Clipped From Monroe Evening Times
Mrs. B. F.' Kriot daughter The S, promptly. • New Glarus By Mrs. Arthur A. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Matt J. Stuessj •left Wednesday for Baltimore ,Md. to spend a week with-theii son-in-law and daughter,. Mr ~ ~~ Kriotfs and ob J serve their-, golden wedding an niversary March 28. Mr.-and Mrs. Wilbert Frich Pasadena, Calif., and_^Drj anc Mrs. V 3. t J»t» V t . J- tva^i i»^.t* •«[ T**!"" 1 * homes due to'the suddcrt deat-h of Melvin Fjelstol, the father o Mmes. Frich and Bunts. Mmes. John Argue and Arth ur Schutt were called to Blue River because of ,the serious ill ness of their father, Lern Weir, who suffered a stroke Tuesday. Miss Alice Zemp, Milwaukee, is spending some time at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zemp. Josh Hoesly, Quinton Ott, Kenneth Hoesly, Marshall Ingwell. Ingwell. Arthur Doyle, Palmer Strickler, Ralph Luchsinger, Henry Opferman, Eugene Stuessy, Stuessy, Jacob Disch, Gerald Disch and George Hartman attended the basketball tournament in Madison Thursday. between To minimum, 19. 1941, (NDMB). It had anything: management their most NDMB each .'management, It blew when two both from UULII .LLUIII They did the board Lewis' demanded mines companies. The finished month, the. war. President white and Labor A fathiazole, Hydroxide. Get RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS Darlington —(Special)— Don Teasdale, son of Mr. and Mrs.