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i i ii i ii .Mr,.Augusta Lawrence returned ruesday after spending the week as ~he guest of Mrs. J#n Olson at Hop- ~ins, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Meyer and Ion, Cl~arles Jon, were Sunday eve- ring dinner guests at the Henry Janke ~ome at Brownton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roepke of [3oyd spent last Wednesday and thursday at the Mrs. Hermina Roepke md O. S. Lofthus homes. Thanksgiving Day and week end :isitors at the A.H. Albrecht home ~ere Raymond Albrecht, student at l 3ustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, ] znd Mr. and Mrs. Morrell Anderson of 3ibbom Philip Sautier of Minneapolis visi- ted from Thursday until Sunday with ds wife~and son, Charlie, at the Dr. Roll Horde home. He had spent the aast week on a business trip to Kan- uas City, Missouri. YOU WILL FIND dainty handmade lprons and handpainted plaques for ler Christmas, here for sale. Also me our nice selection of hats. Palma's I~illinery & Gift Shop. --Advertisement. Mines. Alfred Lind, Leslie Martin i iii ii i i ..... Mr. and Mrs~ Wm. Witt visited Sunday evening at the Ollie Grune- waldt home at New Auburn. ReD. and Mrs. Gordon Fanberg are the parents of a baby boy, born Fri- day, November 23, at the Union Hos- pital. Mrs. George Bakke of Minneapolis arrived Monday to spend the week at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. Aug. Swanson. Gladys Groehler of Gaylord visited from Thursday until Monday at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, MINNESOTA Gilbert Otto at Glencoe. GIVE A SUBSCRIPTION TO "The Winthrop News" :for Christmas--the gift that lasts 52 weeks of the year. 6-8 --Advertisement. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Lind of Chicago, Illinois visited the latter part of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lind. The former is a son of Mr. !guests at the home of the former's !son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Schroeppel. Mrs. W. C. Spaude. !C. E. Lind. Visitors Friday at the Lambert Os-I Mrs. J. A. Swenson and son. Glen, berg home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank!of Buffalo were Thanksgiving Day Brown of St. Paul and Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Stahler of Lamberton. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Fanberg of Kerkhoven visited Thanksgiving Day i at the home of their son, ReD. Gordon Fanberg and family. Mrs. Fanberg remained here until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson and son. Raymond, and daughter, Mrs. J. Z. w Cavanaugh and Selma and Emil Olson on Thanksgiving Day. ~home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Peter Gareis. Mrs. C. C. Johnson returned last Tuesday evening from Minneapolis where she had spent several days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hand. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, December 4, at the home of Mrs. Helmer Lind. Members are asked to meet at Ostrom's Variety Store for transportation. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wessel, son John and foster daughter Susanne Thomas of Marshall, and Mrs. A. F. Hass were supper guests at the H. C. Stresemann home Sunday evening. The Women's Missionary Society of the First Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday evening, December 4, at 8:00 p.m. This will also be the Society's annual meeting. Hostesses are Mrs. Jens Swenson and Airs. Ida Nord. YOUR HEALTH is best regained and maintained through Osteopathic Methods X-Ray and Physio-therapy Mrs. Walter Jaus spent from Tues- day until Sunday at the home of her son-iI~-law and daughter. Mr. and Mzs. S. H. Russell in Minneapolis. Mrs. i~aymond L. Johnson of Madi- son, Wisconsin arrived last Wednes- day to make a several weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger. Mrs. Hulda Anderson was the guest from Thursday until 'Sunday of Mrs. Florence E. Nelson in Minneapolis. On Saturday evening she attended the Marian Anderson concert at the Min- neapolis Auditorium. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Schuette and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Riebe were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen of Harvey, )scar E. Martin, Carl Erickson and North Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Fred ~obert Erickson of Winthrop motored !Schindler, Maufred, North Dakota; ~a St. Peter on Friday where they i and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hinz and Mrs. lelped Mrs. Ivan Lindgren celebrate John Sylvester. Mrs. Allen is an aunt ter birthday anniversary, of Mrs. Schuette. Mrs. Rae Radke of here and Cap- tain and Mrs. Ruben Langhans of New Ulm spent Monday in Minneapolis where they visited with Capt. Lang- hans' brother, Lawrence Langhans. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Wahlquist, Sr. and son, Harold, Jr. and daughter, Marian of Minneapolis and Lois Wahl- quist, student at Carleton College, Northfield were dinner guests Thanks- giving Day at the George Scheman home. The ladies of the M. E. Ladies Aid Dr. O. R. Purtzer Osteopathic Physician General Practice Rectal Disorders 708 First North St. Ne~ Ulm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1945 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McGonigle, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McGonigle and fam- ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Nel- son spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Msr. Fred McGonigle and family in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Teske and daughter, LaVonne, were at Truman Sunday where they attended the re- ception given in honor of Mrs. Teske's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Herr- lich's 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gutknecht entertained the following guests Thanksgixqng Day: Mr. and ~Mrs. Florenz Gutknecht, Transit; and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gutknecht and daugh- ters, Ruth and Mary, and Mrs. Clar- ence Stresemann and family. I This Is Reckless Driving A motorist is killed when the car which he is driving at more than 90 miles per hour without lights crashed into another vehicle. Is it not fortun- ate that other occupants of both cars escaped without injuries ? The four who escaped should be staunch advo- cates of safe driving for the rest of their lives,--Little Falls Transcript. Ors, Nelson and Robertson OPTOMETRISTS of Buffalo, Minnesota Will be in Glencoe each Friday for the examination of the eyes for glasses. Oflicas Over The Security State Bank Building GLENCOE, MINNESOTA NEW ULM Thur.-Fri.-Sat. Continuous Show Sat. from 2:00 P. M. DO IT! lUllill Betty GRABLE John PAY N E June HAVI , + --7 ..... ~ .... / -+_ ~t__ Midnight Show Sat. THEN THRU Sun.-Mon.-Tue.- Wed. .MATINEE SU.N-. 1:00 P. M. HI[ LOVED TWO and neighbors gave a surprise parcel Mr. and Mrs. Albert Volinkaty and shower last Wednesday at the Hild- daughter, Mierva and Mr and Mrs - .,._ z...-,,. ;,. z. ..... ~. xr;,, Lenhard Bauer and daughter of Win- cent Ha , a recent bride. Mrs. Ha t hrop were guests Sunday of Mr. and was thegeg'cipient of a number of loyalg ~virs. Alvin ~cnuette at the baptismal _:~._ of their infant daughter, Marvanna ~" Dorothy. Rev. ,Hartenberger of the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Luedtke of Mountville Lutheran Church officiated. Wood Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Sponsors were Mrs. Volinkaty, Mrs. Luedtke of Fairfax and Mrs. F. N. Roscoe Martin of Shakopee, and Nelson attended the wddding last Henry Ehrenberg and Loren Roepke Thursday of their nephew, William of Stewart. Other guests entertained Luedtke, of Glencoe to Aralia Dietel were: Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Sehuette and of Plato. Mr. and Mrs. August Kuphal, Gay- ~ . ~ ..... ..... " ~lr and Mrs. Alb Bengson an(~ tara; :zr. an(~ ~urs. r~rwm Enren~erg . " . " ., . and f~mq- ~n~ A ......~.,.~...,;..._... 1daughter, Dorm, and son.Amyms, ~t I ~f t U UI~Ut~U .UaILI.UItUUf~, I x " Glen~oe" Mr and Mr~ ~ .... w~....., and Arliss Kley were Sunday e ,emng -- " i', ...... visitors at tne ~lrs. u. !x. ~e~son ~erg ann zam 13 anu ,ur. ana virs. I~ren Roepke and za" m'lz y, Stewart ; home. Also a ,guest Sunday. evening' and ............ of Mrs. F N. Nelson was Mrs Robert v~r. anu ~vtrs. rmseoe mar~in ana .... "...,, ~laCK OI ~lDDOn family, Shakopee. ' ' ....... Thanksgiving Day guests at the . _ home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Nelson " ~ ~ ~v ~ ~ I", were: Warner Nelson, Minneapolis; U M 1~ ~ l~ ~ Mrs. Thee. Ostrom and daughter, GOLDEN RULE BALLROOM Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ostrom, ~,-~ ~ ~, and Chester Wanstrom, New Sweden;~ ioslner, Wllnn, ,and Edwin Olson and Oscar Wanstrom. [ (King of the Cowboys) SUNDAY, DEC. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henry and tt DOWN GARNETT'S ACCORDION BAND daughters, Noreen and Doreen, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Theis i THE CANYON" SUNDAY, DEC. 9 and family at Mora. Noreen and ROHDE BROS. Doreen Henry, who had visited over --AND-- the Thanksgiving week end accom- ~MICHAEL O'SHEA Dancing Every Sunday Night and LLOYD NOLAN In This ballroom free for wedding dances -YCircumstantial Evidence" Also News Reel and Shorts COMING ATTRACTIONS "MY PAL WOLF" "SI~CE YOU WENT AWAY" ~L~ 'l' illl,l , ,, ii F 'ill=I ii I I I THEATRE GAYLORD FRI.-SAT. NOV. 30-DEC. 1 MERLE OBERON FRANCHOT TONE THOMAS MITCHELL' In Also "YANKS AHOY" /: SUN.-MON, DEC. 2-3 :Cornel Wilde Evelyn Keyes Phil Silvers In ~:: ~ Cartoon and News !i;i TUES. BOND SHOW "PRIN~SS O'ROURKE" ~D.-THUR. DEC. 5-6 See! George Sanders as the Romantic Lover with Murder in his heart in The Pmture Of Dorian Gray" Chair 2 "The Master Key" II I Ill I I II i , , ,,,, YOUR Ill I I II GIBBON BALLROOM Wednesday, November 28 panied them to Minneapolis on their return trip. CHIROPRACTIC, LIGHT and ' " __ Ill "STAGECOACH ELECTRIC TREATMENTS. Rheumatism, Backache, Neuritis, I i OUTLAWS" t~A.~ ailments' s~cessfuli.~ treated "111 MidniteShow Sat. Piles and Prostat: gland treated Ill THEN T~RU ~" painlessly and without operation, i I Sunday-Monday Mt$0N Hip, leg, knee and toot troubles Ill MATLNEE SUN. 1:00 P.M. is relieved quickly. I I I ........................... ~'.N'~?,". Ill "RADIO STARS WINTHROP, MINN. FRI,-SAT. NOV. 30-DEC. 1 Big Double Feature Program! New and Different Its ROY ROGERS Robert Osberg visited from Tues- day until Sunday of last week at the At His Best home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. In Lambert Osberg. Robert had been employed in Fairbanks, Alaska. He was enroute to Detroit, Michigan[Ig~S0NG OF NEVADA" where he is attending Mechanics' School of the Ford Motors Company. The Bernadotte Missionary Society will conduct the Thankoffering festi- with "Trigger" DALE EVANS MARY LEE --AND-- Your old favorites LAUREL & HARDY In "PARDON US" SUN.-MON. DEC. 2-3 Matinee Sunday 2:30 P. M. Dramd of a handful of heroes and the heroic Filipino people In val and prayer day service Sunday afternoon, December 2, at 3:00 p. m. at the church. There x~qll be a pro-: gram with ReD. O. T. Erickson as speaker. A social hour will follow and lunch will be served. Visitors are welcome. with \ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoagland en- tertained the following guests at dinner Thafiksgiving Day: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and son, Chester, of Atwater; Mr. and Mrs. August Lipetzke and daughter, Jeanne and Dr. and Mrs, A. R. Werring of Spring- field; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoag- land, St. Paul; and Mrs. Augusta Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Bauer had as their Thanksgiving Day dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Art Wetterlin and daughter, Beverly, Gaylord; Annie Polzin, New Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. Leonhard Bauer and daughter, Mar- cia, Dennis Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bauer and family, Mr.: and Mrs. John Trebelhorn and family and Harold Bauer. THANK YOU: I wish to express my appreciation to the people of Transit township who! acted as solicitors and those who gave their, support to the "war drives." in- cluding the 8 Bond drives, the U.S.O. campaigns, and the Red Cross solici- tations. For the many courtesies ex- tended me, as chairman, my sincere thanks. Eddie Gaulke, Transit township. --Advertisement. p I::veryJx~y enioys foods of quality. Why nee buy Red ,-WhiCe foods thor,, e .n beS:,'e you open pockage, you are sure wgl pie e. Prices, except perishables, effective through Wednesday, Dec. 5th COFFEE. Red & White ......... l-lb. Jar Fresh--Vacuum Packed 2-lb. Jar 63 FIGS .............................. No. 30-oz. can 39c R. & ~V. Fancy Whole---Packed in heavy syrup KERNEL CORN. Fancy Whole .. 20-oz. can 15c 3 20-oz. cans 43c TOMATO JUICE. R, & W ..................... 2 18-oz. cans 23c ORANGE JUICE, Florida Vitamin Full ,.. ..... 2 18-oz. cans 45c FARINA. R, & W. ................................ 5-1b Bag 31c OATMEAL. R. & W., Quick or Regular ............ 5-Ib Pkg. 32e POPPED WHEAT. R. & W ..................... 2 8-oz. Ce]|o 17c PEANUTS .............................................. Lb. Fresh Roasted No. I PEAS ........................ 2 No. 2 20-oz. cans Blue & White Early June BRILLO. Cleans Pots and Pans ...................... 2 Pkgs. 17c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS .................... Lb. Box 19c LYE. Red & White Full Strength ...................... 3 cans 25c KRUMBLES ..................... 2 9-oz. Pkgs. 21 Kellogg's FLOUR .................................... 50-1b. Sack R. & W. Fancy All-Purpose Vitamin Enriched FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GRAPEFRUIT. 96 size Texas Marsh Seedless .......... 5 for 23c APPLES. Washington Excellent Eating ................ 2 Lbs. 29c PASCAL CELERY .............................. Large Stalk 23 CABBAGE. Home Grown ................. : ............ Lb. 3V~c RUTABAGAS. Northern Grown ...................... 3 Lbs. 14c POTATOES. U.S. No. 1 Montana Russets ............ 10 Lbs. 39c Phone 146