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Rhinelander Daily News and The News North (Newspaper) - September 23, 1950, Rhinelander, Wisconsin September 23, 1950tue Rhinelander wis daily news Page 5 brownies girl scouts elect new officers Brownie troop. No. 8. Barbara Marquart was elected president of troop 8 Sandra Kuhl vice president Bonnie Brunell. Secretary. Judy Deloy. Treasurer and Mary Jaska. Scribe. The brownies decided to sell Christmas cards again this year. We plan to take a Hobo hike next monday and visit the pop factory. Beverly counter is hostess next week. Mary Jaska. Scribe. Brownie troop no. 9. Brownie troop 9 met in the new Central school. Mrs Knutson is our Leader. We said the Brownie Promise and then elected officers. Virginia Nylund was elected president Sylivia Poskie vice president Jody Kincaid treasurer and Psid cd Schueppert. Scribe. We played games and Sang our Good night. Brownie song Sidnee Schueppert scribe. Troop to with the brow Nie troop. No. To. The Curran Brownie opened their meetings song and Promise. We had election of officers. Sarah Wright will be president Suzanne Rowe Secretary. Patricia Lindegren. Treasurer and Sandra Schauder. Scribe. Mrs. Dickie read part of the Brownie Story to us. And then we played Squirrel in a tree we closed with the Good night song. Sandra Busch was hostess. Sandra Schauder. Scribe. Ii. Troop 11 met the West Side brownies this Brownie troop no. The brownies of monday evening at school. We have 23 year. We had three Folk dances. Quot Jolly is the Quot Sandy and Quot the Bear went Over the we ate supposed to bring acorns for the next meeting Betty a win scribe. Church news Calvary Baptist Church. Council room City Hall. Sunday 9 4a a. Rn., morning prayer service to. Sunday school for All Ages. George Bentley superintendent la. Morning worship service to. Sunday school for All Ages. George Bentley superintendent la. Morning worship service 7 30 p. M. Evening service the Rev Arnold Robertson As speaker 9 30. A beyond the Sunset Quot broadcast Over wont. Tuesday. 7 30 p. Rn., women s missionary meeting at the Home of mrs Truman Robertson. Thursday. 7 30 p. Rn., prayer and Praise service place to be announced saturday. 7 30 p rn., regular meeting of the pilots Rev Truman la. Robertson pastor. 30 p. In. Sunday and officers meet miss Charlene Dernbach to by Bride in double ring ceremony Church of the . Eagle and Pearl streets. Sunday. To a. In. Sunday school la. Morning worship 7 to in. Young people s service. Wednesday 7 30 p. In. Mission i Ary meeting. Rev. Lawrence c Aspen pastor. First Baptist Church. 219 North Brown Street. Sunday. To a in. Sunday school classes for All Ages la. Morning worship Sermon theme. Quot god and the family Quot 0 30 p. In. Young people s meeting. 7 30. Evening service in charge of the Young people. Thursday. 7 30 p. In. Bible study and prayer meeting at tile Church. Rev. James b. Hutton pastor. Form Church of Christ. Scientist. A Branch of the Mother Church. The first Church of Christ scientist in Boston. Mass Stevens and Frederick streets sunday. 9 30 a til., sunday school 10 45. Morning worship. Subject. wednesday. 2 to 4 p. Rn., Reading room open adjoining Church 7 45. Evening service. Saturday 2 to 4 p. In. Reading room open. Ministration meeting in the Church Parlours wednesday 7 school teachers ing thursday. 2 30 p ladies Aid i meeting at the Home of mrs John Palm. 777 West Davenport Street with mrs John Anderson co hostess. Saturday. 9 30 a rn., Junior confirmation class la. Senior confirmation class this will be the first meeting of the confirmation classes. Anyone desiring to join the classes May do so. Rev Chester i. Johnson pastor. Kingdom Hall Jehovah a witnesses foot of Briggs Street North of City limits sunday. 2 p. I Bible lecture in Community room. Merchants state Bank. With Andrew s. Zeltner of Wausau As the speaker on the subject. Hell used As a scare Quot the weekly watchtower study follows the lecture. Tuesday. 7 30 p. In. Bible study subject. Quot this Means everlasting at kingdom Hall. Thursday. 7 30 p. In service Mer Ting and kingdom ministry school at kingdom Hall. R Olson company servant. Latter Hay saints Church. 899 Thayer Street. Sunday. To a in. Sunday school 11 15. Sacrament meeting. Tuesday. 7 30 p. In. Priesthood and Relief society meetings. Ai Thor Butcher Branch president St. Augustine s episcopal Church. 30 South Pelham Street. Sunday. 8 a. Rn., mass. To. Mass Sermon monday through saturday. 7 30 la. In. Mass very in \ Clyde j. Miller Rector St. Joseph s Catholic Church. 117 North Stevens Street. Sunday. 8 a in., mass 9 30. Mass la. Mass monday through saturday a a rn., mass saturday 3 to 4 p. In. And 7 to 8. Confessions Rev. Theodore Lesniak. Pastor. Rummage Sale is planned by j Church women three lakes by news correspondent a the women of the three lakes lutheran Church Are planning a rummage Sale to be held soon. Anyone who has articles to donate for the Sale is requested to leave them with miss Doris Lawonn or mrs Winton Sanger. The three lakes american legion and auxiliary hold their regular meeting at the legion club rooms on wednesday evening. Sept 20. Mrs. Gladys Ralston mrs. Margaret Olkowski and mrs. Alice Bauchnecht reported on the state legion auxiliary convention to which they were delegates. Or. And mrs. Stanley Rydel owners of pleasant View resort on big Lake. Will leave tin1 latter part of this month Lor Chicago to spend the Anthony Hallman family owners of the Channel Point cottages on big Lake. Will spend the Winter in Chicago where or. Hallman will be employed. Mrs Hallman and children have already i turned to the City. To he followed shortly by or. Hallman. Mrs Bernice Kuncy of Madison and a group of friends an vacationing Here. She is the lot Mer Bernice Donnelly of three Lake miss Ellen and Richard Lange daughter and son of or and mrs Otto Lama of Escondido. Calif., Wen three lakes visitors miss Lange was the guest of miss Doris Lawonn. Ane Richard a guest at the Edgar Dobbs Home. The Lange family Are Fen Mer residents of three lakes they will visit relatives in Green Bay be fore l Etui fling tee then Cliburn Home modern menus tomatoes Sprinkle with a Alt and top with crumbs Cut the Bacon in about i Inch pieces and place on top of the crumbs Broil until nicely browned and the tomatoes Are tender Garden peas Cook Frozen peas according to directions on the pack age. Drain and add i Tablespoon fortified Margarine arrange the noodles grilled to i maters and Margarine peas on a serving dish. Serve with cheese sauce. Spaghetti Tomato Rarebit. <6 to 8 Servings eight ounces Spaghetti u cup fortified Margarine 2 cup chopped onion. I cup canned Tomato soup. I cup grated cheese. I egg beaten. I Teaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Salt Pepper. Cook the Spaghetti in boiling water until tender. Drain and rinse in hot water melt the Margarine in a Saucepan and Cook the onion until tender. Add the Tomato soup and when hot. Put in the grated cheese. When cheese has melted pour part of the mixture Over the beaten egg and then Combine the egg with the sauce. Season with Worcestershire sauce Salt and Pepper. Stir constantly until slightly thickened do not boil put the Spaghetti on a hot Platter pour the sauce Over it Garnish w Ith chopped hard cooked egg. If desired. Monday s Mene. Breakfast Tomato juice shredded wheat biscuits Toast butter or fortified Margarine marmalade Coffee milk. Luncheon baked eggs in Tomato cups Bologna lettuce sandwiches. Plan Over Angel food cake with chocolate sauce. Tea. Milk. Dinner vegetable Noodle plat ter. Cucumber and onion salad bread butter or fortified Margarine chocolate pudding cookies Coffee milk. In be in the to ii events p fur Ler meetings 1 Pel it. Cd new t k i 16. R by miss Charlene Dernbach. Daughter of or and mrs Harold Dernbach. 315 Marshall Street will become the Bride of Erwin j. Brewster son of or. And mrs Dell Brewster. Three Brownie troop. No. 18. Troop 18 met at St Mary s school on tuesday. We talked about what we did at Camp this summer. The following officers were elect lakes in a simple ceremony in the cd Jane Loesh. President Elizabeth Dalan. Vice president. Carolyn Chiro Secretary treasurer and Jean Tia Giai and Edna Mac Coffen. Tragiai. Scribe. St Mary a Hospital notes girl scout troop no. 2. Instead of having our meeting in the memorial building the girls had a Cook out at Pioneer Park. We had a Short business meeting at which it was decided to change our meeting Day from wednesday to tuesday 4.1s Many of the girls have orchestra on wednesday. Most of the girls had brought hamburger and mrs. Soule showed How to roast it on Green Sticks. For our next meeting we plan to have another Cook out in Shepherd s Park instead of hamburgers however we plan to have just one hot dish. Girl Seoul troop no. 3. The girl scouts of troop 3 met wednesday in the Central school. We elected officers. Those elected an1 Diane Bonfield president. Mary Kennedy vice president. Karen Summers treasurer and Carol Dorsi scribe. There were la girls present. Carol Dorsi scribe. Girl scout troop. No. 5. The girl scouts of the Curran school. Troop 5. Held their first meeting of the year and elected the i following officers Marie Kuhl. President. Diane j Baun. Vice president Barbara Busch Secretary and scribe and Jane Richardson treasurer. We elected committees to work on plans for a Cook out which will be held on a saturday soon. Then we j went into the gymnasium and played Squirrel in the tree and then j had our Good night Circle. Barbara Busch scribe. Girl scout troop. No. 12. We played games outside with the basketball until 4 30. And then had election of officers. Katherine Remos was elected j president. Helen Rennhak vice in president. Kay sue. Treasurer and i Velma Manthy Secretary. We collected dues and returned our consent slips. The sixth Grade scouts punched holes in their cans to make Bunny burners. We adjourned the meeting with the Good night Circle. Velma Manthey scribe. Girl scout troop. No. 16. The girl scouts of troop 16 met tuesday night to elect officers. Jean Lacrosse is president Rosemary Fortier vice president. Jackie Price treasurer and Marcella Stein Secretary and scribe we discussed recreation and Community service for the coming year. We planned a Candy Sale for wednesday. Sept. 27. We re having Candy and bake sales to raise Money so j we can go out on overnight trips. It was decided that Tho Money that was left Over from last year Abe Given to miss Brown for some 1 thing useful for the scout Camp. J Marcella Stein scribe. Church ladies7 plan Bazaar Harvest Sale _ the Trinity lutheran Church ladies will hold a Harvest Sale and Bazaar on Friday sept. 29, beginning at 10 30 a. In. A table will be decorated .0 Ere sen each month of the year and Tho baked goods fancy work vegetables and canned food made by the ladies whose birthdays Are in each go month will be represented at each table As Well As White elephant articles. A chairman has been appointed for each table. Mrs. Osborne Onder son january table mrs. Howard Richardson february table mrs. James Hamilton. March table Etc in Johnson april table mrs. Jack Hoe Lungel May table mrs. Frank parsonage of St. Mary s Church this afternoon at 2 o clock. The Rev. John Spatt. C. P. P. A. Will officiate at the double ring ceremony. The Bride who is to be Given in marriage by her father will Wear a strikingly Beautiful gown of Chantilly lace Over White Satin the lace bodice is a fitted style with a a no Klinc buttoned to the Waist with Satin covered buttons. The Long tailoring sleeves of sheer lace come to in hints Over the hands. A Short lace peplum Hows into a full formal train in Back. Her veil the one worn by her sister mrs Hildebrand. I for her wedding is of three-quar-1 ter length French illusion edged with deep scallops each Scallop forming a medallion and embroidered with pearls and caught to a Pearl embroidered Headpiece. She will carry an Arm bouquet of White Calla lilies. Mrs. Philip Hildebrand will be her sister s Matron of Honor. She will be gowned in heaven Blue. Designed with close fitting Satin bodice with an off the shoulder Bertha which crosses in front in a deep v. With a Yoke of Blue net. Her full skirt of Nylon illusion and her half hat is of Blue Satin net covered and trimmed with pearls. Tea roses in i a colonial arrangement will be car a lied by mrs. Hildebrand. Ronald Lewis. 541 North Brown Street will to his friends Best Man. Mrs. Dernbach will Wear a Navy Blue and White print dress with i Navy accessories to attend her daughter s wedding. Her Corsage will be of White carnations and Pink sweetheart roses. A Grey crepe dress with Black accessories and a Corsage of red roses will to worn by mrs. Brewster. Following the ceremony a reception will be held from 3 to 6 p. In. Atthe Bride s Home. The Bride will Don a Blue cords j Roy dress and Navy Blue accessories with a Corsage of red roses for i travelling. After a wedding trip to Mammoth Cave and the great i Smoky mountains the new or. And j mrs. Brewster will be at Home at bl3-a Margaret Street. The Bride is a graduate of Rhinelander High school and has been employed As a stenographer at the Daniels manufacturing company. The bridegroom graduated from three lakes High school attended the University of Wisconsin and now is employed at Gary s clothing store. Out of town guests at the wedding will include or. And mrs. Mrs. C. Dernbach. Or. And mrs. Herbert Hamann mrs. Martin Kaatz or. And mrs. Earl Hochtritt. Or. And mrs. Harold Fosbinder and or. And mrs. Marvin James All of Wausau Martin Sunshine. Or. And mrs. Norman Brewster or. And mrs. William Paremski and or. And mrs. Elton Gensler All of three lakes or. And mrs. Laurence Dernbach. Bloomer or. And mrs. Alex Mayer and or. And mrs. Charles Dernbach All of Milwaukee or. And mrs. Kuchen schuster. Appleton or. And mrs. Bernard Dernbach. Eau Claire and or. And mrs. Frank Christenson of Wauwatosa. Adene Tomy. Burdette Shaver route i sept. 23. Admissions. Harry Putnam. Route i. Miss Jeanne Kook route 3. Arland Sparks. Parish. George Gauthier route i. Dismissals. Joseph Sholtz. Ford comales-1 cent Home Rhinelander Arnold Lytle. 506 High Street. Mrs. Kenneth paid Orisik and infant son 27-a Davenport Street. Mrs. Carl Rogers route 2. Eagle River. John to. Rausch. Eagle River. Mrs. Harold Kobin and infant son Crandon. Mrs. Dale Datum and infant daughter. Route 3. Mrs. Irvin hem route 2 infant son of or. And mrs. Leonard a. Goinski. 7 h Arbutus Street. Barbara Tegeler 2ih Elm court. Iho Nias Vickman 244 Highview Parkway. Dennis Fisher. 211 Young Street. Harold Dernbach. 315 Marshall Street. A Lorence Gauthier. 14 Desoto Street. First congregational Church. Stevens and Rives streets. Sunday 9 45 a in. Sunday school tor classes from first Grade through Junior High la. Morning worship la. Kindergarten classes and Nursery in the basement 2 p. In. Pilgrim Fellowship meet at the Church to go to the Northern Winnebago rally at Elcho. Monday 7 p. In. Boy scout troop no 29 meeting. Thursday. 3 40 p. In. Confirma-6 30 p. Rn., fall Parish lion class supper. Saturday tryouts for ninth Grade rehearsal to a. Rn., Junior choir fourth Grade through 7 15 p. In., senior choir Church to have Nursery school a kindergarten sunday school class for the 4 and 5 year Olds of the first congregational Church will meet in the Church basement at la a. Rn., beginning sunday sept. 24. There also will be a Nursery for younger children and supervised recreation for older children during Church hours. Parents Are invited to leave noir children Iii the appropriate group while they attend the morning service. First methodist Church. Stevens and Rives streets. Sunday 9 4.5 a in. Sunday school la. Worship service. Rev. Cecil v. Dawson pastor. Foursquare Church. 417 West Davenport Street. Sunday. 8 30 a. Rn., radio broadcast 9 45. Sunday school 10 50. Morning worship subject. A revival requisites Quot 6 30 p. In. Berean 7 45, evening evangelistic subject. Quot alternate tuesday. 7 45 p. Rn., prayer meeting. Thursday 7 45 p. Rn., Bible study Rev. Lynn charter pastor. Immanuel Church. Augustan Brown and Edgar streets. Sunday. 9 30 a. Rn., sunday school rally Day program together with morning worship 10 45. Morning worship Sermon theme. Quot to such belonged the tuesday 7 30 p. Rn., Board of Ari St. Mary a Catholic Church. 133 East King Street. Sunday. 6 30 a. In. Mass 8. Mass 51 30, Parish High mass la. Mass. Monday through saturday 6 30 a rn., and 8 15. Mass saturday. 3 to 5 p. In. And 7 to 8 30. Confessions Rev. Arthur Shank pastor Rev. John Spatt. C. P. P. S., first assist and past. Rev. Joseph Miller second assistant pastor. Trinity eve. Lutheran Church. E. I c of the american lutheran conference. Sunday. 9 15 a in., Junior Wor-1 ship service 10 30, regular worship service monday 7 p. In. Boy scouts 7 30. Board of deacons meeting at Tho i pal silage. Tuesday. 6 30 p. In. Men a brotherhood supper meeting thursday. 7 p. In., senior choir rehearsal. 8. Mothers club meeting at the Home of mrs. Wesley White Friday. Ladies Aid birthday Bazaar will be held at the Church. Saturday 9 a. In., Junior continuation class 10 30. Senior confirmation class. Rev. David m. Bey pastor. Zion evangelical lutheran Church. 1 synodical conference. Brown and Frederick streets. Sunday. 8 30 a rn., worship service 10 30. Worship service with radio broadcast Rev. Erwin Scharf pastor. Tho continuing military indoctrination of the youth of satellite countries is one of the darkest pictures in the present world situation. Or. Nicholas . Sex minister of finance in Hungary. Gaynor aka staff Maddox writer Economy in no Ai planning i easy when plentiful foods form the Backbone. Both la tired plump j tomatoes Nippy cheese a budget source of top Quality protein and Semolina products Aik headliners on september s grocer list Here Are two main dish acc pics which include these foods veg table Noodle Platter. 4-6 Servings cheese sauce 2 Tablespoons fortified Margarine. 2 Tablespoons flour. 2 Teaspoon Salt. 2 cups milk. I cup grated cheese. Melt Margarine in Saucepan stir in flour and Salt. Gradually add the milk stirring constantly until thickened. Add grated cheese makes 2 -2 cups cheese sauce. Noodles 4 ounces noodles. I Tablespoon fortified Margarit gradually put the noodles into i quart of rapidly boiling salted water. Cook until tender. Drain and rinse in hot water. Melt the Margarine and pour it Over the noodles. Grilled tomatoes 4 to 8 medium size tomatoes. 4 cup bread crumbs i strip Bacon Salt. Slice the Blossom sunday sept. 24. Jack Pine artists. Mrs. Stallc s Home in Tripoli league of Catholic women bake Sale. To a. Rn., Bud Lea us. Monday. Sept. 25. Male chorus. 7 to p in. Vocational school. Company b auxiliary 7 45. Memorial building jobs daughters 7 30 p. In. Masonic Temple. Tuesday. Set. 26. Pelican homemakers. I 30 p. In. Mrs Louis Fri Sci Home eagles indies social club. 2 15 p in. Eagles club. It fit age Calls Mal simple Coin Specia smooth Juu velvet Lacin has those pattern sizes to t for 3 3-8 Van Blouse 2 Yare this pattern easy to to sew. Is tested for of la Pylelo illustrate i ii it in Bons Send 30 cent it in. 1 u flt Hist it it turn to Anne Adams it of the re Melamu 1 Nev 3 pattern dept. 243 West 17th St new York la n y in int plainly name. And it i iss a one. Size and style number Send Twenty cd j coins 1 for our fall Tern Book by ant Best of Tho new so easy to sew patterns Mas gifts too. Plus pattern for making. From a Man s shirt. It its t and i i Adams son Fanshi for fre it a cd 1 in Pat the to itt i Chi 1st Thrifty ids dress end from the political advert isemen1 onion Rhino undo i Anthol tit d. Pali Linhof in no it Al thank you voters Oneida county your splendid support in the tuesday la i Niazy is most sincerely appreciated. Al Onson s Ltd vow us flit Summ hid 9 the eagles ladies social club will meet tuesday at 2 15 p. In. At the eagles club. Pelican homemakers will meet tuesday at the Home of mrs. Louis Feller at 1 30 p. In. Anyone from Tho town of Pelican who is Inte rested is invited to attend. Company b auxiliary will meet at 7 45 p. In. Monday in the legion rooms at the memorial building. Male chorus will rehearse at 7 30 p. In. Monday at the vocational school. Rebekah s will meet at the Odd-1 Fellows Hall on sunday evening at 1 7 15. And will go from there to carious funeral Home to pay their respects to mrs. Lucy Nichols. Jobs daughters will meet monday at 7 30 p. In. In the masonic Temple. All officers Are to be pre i pared for initiatory work. Personals i believe in american in her High destiny under god to stand before the people of the Earth As a shining example of unselfish Devotion to the Ideal that has made us a great Cardinal Spellman. Ames june table mrs. Oscar Moen july table mrs. Wilbert Teske August table mrs. Anna Pukall september table mrs. Don Mier Kev. October table mrs. Henry Gates. November table and mrs. Art Cihla. December table. A noon lunch will be served from 12 to 1 30 p rn., and Coffee pie and doughnuts will to served luring. The afternoon until 5 p. In. Bob Eastman son of or. And mrs. F. G. Eastman 828 Margaret Street arrived Home Friday evening to spend the week end. He is attending Luther College at Decorah la. He will be accompanied Back on sunday by mrs. L. J. Shefstad. 635-a Alban Street who will visit or. And mrs. Ken Weber in Cresco la., for a week. Or. And mrs. Emil Radtke of Crandon and miss Gustie Rector of Antigo were Friday guests at the Home of mrs. Henry Schallock 612 Dorr Avenue. Or. And mrs. Jack Cooper of Adams. Leo Cooper and son of Madison and Vince Cooper of Janesville have returned to their Homes Atter visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Walker Cooper 633 Keenan Street mrs. Paul Cooper and children Carol and Bobby will leave this afternoon for North Olmsted. Ohio where they will make their Home faster seven out of every ten Calls to Quot information Are for numbers listed in the Telephone directory. So if you look in the directory first chances Are you la find your number and will save time in the bargain. You will also be helping yourself to better service by reducing the Load on information a leaving her free to help you More quickly when you really do need her assistance. Rhinelander Telephone co. #1 n v. 1 any Gypsy Worth a Gold Bangle will Tell you that Palm Reading is Tricky stuff. Because no two hands Are exactly alike. T he hands shown above for example reveal different temperaments and tempers and abilities. Most american hands however have this similarity they belong to the owners of business managed electric companies like this one. Several million americans Iii every walk of life own the securities of those companies. And some 72,000.000 arc indirect owners through their life insurance Ami savings Bank accounts. For when Banks and insurance companies accept your Money they must invest it wit by Ami much of it goos into electric li0ht Aud Power companies. A meet Corliss archers for delightful comedy. Clis sundays 8 in. Al of Wisconsin publicise Rule corporation

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