Rochester Post Bulletin
Rochester Post Bulletin
Contributed by Loren H

Description: Mantorville News

Date: September 19 1945

Source: my granary

Mrs Henry Olive, Sunday attended a young peoples conference at Brownsdale

Bernard Green and Alfred Bergmn Jr left Thursday night for northern Minnesota. On the way back they stopped at Vineland resort owned by Mr and Mrs Otto Schumann and did some fishing.

Mr and Mrs Richard Kyllo and sons, Ray Mona and Ralph of Vernon township spent Friday at the G N Bungam home.

Mrs Mable Castner spent the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Wheeler, and sister, Mrs Robert Able of Concord.

Mr and Mrs James Carrier and son, Jack of Venice, California, spent Thursday evening at the Willis Carlson home.

Mrs A R Ghourley, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Fred Calhoun and Mrs Peter Maxon, spent Saturday in St Paul, the Calhouns as guests of their daughter, Mrs H Lee Clair.

Mr and Mrs Milbert Barnholt Thursday evening were parents of a daughter, Dianne Kay, at the Knutson hospital at Kasson.

The Herbert Cain family were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Roy Rogers at Dodge Center.

Callers at the George Stevens home Thursday included Mr and Mrs R K Hoy of Winona, Mrs Hanford Musolf and son of Kasson, Mrs Earl Werdendorf of Milton township, Jaems Currier and son, Raymond of Venice, Californa and J B Currier of Kasson.

Sunday guests at the George Barnholt home included Mr and Mrs William House and family of Rock Dell, Mrs John Barnholt of Kasson and Milbert Barnolt and daughter, Janice of Wasioja. The latter will spend the week with her grandmother.

Guests the past ten days at the H E Bolander home included Mr and Mrs Bolander of West McHenry, Illinois.

Mr and Mrs F J Currier spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the Miles Brennen home while Mr and Mrs Brennen went to Chicago and Milwaukee to visit Mr Brennen's brothers and the Russel and Maynard Currier families.

Mrs Grace Buro spent the weekend in Rochester at the home of her cousin Mrs Emma Meek.

Mr and Mrs C A Cook and children of Winona were weekend guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Easton Benson.

Mr and Mrs Roy Smith are moving from the Charles Cumberland farm to the house recently purchased by Jack Reuport, formerly known as the Arthur Mitchler home. George Blatti, recently discharged from the army and his brother will work the farm. The Smiths will vacate October first.

Mr and Mrs Leonard Severtson and daughter who have lived for six years on the Wright Parkin farm, have moved to Mr Severtson's father's farm near Blooming Prairie. The Bud Green family, who have vacated the Severtson farm have moved to the Parkin farm.

Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanck of Arlington,m South Dakota and Clinton Stark of California spent a few days last week at the J L Curtis home, Thursday all were guests at the Lyle Stucky home at Pine Island.

Mr and Mrs Harry Dehn, Milo Barnes, Mr and Mrs Howard Currier and daughters were Sunday guests at the William Dehn home at Waterville.

Mr and Mrs Howard Nelson were visitors last week at Tufte and Hibbing.

Mr and Mrs Walter Apfel were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Decker home in Rochester.

Mrs Phoebe Van Allen spent several days last week at the Donald Van Allen home near Byron

Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Prigge home included Mr and Mrs Willis Carlson and Mrs Phoebe Van Allen. The latter remained for a few days.

Mr and Mrs Pete Tongen and children of Minneapolis spent Sunday at the Dan Derby home..

Sundays guests at the Raymond Buegler home near Pine Island included Mr and Mrs Austin Mutchler Mrs Laura Stoffer of Seattle, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Jensen of Caledonia.

The house known as the Kimball place, owned by Arthur Lampland, has been sold to Mr and Mrs Glen Jackson, who now live on the Wright Parkin place, formerly the J B Currier farm.

Submitted: 12/25/09

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