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PAGE EIGHT THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, SIBLEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA Cars, Trucks FSED CARS FOR SALE All Checked and Carry G&W Guarantee Here are a few offered for sale 63 Ford 4dr Galx. 501) 63 Rambler American Demo. 63 Rambler Classic 4dr ~2 Chev. Wagon 4dr Biscayne 62 Rambler Wagon 4dr Auto Trans. 61 Pont. Bonn. Wagon 4dr. Hyra. Trans. 60 Fal~n 4dr. Sedan @0 Plymouth 2dr Sedan 59 Rambler 4dr Super Wagon 59 Ford R~n~h Wagon 59 Chev. Impala Convert. Red 58 Olds 2dr 58 Buick Convert 58 GI~C 2-ton Truck 61 GMC Tr~tctor full air 3-ton 58 Pontiac 4dr. Two of them. 57 & 56 l~Bntiacs Many Others at LOW Prices PINSKE MOTORS, INC. Buick- Pontiac- Ramber and GMC Dealers Phone 964-2281 ~AXNGTON- MINNESOTA (40-41-42) FOR SALE--'59 Chev. 4-dr. PIt 647-5357. 37tf FORD hub caps for pioneer models. Ph. 647-5357. 37tf Rentah FOR RENT: Modern down stairs apartment with gar- age. Available July 1st. Ph. 647-5970. D,aryl Johnson. , 40tf FOR RENT: -5-room down- stairs modern furnished a- partment, including heat. Phone 647-5595. Herbert Buntrock. 40-41 FOR RENT -- Modern up- stairs apartment. Garage. Available June 1st. See or call Daryl Johnson. Ph. 647- 5970. 33tf EMPLOYMENT WANTED ---Electricians -- steady work. Top hourly pay, jo~trneyman and apprentice. Znsurance paid and other benents. Bill's Hdwe. & Ap- pliance, St. Peter, Minn. p 39-40 WANTED Appliance Ser- Ylce man. Experience neces- .sary. Steady work. Insurance paid and other benefit& Bill's Hdwe. & Appliance. St. Peter, Minn. p 39-40 I SOKOTA SEED CORN DEALER Certified Hybrids Write: SOKOTA, Box 45, Plpestone, Minn. 40-43-p WANTED: Baby sitting. E1- leen Berg, Ph. 647-5783. plt GIVEAWAY: 3 pet kittens 8 weeks old. Joleen Hall. Ph. 64%2346 It HELP WANTED: Lady for general office work. Exper- ience preferred. Contact Nagel Packing Co. at Arl- ington, it I I I CENTRAL EQUIPMENT SALES AND RENTALS Portable Air Compressors attd Tools Kma l Trenchers, Cont,'ae- ~ors, Water Pumps, Con- crete Vtbrathtg, Gunnim: ~nd Placing Equipment. Ulaytem Steam Generator.;. I I ALLEN ItEDINE Phone 64%2396 Winthrop, Minn. I III roll CROP INSUUNCE your Investment against GET FULL DETAILS TODAY ELVIN NEI~ON FCIC Agent Office in ASCS Olltee Gaylord, Minn. FEED, SEED, LIVESTOCK, POULTRY and FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Used Bus Browns Trenchers with H.O. chains and trailers as low as $650. Also have rentals. Allen Hedine. 38if RIDING HORSE: Six yr. old gelding. Very well trained. See Les Meyers', Meyers Cleaners, Glencoe, Minn. 4041 COMPLETE PORTABLE FEED SERVICE In this territory every Tues- day. Wednesday and Friday. Please phone the day before. Thank You ! RURKE'S STORE AND FEED SERVICE (Land O'Lakes Feeds) Phone Stewart 562-2119 Collect, Stewart, Minn. Fernando tf SUNS~r BULK TANKS---New Low Prices. Buy Direct. Don McKIm, Hutchinson, Minn. Dist. Sales Mgr. Ph. 597-7535. 30-48p FOR SALE: Soybeans, Chip- pawa, germ. 94~ ; Merit germ. 90% and Ottawa Mandarin germ. 93%. Ph. 246-4588, Verl Koecher, La- fayette. 31 tf FOR SALE: Ready-to-Lay HY-LINE pullets raised with utmost care. We urge you to see these birds be- FOR SALE: Second cutting of alfalfa, about 30 acres. Can be cut around the 6th of July. Rufus Witte, 9 miles northwest of Winthrop. lip FOR SALE: Ottawa Mandarin and Merit scy beans, certi- fied. Ph. 647-2105, Emil Llndstrand. 38tf FOR SALE: 40 feeder pigs, 8 weeks old. Ph. 647-2346. David Hall. lip FOR S~100 feeder pigs. Dale Monson, Lafayette. p 39-40 @ FOR YOUR McCormick & New Holland MACHINES, PARTS & SERVICE @ SEE @ Zachman Equip. Co. Gibbon, Mitre. Ph. 4-4121 FOR SALE: Rotto tiller and trailer, also an oil stove. fore you buy. Price advan- [ Call 647-5565. Hilge Sam- rage for ordering early.[ uelson. 40-41-42-p Hy-Falls Chick Co., Inc., TAKE THE back work out of P.O. Box 86, Rdwood Falls, your chores: a Clay Barn :vllnn. 56283. 40-43 Cleaner; Silo Unloader and -..--. BULLS FOR RENT---g10 for as! Bunk Feeder will do this for - you. Three year financing a- :ong as you want him. Mike O'Day, vailable. Granite stave silos. ; t~'don, Minn. ,-1-61 HERD SIRES AOW--almoat any slre anywhere ean be yours thru our frozen semen service. NOW--you have everyday the greatest selection of out- standing sires Minn. Valley Breeders Co-op. has ever offered. NOW--you are breeding your fu. turs herd --- may we he~p bring you, thru your herd, pride, profit and a better way of life thru a better breeding program. SETTER CATTLE FOR BETTER LIVING Edward Gleisner, !244 Second North, New Ulm, Minn. 40i44p BECKE'S CORN SHFAJJNG & GRAIN HAULING SERVICE Phone 647-5375, Winthrop or call ERWIN PAGEL Ph. 647-5651, Winthrop or call Chas. Becke, Ph. 647-5766, Winthrop or Harry's Auto Body Shop. Ph. 647-5746. Winthrop On Your Farm GRINDIN~ & MI]ING 8F~VICE Save Time! Call Mac I S.e Winthrop Tele. 7-5584[ Low Cost Ratiozm! Mi~n. Valley Breeders Co-op. ] Prompt -- l~eiem ~ For the Best in Portable FOR SALE -- Purebred Duroc| Grinding Service--Call boars, vaccinated, out of bigJ WINTHROP HATCHERY Winthrop, Minn. Phone NI 7-5550 li~ters, champion blood lines, top quality. Champica~ feed efficien- cy breeding. Guarante,~d breed- ers. Priced reasonably. Delphin Carlson, Gibbon, Minn. 4if FOR SALE--Two l~ome sites, 75 x 142 feet. No fill required. Sewer and water. NI 7-5564. 2if IF YOU WANT to buy a[ farm or have one to sell, our Farm Brokers Multiple List- GOOD, RICH BLACK DIRT: Real Estate We can deliver good, rich black dirt any time. We haul gravel for farm roads and driveways. We also do loading and blade work, and can furnish trucks if needed. Call LeRoy Becke, Winthrop, ph. 647-5375. 38tf ing Service will be of specialr help you. If buying, let usi FOR SALE--Pureb~l Spotted show you and oc boars, g od t "" g - some of our fine l Dur o estm ze listings. Call or write Wyn sults. Don Schwecke, Gibbs_:,. Forsberg or Jim Blackstad at 25if New Ulm. 40-42 .... Miscellaneous -P AL ESTATE FoR SALE: 26-inch boys' bi- Farm, Residential, cycle. 2 new tires, just re- painted. $15.00. David Mon- Commercial son. 647-2314. ltp and Income Property INVEST in Mutual Funds. Henry A. Be gerson see Donald W. Current, Ph. 647-2153, Winthrop, repre- Realtor sentlng Imperial Financial Winthrop NI 7 5305 sexvLces, Inc., Minnetonka, Mlnn. 21 I kl FOR SALE: 160 acres good producing farm, miles SE GIVE AWAY: One year old of Winthrop. Modern bldgs. Rat Terrlor. Ph. 647-5714. & silo. Contact Clarence Orville Alsleben. tact Clarence Edlund or rdlund, Adm.. 40-41p INTEREST FOR SALE --- Several choice GUARANTEED building lots in North Ad- Winthrop State Bank dition to Winthrop. Carl Member FDIC E. Lindstrom, 647-5310 21if Winthrop FOR SALE: 3-bedroom home with kitchen, living room & The Sibley County DFL dining room on a choice party will meet in the VFW lot. Priced at $3,500 for a club room next Thursday quick sale. Marvin E. An-evening, July 9th at 8 p.m. A derson Realty. Ph. NI 7- report of the .District and 2195. 38!3940 State Convention will be giv- [ [ I REMODELING KITCHEN? en. Also a number of other Call IIEUER i items will be up for discus- Winthrop 647-5563 ] sion. Plan now 'to attend. 40-41 FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE--Choose your Phtmbar as you would your Doctor. Call a State Licensed Master Plumber. For Emergency Service Call: HEUER Len Heuer--7-5564 Plumbimz & [-ieating, Allen Jans--7-2~86 Earl Lindstrand--7-5909 % Winthrop, Minn. I'hone N 1 7-5563 Licensed. Bonded. Insured, for Your Protectmn. Your Comfort Contractor Household FOR SALE: DDT spray in bulk for killing mosquitoes. $1.00 per gallon. Bring own container. Farmers Mar- ket, Winthrop. 1,t LICENSED C A T E R I N G SERVICE for weddings, an- niversaries, dinner parties, etc. Cakes baked and deco- rated for all occasions. Cry- stal Catering Service, "where the cake a bride dreams about, comes true." Phone 647-2330. Winthrop, Minn. 38-44p CONTAINER Summer Plant- ing: Perfect, cheaper; many Shrubs, Evergreens 99c. Terrific Perennials. 7 days, evenings. Irv's Nursery, Willmar. 40141!p CULLIGAN We carry a complete line of water softeners: Home-owned $179 and up Rentals--S3 per Mo & up or you can have the Nationally known Cutligan Soft Water Se~ic~ installed in your home for as little as $3.00 per month. Call or Write --- Culligan, Gaylord. Ph. BE7-2066. 11tf Electric Wiring and Service Licensed and Bonded Phone NI 7-5~5 Winthrop Ziegler Electric Winthrop, Minnesota I 212 Nicollet Beauty Shop, lo- cated in SOuth Winthrop. Fox appointment dial 647- 5688. Hflma Ahl, Mgr. and operator. 30tf K & K Liniment relieves arthritis pains--- ask your druggist for K & K Liniment today, tf Salt For Water Softeners t * We will deliver salt for water softeners to yrmr door for only $2.00 per hundred pounds. Call or write ~ulligan Soft Water Service, BE 7-2066, Gnylord. 4ti Delivery Service To Farm Homes ALL DAIRY PRODUCTS FROM WINTHROP CO-OP. CREAMERY Delivered to your farm home. Jtmt Phone NI 7-54~0 to have the route man call on you. OUR ROUTE MEN CARRY: GRADE "A" MILK GRADE "AA." BUTTER ICE CREAM CREAM CHEESE Winthrop Cooperative Creamery Assn. by Laurel L. Olson, /~ssistant Agricultural Agent In observing corn fields that received pre-emergence herbicide treatmen~ t h i s spring we find that the re- suits are quite discouraging. We have a herbicide plot on both corn and soybeans and although it is too early to make an evaluation of the soybean plot, we also find that weed control in ottr corn plot was very poor. This, of course, almost withSut ex- ception is due to the lack oi rainfall after application. According to Harley Otto, Extension agronomist at the University of Minnesota, it is best to go in with a shallow cultivation before weeds get too t~igh to control. Rain has been received in most of the county areas this past week and we may receive some control to smaller weeds from these pre-emergence herbicides. Soybeans is one bright spot in the export market of our agricultural products. Al- though soybean production has doubled in the past de- cade, reaching 701 million bushels in 1963, experts more than tripled in the same per- iod, according to agricultural economist Reynold P. Dahl, at the University of Minne- sota. Exports of soybear~ soybean oil and soybean meal in 1962 and 1963 account for nearly two-fifths of the pro- duction. Judging from the office calls, the activity of the cut- worms has lessened some- what since the past week. However, there are some cut- worms still working and it is well to watch your fields to determine the seriousness of the infestation. Previously the biggest problem was the fact that the top soil was dry and the cutwozms were feed- ing below ground level. Now that we have some rain they should come to the surface of the soil and will be much eas- ier to control with a chemi- cal application. DDT at one and one-half pound per acre, toxaphene at one and a half to two pounds per acre, diel- drin at six to eight ounces per acre and endrin at three to four ounces per acre should give adequate control. If you intend to use your corn for silage or if it is to be fed as a forage, do not use DDT or toxaphene. This past week we in the office have been busy with our annual 4-H club tours. We are very much impressed with the ql~ality of livestock that the 4-H members have to show at the fairs. Most of the garden, potato and agr- onomy projects are also of excellent quality. There are some areas where local wea- ther conditions have prevent- ed a good stand of vegetables or grain. Our state office reports that in several areas they have had many telephone calls and letters about abnor- mal corn development. It seems that the secondary roots of the plants are not forming to give the plant adequate support. They have examined these plants and they can find no evidence of insects feeding on ei,ther the seed roots or the secondary roots. There was some sign of rotting of the roots but this did not appear to be too serious and may be Just inci- dental. They state that it is very possible that this condition has been caused by the dry soil and the secondary roots are not forming as they nor- mally would. If you examine your corn field and find this condition to be somewhat of a problem, about the only suggestion would be to culti- vate the corn so as t~ hill it as much as possible. This will tend to give it additional support until the necessary rain or moisture allows the secondary roots to develop further. Speed is a big factor in the traffic picture. About three out of ten drivers in fatal ac- cidents violate some speed law. Keep a light foot on the gas. I I NO SOFT WATER? Call HEUER Winthrop 647-5563 THURSDAY, J~ List of Vital St~.tis~ic~ re- corded in May ~964 in the otl'ice of the Clerk of Ei~trict Court. of Sibley County Min- aesota, as compiled by Robert Busse, Clerk. BIRTIIS BOYS BORN TO: h~R. AND MRS.:--- Edward H. Fischer, Gibbon Dennis F. Harms, Gibbon Robert P. Schlin~man, Belle Plaine Orren A. Rathke, Winthrop Harold J. Mueller, Arlington Ellsworth L. Ruff, Arlington Jonathan p. Luecke, Gaylord DR. AND MRS.:- Charles R. Carlson, Gaylord MR. AND MRS. :- Stanley J. Robinson, Henderson Robert A. Latzke, Gaylord Allen J. Doetkott, Arlington Roscoe O.Bonderman, Gibbon REV. AND MRS. :- Charles G. Meyer, Winthrop MR. AND MRS.:- Frederick Nagel, Arlington Victor H. Lueders, Le Sueur Donald W. Stoeckman, Green Isle GIR/.~ BORN TO MR. AND MRS. :- Sylvan L. Becker, Winthrop Roger O. Boyum, Gibbon Henry A. Albers, Green Isle Virgil C. Gehrke, Gibbon James W. Hemmingsen, Gaylord Henderson George E. Kroehler, Henderson DEATHS Caroline Bushard, Gibbon Emily Edlund. Winthrop John J. Trimbo, Henderson Julie Ann Lentz, Gibbon Arthur W. Oldenburg, Henderson Peter William Hipp, aka, Arlington William P. Hipp, Arlington Emilie Rickheim, Gayiord Milton W. Engelmann, Green Isle Harry M. Trimbo, Blakeley Alvina Polzin, Winthrop Paul Sprengeler, Gibbon Jacob Kaufmann, Arlington Ida Emelia Nora, Winthrop Euward h~ ;i:elke, Arlington Elizabeth Krcsting, WinthrOP Albert C. Miibrandt, Arlin William F. Bogatzki, Albin S. Swanberg, Ga 5IAKXIAGE LICENSE ISSUED Douglas /4. Weihe, Arling* ton, Minn.; Vivian R. Peter" man, New Auburn, Minn. LaVerne W. Rzebe. Minn.; Judith A. Gibbon, Minq. John H. Dietz, Ga Minn.; Sharon M. Henderson, Minn. David D. Peterson, throp, Minn.; Arlys M. man, Gibbon, Minn. Edward C. Reimer, lord, Minn.; Marcia A. Arlington, M~nn. Frederick H. Tripple, coe, Minn.; Donna M. ling, Gaylord, Minn. George J. Quinn, Hend" son, Minn.; Natasha A. Henderson, Minn. Robert J. Erickson, Wi " throp, Minn.; Gladys W. tire" bik, Gaylord, Mlnn. Sure, seat belts are co" fortable, whether you're drff ing or riding. They help vent fatigue when 'kept make for relaxed driving minimize sliding on the WHITMAN COIN for all denominations of and Canadian and most lish coins. Prices per formerly 35c, now 29c ead~ Let Want Ads Work For You If you have service to offer are looking for jobs Hke: Farm Custom Work Painting Farm Work Digging & Excavating The Winthrop News COMPLETE FARM WELL SERVICE WELLS DRILLED AND REPAIRED COMPLETE WATER SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT ------ FAST, EXPERT SERVICE ----- MUELLER WELL Office Phone: 237-2481 JOE MUELLER ~ JOHN HUFFMAN 237-2317 237-274~ e Kills weeds like pulling them by N:w2~:,...herb[cid.e packs thepunch of a. but ,..af, ThisUe, Ru iln broadieaf perennials Ilka Canad' .. . ~ eeo, rtela Uinaweed and Le . uacamme is consid . . afy Spurge. ~ ered non-volatile, IS essentially odorless a~ oo uewer sora8e stability than water soluble amines. No special spraying equipment needed. Apply as you Would a' 2,4-D ester. For complete control of annual weeds, get Dacamine--greatest weed killer development since 2,4-D. - IdS *Registered for use on corn, small grain and forage,crops, hayfie and fallow lands / DIAMOND ALKALI COIdPAW( Diamond Chemicals 3oou.~co...~. - Bldg. Cleveland, Ohio 44114 t RMERS WINTHROP, MINN. KARL VOELZ, MGI~