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July 29, 1949 N-P

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28th at A is Lee pot- noon. Fred of the of Reorganized Melin LeRoy to her arm at from Robert and will on completed Warrens' Georgian garage the then have Co. Syracuse. away [ Baroda News | BARODA, July 29--The Golden Rule Sunday school class of the Congregational church will hold its annual summer outing on Tuesday night, Aug. 2, at the summer of the Lloyd Wetzels near Ban-on lake, Niles. Cars will leave the church at 5 p. m. A hamburger fry. including a cooperative lunch, will be served at the outing. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Rydwelski have named their infant daughter, Shirley Kathleen. She was born at Mercy hospital, Benton Harbor. The couple has a son. Johnnie. Mrs. Joseph Waliher, who has been living in Chicago for the past several months, has been spending the school vacation with her granddaughter granddaughter in Baroda. Her daughter and husband of Chicago are her guests here while oh their vacation. Henry Martin will spend part of his week's vacation from the Miller Miller Equipment company in Fort Wayne, Ind., in Baroda. He and wife, who has been ill for the past awo weeks, but is now improving, will visit her sister and family here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. David Gould and family of New York city arrived this week to spend a two-week vacation with her mother, Mrs. Ludwig Ludwig Otto and family, and her brother, Herman Otto, and family. They will also visit their many friends before returning east. Mrs. Gould is the former Miss Edith Otto of Baroda. Elaine Drakopulos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Drakopulos. is spending two weeks with relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John Molenda celebrated celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary anniversary on Sunday with a chicken dinner. A beautiful anniversary cake formed the centerpiece. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mario Buzzzlli and son. of Chicago, who had been with them for a week; their daughter daughter a.nd son-in-law and two children, children, the Bruno Rydwelskis of Baroda: Baroda: another daughter. Virginia, and Clarence Miller of Bridgman. Mrs. Paul Dirst and two youngest children of Scottville. Mich., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Millie Riley. and son, Gerald. Shirley Dirst will remain with her "aunt and cousni until August 12. The 76th birthday of Mrs. Henry Nitz, Sr.. was celebrated Monday night, on her anniversary date. Her children and grandchildren were her guests during the evening, and enjoyed a social time. Lunch was served by her daughters, and he was presented with many gifts. She also received many greeting cards from friends and other relatives. relatives. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Totzke and two sons of Troy, Ohio., ·were among those from out of town. Totzke is the daughter of the Nitzes. They returned home Tuesday. Tuesday. Mrs. F. J. Marrs has returned her home in Detroit after a week's visit at the Floyd Marrs and J. Shafer homes, and also at the J. Parren home in Sawyer. Mrs. Everett Cain of Baroda is spending two weeks in Berrien Center caring for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alve Cain, and infant daughter, daughter, Mary Agnes. The baby was born Monday at the Memorial hospital hospital in South Bend. The- Cains have a son, Bert, 16-months-old. Mrs. Frances Madji has left for Chicago to join her husband, who has located an apartment where they will make their home. Her daughter accompanied her. They spent some time with Mrs. Madji's parents, the Bert Niccolussis. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Klutts and three daughters. Lois, Barbara and Patricia, have left for a weeks vacation with relatives in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. T. Paul and Mrs. Irene Lunberg- visited at the Henry Nitz, Jr., home en route to their home in Chicago. They had been vacationing in Kalamazoo with relatives. Mrs. Lunberg is a former former Baroda resident, having resided at the present John Ehardt home west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Herman have left for a week's vacation to visit relatives and friends at various points in Wisconsin. They make their home with her parents, the William Rutkowskis.

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