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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1948, Winona, Minnesota                              THE WIHOTA JTJtY AtetuA SARATOGA RIDGEWAY a Ice cream social it home of and Prank yrappler Sunday afternoon and Sapper also win be All ire CENTERVILLE The Trt School Woricers 4HJ EYOTA Ralph Plank rlftcctl at home of and Boy to La Crowe and friends trom Chatfleld and celebrated the birthday of John Bach at tbe LooiA Predicate home 8tm MWCWO picnic fonnerly ej arc parents of a AH Tuesday at Marys antf Mm day and Wednesday at the George Paij tenon i Vlto Loa wo home truest of her Harvey Miller from Wednesday until Buni John Is ELGIN and Diuh and Wesley a week his Paul at Deer River and Vito Muitio and Harvey Miller i and Harrlsand called at the Clarence Lubfcie Maooa cwne Sunday and the Pred Schuttt Beth1 spend few dayi with and jotto Saratoga Womens club picnic was and Bob Dennis and children hfld In the Dovr and Eva Still were tnlav and and Herman Elefson In Dooglaj Jhe Moon officiated at the funeral of Herman racle of RaadslJ at the Vine Funeral Ralph Huih Sunday a ihc Carl Prederlcison spent the weekend with and Harvey and Wilbur Batiel and and sfereon Abbott and cJadhj were Sunday supper gueata at the John Waleh and were wvckend at the Robert AbbottPred Hojton and Helton jspent Wednesday with friends BE ter Patty and and Harry PrecherjJohn Batzel and daughter and J and Walter Wandrow and Hflen spent last week daachMr werewith and John weekend guests of their and Mesdames Ralph Neil iWae Breummer and daughter Irene Oust Emma Peniike and son Albert and j companled and Glenn Mft Clifford Johnson and to the Twin Cities spent Sunday with Minnie j and Edward Rossln and Linda were Sunday dinner guests ol and Edward Ntlain at and and Harry Precner and George Koepsell lelt Wednesday for daughter were Sunday callers at the Gust home at Snn after spend and Mtrton Abbott and and Leonard and Albert Klrkwood and son DRESBACH Barters plane Carson an this at the WlilUni Ocrdeft home at Mrs Veryl and Mil Sunday to a ew iayi ALMA ROLLINGSTONE FAIRWATER at the home at and Joba and GotUeb at home ot and Lawsj DonaltfAon lut Pormer resiJ danta ot tlUa thJs Is the flra time they have been for 40 Mrt Edna Ltbrtng spent several Sunday rJaltors at the of and Leonard Rrilacd cade home from the were and on and Bernard SieCer Sunday of and John SteJTes and daugh ter Bertel Pepln and Miss Shirley Glenn and Mlas Coye Kell were to Tues Turtcn and MlM and Carl of called on und Leon Sherwooti Bernard SleCes and Leon Sherwood was a calltr to Winona las and Mr Carl Zastrow called at the home of the ItiUers parents in MllTiile Wilfred Sohner and daughter and La Sun jrhere they attended Bran Church Miss Hltt was D uj turned Sunday Mas Alice r and fclli visiting Jntnds at Hat TOCltl Ian week rtttttng relates in Buth visiting her daughtei and Hugh M Tlal Archie attended the on Mrs W Hawkins La Crosse was and also returned alter at the home of and Mrai Guests at the Walter Capps rehle Donaldson last were Melvln Butzrcan daugh Louis irueBta of and Leo family Stlehm Is spending a weeks on a Miss Teresa and and Jerome were Sunday Rtiests of and ITiomas Spelts and Edward and Edward spent Sunday and Mrs Leon Shtrwpod called In Thurdjy visited a Sihe Oocu son Drnnli acj corapanled and redj to Ridsrway Sunday to visit at thHerman Goiuh Dcnnu t for R his Chrisj Kaniieth apeot wmkend at the home ot Ovetu at the home Sunday were and Pnd Woll and Paul and Pmnk Roy Krau and family and and Harry Wlnona and I Arthur Ladewlj and and Augrut Ladt wig celebrated her Mth and Henrr Buns and BTrlynn accompanied by Har olll ojrosky and Joann Kay and spent Sunnily at the Qome of Mrs O C and Arthur Scballer and Janice and and were dinner guests I drainer all of La and Edward RiVers at the home ol and Peter Freej Marys Rocriester man Hugh Donaldson accompanied by aad Pred and were Saturday visitors Robert La attended for a few Her danjli at the home of and Bryceja family reunion of the Thill family ac Carroll smith took net orer by the home ot and WUllam Schnee and Lawrence andl dicker at Salem last Wednesday family attended a Vrlew fanitly gathering I CappsSchoeraan wpddlay Satarday momj MJ58 Rivers and Miss Hattie nK IXUlet spent Sunday afternoon a Rochi W1U went to Moa1 MWr and River 1 for a few Her Dorothea i and Richard Stoos nod daughi weekend with at Spring Valley Wilbur Uoirmke were rapper gueitt at the home o and CaroJ Rossi ID West Concord The and Moore were dinner truests at the home of and Tfilrile In Rochester and Rolnecke visited Wandtow CHARLES and emertal and Slrney yrellsen and over the and S Eight members of the Drwbach Randy workers 4H dub attended the 4H Ac helvement day at Wtnona last Each of the members entered an exhibit ot the work done on projects in Barbara and Diane Carson each gave a Other members attendingwere James and Betty Uda aad Peter UehUns Alice their lead accompanied the members to Wlnona and assUted in Judging the hoTnemaklne and Oscar Olson and daugh and Rudolph Sharon and and and attended a family birthHarry Maas visited Georgia Herman Aihlandi wlBj over her Henry m Lake City and Paul Ptoe and Art Pries and Miss Beverly Knndert attended a family gather Ing at the Donald Hanson home lag weak ai rhe Koepjell dar Party her family at Harry Koepsell jGtUllinore In Rochester and Bole and Marlys Wednesday for to visit i jjMlM Bole for Beveral Qj and EdwardRossln and Linda j wore Sunday supper and evening guesta at Mra and Lydiai The ladies flre auxiliary met at the Donald Thursday A new electric Albert Ibrke and Ihrke Neumetiur made a business trtp ter spent the to Paul Mr and Mrs Art Stooe a Bolland Zirrow and MUs Rita Gengler and Paul and Richard ponrd ihelr o of Tliny uUJ meei at the Leon Sherwood and Fred Hfuer and caLed In Farmers are threshing in thjs Nict Deckers mar June is and Carl guests of Pred and Era ma Zastrow av dinner LaVonne and Schnieder called on her Ethel and family spent the past week the Ed Kalmes and Ray Fiber homes daughter accompanied and Robert West are the parents ot a daughter born July Engelke will be remembered as Miss Mary Ellen Fountain Previous to her employment at MUwaai kee and her she ww employed aa a child welfare for the Buffalo are spending two weeks with County Welfare department DODGE After spending a month with hla grand and Matt Thomas Stohr has returned to his home at Sunday visitors at the Frank Zlnow were and Joseph Vow Miss Lnrille Meinen of Cllppewa Weekend company at the Ida McCabe home were and Thomwi McCon and Emll relatives and Groups nine and ten of the Rosary society are sponsoring a at Jascew hall Emll Olentlnskl and Leo Gibbons are chairmen of the respective A son was born to and Domonic Wcency July 15 at the GaJesvllle Prank has completed a two STOCKTON and Fred TVolf and were recent visitors at the home of their Johanna Lade and Edwin Hande and Whetitone returned Saturday to her home In City i the week with her and John and MUs Ruby Wh pis George and Xlu MOM spent Saturday aTUr noon and vere supper gvesta of church Worship ier rtres and Sunday school wljj held at the repular umc Sunday A paper drive will be winduetwi r and Mrs Keli and Robert and Mil are the wnk at home of and Chris and Paul and Jajnea stunmer course at the La State Teaeherfi and daunhUr Minrvapo The and i Levan and and tally at tbe home of Mr and Vernoid Cordes at Byron Sun left onday to take up their permanent home and Paul Schroeder were M day callers at the home of and Mrs Lincoln Schroeder in Miss Dixie Lee Pine visiting her and Mrs i MI nou uri jivuir ni T r1 nil i Burke family and i Ctrlun dinner park drove to Wltokn nd other on the Bums Valley and am Welch and i were Friday evening caUers at Raymond Whkow made a bnnlneisi irlp to Rochester Imataiio7 Mix Irom Wlnona for K lew ri his ooune at A food by the Sunshine at I TREMPEALEAU A family picnic win held Trem Arthur Joneu and Dr nnd Ed Benjamin and were Sunday callers o and I Charles and Joseph Clemens attended a family picnic at and Fred Dubbels were Sunday supner guttu at the home of and Lloyd Wilson In and Dayton RJ were Sunday dinner guests the Leo Moerjnke and Alton Hovern and and Albert Alma were Sunday visitors at the home of and Thomas Larry Monroe returned with them for a short and Andrew Rosch and and MorJtz Andlng and Zumbro and Matt Kan sas city were Sunday dinner guesu at the Clarence Riley and Ellsworth Oruhlke were visitors at the home ol and Kermlt Zimmerman Sunday In Red and Louis were Sunday guests at the home of her brotrwrlnlaw and and Herman Luverne and Leland aammel returned them for a few Kreed and and Tom Wejmon and were Sunday callers at the home of Mr and Frank and Gordon Herrick ana family and cad Vernon Herrlck and tomHy visited a the Walter Herrlck homo In Mfflville Sunday has been ordeed Manwrt spent and cMr Tnd spent Arnold and Balnea and La ln and accompanleii back to Indiana where they will vlalt relatives this Dora 8t anno Richardson and Betty were Sunday callers at the home of and Clarence and Harold De Oarmo and Mary visited at the home of and Floyd Jennings in Vlro qua William was a guest at the Jones home Irom Wednesday to The Eyota Eastern Star and Mason members and their families held a Joint picnic Sunday at Silver Former members rrora Rochester and Dovqr were and Jack Hartford arc visiting this week at the horn and Einll BreiinskL ot Hlb and and Richard Brom J and daughters and and and David Noll and had a picnic at Fountain City spent the weekend at the Louis Noll Pat who Is attend ing summer school at visited his parents over the weekend accomoaaled the tolls Co Other com pany the Noll residence Is and and Maivln Wlcka and daugh spent Sunday with relatives James Holland and Mary Ann and left for Holllngstone Frank Noll of whoTuesday to visit at the Edward Holland came for a visit of several days They hud spent five days at the with and Theodore Averbeck Is also here Company at the home of Clara Thursday were here two Wilbur Johnson and Chester Knight both of Eau and Schrelber and son left Sunday and are spending a few days at the and Curtiss Beers and two Glenzinskl of her and Mrs Melvin i West are vlsitl LEWISTON The Misses Verds and Ruth Wl and Frieda 3ert Sunday evening for to the Herman Roth family and other Tie Dorcss Society of the Johns and Tim are spending a lew weeks at the home of his Mlsi Josephine and Raymond Ernst and were dinner quests Sun day at the home of and Mrs Will De Robert EJclle is visiting this week at the home ol and Alex Muras n and Oscar Hollen and Ms Mlnda Hollen were Sunday gunsts at tic John Hovden home in Arthur Schellhammer spent Sun day at the home of her and Carl steege in Zumbrota Miss JosephlM Cassidy rerelveii her B A degree from Wlnona State collsup and wilmer Ihrke and family days at the home of and Monday they attended iw Ing a fewiLutfceran church is having an ice creani Johnsocla Saturday evening on the church the wedding or Miss Ann Harry and Ivan at the Lawrence Catholic church Miss Patty Zlrzow spent lew days with her grandparents nt nnd Lester Schwnrt and son Eau spent the weekend at the Emily Schwark Schwark and son remained for a lew days visit here and with relatives at Company at the Ruben home are and Robert Glbbins and and Bachnuber chil June Ellen and re turned Sunday after a twoweek vacauon trip to Miss Qertrude Achenbach who Is em and were weekend guests with and Mayer Gremeisbach is attending the Aquatennlal at Minneapolis a few Clarence Mllde will be hostess to the Mislsonary Society ol the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon at her The assisting hostess will bt Floyd I Pred Jackson will have charge of devotions and Win will give the and Merle Benson and family drove to Iowa returning home Monday Ida Nussloch returned home from California alter a months visit with rela I Mr and Mra ntmnlrf nTs g SS5 ssra As and William Towner ware week Clarence Min Robert Dlckermann Elgin M Artnur Miss Minnie were Sunday supper guests st the home or Mr and Clarence Mrs Oscar an1 daughter isited her mother Mary Ardlth v Bronner at Granger 119 East Third BUY WITH CONFIDENCE Our Fresh Fridta and Art Better FREE 2379 CALIFORNIA ELBERTA FREESTONE PEACHES Highly Colored 1 Full NEW HOME GROWN POTATOES EXTRA FANCY HOME GROWN TOMATOES were Sunday supper guests of f their son and family at La Mr an FLY SPRAY AND BUG BOMBS Free Delivery er girl and the reception at the Emli Teskc Jessesslty and Hubert en Joyad a fishing trip at Birch a few days last callers at the Lawrence Bush home and Qlenn Binrbaum were Minneapolis visitors Wednesday and Chris Allen visited the home of their soninlaw and daueh and Leroy Jensen in Roch and Ear Seed and spent Thursday and Friday Raymond Krnst and Marbel Allred Ryder visited at the home of Mr and Arnold Port IMld Laurence Bush spent the weekend with his i and Henry Behnken and visited at the Henry Theel home In Stewartvllle and Beiersdorf were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Harry Pdestegard In Minneapolis Miss Ruth Bierbaum was the piest of Miss Mary Ann Schmidt In White Bear this The Misses Betty Schecht and Lavonne and the Misses Bus i Vcra Eunice Kansas and Beverly Witsel and son Bobby arrived by plane at Rochester Mon day They will come to Trem pealeuu and spend three wcoks with Hiimlltons wililam ani Clifford have purchased the property known as the Putman home from and Prank who will re turn to Chicago soon Joseph Fountain who recently purchased the large stone build Ingon Main street formally known as the JHuakey store from William drover will take paslesston October 1 Orover will dispose ol her antloues soon as and Howard Cllbtx and fam arcen who have been vis iting his relatives and have returned and Leland Moehnke and family and and John Moennke were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Richard Dorn in Lewlston and Chicago spent a few days this week at the home of her sister and and Arthur and Jones and Earl Jones and children accompanied Her bert Anderson ant daughter Krlstcn to Wlnona Monday where she returned to after a months stay with her parents and Keefe and family attended a Pierce family reunion at the Clare Lawler home In StewartvlUe Sunday and Harold Henry Wurst and Herbert were Sunday guests at the Some of Mr and La Value Wednesday Walter Jule Schilling and Miss Tjrsula Gross visited and Richard Hem at Hem is the former Mary Jane tJoRle of this Frad Schwaab and of are visiting at tin Prank Harry Monday morning they at tended the wedding of Miss Jo Ann Harry and William Ivan Denefl at Lawrence church and surprised her on her was given a gilt by the NOTICE The RepublicanHerald main tains a special delivery aenrice to deliver papers to subscrib ers in the city who ma have been missed bj regular car THIS SERVICE IS MAINTAINED DNTIL OCLOCK EACH CALL 3321 SHIRTS LAUNDERED SHIRTS LAUNDERED SHIRTS LAUNDERED JOHNSMANVILLE I ASPHALT TILE at Its KODAK for QUALITY EACH WITH FAMtXT BTJNDLE 2QCEACH INDITIDCAtLr Quick 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