Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 3, 1952 · Page 7
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'He'll be a little late, Mr. Sewaldo—and by the way, while I have you on the phone, how about giving him a raiie?" —Local Markets— Top Grade Eggs Higher; Soyb cans Soybeans wore up throe cents a bushel on today's local grain mm- kot and top grade eggs were two cents a dozen higher on the local produce market. GRAIN Old corn SI.66 New corn $1.62 Soybeans $2.84 Oats (36 lbs.) 74c Flax $3.67 Graves Qtam (.company Oniver, Huntington. Maple HIU » « PRODUCE Sweet cream No. 1 — No. 2 „ ah.sent; utility to cood offerings 23.50-.$37; slaiiphlei evve.s steady, mostly S8-12.50, SVI Pipers Vnivelconip Henneries No. 1 No. 2 Straight run 73c 71c 69o 33c 26c . 23c 27e Aberdeen, Scotland, June 3 i.T"' The oulriiRed town council slammed the city p;ate today aRUinst ;in all-jcirl bagpipe brand from th > University of lo.wi. And oh, what they said about the synthetic breath of heather from the corn belt. "A lot of comic characters who make a mockery of Scotland's national instrument and dress," stormed councillor rank Magee. "What Scot wants to hear 'Loch Lomond,' 'The Bonnie Wells of O' Wcarie' or 'The Bonnie Lass of Ban-Accord' sunp bepop fashion or Jiyed on the pipe:;?" "Iowa girls in kilts," snorte <l councillor Ian' MacPherson. "How- would they like it if we sent them a chorus of Scottish lassies In cowboy hats and chaps?" Cmirt of lliiii^r. At the 'bunnell school auditoriumi Tuc.«!dny evening a Court of Honor wa..! held for the Boy Sroutx. H. R. Nel -ion. riimmitteomnn, wasi in charge. Senior patiol leader Richard Hansen called roll of hoys who eained awards. Those who had completed their work last year i wefe given away. Leroy Schley. 1 Billy Paul!»on. Jerry Mntthie.H, Nolan Mntthles, Jimior Janssen. Ken- Jorpenson, Richard Hansen. Frank .Torgenson, Harold Carlson and Loren Schley, They are now first da.ss scouts. Badges to Jim Malli- wlg, Dennis Anderson. L;irry Paulson. Ronald Conlln and Ronald Carlson In the Tenderfoot claan and to Keith Anderson. Dale Anderson. Ronald Carlson and Dnvtd Hall in the second class. The following program wan given: Artificial respiration, by Keith Anderson, Harold Carlson and Nolan Matthles. ; different carries to be used in drownlnp, fires and broken l>oncs by the .lame boys; Morse code by Richard Hansen and Junior Janssen; Wildlife display by Richard Hansen; knot board by Jerry Matthies and suitable clothing by Ronald Carlson. The boys had set up complete camping equipment and n signal tower which were of Interest to parents and others. The audience were invited to have lunch with the Scouts. Frank Jorgonson. Al Conlln. Rev. T. C. Peterson and H. R. Nelson are the commlttoomen and Robert Cory the scout leader. Rev. Peterson closed the pi'ograni with all repenting the Lord's prayer and the colors were then carried out by Richard Hansen and Leroy Schley. The entire scout troop of 20 attended the Blue Earth camporee Friday through Sunday, accompanied by Prin. Cory, 1 Classified Ad-Writing to 10,000 Customers Want To Buy 20 , Real Estate li;itimt>mt ^ MII s<^iip^l For Rent Want To Rent* WANT TO BUY 2t>-inch gtils l .i cvcle. Vern Julius. Ph. -I.XWT | 203-2V-'^O WANTED— We will pay 7c each for eniplv seed corn and fnld feed bags that are In good con dltlon. Golden SiJn Milling Co Phone 290 or 297, 20.T.2'.'(1 WANTED 20-lt^•h bieyele. Plum.- 1391\V. John Knode. 2VU-:^\ '.'O COOIi MINNK.-<OTA KAH.M Hl'Y.-< CAUOI. HKOCKMAN. H.alt.'r Cr.\!on, Mmii •.'o:! .1 s I-'Ot; S,\I.K *'li,nt— l:>iins Y>«n ' sizr lo A Medrlii in •jooil bml.link's m:\ck .-.oil All till- alil.' Ttviuli liiKhWitVH Low pri Its T.itn- Wiil.-. see .Iolui~on Re.iltor Hietor. Minn 2»r:.S\!< h«-eta'i»t'*n H)H Txu's., .Iiino 3, llt.Vi 7 v\\\*. X^^x. ttft.^*r lb» *f\ '^t >»»fTB Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED Strictly night work. Hours 7 p. m, till closing. No Sundays. Apply in person. Casa Lomn. 198-tf 2 IY1K SAl.K. Thi..- 1,'<\2L\ to hv nuiM-d tenant er eott :i );e 121!> Ut As-.- So f^^iins lsovi>»- .Sultabli- fur Alb.il niek, -J(12 «\ ,s Ic !».- lie r*r W..M a. ptt -r.irti tuitft %r* p«' CAMII Willi Farm TOP CASH PRICES FOR YOUR ' EGGS, cream and poulti-j'. Flock I culling service. Phone 31 for latest produce quotations. P. G. GRAY 203-3-7 L. V: l-DI.LINS HDMK Loiiitril 111 l.ms N fitb St 2 tieil rooms, t, It n n kilelien. Iwith, built-in i-upboards, ciupt-ti-tl Hardw-ooil floors I'nfinlHhed up stairs, Pouble gni.-ige, (las heat Cnrbage ilispusal Water heater A l..-aullfiil lionie $1 ,^,'<(H1 Shown l»v appi\intn\*-nt <M\IV ninm-T UKAL KSTATK Tel 1U50 or KlilJ i 200-1 s , IIKLP Club. Mrs. Robert Rosenberg was hostess to the HELP club May 21 when the • members made cancer dressings. Mrs. Emanuel Bloomqulst gave a talk on Mental Hygltme. All but one memher was present. Mrs, Rosenberg served lunch after a busy afternoon of work. SVPERIOR Hens, under 4 ',4 lbs 10c Hens, iVi lbs. and over 13c Heavy cock« 10c XiCBhorn, leghorn cross cocks ....8c Chicago livestock Chifcago, June 3 (/P>—A small reduction in the salable supply of hogs turned that market steady to 26 cents higher today. Cattle were steady to 26 eOnts lower and sheep st&ady to 50 cents off. HOGS " "SttlablcTibgS 11,000; general trade aotivot* une-ven; butcher weights steady to '2B cents higher with average, |ii;ound .10 to 15 cents above Monday'; sowS strong to 28 cents higher; bulk choice 180-230 lb. butchers' 21.28-21 .76; top 21.75 freely for 100-210 lb. butchers; most choice 230-260 lb. 20.65-21.25; 260-280 lb. 20.15-20.B6; choice sows 400 lb. down 18.26-19.26 ; 400-500 lb. 17.50-18.25; odd heavier sows down to $17 and bolaw; good clearance. CATTLK Salable cattle 6,500; salable calves 300; slaughter steers very slow, steady to weak; heifers steady to fully 26 cents lower; cows, bulls, and vealcrs steady; few loads prime steers 1,326 lb. down 34.75*37; moat choice to low-prime steers 32.26-34.50; good to low-choice $30-$32; commercial to low-good steers 27.50 -29 .50; utility and commercial cows 21.75-$26; bulk can- ncrs and cutters $18-21.50; utility and commercial buHs 25.50-28.25; commercial to prime vijalers .$32$38., V"..^ SHEEP > Salable sheep 1,000; native spring lambs weak to 50 cents lower; top • $31; choice and prime fpd lambs The annual Rotary art iihow was sponsored at the last meeting of the Culture club, at the church parlors. May 21. Roll call was "An Everyday Instance of the Appreciation of Art." A skit concerning "The Birth of the Penny Art Fund" was given by Mesdamcs George Reuland, Charles Hashrook, Leonard Gather, Harry Sw-anson, Leslie Armstrong and Ed Hutchinson. Prizes were given to the following: Jackie Peterson, Joan Miner and Connie McCoy, first grade; Bonnie Lee Hoovel, Keith Weeks and Deanna Fredericks, second grade; Michael Blnss, Julia Black -and Nancy Schubert, third grade; Jimmic Johnson, Mardella Kumba and Linda Griffee, fourth grade; Janet Thomson, Garry Peterson and Leslie Kimball, fifth grade; Maurice Show, Janet Hutchinson, Sharon Kathman sixth grade; Kay Gilbert Devonna Mae Hoovel and Joyce Reuland, .seventh grade; Janice Bucltel, Lois Miner, Janice Hougc, eighth grade. Reports from the Minneapolis convention were given by Mrs. Ray Swanson and Mrs. Anna Smith. Miss Karleen Olson, who is district art chairman, was a special guest as were local clubs, teachers and pupils of the local schools. Hostesses were Mesdames George Reuland, V. H. Black, Sophia Miner, Frank Smith, Harry Swanson, Ijcslie Armstrong and Ed Hutchinson. Sunday Uliiiii'r. Mr. and Mrs. Bi-rt Pope entertained at dinner Sunday, May 18, when these folks were their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Rali)li Honnett and Ethel and Betty Lindsford of Minneapolis, a nurse fried of Ethel's, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Honnette and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fu- eurhake and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arlene Anderson and family. CUSTOM BALING with New Holland baler. Ph. 6F6. Harold Davenport. 202-;-7 FOR SALE-P'.:re bred bull. 3 years old. Geo. ban. Ph. B0J7. Here ford W. Cal 202-3-7 FOR SALE- Small, modern 2-bedroom home, on two lots Gn.i heat. Immediate possession. Phono 15. 174lf 8 LAST CALL for chicks 1 to 3 weeks old and end of season reduced prices. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa l!l4-tf -7 Class Play. The Eighth grade of Dunnell school gave a humorous play "Elmer" Friday evening at the school auditorium, directed by Prin. Cory. All carried their parts very well and brought many laughs for the audience. In the cast were Junior Janssen as Elmer, Phyllis Jorgcn- aon, Juanlta Aagard, Janice Bredberg, Velma Engstrom, Joyce Paulson, Mary Krueger, Jim Dougherty, Russell Hecht and Pansy, the dog. There was a fine attendance. The eighth graders will have their graduation exercises Wednesday evening, May 28. Attorney Chns. Zlurke of Fairmont will be the speaker. FoxPH Shot, Bob and Don Miller had quite an exciting time this week when they shot a large fox and nine little foxes on the Larson Bros. farm. Fln- gal Larson sighted the mother fox at first and watched to see where she was headed and came upon the entire family. There is still another large fox at large. Other fox have been host from time to time in what Larsons term fox hill. The Miller men received a bounty of two dollars for the small foxes and four dollars for the mother fox. The number of Bibles printed and distributed in 1951 reached an nll-trme record, .s.-^ys the American Bible society. Two-dolUir bills are bad luck— cnly it you don't have enough of them. TODAY'S CROSSWORD ii4tf TV Comedienne PUZZLE Answer to Previous Puzzle HOM^lbNTAL 58 Folding bed . 59 Grate VERTICAL I Video comedienne, LucUle 5 She is on the TV waves ' 8 Her husband is Arnaz 12 Scope 13 Fish eggs U Exude 15 Slight depression 16 Insurance (ab.) 17 Quote 18 Compound eth«!rs 20 Coupler 22Qbserv.e„ . 23 Aged . . 24 Horse's gait (Pl.) 27 Means 31 Organ of h wring 32 Too 93 Co >)8Uine 34 Slyer 35 Shield bearing 36 {Station (ab.) 37 Haunts 38 Provide lood 41 OrtentaVporgy. 42 is able , 43 Hazards 46 Perfumes 50 Hodgepodge 51 Paving substance 83L«o , 84 Male sheep (P>.) 55 Fish oe Icelandic . myth 87EsnntiBl being 1 Ordered 2Greel{ god of war 3 Easter season 4 Newest 5 Get up 6 Electrified particle 7 Reply 8 Determine 9 Prince* 10 Location 11 Roman road 19 Legal point 21 Singing voice 24 Lacerate G u ^^ G U u e T A R B A R E R U N s A M\ O K S A L. 1 R A s c 1 0 u e P u O T T e A t- O % ^-—la 1 5 tA A RC S El 1 IM ^ E S N B f R Q E o o T B ft a R H Q B 1*. u e e. t*. • «% ; ^^ H s R '& Bf A" a N o B M O r K 1 K T A 0 T 1 N B A s T m l« o 1 s> s N O fa 1 l. B s p R B B a B a M o s s T m S T U a A iln lei Its 40 Horn 28 Bird's home 29 Fruit of the palm tree 42 Writer's mark 43 Minute skin opening 30 She is a video 44 Notes in , Guido's scale 32 She enjoys an career 35 Verbal 38 Indolent 25 Speed contest 39 Feline , 26 Native metals creature 45 Edges 47 Opera by Verdi 48Bafs ,49FilUp 1^52 Bujtic'' FellowHliip Meeting. St. John's Lutheran congregation held a Fellowship meeting Sunday evening. Film strips were shown with a social hour following. N. Y. Valuation is up New Trork, June 3 (i^)— The totii assessed value of taxable New •i'ork City real estate and apccin franchises for the fiscal year start Ing July 1. Is $^9,426,409,087 IB) highest in 20 years, the tax com mission i-eportrt, The normal differences in length of life between different kinds of animals as well aa those between different individuals are believed to be inherited. Feeding Cattle All weights and classes on iiund a I all times. If we don't iiave wliat yoii want we will order for you. Es+hervlHe Auction Co. New ly Rt'dtroi'.itiHi 3-bedroom Home Liviii.m-odiii, diiiini: .ireii, nttaflUMi t;.iraut' Nice yard. NOrtli locali'lii Es+herville I'll. or Real+y ii;;t.s 2i).-i-i s J. M. ROBB, Mgr. 20;j-tf-7 REAL ESTATE BUYS FAi-lM von SALK ("lii.-^r to Kstti, I-,-lll. , KiO in-li-: I'rieeil to sill fliirlon Moil I ',1 1 Any Tni-v« any* PvHil rtn ilUTi On* wmk kmeh mihMKXM. <)*r Mtntmum ik.l .Mho oldir.K ii.>..i>kr«eini ••hurir ,( isc for cmlll .^0c •<'r *i,'» (-tiors* tt f- pIlM »r* Ultrn t >i P*Uy Nt«* ami I^c i» rhiricm II >.i i -mtin ivr phony tiunili#r Nil rot «>lvrrli»*r • Cl«««irt »t1 11.1 u**ri itHmM rfi«rft mrlr «itT<rtlMm #nii in Uw Hrat IMU* tMy ikpi^ftr &n,i r*i>or any fv^t •! ooi-t tJi mi •lK)*-«fic«a r«u b* mad* ftf1 «r Ih* first lMu« Personal ' TlIK UKCKNT Ix-ienv.-Tii-nt \«t ,i.li IwiM viMlted ottr h <)ttu \\t\H t «rt >u^)it lo ur» ,'i Kli -uttr .-tppi i-i intlot^ of! our file.dilN .'^iji'h Kmiln'-i-i •« j iitul nel )-.litioi \\ ni..u,;bi(iilMei-« I i -iln nevi-r In JtHKottrn Ttie . f -.ui \iiv of ,1 .1 Uovn •:m Iv \ ' .\ KAUS ACi) ! • hllle :!, lllSlI I'llllliotl R.I uniM-ij mile r .-<-(>ril lodii\ 'rim.- I :! :< I Mix lifi .iirtilnk -H $',i '-M ,li.'lii ^vll 1 liiii. bti:li .S,\Nlil-;i!S HI-: CUl'.A.M <'U MOT IIA.M SANliWliMI ni.i -ili. .1 p<iialo.';t 50. ni-Trii .MAin i .rsi 'ii •m \ t E\'1-:HY HAY m muu .1 «jiv Vi.u II UM I'In.-i 1M>,-UII IO h);b''ii •I'-nn int.-. 1 iigs vnf MalHii I -'m nllure '-'OIK I to!,! 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T»ll U» \.nir n*-'^(« ' flV^.*^ ftflOi^r- \itl«* <'*'n-)rTiand*-r r^lor-*. Muntlny;tot\ W K Sr^-dlsinn. VOU UI-:.\T ni, n! M;'0' .S.'.ilt Ph..11. 'I'hl >-r ! .1. H.I .Hltl inx.'.l III Hpill t An.li i-w .•ii'J 1 f l-OU UKNT I.ait;. -•ipdit ni.nt. K-ii'ii:*' nitti oivi- I lul.t S. .'^oniin Muli-i ,in.l Ml, 77t >W ni.iiii U'Hii A.UiUx ot . p.! S.,11 iim S.-r\ u-e I 'll Ml .1« S Kor. HAI.K .'I ..1. I. mow t-r 1 .J W >- n, w If 1. <;.-rl<-inj«ii MX! SAI.K .He,-, 1 , i .« ('till t .itrjifc llfll .,1 i -owi -r Pl,,.t..- ,t;u ,(hc«li(i. pot Pb 71-'J JiXI 3\ 111 I'dU UKNI' SI..11);. r .iin PiM. fl.'.il ,1(1,1 K.IOll Iti. f Sl7.- iixrn) Pli liV.l 1 W M l-"aiil. 1 ^rtl-.l ,'^ uio, HK .oniN'd VAi.t;*: ,l.i»l arii\'i*«i N* w (ind ti"i »**l- |.t.-f». Ii. .1 iiml luvlilf *<-hf<l »inelf T)»-,i «ii .'t -i .i AU *i iitni ;l»- fwtil m(»lt ttin i-ov.'rs. aiul pillow .-^i^*-! f'*-i f'-t 1 for t .»nii »er« r**«ort« and looniinj? tii >iMr *4 .mUPt.l'S .STOIIK .XI.• t 10 Loans and Ins. POlt UPNT .1 i.Kiiii iii.i.l.-rn n\.<\tt- \ l-OU III. til (iliov.- I lift I illl i|. II, 1 I't N niii Ml PI. :^ixi ..f \i '.-oi u 5 I MONKY I.N MINPTKS | f'.-i-ib liiaiii of $.-1(1 III j;i(Ki lo i.'oi 1 ganize pavnierit.t or to mttle old i blll .i, Uejiav e.)n\-enl.iitly, in cording to liu i .me. No emhiiii- erii Come III' IOWA orAUANrKl-;, Ine, '.'ii'j ;t 1."^ KtlU UKNT Pn-t II. .or iiio.lttri n room apt i;!'i«!te*l In IMIM-II, i ;ari \t;i- Aviiilivl-lo .Uini- 1 P O Ilox Y IftMtO von UF.NT Kiirnl«he,l or unfur- nlnlied npnrlmrr.t, Pb "ISW, Clarence Oolin 17.'^ If 9 Lost and Found SAl,(r. n-Mt Tiimtil Tojiw* Hoiet lt»fi|jir#, «l\tvrl«, "liitt" pi-tlnl pinlii-r«. J.i<-kr(* .md l.a)ania» «lir« 1 to K KIII.KItH VAI.lfK .STOUK 2<>7 111 WK .STIl.l. hi >v. *.itiin (toWiir nu>* .!•« Uol.iiv ftiid ii-.t lypra l,oi« a« t',) 1 Sil 12 no -1 ri 'kU l-'IUKHTONK HTOIl»:« Xrj 5 HI l.o.^T ne«M l.llll.- Mm t >l oil II .to^: II. ill ,N..111. I 2-Bi-:i:)HC)OM liOMi-: KxeeptioniiUy good buy. IHHU tifill eaipeting Inellided In the price. Almost new. .Mapleen-Ht location Po.idesslon .luly 1 ACREAGI-: FOR SAIJ'; -1 (leres, high .iliite of cultivation, modern il«elling. I'lup erty in exeeiitlonally gooil condition. Occupied by owner. Sale Calendar KATt'UHAV. .U'NF. 7. ',1.00 p. ni. S C (Jri-.'ti. iidiiiinlMti alor foi U.-ubeti II, (!r. Ill e.^late. on premlit I i-s al ."Mrj N nth St. A eoiiipl.le lini- of liou.-o hold riiriili<lilnK>i Amlloii (IIH: KoHliier and niiriiH Cbrk Iowa TiiL-ft A SavlngH bank Sabad; June n Entertainment ' ALAN L.ADD and LizJibeth Scott arc Hliirs of "Red Mountain," technicolor movie Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Grand. 202-3-1 SMORGASBORD Thursday, 6 lo 8 p. m. SKYLINE 202-3-1 FOX LAKE Friday, June 6 BOBBY LINDEMAN Saturday, June 7 SIX FAT DUTCHMEN 203-3-1 2-STORY on 5th Ave. buy. DWELLINC. N. An exeiilcnl BUNGAI^OW Priced to settle on CHtate. Two bedrooms. Jobs Wanted WANTKn Small Jolin for Loyn l-» and 10 yearn obi lluil.ill Abel Pbnne H.WW 20 ;i '.'x .1 l.OS'l' NeWHpap^i t-oiW- l-'iiidi-r pli-iixi- leiiM- News offlcp. Willi liai '.'.a -.w-iB II. .11 IMIOW pl Unih wi ;tx ifi IlltlOOK I lino lit ill,1 ,1. t^ANIlOUN ni. ml Ii9*.- put KPUNlTXntF. »2 J l) Notices UPMMAC.K HAI.K lias,-111. -Ill l-*pUt-opnt rliiireli Stalling 11 a. in, Jiiii.- U 2(12-11 6 Automotive o FOR TlUK Mn.KA<;M linve im Hwitcli tlren iiml rlieel< wbi -e| iiHirnmenl to help cut down lire wear, THO.MAH MOTOItB 2<)2 .111 W. S. CLARK AGENCY Plione 550 202-,'{-.>t Veronica Sheds Husband Los Angeles. June ,1 (it')—Veronica Lake, whose sheep dog hair-du brought her fame at 17, has shed ber second husband. Film Dlrucloi Andre De Toth. She charged cruelty. pe Toth agreed ye.iterday In court to pay the actress $280 monthly for support of three children. 8IDB QLANOB 1 z 1 5 6 e 9 10 11 \l 1 li H • 15 16 9 10 t P a n w 51 1 i IT i i' W w -I HI W w HI i 1 (1 w w ii S7 - U n • J T.|<.II«.UI%P«<.0<(. Beautiful HOME FOR SALE SpaiuoUM .Ibeilroom home in desirable locution Large pi'-lure windows Automatic gaw heat and wiiti-r softener Hard^vooii floors throughout Full basement. One of the most attractive homes in ISH- thervllle. Newly painted and In wonderful eonilHloy. Two lots fully liindHCJiped. Be HUre to see the interior to appn- elate the n -Hl beauty of thiji home. RAY AGARD 227 N. I'Jth St. 200 • WANTICIJ Poultry to dn-Hn in my borne. Ph. I2n.'iLW. M|-B. Clnr- enee Prentlo- 20.1-2-3 Services OKT THAT Portable in time for your Steve at 26'!. KSTHKHVILLK Radio picnic fixed Call RADIO 203-2-D FOR FREK mCKUP and dcUvory. Ph. 40. I' * U Cleaners. 2Sa -tf -e BOTTLE GAB BALBS-BKRVICE Installations ~- RcKUlntlona HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 4»JB1 m-it-9 PETERSON'S RadUlor 8«ry1c». Juit eaat of Vandy'i, 171,4 Cintral. Experienced In all typea radiator repair. UMf-» FOR HALK Chevrolet; Chevrolet accept eil, N. 12th St. IIMO Plymouth; HMO tO.lll {.'h. vriib-l, IBM Any rennonable offer Hec Krvin Rupe. o «,1 201 3x11 Crtnttte*- VV'rtj.:.itifl. «t«''-t .onutr^rtloo. ball.w.ti Mt.. If »1»(»8, WI-;.SIKRN At'To AS.SCM" STORK «1FTH Vpn WBinR .Nil Tone •loor etilm,-« Prl.-r.l at !l2.%nn<l up Ttt^-ehron K.l^.-lrle lioeki^ lit H ,V» an.I vil» Al«o •"Ic*-tip- nppUancn OIJ*ON Kl .rcruic HKUVICK 111 H mil .HI Kil 3 10 Cl.AUlNKT I'OU S.M.t: S.lmrr .MiKiiel. WO.KI. (iiai-ll-ally Donna Uo»ch», Pb 7MJ 501 J 10 RAWLKIOU Baumann. PRonutmi B 1. Ph 374J SOlf-10 von HAI.K <M.1 n< wnpuper* K.» thervlll .i lully News offl.-r l»»-lfx to RKKRHiKRATOR HPKriAt New, »-fool rejtrlRiirnlor. Hp«cl- ally prlred nt 1100 00 JIKIDKK ELKCTRIC CO m-tflo WE HAVE ipeclalUlji. factory tralnnd, for distrlbulora, carbur etori. Ignition ayitcm, front enda and Knnorol overhaullntc. IlENAMAN MOTOU CO. 201.5-11 1040 HUDSON Huprr « 2 door. Heater. lUidIo Overdrive, Kx- crllent trnniiportiition Always a Hi|Uttre ileal iil VIKINi; .MfJTORH Dependable llirDHON Dealer Eitthervllli, Iowa 20(M II We are exiierls a( prlntlnK all lyix's of RULED FORMS No matter how compll- 'cated we can do the Job, tailor - made to your neefls, ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS Northwest Iowa's I^trgcst l^rintinw I'tant 202 •'. KI'.NNV MrHiNK.SH LB3T US take care of your automotive noeda. Bumper lo bumper •ervie»---«ll makra. Br« un. Roblruion Motor* "I'ontlac" 8th and Central Ave aSTT-tf-ll FOR SALE Must Sell Imine<liately .Maying Dutch 0\»-n 'I*' Ilanis-' IIHH Martin 7 2 H P ouiLoaril Al ehalM Hviny duly «tanl Ineluilt'd. Two senln Iroll b< nrlni,- • U.I h .J .1 IJiilvonUi d dmibl, <m lilund. F. C. Marfinsen 814 North :)th Regular Gas 23 '/2C 'Vu\ iiicUifled Ethyl 24 «/2C T.i.v iiii'lti<|i-<! HANSEN mi. I. 66 HANSK.N, SERVICE \'ii>l) HTKKTLV HIHI.NK.SS "If VQU know that umplri U n bum and a robbar. AM^I donH you tell the management and have him diimillldS^' ^•Yli* olub la trying to aave balle thia aeaaon by kaapinf foula ffom |oln£ Into th».atan<<ii" #>- - —--'^-^' 1' rt>R HALK TborouBh hrr,\ cocker • punlel pupK Dick Prtemun. (20 N «tb 301 3-10

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