GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1950

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1 For Complee Covege Firs R.ead The Review Grosse PoineJs Newspaper for More Than 23 Yean -voe26-no CRCULATON PAD MONTHLY GROSSE PONTE MCHGAN THURSDAY JUNE GROSSE PONTE 30 MCHGAN - VA * Exneced * * * for * Kiwanis * * Fireworks * * Local Communiies '.:' ' _ Ordered o BaSS. Doughery Eleced ST. PAUL LUTHERAN DEDCATON SUNDAY 4h!ffers of War-Time Aler Board of Educaion Varey of n he hgh of he wical inernaional picure deve}op- A ing 'l he Korea-Formosa area and aendan unceramy d T f del Vlies lover he evenual aude of Russa Governor. Menne!1 Wllhams yeserday moved swifly o se up Offices of el- es en ues ay ' Plans are underway o give vilian Defense hroughou he Pr sae. resdens of Crosse Pome a 1 Heads of Grosse Pome mumclpal1ies were sen U;le- n a unammous decislon by his colleagues Frankhn D. special colorful holiday pro- grams requesmg hem o mmediaely appom a local C:1Vllian Doughery ws elevaed from secreary o presden m he gram on Tuesday July 4. Defense Direcor who shall be responsble for dlrecghe School Board s annual elechon of officers Tuesdav. H h hf h d d defense achvihes m he commumy and also ac as lason He succeeds Sgurd R. Wendm who was a successful ; g g mg e n.epeh - offlcer Wih he sae Offce of Cvlhan Defense. :andldae Wih DOhughlerdYfor slecond hree- y ear erms on j rse mlo:anil: l.th Governor's immediae J 12.he Board m he sc 00 S rlc e ec lon une. Annual Feld Da Fesival a DECEASED plan S o have such d1recors!vlrs Allce Moody Sheaffer was eleced reasurer and he M S h 1 YV d 1 mee m Lansmg nex Thurs- Sh 1 T J h f ason C 00 enuer an new secreary S f ey 0 nson ormer reasurer. Mack. More han are day Wih he Sae and e- glona1 drecors of he Office are Ber Wckmg and Sgurd R. Wendm. expec 0 an. d [' of CVlan Defense as siro. Oher members of he Board who wlll '6erve as rusees ed e d' <s> The program Wll ge un er-. d. W d 11(1'Doughery S a prac- way a 3 pm. Wih he ball 111arlY organzed unng or llcmg aorney m Der?l. He C L games and field eens for ile War n. S a graduae of DerO Col- ODn y ays youngsers. Ch11dren Will be Mhary auhoriies are lege of Law and Hillsdale K h. given an opporumy o par- fearful ha acvihes m KQ.o College HS home is a 1851 ere eva m lclpae n numerous coness and rea or Formosa may be a RUSSian Counnr Club Drlve. cash prizes will be awarded fen mean o draw concenra- M Johnson of 314 Tou- Porn-e's Lap Refreshmen. sands are bemg ' hon of aenon or forces o h j r. ed on he 1 ereced a vanous poms on he area while a full scale aack is lame has serv field and hey Wll be operaed launched elsewhere Governor Board smce July The mainenance of Kerch- by boys from Sea Scou Ship 690 Wllams' mo'lle herefore may Eleced o he Board m eval Avenue was offically who are sponsored by Grosse be nerpreed as acion advlsed June 1941 Mrs Sheaffer served dumped mo he hands of Pome Kiwams. \ by op governmen clrcles in a secreary n Grosse Poine Park and he Shorly afer dark a spec- order o place Mlchlgan and oher < The nex re&u lar meemg of Cy of Grosse Poine by ac- Above S he archiec's concepon of landscaped. Three dedcaion services will aculal' dsplay of fireworks has ' sraegic. saes on a full scale he Board of Educahon wlll be f h W e Couny he new S. Paul Evangelical Luheran be held Sunday. See sory below. Oher been promised b.y Chle Gunner aler bass. July 12 On 0 e ayn Arnold DieSng who engmeered i..'-_ Durmg World War George. Road CommlsslOn. Church a Chalfone and Lohrop as pcures on page B he firs program here n JULUS NAGEL Elworhy Direcor of he Nelgh- A leer received by Park wll appear when compleely iuushed and DieSng 15 he FlFS Vlce-PreS!- borhood Club was Drecor of he Manager Even B Lane who i --- den of Kiwarus. p. nee' r Porn. e Offce of CV1lan Defense for had asked he Road CommS- N Ch M V E. No adm15sion charge Wll be 10 he Grosse Pome area wih dep- P ONTE ARAGRAPHS ---ab'y ThePoiner--- The park m Grosse Pome Woods had he buses day n s enire hisory las Sunday. A crowd of 3390 persons played. swam 8!\d r cavored... he bakmg sun as emperaures hovered n he high eighes.... A felme from Grosse Pome sands a good chance of bemg self'ced as he ca of he yearl A cream Persian male Wih he lle of Eden's Cafe au Lal of Lee's Hgh Ha owned by Mrs Waler Meyer Beaconsfield was placed m he running a he fourh annual AMldwesern Show. SelecOnof he ca arisocra S deermmed by he resuls of more han 100 ca shows held hroughou he Umed Saes and Canada.-.. Chief Arhur E Louwers of he Grosse Pome Park Po1ce lef hs week o aend a Con- -enlon for Polce Chefs a Harbor Springs. Xew buildmg in Grosse POine Shores during he pas h\ 0 monhs has exceeded he fig.lres for he whole of Las vear new consrucon 11?' esmaed a $212000compo-ed Wh $ for.rd June of 1950 May Pedesnans are sighmg nos glrally when hey see he G l)e POine Roan' Club's 1..\p connbuon o'he local ghays The Welcome Wa- ;:nr ' as S dubbed bv Ro-.n< a lql5 Model T <Coninued on pqe 3) lor our ('.arner boy? He'll he collecldlr for Jane de. 'l\f'ry or The G Pome ReHew bq'lnninc oday..rh 15 cens o Mee hm a h.- dool' He's a bus bov ' plea!le don' make blm (Om.- Wce. Ask ror a Signed fl'(;erp. June lp. ar Prined M bla i.o-. -. Ty Tyson veeran sporscaser has an avocaon as de guard. Ty frequenly spends hls spare hours wachmg hs grandduld Kahy go hrough her aquaic paces a he waerfron park. \ lur phlln.- and rail lhl' T( nl:\lon m:\na«.-r \ A '2 i o repor an rrl'(ular lrhvrf\ <; ( \ ) ;: P \ r f ll)\ (1'11 SlOn o reconsider when firs ew ar er ornmg espers venmg made. Proceeds from he even Busm.ess Man ules m he fve Grosse Pomes word of heir nenion was will go o he Underpnvileged apermg down <l area and block known saed'ha on June 1 C. S -ces Mark Dedieal.on Cluldren's Fund of he Club. wardens and offlcials. ' pre- Kerchval had been abandoned omnnsslon ervl Awards Wll mclude a refrig- Burl-ed Tues. sumed ha a Smilar se-up will and dsconmued as a Couny S. Paul Ev. Luheran Congre- DSric of he Ameru:an Luheran eraor elecnc range and a ele- evenually be followed a his road and JUrlsdlcllon revers o d galon will dedicae is new Church. VlSlon se. bme. - he Cly and Park. s OrgOln church Chalfone and Lohrop A and service Vespers- wih The program is under_he d- Funeral se;vices were keld 1 MeAnwhle upon receip_o he..-_l-\' Lane sald We hl.ve no r... Grosse Pome J'arms.- in a O:Recraf ;m.>; h rd...r.. (.- o Paul Deeley; 1Dw- ifj.e-rae resldence 402 S.1 Governor's elegram. Presiden. dress ill he ma.ef' sm':e we ceremonies nex Sunday. 3'30 wih he Reverend Harold L' pre'lden and Don Goodrow! Clar a 130 and from Grosse Homer C Frch appomed Park i- have been served noice m com- ofn ne el::e m: The 5e'Vlce of DedCaon will Yochum D. D. Presden of CaPl- {eneral chamnan P\)me Memonal Church a 2 Manager Everi B. Lane for us ; plance Wh he Sae Ac No. be conduced a The speak- al Umversly Columbus Ohio GROSSE PONTE PARK p.m. Tuesday for Ju4us Nagel area...! l ' 283 of he Publ1c Acs Sae o :fy ::::;; er for he occasion will be he preacbmg The organ recial will A he Park's Waerfron Park veeran Grosse Pome business The Shores 15 followng he! M.1clugan for hel' firs orgaruzalonal Reverend Norman A.. Mener be played' by Mss Rogene Harje Dave BeauvaS recreaonal man who passed away suddenly Cy of Grosse pone aclon F! - n 1935 Wayne Couny im- D. D. presiden of he Mlchigan B A. n music organs and par_ recor proldlses an lneres' las Saurday..avmg Ciy Clerlk l horbeg r 1-' 'l h A d meemg..' 1 b' f h 4-h eff lne up ae resse J he Ciy and Park m urn Chef order of business was he buffe luncheon w'jl be served in BeSdes he spacous faciliies M :a ecme G;osse Pom Pomes under Elwo y as di. < ; pledged gasolme and license ax selecion of five meeng daes for Roary Club he fellowship hall from 5 00 un- for picnckers and bahers Beau- r. ge of he cenury and recor. l.. proved Kerc eva venue an. 15h worker S. Paul Church A ce e ra..on 0 e. A f r.e psj.g Germany rh. f receps for seven years o cover he monh of July '30 A b f Luh (Coninued on Page 3) nep.r e urn P Neher Mayor Connolly of he n' - '\ w p.m. num er 0 - esablshed he Grosse o 1e Farms nor Presiden Ghesquiere if!. he col of unprovemena by he Offcers of he ComnusslOn nsalls eran clergymen Wll parlcp.ae Park Tables Hardware oldes bus mess es-of h: Woods could be reached r r. : j Couny... eleced a he meeng were Har- m he processonal a his se'vlce ahl1shmen ld Grosse POne a by phone and Clerks Harry A. r Smce hs ime he Couny old O. Love Chamnan and Rus- Off The evening servce wluch is 281 Rivard ld he buildmg now Furon and Phll1p F Allard re- j l' l' conmued o repair clean and sell M. Harkness Secreary. 51 ieers scheduled for 730 wlll feaure as Off-Sree Plan enrely OCCUPiedby he Grose speclvely said ha hey dld no.' mamam Kercheval even afer The ComnusslOn was eleced speaker he Reverend Emmanuel Poma Bank. The sore was laer know whher or no hel' chiefs } 'J' h he.ax remuneraion pledge had Monday June 19 a a Special nsallaon servces of Poppen D. D presiden of he V d moved o s presen localo?- on had received a wre from he. <' d expred elecon which saw he Woods offcers occupied he program of Amencan Luheran Church. Dr. of lerhey en Eas Jefferson Mr. Nagels n- Governor n he maer. ';. J n he language of he Coun- abandon he Townshp for Cy he Monday noon meeing of he Po n will speak on he heme ldlable manner and unusual y Ciy Clerk Norb Nefaedgh'governmen by a voe of 863 o Grosse Pome Roary Club Mon- Glg Wih God's nheri: Grosse Pome Park's Council socks drew heavy favor Wh Deah Takes.i;' Kercheval S no a rou 361. day a he )Jemorlal Cener. ance SpeCal nvlalons have resdens of Grosse Pome by l\ sree and S used as a local ave- n addllon o he wo members been exended o all hose con- Chamber was filled o capaciy whom he was hghly respeced. 1 d < Due of raffic eleced as officers he followng Direcors induced mo office Monday mgh for a spmed pub- \- d.h' The Cou claimed ha are members of he Grosse Pome were Murray SnJ.h Forres finned n S Paul o aend his bc hearing on he peion of He relred from busness m Brewery Chief 1 r 1 Kercheval 6erv no purpoe n Woods Charer Comm1&SlOnwhich Geary and Larry Hezel. servlce. A class of new members Charles Verheyde. nc. funeral urmng us sore over o... : 1 heir s sem he.ald smce Wll draf he Charer for he Earl N Holzbaugh was nsalled Will be recelved durmg his serv- direcors for vacalon of an hs son DaVid R. Nagel upon Gar! Melchers Sroh 58 presi- } hey hae no' jurs(!lclonwes of Ciy of Grosse Pome Woods: as presiden succeeding relnng ce A SOCal.hour Wl lgh re. 'alley a he rear of he propery he laer's reurn from dsln- den of he Sroh Brewery Co. ': \. : Grsse POine or eas of Fsher George A.. Beauchamp Arnold presden Wlliam B. Hurley. fresh':lens wlll follow n he Fel- and he conversion of he hree gulshed servce Wih he Armed died Monday m Jennings Haspl-!' \ ' Road.'1 L. Dlesmg Geoge M. Burgess Oher offcers mduced no offce lqwshlp Hall.. adjacen resdenial los o bus- Forres. al afer a long illness. He llved We feel ha alhough he Wald H. McKnigh Herber N. were: Oher dedcaory evens mclude ness parkng dlsnc. Mr. Nagel was an acive mem- a 834 Edgemon Park Grosse jurisdicion may be divided Savage Alber Beever and A- a congregaional dmner on Thurs- Afer nearly wo hours o ds- ber of he Grose Pome Lions Pome Kercheval S an imporan ar- L E Earnes C Graham. 1s Vlce- day July 6; Confirmaon and eusslon on he maer Park C'lb Grosse Pome MemOral A felong DerO residen Mr..1- enal highway ha llnks many ber. yre. presiden; Cyril Paye 2nd Vlce- Bapisms on Sunday July 9 a Presiden Homer C. Frisch sa- Church and he KWlnnlng Sroh aended he DerOi Uni. :- \ of he Wayne or Macomb Couny Beaconsfl.eld presden and Wllham Johnson and a special conce; by ed ha he meeng had accom- Lodge o he Masomc Order. versly School and he Universiy residens Wh he Ciy of De- secreary. he Semor ChOlr a clock! plshed is end in ha all paries He was preceded 10 deah of Michgan. 1 ' 1; rol'' Neff clalmec1. Dr. R K O'Nel wls nsalled on hs dae. concerned were heard and ha several years ago by hs Wife. He was a member of he De-! Neff saed ha oe maloe- P k. OK'd as club secreary for hs elevenh For he pas five and one-half he CommiSSion \\ ould ake he Emma Nagel He S survived by rol Ahleic Club. he Counry :. >l : nance of Kercheval would cos ar mg consecuive erm of office. years S Paul congregaion has maer under advsemen for his $On DaVid R; his daugher Club he Deroi Club he Grosse 1. appwxlmaely $6.000 n he Cy Fman Henk firs presiden of been worshlppm n he JackljOn final decson a a laer dae Mrs Lou!e Weir' a grandon Pome Club he Grosse POlDe r{ : alone Ths would nclude ser- A pelllon from 100 resldells Grosse PC'me Roarv conduced School. Marlborough and Wav- No less han half a dozen Davl{ R. Nagel Jr a sser :'ors Hun Club and he Old Club.. ces formerly perforn ed by he requeslng ha parkng beween he msallaon on he anmver- eney Pnor o ha for 74 years peions were submied o he Mmna Wmkler. 8i9 Rivard and Survlvmg are hs Wfe. Suzanne f' Couny such as ree nmmmg. Kerche\ al and ack on he wes sary of Grosse Pome s foundmg he church WaS locaed a Jos Park CommiSSion as e'ldence of anoher Slier Mrs Fneda ThelSS S hree sons Garl Melchera cleanmg sweepmg. snow re- Sde of Beaconsfield be ehmmaed hs bemg he begmnmg of he Campau and Jay. propery owners' senimens in of Germany. Sroh. Jr Peer and Enc; wo mo' al salmg and care of from 7 a m o 5 pm daly was foureenh year for he local club. The new church of modified he maer. Verheyden's aorn ssers. Mrs C. F. Blue and Marse\\ er denied by he Grosse Pome Park GohC design offers aracve submjed peiions of consen lo:. n k B n guene and a broher John n he Park he co- would be CounCl a her meemg Mon- and modern faclhles for chns- from all bu one residen or 1-:1 10 Y aseme Services were held Wednesday proporionaely larger day nigh m he unclpal bulld- Drl.ver D-eS ban worship educaion and fel- propery ownef' n hs block and P. H d a h16 home..h a privae m.. Kercheval Avenue f'om F1.her mg lowshlp Pa'rkmg faclilles are from more han 50 per cen of 0 ce azar neral n Elm\\ ood cemeery. Road o Provencal!'s as Whin he nex feweeks po- provided on he properv Fuure he propery owners on adjacen Pohce from Grose Pome ---- _ been mainained and r.'pal y lce Will enforce a new regula- n Acc.denl plans call for he erec'lon of a srees Woods donned gas mask Friday Doel G B Grose Pome Fanns lon n hl area prohlblmg park- par sh house adjonng he Aorney rge F. Mehlmg afernoon o ener a smoke.filled or e same 109 from 2 o 5 am <;() ha he Alex Mazey '63. uncle o( Emil church. rep!'e'enmg he ScriPPS Grosse ba.emen m an aparmen bulld- 'W- (J' R r Parked Car Ges Banged Deparmen of Pubhc Works Will Maze' secreary.reasurer of he The new church Wh is furn!- PolOe Park SubdVSion propery mg a 89i Verner. 11 rol epo DaVid Hogarh of 1984 Lan- have an opporuniy o clean he UAW-CO was k.lled Tuesday ure and r- propery represens 1 owner ass<::clalon.saed ha <;moke poure'd ou of a!oo<!'- n ransferrng a news iem caser repored o Gr se POine sree. mgh whpn he wa hro\\ n from an expendiure of more han hls grp as oppoed o Ver- fln!! pipe' police re'pored m he (rom h' pollce bloer o he Woods Polce ha a h run dnv- A police mve.gallon dl<c1oed his panf'1 ruck m a co\\l<1on a ' The bulld!'r wa<; he 1 heyden s pehljom from he bb h '-A ne\\<pap('r pah la< week Dr d k f d f h d mcmera or a ru as mg.' - '. er had mahed he lef' rear ff'n. ha a equale pdr ng acl lies Devonhlre and E Vernor Arhur 0 M<ch Co. and he' - an pam 0 c ang:ng re1 en la burned. bur sand'r of :l LancasdE'r of hl car \hlle a parked \\pre avalable' (or car owners o LaHence archl'c ME'rr. ;md Cole prope'ry o bll<lnes propeny and ' \\a undllh ('edied V\'ll n fron of his house \{edneday pu heir vehlde n driveways Maze) according o 1 oecallf' mu:h e.abl.'l a Polce \\ere' ummoned d! 14 (au-1n1: a nuom0bile ace den. or arage overnl/(h. Park) &omou' a pas. The Llu-gl a ;dl Dec!Jcalon precedn' hie COllr!affec he pm bv \'r Gl0rla Raque Thorn T d A ' f eenmjo:.... h k n d sop S 11 b h P or he ' :1(' pnger '<:or \\ a< n) a au n e ruc ra. E'rVCP\\' e P a (Conllnaed on 'ae :n 10\\ ner nf he aparmen'! r ' h n a hp mere('lon before Re\'erpnrl Charle W Sandrock ' cnn rary n e arl('< n e pa- 32 Ar B S D crahmg mn an auo dr e bv The cholr \\ hl('h :11 ml1:a all per ' rf''1 11< car and a noorea oy eou s epar \1'nn Paschke :12 nl eT\'lce are' dltl'dc<l h' )ofr C J Belanger T-roseeues Hoodlum cycle c(lded on ack Avenue. for Valley Forge Jam horee aze:y :l\'e:d a Packard Alfred E Se'lf'r \\'a< he chalr-: A T ff- v- BEHND PAGE 1. man of he BUlldmg Commlee eeos ers ra e 10 a ors Parens and fnf'nd ganered Scou!: Voll C'ome from o.he.i1k W ' around non' Tuesdav a Defer lands 1' agojl B T kh T\\nh()odlumfromheClnder. $1500 \\h one surev and he T'h. 1/' l' School.. \\ach he 32 B('\ Amenca ne\\!'< '('n 'll he : eer rue as ella gang...ho paricipaed \- a case 'as bound nver c.cu.1. J s 'r eell S Scoug from hs area!'par for nn lround made h <onc bv he C R ' brawl n a!ncal avern la< F Cour for <enenclnl R.!hl' Nalnna! 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2 ) ]lrl 9Jw1J.U. (poinb.. z-n.. eoll. PDlnla Rovlcw-Thul1day!uno Leers o he Edior Troop 546 Awards Secod.Class Badges in Scou Cour of Honor L B OCHAM PUBLSHm PAU J BLACKBURN MANACNG EDTOR To1 ln.. News Clnd WOMClr'l1.Edllor Paul J lackbun Adverillng Manager YOU_ Circulaion Mgr Doie YOun' Advarillng OFFCES AT KERCHEVAL ULTWEEN MARYLAND ANO 'FPQiNT-E - - VAly EVERY THUhSOAY BY TH!: QROSE PUBLSHED PONTE PRNTNG CO pl!f ODDR.ders Evef7 Thunday.... Sublerlplon Rll Clnll: eopy ay Mill n00 De Yllir TRBUTE TO A RESPECTED CTZEN :u\nes bo:jdc The communl;)- paid ribue o one of is pionl!!r business men his \\ cck as final riles were-held for Julius Nagel dean of Grosse. Poin!! merchans Allhough h urned he reils oc his rd f:nf: eco l\5erd loll no ineres in he alfain of he con munl: and \\ as an exremel) acl\ e hmnbr of he Grosse Poin!! Lions Club For 150m!!Wl!n.one \ ears Mr Nagd Goodfellows paper! a he GrOSSl! old Poine!lldk earner on he Annual Lions Goodfellow Day Sale praclcrly n he h.do\\ of whl!r! he founded his sorl!.horly afer he urn 'ff he cenur) in lb' :;uld rrr \eu le. :d And Lume forh \'olh desr('d h!ms and h('lpful ad\lce in!\('lr Ul>(' H1ldwarc mcll rcgarded his sor!;! ns one of a kind n he counry for he variey of is wares Rnd he unusunl manner of heir pr('sena.. lon Rnd ncrchandising All such hings e\ cnually pass and lomelmc8 bdore hclr nuhorll for Mr Nagclll son hu modclliz.ed (l.ud promulgaed \C\\ mehods of merchandalng And now' Mr Nngd is!lone and wih him par of he earlv radiion of Grosse Poine mcll:hanhr The commul\l? has d fld\\ice naa:n::dy re.. NEW MEMORAL PLAQUES? Seareely has he c.aaun cooled on he ;eh&::r:hmr: en who served and died n World War n..hen he crws n Korea aros his wcek 11 ronical ha '6ehH!Cn he celebraion of Memorial Day and ndependence DaY he cause of World peace is once more olerllg' and Amencan men and American maerial are once again in armed conmc. Perhaps he forhrigh acion of Prell- dcn Truman ma) call he Russan Bear blufc-1l no bluff means war This is a a ime when naions mus eiher fish or cu bai Whle i ill oo lae \\c only regre ha a sand Wal no aken more han arce years ago in easern Germany nnd Berlin Joe cerainly made us look llke cbumps n :::pf Will never be neces.. sary o agam cas plaques for more American men and women. GREAT STATESMAN SETS PATTERN Ex oulad direcor of every Fourh of July pagean and parade is hl! grea laeman John Adams Adams no only WA.! one of he chief inwga.on; and.igners of he Declaraion of ndndence bu he was a verv accurae prophe of how he signing dae would observ!d by fuure generaions h! 'Ths farnou' pario \las so deeply ac feeled bv he signlhcance of he even of July ha he wroe an enhuslasc and propheic leer abou i o hs wue on :a: ale1levcbd Adams ha (July 4) wlll be celebraed by succeed fng generaons as he grea anniversary fesval ough o be commemoraed as he db} of delverance by solemn acs of devoon o God Almghy ough o be solemnized wh pomp and parade wlh shows games spors guns bl!us bonfires and ilumlfruons from one end of hls coninen o he oher. from hs ume for ward Cor evermore paern for Hs cl.'ll.'brahon has held rue from ha day hs Bu en odn o e\ ndl.'pendepcl; Qay.has no ye been se; asde as a naional hollda\ by ac of Con gress 1HATDOU16CllT s Tll f.\nowutnqcnr Qf THES NEl 0. 'fm O'LAUTON 0' NOPlHDlHC: W4O W.OTC T TH4T WAY SO.\;.j kinoalam.lll:ou.l.d WO T WTHOUT'leTA'Lr fj 114 \'Al.l.AT. 'nll VALDTY 0. 'ni 'rn' ' TlAT OU lculuton 011 WH CH CKl.WAY CJ U'C WA oo/(od MUT Wn! A WN. CHAlJ.2AAl1'M TOJALTAAN5'-'. N 'nil rut 011' T.N'U LT Uf 111'011 U'DllCAT ajlulvu ''D T'll CAU. 011' ALL 'ml WCHU.C 1' MC....0 Nl'NOiS...OLlCl JOjl lnox:lc U.TOOPO.Tl(lN.' WO\D 10 aolcl A'l1 CLNl. THAT... N 'ne LNOiT 0' OC'TATCl CAN AiO 'THM WTHOUT ''C1'Al:Lf:S *NDUSTRAL BUSNESS COMllERC L * RESDENTAL PROPERTES TU E. WARRL AYE. -WTH- THE VORNADO TURNABOUT WNDOW VENTLATOR FAN....UZ.OM MOTHS SAr: FROM PlRE s...e n Gro88e Poine SAJ'Z no)! THEPT SAFE FROM HEAT l:leollej's TU.d. $.4800 W.. um abou 'alr play 14 lhmm n.w auomaic WO heall wull 01' 10U. Rofl bl hllroug pur 1.g 'l 'Rd (UR nlllhr.l.l OlllyRllll.dlll.d.nr!.llll. Nllnn.ll OW un 110m \'lru\tm u 1fo. Ullll1.lollflllUllul...y'..Ryl.f'h.u.lo... u'.'y.. ''. null.llnll lnltall.atll1n H. BUCKERDGE & SON &Dl KYRCHr\ A V UD SENSATONAL PERFORMANCE Makl.' \\ lv NOW nr he new a1.\lime champon e wmdo\\ fan field_he 6('nsa!onal VORNADO R\ Tl ABOUT FAN Thl!l h\o \\n fan hr pulls all (' nl suffy sl1gnnn da}l1me air ou of he room-n 1 lh' hnulic-h('n (urn nholl l a ouch of he.1 ha :lslrlc aler wa\e of cclol rcfrcshll'lg nl nn WAT A HOT EATHER BLESSNG USE VORNADO TURNABOUT FAN EVERYWHERE :!Ol\E OFFCE World's Fille! WilldolV Fall STORE $2995 SCK ROOl\1 SHOW ROOl\1 PROTECT YOUR HEALTR. lve Fresh Air n E\'er Rnn m MASTER HEATER & COOLER E War Nwp.rl VA

3 u. of D. High Graduaes Six Poine Boys A he seveny-firs annual commencemen exercjses of he UniverSy of DerO Hgh School he Very Rev. Gllbel F. Sem S. J school presden conferred Work Pro2:resses dplomas on SX Grosse Pome LJ sudens. on Shell Saion They are Walel V Bernard Consrucion on he new Shell Jr 1363 Devonshre; Michael K. saon a Mack and Allard S well Faber. ]037 Kensmgon; John P. under way accordmg o owner GaVin 900 Sunnmgdale; Charles J W. Schwem. Mr. Schwem lives J. Gardella 1352 Balfour; DaVid 13 H d J. Schuler B1 Beaupre and a 38 ampon R m Grose Thomas M Sullivan 134B A d _ Pome Woods Wih hs Wfe and bon u u hree chldren. The new saion Wh all modern equpmen Wll MChael R Sulll\an of 1348 speclahze m brake servce The Audubon has been awarded he same servce S guaraneed by gold key a freshman honor a Mr. Schwem ha he has gven he school. a his presen saon a Warren A op disincon wen o Waland Phlip where he has been er V. Bernard Jr of 1363 Devfor he pas nmeeen years. Wach onslure who was awarded he hs paper for he opemng an- gold honor key and he gold D nouncemen. pm for four years of all A's. Teen - colummss!l-r.nln Sn'1 and Joyce Clemens Wll ro De SCflbmg for he Re- \ l ' smce he climax of her gh school days a gradua-. m \afllyn and Joyce are 0 plannmg o enroll a he 1 \ CSly of Mchgan nex nf.d{lted recovered from he spll he ook when hs boa capsized JD he races a Gull Lake a year ago and hs boa has been compleely rebwl. He now awais only he arrival of a new engne which \\ requre abou wo days for insallaon A won he 'a Waslungon D 1946 was second n he Gold Cup race n 1947 run \1(1 ehan 50 alarmed resl- n New York and won he Gold n phoned police Sunday Cup n he races a DerO n ornlng' abou one o'clock hen hey were awakened by The only mnovalon n he craf P\P ()< rlos and hunderous hs year is ha Al Wl11drive he n5«the source of he rack- craf smgle handed. He says he c' \\a a local debuane pary. S no gomg o be responsble for someone else's hfe 10 he keen n' 'Tony KOms Wll! compe!hon expeced n hs sum- > '1101e careful where he mer's big evens Las \ ear boh l 1 hi car from now on Al and hl 'dmg compamon Jo- T-ur'clav afernoon he pu hs c;eph Rvd7ky wen o he hor de m he rear of his home plal for several weeks a are- 1(2; BE'acon<field and when u of he Gull Lake crackup.! rlurned several hours la- - - l1ree-quarers of he con- Owner of Biing Dog ' d been Sphoned from j Ges Fined in Cour Wlham Ruel 485 Lkeshore. i ppople ben on sof <f'cunv lowner of he dog ha bi John: olng hemselves no an Pea('ock Jr Brmard. a<. and forgemg he ruf'(- l led n open ('our on JunE' 21 -.ues of he poneer. Willi be'fore J Burgess Book Jl Grosse 'l1ea<ure up o rompellon j Pome Farm Ju<;lce of l-jepeace' oof'(h dcaorship _ Dr Ruel W88 fined $10 and placed <''!r Buh aonuc $Clenls. on probaon mdefioleh i Gold Cup Lounge Opm :l P. Jrf. o % A. \1 '* * Dan('. Mu'lC L\ Bob Ha\\ kltls 'frio P \1 \0 1\1 A... * '* P-\RKNG dlhe {Vhiier BURNS DRVE AT THE RVER VA Boy MANAGER Belanger TrieslALUMN HEAD The G... Po;' Ro;.w-Thundoy. Jun Go o 'B' V' f' Mischievous Mike Coninues V n '. 19 arley 0 MonkeyBusinessinNewHome a ey Forge Cour Cases Grosse POine's mos pubhcl.led around o see Mike and o wach (ConlDued rom Page 1) (Coninued from Page 1) monkey pas a new home hl:i acrgbaics On one of hese wull Adnl Scoul Masels ('ng. domes li mad on June Tuesday m.o :-mg Mke was vlslls a small (lrl was blen on Rdymond Eddv Sn lol Parol 25 urned over o Md. Vn Ouellee he hand. The monkey was hen Leader dnd Rlhard Naragon Tldffl vlolaon. n COUl were lof 9105 Somerse by Moses Jo- locked UP. bu escdped long Quallel Mael 11 seph propreor of a filllol( sa- enough one afernoon o creae Saub flam GO;l POine who Wllhdm C Paon Jr 2161 Gdr- lon a Kerc heval and Lake- havoc on KerhE'val Ave;ue as pf fo! he JdmboJ ee al e Phil mdn Rocheser chal ged Wih pom( li aced ave sore ops and Bedh 211l Ken woo d Jack baklog up Whou Pi oper ob. n hi new envrons he SllCW- danilled from ree branches Adam 305 Umverly Dick ;elvalon cind ldnumg an dcc- aled dnlmal hd' mhened a Mr Ouellee he monkey's Mdh BBO Pemberon Sam 1 den fine $10. and Leah Clark numbel of playmale They on- new keeper personally exends Riggs 1657 Bloadon o Jdmes' SS of hree chldren a andry an inviaon o all Mike's Grosse Wyse 1424 Mal ldnd GeOlDe ' 2347B Kel'lel sop l e acuden wo hamsers an d a d P ome frlen d s o VS him m hll Tholen 1309 Somelse '.. Dan a $5 CharleVOx dnd Audubon fine The Board f fib f M k h d h 0 Direcors 0 e ole lee dn!:e owner new ome Ledch 1325 Balfour dnd Dave he Universy of MChgan he hdd caued!m former maser PS Wednesdciy morning Mke Kuhnel 1422 Maryldnd MOU Lynn 3946 L1Jbudge Alumni ASSOCiaion me re- pleny of gnef On Thul sd<i)' wandered away from his new Oher' Dick Craig 1024 WeiY- Wd fined $20 for dllvmg on he cenly n Ann Arbor and Mke wandered Oo he back- home and hmbed mo a ree So buln Ldny SWzer 7253 Sand- wrong Sde of he sree and caus- eleced a new presiden. He yard of 1167 BeaLOnsfield and well dd he enjoy hs new refuge d G 109 an accden a Jefferson and began o aun one-ear-old John ha men women and chldren ai el aid Fzgerald 311 Me- Edgemon. AU ed CZdrneck 1028!>Glenn M. Couler of 214 Henk. son of he Fenon Henks could no coax hm back o erra KlOley Grand MaraS DenmsKen McGmy Shor P ac kard M0or C omp any Marvland was i ned $ 25 foi l af- M ernwea h er. Jr ferma Wh offenngs of nus B oddsone Marshall Mczbun recenly announced he ap- fic vlolalon Alar med housewves m he bananas and all he asy reas J 900 S OxfOld D A de g pommen of W. J. Colher as A fine of $15 WdS mpoed on P k T h neghborhood phoned he pollce a monkey hkes o ea Afer sev- : 5259 Gaeshead ad navenmcr general manager of he com- Rdymond H Olsen 1100 New - ar a es dnd he officers old hs owner eral hours Y!Jke was finally per- B60 Pemberon' ' pany's Grosse POine reail pol fo' a leckless drlvmg ac(j- Off S P ha he monkey busmes would suaded o come home has been J E J ff den a Banmgon and Kore l'ee an hdve o op rumored ha Mke's nex public ames RChard l;)j3 Toney sore a as e erson. J h A A H 1- - DUling he las few weeks of appearance Wll be a he Kwanis Edwdrd McKel ndn MC' Collier who bves a 944 on. Vdon. dze K 1 B b B d' '774W h N h h b h ridge WdS fined $15 for causmg a f V d school child! en ame from bloks Field Day on he Fourh of July. -Phoo by Dee m ey a ou ledu as - oing am as een W' 0 e' lev en Mr. and Mrs. William H Kore mgon Lan y Scoville Jr 263 P k d '1936 reckle drlvmg acciden a Mack McMllian Robel He:nbel' 906 ac ar smce. and Audubon..1 \!l and M;' Wilham H. Kore one grea gl andchlld com lee' (Coninued from Page 1) blded her Golden Weddmg he fdmlly ell cle p Rivard Charle Sevenson 416 B M k Eba C RUedgSyger 155 Ba - resdenial characer of Grosse e S d J 25 M d Moran Waler Thill Ul'g ars a e four was foun no gul Y n an ' POine Park nil 1 '.11 Y un ay une ' r. an Mrs Kore are familiar Morass and Eu ene 'Hodd accden charge a Kercheval and. h a Hgh Mass a S Ambrose residens n Grosse PomE'. Pres- Algonq'um g Big Liquor Haul Beaconsfield Dr John G. Slevm presden lule'l i enly hey reside a 1312 Lake- of he Whllel-Audubon propery ; fdmlly bl eakfas followed he 1 pome Ms Kolle came o hs Compleing he Js are Tm Burglars escaped Wih 150 caes ACCden caes dsmssed n. owners assocaon speakmg for N d he Hawhorne House OmmuOly from Cheboygan WS- Sloan 9493 Mamslque Tom of hquor and a large quaniy of eluded drivers Delpha Mcurray he 75 members of hs group ne couple ale he proud par- conslo m B93 Mr Kore S a Dodds 2196 Chalmers Eugene clgares afer breaking mo Silre MaUlS Nomgham. Herb- opposed he peions because b of egh chldren. They al e nallve Glosse Pomer and S a 1 Marm 1269 Phlip. G era 1d Bros mal ke a 880 W. SX Mile el Bruce Wngh J 7416 Neff'lhey fel ha once he preceden C Kore C D. KOe Mrs. Spamh American War veeran Downey 1023 Wayburn FranCS Edwald Sflfe of 10B50 E. Ouer Ruh.Wlsely 1560 Hampon and of usmg residenial propery for T-chll hard Ms M. He) mes Among he 250 guess ho a- DobS 1539 Gray MarVin Cole Dnve old DerO pohce. Eugene Oakley 492 Aler. commerjal pulloses has been H. Gullickson Mrs. H Qum-! ended he eceplon for he cou.1 ;5 C;1J.d g e Don Krawczyk esablished would be djifcul n \r< E Qumlan and Mr S pe we e Mr. E Loersch Mr and K yland and Richard R b S L T o overlook oher peiions. He odner Mrs. 0 Loersch of Cheboygan Uz FalrpOi. a au ees ong- erm urged ha he resnclons be -\.oal of 27 grandchlldlen and Wlsconsm brohers of Mr Kore. The encampmen Wll be for- enforced 'al1is Fireworks Fesival D'aw Crowd of (Conmued from Page 1) ousde dancmg Wih musc furo hope> o have swlmmmg and Dshed by De Carlo and his mg demonsraions. orchesra \'dcahoners can alo enjoy Oher pnvae clubs are also o lev ball horse shoes and plannmg celebraions on he nm' hohday agenda Re'lden Cdn paricipae n To ddd o he mld-\ eek celeer f al onle spors o he ac- bralon he weaher man has mpannnen of musc from he promsed clear skies and sunud <peake' sysem. ' permissble he ennis cours be used for oudoor dancmg fl 1'1 he afernoon GROSSE PONTE CTY Ol1oab of he Cy of Grosse em!e Pome Grosse Pome ar Farms and Shores v.lll e he parks and beaches m adllle o accommodae he a\y hrongs. The Woods beach Wll be open r sllmnung and plcmckmg on e grounds. Las year resdens h area were unable o use elr swlmmmg facl1j.1esbecause l'le aleraions m progress Grose Pome Yach Club S osmg ha has he mos 0' hng even lined up for he shme. mally opened on June 30 Wh NS S. Bill an address by he Presiden of n ew OCla ecurl Y slaa 'e ; ::de ::n Umed Saes Harry S. Tru- Rep LOUS C Rabau (D as he mos effecive way o serve his communiy and en- Mlch) S urgmg ldunedlae pas. guard.agalns he hazards of de- hance is beauy and o provde ;age by he Senae of he bll pendency. hs off-sree parking for ha whch he House approved 10 he The people should rally o he purpose and as a safey measure. ourh smce he grand opemng years ago o hs dae. Memr ' see 3f 87-plece aerial sola) pu< a grand finale from mch she\ls o 18-mch shells Speedboa King o Race n he afernoon he Club Wll ea he os Wh pony rdes. a Wih Rebuil Miss Grea Lakes own and an organ gnnder Wh monkey. By WALTER x. BRENNAN All conrols have been relocaed The program also mclude Al Fallon of 986 Wescheser so he driver can handle everyiling from hs sea. Grosse POine's formdable conender for he naion's big speedboa honors his summer Wll Accommodaions Wll allow for Paragraphs a passenger bu hs sea Wll be have hs MSSGrea Lakes on he used only for akmg frends for (Conmued from Page ) waer n anoher wo weeks JD an a hundred mle an hour ride according o he owner. Fallon Old and was presened o aemp o rerieve some of he lub presden Earl Holzaugh a her noon meemg recen years. and Gage Corp for which he has rophies he has won and los m heads he Grea Lakes Broach a :'.fonday The Grosse Poiner is now fully named he boa. MSS Grea Lakes Wll be enered n he Gold CuP. Slver Cup Harms\Vorh PreSden's Cup NaOnal Sweepsakes and oher headline evens his year. H URRY-- PreSden s Cup a las sesson of Congress o amend suppor of hs bll Rabau con- Many oher residens saed he Socal Secuny Ac of 1935 eluded whch S desgned o her OplDlOns some prvae and ASde from he fac ha he speed he day when he majory ohers speaong unoffically for bill provdes for a long-needed of our aged people Will look o propery owners' groups. lberalizaion of benefis and ex- he nsurance program as an All were }ugh 10 hejr praise enson of coverage sad Ra- earned augmenaion of her 10- of he chardcer and beauy of bau S he firs sep owards comes o whch hey are eniled he Verheyden esabhshmen and he decison of a very Val ques- by righ and when he pub1j.c as- for he qule dlgnified manner lon whch Will face he Con- slsance program can be hmled m wluch he busmess S congress 10 he nex few years o supplemenmg msurance when ducled. necessary The quesion Rabau sad is. one of correcmg he maladlus- S. men whch has aken place m Oudoor Concers pnnng nc. he developmen of he Socal Secury program as i was ong. To Beg.n July 2 Celebraes mlly se up'.. The newes and brighes sar nadequacies D he old-age o appear on he summer circw 25h Bir.hd and urvlvors nsurance pro- of oudoor musc 10 DerOi S he. ay gram he said. have h led o bl 10- mos ulra modern band shell U1 Rolfe C S pmnmg. nc. Der 01' creasmg emp h asls on e pu C he Unied Saes. Ad erl Ag 1 b ed asssance aspec of he law. v slog ency ce e ra Kercheyol - TU W. McNichols - UN Birminpo - Midwes DELCOUS!! More chnice. flll..1ice'i. No bone. no 5kin. no 51rplu'i fa all mea. Oscar Mayer or Davies CANNEO{; HAMS Lbs. 79. Revoluionary ; new chassis gives YO.years-ahead elevision NOW!. WhCh as anicipaed a firs was Locaed on MUSC Grove on s 25h bjrhday Saurday June Capehar Polaron.... a2 o occupy a secondary role n he Belle sle Wll be he scene of 24. Esa1J.shed m 1925 by Rolfe developmen of SOCalSecuriy. he popular sw;nmer senes of C. Spmnmg deph deail aael COrad. S one of he oldes J band concers under he dmec- and one of lpe firs fully recog- The publlc asssance par of bon of Leonard. B Snuh begm- nize4 adverusllg agencies in Dehe program was born of hedene- Dng on July 2 and comuing roi and he nuddle wes. Capehar 5ymphonJc-oie Sjiem! cessly of meemg he mm lae needs of he aged he needy hrough he summer monhs. The ageny has handled a wide Hafdsorne mod... cabl.111 blind and dependn chl1dren These concers will be presened range of producs m praclcally who had had no chance o con- five mghs each week. every ype of marke from mall AMAZNGLY LOW PRCE ' nbue o he program. Then Under he auspices of he ciy oer o mdusnal _Wih curren as he program developed mo of Deroi and he Deparmen of billmg a.8 very saisfacory }ugh mauny he money whch he Parks and Recreaion he can- pom Spmmng nc. swl oarnes people hemselves had conrlbu- cers are ree o he publlc. a well balanced dlversrli:ed group ed was o assume he pnmary of accouns. The agency was one role in safeguardmg agalds he S A. of he firs occupans of he Macresuls of SOCalmsforune. Bu ena e ppoms ca BUlldmg. wh.ere hel' off!- CONYEllan: TERMS his plan of developmen has no Re B d ces sill are mamained. Many of worked ou because we have al- ev. 0 e o oar he agencies: p accouns lowed old-age and survvors 10- Rev. Walon E Cole of 977 have been Wlh Spmnmr for he surance o remam a such Pll- Vermer was recenly confirmed full quarer cenury. SEE T fully low levels. n oher words by he Senae 10 Lansmg as a Presen officers of he company because we have failed o gve member of he Sae Llbrary are Rolfe C. Spmmng Founder TODAY his 1935 model legslaon a Board. and Presiden Chas. F. Pmeau 'New Look' befiing economic Rev. -JWm'A Mr Cole has been associ- Firs Vice-Presiden F. M. Warcondiions m 1950 we have en- aed Wlh he Firs Congrega- de second Vlle..Presiden W. H. dangered no only he public as- lonal Church. Woodward and Spinning. Treasurer D. R. Nell. sisance aspec of he program - Forres for he pas five years. Secreary and B. L. Howell Traself bu also our sound sysem ffic Manager. of conribuory social msurance. He S no sure he would even Mr. Rolfe C. Spinning was hos Rabau wen on o say ha be meresed -Mrs. C. W wo-1 a he pnvae Slver AnniVersary MASTER HEATER & COOLER We mus reaffirm and reempha- seley Brooklyn re repor ha Parly held a Pine Lake Counry sze he prmclple of a connbu- her husband may be her o nsh Club fa rhe saff Saurday June E. Warren a Newpor VA ory sysem of SOCal msurance baronecy. 24. SATURDAY S -LAST DAY'! i j i

4 4 ' :.! ' \ 'J.\. ; i junior Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Wllson of Beaconsfield rd. announce he engagemen of heir granddaugher Audrey J. Greulich o Fred C. Whiaker son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whiaker) of Chaanooga Tennessee. Church Opens Daily Vacaion Bible School A Dal Vacaion Bible School Will again be conduced a Salem!demonal Luheran Church from Juy 5 o July 19. On July 20 n he evening he c!06mg exercses Will be held afer WhiCh he parens of he children Will gaher n he basemen of he church for an lee Cream Socal o be given by he Luher League. The projecs of he cildren Will alo be on display. nsall Concer Organ n Luheran Church On las Friday a new concer model Hammond Organ was m- salled on Salem Memorial Luheran Church. The formal ded1calo1\ of he organ will ake place eleague Mrs. Hansel Wilson s Pi Phi Delegae Mrs. Hansel Dwigh Wlson of Oxford Road S aendng he 37h bennial convenion of Pi Bea Phi sororiy a Jasper Park ge Jasper AlberL Mrs. Wl1son presiden of he Deroi area club is he official delegae a he convenhon wlucb lass hrough July 1. For... And Abou Smar Moderns Prepare f You Plan o Vacaion a Seashore f your ravel plall5 for hs summer carry you o sal waer --be Cruise or seashore coage -be sure o uck a small supply of deergen mo your suicase Mos hoels and ships have fresh waer bu he emergency arises when only sal waler is avllable. Cake soaps laher like rocb n aal waer bu Wih a supply of deergen which suds n any waer you are prepared for anyhmg. f you Will help run our governmen n he American way hen here Wll never be any danger of our governmen run. rung America in he wrong way. -Cell. Omar N. Bradley. Jane Elizabeh BaldWin he daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rollin BaldWin of Whller Rd has se her weddmg dae for July 22. The ceremony wiu ake place a 4 o'clock n Orolse Pom.e Memoral Church. Jane's fiance S William Nelson Brock Jr. of Toledo Ohio on of Mr. and Mrs. Wilham Nelson Brock of EvaUion The couple radualed from Norhwesern Unlersly. Aendmg he bnde as maldof-honor will be Caryl Waller of Chicago Jane'. roommae a Norhwesern. Bridesmads are Paricia Slbber Mary Jane Sheaffer and Sally Cnon. Mr. Brock wl!l be bes man for his son. Usherlflg a he ceremony w111 be Clff Krueger of Wilmee ll. John Webb Toledo. OhiO; Rchard Bushow Eas Lansmg. Wilham Reeves Nlcholas\'lle Ky. and Thomas Basse Grosse Poine will be he ushers Among he parles planned for he bride-elec S he klchen shower gven by Mary Jane Sheaffer and Sally Crion a he he Sheaffer home. Mrs. R W. Sibber and Mrs. Kenneh Beardsl.ee will meram for Jane a a crysal shower A panry shower u being given by Mrs. Rober Argue and her daugher Mrs. Cbarles Jordan. POfrail VA. 2-3'131 bll _pashia Kercheval EYES EXAMNED Complee Opical Service DR. A; M MAjEST!R DR L D. MAJESTER Opomeris. or Appoinmen 3181 LAKEWOOD Phone VA a Mack Fine Prining (l (l U v J ============ : Th. Gros.. Poine Review-Thundoy June WEARS ORGANDY GOWN Couple Leaves For Canadian SETS DAr BRDE-ELECT Bride Gowned Trip Afer Church Ries n Whie Lace A a Saurday afernoon cere- ada The new Mrs Silberberg mnny n he Faih Evangellcal wore a navy blue dreaa Wih f 0 r Nu p ia s Luheran Church Dorohea Clare Washhleeraccocre::goes and whle rolel Wallace. daugher 01 Mr and Mrs Wilham L. Wallace of Bea n a candlehih ceremony a h b d Lal-es...ore Presbvenan Church consfield Road became en e ) B ld ' of Wilham C Silberberg. son of a/e a wn on Salurday evening Eleanor Mrs Hiram Russell of Wesbury Jean Frank became he bnde of NY and Mr. Herber Silberberg Rober Laye HargS of Hampon Dorohea Clare Wallace daugher of of New York Ciy. Rev. Charles Ses Tu11J 22 Road. Mr. and Mrs. Wllham L. Wallace was mar- H. Lange officiaed. J j J lace Eleanor's and she gol'. earned n was a of bouque whie ned a a Saurday afernoon ceremony o Dorohea wore a gown of m- Wie d'j uljlo ' D ae of whe carnaons. The maid of Wills m C. S Jlb er be rg. F 011owmg h e re- pored pyele embrodery. organdy rimmed Her fingerwih ip 6 honor was he brlde's Siser Ann cepjon he couple lef for a rip hrough veil of lluson WlU caugh under Frank. She as dressed n yel- - low marquisee and carried blue Canada a cap of lace. She carried a coloncarnalclns. The bndesmaids lal bouque of wue roses and Bey Arno Frances Bewer and ' sephanois. Jo Anne HargiS sser of he The bride's siser Barbara Walbridegroom were dressed R blue lace was maid of honor She wore marquisee. Their flowers were a powder blue marquisee gown yellow carnaions and car r i e d yellow daisies Rober Cramer was bes man Bridesmaids were Pancia Kerr and guess were seaed by Ken- and Carol Russell siser of he neh Hechlnger Wilham Florac groom. Their gowns were of yeland Wilham McDonald. low marquisee and hey carred whie dasies. A he recepon following he Alfred Sllberberg served his ceremony Mrs. Frank receved broher as bes man. Ushers were zer 'p Sh ' h dd Rudolph Ranke of Buffalo Ed- her guess n a eal blue crepe Ml:r. C. T7 Wh black accessones 1'1' iar o os Au or A resses ward Miller of Chicago and The brldegroom's moher Mrs. George Young. HargiS wore an apnco crepe Enera'ns a Thea 5'gs a Yach Club Pary A cosume of sof rose crepe Wih black accessories and machmg ha were chosen Ou of own guess were Mrs. 'T' Q 1 by he brde's moher. Mrs. Rus- E Andre grandmoher of he.1. ea or %nu ''Tell hem you have he mos by Deepfreeze d1vsion of Moor sell he br1degroom's moher bridegroom from Enemo Call- J mereshng Job in he world Producs Corporaion o nroduce wore a periwinkle blue crepe forma and M. E J. Andre uncle Offcers of he Grosse POine chef budgeary exper pary heir new 1me of refrigeraors gown and machng ha. of he bridegroom from Sun. Colony Naional 80cley of New planner and culd psychologs:' ranges and home freezers. Afer a recepion held in he moun New York. England Women me a he Wo- Tha'll Mrs Sdney Corbe's ToaslJUSress Jeanne Marie church he couple lef for Can- Afer belr reurn from sland mens Ciy Club recenly o plan advlce o women emped o ell Jacques mroduced Jean Mc- Lake he couple Will reside m nex year's program. Mrs. Charles people hey are 'Jus housew1ves: Bride. women's elevison edior her new home on Downmg. B. Warner lmeramed wih a Mrs.Corbe and her husband are o WWJ-TV; Kay Savage food ea Mrs. Lloyd DeW Smih re- co-auhors of he newspaper col- and household edior of he De. iring and firs presiden was umn Po Shos from Gr068e le. rol Free Press; Mrs. Corbe presened Wih a gold service ba. She and hree oher prominen and Ruh Gorrell food and house. Officers who were eleced o DerOi women journallss ad- hold edor of he DerO Tmes serve Wih Mrs. Warner are: firs dressed he 41s annual conven- The 150 delegaes here from vice-presiden Mr. LeWS C. hon of Thea Sigma Phi June 24 all pars of he Umed Saes and Dunn; second vice-presiden Mrs. on Food As We Fmd. Hawaii for he convenion from Russel F. Tripp; chaplam Mrs. The luncheon meemg a Grosee June are ood edors ad- Louis Gascoigne; recordmg sec. Pome Yach club was sponsored verlsmg execuives newspaper reary Mrs. George S Guy; cor. edors and freelance wners. responding secreary Mrs. Alden Special guess of Thea Sigma Mahews Burnee; reasurer f Plu a he luncheon included Lau- Mrs. Alber C. Pasmi; regisrar Favor u rena Pringle sociey edor of he Mrs. Charles W. Holden; bisor- Deroi Free Press Myrle Labian Mrs Harold E. Phelps; flag bi. women's edior of CKLW cusodian Mrs. George H Sav- Here is noodle ring recipe and Eleanor Breimeyer of he age. worhy of a place n your acve NorhVllle Record. Kim Gal/illS Receives D f Ch. Direcol'll are Mrs. Lloyd De. recipe file. Plan o use he nex Menus a he luncheon were egree rom lcago Wi Snuh and Mrs. Frank G. bme you have dmner guess who replicas of he Deepfreeze refrlg- Horon. appreciae unusual. flavorsome h Kms R. Collms. of 757 Wes. \ dshes. eraor w ich opened o show boh on Sepember 17 he day he congregaion will celebrae he fifh anniversary of is founmg. cheser: was awarded a Bachelor's menu and program. Placecards Our naional mcome-he sum degree on June 21 a he Umver- NEW S NOODLE lung WlTB CHEESE were iny Deepfreeze home freezof everyone's wages and oher Sly of Chicago. He 1S a graduae 1 cups noodles era boh designed by M1ss mcome all added ogeher-has of Cranbrook School and recenuy Z err yolks Jacques. ripled in he pas en years. 's reurned from a VS m Yellco. % cup 01 milk The. grand ballroom of he club now abou $220 bll1jon a year Sudens numbermg 1039 were N ablespoon buer was decoraed Wh gum boucompared o only $72lh billion graduaed m wo 'ceremomes a S G H T i easpoon sal ques of delphilllum carnaions in And some expers say he universiy's wo-hundred for- easpoon paprika and wroe peomes Each of he we can boos o $300 bl1l1on be- y-second convocaion held m 111easpoon Dumeg (opional) speakers wore a corsage of rubfore long. Rockefeller Memorial Chapel Hs ea.spoons W 0 rcesenhlre rum Wles. How ofen should he eyes be Sauce exarnmed? able&pooll eanp Almos everyone would profi % cup JTllecl chee:e by a complee VSual analyss Z eer; whie once a year. A ceram ages eye- Cook noodl. d d ' 8 i g h m a k e S es rmse an ram m 0 r era p d z l Z %' hem. Bea egg yolks. ml1le buchallles han f' er sal papnka and numeg does a ohers hen combine hlll mixure Wih Be wee n he > he noodles. Add o his Worces- ershlre Sauce casup and ages of en c.: cheese Bea egg whies unil siff weny and be-. and fold hem mo he noodles ween fory G - Sixy he once a Buer a 9-mch ring mold or year rule should mdlvldual nng molds and fll be faihfully ob- hem Wih he noodle mixure. served. ' Se m pan of ho waer and bake Furhermore f hem n a moderae oven (350'F.) one's w 0 r k or Dr. Majeeer unil done abou 45 minues hobby 15 such ha perfec VSion nver conens of molds on ho S of Vlal unporance he should plaes and fll ceners Wih have no only bls eyesigh creamed llplllach peas mu.sh. checked once every year bu he rooms sewed omaoes ec. should also have hs eye-glasses nspeced ighened and ad)used We have 8 lo more ime for i frequenly as well. play han our fahers did Mos of us now work 8 hours a day 5 He ha gaheleh n summer days a week. Only 50 years ago : S a wise son. bu he ha sleep- facory \orkmen averaged 53 eh m harves S a son ha caus- hours a week. Tha's nearly 0 eh shame -Proverbs 9 16 hours a day 6 days a week Jane Ellzabelh Bald has se he dae of her w: Lng for July 22 a 4 o'c\ n Grosse POine Memollll. Her fiance S Wilham B.'e son roc k of Toledo 0\ Mlke M hosess him wih dis new '8nSTMSln Hospialiy Se! 11e lif of clermm.. >'1Cd home enleralnlng. G iii CmC:e-d 1a _ Four.rkbn/f --. Pfl' plaes of \'iull m:!lmll rddl d1be. Handlome n. a wailul_. laid wid! neb coldbqlc malaled leaber. Curis Mower nc. Elecrcal Appliances Auomoive Accessoms Harper Avenue. TV Open Thurs Frl Tll9pJl Opposie Vogue Thealr.. direc from SWzerland comes he sensaon makmg maerial of he year. Cool comforable fashionable Milan sraw. n Naural Sraw Pasel Muli $345 Mexi Muli ONLY... TWO STORF-S TO SERVE YOU MACK a 8 MilE ROAD E. EFFERSON corner COPLN 0 Thu Frl and Sa. Tl PM. Scrap ha risky nclrey Dlkamf ladder. 00 ou-cf-reac:h jo. on surdier. safer C08CO AU- Meal Sep Sool. Rubber.readed epl nnng ou o form surdy.!x leg edd-swmg n o mar romforable sca 24' hlch Suppors 1000 pounds-all & roundn Chronuum legs. upbob 1f rn yeuow. blue green or block Duran r;.! CUSCU - ' - H.j::... :;;: - - 'JJm. lff $1495 CURTS MOWER nc HARPER TU (Aer_ frmn Ve Tl Nl oleerheads envelopes 8aemens [nvoices 25 Years of Service o Grosse Poine.and he Eas Sde Grosse Poine Prining Kercheval VA

5 Th. Groll. Poil'l. l iew- Thursdoy JUM r ;!.1 <{ \.. ' (f ;. '1 k;' -'.' 1j. 'r :.- 1 he Dedicaion of f ';. ; i- :1 ;.l ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH Chalfone and Lohrop Road Grosse Poine Farms SUNDAY JULY :30 A.M. DEDCATON SPEAKER: REV. NORMAN A. MENTER D.o. Presiden Michigan Diaric: 3:30 P.M. DEDCATON SPEAKER: REV. HAROLD L. YOCHUM D.D. Presiden Capial Universiy Columlnu Ohio 7:30 P. M. REUNON SERVCE VESPERS SERVCE SPEAKER: REV. EMMANUEL POPPEN D.D Presiden American Luheran Church COfCep1on01 Compleed Churell bll Merri 4M COlli AreniUea Pasor REV. CHARLES W. SANDROCK PLEDGED ChOr Direcor' MR. C. J. WCKWRE TO SERVE S. Paul Luheran Church is pleased o announce o he communiy he opening of is new building. A cordial inviaion is exended o our neighbors o share wih us he joy of hese dedicaion evens. We would like you o inspec our new modern faciliies. We have ned o make hem boh aracive and funcional. Backed by a radiion of 79 years of Chrisian service in anoher locaion we pledge ourselves o coninued service o God and man hrough meaningful worship services an up-o-dae program of Chrisian educaion for young and old and special ineres groups for fellowship and Chrisian aciviy. Beginning nex Sunday regular Sunday School classes will be conduced a 9 a.m. and church services a 10:30 a.m. f you have no church horne we would like o serve your spir;ual needs and hose of your family in he name of our Lord Jesus Chris..1. Parish Worker and Organis MSS ROGENE HARTJE ARTHUR O. MSCH CO. General Conracors Deroi Cu Sone Company Cu Sone Deron Sained French Glass Works Sained Gla. Windows R. E. Harrison Roor Coering Co. Floor Cllfpeinl Acive Welding Company Seel Sain Robbie Robinson Company MlMkmc.ld Deem Elfiric Company Elecncal Toledo Plae & Window Glau Glass and Glazing Smiley Bros Music Co. Baldwin Organ J. Fred Seyer Company Roofin & Shee Meal Co. 1\ork.GreE'n Sudios alfe Curai1l nc. Horn fuel Com'ree Seel Fireproofing Co. S...1 Rein'cl1'C.e...m Bafl Mallonry & Supply Co. Maerials A. J. Manhall CO. Kichen Equipmen Frank C. Teal Company Ligh Fixures Arnold L Diesil1l Con<;rucion nsurance Wilkinson Floor (oering (0. Asphal Tile and Linoleum A. Rrucf & Son Ex('auinR N. W. Hamill Company Caulkn... Wuh.rori Russen Plasering Co. [hifl ajld Plum.. l' \ 1 : l... j 1 {h.. ( 11 1 ' '1 '

6 1 J ). Jr do ' l L l' -r' l'... 5 i F;l.:- :- ; {: L ; ' - H l' ' -j l l V ' \. f \' J f l. ;l J 5-Th. Grone Poine Review-Thunder June 29 Bicycle Safey VERSATLE ETHllSTC WNSOME Carohne Jane Nold of 1899 Lancaser is a veeran in he mov1e indusry. A he presen ime she 15 hard a work on a SiX par edu- FOR TROUBLE FREE DRVNG 'be Pl... s Richards ACTRESS PENSVE WSTFUL -earl Joyner Phoo caional slide flm o be used m he schools. Poine Juniors Are Packing Togs for Camp Cavell Vacaion TillS week 150 excied school (lrls are busily packing shors and shus sun an loion and edni.s rackes and counmg he days unil July -he openmg dae for he YWCA Camp Cavell on Lake Huron. Guls from Grosse Poine who will be on hand for he gala opening of Camp Cavell's 37h season are: MarlO Zambu 1131 Lochmoor Blvd.; :Maralyn Winer 600 Lakeland; DlSe Whiney 77 MUlkoka Road; Mary Wardle 836 Real Veerans Several 1)(-rol Area Scou leader'! a America's Naional Jamboree. Valley Forge June 30 o July 6 v.lll real Veeram Some were a he Frs Jamboree. Wahmg(\n 1(}1i oher have aended Jamboree<; n foregn lando didn'l h an' bod ' hu m\ Wfe -4:hcago mfon den' Jll; fln assawl charlie Earle SERVCE m.'.h T(.'.l {.rmw rolnle ' OM AAA.'rru(r. ( n rl f rr l(nrf l'rr Wasl.mgon; Barbara Un 1346 Hampon; Jane Thompson 2017 Beaufal; Carole Thompson 2017 Beaufal; Diana Tesch 358 Hillcres Rd; Do\fla Sewar 524 Lakepome Caherme A. Seffek 1351 Hollywood Ave and Sandra Sahl 1365 Harvard Road. CASS :>forla\a: Couple Bound For Georgian Bay Afer CerenlOny S Clare of Monefalco was he sellmg for he nupial high mass on Saurday WhCh Unied n marllage Mary LoUise Leszczynski and LinUS Michael Shea The bnde chose for her weddmg a gown of vory sain de- Signed Wh an all chanlly lace bodice and long igh fied lace sleeves The off-shoulder neck- me wab edged m sam scallops embrodered Wi h rhmesones and bugle beads. Her very full skir fell from a smooh ilng W a 1 s 11 n e and swep mo a Circular ram Folds of he skl' formed a large buer- fly busle which fell mo he i rain The bnde ole a finger ip ell of Slk llusonheld m place by a close fimg cap of machmg lace. She carried a whie sam prayer book on which lay a whie orchd. Mad qf honor was Joan Barbara Leszczynsk. siser of he bnde Bridesmaids were Alfreda Sowa and Mrs Jack Cummmgs siser of he bndegroom. Gowned m sea-foam marquisee he aendens carned bou- PLAY GOLF MT CLEMENS PHONE 2556 NEW AMAZNG Wesinghouse MiJilrir.6 Compleely changes he air in a 4 or 5-room home every TWO MNUTES. 's porable easily moved. Requires no insallaion. Plugs in anywhere. Replacesunsighly window fans CUBC FEET OF AR CRCULATON PER MNUTE MARRED N SATURDAY RTES -Paul Gach Phoo A a solemn high mass a S Clare of Monefalco las Saurday Mary LOUise Lesxczynski and LinUS Michael Shea exchanged vows Afer he ceremony he couple lef on a Georgian Bay Cruise. ques of daisies. P S. f G Aendmg he bridegroom were roper onng 0 armens his bes man Carl J. Makowski :;d Zick and Jam Can Preven Moh Damage Parens of he bnde are Mr and Mrs Leonard L Leszczynsk: Do you know wha mohs love ouch coon or rayon Coons of Whiher Road Her husband beer han orsimary wool? Fab- and rayon. however are ofen S he son of Mr. and Mrs. Arhur ncs of camel or mohair Alhough desroyed by such nsecs <is Shea of Flm sn' generally known hey Will beeles and Silver fish. Wearmg a georgee and lace also ea slk. Mohs Wll aack /l.o?r lengh dress of green he any maerial conammg any par- S mporan o keep fabncs bride's moher carned machng on of animal fbers ou Wll no 86 clean and sam-free as posorcluds on he rpurse. Sible accordmg o Loren Farrell The groom's moher chose a execuve direcor of he Dry gray floor lengh gown of geor- Name Lloyd Huner Cleaners nsiue of DerO begee 'Wih ha o mach. She To Alumni Pos cause mohs and oher nsecs wore a purple orchid. aack solled fabrics irs nci- Followmg a recepon a he Lloyd Huner of Toles denally moh damage doesn' al. bride's home he newlyweds lef was recenly named as acmg ways show unil afer cleamng on a Georgian Bay cruis. They vice-presiden of he Deroi n- loosens he weakened ibers Will WO VSi poms m Canaij.. sj.ue of Technology Alumm As- Nohmg n he cleanmg plocess For her going-away oufi he soclaj.on for he school can make a hole lke a moh's. new Mrs Shea wore a lighweigh year. Dry cleanmg kills all forms. pmk.sul Wih accessores of Huner S personnel manager of mohs mcludmg he larvae maching pasel shades. o he Michigan Bar AssOCaion. and f you wan o keep wmer. drapenes and wool blankes a home durmg he summer hey Confer Degrees on 11 Poiners Ohers are Carol Ann Reed 216 McKmley; ngnd Peerson. 625 Ne Kann Olson 336 McMillan; Marcia Murphy 453 Coloma! a Wayne Graduaion Ceremony Cour S ; Conrue Mohr Harvard Cynha Juha May Jones LSer Lorane; Counry. ncluded in he ls of 1423 can- graduaes; Dr BU R Shur1y Club Dnve; Sue Johnson 2025 dldaes for degrees conferred a presiden of he DerOi Board of '\ Hun Club Dnve; Jean Huchin- Wayne Urnversly's commence- EducaOn presened mroducory '... son 277 Merriweaher; Marha me exercises Thursday June greemgs; and he Rev. Fr. Al- Hubbard. 61 Muskoka Road; Be-.15n he Se Fair Grounds co- ber H Poeker S J professor of y Jean Hoy 11501f.lLakepome; seum Deroi wlereeleven Poin- physcsa XaVier Umversly Cm- rene Fourruer 2003 Roslyn; Mar- ers. cmnah offered he mvocaon'and '( 1 U \1 ( an DeKeyser 663 Lockmoor Local residens n he gradua- benedicion... Marah DeBoer 376 Belanger ng group were: Barbara M. Bear Honorary degrees were con- Judih CampbeU 454 Coloma! daugher of Mrs. Barbara N ferred upon Faher Poeker MSS Cour N ; Jeanee Cameron 1322 Bear Noingham; Franklm Caherme Morgan former' assls- TraffiC laws apply o persons J Hampon Road; April Cameron Abbo Bum son of Mr. and Mrs an supermenden of DerO ndmg bicycles Cycliss are sub Ania Ave; Carol Baude Gl1ber A. Burn. 413 Madison: Puphc Schools; Dr. Alexander G. -iee o he rules of he road as' 1310 Hollywood B8l'abara Ham- Rlchard Harlan Johnson. son o Ruhven presiden of he Umveresab1Jshed by boh he Ciy and mond 70 Cambndge Road. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson Sly of Michigan; and Se-basJan Sae. Fory-ive camp saff and coun- 984 Noingham; Ann Knnear S. Kresge noed busmessman and Johnson daugher of Mrs. Car- plulanhropls. The ral!lc signals Signs and sellors wh have been a Cavell men K. Johnson 596 Neff; and oher conrol device applicable o for a week s onenaon are now Rober Alber Lee son of Mr velllcles are also direced o bl- all se for he bg day accordmg and Mrs. Phlbp J. Lee 1026 Bea cycle nders. o MarJone Magee camp duec- consield. Whnever auhorized SgnS are or The camp self S ready oo ereced nwcamg ha no ngh very cabm has been cleaned Ohers Rchard G. Welch son or lef u ed and scrubbed and he 40 acres of Mr. and Mrs. Arhur Welch rn S perrru no per- f ODds ' 89 Meadow Lane' Harry Edw d son operamg a bicycle shall ds- 0 wand meadow have had a '. ar obey he direcon of any such double spraying once for poson Speelman 426 Hlkres Horace.1On f h d s b Vy and once for mosquioes Rose Hannan son of Mr and s... e person smoun e Mrs. John E Hannan 82 Maple- 1S hen auomacally bound b' Girls 10 o 17 are separaed by on Douglas McKellar son of pedesnan regulaons i age mo hree Uns a Camp Mr and Mrs Colm McKellar 4571 A person propelling a bicycle Cavell The season COnsiSs of Allard; Richard Garh Le}rrr{ann shall no ride oher han asnde four penods of wo weeks each. son Of Mr. and Mrs Fred A a pennanen and regular sea a- Girls may sill regser for he Lehmann Marford; and aehed hereo. las 1\\ 0 penods accordmg o MSS Jerrold William Maben son of No bicycle shall be used o car- Magee The regisraion office a Mr and Mrs. Crl!rald Maben 1600 ry more persons a one ime han Cenral Branch Wiherell a Hampon Rd he number for which 15 de- Moncalm S open from 9 a m o Th J Biped and equpped. 5 pm Monday hrough Fnday e une. ceremomes were he and Saurday unil second of \ Wayne gradu-! No person ndmg upon any 01-1 noon. alon programs. The firs 1950 cycle shall be permied o a commencemen ook place las ach he bcycle of himself o'any Recipe for R eircshill (F February for 1185 sudens who sree car or vehicle upon a road- J' J ' had compleed heir degree work way. Try his cepe for a wonder- a ha. ime. Togeher he wo ful home-made bubble bah. groups make up he larges grad- Bey Huon Se Measure a qualer cup of deer- uamg class n Wayne's hisory. gen 01 soap flakes mo a sauce Dr. DaVid D Henry presden: To A.ppear A Fair dish and spnnkle O'ver he gran- of he Umverslj' addressed he' ules a ablespoon of any cologne Deroi's own Bey Huon willi or olle waer. The DerO Area CounCil dele-! reurn o her naive ciy as he Le sand a few mmue< Then galon a he Valley Forge Jamfeaured Hollywood sar of he use like anj' oher bubble bah boree June 30 o July 6 'W 111 re- Mld-Cenury Michigan Sae Fair preparaon ThiS mix S a grand quire 414 ens. 108 food and sor- Sepember 1 hrough 10 ay o use up sray boles of age chess. plus hundreds of cook- James C Frel general mana- cologne and your bubble bah ing kis charcoal burners brollger announced ha a conrac for Wll be as fragran as a flower ers uensils buckes. 1ais and MSS Huon and oher feaured garden ools erammen was appro'ved by he Sae Fair Board a L mee- ng Friday afernoon Friel solid Mls Huon would lead he bg downown DerO parade on opemng da\. and Willi appear a he Fair on Sep 1 and 2. a Beaulful Hillcres Counry Club PUBLC NVTED Spory J 8 Holes Waered Farways Excellen Banque Faciliies and DRiVE T'\\.Jo: (R \lot TO ( S 1'-1 \-it CLEM'1C; TlJR LEn i MLE may be sored afer clearnng n well-sealed unbroken paper bags or cardboard boxes. S absoluely mperaive ha all openmgs be sealed air-gh Gummed paper snppmg or Scoch ape can be used for sealmg alhough hea and hwrudly someimes loosen hese and hey should be checked regularly: -ehnedms Phoo Shirl' Ann Hahn. daugher of Mr and Mrs. Edgar Augus Hahn of Three Mle Dnve was marned Saurday a an afernoon ceremony a Grosse Pome CongregaOnal church o Horace Rober Rahbun. Begin Bike Racing A. Speedvay Bcycle racing long absen from Deroi and for he enire Unied Saes for ha maer Will be resumed n he Moor Cy Area Sunday mgli July 2 a he newly-buil Michigan Cyclmg Speed! way a Ten and One-Half Mile and Ryan Roads. A group of DerOers headed by Fred Cappy a veeran bike racer. purchased one of he fines porable racks ever bul and brough o DerO Moorcycle Racers Reurn July 1 Moorcycle racers rained ou las Saurday reurn o Moor Cly Speedway his week-end (July 1) o renew one of he mos bier flvalries ever seen a Moor Ciy Speedway. Reggie Mull of Lansing wmner of hree 15-1ap feaure evens will be back n an effor o exend his snng. Bu he'll have pleny of compejjon from Russ Peerson he 25-year-old Flin nder who holds he rack championship; Allan Davis of Howell recen wmner of he sae champonship a oma and a hos o ohers. Learners never earn \ fa salanes -Forbes. 1 Ne'-a: E/g/a J/d l'rip Follo.:vs Churrh Ries Nigh Races Begin a Deroi Track July 17 As he firs half of he horoughbred lacmg season a he new DerOi Race Track approached i3 July 4h ccncluslo1 i work began his week on he wo half mile harness racmg srps preparaory o openjjg nigh on Monday July 17. The DerOl Race Track Middle Bel and Schoolcraf roads wll1 go nocurnal beween July 17 and Sep. 4 and he ines col1eebon of roers and pacers n he counry Will be assembled here. Because wages have gone up faser han prices he average facory employee can now buy nearly hree imes as much Wh an hour's pay as he could in he good old days around 190Q. AWNNGS CUSTOM MADE To Your Saisfocion No Hi-Pressure Say: Charge! Kn ighs Plan Talen Series For Youngsers A bouque of glldemcl lom. The Kmgh uf r pl'lllcned ile whie 01 gmdy 101 orgclmzed u dhlldlls Ju. gown worn by Shlrlc' Ann H.ahn ed younscrs and lcx: r aln when she wab umed m marllage o he public hrou h U a Grose POne Congregaional hows g amaeu' Chul ch las Saurday o Horace i The gl oup me «ll Rober Rahbun a new slae of offll Y o el!' M\ cl Hahn \ as hu' 1cl' his WOk The ne\\ llo 'am Q. e'lde maid of honol Blldesmald wel c R0 ber LeRoy <ind r rdnk U CalOlvn Hahn. moher ser and was eleced VC Pll'lden Olo< Carol Hahn. luusm of he bnde offlcel al e Agne 1dlk he The maid of honor wole Chcll_l ary er' and Flllnk \1JhlCUr$ cre e.sur reuse organdy and he aendans well' flolked m French blue Commiee Chdll J1( n de!la organdy Tiley callied whie e ewle uliul dj dclv!1 r dasies Wih VY al es Van Hdmplel soual. elyn Lybeer fl LV Bes man was Chm les A par- Opsummer ' (rnd laurce cells J and ushels wel e Rober Vandersyppe lem1hip.nd Oc Sralh and Jack Krue. Regula' Plu lu r mee mg de h ld Mr and Mrs Edgar Augus ery firs and hll d \1 e e\ Hahn of Three Mlie Drive are monh a he Cann()nayof!hi he parens of he bride and he Cener e<:reauoli gloom is he on of Mrs W. Gran The irs se'lun of he Pal kel of TOlono Onario and shows ha sal nd 1 alen h he lae Horace R Rahbun pearance on h.. e ap. e age of A gal den recepion was held a Lou Senave who lon en an he home of he bnde followmg lc suppor flom ile au'lll he ceremony Wh her arbsll; panlomjll1e Afer he ecepon he couple of.e. J OSORsong lef for a rip hrough Canada Mary Lou is d gloduae ofs and Nj!w En.gland. Phlhp High Schal and Place'Your Wan Ad Her Weigh in Siver Dowry Was n 1652 he null a e' in Boson and John H Hall: Boson slversmih. became maser For his elvc5 W. was allowed o keep one 'h!lng ou of every 20 comed He saved he shlllmgs earned and when he ime cil:. for his daugher o be mameq he gave her a dowry cons_. No Obl1gauon ng of a pile of shlll.ngs equa. o her weigh. FOR ESTMATES - COURTEOUS AND PLEASANT SERVCE FOR THE COMPLETE JOB CALL RDGEMONT AWNNG CO E. 8 Mile Rd. Opp. R1dcemon Golf Course LA PHlNE - 'TA b sop hom ore a Mlclllgan Sall'Co lege where she ' Speclahzln he ar of musll g ll. Boys and glrb lllh alen he fields of musil VOceac.!.:l or dancmg are urged o con' he Kmghs of Flander< \ Scou ngenuiy Many umque mehods of earning her own way have been repored by local Scous going o illijijiiiimiiilllliiiillpl!iiiiliiiimiiiilllliiilmiiiimiiiilill!iiiulliiiiuiiimliiiillliiiilmiiiilllpiiiimiiiilhiiiillliiiiilliiiillniiiillliiiilllliiilllliiiillliiiilllliiiillllmlllliiiililliiiilmiiillllffilllliffililiilfiffillllffiulliffimiffiumffiillffiiuuffiuuiffiulffilllliffililiiilllliffimffiimliffililiffiilliffimliiiilsiimiffimiiiilllfiiillliiiinmiiimiiiimiiillh;;;;uiiimu;;;;il;;;l!l;;iim;;;;;;!;;;li;;;m;;;mn;;;1!l!n=:=;!:= :=1 =a:; he VaHey Forge Jamboree June -' -... ' 30 o July 6. Craf projecs have been popular also wase paper couecmg; and one husky Eagle earned hs Jamboree fees as a baby sier! JWm.:L MASTER HEATER & COOLER E. W..ren a Newpor VA Unil 5 'P.M. WEDNESDAY T... Gros.. l'oil'r..; e.ew KERCHEVAL AVE. frf.t\q; 1AorlloT' A'10 A R\' A'O

7 FOR HAWAAN ong he prommen passengers who sailed o on he Mason Lmes lner Lurlne from San SCO June 7 are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis Nagel Charles and Carol Ellen Nagel 830 Park Lane. agel is manager of Brass Producs. djoofences and Fish Nes Color o Beachcomber s Pary -r.y. E.enoa 11M1 lll lm lam.ro.. a.. oblrvaiodl abou he and persona h J M and hlkaboullun 'Hkh flbn nr. h' rurnd f- TV 11lll4a1 \fli Urul01l. SLANDS! Bride Carries f/hie Orchids For Ceremony Glekhen Wml!led Bale bel dme lhe bride of Waler Alvan Alblechal J a 30 o'clock on i '>dlulday 10 S. John s Episcopal Chulch m Moun PJeasdn. The Rev John Vmcel offu'laed f';1 The bllde chose for her wed_ dmg a l100r lengh gown of pearl whie Duche lace syled m he Coloma Period The off-shoulder necklme as dlhnguished b;' an appllqued dce edgmg whch was (arrled ou agam a he neck >uggesmg a neckldce and formmg poms over he hands from he long fied sleeve 1 1 The very bouffan 1.1(1' skr edged 10 ndurdl lace scallops fell sofly over hree ulle undel klrs maklllg a Dreden 11k' appearance Her fingerip lengh veil oc Silk lluson was held m place by a machmg lace Flemish cap Wih U ned up edgmg of lace scallops She carried a prayer book covered Wih wlue orchds aached o whie ribbons leadng from he prayer book The bride S he ddugher of Mr and Mrs. John F Bale of Moun Pleasan Michigan The SPEAK VOWS -Moffell SUdl08 Grechen Wmlfred Bale became he bnde of Waler Alvan Albrech Jr a 3J1 early afernoon ceremony las Saurday m S. John's EplScopal Church in Moun Pleasan. The bnde is he daugher of Mr. and Mrl>. John F. Bale of Moun Pleas- bridegroom S he son of Mr. and n. S. Grechen's Sser Harrie Ba- TJ7' 1 S h Mrs Waler Albrech of Balfour r01jler o nrr Road Grosse Pome 6 ie. was her maid elf honor. The 1'1' Z rl Y111'P on 17 brldesmald were Elame A- J brech sser of he bridegroom a Laz.' G1'OU >zds and Carol Peabody of DerOi. 1' l 1 All of he aendans were gown- ed denically m nylon ulle Jacquelme Murphy Wll be he ; was ransplaned o Cone Olive home. Records which opera lengh dresses of he bler- gues sololsl Wh he DerO ('am' a - \luminulll 1< Y CR' \.. SOLOST ome Yach Club Saur- he Smihs brough back from swee shade They were syled Svmphony Orchesra under he ' erve as a backdrop for her VS o Hawall were he wih fied srapless bodices op- direcon of Va er Poole on July h Sea Beachcomber's musical background for he pary ped by a sole formed by sof 1 a he Far Gl'ounds. Orchid leis were donned by her folds of he ulle They wore Alhough :vj1s Murphy LS 10 nrlbulng heir bi o guess Mr and Mrs Edward A. machmg har braid has wih a New York sudymg \'OCe and le he amosphere m he Biederman Mr. and Mrs. A V dealed fold a he crown and acmg as musc and dramallc o'casle were he rush Owens and Mr. and Mrs N B carried Gerber Dalsler drecor or four recreaional s and bamboo fences Goodnow Mr Albrecha's bes man was cenlers she mamlams resdence ed he walls Gaily co- Mr and Mrs Charles Rousseau his faher and he ushers were Wih hel parenl Mr. and Mrl be'1 bordered he bhmg were aka hoss a he popular Roy Sewer and Richard Dossm Regmald T. Murphy of 773 Bal- lh were draped abou pary Wih Mr and Mrs Juhan boh of Grosse Pome four Rd. fish and bs of coral Wlson Mr dnd Mrs Rollie Pow- Mrs Bale wore a whe nyually suded in he nes ers and Mr and Mrs Donald on opera lengh dress Wih sap- MSS Murphy has appeared n came palm rek and he Wolco JOlOmg hem for he phlre blue accessories and baby Town Hall New York on a pro- en fronds formed a rop- lnagmary cruise. yellow orchds The moher of grham beefeaurmg youdn l g arhlss and r Jacquehne Murphv he he bridegroom wore an opera Bas 1 n N on ra F s dwsn n daugher of Mr and' Mrs ng gh g f bl lace and uua 0 lagara a an ew. llmg such as his even en own 0 ue Y k C Sh h h Re.4nald T Murphy of h LT O! Da \' Sa 'ads baby whe orchds on her whie or lye was W ' 5' b h' e had o... au en ' n { bag Chauaqua Opera Company for Balfour Will e e gues s from he fned shrimp The recepion was hald a he wo seasons and appeared as solos Wih he Deroi ' o he almond cookes Tossed and green are he bes h h B ff Sh 0 h d S and les bedecked ev- salads hese swelering da and Dohery Hoel 10 Clare Michgan. gues '0 OJ' \\ e. U a a ymp any rc es ra un er sl and langud sland hey're more han ever TeSls- Followmg he recepion he PhilharmoniC Orchesra 10 heir he dlreclon of Valer Poole d he dancmg of Prm- ble when you oss n smal bnde donned a whe and black sumr eres of concers She on July 1 a he Fair squares oc bread slowly fried checked sui Wih maching ac- was ' rs young Singer a ap- Grounds. EE SL WNNG CO. L AWNNGS rc111r' rall. o.slll'nd ORDER NOW For Sprier Deliverv Call: LOrain 7-229:J Fnr Fne fhmal 7fill (0 Jpf{cr<on i\h'. Olrle- l\'\.. l Ar'T'l'JT\! r YOU 0' r -Tfany Sudies an and her husband S he son of Mr and Mrs Waler Albrech of Balfour road. Dr. Frank Fl officiaed a he ceremony Saurday ummg Barbara Jean Miller and Richard George Krauhoefer n marnage BY PHONE UNTL a 5 p. m. Sa): Charge :. The Grosse Poine Review VA Clair /ln R loll. CAN PLACE WANT ADS For Thursday PubhcaboD Wednesday OPEN HOUSE DANCNG VT OCR :\:E W COACH ROO:-'1 p; \ 'G THF PA '\0... (1 r. ( 1 g<in N JUNE CEREMONES 'aha. compleed he leg- C a OrleS o se ou on heir wo- pear m concer Wih he Buffalo unl cnsp 10 margarme or bu- d lcurslon._ Add h h week rl hrough Canada and CVC Orchesra an recenh Regan niiaed he par-..r. em e very as N h PMChlgan. appeared as solos a he allnual GenUS Fam)T years ago and has be- minue or ern AC Spark Plug Company con-\ n popular ha very lle:-.. eer 10 Fhn Michgan. n addj- Een he child who proess s been alered smce s Te1Jl'Pflnff Summer Dzshes J17z11 On o her concer aclvl1lesshe agains us musc lessol» may.( TJ rz l L.' Theare he decor has become a 6 has wolked \\ h he Arlencan be a musical gemu' To prove f he Club and remams A Wmg n New York en- Chlldcraf books ell us of he a Casle durmg he sum- ppro\a OJ 1'1 10 e r ann J' eraullng veerdns' hospals Nn\eglan lomposer Edward hs. Mrs. Regan was ou :'.l1s urphv graduaed flom Gneg who ne\ er waned o prac- 10r he even bu Mr Wha could be more appehz- few whole berries. Marygro\e College DerOi ic' hs mus'c-bu llked o make rough Mr and Mrs Ed 109 on a ho summer day han a A mixure of shced h awber- Wih a Bachelor ofmu>lc degree up unes HS melodies provide h as hs guess large bo bnmmmg over lh res and dced or shledded flesh and has done pos-graduae work 11 v. h some of our bes rado who wouldn: hmk of plump rpe slrawberrles pmeapple sweeened o ae can a he JUJlhard SChool of ;\1uslc lsenmg Beachcombers were Mr This delcous frui S a favor- be served on squares of sponge ln New York CJv. She ared John DeHayes Mr and ' Wih everybody and s no cake and opped Wh whpped her mulcal careed hen she won lop h holn VanOsdol. he Carl onder for he sweeness and cream Cor a refreshmg desse;l op honols 10 a naonal vocal yen oae ng Mr and Mrs Howard flavor of hese bellies S a sum- STRA W8ERRY MERNGUE compeion dunng hgh scbool. Oven oachmg S rookmg m r and Mrs Lerov Payne merlme rea ha ' hard o bea TORTE he a e: n a dsh se n ho er Duffs and Dr. and One half cup buer or forified h waler v Te mehod S used for J Wlliams ABUNDANT malgane 12 cup sugar. four egg Fig u r 6<=- SOW cueards soutles and oher egg ng Wh Mr. and Mrs Homegrown berrle are now Ylks 1 2 Cups Sifed cake flour. mxures of delcae exure arren were heir 0 commg mo he ores n abund- 2 ea'poons bakmg po\der whch are cooked m he oven es from Boson Arlie ance Whle hey can rarely be five ablepoons nulk '2 ea- Good Pros pees and Mrs Gerrude War- classed as economy foods hey spoon vamlla or almnd flavor- W smoher Roundmg should be reasonabl\' enough lng four egg whies 8 eapoon f M. pary were Mr and Mrs. Priced so everyone can use hem cream of arar 1'8 easpoon sal 0 r arrage Bloodswarh. several hmes a week lone cup sugar.. d Mrs E. Rchard Holz. h d Cream fa bea n firs FO girls Wh man lag' in ss of Mr. and Mrs How. Srawbbeesk davesae hnfr- amoun of sugar unil fluffy mind :.alslcs show ha pros. on and M d M s Leo by un epic e npe. rl y h h k a a. r an r s h b en e egg yo s one pecs are beer han e\ 1'- There invied Mr and )'lrs shopper e ox _ ge; v r ime. Sf flour wib baking have al\a}s been n10 e boy ba- e he V R Donnelly! o see ba he ruth Sf urn po\\der. Add flavoring o ble han grl babes l :11.. lolio S d M H D ' and well colored. e avor - ed-. an rl. 1 ayison. 'h milk. Add dry mgr len s a o 100) bu no\ Tn» ' bovs d Mrs. A J Schul7 b1d and s\\eeness ncrease. W emaey wih milk beaing al ' lving lo maull\' ess o cockails n heir color so deep red bernes are \\elf acer each addiion. - n Three Mile dnve be- bes. Sprl'ad in wo b.yer cake pans Gl h \\ h marfldge m mmd r>g over o he Club n When he fru S o be or 'd lined wih waxed paper Cdn sop worrymg abou na exaup were Mr and Mr for mos of he day or unil he Sprinkle sal and cream of l ra mlhon women n he populam Mr and Mr' Hamll- nex da\' spread 10 a shallow arar over egg hles and bea wn and ge> on \\ llh he r man. che'r and Mr. and Mrs dh f lef n he box or placed unil sff enough o Corm sof hun ThiS S Wll\ ueny loa deep conamer he WE>lgh of peaks Bea n sugar a lile a Our reunry's birh raho ' er pre-club cockail Cee he frul on op crushe's he ber- a ime Spread mermgue ovel 105 boy babies o 100 guls. ed by Dr. and Mrs nes below he baer Bahe n low oven always has been bu now more her Smih m heir Chal- 250 degrees F. for 25 mmues: boys are hving ino mauriy LTTLE PREPARATOS hen JDcrease emperaure o 350 Moraliv raes of he se...es be. Dish Fi/linCTs Ths luscous frui need' lile degrees and bake for 20 mmue' fore middle age are equa!lzin«preparaion - Jus a quck bu longer. Remove from pan pull -so much so ha by 1955 he d5h 111lng for sand- horough washmg o cmove he off waxed paper Cool break-even po n will be llclude Jams. jellies. pre- sand shorly before SE'rYmg Do Shorllv before serving ime pushed ino he 30-o-35 a!:'e honey and spreads made ' he lob before removmg he place one cake. menngue Side group. n ng creamed bule'r or hull. '0 none of he flavor ill down on erving plae CO\ ('r The bl (ol)'-e'\n po.n 11 h '('ee h any of 'le-e be ahed away enelou'h \\h cruohe'd ' a. m he 25 lo-'30 grl)up :p o <l( n or Wih fnl qch 8' You can remove he nd mole berte 'E'een>d o a.e Pu 2'i hel!' are more mn hdl' graed mange find efflclenl\' C }OU e ll.'r hold second la\er on op and add 1110re \\omen Be\\N'n hen olnd 30 J ' each bern under a Spl d) or pu srawbf'rrles Serve plam or \\ lh he\' run equal B\ 3'; he ces hem m a large bo\\1 of \\ale'r hick. 'our cre'am or \\hlpped of \\on'n bems o sho\\ RETURNS hl'n 11f hem up from 1111 \\aer rrl'am O'f'r half he Aml'rll'an uho Here are omf' ooo al\ bell \ inl'nd o marn do <;0 before 'Upl'S o \ ('Ol'STR}\! PRODlTTOS h 'rl' 25. AnohE'r 28.'i pl'r STRAWBFRR Apr 1 mdunal producion ('en locae spouse-; bv 30 Onlv..\SO PlSEAPP r hol o he' hlhe' 11'\ el mc.. pl'r Cl'n makl' a 'fir; mar- OnE fre'h pmeapp1l' on' p li Februal \ 1'l4'l b('cau1' f e. rlage afer 36..rau bf'rrle' aholl '4 c p ugar pandmg.e!'l auo and ma hm Wa'h and hull L a\\ bf' ne and ('n prl'>duron and ful lh r cu n halve>' Wash pmeapple am' apparf'nl\ \1f'le mad.. n ho! olli:hl\' Cu 10 hd r lengh- M3' ac'rorrlml! o he FE'df'rdl \\ 1'1' ligh hrough crov. n Rff'1 \f' BO.Jrrl ThE' Board Scoop nu cnlrr Nl' '1;( a \\..ll dl''' of ndu'rlal produ'llon o'r.. ho 12 loch h.. h' p01nl' m April o 11N and OCl' plrap1jl. d-cardlnk v. a' 10 porn. hlhl'r han 10 ClnKhcorandml1l:llh<;ra- Aprl q4q ThE' mdr'\( l ll' brrlo; 'dd llar o 'Ul a<;e '' pm wlo\\ lhi' po1 \\ ar 1nd f'hlll '''''' 10 ()n- hll:h r lq'\ p 111 OchCl ann appl.. hl. aml.hl'd. lh a 1'<0\ (mhl'l 1Q4P (;/.' nn The Gosse Poine Review-Thunday June Coup e o j'e n Milzeaukee FollozciJlg 11'ip Bal bara Jean Miller was (<ir- ymg a bouque of whie orcludl md sephanois when she reach- 'd he alar of Grosse Pome MemOral Church Saurday afer- noon a 2 o'clock o mee Rchard George Krauhoefer. Wh whom he exchanged marriage vows r She S he daugher of Mr ar.d Mrs W Leslie Miller of Lmcoln! Road Mr. and Mrs Emory W. Krauhoefer of Milwaukee WS are he brdegroom's parens i The Rev. Dr Frank Fl read he leremony for which he bride (jlose a eown of whie organzal desgned Wh an embroidered bodce A frock of bheer organdy over lurquolse falle was he choice of he bridegroom's siser. Mrs Samuel Culer who was maron of hono! Ellzabeh Ann Hicks and Margal e Bane wore denical gowns of urquoise faille and carned all- pmk bouques for heir duies as bridesmaids Be An Exper Wilham Kraumoefer was bes man for his broher and ushers For an exper job on whe were Charles McConnell of Mm- hoes don'; be saisfied Wh neapohs Mmn.; Elslen Neuer of )lls applyng whle pohh Run Evanson ll and Samuel Culer a ble brown polish on he edge and Arhur Jordan boh of Ml.! of he sale and under he m- waukee WS sep o clean away hose n- Mr. and Mrs Krauhoefer lef evable spos of whe polsh a recepion n he home of he j bnde's parens for a weddmg rip M P G d o he Muskoka Lakes regon in ea e ran eur Canada. They w111 make her Mea pie akes on quie home m Mlwaukee. differen ar f he bakmg powder bscus are cu m crescen shapes Wh one round bscui in he middle. 'm jus a grrl who doeen' make. secre of her secres - Brish srip-easer Phyll1s DXJe. 4 TAPERT SEZ - SALur:s K C. \1 \ 1Lj: Jane Wyman eo.. :ars wih Rober Younr in a special fullhour broadcas of CBS' Hall. mark P:ayhOUle Tburlday. June 1 from Kaala' Ciy Mo.. lirnalinc he openiac of h. ely'li cenennial eelebralon. ' The program will dramaize Kau... Ciy' hisory u old l he book Ciy of h. 'liure... - ljpjll GROS: POND YOU'll LOSE MONEY f YOU WAn THERE'S every indicaion ha you'll lose money '-Y puing of buying your new ear. Here's why: Your presen car isn' geing any younger. You may have o spend more money for repairs. And righ now we can give you a G-AN-Trade-in allowance. Wise buyers are aking advanage of hese condiions by geing heir new cars now :Anyway you figure i you'll agree ha o wai longer o ge your new car is o run he risk of losing real money. Come in and le us prove o you how a beauiful new Hudson will cos less han you hink. Bu come in now while we're rading high! See and Drive he 1950 Hudson Mos Room! Bes Ride! Safes! Hudwns. \\;h heir exclush e recesed floor are so adunced in <;l\'lin2. modem in design ha hey are 'leing he pare in he'an for ) E'ar<; o ('ome Choose from hrl' real sene<; Cu<om ('ommodore-famou'l Supf'rr lowf'r.prired Pacemakl'r. whch brmg<; )ou all of Rud<;on'<; ('\u<;ive advan8ge'l for ju' few dollar<; more han he lowe'l.prirf'd.u: HUDSON TAPERT CO. Al'TRORZF.D H'OSON DF-ALE E. Jeff.rson a Coplin TAP TAPERT FOR A TOP DEAL!. ' 1 r

8 l J f ) -1.4 '. 4.' '<.1 1 ;:. > k i- fl 8-The Grosse Poine Review-Thundoy June DEDCATE CHURCH SUNDAY Red Cross Says +e f!f 11-1ell Top WoJlen.. As Blood Donors i Women n he Umed Saes own over 40 per cen of all real esae buy over 80 per cen of all consumer goods own over 50 per cen of mdusnal corporaion sock accordmg o sascs. REV. : MENTER REV. SANDROCK Rev. Norman A. Mener D.D. Preslden of he Mchigan Disnc of ne Amencan Luheran Church Will be he speaker a he service of dedicaon of he new home of S. Paul Ev. Luheran Church Chalfone and Lohrop nex Sunday morning a 10:30. Oher dedlcaon day services are he dedcaon vespers a 3 30 pm and he reunion servlce a 7:30 p.m. The lurgs a all dedicaion ervlces will be he pasor Rev. Charles W. Sandrock. Chnreh Direeior1 D GROSSE PONTE PUCE EV LUTHEKA CHURCH CONGREGATONAL HVBCB Eu anen add Balfour _ ChaUoae a DeUo Mlcb PoJle puma TU Z-oz Clar. W. Sduid Pa8CM Be E!lDO G. Claus p:lsor e.du 11 a.m. WorshiP Se!ice Mr. Enno T. Claus. Vicar ClJebnl:m o he LMQ'. Supper. Sac- S\Ulday. July 2 - Peace Luheran of BapUsm and ReCeplOO of Churcn. Eas Warren and 13allour.. W Members. nu open heir annual Dallv Vacalon V.aon Churcb Sehoo WJ1l mee Bble School on Wednesda) July 5 &ku'r :from July 10 o 21 from 8'30 a m. and conulue hrough Frda}. JulV 1 21 o 12:30 p.m. Childree. :from Kinder- The School open.s a 9 a.m and c oses..-n- bro he aixb grade are ell- a 12 noon. Bble sudy mo..es &n:.ifd jbe. All ch1ldren of he commwuy handcraf are a par of he da y.. welcome. Rell1sraona: roay be program. AU clujdren of all ares e...s. by phq!le l>y' lllng direcor. lllvled Jn. Alon R. Hun1n(1lOn. ''l The Rev Enno G Claus. pasor of boe repsrar l4rl A. bdi W'llaon Peace Church 1l be 111 he pulpi. TU 2-5W. us Sunday. Servces be(ul a 830 GROSSE PO NTE. METHODST CHURCH NEW n:rby SCHOOL 111:. A.K.--Momi!lg WorshJp.. 10:45 A.K.-Chureh BebaoL 1e17K!:- U:llO-12:llO-Yoah C1U. Rev. Hugh Co Whie Puor 'l'u'. 1-1l2l1 Waie1l 0. :!few 0Bwab Go Up K«aes Ne&r Karehnal SlXTH O-fURCH of CHRST 'SCENTST - DETROT 14'f30 x.eheval Avenue SUNDAY SERVCES 10: :00p.-. Sunday School 'n 10:a a.m. 8eeODd U:45 a.m. 1rednac\.aJ' EveDmlf Tes1mODW Jleemlr. 8:00 p.m....mn. Room open week dayll a.m. o 8:00 P-Ul.-SlDlday 1:30 o ll:oo pm. W. PAUL EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH GroJ.baf!:l;:'Cican Rev. Cbarles W. Sandl Pasor Misl Bocene Harje Parish Worker Thursdays. June Work Nigh {New Church)' Junior Chor Semor ChoU'. 800 Alar GUld Frida'. June Work Ngh 700. Jwuor ChOJr 800. Senor ChOU'. Saurday July Work Nigh Sunday. July Dedicaion :eg'.!1.305'tjre cheon: 30 Rewuon Servce 900 Sooal Hour. Monday.Tuly S Paul Muual Ad Wednesday. July 5 - '100 Juwor Chor Senor ChOr GROSSE PONTE WOODS PRESBYTERAN CHURCH Mull Avenue a Torrey Road Seyle'lkJ.;;jN.:l! 1100 am Church School 13 o 11 years of age) -Older ch.ldren are nvie<! o aend he worsh.p aenlce 1200 noon. SpecJ.a Meeulg of he Congregaion. Wednesday uy pm. The Sesswn wll mee a he Church o receve new members ino he Church Thu.nclay JulY 6 ' 30 pm. The Raard of Trusees Will mee.11\ he Church Sudy 7 30 p.m. Boy Scops Troop No 546 Will mee. ' 30 l' m. Meelwg of Boy Scou Troop Comnlee SundaY July 11'00 a.m Holy Commumon and :RecepbOl of New.Members LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE BEFOBMATON Vernor Highway E. M Lakeview CalvA F. Sickles D. D Paser 9.30 a.m Church School. Classes for all alfes begmnlng a 3 year. old Come bring he children and aend he pasor's Bible Class U ClOa m Morning Wol'Shlp Sermon by he ofwng;.eiifon5nd m; re:c::caejj: Mee a he Gray Avenue enrance a 1%.30 p.m. _ l\lesslah LUTHERAN... Cor Kerch.val lld4 Lakewood lee x.:..; : M 10. Marin AsslsaJ Pasor SundaY July 2 - SelVlces a 8 00 a.m. J(\ a a.m Sermon heme Chrsian PanolSJn Sunday School Sess10l a 9 15 o'clock. Classes provded for all ages mc1udlllg Bble Classes :-ao;sad Bi::sSc{y be(ul Wednesday July 5. and Will c OSeFnday. July 21. Sessons Wll be held dally from 9 30 a m. o 12 noon Cluldren from 4 years o 14 years of ace are welcome o.o&danbk Tell Grosse Poine wha you wan o buy ren swap: hre lend or borrow' And he one sure-fire way o ge resuls ;s hrough he classified ods.. he own's larges meeing place for buyers and sellers When you're sumped for A buler babll-ser Of' housekeepet' A house remodelled o your dem.ancu A buyer for u ed furnure clohing Turn o he won ods o um a reof profi! And on ad-aker is wolng o help you break mo prin l CAll VA The Grosse Poine Review GARACES o f. VOUT car and pork.llool< a-.rlal. onh or we build for on l\ f' h r \ 0'0... blnf'prn fre-e f Tl)n....1l o l>nljd 'OUTRU llmll.r f('lr Of1!-(.r rar.re as '195 1('1'.. can n for An f'l(f1m_. (r rom n B. A Chaplow Lumber CO Ml$ E....n P a F. Ofr Dr.. 1'WSBflOOK J-J7.. PRNCPALS N CHURCH BULDNG PROGRAM Deroi YMC. ':is'll Summer Aelvllles Members of he buildmg commee for he new 81. Paul Evangelcal Luheran Church are picured lef o righ Fred H Panzer Wllshlre Leonhard F. Kuhlman Lamg Dr. Alfred E. Seyler. 954 Balfour Rev. Chas. W. Sandrock 4174 Beaconsfield and Frank A. Rez Jr Cool Salads Are'Temping Warm Weaher Favories A bg cool salad as he man-' park 1 cup shced celery cup say of a meal always sounds dced green peppeer. J.2 cup diced emping durmg warm weaher. ar apple 4 cup French dressand he dea S appeahng o he 109 J.2 cup mayonnase 2 ableperson who does he cookmg spoons chopped chves or green Wheher a menu bull around a omon 1 head salad greens 2 salad saisfies he family's appe- i omaoes. 2 hard cooked eggs be and mees he food requre- Add Flench dressmg o mea men depends on wse cholce of and le sand covered m refrlghe makngs. era or for abou 30 nunues. Mam dsh salads mus be filling. Shorly before serving add celery Tha's an easy requremen o green pepper apple and half of mee because hey all conam a he mayonnase which has been generous amoun of crsp bulky ffilxed Wh he cillves or omon. greens. Toss lighly unll nuxed addng A sick.o-he-ribs qualiy is more F.ench dressng u needed. essenial for hese salads. 's Serve on cnsp salad greens garwell (0 make sure ha hey nisb1bg wih wedges of omao conah a goodly porioll of shced hard cooked egg and re of foods such as mea cheese he mayonnase. Serves 4. poulry eggs or fish which will give hem a saisfying flavor Kdney Bean and Coage add a he same ime help o Cheese Salad mee he day's need for Lssue Two and one-half cups (No 2 and blood building proein. can) kdney beans 1f.z cups dced Because hese combinaons us- celery 2 ablespoons chopped Donors are of course carefully ually ake he place of mea dsh: Onion 4z cup chopped swee screened. No one who has recen- vegeable and Sde dsh salad. plckle 1J.2 easpoons prepared ly had any senous illness 1S ac- hey mus be big-bg enough so musard 2 cups salad dressng 1 ceped. Women who are pregnan everyone can have wo generous ablespoon pckle JUce 1 pound or recovenng from childbrh are servngs a leas. Unless ills S coage cheese 1 cup graed carauomaically rejeced. Tempera- he case 'S necessary o add ro greens. ure pulse blood pressure and enough oher dshes o he menu Combne all ingredens exoher physical regisers are so no one Wll be shored cep gl eens carros and cheese. checked before each donaion. f Heary salads Wll be favories Season o ase. LDe bowl wh any are above or below normal for summer meals f he same greens and arrange bean mlxure he person is rejeced. The medl- general rules for preparing all n around a mound of he cheese cal profession self ses hese salads are followed. willch has been 'Ao'ellseasoned and sandards an dhey arl ngldly Salad Rules nuxed Wh graed carro. :Maklll adhered o. 1 To have he salad greens 6 o 8 servmgs. Fmally anyone in doub eiher empmgly CriSp. was h he m abou he urgen need for blood quckly bu horoughly and sore Mined Lamb Salad or hs own abll y o be a donor hem 10 he vegeable freshener or Two cups lun small wces of. has only o call hs famjly phys- bag m he refngerllor unil ready cooked lamb :. cups wced. cooked clan for advce. Docors suppor o mx h esalad. The Food an poaoes JAr. easpoon lal 1ablehe Red Cross blood program Nurion Servce of he Amencan spoon chopped min. 'r l C! h wholehearedly reahzmg ha Red Cross suggess hs procedure dressmg salad greens. S a feasble way of bellg sure no only for he bes flavor bu as Combme poaoes mea sal ha paiens m need of blood a means of reaining he viamins nun and enough dressmg o will ge i when hey need i and A and C n he greens. moisen well and le sand for no be burdened by an expense 2. Mea fish and cooked vege- abou 1hour. Remove from bowl whch mgh cos hem a large ables whch are raher bland n leavllg dressing in. Add brokpar of her We savngs. flavor make more ineresllg sal- en leuce heal's or oher greens ads f hey sand in French dress- o dressmg and oss lighly. Add No naion corporaon Of jj1. mg or seasoned vinegar for 'an mea mndure garmsh Wh mm dlvldual can long llve a he ex- hour or more before bemg added Sprngs and serve. Makes 6' pense of pas effors. God helps o he res of he salad. To avod only hose who are Wlling fu merrrunglng of flavors and col- servmgs _ help hemselves.-cap. Edde ors keep hem n separae mounds Rckenbacker. durmg his marnaing process. 3. Mix he CriSP salad ingredi- CHRS TlE UNO ens Wih he oher mgredlens We canno hold a orch o hgh anoher's pah Whou brlghenmg our own sad Ben Sweeland d dthressng shorly lbefore serv- SAue S.4.UCER w.. Geller Pasor mg. e dress111g W s greens f l. 9 ijy ree: added oo early. held a a m. A heary welcome o 4 Have all mgredlens in pieces And Every Day 9 o 9 all who worahlp wih us. small enough o handle easly bu W1uel:b'ferln y =':ino so small ha diners can' ell rr.b Produce Choke Meas Qaaliy Groceries TU \H\T\lS * READ FOR PROFT! *USE FOR RESULTS! j\:j;}--. and 11 am The Sunday School lesson for hs Sunday s he rory of Gideon sarmg.une for he Sunday School and Bble Class is a 9 45 a.m OpeD SUDdoys WE DELVER B 8 There S however one area 10 whch men seem o ake a conunandmg lead over women. Regsraion records a Red Cros blood ceners sho wha men ou- number women as donors hree o one No doub hs Wll surprise many. n he firs place Wll be said. Weren' women he prmclpal donors all hrough he war Oddly enough no. DU ing he war despe he fac ha mllions of men of donor: age were away 10 he armed folces donors were equally d- Vded abou half male and half female Wll be argued by some ha women have more free ime are more ineresed ill healh and safey for he eom. muniy ee. han men. This appears 10(ieal on he f.&.oeof i bu i is conradiced by he from a greaer undersanding of wha he blood procram means in erms 01 human healh or simply a greaer wh. lldgness o go ou of heir way for ohers men coninue o furnish beer han hree-fourhs 01 all blood colleced. ThJs ls generally rue 1D all pars of 4he counry bu markedly so in he souheas and $OUihwes. A clue o he mysery perhaps lies 111he case of one male donor who sad don' belleve my wile shoul4 gve blood. She's on her fee all day whereas 1 have a desk job and don' ge bred as easly (Unknown o rum hs fragl1e wfe whlle holdmg down a drllcul job a whch she worked 48 hours per week on her fee had made 13 blood donaions durllg he war) Acually here is DO loric o suppor such an idea The blood given-one pin-is quickly reo placed in he donor's veins by he mos naural process in he world. The plasma 01' 1.uid conen of he blood is replaced wihin a day or so he red eell conen wihin a couple of weeks. \ledcal men beuve ha he absence of one pin of blood will no weaken he individual or precuspose him o any harmful ailmen. A possible excepion migh be mild failue 01 shor duraion. ce. wha hey're eamg Dsinc CHRSTAN SCENCE CHURCHES shapes and colors make he salads :;;.:.n n u:.'h a more aracve o see as well as en.. churches lrroughou he world ase. on:nfdeulfe (Psalms 999) is' 5 Wh a few excepons <.al: i Exal he Lor«our God. and or- ads mus be cold o be good. Chlh slnp a hs holy hill for he Lord our all of he mgredlens and f he God S holy Among he Bble caions. lhs weaher S exremely ho. chill ng( h T'Fn sh'ace he bowl n whch you plan o heard nor pet'c<'lvedby he ear neh- mix and serve er hah he e) ' seen 0 God be<lde 's a good idea o have one ' :! ':a\hh1oa::pfepared for hm ho dish m a salad meal. Make Correlaive pa'ages o be read from i soup for a sarer a ho ba. he Chrisian Scen exlbook. Sc- ' ence and Heallh h Key 10 he ered vegeable a casserole of Scrpures b\ Man Baker Edd} n- creamed or scallo... poa--- clude he followng p 5161 God 1'''... fuhlona al1 hings af..r HU own like- a beverae or llo bread. One ness Life S refleced n exlsen... of he aasies is...rlic bread Truh n ruhfulness God n good-.. - n... Whch mpar heir 0 n peace prepared by slicing French and permanence bread aboa 14 ineh hick leav- BAHA' 1l'ORr.D F'\R ink aached o he loaf a he EYF.-CATCH:\G a< a f' T d<c M. Floyd TURMAn Seueary bodm. Snread wih buer hl< l;uml'len rhapea r.'ll- _. r l'd from he COmhll'.<l f 'r. r Frda' Jln pm DSCUS' flavored wih garlic and bake in \ h n a\ ne _( l f 1A L 'r.' slon Group a homf' of Mr and 'v Mrs Floyd H Munson 452 Fisher Rd a moderae oven for 15 mnues Telegraph Dehler\' <<alln Open o he publlr Subjec. Does o hea hrough. 8..d rene. Tne. 15 riesll1;ned <> God Mamie... Hlmse1f? 1 Sunda< Juh 2nd 10'l() am Chl- l'ep 1 d m\ a y eo' e\ln n a heal'd dren. Cia a 1'1:! Moran Road Sub- SUppef Salad d.cu.'lon abou sraj'lge 'aucers n jec. Man. PurP<>'e 00 earh Two cups dced cooked veal Or he air. F;\ST'STFR i J>RFR\ TER\' CRl HCR anhlque and.rr.r... n Rev Tbeoclore '\'. oldenke n.er Sundav Juh 2 Sunda} rhool 9 41) am v..lh das5e (or all.1<' Mornlrfl \\ or'hlp ] 00 3 m Panolu' 'ft\ 1(e- Thf nuro::w!'n. Pf'(lal 1 op<'n ' l dljrma: hl' '<'n.c'f' o rtf (or c;moln. C'h\}drln v.. r lip h..lr parcn ;!(nd chur('h q \ ('(' VO\lfh (;...ojp fi S 'P m All \olnl Pf'r:f'krp;:\('r nlce v..e-dnf'! day. Jh S a 7 30 pm GOLF LAWN -Phoo b\ Dee Glenwood n he rear row are Clarence V. Engel 936 Lmcoln C. Thede 1410 Berksmre Erwm C. Ruprech 1383 Harvard Fred H. Orh 4757 Semmole and Raymond W. MlOel 1845 Sanhope The church will be de<hcaed Sunday. A PRO Wallace Gamber we 11- known golf pro ls now associaed wih Rdgemon Golf Course on Eigh Mile road near Graio. Gamber has been a professlonal for 25 years. o prospeny and peace And he k o greaer producion S a wider and more Vgorous appll-1 caion of modem SCenifC and echmcal knowledge -HairY S Truman. FENCE Wood or Woen W1fe Fence Poss-Saples-Lumber )laenal Only or nsalled Ask uc;: r... r an esimae or comf' n B. A. Chaplow Lumber CO. 867S E \e\ pn 'lle a :. Ouer- Dr TWP\BROO !! ruvo. The DelOi YMCA has planned a very deailed 8 program o keep ls looo boy mmbers heir gueser friends busly occupied 10 consrucbve and fun packed a and ies Each of he 11 branches has arranged for ()udoor ell l '.. h k h i'. ed ac 111 ies such as bke es as e rips picnics ucalonal aendance a he baseball games Bob-Lo e\curslonours boa races alchery ournamen and som baseall sch: ndoor acl1\lles 10 he seven : Y blanches Wih gym and pool opened Jun. 26. O\hel 1 fdclhles are planned ld addion will be open Jul\ JrOds o he aooe program: learn o Augus 7 \ugu 16 n: 4- Wlm campagns swlmmmg our- us u: namens. fanjly and Dad-Lad nighs SOCldl evens m he gym Camp NlSokolle 01 Lake and oher bujidmg cenered ac- Een near Ol\lda. llchloon lvljes uch as hobby shop crafs. he Deroi Y l> norh. J lbrary game room spors and camp where 00\ \ dv s \\U(i(u d)! moves. one or wo four 'lek p e1ods. Conllnul'd TOll One hundred Lllly- X bo One of he mam aclvlles of rom egh hlouh 1 ) mal ' 11 each branch w.l be conduced dlem ours o such places as Edson each of he fullr ' eel> pe'lo-il nsljue G eenfield Vllage he ThS camp S c 1\\Jdll 'd one 0' Ford Rouge Plan Wmdsor he fines m h( '11l l' h YMCA. DellOl Zoo Couny Jal an excellen l('jluldl (n 'r e'd. Flremen's T.ammg School De- 1 rol Cleamery Co DerO Flre- ershlp and he!jj1< quail).bod Belle sle Tger baseball comodalons. am ] pens J golnes Conmenal Bakmg Co 29 he second foul \\ (ej.. prlli Cranblook nslue o Scence. Wll begn Julv 2j Cluldren's Museum Penobsco Reservaion' 'b J d bi' '01 observaion ower and oher hrough John L one 'l'n. poms of local meres as well as pohan YMCA 80\ Wok &!o VSlb o some Mchgan Sae reary a WO 2-bU or hro.: Parks he neares Y brdllch. The second ousandmg feaure Sop m or elephone lour e. of he Delol youh achvlles es Y for deailed PllOlmawn schedule for he summer is he specific program dole and a. operaon of lour ousandmg lvlles. Boys f! 0111 nine o h'l camp The Royal Ok and Bir- urged o par Clpdle n he \'1.. summer ac llue \\\anoo' e nllngham branches of he Y cona YMCA S locaed a 2j7 B dd.e duc dally camps for younger The phone numbel 4700 boys and girls. A vaned pro- gram S pro\ ded of acivies m- c!udmg hkes cook ous naure! lps. oudoor games SWims spors arc her y handicrafs moves plays sones songs i reasure huns and myery rps ec The Dero Y also operaes wo major summer camps' Camp f/ Ohlyesa and Camp Nlssokone. Roseville 9332 CE COLD BLL'S nnmlumm GO EASY... ij >-M ADd Daily 8.30 o A.M.... f Ea! BEER ALL KNDS SOFr DRNKS EXCELLENT MEATS Complele Lme of Groceres - Fruis - \ ege.bj WE DELVER OPEN NOW Air Condiioned FOR YOUR. 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