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PAGE TWO THE Vt INTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, MINNESOTA THURSDAY, JUNE Rural Club News Sunday, June 7th, will go down as a day long to be i~emembered by members of the Rural Welfare Club ~hen they, together with their fam- flies gathered at the school .house in Dist. 46 and ev~joyed their annual picnic and children's day program. An umtsually large attendance was in evidence and the weather of this "rare" June day was ideal for suchi ' a an outing. At one o clock all p r- took of a delicious picnic dinner offer which a meeting of the club was called to order. The meetingI I opened by singing "The Church in the Wildwood". A,m~ng other things, it was decid- ed to have programs at meetings as before, but ~Go .discontinue contests, and to make scrap books, etc. and guther quilt pieces to be sent to "shut-ins" instead. Each member is requested to bring material for same to the meetings. The meeting clos- ed by singing, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee", and "Blest be the tie that binds", after which the children's program was rendered as follows: Song, Lorraine and May Ann John- son; Reading, Gerald Gustafson; Sang, Sidney Holberg; Piano solo, Audrey Anderson; Recitation, Anna Mae E@lund; Song, Shirley Ann Burkholder; Reading, Ellsworth BrowN; Reading, Aim Peterson; Son~, Helen and John Edward Mar- tin; Reading, Patricia Kneer; Reci- tation, Betty. M~e Hokanson; Reci- t~ion, Julanne Brown; Song, Mary I~u Knoer. The following are winners in con- tests which furnished much enjoy- merit: Peanut race, May Arm John- son; Changing shoes, MaD" Lou Knoer; Summersault race, Willard Larson; Drir~king water with a tea~ spoon, Daryl Knoer and Lyle Gus- tafson. The men participated in a tug-of-war. I A luncheon was then served which ended a day of pleasure for all who were in attendance. Mrs. C. C. John- son and Mrs. Victor Holberg consti- tuted the serving committee and served as hostesses. Mines. Carl Brow~, Pat Knoer and Meyers had charge~f program and entertain- mont. MIN NFJ~&POLIS-ST. PAUL WINTHROP PICNIC SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1936 This picnic has been held in Min- neapolis for several years. Request was nuvde last year that picnic be he~.d here at Winthrop this year. Winthrop City Band will play con- cert at 12 o'clock and thence will be other program numbers. Winthrop citizens are requested to eat picnic lunch in city park at noon, and visit with former Win- thropites now residing in the Twin Cities A cordial welcome is ex- tended to e~ryone. Meet your old friends and neighbor~. GOLF TOURNAMENT AT SLEEPY EYE NEXT SUNDAY The Winthrop Golf Club will meet the Sleepy Eye club in tournament play ~b the Sleepy Eyd links next Sunday, beginning at 1:00 p. m. All club members are urged to be pres- ent, If you plan to take part please register at Har~son's Drug Stere. The Committee. FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY, JUNE 12-13-15 POST TOASTIES. 2 13-oz. Pkgs. ........................... 23c POST BRAN FLAKES. 10 oz. Pkg .......................... 11c COFFEE. -Jack Sprat. Lb can ............................. 23{c COFFEE. Good Cheer. Lb. bag .... 15c 3 Lb. Bag ...... 45c TEA. R Grocer or Jack Sprat. Vz Lb. Pkg ................... 23c WHEAT FLAKES. Jack Sprat. 3 10-oz. Pkgs .............. 27c PEANUT BUTTER. Mayflower. Quart Jar .................. 23c PEN-JEL. IFor better jelly. 2 3-oz. kgs ..................... 25c PEA~% Tender, Early Junes. 3 20-oz. cans ................. 26c PORK & BEANS. Jack Sprat. 2 tall 22 oz. cans ............. 17c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER. 6 cans .......................... 45c Ask about the big Silverware Deal. BISQUICK. Perfect for Strawberry Shortcake. 40 oz. Pkg .... 29c IVORY SOAP FLAKES. Large Pkg ......................... 22 OXYDOL. Safe. no scrubbing. Large Pkg ................... 21c P & G SOAP. White Naptha. 5 Giant Bars .................. 21c POLYSIIINE. White Liquid. 2 Reg. 15c bottles ............. 25c CAMAY TOILET SOAP. 4 Bars ............................ 21c I Variety & Grocery Phone 5 We Deliver for A Gift on Sunday, June 21 st \ Fine silk ties that usually sell for a dollttr each! The patterns are especially good and the re- silient construction means cer- tain satisfaction. I He's sure to appreciate the soft comfort of these broadcloth pajamas. Novelty patterns with white cord edges. Heavy weight rayon with 2-color clocks. We've just received a wide assort- ment of shirts featuring all the latest patterns, colors and collar styles and the price is truly econ- omical Both regular and starch- less collar~ Styles for the more conservative, also! HANDKERCHIEFS Attractive woven bordersand allover patterns. 10c 15c Suspenders ................. 49c White Belts ................ 49c Garters .................... 25c 1 Zion Lutheran Church C. W. A. Kuehner, pastor. The service next Sunday will be in the English language. Holy Com- munion will be celebrated. Preparatory seawice for commun- icants a~ 9:00. Reg~ar ser~ice at 9:30. The Ladies' Guild will meet today (Thursday) at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. W. F. LickfeCt will be the hostess. During June, July, and August there will be services in one langu- age only each Sunday. They will begin at 9:00 o'clock and alternate between the English and German. Union Congregational Church Rev. Wendell Wheeler, pastor. Sunday, June 14th Sunday school will meet as usual at 10:00 a. m. At eleven o'clock, the regular ser- vice of worship will be held. Mr. Wheeler will speak on "Religion in Our Time", with special I~ference ~o the State Conference held in St. Paul last month. We welcome our Methodist friends to this service. Tuesday, June 16~h, the regular business meeting of the Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Ollig, with Mrs. Anch'ew Johnson assisting. All women of the chm~ch are cor- dially invited. o Evangelical Mission Church Leonard Anderson, pastor This ( Thursday ) evenin~ the ~riendship League will hold a ca~lp- fire se~cice at the ~Fred Totman home. Come and bring a friench Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock Choir and String band rehearsal Nex~ Sunday the Gospel team and String band from the Tabernacle of Minneapolis, directed by Roy W. Swanson, wil, l be with us for the monaing service at 11:00 and after- noon selwiee at 2:30. No evening service: Ladies Aid Thursday, June 18. o First Evangelical Lutheran Church Ernest A, Martell. pastor. First Sunday after Trinity. Sunday school 9:30. Services in English at 10:10. Ordination at G. A. College 3:00. Commissioning of Missionaries 7:45. Home Mission Society picnic at Rudell home on the 16th. Mesdames A. Albrecht, Lambert Osberg, Olof Swenson, O. J. Pierson, and Roy Gustafson entertain. Ladies Aid on Wednesday, the 17th. Mrs. Oscar Lundholm enter- rains. Winthrop Dist. L. L. in Clear Lake June 19-21. Minn. Conf. L. L. in St. Peter June 23-28. Methodist Episcopal Church Miss Gladys J. Hadley, Pastor. Church school as usual at 10:00 a. m. Sunday. Methodists who are not planning to attend the special services (open to all) on Sunday, June 14, at the Conference are invited to worship in the Union Congregational church, Winthrop. Tabor Evangelical Church Rev. H. Plantikow, pastor Sunday, Jtme 14 10 a. m. English service. Sermon: Religion, A Going C~ncern. Come and enjoy with this Gospel service. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my appreciation to the many kind friends who sent me flowe~, cards, letters, and other gifts during nay stay at the Union Hospital. I wish to especially thank Rev. Anderson and Rev. Martell and the friends who visited me. To the Union Hospital Staff and Nurses for their ninny services, I wish to ex- press this note of appreciation. Mrs. Helmer Lind. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this means of expressing our heartfelt thanks to Gedig Posl: of the American Legion, Winthrop Legion Atuxiliary, Pastors Mueller and Martell and all our kind neighbors and friends for the kind renmmbrances bestowed~ on Mr. Benton and son, Alloyus, while patients at the Union hospital. Your words of encoura~rement, flowers. cards, fruit and other gifts were greatly appreciated. To each and everyone we wish to o:: "'~ -~ (:~ sincere thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bengson and family. Room for Improvement ~Dey's hatn' a heap o' talk," sald Uncle Eben, "'bout what dey teaches in de school where I janitors. De only comfort I sees is dat a lot o' chLllun ain't studyin' enough to learn anything to hm't "em." CARD OF THANKS Hospital facilities were taxed to~l --- the limit at Duluth when three sets; / "~take these means of express- of twins, each requiring incubatorI ing o~-,sineere thanks and appre- treatment, aH arrived the same day. elation to all those who assisted us during the illne~s and death of our beloved daughte~- and sister, Edith. We especiatly wish to thank the pallbearers. Rev. Olmon for his kind and comforting words, the quartet for the song rendered, and for all the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Ol~on and family. --Advertisement. p Try a Want After d~cing gusoEne, the small son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dahleen ~t Gra~te Falls was rushed to the ,hospital where his stomach was pumped; no ill effects resulted. At Rushmore a fighter grabbed a fire but on his way to the fire ting~isher popped off, fireman and giving him such that he crashed into a pole, ing car and himself. P. E. Waller, Pharmacist and Manager ALBERT G. 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