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Eau Claire Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 5 the daily Telegram Quot my a Claire Wisconsin saturday May i 1985 films available for loan at Public Library Brownie Tea at Whitehall cites leaders fourteen new films will to available for loan to any individual or organization from May 3rd to june Lith. Films must to used on a 16 Nim. Sound projector. They can to reserved by stopping at Tho eau Claire Public Library or calling 2-8341. Tho new films Are a conserving our soil today a a staff photo visitor a a banquet was hold at Tho hot eau Claire tuesday april 27, by the itt society in Honor of the visiting National president mrs. Paul Fry. Seated at for right. Pictured above standing left to right Are mrs. Rodger Stolp chapter president and mrs. Donald Branson treasurer. Seated left to right Are mrs. Donald Peterson Secretary and mrs. Ronald Sandborg historian. Whitehall special mrs. S b. Ivors neighbourhood chairman of girl scouts and Brownie leaders mrs. Orrin even son mrs Marvin Olson and mrs. Robert Everson wore these a presented with corsages and gifts at the Brownie Tea held at our Saviour s l u Thor a n Church Whitehall monday evening. April 26. Mrs. Avis Lewis la Crosse executive of t h e River land which Council Vvs a Quot so present at shows How soil is formed Why in Tea a a presented with a humus is important How soil is Corsage parents of the by own damaged How soil problems cd Kluj a Are solved and new methods Allemang of conservation. A Duck Hunt memorial Hospital and Erst dilemma a tells that the Niin strata a. Thanking the Gills dilemma is fewer and fewer or favors they had made and Birds and More and More Hunt presented Hospital patients to d ers. Suggestions made As to parents it enjoy children Foi what can be done. A a a exploring the night Quot a. A a sky a discusses the stars Sun showing planets and meteors and Ridenti also speaking to the group ties constellations through Ani Lewis and film of childhood can never run Over Tor the second mated drawings. It strafe How the Telescope and Observatory d a in e operates. A Frank Lloyd Wright Quot d i a cusses his theories of functional architecture and analyses contemporary styles tracing them Back to greek and Asiatic origins. To the i vers. Pastor mrs. Of. Demon. % _ ,. Birkeland of our Saviour s lutheran Church. D0iq r 111 lunch was prepared and to i i to i i served by the Brownie troop la of is i of i Igot committee the Mes. Vernon n in Nannt Pischke Norman Johnson Wes a a Kyj o la. Full i lev Briggs and Floren Hugge. Rho eau Loire chapters of a. D. Beta Sigma Phi celebrated the piano recital 21th anniversary of the or the piano pupils of mrs. D l. Yaniz Ationo a founding tuesday Utphall were presented in a evening april 27, at 6 30. A recital saturday evening banquet Iii which the three to april 24. 1965 at the Lake St founders Day banquet pictured left to right Are Mary Ann Dahlheimer Barbara Stanton and Diane Neary. Who Are new members of Beta Sigma Phi. They were received into membership at the founders Day banquet which was held tuesday april 27, at the Holiday inn Tyr so Good night Socrates Kali Nita Socrates a is a documentary done by a local Sturgeon Bay boy when a student at Northwestern University. A Man reflects on the times before the fatal Day the people on Socrates St. Received their forty Day eviction notice and Anderson there by a greek Community and culture gave Way to a animation in the City of Chicago. A Iran a Between t w 0 1 bae Jill Anderson Kathy Johnson Barry Mcrae Debbie methodist Church. Students participating in the recital were Wally Koch Susan Philip Anderson in dip Randy Mcfadden Kathy Begal mu.,be. Mary Berndt Craig rude j Anine my Bradley Myers. Worlds a gives a of Iran a history and life today. A Nova Saga and outdoor country a Are two films about the delights of Canada As a vacation land. Good picture geography Reetz Kim Mccarty Shannon Peterson Kristine Anderson. Jane Bergerson. Sir on wed Lund and Shirley Wedlund. Cal chapters joined for the occasion was held at the Holiday inn. Thirty four years ago. T h e first chapter of the sorority was formed in Abilene Kansas. Now 7.500 chapters and 175,000 members in four teen countries. In addition to the banquet several rituals were observed new members Are miss Diane miss Neary miss Mary Ann Dahl grand Heimer miss Susan Akey and for flit miss Barbara Stanton who were special received into membership. Other members who received lit ids of different degrees were miss Soma Osborn miss Jane Fox. Miss Dorothy Chapman mrs. Eileen Rudolphson a ii d mrs Richard Myhrs ritual of jewels miss Diane Blaeser miss Dorothy Dahlgren and mrs. Larry elders ritual of the badge and mrs. James Peterson exemplar mrs. George Elliott 1731 main Street served As g e ii e r a i chairman of t ii e founder s Day banquet. The Toast mistress was miss Nancy . 3164 Lake St. Sharon Harris 403 w. Ave., has been selected Honor of presenting a message from the Sorori founder. Stanley homemakers Stanley f special a child or. And mrs. Albert Hill observe 50th anniversary a the scribbling is for children and is animation. A Kitten named Miaow stain do y f special 1 a Quot i rum Whitehall special i be scribbles a picture of mice on development was the topic of Golden wedding anniversary of the Wall Only to have the mice the lesson Given by mrs. Fran Jan j mrs Albert Hill come to life and pursue her. Cis Bessel at the meeting of Whitehall was celebrated at an a the sea background for lit the Stanley homemakers tues open 1 Jie i in our Sav erasure a contains dramatic sex Day april 20. At the Home of Jour a lutheran Church Parlours certs from a the rime of the mrs. De Barta. The occasion sunday sculptured Crape carved and hand painted Quot original 9r.n�?~ Blue brownian unique ath even performers a shown seated at the piano is Beverly Colombe director left to right reverie Eckman Gloria Kerby show chairman and Marlene Parker publicity director r the Sweet and Elines Spring concert which was held saturday april 24, at the Holiday inn in the fireside room. They were among the performers on the program. Ancient a crossing also served As a birthday Cele the bar a and a Mutiny on the bration of the hostess. E a c ii Bounty a As Well As re enact member told a funny Story in ments of key scenes from a Cap response to Roll Call gains courageous a a two years the meeting May 18 will be before the Mast a a the Jour at the Home of mrs. Gertrude rials of Captain a treas Larson in Cameron where ure Island a and a moby will have their annual Aue a the talented hands a shows Hon. How Nova Scot ians Are rediscovering the pleasures of creating objects of Art with their own hands As illustrated ii Many Fine pictures. A Texas and its natural resources a portrays hardships and primitive life of Pioneer Days contrasted with in a a made Beauty of modern cities a and complexity of modern Industry. Many important industries Are discussed. A Venice a gives views of the City pointing out the nature and importance of the Gondola and water transportation to the life of Venice. A villages in the sky a contrasts the Hustle of modern cities with the serenity of the hopi villages in the sky High on the tips of three mesas in Northern Arizona. Pictures daily life. Also available is a Golf and grandeur a in which a golfer from Scotland Tours Alberta s finest courses. April 25. About 200 people attended Albert Hill and Dagny Sorlie were married april 28, 1915, at the Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. Henrick Sorlie in lakes Coulee near Blair. The Rev. Cd. Best Iii performed Cia wedding ceremony. Attendants were Al t Sorlie mrs. Tiber Anderson of Las vegas nev., and Eddie Hermanson the former was unable to attend sunday. They Farmed in the White Hall area until about 20 years ago when they moved to Whitehall. Their three children Myron Maquoketa la. Leroy and mrs. Joe Hazel Lee both of eau Claire seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren were All present at the anniversary Celebration. The Short program included musical numbers by Judy la von and Marsha Schorbahn and miss Stella Windjue and remarks by pastor . Birkeland 16 pc. Set 46.00 value dinners cups open # 4 fruits a 4 saucers Stock 1717 Western China Glass ave. Gifts store hours . 9 -9 . . 9 a rn.-5.30 free gift wrapping i delivery service its mothers Day sunday May Oil. For a limited time Only i Grote meeting a representing the Northwest Hospital auxiliary meeting which was held at the sacred heart Hospital monday. April 26. Are left to right. Sister Patrice sacred heart mrs. R. W. Freeman St. Joseph Home and Hospital River Falls mrs. R. Marck Apple River Valley memorial Hospital Amery and mrs. Ii in White Luther Hospital City. 0ll Basic sets of Towle Sterling area meeting for hospitals held locally tile Northwest Hospital auxiliary area meeting was held at the sacred heart Hospital monday april 26, under temporary chairmanship of mrs. . White. Conferences were held from 12 to i . With the election of officers and a luncheon was served at one of clock following a tour of the Hospital and skit put on by the sacred heart Hospital employees. The group discussed ways and Means to interest volunteers and recruiting volunteers. Mrs. R. Marck Amery Wisconsin. Was elected area chairman for the term of 2 years mrs. Ila. White eau Claire vice chairman mrs. Paul Zuboy Amery Secretary. The fall meeting will be in october at Amery Wisconsin. A skit a peptic ulcer was put on by the Hospital employees with the following employees participating Lois Satter Evelyn Gavre. Luella sessions Phyllis Matson Jim Bartlett round up Bartlett school will hold its kindergarten bound a p on wednesday May 5, at 1 30 . Or. R. In Richards physician land or. In j. Vlasnik dentist. Will explain the importance of the physical and dental examinations. Or. A. E. Petzold of the Lions club will explain the preschool vision screening which will be held May 12, at 9 30 . Spencer Ahneman principal. Mrs. Barbara kindergarten teacher and mrs. Dorothy Dernbach. School nurse will be present to answer any questions. Please bring your child a birth certificate. A Nursery will be provided and a social Coffee hour will follow. Hair help dry Scalp and damaged hair need special treatment. Weekly use of a baby shampoo with Scalp massages May get hair Back in shape. Badly damaged i hair Calls for professional care i at a Beauty Salon. Save up to $17.00 on four 4-piece place settings gave up to $46.00 on eight 6-piece place sittings save up to $69.00 on twelve 6-piece place settings new president a shown above is or Thor a. Gustafson on right retiring president of the f a Claire woman a club who pins a Corsage on mrs. Albert s Gaal the incoming president of the club. The occasion took place at the annual Spring luncheon of the eau Claire woman a club which was held tuesday april 27 at the hotel eau Claire. Here is a rare Opportunity to own the Towle Sterling service you have always wanted. Substantial savings on services for 4, 8, or twelve people Over the single place setting or open Stock Price. Parents of the Bride. Now is the time to carry on that wonderful old tradition of giving your daughter a set of Sterling for her wedding. Many Lovely Towle patterns to choose from. Bingham Clarence Poppe Richard Kelly Terry Spindler Beatrice Teresina Jerry Throlow son. Lorraine Winrick Norma Lap Ora Bernice Bresina Jim Kotke Dorothy Bergeron and sister Mary immaculate As narrator. Hostesses for the luncheon were mrs. In a. Buckley and mrs. J d. Angus. N j january Bride or. And mrs. David a. Wilson 217 Hudson St., announce the engagement of their daughter. Sherry Ann to Thomas Kuswa son of or. And mrs. M Wesley Kuswa of Milwaukee. He is a student at Wisconsin state University at eau Claire and she is employed at the Northwest confection co. A january wedding is planned. Patterns from top old master French provincial Fontana craftsman King Richard Legato Al grandee Charlemagne. Stat photo honoured a honoured at the annual Spring luncheon of the eau Claire woman a club held tuesday april 27, at the hotel eau Claire were left to right mrs. George Horan a new member mrs. J. I. R. Steven a 62 year member mrs. Fred Johnson a 50 year member and mrs. B. M. Backus a 25 year member of the club. T i a a a Jel w e l. E r i f in. V cantus is crts

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