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5/29/1939 Muscatine News-Tribune

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Guests Arrive Early For Memorial Visits; Others Arrange Trips Festivities for Memorial day, featuring travel trips and Social Glance entertainment of guests from other cities, got under way in Muscatine over the week-end and will continue through Tuesday. Memorial Sunday dinners were given in several homes as compliments to guests. Other dinners and picnics are on the schedule for Tuesday. Travel to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Earel C. Erwin, 1813 Mulberry avenue, will spend the holiday with Mrs. Erwin's mother, Mrs. M. Bartraw and other relatives in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tipton and small son from Newton, Newton, la., arrived over the week-end to visit with Mr. and | Mrs. R. G. Tipton, Washington street, and with other relatives. relatives. Dr. and Mrs. F, W. Englund, 115 Park avenue, have as their week-end and Memorial day guests, Mrs. Ernest Jensen Jensen and children, Marian, Dorothy, Helen, Donald and Richard, Richard, all of Lone Rock. la. Coming to Muscatine Saturday from Ft, Madison were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Toad, formerly of Muscatinc, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. August Blaesing, Jr.. 1211 lows avenue, and other relatives. relatives. Mr. Todd is a brother of Mrs. Blaesing and Mrs. Todd is the former Esther Barnard, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Levi Barnard, of Muscatine. Guests At Parsonage At the personage of the Grace The North Prairie Willing Workers will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Fryberger. 305 Park avenue, Thursday afternoon. afternoon. Sewing will be done for the Orphans' home at Council Bluffs. —o—

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  1. The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune,
  2. 29 May 1939, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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