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MAY 14, 1936 THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, MINNF~OTA PAGE Tm wm Gene~-ieve Anderson of Lafayette, called Monday at the E. S. Hagg home~ Rev. Albert Lorin of Rockford, II1., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lorin, Monday and Tuesday. ~yand Mrs. Art Lang visited 3h'. and Mrs. Charles Kreugerand With Rev. and Mrs. Schmidt !aughter, Delores, and son, Kenneth, Welcome. were weekend gues~ at the Ed. Fromm home at Johnson, Minn. ~n~d~a~ Mrs. A. C. Johnson visited ~r~mY with their son, Raymond, in Mrs. Hannah Larson spent Satur- -'~epolis. day wkh her daughter, Marion, at ~v~ Mondav Macalester College in St. Paul. She Study Club ~ill meet 'attended the Mother s Day banquet ._ Y 25th at the horse of Mrs. Emily and program. tr~ at 7:30 P. M. ~a?Mr- Levin Forsherg of Dassel, and Edberg of Cokuto, called Mon- at the A. G. Hedine home. ~i~e~table Giftsfor graduation. 1 Fashions. 29-30 --Advertisement. ~]~. and 3trs. Martin Sylvester and ~Wlliavn Timm and son of Hop- _ , Were Sunday visitors at the L 4. 6ehlueter home. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Berger ~t Union, visited at the A. G. e home Sunday. ~0RSESv Heavy Drafts, Lights ~ing in the horse line that you ~Y need A'!~o 4 Holstein l)ull -~ from one-of Nicollet Co's best Priced to sell in a "hurry ~.~t'the O. N. Johnson Co.i , l~innesota. The G. A. College A capella choir will render "a concert in the Berna- dotte Lutheran church on Sunday afternnoon at 3:00. A treat is in store for those who go to hear this splendid or~anizatcion sing. Mr. Erhardt Sylvester of Ames. Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sylvester and Mr. Wdlliam Timm and sort, Bobble of Hopkins and Miss Alice Brogen of Milford, Io~ visited Sunday at the John Sylvester home. ifa,. end Mrs. J. S. Olson of Col- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abraham and Mrs. John Abraham and children of Gaylord~ Mr. and Mrs. Gust Gruen- waldt and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Spier- ing were guests Mother's Day at the Spiering-Lickfett home. Mrs~ T. Thorson enjoyed a re- union with her family Mother's Day at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. F. Johnson in St. Paul. The N. A. Thorson a~d T. W. Thorson fam- ilies of Crookston. and Mrs. Hannah --Advertisement. Larson and daughter were present. t~ Lutheran Brotherhood of the ~t~ Lutheran church wilt meet at Roy Benjamin, a little son of Mr. N. E. Anderson home on Tuesday and Mrs. Benjamin F. Phillips, was ~., baptized at the parsonageof the the 26th. The following ,Y~ittee wF1 have charge of theFirst Lutheran church on Thursday A~/stm at this time: Helmer Lind, evening of last week. He was born Eckberg, C. A. Anderson and in New Ulm on Dec. 17, 1935. Mr. ~a. E. Olson. and Mrs. Loyd Jacobsen served as New Improved SEMESAN rift. corn treatment has never been But now it is cheaper everI At its new reduced price can treat corn this year for 1~4# most seed low in vitality and Seed scarce, you can't pass up enefits of this widely-used an~ Unended dust. It usually con- seed rotting and gives better s. Reduces seedling blight, root stalk rots. And generally" ira- crop quality and increases Illinois Experiment Station 444,. reporting 3 bushels increase m tests, says: best disinfectants for corn now on the market is New lr." will not clog planter. 35/; I-lb., $1.00; 5-1bs., Ask us for the new Corn It's fre~ sponsors. Pastor E. A. Martell officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Van Wick of Duluth called Thursday evening at the Dr. Roll Hovde home. Gerald Games and Rosemary Walsh of Minneapolis, visited Sun- day with Mrs. G. A. Carnes. Mrs. Philip Jaus will en~rtain the Zon Lutheran Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon, May 14tb~ in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. William Witt, Mrs. George Hatter, and Mrs. Henry Witt attended the funeral of Mrs. Emil Olson at New Ulm last Vtedne-~:hy. him. M. L. Blomholm of Hudson, Wisconsin, spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Fike. I ~a~ke this mear, s of expressing my appreciation and thanks for the letters, cards, gifts, and beautiful flowers while at the hospital.-~Mrs. R. A. Woods. Mrs. Earl McGonigle returned home Monday e~-ening after spend- ing several days visiting with her ~taughter Pearl. a~d with Mr. and Mrs. Viral Townsend in Minneapolis. Miss Helen Luedke, Warren Lued- ke, Elda Kuecker, and Mr. Daniel Luedke of near Fairfax, s~isited Mon- day afternoon at the F. N. Nelson home. Mr. Daniel Luedke will re- main until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Rick had as their guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Frank and children of New Prague, Dr. and .Mrs. T. J. Strehlow of St. Cloud and Miss Elsi( Rick of Minneapolis. Helen Williamson of St. Olaf Col- lege entertaine the following class- mates at a weekend house party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Williamson: Adelaide Han.~on, Ruth Johnson, Elsie Knut- son, Barbara Johnson. and Celia Ronnie. HORSES! HearD" Drafts, Lights. Anything in the horse line that you may need. Also 4 Holstein bull calves from one of Nieollot Go.'s best herds. Priced to sell in a hurry. Inquit~e at the O. N. Johnson C0., Gibbon, Minnesota. --Advertisement. Supt. O. S. Larson of Gibbon win occupy the pulpit of the First Luth- eran ohurch of Winthrop next Sun- day morning at 10:10 in the absence of Pastor Maxtell who will be in Bel- View at that time. Pastor Martell will preach in his home church on Sunday evening at 8:00. An offer- ing will be lifted for Mr. Larson at Gene Lodes wave us an idea la~t the morning worship, in apprecia- week. He says that all tail lights on lion of his services. Mayflowers will cars should be green instead of the also be offered for sa~e at this ser- conver~tional red when the vehicle is vice. This is for the benefit of N~- moving. Red means danger but a tional T. B. Sanatorium at Denver. red tail light does not mean that to This is an annual undertaking, mos~ of the drivers on the highways. If ~he tail lights would be green, The Women's Missionary Society then the car behind would know that of ~he First Lutheran church met the vehicle is moving and there is no for reorganization last Thursday great danger. But if a red light evening. At the regular annual would be seen, then the driver would meeting last fall Miss Ordella Malm know that the car is stopped,and was elected president. At this meet- would look ottt. As it is thered ing on Thursday Mrs. Olof Swenson danger lights about excavations and was elected vice president, Missrepairs often reg~s~cer in a driver's Edna Peterson, secretary, Miss Effie mind as a mere tail ~ight and nat Blomgren, treasurer. It was decided danger, as _he red should mean. And that 12 meetings a year he held,more than tha~t, green is ~ visible each on the first Tuesday of thein darkness as red. Th'~s red for month. Af~rnoon and evening willdanger signals a~'l stopped vehic:es be used alternately for the meet- but green for moving vehicles.-- ings. Thus next meeting will be Hutchinson Leader. held in the afternoon ~nd the fol- ~owing meeting n the evening. Re- freshments will be served at every other meeting. Sewing and other handwork w~ll form part of ~he pro- grams at the meetings. Missionary offerings will be lifted at ~he S. S. session on the 5th Sunday morning of the month when such occurs. The women of the congregation will be asked to receive mite boxes, placing a penny a day in each box. This will all be turned in to the treasurer at end of the year. Those present pledged their ioTal support to this organization.A large enrollment is ar~ticipa~d. P. E. Waller, Pharmadst and Manager i~hin's Poison Corn. Kills g~phers quickly ,.. 25e and 50 | oz. Water Glasses. Doz... C~lgates Dental Cream. Giant 35e. Large size ...... 19 ~tet- Shave Lotion .. 35 ~Mtine. Large size ...... 59 ' aman Brownie Camera . $1.00 l~rophlactic Tooth BruSh .... 39c (~a~hmere Bouquet Soap, f~rmerly 25c size ......... I0 ~mp Brushless Shave .... 49c ~rcal Hair Oil ............ 9c l~tnam Dyes. 2 for ....... 25 Peroxide. 4 oz ............ l~c Ottowa Fountain Peas. Self- filling and guaranteed ... $1.00 Scripto Pencils ............ 10 Palmolive Shave Cream .... 25c Giant size ............... 39c Vaseline Hair Tonic ....... 39c Mineral OiL Pts. .......... 39c W& D Golf Balls. 3for ... Chartex. large ............. 67c Coigates Amt. Soaps. 2 for I1c 5 for ......... 27c Antiseptic Mouth Wash .... 29c White Shinola ............. 9c Mercurochrome. n/z oz ...... 10 Wave Set. Large ......... 10c A class of fourteen boys a~t girls was confirmed in the First Lutheran church last Sunday morning. The members of the class were: Joyce Albrecht, Lyle Anderson, Pearl Berkman, Lynette Braun, Dale Ed- lund, Carol Fike, Verona Heal, Jessie Her~viksen, Celestine I.arson, Rein- hold Neabarth, Jean Margaret Os- berg, Delores Ryerson, Helen Soder- lund, and Leo Wickstrom. The ser- vices were very impressive. Senior choir led the processional, followed by the pastor and members of the confirma~on class. The pas- tor then paid a tribute to The Truly Good Mother. The choir rendered a selection. The pastor used the fol- lowing as his theme for the con- firn~tion sermon: F~ithful unto the end, or, seeing ~he thing thrm He based it on 2 Tim. 3:12-17. Con- cluding ~ rdte of confinv~tion he used the individual blmsing method. Communion services followed the rite of confirmation. There was a l~rge con~ion. Many rehttives of t~he eonfi~xted were present. There were also many visitor~. Public ex- amination of the class was con~m~ ed hst Friday evening. There~was a large ~ at that time also. The congregation now num- bers 567 cammunicant members. ,Next Sunday morning the class just confirmed will enter Mr. A. L. Olaon's Bible class, joining classes previously eondirmed in profitable ~nd i~vestmg Bible study. Mr. L. W. Olson, Hannah Maim% a~d Mrs. Hannah harson have taught the class thruout their period of train- ing for confirm~ion. Ice Cream, s rve Heavy Malted Milk MARVIN E. ANDERSON Insurance Service Life Fire Tornado Hail Automobile Retirement Income Policy Reliable Companies Winthrop, Minnesota HER CHOICE RI/;CIPE GINGER MUFFINS V2 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup butter and lard 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger % teaspoon Cloves 1 cup molasses 2'~ cups flour, 2 teaspoons soda in 1 cup boiling water 2 beaten eggs Method: Cream the butter and sugar (to which has been added the spices). Add molasses, then the hot water and flour. Add the two beaten eggs last. This batter is quite thin. Bake in a high med- crave oven--about 400 degrees F. This makes two dozen muffins. Mrs. George Scheman. i What You Ask of a Bank DEPENDS UPON WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT A BANK Mrs. Carl Hermtng is visiting with GREAT many people do ask impossible things of a bank relatives in Clara City for a few . . . just because they do not thoroughly understand days. what are the right and the wrong principles of conducting a The Junior choir of the First bank. Lutheran church will meev a~ 7:00 on both Wednesday and Thursday evenings of this week. The Senior There is a reason back of every safe rule in banking. The choir will meet on Thursday at 8:00. banker does not act from whim, or favor this person or that; Remember your graduate with a he follows the charts of experience. He tries to steer a safe useful gift like a Gladstone or brief course, as the captain does with a great liner. Nobody asks case or overnight case, zipper bags, the captain to head for an iceberg. Nobody should ask the and all kinds of purses and billfolds, banker to depart from any of the sound principles which give Come in and look them over. F.W. Lindquist. --Advertisement. protection to the bank's depositors. Mr. A. D. Rohertson, uncle of Mr. James C. Scrimgeour, died Friday N evening at Storm Lake, Iowa. He ~hadattained the age of 74 years. [RST ATIONAL ANK Funeral services were held at the Sunset Memorial Chapel in Minne- Winthrop, Minne=ota apolis Tuesday, May 12th, at 1:30 p. m. Mr. Robertson had lived in Storm Lake for the past twemy-four years. He is survived by his wife ........ and one son, James of St. Paul and daughter, Mary, Mrs. Scott of Des Moines, Iowa. They also adopted a sister's daughter, Annie, Mrs, Eby of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mrs. Robertson is a sister of the tale Mrs. James Serimgeour, Sr. Mr. ~nd Mrs. James C. Scrimgeour and Mr. James Scrimgeour and Mr. Bill Scrimgeour of Brownton attended the funeral in Minneapolis. GAYLORD SAT. & SUN., MAY 16-17 ROBERT MONTGOMERY MYRNA LOY In "Petticoat Fever" The stage success . . . funnier and better than ever! Plus Gang comedy. Plus Movie- tone news. Adm. 10-25c WED. & THUR., MAY 20-21 "Charlie Chan at the Circus" with WA RN I/~R OLAND KEY LUKE It's a real thriller. Plus comedy. Plus Audioscopiks. A new sensation in motion picturest. Fun and more fun . . . as the screen goes mad. Adm. 10-~5c COMING ATrRACTIONS "Message to Garcia" qr'hree Godfathers" "Rose Marie" "Shirley Temple" "Private Number" SATURDAY SPECIAL Now that stores have fresh berries and we are featuring the White Layer Shortcake, you can have your favorite dish with the minimum of bother and expense. Two generous servings in each cake. Which of the Breads we bake do you like best? White Gacked Wheat Rye Whole Wheat 4P Graham Swedish Rye Fruit Bread Raisin Rye Phone 21 R. J. Friederichs, Owner FLOUR. Miss Minneapolis. 49-1b Bag ..................... $1.8~ CALUMET BAKING POWDER. Large can .................. 22 TAPIOCA. Quickly and easily prepared. Per Pkg ............ 9c PORK & BEANS. Campbail's. 2 cans for ................... 15c PEAS, with diced carrots. Fancy. No. 2 can ................. 13c SARDINES. Mustard or tomato sauce. Large oval cans. 2 for 17c PIGS FEET. Pickled. Pint Jars ........................... 22 LIBBY'S CORN BEEF. Per can ............................. 17c OLIVES. Stuffed. Large bottle ............................ 21c Radio Service Your radio set gives you a ringside seat to all important events. Have a complete radio tune-up now for only $1.50 which includes: luspect and clean chaMia. Check speaker and comu~ions. Cheek all power eonneetion~. Cheek radio for "Radiotosis." Cheek gang eemdenser. Check set controls. Line up interstage coupling. Advise condition of set and tubes. Estimate any other work needed. Winesaps, 5 lbs. MUSTARD. Prepared. Quart Jar .......................... 13c RAP-IN-WAX .............................................. 8c ASSORTED PLAI_2N COOKIES. Fresh. Per Lb .............. 15 MARSHMALLOWS. Vz Lb. Pkg. ............................ 9c BISQUICK. For short cake. Per P1kg ........................ 19 See our Fre~ Strawberries SpeciaL FOR FRI. & SAT. ONLY POTATOES. New. 5 Um. for .............................. 23 ASP&RAGUS. 1 Lb ........................................ 10 BEANS. Wax or Greea. 2 Lba. for ......................... 25 CUCUMBERS. Large. 2 for ............................... 15 CARROTS. Large bunches ................................. 6c LETTUCF_~ Large solid heads. 3 for ........................ 25 (~ELERY. Large stalks ...................................... 15 RADISHES. 3 bunches ....... ; ............................. 10 See Clarence Weldon Highest Price Paid for Eggs.