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title: 'New Ulm review. (New Ulm, Brown County, Minn.) 1892-1961, May 05, 1920, Page 6, Image 7',
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Wenzel Fritz of Sleepy Eye was an
Essig visitor last week.
C. N. Robertson transacted business
at Sleepy Eye, last Wednesday.
W. T. Stolley of Sleepy Eye autoed to
New Ulm on business, last Tuesday after
Henry Ahrens returned home, Sunday
evening, from a several days' business
sojourn in the Twin Cities.
Roy Seemann, at one time manager of
the local yards of the New Ulm Lumber
Co., but now holding a similar position
with the same company at Arlington,
spent a few days in New Ulm last week.
Don't fdrget that our &ED TAG
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 8th. ".'
Now is your time to buy hosiery atid a good many o^her
things which are conitnually goin up in price.
Dresses and aprons are selling for less money during this
sale than you can buy the goods for by the yard.
We are selling children's dresses from 42c up.
Ladies' Union Suits are selling.from 52c up. -.
Have you seen the Ribbons that are on Sale? •.
And the Graniteware, Aluminumware and Tinware?
That Cut Glass at 20 per cent discount is a bargain.
The dresser scarfs and fancy work are going at 20 per"
We have received a shipment of German Harmonicas
(some call them Mouth Organs) they sell at 98c, $1.29 and
When your garden gets too dry remember we sell sprink
lers made of galvanized iron, selling up to $1,194
It will.soon be time to pack away your furs and woolens.
Come in and get a package of Moth-a-lac it keeps the moths
out of your winter wear, and when you unpack your winter'
wear next fall you will have no disagreeable odpr to contend
with like you do when packed with moth balls. Pkge 25c
WTe have also received several new sets of dinnerware
which are hard to get, so if you need a set you had better
hurry. These are 100 piece sets. Cute!
We have also received some big dolls which are very
appropriate to dress up and have on the Brides table at
Weddings. Come and see them. They are Beauties. $2.98.
Next week we are going to have a bunch of "Kids" in
one of our windows. You will be tickled to see them and
they will be tickled to see you. See 'em smile.
THE WONDER STORE
I We will throw $5.00
Bills anil $1.00
BE SURE TO GET YOURS!
the Aviators will DROP
these from the skies with
Watch for them!
Miss Ida Beltz of Golden Gate was the
guest of friends in New Ulm and St.
Frank Schreiner and Herman Peiter
of Winthrop transacted business in New
Councilor Karl H. Aufderheide is con
valescing from the effects of an opera
tion for appendicitis, which was per
formed upon him at a local hospital last
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. C. Ochs and little
son, Vincent, have returned to Ivanhoe,
after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Walter on North Broadway.' Mrs.
Ochs is Mrs. Walter's sister.
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Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx\:d^ $
'tvlevlus Clnthps ™A '•&*•+*> ,W?y
Ochs-Schueller. W tT'^m
Ferdiand Ochs, son of Mr. and Mrs
J. A. Ochs, and Miss Maude Schueller,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Schueller*
were happily wedded at Holy Trinity
Catholic church, yesterday morning at
9 o'clock, Rev. R. Schlinkert officiating.
The bride was attended by the groom's
sister, Miss Ellen Ochs, while Leo Schuelr
ler, brother of the bride, was groomsman.
Imelda Ochs, another sister of the groom,
was ring bearer and four altar boys
acted as ushers. ,-,- ,/" ,y.',
The bride looked charming in a beauti
ful creation of white jersette with satin
trimming, and veil, She carried a whifce
prayer book $nd white roses.The brides
maid wore a gown of pink georgette with
hat to match and carried pink roses.
.|JX After the ceremony the bridal party
and immediate relatives/of the happy
young couple repaired to the home of
the bride's parents on North Washington
street, where a sumptuous wedding dinner
was served. The bride and groom man
aged to evade the young folks who had
planned oh giving them a royal send-off
u^oii their departure on a wedding trip,
by driving to Klossner in a car 2nd
boarding the^north bound M. & St. L.
passenger at that place. They have
gone to the Twin Cities ahid other points
and will enjoy a several weeks' honey
moon, returning-to New Ulm the forepart
of next month. Mr. and Mrs. Ochs will
be at home to their many friends afttr
Junte 5 on Second South street.
Both young people are well and favor
ably known here. The groom has for
several years been employed in the big
Bee Hive store of his father, J. A. Ochs,
in this city, and is now a member of the
firm of J. A. Ochs & Sons, which has
succeeded Mr. Ochs in this business
The many friends of the newlyweds be
speak for them a happy and prosperous
A quiet wedding was solemnized by
Prof. A. Ackermann at his home, yesteday
noon, when he spoke the words which
joined the lives and destinies of Herman
Mielke and Miss Martha Anderson
Carl Mielke, brother of the groom, and
Miss Esther Anderson, sister of the bride,
were the attendants.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs
Louis Mielke of Bernadotte township,
Nicollet county, wherp a reception was
held and wedding dinner served to the
immediate relatives after the ceremony
He was a member of the American Ex
peditionary Forces in France for over
two years and after the signing of the
Armistice served with the army of oe
cupation near Coblenz, Germany. He
was married in his service uniform.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Anderson of Pipestone county.
Her wedding gown was of white crepe
de chine, trimmed with lace, and she
carried a bouquet of bridal roses. H«r
attendant wore a dress of blue serge and
also carried a bouquet.
Mr. and Mrs. Mielke will go to house
keeping on a farm in Bernadotte town
ship. Their many friends felicitate with
A prStty wedding was solemnized at
the Ev. Frieden's church in this city, jlast
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, when
Henry F. Krieger and Miss Hertha
Radfce, both well-known young people
of New Ulm, were joined in marriage.
Rev. G. Mayer performed the ceremony
in the presence of a large number of
relatives and friends of the contracting
parties and the church was appropriately
decorated with cut flowers, evergreens
and boxwoods. The bride was attended
by her sister, Miss Erna Radke, and
Miss Oleta Niemann, cousin of the groom,
while the latter*s brother, Albert Krieger,
and Otto Fixse^h were grodmsHien. Paul
Radke and Alfred Niemann, brother of
the bride and cousin of the groom, re
spectively, acted as ushers for the bridal
couple and their attendants. The church
choir, of which the groom and bride are
members, rendered appropriate vocal
The bride looked charming in a white
satin gown with georgette overdrape,
and bridal veil. She carried a shower
bouquet of Ophelia roses. Her sister,
Miss Erna, was gowned in pink satin with
georgette overdrape, while Miss Nie
mann's dress was of yellow georgette.
Both attendants carried pink carnations.
Following the ceremony at the church,
the bridal party and invited guests, to
the number of over 100, repaired to the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Radke, on Summit Avenue,
where a sumptuous wedding dinner was
served. The rooms were artistically
decorated in p^nk and white, while ,cut
flowers adorned, the festive tables. Mem
bers of the Helping Hand League .of the
Friedens church served the repast*-
The groom has been engaged a| ^black
smith in New Ulna for the past seven
years and last September Acquare'dWi*.
interest in the blackmsith shop of his
uncle, Frank Niemann, on North Broad
way, where he has been employed,since
entering this work. The bride has foeen
one of the efficient salesladies in the dry
goods department of Crone Bros" de
partment store here for the past two
years, resigning her position some time'
ago to prepare for last Wednesday's hap
py event. Mr. and Mrs. Krieger will be
at home to their many friends after May
15 in the apartments over Henry Goede's
photograph studio on North Broadway
The Review joins in wishing them a
happy and prosperous wedded life^
The following out-of-town guests were
present a't the wedding: Rev. Geo.
S. A. Eyrich and s&i, Armin, Minnesota
Lake Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harder and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thelemann ahd son,
Ernst, Le Sueur Mr. and Mrs. August
Niemann, Springfield Mr. antf Mrs.
Fred, bangers, Sleepy Eye Mrs. Albert
Jahnusch and daughters, Meta and
Bertha, Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Lehmann, Harry Lehmann and the
Misses Elsie and Mary Lehmann, Fair
fax Mr. arid Mrs". Wm. Zobel and Miss
Elizabeth Krieger, St. Paul.
The marriage of Arthi Reinhart, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Reinhart, of the
town of Cottonwood, and Miss Martha
Wagner, daughter of Mrs. Anna Wagner
of Searles.^was solemnized at Holy
Trinity Catholic church in this city,
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. The
bride was attended by her sister, Miss
Rose Wagner, while her^ cousin, Ben
Fischer, was best man. X-v-iW AVC.€''
The bride was becomingly gowned in
a creation of white georgette crepe, while
the bridesmaid's dress was of white voile.
A wedding dinner was served to the
immediate relatives of the contracting
parties at the bride's home in Searks,
after the ceremony.
The happy young "cduple will go to
housekeeping on the groom's faf.n in
Cottonwood township.' £hree miles east
A i£.rf -4*^-4^ *JT* A£
of Searles, which he purchased some
time ago. They have the best wishes
of a large circle of friends for a happy
and prosperous wedded life.
Miss Clara Steffen has returned from
a visit at the John Beltz home in Golden
Peopled ide'as are chahg-
.^they're hegitfning to fig-
ing tteih to k^ep a car. And
tiie^man who is doing the
the man with the moderate
There still seems to be a
notion in some quarters that
any tire is good enough for
a small car.
County Treasurer Henry J. 'Berg
called on Sleepy Eye friends last Wednes
'•^feSfcfjtf 3*n*ift skiK i.A-affile
Mr. and Mrs. Kroenmghave returned
from^a several days' stay at the G..A
Messerschmidt home in Sleepy Eye. °£f
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the New Ulm Rural Telephone Co,
will be held at the new Farmers' Cream
ery Hall, Broadway and Third North
street, tomorrow (Thursday) morning
at 10:30 o'clock. Among the business
matters to come before the meeting is
the reading of the annual report of
Secretary Ad. G. Bierbaum and^the
election of a board of directors.
Mrs. Julius .Nunn has returned- to
New Ulm from* Sanborn,' where she at
tended the funeral of her late mother,
Mrs. Anna Fleischmann. Deceased was
a, native of Germany, having been born
in that country April 26, 1832, and was,
therefor, 88 years of age at the time of
her demise« With her deceased husband
she came to America in 1866 and for
many years the family resided on a farm
in the town of Leavenworth.
a difference in
these mbtor-car days,
when evbry point in the
county is hardly more than
"just around the corner."
jThat'3 not what theina^^l^l^.
who owns it thinks.
In Recommending and sell-„•?&*
frig U* Si Tire^ we are trying
to sec his side of the propd-
wants in a
**"m f^-^, As representatives of U.S:
r!l&ilcfe|rf Tire^ihithis town, we offer
•%?f 4- &>'%,4-
Robert Fesenmeier.HJew Ulm.
Emil F. Buen£er was. a Sleepy Eye
yisitor last Tuesday evening*."
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schemann of Win
throp were recent New Ulm visitors.
Miss Alma Hauert has returned to
Sleepy Eye, following a brief visit with
Mrs. Mary Baasen has returned from
a pleasant visit of a few days with the
A. G. Nuessle family at Springfield.
Ed.Kre5z? Orlanda Glasnfan Luella
Hausen and Emma Offermann ofSleepy
Eye attendedj 4he presentation of the
Senior class play, "Green Stockings,"
By the New Ulm high school at Turner
Theater, Friday evening. W
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R6esch, ac
companied by their son, Louis, and
daughters, Mary and Veronica, departed
for Mount Angel, Ore., Thursday, where
they expect to make their future home.
Mr. Roesch recently -disposed of his
residence property on North German
street in this city.
New Ulm friends and acquaintances
recently enjoyed a brief visit from Robert
Muhs, who is agent for the J. I. Case
Threshing Machine Co. at Paris, France.
He has held this position for several years
past. Mr. Muhs is a former Cottonwood
township boy. According to statements
made to New Ulm friends, the cost of
living is not appreciably higher in France
than in this country, the devastated
ftndinj out what he- z,,
tire and giyjng^1^-
Lartte or small, U. S. Tirel
are biiilt to only one stand-®
ard of quality—the standards
that produced the firsL
straight side automobiletire,^
th&tfirst pneumatic truck^
that bears the
the man -who owns the cat,
that daunts yrith the oldest
ahd largest rubber^ concern
in the world. Tft^tJ
ybU th6 benefit of our experi-***+
erice and advice in, settling
your tire problem
C|[Br@u Bros. Searles, Uinn. '^ft3i
-.Aftfcr toBS/M.- -ssir* sA aw^fcsfessS* .*
Miss Cantfas Anstett of Spjingfield
was a recent New Uhn visitor?
County ^Surveyor Carl Case was a
Springfield visitor recently! \?.
C. S. Peterson
acted business in
the forepart of last week.
Select your tires ac
"cording to the roads
they have to travel:
b6SVrWay itS a knOW\A£l For ordinary country
#rf-_,?- j/*l I' tA^ roads—The U. S. Chain\
how. IV isn't the "car: but
of Springfield trans- i
protiat^cMit here $
Miss Martha Weinberger "and her
nephew, Reinhold Heidemahn^have te-^-i^j
turned to Springfield after a brief visit 'tifor'
with New Ulm relatives and friends. N*.
Rev. A. J. Dysterheft of Glencoe and «trr .-" V*jj£
Rev. R. Heidmann, of Arlington called "feffc? Ajc£
on New Ulm friends and relatives, "*J
Capt. Max Sebald has returned to ms -y
duties as chief of a recruiting-office at ~^J
'Aberdeen, S. D., after a visit of several^XHv
days with his family here. Capt. Sebald
stated that excessive mojsture has grea]t-r
In sandy or hilly coun-
try, wherever the going
is apt to beneaVy—The '.
.",}', U.S. Nobby.
&S For front wheels—TheY.
i£\i$ft For best results—
Royal CordsVi „,' *fr\
Stoltenburg, New Ulm:
Michael E. Tracy, one of the eight \?t£
men who founded the Order, of the '..-'-^X*^
Knights of ColumbusV in 1882, died at ^f-'sl
his home in New Haven, Conn., Wednes- 3'*
day night of tast week. He was born in ^v'
Ireland 70 years agoP 'M
ly retarded seeding operations in Sbuthl-?^
Dakota.. ^.\V~-J£ '""*'', 1
The Carl W. Engelbert family recent
ly visited relatives at Faribault. Mr.
snd Mrs. Chas. A. Murphy, son-in-law"'
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Engelbert,-'
accompanied them to New Ulm for a..- *s
brief stay here. The trip was made viaj'
the auto route. '"iVV*J