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Cleaning House? Convert ^Castaways" into Dollars with For Sale Ads For Rent FOR RENT — 3-room furnlslied apartment with private bath and ontrancp. Call 99B. 183-2-8 FOR RENT—Good sleeping roonl for a Rentlcman. Mrs. Elmer Wogen, Phone 1136. 183-tf-5 FOR RENT—5 -room house, furnished or unfurnished. Must have children. Rent reasonable for rcBponslblo people. For information Inquire J. & L. Cafe. 183 -3X -5 FOR RENT—Sander and edger at your'CQast to Coast store. 182-2-8 WE DO contract paint work. See us for estimate on cxteridT and interior painting. Ph. 1680. Ray's Paint Store. 16-tf-9 FOR RENT— 36 acres farm land. Coll 91SJ after 7 p. m. Irvln 8. Larson. 182-2x-5 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. P & G Cleaners. 26«-tf-9 FOR RENT—Apartment in Rohde Building. Phone 771. 179-12x-8 FOR RENT—-Modem 3-room un fui-nlshed first floor apartment. Adults only. 809 N. 8th St. Tele. 893J. Bessie Leln. 178-2x-6 FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished apartment Ph. 213W. Clarence OoUa. 173-tf-5 FOR RENT—One largo newly-dec orated apt Close in. Also one two-room apt Ph. 835. 173-tf-S FOR RENT—New front apartment for married couple. Inquire at Sorensen Studio. 165-tf-6 FLOOR SANDINO Equipment for rent at Montgomery Wtird. Refintsh your floors at low cost by renUng this equipment and using Wards high-<jual Ity floor finishes. MONTGOMERY WARD 143-tf-5 -Local Markets- Soybej ^ans and Flax Take 2.Cent Drop Soybeans and flax took a two cent per bushel drop on the local grain market today. The local produce market remained un changed. GBAIN Old corn $1.67 New corn $1.63 Soybeans $2.68 Oats (36 lbs.) 84 Flax $3.70 Graves Grain Company Oruver, Huntlngtosu Maple Hill PRODOOE No!' 2 !ZZZ!Z™ZZZ1 ..Z 69o Henneries 32c No. 1 _ 27c No. 2 _ 24 Straight run Hens, under 4% lbs Ho Hens, 4% lbs. and over 14c Heavy cocka 12o Leghorn, leghorn croBS cocka—lOo Sioux City Livestock Services HERE COMES SUMMER! Don't take chances! Store your furs in our air-conditioned vault safe from excess heat, moths, fire and theft. Insured from the moment they arc picked up until they are delivered to you in the fall. PARIS CLEANERS Phone 14 165-20-9 Form FOR SALE—12-foot Intcrnntionnl field cultivator, John Deere ha>' loader, both tn good working order. Donald Howard, Ph. 7J51. 183-3-7 Personal LEAVING for Los Angeles June 1. Can take 2 or 3 passengcrii. Share expenses. Phone Maurice Evelcth. 692W. 183-ax -4 FENCING NEEDS We have steel, white cedar and creosoted yellow pine posts as well as fence wire and barbed wire for every requirement. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 18.V3-7 HOT BAKED HAM SANDWICH, mashed potatoes, 80c. DUTCH MAID DLUNCH 183-1-4 BOTTLE GAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49J51 161-a-9 PETERSON'S Radiator Service, Just east of Vandy's, 1714 Central. Experienced in all types radiator repair. 115-tf-9 INVOICES WORK SHEETS RULED FORMS No matter how intricate the form may be, our commercial printing department i.s equipped to do it! Estherville Daily News Northwest Iowa's Largest Printing Plant 182-3-9 FOR SALE—Automatic baler wire while it lasts. John Deere at $9.26. Minneapolis - Moline at $11.28. Oliver at $10.80. W. C. Noehren ft Son, Terril, la. 183-3-7 Some doctors Iwlleve in shock treatment—mailed out the first of ever>- month. Buy three, one free, including trade in. First Line Tlrea WHITISH STANDARD SERVICE 418 Central Ave. 183-2-4 FOR SALE—Farmall "H" tractor and cultivator. In very good condition. Price $1,080. W. C. Noehren ft Son, Terril, la. 183-3-7 FOR SALE — Mlnneapolis-Mollne 12-ft. ground drive windrower. New in 1948. Excellent condl tion. Price $375. Noehren & Son, Terril. 183-3-7 KINGS-CROST, $12.90 per bushel. Turners, $11.80 per bushel. All adaptable varieties for this area. Golden Sun Milling Co. Phonos 296-297. ,^ 183-3-7 AUTOMOBILE TIRES. "A" Ford new Chevy block. Carlson ft Weber. 183-2x-7 FOR SALE—Purebred Hereford bull, 4 years old. Carol Hogan son, WaJllngford. Ph. 62 on 12. 183 -2X -7 Reol Estate BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN CEYLON CAROL BROCKMAN, Realtor Ceylon, Minn. 183-3-8 POULTRY, CREAM, EGGS. It will pay you to trade with us. High est market prices. Prompt courteous service. Drive up. P. G. GRAY 182-3-7 FOR SALE—Manchu and Hawk eye beans. M. H. Rankin, Arm strong. 182 -3X -7 WANTED—Window washing. Ph. 1051J. 183-4-3 0\VING to the death of my husband, I am offering my cottage for sale at a sacrifice. Formerly known as the J. C. Robinson cottage. East side of Big Spirit. Mrs. E. C. Hanson, Spirit Lake. Ph. 62. 183 -3X -8 FOR SALE—3-bedroom house, gas heat, attached garage, well located. Shown by appointment only. Call 667W before 5:30 or 814W after 6:30. 183-3-8 FOR SALE—8-room house, located on North 7th. 6 years old. Gas heat etc. $7,000. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Ph, 1690 or 1769 183-2-8 FOR SALE—20 bu. Hoklem beans, Also good as new 6 can cooling tank. Ph. 48J5. Herb Spoo. 182 -3X -7 For Mother 2:i NEW COLLECTOUS ITEMS Meet Bonnto Bru\. Holy I'ow. Pig o' My Heart and KNir)jit-mt'- not. Pink porcelnin Mnqui- miniature .tnininlii Rarlnndrd with tiny flowers. For tilfl.-i. pil7i-s or your own collection. ESTH E H V! Lt, K H A n D W A U E t,>^,^-l-•:,^ iv>mblBln« ttt* VtMluntior «n.l h >|>itt >a «u> AihimbM Kv*fT Knninii rxMpt R UCIM IRS FrI.. Maylnlliiw 5 Kniorrd w »c.f«>j iMItfr Oft. «. I*S0 «t IB* V.A>lr.fn<« *t KtlBM nil*, luv*. umlar IM •ri ol ilarrii S. ItT* For Sale U1 For Sole 10 ATTENTION housewives of Ea- thervillc!! Stop moth damage for five years with Berlou. It's guaranteed In writing. Sanborn Furniture. 183-8-4 JIMMY: I love you hut I dont like that broken radio in your car. Please have Steve at H!»- thcrviUo radio repair It. Josie. 181-3-4 TAKE YOUR stand, then demand Flna Foam for cleaning ruga and upholstery. Martin Furniture. 170-6-4 DOES YOUR FUR COAT lack lua tro, look dull? Our skilled experts will claan and glaao it- dislodging dirt and destro>ing moth larvae by scientific process PARIS CLEANERS Phono 14 166-20-4 FOR MOTHER'S KITCHEN Canl5tPt sets 9.'ii; Up, stnlnlens steel dinner ware, llfotlme guarantee 24-piec«' .sot. $7.96. Mixing bowl sots. $1.10. 6-plece Jadlto kitehon sot, roR. $1.29. now $1.0ii. 7-piece kitchen knifo set. SS.P.K. Ironing board pnd nnil oovor, special $1.19. GAMBLE STORE 182-2-25 1 or S 4 &r* ThTM day* _ Tour <]»>• Fin il»jri On* w«*k Each kMUMMJ il &r MlDimum ftOc. e<Mia*ciitlv« tTM«nhmi It p*f <»v» l\t ft itonJ 1S« »*r worn a<r pn wvM H*i** nr* ft i >r wtni* M. c.\«ii wrvM MOTHERS DAY DONT FORGET HER Automatic percolator $11.96 and up Aut6matlc toaster .... $13.98 and up Presto and Mlrromntic Cookers $12.9,1 32 -pieco set of dlshoH $1060 Echo flint kitchen knives per sol J.t.M Cooklo jars Pile Hamilton Benrh. O. E. and Sim....beam oloctilo miNors. Table Ijtmpd $4 95 and up COAST TO COAST 182-2-5 ORniCR. lUnkkMplai cturt* ..t IM for crullt. ^0c ••f»i.-» cA*rt« if i»- pll«a ikr* t*ktn bjr t^iklly N*«> kM tft« u rli«rit»t1 If kd own** a.idt*** of pboo. nunKwr Imi kdrstimr • BkBM. CtkMin*4 k <t OMirt kbouM cMca Xhli adr*r(lMra*Blj la lit* IMI Mu* UMT Hft*^ kod r*i«<r*. knjt tmt >i one* Ml BO klWtwknr** r*D k* Bwd« kfur UM rmi t *>u*i For Sole 10 Political 24 MAC LOGAN For Sheriff Honest, dependable, well-qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 177-26-24 FOR SALE — Babcrger soybeans, cleaned, $3 a bushel. John L. Johnson. Ph. 29W7. No Saturday calls. 182-7-7 FOR YOUR NEEDS IN New and Used Machinery VIKING MOTORS Always a square deal at Viking . . . your Masacy-Harris and Oliver dealer in Estherville. 179-tf-7 28c COME IN and list your house while real estate is selling well this spring. Let us help you find a buyer or a home. ESTHERVILLE REALTY Ph. 1340 or 1638J 183-1-8 CHICKS—1 to 3 weeks old at reasonable prices. Feeder males on time; pay when you sell them. Bargains In Kozy brooder houses. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft Iowa 173-tf-7 NEW PISHES FOR MOTHER 63-ploce Cosmos Routhorn pottery. Reg. $19,95, now $1696. 2(>- pieco l.u Ray. $.V9B. 22-ploro Jonquil Jubilee, $59«. UoRnl Charm, service for six, $8 95. ."12- plece Lady Helen. $17.96. GAMBLE STORE 182-2-25 LARGE RELKTTTON of new wash Koo«l«~ bomborK". ilonlnis, nylons, ornanillos, shoor onibtws- od oottons. etr, EHLEllS VAl .UK STOHE 182-210 GIFT SUGGESTIONS For Mother's day - Telechron clock, electric iron, Hamilton Beach electric mixer, Toastmaster toaster- many Other approp rlato gifts. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 1R2-3-25 Maurice Oleson For Supervisor First District Successful farmer, competent, qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 i7a-26-a4 MAKE MOTHER'S WOI^K EASIER Buy her a new Coronndo clothes washer, dryer, refrigerator, gas or electric stove or nulomntic pop-up toaster. Music while she works—a new table model radio for the kitchen, $12,96 to $42.60. GAMBLE STORE 182-2-26 Entertainment TWO BIG HITS "Boots Malone" and "Fort Dodge Stampede" at the Grand theater Friday and Saturday. 182-?-l FOR SALE—Small, modem 2-bedroom home, on two lots. Gas heat Immediate possession. Phono IB. 174-tf-8 Sioux City, May 9 ^—Sioux City livesto.ck market quotations; Cat­ tle.salable 600; calves none; supply largely small lota, most slaughter cloijsoa little changed; vealera scarce; fresh stocker and feeder supply small, largely held for Monday; soattorod sales good and chol CO fed steers $30-33.60; some commercial dairy brcds down to $28 few good and choice heifers mixed yearlings $29-32.60; some commercial heifers down to 28.60. Hogs salable 6,800; light weight barrows and gilts fully steady, some choice 1 and 2's, 10-18 lower to order buyers; heavier butchers fully steady; sows steady to 25 lower; '.^numcrpua .lots choice 180200 lb.^'ba^r6w8 and gilts around 200-230 lbs. 80.50 to order buyers; ono disable dock 20.60; other light wolghta 80.26-20.36; to packers; choice 2K10-280 lbs. ig.50-20.26 ; 290310 lbs; flflh20.S0; some around 330370 lljs.;-$18-18.76; few around 400 lbs. i,7.s6; sows around 400 lbs. down'17.60-18.50; choice light weights to 18.75; 400-650 lbs. 16.6017.76. Chicago Livestock Chicago, May 0 (/P)—The hog market was moderately active today with a few butchers topping $20.60 sparingly. A few cleanup sales on heavies were as much aa 25 cents lower. Cattle were steady to weak, mostly nominal and slaughter Iambs were scarce. DVmELL Mrs. C. JU .Rlipp will take her mother, Mt;8, Petni'^Fallman to her borne at C%s Zklce on .W^nesday, Mrs. James -Kenyan will go with them f<j*^a visit,-wltlihsr sister, Mrs. Jennie MoNary at Ahgwan Ching. The 18 pupils of West Shsmet, where Mrs, B. G. Swanaon teaches, bad their schoql ptcnio at Okqman- pe^lan ja^k Wedne«*Nf afteimoon in the -form of a wiener roast. Many had- never been to the park and enjoyed Its loveliness and fishing fgr bullheads. Meadames Charles ; • Folterf Melford Hov|ge and Robert Wbeatley, mothers of some pupils, accompanied the group and Mr. Swatison was Icept very busy ui>t»ng%i|r the lines of the smaller children. 'i\ .-••] • _ JEO T |iJ (e Realtor E^ms Des Moioe^ WP)—Only 60 persons toOH the Iowa real estate commission's monthly examination to qualify as real estate Ijrokors or salesmen vTnurvday..- Oti/m Included ^i^ieek^hiF broker licenses «nC 26 candidatesor salesmen's peiifelta.... - FOR SALE—«-room modern house on K. 9th St. Close in. Reasonably priced. See N. J. Lee. 120-tf-8 Sale Calendar TUKSDAY, MAY IS, 1;S0 p. m. Mrs. John Dalen, 221 N. 2nd Street, Estherville. A complete line of household goods including kitchen appliance. Auctioneers: Foshler and Burns. Clerk: Iowa Trust and Savings bank. Sale ad: May 9. Want To Rent MR. FARMER Call our agent nearest you for prompt removal of dead stock. BS'THBRVILLB DOLLIVER ORAETTINGER WALLXNOFORD SUPERIOR ARMSTRONG l%one 700 Phone 700 Phone 700 Phone 700 Phone 700 Phone 700 DANCE Alvin Frick Saturday Night SKYLINE CLUB 183-2-1 WANTED TO RENT—Modem 2 to 3-bedroom home. Estherville Lutheran church. Call 1376 or 1661W. 180-5-14 Estherville Rendering Service EARL TUTTLE, Driver 183-1-7 Lost and Found IC LOST—Red 18" iron wheel with handle. Operates ladder on service truck. Cox Studio. 181-3-16 Bus. Opportunity^' FOR SALE—Grocery store within radius of 40 miles of Estherville. $70,000 volume of business last year. Building, stock and equipment. Reason for selling, poor health. Write Box 67GT. Estherville, la. 182 -6X -21 $400 Monthly Spare Tirtie Refilling and collecting money money from our five-cent High Grade Nut machines in this area. No soiling! To qualify for work you must have car, references, $900.00 cash, secured by inventory. Devoting 6 hours a week to business, your end on percentage of collections will net up to $400-00 monthly with very good possibilities of taking over full time. Income increasing accordingly. JFoT interview. Include phone In application. Box 67 KE, Bstberville, Iowa. ISUSx^l Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Part Umo saleslady for afternoons and Saturdays. Full time during vacations and special days. Apply at Scotts Toggery or Phono 260 or 278. 182-tf-2 A NEW GIFT IDEA That extra pair of shoes that mother wants but thinks she can't afford. Also a beautiful sc lection of hosiery. RAIFE'S SHOE STORE 180-6-28 GIFTS FOR MOTHER AVe have many Rifts mother will enjoy receiving. Jewelr>', watch e«, silverware, clocks, pen and pencil sots. BOONE JEWELRY 180-6-28 GIFTS FOR MOTHER Shop for mother at the Homo Gift shop on East Central Mrs. C. Hlglnbotham. 182-3-2i Loans and Ins. BEE US when you need money You may apply for loan of $80 to $800 on your signature, salary or auto. Convenient monthly re payment plan, suited to your In come. IOWA GUARANTEE, Inc. Jobs Wanted ARE YOU ready for Plko soniton" It opoii .i next Thurnday, ('hook ymir tiioUlo, South Bond No ifnt reol, RoK, prire $9 ,111, spoelnl prion $8 98. XMT.V Ikes. Ij\«y I'nzy, llunipoyos. 1~- A S All of tlio cood luros nnd equipniont oiin lit> l>ouf;ht for loss at COAST TO COA.ST 182-2-tO KOlt .>;A I.K NOW nml iinr.l .rv»in)j nui. hliii « unit \iy i lollUnK of .nil WiMiN T«i> MooW< . i«! of, I '.itl-.oll.- .-hiin-h (>|ion all >l;i\ ' Sim ,t,i\ ' ?x 10 ' rOR .'4AI.K H.i.lit. r tlUn,; tt\:\-\ olilno. i voar.« lAA 2 <o(s of i dji.ulin III nm! 1« In.li Cluiip A I !ihap, A I. KlinWk.tnmu't, siMiv. 1 ,1 ;x 10; Fltn SALE .1 oomvt .to itin.Uni' lOfrttiOi' l»o,- hU »it 4 n^.'xUo^*- «t»p<'r>* with ft :inu» '*ho.t« >iiini> xviro l>n>.nl foiinilnlinn «11 foi JIM Oil! U loi li )lK -»» oompl^-lo Willi h n i; I' mi> lor. $» A M Uh;t'. I 'll IKM KMhorvlllo l *,r ;N 10 I'Aotl trthlt* nuxl, 1 rndio. t;o,>.t tlOOi) Auto tnitlo. |ii-notl,nIlv now J .TJ ,N1 WE.STEllN AlTd A.^.StV STlJRK IM It 1 (1 von MAl.E >i«.-.t kn .-o li,,|.desks, used nlKhl stnni 11 <lrA\v er ooMllilnnllon rhoHl n A vnntiv wnrdrobo IIAUm.^ I-fHNITfUK ITCt.J 10 A.-^K yon SAflii.r" >our fiVjrUr •(of |i-o ,-r<"»m if KOn HALE <lns hontlOR «tov I'h. 787. .Mlm« Wortr 181 U) FOU HALE Tworix>ni house to ho moved. Twobednwrn houso nnd lot for sale H L, Howrn. 711 So, 12th. 178 tf 10 FOR aALB-Llghlnlng rods. 87 yr» of Mtlafted customers. Cmll col lect 1S17J. 602 R. 10th 81. Spew- c«r, la. Ou« D. Rath. lS7-«0x.lv FOR SALE Table model Airline radio. $16.00. Small natural or bottle gas 3-burnor range with oven. Ideal for summri cottage, $16 00. I'h. 1565W. 182 2 10 BUY YOUR power mower NOW. Wo have all typos of power mowers. Prices start iit $M.96. COAST TO COAST 182-2-10 UHKn mCVCLE .H, $10 and up 75c por week, Firestone Store. 182 3 10 KOH SALE nicvrle In good shape $18,00. Edwin Srhley Ph, 30S8. Dunnell. 182-2x10 HEAVY-WEKJIIT gray herring bone eovorallH. Zipper front. Sires 38 to 46. $6.98. SURPLUS STORE 182-3-10 RKFRIC.EUATOR HPECIAJ Now, ft-foul reKrlgorntor. Spool, ally prioril at »lBfl9« HEIDKE ELECTRIC <X> 177 tf 10 sANnr.it .s K'E rttr.AM ro H-! ef-ii) Foil 8A1.K Htrri olothri lino [•fiift ("arl I.«i'«.-h>'n (tJ3 V t:th Phono t»(V«.|0 Legal Notice VOTK r OF srwi.*!. To TlIK VOTEIt.'* OK THK E-H Tm -.I !VU .[.IC INUKl'KNtMCNT .SCHOOL MSTHIcr Th. Ir:iitl,,i\ lil.' ln <|rtirn<|ont SohiKil UUIrlit Ifi'-hv «lvr« noll>:<' Ihrro »lll r» «|vorl *l •I 'o (l.'U iii'i.l iin Montftv, tho 2tth d»> of V;iv ,1WJ. f ,ir tho purjuMo of ^oiini; upon Uio foltowlnit (ir<)p«»ti Sh ^ll Ilir Hoarvl ..f niroctorn of llu- K «lti-tvlllo ln .t.jt.n.lont H<haat \ l>i «iri,r! Ki .im .-l roiinl>'. l ^iwt. h.' ntithottyo .l tt» t -'W ni(» to *xorf«l 7' niUU on ilio itiillar |-> nny ono \o!ir for Uio p>ifi'»''"o o( frrcuniiji roontriiolion nf •OIHHII hotMo*. p.tv I m.'nt of iloUts lonl rnotril for the i 'loitton ,-f k. bnt.l hull «K^« not In oluilint' Intt-ro^t oit tHknds. ptoi-uf' loK lll>inrio/i for and oponlnj; ra<«<U It, Roltool hous**n. for a portiHl of 10 xoaiii* riio iMilllntt pinoo will Up in »h* Court Itoom of thp Court Itounv »l Eslhorvillo. Rnimrt County, town. Polls will tio o |)«>nnt at 9 OO a. m. (inil olixo ni too p m. iii -rrrY JEAN niCAVRR. M.-orilniv of lhr> K«th»r»IU<» In.l.ji. ndont H<hofll lM«trl*l (Mny 9) lJ<Hr WEEK of annual hosiery sulo ?0 per ooni dlsooiint on all numbers from to»sulnr stock EHI.EnS VALUE HTOTIE pRODUcrrs. E T Ph. 274J. aOlf-lO RAWLKIOH Baumnnn, Notices t>ioNT nvrr HUHNED oirr Hull dolni; lomlnons Hour. 9 a. to to W |i m Everyday Haircut* 7%*' KIKES iiAiinEn «nop I sum FOH SALE-Used doven|)ort anil chair, dinette set and platfornt rocker, flood condition, SANBORN FURNITURE STOKE 182-3-10 FOR BALE Folding baby hiicKy. $10, I 'h, 8.16IJ. 182-.1in FOR SALE ~18-Inrh l.unch saw. Hydraulic jack up to 12 ton. Can bo seen at Skyllno. ' 182-2x10 POR SALE- Out house and 20 fool of board side walk. I 'h 508, Tor rll. Franels Zollnskv. 4 mi'.es oast of Torrll. 182-2x10 YOUR Ll'.SlUEU NEKim We can furnish plan* anil mater ials for your now troills. ynrd fence, Inwn furniture. Toll iin your noods. Call 44\V5. Ksthor- vllle. Commnndor Elovntors, Muntlnplon. W E Hooninnn. inanaKor. )H.t 110 Household Furniture Sale Waahlnu Mnohino JK) IlofrlKinlor t20 Slovo $40 Hlnslni; Tub. iilniost ni« $-i Iloooiil 1'l.ivoi^ 11.% IronlOK Hoaiil. si.,.I, ulniofll iii'« $ri Diiip loaf Kllchoi) Till.I. Andrew Roslna Ili 'i 'hrfind.son HiillfUni» Ni'xt to Vandv's IH.t I 10 Ur. ItOPPYS PAL Kills' Join your fHends In H<>|v nlonvr CossUly's Havinn elub. Its fun and you save money. Aik iM nlioiil It. toWA Tltt^HT * HAVINOH BANK 18334 Country Club Rummage Sale Sdtiiftlny. .Miiy 10, 0 n. fn. North room. 2iid floor nty Hnll F.vei-yoru' ui'Ki'd to brltiR ninimnKc Frldfly or call umi or nas-w for pickup. 181 -v« 16 FOR BALE One sharkskin suit, Blr .e 38, $16. One grey flannel Hult, sUo .18, $10. Can be seen at Army Surplus store. 182 -3X -10 FOR SALE-Hoy's blcyclo, treadle; cabinet sewing machine, standard site Inside 2-panel door. Elmi-r Adams, 1321 4th Ave. N. 182-2X-10 JOB WANTED Ph. 1731LW. Baby silting. J83flx-3 WOMAN COOK wanted for small restaurant at Okobojl, writo box 246, O'Farell Sisters, Okobojl, Iowa. 181-4-2 WANTED — Stenographer for steady full-time employment In legal office. Typing essential, shorthand and bookkeeping desirable but not required, experi- enco not necessary. Apply in person. Wm. O. Anderson, Emmet County Bank Bldg. 178-6-3 Veteran's Hospital Benefit Dance Saturday, May 10 Orleans Ballroom Tickets $1.00 Ding Ellis Orchestra Sponsored by Estherville VFW Post 3388 182-S-l FOR SALE—1946 Jeep, 4-whceI drive, good condition. Priced at 546. W. C. Noehren & Son Terril. la. 18.1-3-11 WAITRESS WANTED—Apply In person at Pantry Cafe. 176-tf-2 WANTEI>—Olrl or woman to work in Coffee Shop. No experience needed. We teach you. Good wages plus meals and uniforms. Oardaton Coffee Shop. m-tf -2 WANTSS>—Waitress, Palace Cafe. 108-tf-2 Help Wanted Experienced Women Egg Candlers Apply in Person P. G. Gray Pirbdiifee Co. 1784-2 Orchestra Every Saturday Smorgasbord Every Sunday serving from 5 to 9:30. Square dancing every Tues. Professional caUera. They teach and sing all numbers. Lots of fun. You're welcome. Bring your crowd. GAY PAREE HAND'S PARK Ul-3-1 Want To Buy We Pay 5c per pound for clean, cotton rags. Weigh your bundle, bring It In and well pay y*u. Estherville Daily News lM4f»-30 Automotive 11 FOR BALE: 1981 Ford ',4 ton pickup. DeLux cab. Best offer takes It. Jack McDermotl. Phono 1198J. 183 -2X -11 CAR TROUBLES? For carefree spring drivtnK and gas saving top performance, bring your car to us for a spring checkup. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. 18.1-6-11 FOR SAFETY. Have us Inspect brake system thoroughly . . . ad- Just or rellno the brakes, If necessary. THOMAS MOTORS 182-3-11 Every May Day Is Pay Day When You Buy Rytcx Printed Stationci-y Annual May .Sale .$3.50 Value for only SL'.IO 200 sliiKle shoel.s. KXJ envelopes. Prlntefl with name and addre.s.s. , Buy for your.self and for future gifts. .Save Money in May Estherville Daily News 183-3 10 WANTED: Apartments or Houses for Teachers Ono married miple will want apartment or small house UNFURNISHED hy approximately June 15. No children. Contact Mr. and Mrs. Merle LondertJi. Box 12, Westniar colleRe, l-e Mara or telephone Koehler Hall, and a.sk for Mrs. l^nderts. Al.so i\ married couple will want tllRNISIIFID apartment or small hou.st' by .S«.'pL l»i or Oct. l«t. No chlldivn. Contact Mr. and Mrs. William Mckem.soii. .Six'ncer Music .Slon' at .Si)onc«*r. N. E. Demoney Supt. of SclUMJJS 18*^1 « MUFFLERS and tall pipes for all cars at savings up to 60%. WESTERN AUTO ASSOC STORE 182-tf-ll FOR BALE:—1W9 Ford custom 2- door. Radio, heater, sun visor, new tires. Consider trade on choapsr car. Roger Johnson, Ph. 1717W. 181-3x11 FOR BALE—1047 Chevrolet truck and box. Phone 960LW. James Dahi. 808 So. 14th. 170-tf-ll LEST US take care of your automotive needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makes. Bee us. Robinson Motors "Pontlac" 8th and Central Ave. 227-tf-n The Wise Old Owl Says . . . "Beautify your car »nd Iceep It looking nicer longer with Ou Pont Spray Qtase. More protection for less money, no wise owl could pass that up. Open 7:00 a. m. to B:SO p. m Sundays included. SHELTREN'S Mesler Service Junction Highways IT and «. W. m-iix Save Money on your Soft Water 60,000 Grain Water Softener $150.00 Installed Will handle 2,000 gallons of water before a regeneration is i-equlred. Sears, Roebuck & Co. Phone 393 for complete estimation on your plumbing and heating needs. 183-3-10 NOW READY! Famous Northwestern SPRING FRYERS 2*/j to 4 lbs. 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