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June 2, 1955

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JUNE 2, 1955 Mr. a>,d Mrs. Gottlieb Groehler P~bert Greene of Minneapolis of I uff,. J Lake called at the P,~b- visited w;.th his parents, Mr, and *-.-z Hass home Sunday af=~rr~oon. " r~ ,,J. it. (;:'-,he Sunday and Mr. and 3h.~. G, S. Laumann of ..... r,r.,,:. ~,~ St. l'au! w~,r~ ~ue:~ts at the Mrs. Miss Anna jJanson of Mirme- 01ofs~n of Senake, Sr., home. ~nencement exercises, in honor of tendeA funeral services for Martin The Methodist Church were Wm. Senske, their son Robert's graduation. Ellies at Glencoe Wednesday. George E. Hamilton, pastor They were supper guests at the Worship service 9:30 a. m. t~l Gregory of Win- Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Gustafson of home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Arlt. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. A ,*- -~ Plentywood, Montana and Mrs. . , l~J~eve~ing guests at the O. Iverson of West Concord weret Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Oxley, Annual Conference convenes at $~ 8r., home were Mr. Memorial week end guests of Mrs. daughter Betty of Minneapolis June~t" Paul8thfromthroughWednesdaYsundaymOrningafter_ ~ ~j~vin Remus and ram- Selma Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. i and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Abraham ~, ~Lml'. and Mrs. Melvin Harry Palmer. The Gustafs~ns re-land son, Billy of Gaylord visited noon June 12th. Io~l~_~d Kevin of Gibbon, turned to their home Tuesday. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. The Business Meeting of the ~. ~_~. Weishert and Otto Mrs Iverson remained for a longer : C. Spaude Memorial Day. W.S.C.S. will meet with Mrs. I Ralph Woods on Tuesday after- mslt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berg of noon June 7th. All members are Gaylord were surprised by a group welcome. -- of relatives and friends at the You are welcome to our services. g : i Norwegian Grove Lutheran Church parlors Sunday afternoon in ob- Shop our Dairy Department for Best Buys r. MON.. TUE.. WED. ....... & Beans ........ 21/z can 19 Spanish ............ No. 25 jar 25C ............. 12-oz. can 39 Cream Style .......... :2 16-oz. cans 33 16-oz. Can at efruit Seffments 8 oz. pkg. Pickles .........24 oz. jar 31 Liquid Starch .......... Qt. jar 17 Catsup 14 oz. bottle 17 I leenex 400 size Tissue Box 27 Q Ms tree mcwe ion ever before-- Ford's tl iMing Thu i.spired styling and new lightning- qVick Trigger-Torque pickup. Why pay more? A 10-minuie Test I3rive is quick proof that your money bUys more in Ford. THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, SIBLEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA and 5I~. Win. Rickert, q" Hertha from Brownton. t Mrs. Henry Theis, Ar- servance of their thirty-fifth wed- American Lutheran Parish ding an~versary. A. Schira, pastor :,i~. and Mrs. Han'y Palmer, St. John Church 3h-~. , :':ma Pearson and their Bismarck Twp. gues~. ;[r~. A. E. lverson of West Thursday, June 2nd: 'Luther C,',:'::~i spent Tuesday in Minne- League 8:30 p. m. a~oiis. While there they called on Sunday, June 5th: .Mrs. Emma Moore at the Swedish Sunday School 9:30. tI~spitat, where she is confined Set~'ice in German 10:15. fo:i~w~r,g major surgery. Tuesday, June 7th: Ladies' Aid 2:00 p. m. 2]r:. Lloyd Lofgren, Jane and Sunday, June 12th: No service. 5; :~ i::ft Sunday morning from Mission Festival in Fernando. W--~d-C:-mmberlain ainport, Minne- .,,,,i.. enroute to their home at Peace Cherch P!-:~::,, nd, Virginia. They had Winthrop v;: ~,: at the home o her parents,Thursday, June 2nd: Ladies' Aid Yr. : t Mrs. B. R. Swanson, and 2:00 p. m. Luther League in Bis-t !..>-: ,,}atives here for the past marck 8:30 p.m. I Sunday, June 5th: i t~vo : ~ a half weeks ..... I " Servlce m Gernlan 8:30. I '~ 31:. Sunday School after service. I ,:! ! Come into your Ford Dealer's today am