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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1948, Winona, Minnesota WDKMU WEfONX JULY IMS MINNEISKA Thtnr vlU ba 1 Unbenn church nen Bandar mcrnHu at SPRING GROVE MUM Jean the weekend hen with hitr anc Knut DUKAND and Alyi Ann and Nancy twoyearold daughter Mt m on a trip to of ana Anton was trwud lor a cut on her lace when ahel fell from at her A numbtr ot stitches were taken to close u the wound Hautjen ud ra laaulorvUX ipent the week end with Minnie A Bon waa born to and 6eJ Rlchard MiHugh In vLiltlne relatives at mer at the Lutheran hoapltal In accompanied and La Croat on July 33 Oorden and will visit M auric o Oubrud and children ar at the home o Mr and Lloyd Sunday from Milwaukee for a visit ana nere with Clara MrRsy and son Arnold A house wanning waa given In if while Why rn and at her home evenlntr at the home of Mr Mrs Ray on Tuenday and Rlchurd were Haaken Johnaon a lew days Sunday evenmj at the nw danghter In Minneapolis Jacob and Shirley RauX Albert Sun and AUyn Churchill and son ermine her home layJd Lee sprnt Sunday with and Mike and Rtrhsrd visited the home ot Mr and Alvln Lletha at Buffalo Mr PIGEON FALLS Albert Churlen Kter wereTtaltea Seiday hom r of their and Allen WOODLAND and Theodore VauetelK are spending1 week At the home at hli Jens i4 Itobcrts attended and Thampwra ind rvicw for Sjiniu Hooalcr1son spent the weekend t churcti at PUlnr the home of her vlMir Thursduy art and wnimr Norj nnd Reuben Audrey ms Hnc1 nntl RobTi and Benny i and John Auitln Marihmhn hUciuird a monthly meetlnff of John and the rouniv 4H club held j Sletteland and Johanna Slette Prlday evoriinu in city hall at land at the Thomaj StaJhsIm home Bori spent Prl evening and helped Stalhelm day night tu Blowers celeliratft her and Pnd and mut Grvtfle Zhe and irlgan and visited at the John Berge home Sunday i Friday evening Xfiv and he aftarnoon m ctauwienj Nehrlnp received word xrom California that her daughter Phyllis is The FUlnvltw Clovpra 4H club employed as manager o childrens day parents ivssembltd at Dotma vltij Loo Stcircn bomr Siindny afternoon is also for tuppir foMowins their tour and ftoger Back announce the fn hnmtM o thIr members viewing their birth of a buoy boy July project and Erlclc 3erlna Let Kau visited CT 17C at Hilt home Hill is a daughter of Lee and 1 Ymnlc of Coast of he Thr HilJj look them to Const tiorr in St eiiended j baclc to Ksu Claire pcrsonul IruiTunon iinri and Joseph Eau Robert Currlc uf Clitvrles to be Saturday dinner of his sister nt LeRoy and procrarn will bn Wrdncsdiiv July 28rh rhr celfbrate thetr 60th weddlnn anniversary of Minnesota nnv durins the Thir children will honor them an open house from 2 to 6 In acreptlnp thr Mayor Curi Relatives and Irlends are cordially In sutd I ttm lookint forward to to rBl1 ot MrxOllnr Timber during the Thisvisiting a Tew days at the Henry Paulson jlvrs our sttuc womlrriu recognition jhorne a crfat Riimnu throughout Mrmnd MrsArchjn Van Gordon and nntlon ThArquHUnnlal is highly took and jlclxed in the on the raciiot Prenistad and Hulda and Helmer In the 1 urn too I to Alma an to Coast to Coasr stores ftnd to thflr great Sherman and son Eau central in MlnnenpoJUi daughter hospitality whirh thcv are extending toWttshRnd and Gene Berry Currld ant myxei t son visited Mandom to rerr crtt at the home of the formers leal condition HI the wmona General hos Melvln whrafto cMf of UwlMt fry te so siMlf CLARK INSURANCE THAT PAYS 156 MAIN PHONE 29O4 When you are in need of a Plumbing and Heating Expert PHONE 7010 Olson Sons 111 Center Coal Coke Fuel Oils Fence Poles 550fBllon underground fmttlr And pump if 265fallon fuel oil tanks 50c DISCOUNT PER TON OF COAL IF PAID ON DELIVKKT as for Markle Oil Stevenson Coal PHONE 6091 PHONE 2560 ELECTRIC WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING ELECTRIC CONTRACTING ELECTRIC APPLIANCES or ANYTHING ELECTRICAL WINONA ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION Thfertf SMI ELECTRIC MOTORS NZW AND EKBUILT REWINDING REPAIRING OOHFLRK OF rABTB VBELTS PULLEYS SHEAVES Witt OunwtMd LACKORE ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR Wcrt Second FHONK SIM Mantaret Buraldsrud and D are spending a Oof 10 MJnnelska for Wffrlc VBcRtIon the home of their par and and Rnvmond and and I the Miss Mary Jn rlanary supervised a group tor 24 glrU on ft camping trip at WhJicwnter Thr group left Fri day afternoon and returned Sunday after HOOD after thnv days Q outdoor BwiniiTiiiiK fljid An Indian powwnw is bpinp nlanned forj August i will be the third annual picnic Thursday evming 7 oclock at the members and friends of Southeastern tUy A program of Mans flames and stories will be offered by WU1 speak on or and girls around the blazing campIToday It win take place n the lire anJ there win be an Indian chief Prairie church There vlectod by the AI the boys two hour program of comedy j i in the city ure tnvltrd to attend thisand music and the band will PLAINVIEW and Harvey Mlllville rlalted relatives friends here Thurs IJrst and Harold former tho parents of a biiby girl born Surday Ouly QaraJd New in Prank Gardner and family In PICKWICK Private First Robert Bown Imported to Scntt Air Field bass at Bclle wlll be garnei and oontesti for tne chil Ivan Little spent TnurssS day Charles Khelnjans and irere visitors here Thursday with Eugene Blnner and Infant Nancy returned home Friday from the Wabasha Joe Regan and Paul Englart from here will be Included In the musical numbers given on July at Elgin at the Prompt ConTwjlent Insured nationally kdT ftofl Water Ttierei no equipment buy Now only fZJJ5 net per month for the srermffe f Phone 3600 767S Eut Second St A MANHATTAN HILLBILLY This barefooted refncee from Manhattans back to nature on op of a rock in New Yorks Central Glidden WARNER Wallpapert WCKO Watw PainU Artists Supplies Large stock of Framed Flowers to ShutIns spendlcit a tm dedication at the at the athletic day dBlay en routt at the home of his rled and Rov Robert comploied 13 of basic training Btacy Arnold Wood and eon OBIT ana Letile were vlsltora here Thunjdnv and with and Rudolph Tlmm and family and and Aaron Tlmm and fam Hooaler visited relatives and friends here snd Clarence Klleber and visited relatives and mt Lackfleld Air Field San and will now take up radio operat ing In the air field technical and Kniph Plank and James were recent guests at the Ray Jjrown former village 111 at the hone of hln daughter vlsl Money I friends here and Herman Leudtke and son Wai ferlan moved Saturday Ttsltor i the William Brennnn cottnRr to an apart1 Walter Brlesn nndi rnent at Rushforc whiTr Mr Is MrsMartha Klonk visited patients Thursj Lriuftlto and his Wabasha j Victor Hurt township arr Marshall Cook spent Irom Friday to ensaRed In Sunday with relatives and friends at the For the worship scrvce nt II m Twtn Bunday at the Bnptljt the sermon Ur Mrlpeter Hotschulte and topic win bo The Chrlsttnn In Todays Kohn and daughter Bible uMH meet at io a vljlled Jrldar at the Frtddy Miss Clnrn returned tp home near Lake city and also at the Lake Friday spendlnjr a month vLstetl MTS with nnil Rumtama andiclty lomlly at Kock The Rum MrIrvln UUle was tema family furnljius the Thursday visitor j lupport or Miw Schwarti missionary and Alpha and the PicKwick fiapclst church Thursday visitors here with furnishes thr other Miss Schwartz returned to her home in and Louis visited friends here fi Charles Carleton and son Wood In after lour years 8hr expcctR to rrUiTn to ATrlcn Wednesday when her vicaion is She is in MrsLcstc Chrlstjaon will of thp HI thr Decorah Blblo this Helmer Olson on her cousin nrnes nt the Wlnona General hospUnl She also called be hostess j Social club at her home on WedS Matthew Lake ed last week at the home of her sonlu law and and Walter on Free Drews and Har nnd F Cos at the as Miss Lake She Among other Irlends who have attending the Nanc Nettekoven Is to thgCttiei Cos ore culled am Mrs Emu Buecc and and The Cousins and Miss Clara missionary from the Sudan Interior iclt Sunday for the Decornh camp In and Arils pupUs from are also at Saturday uftom and visited nt thf the BnpiJst canip Sunday was a busi ness visitor here The Farm Bureau will spon osr a poster at Minnesota Farm Bureau annual meeting In Peter Pleasant visited relatives and friends here Fred visited friends here will close Harry Johnson and Honey Pocer Wlnon lifodore Braat home visited here Saturday with relatives Whitney vacationed the past and he and Mrs visited and Charles WhU and his his parents Dalp Warren Whltney and and FranIs Qilnn and son Glenn vtsltcri mother a Spring over the and Omnt and Grants Ouy and Nettle spent the Weekend here with John LitUe was a Anone who is side needs the comfort and cheer that fresh flowers Send them yon can depend an us for prompt service finest DIAL 3542 SIEBEECHTS WBTONAS QUAUTT FLORISTS LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDERSSUPPLIES As fast materials become available tor construction you can Oe sure that Botsiords will have See us lor your any BOTSFORD LUMBER COMPANY 75 St Dij THE PAINT DEPOT US Center Street Enjoy a SNACK BREAKFAST at A t R from MAN AND SONS Douglas who made famous wronj way flight to plays with sons Douglas left and Harry ait Los Corrisan still claims 3 compass error lent bis plane to Ireland instead ot WAFFLES Appetizing WHEAT CAKES Flavorful COFFEE ARCHIES SNACK SHOP Corner Third visitor here Lloyd visited j Irlends here and Earl Bateman came urday from Paul to visit relatives andiis ICE FUEL COMPANY UW Eut Second triends and at Woodland and orday visitor here with r Grant motored hre irom Trernpealeau Friday ant cuilfd on old Wends In JJrICharles Krnier and the Th pnrty William Zarllng and family called on Mr nnd Delbert Durgln and daughter ig before visited relatives sad frlendj jg coming to Plckirjci I here the weekis Palklfinti a EritIShifod Bfr Bl Greenwood with reiatlvesig crown colony about 300 miles east and IS of the Stral of actually is made up of approximately 100 COALCOKE Aunt Het Says Nellie says rabbit tastes like chicken the way she fixes but I dont want anything that aint good unless it tastes like something and MrsArthur and easjint spent Saturday Mrand Norman wno have B TljIttoE their Kruger and WUllam Dontng lor a returned Monaay to their borne m j and Mlice Ball and son Michael i and daughter rlsItKJ friends js here i and Stacy Irish and danibten iOail and her I Russell Bovd and otner PBlativeai and triends and MrsConor Herman and son I visited relatives and j friends i mud Kay spent Saturday herr with i and Charles Sagluor and daughters Sharon and came Satuttja to visit her and MrsWilliam and Arthur FolJcert and i visited relatives and Irlends here i Lloyd Melendy and daogh ter and Adolph j and Pay Martin and Walter visited nlatlvu and Irleads aere I and Ralph Coot son BUUe Minneapolis visited relattves here and at Sellogg orer thej and Sari vljlt ed Mendl hen Edward visited Irlends here Dorothy TmJt returned to Rochesters alter visiting her Anna 15 a few is asd Arddl Xnre and j I frlday Jt Telephone 3962 for prompt August Meier Son 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