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Mr. and Mrs. Al. Gruenenfelder of
Marshall spent Christmas with local
relatives and friends,
Mrs. Arno Loose and son of Waseca
\isited for several days at the home of
the fonrer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Meta Crone is spending the
Christmas holidays at the home of her
son, Theodore Crone, Jr. at Brule,
Misses Hilda Luetjen and Catherine
Herzog spent several days last week
visiting with Miss Clara Austed in
Misc Odelia Steinke of Minneapolis
spent several da? the past week visit
ing with Mrs. Sam Llewllvn and with
Mrs. F. H. Dubba.
Mrs. Peter Smith and baby of Fair
•. ..r*i giects at tho home of Mrs.
Smith's parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Marks on North German street.
Miss Goldie Irving of Minct, N. D.
spent several da\s the last week at
the home of her grandmother, Mrs.
Anna Tra-.tniller on Soi.th Valley
Miss Rose Wenisch, who is employed
at the B. K. Barbarich store in St
Peter spent Christmas here at her
honr with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
FTenr1 EsseT, who attending St.'
Jo} n'- Academy at Collegeville,
spending the honV.avb here with this
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Esser
on Sovth Minnesota street.
Mri. Lena Kachel left on Friday
afternoon for Minneapolis where she
spending the holidays at the home
of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. William Christensen.
Ernst Vogelpohl, who has been
traveling in the East for the Renter
Organ company, is home to spend the
holidays with hi3 mother, Mrs. H. H.
Vogelpohl on North Broadway
Miss Elda Burginger of Strome, Al
berta, Canada arrived in New ULP
last Friday and is making an extended
visit at the home of her grandmother,
Mrs, H. L. Runck on North Franklin
Mrs. Sam Liewilyn of Winnipeg,
Canada, arrived here last Thursday
and will visit at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Niemann
on Soath Washington street for several
Robert Radl, who is attending a
medical college in Pennsylvania, was
in New Ulm on Thursday before go
ing to Sleepy Eye where he is spend
ing the holidays with his mother, Mr£.
Miss Stonia Kunze arrived here fron
St. Paul Friday evening and is spend
ing the holidays here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kunze on Soujth
Broadway. Miss Kunze is employed
as stenographer with the St. Paul Mil
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Alfreds residing in Milford
township last Tuesday evening.
Miss Alma Pidde, who visited last
week for a few days at the Paul Pidde
home in Comfrey, has returned to her
home here. &
Art Janka of Minneapolis was a
Christmas guest at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Lena Janka on North
Miss Anna Fesenmeier of Minnea
polis was a Christmas guest at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Franta, son of Mrs. Rosa
Franta, is spending his vacation with
his mother here. He is attending St.
John's University at Collegeville.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Brick of Pipe
stone will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Jones on New Year's day.
They will arrive here Saturday after
Sylvester Wellmann, who is a stud
ent at Carleton College at Northfield
is spending the Christmas vacation
with his mother, Mrs. Emma Weli
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Koehler of
Minneapolis are spending the holidays
at the home of Mr. Koehler's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Koehler on South
Mrs. J. H. Vogel of this city, who
was recently operated on at the Loretto
Hospital, has been moved to her home
on North Broadway, and is convalesc
Otto Koch, wro has been employed
at Bancroft, S. D., during the summer
months, came home to spend the
Christmas holidays with his mother,
Mrs. Carl Koch. -,
Benedict Marti, who is attending
the St. John's University -at College
ville is spending his vacation at the
jhome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Marti on North Broadway.
Anton Simmet, who has been ill at
his home with an attack of pneumonia,
has again resumed his-duties at the
Simmet & Arndt barber shop, located
under the Farmers & Merchants State
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shelstad of
Sioux City, Iowa, arrived heYe last
Friday and are guests at the home of
the latter's parents, Rev. and Mrs.
E. F. Wheeler, on South Minnesota
Elmer Kohls and sister Agnes, who
are attending the D. M. L. College are
spending the holidays with their
parents in Morgan. Emil Steinhau3,
another student, is also spending his
vacation at his home in Morgan.
The following Sleepy Eye people
"attended the funeral of Joseph Hoff
mann on Friday morning: Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Seidl and son Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. George Reiniger, Mr.
and Mrs. John Suess and son George
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Suess and Mr.
and Mrs. George Eckstein and son
A STROff0 BXWK & GROWIHG STRONGER
John Boettger of Sleepy Eye at
tended to business matters here on
Mr. and Mrs/F. H. Bode of Court
land were New Ulm^"shoppers, orf
Berton Larson arid Edward Krueger,
both stiidents at the D. M. L. College
are spending their vacations jpjfc J&eir
parents in Sleepy Eye.:r¥5t£if
Mrs. V. Rosenwald of Lafayette,
who was operated on at the Union
Hospital .Tuesday is getting along as
.nicely as .can be expected. n,3te#r?r, i
''Raymond? CJobesrjs spending the
holidays at.the. home of his parents
here..^ He i3 attending the agricultural
school at,Brookings College. -h'^"^
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schmidt of
Chaska are guests at the home of the'
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Ruemke on .North Minnesota street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C* Credicott of
Mapleton are Christmas guests at the
home of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and •Mrs, E, C, Veeck on South
Franklin Brust, physical training
student at Stout Institute in Menomi
nee, Wisconsin, is spending his Christ
mas vacation at "the home of his
aunt, Miss Alice Haeberle, on South
Mrs. Henry Erigelmann and daugh
ter Elenora,' formerly'of^thls city but
now residing in St. Paul have, as their
Christmas guests their brother Henry
and Miss Clara Jufte, both of Austin.
Alvin Haberberg, _who is a" student
at the Mankato Commercial college,
is spending his Christmas vacation at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs, A. L. Haberberg on North Ger
man street. •-,
Miss Clara Epple, who is employed
in St. Paul and her brother Elmer who
is employed in Minneapolis will be
visitors here at the home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Epple on
New Year's day.
Paul Schuman, who has been re
medical treatment at the
Loretto Hospital for the past several
weeks, returned on Saturday to his
home in Morgan. It will bejreme'n
bered that he was injured some time
ago when he caught his arm in a
Mr. and Mrs. Ll'F. Jaehn, who have
been making their home in New Ulm
for the past several wseks, have re
moved.to Mankato, their former home.
Mr. Jaehn who is a travelings salesman
for the Standard Oil company has been
transferred to another territory, and
will make Mankato bis headquarters.
Albert Fehlhaber, frho Hi at the sani
torium at Walker took suddenly ill
last Monday and his father, Gust.
Fehlhaber went to .Walker. Tuesday
morning to visit with^him.' Mr. Fehl
haber returned on Friday morning
and reports that his son is now resting
nicely «and will be able to be up And
around "In a few days.
At the annual* meeting 6t the New
Ulm Arbeiter Frauenverein held last
Wednesday evening, the following of
ficer* for jthe ensuing year were elected:
president,,. Mrs. Albert Nenno vice
president Mrs. Arthur Penkert secre
tary, Mrs. Jacob-Fritz treasurer, Mrs.
Joseph Tauer^v sick^omniittee, first
ward, Mrs. Frank Macho second ward,
Mrs. August Juenemann third ward,
Mrs. John Hollenbeck fourth ward,
Mrs. Henry Scheman banner bearer,
Mrs. Joseph Wolf. There are now
178 members in the society^which was
organized about a year ago, .".
All -the old officers of the St. Eliza
b3th society have been re-elected ,as
follows: president, Mrs. Rosa M. Fran
ta vice, president, Mrs. Andrew Stein
bach financial secretary, -Mrs. Alex
Ranweiler recording secretary, Miss
Elizabeth Stadick treasurer, Mrs. Wil
liam Liebr Marshals, Miss Maggie
Willinger and Mrs. Peter W. Soukup
finarice committee, Miss Mary Sons,
Mrs. William Julius and Miss Eliza
beth Henle and banner bearers Mrs.
Andrew Amann, Mrs. Mary Baer and
Mrs. Ed. Kunz. Installation of officers
will take place on Monday evening,
January 15, at which time also the
report for the year will be read* vv#
W OU CHARTSj
WILL PLEASE YOU,
placed in your hovaeV'^tt- *o,
don't neglect the matter any longer,
^flave the work dOHe^^it once. We
urish you a healthy, happy, prosper
ous New Year in a homev.Vhere
proper.plumbing $ei|5s. ?t'~
K«W Ulm Stvtar, Xfftw TJlni,
John Gundermann of Sleepy Eye
was1 a New Ulm visitor, Tuesday.
Andrew Liebl vspent Christmas
with his family in this city. He is
employed in Iowa., .,
Benj. J. Wiltsheck of Mason City,
Iowa, arrived Saturday to spend Christ
mas with the home folks. ,,,,„ ..
.Frank Polta, blind soldier froiih'the
soldier's home, is in New Ulm to
spend the holidays with his mother. He
expects to return the 2nd of January.
Miss Rose Lipp, who is teaching at
Two Harbors, Minn., is spending her
Christmas vacation at the home of her
mother, Mrs. E. H. Thiede, on South
Misses Theresa Hefter and Mary
Howard of Minneapolis arrived here
yesterday and will be guests at the
John Korbel and C. E. Smith homes
here for several days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amann of
Minneapolis spent the Christmas
holiday at the home of Mrs. Amann's
mother, Mrs.«Oetting on South Broad
way, and with other local relatives and
George Polta, who is- employed in
the local Northwestern car repair shop
will be laid up at his home for" several
weeks as the result of a fall which oc
curred last Monday. Mr. Polta was
removing a damaged board on a
freight car which he was repairing,
when the board gave way suddenly and
he fell to the ground. His right hand
struck on the rail and several bones
Albert Marx visited on ^Sunday
and Christmas day with- his parents
and other relatives and friends at
§iLMrs. Arthur Nelson of Tracy spent
Christmas at the Math. Siebenbrun
ner and J. .C. Siebenbrunner homes
KViMrs. Josephine Lane of St. Paul
was a visitor at the home of Mrs.
Anna Wallner on South Broadway
during the past week. '\$ f'll^f)
Reinhold, Th\es-, vf^i^jemployed
ip 'St. Paul, spe^t ^t^e7" Christmr
holidays here w^th hi^.,n^oiner,t Mj
C. J.., Thies on South Broaoway^^
.'' Douglas Beecher, who is attending
a military academy in Culver, Indiana,
is spending his vacation here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beecher
on South German street.
Mrs. Lillian Blank, who is einployed'
in Minneapolis, spent Christmas at the
home tf her- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Koehler in this city. She re
turned to Minneapolis yesterday'
H. 0. SCHLEUDER
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~MMM and high-speed driving that makes winter motoring a pleasure.
It burns clean and^vaporizes to the last
ft the Following Standard Oil Service Stations:
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Corner Broadway and 3rd Street North
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