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:rTH ) Bert Swenson returned Satur- NEWS -- WOONSOCKET, SOUTH DAKOTA day from a visit at the Fred Nol- K !tensmeier home near Newel/. 7, 1954 Page Ttil..r- .! Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Redlin and :;ons of Ellendale, North Dakota, rneM, LETC HER L OCALS ,h. and Mrs. H. R. Platt Jr. and Ldrew ctd ld/.___. s. exc bden, dy through the help and lvin n of all residents of the [fronXY, in reporting news, [, oi, can make our paper a e. Send in or call your when ou have news L. Me .Y aas er t print it your friends pe al far want to read it. --,'ouThe Editor orth tcher Band Booster Club ,qalvnch at the Oscar Hain- = n sale Tuesday afternoon rw-X 29. Gross proceeds of aris',,as taken in by the group. dn ey will be added to the s din for the purchasing of d theanam, ents for the Letcher aOol Band. hard Edwards, president nborn County National n. for Infantile Paraly- htrley Samis, Chairman . }orn County March of '" meattended a county Polio ty ghaeeting at Woonsocket afternoon, December 29 s Laurthouse. Other members sDswere: Miss Edna Titus, :a hella Alfson" and Mrs. Bill dreWall of Woonsocket. NelS. A. Digerness, Storla, x he executive board and ld hi committee of the Letcher y aflster Club, out to coffee for er 31, Thursday afternoon een lag were: Mrs. Leroy thep, secretary," Shirley Sa- artlleasurer. Financial mem- ew Irs. Harry Taylor, chair- ;uesfa's. Eugene Edwards, Mrs. Iarler, and Mrs. Harry pher. --and Mrs. Jack Thurman e.ell and Mrs. Jim McGraw "ew_ Year's eve guests at tart) Clark home !nd Mrs. E. J. Schneider ueSdav evening visitors d 13arley home. I Conklin was taken to Joseph hospital Wednes- lht suffering from a heart i children of Aberdeen, Misses Lu- I Ella and k.e Klemm, and Mr. ;and MI. Paul Klemm were I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rearick and !Christmz_s day dinner guests at ' family of Mitchell were last Sun- i the John Klemm home. day guests at the A. Rearick Mrs. Ernest Hein entertained home !at a dessert luncheon Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Hemin-'afternoon. ger, Mrs. McDonald, Tommy and' Mrs. Theo. Swenson who is Urban, Albert Uhre, Bob Hunts employment in Huron spent New and Kate Heinzman were Sunday Year's day with her family in dinner guests at the Bill Porteous :Lane. home and Mrs. Walter Frye and girls were afternoon callers and lun- cheon guests Mr. and Mrs Ervin Nolten- smeier and family of Los Angeles left by plane from Huron Satur- day evening after a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Noltensmeier. Members of the Lane Luthe League attended a roller skating party at Mitchell last Tuesday sponsored by the senior League 9' Mitchell. Ernest Brandenburg who is a su:'gical patient at St Johns ho.s- ital is improving as well as can be expected. Many friends from Mr. and Mrs. Shelden Heroin- i Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hein Lane and Alpena community call- spent New Year's eve at the C. ed on him the past week. get entertained the 500 Club Sun- W. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Feistner day night. Prizes went to Mrs. Mc- and family, the Fred and Alfred Donald, high, Mrs. Porteous, low. ! Misses LuElla Klemm of Seat- Fe!stner families, Mr. and Mrs, For the men Tommy McDonald, te, Washington and Elsie Klemm Ernest Feistner, Mr. and Mrs. C. high, and Bill Porteous low. of Omaha, Nebraska spent the C. Redlin and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rearick had Christmas holidays at the home q. R. Platt and children, Misses I New Year's dinner in Mitchell at of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Lu Ella and Elsie Klemm, Mr. the Dale Rearicks. i John Klemm. and Mrs. Paul Walters and Milton Little Russell Rearick of Rapid i Lewis Dethlef entered the Vet- and Mrs. John Klemm visited at City has spent the last week in erans Hospital at Sioux Falls for Mt. Vernon with his grandparents medical treatment. Mrs. Dethlef Mr. and Mrs. Peters and family are staying at the Born to Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wal- Henry Scheel home. ters, a daughter, Monday a.m.! A group of service men from [Jan. a. , Lane - Alpena community enjoy- Re.v. John BrOOKs was a supper ed a party at Huron Wednesday guest a me . /.)ruse nome lew evening Year's eve Later guests of the ,,_ ' ..... . . ..  vnss rene ranaenourg oI evening were vr ann mrs onny Salem '-' ..... ' Dernlece ranaenDurg oi Waers * ' " e- - .. Aueutana coAege at Smux Falls Word has been rece, vct Dy mr. a_. - ........... ........... .u ,.mu xranuenourg ol DCllt- [ana mrs imer uruse nat metr chell  p .... a p nt tnrismas vacation I son, Rodney has landed m Kore . with tfa i-: n ...... I " er pare ts lvLr ann mrs rills address is: Ai3c Rodney R.  ..... ...., , " I Druse AF 17385325 2nd Com. Sqd. "'Ed   ........ ,s. -'h  m G ou- APO 90 %PM  ana tarson o rturon spent n rancisro, alifornia " "]from Wednesday until Saturday i at he Grge Brandenburg home i Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Redlin and N. W. BUT],ER sons, Misses Elsie and Lu Ella Mrs. Atria la$oury Klemm, Mrs. John Klemm, and i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klemm were -- ' Sunday dinner guests at the Emil Mr and Mrs. Emery e'atterson .... ---. _ :_ -emtner some took Kenny back to wmeoxm,, " on the train Tuesday. He is at-i Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hein, tier- tending school there :man Brandenburg and Corporal Mary Cash went back to Chi-iMervy n Brandenburg were New cago Wednesday after spending a Year's day dinner guests at the couple of weeks with her parents, Sophia Kalkbrenner home, Mr. the Chas. Latzas ......... Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Kingsbury Adolph Sdnne house. a a Jean Ball returneJ lnursday from Estelline she had been visiting. and Mrs. Earl Dyer called Bud Jones home in Mitchell :ear's day. Elmer Druse entertained girls Saturday afternoon r of her daughter, Mary birthday. The afternoon ent playing games. After ane opened her gifts a de- i lunch was served by her t. } and Mrs. Karl Walters New Year's eve guests at i rner Druse home. nd Mrs. Louie Podhradsky hell were Sunday evening at the Karl Waiters home. and Mrs. Karl Waiters were dinner guests at the Earl me, tewart Transfer ling anti PaeMng DIAL 2171  468 Dakota,N. Huron, South Dakota 0eal and Long Distance C. H. Fliss land Randy were dinner guests at ad Mrs. M. J. Logry mov- i the E. J. Watznauer home in to Mitchell Sunday as]Huron Thursday. v tavern owners took pos- I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Larimer! Jan 1st. They are Mr. andwere Thursday overnight guests }ale Anderson They live of the Duane Stekls. Ronnie is home on leave from the Marines! i and they will both leave for Camp Pendleton next week ! I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald.Larimer, i i Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kane and !Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Kingsbury i were supper guests of the Duane Stekls New Year's night. Word was recieved that Eugene Latza arrived in Seattle Saturday morning from Korea. Bill Wegner left for Chicago after spending a week at the Chas. Latza home. Mrs. Chuck McKillop and girls went to their home in Sioux Falls after soending a couple weeks with the Chas. Latzas. Lou Latza returned to their home with them Mr. and Mrs. Duane Skinner entertained at a card party Sun. evening, prizes going to Donna Kingsbury, Ed Blindauer, Cor- rine Larson and Laverne aarson. LANE NEWS Mrt. C. W, Miller Mr. and Mrs. George Heitter and family of Huron and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helvik and family !of Plankinton were New Year's day dinner guests at the Bert He!vik home ; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Miller and i bcys .returned from Glasgow, 'Montana Saturday evening after 'spending the holidays there with relatives. i Mrs. Sophia Kalkbrermer en- tertained at 7:00 o'clock dinner i Monday evening honoring Cpl. i Mervyn Brandenburg. PROFESSIONAL GUIDE -- .Whiting Memorial ,t(inic and Hospital ERNARD BATT, M. D. [tPhysician and Surgeon tle 110 . Woonsocket, S. D. CLINIC HOURS Daily: 10 to 12- 2 to 5 ,]i Saturday: 10 to 12 ---______ )r. L. J. Pesehong 00zwrisr Whiting Memorial Clinic one 109 . Woonsocket,- S..D OFFICE HOURS ily 9:00_ 12; I:00 - 5:00 ]: Saturday 9:00 - 12:00 0000oth-mz00 ONLY ---.--_.___ tL B. PALMER ATTORNEY-AT_LAW ice Under the Post Office So.00 D.ko00 __ me confined to Wills, mbates and "Itle work |. It. Skogmo, M. D. Pltyikhm and Srlm X-Ray 4 South Minnesota Mitchell ee  south & 'three blk I* none 55 ; P,eidence zv er, phone 82q . m.r Satding and Finmhing done on farm or in city WILLIE It. WEBER Wlaoa Spm EL Noble & Son ._RTICIANS " "" DIRECTORS  South I)dmta Memorial Hospital WESSINGTON SPRINGS, S. D. Phones: 5351 end $651 * FULLY EQUIPPED * TRAINED PERSONNEL * FRIENDLY STAFF * APPROVED VISITING HOURS 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 8:311 part. 3 distinctive lines 14 brilliant body styles YOU'LL FIND THaT EACH new feature in the '54 Ford is an extra dividend in driving enjoyment.., estab- lishes Ford, even more in "54, as the "Worth More" car. You get a special dividend in styling with Ford's distinctive new appearance. You get sparkling new interiors, too, that are a dividend in themselves. And each of the new Fords gives you special divi- dends in ride and performance.., with new Ball- Joint Front Suspension, the greatest advance i chassis design in 20 years . . . with your choice of Ford's new low-friction Y-block V-8 or I-block Six, the most modern engines in any car todayl With 28 brilliant new models to choose from, yonl fred the exact car to suit your tastes and requirements. Come in... See and Test Drive the "54 Ford. uner were New Year's day dinner guests at the Paul Pawlowski home. i Busy Bee Extension Club will i meet at the Arthur Meyer home !Tuesday, January 12th. E W. Pate took a load of sheep ':to Sioux Falls for C. J. Miller Monday A card tarty was held at the :Emil Pv']ow,ki home Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Pawlow- ski's birthday. Progressive pitch working at the Singer Sewing duty at Hastings, Nebraska Wed- 'Center in Huron Monday, being nesday, January 6th. transferred from Minneapolis. ! Bert Helvik went to Huron Mrs. Herbert Frier who was a Sunday to visit at the George urgicat patient at Memorial hos- Heitter home. pital returned home Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. Les Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forst enter- : and boys of Mitchell were dinner tained Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kutil  guests at the John Regynski home at 6:00 o'clock dinner Sunday Funday. Mr. and Mrs. John Reg- Mr and Mrs. Sheldon Hemmin- vnski Jr. and son of Pierre called ,,r .f Letcher were dinner guests there in the afternoon at the Waren Kelsey home Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kutil were !was played at four tables with New Year's day dinner guests at I:octors high scores going to Mrs. Owen ',t the Warren Kelsey home Carmine and Theo. Swenson and the Ira Parson's home in Huron  w cores goin to Mrs Arthur C. H, ROBESON 1 , '  g - Mrs. Pauline Brandenburg, Mrs. Meyer and Charles Miller Lunch was brought and served Sophia Pieman and Mrs. Mathilda and 1 Pawlowski were dinner guests of i Mrs. J. C. Kutil entertained Mrs o--hia '1 ............... ,. m .....  . . ore**n r weun- G. W. Robeson !at rew Year s dinner, Mr. and day : !Mrs. Les Kutil and Linda Mr I --' ....... OPTOMETRISTS m ........ -_1' .. " A group of retauves ano zrienos ; ano Mrs harry orst aria Mr , ........ and Mrs Marvin Sn- der bein :J :spem bunaay evening at the her- PHONE 5108 i .... "  S:man Brandenburg home honoring :guests. !Co-poral Mervyn Brandenburg s First Door East of i Mrs Wm Hein is staying at -irthd ....... -'. . . . u ay., he evening was spenz Woolworih% 1 the home of her mother mrs rate soe:ally and cards were nla-eci " i ' , .r " I-lTll:;%l  r%t   Noltensmemr ths week. ,Lunch brought by the guests , the Emil Feistner home Friday Mrs. Mildred Hougland started iwa s served. Mervyn reports to evening. Lunch was served. Tuesday to resume her duties at -   .  === nurses training in the Methodist 7-- t-' "- 1Jl -- __ --- == State Hospital in Mitchell - I    l--- m lm [ i Mr. and Mrs. George Branden- -  -.. A,4 -:--- bur- and Edna Larson of Huron  /{I[iS"),.TJ!l[ m_2 E mmirffmnmmnmm were supper guests at the John == .._R.(-] rm- [] w--Im_mmmmmmmmmm_= i Larson home in Alpena Friday - i /00mmmmlmmmmm ---- ) Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carmine :- x.u'J ',Tp|ll / ,,  m - =: and family spent New Year's eve  F/']/4.[[_ \\;//_L. , [  == ! and day at the Otto Dutt home at ! -==  'F'I [2:tl I ------,'mm .... 1,, .   a , T .lstoy, S. D. Mrs. Dutt is a sister i -  1 ] [, [ , [-- I i1. -  J[ 1'1'' "/ I' - of Mrs. Carmine. =-__= ]?, 1-'  I'lb 'i jr urr,vd,  lr r '  *  - - I . and M s. Wesley Vflbrandt _  I  J'- y = and La Della and Mr and Mrs )-     Milo Vilbrandt were dinner and - " [|ll0000m supper guests at the Arthur Mey-   . 'B " . :fv I| ==-- er home Sunday. ( " 'w  |m  -  1 Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pawlowski,:, -  . [ e m:nrn0000 I|M,mll tne'n _ Lawrence and, Dorothy , Mr. and ,_ I E imim O uummlu/ UIUM ULUlG i rs. wa,ter bnenleio and lamnyi m  _-- of Virgil, the Daniel Dethlef fam- i == |  " ily, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dethlef _ ____J  _--= of Alpena, the Harold Koernerl - Phone 41 We give S&H Green Stamps Woonsoeket family of Alpena, the Luverne !- Sheffield family of Virgil, Betty !  = Lou Howman and Lenora Rod-, , , ,, = IIIIIIGIItHII HU;H;HiBHHHHH[HHHH;;HHHW"ftHHNHHHBIH|HHIHHWtHHHIHHIhHHHHI|iHHHIHp flHB,[HUB]HHHHHHH|H|H|H|||HI|||IHH"H|"|Hi|HH|HH||H|||i||||nnk  m m , declares a dNmdend The new 115.hmp, [[-block ROBT, A. WEBER, M. D. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear Nose. Throat & Oral Surge,-3 Glasses Fitted Mitchell, S. D. 224- 226- 228 Realty Building over Barons' Store Drs. blabee & Mabee Eye, Ear. 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