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The Redwood gazette. [volume] (Redwood Falls, Minn.) 1873-1940, December 01, 1926, Image 3

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The name c' r the Store to come to |
for' “his gift” §
F. G. Hubbard CoA
is written in the stub of his check ;
book. |
He depends on these stocks when £
Christmas isn’t here--making an ex- $
cellant reason why you should do the £
same now that it is. S
Do Your Christmas Ijl l]"T Tli A 1) T\ \ Do Your Christmas
Shopping Early A' • I.J. Shopping Early
134 Stores Buying Power Make Our Prices Lower
North Redwood
t- ——t
Mr. and Mrs. John Schweinfurter,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schulte, Mr. and
Mrs. George Lauer and family and
Mrs. Fischer motored to Sleepy Eye
last Thursday to spend Thanksgiv
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony
M. C. Taubert spent a few days last
week at Luverne.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shippman and
daughter, Mrs. Margaret Dreyer and
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Dreyer went to Le Sueu *
last Tuesday to attend the funeral o
Peter Shippman, Sr., father of Peter
Shippman and Mrs. Dreyer.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hanson motor
ed to Storden last Thursday to spend
Thanksgiving at the home of Mr.
Special 9c Sale
Starts Saturday December 4th , 1926 and
runs for 3 weeks
All goods listed below at a special price of
9 cents each
1— 10c Royal Washing Powder I—loc Corn Starch
25c Nine O’clock Washing: I—loc Soda
Tea I—l3c1 —13c Kellogs Bran Flakes
1— 10c Bar Soap I—l3 C Foley’s Corn Flakes
2 5c Bars Soap I —ls C Aunt Jemima’s Pan
I—l3c Lighthouse Soap Flakes Cake Flour
I—loc Lighthouse Washing I—loc Yeast Foam.
Powder I—loc Foley’s Soups.
I—loc Arm & Hammer Wash- I—loc Foley’s Tomatoes
ing Soda I—loc Armour’s Pork and
1— 10c Tobacco Beans
2 5c Matches I—lsc Foley’s Milk
I—lßc Milk Macaroni, Quakers I—l3c Crosby Corn, No. 2
16 oz. I—l3c Early Peas, No. 2
I—lsc Catsup I—loc Diamond Tooth Picks
I—loc Mothers’ Macaroni 3—Dozen Clothes Pins
I—loc Ink. I—loc Tablet. I—loc Cooking Molasses
I—loc Glue I—loc1 —10c K. C. Baking Powder
Bring us your Cream, Eggs and Poultry. Highest Market Prices.
Service, Quality, Satisfaction
Clements, Minn.
Hanson’s pai*ents.
K. P. Harris spent Thanksgiving
at the home of his parents at Vesta.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weeks and fam
ily and Mrs. C. Neuenberg of Redwood
Falls were Thanksgiving guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Dittbenner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Simondet and
family, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Simondet
and family, Mrs. A. Simondet and
daughters were Thanksgiving guests
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Peterson near
Mr. and Mrs. Beltz and son of Mor
gan were guests last Thursday of
ir. and Mrs. R. A. Gluth.
Mrs. W r m. Hcsken and children
spent a few days last week at the
home of her sister near Vesta.
Mrs. Thos. Hosken, Jr., spent a few
days last week at the home of her
parents at Sanborn.
Gift Suggestions for Men and Boys
Suits , , Bath Robes
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker andj
sons, and Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Kurtz j
and family and Miss Florence Draeger j
were guests Thanksgiving Day at the j
home of Mi*, and Mrs. E. Druery.
Mrs. H. Becker, Mrs. C. J. Kurtz
and Mrs. Chas. Zachow went to Ap-1
pleton last week to visit at the homes
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taubert and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller.
Miss Emma Zwemke who teaches
at Le Sueur Center spent her Thanks
giving vacation at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zwemke.
Miss Sarah Simondet who is at
tending school at Mankato spent a
few days last week at the home of her
parents here.
H. Draeger and son Leland and Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Becker and son were
guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin Draeger.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Tradewell and
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Scheunert and dau
ghter were Thanksgiving guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Allan.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Castle, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Castle and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Neale and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Alva Gaffney and family
Silk Hose
and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Simondet and
sons were guests last Thursday of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hepner at Redwood
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Mittelstadt
and daughter Adeline motored to
Wells last Thursday where the Rev.
Mittelstadt assisted in quarterly
meetings being held there.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmer were
guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Zimmer.
Fred Kieglin returned from Roches
ter last Friday where he had taken
his son, Orville, who was compelled
to have his leg amputated on account
of an infection in the bone.
Bert Marsh was a visitor in Minne
apolis last week from Thursday until
It’s news you read in The Gazette.
Wool Hose
big, price ‘
m Hear the Radiola 20, before you buy. Heat it in competition
Qv - 2ft%dtii fry* with the latest models of any make. If yon want clear tone
. . #H3 and real music, you will take nothing else at anywhere near
Ipr fn- a af, hlm inn its price. It is single-controlled—it has a power Radiotron,
' for clear volume. It operates inexpensively —with five tubes
drawing small current—but doing the same work as more
tubes in the set.
It has features new to many sets now—but thoroughly tried,
tested and perfected in this Radiola 20. It has far outrun
r expected sales, and proved its superiority in use everywhere! .
U It is the choice of many who could easily buy higher priced
gT sets. And, perfected by the engineers of RCA, General
f CTfcdhrN I ’Electric and Westinghousc, it is the ’only buy for the man
[ I VgY I who has a limited amount to spend for (radio and wants to
Jr L buy permanent satisfaction. ,
Bfe New York Chicago S.n Francisco
V PJCA^Rfldiola
Stensvad’s] [Garage
Lounging Robes
Flannel Shirts
Night Robes
J. Albert Johnson, district game
warden, is suffering with an attack
of blood poison of his right arm. A
couple weeks ago he had a small
wound inflicted on a finger of his
right hand from the back fin of a
carp which he was handling when a
landing of rough fish was made. The
wound was given attention and care,
apparently being healed, when on Mon
day the infection set up in his arm
causing him considerable pain. He
I has been under treatment of Dr. Her
mansen and recovery should follow
in due course of time which is the
hope of friends here.—lvanhoe Times.
Mr. Johnson returned to his home
in Redwood Falls last Wednesday.
His arm is some better but it will
be necessary for him to remain here
{for medical attention.
Pajamas 1
Arm Bands
In conversation with C. O. Gim
mestad Saturday he incidentally re
marked that his son Otto, who runs
the father’s farm, had an exceptional
ly good yield of corn for the past sea
son. In a forty-five acre field, the
yellow corn averaged sixty bushels
per acre and white fifty. Another
gratifying feature there was no soft
corn. Mr. Giihmestad says it is the
best crop of corn ever raised in the
many years he has owned the farm.
—Belview Independent.
Miss Josephine Staddick of Wabas
so was a Monday visitor here.
Miss Gertrude Parker of Dawson
and Miss Muriel Parker of Spring
field spent their Thanksgiving vaca
tion in Redwood Falls with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker.
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