Mrs. John Bedore. second, and Mrs. John Gucwa. most im- proved. In team pla> of the Swine and Swat Mrs. Haberman an- nounced that the IGA 3eam placed first. Holt Parkin- son's, third and fourth Special coif pnzcs went to Weldon and Koehl. When the ciand pnze.- were awarded for bndge winners, Mrs. Louis Shafton placed first with a total score for the season of Mrs Ralph Atkins, second, with 40.930: Mrs. Edward Wotru- ba. third. 36.680: Mrs. J. A. Lit- zow. fourth, 36.410. On behalf of the Country Club Women. Darrell H Acker club pro. was presented a gift ob- servance of birthriav annner- ,sar> on MorxJaj mer Dolore? Hart! whr> was em- j After the prizes w-ere awarded, i ployed here before her roamage. NamePMHip To Taxpayers Board Gerald Phillip was appointed to the Board of Directors at a regu- lar monthly meeting of the Por- tage County Taxpayers Associa- tion held Wednesday evening. Mr. Phillip was named to fill a vacancy created by the resigna- tion of Ray Nass. Most of Hie meeting was de- voted to a question and answer period conducted by Paul Kitow- ski, chairman of the County Board's finance committee. Mr. Kitowski explained the workings of the finance committee and in- vited members of the board of the taxpayers group to sit in on future finance committee meetings when budget appropriations are pre- sented. Dick Pfeil. Wausau, spoke on the tax revision legislature still pending with the State Legislature in Madison. He, along with associ- ation president. Bill Worzalla. re- quested members to contact state representatives urging effective tax revision measures when the Legislature returns on October 30. Versatile Outfit I Hospitol Births i Births reported b> St. Michael's Hospital for today are as follows: Today A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard White. S. Church St.. and sons to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shuda. 1004 N. 12nd St., and Mr. and Mrs. DonaJd jGryw-acz. 1534 N. 2nd St. Wednesday A son to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grubba. 217 Al- goma St.. and a daughter to Mr. land Mrs. Eugene Golla. 124 Bu- Jkolt Ave. Apply For Licenses Mamaee licenses have been ap- plied for at the Courthouse by I Norman Tncfcej. Almond, and Myrna M. Frank. 660 Walker St_. who will bo married on Oct. land by William H Brolkowski. and Carolyn Ann Werra, j Wausau. whose wedding is being for Oct. 14. Personals i Mr. and Mrs Jack Fors. Grren former Slevens Point resi- are the parents of their Ihrst child, a daughter, bom this imorninc. Mr For? is the son of Frank 110? S Mich- Mr- is the for- By ALICE ALOEN A BLACK- AND -WHITE herringbone costume 39 presented by for both daytane and af'T-fi-.c. Ur.dc ath a tailored jacket, v.VJi foil? appliqued pockets, 'hire is a blouscd. high- necked <3uincr of the tweed fabric. Its a vry t ar.d jntrcMBC .r.n auor. ar.d is swe to a fa.-1 on the country and baa set.   

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