Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 22, 1952 · Page 5
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Quick Results. Satisfaction from Daily News Classifieds Legal Notices "GO AWAY. YOU'IIK NO Rood for mo," tiankly ii'vcjils Mailcn.' Dietrich to Arthur Kunncily that his prcsoncu ix ;i disturbing I'li- mnnt in this scene from "Rancho Notoviousf" Thi' movie, in Tcchi- color, plays at the Grand theattr Friday and Saturilny. Mel I-"or- ricr is co-starred with Dietrich and Ivon'ncdy in the taie of ih.- old western frontier. Co-hit \s "Tallt Al)out a Strnn;,'or." a niy.stery. which stars Georso Murphy. Nancy Davi.s and Lowi.s Stone. —Local Markets— All Grains Show Price Gain Today All grains were from one " four cents per bushel hiRher on today's - local grain market. Corn was up- a penny, soybeans four cents, oats two cents and flax throe cents. Produce maindd -unchanged. GRAIN Old corn New corn Soybeans Oats (36 lbs.> Flax Graves Qtam Coapany Oruver, Huntington. Maple Hill PRODUCK »Swoet cream 73c Chicago fAvcslnck Chii-.iKu. May 22 i/Pi Tin- lii>p market w;is fairly artivi- in larly dealings but si-ttlcd ba- k Inter with price.-; .steady to 25 cents low cr. Tlie cattle market was mixed will] slauKhter .s'.ccrs and yeailinjis active and steady to SO eent.s hil^h er, cows stoud}' to weak and heifers scarce and .stronB_ The sheen market was .steady. NOTICK OV API'OINTMKN'T OV AOMIMSTKATKIX No. 2722 Stati' of Iowa, Emmet County, S.H Notice i.s liereby Riven, that tho undersigned has been duly appoint ed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Henry H. Stangeland deceased, late of Emmet county. All person."! indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those liavln,{ claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated to the undersigned for nllowanei'. and tile in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Sadie Olson, Admix. By Kennedy & Kennedy, her attorneys. Dated May H. 11»52. Ruth Kemis. Clerk District Court, B.v: Mnrv reterson. Deputy. (May l.V22-29> prices re- S1.67 $1.63 $2.71 . 75c $3.68 No. 1 ..u No. 2 ........................ Henneries No. 1 No. 2 Straight run Hens, under 4 Ms lbs 10c Hens, 4W lbs. and over 13c Heavy coolw _ —• lOe Lcehorn, leghorn cross cocks ...Sc 71c 69c 29c 25c 22c 25c SLPERIOR Sioux City Livestock Sioux City, May 22 (<^)—Sioux City .livcBtock market quotations Cattle salable ?,500; calves none; slaughter steers and heifers largely little changed; some light yearlings fairly active, steady to strong; steers over 1100 lbs rathee slow; beef cows slow-; canners and cutters strong; stockers and feeders about steady; scattered sales choice fed sbicrs 32 .00 -33.25; load choice around 1175 lb beeves 31.00; prime scarce; commercial and good 27 .00 -31 .00; choice around 775 lb heifers 33.25; commercial anvl good 26 .00 -30.00; utility and commercial 22 .e0 -25 .00; few 25.30; numerous canners and cutters 19.0022 .00; odd lots medium and good stock steers 27.50-31.00. Hogs salable 10,000; very slow opening sales lighter weight barrows' and gilts 15-25 lower to order buyers; general market naw full." 50 lower; trade practically at :i standstill; sows 25-50 lower; choice 100-240 lb barrows and gllU 21.0021,36; around 50 head choice 245 lb averages 21.40 to order buyer.<: packers 21.00 and down; 260-270 lb 20.60-21.00; few lots 290-310 lb 19.5019.75; one lot around 370 lbs 18.50; sows around 400 Iba down 18.2£10.78; 400-880 lbs 17 .00 -18.50. Baccalaureate Address bv Rev. Peterson BY MK5, T. M. HOUGK The Superior baccalaureate service was held at the Superior church May 18 with the Rev. Howard Peterson giving the address. The program: Processional, Mrs. Edna Innis; invocation, the Rev. Howard Peterson; "Little Brown Church," high school chorus; "America," congregation; address, "How Are Your Byes Today?" the Reverend Peterson; solo, "My Task," Donna Lee Klcmpa; "I've Done My Work," girls' chorus; "I Need Thee Every Hour," congregation; benediction. Reverend Peterson; recessional, Mrs. Innis. Two juniors. Sherman Kumba and Dolores Fredericks, led the seven seniors and Superintendent Smith and Mrs. Guy Simpson and her eighth graders, followed. All | wore red carnations. I'UBLIC NOTICE The undersigned hereby apiwnls to tho Board of Adjustment of the City Plan Commission of the City of EsthcrviUc, from an order made by Roderick F. Rice, enforcing officer, under Zoning Ordinance No. 68 of the City of Esthervllle, refusing the undersigned a permit to construct a one story frame addition to his house at 814 11th Ave. North for a garagi' on the West of Lot 1 and the North 10 feet of Lot 2 in Block 2 of Bartlett's Second Addition to Esthervllle, Iowa. Said appeal will come on for hearing before tho Bo.ird of Adjustment at the Council Chamber at the City Hall in EBthervllli! on June 18, 1952, at 7:.'?0 o'clock P. M. Dated this 20th day of May. A. D., 1052. CONRAD BREKKE. (May 22 and 291 Farm WILL PAY you the very top on your No. 1 bright wool. A. Fisher. 191-8-7 FOR YOUR NEEDS IN New and Used MRchlnpr>' VIKINO MOTORS Alwaj-s a square deal at Viking . . . your Maascy-Harria and Oliver dealer in Ealhervllle. Farm UAST CAM for i-hick.^ I to .t M »VMU< poll ICU^^ For Sale For Sate JO weeks old and end of se.i-ion reduced prices j jQj HA.MIl.TON H.\Tl'HKI!Y | Hnneioft liiw^\ imtf 7 •utinihnl K'n'T KvMtMl exrr»l lOuMM Thurs.. .Mn .v i'l, I9 .V» Foil SAI.K l ".i;> i\ f.HX ;«tl n>-!Al hiHi-'e IrvtiJ, r H'-nr\ Millrr FOR RENT I'a^tme Cnil Knapp. Ph. 7F22. GraittmKir t!>»-3\l IAi*»<) mt McxM r <*M nwit«r u«t, «. 1*30 kt Uw pnat >ifriM •! KMhM nut l<w«. uM«r tiM Mt M Mkro a. 117* Personal MAY WE take this method of thanking our nelghboi-s and friends for their many cards and memorials and kind expressions of sympathy in our bereavement. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nichtern and family. 194-l.\-4 179-tf-7l cUEAM-POfLTRY EUGS Bent market pi lee jiUis courteous, helpful service I'onvenicnt curli •crvlce. Phone su P G GRAY l!M-.'5-7 FOR SALK .><0 Whu. Roek chickens. U mo old Jl ill each. Eugene Schubert. Suiuvtor ttM -2x-7 Bus. Opportunity"' $300 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Refilling and collecting money from our five-cent High Grade vending machines in this area- NO feELLING. To qualify for work you must have car, references, and $600.00 cash, immediately available. Devoting 6 hours a week to business, your end on percentage of collections should net up» to $300.00 monthly, with ver.v good possibilities of taking over full time. Income increasing accordingly. Other Iowa territories, and surrounding states also available. For interview, include phone in application to Box 87LJ, Esthervllle, Iowa. 194-3-21 •NEVER USED anything like it." .says users o( Berlou Mothspray. Odorless, stainless, and guaranteed to stop moth damage for five whole years. Sanborn Furniture. 194-3-4 I WOULD like to take this means of thanking all my friends who sent me the many cards and flowers during luy recent lllneBR. Sten.-i Hyrup. 194-lx-4 FOR SALE Int 1 row cultlva- tor. Complete nllh Uydrnulle cylinders AIKO '.Vri.rt- cultlvnt(»r for A. C.-W IV, used one sea.ion H. Andiesen Walllngford I'h 152 on 12 lP3 -n \-7 I at t PVwr iMjr* m* — IU«ll XMIUOWU itftT Minimun M »ne. euOMcutltrt UMcrtkwa auatriM *•>> itr* T« Wf *i ptt woM lU ft vura IV Mr wrr* Ham an par at MIM M. OA»H w rrit von SAI.K Two ti.*»t,luur' for ii\ iliier. ^' t As." S,.>ilh I'll 1 tv» T\ m*>\» rr« >t\e \*»tl>-)l AU .t t-rtr* rttl K»r.*>,-' l.Mli- ltU% Ifv.l 'VW IW .'v 1.1 Ki>l! SAI.K Klr.trt. i»nir. 2 ^\\: M r« for.t ORDKK. IhwIlkTCpiiif ^tutrt* ••t IM for tr*<lll »<»<• •»rvle« «lM>r«i> If i*- •ItM u« l«k *B by IMII; Nrwa aM It« u thktt *4 It aa rarriM a<l<ttMii or pbaom numlwr but rei advwuwr • FRIEND, there's a trend to Fina Foam for cleaning rugs and upholstery. .Martin Furniture Store 191-C-4 Loans and Ins. IB SEE US when you need money. You may apply for loon of $00 to $300 on your signature, salary or auto. Convenient monthly repayment plan, suited to your Income. IOWA GUARANTEE, Inci 193-3-16 Help Wanted Loans and Ins. IS Social Hour Cluli Bli-ets. The Superior Social Hour • club met Thursday. Plans were made for a picnic to be held at Jones Beach June 10, as the final meeting of the ye.ar. The club members decided to donate $5 to the school li- bi-ary committee to be used to pur- clia.se books for the school. Election of officers was held with the following being elected: Mrs. V. H. Black, president; Mrs. L. N. Reuland, vice president, and Mrs. Floyd Hoovcl, secretary-treasurer. An invitation from the Culture club was given the members to attend the art exhibit and program given at the church. May 21. Mrs. Mary Walsh and Mis. Will Logan, who were Charter iiii^nibers of the club were special guests. Attend Shower. Mrs. Charles Tatniiui and Mrs. George Leininger diove to Milford on Friday eveninM lo attend a shower for Joan Johnson'of Sioux City. FEDERAL LAND BANK 4% LOANS National Farm Loan Association for Emmet County and Palo Alto County Member Federal Land Bank Sy.'item. H. E. BARRINGER, Sec'y.-Treas. 1104 Broadway Enimetsburg 194-1-16 Want To Buy 20 WANT TO TRADE 36-inch gas stove for apartment size. Phone 826J. - m-2-20 Services Hot Salisburk Steak sandwich, mashed potatoes. Salmon Loaf with mushroom sauce, 50c. DUTCH MAID LUNCH 194-1-4 TODAY 'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Previous Puzzle At the Ball Game 3 Lacerate 4 Suffix • 5 Insight 6 Guarantee 7 Fielders must , handle the of line drives 8 Palm leaf 9Sea ( FT.) 10 Dines 11 Routes (ab.) , 12 Withered 19 French article 21 Shirt part 22 Armed fleet of Spain • HORIZONTAL 1 Three for an out' 7 Always popular at a ball game 13 Ascended 14 Oleic acid salt 15 A lilt up a ball game 18 Sharper in • flavor 17 Pedal digit 18 Last month («b.) 20 Compass point 21 Lurches 23 Tidier 25 Shop 24 Leather, 27 Bristly thongs 31 Domain 25 Soothsayer 32 Th*' catcher's 26 Soft mineral mitt ii the II pitcher's-^ It |i |i h 33 No team likes to wind up in the-l- 36 Covered pasMi eway 37 Drive^ofl 38 Rav^r« 40dcean 43 r— - games are played off 44 Dutch «ity 47 Baseball omc al ' 50 Foriner "Czar of Qaseball" 53 Opeiwho diets 54 ignores 55 llmphasis 56Dei|rade VESICAL 1 Seasoning 2 Group of 0 A T • A S c O M B A S B A C R B A 1- a B R s T H B R A 1 S • T W B e u ^ u O o T T A a c FF • £ q e w U H 1 A B u E T >A B T O R O 17 B s S A O e 1 B R fi N • S T A R e A, N # B N sfe u A o\ W O M A N <• A 1 M T N • 1 • M 1 C A •i M u m R 1 A N 1 u f* A B A O B T A B PLANNINCJ to remodel your home? Investigate Title 1 loans which cover all types of home improvements. Consult us witli- out obligation. IOWA TRUST & SAVINGS BANK 192-3-9 HELP WANTED (Part Time) Distributing company will select reliable person to deliver merchandise and collect money (No Selling) local accounts, this area. Must have car, 6 to 8 hours spare time each week and A-1 references. Pay Is not hourly but Avt- pcnds upon number of accounts serviced. Can also service some routes on a higher profit basis for a percentage of money collected. This requires ability to work without direct supervision and $700.00 cnsh working eapltnl which Is fully secured. To aid In developing B full time route, company will lend financial nsHlstuncc to rtualified applicants who prove their ability. If you qualify write fully, including phone number, (or personal interview. W, M. Webber, Box 67WW, Esthervllle, In. 194-3X-2 Our yard i.-^ so rUit lii I'll « ilh USeil triielois .III' aliolll ready to >:iv, s.nu. ol On-ni away . . -'O it \(MI ran usr one. stop lit .iti'i ' u- \V,. li;i\i :i ('lis - I" uith I. bUill lllOtoi It ^hllUl<l 111- JUKI In ItK pi iiiir as \\ "ill 1M- I. ad\ to voli' lot lb. lust tim.' .it this ilretioii One I'"-:?tl. IHrltv I:OIMI sluipr conKldirloc Us ai;. An Oliver 70 wlmli iioiii its looks nill«t have h\-<\\ OWIUMI by an old maid uho UM d II only to drivi' lo ilnii.h * An I'''-12 about riad\ for ml old agr pi'iisioii A Ca.Mi' CC. 1.1 I's not d.sci il" or di.seus.s lli.-il one. We also havr a 'Hi I>0 thai even (Jeorgi' i aii't tliul iiiiv thing wiont; In llieir travrls. most of these traetois hnv,' aerumulnt- ed cultivators. For thi' man who iiNilly wants Ihr hcsl, wi> li.'ivi- new CASE VAC. .SC and DC tnie- tors. B & B IMPLE.MKNT "Your Ca.so diiilir In EHthri vllle" 194-2-7 OlaoinM k4 owrt tltouM <««« umr ul *«rtlMa ««u in tb* nrai uww thn »W««r •M r«por uti «rT"r *\ ciiK« M D<> ftllowmaoM eaul h Jobs Wanted ^ \VA.\TK1> Caipi-ulei work New biiildtni.'. remoilellnK. (.niiin;.-. enbinet work Arthur M Hlgbv IMion" 1F81 1!>« 4x-^ li |. «• KOI! SAI.K : bowril ni«'loi 1 s»r , i.llr vv. i-W I't, .lUS lloM uril Kim SM.K l.ik. n. v> lop fcVtf* 1 'itii; • -.At r I si.w r. ixi n r> Jo I. lu W^llirik- I'll 1\ 10 I'l; ,1 10 i 1.1.-.1 i'.i;i Automotive 11 KOn ."^AKKTY Uuvi ii« llnpr.t brake system Ihoioughlv . . »d- just or reline tin- luaken. If neees.Ha ry. THOMAS MOTOItS ii>4 ;i 11 UKANS a vi'Bi'tiibli- (bat soni.> one I.s nlwa.vs spllllni. Hu> tlitiM', oni- ti*'^. Iiieliitlini; trade In KIrol Line Tiirs WHITISH STANDARD slCRVUK 418 Centfiil Avi' UM 2 11 WANTED Cook. Apply in person. Balmer Rest Home, 1304 2nd Ave. N 192-3-2 A HELP WANTED-—Married man for year-around farm work. Modern tenant house. Write or call Ted Winters, araettlngcr. ia9-6x-2 WANTED—Waltreaa. Palace Cafo. lOS-tf-2 Political 24 WE DO contract paint work. See ua for osllmato on exterior and Interior painting. Ph. 1680. Ray's Paint Store. 16-tf-9 MARY TOSTENRUD PETERSEN For Clork of Court (Qualified by experience. Pre.sent deputy clifrk. Republican Primary .June 2 ll);!-»-24 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. P & a Cleaners. 256-tt-9 BOTTLT5 GAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER. Ph. 49J51 181-tf-9 28 Gaze amordusly 29 Marine mammal 30 European theater of operations (ab.) 31 Red Cross aide (ab.) 34 Leasers 37 Staggered 39 Palm lily 40 Lather 41 E.xude 42MimicI{er . 44 Icelandic tale 45 Expires 46 Essential being 48 Follower 49 Legal point 51 Malt drink 52 Pen point PETERSON'S Radiator Service, Just east of Vandy'a, 1714 Central. Experienced In all types radiator repair. 116-tf-9 Having a" Party? Then see us for clever Party Invitations Place Cards Tallys Our staff will design them to fit your party scheme. ESTHERVILLE D*JLY NEWS Northwest Iowa's Largest Printing Plant 194-3-9 HE-ELECT E. I. Ellerston Republican Candidate for Supervisor I'-lrst District .Seventeen Years Experience Republican Primary, June 2 Your Support Appreciated 191-11-24 Entirely N«w and Different HOG CHOLERA VACCINE** (MODIFIED UVE VIRUS) ftbbbit Origin-Vacuum-Dfi^ • R«quir« no Mrum •• 0«Uy ofw in{*c1ion • InducM prot«e)ion on* w««ii iollowing voccinolton • Will not cau>« bog choUfo M Hnvacclnoted onimok • No ipaclol (••ding rcqvirad • Dom not inlarrwpt cippMi»* • Economical, ooty-to-u** ItOVAC U « ItUlT MOOtflK) »«• <WM Esthervllle Drug Co. AUTO HEAT rOVEIl HALE Rendy-mnde plnxtle nuto neat coverH. Variety of eolnm. Inelii- dInK plnldii. f'nn fU moiit enm Hl^- KavInK! ReK prler Prlei'd to rienr at lt4.R«. MONTOO.MERY WARD Kutbervllle. Iowa 10.1 .Til KOK SALE IP .in (-iLvroUl N-w tirc'H, Good condition. .Inrretl Diiwnld. Ph. 7m\V. 19 .n -3x 11 VOV. SALE - m3» Kurd ludor, Kood eondlllon, $78 00. Donald Klnher. 5 Houlb .Ird Ht lOO-Ox-ll LET US tnko care of your automo tlvo needs. Bumper lo bumper •crvlce all makei. Ben u*. Robln»on Motor* "PontUic" Rth and Central Ave. 227 tf-ll WE HAVE aperlalUta. factory trained, for dlnlrlbutoMi. carbur- •lors. iKnIlton ayiitom. front ends and Kenoral ovurhivullnR. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. 180-6-11 MA^ I'K.'-T1\Al. S1'I> lAl. II.i; Jl:;!M>^ Kif-ton. Ui.t.c, Oi-.:\ J:o!>.^ :iiiil \.ui I.Ill i>nl\ I '.'S ^> i> KI UKSTONK. .'iViiUK.-^ 19; 1 m M A V PK.SI I V .\ I. \M. 1 V.^ Ui»n .SpiiakliM i-iiuruli>i I t«*i "<( fl II M vi.li..- n.- \\'.»»h .Mop fi»i < ill- t\i\tl !i.-ni. ! JI 4M v;ilui> HT. IMixtli- riiriiw en S. i«i C.IMI. SlMLS vnhK II lit KIRICSTO.NK .STDUIC.S VM ^ 10 KOR SAI.K St.-.l .l.-ihrKlii,,. p.il rpi Curl l.oosrh.M. I'h 71JJ t i«> 0 111; I;AIU'K.N A.NI> l.AWN .St PPUKI n t»r.lrn ho«c «•> ;j. f tr»fn pta«lli- Burilcn h»»>- lli)<3 l..a«n mi-i»«t. trs. 117 M, ."P'rUl JISM. I«»n rhatfji rm WW • (lorlal, J4 W I.«s»n «-i-«i M»i!1 .•.»l grrrn. Ml- Ih Hue ilmfi I'li »l l» iiweial, «l>r elA.MHI.K.'^ MAV MAt.r: UKKnir.KUATt^R SrKCJAt. I'.ifiin*<t(> « lu fl »llh (iili fr»<-* .1 •h'l! »nit <-ri»j>rr R.-»\jli»rS\ !;.U '>a ,M|.r>Ui II'»« "•.AMUl.K -S )*4 -'li) NKW miAI'KftV f-tfiftr. up I. f; II Kiii.Ki'.H v.vl .tr. rtTonic IM 10 ASK KDll S»r,il.'r» I.^' iK'.tm »' SA.VDKU.H \CT. iRKAM fta IM «r U tnl! SAI.K '•ili.lini; eHiHR.- liooi 7'.»'i !\\,\ iio k ttoeo H, y I'h n.i!)\v iM-j.iii MiiiiM.vi r.(i.-t>.! lln.i« »«, rn.'h Il.tint.iii |M.!. • ?iV l.fii.-* 1.^.- \\•^•sT^:H,N AITO AHH«H - HroRf: \*t tf 10 MK.N <i SIM.MKR HATS .siiaw .ui.l , U.ll> T«o "ivl r« lA ntrr pi t>Mf «tr4«m OOIKI t. rlioii riilotn »rd .llr* II nri.l Jl Al«i uli.Tw wi»rli h»t« UK.- .srni'i.i's .MTtutK t)irR inc. Pnmt iiml Wnllimiwt nule lAjttH thriiuRb Hntviriltvv, MBV •J4 T«<) IOIIK of Hnllpitp'-r r <r the prli-e of nil.' .TIIII mnnv olli.r outKlnUillni; hnrK-iln" JDYCIC I.f.MltKR I'O ml « 10 HAWl.EIilH tlaumitnn. I 'RODUCTS E T. I'h 774J. S^tMO EA81II()N-«.MART lliireUv Wiln Kel-et plantle wn!l<<l» Wtinhntil.-. fahrle liUf* p.'iltrrnti In plnldn nnil flowered deslnim for women, nnd leather llki' (Inlnlun for mm PaeknMed In Irnnnpnr'nl box nullnlije for mnnv u»e« tl Oo . TYPEWRfTKR E.\lHAN(!K IM 3 10 KOU 8Al.lt- RliRhtly u.ed Victor addlnR mnchine wllh cane Ray riodier. Ph. naiw. I »»7» lO PGR f<Al<B Old newiipnp«r» fcU- thervlllo Dally New* office IM trx-10 FOR SAl>B-4<tRhtnlnK roda. 77 yr» of Batlsfl »4 euatmn«ra. Call co^ lect lalTJ. S03 e 10th Ht. Upee- cer, U. Out D. lUth. ia7-«te-l«. Notices KREK ERKK :in biixiK of Rltmo and 2 "Initle lulin with iiieb Spnil Quoen WiishliiK .Miii'hlni' diirlOK lln> DTANT STOCK REDIK'TION SALE mm on nl EST n E R V U . UE 11A R D W A R K lM -1-0 UHED rURNtTURK DInlni; room nulte. 3 Itvlntj rouni •ultea. overatuffed rrellnlnc rhnir with oKoman. 3 breakfant aela. knreliule ilmh. onk iiiifrrl JIARRI8 KURNITURK 193-3-10 I'XJR HAt>E Pure bre.l boxer mali pup. Ueiumnabli' prlcr. Rich nrti Alexander, ran- Kathrrvillc alr |K )rt. IBS Sx-lO •Yolii Corner Drii^ .Sioii'" IM-l For Sheriff Re-el (K :t EMLET TWITO Candidate for re-election on the Republican ticket. Primaries, Monday, June- 2. 190-12-24 MAC LOGAN For Sheriff Honest, dependable, well-qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 177-28-24 Elthon Has Personal Interest in Exercises Fertile. la., May 22 WV-State Senator Leo Elthon ot Fertile, a candidate for llautenant governor, will have a personal Interest In addressing tho high school graduation class here Friday nicht. This year marks the 30th anni- veraary of Elthon'n Kraduation from Fertile high school in ila first senior eluim. Also, his daughter. Amie L.OU, 17, will receive her diploma at this year's graduation. Elthon. who seeks the Bapubli- can nomination for liout«Mnt governor in the June 2 primary election, hua served in the state SenHte for 20 years, Maurice Oleson For Supervisor First District Successful farmer, competent, qualified. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY June 2 17&-25-24 Sale Calendar SATI;HI>AV, MAY SI. 1:30 p. in. D. D. (JilbeitHon. .'112 N". Otli HI. t>Uiirvllli-. Compbt"' llii'- of liou- Mi'hold furniluri'. Auitioni'eiH; Ki>- «h|ir and Hurnn Clerk Eiiiiint f^ounty Htiitr R.mk Siil- i.d .Mny 27 Real Estate SAVE YOUR CHICKENS! SCLMEr Maei S4faM*tlM*e POmmDRMUM wATEiaiumoNim AeDTE fowl cnuM CttlTZA(Mil) icMtMWM • im T« tm • nriimc Esthervllle Drug Co. "Your Comer Di-ug Store" 1B4-1-7 Entertainment DIBTmCH STARS In "Rancho Notorious" Friday and Saturday at the Grand thea' ter. Also "Talk About a Stranger" with George Murphy. 194-2-1 FOX LAKE SPECIAL ATTRACTION I-Ylday, May 23 LEO PIEPER Direct from Trianon Saturday, May 24 POLKA QUEENS HEADQUARTERS FARM CHEMICALS 2, 4-D DDT T.C.A. Fly Sprays 2. 4-D For controlttnK and ktllinK weeds In your grain and corn field. DDT For moet effcctivu control of corn borer and other leaf eal ing insects. TOXAPHENE For control of cutworms In all types of grain end cornftelda. T. C. A. For graas control In crop areas, head lands, roadside dlUh banks. (;in .K FLY SPRAY For the spiuy IhK of cattle and dairy barmi Muxttnum efficiency . Qual ity pri^ueta . . . Better Results COMMANDER ELEVATORS UunlliiKixii lt»*-i-V c.OOU .MINNESOTA KAItM lit 'YK CAROI, BROCKMAN. Realtor Oylon, Minn. IM :! H FOR HAI.E .1-rooin bouiie in town To bi' movi'd. Wired tor elerlrle- lly. I'h 1691J Harold \V< Ir H.2 3x H FOR KAI.E • nindroorn modirn hnm«'. cood lo'titlon. Thomnn Herem. I'hone I2«MJ IM « H FOR HAI..E--TWO 2-bedroom hou ses 1674\V. 1814 3rd Ave. N. n, W. Nelson mO -«x-« FOR BAKE Two-bedroom hmjee and lot Roy Bowen, 711 Ho. 12th. t«7-lf-» FOR BAUB -Small, modem 2-bed room borne, on two lota. Oaa boat. Immediate poisesalon Phone 16. 174-tf-» Good Home Only .'J yeai-s old. Largo kjtchun, living room cat ins area, 3 bt'drooms and room for rnori'. VA\^\ Uiwii location $10,700 Esthervllle Realty Ph. 1340 or l(j38-4 ^ IM-l -J Large Modern Home Clos«' to Busines-s Di.sirict Oas heat. Automatic jja-s uatcr heater. Mi -K. Ambrose Conway nr. N r.iii ph IIHI-J REFniOERATOR aPIOCIAl Nnw. B-foot reRrigerator. Sped ally priced at S1»9.M. HEIDKK F-L.KCTR1C CO. m-tf-10 For Rent USED RADIOS for car and home $5 and up Esthervllle Radio Utuler the Dtitch-MaW lU', N. Gth Ph. ISA t»4>l'IO Post Ijintern 7"v-ln. square $8.50 Other Moo UKhts For Outdoors OI-SON ELECTRIC SERVICE 111 S. 6 !h SI. tM-l-IO K()R RKNT H«n<l<r nnil . il(t>T "I yiiur Const lo 'Vjiml nlore HAVK O.V V \w>\ Klnl«<ilr>(! t)<> Oi.- work youmrll with ii •iihili i \ i.nti'cl from Wnnln MONT(;0 .«i:i !Y VVARIi Ejitliervllif. |i,«n n^ It, Neighborhood Clothing Sale May 23 and 24 Friday from »S and T-» Haturday !»-.^ liuod used clolhlns and rummage Prl,',-<l lo 11*11 .Mrs. H«y Flhodes \V lift H lal HI I'liR RKNT M.,il.in S r..i,m iin f'.irniiih. (1 rili .1 (IK.,I a|Hirlinrn< Adults only »««• N Kth Hi T< l<' H.ssl.' I,. Ill IM 4« \ FOR IIRNT l.lirhi tiMim Mr" Mooi. h<ni»pl«< ••I'lOK r -h ieo7.; lBa-3-6 FOR RKNT OR HAI.K TralK-r hou».v MrH Kdrm Uol. n, 1272\V vn 3« 0 FOR RK.NT 1' l.tfdroom hmi»e. n et'Uent loemion Avnlinblfi Junr 15 Edttb Btnnelt I'h 7WW' lttt-t(-ft FOR RENT--Two- ro<ini houilo. 711 Ho 12th 81. Roy Uowen. iirr-tf-u FOR KE.NT — 3 -room downtUira apartment. OUf TwedU Ph. OA. l«7tf-8 FOR REhfT- {;ood sleeping room for a gentleman. Mrs. Bbner Wogen. Phone lia«. i»»-tl-« FOR RBIvrr —Furnlshed or unfur- nlahed apartnunl. Ph. 313W. Clarence Oolla. t7S-ll-f Jiwl 10 Mt )ie Days May Sale on Rytex Double the Usual Quantity Value for $2.10 2f)0 Hh «ft». KX) envelopes Printed with riamo and addreM. F:STHERVILLE DAJLV NEWS m-3-to Wont To Rent WANT TO lUW- Wwtroom mod. «m hon\«. To b« av»lUMc In June for family wUh mod«st in- <oro« Ph. 730 ltl-7 U WANTED-APARTMENTS—HOUSES SLEEPING ROOMS FOR TEACHERS If yrt\x have an apartment, or house, or j|eep- ini; roomx for rent pkusc Utt same wl(h MBTT JEAN REYNOLDS at telephoru? 472 iti (4006 of Supt. N. E. Demoiiey In the high achool bUlMUing. BE-n'ER STILU write Mnt. lUfynoldi nMglve her a complete di<scription of what you Nive i ?all< able and quote price. We will alM> want tho.se llsttHl which will be Un rent iie.\t fall. We have only two ctKiples who (kniire a()artmentK or houfie« within the near future. N. £. Demoney Sitpt. uf S<>huuU

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