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Rhinelander Daily News and The News North (Newspaper) - May 21, 1968, Rhinelander, Wisconsin Tofle 4the Rhinelander we daily news tuesday May 21, senior citizens Are planning sunday Outing Rhinelander senior citizens will have a regular meeting Friday at i . In the memorial building basement. Veronica Barfknecht and Frances Olson will be hostesses. Club members will Complete plans for attending the Pancake and Maple syrup breakfast sunday at Reynolds sugar Bush. A bus will leave die memorial building promptly at 12 30 . Ler Public Library will be closed thursday while personnel attends the Wisconsin Library conference in Stevens Point. R Ida f Lander area association for retarded children will not meet wednesday. May 22. But will Convene instead next monday at 7 30 . In Central school. Harmony shrine number 25 will meet hum Day May 23. At 8 . In the Minocqua masonic j Temple. This is the meeting postponed from last week. Ealther Circle of first methodist Church will meet thursday at 2 . In the Home of mrs. Violet Holmes. Trinity Fellows hip will meet at 7 . In the Church. Apr chapter will bold its final meeting of the. Year thursday at 4 . In Rhinelander Union High school commons. A rummage Anar will be Beld Friday at 1 30 . In Oneida county labor Temple. Good neighbors club is the sponsoring organization. Camera dab vhf meet ii Rhinelander Union High school commons at 7 30 . Thursday. May 23. Don Ross and Clara Bonack will have charge of the topic a Tabletop photography a and members Are asked to bring their cameras. Walt Bohnsdahl and Don Ferch Are the social chairmen. La. Monica s event gym la sponsoring a rummage Sale at 9 . Friday in the Guild Hall. Members will sort rummage before the ascension Day service thursday evening. Bob hot up fans Witt have two chances this week to Square dance to his calling. Wednesday he will be at Wojtasiak s Hall in Antigo with the Gateway squares saturday at the vow Hall Crandon with the swinging squares. Tomahawk squares a new club will have dances every fourth Friday at 8 30 . At club Capri beginning Friday May 24. Club Capri is six Miles South of Tomahawk on 107. Warren Gruetzmacher is calling this week. Wins state award a mrs. F. T. Ratliff it left it president of Rhinelander Branch. American association of University women congratulates mrs. Hans Nienstaedt who won the first place poetry award in the state contest conducted by Paauw. Hie announcement was made sunday evening at the annual honors dinner held at Rhinelander country club. Local Jayc ettes attended state corporation meeting believes Belles make appearances Wisconsin Jaycees and Jayc ettes met in West Allis for their two Day annual state convention May 17 and 18. The j a y c e 11 e corporation meeting was held saturday morning in the m Aud m building at state fair Park with Over 700 delegates in Allen rain Ell a Belles of St. Dance. Among them were three Mary s drum and Bugle corps from Rhinelander chapter mrs. J members As Thev executed their Sandy Onson president or s. Weekend activities. Karen Salmon vice president saturday their performance mrs. Mary Tess past president. A Rhinelander a fish of Rama five new chapters were Wel j wag accompanied with showers corned into the state Organiza the showers were repeated lion Milton Sturtevant Sling-1 on sunday when the Belles travel Reedsburg and Weyauwega. Hurley to participate at Wisconsin Jayc ettes total Over vow District Spring con-2.600 members in 120 com Muni Fere Nee. Units from Michigan and Wisconsin marched in the highlighting the meeting was 25-unit Parade. The Belles also the election of state officers did their Street Drill. By Marie Stem of Rhinelander decorating 1830 n. Stevens St. Today we Are Happy to bring you some helpful hints on How to take care of your floor covering. We Hope you will find this useful. For removal of lint dust or surface soil use your carpet sweeper daily. Then do a thorough vacuum cleaning Job once a week to prevent soil from becoming embedded in the carpet. Professional cleaning is advisable once a year in most cases. This May be done right in the Home by professional cleaners using shampooing or pow Der methods. We at Rhinelander decorating like to advise people that if their carpets Are dirty due to average use. Then the Host cleaning method works just Fine. Why because its a dry cleaner. A special machine is used which lifts and rejuvenates your carpet As it cleans. No worry of shrinkage or rust spots. It can be used immediately. 85 lets you take the Host cleaner Home at 3 66 a Dean your carpeting and have guests in at 6 00. Removable rugs May be sent out for shampooing or dry cleaning. Immediate removal of spots and stains is most important remove the excess liquid with a blotter or absorbent doth. Sponge the spot with a solution of one teaspoonful of detergent in a quart of warm water adding a teaspoonful of White vinegar on stubborn spots. Avoid the carpet too wet and then dry it As quickly As possible. A sprouting rising of Tufts above the pile level is corrected by nipping off the Loose Tufts. Rising Tufts should be hoped but never pulled out. If you have any trouble spot or question about your carpeting. We at Rhinelander decorating will be glad to be of service to you a just fire us a rail. President. Sue grow president elect. Mary Ann Wartinbee Secretary. Pat Church treasurer Audrey s a r v e a parliamentarian Jean Malin. Awards were Given to outstanding local chairmen in the following areas cerebral palsy South Milwaukee mental health and mental retardation. Beaver dam Appleton and Milwaukee Public relations. Milwaukee. Rhinelander and Lake Geneva. Mrs. Weight Kab award. Mrs. Beverly weight Public relations chairman for 1967-68, received this award for Rhinelander chapter. During the meeting United Jay Ceile fund Grants were approved for chapters in Superior Pewaukee Harland. South Milwaukee Greenfield and new Berlin. Following the c o r p o r action meeting the installation and awards luncheon was held in the women a building with Quot buttons and bows As the Central theme. Mrs. Warren Knowles wife of the governor and mrs. Arnold Klentz wife of West Allis mayor were special guests of Wisconsin Jayc ettes. Gov. Knowles and sen. G. Nelson were guests of the Jaycees at their key Man luncheon. A Friday night social was held at the Park and featured a Parade of chapters hayrides fireworks and steer roasted Over a charcoal pit. The Faycette executive Board and state Board of directors meetings were held Friday in West Allis inn with the state president mrs. Charles Hill. Waukesha presiding at both sessions. Saturday evening the Jayc ettes joined their husbands for the inaugural banquet and Ball. Wisconsin Jayc ettes Are the wives of Wisconsin Jaycees Young women who assist in various Jaycee projects. Jayc ettes also coordinate and further activities of local member auxiliaries and help promote and publicize the civic educational recreational and Industrial activities of Community state and nation. The Rev. Robert shipper pastor at Hurley who was instrumental in organizing the original Belles corps visited with the group and informed them that he has now organized another corps called the Hurley ambassadors. They also participated in sundays Parade. Chaperones for the Belles on saturday were mrs. Joseph obey and mrs. James Engle Ryan. Sunday chaperones who travelled to Hurley were or. And mrs. William. Or. And mrs. Arthur Sonsthagen and Al Digialomo. Their next engagement will be in Rhinelander at the memorial Day exercises. On june 2 they will travel to Neillsville to perform at the Neillsville summer festival. This will be a competitive affair. The Belletter were also Busy this weekend with two activities scheduled. They marched in their new uniforms on saturday at the fish o Rama activities in downtown Rhinelander. Chaperones for this appearance were mrs. Dennis Terzinski the corps director miss Linda Jennejohn and or. And mrs. Wilbur Petoskey. On sunday evening the Belletter went to St. Josephus school to participate in the Quot Jam in a a program sponsored by the social committee of St. Josephus Parish. Al Digialomo sister Celine sister Margot and Linda Jennejohn accompanied the group. Lutheran Synod gets study Grant Paauw names state poetry award Winner mrs. Hans Nienstaedt who was named first place Winner for adult poetry in the annual state wide contest sponsored by the Wisconsin division of the american association of University women was honoured sunday evening during a dinner held in the Rhinelander country club. Joining in the recognition and warm Praise were 43 members of the National Honor society from Rhinelander Union High school for whom the event was Given and nine special guests. A certificate for the Honor had been accepted by the Rhinelander delegates who attended the state convention held May la in Wisconsin rapids and this was presented to mrs. Nienstaedt at the Honor society banquet. She also received a Corsage from the local Paauw Branch and read her prize a winning poem to the 88 guests in attendance. Mrs. Francis Ratliff president of the Branch and mrs. John Brown vice president and program chairman during the past year attended the state convention and brought Back word of the Honor. The a a secret was kept until sunday night. Mrs. Nienstaedt Marj started writing poetry a a putting Down my thoughts on four by six cards when an idea occurred to me a about five years ago. This is her first entry in a contest. Program Art lit. Mary Gage of Green Bay who gave a one hour dramatic Reading of Quot majority of received High Praise from the guests with the comment that the selection was especially appropriate at this time. The final meeting of the Rhinelander Branch will be held next monday evening at 7 45 in the Spring Lake Road Home of mrs. Brown. Mrs. Gail Stefonik is to be co hostess. The program will feature a Quot mop up Quot of the years activities. Which have entered around the topic a a society a reflection in the members Are asked to bring books for the Book fair which the group will sponsor in july in connection with the Rhinelander festival of the arts. Any Rhinelander resident i with books to contribute to the Sale May Call mrs. Brown for pick up service. Proceeds go to defray the expenses of the annual banquet and entertainment Given for members of the National Honor society from Rhinelander Union High school. National honors society party a the 46 Rhinelander Union High school students who Are members of National Honor society were invited to the honors dinner Given each year by Rhinelander Branch. American association of University women. Here mrs. F. T. Ratliff president of the Branch greets Jack Archibald vice president and Beth Koudelik. Secretary treasurer of the honors groups. Lodge makes announcement Snow Flake Rebekah Lodge will meet thursday at 8 . In the Odd Fellows Hall. Executive Board members who Are wearing dress Are asked to come at 7 of clock. Mrs. Eleanor Schueppert mrs. Emma Pautz and mrs. Ella Wunsch will serve on the lunch committee. It has been announced that Hattie Rayford and l i n n e a of Brien who were elected delegates to state Assembly which will be held Here in june and May Johnson will take the Assembly degree. Announcement also has been made that wednesdays degree staff practice has been cancelled. The administration Survey commission of the Wisconsin evangelical lutheran Synod has received a second Grant from Aid association for lutherans Appleton wis. The $19,-124 Grant will be used by the commission to continue its study of the Wisconsin synods corporate Structure. The Rev. James p. Schaefer Milwaukee Wels stewardship Counselor and chairman of the commission said that when the project is completed in 1969, the Synod will More clearly see its objectives and goals and will be moving most economically and efficiently toward their fulfilment. Quot the study will put us into closer touch with that respectable body of thought called administration a Schaefer added. A we Hope to find the deeper meanings and application of planning organization direction leadership control coordination and a management consultant firm has been engaged by the Wisconsin Synod to assist in the study. A year ago Aal awarded an $18,000 Grant to cover part of the first year study expenses. The current Grant brings the total Aai support for this project to More than $37,600. Tuesday May 21. Regular communication Rhinelander Lodge 242, f and am. 7 30 ., in the masonic Temple potluck at 6 30 . First Baptist Board of Christian education representatives of other boards and organizations 7 30 ., for Calendar planning. Recovery program. 7 ., in first methodist Church. Wednesday May 22. Local gals tops crib 7 30 . Duplicate Bridge club 7 30 ., in the Claridge. Christian science midweek service 7 45 . Calvary Baptist women a missionary society 6 30 pm. Planning meeting 7 30, midweek service. Lds Relief society and Mia 7 30 ., in the Chapel. First Baptist youth Fellowship 6 30 . 7 15, choir 8 30, Bible study. Congregational Junior choir 4 . 7, senior choir. Methodist Junior choir 4 30 . Immanuel confirmation classes 6 30 . Trinity senior confirm ands 4 . 7 30, senior choir. Wei vets and auxiliary 8 ., in the memorial building lunch and games to follow Welcome registration of new members. Pelican woman a club 1.30 ., in the Home of mrs. Ira j. Cox. Rhinelander arc will not meet until next monday 7 30 ., in Central school. Rebekah degree staff practice cancelled. Thursday May 23. Snow Flake Rebekah Lodge 8 ., in the clubroom executive Board members at 7. Public Library to be closed All Day for Wisconsin Valley Library conference. Harmony shrine number 25, 8 ., in Minocqua masonic Temple postponed meeting. Boy scout troop 529, 7 ., in congregational Church. A program 8 ., in first United methodist Church. Methodist Esther Circle 2 ., in the Home of mrs. Violet Holmes. Trinity Junior choir 4 . 7, Trinity Fellowship meeting. Ass chapter meeting 4 ., in Ruhs commons. Camera club 7 30 ., Ruhs commons. Friday May 24. Rummage Sale 9 ., St. Augustine a Guild Hall sponsored by St. Monica a evening Guild. Rummage Sale 1 30 ., in the labor Temple sponsored by Good neighbors club. In refresher courses Are available licensed practical and registered nurses who have not been working in their profession recently and need to return to their practice can take advantage of a refresher course for inactive nurses to be held in Wausau in june. A shortage of qualified nurses is being Felt in hospitals nursing Homes and Home care centers across the nation. The funding of this program will be from the manpower development training act. The course will be patient oriented with approximately half the time spent on clinical areas under the supervision of a clinical instructor. Topics to be considered Are changing nursing skills and knowledge the Hospital organization. Patterns of care per i sonnet and equipment As they Are discussed demonstrated and used in care of patients in the Hospital and nursing Home current trends in nursing service and education Legal aspects and health care programs. Also included will be projected plans for care of the patient when he goes Home and information about available Community resources. A total of 120 hours of class in i St auction and clinical practice will be Given at St. Mary a and Wausau memorial hospitals june 6 and 7. Monday through thursday of the weeks beginning june to 17 and 24 and july i and 2. Since the program is funded by Mota there will be no fee. Those persons interested in further information or who would need travel and accommodation funds it hould Contact the University Extension office. Courthouse. Rhinelander As soon As possible. Modern menus by Gaynor Maddox a meal in a dish yes. But this time its a salad bowl and the ingredients include cubed meat Many vegetables Apple and potatoes. Vegetable meat potato salad i medium Apple unpaved and diced i Tablespoon Lemon juice i cup cooked meat cubed a beef Steak Chicken veal Lamb pork i cup coarsely chopped celery i cup cubed cooked potatoes i hard cooked egg diced to i Tablespoon chopped onion i cup each cooked peas and carrots it cup Mayonnaise v4 cup Dairy sour Cream i i Tablespoons prepared Mustard Salt to taste v4 Teaspoon Pepper Western iceberg lettuce i Tomato Cut into wedges i hard cooked egg sliced Sprinkle Apple with Lemon juice. Toss with cubed meat celery potatoes diced egg onion peas and carrots. Mix Mayonnaise sour Cream Mustard Salt and Pepper. Pour Over salad and toss until Well coated. Olin. Line Large salad bowl with Crisp lettuce leaves. Pue salad mixture in lightly. Garnish with Tomato wedges and sliced egg. Six Servings. State commander installs officers the state commander Wanda Sloniker Racine was a guest of Honor at the regular monthly meeting of Rhinelander chapter 62 of disabled american veterans auxiliary. A regular business session was held after which commander Sloniker installed local officers which Are As follows Norrine Dulin commander Frances Berquist senior vice commander Edna Labounty Junior vice commander Estella Birch chaplain Ruth Coates adjutant treasurer. June contest to feature Dairy dessert mrs. Frank l Hommedieu. Chairman of the District and Oneida county june Dairy month contest announced recently that Dairy dessert will be the category of this years bake off. Oneida county will be conducting the Dairy foods contest during the month of june. The county contest will be held in july with the District contest in september in Wausau. Homemakers of the area Are asked to Start collecting ideas for Dairy desserts for this event. Mrs. La Hommedieu won the contest in this District event last year and she received a portable radio and Gas Range. Dava delegates named to offices sunday delegates from Rhinelander attended the sixth District conference of disabled veterans and auxiliary at Holiday inn in Wausau. Edna Labounty was elected District commander Ruth Coates Delegate and Frances Berquist was appointed to act As adjutant to the District commander. Those attending from Rhinelander were or. And mrs. Henry Berquist Carl Albertson. Or. And mrs. Art Lajeunnesse or. And mrs. Earl Labounty and Ruth Coates. Rhinelander daily news activities Lisbeth Kretlow editor hospitals in area report is. Mary a Rhinelander. Births a daughter born May 20, to or. And mrs. William Dulan 17 Randall ave. A son. Born May 20, to or. And mrs. Kenneth Gardner. 809 John St. A son. Born May 21. To or. And mrs. Gary Cahak 209 Driscoll re admission James Cannon 11w n. Stevens St. Kurt Pieper 228 s. Pelham St. Mrs. Carlton Johnson. Rte. 2. Mrs. James Billerbeck Tomahawk. August Frank. 112 Sutliff ave. Mrs. Gerald , 522 Wisconsin ave. Mrs. Angeline Schultz. 1441 Upland ave. Miss Margaret Marci Zilionis. 1 Milwaukee. Mrs. Theodore Nitzel Rte. 2. Martin Schwab to s. Oneida ave. Mrs. Joseph Vanzile Crandon. Fred w. Grow. Rte. 4. Dismissals Mary Jane Reinke Rte. I. Mrs. Herman c. Boos Mcnaughton. Mrs. Isadore Perlberg 820 River St. Mrs. William Harkins 410 Lincoln St. Lakeland memorial Woodruff. Admissions. Conrad Wiesendanger Woodruff. Mrs. Lacona Wohlfiel Woodruff. Mrs. Lorraine Pawl. Hazelhurst. Miss Patricia Gasper Minocqua. Dismissals. Mrs. Clara Arnett Woodruff. Miss Donna Ann Lee Minocqua. Homemakers club news sew and so homemakers met at their Flower Garden at the Junction of Kemp Street and Hwy. 8. They worked on the Garden and then went to the Home of Beverly Skubal for a business session. It was decided to make a donation to dollars for scholars and the club also voted to give transportation funds to mrs. Skubal who will attend College week for women. Plans were made tor a dinner party which will be held next thursday at 7 30 pm. In the pied Piper. The next meeting will be held june 20 with Mary Recha As hostess. Tile door prize went to Beverly Wilmot. From the o of the shelf Carter taken by millions Vittle for Over c1 75 years in Homos mkt yours snowmobiles in May in by mar Tai Aud see our sew meeting Silver snowmobile charms. Solid Sterling we think you la love pm our bucket brigade is Here Briard ice buckets from florentine Pewter to tooled leather coverings. And they re completely insulated fee the gourmet a try oar new Tine of Salt a Peppercorns a garlic chips and whole no neg. They go with everything. And rope Dally with our lifetime guaranteed Salt and Pepper Mills sets. Come in and browse a you la by glad you did. And remember gifts for the graduate Ark plentiful. 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