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PAGE FOUR Mrs• A. F. Dysterheft and Miss Joanne Isenberg of Gaytord were : Tuesday callers at the Albert Volinkaty home. : Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schrieber : were entertained at the Russell Hawk home at Zumbrota Sunday in honor of I~ren Hawk's seventh birthday. NOTICE TO LADY GOLFERS TuesKay, July 5, ladies golfing ~ill start at 3:30 p. m. Supper will be served at 6:30. Please call 379 for reservations by Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mahnke and Melvin drove to Edgar, Wisconsin, Sunday and attended the silver w~ddlng of Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Kolberg, and the 25th anniversary of Rev. Kolberg's ordination. Axel Anderson of East Chicago, Indiana is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz. He arrived Sunday to spend his vaca- tion with relatives and friends 'here and~ with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Day and family of Minneapolis. Fay Elaine, was the name given to the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Si.4~ey Horberg Sunday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lickfett o~ Minneapolis called at the Albert Volinkaty home Saturday. Mrs. Donald Moerke, Ileth ant Bobby spent last week at th~ Ralph FMwards home at Anoka. Dr. and Mrs. Peter Westby of Madison visited with G. A. Hinter- berg at the Gaylord Community Hospital last week end. Mrs. Herman Solomonson and Mrs. Clayton Larson of Wabasha visited at the A. L. Olson home Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Ellig mid family of Arlington spent Friday evening at the home of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ellig. Mrs. Orlando Colburn and son Jerry returned to their home in Minneapolis Monday after visiting with the farmer's father, R. W. Bulau since last Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Hinterberg and family of Minneapolis visited his father G. A. Hinterberg at the Gaylord Community Hospital Sun- day and at the Paul Westby home. Mr. Hinterberg is much improved at this writing. Hjahner Anderson, 65, of Cokato, father of Mrs. Duane "Wilson of Gaylord, lost his life in a tractor accident on Wednesday, June 15, as mentioned briefly in last week's inK, June 26 at the Bernadotte Hub. Funeral services were held at Lutheran Church by Pastor Stan-lCokato on Sunday. Survivors are ) Icy Swanson. Sponsors were the i Mrs. Anderson and six children, little girl's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Peterson of Gaylord and Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Hemm of Nitro, West Virginia. A picnic dinner was served at the Holberg home, Guests were Mrs. Ruth Holberg of Winthrop, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erickson, Mavis and Donna of Ruthton, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Peterson, Charlotte, Kathleen, Dean and Kristi of Gaylord, and Mrs. Duane Wilson of Gaylord, Mrs. Kenneth Redman, Los Ange- les; Mrs. Carl Palmquist, Minne- apolis; Marshall Anderson of Co- kato and Weylarucl and Ronald at home. The accident happened about noon. The tractor started forward as Mr. Anderson cranked it, but he managed to get out of the way. He then ran around to the side of the tractor to try to stop it, and in Mrs. Leslie Peterson, LeAnn and some manner got caught and was Gene of St. Peter. Afternoon lthrown to the ground. One of the guel~ were Mr. and Mrs. Herb I wheels passed over his lower abdo- Ft,_her, Jim, Mark and Judy and I men and pelvis. He died about four Mrs. Adam Fischer of Mankato. ] hours later.--Gaylord Hub. /• THE MODERN WAY TO BE TRADITIONALLY CORRECT / Heliograving* looks like hand engraving •.. Feels like hand engraving.., but costs about hall as much • • • and if s reaJy u,i#hi~ the ,~eek. Heliograving* -- an exclusive new process -- eliminates the copper plate that makes hand engraving so costly --- and time consuming. Select from 45 flawlessly correct papers . . • 17 distinctive type styles. Matching announce- fments~ enclosure cards, at home cards, etc. Come in and see our complete catalog. ~', Winthrop News * TRADE MARK y'@ • • "lJ,,, ,, L,,, ,, ,, l \ \ It's ICE CREAM that ~E~NTHROPN~ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wick and Arden of Shakopee were Sunday vi~tiors at the Emil Buntrock home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Voss of Sidney, Montana were Sunday afternoon visitorsat the Win. Thenenmnn home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Parkas and family of Hopkins were visitors at the Wm. Thenemann home last Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ruth Sletten returned to her home at Northfield Sumiay evening after spending a week at the Philip Sletten home. The business meeting of the WSCS of the Methodist Church will be held Wednesday afternoon, July 13 at the Harold Totman home. Mrs. Della Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gustafson and fam- ily attended Svenskarnas Day at Minnehaha P a r k, Minneapolis, Sunday. Miss Caz~olyn Swenson, R. N. returned to Rochester Wednesday morning after a few days stay at the home of her mother, Mrs. Alice Swenson. WINTHROP, SIBLE~i" Mr. az~d Mrs. Robert Hass were~ guests at the Ted Groehler home at Hutchinson Sunday and 5Ion- day. Mrs. Robert Hass attended the V.F.W. Auxiliary convention at 31ankato from Thursday to Satur- ',day. She retm'ned home with her nephew, Marvin Groehler and fam- ily, who were enroute to Hutchin- son to spend the week end at the Ted Groehler home. Want To Prospect For Uranium? Here Are The Rules: Conditions for prospecting and mining uranimn and other such ores on Minnesota state- owned lands were issued today by the De- partment of Conservation. Applications for each propsect- mg permit will cost $25 and a $50 pel~ormance bond, and will be considered in order of receipt in the office of the conservation cam- missioner. Each •applicant must fm:nish proof of citizenship, give the exact legal description of the; state-o~med land and not morei than 10 permits will be issued to' Mr. and Mrs. Wihner Roepke the same permit holder for not and children of Shakopee spent over approximately 40 acres. I Saturday at the home of the lat- Applications for prospecting on l ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Atbert lany state land except certain lands Volinkaty in eight northern counties can be • [made• State lands within the The Bergren family reunion was I boundaries of three l~ad]ess areas, ! held at the Bernadotte Church!Caribe~ in Cook County, Superior~ park Sunday with a large number i in Cook, Lake, and St. Louis Coun- i of relatives attending from "a dis-tties and Little Indian Sioux in St. tance and from nearby points.;Louis County are not open to !prospecting until future notice, i Victor Nelson, Hm~)ld Hoppe, iThis restriction is similar to thei Orville Saxton and Charles Ander- U. S. Forest Se~wice policy for son who l{ave been home bn fur-I federal lands in the same area. 1 laugh will report to Ft. Benjamin! Cez~ain other state lands in Harrison, near Indianapolis, In- Lake, St. Louis, Itasca, Cass, Ait- d~ana on July 1. kin, Crow Wing and Moz~rison Counties which have known or MINNESOTA HEAVY TOY TRUCK Van type, heavy steet construction -- Hardware Hank Store Truck. Rear opening doors, heavy rub- her wheels. Fine enameled finish. 4.95 II LqqAMEL ROASTER THURSDAY, Deep oval model gives plenty of room for roast- ing. Durable enamel fin- Ish on heavy gauge steel. PAIml~ 59¢ and up OO4~fSH4MTr 114T MIITICO HARI~IfARE OTmTRIOIMTI~4i Mrs. Victor Hagg and grand- nearby deposits of copper-nickel ELECTRIC daughters Joanne and Janet Mu- i and iron bearing ores are closed to chow spent Saturday in Minneapo- i uranium prospecting for the pres- K K Its "at the Donald Hagg home. lent itme, but may be opened at a Sheila Hagg returned home with!later date. them after spending the past week} The permittee may apply for a in Winthrop. !25 year lease at any time during i the life of the permit, which is Thirty-five relatives and friends!one year. Terms of the lease will ' " " i be $3 annual rental for three years had a seven o clock p~cmc supper at the Winthrop City Park Tues- and $25 per acre for the remainder day evening. The honored guests of the lease. Self-starting action• sau- were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Berg of IGaylord who were observing their tenth wedding anniversary. Thursday evening visitors at the i home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ellig were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Henke, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henke yard !daughters of Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Willard l~rauendienst and children of Gaylord, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ellig and Win. Riebe of !here. Mr. and MPs. Donald Gustafson entertained at supper Friday eve- ning for Mrs. Della Nelson, Mr. Made of tough dose-woven fiber, self-ventilating• Baked enamel finish won't chip or peel. Full length pyralin tops. High in quality, low in price! Discount on all hampers and Mrs. Virgil Nelson and fanfily and Kay Voerz of hez~e, Vincent Nelson and Miss Donna Brunz of Mankato and Pvt. Victor Nelson who is home on furlough from Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri. Marjorie Barfknecht, Glencoe High School junior, is among 400 Minnesota girls who are attending Girls' State in St. Paul this week. Miss Barfknecht is the daughter of Mr. aruc~ Mrs. William Bar-f- knecht of New Auburn. Her trip to Girls' State is sponsored by the Glencoe Legion Auxiliary. -- New I Ulm Daily Journal. Walter Otto who is employed as a mechanic with the Rivers Imple- ment Co. at New Auburn was the i victin~ of a painful accident on Monday of last week. Mr. Otto was repairing a bearing in a trot- !tar engine an~ had turned the en- i gine back against the when Lt back-fired, catching his thumb and smashing it very badly, i His hand was caught securely and it was necessary for John Rivers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rivers, i a crowbar to loosen the sion and free Mr. Otto.--Gaylord Hub. Mr. and Mrs. William Braun re- turnbd home late Monday night via plane from a three weeks stay at the home of their son-in-law I ' BATHROOM SCALE Chrome plated scale with marbleized r u b b e r plat- form. Magnifying dial that's easy ta read from any eye level. 5.95 AUTOMATIC DEEP FR'flll For Cooking, Frying, Blanching! Built-in adjust- able heat control with pi- lot light. 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