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Mmonroe Evening times - THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1946 Heimann has Va.,...
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1946 Heimann has Va., after furlough with Mrs. John and relatives. Honor Scouts were county A large number made and attended from counties besides director of the the Wisconsin spoke meeting in the Mon- Number 1... (Continued from page 1) accentuates the necessity of plans for immediate advancement of our forward lines of resistance and offense." The cabinet member said he realized that it was a "difficult time" in which to be talking about keeping a strong navy intact, but he 1 said that until the United Nations proves that it can outlaw outlaw the use of the atomic bomb this country must keep its military military establishment strong. Number 2... , (Continued from page 1) Glarus, John U. Steinmann, Monticello, Monticello, Harold Schoof, Brodhead, Leon Holcomb and August Burgi, arrived home both of Monticello, and Nathan I. Camp McCoy j Steussy, Roy F. Kundert, Adolph separated from|Schild, Paul J. Dubach, Gordon has been sta- Busser, all of Monroe, Calif. and son, Delano, Edward Nybroten | chairman o£ the and Palmer Berg, Argyle, visited i committee of the at the Leonard Walden home. I Plumbers association, Arnold Wandfluh, Paoli, was a j was about one-third less business caller here. (at work in the state Mrs Arthur Gmur and son,!will be needed during Dorral, who have been visiting] pated construction relatives several weeks, returned j near future. j to San Francisco. Kenneth Gmur, i who had spent several weeks here » i VA/I,_»|-__ I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe jMSK Wnerner •Gmur, after receiving discharge |- rnmp T nr from the army, returned to San inCOtnC I OX ' Francisco with them. | Miss Alice Zemp, who had spent .several days at the home of her ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zemp, i the estate of Franklin ! returned to her position at West velt today were seeking Bend *ax department ruling Mr! and Mrs. Calvin Zurbachen,! the late President I Verona, were callers here I from 1945 state personal The seniors of the high school' taxes because he was were in Madison to visit the | in-chief of the photographers studio for their! when ne died. 1 - • . i William F. . Snyder, of the law firm of Farber, said yesterday, state tax department whether Mr.. Roosevelt's For 'Army Service' New York—(£>)—Attorneys Blanchardville, John Dahmen, ! class pictures _ Middleton, Ben_ Wieland, _New The G. U. G. G. met at William ! Tell hall. Mrs. John Goodman was ] initiated. Refreshments were :served. j Mr. and Mrs. Casper Hefty and I j Mrs. Jacob C. Hefty were in (roe. the I asked Feb. 5. i The law grants a exemption to service men

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  2. 14 Feb 1946, Thu,
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