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/ , JUNE 30, 1955 THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, SIBLEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA PAGE 8gV , I Miss Mary McNabb from St. [ Reynold Maimer and Miss Mar- Warning! Paul was a week end guest of Miss [iel Hoard of Minneapolis were Luella Olson. Iweekend visitors at the t3 E. Mal- l c -MI liner home We have placed "SLOW" signs Mr. and Mrs. Paul H)lt of . 'n-| ..... at all dangerous crossings and ineaoolis were week end guests aLl Mr. and .ms. Lvle r~smussen Notice for Letting fa~ places where the roads run It Sletten spent Satur-!the I'hflq) Sletten home. land family pmmcked Sunday eve- Contract for Ditch thru or adjacent to farm build- ~l .... ~.~ O~v Anton{ , . ]ning at the home of the faLters', ~[zr ~ lags. These signs must be obeyed L ~ a~ --c l~, . . Barbara Gorr of St Paul is! ............ WOrK a~ ,~.- .. ~ ., . " I paren[s, .%lr. anct Alrb. %~131. 2k. , unxm. Ispendmg a week with her grand-lMiller of Gibtx, n in observance of! r~.'.l~ ~,l .... la ,,~b.~u-~ ~! and observed or offending parties ~ ~ ........................ will be prosecuted. and Mrs. B. E. Malmer I parents, .Ir. ar~ .Irs. Alex Gorr. Itheir daughter,Suzanne's third! ]ul~ 7 1955 " By order of Town Board let and supper guests at Mrs. Robert Black and MisslblrthdaY. Bismarck Township, , ~I;M;::: ~uln~aC. W. ~!/th,~}s?lkeNo.f G~bsobO: ~;::dat~y/ Sunday dinner guests at the ] Notice is hereby given, that 34tf Ben Stresemann, Jr., Clerk az I M ..... " - - ! aftern'oon .... ~ Harvey Messner home at Lafayette ]scaled bids will be received by the , --rs. zvl. ~. ~ronum oz: [were Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Hagg, ICounty Auditors of Nicollet and ,Illinois and Mrs. Ralph! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Annis and]Mrs. Chester Butau, Mr. and Mrs. tSibley Counties, Minnesota at the anoka called at the Harry l daughter, Lorine of Redwood Falls ~ Melvin Messner and Valleen and]court House in St. Peter up until Notice To Dealers ~ae Thursday afternoon. I were callers at the Win. Martin ] Mr. and Mrs. Donald WiLt of here,[ i0 o'clock A. M., July 7, 1955, for ' LUedtko ~,a ~m, ,f]home Monday afternoon. ]Miss Virgine Hagg of Minneapo-]the construction of Judicial Ditch Bids Close July llth. 1955 e a~d ............~ "" Ills and Miss Shirley Messner of * " IH ............ * ] . ~ ] No 12 of Nlcollet and S1bley Coun- ~. r x~ .~e~o, v~ " 5 li arm " . Mr. and Mrs. Louis .Ie us lbbe . - . . NOTICE TO DEALERS AND ~ited with Mr and Mrs. [ ,.~-:~. ~ ~-- ~.1~ ~axton and ] G n ]t~es pursuant to the order of Dis MANUFACTURERS--- sealed bids Luedtke of Fairfax Sund~" I . - I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schrem .r I tact Court n file th re n. I children were Sunday afternoon " c rd will be receive~ at the Office of the i ............ [and sons and Mrs. Frank Schrel-[ Sold work shall be d~ne ac o - vm~tors at the t~arl ~nu nome ox ...... County Auditor of Sibley County, I .... !ner spent Sunday m Mmneapohsllng to the plans and spetnficatmns k ~ I.~tDDon. I .... Win. Peterson returned/ ~wmtmg w~th Mr. and Mrs. Alton]on file and contemplates the con- Gaylord, Minnesota until 2:00 ~lay from an extended visitl Everett Bonstrom of Cokato and lAhlstrom and family and with]struction of the following items: o'clock P. M. Monday, July llth. son-in-law and daughter, I Mrs. Clair Einer and daughter, I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meichels and] 11,500 lineal feet of open ditch 1955 for the furnishing of said Mrs. F. S.Anderson of lGail of Lamberton called at the I family. Dennis Swenson accom-t construction, of foot bottom re- County with the following: Illinois. ,.home of Mrs. Ida Olson Saturday lpanied them to Minneapolis after[ quiring excavation of 69,741 One (1) new tractor, b.~ving [afternoon. [spending a week with his grand-/cubic yards of dirt and including minimum road speed of 18 miles Mrs. Henry Schauer ]mother, Mrs. F. Schreiner. ] bank leveling, tree and bmash, per hour, equipped with 6:00x16 ~lay in Minneapolis at Mr. and Mrs. C. Win. Petsrsenl ........... I removal and filling of old ditch!tires in front and no less than of their son-in-law andlof Minneapolis are the parents oil ~vou~ ~v remuves and ~menas| and furnishin~r- installing andl10:00x24 tires in rear, head lights, r~r, Mr. and Mrs John Gale la baby girl bern Saturday, Jane]gathered at the Edwin Holberg] ~o~mHn~, ~" [rear lights and starter; also there they observed their 25 Wt 61b 5oz Mrs Petersen]home last Saturday evening in] '1~;'f'e~of12 ' --'n tile]equipped with Highway mower, [. " .... . It) U e ' 02~tl tW, Janell's birthdav anni-,m the former Joyce Albrecht. [hnr f Mr" and Mrs'The'Wlck-I 200 feet ell0" drain tile ]having 5 foot cutting bar, continu- ~. " I strum on their 25th wedding anni-I - ~ ....... l ous hydraulic power, sickle carrier Ray Rasmussen, eleven year old l .... / ~. s~anaaru surface ~me~s 1 versary. A snor~ program was ~ .......... ~ and five extra sickles, canvass ~d ...... I son of Mr and Mrs Lyle Rasmus- ~ .............. l i corrugateo meta~ ou~le~ cutver~ I ~_ mrs. Rinenara t~rueger cornea ou~ w~tn ~virs. v. w. mun-_ .............. l wind cab and umbrella. Tractor ~on l sen won an Indian headdress by 4~ ree~ o~ ,~ ~. ~. cutverus were pleasantly sur- [ I sell as toastmistress. The house I ............ ] to also be equipped with hydraulic , Wedn-oa ...... "-- ~. _^ ~ naming the Easter Bunny in the [ ~ ....... o-~riatel,- decorated with [ 4z ~ee~ ox ~4 ~. ~9. cmveru~[ front end loader having bucket ~ ~.~ ev~,,~, ~,,~ ! Howdv-Doodv contest on T-V over [ ~o ,,vf- '~ ~ ....... [ All at an estimated cost of [ "~ relatives an(/ ~rienas in-- - . i seasonm nowers ar~ ~ne tame I .......2 | with minimum capacity of % cubic of thei~ ~-~---~ ...... [Channel 5 He sent in the name l, -" s we ilver candies a d~t'~a~'~ " ~otn weuumg anm- , ,," I aecoracmn re s n I .......... - I yards. ISolor ~ms are mv~ea ~or rne worz as The reception was held' " [a silver decorated cake made by[ " b [ Bids will also be accepted for Winthrop Creamery Hall Sunday guests at the Edwin~Mrs Art Soderlund" and Mrs. lne.~" , . , _ [the sale of one 1947 Model Inter- " " . mus are also requesr, e~ separave- Ross home were: Mr. and Mrs. !Clarence Edlund. Mrs. W~ckstroml ........... . . . . !national Tractor Highway Mower. ..... ~, . . I .. .~. -- ~ ty for tne Inst~ttla~lon omy, inelun- | __ :,iaUmce Amunason, ana|was presen~ea w]rn a corsage an~i .... l['- .......... wn-hi-}or the trade-in on the above ad- w u nniere ling oaeKn mg OU O~ o'~ to ~ p .. Teddy of Starbuck, Mr. and Mrs. IMr. Wickstrom ith a be to .... [vertised unit. ~ ~ ~ ~ Arnold Fluegge and family of tAt the close of the program they roaa cuve.~. . __ .--I Each bid shall be made with all I m I i ~ . -r ..... I ..... l r=acn oi~ mus~ ~e aecompame~l ~ ~ V New t~m, mr. anu ~rs. uarvey !were presented w~tn a casn purse. I; ........... ~ Federal Taxes deducted, County . [ . . oy a cer~meo cnecK payao~e to the' I ~ I ~ ]~ Stolt and Mar]one, Garfield Ross, A dehcmus lunch was served by[ ............ twill sign Exemption Certificate. ~ ~ L ~ ......... I .... M ...... I~oun~y ~um~ors xor nor, less ~;nan ~ ~ and ~rvm uus~arsen or nere. i rne hostesses: ,trs. r~a. ~otoerg, ...... o " " -h ~ Each bid must be accon2panied , ............ ~u percenr, o~ r,ne am unr, ot t e lby a certified check made payable --- . ~ .~lrs. ~:1. fflar~ln, 31rs. lkarl DUOOIZ, ! ............. _ IHEATRE Thu hy afternoon Mrs. W m. ] Mrs Tohn A Ericson Mrs Clar- I b]~L t~maers vonu wm no~ De ] to the County Treasurer in the P~tuhrTd g:r~ n ' [l::~L Edlund, and Mrs: Art Soder- ac Ilamunt of not less than 5% of the It's C~i Inside her, Mrs. R. Henke, Mrs. Louis l required to furnish a Surety Bond] The right is, hereby reserved to ........ b l~u Sund~- .M-';---~ Hinz, Arlene Riebe, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becke-ac- as reqmred y law. ]reject any or all bids and to waive ~- o~--~ ~'~'"~ -,, Majeski, and Even, Mrs Win. companied by Mr. and Mrs. Rich- The right is reserved to reject[ -'~ ~nows 7".1~ - s.'lm. Lickfett, Mrs. Harold Schuette, ard Ellig spent ten days touring any and all bids and to waive any lany defects " TItI~ ~ ..... Mrs. Wilmer Ri~be and daughters the Mid-west. At Aberdeen, South technical defects as the best inter-[ W.C. Oldenburg ~,,--~ .... ,-~l.-~Ar. of here and Mrs. Ed. ~ of Dakota, they called at the home of est of the County may require. ] Sibley County, Minnesota. 1~i~ 30 - JULY 1-2 Aberdeen, South Dakota" helped Mr. Ellig's brother, Herbert Ellig Further information and bidding 1 37-39 County Auditor Feature Program Mrs. Julius Ellig celebrate her and family and also at the Hams blanks may be obtained at theI ~ ~ NO birthday. A delicious lunch was Frietag home at Scranton, N. D. office of the County Auditor of St. ] " ~'rl~~, ~" -ffi ~'~ " served during the afternoon. Peter, Minnesota or from A. J. i zan s rnaaen , Bradshaw, Engineer, in Le Center, County .Board L ~ The Cornish Township Bdtter Minnesota m. Ung e Cake Contest will be held at the ... , ; ...... Proceedings th Gordon Scott .............. tr~r~-*a: ~une ~, .t~oo. "~' ~ormsn xown ~aal r~oay, ~my Harold Overn (Continued from page 6) No. 2 1st at 8 P. M. The contest is open and Gretel" feature musical. Fan- Color by Techni. aa ~ JULY 3.4-5 ,e ohnny Dark" Curtis, Piper Laurie Color by Technicolor llRernational car racing pic- -- July 10-II-12 Pa Kettle at Waikiki to all rural women and girls over 16 and is sponsored by the Farm Bureau. Rules are as follows: Cake must be a plain, ~butter cake using whole egg, butter and whole milk. It should be a loaf cake without icing. Recipe must accom-I pany cake. Cake will be baked at] home. Township winner wilt corn-i pete in county contest. Prizes will be given. If there are any ques- tions please contact Mrs. Arden DeBoer. Ill FURNACE NEED CHECKING? Call HEUER'S ,,. ,, , i t~ ~ k rIFE UlOg POST 0tuBr$ F~ J99~R . B~ F~;~ CAPE COD "FROLIC" JUG toil $2.10 NOW ONLY 129 New, Large Assortment of Beautiful Ear Rings al Park in northern Colorado. They called at the M. E. Ayers home at Sterling, Colora~. Mrs. Ayers is a cousin of Mrs. Ellig and Mrs. Becke. They arrived home Thurs- day after a very enjoyable trip. Cornish Huskers 4-H Meeting The Cornish Huskers monthly meeting was held May 19th at the Cornish town hall. The meeting was called to order in the usual manner--the flag pledge and 4-H pledge were said. Roll call was !answered by a Dairy Product. La- Vonne Kyrkund was chosen to represent our 4-H club at the Dairy Day in Winthrop. Diane DeBoer was chosen to go to the 7- County 4-H camp and Betty Holm- quist was chosen to go to the State 4-H camp. Kay Carlson and Ken- neth Eckstrand gave oral project demonstrations on Dairy and Beef. Beth Russell also read a poem. Lunch was served by Mrs. DeBoer and Mrs~ Sjogren.--Reporter, Mary Ellen Nielsen. ~7-38 County Auditor Nicollet County, Minnesota W. C. Oldenlmrg, County Auditor Sibley County, Minnesota. Call For Bids The Board of Education of Jt. Ind. Cons. School Dist. 82 Sibley and McLeod Counties, will open bids in the office of the Superin- tendent of Schools on Monday evening, July llth, 1955 at 8 P. M. on the following proposal: For the sale to the school district of 15,000 gallons more or less of regular grade gasoline. This gamoline is to be delivered to the tank owned by the school district at the School garage in lots of 500 gallons each. The period of delivery will be from July 1, 1955 to June 30, 1956 inclusive. Detailed specifica- tions for this bid may be obtained from the office of the Supt. of Schools. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Sylvester Reese, Clerk. 36-39 Call For Bids Bids will be received by the Sibley County Agricultural Associ- ation on the purchase of one (1) 2-door automobile ,to be equipped with directional lights and license $1.O0 plates. No extras. Plus Tax GAYLORD These bids are restricted to dealers within Sibley County, Show Time 7:15 and 9:15 Minnesota. Bids must be in not later than July 6, 1955. The as- VACATION NEEDS THUR.-FRLLSJkT. sociation reserves the right to re- JUNE 30 - JULY I - 2 l ject any or all bid& The car will Tan Lotion Swim Caps "Vlf ! _W NIT [be given away at the 1955 Sibley | ....... ] County Fair. t Aid Kits ..................... $2.25 to $2.75 SATURDAY" [ Mail to F,d. c Doerr, secretary --- AH kinds In Cinemascope. Color by Deluxe. [ ~,, ..... eh Bags ...................................... $2.19 ~tamng .............. v~~r Mature, l~ar. 1 ~imey:_,~___~;ounr,y,: ..... Agriculgura, Assn. r~gan, ~r~pnen ~c~alay Balls .................................... $1.98 " " 1 Sibley Co. Agricultural Assn. . i Balls ...... : ......................... 70c to $1.10 Extra "Fal lous Las Vegas" andI Ed. C. Doerr, Secretary. comedy, t Repellents Women buy four out of every We have the latest Tri-X and Ektach- ~:~LI~ D'~k/~L~ID~I" Ifive neckties sold ~ring the year, film m stock. ~ al:, ~.,#,:~g~ just about all of those sold around In CinemaSope. Color by Delu~e. IiChristmas. Starring Kirk Douglas, Belial Darri, Gilbert F~tand, Cesar ROm- ero, l~ee J. Cobb, Katy Jurado. TABLE COVER--By tie roll or by the foot. 300 foot rolls, 40 in. Extra '~runa Clipper~, News and wide. Pure white. For banquets: Comedy. dinners, etc. Available at the Win- threp Oltee. Session of the County Board ................. :20 The next meeting of the County Board will be held on Monday July 11th. 1955. ! 2~here being no further business the Board upon motion made and carried adjourned sine-die. Grant Anteusen, Chairman of the Boar~L Attest: W. C. Oldenburg, County Auditor and ex-officio Clerk of the Board. (County Auditor's Seal) County Is Modified Brucellosis Free SiMey County has been declared a modified certified bruccelosis free area according to information re- ceived from the Minnesota Live- stock Sanitary Board. This desig- nation means that the percentage of brucellosis in cattle has been reduced to less than 5% infection in herds and less than 1% in the total cattle. In a letter to the Coun- ty Extension Office Dr. George E. Keller, veterinarian in charge of brucellosis control makes the rol- ler, lag statement. More than 95% of the herds and~ more than 99% of the cattle ia Sibley County are brucellosis free. The remaining infected herds are under quarantine. Agents of the Live Stock Sanitary Board will continue to couduct the necessary retests on the infected, suspect and ring reacting herds. Our agents will give all possible assist- once in eradicating the disease from the few remaining quarantin- ed herds. The owner of the infected herd has a great responsibility to give all possi'ble protection to the owners o$ the brucellosis 'free herds. It Pays To Advertise! w;th tomorrow Muller Climldrol Coil for free heating survey PLUMBING & HEATING Winthrop, Minn. Film On 7,000,009 pounds of rough . fish have been removed from Minne- Carp Removal sota's lakes and streams this year. , On T-V July 4 : Subscribe for The News. "Operation Caz'ptrap" the un- $3.00 Per Year in Minnesota. usual spectacle of an estimated ~ ~ , 8,000 pounds of trapped live carp -- " ~ . and other rough fish fighting, leap- ~ ing, twisting and trying desperate- / I~ 13" to escape ~s in store for TV / i.~ : viewers over Channel 11 at 8:30 l~_~L~ ~ P. M., July 4. /~ Stu Mann, panel moderator of - i the pupa ar Sportsmens Round ~ , Table show and one of his regular ,- -~ . - -. - i ~ panel members, Cliff Sakry, wit- -- " - -- - -" -- ! ," nessed this piscatorial drama while i ~ - ~ - - '' on a field trip last week. Near i~~ : Zimmerman, Minnesota state rough ~: fish removal crews under the su-: I MAJt~I~ 'DI=g~.III-AD~ | :' pervision of Ervin Beland, fre'l I ........... v....,,, I man, a fish trap was installed in' I ! the St. Francis River, outlet of I ~ 4 .- I RiceLake. I Impressed with the immense I I "" i concentration of trapped carp Mr. ll I . Tax I Mann succeeded in filming the en-I| i Incl. I tire operation with the assistance | ....... i ' of Miss Anne Feist, state super:I I ~ i ;! visdr of rough fish, Bureau ofli -| i: Fisheries. " I - , I in "Operation Carptrap" typical~i Aar ig' i state and contract rough fish re- I . ..- . I moval operations will be presented | uirect ervlce I to the TV audience. !i - - - i Department of Conservation of-II WINTHROP. MINN. I ficials estimate that more than I~ I/ ' R From where I sit... Joe Marsh : If You Can't Lick 'em-Join 'em daughter s family--and playing with children is like getting along Grandpop to two of the cutestwith grownups--it requires am kids you ever saw. While there I effort _to see things from the other picked up a couple of new ideas person s point of view. At any on child raising: age, there's no accounting for i If your child's learning to use tastes. Take my neighbor who a pen, provide an old fountain keeps a parakeet and drinks hot pen-filled with bluing. Lookscoffee in the summertime. That and writes like ink, but won't seems strange to me... a man stain clothe~ or furniture, who's partial to hound dogs and a cooling glass of beer. But I'd be gran-d'son:=h:"th~n~'h':;'= "eldldishn to nay it wu ~rmql. old------------'----"---"-for a bib-but isn t. A big ~ ~/).. e~vboy bandana works just aa ~ ~/~t~ well, and looks he-man to boot. ~ , ...... Copyrisht, 1955, Unised Stat~ Brewer~ Foumb~ Dazzling whiteness Unusual weadng quaiitles Guaranteed excellent resblts Saves do//an on every exter/or pa/nt/oh OR CHOOSE FROM NESE OTHER MON -SAYERS