Heling March 1950 Waukesha Daily Freeman
the Mrs a Carroll Alden Naval he paternal took spring A. G. vacation Academy reopened Monday Surprised to Learn She Is Party's Guest of Honor and at Martin's Rutte, h e r e . to home Ruttes Austria been a two Antique week. SUSSEX - (Special) - Mrs. Anna Youngbauer was the most surprised surprised person in the group when she found she was guest of honor at a family reunion last Friday. Mrs. Youngbauer was observing her 75th birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arlo Pitcher at Green Lake. Mrs. Youngbauer is -the mother of John Youngbauer, Youngbauer, Sussex. Guests included her eight children, children, 29 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Three grandchildren grandchildren could not be present. Mrs. Youngbauer was given a gold wrist watch. Marjorie Rankin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rankin, Lisbon, with other nurses from the Milwaukee County Nurses' Training school, went to Madison, Saturday, where they attended a special meeting on Monday. Another Another d a u g h t e r , Martha, was awarded a star first rating in a musical tournament at Whitewater Whitewater recently for her solo, "My Lover Was a Fisherman." Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lingelbach Lingelbach left for LaFayette, Ind., Friday Friday morning to visit their daughter daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dahle and family. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Home and family of Wheeling, 111., spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Home and family. family. Mrs. Will Heling and daughters, Mrs. Rudy Heling and Miss Viola Heling, Mrs. Paul Heling, and Miss Ann Buechner of Milwaukee, went to Mukwonago Thursday where they enjoyed a picnic dinner with Clara Ternpero. L o i s Williams joined the group there, and all went to LaGrange, and were afternoon afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mundt and family. family. The Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Reykdal are expected home this week after a several weeks vacation vacation in California. Reykdal will hold services again in the local Methodist church Sunday. The regular monthly meeting of the Waukesha County Rural Ministers' Ministers' association was held in the Lisbon United Presbyterian church Monday. The gentlemen brought their lunch, and were served coffee coffee by the ladies of the Woman's Missionary society. Friends from this vicinity attended attended the home talent play, "Husbands Are Human," pie social, bazaar and candy sale at the Plainview school, Lisbon, Friday evening. The affair was a success from every angle. Jimmie^Meissner Jimmie^Meissner entertained the audience with several piano accordion selections during the intermission. Milk and Cattle BRATTLEBORO, Vt. -(SpeciaD- Baird Brothers, Waukesha, Wis., recently acquired a registered Holstein-Friesian cow from the herd of E. N. Poster, Columbus, Orfio. Change of ownership for this animal, Doraldo Ormsby Tayne Kol, has been officially recorded by the Holstein-Friesian Association Association of America. The association issued 37,179 registry and transfer certificates Wisconsin breeders during 1949. HAZERS WIN MURFREESBORO, T e n n . Police said one young bridegroom outsmarted himself. When he hid his automobile before his wedding to keep pranksters from bothering it, they "stole" it from its hiding place, brought it to the public square, decorated it lavishly, and saw that it got two red tickets for illegal parking.