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J .--Abont People You Know--- Mrs. Frances Kotowski is spending two weeks in Ivanhoe at this time. She will return to the Twin Cities at that time and will visit with her sisters in St Paul and also with her son, Bud, and his family. She plans to re- main in the Twin Cities until Bud graduates from the University of Minnesota, College of Dentistry, in June. Diane Wood, fourth grade student at Ivanhoe school, wa~ released from Marshall's Weiner Memorial Hospital on Tuesday of this week. She had received med- ical treatment for pneumonia and pleurisy. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood. Want your bank account to grow? When you buy from Hank, it is money in the bank. Gropel's HARDWARE HANK STORE Dr. M. P. Sherin -- Dentist -- Ivanhoe Clinic Bldg. Hours: 9:00 to 5:00 p. m., Tuesdays through Satur- days. Phone 2331 for ap- pointments. Dr. D. T. Nelson Chiropractor HOUItS: 0-121 I-5 Monday thm Friday: 9-12 on Saturday DOWNSTAIRS OFFICE Hiway 75 and 8th St. No. Canby, Minnesota Phone: office 449, Hen. 266-W Dr. F. H. Rohlin Dr. L. M. Affolter Optometrists Office Above First National Bank * Marshall, Minn. Phone 5143 Optometrist DR. GORDON S. WANDS , 232 West Main Marsllall, Minnesota GnOUND-FI,OOlt LOCATION Evenmgs by ApPointment Telephone 4245 Mr. and Mrs. Milan Wisniew- ski who have been residents of the community for more than a year have moved to Brookings, S.D. They are operating a pro- duce station for Marshall Pro- duce. While they were in Ivan- hoe, Milan was employed with Diamond Oil Company and Mrs. Wisniewski was employed at Fitz's Produce and Hatchery. They are moving their trailer home to Brookings. Members of the Business class of Ivanhoe school went to Minn- eapolis yesterday. Ten of them. accompanied by Michael Hlaco, instructor, paid visits to a large bank, a business school, and if their schedule permitted, were going to visit the Star and Trib- une newspaper .building. Weekend visitors in Ivanhoe were Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Fitz- gerald and Patty Ann of St. Paul. They were guests at the Charles Fitzgerald home. On Sunday, all members of the Fitzgerald, Ge- rald Kluczny, and Ed Jerzak families got together at the Chas. Fitzgerald home. Sunday even- ing, the J.C. Fitzgerald family returned to their home. On Wednesday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Barth took Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Barth to Minneapolis where the latter couple boarded a plane to return to their home at Seattle, Wash- ington. The young couple had spent a week here, coming for the wedding of Vern's sister. Alice. Mrs. M. L. Anderson is now re- cuperating from surgery in Room 306, Bethesda Hospital, St. Paul. She will be hospitalized for a while. M. L. Anderson and his daughter, Mrs. Selina Hanson re- turned to Ivanhoe last Saturday night after remaining with Mrs. Anderson during her post-opera- tive period. GEM Theatre IVANHOE, MINNESOTA Movies will be shown on Sa- turdays and Sundays only. Sat., Sun., May 2, 3 SNOWFIRE The Wild, White Stallion Don Megowan, Molly McGowan Claire Kelly COMING May 14 to 18 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS SPECIALS for April 30, May 1 and 2 Morrell's HINCED HAU 45c LETTUCE .................................... 2large heads 29c ORANGES Hershey's CHOCOLATE CHIPS, 2~6 oz. pkgs. 49c Frozen STRAWBERRIES , 4 pkgs. 89c Fresh HOME-MADE BOLOGNA ..................... lb 55c Butternut COFFEE 2-lb. +1.29 can Semi-Boneless PORK ROAST Kegs Market We Deliver Phone 4131 L The Ivanhoe Times, Ivanhoe, Minnesota April 30, 1959 - , " , m ...... f ....................... ~- tiered and was topped with la- Living in /Vlinneapolis vender Vanda orchids and sur- rounded by orchids and greenery. For travel Mrs. Bukovich chose to wear a navy blue suit and coat with a white hat and gloves and patent shoes and purse. Her cor- sage was an orchid. The bride is a graduate of the Hendricks high school. The groom is a graduate of Martin Hughes High School in Buhl, Vir- ginia Junior College, and the University of Minnesota. People You Know Another change of addre~ was effective last week for the Times. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. DeMartelaere will be at Long Prairie for sev- eral months of work this summer. Jack Pukrop Road Contracting crew will all be working in that area for a while. Mrs. John Lindner and Eileen went to Fergus Falls last Satur- day to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lindner's uncle, Richard Gast. They drove on to Moorhead to The Basilica of St. Mary in ated a very full panel which bare- visit with the families of brothers Minneapolis was the scene of the ly swept the floor in back then of Mrs. Lindner before returning wedding of Jeanne Gorecki and rose moderately in front. The to Ivanhoe Sunday night. George D. Bukovich on Saturday, skirt was fashioned with a harem Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Fleahman April 11. The bride is the daugh- hemline. Her shoulder-length and daughter are now getting ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Go- veil was of imported illusion settled in their rented home. recki of Hendricks and the groom which was held by a half crown They are living in the residence is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George trimmed with irridescent sequins, of the late Julia Jerzak. LeRoy B. Bukovich of Buhl, Minnesota. pearl tear drops and seed pearls, arrived home Wednesday of last The Nuptial Mass began at 10:- Her pearl earrings were a gift week after completing two years 45 o'clock in the morning. About from the groom. She carried a of military service with much of 125 relatives and friends were cascade bridal bouquet made up that time spent in Germany. present to hear the Re,. Kenneth of one large white orchid sur- Floyd Danielson and Stan L. Chatelaine perform the cere- rounded by Phalaenopsis orchids Dastych attended a Boy Scout mony. The altar was adorned and edged with white hyacinth. Diocesan meeting at Redwood with four large baskets of flow.- The bridal attendants were Falls last Sunday. Stan reports ers. identically dressed in aqua silk that they learned much about St. Attendants for the bride were organza. Their fitted bodices Paul and New Ulna Diocese Ftans JoAnn Gorecki, Minneapolis, sis-were highlighted by scooped for Catholic Boy Scouts. It is ter of the bride, and Vernelle necklines a n d three-quarter planned to establish a retreat Pierce of Minneapolis. They were length puffed sleeves. Their Camp for Catholic scouts in this maid of honor and bridesmaid re. gathered skirts were very bouf- diocese. Several Clergymen from spectively. Frank Morgan, Ex- fant and back interest was creat- the diocese were in attendance, i celsior was the best man. Ma[tin ed by a tiny satin .bow on each as well as many scouters. !Virshek, Excelsior, was the skirt. Their aqua picture hats Mrs. Frank Parulski has re- groomsman. The ushers weretwere made of pleated horse hair turned to her home in Chicago, George Pagnucco ot Mmneapohs ' " ]and were trimmed in back with Illinois, after spending a week and Donald Grub~ch of Buhl o r Isatinb ws. Theycar iedcascade' at the Mike Barth hme and with After the wedding, a breakfast bouquets of a large white mum other relatives. Mrs. Parulski for about 100 guests was served edged with lavender Vanda or- came here to attend the wedding PAGE FI~E MARBLE LUTHERAN CHURCH Bruce Zelimer, Pastor Saturday, May 2: Senior Confirmation 10:45 a. m. Junior Confirmation 1:00 p. m. Sunday, May 3: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worship Services 11:00 a. m. ST. JOHN CANTIUS -- WILNO Re.. Andrew P. Wojciak, Pastor Sunday Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. Daily Mass at 7:30 a. m. Coonfessions at 4:00 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Saturdays. SS. PETER & PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. S. F. Dobrenski, Pastor Sunday Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock a. m. Daily Mass at 7:30 a. m. Confessions Saturdays at 3:00 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. i METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Kenneth Wellman, Pastor Divine Worship at 9:45 a. m. Sunday School at 10:45 a. m. * * It $ It BETHANY LUTHERAN~ARCO Rev. James Ford, vice-pastor Sunday, May 3: 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday School R. L Engwall, MD J. J. Casey, MD -- Office Hours -- 10:00 to 12:00, 1:00 to 5:00 Monday through Friday Saturdays: 10:00 to 12:00 Phone 4261 for appointments. Starting MON., MAY 4 thru SAT., MAY' 9 .A Get fwice as much for a penny more! DON'T MISS AN HOUR OF FUN FOR YOUR WHOLE FAMILY! STARRING SID CAESAR " ART CARNEY " JAYE P. MORGAN and IHE MORGAN BROTH[~ BAMBI Ltflfl and ROO ALEXANDER CLIFF HORTON +,,~o,~,oIG .... s,o, AUDREY MEADOWS Check your Te/evls;on Schedules SUNDAY, MAY 3 - NBC-TV ~o, r+ .... ~ ch .... DORN'S REXALL DRUG at the Boulevard Twins., The chids. Their pearl earrings were of Alice Barth and Robert H. Ivanhoe, Minnesota newlyweds then left on a week's gifts from the bride. Smith at Brookings on Saturday April 18. *~- ~- honeymoon to Northern Minneso- The men wore oxford grey ++arenow +o+r +i ar atio home at 3517 Pillsbury Ave. So. tonnieres. in Minneapolis. Mrs. Bukovich is The bride's mother wore a employed by Archer-Daniels-beige dress with matching hat. Midland Company as a secretary, shoes, and gloves. The groom's Mr. Bukovich is a mechanical en- mother wore a navy blue dress BETHANY-ELIM -- IVANHOE gineer for Remington Rand Uni- with a pink hat and gloves. Each Rev. James D. Ford, Pastor sac in Minneapolis. wore a large lavender orchid as atThursday' April 30: The bride was given in mar corsage. [ 8:00 p.m. Foreign Missions riage by her father. She wore a At the breakfast, Miss Lorraine [FestiVal pretty gown of frosted white silk Gorecki and Miss Virginia Buko-[Sunday, May 3: taffeta. It was of a princess style rich opened the gifts. They wore 8:30 a. m. Worship Service with a scoop neckline which was corsages of Vanda orchids, gifts 9:30 a. m. Church School daintily edged in embroidered from the bride. Mrs. Patrick 9:30 a.m. Board meeting lace and sprinkled with irrides.- Kearney handled the guest book 10:30 a. m. Morning Worship cent sequins. It had long sleeves She also wore a corsage of Van- Wednesday, May 6: which came to points at her da orchids, gift from the bride. 8:00 p.m. Bethany Friends wrists. The Watteau back cre- The wedding cake was three- Thursday, May 7: 7:30 p.m. Youth Choir 8:00 p. m. Luther League (Please Clip Out and Save) II CANBY THEATRE ^ Canby, Minnesota Your Entertainment Guide For May Friday, Saturday, May 1, 2 SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Audie Murphy, Gia Scala May 17, 18, 19 Ride A Crooked Trail Ro~lind Russell, Forrest Tucker AUNT MAMIE May 3, 4, 5 Doris Day, Richard Widmark Wed., Thurs., May 20, 21 THE TUNNEL Jack Palanee, Anita Ekberg For reasonable and first The Man Inside el~ Monument Service see *'m: LOVE Friday, Saturday, May 22. 23 your local agent. Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine F.I. GII~ON Wed., Thurs., May e, 7 Torpedo Run ............... Spencer Traey, Jeffrey Hunter The Last Hurrah SUNDAY, MONDA~, TUESDAYMay 24, 25, 26 LINCOLN Friday, Saturday, May 8, 9 Ingrid Bergman, Curt Jurgens Gordon Scott, Eve Brent INN OF SIXTH Drive-InTheatre Tarzan's Fight for Tyler, Minnesota HAPPINESS For the time being, shows will Life be presented on weekends only. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY May 10, 11, 12 Wed., Thurs., May 27, 28 Fri., Sat., Sun., May 1, 2, 3 Dramatic motion picture of Christ Richard Todd, Betsy Drake DAY OF Intent To Kill BOMBERS B-52 Friday, Saturday, May 29, 30 TRIUMPH Rory Calhoun, Beverly Garland Natalie Wood- Karl Malden Saga of Hemp Brown ................................. Wed., Thurs., May 13, 14 LAKE THEATREI Richard Eyer, Stephan MeNaliy Sun. - Tues., May 31, June 1, 2 Jeanne Woodward, Paul Newman Johnny Rocco RALLY ROUIlD HENDRICKS I Friday, Satur~iay, May 15, 16 Dan Rowan, Dick Martin THE FLAG BOYS Once Upon A Horse Friday, Saturday, May 1, Glen Ford, Ernest Borgnine in SCHEDULE Torpedo Run Fridays and Saturdays are Family Nlght~ Two Evening 8hews 7:15 and 9:15 Sun., Wed., May 3, 6 SPECIAL ADMISSIONS: Sun., Men., Tues., May 10, 11, 12 Cary Grant, lngrid Bergman in EXCEPTIONS: Only one show, beginning at 8:00 p. m., will be run May 18-19 and May ~5-~6. Come before 9:00 p. m. and moo thewhole show. 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