Watznauer Family Get Together
deciding ci- wheat present Watznauer Family Has Get Together! FORESTBTJRG, Juno 18.--(Special)--A family reunion was held at the home o! John Watznauer when thÂ« eight sisters of Mrs. Watznauer, and their only brother joined In a birthday celebration on Thursday. They and their families were Mr. Mrs. Ernest Blow and son of Ipswich; Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Burdine of Foi'- cstburB; Mr. and Mrs. Herman. R.\ihofÂ£ of Wntaurja; Mr. and rMs. Frank Nehl and daughter of Watauga: Mr. and Ed Hinker of W a t a u g a Carl OberViauser and daughter o! Wutauga: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hinker Crcsbard; Mrs. Tom Gardner of Terry, Mont. Other relatives and friends present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watznauer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watznauer, jr.. all Artesian: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ellingson. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Fouberg. Mr. Mrs. Henry Hinker. all of Forestburg; Mrs. Lizzie Kobriger of Woonsocket; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kobriger, Mr. Mrs. Jim Murtha. all of Woonsocket,' Mr. an'd Mrs. Charles Graves and ef- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton ily, all of Artesian; Mr. and Mrs. lÂ«n: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellinflson; __ com- and Mrs. S. A. Gere: Mr. and Mrs. Fouberg: Mr. and Mrs. Irve Starr; and Mrs. Bert Lindsey; Mr. and Clarence Baysinger; Mrs. Ole Knxitson; Severt Peterson; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Funkenbusch; William Bushy;^ ' . Maggie Bushy. The dinner table was centered with six tier birthday coke mad* by Henry Hinker and decorated with the candles for the years passed. He was presented with a purse of money the quests and many individual gifts.