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-10 Protein Bread. High low in calories -- and Saturday. Win- HOme Bakery. Adv. and Mrs. Conrad Am- of Atwater were Thurs- Overnight and Friday at the Mrs. Gust home. afternoon visitors Mrs. Gust Palmer Was Mrs. Clarence On- ~ck of Glencoe. ~kend guests at the of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Vere lV~r. and Mrs. David ~.1 and ~laughters of ~-OEAT SPECIAL: Jewish 1 ~ Friday and Satur- Winthrop Home Bakery. Adv. BAND CONDUCTING SPOON-ERNST ANNUAL SUBSC. SALE Miss Beverly Ernst, Win- In the month of October throp, fiancee of Kenneth the members of the Winthrop Spoon were honored at num- High School Band will carry erous parcel showers, Sun- on the annual magazine sales campaign. The students will contact the homes of the community to take new or renew subscriptions for mag- azines. There is no change in the co t o5 any subscription; special offers made by the companies are honored. The band receives a part of the cost of each subscription, the money received is used to purchase the uniforms worn in summer parades. If renewal notices are re- ceived the band members will appreciate the chance to pro- cess them as a part of t~e Campaign. More information will beI given through The WinthropI News at the time the cam-I paigns are to be carried on. ::~'~::~:::::~:::: :::~::::~:::::::::,::~:::-:~:::::::~: :~:~:~: :::::::::::::::::~::::::::::~::::~::: ~: ::::::::,:::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::~ ~ :::: ~::::: ::::::::::::2 ::::~:::::::~ :::: ~:::~::~: ~:::::~::: :~ Ph. 647-5422 premiums for careless drivers I 8 out of 10 motorists qualify for our low renewal rate auto policy that saves you money fromthe START! Winthrop, Minn. THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, SIBLI~Y COUNTY, MINNESOTA SERVICEABLE ITEMS I NEEDED AT STATE HOSPITAL day, August 23, the bride-to- be was showered with gifts when sixteen classmates and friends attended the party held at the Victor Froehlich home at Winthrop. Beverly's attendants were hostesses and were: Janice Froehlich, Kathy Kruggel, Winthrop and Cheryl Hardel, Gaylord. The following Sunday, Aug. 30, Mrs. LeRoy Ernst, Winthrop, Mrs. Earnest Evenson, Gib- bon; Mrs. Alice Freyholtz, Hector; Mrs. Arly Buboltz, Fairfax; and Miss Marion Schufinberg, Mankato were hostesses when relatives, neighbors and friends from Courtland, New Uim, Fairfax, Franklin, Gibbon, Gaylord', Mankato and Winthrop were assembled at the Creamery Hall in Winthrop. Beverly was the recipient of many lovely gift~. Friday evening, Sept. 4, Beverly and her fiance Kenneth Spoon were honored at a miscellaneous simwcr held at the Russell Spoon home at rural Court- land. Hostesses were: Mrs. Gerald Stolt, lV~rs. Richard Spoon, Mrs. A. W. Swanson and Mrs. Victor Froehlich. Guests were from Courtland, St. Paul, St. Peter, Win-. throp, Gaylord and Man- Lace. Miss Beverly Ernst, daughter of M~. and Mrs. Merrill Ernst of Winthrop and Kenneth Spoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Spoon of Courtiand will be maxrie'd Saturday, Sept. 26 a the St. John's Lutheran church, Bismarck township, rural Winthrop at 2 p. m. The Winthrop VFW Auxil- iary will forward any of the items in the following list you wish to send to the pat- ients at the St. Peter State Hospital. Please leave same at O]son's Red & White store. Yard goods, rick-rack, Bias tape, zippers, upholstery ma- terial, jewelry, wearing ap- parel of all kinds; cotton, yarn, leather; sheets, lotion, shampoo, kleodorant, bath powder, nail polish; hair cur]er~, dictionaries, swim- ruing suits, cash, any amount for dentures and glasses; typewriters, golf clubs, col- ored glass of roll kinds; elec- trical appliances such as toasters, radios, irons, raz- ors, vacuum cleaners, pop- corn; monopoly and scrabble sets; number paint sets; can- dy, cookies; unifoxms for patients. If the patient can make a saleable item from a dona- tion, he or she may keep the proceeds. 500 have no cash. For Minnesota Security Hospital; Synthetic fur for making toy animals; 'kits to assemble cars, ships, and planes; number pain~ sets; magazine subscriptions; new books; cigarettes and tobac- co; after-shave lotion; hand lotion; candy bars and cook- i~.; musical instruments. Hog, are more sensitive to heat than any ocher farm animal, but shade arrange- ments don't have to be elab- orate to keep them gaining, reports North Dakota State University College of Agri- culture. irJ GARBAGE PROBLEMS? Call FIEUE~ Winthrop 647-5563 What does Dodge do after two record-breaking years in a row? Go for a third. Dodge comes on big for "65, with four brand-new cars that are big, quick, fresh and backed by the strongest warranty* in the business. See them. P mm~ CHRYSLER m1~l 0mlmumm "65 POLARA: Beautiful way to leave the Iow-pric fild. Inches bigger and a lot better-looking than anything near the price. With a standard 383 cu. in. V8 that thrives on regular gas. Why settle for less ? Ask for Polara. %~ ,- ......................... :: :C?: ::%:::: "65 CUSTOM 880: If lganc were splld in numbers, this would be it. From exclusive 6-window sedan to elegant convertible, this one will wear well with your appreciation of luxury and your sense of good taste. PHONE 647-5342 l,&l NORTII MAIN ST. WINTHROP, MINNESOTA PAGE FIVE GOL~ENTREAT 1-LB. PKG. COLUMBIA 1-LB. PKG. SPANISH- Stuffed 10-oz. Jar I~IORRELL'S PRIDE SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT 39c Ib FAIRWAY Twin Pack Box 29c MORRELL'S PRIDE SNACK Luncheon Meat 12-oz. Tin 3 for 1.00 SHASTA 46-oz. Cans Orange-Grape, Pineapple Orange, Pineapple Grapefruit HEINZ 14-oz. Bottles for 1.00 MIRACLE WHIP Qt. Jar 45c BILER RABBIT Waffle Syrup Qt. Bottle MY-T-FINE -- Asst. Flavors Pkg. TWO NEW CAMPBELL'S SOUPS Noodles & Ground Beef No. 1 Caxt 6 for 1.00 OLD FASHIONED No. 1 Can Vegetable 7 for 1.00 NA|~ISCO SALTINE 2-Lb. Box CRACKERS 49c NEGRO HEAD 8-oz. Cam OYSTERS 2 for 69c 5IcINTOSH APPLES bu. box 99c 4 lb bag 49c with its wedge crepe sole. Tan or black upper leather. A shoe to make foot discomfort a thing of the past -- easing every step 1952 Boys' Shoes =2" For Any Age and up Latest in A 2.98 and up RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY | WATCH "THE BOB HOPE SHOW," NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTING.