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PAGE THREE THE DAILY NEWS TIMES Saturday, September 17, 1938 Church Women's street, Milwaukee, son of Albert Rowe, Palmyra. The bride, attended by Mr3. John Omsdoll of Milwaukee, sister of the groom, and Miss Beatrice Schultz of Baraboo, wore a white lace dress over satin, with a three-quarter length veil, and carried a bouquet of yellow 'roses. Mrs. Omsdoll wore peach chiffon and Miss Schultz was attired in blue chiffon.

They carried bouquets of yellow and Talisman roses, respectively. Robert Bruenning, brother of the bride, and Francis Milwaukee, were SOCIETY Society Holds First Meeting Of Fall One hundred and eighty-six were present at the first meeting of the year of the Women's society of the. First Presbyterian church evening. Officers were installed following a supper. Rev.

W. R. Courtenay addressed the group' Mrs. S. F.

Shattuck, out-going president, presided at the installation. Officers are Mrs. A. C. Gilbert, president Mrs.

S. N.Pick-ard, vice president; Mrs. J. B. Schneller, second vice president; Miss Eva Jensen, secretary, and Miss' Sadie Tipler, treasurer.

Committee hairmen are as follows: Mrs. W. R. Courtenay, program 'Miss Minnie Gittins, stew ardship; Mrs. Kenneth G.

Mace, literature; -Mrs. L. XJ. Pinkertori, flowers; Miss Elizabeth Babcock, house; Mrs Pickard, White: Cross, and Mrs. Schneller, calling.

Circle leaders are as follows No. 1, Mrs. Alvin Lang; No. 2, Mrs. J.

H. Wilterding; No. 3, Mrs. F. F.

Martin; No 4, Miss Grace Wauda; 5, Mrs. O. T. No 6, Mrs. Albrecht Gross; No.

7, Mrs. S. F. Shattuck; No 8, Mrs. George Banta, and No.

9, Mrs Robert Anderson. Mrs. Gladys Olson, E. J. Goodman Wed i The marriage of Mrs.

Gladys Olson, 216 East Columbian avenue, to Edward J. Goodman, 530 Maple street, took place at 4 :30 o'clock Friday afternoon in the parsonage of the First Presbyterian church, Rev. W. R. Courtenay, performing the ceremony." Mrs.

Kenneth Rcbinsori, sister of the bride, and Mr. were the attendants. -A dance was held in the evening in Eagle hall with bout 150 relatives and' friends present. The couple will livev at 530 Maple street. How Ant-Eater Protects Young One -of the South American ant- eaters has only one' youngster, but she protects it in an unusual way, for if there is a heavy shdwer she spreads her tail over her back and the little one rests in comfort underneath.

deled. Mrs." Stuart is chairman of the sale committee and assisting her are Mrs. Donald Turner, Mrs. Ronald Rogers, Mrs. D.

W. Bergstrom, and Mrs Carlton Smith. bni. Aurelia Britzke Becomes Bride Of Cornelius Wyngaard Miss Aurelia Britzke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Louis Britzke, .624 Paris street, Menasha. and Cornelius Wyngaard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wyngaard, 729 Racine street, Menasha were united in marriage at 9 o'clock, this morning in St. John church, Rev.

S. A. Elbert officiating. The bride wore a white satin dress with train and veil and carried a bouquet of American Beauty, tea roses and babybreath. She was attended by the Misses Berni and Leona Britzke and Miss Helen Briske, bridesmaids, and Miss Ann Wyngaard, sister of the bridegroom, maid of honor.

Miss Wyngaard wore aqua blue and the bridesmaids were attired in' gowns of yellow, pink and peach. They carried bouquets of mixod garden flowers." Attendants of the groom were Louis Britzke, Marty Wyngaard and Earl Williamson. Garden flowers formed the decorations in the church and at the home of the bride's parents where breakfast and lunch were served to members of the bridal partyi A reception in Falcon hall evening will be attended by 115 guests. Present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs.

John Schedgick and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schedgick of Athens. Mr. and Mrs.

Wyngaard will go to Mt. Clemens, on a wed ding trip and upon their return will reside at 729 Racine street. Mr. Wyngaard is employed as a wife weaver at the plant of the International -Wire Works. Nora Bruenning And Kenneth Rowe Wed At Milwaukee A marriage of interest in Menasha took place at 10 o'clock thi3 morning in the parsonage of Washington Park Presbyterian church, Milwaukee, Rev.

T. B. Layten, D. officiating, when Miss Nora Ann Bruenning, 633 Tayco street, Menasha, daughter oflx Anton Bruenning, Mosinee, became the bride of Kenneth William Rowe, 203S North NOTES Miss Helen Apitz, route 1, Nee nah, and Charles Ximm, route 1, Neenah, have left for Taconite, where will attend the wedding of Miss Clara Apitz, sister of Miss Apitz. James Harwood Shattuck, son of Mr.

and Mrs; Sv F. Shattuck, has resturned from a six months trip around, the world. While in India he visited Rev. Samuel Hig-ginbottom, president of Allahabad college; who will preach at the First Presbyterian church. Sensational Demonstration New Going On PHILCO 'MYSTERY CONTROL Come in and try it yourself.

KEIL WERNER and Mrs. Bryce Ozanne have returned from Milwaukee 'where they attended the convention of the American Medical association. Joe LeFave, 544 Cecil street, has been admitted to the Veterans' hospital at Milwaukee for treatment. Artnur and Betty Jury 4uu Naymut street, Menasha, had their tonsils removed tliis morning at Theda Clark hospital. Sensational Demonstration Now Going On PHILCO MYiTERY CONTROL Come in and try it yourself.

KEIL WERNER Peter Graverson, 819 Henry street, is receiving treatment at Theda Clark hospital. Francis Proctor left this noon for Rochester, N. to enter Eastman school cf music for a year's graduate work. OUR WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. TRY THEM Elisha Kent Kane Lodge No.

61 F. A. M. stated communication Monday, Sept. 19, 7:30 p.m.

Work in M.M degree. Ref resh- ments. i Harold Nooyen, W.M. Arnemann, Secy. $1 mm nr the groomsman's attendants." Twenty guests attended a luncheon following the ceremony at the home of Mrs.

Omsdoll, 2222 North Fortieth street, Guests from out of tha city included Bruenning and Mrs. Hugo Carlson, Mosinee, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Richard, Menasha.

Mr. and Mrs. Rowe will go to Washington, D. and New York city on a wedding trip i of3two weeks. They will reside at2244A Sixty-second street, Wauwatosa.

The groom, a graduate of Whitewater college, is employed as route salesman by the Golden Guernsey Dairyv His bride is a graduate of Mosinee high school and was employed in the office of the Marathon Mills. Sensational Demonstration New Going On PHILCO MYSTERY CONTROL Come in and try it yourself. KEIL WERNER Rebekah Lodge Has Birthday Party The eighty-seventh anniversary of Rebekah Fellowship was observed at a meeting of Betty Rebekah lodge Friday night in I. O. O.

F. hall, Menasha. The program included vocal selections by Donald and Girard Berendsen, a reading, "Memories," by Carrie Strong, and an outline of the history of Rebekah Odd Fellowship by Mrs. Emma Burnham. Emergency Society To Conduct Sale Twin City Emergency society will hold its annual linen sale Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept.

27 and 28, at the home of Mrs. -berty: Stuart, Lake Road, Maid's, miforms will be mo- INDIA COLLEGE HEAD PREACHES HERE SUNDAY Dr. Samuel Higginbottpm, president of Allahabad Christian college, India, will preach at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at the First Presbyterian church. The chorus choir will sing "My Defense is of God" and "Prayer to the Holy Spirit." The Sunday school promotion day service will be held Sunday, Sept.

25, at 9:15 o'clock in the church auditorium. The Christian Fellowship club and the Kappa Beta society will hold their first meetings of the fall and winter on Sunday, Oct. 2. English Lutheran I Rev. Richard W.

Roth has chosen "Our Crisis and Our, Hope" as the' subject of the sermon he will deliver at the 8:50 a.m. service Sunday at St. Paul English Lutheran church. Rev. Samuel H.

Roth will discuss "A Prayer for at the 10:30 a.m. service. Sunday school will meet at 9 a.m. and the Senior Young People's society will meet at 6:30 p.m. Holy Communion will be dis tributed at both services Sunday, Sept! 25.

Memorial Baptist "Jesus" is the theme of the sermon Rev. W. L. Harms will preach at the 10:40 a.m. service Sunday at Whiting Memorial Baptist church.

Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a.m. Rev; U. E. Gibson, Dodgeville, former local pastor, will preach at the prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night. RallyDay be observed by the church and Sunday school on Sunday, Sept.

25. St. Thomas Episcopal Rev. Gilbert K. Hill, M.

will deliver the seronm at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at St. Thomas Episcopal church. The confirms tion class will take corporate com munion at 8 a.m. A breakfast open to all members of the parish will be served in the parish house after the communion service.

Our Savior Lutheran, Rev. A. H. Andersen will discuss "The Man With an Infirmity for 38 Years" at the ,10:15 a.m. service Sunday at Our Savior Lutheran church.

Church school will meet at 9 a.m. and the Luther League at 7:30 p.m. tin the church at a meeting of the Women's Missionary society at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the church parlors and all women of the church have been invited to attend. Miss Dagmar Madsen will be the hostess. Trinity Lutheran, Menasha "Missions More Mutual" will be the theme of Rev.

Paul Bergmann's sermon at the 10 a.m. service Sunday at Trinity Luth eran church, Menasha. A prayer for world peace will be offered. Sunday school will meet at 9 a.m Adult class will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and the bible class will meet at csu p.m.

weanesaay. First Services of the First Methodist church will be held at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in Masonic temple instead of 9:30 a.m. as usual. Rev.

Henry Johnson's sermon subject will be the Fork, of the Road." Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a.m. TJiere will be a joint meeting of Epworth leagues at 6:30 p.m. in the Brigade building. Florence Schreiber Becomes Bride Of Vernon G. Petersen The marriage of Miss Florence G.

Schreiber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schreiber, 712 Fourth street, Menasha, and Vernon E. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Edward Petersen, Elderon, took place at 8- o'clock this morning in St. John church. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Joseph Schulist. Miss Schreiber wore silk lace over satin, with train and long veil, and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses.

She was attended by her sister, Miss Lucille Schreiber, as maid of honor, and Miss Ruth Schreiber 'and Mrs. Henry Verkuilen as bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore blue georgette, with pink accessories and bouquet to match, and the bridesmaids were attired in peach with peach shoulder veils and rose bou-tonniers. Little Jean Feltenber-ger served as flower girl. She wore blue net over pink taffeta and a blue and pink poke bonnet.

Attendants of the groom were William Rohe, Arthur Petersen and H.nry Verkuilen. The church was decorated with garden flowers, and a. color scheme of pink and blue was carried out in decorations at the home of the bride. Breakfast and luncheon were served to immediate, members of the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents, where 30 families will be guests at a dinner and reception this evening. Out-of-town guests were Mr.

and Mrs. Edward Petersen and daughter, Elenor, Elderon, and Miss Margaret Schreiber, Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Petersen will make their home at 712 1-2 Fourth street, Menasha.

The former is employed at the plant of the John Strange Paper company. Trinity Lutheran Special Mission Festival services will held Sunday morning and evening at Trinity Lutheran church, with two guest pastors conducting the services. Rev. Herbert Schaller, Tomah, will deliver the sermon at both the 9:15 a.m. German and 10:30 a.m.

English Rev. LeRoy Ristow, New London, wilj conduct the 7:30 p.m. service. Sunday school will meet at 9:15 a.m. Scandinavian Lutheran Rev.

Adrian Olson, Winchester, will conduct English services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Sandina? vian Lutheran church. Congregational Rev. William Jacobs will discuss "Re-Making the Self" at the 9:30 a.m. service Sunday at the Congregational church, Menasha.

Lambda Tau Pi members will elect officers at a meeting at 6:30 p.m. The church and Sunday will observe rally day Sun day, Sept. 25. First Evangelical A recognition Sunday in honor of the older members of the church will be observed at the 10:30 a.m. service at the First Evangelical church.

Rev. Carl F. Zietlow's sermon subject will be "Old Age Security." Herbert Fenner will sing a solo. Seager Fellowship will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the home of Rev. and Mrs.

Zietfow, 118 Bond street, for a social time. A number of Modern Woodmen of the Twin Cities attended a dance and box social of the Tri-County club, inner Woodmen social organization, at Greenleaf Thursday -evening. Other events of the club this fall will take place Oct. 24 at. the Columbus club, Green Bay, and Nov.

18 at Osh-kosh. Both will be dances. Members of the local camp are planning to attend a state meeting Oct. 3 in Green Bay. Young Women's Missionary society of St.

Paul English Lutheran church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Louis Fromm, 512 Adams street. Miss Flora Prange and Miss Louise Rabe will be hostesses. Mrs. Robert Schultz will present the topic and Mrs.

Phillip Schanke will conduct the magazine quiz. Women's Missionary society of Our' Savior Lutheran church will elect officers at a meeting at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon the church parlors. Miss Dagmar Madsen will be hostess. Teachers of the church school of St. Thomas Episcopal church will make plans for the opening of the school on Sunday, Sept.

25, at a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 21, in the parish house. The Vestry of St. Thomas Episcopal church will partake of a 12 o'clock luncheon Friday Sept. at the Valley Inn.

Important business is to be transacted. St. Patrick Court No. 1083, Women's Catholic Order of Forestors, will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Y. W.

A. The gathering will be in the form of a dress up party. Mrs. J. M.

Donovan is chairman. G. H. and C. council of Pythian Sunshine Girls will have a party at 8 olock Monday evening in Castle hall.

The committee in charge consists of Mildred Stacker, chairman, Lorraine Johnson, Thea Rausch, Ethel Barshaw, Doris Klawitter, Fern Mead, Mil dred Zick and Gladys Zick. Ticket sales are charge of Miss Kla witter. Women's Benefit association wilf meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening at the Y. W. C.

A. A so cial time will follow the business session. Miss Heinz Bride Of Lavvrence Abel Miss Virginia Heinz, route 3, Neenah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heinz, High Cliff, and Lawrence Abel, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Oscar Abel, Appleton, were married at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon atv Zion Lutheran church, Appleton. Rev. Theodore Marth performed the ceremony. The couple attended Miss Dorothy- Collins and" Elmer Abel, brother of the groom.

A dinner will be served this evening at the home of the groom's parents. Mr and Mrs. Abel will live on route Neenah. Mr. Abel is engaged in construction work.

lO a niioiitf In Marie Peck And Lawrence Kitchin Are Married Today Miss Marie Peck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Peck, 620 First street, Menasha, became the bride of Laurance Kitchin, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R.

Kitchin, 149 Third street, Neenah, in a nuptial mass conducted by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John in St. Mary church at 9 o'clock this morning.

Miss Catherine Miller was bridesmaid and Miss Anna Kaiser, cousin of the bride, serv ed as maid of honor. The groom's 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 A 1 I anenaant was nis Drome avuuiu Kitchin. Miss Peck wore white taffeta with an all-illusion veil and tiara of organge blossoms. Her bouquet was a semi-oval cascade of Jo- hana Hill roses, feverfew, eupator- ian and white snapdragons. Her bridesmaid wore cherry moire taffeta and her maid of honor was attired in aqua moire taffeta.

They carried bouquets of better times roses, white snapdragons and feverfew, and Tailsman roses, and bronze snapdragons respectively, and each wore a headband of fresh flowers to match their bouquets. Garden flowers formed decorations in the church and at the Peck residence. A reception was held from 2 to 5 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, where dinner was served to 35 guests including immediate relatives and friends of the Guests from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lang, Mr.

and Mrs. Matt Lang, of Gillett Mr. and Mrs. John Pack and Mr. and Mrs.

Arnold Lang and daughter Barbara, of Milwaukee; Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Giffin, Apple-ton; Mr.

and Mrs. Matt Kaiser, Miss Anna Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. George Lang and daughter Rose-marie, Fond du Lac; the Misses Engelbert, Stevens Point; Mr. and Mrs.

R. E. Murphy and family, LaCrosse; and Mrs. Burch Thomas, Columbus, Ohio. After a wedding trip, Mr.

and Mrs. Kitchin will reside at 107 W. Forest avenue, where they will be at home after Oct. 1. Mr.

Kftchin is employed as draftsman by the city of Neenah. Two Speakers Will Address P-T Group Mrs. Laura Ulery, public school curriculum supervisor, and Viggo Sorensen, assistant police chief, will be the speakers at the first meeting of the season of the Roosevelt Parent-Teacher association-at -8 o'clock Monday evening in the Roosevelt school gymna sium. The program will be car ried out as an introduction and welcome to the new teachers. Mrs.

Ulery will speak on "Guiding the Growth of the Child Through Parent Teacher Co-operation." Her talk will include a review of correlated work in the grade schools of the city. Mr. Sorensen will discuss "Bicycle Traffic," stressing the safety angle, in a five minute talk. A social hour will follow the program with sixth grade mothers acting as hostesses. Mrs.

Maurice Vanderheyden is chairman. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.

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