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   Bruce News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 7, 1949, Bruce, Wisconsin                               rn BKUCB NBws-Lnrra, MUCK, wia Local News and Personals to this column, when >oa j have company, go away, or entertain, please phone J9W. or Din, Earl Hinaus is the relief girl at the Bruce telephone Ralph Caley of Rice Lake is spend- ing this week in Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schultz of Cameron were Bruce callers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Herum of Oaseo spent Sunday here with friends. Mr, and Mrs. Howard and family spent the week end at Durand. un. tavern, takes over April 11. Rev. N. E. Sinninger spent Thurs- day in Minneapolis. Dr. and Mrs. Schultz of Bruce callers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Messmer callers at Rusk Farm on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Adams of Minong spent the week end here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Hanson of Nestor Falls, Canada called' at the Ralph Jenkins home Monday. The Legion Auxilliary met Wed- nesday evening at the basement of the Federated church. I Word has been received here that i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson are visiting at Glendale, Califonia. j Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Keith attended St. Mary's Altar Society met r.tsday at St. Mary's hall. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Arey spent Sunday at Cumberland and Almena. Wisherd took his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wisherd to Canstata, S. Sunday where his father tn-atnitiit for his I lie luueid uui Sunday. Mr. and Mrs E. Wilson of Lady- smith spent Saturday evening at the P. S. Keith home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohl and son Lawrence of Bloomer socnt Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sarah Joyner. Mrs. I. Irwin and daughter Kathy spent Monday and Tuesday in Min- neapolis. iMrs. C. E. Wright arrived home last week from a visit in the part of the state. Earl Johnson of LaCrosse spent Wednesday afternoon at the Clifford Tatro home. Oscar Franks and Mr. Pagel of Ladysmith called at the Clifford Tatro home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jade Lalan and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. Z. Williams at Ladysmith. ,Mr. and Mrs. Keith Garnatz and son spent the week end at IMoose Lake, Minnesota. Mrs. Ike Ryall, Mrs. Ole Iversoa smith callers Tuesday afternoon.  Donald Qnade was a business caller at Rice Lake and Exeland Tuesday. John Kovacevich and Clifford Tatro were Minneapolis callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Quade and Mrs. A. Quade and family of "Turtle Lake spent Sunday at the Clarence and Donald Quade homes. Chief of Police Ray Keiting and Co Commissioner Francis Doughtery of Duluth spent Friday at the Walter Lucas and Jerry Harvey home. Mr. and Mrs. W. >B. Johnson and daughter of Kasson, ,M5nnesota will arrive Saturday for a weeks vacation here and at Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lalan will leave for "Madison Friday morning where Mrs. Lalan enters the Wisconsin General hospital for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Quade spent Friday at Barron and Rice Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R. Whyte end fami'y spent Sunday at the Donald Quade home. Mr. and Mrs. A- C. Mallory arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs. Mallorv's swfor. Mrs. Dallas Britrrt. on their way to their hwtne at LaVeta Colorado from a visit with their daughter at Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. Hugh Cotton, Paul, Bob and Harry Weston of West Bend spent the week end here with their mother; Mrs. Henry Jones who is ill with pneumonia. Mary Frances Valiquette and Bud Ingen of LaCrosse spent the end here at the home of Mary Frances' parents Mr. and data. V. A. Vanquette. Fred Austin went to Cumberland Saturday brought back Walker and Helen Nelson. The girls spent until Sunday afternoon at thetr honea. Mrs. Joyner entertained at two tables of bridge Tuesday at her in honor of Patmie Sutton and Me- of Hay Otoft, InaloM, Qfr. aa4 S. F SatwfeT- Mr. Robert returned Monday and 1-is parents will come hack F'irtnv Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Bo yd McNulty of Coleraine. Mrs. Clem Grady of Duluth and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whalen of Minneapolis ven? week end quests at the Dr. -M. L. Whalen home. L. A. Fox and 'Mrs. Ruth McMahou and grandniece Dianne Fox all of Sioux Falls, South Dakota spent Saturday and pait of Sunday here with Mr. Fox' cousin, John Aivey. Mrs. Lyle Pritchard of Bloomer, Mrs. Tony Berard of Hayward and James H. Tietz of Chippewa Falls visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Heyman on Sunday afternoon. Mis. Berard remained to spend the v. eek. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Mr. Mid Mrs. George Williams of Barron. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Williams of Rice Lake and Dr. and Mrs R. J. H. Wei her and family of Bruce spent Sunday at the F. W. Williams home and helped Mr. Williams to celebrate his birthday. SERVICES HELD FOR CHRISTIAN CARLSON, 68 A former Ladysmith resident, Christian Carlson, 68, who was well known in the Bruce community, suffered fatal injuries March 26 at Hammond, Indiana, when he tried ta trass a street in a blinding rain. Struck by a ear driven by C. J. Krug of Hammond, Mr. Carlson died in a hospital shorty after the accident. Funeral services were held last week Tuesday at Hammond with the Rev. G. (R. Krupp officiating. The body was then sent -to Ladysmith for further services Wednesday at Z p.m. from Ritger's to the Hope Lutheran church, with Rev, Henry Erickson officiating. Interment was made in Mr. Carson was born June 9, 1880, at Heddemarker, Norway. He was united in marriage to Mary Martin- son also of Norway. They went to Ladysmith May 17, 1900 where they lived until 1931, when Mrs. Carlson passed away. Mr. Carlson has since resided with his son, Edwin, in Hammond, Ind. To this union there were born seven children: Edna Irene who preceded him in death while in infancy; Rose Scoville, Robert Carlson and Walter Carlson, ill of Chicago; Ed of Ham- mond, Martha EaSctnan of Min- neapolis, and (Margaret Knudson of fergus Falte, Minn. Surviving are also 16 grandchidren and 5 great grandchildren. Mr. Carlson was employed at the Ladysmith paper mill and the Flambeau Lumber company for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson were charter members of Hope Qamua Wm tUla St Hat, vat LOAMS j ST MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH j Sunday Masses and o'clock, Week day Masses at o'clock. JCovena Services every Friday eve- ning at Any other devotions will be an- rounced. i I FATHER KEIL. Pastor. BKITE FEDERATED CHURCH j N. E, SINMNGER. Supply j a. m. Sunday School Palm Sunday will he observed as "Witnessing Day" in this church. It will be more important to attend this service even than Easter service. Holy Communion wi'l b? 1 on Maundy Thursday night. April 14. 1 Open to all Christians of -any name or order." jBETHANY UTHERAN CHURCH 1 J. MITTELSTAEDT, Pastor Sunday morning services at 10, Sunday school at Confirmation instructions Saturday at 10 a. m. The Lenten service in Holy Week will Q uiiAL. to. be held on Good Friday at p. m. with Holy Communion. Herbert Goff home. Mrs. Rebecca Dyar returned from Chicago Saturday night where she has been visiting her daughter, Mable. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bates of St. Paul spent the week end with te lelatives heie. Mr and Mrs. Harold Martindale and the twine Sunday puests at the Robert Martindalo home. Mr. Off of f hu-ajro had a load of siding deliver- ed to his place here and Walter and John Atwood are putting it on his house. This place he purchased last from George Jordan. Lutheran church. During the last four years Mr. Carlson was custodian of a school in Hammond. He was deeply loved by all children, teachers and members of the faculty, Ho leaves behind a host of friends. I AMACOY LAKE -u -D Mrs. Charles Atwood spent Wed- nesday afternoon with her aunt, Katherine Stroh, in Bruce, The Midway Homemakers Club was post- poned last week because of the storm It will meet April 7 with {Mrs. Hattie Sorenson. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Herbert Goff, Mrs. Charles Atwood, Mrs. Walter Atwood, IMrs. Earl Goff and daughter, Mrs. Audie Christian- son Jr., Mrs. Ore Van Solen and Mre. Ruth Hoff attended a party at the Louis Koehler home in Weyerhauser. Little Tommy Hoff has been ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoff of Ladysmith spent Wed- nesday evening of last week at the Cruce Theater APRIL 8 9 DOUBLE FEATURE HEART VIRGINIA' Mini LOffftr DAMQ Shows at and SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY APRIL 10 11 12 my to. tltefr me to SPECIAL j SUNDAY DINNER f Virginia Baked Ham I Roast Chicken I Served From 12-8 p.m. JOHN MITCHELL -Chef- LEROY'S BAR CAFE 9 i i i 5 TEL. 79 BRUCE Q. BRUCE ELECTRIC SHOP Electric Wiring Motor Repairing Day or Night Service 94 ARNOLD FELLER E. H. P. A. Approved Electrician Contractor No. C-2981 EarlJ.Conley Post No. 268 Bruce, Wis. OfiOROfi GIBSON, Coma. WILBUR NELSON, Adjt Mettinc of month. WE8TINGHOU8B MOTOROLA ZENITH COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE Rudyt Radio Service Laiymith oa Tborp's COHVMI- term moy Thorp biwttii affiea. JOHN LOVES .MARY For Low Cost Insurance See Bruce Phone 127 NEWS iM M. DATE FOR DINNER Shows at and WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY APRIL 13 14 TRUCKS PARTS SERVICE R. D. Jenkins BRUOt, WIS. S a S E Livestock Wanted Highest Market Prices Paid _______for butcher stock.________ Custom Butchering See us for reasonable rates. We buy livestock, hides poultry 5 I BRUCE Bruce Gash Market WISCONSIN mamutmiiic Pickup Service Every Mon- day and For cleaning and laundry needs. JUST PHONB aai WE'LL PICK UP WHAT TOU HAVE TOBKCLBANBD Also Hat Cleaning and Blocking. Hats brought into shop by Tuesday will be ready Saturday. Orders taken for ready made men's or women's suits and coats.______________ We re-finish leather and suede PETER PAN CLEANERS Matt Goodman, Owner Phone 135-W Bruce BUILT OUR REPUTATION ON Svwict HOLIDAY roa CAIOMH I MibflM H MfVfaB MM Kovacevich Bros.   

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