Theodore Gierke and Emil Gierke

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..*.$*$ fl»«»»««t ... »»».•«.I»i.ii.i i«n».i» mm I LOCAL NOTES Albert Kroschel of Milford spent Tuesday of last"week at Sleepy'Eye. F. C. Schultz of Sleepy Eye was a New Ulm visitor early last week. County Attorney W. T. Eckstein was a Sleepy Eye visitor last Tuesday. Miss Anna Scheibel of Sleepy Eye spent Sunday under the parental roof here. Ben. Zieske and family of Cobden attended ^ne funeral of the late Mrs. Irwin Zieske in this city last Tuesday afternoon. R. T. Kennedy, county superintendent superintendent of schools, was a Sleepy Eye visitor, Wednesday. The Misses Lena Guldan and Elizabeth Elizabeth Schreiner of Sleepy Eye were recent New Ulm visitors. Miss Mabel Duibahn has returned to Sleepy Eye, after a brief visit with New Ulm relatives and friends. •Miss Helen Johnson of Lafayette recently submitted to an operation far appendicitis at the Union Hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. H. George and theMr. latter's sister, Miss Lucy Dphrmann, of Sleepy Eye were recent New Ulm visitors. Miss Laura Robeck has returned to Now Ulm, following a -several days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Robeck, at St. Peter. Miss Anasthasia O'Brien of St. Peter was a week-end guest at thes home of Mrs. Elenora Mullen on South German street. Miss Marion Holmb.erg, who isof teaching school near this city, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Holmberg, in St. Peter. ff ii ».i«n« i« 3 Theodore Gierke spent a few days last week visiting relatives and friends at Gaylord. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grundt of Lamberton spent a few days with New Ulm relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kretsch and children recently visited relatives and friends at Springfield. The Ed. Kroup family are now residents residents of this city, having removed to New Ulm from Evan recently. Editor V. H. Charles of the Lamberton Lamberton Independent and J. C. Grimm, also of that village, were recent New Ulm visitors. The Misses Esther and Leona Wegner Wegner have returned to their home in Lamberton, following a visit of several days with New Ulm relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fohl, Miss Elsie Hoffmann and Joesph Herzog~ef Sleepy Eye were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Buenger. Mrs. Vivian Dorn and little daughter, daughter, DeEtte, have returned from a few days' visit with the former's parents, and Mrs. James Dineen, at Sleepy Eye. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Frederickson of Lamberton recently consulted local specialists relative to the latter's health, which has been impaired for some time. Miss Lillian Meyer spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer, in St. Peter. She teacher in a rural school near New Ulm. Mrs. J. B. Thorsness and children Hanska arrived here Wednesday for a visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Winkelmann, Winkelmann, on South Broadway,. and with other New Ulm relatives. The Best Fred Harmening, Sr., of Sleepy Eye was a recent caller here. Miss Edna Marti was the guest of Sleepy Eye relatives last week. Sheriff W. J. Julius transacted business business at Hanska, Thursday morning. Theo. Figge of Minneapolis was-a week-end visitor at the Geo. Doehne home. quality are the dominating qualities of this star. Also "PATHE NEWS" and "NEAT BUT NOT GAUDY" -Christie Comedy Admission 15c and,25c. THURSDAY 1JEC. 9 TOM MOORE in "DUDS" Yellow eyes—blue diamonds—redblooded diamonds—redblooded courage—dark trails. Also "MONEY TO BURN" Rolin Comedy Admission 15c and 25c. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DEC. 10 AND 11 BRYANT WASHBURN in "SINS OF ST. ANTHONY" A breezy comedy full of pretty showgirls, showgirls, jazzy cabarets, and ultra, modern modern dancing. A picture that's all laughter. Also Two-Reel Christie Comedy Admission 15c and 25c. SUNDAY E 12 Matinee 3 p. m. Evening 7 & 8:30 p. m. WANDA HAWLEY in '••MISS HOBBS" also "PATHE REVIEW" and "TIT FOR TAT" Hall-Room Boys Comedy Admission: Matinee, 10c and 20c Evening, 15c and 25c. MONDAY AND TUESDAY DEC. 13 AND 14 CHARLES RAY in "45 MINUTES FROM BROAD- WAY" A Comedy Drama of rubes and wise guys. In this picture Charlie put the Ray in sunshine. See him knock all of the "OHS" out of gloom. Also "DYNAMITE" Mermaid Comedy. Admission 15c and 2 5c. NORMA~ TALMADGE in "TH E BRANDED WOMAN" here Dec. IS and 16. The Misses Esther Stephen and Martha Backer have returned from a pleasant visit of several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gierke at St. Peter. A number of school houses in the vicinity of St. Peter, as well as the Kasota high school were entered by petit thieves last week, who pilfered a quantity of phonograph records and ransacked desks. The authorities are on a still hunt for the culprits and it is to be lioped that they will be apprehended apprehended and prosecuted. The Hedren Grain Co. is anew concern concern recently organized at Lafayette village arid which has taken over the

Clipped from New Ulm Review08 Dec 1920, WedPage 5

New Ulm Review (New Ulm, Minnesota)08 Dec 1920, WedPage 5
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