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r The Ivanhoe Times ~rlgo II, Fisher, i~lltor-Pnblisher Jamet A. l~lsher Women's Editor Published Thursday at lvanhoe, Minnesota S~bscriptton Rate in Advance One Year -- $3.00. ]~ntered as second class mail mat- ter at the post office at Ivanhoe, Min- laesota, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Publishing hi! Official l'roeeedingm et Lincoln County. Official Paper of lvonhoe and Areo. MARBLE NEWS Mrs. Garfield Kompellen Sunday afternoon visitors at the Emil Wolff home were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Halverson, Harry Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Halverson and Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wolff and family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Briggs vis- ited at the George Cech home on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Cech and Dale entertained the following relatives for Sunday dinner and lunch Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cech and family, Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Bjornson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Christianson and family, Mrs. Anna Cech, and Mr. and Mrs. John Yackley and Nancy. Mr..and Mrs. Tobias App~len visited with Hans and Annie Hanson Sunday afternoon. Friday evening visitors at the Duane Nordseth home for San- dy's 5th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nordseth, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoseck and family and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Rehn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Kompelien visited at the Earl Kompelien home Monday evening. BARGAINS IN BABY CHICKS You people who haven't already bought your chicks, come and see us. Different hatcheries in this area are starting to run long and I can get some real buys for you on day-old and started chicks. Regardless of where you want to get your chicks, why not let me order them for you as I can get them for you cheaper than you can get them for yourself. We have feeders, waterers, litter, remedies, etc. Also see us for your poultry feeds, including chick starter and grower. FiTZ'S HATCHERY & PROHCE Ivanhoe, Minnesota 11 II I The Ivanhoe Times, Ivanhoe, Minnesota, April 30, 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoseck vis- ited at the Harold Hoseck home Sunday evening. Mrs. Earl Kompelien and Orlin were Sunday afternoon visitor~ at the home of Mrs. Martin Gjo- rig. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Henrik Weverka home were Mr. and Mrs.'James Weverka and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Kompelien and family. It was Ronald's 7tn birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Halver- son and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Kompelien and family visited at the George Cech home Sunday evening. HOME ECHOES Mrs. Jeannette Hauschild Assistant Home Agent National Home Demonstra- tion Week is May 3-9. The Achievement Tea held at Lake Benton was the local observance of the Week. The "quality of family living" is the major point of emphasis in today's home eco- nomics extension program. Wom- en participating in the program are trying to learn to live and work congenially with others in the family and in the community; to manage personal resources of time, money and energy to reach family goals; to choose wisely food, clothing, home furnishings, household equipment and other another anti-knock octane boost in the largest-selling regular gasoline in of the built-in gas-savers that give you Bonus Miles with Standard Red Crown The King-Size Regular Try new Red Crown...see how'it8 record-high octane and other gas-savers help you get top mileage from every tankful in '59 models that use regular and older oars, too! More of the B~g Bonus at Standard STANDARD You e_x~x~t more from Standard... and you g.~ it! On Sale At " ~MOTOR8~ Ivanlme I II I Your Standard Bulk Agent In Ivanhoe and Vicinity is ED I II III II |I II things essential in attaining aI Report From satisfying way of life; to keep the I household running smoothly and[ Rep. Graham Fuller provide a comfortable, convent-I Delayed One Week ent and attractive home; to un-[ derstand the relation of nutritious food, suitable clothing and ade- quate housing to the health and well-being of each family mem- ber. * The Home program in Lin- coln County had an enrollment of 539 members this past year. Of this number, 398 have served as local leaders. They attended leader training meetings and pre- sented the information to their local group. Garden tip~ from Extension Horticulturists Turnquist and Hard include the following: Ap- ply 3 pounds of a complete fer- tilizer per 100 square feet of area after plowing in garden soil prep- aration. Rake this into the ~pper 2-3 inches of soil to provide food for the vegetable plants. * Start insect control immedi- ately after planting or before. Ap- ply granular forms of aldrin, di- eldrin or heptachlor to the soil for control of soil insects like maggots, wireworms, white grub and cut worms. * Seed hardy annuals as soon as the soil can be worked. This group includes the annual phlox, larkspur, calendulas, sweet pea% cosmos, portulacas, zinnias avd marigolds. The reason there's room on the top is because many who get :here fall asleep and roll off. I As y~u know we passed the Omnibus Tax Bill last Thursday. The vote was 76 for and 53 against. I was one of the 53. Some of the reasons why are as follows: The bill as written took all of the income tax from corpora- tions and placed it in the general revenue fund. Now this is a great departure from our basic tax law In the past all money from in- come tax both individual and cor- poration went into the school fund to help educate our children. When the present Administration came into power there was about 22 million surplus in this school fund on June 30, 1955. This fund will be about 10 million in the hole on June 30, 1959. By this bill they would be taking about 35 million away from the school fund and putting it into the Gen- eral Revenue Fund for running the regular state business. I be- lieve this will mean that in time local districts will have to raise more taxes to run their schools. I don't believe this is fair just toj give the state Government more money to play with. This bill also increases the in- come tax on all citizens of the state especially those in the low- er income group by a much larg- er percentage. For instance, a married couple with no children i z, Over in the house side I start- ed asking for a hearing in Janu- ary and the liberal chairman of the committee, who happens to be from St. Pa~, kept giving me the run around. Finally the lat- ter part of March, after continu- mg pressure, he relented and gave me a 15-minute hearing. A motion was made to pass the bill and he refused o recognize it. As many of you know, the chairman is all powerful The Majority Leader of the house introduced a bill to con- tinue daylight time for another two years. This bill was intro duced in April and this same chairman gave it a hearing right away and passed it ~ut to the floor of the House. About a week later the bill was called up for a vote on the House floor ahead of many other important bills. To make a long story short, we de- feated this bill on the house floor. Through parliamentary procedure they attempted to cali it up for a vote again and was again defeated. I don't know] what they will try next. I hope] we can keep on beating it. ] The way things stand now, the] cities will have daylight time and the country will have standard time. l" believe the city people will suffer more under this plan Ithan the country will. We witl R listen to news broadcasts from 'our local stations and South Da- kota stations. We will be getting repairs etc. from Sioux Falls and Fargo, plus the fact that many nd $3,000 income would paylfarmers tell me that the city boys xa.Js at present ra~es. "Under]will have a hard time finding a this tax bill they would pay $35.- [place to hunt pheasants next 42 or an increase of 149 percent. IFall. Many of them will be post- I could show many more exam-ling their land in retaliation. pies if space .permitted. At this writing, I believe day I I light saving is settled the way the big cities want it. As you remerr- ber, I introduced a bill to do away with daylight time in Minnesota, Senator Vadheim did the same in the Senate. Both bills were the same but here the similarity in procedure stopped. In the con- servative controlled Senate, Sen- ator Vadheim was given a hear- ing on the bill, and in fairness to everybody the chairman of tee committee called for a vote and the bill passed out. Furthermore the l~ll was given a chance to be heara on the Senate floor and it passed. Thelong... PAGE THRIW CHECK WELL WATER According to the U. S. Public Health Service, records from across the nation show that water from six out of ten rural wells is unsafe. A closed pressure system is the only way to deliver germ- free water every time. 30% more GENETIC GIANT hybrid corn will be planted tiffs spring than ever before. Demand /or Genetic Giant by. ,brld grain and forage sorghum has also boon tremendous. I now have on hand the remit ~ml.l~ ~. Ig IRI ~ say $cagmm's and be Surt and the sho of it HAYES-LUCASI LUIIIBER gO. Ivanhoe, Minnesota , I I II I I I II I Auction Sale The following Household Goods and Dwelling wLrL be sold at public auction at the former Carl Buseth residence in H~n- drlcks starting at 1:30 p. m. on SATURDAY, HAY 2 Household Goods Table model Hi-FI Refrigerator 2 radios Serving cart Fans Dishes and linens l'm~r Stove New and m~ clothing Miscellaneous Items too numerous to mention 194V ~ ton plekup track Wheellm~ow Power l~wn mowe~ Garden toof~ Glwa4[e ters beds, ~ 9 of Bl@ek ,16 Of entitled 45 & ~i6 TERMS: LowellHexum, Ad~ator A $3,000 combine, leh outside year 'round, depreciates $150 a year faster than one kept in a shed when not working. In 10 years, this loss would equal half the cost of the machine. A recent university survey showed that the average farm machine lasts twice as long when properly stored. Can you afford o let the weather eat away your machine.ry investment? In less than a day you can put up the entire framing for a 40'x60' Rilco machine shed. The glued laminated wood rafters are four times as strong as nailed construc. tion--and they need no posts or braces, so every square foot of a Rilco machine shed is usable space. "Exterior% marked on every rafter, means the wood is perma. nently bonded with waterproof resorcinol glue. See us soon and let us tell you how economically you can build a Rilco machine shed. Why some combines cost q50 a year more than others dealer AI Blumeyer Canby, Minn. STECKLEY HYBRID CORN COMPANY L I need you ordered. I also have available well- adapted, high-yielding numbers for the extra seed you need. See or phone me todcry l Your Genetic Gianf