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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Brainerd, Minnesota Page Foli the Brainerd Dau v d Spayth brain pro Minn in a saturday. December 4. I94> red Cross Rug cutters Pequot lakes i a 4 min Hope Bakken who teach at cold Aine arrived Home wednesday to spend the thanksgiving week end with Hei parents. Or. And mis j. P Bakken will he Given Friday dec. 3, in the High school gym. A three act mystery play entitled Quot Jimmy Vohn sons Yob staff sgt. Fail i lifgren been awarded the army Good conduct medal for exemplary behaviour efficiency and Fidelity. Earl is now mrs. Ole Risnes and Hei sister. It toned at Camp Maxey. Texas. Thine a let Rief recite from to Weir Job of boosting the morale of fifth army men at the italian front a in of red Cross workers boost their own morale by Rug cutting with g. I. Partners. Dancers at a a a it Are pfc. Clyde Burgess Talca ga., and Lois Bernry Fallon in c companions in Jive Are Mary Ross Mohen Onawa la., and pvt William Maderra Ray and. 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Bertha Monson returned Home tuesday from Graettinger Iowa. Where they had been visiting relatives the past two weeks. Corp Orin Smith who has been Home on a furlough from Hando Texas returned to Camp on Friday. Mrs. Smith was unable to accompany him due to business matters. She will join her husband again in the near futile mrs. George Knutson accompanied mrs Bill Wells to Rochester while taking math Anderson Back to the Hospital. Mis Wallace Wilmai k entertained several ladies wednesday afternoon. Mrs a. S Rasmussen was called to Backus sunday afternoon due to the serious illness of her Mother mrs. Kina Hendrickson. Beryl Reppeto. Who is attending the u. Of a spent the miss Ann Tweed of Kansas City who is employed in the Federal re j serve rank in that City is spend ing her vacation at the Home of her parents. Or. And mrs Hans Tweed. I miss Alice Benson spent the week end in the twin cities. Mrs. J. P. Brennan of St. Cloud spent thanksgiving at the Home of her son. Joe Brennan and family mrs. Helen Wilson and Niece Little Sara Eyers returned from be Mars Iowa. Saturday where mis Wilson had been called by the Sei i Ous illness of her Mother. Mrs. L. T Pfieffer left monday for Chester 111., to attend the funeral of a Nephew. Ensign William Pfieffer member of Navy air corps who was killed in an air plane crash at Camp in Georgia. Mrs. Carl Musolf left Friday for Minneapolis to visit her daughter. Mrs. Luetta Hutton. Mrs. D. Bishop Ente tamed St thanksgiving holidays with the r tuesday evening Danei in Honor Home folks returning sunday after j or on a Charles birthday. Those present were Ellen Beggs. Helen Schrader and Robert Martinson. To i t u s k i7 to Quot j i ,1 1 in. Ii it s it i 4 is p.,1 am Lull i in ii la to w a 21 is 5? or cd 1 is 2ft i a to m ii Raj it r n a a a a a a a u u in 34 is 55 my ii a j6 i 4k 42 of i 43 1 44 a is 41 is in a he a a m Ai a a so we or. 5l i i u is if % is 54 i it 4 noon. Mis. Rosalie Carpenter and son. Lon. Spent the week end in St. Paul with her grandmother. Or. And mss. Walter Spotnitz entertained at sunday dinner or. And in. Tony Rabak and mis Emma Warner of Jenkins. It a the birthday of mrs. Warner and or Rabak. Mrs. Otto Lund spent thanksgiving with her daughters in Minneapolis. Or. And mis m c. Hailey of Marshall ate visiting at the allo Hailey Home during the Hunting reason. The l t. Pfieffer family spent thanksgiving with her sister and family the Wilder ohs. In Bemidji. Bill Hasbrouck who has been employed on the alaskan Highway at fort St. John Canada returned Home on saturday mrs. Hasbrouck met him in St. Cloud. Pequot lakes Junior class play for fuel Oil phone 866 Consumers Oil co. Ninth and Laurel Quality Ury phone 59-w cleaning select dry cleaners attention a we fix Flats a Oil Bange a full line of oils and grease. Deep Rock service station eighth and Maple errand for q-74 by Dakota Taylor off to Porz Wieimer s chapter xxvii Imhof thought a moment. A give a a me your room key a he said to Pat. He went downstairs. Tile Porter was at the desk. Imhof went to the mail and key dovecote and looked in his pigeonhole. A i was expecting a message but its not Here a he said to the Porter. A see if its not somewhere around in your preserve. Its rather the Porter turned away to investigate and Imhof quickly effected the Exchange of keys on Schroeder Shook. A nothing has come sir a said tie Porter looking up. Paths key Hung motionless on Schroeder Shook and Schroeder a key was snug in Imhoff a pocket. A a that a strange a he said seeming a Little put out. A Well see it s put in my Box the minute it comes please a he ordered and mounted the stairs. In less than a minute he was in and out of Schroeder a room with the bag. A Check up on it a he bade Pat after opening it with a key from Schroeder a key ring. A everything present a she pronounced after checking. A it would be a said Imhof. A but we can to just lug this out brazenly with us a objected Pat with a troubled frown. A a they la know its Imhof frowned too. A a in be got it a he said Atter some thought. A kill two Birds with one once again he descended to the lobby where the clerk had taken tile Porter s place. This time he a unsuited Hie Telephone directory. A want to do me a favor a he asked the clerk. A Call up the Mannheimer while i look up some other Manta i i want to ring the clerk went to the Telephone an old fashioned unenclosed Wall instrument and proceeded to put through the Call. Imhof meanwhile leafed through the directory and jotted Down a couple of numbers at random. A Mannheimer Werke a asked the clerk. A a in la take it a said Imhof making for the Telephone. A a Mannheimer Kriegs a he inquired. A i wish to speak to former lieutenant Schroeder please. Delivery Pilot. A after some delay Imhof was told that Herr Schroeder was not there. A very Well. Thank Imhof softly depressed the receiver Hook which was out of sight of the clerk thus breaking the connection. A i wish you would a he went on smoothly into the now dead transmitter. A yes ill hold the he slipped a weight on the receiver Hook to keep it Down and covering the transmitter with his hand called confidentially to the clerk a a Schroeder a there. They re getting a hello hello a he resumed after a fitting pause. A that you Schroeder. This is Rudolph Fleischer. No no Only. What a that speak louder. Of glad of that. Listen Schroeder. Re Here s a Friend of yours Here a or. Ritter. Yes. Well he was expecting you to meet him Here this evening he says and. Of i see. Ii Tell him. No he seemed a bit put out that Sall. I quite understand and so will he. Goodby then if we. Hello hello what a favor. Of course. What is it. his face fell a Little. A Well you see i was thinking of taking Lima out for a Little fling tonight. Our last Day Hole probably. I was thinking of Pforzheimer a. What. Yes that i can do. Then ill leave it there for you. No done to apolo i Gize pie a get. Oiada to a it. Imo trouble. A Black bag. Of the Black Valise. In be got that straight. Yes under the bed in your room. Its All right really i Tell you. Good a in removed the weight Hung up and made a Little face at the clerk. A the says he tried to Call up or. Ritter Here and the line was Busy. J think he forgot All about hitter if you ask me. I wish people ask favors they know you can to refuse a he went on irritably. A Schroeder has to have a bag of his and can to come and get it himself. Wanted me to bring it to him go Way out to that place on our last night Here i told him id lug his bag to Pforzheimer s and leave it for him. That a some help anyway. Well now i have to go Tell Ritter the Little the clerk listened politely. Still grumbling Imhof lifted paths key off Schroeder Shook and Betook himself upstairs. Rejoining Pat he packed Schroeder a clothes on the top of the flying kit then closed it. Sending Pat Down ahead Imhof locked All the doors pocketed Hie keys then followed. He waited until she had got rid of the clerk on an errand before descending to the lobby. When the Man returned Imhof was closing the front door behind the imaginary by departed doctor while Pat rolled her eyes. I thought he was never going j he sighed a a Nice enough Little Man but of my a Imhof Hung Schroeder a key on the Hook and they returned upstairs pre Mably to dress for their evening out. At 10 30 they descended with the Valise. Imhof Hung up their two keys and with a disgusted look at the Valise opened the door. A in a going to dance with every Olliver in Pforzheimer so Pat announced taking a dance step or two. A a done to it up for us a she called Back to the clerk in warning. Quot Hope let me on the Street car with this a said Imhof sourly heating the Valise. Then with a Gruff a a a Nab end a to the clerk he strode Forth. To be continued Cha act a and situation a. Fly Tuou. Any reit Bunei to actual persons or happening in coincidental. Or and or. Elmer Widmark and family of Brainerd. Or. Wallace Widmark and Ion spent thanksgiving at the August Widmark Home. Sgt. Hen yet of Camp Mccoy wi., arrived Home on Friday for a 15-Day furlough. Benta a member of a tank destroyer battalion. The a j. Derkson family were sunday dinner guests at the Art i Nickle Home. Mia Martha Olds. Who i. Pending the Winter with her Eon. Wilber and family of Brainerd called on friends in town sunday. South Long Lake 4 4 sunday school next sunday at 2 o clock services at 3 of clock. You Are All cordially invited to attend. Or. And or. Delbert Lamont entertained at their Home sunday at a 5 of clock dinner for or. And i. Ober Dalager and family. Or and mrs. Henry Shirley spent thanksgiving Day at the Home of or and mrs. Abe Peterson. Guests at the Home of i. And mrs. Fred Sutton thanksgiving Day were or. And mra. Fred Hohenssee and family. Or. Adeline Schr Noldt and Fred Leitner of Brainerd. Or. And mrs. Dick Danville entertained at their Home thanksgiving Day at a one o clock dinner for or. And mrs Gene Gorron and family and or. And mrs. Phillip Houle and son. John. Mrs. Doris Ruppert returned sunday from Duluth after spending a few Days with her Cousin i Verna Volkman who is a nurse at St Luke a Hospital. Mrs w. A Henry of Minneapolis left for her Home Friday after a few Days visit with her Parent or. And or. Sutton and attending the funeral of her aunt mrs. Homer Sutton. Thanksgiving Day guest at the Home of or. And mrs. Andrew Anderson were or. And mrs. R. R. Gibbs and son Orville of Pine River or. And mrs. Bert Shew and mrs. Lina Gibbs of Brainerd. Or. Delbert Lamont visited Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Fred Sutton. Or. And mrs Charles Racine and miss Lillie Anderson spent sunday at the Home of or. And or. Andrew Anderson. Or. And mra. P o. Peterson and or. And mrs. Walter Blackwood spent monday at the Home of i Quot Lillie Anderson. Miss Shirley stray who is employed at Washington d. C., doing defense work is Home for a week vacation visiting at the Home of her Mother or Taiella Nyderek. And other relatives. Call 74 or 75 for want aus Wash Tubbs by Turner freckles and his friends by Blosser i surf i. Knew it Bop put you can t blame my for. Wanting la say Goodby to june twice can Yoo k the production of 7300 heavy trucks has been approved for the last six months of 1943 to Aff. C deaths Ai still piling up at a rate that indicates that the 1943 total will approximate 24.000. Fuel Oil for the Best Grade of fuel Oil at no extra Cost Calls Konshak Chev. Co. Phone 236 or Oil co. Phone 514 Coal Stock Early be assured of your Winter s Supply use our easy budget payment plan Lampert lumber co. Phone 84 authorized factory service Auto electrical carburettors magnetos electric motors Briggs a Stratton engines electric garage Hakman . Owner 7th and Maple Call la Delco Battery distributor our boarding House with major Hoople out our Williams

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