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!/ P&G8 EIGHT i ack Season Starts At lvanhoe School Coach John Antognozzi has started grooming his track and field squad for a number of meets which will be held in the weeks ahead. This year, the squad con- sists of few returning lettermen but Coach Antognozzi has a fine group of sophomores and juniors to help fill out his event com- petitors and build for the future. On Monday, April 27, Cotton- wood, Hendricks, MJnneota and Ivanhoe competed in a quad- rangular meet. Next Saturday, some of the Eagles are to be taken to Madison for an Invitational meet. On Dr. W. F. Ellgen -- VETERINARIAN Service rendered day or night. Office: Dial 4321 Res.: Dial 4322 IVANHOE, MINNESOTA Trucking I make pickups on Wed- nesdays each week for ship- ment to South St. Paul. For shipping one head or more of any livestock, phone 4958. Dennis Pierson Local & Long-Distance Trucking Ivanhoe, Minnesota ELECTRICAL I SERVICE I Residential, Commercial, Rural i i Gropel Hardware I OR 1 0be's;l:.ctrical I Tuesday of next week, the Li~- coin county relays will be held at Tyler starting at 3:00 p.m. Camden Conference Relays and Camden Junior Relays will be held in Ivanhoe on Tuesday May 12. District competition in track and field will take place Friday, May 15, and those eligible to participate in the regional track meet will set aside Satur- day May 23 for this event. Jack Kaczrowski, Jack Linder and Larry Dorenkamper are the 2]ree seniors counted on for aoints this year. Jack Kaczrowski is a dash man with the 100 yard dash as his speciality. Jack Lin- dner will be the hurdler for Ivan- hoe this year in low hurdles and Larry Dorenkamper will be skimming the high hurdles. Stan Andrzejek is the competitor in the weights who is counted on for points, although h~ is only a soph- omore. Juniors on the squad are James Bonczek, Francis Bradley, and Gordon Zinda. Sophomores on the cinders are o wi e Johansen, Lawrence Cherp, Bill Kaczrowski, Roger Tykwinski, Gordon Gregor, Da- vid Kohanek, Duane Pederson, Virgil Rasmussen, and Dennis Amundsen. Hendricks Wins Quadrangular Meet Hendricks won the quadrangu- lar track meet here Monday af- ternoon. They scored 78 points to win over Minneota with 57 Ivanhoe with 41 and Cottonwood Licensed and Bonded Electrician Phone Henetricks Br 5-5561 .._p,jin...?:. Ch,_ .... i * Excavating I Gravel, Sand & | Dirt Moving | DON BARTZ | Phone 2691 | Ivanhoe, Minn. | Col. Paul Hauswedeli Licensed and Bonded AUCTIONEER Write or Call at My Expemm Areo, Mlnn~ota BOND H FINE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON " Nature's flnewt bourbon There is none better ! 1 WEEKEND.SPE~ALS I i BA~rm, Ripe .............. : ....... 2 lbs. 29c | Extra | solid 11c Lm0 head | MINCED HAM, All Meat ................... ,45c I [ PORK STEAK or ROAST.....:.: ............ lb 39c Fresh Ground ." E 2 C~ [ GROUN F ]bs..~ [ S~fN~ wI~NERs,: ......... :..i::...:.2 ibs. -~' | MORRELL S BACON ............... l-lb. pkg. 45c I HASH'S COFFEE '1,29 I ....... ..... " 47c We Deliver 9 ,The lvanhoe Times, Ivanhoe, Minnesota, April 30, 1959 with 31. i vermer, was a guest at the Stever- Ivanhoe's Points [mer home here from Friday night Larry Dorenkamper of Ivan-luntil Sunday night. hoe took first in the high hurdIes Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zinda and with Lindner fifth. Jack Kacz- family of Phoenix, Arizona, are rowski was second in the 100 visiting with Dan's mother, Mrs. yard dash and D. Kohanek was Ann Zinda, in Ivanhoe, and also fifth in the mile run. with Mrs. Zinda's parents at Ivanhoe's relay team finished Pipestone, Judge and Mrs. Fran- second; Jack Lindner was fifth in cis O'Neal. the low hurdles and fourth in the * discus with Bill Kaczrowski fifthEagles Lose Two in the discus. Dorenkamper was second inDiamond Games the 880 yard run, Lindner tied fo~ Ivanhoe Eagles are finding the third in the high jump, Bruce Pc- baseball road a rough one as they derson was second in the pole meet more teams in the area. vault. Jack Kaczrowski was sec- On Wednesday of last week, end in the 220 yard dash and Bill Marshall Central Catholic routed Kaczrowski came in fifth in this the locals, 20-2. event. Thursday, the Eagles lost to Ivanhoe's relay team finished Lake Benton, 3-1. Coach Jenkins fifth in the mile relay, was more than pleased with the ---- performance of Greg Gropol, an People You Know eighth grader, who pitched for J. M. Kaczrowski attended a Ivanhoe. He allowed only three Federal Reserve Conference for hits but his mates just couldn't officers and member banks in the get hits when needed so Ivanhoe Ninth Federal Reserve District at lost. Minneapolis last Friday. Enroute --* to Minneapolis, Mrs. Kaczrowski,May 3 Set For 4-H Bobby and Ann, accompanied him as far as Mankato where theySunday In Churches spent the day with Mrs. Anton Lincoln County 4-H'ers will Weiss. When Johnny returned to observe May 3 as 4-H Sunday, ac-~ Ivanhoe Friday night, he picked cordhng to Ass't. Home Agent, up his family and brought them Jeanette Hauschild. home. Each 4-H club observes the day An~ong the out-of-town guests in the way the members prefer. at the Barth-Smith wedding o~ Members of some clubs will at- April 18 were Mr. and Mrs. Don tend a church as a 4-H group and M. Barth of Windom, Mr. and take part in the services. The Mrs. John Lewis of Mound, Mr. New Grove Club will attend ser- and Mrs. Don Loghlin of St. Ben- vices together as a group at the ifacious, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert New Grove Church on May 3. Barth of Minneapolis, son of th~ Each year this club selects a dif- late John Barth. ferent church in the community Several person from this area in which to observe 4-H Sunday attended a funeral at Milford, until all churches are visited in Iowa, on Monday when rites were this way. In some clubs, special held there for Frank H. Luchtel 4-H emblems are worn by club who had died at the age of 76. members as they attend church. Those present from Ivanhoe were Four-H Sunday is an out- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tykwinski. growth of the ancient tradition of Mrs. John Berns and Mrs. James blessing the land and the seed Tykwinski. Mr. Luchtel will be during planting tim~. It is ob- remembered as an interior dec- served annually on the fifth Sun- orator and one who decorated the day after Easter. Wilno chuz~ch at one time. He __. was an uncle of Mrs. TykwinskiDriver's License and Mrs. Berns. Henry J. Wadsworth, Sr. of St.Fee Increased Paul, father.of Mrs. Howard Ste- According to Clerk of Court ................................ James Gilronan, driver licenses ............... .-.~-wm ..... wwvvv Dr. H. R. Morgan now cost $3 in the State of Min- nesota. A law passed in the pres- Optometrist eat Minnesota legislature set I I Marshall, Minn. fees as follows: Driver license, Evenings by Appointment new or renewal, $3; permit dur- Phone 4131 ing instructional period While ~~=~'-~=~-~'-~-'-~ driver is with passenger who has ~_-_-_:-:-=-:--::-::-:-:-:-~-,~: license, $1; duplicate driver's It- Save the Most at cense, 50~. Gilronan stated the new fees went into effect April 25. Leonard Bukowski, Ed Jawor- ski May 4 ~ Keith Faulds May 5 -- Mrs. Frank Sprader May 6 ~ Lonnie Jo Herhusky, Cheryl Rasmussen May 9 ~ Dean Janiszeski, Mrs. Frances Kusnierek Railroad Changes Train Schedule Remaining on standard time. the C and NW Railroad moved schedules of trains in this area ahead by one hour. The east- Too Late To Classify For Ren t: Apartment, heat fur- nished. Call 4891 or 5471. 48If Pasture for rent. C. C. Span- ton Co., Phone 3621. 48-50 F. I. GILSON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Licensed Embalmer HEARSE SERVICE Day or Night -- Dial 2511 Ivanhoe Minnesota ZEO-RAN Water Softeners For home-owned or rent- al units, FREE water analy- sis. Also filters to remove rust, etc. Phone 336 Andy 0. Petersen Tyler, Minnesota bound 400 arrives at Lake Ben- ton at 6:02 a. m. instead of 7:02, and the westbound 400 arrives in Lake Benton at 11:06 p. m. in- stead of 12:06 a. m. Weekly Market Report Wheat .................................... $1.88 Oats ......................................... 53 Corn ........................................ 1.03 Soybeans ................................ 2.05 Flax ........................................ 2.75 Barley ..: .................................. 85 Rye .......................................... 1.07 Eggs ......................................... 21 Butterfat ................................. 61 Durward L. Pederson COUNTY ATTORNEY ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office in Courthouse Ivanhoe -- Minnesota FARMERS CALL 2011 or 4431 FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE AND RELIABLE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ED JERZAK Ivanhoe FOR BEST RESULTS SHIP YOUR LIVESTOCK TO: WEILLER g WEILLER[ COMPANY So. St. Paul, Minn. Glenview 1-1354 - 1355 Ill [ I Insurance II of tl e., I Coverage II A~A ~e~[~ ] I a all types, I 1 Real Estate II i (farm and city property) i l I Farm Loans II r I Contact II ' I Lloyd Whippleil CA~O~,mm~d ~ PFISTER I ~N~EM~ t Hybrid Seed Corn | CONSTRUCTION f NOW" | Estimates Furnished $ ~ T~. $ NIEL$ NIELSEN } ~enmsrlerson | OfficePhone'. 2021 Phone 4958 Home Phone: 4071 ~ r . ,v.,~oo .- m~e,o_ . _ : ~_. !:_ I:_._va._?:_hoe, _.~nn=::: FREEFRE PLASTIC LrrTERBAG With An Oil Change and Grease Job Offer good any time durmg the month of May, 1959. DAHL'S 66 SERVICE Where You Find All of Phillips 66 High-Quality products Phone 2261 Ivanhoe, Minn. ( ',: !, r :, 'i m,y Gamble "I ~. Yes, why gamble . . . when there's no chance of ,~ { winning? That's the kind of gambling you're involved ) ~ " in when you drive your car beyond the recommended "~ ~, Period without having the oil change~. ~ J ( Although you may use the very best motor oil, " ~, such as Phillips 66 Trop-Artic*, there comes a time "~ i ~, when the accumulation of impurities in the oil ( reduces its efficiency. ) ~" That's why lubrication experts say: the bestmotor "~ ) ~.. protection is to use the best motor oil, and change it ,~ ( every 1,000 miles under average around-town driving t~ conditions. "~ ) ~, Be sure to let your Phillips 66 Dealer change oil < ( for you on schedule. ) *A trademark Dahl's Service, Ivanhoe, Minnesota ~ Ruthton 0ilco., Ruthton, Minnesota ~ MORE FARMERS have planted DEKALB CORN f or 19 straight years thavk ANY OTHER HYBRID CORN THE JOB ! There is a big demand for DeKalb! Walter Fehrman Ivanh~e, Minnesota Legal Notices ORDER FOIl HEARING ON FINAl* ACCOUNT AND PETITION Felt DISTRIBUTION State of Minnesota,) SS. County of Linco3n) 1N PI~OBATE COURT In Re I~state of Frank ]~laszak, De- cedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distri- bution to the persons thereunto en- titled; It Is Ordered, That the hearinff thereof be had on Tuesday, May 19th, 1959. at 10 o'clock A. M., before th.i$ Court in the probate court room ~n the court house in Ivanhoe, l~llnneso- ta, and that notice hereof be given bY publication of this order in the Ivan- hoe Times and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated April 21s~, 1959, (Probate Court Seal) T CDINTOq~ C. CRUMLET . Probate Judge M)KI~ 1'..%C[-[A~FER, Attorney for Petitioner [vanhoe, Minnesota 47-49 OIIDER FOIt liEAR1NG ON PETI~ TION FOIL PBOBATE OF ~VILI,, I,I M I'i'IN(; TIME TO FILE CLAIM~ AND F'OR I|EAR- ING TIIEREON State of Minnesota,) ss. Connty of Lincoln) In Re Estate of L. H. Carr, Dece- dent. L~wrenee Carr having filed a pe- tition for the probate of the Will of said decedent and for the appoint- ment of I~dward J. Carr as Execu- tor. which W'ill is on file in this Court and open to inspection; It is Ordered, That the hearing thereof be had on Tuesday, May 12, 1959. at 19:00 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room in the caurt house in Ivanhoe, Min- nesota, and that objections to the al- lowance of said will, if any, be filed before said time .~f hearing; that the time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be lian- lied to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on Tuesday, August 18, 1959, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room in the court house in Ivanhoe, Minneso- ta, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order in the Ivanhoe Times and by mailed notice as provided by laW. Dated Apri~l 13, 1959. (Probate Court Ses2) CLIN"r~ C. CRUMLETT. Probate Jud~ge DUI~WARD L. P~i~D]!}RS~I"~, Attorney for Petitioner Ivanhoe, Minnesota 46-48 MINUTES Ol~ MEI~PINU IVANHOE VlLl~kGt~ COUNCIL APRIL T, 19gd~ The Tvanhoe Village Council met in regular session at the Pu~P House. Mayor Leonard Spanton ca[t" ed the meeting to order. The following members answered to roll call: -- John E. Lindner. l~ki- ward Fier, Harla~u Fleah man. b.J. Mucl~linski and Leonard Spanton. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved, . Upon motion by Ltndner, seconded b~ Fler and carried the Liquor Re- port was accepted as read. It was moved by Fleahman, see" and to supervise construction of Iron Removal Plant as per their agree" merit on file. It was moved by Fleahman, sec: ended by Fier and carried to instal~l TYpe VO-20 Westinghouse Lights ab~ the following locations: Ninety (90) feet south of the lnter~ectlon of the east ,line of Hubert Street and soutB line af t~llrdad Street, at the inter: section of the east line of ~her~rOOa ~treet and the south line of Rail" road Street, at the inter~ectiOn of the west line of Rebecca Street and the south line of Rowe~ Street, at the intersection of the south line of Saxon Street and the west ~llne of Wallace Street and aP" proximately 350 feet east of the i9 tersection of the east ,line of Bruce Street and the north line of Rowe~& Street. "ed bY Upon motion by Fler, .secone _ I~leahman and carried the followin~ bills were allowed: ~ ~-~ To Whom For What " A~$ F~. Phillips & Sons Co. Liq- "4 uor ................ '- .... $2,732.~ Old ,Peoria Co., Inc., Liq- _. uor .............. 1 432 "~ Distillers Dlstr ibu-tlng--Co~, ' *1 Liquor .................. 831.0 lvanhoe "I'mes, Publishing Financial Statement, rain- _. utes, ordinances ..... 348.7o Lynn Johnson Co., Liquor[[ 314.70 Otter Tail Power Co., Light .,, and power ............... 250.~a Miller-Davis Co,, Liquor _ .~ store supplies ........... 138.~. Glen ~. Dorn, Paint ........ 131.~ Kaiser Beverage Co., Beer_ 106.~ Haye~-Lucas Lumber Co., Material & labor for park "9 t~bles ................. 93,~ Ml~l:West WJne Co., Wine-_ 89.0~' Alex I.~ Cherp, ,I~bor on _ .~ streets .................. 80.av Ivanhoe Liquor Store, Sup- -" 9~ primes & ,freight ........ *~*'~1 Joe Van den Berghe, Beer[[ 65,~.' Gror~g Salem Co., Beer ...... 5~;~ Walter S. Booth & ~Son, Jus- ^^ aS ttee Court suplYlies ..... __ z~." Central Telephone Co., Rent . ~5 & tolls ........ 24,v Cxropel Ha r d w-~ r e,- - So-t-t] e d ""O0 ~as & suPlMies .......... ~, Darwin Nielsen, Snow re- _.o3 moral ................. ;~-.~ Bankers Life Co,, Group-In- -- a5 surance Premium ........ 1~.~ Peter ~Rednarek, Snow re- _ ~a v~oval .................. 17,a~ PIDestone Beverage Co., ~ .- ~0 J~eer ......... ~ ~"O l.eo Zevza.k, ~ow--r~v~t] 1300.0 I~ J. Muehllnski, Postage _ .0.V Leo Bednarek, L~tbor & ms- 9~0 terial~ ........ :__ ....... ~ Wan. Hultz, Mutemais ...... Elrvla L. Johnson, Board of &~0 P~eoaera ............... "J~he: ~atlonal Cash Regietee pa~P., '~lqUor~t~e ~mppUe~ ul Balzer, L~J~or on st~-eets ' Upon ~notlon by Fleahman, ed by IMndner and carried the ing adjourned. Clerk