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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 29, 1933, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                               News and Notes of SOCIETY HOME NEWS PAGE Comings and Qoings of LOCAL PEOPLE Becomes Bride AtAuburndale Church Today The St. Mary's Catholic church at Auburndale was the scene of a charming wedding this morning at o'clock when Miss Agnes Ash- beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ashbeck, and Norbert Hassel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hassel, all of Auburndale, were united in marriage. Rev. Joseph Steinhauser performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Margaret Ashbeck, as maid of hon- or, and Miss Theresa Bushman, as bridesmaid. Charles Ashbeck, best man, and Hector Hassel, grooms- man, attended the groom. A gown of white satin that touch- ed the floor fashioned on princess lines with a bodice of lace was worn by the bride. Sheer tulle fell in vol- uminous folds to form the veil, a small lace cap holding it in place. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Circle Oue. Methodist ehurdi. Mrs. Arthur Stewart, liostoss, li.yo in Mutch pla.v jiKiil'ist pur for at Bull s Joe Country club, a. in. East Side Lutheran Aid. fflpfts at church parlors, 2 30 in Garden Club, meets nt tho liniin> of Mis. W. K. Beadle, p m junior Garden Club members T. N. Club, Mrs John Bengert, hostess, community hall, 6.00 p. in. TIiriiSDAY'S EVENTS Golden Kule Circle, -nlth Mrs. L. J Dill, 9.00 :u. T. A. Club, Mrs. John Fehrman. hostess, p. m Oleur de LIs Club, Mis. Clarence Heukp, hostess, p. m. C. K. Club. Mrs. Charles Witt, host- ess, p. in. MAKE THIS MODEL AT HOME Johanna Hill roses and swansonia made up the bridal bouquet. Long gowns of pale blue and peach flat crepe, respectively, were worn by the attendants who carried arm bouquets of gladioli and swan- sonia. Dinner and supper followed the ceremony at the home of the bride which was decorated -with white, blue and pink streamers and many bouquets of cut flowers. Following a -wedding trip to Chi- cago the newlyweds will make their home at Auburndale. Mrs. Hassel since completing her education at St. Mary's Catholic school at Au- burndale has been employed in Min- neapolis. Mr. Hassel attended the Blenker parochial school and has been employed by the Connor com- pany at Auburndale the past year. Out-of-town quests at the edding were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wallner and family of Sherry; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hassel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed3 Hansel and family, Mr. and Mrs. William and fam- ily, Mr. and George Taushek and family, and Mrs. Joseph Ashbeck sr. and family all of Milla- dore; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashbeck and family, Mrs. Mary Ach- beck and family, all of Blenker; Mr and Mrs. Henry Ashbeck. Mr. anc Leonard Ashbeck and daugh- ter, Mr. and Anton and family, Mr. and Frank Ashbeck and fa'rulv. all of Bernetta Heger Weds Canadian At Waukegan, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Heger, 1141 Baker street, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Ber- retta, to Thomas A. Dunkin, of the the For sin Rapids, and Mr. and George Fonta of Chicago. Complimentary Fifty-nine ieIative-3 and fiiends Fort William, Ontario, wnich to-k place Monday, August 21, at Wau- kegan, 111. Mr. Dunkin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dunkin of Brandon, Manitoba. Mrv and Mrs. Heger were the only witnesses to the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Dunkin left imme- diately for Chicago and "Winnipeg, Biandon and other points in Can- ada on their wedding trip, af'er which they will make their notne at 1409 Moody street, Fort William. The bride is a graduate of local schools and attended schools at Port Arthur, Ont. the past eight months she has been employed in the office of the Pren- tiss-Wabers Products company. Mr. Dunkin is an optometrist at Fort William. He is a graduate of Queen's university, Toronto. Edwin Buss and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hannemann ami family of Poit Edwards, and Miss Agnes Whipple of Stevens Point. The guest of honor was the recipient of many gifts from his friends. Golden Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Booth, fifty in num- ber, surprised them Sunday to hon- or their golden wedding anniver- sary. A picnic was held at Robin- park. The day was the first wedding anniversary of Mr. NEW NOTE FJOR FALL PATTERN 1637 Very striking new frocks are seen wherever smart women gather. We've sketched one of the smartest today. Seamings and panels follow a new angle clever as can be; sleeves stop quite a bit below the elbow with a perky puff; trig but- tons and topstitching are little de- tails that coun.t a lot. The new wool- like crepes, ribbed silks or sheer wools will be ideal. Buttons, hat and gloves should match. Pattern 1537 is available in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 takes 3 1-2 yards 39 inch fabric. .Illustrated step-by-step sew- ing instructions included with this pattern. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. Write plainly your name, address and style number. BE SURE TO STATE SIZE WANTED. THE NEW SUMMER EDITION OF THE ANNE ADAMS PATTERN BOOK IS READY. Afternoon sports, golf, tennis dresses, jumpers, house frocks, special beginners' patterns, styles for juniors, and cool clothes for youngsters, and instructions for Rural Social Events M. E. Ladies' The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church of Milladore held their annu- al meeting in the church parlors on Wednesday afternoon. The yearly reports were read and new officers were elected: president, Mrs. Ben- Jadack; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Anton Kupsch. A pot luck lunch was served to .the members.-a. GLORIFYING YOURSELF By Alicia Hart KEA 3CRVIC6.INC. Don't forget your hands when Homemakers The Milladore Homemakers' club had their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Ed Brey on Friday evening. After the meeting a social hour was enjoyed by playing cards. First prize went to Mrs. Charles Feit, second to Mrs. F. A. Ashauer and low to Mrs. Edward Watruba. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Ed Brey, Mrs. Joseph N. Malik and Mrs. Isadore Ruh.-a. making a chic sweater are among the fascinating items. SEND FOR YOUR COPY. PRICE OF CATA- LOG FIFTEEN CENTS. CATALOG AND PATTERN TOGETHEB TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address all mail orders to Wiscon- sin Rapids Tribune Pattern Depart- ment, 243 West 17th Street, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Purely hig' G. Hamilton and Mrs. Conrad Booth. A picnic djnner was spicad, which includ- PC! wedding for both coupler. A handsome gift was presented to Mr. aiul Hiiam Booth. Mr. and Mis. Booth were mar- ried August 20, 1SS3, at Green Bay and came to Wisconsin Rapids thirty years ago to make their home. Mr. Booth is 74 jcars of age and Mrs. Booth is 60. They have two sons, and Percy Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Peicy Booth of Plamfield were out-of-town guests at the gathering. )inner Mr. and Mrs. August Gaetke en- ;ertamed the following at a six o'clock dinner at their home Sun- day eiening: Mrs. Carl Yeske and Mrs. Harry Ciawford and daugh- ters, Dorothy and Esther, of Gen- 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Piebbanow and son, Kenneth, and Miss Daisy Andeison of this city. jrathcrod at the home of Mi-, and Mrs. Andrew Timm near Kellner on Sunday evonmt? in compliment to their son, Benjamin C Timm, n student at Concordia Theological seminary, Sprintrfield, Til. Mr. Timm leave for Napoleon, 0, this evening, where he will spend the coming year, acting in the capacity of assistant to the Rev. F. J. Lankcnau of that city. A delicious dinner was eaily in the evening. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Packman and son, Elmer, Albeit Timm and sons Daniel and Cbience, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goldbeig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kiugcr and fam- ily, Mr. and Mis. Albeit Herman and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Hannemann and family, Mr. and Carl Knoll and family, Mr. __ ____ _____ and Mrs. Helmuth Timm and_ son, [Dickman, daughter of Mr. Mrs" A. Dickman and George Oligney, son of Mr. and Mis. William Olig- ney, all of this city took place Sat- urday morning, August 26, at the West Side Lutheran parsonage. Rev. E. H. Walther performed the cere- mony. Mr. and Mis. Oligney will make their home at 430 Fouith Ave- nue north. Fourth Avenue Mrs. Frank Nash was hostess to the Fourth Avenue club at her home last evening. Five hundied was in play after which a dainty lunch was served. Favors at caids awarded to Mrs. John Hollmiller and Mrs. Ray Van Alstine. C. K. Club- Mrs. Charles Witt will be host- ess to the C. K. club at her home and daughter, Rosemary, spent Sat urday at Oshkosh, where they vis ited with Mr. Hamilton's sifter Miss Mabel Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kowalskv and son, Benjamin, of Arcadia anc Miss Gertrude Kowalsky and Mar- lyn Fry of Milwaukee spent the at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. George Kowalsky. The Misses Leota Nightengale and Marguerite Zeaman of Ran- dolph returned to their home Sun- day after a week's -visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams. Mrs. Myrtle Krause and Virgil Carney spent Sunday at Wisconsin Dells. Judge and Mrs. F. W. Calkins spent Sunday at Madison, where they visited with friends. Mrs. Clayton Fyfe and son, Da- vid, of Milwaukee are guests at Lhe home of Mrs. Fvfe's parents, Mr. and Mi'-. L. A. De Guere. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Heger re- turned Saturday from a ten-daj at Chicago, where they at- tended the Century of Progress. They stopped at Jefferson and Mil- waukee and visited with relatives en route home. after a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Demos. Rev. and Mrs. T, J. Reykdal and Judge and Mrs. F. W. Calkins were dinner guests evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cal- kins at Plover. Judge W. J. Conway of Madison spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. W. A. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Janz re- turned to their home at Appleton after a week-end visit with rela- tives here. Marjorie and Kenneth Janz remained here to spend the week with relatives. Miss Irene returned Sunday from a week's vacation vis- t at Wausau. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wittenberg md son, Robert, are spending a 'ew days at the Century of Prog- at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kulinski Picnic- Members of the Robinson family held a picnic and reunion in Petti- bone Park in La Crosse on Sunday. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Robinson, Mrs. Mat- tie Jennings and daughter, Donald Robinson of Mobridge, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Robinson and you plan your fall beauty schedule. Your hands should be white and smooth. Hand lotions and bleach- ing creams will go far toward im- proving the texture of your skin. 'Poised hands are an asset to any woman. Learn to hold them quietly in your lap when you are sitting still. Don't fold and unfold them dozens of times while you are talk- ing to someone. And don't fuss with your clothing. It is irritable to watch a woman who is constant- ly picking at her dress, patting her hair or rubbing the arms of the chair. There is something restful about a girl who sits down calmly and retains her poise. Poised hands are as important as a poised body. If you want to make your hands flexible ar-d graceful, try pulling imaginary taffy several times a day. Bring all your finger tips close together when you move your hands in toward each other. Spread I them wide when you have reached the end of the taffy. Imagine that you are shaking water from your finger tips. Le1 your hands be perfectly limp and relaxed. It stretches and relaxes all the muscles in your hands and fingers. Never wear gloves which are too tight. Your hands won't actually look smaller and they'll be cramped and red when the gloves are re- moved. Vandriessen Mrs. John Bloom returned from the World's fair this week. Mrs. Roy Mullenix received word that her mother was in a serious condition and has under- gone an operation in an Oshkosh hospital. Mr. Holcomb of Wisconsin Rap- ids spent the week-end at the Ried home. Rollie Mullenix Wisconsin Rapids home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mullenix. Mr. Georgeson of near Waupaca was in this locality on Tuesday. and family of visited at the ANNIVERSARY SALE! See the Values P. H. GERMANN Jeweler For Your Family's Health daughter, Mrs. Charles Robinson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robinson and daughter, Doreen, and Mrs. Glen Ornison of New Lisbon.-c. Mission The Joint Mission festival to be held at the Vesper Reformed church will be held on Friday, September 1 instead of September 3 as was pre- viously announced.-s. Back of aU Wisconsin Valley: Products stand SPECIAL safe- guards. Safeguards that mean added purity and richness and safety. Pasteurization is merely ONE of these safeguards. Harry and Harlan, and Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Clark of Nasonville return- ed Saturday from a trip to Water- oo where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Friedly and other friends the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wagner of Stillwater, Oklahoma, and Henry Wagner of La Salle, 111., left for their homes after spending several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. William Keppert of Nasonville and Miss Lois Beebe of Vesper spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Clark. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Binnebose and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Papineau and WORLDS FAIR LENE OFFERS pent Sunday stevens Point. with relatives at children have week's visit at they visited at returned from a Minneapolis the home of Mrs Mr. and Mis. F. W. Shekey of Johnson Crerk and Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman and fanulv of Marriage The mairiage of Miss Louise and son, Gordon, Mr. and Edward Timm and family, Jesse, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Timm Mrs. Mrs. Mr. and Miss Irvin Mrs Edward Witt and and Mrs. Geoi daughter, Rickman family, Miss Viola Knuth, Viola Buss, Mr. and Mrs. Buss and family, Mr. and Acquitted! Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Flour de L5s Club- Mrs. Clarence Henke will be hostess to the Fleur de Lis club at her home at two o'clock Thurs- day afternoon. T. A. The T. A. club will meet at the home of Mrs. John Fehrman Thurs- day afternoon two o'clock. Berlin spent Sunday Vvith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abel and family at the Abel cottare, north of Biron. The Misses Eleanor Colby, Doro- thy Falkosky, Marguerite Adams, Evangeline Fehrman, Irma Fehr- man, Olive Anderson, Margaret Mindak, Jeanette, Doris and Muriel Koth, accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Grunwaldt, spent Sun- day nt Wausau, where they at- tended the annual convention of 1 the young1 people's organizations of the Evangelical Lutheran churches in this district. Mrs. Ray Kreuser and children left today to spend several days at the Christy Mullen home at Ne- koosa. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Kruger and son, Jimmy, left today to spend a week's vacation at Hatfield. Mrs. Jane Galganski underwent an operation at the Wisconsin Gen- eial hospital at Madison Monday morning. Mrs. A. C. Lewis returned Sat- urday from a several days' visit Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bell and daughter, Leota, of Davenport, la., arrived today to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lewis. John L. Sullivan and sons, Gordon and Jack, and Mrs. Lor- etta Saunders returned Sunday eve- ning from a week's visit at Chi- cago and the Century of Progress. They -visited with relatives at Mil- waukee en route home. Mr. and Mrs Georsre Wilcox and Miss Ruth Wilcox left Monday aft- ernoon for Chicago to spend a few dajs on business and while there will attend the Century of Prog- ress. Hal McKnight of Monroe was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller over the week-end. Miss 'rene Miller accompanied Mr. Mc- Knight back to Madison, after hav- ing spent a week's vacation with her parents. Miss Marie Wagner .is spending a week's vacation in Chicago and La Salic, 111. J. H. Fletcher returned Sunday to his home in Forest Park, 111., after a two week's vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Fritzsinger. Mr. and Mrs. Fritzsinger and daughter, Jean, accompanied Mr. Fletcher to Chicago to spend a few days and attend the Century of Progress. The Misses Elizabeth and Eachel Philleo and Janet Fontaine left this William Eckerman, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Binnebose and with Mr. Papineau's mother. Donald Eck- erman accompanied them back to spend some time here. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Clark and fam- ily spent Sunday with relatives at Stevens Point. Herbert G. Brunken of Milwaukee returned to his home on Sunday af- ter spending a few days here, the guest of Mrs. Emma Vickers and Ramond Vickers. Mr. Brunken is a member of the MacDowell Colony of Peterboro, New Hampshire. How you feel depends on what you eat EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY from WIS. RAPIDS ROUND TRIP CHICAGO Good in roomy, comfortable coaches. 10-day return limit. EVERY DAY ROUND TRIP CHICAGO Good in coaches; or sleeping and parlor extra. 25% reduc- tion in round trip sleeping car rates. 16-day return limit. WORLD'S FAIR TOURS Escorted expense-paid plan Why not leave worry behind when you start for Chicago? Let us suggest a Money-Saving Tour for about per day in Chicago in addition to your railroad fare. Our tours include lodging, sightseeing, admissions to World's Fair, a thrilling or 5 days. Traveling with carefree tour parties or independently consult Milwaukee travel experts. You'll find them well posted, of The Milwaukee Road's friendly service. Convenient transportation for in- dependent travelers from Union Station direct to Fair entrances: Bus Street Car or Ele- vated Tour parties provided with free transportation. Ask us. A. O. Scndit Piticnjer Ticket Agent 588, Ripidi, Wii. inn II MILWAUKEE ROAD Loncest Electrified Railroad Wisconsin Valley Creamery Co. Wisconsin Valley Milk is Pasteurized." TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY The cleverest, classiest musical revue brought to Wisconsin Rapids in sev- eral years! ON THE STAGE VANITIES" THE FAMOUS RITZ CARLTON ORCHESTRA Screen Loretta Youi Lyle Winnie Lightne BEAUTIFUL DANCING GIRLS NEW DANCES NEW GAGS It Will Be Naughty But Nice YOU MUST SEE THIS SHOW COMING: "DOUBLE HARNESS with William Powell and Ann Harding with friends and relatives at La.mornjng for Milwaukee to spend a Wearing the same dress and the same smile that has featured her I appearance through the duration of her sensational trial, Mrs. Jes- c Costello, accused of the poison rder of her husband, is pictured [as she arrived at the Salem, Mass., _____ _ p court to hear verdict of not Personals Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone Farris and daughter, Ethel, and Miss Ethel Ludwig have returned from a week's visit at Chicago, where they attended the Century of Prog- ress. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Gestier of Milwaukee spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cook. Dr. Gestier returned to Mil- waukee and Mrs. Gestier remained for a week's visit with her parents, and Mrs. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bever, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Booth and Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson will attend the graduation this evening at Marshfield of Miss Marguerite Bever, who has completed the nurses' training course at St. Jo- hospital. The exercises will Crosse. daughter, Catherine, left this morning for Chicago to spend the icmainder of the week in attend- ance at the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bavier of Mil- waukee been guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gurtler for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benson and daughter, Leora, of Munising, Mich., left Monday for their home after a week-end visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kohnen. Mrs. Benson is a sister of Mrs. Kohnen. Miss Jean Mosher of Pittsville spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bilse and son, Waldemar, of Ridgeland and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bilse of Bar- ren have returned to their homes few days. Miss Rachel Philleo will go on to Chicago before returning home. 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