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Thursday, December 3, 1936
kj\ i M organ Youngsters to Have Skating Rink on School Lot C. 0. GILFILLAN SHOOTS MOOSE, OTHER NEWS OF VICINITY By Mrs. F .S. Pollard Morgan—A skating rink is be ing constructed at the east end of the public school grounds. A committee from the Commercial club has charge of the arrange ments. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crocker mo tored to Morristown, 111., to spend Thanksgiving with a sister of Mr. Crocker. Mrs. Pluma Crocker who was called to Fenton, 111. by the death of a sister, returned with them Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reding enter tained at Thanksgiving dinner for the following relatives: Charles Boushek and family, Emil Bou shek and family and Eddie Bou shek and family and Mildred Dittbenner all from Seaforth with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reding. A cafeteria luncheon was served be fore the guests departed. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and family of Courtland attended the fireman’s ball at the city hall Wednesday evening. They enjoy ed a family reunion at the Henry Reding home before their return. Twin daughters were bom to Mrs. Paul Heiling (Ann Welch) at the Maternity hospital at Sleepy Eye Saturday. _ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shank and Edmond Kelly returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shank at Minneapolis Friday eve ning. They attended a house warming at the new home of their son, Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson of Olivia spent Thursday with Mrs. Grace Shank and family. Raymond Cheney, son of L. A. Cheney of Redwood Falls, has leased the White Eagle filling sta tion of August Gundermann. Mr. Cheney who was married recently will occupy the front upstairs at the station. Emil Netzke and his son-in-law W. J. Bandemere returned with eight other men from a deer hunt at Lutson, with five deer. They shot their first deer before Ba. m. the first day. They were gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Wagner entertained relatixes at cards Sunday evening. Mrs. B. Petsin ger won high score and Mrs. J. Goblirsch was awarded consola tion prize. Refreshments were served. Ray Hanson and son, Nor man returned to their home in Minneapolis Sunday after spend ing the week at the C. C. Brosch and A. W. Hanson homes. Mr. Hanson who spent Thanksgiving here returned the same day. Wesley Schieffert returned to Minneapolis Thursday after spending the day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Schieffert. Clem Seimer and son Alvin, Clarence Petig and A 1 Anthony went to Sauk Center Friday to BIG REDUCTIONS ON All WINTER COATS fur trimmed dress coats saving of at least several dollars from the original SIOBO M. I One rack of coats at this I extremely low figure. | Mostly self trimmed I sport £/» Fur trimmed dress coats | styles ' wvtOU with wool interlinings. —— Snappy sport coats in A . attractive plaids. Heavy were weight niggerheads theft much higher priced. Ex are worth nearly double ceptional q o£\ this price. bargains J J.C. PENNEY GO DEPARTMENT • STORE get the Seimer car which was damaged in a collision recently. They returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ricke and daughter, Esther spent several days at Westby, lowa. They visit ed relatives enroute home. C. O. Gilfillan returned from a hunting trip in Canada last week. He was successful in bringing home a large moose, weighing 850 pounds when dressed. It was on display at the City Meat Market several days. Gordon Tauer, Lester Hanson and Douglas Rans returned to their studies at the Minnesota Business College after spending Thanksgiving and the holidays at their homes. Carl Metzke of Clements was a dinner guest of his mother, Mrs. Emil Metzke Thanksgiving day. Edmond Brosch went to Sleepy Eye, Monday where he is employ ed at the John Ebenho shop. Ed mond Brosch has been associated with his father, C. E. Brosch at the blacksmith shop here. Miss Ruth Honl, who is em ployed at Dayton’s in Minneapolis enjoyed Thanksgiving day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Honl. A large audience attended the junior class play “A Merry Life” at the city hall Tuesday evening About SIOO was realized in the ticket sales. Miss Pearl Strand, the class adviser coached the cast of 12 characters assisted by Miss Jane Ryan, English teacher. The members of the school board and their wives gave a farewell party for Superintendent and Mrs. W. S. Johnson at the H. O. Draeger home, after the class play Tuesday evening. The school faculty members were guests. The high school pupils presented Mr. Johnson with a gift and the junior class also presented Miss Pearl Strand and Miss Jane Ryan with a gift as an appreciation for their help with the class play. The hos tesses served light refreshments. Mesdames E. H. Albrecht and Helen Johnston entertained the members of the Woman’s Study club at the home of the latter, Tuesday afternoon. A daughter was bom to Mrs. Joe Hauneke Friday. Superintendent and Mrs. Cliff ord Anderson arrived from Pem berton and are living in the Ger trude Carlile residence vacated by the W. S. Johnson family. CARD OF THANKS—We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and sincere appreciation to all relatives, friends and neighbors who showed their deeds of love and kindness during the death and burial of our dear, beloved husband and father. Also to those who attended the funeral, the pallbearers, the choir and beautiful flower contributions and special thanks go to Rev. Birk holz for his comfortiiig words which will always be remember ed.—Mrs. Alma Kalk and family. CLEMENTS YOUNG PEOPLE HOME FOR SHORT VACATION Clements—Mr. and Mrs. Aug ust Raddatz were business callers at New Ulm Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zeug and family of Lucan were visitors with relatives at Clements Sun day. Miss Laurene Berberick spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berberick. Clarence Berberick was injured when he stepped on a nail Tues day morning at the Raddatz store where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Clements had as their guests at dinner Thanksgiving day, Miss Loraa Clements, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Anderson from St. Paul and Miss Myrtle Clements. A dinner was given in honor of James Richardson, I. G. A. super visor at the L. H. Raddatz home Monday nuight. Present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Becker and son, Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Raddatz, Mrs. Ernest Gross, Clarence Berberick and Charles WhitcomlT. Mr. Gross was absent due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and daughter were dinner guests at the Charles Johnson home at Morgan Thanksgiving day. Mrs. W. A. Marvin from Red wood Falls and Mrs. P. O. Clem ents spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Lincoln Clements. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Backer of Browns Valley, visited relatives in Clements Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Berg and daughter of Redwood Falls visit ed Gust Backer Sunday. Deloris Mertz visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Backer over the weekend. The Clements Band gave a Thanksgiving concert at the Clements hall. Frank Schwab of Redwood Falls won the prize tur key, W. H. Clements the goose and John Neudecker, the duck. The concert was followed by a dance. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Radatz and Pete Jacobson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Christ Thompson to Redwood Falls Friday night where Christ Thompson attended a gas tax meeting. Veronica Wohlford spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wohlford. Marion Gannott came home to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William Gannott. Reginald Becker of Redwood Falls visited Mrs. Fred Becker from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Radatz and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wohlford and son, Glen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Fischer at Redwood Falls Sunday. L. H. Raddatz, A. C. Raddatz, Mrs. Ida Raddatz and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Klause of Clements attended the funeral of Ernest Kalk at Redwood Falls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huneke an nounce the birth of a daughter Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Becker of Clements were business callers at New Ulm Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Klause and Mrs. Ida Raddatz of Clements were business callers at New Ulm Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Fischer of Redwood Falls were Thanksgiv ing guests at the O. H. Radatz home. „ , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potter and family of Springfield and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Quesenberry and family from New Avon, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bunnell and family of St. James and Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Richter and family were din ner guests at the Earl Bunnell home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacobsen and family were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bergstrom at Wabasso Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Neu decker were Thanksgiving guests at the John Landkammer home in Sundown. Mr. and Mrs. John Neudecker of Clements attended an insur ance meeting and dinner at Fair- ( mont Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Becker of Morgan visited Mrs. Fred , Becker Thanksgiving. Mrs. Richard Clements spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Herman at Redwood Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Becker of Redwood Falls visited relatives at Clements Thursday. Mrs. Louise Clements had as her Sunday dinner guests, Mr: and Mrs. Leßoy Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clements, Miss Ida Clements of Boyd, Winifred Stoeckle of Wone woe, Wis. and Harriet Clements of St. Paul. Florence Raddatz and two friends from the New Ulm college and Ivan Raddatz and a friend from Concordia college of St. Paul were home to spend Thanks giving with Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Raddatz. Mrs. Louise Clements had as Thanksgiving dinner guests her daughter, Harriet, Loma and Ida and Kenneth Anderson of St. Paul and Winifred Stoeckle and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keefe are the parents of a boy bom Novem ber 29. Mrs. Keefe formerly was Mabel Clements. Election Not Over For Highway Cops; Must Remove Signs The aftermath of the elec tion falls heavily upon the highway patrol. It is up to the highway officers to re move political advertising from the telephone poles and the job has kept them busy. Although it is illegal to put up advertising matters on these highways there is a can didate’s picture on practically every post, generally half a dozen. Patrolmen took down 200 pounds of political advertis ing matter between Mankato and Sherbum. The paper will be baled and sold. THE REDWOOD GAZETTE, REDWOOD FALLS, MINNESOTA Pace Niae KM U?NE economy and a fine Christmas gift! 1 iK; •Troxel * Hawthorne Bicycles —sold ex- . I. • Loaaaae rorlc clusively by MONTGOMERY?; ®i! jewel reflector WARE)—-come in models for|. 1 * *''*'**” boys and girls, <18.95 to $47.95. Flowered -Top Dresses 095 Mid-season Fashion flash at a typical Ward savins 1 Soma in two-piece effects. Shirr* ings, pleats, and metal trims. Sizes 12 to 44w Regularly 59c 49c Amazing values at this low price! New bib styles in at tractive novelty stripes. Men’s husky moleskin-cloth coats, sheeplined. Big, warm wombatine collars. Save 1 Melton Vestees tmx \\M\msm M plaid Patterns 1 (MSmimiim l ---aH—l-A _ B JZZ 3 98 ) Air Miflr mumml |fc c Ay All Wool I Wards price is very, very I 1000-Sl.ot I«» " T H - , . .. . . “ low for this quality. Long M -o n * • v*. b ft - ttexlble or ngid rule in steel ■ ssr wiawi ?5h wo sjfl , s x '£( 2£*ws « «•■ *<"•»«*«save. H sight. Smart sports backs. inch sire 1 W,d “' «»«>•<» «<**• , J 1 I. i n tnuml R00m)......... I.hs F 1 7 pe. Damask Set TOWEL SALE I Tabular Skates 149l 49 ’srs 33 c I -*-<*- 389 mßmmmSw <% 79 JACQUARD weave. 52 x 52 Great big Turkish towels, I 2, ian^£. d l!fK!s - . * - cloth—6 napkins! Lustrous 22x44 or 24x46. Double loop. 1 Designed & autographed by the rayon with cotton. Wash cloths to match 10c. \ « r ‘ m famous Alabama coachi reg 19g ELECTRIC —— l-QQ oMh ELECTRIC «_r.n H|i|| TOASTER ROASTER KM IRON Midi , Chromad! Si"* *25 Oaarantaad VocaaUcS lvory or green ■ r long-life ni- |\ J““ *“ l, “ l mm' mica type el e- V g u» head: with a flower chrome ele- 00 , h# nT7 mentJ Bevel nkkel plated 1 _lgsajgrr4r T ' gsk£s KtSaM mgs ■* j 200 MILL STREET REDWOOD FALLS, MINNESOTA TELEPHONE .744 Inner lapels that button as a vest or fold back out of sight. Smart sports backs. BHMHdKmC' vSxA I <Kjw/M i CvCinwt fe-.wwnWMi 7 pc. Damask Set Peasant Aprons 'f- SHfiEPLINED A9S 6.50 Qvalityl (1 098 All Wool £ JACQUARD weave. 52 x 52 cloth—6 napkins! Lustrous rayon with cotton. CAKE COVER With Tray \ 95c Ivory or gram with a flowvr trim. Carry ' rack. i^^i SALE! Handbags Regularly 98c/ 88 s Sale ends Saturday night I Durable grains, many with slide fasteners. New colors. GARTER SOCKS with p*-m*n*nt L«st« garters jf/gy OW Attached washable garters that will last life of hose. Rayon and silk or lisle. New fancy mixtures. Men’s sizes. PART WOOL A Word Ve/tot Heavyweight unionsuits. 10% wool for greater warmth wear—comfort t Men’s 36-4& .Sale! SMb 2 25 e Worth 19c a pair! Celanese and rayon mixtures—l3c pr.; 2 prs. 25c. Sale ends Saturday! l'taid Patterns Made to sell aQO for 4.98 j ° Wards price is very, very low for this quality. Long fibre wool. Full 2V« lb. weight. Bound too! 70 x 80 inch size. 39c Quality! 4* a “Cannons” Great big Turkish towels, 22x44 or 24x46. Double loop. Wash cloths to match 10c. 149 |||^ 1000-Shot |69 Rifle-type peep sight! 1000 shots without reloading! Walnut finished stock. Tubular Skates Boys’ Girl* 3.89 Diamond-tested steel blades t Electric-welded plates, tubes —top grain leather shoes I ELECTRIC TOASTER 1.95 Chromtd; long - life si chrome ele> ant; torse Air Rifle 1.00 ROASTER SBc Blnepoere. on heavy •toaL Bow IMb. fowL Bmnn}i6c 6 ft. flexible or rigid rule in steel case. Accurate. Buy now! Save! WSBE3SB^et<t% e Waterproofed fiber over strong wood frame! Usually 98c! BXHBEEE} 29 9S 34 45 usually. Gleaming porce- _ lain enamd. Roomy cabinet. Less Fttings ■imrilii'i'iMiy *79 Designed & autographed by the famous Alabama coach, reg. 1.98 ELECTRIC IRON 89c Guaranteed mica type de menti Bevel edge plate: Nickel plated » wj&w*. * At 0 Flashlight lOOtf^beaml Bo^nsinjl Ilf Wards! HAND SAW 1.75 Chrome alloy blade. 26 - in. 8 pt Real value! BENCH DRILL < 11.50 Less Motor 13*eeddrhe An pose drill, press. Weighs 32 lbs.