Thursday, December 27, 2007

Thompson Courier And Rake Register

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Thompson Courier And Rake Register (Newspaper) - December 27, 2007, Thompson, Iowa THOMPSON COURIER RAKE REGISTER PAGE 2 December 2007 INFORMATION The office will be closed from December 2007 to Janu 2008. The 12- 27- 07 and the 1- 3- 08 issues were and will be delivered so that I could be my family over the Looking back over the 2007 year of owning and operat the Thompson Courier and Rake Register has very enlightening to the business side after learning college at Waldorf the educational aspect of working at I hope that everyone can look at 2007 and learn from and look forward to a rewarding Thank you for your continued support of our To subscribe fill out order form and mail drop off at the office with Thompson Courier Rake P. O. Box 318 Iowa 50478- 26 per year in Iowa Counties of and Faribault and Freeborn Counties of 30 per year for all other Gift Card add .28 Subscriptions are considered continuing yearly subscriptions to be only upon notice from the subscriber or at the Payable in advance Non- refundable. Transferable to next of The Thompson Courier Rake Register P. O. Box 318 Iowa 50478- 0318 641- 584- 2770 Fax 641- 584- Gretchen Owner Editor Marvel Copyright 2007 The Thompson Courier Rake Published every Thursday at 105 Harrison Apt. Iowa U. S. Postal Service 628140. Entered at periodical postage and paid at the Thompson Post Office Postmasters please send address changes to: Thompson Rake Register P. O. Box 318 Iowa 50478- Successor to The Thompson Herald Thompson The Thompson Journal Thompson Courier The Register Newsstand Copies of the Thompson Courier Rake weekly newspaper are available for at Hometown Market Thompson and General Store in Buffalo Newspaper Back Issues are available for at the Courier Rake Register Non- local events need to be accompanied with paid with short press At this time the newspaper will only donate space for Service Announcements) as space Support for the Thompson Courier and Rake Register comes from Advertisers willing to pay for display and classified Subscribers renewing each year or purchasing an extra subscrip for a friend or and those willing to provide local releases and local news events and photos in a timely manner meet deadlines for the newspaper to be and on time each Phone: 641- 584- 2770 Fax: 641- 584- 2802 E- mail: tr editor wct atel. Thompson Please call 641- 584- for reservations by 8: 30 a. for any Winnebago resident each day for at the Thompson Center or for 3 1 Tu n a C a s s e r o l e Cabbage- Pine Oatmeal Tomato 1 Happy New 2 Beef Broccoli 3 Salisbury Glow Cran- 4 Ham Bean Carrot Thompson school 21- 31 No Buffalo school 21- 31 No Rake Library hours: Friday 9- 11: a. m. and 1: 30- 5 p. Thurs 9- 11: 30 a. m. and 1: 6 p. Saturday 9- 10: a. Sunday and Closed. Holiday will be closed Jan. T h o m p s o Library hours: 9- 11 a. m. and 2- 5 p. Wednesday 2- 5: 30 p. Thursday 2- 5 p. 10- Noon and 1- 5 p. Sat 9- 11 a. Sunday Monday Closed. schedule will be Jan. 1 and North Iowa 1 NEW CHRISTMAS May Go the 2 NO SCHOOL- Staff Admin. Mtg. 2: 3 School JV BB H) Garner- 6: V Wr Belmond 6: 4 V B BB H) B- K 6: 5 V Wr Graetinger 10: Bowling Meet- Shop Localy to bost If you shop you can buy the easy convenient The money stays in your community and not line the pockets of a outside middle When you shop locally the parking is When you shop locally you support and the merchants as well as feel welcome in Sudoku Directions: Fill in the grid so that every every and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9 and number is repeated in any column or Solution may be found below upside Sudoku puzzle was created through the OpenSky www. opensky. A not e fro m the editor Gretc hen E- thompsoncourier. rakeregister@ gmail. Office hours: M- F 9 a. m. 4 p. Greeti ngs fro Marvel tito E- thompson. rake. newspaper. billing@ gmail. Office hours: M- F 10 a. m. 4 p. How many families ate Lutefisk over the Our family did and many of us loved a so fond. That seems to be true even at our City Norse Club smorgasbord. why we also I just finished reading a mystery The Body in by Katherine Hall Page and I found some fascinat facts: the copper in the Statue of Liberty is At the time it was a French company the copper mine in and I on the coast. You know if you measured it in a direct it would be about two thousand miles but over twelve thousand five hundred with all the ins and there are a hundred and fifty thousand islets off that protect the coast and make a kind of passageway ships. The route was called the North Way--... Another tidbit is that in the nineteenth century and early years of the almost emigrated to North America because of the growth in popu in Norway and scarcity of resources. At one time almost everyone had a cousin in Minneapolis What surprised me most was reading that the word smor is really a Swedish word. I will have to do checking to find out what the Norwegian word is for fabulous feast we have come to associate with the I hope you have a great week and Happy New