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-x PAGE EIGHT THE WINTHROP NEWS. WINTHROP. MINNE::KYrA , ,,~ . i i u |. mm |,, i THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1945 r t ) From Your County Office War Price and Rationing l~oard No. 6472. Gaylord, Minnesota District OPA Director Carel C. Fred Wick returned to his home Thursday from the Glencoe hospital following treatment to his right hand v~cently cru.qhed in a corn picker acci- hen tripled, potatoes had gone up 6 dent. Fred is very appreciateful of Wash Light Bulbs Wash light bulbs and reflector globes with soap and water every week to insure maximum light. Long Stemmed Roses Cornell university's agriculture laboratory is growing roses with stems 20 inches or more in length. merit Club claimed the intensive in- terest of Mrs. Hopkins. She was its president for years, and very active in the civic improvements it sponsored. She was also a member of the Garden Club. an active organization some years ago. Mrs. Hopkins was a friend of everybody in the comnmnity, and Koch is continuing his fight to imve Ames; beans. 3. In the black market, the many friends who called on him at' was known affectionately as "StF.a" ceiling prices on citrus fruits re-)read was 25 times more. potatoes 9 the hospital, thus making time go a hy everyone, especially the children, instated to protect the public against and beans 4 times, little faster for him.--Stewart Tribune. whom she loved. In France, by spring, 1945, officially: . . Besides her husband and children, ~-read ~ meat 6 e -s 4 milk 3 i Noreen Gtadvs was the name given : .... there are two grandsons, two sisters, " ' ' ' ~ gg '~ ' o "'" '~'!the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i?,lrs. D. H. Turnstrand, of Minneapo- butter, 4; sugar, 6; potatoes, -. blaCK ' nlarket prices had gone up as follows: Lore n R~Psk: ;~u?,sbLPuttll~:lI :h:::h lis, Miss Edna Schramm, of St. Cloud; bread, 9; meat, 27; eggs, 17; butter, i~unaa~Y a. ' ~ .... lone brother, B. J. Schramm, of Min- 30; ~ugar, ..... ~o; V~'~'~,-^*~*^^~ v. ~ wire ~ev. ,~1..~,. ~cnutz m cnarge, neapolis; three aunts, Mrs. C. A. Fierke, of Sleepy Eye, Miss Augusta the spiraling prices resulting from the removal of OPA ceiling prices as of Monday, Nox ember 19. Although the suspension period runs for 56 days, OPA still has the authority to reinstate price control over these crops if markedly inflation- ary price advances should occur. Schramm, of Los Angeles, Mrs. E. A. Satisfied after completing an inten- In he Netherlands b s rin of the service the Roepkes entertained at SeU.--Fairfax Standard. sire check of the twin city area that t . ' Y P g " " " [ such a condition exists Dr. Koch in- 1945, i nthe black market, bread had.a family dlnner.--Stewart Tribune. 6 T slats that the provisions allowing for multiplied in cost 41 hmes; meat, 199;I Mrs. O. E. Olmon and son, Wilfred, Judge RGgztad i such reinstatement be envoked, eggs, 123; milk, 63; butter, 179; po- I of Montevideo, were Sunday dinner Supplementing telegrams previous-tatoes, 160; and fuel wood, 92. [guests at the Maurits Johnson home To Direct Kenny ]y sent to the National OPA Office at In Yugoslavia, by March, 1945, t in Bernadotte. They also attended Foundation Appeal Washington, Dr. Koch sent an urgent official figures for bread were 48 times t services in the Bernadotte church. the on real, meat, 6a, eggs, 29, milk, W 1h s c v wire to Regional Director Rae 'E. 'g" " "" " " i i fred a re ei ed his discharge (Continued from page I) Welters, asking his support. 84; butter, 29; sugar, 177; and P" from the army, after serving for five McGovern said. "If prices are allowed to go un- tatoes, 75. Black market figures for years, of which almost three were "The Kenny Institute today is the checked throughout the holiday sea- meat, for instance, showed a multipli- spent in Italy and France. He held largest hospital in the world devoted son, says Dr. Koch, "the public cation of 100. the rank of sergeant.---Lafayette Led- exclusively to treatment'of polio vic- tims and with extensive additions would be made the victim of the un- ger. planned to increase bed capacity at ~eshWarrantedcitruspricefruitsraiseShaveat traditionallya time when 4 S Club News A recent happy even! occurred when the hospital five times it can bring become almost a necessityin the " [a group of friends and neighbors the same fame to Minnesota as the . . ,, ~ "{ r n it Go etters gathered at the Slg. Kenthome in Mayo Chmc has done, McGovern .me.. family budget." T a s -g . All citrus fruit are covered in the The Transit Go-getters held their Severance township, Friday evening. Patients have come to the institute last mectin~ at the Louis Draeger The occasivn was a surprise party in from 25 states, the District of Colum- current suspension action. " "~'~ ~ 1~ Th- meetin~'!compliment to Kenneth Kent who is!bia, Mexico, Canada, Alaska and home on l~ovemuer o. e ~, . . i . . " O-P-A was called to order by the president, recovering from injuries sustamed iPuerto Rico. Practmally every other Lester Draeger The 4-H flag pledge twhen his plane crashed two weeks ago. I state has patients who have been Public eating places may charge . ,," .... _ I a~ ~,,, ,~ .... ~" the evening', anent treated b Kenn technicians who their 1942 prices on Christmas Day was given. The secretary, ~)lary ~nn~ ................. t Y Y Gaulke read the minutes of the last socially, a lunch, brought by the have undergone'training at the Minne- and their January 1, 1943, prices on meeting and had roll call We de- guest% was served and I,:enny was ]sots Institution. New Year's day, 1946. They ah-eady cided to have a Christmas program a' pre.-'en~ed with a substantial pursei "We iu Mimmsota are in a better are permitted to charge their 1943 our next meeting co-~::'ibutcd by many of his friends.-- t position to understand what the Ken- prices on New Year's Eve. .... ~ ...... Gib') n Gazette i ny Institute h~s d'ne for the uafor- All eating and drinking establish- ~er me meeung ~lrs. rneresa ~, '-~ 1 .... ..... t " ed us ~ome tunates who i~ave heen afflicted with merits throughout the country, includ- ~Ud::,t~::::eg::~akn:w:t the Ciunt Mr and Mrs. Carl J. Gerard, Mrs. polio for so many of them now are ing hotel dining rooms and railroad ~ ............ Y Claus Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. able to walk and play a,~ain becau.~e dining ears, are covered by this action, ~rmr. ~loya ~meram, mary Ann ........ ~ " ~ which applies to all individual food Gaulke, and Eldonna Doerr had some ofL" VernonJhnsnjohnson.attended~7~uneratson o~ :~r.Servlces[fano 1McGovernthe kennY~aidCOncept and treatment,' items and beverages as well as to games to play. Mrs. Arthur Johnson of near Lind- "We should be 100 per cent behind Before lunch we went out for a treasure hunt, given by the game committee. After we had finished, Mrs. Louis Draeger served a delicious lunch.--Norman Sifferath, Reporter. complete meals. A former provision that held res- taurant prices on holidays other than New Year's Eve is a maximum of 15 per cent above the same restaurant's Sunday prices is being revoked. The uniform 15 per cent limitation had proved satisfactory in many parts of the country, where it did not con- form with customary industry prac- rice. Studies by OPA to find the norrnai relationship between holiday me~ ~vd regular prices and Sunday menus led to the finding that no uni- form percentage limitation could be established for the whole country that ~ould reflect customary practices of strom. VeVrnon met death a week'the Kenny Foundation appeal. The ago Sunday while out hunting with a Minnesota goal is $500,000. I hope we can double tha~." neighbor boy. VeVrnon was in the act of climbing over a fence when a fence post broke, striking him in the neck with such force as to fracture it. He was a senior in the Chisago City High school. His father is a cousin of Messrs. Gerard and Johnson and Mrs. Anderson.--Lafayette Ledger. POST OFFICE MOVED TO BUSCH BLOCK AFTER 50 YEARS IN SOUTH GAYLORD If a goodly number of Gaylord citi- zens, especially the older ones, make the mistake of going to the wrong place for their mail this week, they cannot be blamed too much. The Gaylord postoi~ce, for more than fifty years located in the first block north of the depot, has been moved. The new location is in $he Busch Block, on the west side of the street, next door to Busch Bros.' store. Postmaster Thos. W. Comnick and his assistants were in the midst of Tall eat Bird America's tallest bird is the sand- hill crane. When standing erect, the male is about as tall as the aver- [:ge man. WRITE THiS If so, let us service your oil burner or stoker controls. We also specialize in motor repair work. ABC Washer Will Be Here Soon! We are expecting one of these, mod- ern washers to be on display at om stm e at a very early date. It will pay you to wait and see :-hat the ABC has to offer. Store Now Open Until further notice our store be open from 1:00 to 6: 00 P. M. LETTER restaurants in all areas. With the revocation of the 15 per cent restriction ceilings applicable to regular days will apply on all holidays except Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. ~' O-P-A Gibbon Gophers The meeting was called to order by the president, Marjorie Sanders. The pledge to the flag and the 4-H pledge were given. A song was sung by Donna Anderson, Janice Johnson, Marjorie Sanders. A reading was gixen,, by Elaine Anderson. Then we all enjoyed group singing, finishing with "America." Mrs. Quirk discussed the rules with us that were decided upon at the 4-H Leader's meeting. She showed us the slides of the county fair. We then adjourned and played games. Lumbermen Announce Builders The removal of meats, fats and oils Education Course from rationing is one of the most Dleasing announcements we have had Recognizing that postwar construe- moving operations on Tuesday after- vo make. However, it will present its tion is to be of vast magnitude and ,.. ,. a a ~ , aoliver,, of mail at the problems to both the distributor and that many new problems will be pre- new office was to be made on Wednes- consumer sented to the building material sup- day ~or,|in Gavlord Hub Distribution problems will be diffi- plier and the contractor, W. H. Bad- cult for the next few days, maybe eaux. Secretary o~ the Northwestern OBITUARY I~.,~ equitable distribution.. Accordingly,.. prepared in cooperatio/tt d with, and Of-s l wasl3 ' ,rnthe daughtera . De of- ' ~he St. Paul Office of Pmce Admmls- fered by Iowa S ate C IJege, Ame , '- " " 4.~~M'~ tration will concentrate their efforts Iowa. \" ,man ~.ne.amx,y ,~ u ,..,~,~: ,~,,,a..,.[Mrs')J'~'-S~-h-ra-m-mve('~nn~-"aRed:~ r~~/f'~-. ~r,'~-4A-~." on price control of meats, fats, and The purpose of the course is to " " ; ...... Paul, before coming to Fairfax in t . 4AJ%/ // _,. oils in the ~,eeks ahead Overceflmg better train men now m the building " " II891 This has been considered thel ~M.~ ~/~ ~(~ / "''~~--'~~~'~/) sales of these commodities should be and building material field, and to~ " . . o ~ e ~ family home e~ e~ ~lnce She dmd promptly reported by consumers t g'v a .ound foundation to new men " " " " " the price control boards, interested in entering these fields, Friday mormn~ Nov. 16. Burial ser- Meat rationing has been a most particularly discharged x-eterans. The !wces ~:ere on ~unoay.. .... 1 .~.q~/~L.- br~'~.q/.~ . ... /4fl~ f~ y/' difficult problem. For many months [course is of college quality and is open i ,~r~t~la graaua~fl~. ~rom~ne :la:~.ax t we have been able to assure everyone to anyone, whether a high school ~,n =no~i;h h~VrZ,a:de G[:d saHSor'l ~ j~--L. A{ ~''-~ // /~ ~ ~ ~'/r-~ ~'~'~-(~'f~"~ ~/e~ __ o l ration of trade and consumers[faTherYc:: teUteil rt Januar 3, y inm:rm=:zingLatt::'h ;h ahke e Y school Alumm Assocmtmn, and thru 1946, and will consist of four quarters .... ~ , ~'~~- ~~ ~'~ ~ /"" ,n O-P-A. takenalthugh one or more quarters may beaccording to the desire of the eats.the years, worked hero in i,s inter-,. [ ~ ]~'" "" ~"J(~ ~" "~7#d.~/ ... ~ ~ It's a long way to economic normal-student. The first quarter studies will She taught rural schools for t h:::] ,--f cy, but the Price Control Board for consist of builders' mechanics, car-years, and then, on October ,v, .t~u '[ "'_,/I/~.,~ ~,~/~,_x.~/i //.,4r--- Sibley County is doing everything r~ntrv concrete and masonr,, farm she was married to Frank Hopkins atI lmssibh to see that it's as pleasant a b~uiidings, drawing and projection, the S.chramm home, and Mr. and M.rs. l ~~ road as the unpmd volunteers of that en~dneerinu nroblems and commercial Hopkins estabhshed the,r home mI ~ (Jr . ~ ~j~,..~, It Falrfax The have always lived I" ~]]~,~g~"~"~ organization can make ". w0ods ~ " " Y " ". [ It hasn't been easy for those hard- An~ veteran or others now in or here except for the two years when ~ ~- 7 {~ working men and women either. ,In planning to enter the building mater- Mr. Hopkins was.in the State Legis-[ ~D~'~ return :for the long hours, they ve ial or construction field will be --eat lature. Three children were born to] tr]ri~g to ration fairly and to ly benefited by taking this ava~:ble them, Ors (Mrs. Oscar Lit~rer) of l p~ down, they've received Minneapolis, Lois (mrs. m. ~. ~OOCK~ instruction, and may obtain more :hut criticism, abuse, and more detailed information by contacting and Wayne Hopkins, of Rochester. S BUY MORE AND BIGGER BONDS IN THE GREAT VICTORY LOAN ! This advertisement sponsored lay work. Did you ever think of them a smile and a thank you? WImt they've saved you from: In Gerr~my, by the summer of bread was selling in the black 167 times its prewar price; 829 times. In Hungary, by October 6, 1945, selling for 1310 times its In Italy, by March, 1954, butter was i t~wice its original price, sugar 25 times ~ much, officially. In the black market, butter prices were multiplied 49 times, sugar 33. In Rumania, by May, 1945, in the black market, prices multiplied 15 130; eggs, 37; sugar 88; ~3. during the first half of of bread had more the "local lumber dealer"; Professor Henry Giese of Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa; or the Northwestern Lumbermens Association, 710 Foshay Tower, Minneapolis 2, Minnesota. Spruce Up Curtai~ For fraZzled ends of curtains, cut off worn parts and add a valance and lower border of contrasting material. Painting Time Paint authorities point out that ex- terior painting should be done only in dry weather, and when the thermom- eter registers at least 40 degrees. Cold weather and moisture are apt to interfere with getting results. Mrs. Hopkins was very civic mind- eel, and always found time to work in clubs and for the interest of her town and friends. She was a member of the Dome Club (the women of State Legislature members) a charter mem- ber of the'Eastern Star and of the Civic League. She was one of the founders of the League, its first presi- dent, and always very active in its in- terests, especially when the League sponsored a to~ua library. Mrs. Hop- kins has been the librarian the past [two and one-half years. In her earlier years she was a mem- ber of the Methodist Ladies Aid, and for many years had charge of the Cradle Roll of the Methodist Sundayt School. 1 Another very important former civic [ project, the Band Ladies' Improve-~ will S This is an official U. S.. Treasury advertisement--prepared under auspices of Treasury Department aml War Advertising Council t