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........... [ Thank you, Mr. W. E Smith [ Religious services are held] Paul Johnson called on Sophie in "Ira I Mines. Raymond Groehler, Em- THANK 01/w _ ~O~|~kL 1"1|=[~*|'~.~ [for orange sherbert. It was a tr-]every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 [Eurich. I .~1 ~l __ |il Podratz and Richard Barfknec- . .... ~'~ "~'] | iI " ................ at [eat for dinner. IP. m. for the residents and t ;e 1[ ...... ,.re~,,n~.. We church / l'l'Iill ~ ~ht called on Mrs. Milton Elhes .......... ~ t~h,,~] I " o 1 r_~atvr ,-, vu ~. , ' r" me t~lty oI winthrop ..... We are enio,dng the cross fav. IVlSltors. Clergymen fr m this su "-[ .............. he ~ ~ ~~ and Mrs. Christ W llhelm at the .... .~ "-~'~" J ~ I ' .. ]memoers, nave again ~eit t ~ ...... Ior me in me recent c~,~ Winthrop ors given by the St. Francis Altm" rounding area conduct serxmes on lie,7 of Easter We can say with ~ Umon hospital m New Ulm last ......... ~ ~, _ [ , ~ ~ xour supper] Is sinew IS ' c'et" The were brought to us an alternating basis Every week Thursday. ~ V. Lilt I'~,~,,,,M~t~T ~.L~,~,~ SO l ~. Y ~ " " " (conhdence: "Christ has risen fr- Easter Sunday guests at the " mated | 0~'~*~ ~,~IU~UUlL,v airbUS; b' Mrs Duane Wolterman and day we have short services at " ~- ---.-~,~-~x. - [ ....... om the dead. He has bee(,me the \Vayne B. Johnson home were Mr Visitors last week at the Julius _ t~,, _ :=-by HAZEL PAGEL, Editor= Mrs. Louis Kosak. ]1:00 p. m. we wish ~: thank me first fruits of all that slept in the and Mrs Horace Hokanson of St. Ellig home were Mr. and Mrs p ~',~atoP~(1 16: following ior assisting, : mrs. Wal- ~,h refol I hall not die " " . " ~, :t~ arr ~, ........... ;.~-,~ ~. ..... a to Thank you, Clarence Lind tor ] ........ ~rave. t e "e s ,Paul, Mrs. Bette Miller and ram- W]llard Frauendienst and family A ..... - ruu. ,,cw .~u=.t~ .,~..=u ' lace t~enson, Mrs. 19onala AnGer. " - " " BUILDING A 1VEWI pru 17: IL ............... blin-in- the Easter spirit into [ ........ but live. Easter is a pledge of lly of Bayport Mr and Mrs Lou of Arlington, Mr and Mr~ Ben --0 ...... toe wlnlnro i~ursln rmme the s s , . . ' ..... , ...... a~U IU:3q .......... ~p ......l g .........,he Home by nresentiin~, in Eas-[sop, lVli~ EnarJes l~m}~r l~lls, the greatel Easter at the end of Hnad and family of Bloomington, Elhg of Brownton and Mrs. Har. Call HEUS .... l~st wee~. we join ~n vveJcunl*H~; -.-'- , ~ r o " /IJllllOrfl bwanson, ivlrs, l-tavmon(l *i~-" V~r" "~e-:'~''~ -n~ e"-"lo ................. "'*" *'- ,.,,,~ ", aria Jun ......... ~-~ ter lil,, We are also enio,,ina Ltl- ! , * llllF.~, 51Ut~llb a U t11~ y"Mr. ana ~lrs. uaryl Maimer and OlO ~cnuette. vvlnmrop ~,,po, t.~a them to our iamny': .~.nza~tn ,;-- Smiths' liP' ~-iven ;l;r b"~' her ISallstrm' Mrs. Rooert Swanson, ees of the Home, have again be- family of White Bear Lake Mr ~ "-~ a.m. ~,acn of nenflerson, william .a, o y s Y i * ' an,~, .o chofl of Stewart, Mrs. Almin A1-husband, and Mrs. Dmrel RadKe and Iam Easter Sun0ab gues*s at the v,, s~ brecht, and Mrs. Helen Schisler. We mourn the passing of Alice Edmund, Sunday evening. She was the mother of Mrs. Alfred Schreiner of this city. Thank you, Mrs. Henry Then- mann, for delicious coIfee bread and vegetables. COME ONE COME ALL Thank you: Mrs. Victor Lot- gren, for delicious cookies; Mrs. J. Ben Flygare for bars and (el- fee bread; Mrs. Alex Trout L,r sauce; Connie Hedine for decora- tive pussy willows; Mrs. Clara Haas for decorative pillow~ end bags; Mrs. Martin Axeen Ior bread. We are sorry that Mrs. Sophie Eurich had to go to the Gaylord imspital. We hope that her say there will be short. Mrs. Harris FredrlcXsen, Mrs. Robert I~Iuffman entectained Thursday at a Farewell Fa,.ty for their p~{~ts, Mr. and Mr:. V~ illiam Wa~ner. Thev treated us PLAY THE GAME AT THE LEGION CLUB to ice cream and anwel foc;:l t :~Ke. EVERY FRIDAY Sixty-Iour enjoyed it. AT 8:30 P.M. [ - h 5h and Cash Prizes! Mr. \V. E Smi' , ".Mrs. [Smith of St. Cloud visited Lil. tian Smith. Mrs. Ronald Hanson, Mrs. Pat Jesus overcame; and hallelujahs, O'Brian. praising God. This week we are ~ndebted to Rev. Arnold of the United the Rev. M. Schultz of the Am. {Church of Christ brought us the Lutheran Church of Stewart for 'Easter message by reading the bringing, us the gospel He made Easter story from St John and us conscious of the fact that re- by singingthree inspiring solos: gardless of age, we all have"I "Walk- ~A'here Jesus Walked," problems, but to N1 Christ says, "Open the Gates of the Temple," "Come unto Me". Mrs, Lavern "God's Tomorrow." He was ac- Ewert and Mrs. Ronald Penk I companied by Mrs. Arnold sang. "Jesus Savior. Pilot Me,"I We wish to thank the follow- and "Beneatt~ the Cress of Jesus".. --ling for assisting with devotions Shirlev Schuette was at the or-!and ente,:tainmei~t ti~e past week: gan. i~Irs. Richard Genck. Mrs. Doris ~lr.M and Mrs.- ~ riarold" ISchuft. Mrs. \Vallace Benson, Mrs. Brust. l Donald Ander~on Mrs. Charles Clarabel Krue~,er Sam White s ! ...... " ".. , - ~. _ . ~ .' . . "'.}lever, :\ll'S. l~arrv rlo\\,larl(1, .,ira. ~t~:O :mines \~oo0s visited E. E. Ro{)ert Parker. ~irs John Payne VV OOOS." " , i i I ,i ,,el l"The Seven Last \Vords of Christ ' iwere emphasized in a Candle Li- Mrs. C. L. Klockman, Mrs. A-{'ghting service ................................................................................. melia Schillo, Supt. and Mrs. Mof by the following rell Anderson, Almin Albrecht, MIDLAND TRAINLOAD Mrs Theresa Nelson visited Mrs. fly of Brownton, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McGonigle, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Glen McGonigle, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cl~as. Mc- Gnoigle and family, Mr. and Mrs. 22 .at the MIDLAND Cooperative Gregory Johnson and family, '_Jr. and Mrs. Dean Lind and family and Mrs. C. C. Johnson and Ray- mond of Vinthrop. The occasion !being the birthday anniversary of Mrs. C. C. Johnson. Aftecnoon -allers were Mr and Mrs. S!:el- don S. Larson and Eric and Miss Carol Saunders of Rocheste-. Earl Heuer of Vancouver B. C Karen from the U. of Minn. and i Carol of G. A. C. spent the Easter !holidays at the home of their par- i e t., Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Heuer. Mrs. Wm. Martin returned Sun- I day evening after spending the winter months at the home of her son Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Martin and famih" at Springfield Me M. Nelson, Ken and 3Ia:'y spent from Friday throuo~h Sun- day with Joann Nelson in Mihvau. kee, Wis. Saturday Joann accom- Almin Albrecht. panied them to Ripen, to visit APRIL 14 Mr and Mrs. Jim Nelson and fa- ~lfll We will miss Mrs. ,Margaret miIy. The trip from Mpls. to Mil- Guggisberg who left Monday for Joleen and Janice Hall, Mrs. Del- waukee was made bv plane. .... I AI IL 38 her home at Gibbon after re- fert Bussler was the organist and andMrS'carol,RsebUdMr, andLeisenfeld'Mrs. Lois "'SG 2' cuperating at the Home. IJoleen and Janice Hall favored JHl r.D_TUAkl Ucn eimLJ Eddie g,UUl.ilk"/fll~lll'l~llg,~--~l~|III [ Mr. and Mrs Del Bjorklund.]us with avocal duet. Liesenfeld, Chuckle and Lori [Mrs. Robert Nierengarten, Mrs. I We wish to rember the follow- , spent Easter Sunday visiting at ON ALL QUALITY CO-OP TIRES lArmin Schuette, Mrs. Victor Lof-[ing who brought us cheer the [the home of Mr and Mrs. Char- Compare Bargain Prices: [gren visited Helen Schisler. [past week: Mrs. O'Neil for dough. [ley Zins of Nicollet. ,~ " Thanks for coming. Come again. ._--. ]nuts;]ter greetingCUb ScoutSbaskets;Den favors2' for EaS-for ] Mr. and Mrs. Werner Young- o,.. Hl4 7:76x14, 4-~ $I~1.[~ Alfred Shult visited August [tables from the daughters of Mrs. Iblm' Mrs. Bruce Flygare, Linda PASSENGER TIRE --i Took. ]Bowyer; Mrs. Claude McGuire and Christine Lueek of Lafayette were Monday afternoon visitors H~ ~U'~ 6:~x15,~ q950 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Berger, at the home of Mrs. Oscar Swen- TRUCK11RE FWTdm beck called on August Berger. son. TRI-RIB FRONT 5:50X16, 4.~ beck called on Augst Berger. TOR lille FI~ !"~1~ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Liekfett Mr. and Mrs. James Podratz visited Ida Kiphuth and called on and daughter of Stillwater spent their Easter vacation at the Wil- M.~-J 10X~[~4~ Mrs. Almin Albrecht. [Mrs. Henry Thenemann for veg- mar Riebe home. TIRE William Kirchoff had the /el-letables. lowing visitors: Mrs. Edna Thran, ;Happy Birthday, Lawrence Peter- Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Croehler Mrs. Lester Kirchoff, Mr. and son--April the llth. 'and family spent Sunday evening 'at the Raymond Groehlers. Mrs. John Stark. We are sorry that E. E. Woods, ALL PASSENGER Mr. and Mrs. Or~iHe Kley and TIRES MOUNTED Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hahn, Mr. had to go to the Gaylord Hospi- BALANCED and Mrs. Harold Bauer and faro- tal, Sunday evening We hope tha( family and Miss Tillie Kley visit- FREE ily visited Minnie Polzin. his stay there will be short, ed at the home of Mrs. Augusta Berger at Fairfax Friday. Margarett Guggisberg had the Anna Martin had the following [ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Groeh- following visitors: Mrs. Marvin visitors: Mrs. Alex Trout, Mr Rudolph Trout, Mrs. Henry Dehn- ~ler were Easter Sunday dinner Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sau- tar, Air. and Mrs. Frank Conden, ing, Mr and Mrs. Roger E. Chris- guests at the Harvey Boettcher home at Gaylord. Mr. and Mrs. Don Guggisberg tensen. and family Almin Albrecht, Mrs. Morrell Mines. Raymond Groehler, Ric- OIL ASr'0C'-'' 2":~--~ IA'l'101~ t~ettyCalleI sf~lO,= at Lmmnthe Homl.o/Ke,e we eiurs.,r: Anderson, Mrs Wiltiam Peterson. . hard and VCalter Barfknecht call-. TRI" C0. CO'OP: .............. :visited Easter Sunday with Mrs. ed at the Gavlord hospital to see .... ~ ......... [Almin Albrecht Her grandchild- Mrs. Thelma Nierengarten They L t... l%urtz, lvlrs z41vln t~ecKer I "~ ent ' ren were aLO pres . J. B. Flygare, Mrs. Martha Belch, ! andalS calledHarvevat Boettcherthe Geo. Barfkneehtand Del. WL.throp,- Mi..n_sota Mrs Henry Tabbert,and, Mr. and Mrs Harold Bauer, Mr. !mar Gro hier homes. Mrs. Helmer Lind, Mrs Clarence [andMrs "W. Weishert, Mrs. Ed-] "i Gehrke, Mrs, Emil Gehrke. jward Pieschke, Mrs. Elmer Lind- renMrS'of WillowMarge JensenLake s.andD, child-were I leman, Mrs. Johanna Schuette, iFriday supper and overnight Kuphal visited Minnie gu- Polzin. eats at the John Soehl home. Ev- "Why do it the "Hard" way, when you can do it the "Easy" Culligau Soft Water way?" For the month of April we offer: A Fully Automatic Culligan Water Softener sized to your requirements. Units priced as low as $198.00 with Free Installation * One year's supply of Salt -. , 9, Liberal Trade-In on your used soft.ener. Robert and Mike McGuire cal- led on August Berger. Visitors at the Home were: Mr. and Mrs. Luvern Deterling, Edwin Johnson, Mrs. Henw Thenemann, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eklund, Mrs. Otto Gutknecht, Esther Polzin, Clara Haas, Mrs. Martin Axeen. Welcome Come again. Mr. W. E. Smith is a frequent caller on his wife and other resi- dents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woods, Sr., called on Pete Woods. Mrs. Sophie Eurich is baek with us again after a stay at the Gaylord Hospital. Her visitors have been: the Paul Johnson and Harold Jobe families, Anna Eur- ich, Carl Eurich and family, and John Eurich, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reno and daughter, Mrs. Louise Sirbasker, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Eurich and family. Margaret Swanson had the fol- lowing visitors: Mrs. Clarence Ziemen, Mrs. Emil Ziemen, Mrs. Tena Rarmow, Mrs. Earl Ayer. From time to time folks have wondered if there might be items around their homes which we might use to advantage here at our Home Following are a few suggestions of items which we need: books for bookcase, magazines (pictur ed), finger tip towels, coat hang- ers, sewing machine. ening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Sid Kuphal and family of Gay- lord and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ahrens and family Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shutt and and son of St. Paul were week- end visitors at the Maynard Kuester home. C&RD OF THANKS I wish to extend my sincere thanks to all who visited me wh. ile I was in the hospital; also many thanks for the cards, gifts and letters. A special '"rhank You" to Rev. EngwaU for his vis- its and prayers; to Dr. Schroep- pel and the nures for the wonder. ful care. These kind deeds will always be remembered. Arnold Sprengeler Farms, R~ldential, Commercial Financing Available Box 4, Gaylord, Minn. Ph. Bus. 237-2813 Ph. Res. 23 -2761 If no answer call Martin Real Estate Co. St. Peter, Minm ]Eli. -931-43 e For details, call m collect and say:' Phone 237-2066 Gaylord, Minn. 8:00 p.m. Waldo Hall home were Dean Lan. dree, Holly and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Witt, Mr. and Mrs. David Weitzenkampof Mpls. THANK YOU I wish to express my sincere thanks to all who sent cards and gifts to me during my recent stay at the hospital. Also to Pastor Engwall, Dr. Schroeppel and the nursing staff. At the same time I wish also ~o acknowledge all v,,ho remembered me on my ~-!th birthday, anniversary which was during the days of my hospitaliz ation. A. M. Maim YOUR MOST PRIZED Council POSSESSIONS ARE WORTH with MFA | Ice 0NVS BURNING TRASH AND LEAVES r--q ALLOWED BEFORE 4.-00 P.M. ilderne Sta NO BURNING OF GARBAGE AT TIME. WINTHROP CITY Over 1000 *Greater Hiding Power COVERS BETTER * GOES PITTSBURGH PAINT