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Mrs Frict and Miss Alma Sinn of
Nicollet spent last Wednesday visiting
the Cyril Walrath home. They also
visited Miss Alma Boerger who is ill
at the Uruon Ho pital.
Rudy Schmucker received notive this
week that re had passed his examina
tions and is now a full-fledged pharmacist.
He expects to continue at the Rehab1
Drug Store wre-e he has served his
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New Ulm, Minnesota.
Miss Clara Meyer, of Gibbon, is
enjoying a pleasant visit with the Frank
Miss Irene Larson of Hanska spent
several days last week visiting in New
Prof. Adolph Reim came up from
Mankato Sunday to spend the day with
the C. G. Reim family.
Mrs. Theo. Mueller entertained Friday
in honor of Mrs. Albm Carlson of Min
Mrs. Francis Eckert, of Gibbon,
arrived here last Tuesday, to make her
home with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eckert
for the winter.
Mr. Albm Carlson, of Minneapolis
is visiting with friends here. Mrs.
*, Carlson is the guest of the Philip Filsen
.family at present.
A Krall, supervisor of the Agricul
tural department of the St. James High
School, has been appointed county
agent of Watonwan Count}.
Alfred Nagel of Minneapolis, who
has been making a tour of the citie3 in
this part of the state, purchasing hay
for his company, spent several days in
New Ulm last week.
Mrs. F. H. Retzlaff visited Sunday in
Sleepy Eye with the Rev. Albrecht
Mrs. Dora Heers who has been suffer
ing severely from an inflamed eye is
A new baby arrived at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Edmund Reim of Kenosha,
Mrs. O. Barrum of Hanska was a
New Ulm visitor Wednesday and Thurs
The Lutheran Aid Society was enter
tained Thursday by Mrs. Reuter, Mrs.
Ristau, Mrs. Meltzer and Mrs. Reim.
Joseph E. Gleissner, the Rawleigh
man, is rejoicing over the receipt of a
medal which was awarded him for in
creasing his sales very materially.
Miss Christine Larson who has been
visiting at Mrs. Wilhelmine Boock's
for the past two weeks left for Sleepy
Miss Minnie Ott who has been spend
ing several days with her mother, Mrs.
Steinke, has returned to her home at
S. P. Nielson, Chas. Grussendorf and
Clarence Grussendorf will attend the
auto show at Minneapolis, February
The Young Ladies Sodality of the
Catholic Church gave a hard time
party at the school house Tuesday eve
ning of last week. It was attended by
the young people of the church and a
very jolly time was enjoyed.
Wm. Hoss, Jr., who has been at Arling
ton for the past eight years, until last
spring, has taken the agency for cream
buying for a Minneapolis concern and
is located at the rear of the Red Front
Grocery. His announcement appears
elsewhere in this issue.
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NEW ULM, MINN.
Miss Lucy Dohrmann is visiting with
her aunt, Mrs. A. A. Alwin. S
August Loffelmacher of Fort Ridgely
was in New Ulm on business Monday^
Wm. Ritt, the Edison man of St.
Peter, spent Monday visiting with E.
Teacher H. Klatt and F. H. Retzlaff
went to St. Paul yesterday to attend a
meeting of the local College Board.
Gulden Bros, have a job of installing
a heating plant a new building at
Redwood Falls this week.
Mrs. Ferd. Berg of North German
Street was taken to a local hospital this
Mrs. J. H. Brabender returned to her
home at Adrian after visiting for several
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Haynes.
Mrs. M. Rinkel entertained the Ladies
Aid of the Fnedens Church Sunday after
noon honor of her 75th birthday.
Miss T. Gobehrsch left for St. Cloud
last week and will take up nursing at
one of the hospitals there
Mrs. Fletcher, mother of Mrs. F. D.
Minium, spent several days here last
E. G. Hage spent last week looking
after business interests at Storm Lake,
Iowa. He returtied last Saturday.
Miss Theresa Hefter returned to her
home last week after spending several
days as the guest of the Misses Clara
and Mary Korbel.
Mrs. O. M. Olson who has been
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Chas.
Cromwell, at Molme, HI., returned home
last week. On her way back she made
short visits at Chicago and Milwaukee.
A sleighing party comprised of six
of the young married couples of the city
went out to the Alfred Marti home
Monday evening and enjoyed coasting
on the hills for several hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dalug left
Wednesday for Devils Lake, N. D.,
where they wilf spend three weeks
visiting with Mrs. Dalug's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Imberg.
Mrs. Ida Bobleter is spending several
weeks with the family of her son Dr. C.
Schorregge of Bismarck, N. D. There
is a new baby in the Doctor's family
and of course, his grandmother wanted
to see the young man.
Mrs. G. N. Drew who has been visit
ing with her parents, Prof, and Mrs.
Hess, left Wednesday to go to St. James
for a short visit where she used to teach
before her marriage, and she will then
return to her home at Buffalo, Minn.
The past week has been a busy one in
a social way owing to the fact that Lent5
is very near at hand. A number of
small parties and wedding celebrations
have been held and more are in prospect
for the next two seeks.
Carleton College at Northfield is
quarantined for Scarlet fever. There
are quite a number of New Ulm girls
a*nd boys attending Carleton but they
are not allowed to go home while the
college is under quarantine. St. Olaf's
College also at Northfield is under
quarantine for small-pox.
Miss Henrietta Hauenstem entertained
a number of the teachers at her home
girls, and the evening was spent playing
sleigh took the merry-makers home again.
A surprise party was arranged for
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Puchner Sunday
evening, by the St. Cecelian Society.
The occasion was in honor of their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary which
occurred yesterday. The evening was
spent in playing Five Hundred and prizes
were won by Miss Helen Berg, Miss Marie
Guenenfelder, M. Schuster and A. Henle.
The Turner Frauenverein observed
their regular birthday gathering last
Thursday and celebrated for Mrs. Scha
pekahm, Mrs. Brandt, Mrs. Maltzahn and
Mrs. Marks. Miss Alice Haeberle read a
very appropriate message of congrat
ulation, Miss Henrietta Hauenstein play
ed, the Misses Elsie Reiser and Asta
Gag sang a Spanish song in coctume and
Mrs. Reker and Elsie sang German
The Armory Prize Masquerade drew
a large crowd Saturday and an unusually
lar^e number of spectators were present
who joined in the* dancing after the
Colonel John. Bushers -visited in St.
James Friday. PL
B. G. Schultz of Nicollet looked after
business affairs in New Ulm Monday
Miss Agnes Giesekeand Miss Lucille
Bushers spent Friday in Mankato,
visiting with friends. J*~ "z
Miss Olita Niemann, who is teaching
near Sleepy Eye spent the week end in
Jack Augustine who is a student at
Mankato spent Sunday herewith rela
Miss Mary Krahl is expected home
this week after 'a month spent in the
Twin Cities looking up new styles.
Mrs. W. T. Eckstein entertained a
small party of friends Monday'afternoon
honor of her birthday.
Mrs. John J. Smith of Searles is spend
ing a week with her mother, Mrs. Marg
aret Schmidt and other relatives here.
Prof. E. Bhefernicht conducted the
church services in the Morgan Lutheran
Miss Elsie Retzlaff returned Saturday
from a visit with relatives and friends in
Minneapolis. She had been gone nearly
W. Manmers of Fairfax, a nephew of
Mrs. Geo. Durbahn, is seriously ill
with pneumonia at Camp Cody, New
Saturday evening. They sent a sleigh take Mr. Schneider's place in the
in for the teachers who were dressed to Whestra and let him dance. When they
represent children, some boys and some
Austed and Miss Grace Williams, -were
also prize winners. The judges were]
The wives of the faculty members of
the Dr. Martin Luther College arranged
a surprise party for -Mrs. Reuter last
evening in honor of her birthday. All
of the members of the faculty were also
The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Posch in St. Paul is ill with
scarlet fever and the older child Edith,
is here with her grandmother, Mrs.
Chas. Hauenstein. The little girl is
four years old.
Mrs. H. F. Krook spent a part of last
week visiting at the A. H. Lienhard home
in Minneapolis. Miss Vivian Lienhard
graduated last week from the West Side
High School and Mrs. Krook attended
A number of the ladies of the Meth
odist Church arranged a party at the
Glaesemann home in honor of Mrs. C.
Cleveland and her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Strassturt who have been staying there
for some time. Mrs. Strassturt visited
Springfield a couple of days last week
but returned again to New Ulm.
Mrs. Francisca Bellm was pleasantly
surprised Saturday evening when foui
teen of her friends called to spend the
evening. Mrs. Bellm has been away
for almost two years and so the party
was a sort of reanidn. Five Hundred
was played and Mrs. John Neumann,
Miss Alice Haeberle and Mrs. Geo.
Schmidt were the prize winners. Supper
A pleasant surprise was arranged Sat
urday for Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schneider
of South Broadway. Their friends, to
the number of one hundred or more,
gathered at Turner Hall Gym for what
they said was to be a private dancing
party and Mr. Schneider was asked to
play in the orchestra. Mrs. Schneider
attended the party and after they had
been there for a time someone volunteered
'kid" games and after supper the big orchestra would not be re-
be of the com-
the fact that his serv-
quired for the rert of the evening as he
and Mrs. Schneider were to be the guests
of honor, and the party had been arrang
ed in celebration of their crystal wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Schneider were married
in February but their wedding date
falls in Lent this year and their friends
took time by the fore-look. The cel
ebrants were presented with a number of
gifts of cut glass and the occasion was
a very pleasant one for all concerned.
HEIDER IS MORE S
_, Northern Rock Island Plow Co.,
masks were remo\ed. The first group i
prize went to a school master, Richard, ., -..
v.* ji. ,,. Gentlemen: The Heider tractor
Macho and his pupils, Mrs. John Vogel,'. ..
•KK A iv i. XT I has given the best oef satisfaction
Mrs. Albert Nenno, Mrs. John Ahle, I ..».
Mrs. Aug. Boesch, Miss Frances La^ I Have used
macker, Muss Cecelia Macho and Miss ^^Tu
was taken the gypsy girls Nor a
Staroschein, Dora Schreyer, Clara Far
nngton, Meta Geke^r, Julia Gekeler and
Emma Mattle. Tre third prize AHas
awarded to the black and yellow dom
inoes, Miss Krahl and her brother.
Earl Pellant as the old maid, Frank
Franta, as the porter, Alex Garrow as a
Mexican, Olivia Klause as the ballet
girl, Fred Schultz as a sailor, Clarence
Simmet and Miss Louise Witt as "Dr.
jEisenbart" and the baby doll, the Turk,
ithe Jap and the Liberty girls, Miss Clara
a W W 8
an* with sufficienht poweer to handl'e
four in stubble, plowing easily on
one and one-third to one and three
quarter gallons of fuel per acre.
Any prospective purchaser of a
tractor can refer to me concerning
the HEIDER. It is everything and
more than represented, IKg^'Sf' fe
^Thti. S S
tif*£$&^rtfa*i) D. Doe.
S E S S I a'-'"- MINN.
Forest English is busy this week with
e'ectncal work at Springfield.
Leonard Augustine of Sleepy Eye re
turned home Monday after a visit with
the J. Holm family.
Work Clothes forMen
E in chosen for quality a and fit.
Overalls, all he a a colors a a
W a W Shirts, W Underwear Glove a
it S a a in a S to a
The Standard Bearers Society of the
Methodist church met last evening
with Miss Bessie Schrader.
Mrs. Chas Peterson and children of
Waseca have been spending a few days
with Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Lindemann.
Miss Viola Palmer of Gaylord has
been visiting in New Ulm for a few days.
She and Miss Anna Vogelpohl left Friday
for Mankato for a short visit there.
Mrs. Henry Kranibeer entertained
Sunday afternoon in honor of her birth
day. The house was decorated with
pink and white carnations. Five Hun
dred was played and lunch was served.
he success of this Busines is built on me of service
14 N in S a Firs S to re N in
TO THE KNITTERS OF,
NEW ULM & VICINITY
We have just received anew
shipment of regulation Khaki
color, worsted Yarns, still sell
ing at the old price, and we
would advise buying at once.
PIANO TUNING: Write to Hugo
Frey Mankato, Minn, or leave orders
with Wm. Winkelmann. I am suc
cessor to R. Jache. Adv. 5
NOTICE OF SALE
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of Pfaender & Enckson by the
undersigned, as Administrator of the
Estate of Maria Schultz, up to noon
February 4, 1918, for the Schultz house,
corner Washington and First South
Streets, New Ulm, being Lot 1, Block 40
The right is reserved of rejecting any
and all bids.
Adv. 5 ALBERT PFAENDER.
Palm Olive Soap Free. With every
$.50 purchase of Palm Olive Goods,
Shampoo, Vanishing Cream, Cold Cream,
you will receive free of charge 2 Bars of
Palm Olive Soap. This offer is good
only to Feb. 1st.
Just received an early Spring
shipment of Voiles and Cotton
Foulands, beautiful textures
and designs, atpopular prices.
4 Department Store.
I Thank You.
During the month of October thou
sands of men who sell Rawleigh Products
had a sales contest, the prize for each
successful man being an Honor Medal.
It gives me much pleasure to announce
that I secured enough additional business
to entitle me to a Medal and I take this
opportunity to thank my many customers
who patronized me so liberally that the
Company awarded me a Medal. I will
call again on all my friends with my
store-on-wheels, loaded with Rawleigh
Quality Products and trust I may merit
a continuance of your patronage.
Sincerely and thankfully yours,
Adv.5. Jos. E. Gleisner,
The Rawleigh Man.
Building 40 60 on Center Street,
with 5 living rooms up stairs. Cheap.
Centrally located. Phone 68.—Adv. 5tf.
FOR SALE: High Grade Holstein Bull
Calces. Three weeks to six months
old. G. E. LAMBRECHT,
Adv. 5 R. 4, New Ulm. Tel. 1708
If in need of an auctioneer and look
ing for the high dollar, list your sales with
me. Tel. 283. A. S. DORN.
WE BUY AND SELL LOTS AND
CITY PROPERTY. N.HENNING
SEN AGENCY. Adv. 29tf
Office rooms for rent. Formerly
used by Rural Telephone Company.
Inquire at John F. Neumann's.
in you is not determined by the amount
of your business. We are interested
in your success because without the
success of ^the individuals of this com
|S: munity we cannot succeed,
Ne IHoa, Minn.
FOR SALE: New 8 room house, 405
South Washington Street.
H. R. SCHWARTZ,
Adv2tf New Ulm, Minn.
Registered Holstein bulls from eight
to eighteen months old.
Arthur Mecklenburg, New Ulm
Rt. 4, Tel. 1513 adv 51 tf
WE 6RIND OUR OWN LENSES
102 No. Minn. St. Tel. 87