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PAGE SIX The leashes Times, Ivanhoe, Minnesota, April 30, 1959 f ...... PORTEB Mrs. Carl Parker Pupils of the Porter school en- joyed an outing Thursday when grades 4-8 and their teachers Mrs. Orval Odegaard and Mrs. Arthur Mikelson, accompanied by Mrs. Lottie Berghe and three pupils of rural, Mrs. Paul Dybsetter, Mrs. Walter Larson, Mrs. Clarence Nomeland and Mrs. Ted Nelson left early by chartered bus for Minneapolis. Points of interest visited by the group were the Fannie Farmer candy factory, the Ford plan1, Come Park where they ate lunch, Fort Snelling, Wold Chamberlain Airport and Southdale. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strampe of Chandler called at the Bern/Toov home Friday of last week. Tuesday supper guests last week at the Harlan Esping home were Ray Christianson and fam- ily. Evening guests were Mr. ~and Mrs. Ervin Esping and Ellen. get season long Mr, and Mrs. Carl Nemitz of St. Louis Park and Mrs. Agnes Gjovig of Canby were dinner guests Sunday, April 12, at the Arthur Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alleckson and family of Taunton were din- ner guests at the Frank Goslar home Sunday of last week. The following were breakfast and 5 o'clock dinner guests Sun- day, April 19, at the Maurice Chaplin home in honor of Mau- ricb's first communion: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klekacz and Emily, Irene Daniels and Ann Zinda of Ivanhoe, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Broughiem and Dick Urbanski of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Don Logh- l/n, Chris and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis of Mound. Rhonda Goslar celebrated her birthday April 15 with eight of her girl friends at a party at her home after school. Other guests were Mrs. Bertha Schenk, Mrs. O rv~l Odegaard, Mrs. Clarence Nomeland and Mrs. Grace Adams. WEED CONTROL in Corn with one application of SIMAZINE* 50W PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE economical- bw Redue~ needforG~lt~. , ~ snd mokh~. h ~ dsnmp to corn nN4s. Apply Simezlne 50W at plantiN~ time--forget weed problems ell sea- son. See your farm sup- ply dealer today for Simszina 50W herbi- cide-another out- standing product of Geiw research. Write for free brochure. e,,~ |S s t~msrk of Oell~ O~mlrel 13m~rlUon INsgcrlcIGt$ ORIOUHArOR# OP ~ OOr AQRICULTURAL CHEMICAL8 Division of ~y Chem/vml Corporaffon Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, N,Y. I II II The first, second and third grades accompanied by the pri- mary teacher, Mrs. Ivan Nelson, and Mrs. Alvin Evjen, Mrs. Frank Goslar and Mrs. Donald Ander- son spent most of the day in Mar- shall, making the trip in the Por- ter school bus. Places of inter- est there included the Coca Cola bottling works where each visitor was given a bottle of Coca Cola, and a guided tour of the plant was conducted during which a movie on the famous beverage was shown and the year of its or- igin which was 1886 in Atlanta, Ga. A ruled pencil tablet was given each guest as they left. The airport was visited where the children had the opportunity to sit in a twin-motored plane and were permitted to see the air- planes in the hangar and the plane that recently crashed neaz Wood Lake. Then to Schwann s Dairy where they were shown through the plant and saw how Imilk is pasteurized and homogen- ized. Each visitor was given a whirl-a-whip. The city park pro- vided a playground for a time af- ter their lunch period; then they drove out to see the East and West Side grade schools, Holy Re- deemer School, Wiener Hospital I and the swimming pool. On theI return trip they stopped in Min-J neota to see the new school there. I The Porter Parent Teacher As-I sociation met at the school Men-I day evening, April 20. Dr. JohnJ Myers of Canby gave an inter- esting talk, stressing the impor- tance of protective immuniza- tions. The first and second grade pupils entertained with several musical selections and finger plays. A piano solo was given by Rachel Evjen. A short business meeting was held during which election of officers took place with the following results. Paul Dybsetter, president; Donald An- derson vice-president; Mrs. Lynn Tempt, secretary and Mrs. Ernest Thomsen, treasurer. At the con- clusion of the meeting lunch was served by Mmes. Lloyd Westphal, Walter Larson and Bert Hanson. CORN . United-Hagio givm you the yield that counts ..."More Shelled Weight Pr Acre." Ears don't drop o~ . . . deep, heavy kernels shell out strong . . Frontier hybrid Jorghunm from Kamms, "Sorghmn ~pitol o! thD World." Uni. form plants produce more grain . . . stay up through combining. HOFFMAN HDWE. & IMPL. CO. ' lvanhoe mad I S I Who Lives On This Farm? by Paul's Studio, Hendrleks SPRING SERVICE m~us several s~vi~es must be performed on your car. We check such items as the manufacturer recommends, aeeo~ding to the mileage of your car, and thus you ave ~re~ of the e~ele~t I~,~lorma~ee You l~mve a rlght to expect. NOW is the time snow and mud tires, and while ~fe are doing this, you may want to take of scm~ of our pri~es on genuine Firestone tires. m~ Froble~n for you when you make it D-X SERVICE. Use the Oit: Company Ivanb e Mr. and Mrs. Bernt Toov ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Warren Toov, Allen and Linda to Chand- ler a week ago Sunday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strampe. Mrs. Walter Squashingroff and Mrs. ~aurice Chaplin called on Mrs. Ed Halloway Friday morn- ing to wish her a belated happy birthday. A week ago Saturday night Al- len Toov of Ivanhoe stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Bern/Toov. ing specialist at the University of Minnesota says stockers and feed- ers have been running higher in price this spring than last au- tumn. This is especially true with high-quality animals. It'.~ doubtful, though, whether this strength in prices will continue into summer and fall, especially if dry weather continues in the range and producing areas. There will probably be some seasonal decline in feeder prices, but they won't go much below last fall's levels. with Arnold (:Ioossen County Agent MANY MORE Lincoln County farmers are planning to plant corn for the second or more suc- cessive year on the same field Problems of root worm and root rot may occur if preventive mea- sures are not taken. Aldrin and dieldrin are two insecticides which are used effectively in dif- ferent application methods. THESE AND other chemicals are also used to control wire- worm and cutworm problems. For further information on ap- plying chemicals and using effec- tive methods request Extension ~ruLtetin 263, "Insecticides" or Extension Folders 170, "How to Control Wireworms" or 71, "How to Control Cutworms". SEED TREATMENT is impor- tant, but it's also wise to heed this precaution from Harold Pe derson, extension marketing economist at the University of Minnesota. If you have any wheat treated with mercury compounds left over after seeding, either des- troy it or put it in labeled bags. Such treated seed is poisonous. Food and Drug Administration regulations prohibit use of this grain as livestock feed or for any mixture destined for human con- sumption. THERE ARE FOUR big advan: tages in pre-emergence wee~ spraying. According to Harley Otto, extension agronomist at the U. of Minn., the advantages are: (1) planting and chemical appli- cation in one operation; (2) has less damage to the crop; (3) con- trol of weeds at early stages when competition is important; and (4) possible delay of the first culti- vation. BETER NOT BE TOO eager to contract for fall delivery of feed- er cattle at prices much above last fall's level. Kenneth Egert- son, extension livestock market- Mud and massive loads stop other Royal Rainbow The April meeting of the Ro:~ al 4-H club was held at the school- house and the Good Grooming contest was the main event of the evening. Judges selected Frances Stoffel as the winner among those over 14 years of age; Beverly Stoffel and David Pedersen were win- ners among those under 14. Club members participating in the ,bread project brought bread to be judged by Mrs. J. Haus- child and Barbara Marti. Monica Jerzak and Beverly Wallace re- ceived blue ribbon winners. Frances Stoffel gave a demon- stration on "Figuring Bread Costs". Nadine Carr demonstra- ted, "As-You-Like-It Frosting". Lunch was served by Mrs. Eddie Carr. Dwires To Compete In Angus Show Roy G. Dwire & Sons of Arco will be among the 35 Aberdeen Angus Breeders consigning Reg- istered Angus Cattle to the Min- nesota Angus Breeders Annual Spring Show and Sale to be held at Pipestone, Saturday, May 2. The Dwires will compete in the show ring Saturday morning for the Grand Champion bull and fe- male awards. Ralph Kuhr, Blair, Nebraska, will be the auctioneer. Dr. O. C, Wilke Optometrist Lawrence Bulldln~ (Over Moore Electric) Marshall, Minn. Phone 2395 I CONTROLS WEEDS IN CORN Come in or phone for this new kind of weed killer-with a new kind of kill. ORiOINATORS OF effective control of annual broadleaf weeds and ~rasses safe to humans and animals pre.emergeflce application one application controls weeds for about 3 months IVAHHOE IMPLEMENT, INC. Ivanhoe, Minnesota tr oks - but not this Chevy! iv. F. Kirchner, cement block manufacturer of St. Ann, Me., has this to sau about his Chevy 10703 tandem/ "Fullu loaded we're up over 40~00 lbs. GVW and at most excavation sites we have to move through soft sand and mud... MU driver tells me he always gets thrbugh, too, even where other, bigger trucks can't make ftl" Statements like this are typical of Chevrolet truck owners across th~ country. Their enthusiasm for Chevrolet's "kit-up-and-go" is well founded in fact--they've seen how Chevy tames their toughest jobs in record time. For l)our own tough trucking jobs, you'll find Chevrolet has all that it takes, and then some, to get the work done quickly and economically. With stamina to spare, Chevrolet truclm keep on the go day after day. Powerful engines haul maximum loads-- hold fuel and maintenance ex- penses to a minimum. And Chevy's solid build keeps cabs and bodies tight through years of work. For the right truck and com- ponents to handle your tough job, contact your local Chevrolet dealer. He'll prescribe the correct cost-cutting Chevy combination that'll make your toughmt job look easy. N6 job's top tough for a Chevrolet tz :mkl WATCH FOR REXALL'S 2 BIG EVEHTS! Sunday, May 3--NBC-TV ANOTHER GREAT slor~ing Sid Caesar, Art Carney o~d en ALt. STAI Cost Monday, May 4 thru Sat., May 9 --2 for the price of one a penny! PRESENTED ~Y YOUR ~ DRUGGIST Dorn's Rexall Drug Tyler Auto: Company Tyler, Minne ta FEED IO HEAD IN lO MINUTES Silo Unloaders P & D SILO UNLOADERS han- dle hard packed and frozen silage. Large capacity. A boy can feed 100 head in 10 to 15 minutes. 30 days free trial on money back guarantee. Also heavy duty au- ger bunk feeders. 4 mill plastic silo covers, 2c sq. ft. See Mehrin Lambrecht Lake Benton. Minn.