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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - May 12, 1924, La Crosse, Wisconsin Page ten monday May 12 mothers Day is observed in Sparta churches mass meeting in afternoon in armory under soldiers auspices Sparta Day was appropriately observed in the churches of the City sunday morning and in the afternoon a mass meeting was held in the armory under the auspices of the Orville l. Arnold Post of the american legion. The j Hall was properly decorated Tor the meeting and conveyances were provided to take All mothers to and from the Hall if they requested a Ltd in to Call for them. Jud re Randolph a. Richards delivered the address on this occasion and several selections were Given by a Large male chorus the kiwanis club orchestra furnished music and the Post j it Hap a in gave Thep Raver and Bene j diction. The audience corns and orchestra All took part in the Coin j a Unity singing. The general committee in charge of the arrangements is. William r Eros by. Chairman. Will Holden and Chauncey Beebe. The committee on chairs and Ushers a Leo Sullivan. Carl Lehman c c. Morey. William Herbst. E. J stand to re. Thomas Pomeroy tills Kissinger. James Paten. Ora h. Sands Arni Don Shafer cot Smitte on decorations red Hest Man. Earl Jones and Quot William ?. Under the diff Ltd i in the k i wants club the unsightly area along Beaver Creek Between Lite As Ater Street bin ate and Franklin or Bridge is being cleaned up and a Beauty spot in the form of a Little Park will take the place of the unsightly rubbish files on the Banks of the Creek. About seven five business men and others interested in the Good work done overalls and took Spades. Rak s an hoes and put in some strenuous hum s of work on the spot the men were divided into squads and worked in relays. Much was accomplished in the Way of beautifying the City. Tho ladies of the Rug Circle of the congregational Church served hot lunches and conducted a food Sale at the Nestigen More last saturday t Ley also had a rummage Safe at the Sparta Auto company a building on the same Date the two Enterprise bringing them in about sixth five dollars. Mrs. Mcgriffin a chairman of the committee the ladies auxiliary of the congregational Church served their regular in nth supper Frida evening at which time the following menu was provided scalloped potatoes tender Corn beef beet 4 relish succotash nut bred. Rolls Tell ice or am with strawberries and Small cakes Charles Poser bringing up father copyright. 1917. International new service. Reg. U. S. Pat. Oft. By George Mcmanus Mother Cho Yoo read Tutti Roth knocked two Homel run i i to the Cle Cher Ano each time. Hit Mph Iga the Ete a sask. I want Tou to a it top Reading och Volmar new a eve a Toor Cather stoop to i i Mott Iee How Jame a a 13 get Tunc Avlon a Ltd the o inner ave a the Roche by it or fat b after Fly will \ to to it Oak of mum out 1 worse of the Meh thaa hit in the eve it the cell name tc3ure Bike i Oono to approve of Aht Ohe item Din the get kill cd Arrhe Kho too Cert no it Cash t wait we vex -happeheo0 i West to the is Nel Carmel american legion Viroqua stages minstrel show a. In a a performance Given two nights last week before packed houses Viroqua third annual american Lerion minstrel show was driven at the Temple theater on tuesday and wednesday nights. May g and 7 to packed houses Aud proved to be the Best show Ever Given by the boys. It was splendidly received by the enthusiastic audience who showed by their applause the appreciation Felt. The appearance of scheme being Carri i out in the legion colors of Gold inn purple a new feature of the show was the presence of the ladies which add much to the chorus work and general plan. The Ladin s wore v bite with hats of purple and Gold and at-1 tract be ties also in the purple and Gold. The gentlemen wore White blog jes White trousers w Ith sashes and hats lot purple and Gold. On it the four end men were in Black face. The messes ave. Hill. Doering and Brewer Chester Minshall As interlocutor. With his splendid speaking Oleo that carried to All parts of the theatre contributed greatly to the Success of the show. The jokes sprung by the landlord of the end men were original and Well repast week for new j Cei Ved. The program follows Madge Stevens former resident of Tomah married Viroqua vice president. Etta Thome. Sparta Varden Emma sch Yerowsky. La Crosse Secretary and treasurer. Florence Perkin Cashton. Four certificates for perfection in the unwritten work were awarded to j the mesdames Kern Peterson and Julia i Beaver of Viroqua. Etta Thome of pm Urta and Cora Jinks of la Crosse by the state president. A school of in. Siruc Tion. Was held for thirty minutes and the Lodge adjourned at 5.15. At 6 30 a banquet was served for the visitors a Phi her Vav at the National cafe the evening sea cub nor by Sion opened at eight with Jeanette Grover Noble grand of the Viroqua Lodge presiding Deputy grand matter Milwaukee Jones of Sparta was introduced by 1111 or. Julia Leaver and Given the Hon Tomah. Wis. A announcements icraftferthhi0 Greg la a musings 1 have been received in this City of he the misses Aurelia Mead. Grace Kelli marriage of miss Madge Stevens. 13. Junior prom May 14 glans May 16 commencement May 16. Mrs. Clara Galkins was the gust of Honor at a pleasant gathering of old friends Given in Friday afternoon by mrs l w. Earle and mrs. C. J Wells. A pleasant of it Al hour was followed by the serving of afternoon Lea. Mrs. Leon ence pane murderer written by miss Constance 1 irate from the inca congregations Bouch of s in mom College Boston. Church to the state convention of to the next meeting of the club will be Many a Board of missions and the w it. With mrs. In j. Skinner on monday of j Many a Home missionary s it cities held Ter noon. Mrs. E j Mckean will i at Milwaukee. Mrs. I. G Stutsman for acct a dramatic Reading of the play a will Shakespeare written by Clem City entertained or d. Hoffman her parents Home in at Cut and Beulah win were initiated into the order the Viroqua team putting Ion the floor work. A Short program a for the Good of the order followed initiation consisting of three num tiers by Sparta ladies. Miss j met Smith delightfully entertained with three whist-1 Ling solos in the afternoon. A luncheon lend dance followed the program. The j entertainment committee included the mesdames \. Carmichael. Kent Peterson. A e. Smith George Griffin. R e. I Wolfgram and the messes. A. F. A and Frank Minshall. The luncheon committee included the messes nod mesdames George Griffin. Henry running Jesse Sands. Frank Hay. M. J. Felix Samuel Lake. Harry Porter. Bert Cunningham. Mr3 Emma i Pitman. Airs. I Cora Barry and or t e Lief son. In compliment to miss Elizabeth Chase. Mrs. Ii. P. Proctorsr. Entertained at a pre nuptial Ter and Shower on saturday afternoon May 3. Mrs t. O. Mork state president of the women a Relief corp spent a portion of the week at Waupaca in her i official duties formerly of Tomah now a resident i of Milwaukee Aud or. Harvey d. J Hoffman. The marriage occurred on april 20 at the Home of the brides parents. Or. And mrs. C. M. Stevens j of this City. Or and mrs. Hoffman will reside at 272 Ogden ave. Milwaukee the Bride j was at one time bookkeeper at Warrens Bank of Tomah. During the Pat year she has been employed at the Mashall and Isley Bank of Milwaukee. Staff Sergt. Ernest Wood. Instructor of the Wisconsin National guard who has been stationed at Tomah during the past year has been assigned to armory instruction during the present month As follows Portage. May 5 Beaver dam. May 8 Reedsburg. May 12 Platteville. May 14 Monroe. May 21 Delavan. May 20. Closing yearly events of the Lincoln township High school include the following senior class play a aunt Billie from May 9. Baccalaureate Janin of Biloxi miss., was an out of i town guest. I miss Ruth Reinhold was hostess on j thursday evening to the a. B. C. Club. Refreshments followed a pleasant Uncial evening. Mrs. F. It. Drew of this City was the guest of Honor at a party Given on thursday at Sparta by mrs. William Crosby and mrs. W. G. Williams. St. Mary s Guild served supper on wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. George Tucker. The congregational ladies Aid met on Friday afternoon with mrs. R. D. Buchan. Supper followed an informal social afternoon. The misses Josephine bongers and Myrtle Smith entertained thirty ladies at cards on thursday evening in Odd Fellows Hall. Progressive auction Bridge was played at five table s and on wednesday evening mrs t. P Donovan entertained at auction Bridge j complimentary to mrs. It. H. Weise. F or Merle of this City now a resident of i Miles City Mont. Refreshments and an i informal social hour concluded this pleasant gathering of old friends. Mrs. Clara Calkins of Chicago was the guest of Honor at a pleasant afternoon part Given on tuesday by mrs. H j. Skinner. A gup of old friends of the Honor guest were entertained i Ari informal social afternoon conc Ludd with a pleasant supper party i the final yearly meeting of the teachers Reading Circle was held on i monday evening at the Home of miss Anna costello. The topic of the evening was contemporary poets and contributions to the lesson were made by All members present. A pleasant supper party and an informal social hour can Merly of this Birkenmeyer. Or. And mrs Oscar King who Spe of the Winter in Idaho and the West a returned to their Home in this City for the summer. Mrs. Clara Calkins and son Charles returned it it a. Wednesday to their Honin Chicago after a visit to mesdames c. L. Anderson and w. E. Bartels. Advertisement honors for High scores were won by eluded the pleasant gathering. Mrs. T. P. Donovan and mrs. Dell Wilson. The serving of refreshments was followed by a pleasant social hour. Springtime decorations were used in the rooms and on the supper tables. Mrs. Ray Duff of Milwaukee was an out of town guest. The league of women voters of Tomah met on tuesday evening in the Community rooms mrs. James Rowan presided at the business meeting and Ted the discussion of current topics. The shake Speare club me on monday afternoon with mrs. Clyde Zeibell. Mrs. J g. Smith presented the afternoon s lesson which included the Reading of Quot Shakespeare s letters a by miss Ellen Terry and a discussion of the Atlantic Sermon May final exams May 12,1 monthly s prize essay , the boy scouts of troop no. 2 held a special meeting on Friday afternoon and business of importance was transacted. Mrs. Virgil Hunt entertained a group of ladies belonging to the methodist ladies Aid. The meeting was held it it a thursday afternoon and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs Alberto Reinhold and daughter Edna entertained at cards on monday evening complimentary to mrs. W. It. Weise of Miles City Mont., who is their guest. Duplicate auction Bridge was played at two tables and at the conclusion of the card game refreshments were served a group of old friends of the visitor were guests. Mrs. C. W. Birket Meyer was a Dele Stop is in penetrating Antiseptic Zemo will help you never mind How often you have tried and failed you can Slop burning itching eczema quickly by applying Zemo furnished by any druggist for 35c. Extra Large bottle $1.00. Healing begins the moment Zemo is applied. Ina Short time usually every Trace eczema Tettey. Pimples rash blackheads and amhara skin diseases will be removed. For Clearing the skin and making it vigorously healthy always use Zemo the penetrating Antiseptic liquid. When others fail it is the one dependable treat Dent for skin troubles of ail kinds. Sidney left the York City from which place he sailed overture by orchestra dire t to Hamburg. Germany to visit j opening chorus a Happy and go Lucre lamp elves besides a pleasure trip Tkv Quot this is in the nature of a busies trip. A in my old Kentucky Home a. And will be made in a hurry As he sex # poets to Start Back Home the latter fart of May. Last thursday evening at the Athena literary Sot let y. Of the High school an original program was Given each i lumber being composed by the Stu dents. The first was an original news paper. With Beulah Rowe As editor in chief. The newspaper had the follow j i g departments woman s Page. So defy news classified add local news. J and advertisements. Miss lots Ford read an original poem. Ai d miss Ruth a Scott gave a musical Impo it Ion a family reunion was held last sunday at the Home of or. And mrs Fred Harris complimentary to or. . J whose birthday it was. Four sons. Their wives a a children were present making a part of about Twenty. Tin sen Harry who lives in Dakota was not j aide to be present e m Hail Mavor of Aberdeen. S d and mrs. Hall have been visiting relatives in the City. Or. Hall is a brother j of George Hall one of Sparta s electricians he left Sparta thirty seven years locating in Aberdeen he a carved a mayor in that City several times. Mrs f g Rainier entertained the h h crib at her Home last thursday j afternoon Laust Friday evening the Junior class of the Sparta High school entertained the seniors and the faculty at a i a v in the gymnasium of the he sri school artistic decorations featured the Junior from the decorations were i Quot the senior class color Green and White the orchestra which a enclosed in a Square formed of Green and a White paper formations occupied the Center of the room Green Ard White streamers were connected a rom the Corners of the Balcony to b Center of the room and the four orders of the lower part of the Hap Tiv were filled it 1th Pine boughs Givin the efe. A from below of a solid covering Dainty refreshments were served there who did note re to dance sacred the time in sorts he Ltd and a Fine time a a had by All. The coterie club met tuesday with mrs 4. J Jewett at her Home on ens Street. By Johns Guild of the episcopal Church met Frt Dav afternoon with mrs Howard Tasdal. At her Home on West Man it rest. The ladle Ald of the German lutheran Church held their regular meeting in the Shrouf Rolt pm of the Chut h. Retard a a Ter Nofs airs p Ort Edward and mrs. Fred Miller were the hostesses the Parent teachers meeting of the. F m. Nye a that Brand new Gal of mine a. Kenneth Lai son a a ainu to you ashamed. Kurt Deering Quot i never had a Mamm a a. Sue Thompson a just a girl whom men forget. B. Eckhardt a somebody stole my Gal Quot Kenneth Brewer a that old gang of e. Goldsmith a it ainu to Gonna rain no George Elton a nearer and dearer i Aston Wheeler a ten ten Tennessee. Clinton Simpson interlude or orchestra music a a imitations the two Knuter a Carmena Quot Spanish Waltz song. Ladies Quartetti mesdames Nye id Mirn. Minshull. Wolf Gram native hawaiian music Aud Dan Rev. The hawaiians the applesauce bisters. Famous Raj Ter Talner a. I the Mulc is on do re me 2. The baby sister blues the american Tigon Randy i a the Little Brown Chur Ltd Quot. Selections from 1 a the Bohemian girl Quot following is the chorus ladies mesdames c a Parker f m no Gaylord Stewart. Mattie seller Myrtle Wolfgram. To k Schmidt Kur Toering the Mitres fax Smith. Louise minstrel. Beatrice Pierce and sue Thompson of. A Parker. E m Nye e Stroup Kurt Doe ring. Kenneth Larson Kenneth Groves. Kenneth Brewer. H e Goldsmith. Palm and Jacobson. T m by wee. Raymond Wro Bel Nayonn Wheeler. Bernard Boh. Kardt g i Hill. George Eron. Grinton i Simpson Jack Schmidt. Roper Graves mar Vin Skrede and g Gunter the Orchez rag g a Tver director violin a Blair Sherrek. Kenneth or masters Plano Stanley sidle a or a nets a Emanuel Felix George Elton j flute of p Kuehn clarinet Fred Rhode. Trombone Brewer Gordon Brewer baritones it Caphone i sever to a per or rum Fred Longworth the chorus work was under the i reckon of e m n be the District Rebekah convention was held in this Cit on monday and was larg it in attended the District compel sea the reek a lodges of Gros a j Sparta. Tomah. Melrose. Fountain City. Cashton. Bloomingdale and Viroqua la i Grosse rent Nineteen delegates. Sparta thirty one and Bloomingdale five i there were none present rom Melrose j Fountain i to and Gashton. The afternoon rec inn opened a 2 with mrs Emma Cunningham of the to who 1= vice president in the Dis plan 25.000 Gas main Extension at Marinette Marinette wis a Between $10,000 and $25,000 will be spent by the Light and traction company of Marinette and Menominee in extending Gas Mains in Marinette this year officials of the company announce. Five carloads of cast Iron pipe have arrived and work will be started soon. Mother of Bangor woman Dies at Pipestone. Minn Bangor. . Carl Surv Man. Assistant pos mistress at Ranger. Returned from Pipestone. Minn where she went to attend the funeral of her Kotlier which occurred May j to. Mrs. Patterson was a cultured Christian woman being a teacher and a Chuse Follower of the a Hurcil from Early girlhood. T. W. Instructor to take party to Ett Tope Madison. Ruth Garwood instructor in Spanish at the University of Wisconsin will take a party of five University students or former students on a tour of Europe this summer under plans just completed. The party will visit England France Italy and Switzerland. The party will sail tune 27. There have been 4.160 lynchings in the United states since 185 women Dye it new for 15c West or Marv held their regular meet a tract. Presl Dorr she erred i n filaris waists Coats Kimonos dresses sweaters draperies Gingham stockings Diamond dyes ins at the it Hool House n thursday of mrs Myrtle Drew of Tomah the Dis Ter noon re a William la Dvork pastor tr1rt or a ident who Waun Able to a of the congregational Church was present mrs Gertrude Ohlman the trek a afternoon refresh introduced by de. Monte were cervix plans were discus put Julia deader a a welcomed la eed for a a Hoo p en1r convention the address of we loom i Large crowd attended the a upper a a Given by mrs e it a per on of vol riven by the ladles i the basement 1a or Partite Owen of la Grosse of the age o re Jronh Wedner Dav eve the response the get run of office c ring a Fine supper a served for the ensuing ear a. Held is Fob. Lows freshet. Emma Cunningham i directions in each package. Earl a Howard a a on of a he late a e Howard of has City and a a a j Date of spar a High school has been i ar>to1ned a member of the executive a a aft of theft her Hod corporation i Sorond Quot a to word Reo Elved Here or. Howard recently Reeler a As vice Ore a Der of the Lafayette motor compar or or to the of Jar latino of the la a co Patty he a for Marv veer be j Esai Aview ms1 gee of the Cadillac to a Tor Gar compar v air f j Sheldon entertained he g and b it sub or tuesday afternoon the to it it Val i Ste a met with mrs. Villi a heckler on Roeh Street a demonstration on a something new in a held in fhe Domestic science room of the Sparta h in a Cho or Friday afternoon May 9. The Vernon strap Ion was conducted by miss Gladys Meloche who is vent out by the College of agriculture rom he in j verse to the hour for the meeting was on i clock visitors or a the Marta to aft to wee on Ayio. From 7 to 7 p m in Eleb St on of Hospital Day. The so. Era kept open House Many of the ad1e� in the City skirted the Sisters in receiving their run to feud showing them Over the Hospital the building has been completely Reno ated. And eve la decosted \ Large sex hit it of no tune of babies born in the Horl Talha been collected for the pleasure of Hie g�t#f�1s. The Uick Tang of the Board of it try. Tor of the Morrow memorial Horn a. Has been Pew and until june i this is the Archual meeting of the directors g i. Toward who has run a St a in line to Black River Falls for the past few seasons her now extended the service and Miil make a round or n in ii coveting Cataract. Shamrock. V Ark River fan melt it a a. Burr Ohk. Min Dom. Wert bal a the ret to in trip the afternoon. Done to wonder whether Yon can Dye or tint successfully because perfect Home dyeing is guaranteed with a Ydia Ziond dyes even if you have never dyed before. Druggists have ail colors Public notice exemption of Homes Blad improvements chapter 435. Jaw of 1922, incorporated into the general statutes As subsection 29a of Section Tell exempts a fall building and Irry movement upon any parcel of land owned and used a a Homestead As defined in Section 2983 of the statutes pot exceeding $600 of the value of such building and improvement if the owner of the Homestead has a d an affix it la to with the assessor on or before the first Day of july of the Star in which the assessment is made exemption under the provision of this subsection. The person occupying the premises and claiming the exemption must file an affidavit therefor with the assessor duping the assessment season leg Lenin yay fat and not later than the first Day of july in each year that is import ant m assess a officers have no authority to allow the exemption without Sam As a Homestead the right of exemption under this statute applies i to the owner of a dwelling House occur no the a a hui1icow��?z and to the owner of a store building duplex or apartment House occupying a portion thereof or an apartment therein As such Horn St cad and to two or morn owner of a duplex or apartment House each occupying a portion thereof or it therein As a Homestead. T o one of two joint tenants or tenants in common the Drem Homestad and to each of two or More joint tenants or tenants in com occupying apartment therein As a Homestead. 2 to. Uses As a Mon. Of both actually occupy the premises As homesteads. 3. To the in purchaser under a land contract occupying the premises As a Homestead and to the fee owner of Homestead premises subject to mortgage. It to tenants under a Long term lease occupying the premises As a Home Stead of the Are required to pay the taxes thereon a tenants under Short i term leases Are never assessed for the leasehold interest and Seldom pay the taxis thereon they Are not entitled to the Homestead exemption husband and wife or other member of the Sam Famich living together Las such Cam claim Only one exemption even though two or More of them Mav \ have in interest in the premises occupied As a Homestead y a the exemption applies to the of buildings and improvements on the Homestead Only and not to the land itself. Actual us and olt of the Preia isee As a Homestead is essential in All Case j therefrom from i kites or other legitimate Cau a will Tion of there is i the Caus of a it to affidavit a Nancv Bur temporary absence not defeat the will be made in a medi 1 t0 return and occupy Quot the premises a suon As a i. May be sworn to before town. Git or Village Gwo Oil Thio jul mice of the or other of heir authorized by Law to administer a lorry a Quot to Quot Ahtl a a it Hau fld Lvi a Quot ,�ln�<1 a a Ltd a tax commis my �2ti�u�?Trc�, to a com Lealo Quot re a a a a a a it a a your hsmemv.d"11 and con act 80 a a a a the Correct Julih j. Frisch. Tax commissioner. Tbs about Criaer Detroit at nub a Kivort of and contract so furnishing necessities to millions cities service company typifies american growth and business development. Because of the essential nature of its business the company expands in proportion to the growth of the hundreds of cities it serves. 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