THE MAZEPPA JOURNAL , Editor and Publisher: Barbara and Reider Tommeraas
MAZEPPA, MINNESOTA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1948
MRS. CHARLES CARLSON Zumbro Falls---Mrs. Charles Carlson, 82 years old, died suddenly Monday morning at St. Mary’s hospital, Rochester. Frances Mary Perkins was born January 1, 1866 at South Troy. In 1898 she was married to Charles Carlson of Byron. In 1900 they moved to Shields, N.D., where they lived on a farm for 25 years then moved back to South Troy where they resided until the time of her death. “Aunt Frankie,” as she was lovingly called by all who knew her, taught school for many years. At one time she taught at the Red school, South Troy. Survivors include her husband and two children, Miss Irene Carlson of Modesto, Calif. and Mrs. Freda Karlson of Shields, N.D., three granddaughters and two great grandsons. Also surviving are one brother, Walter of Hot Springs, Montana and two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Pencille of Zumbro Falls and Mrs. Armenia Griffith of Oakland, Calif.
EDWARD F. DENISON Edward F. Denison died at Colonial hospital in Rochester on November 21, at the age of 56. He was born in Gilford Township, Wabasha County, but during most of his youth lived in Weedville, Pennsylvania. In recent years, he resided in Bird City, Kansas. He was the brother of Charles Denison of Mazeppa.
FRENCH COUPLE RESIDE WITH LOCAL WOMAN’S KIN An interesting story in last Saturday’s Rochester Post-Bulletin told how a French couple found peace and happiness on the farm of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hallaway of Dodge Center. Mr. Hallaway is a cousin of Miss Blanche Kinney of Mazeppa. Mr. Hallaway met his bride during the war, and after the war, Jazqueline Duvignau came to this county to marry him. An only child, Mrs. Hallaway had, with her husband’s approval, urged her parents to leave France and come to this country. They slowly grew accustomed to their new life, and M. Duvignau, a retired dentist, loves the American lumberjack shirts. Their furniture, has transformed the younger Halladays’ home into a showplace. Happy but restless, M. Duvignau has decided to handle a line of perfumes here, and is enchanted at the idea of selling it in a lumberjack shirt!
BEAR VALLEY CUBS HOLD DEMONSTRATE BREAD BAKING Three demonstrations, based on the 4-H Advanced Bread Baking project, were presented at the Bear Valley Cubs 4-H club for the November meeting. Joanne Bright demonstrated “How to Mix and Knead a Loaf of Bread;” and a team demonstration by Delores Johnson and Muriel Schultz on “How to Make Fancy Rolls”. During the business meeting, the members decided to have a Christmas party for the December meeting at the home of Fritz Sprenger. Lela Johnson and Delores Johnson will be the recreation and program chairmen for December.
Hunters Report Varied Success From early reports, those hunters who pursued the elusive deer in Wabasha county were as well or better off than those who went to northern Minnesota. Among local hunters who bagged deer in the county were Alfred Gerken, Henry Gerken, John Ring and Carl Stull. Game wardens estimated that 300 deer were taken in the three southeastern counties the first two days. On the other hand, at least one local party that went north came back without seeing a trace of deer.
SUMMONS THE STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WABASHA DISTRICT COURT, THIRD JUDICAL DISTRICT: Clarence W. Robinson and Estelle Robinson, Plaintiffs Vs John E. Hyde, Edward S. Hyde, Turner Preble, Turner J. Preble, T.J. Preble and also all other person unknown claiming any right title estate, interest or lien in the real estate described in the complaint herein.
Local news Ore Oelkers is the owner of new Ford sedan. The Msgr. J.B. Gregoire of Winona called on local relatives last Tuesday. John Willers, Claus Willers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willers, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoeft, Mrs. Alfred Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nehring attended funeral services for Joe Budderman at Roberts, Wisconsin, on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Huneke and Joe Heppelmann, Sr. left Wednesday for Chicago to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Reed, which was held Thursday. Mary Perrotte was a Sunday guest at the Joan Befort home. Miss Rita Mae Majerus is employed as bookkeeper at the Bellechester Co-op Creamery.
Howcum? For some reason, traffic cops are finding Mazeppa drivers particularly interesting these days. Have you noticed?