Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 10, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, May 10, 1952
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—Local Marheln— Corn, Oats Down; Hens , Take Drop Corn wns off a pennv per bushel tind oats slumpod a nickel on today's locnl Rrain market. Hens dropped a penny a pound today on the local produce market, UBAON Old corn $1.6f> Now corn $1.62 Soybeans $2.68 Oats (36 lbs.) 79r Flax .$3.70 Graves Qraln Company Oruver, Huntington. Maple Htll PKODUCE Swoct cream, 73c No. l' 71c No. 2 .:. :. 69c Hcnri^i'lba 32c No. 1 .: 27c No. 2 243 Straight run 28c Hens, under 4'4 lbs 10c Hens, 4M lbs. and over 13c Heavy cocks lOc Leghorn, leghorn qross cocks .. .8c Sioux City Livestock Sioux City, May 10 {/P) —Sioux City livestock market quotations: Cattle salable 200; all moderately active, fully steady; moat stock cattle held for Monday; cattle none. For the week: Most slaughter steers and heifers strong to 50 higher, steers over 1,100 lbs. high good and' better 'little changed, some commercial and low good yearlings 50-$l higher; cows strong to 50 higher; atockers and feeders little changed; bulk choice fed steers $32-$34; several loads 34.25-$35; commercial and good 26.B0-$30; choice heifers 31.50-33.76; commercial and good 25.60-$29; bulk utility and commercial cows "G«.s" Order Won't Affect Motorists Denvi-r. May 10 i,T»>—A govoir.- nicnt Older reserving supplies -if motor gn.solinc to maintain essential tianiiportntion went Into effect today in 32 eastern and mid- western .state.s and the dlstrirt oi Columbia. The order, i.s.syed by the petroleum administration for defense (PAD), concerns operators of bulk gasoline plants, terminals and large filling .stations. About one-half of all service stations in the area, stietching from the Atlantic seaboard to Kansn.s and Oklahoma, will be involved, the PAD estimated. « * * THAT WAS TlIK latest step resulting from the U-drty-old strike of refinery and pipeline workers In the oil industry. Previously, steps had been taken to cut down on use of high-octane aviation gasoline in commercial, private and military fiolds.' The new PAD order, which went into effect at 3:01 a. m.. Eastern standard time, today, holds that supplies may not drop below "3,000 barrels of motor fuel or a quantity equal to five per cent of x x x total storage cap.icity, whichever amount is smaller." « « 4< THE 8,000-BARBKI. inventory requirement for tjulk plant ana terminal operators is equivalent to 126,000 gallons, on the b.nsi.s of 42 gallons to the barrel. " While .supplies of automobile fuel are dwindling in some cities and voluntary rationing has been reported in a few areas, the nation is not expected to feel a major shortage of ga.soiine for at least a month. PAD officials said they do not expect the average motorist to feel any immediate effect of the latest order. Filling stations generally Convert ^Castaways" into Dollars with For Sale Ads For Mother 25! Want To Rent 14 NEW AND DIFFERENT Cannibal figurines. Lovable little .Kavages for your what-not .shelf. Sew pl.\ies have arrived. Boy and girl pixies and plxlo planters and cookie jars. ESTHERV1LI.,E HARDWARE 184-1-25 GIFT SUGGESTIONS For Mother's day — Telechron clock, electric Iron, Hamilton Beach electric mixer, Toastmn.s- ter toaster-many other appropriate gifts. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 182-3-26 A NEW GIFT IDEA That extra pair of .shoos that mother wants but thinks she can't afford. Also a beautiful selection of hoslerj'. RAJFES SHOE STORE 180-5-25 GIFTS FOR MOTHER We have many gifts mother will enjoy receiving. Jewelry, watches, silverware, clocks, pen and pencil sets. BOONE JEWELRY 180-5-25 21,60-25.50, few $26; majority can-, maintain stocks well in excess of —*n En nn tin. l^i t. .1^. nera and cutters 17.50-20.60; medium and good ^tock steers $27-$31; choice light stockers 35.60; loadlots 460-800 lb. steer calves $36-35.60, good 590 lb. feeding heifers $29. Hogs salable 600; steady to 25 lojver; butchers under 260 lbs. $2020.60, heavier butchers $18-19.75, sows 16.50-18.50. For the week: Barrows and gilts $2-2.50 higher. Sows 1.76-$2 higher. Demand good from all buying Interests with lighter weight barrows and gilts object of strong compctitivo interest. Top for weelt 20.75, late limit 20.60. Choice 1 to 3 barrows and gilts 190-250 lbs $20-20;60 :late, 260-300 lbs. $19-20.15, 300-360 lbs. 18.25-19.50. Some big weights 17.60. Good and choice 100-160 lb, pigs and serum light- lights 17.60-18.26. Choice sows 400 lbs. down 17.50-18.50, lightweights to 18.75-$19, 400-650 lbs. 15.50-17.75. Increased showing wet sows discontinued 50-$l. Thin feeding sows 15.76-16.26. ..• < Chicaflo Livpstnck Chicago, May 10 tS')—Hogs, cattle and sheep r/erc quoted nominally steady on the livestock market today. Hogs spurted sharply for the second straight week this week; barrows and gilts gaining $1.00 to $1.60. The two-week advance amounts' to between $2.00 and $3.00 and the top price has been carried back to the levels prevailing last Octpber. BASEBAL Continued from page 4 16thi loading, the bases with one cut but Bill Kennedy ended the four, hour and 27-mlnute battle by striking out George LercHen and getting Johnny Groth to ground out, IiittlQ Bobby Shantz pitched the Philadelphia Athletics to a 9-3 vie tory-over the Washington Senators In the only American league night game. Shantz permitted six hits in gaining his fourth triumph. five per cent of their storage capacity. Vinton Man New Walton President Tulaa, Okla., May 10 (./P)-John V. Tobin, 56-year-oId Vinton, la., attorney, is the new president of the Izaak Walton league of America. Tobin was elected yesterday after an unexpected contest developed on the floor of the league's national convention. The nominating committee had selected Herbert C. Kelly of Denver for the presidency. Normally he would have' been elected by acclamation. But an Iowa delegate, whose group has been campaigning for Tobin, nominated him from the floor. Tobin, who has been active in the league for more than 25 years, was elected by a 183-106 margin. Other officers named Included Cliff Hallowell, Dubuque, la., one of five vice presidents, and Rodney Fitch, Clinton, la., treasurer. To Dedicate Hospital Wing Dcs Moines, May 10 <JP)—A new six-story wing of Iowa Lutheran hospital will be dedicated tomorrow afternoon. The Rev. R. J LIngAvall of Red Oak will bo the main speaker. The Rev. O. T. Enguist, president of the hospital's board of directors will preside. The $1,200,000 expansion pro gram included extensive remodel ing of the old hospital and nurse's homo as well as addition of the new wing. The hospital now has a capacity of 205 beds and 25 bassinets. Two nurseries, a pediatrics department and a premature nursery are part of the new setup. GIFTS FOR MOTHER Shop for mother at the Homo Gift shop on East Central. Mrs. C. Hlglnbotham. 182-3-25 WANTED TO RENT Modern 2 to 3-bedroom home. E.sthervlllo Lutheran church. Call 1376 or 1661W. 180-5-14 Jobs Wanted JOB WANTED Ph. 1T31LW. Babv sitting. l83-ex-3 l^eal Estate WANT TO BUY -3 or 4-bedroom home. In. Will pay around $15,000. Write RON 57PBY, Es- thervllle. 184-3-8 Personal CRKAMED CHIPPKP RKEK Ton!<t. Mashed potnturs ISt"), nrTcn MAID LUNCH JACK; L«'t'8 get th«t Nalkj inr radio n^pulred rlcht away at Eslhervllle R;ulio ijin tel) \-ou wliafs wront; with it Ruth lM-,•^^ l«1 Snt., May 10, 19 .V2 For Sole For Sale 18 mt»r»*l lu m*tur ivt TiD*. lovik. utH)« ltt« ftcl nf M *rcli M ...! yon S.VLK On.' $l.^ ou Ariin SMII>1\I« ••tor. • •..•.n .it LEAVING for ly>s Angeles .lun.- 1 Can take 2 or .t mi.smnKi-ts Share Pliofte Miiurtci' Eveleth. Sn2W. IM 3\i IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!! 24x30 bungalows, $3,144, erected on foundation or basoment home. Other sizes, styles. Your plana or ours. Free delivery 100 ml. Standard construction. Not prefab. Best dry lumber. Visit Fahning Supply, Watcrvllle, Minn. Open 8-5 (No Sundays). 184-2x-8 BUYERS WAITING FOR 2 and 3-Bedroom Hon)es ESTHERVILLE REALTY Phone 1340 184-1-8 Jobs Wanted WANTED—window washing. Ph. 1051J. 183-4-3 For Rent FOR RENT — 3-room furnished apartment with private bath and entrance. Call 996. 183-2-6 FOR RENT—Good sleeping room for tt gentleman. Mrs. Elmer Wogen, Phone 1138. 183-tf-5 FOR RENT—6-room house, furnished or unfuml.shcd. Must have children. Rent reasonable for responsible people. For Information Inquire J. * L. Cafe. 183-3X-6 FOR RENT—Apartment In Rohdc Building. Phono 771. 179-12x-6 FOR RENT—Furnished or unfut^ nlshed apartment. Ph. 213W. Clarence GoUa. 173-tf-5 FOR RENT—One large ncwly-dec- oratcd apt. Close in. Also one two-room apt. Ph. 836. 173-tf-« FOR RENT—New front apartment for married couple. Inquire at Sorensen Studio. 165-tt-5 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN CEYLON CAROL BROCKMAN, RcMtor Ceylon. Minn. 183-3-8 OWING 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 614W after 5:30. 183-3-8 FOR SALE—5-room house, located on Nqrth 7th. 6 years old. Gas heat, etc. $7,000. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Ph. 1660 or 1769 183-2-8 FOR SALE—Small, modem 2 -bed room home, on two lots. Oos heat. Immediate possession. Phono 16. 174-tf-8 FOR SALE}—6-room modern houae on N. 9th St. Close In. Reasonably priced. See N. J. Lee. ATTENTION housewives of Ks- thervllle:: Slop moth d«ni!<gi' for five years with Berlou It's gUnrante.Hl In wiitlnv;. SanlMitn Furniture. 1S2,1-4 JDOEsTybuirFuR COAT lack lus tro, look dulIT Our skilled experts will clann and glare It dislodging dirt and destroying moth larvae bv scientific process PARIS CLEANERS Phone 14 165-20^ Bus. Opportunity'' FOR SAIJO -Oroeer>' .store within radius of 40 miles of Estherville. $70,000 volume of business lai<t year. Building, stock and iHiulp ment. Rea.son for selling, poor health. Write Box STC.T. Esthrr- vlUe, la. lR2-flx-2l Sale Calendar TUE.SDAV, MAY IS, 1:80 p. m. Mrs. John Dalcn. 221 N. 2nd Street, E»thpr\llle. A complete line of household goods Including kitchen appliance. Auctioneers: Foshler and Burns. Clerk: lowu Trust and Savings bank. Hale ad: May 9. Farm Entertainment 1 FLOOR S.VNDINO Equipment for rent at Montgomery Ward. Reflnlsh your floors at low cost by renting this equipment and using Wards high-quality floor finishes. MONTGOMBHY WARD 143-tf-5 Political 24 MAC LOGAN For Sheriff Honest, dependable, well-qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 177-26-24 Maurice Oleson For Supervisor First District Successful farmer, competent, qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 178-25-24 TODAY'S CROSSWORD Musical Medley PVZZLE Answer to Previous Puzi\(, HOSIZONTAt 1 Musical ^: instrument 6. Solitary llBuries- 19Greel< letters t4 Surgical saw 19 Ocean vessels 16 Male child 17 Lashed 19 City iri The Netherlands 20 Steel punch 22 Soviet nation 24 Asiatic 1 country 3 Solar disk 4 Fiber Icnots 5 Papal capes 6 Chemical compound 7 Diminutive of Leonard 8 Molding 9 Matgrass 10 Essential being 12 Trapping' ispu (comb. ''loi'm) le Reed musical instrument M B A Z A P A R i_ B 1 B h4 ammmtatsa •ISSfiNQlliEa •aaasiKQi] EiaaHEiaKSEL T o N A T A T 1 c T o L. e s] a e T 8 O • N e> B R t t> B 2$ Adriatic w^nd 20 Sacred songj 29 Blue Eagle 21 Musical "agency (ab.) 22Roam 31 Aperture 23 Russian river 32 Grandparental2S Fondles SpEUWhitnej^s U machf IjIndiaiiS »StceHng 1; devices STMoctreflned 39 Plots 41 Manuscripts (ab.) 44 PertalnUil to 44|Siiv<»b .>|!r 48 Cnick beetle ftOtieaitiof bUrAch - ' 92E)(reedln|l9 SSLoyeCoti . 26 The dill 27 Lieutenants (ab.) 28 Exclamation Of disgust 30 Beasts 38 Shrill cry 38 Basement 40 French 41 Fermented drink. 42;Curved Hne connecting musical notes 43 Sapient 49 Among 46 Demolish 47 Devotees 49 Afternoon social event 91 American writer Services HERE COMES SUMMER! Don't take chances! Store your furs in our alr-condlttoned vault —safe from excess heat, moths, fire and theft. Insured from tho moment they are picked up until they are delivered to you In the fall. PARIS CLEANERS Phone 14 165-20-9 FOR SALE—12-toot Internotlonnl field cultivator, John Deon- hny loader, both In Kood workinp order, Donald Howard, Ph. 7.I.M. IM-.1-7 FENCINO NEEDS We have steel, white cc<lnr and creosotcd yellow pine posts ns well as fence wire and barhed wire for every roqulri-ment. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 1R3-3-7 Ik p#t »,iiM )l« |<*r wuro NaiM ar* p*r or Mm* hA. CKM WUH ) or X dAT* Four <l»)ri nr« <]»»• Ofi* w«ak Kuh tddlUoMl dkT Minimun «4 aoc. eiutiriM ntlii .r. ORURR. BookkMiKlx ciMrt« >,( lit tor crrdu. 40« wnric* CIMIII* II r»- pttM an> tnk ^n by pftlly N«w« and it>c u rbArcrJ If lid rarriM •,<rttM« of pboM nunbfr Iwr o-i advwiiMr • aaitM. ClUatHM %A UMli alKiuM rB«ni Ibttr ikdnrtiMBiMU In UM nr«i IMM U>*> nppMr aiKl nvor ur •rror •> («c« mM n«> alluwukOM cna Buula •n *r UM nrti Mtw it.'ks -.ii.-.l rlk-ht 11 .!r i-» M.VUKIS KfU.SinUK I I'" : \'} vow SAliK T«o roviiv, ho<t«« In l»,' Mu>V''<} T**^''Iroiin^ h.-'i".' ••in.l Uil fur "ill- H 1. Mow.'ti 711 .-ill l.'lli i:.>* If Ul FOU SALE LlKtilnlnK ro«l.. 7T vr* of KAlUrird ruHtomrrK ("nil ool loot 131TJ S07 r imh Rt ap»» eer. In, Gun p Rnlh 1.17 «OxK KI\ I!' fVINT t 1- te^j, ^\lfi; for your 1.-; ill ,l>h.)n<< ••\V5. <••" I'.iniiimn .l' r KU -VAtor*. H' U* K S'-cmst*. man Legal Notice K » Mr. i\ \r,\r^^\'.\ xl 115 lil-nn t. .•'•<lr^ K:\ t4th N 1 *4 itx t>) FOR SALE—Automatic bali-r wlro Whllo It lasts, John Dcorv ut $9.25. MInncnpollH - Mpllnr nt ?I1.25. Oliver ut $10.50. \V. C. Noohron & Son, Terrll, la. 1S3-3-7 FOR SALE—Farniall "H" tractor and cultivator. In v<'i'>' Rood condition. Price $1,050. W. C. Noehren A Son, Terrll, lo. 183-3-7 FOR SALE - - Mlnneapolls-Mollne 12-ft. ground drlvi- windrowrr. New In 1048. Excolli.nt condl- tlbn. Price M76. Noohren A Son, Terrll. 1R.V3-7 184-1-1 DANCE Alvin Frick Saturday Night SKYLINE CLUB 183-2-1 WE DO contract paint work. See us for estimate on exterior and Interior painting. Ph. 1680. Ray's Paint Store. 16-tf-9 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. P & G Cleaners. 2S6-tf-9 BOTTLE GAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER. Ph. 49J61 161-tf.8 PETERSON'S Radiator Servloe, JUBt east of Vandy's, 1714 Central, Bxperlenced in alt types radiator repair. 115-tf-O INVOICES WORK SHEETS RULED FORMS No matter how intricate the form may be, our commercial printing department is equipped to do it! Esfherville Daily News Northwest Iowa's Largest Printing Plant 182-3-9 Veteran's Hospital Benefit Dance Saturday, May 10 Orleans Ballroom Tickets $1.00 Ding Ellis Orchestra Sponsored by EsthervUle VFW Post 3388 182-3-1 Want To Buy For an economical supper dish grind the ta^ ends of a baked ham and mix with a little tomato sauce and grated cheese; now fold in cooked egg noodles. Bake the mixture in a moderate oven until thoroughly hot and top U lightly browned. We Pay 5c per pound for clean, cotton rags. Weigh your t>undle, bring tt in and we'll pay you. Estherville Daily News KXNGS-CROST, $12.00 per bUBh<.|. Turners, $11.80 per *uslicl. All adaptable varieties for tills nrcii Golden Sun MllllnR Co. Phom-s 296-297. 183-3-7 TOWN or noi.i.nKH llnlllxiT. Inwit K.mniel ('iuiiil% I.KfiAI. NOTU'K Orflrlnl rniOMMlliiKK Ilolltvri town iiniiuil met In rn;- ulnr Mi'-tsli'n Tui'.idny. Ainll 1 1!>.M', lU f* p ni. In Stillmiin Hlflcc Mnyni (^wfnd prmtdlnR Ciniiicil tiicdilHTd pri>>>nl Oni'll Zwicfcl. Andcr.^on. Pctrrfun unil IIiitllnK Mi'tlim nindr. urcnndiil nnd rnr- I iiul nitnutctt of Mntcli inci'tini; In lictM'pttMl IIS rend. .Mi>tli)n mndi'. scctuuli-il ami cm rlcrt 111 pny Mils of; Curl lircliir, snow rrniiivnl $63.0(1 Allicrl Hill divopf, -mow biiullnc 28 (>0 Hay HarK'tt. uniiw romnvnl 92 .V) .Iiimi'M Om-11. mrei't Inlxir VI IKi fc'HthiTvllle Dally Nrwii prlnllnc of mlnutm 2 70 Motion made, MiM'i)ndi*d and i-ai- II.MI that L P. Stlllninn'» offliK wnliT ri^nt be paid fur your by us InK of ofriiT for founc-ll miM'tln^M Motion niadi-, (ii'rondod nnd I'nr- rlod to pay Uufun funimlnn $10.00 Vi-ry tbn-r niontbn for urndlnK "f town (ttrertit. Motion madr, Hociind and r»|-- rlfil to buy HIX ftnroM for town usi'. .Motion niado. xroonili'd and rni- li'd (hi' audlltHK of water leoolpl bookn be lu'rrpted. Motion mndo, (lerondi'd nnd car- led the mooting adjourn, (."ounrll met at 1) ji, ni . April 1, 1052 with M. L. Owens lii'tnK itworn In MM Mayor and MntllnK, Om-ll. AndiM-Ron, Zwlefd nnd Bhirling an ouni'll nu-mbiMH. Motion mndi', iiroondod and rai- rli'd to liiri' Margli' Owenii a« ili'rk for year. FolluwIUK eommltti'i'ii wr'ro ap- pointt'fl by Mayoi ()wrn«,' Strccl. Alli 'Viind l.lKlil: ZwUfrl. Jli.lllnt; and OIK'II. Walrr and Kin' tUinmilwdon AniliTHon. Oitfll and KhIrltnK. Klnanri' orricir: OK.U. (^ommlltiM'H well' npprovi'd and voted to ntand lui nomtnali'd. Motion made. Heroniled and eat- I'led ini -elinK adjourn. Mlt.S MAHOIK OWKNS. ('Ink. (May 10> HKPniiJKnATOH SI'KCIA: N,\v S fiv! ii-Kili'.-r.'xti.r S)..-. b iillv prb-.-d nl il'>t>t>5 HKinKK Ki .KcrnK- ro irr If 10 ilAWI.EIOH PnOOl'CTS, K T BaumKnn Ph. 77<J .lOtf-JO fSKn UK'YCI.K.'^ $10 nnd M|. 7V per \%eek. Klr''«toe.e Stoi-- Ilt2 1 in «« V»:AR.S Alii) I !ii VA narrow ' '.ill ,;»'ni'4* h,trfi «'h«nif'it M.-tft.' Kiilli tmni «. • ('iU h.-r I,, ili \\V NOW rombi Tn« «h<irl«. «*rf'« Ul * 'H^m,- %*lih tn «teti (nE KMI.KU!* VAl.t^K rtTOHK ion SAI.K Htiel ••tothoii llB." p<,)ri Carl X^yi'Mhtn, «33 N I2tb Pbon<' 7nJ l)»-«-b) AUTOMOBILE TIRES, "A" Kord, new Chevv block. CnrUon * Weber. " 183-2x-7 FOR SAUa -Purebred Hereford bull, 4 yoara old. Carol HoK«n son, Wnlllngford. Ph. 82 on 12. 183-2x7 POULTRY, CREAM, EGOS. It will pay you to trade with ux. HIRII cat market prices. Prompt cour tcou.i service. Drive up. P. G. GRAY 182-3-7 FOR BALE^-Manchu and Huwk eyo beans. M. H. Uiinkin, Arm strong. 1K2-3X-7 FOR SALE— 20 bu. Hoklem beann AIHO good n« new 8 can roollnj? tank. I'h. 48J8. Herb Si>oo. 1R2-3X- FOR BALE — BnvenRi'r soybonnH cleaned, $3 a bushel. John L Johnson. Ph. 20W7. No Botur day calls. 182-7-7 FOR YOUR NEEDS IN Now and Used Machinery VIKING MOTORS Always a square deal at VlklnK . . . your Massey-Harrls and Oliver dealer In EHthervllle. 17!>-tf-7 CHICKS— 1 to 3 weekji old at rcu^ sonablo prices. Feeder males on Uroo; pay when you sell them Bargaina In Kozy brooder hous ea. HAMILTON HATCHPRY Bancroft, Iowa 173-tf- HKAVY WKItJUT Kras b.triin; bone coverAlln Zlpp' r fn^nt Si- ffei. .IS to «t $fi!lS .St'HPI,f.-t STOUK 1*3 3 10 KOU SAl.K I'Ked dnvenimrt and ehnlr. dinette net und platform rorker tjood rendition KAN'ltOUN 1-THMTfltK STOUI.: 1K3 ,t 10 lUed Inbb- modi-l radio CIWHI tlOOi> Auto radii'', praeilrallv new. V> WKSTEUN AltTO AS.StX' STOUK IM If 10 Vow S.Vl.K New !»t>d u-ieil •oiK-inc ie..<i hini-i. Ml and up «^nthlOK nf :UI kind" (•;»!lioll.- Two •!uinl'. htorks r^kjit of t>pen all d.iv 1« ?\ 1") Automotive l-'OU SAI.K Tw,i n. w rtiKHttt tu en O. .1 Miiire, !2-.'l .N Se\.ntb, after « p m IM II von .SALK lOM Kord 'v Ion piek up. DI'IAIX eab Hi nl offer tnk- eH U. Jack Meliermotl, Phone IIPRJ. iMJxll FOR SALK IlMfl .Feep, < *hnel drive, KOod condition Prieed nt M8 W <• Nimhren A Hon Terill. In. 1K.V,1 U CAR TROUBIJCa? For cnrsfri.* sprlnR drivInK and R»S savlnR top performance, brinit your car to us for A sprint checkup. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. 183 All Loons and Ins. IB ('A.SH LOANS $80 00 $280.00 and up on your iilKnalure, nuto or furniture. Repay In small monthly amounts. Our service Is prompt. Phone or come Inl IOWA CfARANTEK, Inc. 184-3-1.1 Help Wanted WANTED Man to woik In rabl- ni't and mlllwork Mluip, Hleady Jul). Experlenee deiOrable but not neeesHury. Mo«t have Homi michanlral ablllly Ajiply ("ail Hon Mlllwork, At MiHtroiu;. Iowa IHl 3 2 HELP WANTED Part time sab-H lady for afternoons and Katur days. Kull time durlnK vacallons and special days. Apply at Hfotls Toggery or Phone 280 or 271). 182-tf-2 WOMAN COOK wanted for small rrnlnurant at OkolKiJI. write box 24B, OTurell HUtiTH, Okotiojl lowii. I8I-4-2 WAITRESS WANTED- Apply In person nt Pantry ("afe. 178-tf-2 WANTED—Girl or woman to work ID Coffee Shop. No experience needed. Wa teach you, Good wages ptua moala and uni forms. Qardston Coffee Shop. m-lf-3 WANTED—Waitreaa. Palaea Cafe lOg^-3 MEN WANTED JHide Take up Starting Monday Packing Co. vow i\\\.Y U.i.lfc.r tiling ma i-biM,> 4 Vei»r* old 3 ••^ts of «pi,l, », 10 (\n,l Id In, h I'heap A I ..hsp. A U Kllnkkammer, SlMiV. !•» I».V?^ 10 1X1U SAl.K .1 loinpl.le »t.^nd«rd lOftiinie (i.n hive* 4 lihaUow »>ip.i« wuh f I amen 311 »he«ti», tiimp <»l(e Imxal fiHindatlon, »ll for $30 tlni- U In. h )!»; iiimplele wlUi >. h p- n, H mt»- loi t2i* A M HlRby. Ph WiV K»iberville ia3-2» 10 KOU HAI.K KnUllnR >>*by »"i »rv. $1.1 Ph Msi.r, m-a-io FOR SAFETY. Have u* Inspwl brake system thnruUKbly sd- Jtuil or mllne the brnkes. If neoessary. THOMAS MOTOR.S 1M3-3 11 MUFFLERS and tnll pipes for nil ears nt snvlnKS up to 80'*.. WESTERN AUTO ASSOC STORE 1H2 If 11 FOR aALK 1047 Chevrolet iru.k nnd box Phone DflOLW. Janiin Dnhl. 808 So. Hlh. 170 IfU LET US lake care of your aulomo- tlvo needs. Dumper to bumper service—all mnken. Bee us. Robinson Moloni "Pontine" «lh and Central Ave. a27-lf-U Notices DIDN'T (JET lJURNEI) OL'T Still doInK buslneim. Hour* 0 n ni. to 9 p. m. Everyday. Hnlr- euts 78c. ElKEH IIARIIER HHOP IM 80 Every May Day Is Pay Day Whon Yoti Buy R>'tox l'ilnt<>d Stntlonfry' Anniin) May Sn)« .S.H .r ^O Vnlue for only $2.10 2(K) slfiKlf sh<»«?tx. liHl onveli)pi»s. 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