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Mrs. William Mueller and son,
Richard, accompanied by Mrs. Marie
Altermatt and daughter, Miss Mildred,
all of Springfield, and Mrs. John Posz
of Sanborn were local shoppers in this
city on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Herman Siegler and daughter,
Miss Clara, have returned to their
home in Sleepy Eye after visiting with
their daughters, Mrs. Francis Bastian
and Mrs. Alfred Mueller and families
in this city, for a few days.
Mrs. Nick Harris of Mankato under
went a successful operation at the
Mayo hospital in Rochester last week,
and is improving very nicely. Mrs.
Harris is a sister of Mrs. Wm. Stelljes
and Mrs. Wm. Blauert of this city.
Herman Kissner of Sleepy Eye re
turned to the local Union Hospital
Friday. Mr. Kissner recently under
went an operation and was allowed to
go home, but new complications arose,
and it was necessary that he return to
the hospital for further treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Halversoh
have returned from California to their
home in Brighton. They had been
in California for several months
and came to visit with their son, Emil
who set sail from New York Friday,
for Buenos Aires, South America.
Miss Irene Forster has returned to
her home in Springfield after a short
visit with her friend, Miss Florence
Baer. She had come here to take
part in the spotlight number at the
benefit show at the Grand theatre,
Thursday evening which was given
by the local American Legion.
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C. G. Reim, lover of dogs and butter
flies.has adopted a German police dog.
Charles J, Lindquist accompanied
by his little son of Lafayette was a
business visiter in New Ulm Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Gruenenfelder, and
little son, of Marshall were week-end
visitors .at the B. Esser and B. Gruen
enfelder homes in this city.
William H. Gieseke began his official
duties as deputy sheriff on Wednesday
having been recently appointed to the
office by William J. Julius.
Henry Dohrmann, accompanied by
his son of Sleepy Eye, were visitors
at the A. A. Alwin home on North
Washington street, Saturday.
Dr. L. A. Fritsche spent the past
week at Litchfield where he visited with
his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Bond. He made the
trip to Litchfield by car.
Edward Hall, who was brought to
the local Union Hospital recently to
undergo an operation for appendicitis,
has sufficiently recovered to be able to
return to his home in Morgan.
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William Classen spent Friday at
Springfield visiting with his father,
and also with other relatives and
Mr. aid Mrs. Peter Smith of Fair
fax visited over the week-end with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Marks oa North German Street.
Miss Edna Bendixen of Springfield
visited with local friends, Saturday
and Sunday, and was the guest of
Mrs. A. F. Retzlaff residing on Center
Miss Mathilda Coupanter of St.
Paul arrived in this city, last Thurs
day and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank P. Zschunke, residing on South
Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt of
Gaylord were visitors at the Theodore
Gierke home in this city during the
week. They returned to their home
on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Ed. Sandman and little son
of Morgan, are visitors at the William
Gluth home on North Franklin St.
They will visit here during this week'
and return^ home on Sunday.
Frank J. Hacker returned to his
home in Lafayette on Monday after
noon after spending three weeks at
the local Loretto Hospital, where he
had been receiving medical attention.
Mrs. R. Rubitschung arrived here
from Springfield, Thursday afternoon,
and is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Louis Glasser this week. She will re
turn to her home the latter part of the
Peter Forster arrived here from
Minneapolis on Friday morning to
visit with New Ulm relatives and
friends. Mr. Forster expects to leave
for his hone the latter part of the
week. .„• .. -. -i v....
Miss Marie Classen has again re
sumed her duties as stenographer in
the office of the New Ulm Rural Tele
phone Company, after spending a
pleasant week with her friend, Miss
Florence Bird, at Springfield.
It has been rumored that the St.
Olaf's choir cf Northfield is likely to
appear in New Ulm some time this
spring. This would be a wonderful
treat to New Ulm people as the St.
Olaf's chcir is considered one of the
very best in America and has a world
Attorney T. 0 Streissguth disposed
of his law library in Gaylord to Bon
niwell & Rogstad, a new law firm who
expect to open offices at the Sibley
County seat the* early part of this
month. Mr. Stresisguth has been
making regular trips to Gaylord every
Saturday which he will now discon
The Albert Wiltscheck family, re
siding on North Franklin Street will
remove to Minneapolis the latter part
of this week where they will make their
future home. Mr. Wiltscheck has
accepted the foremanship of the Witt
Meat Market on Hennepin Avenue,
Minneapolis. Mr. Wiltscheck was
formerly employed at the local Saffert
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Elmer Schweppe of Ormsby spent
Sunday vidting with. local relatives
Miss Ida Kotten has' returned to
her home in Sleepy Eye after a pleas
ant stay at the Max Sebald home in
Thomas organ of Marshall, sales
man for the Standard Oil Company,
was a business caller in New Ulm
Miss Bertha Oswald of Gibbon was
the guest of local relatives and friends,
Thursday. She had come here to do
Mrs. Charles Lindmeyer returned
today from the Twin Cities where she
spent the past week, visiting with rela
tives and friends.
The Ladies Guild of the St. Peters
Episcopal church will have a regular
business meeting next Wednesday af
ternoon April 12 at the church parlors.
Miss Anna Schroepfer of Sleepy Eye
underwent an operation for appendici
tis at the Loretto hospital, Friday.
She is convalescing very satisfactorily
Miss Oleta Heymann will leave for
St. Paul today where she will re-enter
the Jean Browne Martin Home to
complete her course in child nursing.
Mrs. James Cosgriff returned to
Lamberton, Thursday, after a few
days' visit with hec mother, Mrs.
Emilia Forster, residing on South
Miss Leona Wegner, who is teach
ing in a rural school near New Ulm,
spent the past week-end visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Weg
ner at Lamberton.
The William C. M. Zinke family
motored to Truman on Saturday mor
ning to atttend the funeral of Hilda
Krenz who died Wednesday afternoon.
She was a niece of Mr. Zinke.
The D. M. L. College and Lutheran
choirs which are under the direction
of Prof. F. Reuter are practicing a
sacred cantata which will be given be
fore college closes in June.
Mrs. Edwin Schmalz of Winthrop
and Miss Emma Koch of Gaylord
visited at the Charles Brust Sr. home
several days during the past' week.
They returned to their respective homes
Mrs. August Hummel, accompanied
by her daughter Ruth and son Carl
spent the past weekjend at Morgan,
visiting with her daughter, Miss Ellen,
who is an instructor in the public
schools at that' place.
John Schimschock and \daughter,
Miss Florence, accompanied by F. E.
Baltis and daughter, Miss Clara, all of
Sleepy Eye were local visitors in New
Ulm, Tuesday afternoon. They also
visited at the A. J. Schimschock home
in this city.
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Fritsche re
ceived word that their daughter,
Louise, who is attending the Univer
sity of Wisconsin had been ill with-a*
severe attack of the grippe, is now im
proving and will be able to return to
the sorority house the latter part of
this week. Louise has been confined
to her bed at the University Hospital
for the past ten days. She is expected
home next week and will spend her
Easter vacation with her parents here.
Mrs. John Herzog, Tesiding on South
Front street, suffered a heart stroke
on Thursday shortly before six o'clock
in the morning. Mrs. Herzog had
apparently been in the best of health
and the ttroke came very suddenly!
She had gotten up that morning and
dressed but was taken with a dizzy
spell and fell to the floor. Her scream
brought the rest of the family to her
assistance and a physician was called
immediately to take care of her. Mrs.
Herzog is feeling somewhat better
now, but is confined to her bed and
may be for several weeks.
Those who remember Miss Marie
Schmidt, a daughter of George
Schmidt, one of the founders of the
Empire Mills, will be interested to
know that her little four year old. son,
Richard, has won aGnuniber of swim
ming trophies on the Pacific coast.
The youngster's. picture appeared in
the Minneapolis Sunday Tribune re
cently, showing him sitting on one of
the silver loving cups he has won and
holding another one on his Knee while
the front of his sweater was decorated
with medals for the different events in
which he has taken first place. Miss
Marie Schmidt, now Mrs. Richard
Hedrick, has not lived in New Ulm for
a good many years but has made her
home at Los Angeles where she
married about eight yjears ago. Her
little son is champion of all classes
from three months old to four years,
according to the Tribune. He won his
trophies by swimming a quarter of a
mile. Not only is the boy a champion
swimmer but he also appears in the
movies and has played with, .William
Hart and Anita Stewart. r-^J *t
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New Ulm Review, New Ulm, Minn., Wednesday, April 5, 1922.
Edwin Wilfahrt of Wilfahrt Bros
orchestra, received a new Cohen saxa
phone on Saturday. *.?*&£ ft**
A. C. Clark, principal of the High
School spent the week end visiting
friends at Mankato. ^v^o-v" ytff
The Union Hospital Aid Society will
have a social afternoon at the Turner
Hall Club rooms on "Monday, April 10.
Henry J. Berg, P. J. Graff, D.
Minium and Capt. M. Sebald were
St. Paul business visitors Thursday
and Friday.*," ~.
On Tuesday afternoon a bouncing
baby boy made his appearance at the
Dr. A. F. Groebner home. The new
daddy is wearing, a great smile these
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lauterbach and
and Mr. and Mrs. John Schilt of Red
wood Falls were guests at the John
Henle home on North State street,
Mrs. H. D. Beussmann has returned
to her home in this city from Havana,
Illinois where she had been visiting
with relatives and friends for the past
Mrs. George Schuler and little daugh
ter, Loraine left yesterday afternoon
for St. James where they will visit for
a week at the George Keim and Frank
Miss Esther Meierding of St. Paul
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arnold
Cordes, on North Franklin Street.
Miss Meierding will spend two weeks
here before returning home.
Charles Wilfahrt was in the Twin
Cities, Thursday. While there he
visited the Hood, Firestone and Good
rich Companies at Minneapolis and
the Belkre Company at St. Paul.
Miss Aleen Seiter returned from
Minneapolis Friday evening where she
had gone to consult with an ear
specialist. She also visited at the
Henry Presthold home while in the
Mrs. Emma Green o•f Faribault is a
guest of her sister, Mrs. William Hell
mann, residing on North Broadway,
and of other local relatives and friends.
Mrs. Green expects to make her home
Mrs Robert Prafke, who has been
visiting with her sister, Mrs. Martin
Eyrich, returned to her home at Fari
bault, Monday afternoon. She wasNo.
accompanied by her little nephew,
The Misses Edna -Emmerich and
Minnie Rudd, who have been employed
at the Eagle RolleF Mill offices, left
last Sunday afternoen for Aberdeen,
S. D. where they entered the normal
school at that placev—-
Alex Altenburg, who has spent the
winter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lorenz Altenburg, residing on North
Franklin Street, left- for'Wanda the
fore part of last week where he will
be employed as a carpenter this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Spieker,* Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Meyer and Mr. andhere
Mrs. F. A. Fierke of Sleepy Eye visited
on Sunday at the bedside of Paul
Spieker, who underwent an operation
for appendicitis at .the local Loretto
Hospital last week.
Mrs. William Winter of Ivanhoe was
a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Alex F. Ranweiler residing on North
Broadway and al&p at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Veronica Schmirl,
and other local relatives and friends,
last week. ..
Miss Hannah O'Brien returned from
St. Peter on Monday evening, where
she had been visiting the past several
months with her brothers William and
Henry O'Briati.'•:% Miss O'Brien is
making her home with Mrs. Eleanor
Mullen on South German street.
Mrs-. G. F.'Reineke will leave to
morrow for Minneapolis where :he
will attend the semi-annual-meeting
of the Woman's Foreign5 IJissionary
Society, and will spend the week end
visiting with her son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harbld^Reineke.
£lHenry Held and' Armiri• Heymann,
local agents for the Standard Oil
Company, were at Mankato last Wed
nesday to attend the semi-annual meet
ing of agents and salesmen of the Stan
dard Oil Company. William Marti,
Ed. Thiede and Edward Schroeder
also attended the Thursday meeting.
Roland Hohn, son of Rev. and Mrs.
G. G. Hohn, who has been quite seri
ously ill from a relapse following in
is still confined to his bed,New
but at the present time is steadily
improving. He took sick first about
a month ago, and having apparently
recovered returned to his studies at
school but suffered a relapse.
Dr. O. J. Seifert was in Hastings
last Wednesday where he had gone
to give professional testimony in the
personal injury suit of Louis Becker
of this city"against the Omaha Railroad.
It will be remembered that Mr. Becker
was seriously injured in an accident
while he was employed as fireman for
the Omaha road. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Becker were present at the. trial.
Today, Wednesday, *you can meet
me at Columbia Clothing Store,
where I show suitings for made-to
your measure clothing. C. W, Bailey.
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Alfred Vogel and J. R. Higgs made
a business trip to Springfield Saturday
morning. ^&&$&) ^ja$$
William Bohn of Morgan submitted
to an operation for appendicitis at the
Union Hospital on Friday morning, t!^j
xpiRev. C. G. Hohn was a business
caller at St. James, yesterday after
noon. The trip was made by auto. 1$"
Mrs. Frank Zupfer of this city un
derwent a successful operation at the
local Loretto Hospital, Monday morn
ing. 1 -*V
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Mrs. Ernst Schultz and son Wenzel
returned to their home in St. James
on Saturday afternoon after a several
days' visit with the George and John
Schuler families, residing on South
There will be a lecture on Africa and
other foreign fields by a missionary
who will be at the Methodist church
next Tuesday evening beginning at
8 o'clock. Pictures and views of
Africa will also be shown at the tine.
|y: Miss Ima Juni left Friday morning
for Jordan, Minn., where she will visit
for several weeks with relatives and.
friends. From, there she will go to
Denver, Colorado, to resume her duties
as Red Cross nurse at the Fitzsimmons
Mrs. Eleanora Mullen is expected
home this evening or tomorrow from
ah extended trip with her daughter
Mrs. Louis Blattermann of St, Louis,
Mo., and with relatives in Texas,
Illinois and Wisconsin. Mrs. Mullen
left New Ulm in February.
A. A. Ackermarin of this city re
ceived a call from the Lutheran con
gregation at Mankato, yesterday after
noon. 'The matter will be submitted
to the congregations that Prof. Acker
mann serves, namely the Brighton and
Essig, and a decision will then be made.
The Mankato congregation had their
meeting a week ago Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Oswald and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pless, all of
Gibbon were in New Ulm Monday
afternoon to attend the burial of Mrs.
John Maresch of Gibbon, who died at
her home there last Saturday morning,
Mrs. Maresch was the mother of Mrs.
Oswald and Mrs. Pless. Interment
was made in the local city cemetery.
The members of the New Ulm Lodge
58 Oddfellows, entertained the
members of the Madelia team at
Schell's hall on Friday evening. There
were about fifty present in all, thirty
members of the Madelia team being
present. After the conferring of the
degree and the business session a lun
cheon was served and a smoker was
Mrs. Otto Kohn of St. Peter wh"6
has been visiting here with her mother,
Mrs. Josephine Rolfing spent the past
several days with her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Frank Zupfer at the Loretto
Hospital. Mrs. Zupfer was operated
on Monday morning. Mr. Kohn who
had spent the week end with his wife
returned to St. Peter Monday
County Auditor Louis G. Vogel is
in receipt of a letter from the Minne
sota Tax Commission in which he is
notified that the assessors of the County
are to meet with a representative of the
Tax Commission at the Courthouse,
April 12 at 10 o'clock, A. M. Mr. Vo
gel is requested to send notices to the
assessors and is also urged to have the
members of the County Board present.
The meeting will be open to the pub
lic and anyone interested in the sub
ject of taxtion may attend if he so de
."Mother O Mine'!
First presentation in New Ulm'of
the most widely-discussed domestic
drama of the year! Thomas H. Inces
throbbing "thriller/'"Mother O' Mine.'
A story of the world- and its p^oplej
so replete with suspense and beauty
as to take rank as one of the screen's
most .^brilliant productions. Notable
cast featuring Lloyd Hughes, Betty
Blythe, Joseph Kilgur, Betty Ross
Clark, Claire 'McDowell. Produced un
der the personal supervision of Thomas
fit. Ince, at the Lyric Monday and
^SLEEPY EYE MARRIAGE./
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Misss Leona Strassburg and Edward
Giese, Jr., of Sleepy Eye were quietly
married at the Lutheran parsonage at
Ulm Thursday morning, March
23 at 8:30. Rev. Albrecht of Newturned
Ulm performed the ceremony.
Miss Lina Giese, sister of the groom,
acted as bridesmaid and Milton Alwin,
cousin of the bride, acted as attendant
to the groom. jg
Miss Strassburg is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Strassburg and is
well and favorably known. Mr.
Giese is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' Ed
ward Giese, Sr., and is well known in
After the ceremony the young peo
ple retired to the home of the bride's
parents and A wedding dinner was
The happy couple have taken up
theft residence on the old Altermatt
farm in Leavenworth and will be at
home to their many friends in the near
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pless, re
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