The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 4, 1974 · Page 5
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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Saturday, May 4, 1974
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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED ATTENTION HIGH school or for a high school or college student l?*'.T? <or ""Mime stock work Must be neat in appearance and be willing to assume responsibilities r£? y rrl ,£TS" to Scolls F »rnily Center, 130 W. Cavwjr Ave. An equal opportunity employer. WANTED MAN to drive tractor for spring work. Arnold Bulh 847-2547 Rottisay, Minnesota. SALESLADIES WANTED- Housewives, Married or single individuals interested in permanent full-time employment with excellent working conditions Top starting hourly wage, many company benefits, and a chance to meet the public and become a pan of a fine o'rganization. Scotis Family Center is the place for you Yes!!! Scott's has on opening for a full-time year round sales person Experience is helpful but certainly not necessary. We will train you in all phases of sales work, merchandising and display. Immediate opening is available now. Why not fill out your application today by applying to Mr. Nelson, Scotts Family Center, 130 W. Cavour Ave An equal opportunity employer. IMMEDIATE OPENING Part-time custodian, permanent position, varied shifts. Contact Mrs. Stich at 734-5475, ext. 225 on Monday for appointment. RJLL-TIME WAITRESS wanted, day shift. Apply Normandy Cafe. MORNING COOK from 4 a.m -1 p.m., will train competent individual. Combination dishwasher and kitchen helper, 3 p.m.-11 p m Wednesday through Sunday. Apply al the Otter Tail House, Southwest shore ot Otter Tail Lake. 844-5044. HELP WANTED. Welders, general laborers for irrigation, manufacturing and set-up Bonanza .Valley Irrigation Co., Brooten, Minn. 56316. Phone 612344-2381. WAITRESS NEEDED for summer. Apply at Balmoral Pavilion or call 844-5033 after 1:00 p.m. WANTED: FEMALE gas station attendants, with mechanical ability. Write Box 244R, Fergus Falls, Minn. NEEDED TWO sales people to represent Future Homes Inc., Fergus Falls. Great opportunity, must be over 21 years or older, should have sales background, but not necessary. To help your friends and neighbors to acquire good low cost housing. Good drawing account against commission plus hospitalization. See Jack Bishop at Future Homes, Highway 210 W., Fergus .Falls, Minnesota. 1 FULL-TIME and I part-time wash man, year around work. Apply to Thorn Linen Service, Fergus Falls. H °* WOULD you like to »,_,_ '" "ome , n the law enforctmwt ! -1' you can qualify we have 103 "Xles in North Dakota to be No experience required, 19 .furnished. Excellent —"-"I'S. including meals, lockjino, medica land dental plan, annual M day paid vacation. This is first come first serve. Call today. Chuck SB 8 ™! X*?* Army Opportunities fodl f" 1hl5 »rea. 734 4580, call TRUCK DRIVER Over the road experience necessary, 23 or older, home most weekends. 8438551. SALESGIRL WANTED for full-time work. Apply in person before 1 p.m. Cox Bakery. WANTED: REGISTERED nurses, licensed Practical nurses, lor 71 bed unit. Apply to Pelican ValKfy Health Center, Arthur D. Brown — Adm., Pelican Rapids, Minnesota 2188633111. FOR RENT FOR RENT: Office Space, 109 N. Court. Vern Youngren, 7347551. APARTMENT RENTALS. Call Bakken Construction Co. 6-5245. NEW BROADWAY apartments. 1 and 2 bedroom. Includes dishwasher, disposal, appliances, extra closets, saunas, exercise rooms, and garages. 623 W. Fir. 7342419. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT in a four plex, private ground level entrance. Stove and refrigerator and heat and water all furnished for 1155.00. Call Doug Bietz or Lee Jensen at Jensen Realty, Inc. 218 7344812. 2 BEDROOM furnished apartment, Close-in, to sub-lel for summer months. Available May 15. Call 7392413 after 5 p.m. COMPLETELY CARPETED furnished ! bedroom apartment, 511 Northern. 736 7209. SPORT ING GOODS OPEN HOUSE PICKUP TOPPERS, custom built to your sptclficatlons. As tow as (169.50. Becklund Rian Oil «nd Marine. BOATS) BOATS! BOATS! Evinrude motors. Lund, Glastron and Mirro-Craft boats. Shore Station boat hoists, and docks. Dunker's Marine, Battle Lake. Phone 218-S64 8183. BATAVUS BICYCLES. Quality 10 speed. Buy now al Big Woods Yamaha, Highway 59 South. BETHANY, SCAMP trailers, pickup toppers, camping supplies, sales, rentals. Gerald Benson, 218734 5135, 2187399082. MOTORCYCLE PARTS: Stock, custom and chopper, all makes and models. Arvin's Shop, 826 4133. OPEN HOUSE An Open House Shower will be h°^j" ( T Ii nil ? Lu1heran Church in honor ol Mr. & Mrs. Neil Pelerson, WANTTO BUY or* ay 10, 8:00. Everyone welcome. JOURNAL ADS bring results! NORWEGIAN ' DECORATED trunks, boxes, bowls, etc. Top prices paid Wrile Mrs. B W Shellum, 233 2nd Si S.E.. Madelia, Minn. 56062 Fergus Falls (Ml.) Joirial Saturday, May4,1974 9 Junior Editors'Quiz on LOST & FOUND LOST: BLACK Poodle puppy, male and not cut. Reward! 66752. WANTTO BUY INMEMORIAM WITH EATON CORPORATION Must be knowledgeable on electrical controls, electrical schematic reading so as to perform effective troubleshooting. License required. MACHINE REPAIR Must be experienced in industrial machine repair, metal removal, machinery overhaul, some welding work and be knowledgeable to be effective in trouble-shooting involving hydraulics. EATON CORPORATION Char-Lynn Plant 15151 Highway No. 5 Eden Prairie, MN. £12-941-2800 An Equal Opportunity Employer [BUSINESS OPPOR. ATTENTION RV Dealers: This area now opened up lor Idle-Days toppers and Idle-Time Campers. We build solid, top quality covers. We're located in N.E. South Dakota so freight rate is low. Kruse Manufacturing, Bryant, South Dakota. 57221. Phone (605) 625 3734. WOMEN'S WEAR DALTON SPORTSWEAR Now in at the Clara B. Wright Shop, River Inn Hotel In Loving Memory of mm mm Who Passed Away One year ago May 5. This month came back with sad regret It brings a day we won't forget. You fell asleep without goodbye But our memories of you will never die. We miss you more than anyone knows. As each day passes our emptiness grows. No one knows the grief we bear. When our family meets and You're not there You left so suddenly your thoughts unknown But left us memories we are Proud to own. Sadly missed by Albert Ladwig and family FOR SALE: 1973 350 Honda street, 1,800 miles, excellent condition. 816 W. Summit. 734 2283. U' TROJAN wood boat and trailer, also 25 horse Johnson tor bale. Reasonable. Will sell separately. Phone 7346772 alter 6 p.m. EVINRUDE AND Chrysler sales and service. Johnson Repair Shop. 7343949. FOR SALE: Used runabouts and fishing boats: 16' Crestliner, fiberglass with 75 h p. Evlnrude and trailer, S595.00; 14' Brunswick, fiberglass with 40 h.p. Johnson and trailer, S795.00; 16' Larson fiberglass runabout, (395.00; 14' Richline aluminum runabout, $350.00; 15' Chrstliner, aluminum runabout, 1395.00; 14' wood runabout, J95.00; 12' Lund aluminum fishing boat, 5175.00; 12' Crestliner aluminum fishing boat, $200.00; 14' Alumacraft fishing boat, (225.00; U' fiberglass fishing boat, (175.00. Sportsport, New York Mills, Minnesota. (218) 385-2002. FOR SALE: 17' Starcraft boat with inboard, outboard. One 28' pontoon with cabin and 55 horse Johnson. One paddle boat. E. B. Brogard, Kenning, Minnesota. 583-2476. FOR SALE: Sale and bridle. Call 7399112. BABIES WANTED! Skunk, coon, lox, coyote, etc. Top prices. Robert Taylor, Perham. 218 146 4983. LIVE FOXES wanted. Buying Mondays, Wednesdays and ,!™ davs - No man 9 e o r cripples, JIO.OO each delivered here. 4 miles Eastpf 108 Orville Faltin, Pelican Rapids, Minn. CROSSWORD PUZZLE WANT TO buy: Boards and planks Phone 736 5841. WANTED: USED ponloon lift. Phillip E. Bolme, Colfax, N. Dak Telephone 701-S53-8705. WANTED: THREE 8' to 15' blue, white or black Spruce trees, maximum i" al stump, to move. Call Al Seltz, 67166. WANT TO buy: Fishing boat, 12' or 1J-. Phone 7363353. CHICORY ROOT AUOSS 1. Spied 4. Criticized 8. Blue grass 11. Self-image 12.Circle of light 13.Cover 14. Robot play 15. Monogram 17. Usury 19. And: Lai. 20. Capital 23, Twitching 26. Famous uncle 29. Dispatched 30. Mite 32. Grog RUMMAGE SALES SPORTING GOODS GUNS REBLUED professionally and reasonably at Vore's, 320 West Lincoln, Fergus Falls. POLARIS SNOWMOBILE sales and service. Bjone's Minnow Service, 150< East Ml. Faith. Phone 7367828. MOVING SALE: 9 x 12 Karistan nylon shag carpet, soft blue, fringed, not worn; Flex-a-lounge figure control, never used; Snyder exercycle; 3 drawer maple dresser and mirror, very good condition. Dale Klaessy, Battle Lake, Minn. 867 8977. GROUP RUMMAGE sale: Men, women and children's clothing; many items like new; good selections of knick-knacks and misc. 9 to 5, Monday, May 6, 1025 North Broadway. No early sales please. SHOPPERS GUIDE To Your INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS SEE YOUR FAMILY MORE OFTEN Run MID-AMERICA WE HAVE THE BUSINESS, WE NEED YOU LEASE YOUR TRACTOR TODAY! CALL US COLLECT ANDERSON TRUCKING 203 COOPER AVE. NO. ST. CLQUD, MINNESOTA PHONE 6122524351 TYPEWRITERS. Lundeen's. A-LWAYS B-Sure C-Suhr. NOTICES 34. Division of time 35. Cloth strainer 37. About 39. Priority 45. Diamond Stale 47. Age 48. Chopping too! 49. Goddess of discord 50.Estop 51. Jinx 52. Charter 53. Wise bird DOWN 1. Helot 2. Malaria WANTED SAUSAGE sluUer in good condition lor home use. Call 736 3958 days. QUICK and EASY — Journal Want Ads are the least expensive way lo sell almost anything! EQBEE SHE _ ass ass cans sanaa DEB iOTER lAiSIHllsl DEB QHtSHE EQHU KJHQ SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE CHICORY f^OOT MAY A 3 ow d Men's waar 5 Turner u n " 39 feature Par time 32 rain. 8. Pre-airanged 9.Salad ingredient 10. Classified section 16. Promissory .notes 18. Engineering degree 21. Nucleic acid 22. Boil on the eyelid 23.toop and knot 24. Eskimo 25. Fixed idea 27. land measure 28. Greek letter 31. Variable star 33. Bashful 36. Conduit 38. Iron symbol 4u.Woiry 41.5hanVanVocht 42. Biblical mountain 43. Gullet 44. Nobleman 45. Burmese knife 5-4 46. English river QUESTION: U'/w, IA cliicoir' * * * ANSWL-;R: Chicory is Jii attractive perennial wildflower of. the Composite family of plants. It originated in l-urope hut is now abundant in the United States. The lipht blue flowers grow along stiff branching stems I to 5 foot high. It is almost leafless except for a rosette of toothed leaves al the base. The foliage closely resembles that of the dandelion. The large blue flowers open in the morning and soon wither in the summer sunlight. Chicory has become so plentiful it is sometimes considered a weed. Chicory has a deep tap root containing a milky substance. The dried root is ground and sometimes used as a coffee substitute. The Spanish and French like ground chicory mixed with coffee. The roots of young plants are cooked as a vegetable. The leaves are used as an herb and for salad. Chicory has a cultivated relative, endive, a salad plant with a strong, somewhat bitter taste. 5-4 (Terry Karr of Esko. Minnesota, wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed 'on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) HAGARTHEHORRIBLt Good Health By Dr. George C. Thosteson HOW TO DIAGNOSE AN ITCH I BUY. sell and trade all kinds of antiques. M. H. Dahlen, Rt. 5. Phone 734 4747. HIGHEST RATES on insured savings. Fergus Falls Savings 8. Loan. HEIRLOOM GALLERIES: Antiques, gifts, collector's items, art work. Natural Food Depart menr. Ph. 736 7634, 213 E. Summit. MERZ GIFT, Antique Shop, 1 mile north on Jewell Lake Road 734. 4011. WANTED: MINNESOTA Registered Nurse to work 6 weeks with the Migrant Program con ducted through the wilkin County Public Health Nursing Service. Employment begins June 3. Must have a car. Salary plus mileage reimbursement. Contact Wilkin County Nursing Service, Box 127, Courthouse, Breckenridge, Telephone 643 4722. STATION ATTENDANT Oiler Tail Co Op Oils, Fergus Falls. HELP WANTED: Part time checkout clerk. Apply in person to manager. Fleet Farm. MEET ME at Lundes Cafe. HAVE YOU tried the wild rice witf mushroom gravy at Stub's? Spider Trio entertaining Saturday night. POLISH SAUSAGE and sauerkraut dinner special. OnlyS1.65. Tuesday, May 7. Becker's Supper Club. I WISH to announce that I am now located at 122 E. Washington Ave. under the name Vern Fuhrman Agency, formerly with Smedsrud Lunde-Fuhrman Inc. I will continue to serve you in fire, auto, life and casualty insurance. My telephone number is 7346978. WE WILL be open Mother's Day, May 12. Becker's Supper Club. CLOSING NOTICE: Doctors Walter Christiansen, Wallace Cote, Roger Nelson, Frederick Theurer of Fergus Falls and Richard Kratzke of Battle Lake will be closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 9, 10, and II to attend the Minnesota Chiropractic Association State Convention at Arrowwood Lodge, Alexandria. ORWELL TOWNSHIP will accept bids to rebuild 1 mile of road on South line, Section 10 of Orwell Township. Bids to be in by May 10, 1974. We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Gordon Johnson, clerk. ORWELL TOWNSHIP will accept bids on crushed or screened gravel lo be spread in the amount of 3,000 more or less yards. To be taken Irom Ihetown pit. Bids lo be in by May 10, 1974. We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Gordon Johnson, clerk. Auction Directory THURSDAY MAY 9 - OSCAR A. MAKI, 2 J ,1 .miles Southeast of New York Mills. 12:30 p.m. Jerry 4 Ray Barthel, auctioneers. (Farm Machinery) FRIDAY, MAY 10 — NORRIS NELSON, 4V4 miles North of Underwood on Anna Lake. 6:30 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Lake Equip, t Misc.) SATURDAY, MAY 11 - OTTILLIE HAARSTICK, Erhard. 1:00 p.m. Norman Solum & Dean Sillerud, auctioneers (Household 4 Antiques) SATURDAY, MAY 11 — GEORGE LEITCH, 8 miles Northwest of Battle Lake. Warren E. Beckman, Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneers (Farm) SATURDAY, MAY 11 — ELMER WAGNER, 5V4 miles North of Brandon, 1:00 p.m. Ray Torgerson and Al Roers auctioneers (farm machinery and household). SATURDAY, MAY 18 - WALTER UDEAN, 1 mile South of Battle Lake on Highway 78 and 2 miles East. 1 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Farm Machinery) TUESDAY, MAY 21 - ALBERT NEUBAUER, Section 13, Orwell Township, 12:30 p.m., Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Furniture, Tools) SATURDAY, JUNE 1 - EDWIN HAARSTICK, 2'A miles North of Fergus Falls, Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Farm) **** Dear Dr. Thosjeson: I am a boy, 16, and have a rash similar to "jock itch" except the skin has darkened to a light brown. Occasionally there are pimple- like sores. They itch, too. The itch is unbelievable and will not go away. I have used talc, medicated powders, creams, ointments, alcohol and peroxide and nothing even dents the problem. Perspiration is a yellowish color. I have had this for a year but I just couldn't go to a doctor. Please try to diagnose this and advise some kind of medication. — C.W. I can sympathize but it would be utterly pointless for me to try to diagnose a condition I haven't even seen—as pointless as your trying those hit-or- miss remedies which, alter a year, haven't helped. I urge you to see a dermatologist — a skin specialist. You don't tell me why you "just couldn't go to a doctor," but I presume it is shyness on your part. Once you've been examined, you'll realize that there's nothing to it. The doctor does it every day. With most skin problems, it is virtually impossible to tell what type of problem it is until the doctor has seen it — and there can be drawbacks from waiting too long and trying too many home remedies. Not that people don't keep trying to do it themselves. Any dermatologist can reel off experiences with cases in which the patient has first tried all sorts of things himself, and sometimes the remedies merely create new irritation so the doctor has a hard time figuring out what the original trouble was. So take a tip from me, and go to a doctor now. As to possibilities that fit the general situation that you describe, there are many. One is allergy to a supporter, if you wear one. Funguses or yeast infections can cause such trouble, too. Or possibly even a detergent used to launder your shorts. But you need a skilled eye to help you find out just what. Dear Dr. Thosteson: I have detected an odor from aspirin after 1 have had it-for some time. Is there any way to tell when a tablet, pill or capsule is bad? Would it hurt a person to take?-A.L. In time aspirin (chemically, acetosalicylic acid) breaks down and you get the acetic acid odor, like vinegar. At that point, I would throw it out. I cannot say that it would be harmful but it might be more irritating, and in any event it is no longer entirely aspirin. As a general rule as to when to discard pills, tablets and capsules, discard if they change odor, color, or in any other respect. (Some have quite a distinct odor when fresh, so it is the change, not the presence of odor, which is important.) If I had my way, patients would destroy all prescription medications once the need for them is over. It would end the temptation to give them to someone else "because your symptoms sound just like mine did." Most particularly, antibiotics, if any are left over, should be destroyed. Reason: small doses of antibiotics encourage the growth of germs that have mutated — developed a resistance to a certain type of antibiotic. Dear Dr. Thosteson: My daughter recently had surgery for a perforated bowel but the surgeon did nothing about an ovarian cyst. Should that have been removed at the same time? — Mrs. E.R.L. A question 1 can't answer without knowing a lot more than you have told me. My presumption would be that the cyst, while present, probably was of a small harmless type. A perforated bowel, however, is an emergency. Whether to remove the cyst while handling an emergency would have to depend on the surgeon's judgment, and I would have to assume that he had good reason for what he did or didn't do. Hemorrhoids can be cured! If troubled with fissures, fistulas, itching, and other rectal problems, write to Dr. Thosteson in care of this newspaper requesting a copy of his booklet, "The Real Cure For Hemorrhoids," enclosing a long, self-addressed (use zip code), stamped envelope and 2ac in coin to cover cost of printing and handling. Dr. Thosteson welcomes all reader mail, but regrets that, due to the tremendous volume received daily, he is unable to answer individual letters. Readers' questions are incorporated in his column whenever possible. d'Estaing supported PARIS (AP) - Finance Minister Valery Giseard d'Estaing has received the support of two French sex symbols in his bid to become president. Brigitte Bardot, 39, has pledged her vote to the handsome finance minister. Millionaire rock star Johnny Halliday, 31, who drove fans to screaming frenzy in the 60s, announced on Wednesday he would back discard d'Estaing. BLONDIE x DAGWOOD, A MR DlNWiTTY., RETURNED NE-.;, YOUR CALL /-%^ \"=™J-j$ fT «^t ••*«•* I DION T CALL. Ar^Y , MR DIN WITTY/ WELL, L TS-IEN YOU SHOULD CALL. HIM MOW HE WAS MICE ENOUGH TO RETURN A CALL YOU 1 I' ~- -"" ' DIDN' E LEAST YOU CAM DO IS RETURN ONE —•I THAT HE DID MAkE BEETLE BAILEY THIS ONE A£ LO£T OF ITS ELASTIC IT/ HOW ARE THE NOODLE5, BEETLE? HENRY TIGER MO. I'M WPITIN£ He^tOgYoFTH UFeoPMYAUTO

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