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—Locut Marlicts— So Change In Local Market Prices Local produce and grain mjirkct prices wero unchiiiiKod today from Saturday's close. UBALN Old corn $J.6a iNew corn $1.6'2 Soybeans S2.68 Oats (36 Iha.) 79fi Flax $3.70 Graves Qraln Company Oruver, Runtltigtoti. Maple HUl I 'UODUCE Sweet cream _ 73c No. 1 710 No. 2 69c Henneries 32c No.'f 270 No. 2 24c Straight run - 28c Hens, under i ¥j Ib.s 10c Hens, 4','j lbs. and over 13c icavy cocks 10c eghorn, leghorn cro.s.s cocks Sc iSfottJC City Livestock Sioux City, May 12 (JPl—Sloux Dlty llvcatock market quotations: jCattle salable 6,500; cnlvea 75; most slaughter steers and heifers fairly active, strong to 60 higher; steers [indcr 1100 lbs at full advance; cows strong to 50 higher; vralcrs j Scarce; stockers and feeders active, • strong to 60 higher; several mles cJioicc fed steers 32.00-34.00; load lots choice to mostly prime 5.60-36.00; latter for 1200 lb boov- la; commercial and good 27.50- JO.OO; load lots choice heifers 32.003.00; commercial and good 25.609.60; utility and commercial cows !2.00-25.60; few 26.00; numerous :anncrs and cutters 18.00-21.00; few light canners below 16.50; bulk me- llum and good stock steers 28.0O- bl.OO; load lots choice 625 lb to 600 lb averages 34.00-37.00; choice light [ceding heifers around 32.00; load Dts choice 400-500 lb steer calves 8.00-38.00. Hogs salable 7,000; active; light j/eight ba.rrows and gilts steady to nostly 10-16 higher; top 10 under 'riday 's limited extreme; heavier reights fully steady to strong; In- :ances 10-26 higher; sows fully ;eady; barrows and gilts 190-260 IS 20.00-20.60; medium and choice lixed weight lots under 260 Iba eluding lots with bred gilts 19.75.26; around 270-300 lbs 19.26-20.00; 0-350 lbs 18.76-10.26; some around lbs 18,00; BOWS 300-400 lbs 17.60|.76; choice light weights to 19.00; lbs 15.75-17.75; few big wel- Its 15.50. TOTKM POLK? Resembling a totem pole, brought up to 20th Century standards. Ihl.s streamlined mast house.s new, secret radar equipment, aboard the United States, $70,000,000 super-liner now being built. The strange looking mast has an enclosed crow'.s iie.st. The ship, nearing completion at Newport News. Va., is expected to try for the Atlantic speed crown, now held by the Queen Mary. The United States will be the largest passenger vessel flying U. S. flag. Convert Castaways into Dollars with For Sale Ads For Rent FOR RENT—Good sleeping room for a gentleman. Mr!>. Elmer Wogen, Phone 1136. 183-tf-6 Real Estate FOR RENT—»-room house, furnished or unfurnished. Must have children. Rent rea.sonable for responsible people. For information inquire J. * L. Cafe. 183-SX-6 FOR RENT—Apartment In Rohde Building. Phone 771. 179-12x-5 FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished apartment. Ph. 213W. Clarence Golla. 173-tf-5 FOR RENT—One largo nowiy-dec- orated apt. Close in. Also one two-room apt. Ph. 835. 17S-tf-5 FOR RENT—New front apartment tor married couple. Inquire at Sorensun Studio. 165-tf-5 FLOOR SANDING Equipment for rent at Montgomery Ward. Retlnlsh your floors at low cost by renting this equip- msnt and using Wards high-quality floor finishes. MONTGOMERY WARD 143-tf-6 IMMEDIATE DEUVERY!! 24x80 bungalows, $3,144, erected on foundation or basement home. Other sites, styles. Your plans or ours. Free delivery 100 ml. Standard construction. Not prefab. Best dry lumber. Visit Fahning Supply, Wntorvillc, Minn. Open 8-5 (No Sundays*. 184-2x-8 Bus. Opportunity"' ticago Livestock Chicago, May 12 H'—The hog arkot continued fairly active toy with prices steady to 25 cents ifher. Around 100 head topped \ $20,60. Idyville Plans lood Relief Days iKcidyville, la., May 12 The residents of Eddyville, flood ctims themselves only a few |ars gigo, plan u little reverse nd-lcase this week. Vlfred Ogden, mayor of this lit- tiown badly flooded by the Dos oitjes river in 1947, has proclalm- Tuesday and Wednesday as _ od relief days and asked e.very- io to contribute generously. The townswomen plan a bake ilo as one of the many fund rais- g 'schemes and the local theater anager will donate ail proceeds ir the two days to the flood reef fund. A concert by the high ^hool band will wind up the two |iy 'drive Wednesday night. Ilf you want a sweet dressing for Vfryit salad, beat in a 'little honey a regular French dressing. FOOTBATJ^ Continued from page 4 to bo the best ball handler, Jim MllanI the best breakaway runner, and Bob Kecfc the best on plowing straight ahead. « * •» FROM AN OVKRALL viewpoint Saturday, the players seemed sui'- prisingly adept at the single wing alter only 20 practice sessions. For many of them, the 20 sessions were their first baptism to the single wing. Evashevski's version of the single wing is quite an intricate maneuver, probably In its best production every bit as tricky as the T formation. Some new plays contained as many as three separate handoffs and several had two such exchanges. Even the pressbox was at a loss on occasion to find tho ballcarrier. Evashev.ski says the players all seem to like the new offense and have said so peisonally to the coaches. « « « "THEY'RE ALL out there fighting for positions and it's just possible that as many as six sophomores may start next fall," he said Under this iieadlng he included either Inman or Stearnes at right halfback, Blnky Brooder or Jim Milani at fullback, Warren Lawson at center, Phil Hay man at guard, George Palmer at tackle, and McBrido or Schwengel at end. "Right now, though," Evashevski said, "if wo wore to play our op ening game, Pittsburgh would beat us 40' points. Our biggest problem between now and our first contest is to develop a running attack." FOR SALE—Hardware store in N. W. Iowa. Bottled gas. appliances, plumbing, heating, radio, T. v., etc. Good volume. Approximately $35,000 including fixtures and stock at inventory. $15,000 wll lhandle. Write Box 67KN. 185-6X-21 Body of Drowning Victim Identified Dubuque, la.. May 12 !P —The body of a man found in the Mississippi river near Dubuque Saturday has been identified as that of Edward Brinkman, 29, Cassville, Wis. A nephew and brother-in-law identified the body yesterday. Brinkman and Ivan Bell, of Kendall, Wis., drowned last Oct. 13 while duck hunting on the MIsslsslpl throe miles north of Du buque. Bell's body was recovered several weeks after the drowning. Brinkman's body was found by two Dubuque residents about 1! miles south of Dubuque. Ot>AY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Anawer to Previous Puzzle Baby Talk \ HORIZONTAL I Baby's dress protector \ Tenth of a cent' 8 Where,baby sleeps 12 Fruit drink 13 Notion 14 Emanation 15 Waiter l^One sent on teirfinas • leValues 20 Outmoded Sl'Measuresof 22widccd ,24 Babies need loving 2aMan's 27 30 32 34R| saci 361: fiucKname SO^ontaintir 42|>ut In a varehousfe 4S&e )r -centered ^ on 49 fabrics 81 Pronoun 82C«yin Peniviylv^nia 63 Indian S4BQm VERTICAL. 1 What baby is often called 2 Roman date 3 Improving 4 Actors 5 The same as before 6 Smaller 7 Spanish article 8 Artiflcial waterway 9 Floor covers 10 Angers 11 Uncovered 17Heroic 19 Imp^ve 23 Twining plaints •24.TfflniK>rary p 1 A N o A <? N 1 N T e R s o M e & A s T R e t* A N 1- 1 N B R s O N U rjj A c e P B P fg K U 9 H s L> A o ''/. 1 N m P» A u BIO R A IX R A •» V B N T AlV A L. o 1 N u T e ^ s N 1 c B S T c H m M B M S R O T A u A R 1 B A T B « L. \- A M A 6 A U a • A S A 1 s T K m B ia Toward the sheltered side Baby Edward's nickname Changes Mineral rocks Existed Weirder Unspoken 40 Woody plants 41 Postures 42 Small duck 43 Ancient Irish capital •44 Of the ear 46 Mirth 47 Fatty animal tissue 48 Three of cards SO Chill NICE OPPORTUNITY! To start your own little proflf- ablo business. No experience Is necessary. You can start with spare or full time to first feel your way and expand as earnings justify. A reliable Dun and Bradstreet rated firm will select a responsible Individual from this area to represent our products distributed through now autom.itic merchandising machines. An investment of only $600.00 In 20 initial machines and merchandise is required to start you. When you can see growing profits you can then add additional equipment and inventory for expanding. One of our Items is a new chloi-ophyll Gum type product, which is receiving so much national publicity. This Is an opportunity well worth your fullest Investigation. For person al Interview, write, giving your qualifications, name, address and phone number to Mr. Wiggins, Pres., Inlerstule Vending Corporation, 508 So. Main Street Carthage. Mo. 185-4-21 FOR SALE—Grocery store within radius of 40 miles of Esthorville. $70,000 volume of business last ycAT. Building, stock and equipment. Reason for selling, poor health. Write Box 57GT, Ksther- viile. la. 182-6X-21 Entertainment ' SMORGASBORD Thursday, 6 to 8 p. m. SKYLINE 185-3-1 JANE FROMAN STORY "With a Song in My Heart" at the Grand theater, Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday. 185-3-1 Political 21 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 2 178-26-24 Three More War Dead Washington, May 12 iJP>—A defense department casualty list (No. 862) today identified three more Korean war dead and seven wounded. iNE.vpENSivE nouaiNo FOR SALE Two-bedroom homo. I,. R., D. R.. kitchen. «5.000. ESTHERVILLE REALTY Pb. 1.140 or 1638.1 1R5-1-S FO R SALE - Four-room house and bath, garage, full basement and lot. Good location. ver>' good condition. Priced to sell- $8,850, RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Ph. 1650 or 17.19 188-2-i? Farm IF YOU nc>M mor*' ncni cum to flni.«h your planting. I hnvr a limited supply of Pion.er on hand. Knrly or medium ni.-iturl ty. Strong germination. Ciill or see A. B ROSKNBERGKR E .Htherviiic Ph anwd 185-2-7 For Sale For Sale 10 ISo .Mon.. Mny 12. Mm 1 MW ». unJ«w t»* ».•« nf Mitrvft .1. !»:• WANT TO BUY- S or 4-bedroom home. Close in. Will pav around $15,000. Write Box B7PBY, Ks- thervllle. m-xl-S BITSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN CEYLON CAROL BROCKMAN, Realtor 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-SX-8 FOR SALE-3-bedroom house, gas heat, attached garage, well located. Shown l)y appointment only. Call 667W before B;!10 or G14W after 5:30. 183-3-8 FOR SALE—Small, modern 2-bcd- room home, on two Iota. Qos heat. Immediato possession. Phono 15. 174 -tf -8 FOR SALS :—R-room modem house on N. 9th St. Close In. Reaaon- ably priced. See N. J. Lee. 120-tf-8 Jobs Wanted 8 WANTED—House work for summer months. Town preferred. Can start Juno 1. Janctte Madsen. Age 17. Ph. 1F18 Ringsted. 186-3X-3 WANTED—Window washing. Ph. 1051J, 183 -4 -3 Services OUR AFTER-HOURS depository is for your convenience. Never risk leaving money where it will be unprotected from fire or theft. When you lock your placo of business at night make it a regular habit to use the night depository al our bank. IOWA TRUST & SAVINGS BANK 186-3-9 WE DO contract paint work. See us for estimate on exterior and interior painting. Ph. 1680. Hay's Paint Store. 16-tf-9 FOR FREE PICKUP and doUvory. Ph. 49. B & G Cleaners. 286-tf-9 WANTED -YOUR KOGS, CREAM AND J>OULTKV. Highest cash prices paid. Flock culling servlee. Try our dependable, convenient market. Plione 91. P G CRAY lit t*f Wuffl '3c P#r w.-ini Ral*a «rv twt „l Minw ad. I'ASII M ITI« HOG HOUSES-FEEDEJIS Built to your order. Priced rlglit. Guaranteed satisfactory. Come in, give us the desired dimensions. Commander Elevators, Huntington. W. E. Seomnnn. manager. Phone 44W5. t.<*.'.-l-7 I ur t diura Ttipa* daj-a f\Mif amy* M« ins* On* iraalt It»fh a.l.Utlowii 4»sr Minimum ad .MV c«MaaMutlv* irvaarllona CUwainxl a.u an OnilKR. Hi «.lilir»i>iEit charjf . f l»« for cnMIt ^0<• •rrvio* crtar«» ir r»- t>ll«* «n laKin 1.) llkllt .Nt«a MM i^c. la .-harcfsl t( a.t r *rnM a.Mia«» i *r pbiw* nuint»#f Init ^••x ailTariiatra nam*. Claaainao a .1 uarra abnaUl riwvii itMlr MniilMmania In U M txnt lama thfy 4pt)«ar ADI I r4|i»r uijr •war ai oBc* M no alhiwanraa MA M nukiia anar itM rini U KM Personal FOR SALF-12-foot Internntionnl field cultivator, .lohn Doeie buy loader, both in good working order. Donald Howard. Ph. 7JM. 18.1-.17 FOR SAI.K Autonialie baler wire while it lasts. .lolin Uetre at $9.25, Mlnneapoli.H - Moline at $1125. Oliver at $10 50, \V, C. Noehren & Son, Terrll. In , FOR SALE -Farmall "H" tractor and cultivator, in ver\" good condition. Price $1,050, W. C. Noehren & Son, Terrll, la. 1R3-3-7 HKAT IT GIUI.H not voui riiiia to Miiitln KurnlUir.' for Klim lAvim Iaiitl vipl',ol»»ler\' »'le!uv .r STORK WIDK SALI-: Hiii;e Htoek -redtK 'tnM ««le Slarf)* Tluirsilay. Henister for pri«e>. Iirawing .'<nlilrd;iy evi ^nlng Wal- eb foi big sale nd In Dally N<«« Weilnesday. KSTl 1 ICRV11,1 HAll 11WAHK 18ft 1-4 lOr ROAST REIOF .^ANinVUMI. IIUIS I MM I pntntOi 'H 50o. i>rTfu MA in i.uNni 18.VI-I FOn SALE -- MInneapolls-Mollnp 13-ft. ground drive windrower. Now in 1948. Excellent condition. Price $375. Noehren * Son, Terrll. 183-3-7 JACK: Let's R ,! that balky r,ir radio rei)alred right away. .Stive ut BKlherville Radio ean tell Vou wbain wronn with it Ruth, 184.1-1 KINOS-CROST, $12,90 per bushel, Turnent, $11,80 per bushel. All ndapUible varieties for this area. Golden Sun Milling Co, Phones 296-297. 183-3-7 FOR SALE --- Bavengor soybeans, cleaned. '^S a bushel. John L. Johnson. Ph. 29W7. No Saturday calls. 182-7-7 FOR YOUR NEEDS IN Now and Used Machlnory VIKING MOTORS Always a square deal at Viking . . . your Massoy-Harrls and Oliver dealer in Esthorville. 179 If-7 CHTCK&—1 to 3 weeks old at reasonable prices. Feeder males on time; pay when you sell thorn. Bargains in Kozy brooder lious- e«. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa 173-lf-7 BOTTLE OAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49J51 151-tf-9 PETERSON'S Radiator Service, lust east of Vondy's, 1714 Central. Experienced in all types radiator repair. 116-\f-9 EVERYDAY PRICES Brcukfust--2 eggs and toast 30c 2 eggs and bacon 4Sc Cakes and coffee 25c Dinners—75c and 80c Spring fried chicken every Wednesday 80c All orders include drink. DS CAFE Across from Honeymead 186-3-9 SALES BOOKS RESTAURANT CHECKS MANIFOLD BOOJ<S Suited to any business, tailor-made to your Individual needs. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS Northwest Iowa's Largest,. Printing Plant 185 -3-9 MR. FARMER Call our agent nearest you for prompt removal of dead stock. ESTHERVILLB Phone 700 DOLLIVER Phone 700 OBAETTINOER Phone 700 WALLINOFORD Phone 700 SUPERIOR Phone 700 ARMSTRONG Phone 700 Esthervllle Rendering Service EARL TUTTLE, Driver 18.5-1-7 OUT ODB WAX DEAD STOCK WANTED 2-Hour Service ESTHERVILLE .1390 DOLLIVER OPERATOR SUPERIOR OPERATOR WALLINOTORD 80 WE PAY PHONE CHARGES Bob Wilson, Driver Farmers' Rendering Service Branch of Algona RendorlnK Co. 185-1-7 FOU SAI.K StrrvMlx-rrv i.Uin'a, June h-arin>; J.' 6<1 I K : bui .•v.-r-i WnilnK MIS |>i-! 100 r.mptvrry i (•Unl«, I.V .iih. ruhhnrh i<>•!•. ' |>rr !Pil kl int •.-,•.1 .\!! l.\l ''.i* M\d fl-AvrilnK 1. . ,N \'.\.\ .\n,\ iiliint* E>tb.-tvUU- i:r.-.Ti I '.eU-..' I'I- \;M 1.1 SM.K OK ni.'^i (IN t INIKK | COl.OK.^ OF INTKKIOU I'AINT lo'. of fnnioti.* ji .itnl^ 1-t i! .lOVCK MMllKU ro i 1 ^.^ 111' KOI! SAI.K I ',>ui i.n .m ,.11. «!, 1, lunt'.,- to r,(i>v. ,1 \\'lr..i f,>t i . \.-. tllriu I'h .\',>."UJ Spltl! j l .nU.' l*^ M ' A i;ii-r Kou riiK HIUIM: 11. iHlllfiill\ '\ !.a Nvit.T,. .!.<,,I flidUrM fill kitth'I^ ('..Ul-' •! IKlni.* liioiit (>I.,St).\ KI.KiTlUi- .SKl!VIi-K ,1 M ' ASK Klllt S.in.l.i. I,. iv .Mivi .i , \our faviMil'' plor*' I SANnKUS lOK CUKAM I 'O FOR SAI.K Two r.Mini houpie to lie moved. Two b.itro.itn hiiiin«« and lot for Kale H I. Ilow.Mi, "11 .Ho • ITS If 10 .KAVING for lA^n Angeles June 1 Can lake 2 or 3 pansengem Share expennes, I'hone Mniirlei' l-.'veledi. H92\\' IH3 3x-4 Sale Calendar TI'KSOAY. MAY 18, 1:80 |.. m. Mrs. John Dnlen, 221 N. 2nd Street, Ksthorvllle. A complete line of boiiNehuld goods Including kitchen appliance. Auctioneers; Vn- shier and Burns. Clerk: lowo Trust ami Savings l>ank. Hale nd: May 9. Loans and Ins. 10 CASH LOAN.S tflO.OO - »J80.00 and up on your Hignature, auto or furniture. Repay In small monthly amounts. Our service l« prompt. Phone or come In! IOWA OUARANTEE, Inc. 184-3-15 Automotive 11 TKH.N' signal switch, self cancel ling, with tlie kit for our car. »B,75 WKSTEUN Al'TO ASSOC STOKE 185-tf 11 FOR SALE Lightning ro*l», 27 yrm of •ntUfled customers. Call rol led 1817J. 807 K lOth St.. Rpeo err. In. Omi O, Hath. l.Tf-«Ox tk ItKKtUOKRATOR SI'KiM AJ Ni'w. 8 fm)t r4'«rlKeralor. Specl- allv prieeil al $I9i»M IIKIPKK KLKlTRir CO 177 If 10 Si VIMKK HUIRTS ^ t.. I.'-!:!* W ii!.- r-tn,;.- ..f •11 lU't.I S -^TOMK l*5-.-. !•> i;r\t\t v .;f; AN!> M.VKK -^ALK .•^^tus.i ,\, 17 <i .« i„ i ii, ?4|,.><..i i -.l t>% U ,im- n f II.\!.-... M ,!l !..- h-;.l in <h.- M !• Ill >.!.!>• t «S < \ J HIM Mi --uoi,t< <rnvisMiSi;s r.. . t-'li,.- Ill I \.vir .>M .Ittl.tt. ..I i.ri.tl. n.'iv ^ .lit.t!;,- -i «hhu: hjn**. •^%\2 >iu' .'1.1 <,i'l.. .-..ff.-,- i-vbi.- I I ^'lis.r iji.I '•rh.-r mine • ,\iu loK (o (*«lUiir- nm iou «l •* U .jiint- \ A!t tlir nllui- if t ..1.1 .-..n.mi.in An.I i -w Hotio » H.t^i\e.W.in ^vjil.t r .k . ...t ..f l-« .1 I'J l>^^•:^s Tiiritsr >AV H. ('.j-ir-.l M iMi 1 new >u*, I M'.II- I ni.vi..t fr.uo Kir.^lon*- 4 ii ). ,' -iluf! Kll.'«l..n.- tiiUU^itril iM.ii .'i .nh $^•ws>.^ I3ia » *.-.~k IUIKSTOM: STORKH 1«5,V1H l'"Ot( MAl.K Two ni-.lliim «tl. .1 lOf) ,'11- wniill nprl *rb' pidno, •"•Hlll'l. fell I, -built Al**», t\'W \\i\.U\in -111"! Wiittlli .r i:(iln'! yi .uie .i |irl..<l froiu IMS up KltAKlT Ml Sic Kslli.rvll!.' RAWI.KIOH 1»ROI>l?CTa, K T Rnumnnn. I'h 274J. SOtflO Jobs Wanted JOH U'ANTEM Ph. 1731t.\V Unhy «lliliiK IM «x 3 r.HKI> II|CV«'I.K» Il«> UM up 7».' l', I *..'k l-'itf-ilone Stor** I»»-3 b> MST AimiVKn I 'aim of ihnlr*. Heitiiuriil n.'w Cnllftirnia deiror- i»lnr ":i ei>v «'T« SANIIOH.V Kt?HNITUHK IW.l Id IMIt SAI.K 8<,«ll ri4R Hu*l iiiid grrrn (lorni patlrm BUilht- Iv woin but i» bargain at Hi, Mr» C.l.nn U »«Ar>. «3l Uth Ave N IM tfi If) Help Wanted ' WANTKO .Man In work In rnbl net and nilllwork iihop. Htemly Job, Kxperienee ilefdrablr but not neoenHniy, Mo«t have Home nieclirtniottl nbllily Apply C«rl- »on Mlllwork, Armstrong, Itiwn WIC NOW have TiimhlTog •hortn. • lira 2 to K luimA with matehlnc •.hlrln KHIJ'^HH VALl'K HTORK FOR HAt.K Htrel elothixt lln<» |M )len Call (.oewhen. t33 VI. l?lh I 'hone 7IJJ J »04-I0 WAITRKH8 WANTKO Apply In prnion at Pantry Cnfe, 17&tf-3 WANTED—airl or womui lo work In Coffee Shop. No rxpcr- lencn needed. Wo Irnch you. Oood wage* plun mrula end unt- (ortna. Oerdaton Coffc* Bhop. lMtf-3 FOR .SAMC The Superior nchool win receive bldn on one 19.18 and one 1039 tnternallonni rliniiAla with 30-paiiNunger HC I IOO I )>UI« bodlen. Hald bldn to be In by May 28, 19B2. The Hoard reiierv- eK the right lo reject any or ell bUlR, II. E, OlKOn. Secretary. 185-111 FOU SALF, 1947 4-do(ir I 'ontlae .SI reaiiillner, Kxeepllnnnlly rlenn, Clinn W.lby, Call 12i4J between noon and 8 p. ni, 183-3-11 FOR TIRE MILEAOE have u( Bwltch tIreM and check wheel alignment lo help cut down tire wear. THOMAS MOTORS 185 .311 TOIl HAI.E Two new 000x18 tir e«. O, J, Mill re, 1221 N, Seventli, after 6 p m. IH4.2x 11 WAWTED—Waltreea. Palace Cafe. l03-l(-3 MEN WANTED Nmlod at once for plnnt work. Apjily in ixTson nt plant office. Honeymead, Inc. l-'Hthcrvllli', Iowa i*r,.2-2 (U'ARANTKE If nny |3iK) tlenrlnjic Aid in your o |i 'nlun In ani, w»y nut (H <r(arm> n »7r. '/..nllh. Your Monry Hack Minilii o\u unrotifllllonal Kldaj nUiiii piUili 'Ki I You Arr ih.- Mole J U' I KI. Estherville Drug Co. "Your ('nriuT DniK Ston*" IK -M ll> Every May Day Is Pay Day Wiien You Buy Kytcx Prlntwl Stationery AnnunI May Sale ^XTA) Value for only $2.U» 2tX) slnKle nhetHs. liXJ envflopwi. PrintiHl with name and addre«A. IJuy for yourself and for futun? RlftH. Snvi- Money In May Estherville Daily News 183-3 11) FOR BALK -1946 Jeep, 4-wheel drive, good rondlllon. I'rlc«d al 546, W, r. Noehren A Son Terrll, la. 183 3 11 CAR TROUBLES? For carsfrea iipring driving and gaa lavjng top performance, bring your car to ua for a iipring checkup. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. I»3-«-ll FOR HA1.,E-1947 Chevrolet truck and box Phono 960LW. Jamca Dflhl. IMS So. Uth. I704 .f-U LET US Uke c«rc of your ftulomo- tivo needs. Bumper to bumper •crvlce—all make*. Bee ua. Roblnaon Motor* "PonUae" 8th and Central Ave. 3»7-lf-ll Notices inONT OET BURNBI) OUT Htill doing hualnoaa. Koun 9 a m to 9 p. m. Everyday. Hair rutit 7(ic. RIKE'H BARBER .SHOP ' I85-«4 WANTED—Apartments or Houses for Teachers One married couple will want apartment or small hpu)^ UNFURNISHED liy (approximately) June 15th. No children. Contact Mr, and Mrs. Merle Lendefts, Box 12, Westmar college, Lc Mars, or telephone Koehler Hall, and ank tor Mrs. LcndcH«. Also a married couple will want FURNISHED apartment or small iiouse by Sept Ist or Oct. 1st. No children. Cbntact Mr. and Mrs. WlJJIam Me- Ken^n, Spencer Music Stprf? at Spencer. N. E. Dennoney Supt. of Schools WIN A PRIZE Daily News Classified Ad Con+est VViito a IfttiT ti'llInK "What Daily News Classified Ads Have Done for Me" In observance of NATIONAL WANT AD WEEK May 18 to 24 1st Prize: R>lex Prlnt-writi- Htationery. 200 shcj'ts, 100 envelopes printed with ruune and addrtTss. 2nd Prize: Rytox Imporlai Monograms. 50 notes with your monoKram. 50 plain envelopes. 3rd F*ri2e: Rytex Informals. 100 infoiTiialH emIxMwed with name. loo envelopes. CON'raisT RULES 1. Letters llmite<J to 100 words or less. 2. Must tx- biased on a ti-ue exrM'rience with Dally News tlajwiflefl advertising. 3. Must be fiisned with name, address and telephone niimlxT. 4. Approximate date when ad referred to svns run sliould lie included if possible. !>. All entries must lie postmarked before midnight, Tliursday, May 15. fi. De<'iKlon of Jitdges will U? final. 7, All letters will b<> the pro|x«rly of the Dolly News itnd cannot bo returned, 8. Tlie D.iUy News n-seiMvs the right to print any or all letlei-8 m-elvwl. JOIN IN THE FUN! ENTER TODAYl

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