Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune Newspaper Archive: June 28, 1934 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune

Location: Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 28, 1934, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                               Page Six Wisconsin Rapids Daily TribmM Thursday, June 28, 1934. News and Notes of SOCIETY HOME NEWS PAGE Comings and Qoings of LOCAL PEOPLE J. Wilson, L Conzabowski Wed at Adams On Saturday, June 23, at five o'- clock in the afternoon Miss Joyce Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson, and Leo Gon- zagowski, son of Mrs. Catherine Gonzagowski, all of were united in marriage by the Rev. M. F. McQuaid in the Catholic rectory. For the ceremony the bride chose a gown of white crepe with white accessories and her attendant, Miss Margaret Lobby, wore yellow crepe with white accessories. Joseph Gonzagowski, attended his brother, as best man. The three course wedding dinner was served at the bride's home where green and white was. used in the decorations. The bride graduated from the Adams-Friendship high school with the class of 1934 and since has been managing the Charleston cafe. The bridegroom is employed in the round house of the Chicago Northwestern railroad. They will make their home with the groom's mother upon their return from a trip to Chicago and the Century of Progress. Those from away who attended the wedding were Mrs. Joseph Lob- by and daughter, Genevieve of Grand Marsh and Mrs. William Bonnet jr. and family and William Bonnet sr. of Brooks; Mrs. A. Bon- net and daughters, Viola and Doris, Mrs. Robert Wohfert and daughters, Elaine and Evelyn of Portage; George Pick of Camp Douglas. Ladies' Aid At the monthly meettng of the Ladies' Aid society of the East Side Lutheran church held yesterday af- ternoon at the church parlors the members made plans for the annual picnic of the congregation which will be held on July 29. Mrs. August Ladwig, Mrs. Albert Arndt and Mrs. Herman Plenke were placed on the committee to make arrangements for the event. A new constitution and new set of by-laws were lead and adopted yeste'rday afternoon. Mrs. Phil Zca- riian was appointed social chairman for the coming six months. A new member, Mrs. F. Lindemann, was rccchod into the aid. At the of the business session refreshments wore by the hostess commit- tee: Mrs. William Witt, chairman, Mrs. Rudolph Hahn, Mrs. Harry Miller. Richard Sowaska, and Mrs. Irving Karnatz. t Tuesday Club Dinner One of the delightful for members of the Tuesday club took place last evening when the members their husbands and a number of were cntci tamed Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Women's Relief Corps, meets at Le- gion p. m. Liic-kv Thirteen Club. Mrs. Albert SteiuKe, :.'.00 ji. in. CoraAnderson Is Bride oi Thos. Cuyant About seventy-five friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson Sunday for a shower giv- en in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guyant of Amherst. Mrs. Guyant was formerly Miss Cora Anderson of this vicinity, moving from here a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Guyant were mar- ried at o'clock Saturday after- noon, June 16, with the Rev. E. C. Remertson, former pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church at Am- lerst, officiating. The ceremony took place before the candle lighted altar at the Trinity Lutheran church, St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Larson of Mankato, Minn., were the attend- ants. The jink soft crepe, ength with laige bride's dress was of shell fashioned ankle puffed es. She wore a large white hat, white accessories and a corsage of roses and sweet peas. Mrs. Larson's dress was of green rough crepe and she vore a white hat, accessories of white and similar corsage. After the ceremony the bridal )arty accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. partook of a sumptuous vedding dinner at the Curtis hotel n Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Guyant spent their loneymoon at the home of the for- mer's sister at Minot, N. D. They will reside in Amherst where Mr. luyant has employment. S. A. C. Club- Mrs. I. E. Wilcox enteitained the A. C. club at her home above iion Tuesday evening. Two guests vore Mi1-. M. 0. Masten and Mrs. C. K. Grouse. For entertam- nent eontiact bridge was in play r.d high honois for club membeis to Don Smait, Ar- hur Su'idot and Mrs. J. L. Timm. and M's. Croupe each gup'-t favor. After the a delicious lunch was served. .tained at the home of Miss Jessie Sanford on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence Henry of Decatur, 111., and Mrs. Richard Kroll were club guests for the occasion. Needlework and a social time were followed by a de- lightful lunch at five. Personals cards at the Nepco at lake home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kibby. The summer evening on the lake 'shore with contract bridge as an added diversion proved most enjoyable. Bridge prizes weie award- ed' to Mrs. E. P. Gloason, Mrs. John E. Alexander and Mrs. R. B. Graves and to Bernard C. Brazeau and T. W. Brazeau. Guests of the club wore Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lindstrom of Evanston Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phil- lips of Chicago; Mrs. Frank Bellow of Minneapolis, Miss Mary Rough- sedge of Ottawa. Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac P. Witter and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Gleason. Home The June meeting of the Home Department of the Congregational Sunday school took place yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George L. Cook. A large attendance of members and two visitors, Mrs. John Schwenk and Miss Anna Mc- Millan, were present for the occas- ion. The leader, MrsT. Edgar Kellogg, conducted a highly interesting ques- tionnaire and then passed out ar- ticles to be read by these present, which proved unusually instructive. After the study session a social hour enjoyed and refreshments were served. Mrs. McCann, Mrs. F. G. Brown and Mrs. J. Merle Stevens assisting hostesses. Annual Church The First Methodist church of this city will hold its annual picnic at Robinson park on Friday after- noon. All members of the church their families are urged to at- tend. Those wishing transportation will meet at the church at 1 o'clock cars will be provided for them. Each one attending is to bring their own picnic lunches with neces- sary dishes, also one covered dish. Games, refreshments and a general good time are assured to all who at- tend. C-8 Club- Members of the C-S club were en- tertained at a dessert luncheon at the Hugh Goggms cottage above Biron yesterday when Mrs. Goggins and Mrs. Fred Bushnell were hos- tesses. The occasion was the final club gathering for the summer. The later afternoon was spent in playing contract bridge, prizes going to Mrs. Richard Kroll and Mrs. Hugh Meth- od. Mrs, George R. Baker, a guest of the afternoon, was the recipient of a special favor. Circle Two Thirty-five members of Circle Two of the First Methodist church and their families attended the picnic held at the home of Mrs. A. G. Den- jiiston on Tuesday afternoon and en- joyed a pleasant afternoon at the Denniston home and at their cot- tage nearby on Mile Creek. The picnic supper was spread at fivf o'clock. The next regular circle meeting will be held July 10. Chaile.s La ramie jr. hos- to ihc membeis of the Amitie club at her home Tuesday evening, having as additional guests, Mrs. F. F. Fiinotahl, and Mis. Goorge Rei- land. Contiact bridge offcied diver- sion and the prizes at the game went to Hugh Lenanp and Mis. fiobcit Reiland of Poit Edwaids. Fiinstnhl received the guest prize. A club luncheon was scnfcd by the hostess. Young People's Mi'-Monarj The Young Pwplo's '-orioty of the English Luther- an chuich mot at Die rlnnrh Tuesday evening. After the business session the members indulged m group singing and Miss Irene Swan- son added to the pleasure of the gathering by reading a poem. The hostesses for the evening, the Miss- es Camflia and Ellen Anderson, served light refreshments. Luncheon at Silver Mrs. S. A. Tatc who is spending several weeks at Silver lake, Wauto- ma, entertained a group of Wiscon- sin Rapids and Wautoma friends at luncheon there yesterday afternoon. The dainty repast was followed by contract bridge for which the prizes went to Mis. Gilbert Hein and Mrs. Harry Wilpolt. i. E. Club- Mrs. Reinhard Knuth entertained the W. E. club at her homo Wednes- day evening, the guests participat- ing in the favored game, five hund- red. Mrs. Virgil Carney and Mrs. Ed Knuth were the prize winners of the club and a special favor went to Mrs. Webster Cook, a club guest. A dainty club lunch was served by the hostess. Kensington The Kensington club was enter- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kelley and daughter, Joan, and son, Paul, will leave Friday for Fort Collins, Colo- rado, where Mr. Kel'ey will enter the summer session at Colorado Ag- ricultural college. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rodeghier of Minneapolis have leased the Lloyd cottage above Biron and will make ;heir home there during the summer months. Mr. Rodeghier is physical instructor in the Minne- apolis schools. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith of New- man, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of Oak Park, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Javid Kurd and Mrs. A. W. Schonke of Plainfield were guests on Tuesday vt the home of Mr. and Sirs. Victor ichonke. Mr. and Mrs. John Malicke return- ee. Sunday from Merrill they .ttended the wedding of Mrs. Ma- icke's youngest brother, Tony Wal- ancik, to Bliss Vera Barker which ook place Saturday morning at Mer- ill. Mrs. Anna Wedin of Minneapolis s visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A E. Wedin. Mrs. Alden Fry and son of New Jome spent Tuesdav at the home of er mother, Mrs. August Bogs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Romanski jr. nd Miss Magdalene Bojarski accoin- a nun who has visited at the It. Lawience parsonage, to Inde- on Tuesday and remained 01 a visit with friends of Miss Bo- arski. They returned Wednesday af- ernoon. The Misses Doi othy Rathke and felen Case of Cameron returned Tonday to their homes after a eek's visit at the home of the for- ler's sister, Mrs. Kail Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wittenberg nd son, Bobby, loft yesterday for enosha to spend the lemainder of le week at the home of Mr. and frs. Gust Lipkc. Mr. and Mrs. Anlnn Kubisiak and on, Francis, of .Tancsvillc spent the, veck-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kubisiak. Otis and Ruth Mehlhcrg of New London, nephew niece of Mrs. B. T. Ziojrlcr, aic guests at the Zicjrler home, planning to remain over the Fourth. The Misses Ruby Zuetro and Ar- d'th Jefferson have i cturncd fi om Milwaukee where thev spent the past ten dajs with Miss Jefferson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jef- ferson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Hcnkc, Mr. and Mrs. TRAIN SERVICE Daily Except Sunday To and From FOND DU LAC CHICAGO-MILWAUKEE Read Down Read Up am Lv. Arpin Ar. am Lv. Vesper Ar. pm am Lv. Wis. Rprls. am Ar Fond d'Lac pmAr. Milwaukee Lv. pm Ar. Chicago Lv. pin Reduced Round Trip Fares Arpin to Fond du Vesper to Fond du Wis. Rapids to Fond du Lac Arpin to Vesper to Wis. Rapids to Milwaukee _ ?5.75 BARGAIN ROUND TRIPS to the WORLD'S FAIR Arpin to Chicago On Sale VeCiPer to Chicago Wis. Rapids to Chicago 15 day return limit. Friday, Saturday Arpin to Chicago Vesper to Chicago Wis. Rapids to Chicago 10 day return limit. Write or call Ticket Agent C. N. W. Ry. Chicago North Western Ry, PALACE Tonight WAS THE PAST Of- THE GOVERNOR'S WIFE Triuclftuirli Colombia Comedy VJEIODRM V BgatWa COMING MON. FOR 3 DAYS "STAND ur AM) C1IKKR" RAPIDS HE BUILT A VICTOR? OUT OF A THE WOMAN WHO IET HIS BWMEP. DOWN FOUND HEPSELF A STMNGCR TO HER ONLY SON T Kelly Comrrty OO.MIXr, SUNDAY: Motro "HOLLYWOOD 1'ARTY" All pilnr Comfdy Alex Burmeister and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Zuege and their families hole a picnic Sunday in the park at Pitts- v'lle. Mrs. William Burt returned Tues- cfcy from a week'.-; visit with hei o'r.ughter, Mrs. R. E. Wolverton, in Chicago and while there attendee the Century of Progress. Mrs. George'Warren of Chicago icft yesterday for her home aftei having visited relatives here. Mrs. Warren was accompanied by Mrs. S. Beardsley and Miss Margaret Beardsley wiio will spend a few days at the Warren home. Mrs, Sam Mobersr was called to Milwaukee last week by the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. George Cotter, and is remaining to care for her. Blr. and Mrs. Frank Francis and son, Billy, of Dodgeville returned to their home Monday after spending tbc week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Bunde and with other relatives. Herman Manz and Alois Yanta spent the week-end on a fishing trip to Hatfield. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lindstrom of Evanston, 111., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac P. Wit- ter. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Phillips of Chicago are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Alexander, Port Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. John Plahmer and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bassett have returned from a week's fishing trip above Haywaid, Wis. Mrs. Frank Rafferty and son, Kenneth, of Evanston, 111., spent the early part of the week here visiting old friends. Mrs. Rafferty will be remembered as Miss Bert Gardner. Rural Social Events Babcock Community An interesting program was pre- sented at the community club meet at the Babcock town hall Saturday night. Among the entertainers were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brovald and Zigman Gronski. After more than an hour of wholesome fun and laughter, supper was .served. A dance dale will meet Tuesday afternoon, July 3, in the church Mrs. Jules Reveling will be Auburndale The following relatives and friends gathered at the 0. K. Ander- son home in Auburndale Friday eve- ning, June 22, to help him celebrate his 78th birthday anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. William Lenahue of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman An- derson Ervin Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Manlick and family. The evening was spent in playing cards. Lunch was served at mid- Birthday Twenty relatives and friends ga- ;hered at the Arthur Anderson home at Auburndale Saturday evening, Tune 23, to help Mr. Anderson cele- srate his birthday. The evening was spent in playing cards and socially, nch was served and the honor guest received many useful o'b. St. Wenceslaus The ladies of St. Wencelaus church of Milladore held their meet- ing in the Parish hall Wednesday, June 20. After the meeting, cards and bunco was played. Prizes at cards went to Mrs. Frank Mancl and Miss Alice Mancl, and at bunco to Miss Leona Mayer and Miss Tressa Vanak. Mrs. J. Cherney won the door prize. At 4 p. m. a delicious, plate lunch was served- by Mrs. Charles Lang, Mrs. George Lang, Miss Agnes Lang, and Mrs. John Haumschild, jr. The next meeting will be held July 3, and Mrs. Mary Lang, Mrs. Frodl, and Mrs. John Swess will be hostesses. Everyone is Milladore Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grosinick were surprised by a crowd of friends at Milladore Thursday. Cards and games were enjoyed and a delicious picnic lunch was served at Entertains Mrs. John Galvin, Milladore, was the hostess for the Methodist Epis- copal Ladies' Aid meeting at her home Wednesday afternoon. Lunch was Bancroft The Ladies' Aid of Bancroft will hold its next meeting with Mrs. Fred Morgan at her home in Ban- Vesper 4-H The Vesper 4-H club will hold its meeting Friday evening at the club house. The meeting will open with all members repeating the 4-H club pledge. A comedy entitled "The Train to will be present- ed. Miss Nina Treutel is the direc- tor of the play. The program is in charge of the members of the bak- ing i Arpin Twenty-five ladies attended a party Tuesday afternoon at the El- mer Falk home. Five tables of cards were played and Mrs. Albert Stoflet and Mrs. Byron Whittingham re- ceived prizes. Refreshments were served and Mrs, Falk received lovelj gifts.- -h. Bible The Lutheran Vacation Bible school which started in Vesper Mon- day, June 25, opened with an en- lollment of 38, including 15 in the primary department, 15 in the inter- mediate group, and 8 in the senior group, from 12 to 14 years of age. Those attending from Arpin are Nila and Burton Scheunneman, Don- ald and Melvin Zuehlke, Lucille and Lois Duckey, Gladys and Jake Wun- row, and Miltoir-and Floyd Scheune- man, Laura Peterson and Fred Erd- St. John's The Ladies' Aid society of St. ohn's Lutheran church of Auburn- MORE IG VALUES o -mis WEEK h ANN PAGE PORK AND BEANS 6 25 CREAMERY YOUR HUSBAND MAYBE IT'S THE WEATHER-MAYBE IT'S HIS JOB- MAYBE HE'S WORRIED WHENEVER HE'S WAY" JUST SERVE HIM A BOTTLE OF PABST BLUE RIBBON YOU CAN SEE HOW HE RELAXES AND BECOMES BUTTER Pound 26c ASSORTED BEVERAGES 3 24-oz. Bottles PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT SUNNYFIELD 24Mb. 37c Bag GOLD MEDAL or PILLBURY'S BEST 24H-lb. Bag PILLSBURY'S SNO-SHEEN CAKE FLOUR 25 MADISON DILL 2 Qt. Jars TISSUE SEMINOLE 1000-sheet ROLLS 25 'x! A DIFFERENT MAN Try this plan.. Order a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon.. Put a few bottles in the refriger- ator Now you ready to tame thai- fretful, irritated husband Serve him a bottle as soon as he comes home and watch results See how it soothes and refreshes him how it quickly restores his good humor But don't spoil your remedy by serving ordinary beer.. Make sure that you get Pabst Blue Ribbon-it is pure and full-flavored with a distinc- tive taste that has made it America's first choice. P. S: Have the children been especially trying today? Are your nerves on edge? A cool, refreshing bottle of Pabst Blue Ribbon will rest you too. It's ideal at lunch, or in mid-afternoon. Try it. PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 13 DOGGIE DINNER 2 16-oz. cans 15c SUPER SUDS.....2 pbs. 29c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP CHIPS 2 lae. PlcSs. 19c FINE GRANULATED BEET SUGAR 10 49c CANE SUGAR. 10 pounds EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 Bab3 55c BOKAR COFFEE Ib. can 27C RAJAH Salad Dressing qt. jar SWEET Pickles qL 21 c DEL MONTE Asparagus Tips 2 105-oz. cans MONTE Peaches 3 30-oz. cans 50c SHREDDED Wheat 2 12-oz.pkgs. Our Own Tea Mb. PlcS. 15c WESTERN MIXED N. B. C Cookies Ib. Baking Powder can 19c IONA Lima Beans 4 16-oz. cans ROOT BEEC Extract 3-oz. bottle 22c SULTANA RED Kidney Beans 4 16-oz. cans Evap. Milk 3 14i-oz.cans 1 7c SULTANA Red Beans 6 16-or. cans MACARONI Spaghetti 8-oz. pkg. 5c CLEAN QUICK Soap Chips 5-Ib. pkg. CRYSTAL WHITE Ajax Soap 7 (Sc. bars 25c PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER O MX bjr Prtmfir-Pital Distributed by A. L. Shafton Co., 129 Clark Street, Stevens Point Phone 128 GRANDMOTHER'S CARAWAY RYE BREAD A Real Treat! 1-LB. LOAF GRANDMOTHER'S White Bread 9fc Farm Feeds DAILY EGG Switch Feed. DAILY EGG DAILY GROWTH DAILY GROWTH I DAILY GROWTH FhN ChM DAILY GROWTH Oyster Shells Fine or Coarse 100-LB. BAG 100-LB.' BAG 100-LB. BAG 100-LB. BAG 100-LB. BAG 100-LB. 1 BAG 100-Lb. Bag Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES Size 288, Dozen TOMATOES 2 Pounds 15c CANTALOUPE Size 27 15c PLUMS 6 Lb. Basket 45c LETTUCE 60 L Heads IOC CABBAGE Lb. NEW POTATOES Peek 35c THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA CO.   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication