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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1948, Winona, Minnesota gage 1Q THE WINOHA JTOT 1948 Philadelphia Cabbies Cheer North Dakotan By Lmrry HaH SpecimI Service IP John Layne ol found the Philadelphia todcab drivers cause for optimism last Weve been riding around taxis talking to the cab Frank Koch New St Charles Legion Commander Prank Koch was elected command er of Hugh Watson post American at the post meet Ing here Friday Other officers chosen were Rich ard first vicecommander Donald in he reported after a day of No Dewey for I think were going to Layne Is chairman of the North Dakota delegation which is pledg ed to support President The group held an Informal meet Ing last night but did not take a Layne said the states eight votes go to our friend Senator of Wyoming on the first ballot for He reported the delegation 100 per cent for We dont want a Republican president who will destroy our ag ricultural program in one he told a North Dakota Is x normally Re publican but I dont think Im too optimistic to say that the fann ers will carry the state for Tru man this Theyre not going to take a chance of having their price supports taken away from Besides a good agricultural Layne said the delegation favors modification of the TaftHartley mander Joseph second vicecom third We dont want to press a crown of thorns down on the brow ol vicecommander George ad jutant Vernon finance of ficer John service officer John assistant service of ficer Louis employment officer the chaplain Leonard ath letic officer George ser geantatarms Douglas and James child welfare Members of the executive com mittee are Russell Francis Kramer and Angela Teahan Rites Tuesday Miss Angela died at 4 Sunday at her home after an Illness of several Death was due to Wednesday and Ate sons Miss Teahan was born In Quincy Olmsted the daughter of and Timothy and had lived here 40 There are no close j Funeral services Will be Tuesday I Et NEW HARTFORD and Htrward Barcz and and and Lindley Smith and and Joseph Witt and and mad and t at the borne Rmdtlte and Arthur Witt we and at 9 at the Catholic church the Harden offici Burial will be to Calvary The body is at the Sasse luneral Britain Sends New Troops Into Germany London An authoritative source said today Britain has sent considerable numbers of new troops a western Germany because of the in blockaded The Informant said many of the reinforcements will be flown into TAMARACK Naomi Sawalllsch and brother Donald returned to their home In Chicago Anthony Walski spent several days visiting his and Edward McWeeny at Gerhard Nelsestuen and Infant son returned home from Josephs visitors at the home at and Will Heyer and family Friday and Donald Radtke and Joseph Witt were callers at La Create Thursday Charles who the home of her were aecom and Joseph will Hahn Is spending week H gnest at the home of her daughter and and Thomas and Norbert Schmltz aad and aad Joseph Witt and Wayne and and Charles McCaoe and were visitors at the home of and Don ald Radtke Friday and Ralph La spent Friday at the home of Halversons Hesel and Norvel recently after spending years in Slvenson returned the past and here few WYATTVILLE PEPIN The Clark Whetstone ol i spenc the holidays at the Sam Duteher and Johnson from last Saturday to last Monday at after visiting at tbe James Kay Burton Mitchell will entertain the i home Birthday club Thursday afternoon and Arter choir mem toe and families and church board mem and Henry Ries arrived IamjjiM entertained at a fare day from and are visiting well party jor the Vern Severson at the homes of their son and The evening of July 4 relatives aad and Andrew and their Bonlnj friends gathered at the Coddle Jelen home law aad and Ted and Oscar and Berlin The disclosure came as General Sir Brian British military as William Jennings Bryan i governor In conferred here with the chief of staff of the Some of the North Dakota deleministry of General Sir took In a baseball doubleperc Hollis and other service gates header yesterday and others visit ed historic Valley Layne said no other meetings will be held until later In the Husband Held In Stabbing of Brainerd Woman 39year old Brainerd waitress was stabbed and seriously wounded while she slept Police said they were holding her 44yearold husband lor The injured woman is Jennie She was in serious condition at Johns hospital with body stab Police said the Peter Abraham of was picked up at Abrahams home shortly after he arrived in They said the victims Ed and a Lloyd Pet helped Abraham fight ofi her assailant after she was at Percy Earlier in the Foreign Sec retary Ernest Bevin gave the cabi net an uptothe minute report on the Berlin the and France sent notes to Moscow last demanding that the Rus sians end the Berlin land blockade The Kremlin has not No Informant would say exactly how many troops have gone to west ern or how many will be sent on into One source made it dear that most of the troops were rather than of Faribault and Clar ence of and and Edward Board and of were guests of and Oscar Pye Charles was a Fri for a farewell party for the Severson fam Tuesday morning they started out for where they plan to make their and Harry Johnson and of spent the holidays with her Kate and other and Galen Quaderer and day afternoon caller at the home o his of spent the holl and Earl GALESVILLE Lloyd Fountain was a Gaiesville visitor brMfrine back her Etrie Turnbull alter she had visited the and Carl Benrud and have been guests at the Benrud and Olson and Herman are vacationing day weekend at the MSerene and Allan of visited last week at the home of tnd and Hjalmer of Roeh PERFORMING BULL Arthur Crawford of shows a few tricks he has tanifht hts I6monthold Hobtein Left Dick lifts hefty hoof for Center He kneels when tapped by Right Dick FREMONT The Fremont Sunshine club will Wednesday afternoon at the home of Georfte Rowetamp with WaChew Murphy and Irvln Schultz as assist ing ETTRICK Members ot the H and W Aces 4H club DAKOTA The Ladles Aid of Holy Cross will meet In the ment Thursday be Rose Schwartz and Miss NODINE The Ladles Aid of Johns Lutheran church base will pack rrlic Hostesses win j for overseas Pood or lor the boxes is to be brought church WHITEHALL Martin Mattson of CHATFIELD Earl Birnnrd hn tion of a new hojr thf erec f on River FOUNTAIN CITY will meet Thursday July at the her soninlaw spent the holiday weekend home or and Lloyd Quammen and Donald Torbet sat the home of their sonliiIaw andjnear Kenneth Sue and Mlssjsnd ol that place were guests Alfred and her Ida Herreid are over Friday night at the home of were Two Mrs Julia Evenson and Frank MarUn and Russel Hawkins and their of Vallejy visited with their and Clarence and other Raymond Breltund has been making trips Rain Check for Eau Claire Game Girls Only Clue Seattle An undated rain checi for an Eau base ball game was the only clue police had today to the identity of an at tractive young woman who said she cannot recall her name or why she Is in She was taken to a hospital after assistance yesterday was described as about 25 years of reddish haired and wearing a white white red skirt and alligator The rain check was the only Item in her purse that would aid in her fcsking police The woman Average Duluth Taxpayer Pays State Levy average Duluth axpayer paid an Income tax of and his net taxable Income was a This was revealed today by Howard state tax commis following a special study of Duluth Individual Income The report shows that res idents of Duluth filed taxable Indi vidual income tax returns during the fiscal year paying a total state income tax of The average gross income per Individual was and the average deduc tion amounted to leaving a net taxable income of Of all Duluth income 52 per or report ed gross incomes of less than 5 per cent reported incomes of less ihan and 95 per cent reported incomes of less than Of the taxes 43 per cent came rom persons with gross incomes un der and 57 per cent came rom five per cent of the taxpayers whose gross income was more than Thirtythree persons re ported incomes in excess of 417 at of to Get Summer Degrees University of Minnesota will confer degrees on 417 members ol the sum mer graduating at commence ment exercises to be helfl July It will be the largest July graduat ing class In the universitys the Oalssviiie Vincent Oliver is engaged as clerk at the GlibertsQnMyhre taking the place of Anton Borrebek who resigned to take up residence In and Milton have returned there alter visiting Gales Galesville will hold its annual school meeting this a new director be and general plans tor the year wiU be made Quests at the home of and ments iroin an eye Miss Ida spent the holiday weekend with her Lora Miss Marcelle of the University of spent the holiday weekend with her and Fred Miss Elizabeth klrcher returned to Chi cago Sunday aftervisiting at the Anton Olson I Kenneth Misses Raye and Bo j zanne BrelUrag and Henry Kaplanc and of spent the Sophia have been engaged to teach the eight grades at Hegg school the coming Among various Improvements made at the school by the Hegg community the school board and the are a curved driveway leading to the a cement walk to the school and a parking lot for A bicycle rack has been placed on one side of the a baseball diamond has been provided behind the and play ground equipment has been Shrub bery and perennials have been set cut school Pederson to visit vis itors Thursday at the Frunfc Srhmidtknccht Aiunc reuersuu KWEK on tt viwiir relatives at Chicago and Green home nndwlth call They visited Pedersons ed MrsClflra Weinandy in the alter Mabel Brown and family at Martls of the late Simon will return here lor returning to nlece Mrs J accompanied by Louie Gcrkir ol was called here this week by ihe illness of jhcr Henry I Anna Etnler rMumrd Tuesday Urcm Backus where she visited nnd Ward Walker hud M Louis ol Mr Howard Norrls of and Mc Artfiur also ol Hough and Archie Terftuson upent last week wilh relatives at and Lawrence Jane Dan OKififc and a visit before WOODLAND husJner Sharon anrijjohn OKcefe of Rochester spent the Warren left for her j Fourth with friends liome tn on Sharon Miss Eleann Oixkcy ol New York city and Warren expect to remain in Illinois has arrived here to upend the summer wjth her Prank Dorothey ol Fairmont epeni the Fourth with Miss Catherine Huston of for about o Gottlieb Hancy became suddenly ill Wednesday and was operated for np and Otto Claussen received Dendicltls Thursday at Francis Otto Claussen received pendlcUs Thursday a week from the formers Tvhcre he l s now a bird houses he grou which are ley Is a sister of the Louis lanans here TOT vacation and Charles are spending vacation renewing old the former Tae was reared In The and Vevang have had as ffUfjta the Relaertson and DOVER COCHRANE Wilbur Helm was home from La Crosie last Sunday and and Steve SadowsW and ol were visitors here last John Bellinger and Theodore Etkaaip visited their Arthur La Orion employed at spent several days with hjs Xflss Doris s visiting Msry Heufr Alice and After being a patient for wverM weeks andat tne Sacred Heart Eau Claire hi brothers Leon and Milton Adank returned home las Miss Laura Hellen who has been vlsitinc relatives L Theodore employed at and friends in Dover and Charles as home last Sunday and State Pardon Board in Session Today The state pardon oard met today in the office of Governor Luther Before the board are pleas for mercy from So inmates of state penal Inducted are even persons convicted of Members of the board beside Gov ernor Youngdahl are Attorney Gen eral Burnquist and Chief Justice past returned home and Russell spent the weekend with Vivians Mary Lillie Haase spent the weekend withher Archie Luham and family at Truman McCready attended a meeting of the Congre Ration al Ladies Aid at Charles last Tuesday at the aome of and Wally and Thomas Walterian aad from visited over the week end at the John Beach Keith Davis and were Sunday guests of Alice and Eltta Olive is a guest at the Stella Hamond The Minnuetta club met at the home of Gust Gelse Miss Grace who has been visiting her cousin Gayett Eletchurn the past returned to her home and Haney Walch and Donald and who cave been spend ing several weeks with relatives at Eau returned borne and Laverne Loudon and family and her and Henry left Thursday morning for the North Shores on a vacation Judge and visited in Dover Wednesday evening and attended the ice cream social sponsored by the Civic Ralph was a caller to Dover Friday and reported his father ill at his and Stanley WJ spent Friday with relatives and IriendB Ic Miss Norroa Jean visited her Etta Thomp and Miss Nancy last and William Loudon are The Lutheran Ladies Aid society pic nicked with Rohrer on her lawn Thursday and Theodore Min were recent visitors at the George Staak and Rochenderler Harvey spent several days with his Glenn and Lee is visiting the Achenbach home and wltft relatives in Buffalo and Alvln Gahni and daugh and La Crosse visitors several days at the Gnhnz After having enjoyed a fishing trip at Eau Claire and Merton Meier and and Martin Muench returned home last Marilyn Janls Randall and Jane Eartnagel are attending the Luth eran Youth camp at Whitewater State near Alter a visit with his and John and family have left or their home at End Alfred Steen and of Cedar were visitors at the William Luethi and Kay Krucger Miss Anne who recently gradu bordered with large shade Members of the school board are Ardell clerk Norman and Leonard Orrln Bue is chairman ol the grounds super vising the Improvement project which will be carried on another Lucile nurses aid at the monthold baby had died of bronchial The grandmother was formerly Fern Edgar Herman was a recent visitor Bonnie Lou Phillips celebrated her filth is visiting at ihe home ol Mrs Minnie birthday with a little parly hursday M reception Thr and Hurry a former pastor ol the Methodist church and Norman Fink and hero bctn visitlnjr Jriends here attended a prenuptial shower nndi during the On Sunday ln honor of Miss La Vonnejworth was the RUest Bpcaker at the the new Agricultural Markets 207 j and Lonnlc CochMethodist church North Concord South i which was hold at the home off and Mrs WHHam HueJler and chll John spent last Wed and Albert DIUrlch at Cochrane drcn of Paul were the KUCSU of Mrs nesday at the Herman j July clara McDonnald find family last week ana Ambrose of The Sanctuary society will have Us rcR The Ray Henley who havo been came last Thursday evening to ular meeting next July at Jiving in North have moved Audrey French is visiting her uncle and and Ray inond Erickson in 16monthold son of and Robert La Is nt the home of and Stanley Nelse Houghtallng Is the former Alice Nelestuen of Miss Elsie Pederson is assisting at the Wilbur Spafford home at North Bend for a couple of Guests Thursday of Leslie Larson Friday at the hone or Wilbert and Paul iSch olmeler and Ben art there will be lot of ateppjne majorettes in town this In South Beaver Creek and Ward Black River Paul Rice and Dena Rose N Twesme aad Arthur Gordon were enter tained Thursday at the home of Eleanor TJoflat and Miss Viola near Miss TJoflat is a teacher at Eau The TJoflat family is formerly of and Russell formerly of Ettrlcfc have been engaged as principal and teacher at the Strum High Leonard Rogness of North Beaver has contracted to again teach the Ceater vllle Miss Agnes registered nurse of who took her training at I Whitehall Community is visiting friends aad relatives In the Ettrlck vlctnI On Friday Miss Stone visited Miss Mabel Whitehall and Mrs Melvin nurse at and Stone and daughter Donna were In Whitehall Raymond Is vlS Iting his and Hen ry Legreld of North Beayer The Wrthday oJ Edward a daughter ol and Harvey Eneel and ated from the Northwest Institute of j was observed at his home Friday evening Medical has i Guests included and Lynn left for where she has j Finch and and employment In a Miss Hofer It Paul Barber and and George Barber and and Cecil all of Arkansas Delia Bar visited at the George Salwey Arkansaw and Earl Barber borne last Christ land Ladysmith Miss Delores acd and James I Peters and Lynn Lynn who had visited several days at Menom returned here with and George Salwey and William Muench were last Sun remained at the Edward Barber home lor The Giant a New Zealan day guests at the can Hertzfeidt home bird now weighed about 50 Do You Have Everything to Complete That New House We now have these building items in Medicine Cabinets builtin Gray Dnoface Asbestos Roof Asphalt Shingles ribtab and heioftm in Rolled Rolled Brick Siding hnff Insulated Sidin buff brick and gray stone de Bed Cedar Shingles sJ2 1 Gypsum Koof tffirvj Gypsum Wall Complete Builders Hardware and Finished Ceiling Tfle Finished Wall VJtrified Chimney Fine Liners all Bound White Cedar All types of Brick common hard textured and hollow building TJpson Wall Pratt Lambert House Flat Egy shcD Finish and We would suggest that ycu place your order right Masonlte Tempered Preswood and Fir Hardwood Flooring oak and Fir Stained Cedar Sidewall Shin Rockwool Insolation granu lated and batt Balsam Wool Insulation batt VermlcuUte Aim After several weeks here among Henry Famer has returned to Gathering with Htm last Sunday for a family reunion were Miss Louisa and John Colfai Glenn Fall and Miss Alvina Mr End Emll and Henry and Curl Seholldeier and Cocl ALMA The Legion Auxiliary wUl meet at the Legion clubrooms today at Hostesses wffl be Vernal Hertitelat Given Alfred Ebert and FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF THE FINEST OF BUILDERS HARDWARE barn door garage door kitchen cabinet in beautiful STANDARD LUMBER Telephone 5373 ONE STOP BUILDING SERVICE Miss Rosemary Mslone is a patient at 8t Elizabeths and Duane Kellholtr Eau moved last week to the upstairs apartment in the Louis Timm Kellholtz employed at Farmers Union Anns Benson Rose 3 Los left Tuesday after spending a week at the home of Emily They planned to visit relatives at Minneapolis before re turning to and Sidney Moham and Hazel Barrett were to Minneapolis Wed toVern accompanied Miss Pauline sturgeon started her nev duties as Buffalo county home agent last Miss Foehler is staying at the home at and George Fockens purchased the Bon Ton building last weei from Ida until recently and 1st July STATE OP COUNTY O LN PROBATE In Re Eitatt of Simon Order lor Hearing on Final Account am Petition for The representative ot the above estate having Died his anal account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled IT IS That the hearing thereof had on August at H oclock before this Court In the court room in the court house In and that notice hereo e given by publication of this order In Tbe Wlnona BepublicanHerald and by mailed notice as provided by Dated July LEO Probate Court Seal Probatt Llbera Attorneys Jor to KWNO and KWNOFM Every Sunday STANDARD MELODIES to Milton Martin had a restaurant but they are moving to The Fockens will serve short orders aaii other food Items in connection with the new They also plan to re mods the building to some The Misses Delores and Lucille Keister arrived Tuesday In sponse to the death of their sister Miss Doris who droiraed near her home Sunday In the town of Nelson Funeral services wert Wednesday anc burial was at Nelson Guests at the home of and Prank Johnston are and HaroK Johnston and and Ben 1 Crooks and Margaret of Emma and Bertha are guests at the homes of their Ferdinand Michaels and Prcd Michaels While in tbe they win visit at Fountain City and i Serial Gunner Second Class Roger Herr left Friday for Puerto irhere he Is after spending a 3ttday leave with his From he iras to go to and then to Puerto Roger plans to be July NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Separate lamp sum and sealed bids win be required lor cast Iron water mains and lead br the Board of Municipal Works at the office of the said Board In the City Bclldtag at up to on July 1948 S50 rt lr Cist Iron and S Ton Virgin Pig Lead according to specifications on file to the onice ol the Each bidder sill be required to with his bid a certified check for of he gross amount of his payable to the Board of Municipal Works as a guar antee that the bidder enter Into a con tract with the Board of Municipal Works to furnish materials according to tie if such bid be accepted by the Board and that he will furnish a bond for the full amount of the Proposals mast be enclosed In sealed en velopes and each must have written upon it the word Proposal and the statement also of the portion of the material lor which It Is a proposal The Board reserves the right to reject any and an BOARD OP MUNICIPAL By 6e Sunbeam discharged In LiHie Kopp was honored at a picnic sopper and iarewea party te the I yard at the home of Zahortlc Wednesday Ecpp was pre sented a gift from her Miss Laora was a guest of George tnrlch over the holiday and L visited here Tuesday and Wednesday Company at the home at and i tools Tlrnm I Is Miss Lavonne Date July ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received br the Board of Municipal Works at the office of said Board In the city up to on July or An Kmlantomatle CaleaUilsr with automatic coltunn ach bidder win be required to deposit with his bid a certified check for 5 of the gross amount of his payable to he Board of Municipal Works as a guar antee that the bidder enter Into a contract GROUND BEEF Braunschweiger PINEAPPLE 100 Pure Fresh Made Crushed Hartex Brand Can 47 55 29 with the Board of Municipal Works to furnish materials according to the If sach bid be accepted by the Board and that he will furnish a bond for the full amount of the Propoaals must be enclosed In sealed envelopes and each must have written upon It the word Proposal and the statement also of the portion of ma terial for which It is The Board reserves the right to reject any and aH BOAED OF m Fresh Fruits and Vegetables CALIFORNIA SHATTER POTATOES 10 49 1 CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES 49C Bag JUICE Economy Strong Durable RED OWL STORES ;