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Guttenberg & Garnavillo news blurbs, 1918

BODER, FASSBINDER, JUNK, LAKE, ROBINSON, TIMMERMAN, KIMBALL, FREDLEIN, PIERCE, JAMES, HAMANN, STAACK, REINITZ, GORBY, BUENING, RODEMAKER, KIRCH, BROWN, PINK, KAINZ, KRUSE, HERCHERT, MEDER, RIES, BROWNSON

Posted By: Julie (email)
Date: 12/7/2007 at 23:57:39

North Iowa Times – Feb 7, 1918, page 4

GUTTENBERG (From the Press)
- Miss Anna BODER went to Omaha, Neb., Monday for a visit with relatives
- Mrs. Henry FASSBINDER and daughter Marie went to Dubuque for a visit Friday.
- Mathias JUNK, Sr. returned home Saturday from a visit with relatives in McGregor.
- O. H. LAKE returned home Friday from Waterloo, where he attended the canner’s convention.
- Sergeant Ben ROBINSON of Camp Doge, Iowa, visited friends in Guttenberg Friday and Saturday.
- Mrs. TIMMERMAN who has been here on a visit with relatives, returned to her home in Dubuque Tuesday.
- Harvey KIMBALL and wife of Lansing attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Ann FREDLEIN in this city, Saturday.
- Mars. A. L. PIERCE and two children of Olds, Alberta, Canada, have been visiting at the B.W. JAMES home in this city.
A. O. HAMANN, Arthur STAACK, Theordore REINITZ and Elmer GORBY went to Chicago Monday to attend the automobile show.
- F.J. BUENING of Osage who has been here visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ed RODEMAKER and husband, went to Milwaukee Saturday for a visit with relatives.
- George KIRCH returned home, Friday from several weeks visit with his brother Ed and family at Mitchell, S. Dak. George says the weather has been mild with very little snow in South Dakota.
- John BROWN has sold his barber business in this city to Ed. PINK who will continue same at the old stand in the Sieg building on, First street. John BROWN left for Deming, N.M. where he will serve in the U.S. army.
- J.M. KAINZ and John KRUSE of Garber were in the city on business the first of the week. Mr. KAINZ also brought us a ten pound jack rabbit which he shot on this farm near Garber for which we are thankful. Jack rabbits are seldom found in this section of the country, but Joe is a good hunter and knows where to find them.

GARNAVILLO (from Register and Argus)
- Ed HERCHERT of Postville is visiting home folks this week.
- May MEDER of Clayton was a weekend guest of Vina UECKER.
- J.A. RIES of Clayton was a business caller in town Thursday
- Hallie BROWNSON left for Chicago for a visit with relatives and friends.
- The trustees of Giard township will meet Monday, February 11th, for the purpose of electing road superintendents. Gilbert N. MEYER, Twp Clerk


 

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