Rochester Post Bulletin
Rochester Post Bulletin
Contributed by Loren H

Description: Kasson News

Date: September 19 1945

Source: my granary

Carlos Kahlberg left Saturday for Palisade to visit his brother, Silas.

District Superintendent J D Heiding of the Evangelical church spent the weekend with Rev and Mrs E Bauyer and conducted the quarterly conferenceo of the church Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Haven Bartell will entertain the adult and youth fellowshp of the church Friday evening the the church parlors.

Prviate Earl Erdman, graduate from cryptography school Saturday at Scott Field, Missouri one of the six highest in the class, will be retained there as an instructor indefinitely.

Mrs Ealr Erdman and children were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Corvin Boyum at Stewartville.

Mr and Mrs Walter Tvedt attended the wedding of Miss Ione Yngsdal and Clayton Severson Thursday evening.

Mr and Mrs Ray Loquai attened a party at the home of her brother in law and sister, Mr and Mrs Dan Long of Owatonna, Tuesday.

Mr and Mrs J W Blanch of Arlington, South Dakota and Mrs Blanch's brother, Clint Stack of California, were Friday guests of Mr and Mrs Cecil Blanch.

The Methodist W S C S met today at the church parlors with mrs Donald Harris, Mrs Harry Dehn, Mrs Howard Currier, Mrs Ray Sackett, Mrs Emil Kelcker, Mrs Callie Coombs and Miss May Stockwell as hostesses. Mrs Cornelia Anderson discussed her experiences in the WAC.

The Guild of the Episcopal church will have its annual rummage sale in the Ellingboe barbershop building September 29.

Mrs Clarence Anderson, Mrs Don Erdman, Mrs Gordon Mertz and Mrs Earl Erdman will attend a birthday party for Miss Connie Buegler at Austin Wednesday.

Mr and Mrs Ralph Sanford and grandson Terry of Bayport, Mr and Mrs Amos Austin, Mrs Gordon Mertz and daughter, Mary Jane were Sunday guests of Mr and Mr Cecil Blanch. The Sanford's stayed until Monday then went on to Dodge Center to visit relatives. They will go to Fresno, California to reside.

Miss Marietta Wells, student in Teachers' college at Winona, spent the weekend with her parents, Dr and Mrs F J Wells.

Mrs H B Miller is visiting her granddaughter Mrs L W Tietje.

Mrs H C Perry of Minneapolis visited from Thursday until Sunday with her brother in law and sister, Dr and Mrs C L Nelson.

Mr and Mrs John Mastenbrook and daughter, Joyce and Mrs Pearl Hexum spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Posey at Turtle Lake, Wisconsin.

Mr and Mrs Everett Livingson and grandson, Daryl Musolf and Mr and Mrs Melvin Livingson of Dodge Center went to Blooming Prairie Sunday to attend a shower for Mr and Mrs Ernest Yentsch.

Corporal Milford J Thompson arrived home Friday from service overseas and will spend a 39 day furlough with his wife and baby daughter Patricia. They went to Racine Saturday to visit his parents.

Mrs Ralph Parkin left Thursday for Washington D C and Fort Belvoir, Virginia to visit her husband, Private Ralph Parkin.

Rev and Mrs Gilbert Rogers and two sons went to Red Wing Sunday to help his father, Thomas celebrate his 80th birthday

Mrs Ernest Brewer went to McGregor Thursday and joined Mr and Mrs D W Brewer, who had been vacationing at big Sandy lake.

Mr and Mrs Henry Christianson have bought the L A Schuster home.

Mrs Carlos Kahlberg and Miss Evelyn Anderson entertained the Dorcas society Tuesday at the Anderson bhome. Mrs D E Affeldt had the devotions and Mrs E A Brewer gave a talk.

Mr and Mrs Walter Smith of St Charles and Sterling Aabrus of Waltham were Monday evening guests at the Cecil Blanch home.

Miss Mary Lund, long time resident of Kasson has gone to the Ebenezer home in Minneapolis to reside.

Submitted: 01/31/10

Tags: (Please limit tags to surnames found within the article above)

Views: 184 views. Averaging 0 views per day.
In the most recent 30 day period, there've been 0 views.


Items (articles, comments, etc.) placed on the Newspaper Abstracts website and associated mail lists remain the property of the contributor. By submitting any item to this site, the contributor has granted permission to the Newspaper Abstracts website and associated mail lists to permanently display and archive the item(s) online for free access to the site visitor.