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Austin Mutual Non-Assessable CROP HAIL Insurance The Ivanhoe Times, lvanhoe, Minn., April 11, 1957 PAGE SEVEN " 1 [LAS$100 COLUMNS WANT ADS Card of Thanks, $1.06 10c per line per insertion Minimum charge -- 50c Copy Deadline Tuesday 4:00 p.m. The Times, while exercising rea- sonable care in accepting ads, warns those answering to inves- tigate the proposition offered and to be careful of any ad requiring a cash bond, Card of Thanks I wish to take this means to thank sincerely all persons who visited me or sent cards and gifts while I was hospitalized and since my return home. George Hauswedell 45X We express our heartfelt thanks to all the relatives, friends and neighbors who assisted us in any way during the illness and after the death of our beloved husband and father Joe Bulow- ski; for the Spiritual bouquets, floral offerings and food brought to the home, also special thanks to Rev. Wojciak, the choir and the Doctors and Nurses at the Hendricks Hospital. Your kind deeds will never be forgotten. Mrs. Jos. Bulowski, The Bulowski children 45X and their families Employment UNUSUAL WOMAN With car, nice personality, one who needs to earn as much as $60-$80 weekly. No canvassing, no parties, no collections. Free to work 5 hours, day or evennig in this territory. Write, stating ag6 and qualifications to: Mrs. Bob Shane, Route 1, Pipestone. 45X You are reading this column and any ad you place in this col- umn goes into more than 1,200 homes. Call 4331. WANTED: Saleslady or sales- man to sell McNess Products part or full time. Big profits. No ex- perience needed. Will teach and finance you. Write today. Mc- Ness Co., 120 E. Clark St., Free- Fort, Illinois. 44-45X Farm Equipment 1-1948 W. C. Allis Chalmers with cultivator, starter a n d lights. Fleahman Motor Sales Ivanhoe, Minnesota. 44-45 2 1948 M. tractors 1 John Deere A. tractor 1 Massey Harris 101 Jr. trac- tor 1 F14 tractor 1 2/16 plow, I.H.C. 1 3/14 plow, I.H.C. 1 15&apos; I.H.C. disc 1 15' A.C. disc 1 10' I.H.C. disc See O. R. Johnsen Hardware & Implement, Arco 44-45 For Sale: John Deere Drill, Tractor hitch, steel wheels. Ker- mith Johnson, 6 mi. W 2]/2 S of Ivanhoe. 45 Feed and Seeds FOR SALE: Redwood and New Improved Victory Seed Flax. Rodney oats and some Fox Bar- ley. All seeds cleaned and state tested. Arthur M. Sorensen, Arco. 43-45 Kingscrost Seed Corn and Nor- thrup King Alfalfa and Bromus seed. You may pick these up at at our store now. If not there, please ring door bell at our home. A worthwhile gift to all who pick up early. Marvin Thomsen, Lake Benton. 43-45 For Sale: Seed flax Redwood and New Improved Victory. Cleaned and State tested--t4.00 per bushel. Arthur M. Sorensen, phone 7F13, Arc<). 45-47 Lyon County Co-Op Oil Co. Ivanhoe, Minn. FOR SALE: 225 bales of good prairie hay. Paul Hauswedell Arco 44-45X For Sale: 160 bales of wild hay. John F. Skorczewski, phone 4551, Ivanhoe. 45-46 For Sale: Baled Alfalfa, baled oats straw, one stack of hay. Frank Kaczmarek, 1 mi. E,, 3 mi. S. of Ivanhoe. 45-46X Livestock and Pouitry 40--Bulls for Rental Service---40 Black Angus, Polled Here- fords, Horn Herefords, Short- horns, Holstein, Brown Swiss. Registered, blood-tested between farms. Call 3663, Minneoka, where Larro Feed contract will finance your hog and cattle feed- ing needs, from 6 to 12 months to pay, Merritt's Larro Feed Store, Minneota, Minnesota. 45tf FOR SALK: Early spring fry- ers, live or dressed. Darwin Carr, 2 W., 1 N., : W. of Ivanhoe. 43-45X FOR SALE: Beef-type Short- horn bulls. Kermith Johnson, 6 mi. W., 2 Vz S. of Ivanhoe. 44-45X FOR SALE: Girl's formal dress. Light blue, size 9. Ruth Faulds. Phone 4651. 44-45X FOR SALE: Guineas. Rodney seed oats. Joe Hoffman. 6 mi. east, 2 south of Ivanhoe. 44-45X For Sale: 60 feeder pigs. Mel- vin Lambrecht, 1/2 mi. N and  1 mi. E of Marve's Store. 45X For Sale: 38 native ewes, 47 lambs at side. B. Shane, 3 miles north, 2 miles east of Pipestone. 45X For Sale: 60 head of Holstein heifers, age range, 2 weeks to one year. All six months and over are vaccinated. Jim Van Dru- nen, 51/ mi. S of Ivanhoe on Hy. 75 and 1 mi. W and ¼ mi. S, phone 4717; Lake Benton. 45X Miscellaneous , For Sale: 3--8.25x20 truck tires and 1--8'x12' truck box. Allan Carr, phone 5560. 45X Authorized dealer for the fam- ous Twentfeth Century Welders, free trial, no obligation. Ivanhoe Salvage, Jerome Gauquire, 1/ mi. W of Ivanhoe. 45-tf Notices NOTE: Bottle gas patros hav- ing tanks from us, kindly return at once for cash refund. Mary Thomsen, Lake Benton. 43-45 Julia Buseth household auc- tion, Saturday, April 13 at 1:00 p.m. in South part of Hendricks. Dick Crain, Auctioneer. 45X Services AN OLD, Wt.STEFUL HEAT- ING YSTEM is costly com- pared with modern, fuel-saving Green Colonial furnaces. Con- venient payment plans available. Jaworski Plumbing & Heating, Phone 4041, Ivanhoe. 45 d #OW on a gallon oF the washable wall paint that goes on easily.., dries fast "Flow Kote" Rubber-Base wall paint is easy to apply i with brush or roller.., dries in just 30 minutes.., no "painty" odor.., washable--durable--beautiful . . . hundreds of beauty-planned colors (matching shades in  "Duco" Semi-Gloss Enamel for woodwork, too). VALUABLE, PREVENT overheating in you car. We clean radiators and blocks thoroughly.--D-X Service Ivanhoe, Minn. 45-tf Cotton Mattresses converted into innersprings. Also inner springs rebuilt. Wrte Northern Mattress Co., Madison, Minn. Wheel Aligning and Wheel bal- ancing. Expert reliable service. Fleahman Motor Sales Ivanhoe WATCH REPAIRING Any kind or make of watch re- paired, satisfaction guaranteed reasonable prices. 6-9 DORN'S DREG Wanted WANTED TO BUY: 50 head of pasture cattle. Bill Barber. 44-45X IVANHOE SALVAGE Wanted: Junked atld Wrecked cars, trucks, tractors, radiators, batteries, and metals. $20 a ton for good scrap iron, $8 for tin & wire. FOR SALE: Used parts and tires. Jerome Gauquire, in- tersection of Hy. 19 & 75, % mi. west of Ivanhoe. 45-tf [ DAYLIGHT SAVING WINS Wisconsin voters favored day- light saving time in a referendum April 2. Residents will move their clocks ahead an hour on Sunday, April 28, and keep them there until Sunday, Sept. 30. The Min- nesota legislature is considering a bill to put Duluth, Minneapolis and St. Paul on daylight saving time. Advertise in the TIMES, the newspaper with the largest cir- :ulation in Lincoln County. PORTER NEWS by Mrs. Lyndon Nelson The annual Easter lily sale will get under way in Porter, on Sat- urday, April 13 at 2 o'clock when eight Brownie Scouts, namely Kathy Speight, Peggy Tempt, Ruth and Virginia Larson, Mari- lyn Pesek, Judy Chaplin and Kathy and Jean Halloway will solicit funds in a door to door canvass. The Porter Social Circle met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Vern Vine. Mrs. Ted Nel- son and Mrs. Fred Meyers were in charge of the program, of which the topic was "An ideal vacation." Twelve members were present one absent. Joyce Olson of Canby showed slides and gave a very interesting talk on her trip to the east, where she saw Niagara Falls, Washington ,D. C., New York, Annapolis, West Point and many other places of interest. She also show- ed slides of Colorado. Lunch was served by the hostess. The Porter P.T.A. meeting will be held Monday evening, April Ed Ningen, Ray Nevins and Joe Pridal attended the Sportsmen's Show at Minneapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Heise, Larry and Joann visited at the Silas Olson home Saturday eve- ning. Neighbors and friends called lsat Monday afternoon to help Gurina Gunderson celebrate her birthday anniversary. Monday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Tom Nomeland were Mrs. Ray Benson, Mrs. Selma Springer and Mrs. Amalia Haase. Sheldon Christianson, John Appelen, David Ellison, Gerald Nelson and Iver Wollum, Jr., visited Billy Ningen Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nomeland at- tended the Builders Show at Watertown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cyriel DeMarte- laere of Ivanhoe were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. J. L. Chap- lin. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Squashingroff were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lutzwick and LaVonne of Ivanhoe. Sunday evening callers at the Vern Vine home were Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns. Mrs. Dan Dybsetter and Mrs. Ed Ningen called on Mrs. Lena Jacobsen Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wood were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Tom Nomeland home, a week ago. Lloyd Whipple Phone 4871 Ivanhoe friendly service prompt payment of claims school.22 instead of April 15, at the/:..,,..........,;FLEISCH MANNS The pancake supper sponsored by the Porter Lutheran Men's Brotherhood was well attended Saturday evening at the church parlors. Mrs. Andrew Appelen and Mort Friis attended the funeral i of their cousin, Mrs. Emma Anderson of Minneapolis, form- erly of Porter, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christian- son and Maurice of Bridgewater, S.D. and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Chaplir and children were din- ner guests of Mrs. J. L. Chaplin a week ago Sunday. POSTPONED PREFERRED WHISKEY HAS NOT RAISED IIImlX STILL  llk" .-- .._'" ONLY il .... $4.75 PRICES! AUCTION of Ben Wisnlewski Estate will be held Saturday, April 13 1:00 p. m. a the farm located 5 miles north and ¼ mile west of Ivanhoe or 8 miles east and 1 north of Hendrick M. L. Anderson, Administrator of Estate White, Wollum & Kack, Auctioneers First National Bank, Ivanhoe, Clerk These chicks will go to market--thanks to Shellane Let Shellane and a gas heated brooder do mother nature's job for you--from dayId chicks to fryers in a few weeks. Gas brooding provides perfect feathering, velvety skin texture--and appetizin meat. Your SheIlane dealer listed below can help to get your chicks to market. Now... more than ever, Flcischmann's gives you more enjoyment at no extra cost. And still a full 90 Prooff BLENDED WHISKEY. 90 PROOF • 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION,NEW YORK CITY Minnesota Corn Growing Champions WiN with tzoXzza0000,00 in 1953 Minn. X-TRA Yield Corn Contost I FIRST in YIELD with PIONEER 349 Rudolph Holmberg. of Vesta, Redwood Co.. made the highest yield in the state143.S bushels--with Pioneer 349 I SECOND in YIELD with PIONEER 352 W. R. Cook, of Lakefield. Jackson Co., made the second highest yield in the state 137.2 bushels--with Pioneer 352 I THIRD in YIELD with PIONEER 377-A Walter S. Nelson. of Atwater, Kandiyohi Co.. made the third highest yield in the state 136.9 bushels--with Pioneer 377-A I FIRST in X-TRA YIELD with PIONEER 349 Donald and Emil Eickhoff, of Fountain. Fillmore Co., produced the most X-tra yield--53.7 bushels---with Pioneer 349 This first official Minnesota contest w'as conducted by the Exten- ,ion ServLce (ff the University of Min:nesot and the laxmers Mange- zinc. I'or top yields on Yt>UI At IN 1957, plant depeadale Pioneer hybrids. Please aed me free liteeature cm the atic brood(:, automatic stock tank heat-, automatic milk hotm¢ heating unit, automatic incinerator and automatic range. N&me .ow.......o.o ...... ....o..o-....o.. .... We will be open Saturday, April 13, at Tekethiscertificetetoy0urDuPontPalntDealer,  L --    -- e---e .ptooep,ono,,OWKOTgetSL00o, LUllPIINI) c,r  , .-- - the I.H.C. bulldln from 9:00 -- m *, o.nn the reguler PriCe. Only 1 Billion to • customer. ...... L- ..._______ ..... j e) ,.-. -,,..,-., ,, .vv l--['['---i G ROPEL'S W . -- Hayes-Lucas Lumber Companyi HARDwAREHANKSTORE M KOOPNAN C.P.NIEUONt