Page Ten THE REDWOOD GAZETTE. REDWOOD FALLS. MINNESOTA Thursday. December 3, 1936
Parents Last Week
By Mrs. Edw Weldon
Wabasso—Ann Stacken who is
enrolled at Miss Woods school in
Minneapolis, Amelia Kahs who
attends business college at Man
kato, Mane Starken and Hilko
Lamprecht who are at Teachers
college at Mankato, Cathryn Sin
clear who teaches at Stewart and
Lyman Hassenstab who attends
St. Thomas college have all re
turned to their duties after spend
ing their Thanksgiving vacations
at their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turbes
moved their household goods to
Springfield Wednesday where
they will make their home.
Mrs. Elmer Franta entertained
Mrs. Walter Frank of Springfield,
Mrs. Alfred Weicks of Walnut
Grave, Mrs. Arthur Amann of
Marshall and Mrs. Stephen Ros
sier and Mrs. Lloyd Peavey at her
home Tuesday evening.
Ingrid, Glen and Ray Anderson
were dinner guests at the Ira
Zieske home Thursday.
Oscar Lindstrom, high school
coach visited from Thursday until
Sunday in the Twin Cities.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cooper of
Remer were guests at the A. F.
Hassenstab home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leistikow
and R. A. Leistkiow attended the
Sunday school convention at Red
wood Falls Sunday and were sup
per guests of Miss Elsie Howe at
the home of Mrs. Maud Weldon.
Mrs. John O’Brien and daugh
ter Nellie and son Edward of Wa
seca and Margaret O’Brien of
Waldorf were Thanksgiving guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rohlik.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Fischer is very ill with
pleurisy and pneumonia at the
New Uim hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goblirsch
drove to Sleepy Eye Sunday for a
visit with the latter’s mother, Mrs.
Mrs. L. A. Berg and son Clin
ton and Lester Berg of near Red
wood Falls were visitors at the
Edward Weldon home Sunday af
Alfred Brey of Klossner accom
panied by Mrs. Andrew Gleisner
and daughter Agnes and sons
Norbert and Alfred of Gibbon
were visitors of Dr. and Mrs. F.
W. Brey Sunday. Agnes Gleisner
remained and had Tier tonsils re
Mr. and Mrs. William Paulson
and family of Wabasso and Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Lau of Tracy were
entertained at the Christ Paulson
home Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fixsen and
family attended the funeral of O.
H. Gehrke at Lucan.
Blanche Wittwer was a visitor
at the William Frank home Sun
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Torney and
family drove to Springfield Sun
day to spend the afternoon at the
August Schultz home and the eve-
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F. E. Patten of Marshall was a
Wabasso caller Saturday.
Mrs. F. J. Neubauer and Mrs.
Julia Floeter were visitors at the
Ernest Lawrenz home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johanneck
and son Lawrence and Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Hirsch and family
were guests at the - Math Eichten
home at Wanda Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rassier
and family drove to Windom
.Thursday where they were enter
tained at the J. H. Christie home.
Mr. and Mrs. Orin Davis and
family visited at the William
Simning home at Morton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Paulson
and family of Tulare, S. D. visit
ed at the home of the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christ
x J aulson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson
and son were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simpson at
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kratzke and
family were Thanksgiving guests
at the Arthur Senst home in Wa
cerbury. Other guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Senst, Mr.
„nd Mrs. Gilbert Senst of Minne
apolis, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Anderson and son of Lamberton
and Mrs. Emil Kratzke and fam
ily of Waterbury. Arthur Kratzke
and family joined them at sup
Mr. and Mrs. William Stacken
and son Clarence and daughter
Ann and Miss Mathilda Schueller
were entertained by Mrs. Eliza
beth Lamprecht Thursday.
Miss Hildegard Brau of Lucan
visited with friends in Wabasso
Miss Dorothy Schueller and
Miss O’Keefe returned to Manka
to Sunday to resume their studies
at the Good Counsel academy af
ter visiting with the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Schueller since Wednesday.
William and Billie Anton drove
to Madelia Friday to visit with Dr.
A. J. Mac Lean, former dentist in
Otto Gadow of Wanda came
here Friday evening to get Misses
Marjorie Lyle and Dorothy Bal
fany. Miss Lyle visited until Sun
day at the Gadow home while
Miss Balfany visited with her
mother, Mrs. A. J. Balfany, at the
Paul Doepke home.
Ray Thomas accompanied his
mother, Mrs. Nellie Thomas to
her home at Walnut Grove
Thursday after a two weeks visit
at the Thomas home.
Mrs. George Anton and son !
Billie and daughters Magdelyn
and Delores and Andrew Bruck
oauer attended the Redwood
theatre Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Baltes
and son Jerry were guests at the
V. C. Hopfenspirger home at
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Baltes
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Sylves
ter Zeren and daughter, Rose Ann
at a buffet dinner at their home
Sunday and later attended the
Math Schueller and daughters
drove to Sleepy Eye Sunday for
a visit with relatives. Marie
Schueller took the bus for St.
Paul to resume her teaching.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berg and
daughter were visitors at the Gust
Backer home at Clements Sunday
afternoon and in . the evening
drove to Springfield for a visit
at the Andrew Jacoby home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turbes and
daughter, Rose Marie spent Sun
day afternon at the Math. Turbes
home at Walnut Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Franta and
family and N. J. Franta drove to
Watkins Sunday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Wartman. Mrs. N. J.
Franta who visited with her
daughter for three weeks return
ed with them.
A miscellaneous shower was
given at the city hall Saturday
evening for Miss Marion Zeren.
Lunch was served and Miss Zeren
received many gifts. She will be
a December bride.
Eunice Zender who teaches at
St. Anne’s school spent the week
end at her home at St. James.
Mr. and Mrs. Linus Stacken
and son, Larry were dinner guests
at the William Stacken home
Billie Anton left Sunday for
Minneapolis where he will attend
the Diesel school of Engineering.
Mrs. John Zeren and daughter,
Marion and son, Jimmie and Mrs.
Mohler and son, Walter were
visitors at New Ulm Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Linus Stacken en
tertained a few friends at a par
ty at their home Friday evening.
Mrs. Charles Goblirsch and
Miss Malania spent Monday and
Tuesday in the Twin Cities.
The Nutrition Group I met
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. F. W. Brey with 13 members
present. A luncheon was pre
pared and served. The meeting
December 10 will be an open
meeting at the Wabasso School
Auditorium. Meat cookers will
be the topic given by Miss Viola
Fred Fox and sons, Ray, Rich
ard and Jimmie attended the
show at Redwod Falls Friday eve
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schiffman en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Bagdons and son, Bobby and
daughter, Betty of Wabasso and
Miss Viola Albertson of Lamber
ton at their home Thanksgiving
Miss Marion Zeren left Tuesday
for Minneapolis after a month’s
visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Zeren.
Miss Viola Fixsen is assisting at
the L. Splinter home near Lucan
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hassenstab
and son, Bobby attended the Red
wood Theatre Sunday evening.
Mrs. Fred Fox entertained the
American Legion Auxiliary at her
home Tuesday evening. After the
business meeting whist was play
ed. High prize was won by Mrs.
L. A. Bangerter, Mrs. Nels Zeren
second high and low by Mrs. A. F.
Hassenstab. A lunch was served
by the hostess.
A shower was given at the city
hall Friday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Kreuger (nee Edna
Werner.) The evening was spent
in dancing and a lunch was ser
Elsie Kragh of Minneapolis
spent the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kragh.
Gregor Hirsch accompanied his
mother, Mrs. Frances Hirsch to
Springfield Wednesday where she
visited over Thanksgiving with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Daub and
children, Betty and Eugene were
dinner guests at the John Zollner
home Thanksgiving day.
Mrs. Joseph Schwarz Sr. left
Saturday via Redwood Falls for
St. Paul for a few days visit with
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sinclair and
daughter, Cathryn and son, Don
ald accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Sinclair and daughter,
Marilyn of Mankato drove to Mil
waukee Wednesday to visit until
Sunday with the former’s son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Garnet and Juanita Zieske,
Russell Berg, Ingrid Anderson
and Ralph Smith drove to the
Twin Cities Sunday from where
Garnet and Ralph took the train
to South Bend, Ind. to drive out
a new truck for Garnet Zieske.
Mr. and Mrs. Linus Stacken en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Bauer and Mrs. Frances Breu and
Fred Wendel at their home at
Vemeil Torney was the winner
of the quilt given by the Legion
Auxiliary members at the Pro
gress club card party Monday.
Miss Myrtle Mikkelson accom
panied Miss Irene Amoldt to her
home at Janesville Friday to visit
until Sunday at the parental Ar
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Senst were
supper guests at the Lorenz Krat
zke home Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Schmitz and son,
Ben, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuk and
sons and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tur
bes and daughters were enter
tained at the Pat Schmitz home at
Springfield Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson
and daughter, Joanne and Mr.
and Mrs. Emil Anderson spent the
last week with relatives at Chic
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bobsin and son
of Courtland and Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Hewitt of Bottineau, S. D.
returned to their home Tuesday
after a weeks visit at the Jerome
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomas and
son attended the show at Red
wood Falls Friday evening.
Weekly Report Of
By Mrs. W. R. Goudy
Seaforth—Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Peters entertained the following
friends and relatives at Thanks
giving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Eis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vin
cent Eis and son Edward, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Pistulka and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pape and
daughter Lucille, Ambrose Koelh
er and Frank Prantner.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Palmer
and family spent from Wednesday
until Sunday with relatives at
Carroll and Fonda, lowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hopman
had for Thanksgiving guests, Mr.
and Mrs. William Atkins and Mrs.
Elizabeth Klatt who came from
Renville Wednesday of last week
and will return to her home to
day. Mrs. Klatt is Mrs. Hopman’s
G. H. Johnson is suffering with
a lame back having strained the
muscles while lifting.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis
called on friends in Redwood
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winn had
as their Thanksgiving guests Mrs.
E. E. Mosier, Mrs. Effa Clipson
and family and the Misses Ada
and Jennie Winn of Redwood
Harvey Sells of Fairfax was a
visitor in Seaforth Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
and son Robert Jr. of Kimball, N.
D. and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wag
ner of Summerset, Wis. Were
Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. H. Johnson. .
Many from this vicinity attend
ed the program given by Miss Lu
cile Pape and her school in dis
trict 80 Tuesday evenipg.
Misses Dorothy and Nora Roh
lik who are attending Teachers
college spent Thanksgiving and
the weekend at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters ac
companied by Mrs. Louis Eis were
Saturday afternoon visitors at
The women of the Catholic con
gregation held a bake sale and
served sandwiches Wednesday af
ternoon in the basement of the
The Ladies Aid of the Presby
terian church will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. George Fuhr
December 10. Mrs. B. A. Fuhr
will be assistant hostess.
The Sunday school of the Pres
byterian church will hold a food
sale at the Mogenson store Satur
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jensen
visited at the Leslie Dallman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pequin
and family visited at the Emil
Redman home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Seick
were Thanksgiving guests at the
John Stava home near Milroy.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin en- '
tertained at dinner Sunday when
their guests were Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Gehrke and family and Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Jensen and family.
Leo Ruder of Redwood Falls
took Mr. and Mrs. Jens Larsen to
Minneapolis Monday where Mr.
Larsen received medical aid.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin i*'uns en
tertained at Thanksgiving dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boushek and
family of Vesta, John Redding of
liiroy, Miss Louise Bierl and Mr.
md Mrs. Vernon Dittbenner.
Mrs. Severt Benson and Bert 1
-• nson were dinner guests at the
. Hansen home Thanksgiv
Mr. and Mrs. August Siedschlag
- •'UfThters and Leonard Geis
ler spent Thanksgiving at the
Robert Wille home at Lamberton.
Mrs. Amanda Lage and son
Harry left Wednesday for Man
ning, lowa to Visit relatives a few
days. Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Lage and Leo Willhite left
here with a truck load of . house
hold goods to join them at Man
ning and from there they started
for Redlands, Calif, where they
will make their home.
Mrs. Halvor Rue and children
visited with Mrs. Mary Haag
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roller and
children visited with Mike Roll
er at the Tracy hospital Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jensen en
tertained at dinner Thanksgiving
day Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grains
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jen
sen and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Martin and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wille, Mrs.
O. H. Gehrke and Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Gehrke went to Morgan
Saturday where the two latter re
mained to visit a few days.
Miss Mildred Dittbenner was a
guest at the Ray Reding home at
Morgan Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mrs. William Haag
were Thanksgiving day guests at
the Earl Jefferson home at Mar
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Patterson
and family were Thanksgiving
day guests at the Elmer Anderson
home at Tracy.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hart
wich announce the birth of a son
Saturday at the Tracy hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pavek and
family visited at the Gust Wur
scher home Sunday evening.
George Fridley of Lamberton
visited relatives here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pavek and
family were callers at Wabasso
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Viergutz of
Lucan visited at the Henry Bauer
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McElrath
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Priest at Wood Lake Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rust Sr. had
as supper guests Thanksgiving
day Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rust and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rust
Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs.
George Raveling of Lucan and
ivir. and Mrs. Roy Kidder and
daughter of Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gall,
Harriet and Lois, visited at the A.
H. Dietz home at Holland, Minn.,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reng
storf and son Roger were Thanks
giving guests at the Joseph
Schueller home at Courtland.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gladitsch
and family spent from Thursday
until Sunday in St. Paul at the
home of Mrs. Gladitsch’s sister.
Miss Maxine Hemmingson of
Redwood Falls was a guest at the
Frank Boushek home from Thurs
day until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tolzman and
family were Thanksgiving dinner
guests at the Adolph Wallert
home at Renville.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen
had as dinner guests Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hirschfield and
daughter of Tracy.
Eli Rekedal and Wilbert Lem
cke spent from Saturday until
Tuesday in Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. William Engel and
family of Seaforth visited at the
Nick Engel home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Merl Starr of
Sacred Heart and Mr. and Mrs. A.
F. Gertejansen and son Roland
accompanied Ervin Sackl to New
Ulm where they visited relatives
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Emelie Bendix entertained
at dinner Tuesday evening Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Larson and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sickman and
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rengstorf
and family spent Thanksgiving at
the Fred Rengstorf Sr. home at
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spent from Thursday until Sun
cky at the Oscar Isaackson home
Mr. and Mrs. Erhard Rust were
Thanksgiving guests at the James
Hcwe home at Milroy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Werner and
family were dinner guests at the
Bernard Hovald home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meier and
family visited at the Robert H.
Marquardt home Thursday eve
Mr. and Mrs. Ormie Wyman of
Pembina, N. D. came Monday to
visit until Saturday at the A. D.
Misses Bertha and Vera Lange
of Belview visited at the Walter
Lemkuhl home. Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziegler,
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Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Larson and
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