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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 25, 1934, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                               Page Two Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune Thursday, January 25, 1934 n SNYDER URGES NEW RETAILING FOR NEW DEAL (Continued from Page One) r-'O'e deniable The N R A. t gong to all of keen competition, ror does it nake tr  lei IK 11 A a- "the gnat- t   to be Music, Al Eobft le- fi-ed and Rupert Schiller, singing o" tie if ul'- or a J Mrs Salter and Bea- co n Pan 1 bu me cc Domke; iccitation, Mane John- the ncrk Uon, Ed Gachnang; iiohn fruitar Kurt Zellmer Pob Schuetze; bv the gnls monologue, Emily music and singing Leo Limne and lead ng, Dorothy Ferk; music anc Arlene Durkey and Dex- girls, plav appearance Gene McCcnnell and Irte-nr w rcrn Ed Zuelke and Light ng qO Cbailes Kabot Fred Schalla Intcll'jrence of Paul gdnllor ha-ie chargi 01 Of the piognm. The public is in Cla-i Mted to ncicnai ________M ,0 _____ V.i ou d' 10 Hot Is______________'iO V3 SO Mr and Mrs JCoel Thorpe of Au- I unk D 4.K1. in i nt of the j hurrr'ilo cntpitamed the Sheeph- V> con m PLipnis IKj !--i i s0 hoid club at their hoMp Sundiv r juif.f'pfl at mpetinsr .11 Ijnmtr I'n'cs ucrp to Mr tne ncukpi-. Ho .'Ko md ClifT DTIOAV, Mr- George a ti n's th il to the per wl o ertri "d tip Ict'ci 'in tonic t on V> In I like to S'lon in llipul Extend Deadline for Buying Auto License Giob ind R p L-ert A Connor Othcis and Mrs Ray Ah and >S E Luep- tov, H A Connor and George G'ob ob Alac'i f tt ad I 'K 1 Vi r h f'd t i Bi'tlulav Parti Tin githriod at the Alupllpr homp in (1') _ 1 11 il  -P Sim cf tut e to lid nut oi acti ct t cf a b ,1 extend- ing the to March 1 he a-' r 1 local j ohrc officers to make 10 jilt t- a ptnol 10 tir> c Fib 1 Secretary of Thcoar-itv Fun pv.nn 1 is" ad- ICP creim The little wprp I iVome Schunke, Jean, Ku'h and Dickie Bpstul and Lucille td thi-, right bp dune _ M'cthr- such an would Miscellaneous Shower- be for- "0 d or a -1 nci iciiodj ichtnes and friends has not bcc-i d. tcrmmcd. [attcndrcl a miscellaneous shower gn- of Mr. and Mis. Joe Smazl, Auburn- the home of Mi. and Mis. Fiank dale, in honor of the latter's sister, j Lmenfelser at Adams Sunday Miss Isabel Becker, daughter of Mrs. Charlie Becker, who is soon to be- come the bride of Alhe Heisler of Rudolph. Dancing furnished the evening's entertainment and later a delicious lunch was sened The honor guest received many beau- tiful and useful Rudolph E. R. The E. R. A. of Rudolph will meet Saturday, Januaiy 27, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ku- mng in honor of Mi Lme'.felser's birthday. A pot luck dinner was served at 630. Music, singing and cards provided pastime for the eve- ning. High score prizes at five hun- dred were won by Mis. Paul Fisch- er and N. A. Brunner. Consolation prizes went to Mis. Chris and Billy Gilhngham. Mr. Lmen- felser was presented with a nice Birthday friends of Jepson ter. All members are asked to be were invited to her home in Adams present Thirty women friends gathered at tha William Grunwaldt home in Rudolph Thursday afternoon and held a shower in honor of Mrs. Grunwaldt. Many useful gifts were received by the honor guest Mrs. Leland Rocheleau and Mrs. Otto Fahl of Wisconsin Rapids -were out of town guests Entertain Miss Bertha and Martha Schuer- man of Rudolph entertained at their home Saturday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wipfli and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. John Schilter, Mr. and Mrs William Wateiman of Altdorf, Fred Warner, Mr and Mis. Peter Frede of Wisconsin Rapids, Mr. and Mrs John Dorhorst Cards provided he pastime for the Saturday evening, the occasion be- ing her nineteenth bnthdav. Bunco provided the entertainment, high pnres going to Agnes McGmty and Bob Powell and consolation pri7es to Lillian Oche and Bill Powell. A lunch was served by Mis. Jepson plav s and other entertainment spoil- so! od by the Ladies' Aid society of the Congiegational church presented at Babcock Satuiday evening, Jan- uary 27. The plays will be fol- lowed by a dance and lunch, and a white elephant sale will be held. The public is invited to Expressing dissatisfaction at the result, the men stalked off the field with their attendants. Four seconds, two doctors and Philadelphia Mtunhom or< hcstra, WAHC, KMOX, W1SN, WCCO, WMT. 0 P in Whitcrnjii and his or ohestra with Deems niantcr of ceremonies, M'LW. WMAQ, WEBC, WTMJ, KSTP 9 p s orchestra Ircno Do Ite Mi girls, WABC, WliBM, KMUX, WMT. FRIDAY Jean Joseph Eenaud, the diiector 7 p soprano, of thP duel. Kimprvispd the nronppd- of the duel, sxipervised the proceed ings. The men were placed facing each other about 80 feet apart. They fired at Renaud's command. One of the most famous swords- men in France, with a reputation of having diiected more duels than any Frenchman, and of having fought a scoie himself, Reynaud counted to ten while v. atching his metronome beat at the rate of 90 to the min- ute. Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Eagan of Wautoma entertained the following at a dinner party at the Callahan (Continued on Stx) which they took off, leaving them shivering in the raw wind. Men are Examined "The second, according to custom, examined the antagonists to make sure that neither was wearing con- cealed armor. "Beineix removed collar but Hesse did not, flapping his arms to keep warm "Finally the master of ceremonies handed each a loaded pistol, counted and gave the woid to firp "The combatants raised their arms and I saw two puff-, of smoke and heard two chots muffled by the w ind "Both men stood upright as if transfixed. I realized an agon- izing second that neither had bpen touched. Tho master of ceremonies handed opch a second and said an eve witness, "both Bemeix again two shots were fired without and Hesse wore heavy overcoats result." Gives Command Then came his short, sharp com- mand: This routine was repeated for the second exchange of shots. Shortly after the last two bullets had been filed, policemen arrived on the scere, as dueling is unlavful in France, but by that time the group was alieady leaving by a side gate In a dozen automobiles they drove MiC diiilii including 1MJ, OC. i.UC 7 p ni --Dnroatlzecl news Plf clnln Including KMOX, WCCO fc 15 p m oolcott, the rapidly away. Hesse, as the offended party, chose the weapons used. "In the bitterly cold "Touu WABC, KMOX, W1SN, WLCU. 8'30 p b with Adams, Vluor Xouug a urtbcbtia. WOC. 9 p. m and Johnson, come- dians, WABC, WliISM, KMOX, WCCO. U p m sketch with MuiMlIth am! Doll Auiei lie, r- onlivstru, WMAQ, OC, J.MJ, KSTI', WEBC. 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