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The lvanhoe Times, Ivanhoe, Minnesota, April 30, 1959 i' PAGE SEVEN f:LASSI [OLUMNS i, WANT ADS Sa e: Livestock and Poultry 8 to 12. Mrs. Don Bartz. 48-49 Card of Thanks We wish to expTess our grati- tude to all persons who have been so kind during our bereavement To all who sent cards, flowers, who brought food or who offered assistance in any way, we are deeply grateful. A special thank- you to Rev. Wellman, Drs. Eng-- wall and Casey, the staff at the Hendricks Hospital and Nursing Home and the Methodist Ladies Aid. The family of Mrs. G. W. Soak 48X Farm Equipment Feeder pigs, trimmed. Ray Dubbeldee, Arc.. 48-49 For Sale: Top-quality, started Hy-Line White Leghorn and X- Cross pullets. We feel fortunate to be able to offer these pullets that placed in official random tests. Canby Chick Hatchery, Canby, Minnesota. 47-48 For Sale or Rent: Hereford or Angus bulls. Also eight pasture cattle. LeRoy Anderson, 2 miles east of Marble Store. 48X For Sale all season: day-old and started Toulouse and Embden goslings, $1.10 each. Started Pe- kin and Rouen ducklings, 30c and 35c. Swanjord Hatchery, 7 mi. south of Balaton. 47-48X Miscellaneous Lawn mower sharpening. Parts and repair service. Bring them in now. Leo J. Lange, Ivanhoe, Minnesota. 47-48 Garden tilling, also lawn reno- vating for seeding. Gordon Schnell, Arc.. 48-49X For Sale: I.H.C. 4-row cultiva- tor, like new, fits "400" or "Su- per-M"; Also Farmhand loader, with manure loader and hay buc- ket. Adam Helmberger. 47-8X FOR SALE Farmall MD diesel tractor, very good, $1,450.00 2 used 490 John Deere 4-row corn planters with or without fertilizer att. Very late models. 14 ft. cedar boat, fiberglass Used 490 John Deere planter, [ $250.00 Icvered" F. I. Gilson 47-48 Ivanhoe Impl. Inc. I "-~ale'-or~ On M-~ain Ivanhoe, Minnesota 47-48 street in Westbrook, a good op- portunity for beauty salon. Rea- Feed and Seeds son for quitting, poor health. In- For Sale: Baled straw. Alvin Skorczewski. 48-49X For Sale: Baled Bromus hay. Joe Ochocki. 48-49X quire of Lila Schmalz. 48-49X Get this FREE BOOKLET on SORGHUM GRASS -- new high- production high feed value for- age crop Produces heavy ton- nage of green feed, hay and si- lage. High in Vitamin A and protein, rich in sugar. All live- stock like it and do well on it. No bloat ever reported in thousandu of head of cattle and sheep. Vig- orous hybrid seed stock. Supply limited. Write today for free booklet. Jack C. Boote Farms, Box 66, Worthington, Minn. 46-48 Whether it's land, a farm, a house for rent or for sale, call 4331 and a'want ad will help you. Plant Choice High-Germinnting Seeds and you'll get the finest stand possible. Plant Trojan, the Hy-brld wffh "Ripe Ears on Green Stalks", Cho~ct grades available. In your Trojan dealer or write: TROJAN SEED CO. Olivia, Minn. For Sale: Two garden Rot.- Hoe's. One ~ew, one used. Ph. 4535 Ivanhoe. Harvey Suhr. 47-48X For Sale: Philco washer; drier; also 8'Xl0' insulated house-trail- er entranceway; boy's bicycle. George Grodzicki. 48-49X For D-X Fuel Oil, Dial 4241 25tf Notices OPEN HOUSE will be held Sun- day, May 3, from 2:00 to 5:00 and from 7:00 to 9:00 in the evening in honor of the 25th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Blanchette at their farm home 1/2 mi. west of Porter. No cards have For Sale: Red potatoes for eat- ing or seed. A.O. Anderson, 61/4 miles north of Astoria, S. D. 47-49 I /~-~ Chef /~ Gene ~,-.~ z~ Says: .~ ~" ,~ou'll Find ~/-~A~ A Wide .L~-~ Selection of Delicious Foods .... when you dine out at the Brick Manor. Each or- der gets our individual at- tention, and the food's so good ! Brick Manor Arc., Minnesota F HANSON SILO CO. LUVERNE, MINN. Manufacturers of CONCRETE STAVE SILOS CORN CRIBS and GRAINBINS Founded kt 1916 "Look For The Checkerboard Top" Write for complete lnforma~oo N~rne Addre~ II Ill .vVWWV.vwWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWVWWWWWWWWVWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWvwvww~W~WWwWWW, Is winter hibernating in your car? If winter is still hibernating like a sleeping bear in your car, let us be the "exterminators". Get your car ready for spring and summer driving with a changeover to proper oUs and greases. Just phone 2311, we'll pick up your ear and make it ready for spring and summer. LYON OOUNTY COOP OIL 00. Ivanhoe, Minnesota been sent. 48 Real Estate l For Sale: Improved farms, dif- ferent sizes. What real estate do you have for sale? We take listings. Lloyd Whipple Agency Ivanhoe, Minnesota 46tf For a maximum farm loan commitment for the purchase of a farm, refinancing a farm loan, i for operating and improvement l loans secured by real estate see US. McFarland Farm Management Service Marshall, Minnesota 40tf Services A GREEN COLONIAL FUR- NACE IS an investment, not an expense, because they last so long and are so economical. Convenient payments. Jaworski Plumbing & Heating Phone 4041, Ivanhoe 48 Hydraulic hoses, also overhead gas storage tank hoses repaired and spliced. Fleahman Motor Sales, Iwanhoe. 46tf PREVENT overheating in yam car. We clean radiators and blocks thoroughly.--D-X Service, Ivanhoe, Minn. 45-tf WATCH REPAIRING Any kind or make of watch re- paired, satisfaction guaranteed reasouable prices 6-9 DORN'S DRUG Wheel Aligning and Wheel bal- ancing. Expert reliable service. Fleahman Motor Sales Ivanhoe Cotton Mattresses converted rot. innersprings. Also inner springs rebuilt. Write Northern Mattress Co., Madison, Minn. Wanted IVANHOE SALVAGE Wanted: Junked hnd wrecked cars, trucks, tractors, radiators, batteries, and metals. Highest prices paid for all metals. For Sale: Used parts and tires. Jerome Gauquie, intersection of Hy. 19 & 75, mile west of Ivan- hoe, Phone 4601. 16tf ARgO NEWS By Mrs. Carl Parker The Arco V.F.W. Auxiliary met Tuesday evening, April 21, at the home of Mrs. Walter Gacke with 12 members present. The usual reports were read and accepted Plans were made for Memorial Day services with Mines. Elmer Johnson, Henrik Henriksen and Walter Gacke to see about the program. Motion made to ad- ourn carried. Lunch was served by Mrs. Walter Gacke and Mrs. Stanley Ostergaard. Guests at the Roy Dwire home Sunday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Madden. Guests with Mrs. Peter Ras- mussen Thursday evening were Mrs. Elizabeth Emery, Anna Ladd and Minnie Frost. Mrs. Clifford Rasmussen and Gayle and Mrs. Mannie Johnson spent the weekend with Mrs. Ne- area Rasmussen and Kathryn. They helped Neoma move into a new home. Mrs. Vern Hansen entertained on Friday afternoon and evening for her birthday anniversary. Rev. and Mrs. Elof Carlson of Ivanhoe and Mrs. Donald Zorn of Detroit called at the Robert and Roy Dwire homes Wednesday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ras- mussen and Mrs. Peter Rasmus- sen spent Sunday afternoon in the Bill Beyers home in Worth- ington. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dwire, Mer- lin and Keith spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Sonnerud of Hazel Run. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dwire and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rasmvs sen, Laurene and Cheryl, were !callers at the Rev. Elof Carlson :home in Ivanhoe Sunday evening. Thursday evening guests at the Dorthea Johnson home were L. W. Closz, John Hans, n, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pedersen, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Draper of Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Knute Lund and Linda of Lake ' Benton. RUPTURED? A Free Demonstration will be given by the Well-Known Ex- pert H. L. Hoffmann in Marshall at Hotel Marshall on Tuesday, May 5,2 to 5P.M. Over 30 years of experience with tens of thousands grateful customers to prove it. Hoffmann can help you too. A newly developed vacuum pad -- patented and registered -- holds hernia firmly in place. It's almost magic. No Surgery. No injection. No loss of time. Work in comfort and safety. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, back- ache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. Those having large ruptures which have returned after operation or injection are especially invited. HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 953 Plymouth Building Minneapolis 3, Minnesota These chicks will go to market--thanks to Sheilane Let Shell.he and a gas heated brooder do mother nature's job for you--from day-old chicks to fryers in a few weeks. Gas brooding provides perfect feathering, velvety skin texture--and appetizln~ meat. Your Shellane dealer listed below can help to get your chicks to market, ! ---I l l I~eale lend me free litefatm'e aa the autmuati be~d~$, tank h~t., .~ma~ milk ~ ~l~ ~ ~ I I w.,~ ' I ai,.i.m li.d e~ I. a iJll d d-- Si,i i Cmpi~ GROPEL'S Hardware Hank Store Ivanhoe Mrs. Robert Dwire entertained at a coffee party at her home for the committee who had given her a parcel bridal shower. On Friday Mrs. Roy Dwire ac- companied Rev. and Mrs. Carlson to Brookings, taking Mrs. Donald Zorn to meet a plane enroute to !Detroit. Mrs. Zorn is the daugh- ter of Rev. Carlson. Mrs. Carsten Madsen and daughter spent several days vis-. iting at the Donald Runge home in Sioux Falls. The ladies are sis- ters. Guests at the Roy Dwire home Monday evening were Mrs. Ma- thilda Erickson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Larsen of Lynd and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dwire. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lundberg and Randy and Mr. and Mrs. An- drew L. Johnsen spent from Monday until Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Johnson and son at Rochester and with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dressen at Green Isle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parker spent Sunday afternoon in the Walter Moeller home near Porter. Guests at the Paul Hauswedell home for dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mehling. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mehling and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Sommers and Laura Hailing of Wessington, South Dakota ;Miss Margo West of Granite Falls; Ro