You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
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 deniable The N R A t gong to all of keen competition ror does it nake but t i of rit t operu Mr lei IK 11 A a- the t human c1 id in tie i v of the fittest I was a lure of the il if the m retail it the N R A the the IF to new methods of i Youi of t cb thf i ci cf mechard in i ei o t M pro np to f enard mire ti in t'i die n tie o iab aid f re mt sr to be to 11 orcc ne tl oa do u to c but it i ff Jlr en ing lor OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahearn YOU GUVS MADE OP TVA MAXOR ABOUT TR ARREST OF CAPTAIN THEN TH LUNG SO HE CAN STRETCH TH STORY OVER A LOT OF TERR HE GETS A BREEZE LJP ON A STORY HE IT OUT MORE CANVAS INTO A WEEK OR HE GOMES TO TH PART VOL WANT TO YOU TIGHTEN TH HE LOOSENS WE WALKED 4 TH EVENT OUT ON f TOOK PLAC WHEN HE i TW OTHER WORKING SHORT PUFFS BELLOWS CALLS ON AM ACT DEPUTY LAWYER ENGAGE IN DUEL IN SCANDAL CASE huge athletic field before empty Denches in a biting cold wind each filing two shots without result A score of friends who arrived with the principals were the only spectators besides those who ed The bitterness of their quarrel outgrowth of an article Beineix MEN TIRE BULLETS TWO SHOTS BUT IS TOUCHED BY DECLARE SELVES DISSATISFIED Paris Jan pistol shots echoed an empty ball stadium in the Pare Des Princes on the outskirts of Pans today as Deputy Andie Hesse and John a lawyer fought the first duel to from the ne Lank scandal The men met in the middle of the wrote criticizing Hesse for his as a lawyer Serge isky while a member of the chamber of deputies was not settled by the satisfaction of honor Stavisky j singer woe founded the fallen Bayonne stokowski and the Radio Program For Tonight 7 Hi at m nml his NHC tenor chain Including WABC 8 p Show with bault shop Are Dissatisfied Eva was with a number of nice The members of the St Jacob's Walter League of Rudolph and friends enjoyed a and coasting party Saturday A delicious lunch was served it the Frank Gumz home later in the T n for i a d nrg tic Good I- Tho er t c K rjl n be a soon Crewman People Benefit Card 1 e to nf arrl i The Altar society of the If oa on d LOO i T Rural Social Events Holy church Sigel will entertain v ith at a benefit card m the pans hall February of the interior cf S o'clocK All the car im tie o of gaires and bunco be played an rra p vail be awarded A lunch vnl t ana ere if The be sened The publia is t n to to attend w a i- CCD t w at lave to sell I 4 IT aeh an 1 v Community Club d wake t for them The Pleasant Valley en Saturday at the home the evening He was presented with a gift by his friends in remembrance of the occasion Home Talent Theie will be two home talent Birthday A group of gathered at to b tie pro er pr ce i z ent club will hold monthly meeting cj January The following onal b 1 pa on Mr Ratings to S11 icrs afl to be Music Al and Rupert Schiller singing o tie if or a J Mrs Salter and co n Pan 1 bu me cc Domke Mane the Uon Ed Gachnang Kurt Zellmer Pob Schuetze bv the monologue Emily music and singing Leo Limne and lead ng Dorothy Ferk music anc Arlene Durkey and girls plav appearance Gene and w Ed Zuelke and Light ng qO Kabot Fred Schalla of Paul chargi 01 Of the The public is in Mted to 0 ou d 10 Hot V3 SO Mr and Mrs Thorpe of I unk D 4.K1 in i nt of the j the con m IKj i hoid club at their hoMp r at 11 to Mr tne Ho Ko md ClifT George a ti n's th il to the per wl o d tip in tonic t on In I like to in Extend Deadline for Buying Auto License Giob ind R p A Connor and Mrs Ray Ah and E tov H A Connor and George ob f tt ad I K 1 Vi r h t i Parti Tin at the homp in 1 1 11 T nd to help Carol The 1 ci i ih Mtp his birthday g w i- in nd i lunch v as Caiol rr M d main ob has b on for i I the or at a in of hei th vd held at the home of her patents Mr and Mrs The Cypress of Auburndale d the it stated 1 A birthday cake and a kcd to d Sim cf tut e to lid nut oi acti ct t cf a b 1 ing the to March 1 he a- r 1 local j officers to make 10 jilt t- a 10 c Fib 1 Secretary of Fun 1 is ad- ICP creim The little I Schunke Jean and Dickie and Lucille td right bp dune such an would Miscellaneous be for- 0 d or a -1 nci and friends has not d a miscellaneous shower of Mr and Mis Joe the home of Mi and Mis Fiank dale in honor of the latter's sister j at Adams Sunday Miss Isabel Becker daughter of Mrs Charlie Becker who is soon to be- come the bride of Heisler of Rudolph Dancing furnished the evening's entertainment and later a delicious lunch was sened The honor guest received many beau- and useful Rudolph E R The E R A of Rudolph will meet Saturday 27 at the home of Mr and Mrs William mng in honor of Mi birthday A pot luck dinner was served at 630 Music singing and cards provided pastime for the ning High score prizes at five dred were won by Mis Paul er and N A Brunner Consolation prizes went to Mis Chris and Billy Mr 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 out of town guests Entertain Miss Bertha and Martha 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 of Altdorf Fred Warner Mr and Mis Peter Frede of Wisconsin Rapids Mr and Mrs John Cards provided he pastime for the Saturday evening the occasion be- ing her nineteenth Bunco provided the entertainment high going to Agnes and Bob Powell and consolation to Lillian Oche and Powell A lunch was served by Mis Jepson plav s and other entertainment od by the Ladies Aid society of the church presented at Babcock evening uary 27 The plays will be 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 KMOX WMT 0 P in and his or with Deems of ceremonies 9 p s orchestra Do Ite Mi girls WABC WMT FRIDAY Jean Joseph the 7 p soprano of thP duel the of the duel 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 men in France with a reputation of having 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 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- 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 of smoke and heard two chots muffled by the w ind Both men stood upright as if transfixed I realized an izing second that neither had touched Tho master of ceremonies handed a second and said an eve witness both again two shots were fired without and Hesse wore heavy overcoats result Gives Command Then came his short sharp com- 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 in France but by that time the group was leaving by a side gate In a dozen automobiles they drove MiC including OC 7 p ni news Plf Including KMOX fc 15 p m the rapidly away Hesse as the offended party chose the weapons used In the bitterly cold WABC KMOX p b with Adams a WOC 9 p m and Johnson dians WABC KMOX U p m sketch with Doll lie OC The wireless station in Franz Josef Land is the northernmost radig outpost in the world WAKE UP YOUR LIVER WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin to Go It you feel soar and sunk the world looks punk don't swallow a lot of salta eral waier oil laxative cundy or gum and expect them to make you suddenly and buoyant and full of sunshine For they can't do it They only move the bowels and a mere movement doesn't get at cause The reason for your down-and-out feeling 13 your liver It should pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels dally If this bile u not freely your food doesn't digest It just decays in the bowels Gas bloats up your stomach You have a thick bad Uiato and your breath is foul skin often breaks out in blemishes Your head aches and you feel down and out Your system is poisoned It takes those good old CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS to Bet these two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel up and up They contain wonderful harmless gentle vegetable when it comes to making the bile flow But don't ask for liver pills Ask for Carter i Little cr Pills Look for the name Carter a Little Liver Tills 01 the red label a substitute We Specialize in Expert ADJUSTING AND Garage Tel 502 320 1st St N WISCONSIN RAPIDS VS WAUSAU WISCONSIN VALLEY CONFERENCE GAME LINCOLN FIELD HOUSE General Admission and End Sections o Surprise Birthday Fourteen classmates surprised Jimmy Bloomquist at his home in Saturday evening in honor of us fourteenth birthday A six o'clock WTS served by Mrs assisted by Mrs Gus and Stoeckig nv entertained his guests at the wse ems Proves Great Boon to Pile Sufferers No m in or need suffer another Tom or rKing or non lint n Doctors jin known to us MOW A bl im be line 1 for -i moderate 0 be to see how oKh jet In Tohn r Dih rnp i tid nil Rood ni r h MMI on the ack if BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Everybody By Martin A VOO 60 XOO BEFORE XOO M N30OT TO s Always the finest tobaccos and only the center leaves are purchased for Lucky Strike cigarettes We don't buy top because those are And not the bottom those are in- ferior in quality The center which farmers are paid higher the mildest leaves And only center leaves are used in making round so from loose ends That's why every Lucky draws easily burns is always mild and smooth Then throat finer taste Always the Finest Tobacco mt Tte and only the Center Leaves Lucky Strike presents tht Metropolitan Opera Company Saturday at 1155 P M Eastern Standard Time over Red and Blue of NBC will broadcast Che Metropolitan Opera Company of New York in the complete Opera Aida NOT the top The Cream of the Crop A fOT the bottom i n quality
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!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 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.
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!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"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.