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!ii ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krueger visited Sunday at the Elmer Schuett home. Amanda Hanson of Ivanhoe visited over the week end at the N. H. Han- son and Lambert Osberg homes. i ii 7 Mrs. J. T. Jacobson left Thursday for St. Paul where she is visiting with :her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. 'Emil Gehrke were Friday dinner guests at the John Piehl home at Hector in honor of :Edward Piehl's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Luedtke, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Luedtke, Jr., of ~lencoe were visitors Tuesday eve- ning at the home of Mrs. F. N. Nel- son. ~- Richard Barfknecht returned last Wednesday from the Union Hospital, New Ulm where he had been a patient for twelve days following an opera- ~on. He is recuperating nicely at this time. Ruth Larson was a guest Saturday evening and Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. :lynn Idstrom at Wayzata. Dr. Id- strum, recently released from service with the U. S. Army Medical Corps, ~erved overseas for sometime as a Lt. i Colonel. The Idstoms and Miss tar- son were classmates at Gustavus Adolphus College. Bring The Baby! We have a Crying Room! SATURDAY-SUNDAY-MONDAY March 16-17-18 (Matinee Sunday at 2:30 P. M.) YOUNG LARAINE DAY., THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROp, MINNESOTA ~t ....I nI Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leske spent' Miss Hattie Haas of La:nberto I irs. Alfred Larson and son, Davis, Saturday at the Waldo Hahn home at was a guest Sunday and Monday at ~spent severa: days last week in Min- Stewart. the Louis Neessen home. neapolis with relatives. NEWS SUSBCRIBERS -- Please Mr and Mrs Earl Nelson and faro- , ..... .... .~lrs. Jay ~lcrhee of Franklin visi- check the expiration date on your ily of Gaylord were callers Friday ........... teu luesoay a[ [ne name oI her Winthrop News. evening at the Russel Johnson home. mother, Mrs Anna Scherff tf --Advertisement. HARDING MARC CRAMER * ANNE JEFFREY$ GLENN VERNON LAWRENCE TIERNEY and Introducing ltlLt WII,LI~ Mrs. Emily Young entertained a few friends Friday afternoon, March 8, in compliment to her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benson are the parents of a baby boy, born Man- Mrs. Mary Frasch and daughters, day, March 11, at the Union Has- Anna and Gertrude, of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schuster and Mr. and pital. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hass and fam- ily, Miss Lena Hass, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gehrke and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gehrke spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schuette of Stewart. Roy. Lambert Engwall attended funeral services at St. Peter on Tues- day afternoon for Dr. 0. J. Johnson, former president of Gustavus Adol- tel" and one son, survive. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, is the date of the Spring reopening of my MIL- LINERY-stop up and see the many new hats; am also featuring a line of daughter, Janelle, Mr. and Mrs. A1- Children's Hats this year. Palma's bert Trebbensee, Mrs. Elwin Bartels, Millinery, Winthrop. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuntz attend- - " --Advertisement. ed funeral services held Sunday after- _ . . tnoon at Waconia for the former s Sunday dinner guests at the Jhn!nephew, John Lindenberg, age 50 Iamb home were" Mr and Mrs Del ......... - .,o::r~. l;esiaes hiS wlie, one uaugn- mar Lamb and daughters, Karen and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Carlson moved last Monday to Winthrop where they ~.ave purchased the Mrs. Anna Just residence in north Winthrop. The Carlsons have been residents of this community for over twenty-five years, moving here from St. James. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Carlson, will con- tinue to manage the Mrs. A. C. John- son farm located 3~/a miles east of Winthrop of which they have been renters for sometime. Winthrop wel- comes them to their residence here. Patricia, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. LaCroix and children, Margaret and Jay of Minneapolis; Mrs. Clinton Wheeler and children, Gaylord; and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Erickson and son, Russel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bentley have moved to Fairfax where the former is employed a's mechanic with the Im- plement Company in that city, re- cently purchased by George Nelson. The Bentleys have been residing with Mrs. Bentley's uncle, Alloyd Nelson, of St. Peter the past three months. Mr. A. Nelson has now located in Wyoming. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all those who were so thoughtful by remembering me with cards, gifts, letters and calls when I was a patient at the hospital. A special word of thanks to Rev. A. F. Zenk for his comforting calls. To everyone who was so considerate, thank you. Richard Barfknecht. --Advertisement. p Mrs. Emma Sundberg returned Sun- day evening following a four weeks visit with relatives. In St. Paul she was the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swan- son and in White Bear she visited with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sundberg. On Febru- ary 23rd she attended the wedding of her grandson, Daniel Sundberg to Marilyn Thumstedt of Willmar. The ceremony took place in Willmar. Mrs. Sundberg also visited with her sister, Mrs. Fred Rick and family in Minne- apolis and with Mrs. Peter Sundberg, also of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wagner at- tended the Teachers Institute con- ducted Sunday at the St. Matthews Lutheran Church of Penn Twp. A male quartet of which Mr. Wagner is a member sang--other members of the i quartet were Elmer Bartz, Wilfred Belch, and Rev. M. A. Schulz. Mrs. J. H. Kolberg served as accompanist and Mrs. H. Wagner, directed. Ten congregations in this area belonging !to the American Lutheran Church at- !tended. Rev. J. H. Kolberg was GIBBON BALLROOM chairman of the institute and Edna Sunday, March 17th Lichttenegger of Gaylord was secre- tary-treasurer of the group. Others attending from the Peace Lutherah Church of Winthrop were Mrs. Emil Buntrock, Deloris Ellig, Elva Stuber, Valeria Thenemann, and Rev.. and Mrs. A. F. Zenk. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank all our neighbors TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY and friends and relatives who ex- March 19-20 pressed their sympathy, and to all Double Feature those who gave for missions at the memorial service for Pfc Clayton Program! Mongels. To Rev. Erickson for his Gracie Fields, Monty Woolley is sermon, to the organist and choir of Roddy McDowall, the Bernadotte church, and to" the Reginald Gardiner I American Legion members of Gay- In lord for their part in the service. To MOLLY AND ME , GAYLORD ,the ladies that helped with the lunch. For all kindnesses shown a sincere Fri.-Sat. th nks to all. Mr. and Mrs. Algot Lundberg SECOND FEATURE MAR. 15-16 Milton and Verna Lu, ndberg Mr. and Mrs. Edwin HolmgTen. ~ --Advertisement. P Chapter No. 3 of SECRET AGENT X9 i CARD OF THANKS We want to express our sincere appreciation to all those who were so kind to us during the loss of our sons and brothers. A special thank you to Rov. J. H. Kolberg for his comforting funeral services and his prayers. A thank you to the Ladies Aid and to the Choir of Penn Church. To the pall bearers and to all those who sent flowers and to those who sent sympathy cards. To all those who helped in so many ways at this sad time. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rettig and children. --Advertisement. p CARD OF THANKS PLUS----SHORT Sal, Nile Lale Show Sun.-Mon.-Tues. MAR. 17-18-19 (The Big Hit Of The Year) --PLUS--- A Hot Cartoon and News Wed.-Thur. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our kind neighbors and friends who assisted us during the i illness and at the burial of our be- loved father Nels A. Nelson. We wish to especially thank Rev. Engwall and those who sang. And also to those who gave cards and beautiful floral gifts, and missionary offerings. To each and all we extend our heartfelt gratitude. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kyrklund and LaVonne, Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Nelson and Lloyd. P I :PUBUC PICTURE COMING ATTRACTIONS: ABBOTT & COSTELLO IN HOLLYWOOD MAR. 20-21 (The Wilde Twins) In 'TWICE BLESSED" Mrs. Oran Frasch, New Ulm; and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quinn and daughter of~ Minneapolis were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Neessen. Mrs. Vernon Carlson and daughter, Judy, and son, Bobby, of Minneapolis have been visiting at the home of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred G. Larson, the past month. Mr. Carlson joined them the fore part of this week and the Carlsons will leave shortly for Montana where they plan to reside. i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. MeG~nigle re- turned Friday evening from a four weeks' visit in Illinois. At Princton they helped, Mr. McGonigie's parents. 3h'. and Mrs. J. A. McGonig~e ce'.e-i t brate "~heir 65th wedding anniversary, i They were also the guests of ~ther] relatives and friends in that commun-I ity. In Aurora, Illinois thev visited J with friends. Before returning home they spent several days with their son, Fred and family in Minneapolis. CRYSTAL BALLROOM Sunday, March 17Ih Cletes Cavaliers V. F. W. Benefit Dance THEATRE WINTHROP, MINN. FRI.-SAT. MARCH 15-16 A Riot of Romantic Action.' GENE AUTRY In L The Hilarious Affairs of A GHOST .. A WIDOW .. A WOLF PAT O BRIEN Ellen Drew Adolphe Menjou SUN.-MON. MARCH 17-18 Mat. Sun. 2:30 P. M. Conflicts that freeze your Emotions: Suspense that takes your breath! Dorothy McGuire Geo. Brent Ethel Barrymore News, Musical and Cartoon Honored On 86th Birthday Mrs. Emma Anderson was feted last Friday, March 8th in honor of her 86th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Anderson resides with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Zettel. She received many con- gratulatory messages and gifts from her host of friends. A number of relatives and friends attended the "open house" given in her honor. Mrs. Anderson has resided in Win- throp for 23 years--the Anderson family moved here in 1911 from Illinois. NEW ULM Thur.-Fri.-Sat. MARCH 15-16 "THROW A SADDLE ON A STAR" Midnite Show Sat. THEN THRU SUN.-MON. MATINEE SUN. 1:00 P. M. VAN JOHNSON FAYE EMERSON In "BORN FOR Drs, Nelson and Roberlson OPTOMETRISTS of Buffalo, Minnesota Will be in Glencae each Friday for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Olfices Over The Security State Bank Building GLENCOE, MINNESOTA THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1946 When scientists themselves admiti: they still have much to learn about vitamins it is hardly sensible for people who know nothing about them OR to buy and take vitamin capsules as F casually as if they were jelly beans.--- V ( Christmas Seal Health News Service. "I ST, CO Thur.-Fri.-Sat. MAR. 14-15-16 Edw. G. Robinson Joan Bennett In Midnite Show Sat. THEN THRU Sun.-Mon.-Tue.- Wed. MATINEE SUN. l:CO P. M. Barbara Stanwyck George Brent In "MY YOUR EYES BE MAN KATO OPTOMETRIC A$$N OR] P T C T ST1 COl F ia tion " lI~z _ i apl~ Dluy Quali y Food Products 7)luJ" Interested Serwce , Plus Convenience.. Com'tesy r.'-:, ilml is the SIoEr of the Owner Operated Red and White jar 15c Luncheon Meat ................................. 12-oz. tin 33c LAN-O-SHEEN. For fine fabrics, woodwork, glass .. 10-oz. Pkg. 50c BRIMFULL CLEANSER. Lemon scented ............ 4 Cans 19c GREEN BEANS. B. & W. Cut. Stringless. 3 No. 2 20-oz. cans 37c PEAS. Our Value, Early June ............ 2 No. 220-oz. cans 23c KERNEL CORN. R. & W. Whole ........ 3 No. 220-oz. can~ 45c Red & White Lye 3 cans 25c Sunshine Krispy Crackers l-lb. box 19c BLENDED JUICE. Palm Beach Fancy ...... No. 2 18-oz. can 19c WHEAT SPARKIES. Quaker Puffed .............. 4-oz. Pkg. 10c DUFF'S WAFFLE MIX .......................... 14-oz. Pkg. 21c HERSHEY'S COCOA. All-Purpose ................ x~-Ib Pkg. 10c Fancy Shelled Walnuts ..................... z-lb. 59c R. & W. Wheat Cereal ............ 28-oz. pkg. 15c BORDEN'S HEMO. For Vitamins ..................1-1b Jar 59c PEANUT BUTTER. Ideal Homogenized ........... . 1-1b Jar 31 COFFEE. R. & W ..... 1-1b Size .... 33c 2-11} Jar .... 63 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ORANGES. 344 Size Sunkist Navel. Double "A" . ..... 2 Doz. 43 GRAPEFRUIT. Texas Marsh Seedless ............ 10-1b Bag 49 NEW POTATOES. Florida .......................... 3 Lhe. 27 PASCAL CELERY .................................... Stalk 17c CALIFORNIA CARROTS ............................ 2 Behs. 15 Produce Prices Effective Through Saturday, March 16th. All Others Effective Through Wednesday, March 20th Phone 146