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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1948, Winona, Minnesota 1O THE WTNONA RKFUBJLICANHERAIJ AUGUST WINONA AREA NEWS LAKE CITY PETERSON and Miss Diaraaa and aad jna noaraoes aioo epraeue and and Clifford 3 Sunday at the home at Adolph Jacobson and MHa Henry and Stanley Llndstedt and ot arrived Satur Jpend several days visiting at home ot her and Mr otto Lehr entertained ne taotr guests Sunday the aeura uncle and James of and Louis Prelnelt and and Eldon Breuer Jett Tuesday ror motor trtP through northern Minnesota and points In Canada Miss Mary Sprague Is spending months vacation at the home ol her and Chester Hno will continue her studies at the Secretarial school this and entertained mate Sunday and Jaeobsoiv and Kathleen and and Nell Counpsh Minneapolis and John KneKel and and Merral Monterey Our Saviors Ladles Aid Annst The hostesses Mesdaraeft Clarence Inger Sunday afternoon and strpper guests of Beverson were her sonin law and and RosJd Flnaeger and La Mon day vKltora were Nellie Ruite and Barbara mete Gilbert Lee and Clifford Roy Olson attended shower at the Ronald Johnson rriday after Miss Oleslne trrired Thursday evening for a visit at the home ot and Other guests were Maynard Olness and daughter Bonnie and and Conrad and Elmer spent the weekend aC the Gilbert Ltf and Johnson a picnic Sunday evening wtth the Sydnr Johnson Ferdinand Boynm an and Johnson and dang at the litters In hon ARCADIA and Lambert tTrbiek and fsm and La Verne BJorge and and Eugene Slopatek and and Peter and family and Mm Ntelc family a birthday party In honor ot Edward Urblcic at his home In Wtnonm KELLOGG and WlUlam Torrance cf La ter at Charles were recent visitors at the home of their sliter and brotherin and Earl and Floyd Cooper and family nd Dsvld BMTlcg of visited last week at the homeof Mary and Robert Barton of North ton Mlw Mary Donahue attended the funeral of John Hefternon at Paul Mon Thomas daughter Dorothy and sons Jay and Thomas and WUlj McCarthy of attended the funeral of their father and grandfather at StAgnes Catholic eharch Thursday ream spent Sradsy at the Walter Dngan VIM Mildred and Mrs Ralph Brlcker and family and Donald Brtcker of Paul were Sandsy visitors at the of their Eliza beth and Clarence Johnson and fam ily and Peter Johnson returned Sunday from a weeks vUlt with relatives In North Ed Huth and children were Tuesday visitors at the home of and Hennan DonaM Tlmmsen and son vrfto have bee visiting In New returnee Friday and Tlmmsen have rented the upstairs apartment oflatore at their resort Waller Wolfes I and son Of Balers Prank Krucer and family ari were the oj and rived for a few days visit at the i home of her and Fran icls MrsEhel Erpeldlng and Tom Erpddlng were visitors In Thurs A sroup of young people drove to th I Fred Ls Checia hproe Saturday fvf here they visaed and Fred 4 Cecil Weir reports that her son Arnold of Wabasha was severtly as Ihe result of an explosion of a pasolin Koy Maahs They len Friday for Kk River accompanied by Rev Two re woh for hi ttves and friends Knelfel ancjjhomi He K Ahunan carae to visit their mother and Oscar Hans Jacob who Is a patient lunlly Mr and Mn SSnsftSS SS Peter arrived Johnson had as Monday to spend several days with his family at Pepln and John Jdlndworth were Sunday gnesw at the home of and Pred weekend their daughter Doris Halvor Olson and granddaughter and Charley Wha uci jar and jurs at the oden Dahl sum Sunday afternoon visitors wer home on the Oanfllnt and Rocheste Henry Arnejon will leave Sun day with her and Donald Saiap for the latters home at Araeson and Otto will return to their homes after a twoweek and Hemphlll enter tained as Sunday and Dostal and of and Henry New were guests Tuesday and Wednesday of and William Sergeant Douglas Helos of the Air Force left Sunday for San after spending the past month a the borne of his Lena Heins Douglas spent the past year In Tokyo and plans to return there In the near future to resume his duties t clerktypist at the classification and Harley Eggenberger enter tained members of their card club Sun day evening at their High score to and Harold Marys unit met at Hugh McConnoehle and son Dam and Bay Pilot Tudahl and Mr and Earl Hoff and Hans Tudahl were to La Crosse Sunday to visit Mrs who has been a patten there since undergoing a major operatic last Tudahl satisfactory the home of Leo Wiley this after and Lon Nagle and daughter and Norman were Sunday guests at the home of Nagles brotherinlaw and Harley Miss Marilyn Reko returned to Austin for a week at the Naglo and days returned Sunday after a and and La Vern Herron returned Sunday after a week at Yellow Lake near and Fenwlck th weekend with and Ara and and Robert Hole mattng Weekend visitors or and A Smaby were and Louis Rlebau and Edward Petenon were Sunday guests of am Palmer and Frank Henderahott and two were Monda1 visitors at the Carl Johnson and H Tlllman Smaby accompanied Mn Edwin to Houston Sat urday where they served as Judges at the flower Mary Bartlett who Is visiting her soninlaw and and Mrs Elder Johnsrud at Albert spent Wed nesday and Thursday In She accompanied her daughter who Went to Miss Sarah Sheehan Is spending this week with friends lo Anna Bartela will entertain at a picnic and birthday party for her twins carl and who will he 13 year old Friday the The party will held at the home of the twins and Martin Lanon and Paul were weekend guests or and William Zlellnskl arrived Tuesday from Cape to spend a lew dayi In Lake Sttf hat as her house Evelyn Roch Zlellsskl In the former MurleJ MlM Ottlo Mae s student Iowa State was a cunt Tues day at the home of and and Harvey Roeraer La and Louie Sarasota are guests at the home of Mrs Carl and Byron Bishop en route form Md to their wme in were Friday Dlan who accompanied them to returned home with Campion and and Phillip Smaby and have spent several days with his and Mrs N J The DecOrah Iowa was guest speaker In Our Saviors church Sunday During services the Infant son of and Vtrgll Holm qulst was and named William The sponsors were and Mrs Carl Rude and the maternal grandparentsi and and Olness and son were vlsiton In Mabel Wednesday at the Halvorson and Johnson and Mr and Clarence Andenon spent Sun day In Minnie Thompson and Miss Agnette Martinson were guesti of and Mn Bert Prankron at Houston Relatives have been advised of the lrth of an eightpound son August 8 to Technical Sergeant and Oerhard Olstad at Rapid Mrs OUtad the former RoUyce and returned Tuesday after a weeks trip through to return Ing via North Smma Kelly and Billy were Monday guests at the Howard Klrkwood and returned Crtw were dinner guests at the home of then returned w Chicago Thursday Ralph j of the held a special i A jamUr reunion was held at the home mtettag in hall Thursday afterof Bnd Paul Schmoker and Kenneth Gutch and fam ir OJ and and John Bdcker and family of River were among those and Paul Schmoker and and Gntch visited last Wednesday at River at the John Brtcter Maurice Thonen of Grand Meadow was taken to the Elizabeth hospital Henry Kirch and daughter Mary Ann attended a wedding in Wmona Sat urday and Howard Banof and Eugene Barr and daugh Monday Irom a vacation In aorthim while there they the guests of and Edward Stubbt aad at Chlsholm they visited and Ell They returned la northern visiting Eleanor Chapman and at aad and Arthur t their summer home at and Oregor arrived Tuesday for a Islt at the home of the latter4 Eric Turners Market Quality Meats 165 East Third Home Made Sausage Telephone 3450 LARD Carton FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS END CUT PORK CHOPS LEAN SLICED BACON ENDS PAUL HAAKE 429 OKDEB FKEDAT FOR Dial Broadway SATTJEDAI DELIVEHY S026 DEZJTEBT DAYS THttESDAJ AND SATURDAY WE CLOSE WEDNESDAY AT STRICTLY FRESH Country Eggs Ungraded MIRACLE WHIP 69c Quart Velveeti Cheese JO FLOUR 50 Lbs Ice Cream Freering Mii IVOKT UDE 2S69c SPRY S Oirdol rt or Lrrx Flakes Vel aCvJC Boc A iL ELBERTA California Juice Oranges Early Ohio 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