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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - January 15, 1939, La Crosse, Wisconsin Pace six la Crosse Tribune and Leader-pres8 seven entered in Onliest for skating Queen schools t College and i Oral merchant make nomination a Queen will reign Over the National outdoor skating Cha to be held in i a Crosse feb. 4 and 5. According to the promotion committee of Hie Junior chamber of Commerce sponsor of the met. Already schools and colleges of the City have nominated their most1 popular girls for the position. Not to be outdone by the educational i institutions local merchants have i entered a a miss main Street As their candidate for the honors. Beginning monday All Booster buttons distributed in the City will carry a ballot entitling the wearer to cd to to votes for any one of the j seven candidate. The girl polling the most votes will be declared Queen of the skating championships. She w ill reign surrounded by her own court of honer. Entries include representatives from Central. Logan and Aquinas High schools. La Crosse state teachers College. La crease Voca t onal school of Commerce and Florin death the Wisconsin business University skating championships Queen a j. A. F. White to give address Here ext Friday Speaks at legion huh under sponsorship of Reserve officers sunday morning january to 1039 hold last r lies at Lolly a be for v Ute president of the y. W. A. High tribute i. Ai grow Jar i. . Al a mural ser ii an illustrated address on a the a Den a id sat Eleanor Coughlin much of nation blanketed with inches of Snow Patricia Pierce Janet Bowe Bonnie Hever Iseo sin snap after As Well is miss main Street Central High is represented by v ii a Lei Howe. A Sophomore who was officially selected by the girls athletic coronal ton of that achoo. Miss Howe resides at 404 South Ivy air to. representative is Bon or Lexer. A senior who already has had regal experience. Miss Lexer was Queen of the i Ogan carnival held a few months ago. She resides at Igo Quot in Somis i eel. From Aquinas comes Eleanor Coughlin elected by the student body As their candidate for Royal honors. Miss Coughlin lives at 1831 Loomis Street. The 1938 Homecoming Queen can repeat As Quern of the skating championships according us the students at the la Crosse state teachers College who have selected Janet Bowe of Beaver dam. As thee entry. With one Victory already to her try. Roaring Brush fires credit Victory Thompson of Ona across the heat parched state of Laska. Was elected by popular vote Victoria Australia killing at least 60 persons and inflicting property damage estimated at Multi in a it -., i it Quot to deep Winter snows routing false harbingers of Spring blanketed much of the nation saturday night with the heaviest fall of the 1938-39 season. At least 31 storm deaths were reported As sub freezing temperatures glared highways from the Atlantic coast to the Rocky mountains. The fatalities resulted from air plane accidents sledding mishaps heart attacks while shovelling Snow traffic crashes on icy streets and exposure. Four persons lost their lives near Miles City Mont., in the flaming dive of a Northwest airlines plane to inches in net York two officers of Central club arc graduating this month therefore funeral Ltd a. Second Battle of the Marne will be an election was held wednesday to j4errjn in of a a a Given by major Ambrose f. Whit oxime girls who will fill offices for the a Eros e St it to Milwaukee assistant adjutant of the remainder of the school year. Of a once 19 ?~ a a the Wisconsin military area. Or Marie Bruhnke succeeds Lorena Dav Gani Zed reserves at a meeting to Carr As president and c Charlotte there v Ere The a be held at the american legion Alcy will take Over the work of the residence 2.ji i tin club rooms Friday at 8 p. In. Secretly Arlene Michalke. A m after i c # re vol the meeting has been arranged Betty june Barr club represent taken to toe i Llee tvs # by the la Crosse chapter of the u e to the student teacher coun in the audit Onur. In a # Reserve officers association which cd a. A of did her position and to service at 2 has extended invitations to Mem up v?0 u a8ner was elected to be hers of the american legion. Vet her . The meeting wed u Iarj up a it a r Erans of foreign wars and disabled mesday Jan 18. Will be in the duo Flowers w Ell a a a. American veterans to attend room at Tho y and the Zebine is potted Plant major White on next feb 5 will oci0clc supper meet throughout the or j my at the i. A i amp m 1, in i Margaret Howe Myrle Olson Victory Thompson a new treatment for adult stutterers in a a hmm am Haim ror probe reported by speech la in in Leader Madison wig. A a a a attorney William h. Spohn of Madison announced saturday he has withdrawn a claim for about $600 special counsel fees for investigating have been in the service 23 years having enlisted in 1916 at Columbus. O. He was commissioned a second lieutenant on nov. 27, 1917 a firs lieutenant National army sept. 5. 1918 and first lieutenant regular army july i 1920. He was promoted to Captain on nov. 20, 1929, and to major on oct. I 1938. He participated in six major operations during the world War. Serving with the 3rd division. He served nine years with the 38th infantry from nov. 27, 1917, to aug. I. 1926. He was awarded the distinguished service arc Quot at la Franquet farm near chateau Thierry july 22, 1918, and received the Silver Star medal for action at the my no on july 13, 1918, he has served in the Philippines and is a graduate of it. Benning school. He served w Ith the National guard of Pennsylvania As instructor and was two years with the acc. He arrived in Wisconsin on aug. 3, 1935, and will be transferred from this state on or about aug. I. Major White will use maps to which he w ill refer in his talk Friday night. A a # # Lincoln girls Are looking Forward to their meeting monday a which time Sidney Frost boys work Secretary at the y. M c. A., will perform his magic tricks for them. A music committee has been named to work on club song books and at one of the meetings soon the plans for next semester s programs will be discussed and planned. Three members of the Board of directors of the y. W. A. Were guests of the girl Reserve committee at its supper Merlin. The were mesdames Emery learner c. J. Nee and Edwin Dittman. Committee members and advisers present were mesdames d. E Field Linwood Widrick r Sletten. Alfred m Spooner. G. D Scott m s. Pratt. B. F. Vincent. A. R. Nelson r b Smith. Cd h. . R. M. I. Knear. Gage Staats. Ray Sieger. John Fry misses Amable Bobo Eleanor Bernhard Theodora Taras Kathryn Matiak a i Cath the at the i a Crosse vocational school of Commerce. The wac has entered its 1938 prom Queen. Myrlca Olon of Independence the Hopes of tin merchants Are pinned on Patricia a Pat Quot Pierce. A 1938 graduate of Central High school who lives at 527 North 10th Street. Miss Pierce has been named lbs main Street votes will be tabulated regularly and daily bulletins xviii be issued the Winner will be announced shortly before the meet on is after All ballots arc counted All votes must be cast no later than 6 p. In. Feb. I National ice skating race buttons and ballot boxes Are located As follow North la pm a Stretcher pharmacy. Moist and cafe. Carlberg Caf. By eel shop Ion a la Cruse elite Iris. It 8r of sport shop. Bodega. Ballot Are also located in All school in the City. Evanston. Ii?4p�? a new a after several weeks have Lap technique under which some adult i or. Carhart explained a the. M while Winter gripped this coun stutterers Are successful treated 1 stammered is told that at some fun charges t hat Quot governor j Uluiva try. Roaring Brush fires swept was announced saturday by or. Ture Date the instructor will listen Fml violated the corrupt practices Raymond Carhart of the speech to him for a few minutes. Step act clinic of Northwestern University j by step the listening period is in governor How an executive of two one from Pue of Senate made on Congress the Senate made ready for final action on confirmation of some of president Roosevelt s nominees. The judiciary committee a Lane de a meeting for monday to consider the nomination of Felix Frankfurter to be a member of the supreme court and Frank Murphy. Former governor of Michigan. To be attorney general. Both nomination have been approved by sub committee the Senate Commerce committee will vote wednesday on the nomination of Harry l. Hopkins former Relief administrator to be Secretary of Commerce. The monopoly investigating _ committee Vul resume on monday its tudy of patients the Senate ire to Pant military committee will begin secret hearings tuesday on president Roosevelt National defense a recommendation. Three minor Lions of dollars. Nearly to inches of Snow two inches More than thanksgiving Day s fall. Covered new York and brought out 32.000 shovel and so cup workers to keep traffic moving. Hundreds of Motorist abandoned their cars at the height of the storm Enro Ute to their suburban Homes. Maryland reported the heaviest snowfall since 1927. With to inches. Waive Wisconsin residents shivered amid Csc nipping temperatures once More after enjoying a fortnight of weather 13 degrees above Normal. The far South and traditionally sunny California walked in Semi i tropical weather. In Dixie a generally fair a weather prevailed Over Louisiana Mississippi. Tennessee j Alabama. Georgia and Florida. I of Angeles reported the Mercury at 69 degree. Snow in ecu Mexico heavy snows fell Over Northern new Mexico and isolated several ranches near la vegas with Drift from five to nine Lect Dee p. Rivers were reported rising near the Dan Ger Point in East Texas and1 marshes and Low lands were flooded Detroit $45 too cleaning up its heaviest Snow fall of the season and reported More than 300 accidents none fatal. New York ski train bound for j the Snow Elad Hills of Vermont and i new Hampshire i d to add extra cars to accommodate the week end Rush. Upper new York state registered Falls ranging up to a foot Dan near Buffalo colder weather and More Snow or rain was forecast generally for the week end the method which or. Carhart creased the stutterer being told in techniques Calls the utilizes the ability of certain stutterers to speak fluently when alone to build up their self Confidence. A the or. Carhart . A is Best carried out in a pair of rooms with a sound proof window in the Wall Between them. An electrical system including a microphone an ample for and a loud speaker so arranged that the patient. Talking in the Quot first room can be heard in the second. The patient left alone in the sound proofed studio reads aloud and talks to himself with perfect Assurance that he cannot be heard no a a lib us from Page Otic it nations and equipment which Lere shifted about during the reorganization work. It is possible too. That much of the current shifting made Neces ice employee . Instructed at _ _ Advance what to expect. Events Sornev general John k. Martin to sary by the repeal Quot Resolution will ally a stage is reached in which cancel the claim not become permanent As Bills Are the subject knows that the in Martin recently approved pay to be introduced to restore various four my Miliru it in from Pac an eign minister count Galeazzo Ciano. La Teleg Rafo a the fascist government would not be averse to opening new negotiations but College Walter that is not completely possible with or without mediators in the atmosphere created by the French government and before negotiating however. Struc Tor is listening to him All the ment of $600 to attorney Arthur j setups As they were under the sex time. A Kopp. Of pm att Evoile who in ecu live orders. Among depart from this Point on the process is repeated with a group of persons on the other Side of the Glass partition. Eventually if conditions seem favourable the patient reads aloud or talks to himself when he knows the whole group is listening constantly. A the two room or. Carhart . A like other methods of treating stuttering is not of tile instructor in the adjoining equal value in All instances control room visible through the a experience to Date convinces Glass partition promises not to my that in cases where building up tune in until the patient has be Confidence is an aim. It can often comr accustomed to the apparatus i be employed to a Cantil san Liml on i car theft Ilia Rete East a Iii Lulu Cra Lic automobile acc a the Senate unemployment com dents were reported at Central Poitte in its report that while Bee station saturday afternoon. I Marinette. I. A a a Carroll m. Berros 24. Of West Allis was sentenced by circuit judge a. F. Murphy saturday to concurrent terms at Waupun slate prison of one Yea. Each on charges of car theft and batting and entering in the night time. Berros was arrested at Laona wit., Der. 24 by town marshal John Pierce who Berros Wattle Man who traded shots with Deputy sheriff William Johnson of Washington county near big Cedar Lake dec 16. Berros also was wanted in we i Bend and West Allis for automobile theft the marshal . Lawrence Woznica and Edward Patton both of Forest county j pleaded guilty to larceny charges and were placed on probation for three years on their Promise to make restitution. Sentencing of Woznica was withheld but Patton received a sentence of one to Throe years at Waupun which then was a Ioviti Sabyl castigated the charges with Spohn the attorneys recommended that no proceedings be started. Spohn a letter to the governor a i do not a it a you. A governor to pass upon special counsel fees arising out of an in siltation in which your conduct was reviewed by me and concerning which i mad a report to the attorney general of this state. I withdraw the claim and when the statement comr before you i request that you cause it to be turned to me. A should former governor Philip f. La Follette who appointed me. Approve the charge it will be resubmitted otherwise it will not George in. White funeral services for George w. White who passed away Friday will be held at the White funeral Home tuesday Al 7.30 a. In. And at the St. Joseph Cathedral at 8 a in. Msgr. Peter Pape officiating. Interment will be in the Catholic cemetery. Friends May rail monday evening. Madden funeral service is in charge of the arrangements. John a. private funeral services for John Kutzborsky who passed away Early saturday morning will be held tuesday at 2 00 p. Rn., at the South Chapel of the Sletten Mckee company 7th and King streets. The Rev. W. J. Stuckey will officiate and interment will be made in the Oak Grove cemetery. Mints that May be so affected is the securities division. For the present it was believed that the state inspection forces will continue to occupy the quarters where they arc now jointly housed and that departments responsible for them will contribute toward financing them. Dissolution of the department of social adjustment Means continued administration of pensions by the Industrial commission and its pension Board and the supervision by direct Relief work by the welfare department. It xviii have Little effect upon supervisory personnel As Philip d. Flanner. Who is state spa administrator and also welfare director headed the social adjustment department. Bills already have been Intro Ivy Cut off payroll diced by republicans in both houses to abolish la Follette de i print a it employed on Madison. Wis. Pic Philip d Flanner. State vipa administrator saturday that the spa had notified Between 1,000 and 1.500 Wisconsin Farmer that their employment with that department would terminate next week. And if Relief Aid were needed Farmers should apply to the local Relief department or faint credit agencies. Flannel an order from the Chicago Region a spa office Wolf i affect Farmers with 25 acres or More of crop land who had Gross incomes of $300 or Over. And Farmer recipients of other Federal agricultural benefits or Loans. Flanner explained that there were two sets of agricultural agencies where needy banners could Friend Mav Call at the Chapel i apply for 9nc was monday evening securities administration and the other a group of farm credit agon Mittee in its report it d d not believe investigation of political activity in spa was within its scope it nevertheless thought future Relief appropriation bib should contain specific prohibitions against such activities. Three dotted from Pue our i log. Mont., a truck line representative and former Montana state Highway Engineer and mrs. Morgan Morris if Mandan. N. A. W Ife of a Northern Pacific Railroad conductor. The body of or. Morris caught in the flaming plane was almost consumed Coroner Bray reported. One body was hurled he feet from the wreck William p Schafer an Eye witness he saw a Blaze of Light before the plane fell Winch he believed to he falling flares. After the plane fell behind a Hilltop near his Home two Miles we t of the Airport. Schafer and there was a second blinding Flash followed by the sound of an explosion. Drivers and occupants of a1 the be Miles being uninjured at 1 30 p in. The automobile of Arthur h. Houft. 215 ferry Street and another having Wisconsin License 475-571 collided on division a treet Between 9th and 10th streets. Fender of both cars were damaged. At la 45 a in Harry Strong. 2317 Green Bay Street ran into the rear mrs. Jean Stormont funeral services for mrs. Jean Stormont who passed away Friday evening will be held monday at 2 00 p. In. From the Outh Chapel of tied to be in need of Relief had been Iii i oaf ins a or apr v a t.? cot h a Kii Quot a or Arlo Down Cie the Farmers had held regular spa jobs. Working on roads and other projects. Only those Cert part mint of Commerce and his Wisconsin development authority an Agency to promote Rural electrification and municipal ownership of utilities. As distinguished from the Powers delegated to the Quot governor there were statutory provisions in the reorganization act of 1937 which created new divisions to take Over the prisons and institutions from the Board of control also to supple some of the full time three Man commissions with seven Man part time advisory boards and administrative directors. Bills which will require passage by both houses have been introduced in the Senate and Assembly to repeal these features also. Other a Bange through repeal of the executive orders the following miscellaneous functions w ill revert As follows Italy hoped for an Early insurgent Victory in Spain a something which became a greater possibility saturday with Generalissimo Francois armies moving still closer to Tarragona and the government capital. Barcelona. An insurgent Victory would give Italy a stronger argument for extracting territorial or other concessions from France. Next moves i certain aside from an attempt to smooth out italian French relations. Chamberlains next diplomatic moves under his appeasement policy were Uncertain. Frances bargaining position was most recently affected by rioting against French Rule in Syria her Eastern Mediterranean mandate. Three French submarines were ordered to Syria saturday while the French Medit Eradean and Atlantic fleets prepared for extensive War games off africans Northwestern coast. France wants to keep Syria As a military and naval foothold despite 1936 treaties promising Independence to Syria and adjacent Lebanon this year. France has never ratified the treaties. The apparently firm stand Chamberlain took at Rome was regarded Here As evidence that he a encouraged by the hardened United states policy toward dictators and had set his face against further concessions to threat of Force. This View was lengthened Al i so by the British request to Japan for a full statement of japanese intentions toward British Commerce in China. The embassy i Dor to Tokyo presented the request saturday. Whatever Chamberlain Learned about the 1939 plans of the borne Berlin Tokyo anti comintern to l angles to be widened next week Vith inclusion of Hungary Brit i j noon to the close 3 p. Rn., representative senior class formed a Honor at the casket severed Hundred Poi the body of the College prior to the services. r dents served As faculty and student to re faculty members of the Colic and other educational in. Itutti it and their families it the Center Section of the Audr urn Vith students and Ether s the two see Tor members of the Kiv in which to Trident Snodgr a it been Active attended the Conj it service in a group several , \ or pry dents and faculty Mem be s state colleges in wisc on in tier cd. While Secretary a g dour of Madison and a. W. Zeratsky i a Crosse represented the by a of Normal regents officials of state col other cities attending i Frank e. Baxer. Preside Waukee state teachers Forest r. Polk presider.?. State teachers College Royce president a at a i teachers College r a vice president. River a teachers College Vern it Patter director of the school. Superior state h. Hunt member River Falls state ers College and a. L set faculty member super. Teachers College. The services opened v a. F. Hughes of Madison local pastor Reading the scripture a Quartetti composed of or. A mrs. Harold Youngburg. Of Harry Watkins and air r. S my Elson. A my a abide with me Quot Rev. Hughes then offered ire Pra. Or after which or. Doudna spokes tribute paid by Doudna a i have known George som grass for Many years and in Seetal capacities a he but think of him As a Friend kind cons ides ate helpful he was gentleman one of Tho e men at Are instinctively respected bees of their inner Worth As a their exterior gentility. Ant crowded. Hurrying dish world it is not easy to be i. Move carefully to keep a of direction when the co Needle veers suddenly n the Only a per it on w Hose sense o us is not distorted who e fund mental tastes Are simple. Simplicity of purpose is i toned. Can maintain his a his certainty. A George Snodgrass Ben i Tucman himself was accept understood. Those who in perhaps never thought Mac it we took it for g in the dark Day of his c we stand before his me bowed Heads As he goes eternal shadows leading t life or. Doudna referred Snodgrass As a a Friend a Ion a kindly considerate Ous gentleman. Even As a these traits shone throw a was the president of loge he was Humble in t once of its obligations talked with him about i terns his purpose and r he never seemed at ail a t act Quot a que it e or i led in a it to scow a a Lazarus m. Kaganovich. Commissar of heavy Industry. Is cracking Down on executes who Falo Deal energetically with i Osier floaters and other Dis organizers of production. The newspaper Industry pub pastor defend doctor to i i a i t a it. I i i w of w to mint a a k la a it Al Rovelt a president or. Oswa i do Aranha brazilian foreign min preacher de a Star. To come to Washington next fended saturday a physician who month As the government s guest killed himself after wounding a to discuss a various questions of com table and two real estate agents great importance to the two coun who sought to seize his automobile True for two months House rent. This disclosed saturday by the Rev. H. M Eagleston. Meth to department official who in Edi. Pastor in a funeral scr a caled Lac conversations turn for or. Charles c. Stanton a in civilized states tools with v he h a Man works cannot be seized for debt. And that Man s automobile was one of the tools of his profession. A its seizure was a malicious attempt to destroy him and he cannot be censured for fighting As a Man would fight for his life. A the was fighting for the right to save other lives As he had done for a generation a the Constable sold the physician automobile to one of the agents for $167 to satisfy a rent claim. Or. Stanton Obj rated. Drew a i Tai and a Gan shoot my. Then he walked to a bedroom of his Home and took his own life. Of the car of Ray Dwyer. 424 South shed orders by Kaganovich pen-4th Street on 4th bet Veen main and Alizag eight factory mine and rail Pearl streets police . Both Road shop managers and assistant cars were going South. The front managers a for protecting loafers bumper of the Strong machine was a some were dismissed from then carnage posts and ordered to stand trial at 10 45 a in. Cars of William while others were demoted. Huebner. I a Crescent and Forrest inn Runft a Berg no address Given collided All a Iid m la a ,7th and King 5trcots. He incr Viroqua. special mrs. Was oui Rad on King u hic the Miil in b Nason was ,.octr<i part m. Other machine was travelling spilt d let. Dec Al Ltd of or i7th Street. The left from vhf listed to Arran Church at the fender steering Arm and left front annual bus mrss meet no thursday Hub t a on the Huebner machine afternoon other officers Are mrs. V Ere Bent while the front bumper j a a starry arc present mrs and right front fender of the Borg Inird Nuttestad. Medary and Mac him were damaged. Mrs Lawrence Froiland Treasur Jer. Tile society has a membership brazilian Lanai err of approximately 200 and holds a. J meeting once a month at the ill to y let i of Church with a committee of eight a or nine members serving. Divi Ner 7th and King streets. The Rev. A j. Niebruegge will officiate and interment will be made in the Oak Grove cemetery. Friend May Call at the Chapel sunday evening. She is survived by three sons. Norman m. And rugs let la. Stormont. Both of la Crosse and Robert a., of Rockford. Iii three Sisters mrs. Ann Hall of la Crosse. Mrs. Jessie Tullock of la Crosse. The administrator pending reductions in available Cash for spa made the cuts necessary. Municipal accounting depart Ash Puk it Ilc t of Idle a Ger men of state to the tax commis n130/ made difficult any fur-510n Thor appeasement approaches to approval of state contracts Bud Richs Fuhrer Hitler at this time. Get Bureau to the governor. Duce invited to London supervision of state and county a some British quarters re Santoria Board of health to parts i xxx it i pm a serious a ,. Id Llu x we Tiu ii it a rpm Zuur t to ,\r.i in juries Iii 1 rack i p tax commission to Treasury department Board of control. Stout Institute Board of Normal Regent to state Board of vocational education. Collection of Telephone taxes rib i be. aha blinded by reflection from the Snow on the covered rib Lake. Pilot John Collin. Of Medford cracked up Here and or. James Laired of poplin. Saturday. He and a student i Lou Al Werner escaped with Mere bruises. The Small Cabin plane was badly smashed and will be dismantled. Collins sad they had flown 17 mile from Medford on a pleasure hop and had landed once on the ice before the unsuccessful attempt. He he thought he was 25 or 30 feet in the air when the nose of the plane ground into the ice. One wheel part of the Landing gear and the propeller were torn off. And the plane bounded 500 feet before stopping. De into groups with a chairman at the head of each Circle the members also serve lunches at their Homes. The following past matrons of the Viroqua chapter of Eastern Star was entertained at the Home of miss Darlene Bekkedal Westby at a 7 o clock ginner thursday evening Mes. Martin Jagt put r son. Frank la. Williams. William renter on Trade expansion and on Lundemann. A. E. Smith. G. W. Exchange difficulties which have i Minshall Adolph san Wick. Axel Mont. One brother. Alex Tulloch of Victory and seven grandchildren. Xvii.1.1 v vill. Ver Ken William in Verken. 815 South 15th Street passed away at a local Hospital saturday evening after a Brief illness at the age of 79 years. He is survived by his wife one daughter. Mrs. Otto Zierke of la Crosse two sons. Melvin of Milwaukee. Wis. And Abner of Norwalk. Wis one sister. Mrs. Peter Spich of Waukesha wis. And nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 2 p in. At the Home of his son. Abner Verken at Norw Alk the reverend Mehn officiating and interment will be made in the Norwalk cemetery. Friend May Call at the Hellwig Morris funeral Chapel monday afternoon and evening. Irish of a Ora ii sings Iii Jordan Hall \ ally a a \ it m sellout Root tricked american exports to Brazil where Germany has entered her intense Trade drive in la tin a Mer Lea president Roosevelt invitation was extended to president Getulio Vargas on Jan. 9 and a accepted Friday. Aranha will arrive feb. A word has been received from the new England conservatory of music that miss Gretchen Kinder vocalist Pupil of William Whitney at the n. E. C., Sang in duet at a student recital in Jordan Hall thursday afternoon. The numbers in la i 141 r a 11 a i in ii x a eluded four duet by Caracciolo. Miss Kinder a third year Stu students of the Valley View i it it the conservatory. And they St rom Harlow e Goldsmith school in mormon Coulee a com t aug it la of j a la j. Kin and Hom y in Seiler. Named by their teacher miss Ida Der 388 libel to Street recently to Honor the birthday Annizer j Rundahl visited la Crosse Public be was requested to sing for mis sary of mrs. A. E Smith a group. . Indu it trial and business Geraldine Farrar former stage of friends held a dinner at the it establishments saturday. Star who is a newly appointed the tour included the Post office trustee of the school court House. I a Crosse Telephone # a a # company Tri state ice Cream jewish k fll�j#?T4 Art company Erickson bakery com j Pany radio building and the i a Platteville mining school department of Public instruction to mining school Board which had been eliminated. Gasoline tax administration tax commission to Treasury department. Approval of out of state travelling expense budget Bureau to Gox error. Schools for Blind and deaf Public instruction to Board of control. Workshop for the Blind Board of vocational education to Board of control. Home and farm credit administration agriculture and markets to governors office. County Normal schools Board of Normal regents to superintendent of Public instruction. Legislate reference Library trustees of state Law Library to free Library commission which had Bron eliminated state radio stations University regents to agriculture and markets de Dart ment. Humane societies Public instruction to agriculture and markets department. University buildings and leases j budget Bureau to governors office. Public school at Sparta social adjustment to the Board of control. Dro a a Ltd Al from Pax Roll Iii Ohio circulated that chamber j lain had invited Mussolini to visit London in the Spring and that a four Power conference on outstanding problems Between the democracies and dictatorships might be sought. Despite the absence of Concrete results from the Rome visit. Chamberlain came away impressed by Mussolini a assurances of i desire for and sati fied that la Duce would co-Opcr ate in settlement of the european jews ish refugee problem. The Rubier inter government Al refugee committee Mission to Germany in search of a formula for emigration of jews saturday it would remain in Berlin until next week in Hope of helping at at least some of the 700.-000 jewish population to find new Homes. Chamberlain was believed to feel he had impressed Mussolini by his firmness in stating the Case for. The democracies and Mussolini a apparent moderation in outlining Italy a Mediterranean ambition corned to have been influenced by the uncertainty of immediate support from Hitler. His position. He thought dents his staff his ass most important in eve v or he or. Snodgras c record a Speaks for it cd. In closing he a d. I Ca say that Bere was a or. Gentleman an Honc it a i t respected citizen an Able Lei. Successful administrated in education and a fiend of or. Ilag hrs scr Park or Hughes also up pointing out a there Vav who gave his life to the of youth. An an Educ. A Merrill Snodgrass a r Best example of wha cd can produce in human 1. It he referred to or. Fnu a a supporter of h s that a i saw his influence a if you catch t in secret meaning of his . Icen universe can produce r cd than is better than the u itself a he . A go Ahchu More courage and Fath. The god that this Man lived the Quartetti sane a Obi s the it or ices cd Brief tis term by the Rev. To rat Benediction a. A Visher pallbearers we e or Smith. Or. John s Otic Scilla Bach. John g. Be Wiley and Wilson p honorary pallbearers state College executive hers of the state Norma us a i arc a r raft i world m Oil Iii rat Ion seen by sen. Johnson Washington a aha urging National support Tor president Roose a Ltd a defense program Louis Johnson assistant Secretary of War asserted a turd a night that there was a a very serious possibility of apportion Iii million for truck fool i rail it Xii la a a a 1im\ xxx wifi to thank a Hirn Icli Kori and Fri Fidi for la it or Lundn. Auric our . The 4#ntb of a a or la Iowa Itu it in a a and father i jts to in Refl xxx a ally want to thank the i it irm l it thu Orat 8#rtt it off Enne in a to la no running cafe Friday evening. Contract Bridge was played at the Smith Home later. The Immanuel Aid society will in entertained wednesday afternoon by mines. Ole Helgerson. Albeit Ekum. Susanne Ekum. Anna Brig son and Isaac Ellefson. Or. Raymond Lirsch and messes. Cal Vin Marx and Oscar Thureen were hosts to members of the local knights of pal i a at Castle Hall Washington map a the service apportioned $10.ov saturday for construction of of a highways truck trails and to ails in Forest lands thro the nation. _ j the total included $6,666.66 y one Forest Highway fund req a to be expended on Public High Elfr within National forests. The rom it Irr i in in id and in ii. Thur gtd a evening. Crosse Tribune. Montevideo Uruguay a 1 a the student in the group in three Hundred refugee jews from eluded Glen Hoeth. Kenneth Germany and Italy who were on Kumm. Earl starch Beverly Rocs their Way to make next Homes in Ler Bette Proksch. Dorothy Hun Paraguay found themselves Ruder Basella Schmaltz. Richard Denly stranded in Montevideo sat-m1 a. Keith Kumm Jaran run urday As the paraguayan govern a Ruhl and Daren Broadhead. I men cancelled their visas. Columbus. Ohio a aha governor John w. By Ickert Economy a lopped 465 Perron off the Ohio j Highway department pay Roll sat i i i i i urday in perhaps the in k flit id Dulf a the Munich pact of Luik mail in in 111 i Nihi Lity abolition of i Blic jobs in the merely dramatized and emphasized for for Protection and states history. A a Globe sweeping conflagration. A for several years every other ordinarily Are considered a country has recognized the danger state Highway system of Johnson told the of he wan Hogton c chapter of the. Agy9 u a forts a1 sojourner in a nationally Broad Lund k t uncut on and is elimination of the position brought to More than 1.000 the it or sons made jobs is under a a Cut to the Bones Ordo of the Republican state executive a who took office monday. He h. P?.� to effect a saving of $3,000,000 in six months. Its significance. The tall West virginian a Mer National commander of the american legion asserted that a a bully nation set on Conquest always picks its spots and is a Galway careful to avoid a mix up w Ltd a an equal or Superior?� j administration. A Well a for Ilsc development and rec. The allotments by state it cd highways Iowa $31 a Cousin. $24 632. Truck and foot Trail Quot a i i $36,922

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