Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 9, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, June 9, 1952
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—Local Mnrhrts— Corn, Oats, Soybeans Up; Flax Down Corn nnd soybeans were up two cents a bushel and pats a penny on j today's local grain market. Flax dropped to $3.70 a bushel. Produce prices remained unchanged. OKAIM Old corn $l.t<9 New corn- .$1.65 Soybeans $2.94 Oats (38 lbs.) 76c Flax _ $3.70 Graves Orain Company Oruver, Huntington. Maple Hill F. I^ A.. PRODUCE Sweet cream No. 1 . Henneries' .: No. 1 No. 2 ^ 73o 71c 69c 23c Straight run 27c Hens, under 4 "4 lbs 13o Hens, 4\i lbs. and over 15c Heavy cock* lOo Leghorn, leghorn cross cocka ....8c Sioux City Livestock Sioux City, June 9 (/!p>—Sioux City livestock market quotations: Cattle salable 6,500; calves 125; slaughter steers and heifers steady to strong; instances some steers around low choice and below 60 higher; canners and cutter cows strong to 25 higher; beef cows about steady; stockers and feeders steady; opening sales choice fed steers 31.50433; couple loads mostly high choice around 1050-1160 lbs. 33.50-33.75; comiyerclal and good $27-30.50; load utility to mostly commercial dairy breeds 26.50; good and choice heifers $29-32.25; some commercials around 25.50-$27; utility and commercial cows $21$24; few at 24.60; canners and cutters $17-$21; few light canners below $17; two loads mostly choice around 675 lbs'.. South Dakota stock steers $34; some medium and good $27-$32; load around 1000 lbs. partly fedsteers 30.50 on country account. Hogs salable 8,000; moderately active; lighter barrows and gilts steady to weak; top 15 lower; heavier butchers largely steady; sows fully steady; some 25 higher than last weeks uneven close; choice 1 and 2 barrows and gilts 190-240 lbs. 20.25-20.60; latter for around one double deck mostly No. I's on shipper account; packer limit 30.25; choice 1 and 2's 240-270 lbs. 19.5020.36 ; 270-300 lbs. $19-19.75; 300-360 -lbs. scarce at 17.76-$19; good and choice 100-160 lbs. $19-$20 on feeder and serum account; choice sows around 300-400 lbs. 17.50-$19; few light weights to 19.60; 400-500 lbs. 16.75-17.50. Chicago Livestock Chicago, June 9 ,ff>—The $22 hog returned to the stockyards today after an absence of more than a week. Prices ranged steady to 60 cents higher with sows partlculary in demand. Cattle were steady to 26 cents higher and sheep steady to weak. GOP Farm Leaders In Platform Meeting • . • . D«s koines, June 9 (/P>—Midwest and -Rocky • mountain Republican farm, leaders wllU open a two-day conference here Friday for the pur- Vo^i pt correlatingi^arm thinking aa'fit>relateB to the Republican national platform. ^^B;;Hermann, executive and campaign director of the Republl- ci^^natidnal committee, will be the luitpheon'speaker Friday. McKinloy of St. Ansgar, difUrman of the Jowa Republican form, oouncil will keynote the two- day meeting.. f 'nntiiUK 'd from pace t and saw ihf manufacture of Portland cement from raw rocks^to the sacklne of the flnlshod product. They also visiti 'd thi- state fish hatchery near Rapid City. a; :» * BEFOBF, NOON' the travelers headed southwest and vleu -ed the gigantic Rushmore memorial with Its face of Washington cut 60 feet high from chin to forehead. They encounteied the only rain of the trip at the memorial hut could see evidence of a previous flash flood which had washed out a bridge and undercut the pavement in several places. Next came magnificent views from Iron Mountain road and a visit to the state game lodge zoo. That evening the boys chose sides for a Softball game on a flat grassed area partially .surrounded hy a bend In a cjfeek and completely .surrounded by^^ountnlns. Thui^day Kibriling they^wcnt to Custer for a jii|»ply of groceries and then td syl'ran Lake, where they began the grueling hike to the top of Hai-ncy peak, over 7.200 feet above sea level. In the afternoon they explored Sylvan lake and rode to the top to Mount Coolldge for a view of high points in the Black Hills. ON THE WAY toward Hot Springs the boys saw three herds of Buffalo and several isolated animals. Many times in various parts of the Hills the boys were delighted to see deer along the road. The sight of a large prairie dog town was a new sight to nearly all of the boys. Thursday evening most of the boys went swimming in the famous pool of naturally warm water at Hot Springs. Friday morning found them in the pool again he- fporo starting for home by the way of Angostura dam on the Cheyenne river. Kormit Moe, a friend of Thorcson, was chief engineer on the project and gave the boys a complete tour of the dam, from the top through the galleries to a point 30 feet below the bed of the river. He pointed out details of construction which were new to the group. Friday noon the lowans started in earnest through the desolate but interesting Indian reservations of .southern South Dakota. Toward evening they found that people had not seen fit to build tourist cabins along the less-traveled highway, hut they finally located quarters by 9 p. m. near the Missouri river. * * * SATURDAY morning they went to sec the gigantic Fort Randall dam on the Missouri river. A guide escorted the group to the top of tlie dam. When completed, the top of the dam will bo 10,000 feet long, 160 feet high and 1600 feet wide at the base. The Iowa farm boys were quick to notice the changes in types of farming, from general farming to wheat country to range country and to desolate areas where there Is very little vegetation. They saw fields of Hated corn, which to them had been only words. Thoreson was a native of South Kakota and has toured the Black Hills several times. Ho was able to direct the group quickly from one point Of interest to another. However, ho said, the trip may have been too rapid for some of the boys to appreciate fully all the beauties of nature to which they were exposed. Btrger Handeland's bus and LeRoy Schacherer's truck took the hills and curves splendidly and gave the boys a fine trip. The group plans to hold a public showing of colored slides taken on the trip in a few weeks. Four Men Are Ordained Minnealjolls (m—thc Evangelical Lutheran church Sunday ordained Hiram Ellinson, Northwood, la., as a missionary to Madagascar; Ralph Rusloy, Lake Mills, la., as a pastor at RoUa, N. D.; Maurice Schmidt, Avoca, la., as a pastor at Lambert, Mont., and Horace Wcstberg, Minneapolis, as a pastor at Kensett, la. Cold Cash on Hot Pays from Classifieds Notices RUMMAGE .SALE Basement Episcopal church. Starting 9 a. m., June 14. 202-11-6 NOTICE Dr. Sharp's offim is reopened. Dr. John Phillips will take over his chiropractic practice during Dr. Sharp's convalescence. Legal Notice 208-4-8 Savs Raids Show Need for Cliaiifje In Liquor Laws Dubuque, la,, June 9 ^—County Attorney John L. Duffy said in the wako of three liquor raids, including one on the Iowa state Elks convention, that the "liquor situation in Iowa points to the crying need of legislation permitting the sale of liquor by the drink." Duffy refused to say who ordered the raid on the convention, Saturday night, but pointed out It and two others were led by State Agent Max Mueller and assistant County Attorney Donald Panr. "My office has always worked In cooperation with the attorney general," Duffy remarked. "The Elks club enjoys no more favored status under the law than any other organization or individual. The Influence of its membership is quite immaterial," the county attorney said. Tho raiders struck at tho Elks club as a buffet supper, floor show and dance were In progress for several hundred of the members from a! lover Iowa. The raiders said they seized 12 cases of assorted liquor at the club, then seized nine bottles of whisky at 12-Mile House outside of Dubuque and 12 bottles of assorted liquor at McDcrmott's tavern in Epworth. TODAy'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Previous Puzzle Top Brass •OBIZONTAL 1 Matter . (•b.) 4 Admiral B— .President y VERTICAL IPace 2 Blood V 3 Chances in ownership 4 Relate 5 Level 6 Great arteries 12 High hill 13 Bacchanals* 1 cry 14 Shakespearean 7 StaUn is the »x;r e^d*°'^'"""0"»"«»'"> 10 and indicators w A e E s a N A T 1 N T O A T w • u s T • 1 T A e • A s R A % A N T B R • B IM K T si f H f • R 4 K O « u. T T M m o a A 1 K C o N y R o T K A M P M K. T K B e L. Hi. A ? T i- L. 6 1 is R ? A L. 1 H B H: R A 1 u O M 1 T 1 PC A • e T a T • T t* L. O B a 13 NOTICF. TO BIDDERS PropoKC«l PttrchaM> No. ItW Sealed bids will be received »>y the State Car Dispatcher at the office of the Iowa State Highway Commission at Ames, Iowa, until 10:00 a. m.. June 26, 1982, for one Two-Ton Truck, Used Ford IH-Ton Truck, P4E No. A-3128 License No. 2178. is to ho taken in trade. Proposal Forms nnd additional information may be secured frqm H. E. Cribbs, Division Maintenance Engineer, Forest City. Iowa. By virtue of statulorj* authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa. (Chapter 73 Code 7980>. WALTER RUTHER. State Car Dispatcher. (Juno 9, 16) Help Wanted Jobs Wanted CUSTOM BALING New Holland wire bales. Will pull trailers. 4 ml. W'. nnd ."SH N. of E«ther%'ille. Don Egeland. Ph. Superior 6FR collect. 20e-30x-3 Real Estate 208 Mon.. Jiint' 9. 1053 EaiuM »» weiAO ctoM MUtr Oct. t. i»ie at u» iKMiotnM >t K«tB*r- TUI«. IO*». oDdw lb* M« o( Maxell t. ItT*. Loans and Ins* For Rent I LISTINGS W .\NTEn Have buyers waiting for 2 nnd ,1- bedroom homes. Heal I'Miiite i.i moving. Now In the time to noil. Come In nnd Inlk It over. We'll hp glad to help vou. ESTHERVILLK REALTY Ph. 1340 or 16n,<!J 211,^-1-S WANTED—Part-time service station attendant for Sunday afternoons. Brink Oil Co. 207-3-2 WANTED—Woman 28 to 45 years of ago to manage office. • Must be able to type and have n knowledge of elementary bookkeeping. Necessary to meet tho public and have experience ln''handllng detail work. 40-hour week—employee benefits. Unusually good starting salary. Apply In person at Sears, Roebuck and Co. 206-tf-2 Automotive 11 FOR TIRE MILteAGB have us switch tires and check wheel alignment to help cut down tire wear. THOMAS MOTORS 208-3-11 FOR SAL &-1940 Chevrolet 2-door. Good condition. First reasonable offer takes. Ph. 2689, Dunnell. 207-2X-U For faster lubrication service wo now havii 2 GREASE RACKS in operation. Get your car ready for that vacation trip. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. 206-14-11 BUZZZZZZZ Is your car radio buzzln'7 V/e*ll fix it fine in just no time. Expert repairing can't be beat. Call Stovo at 264. ESTHERVIIXE RADIO 205-3-11 FOR SALE—3-liedroom house. 1. R., D. R.. kitchen, bn.senient, etc. West side. $6,00(i. Good house in E.itherMlie to \i<moved. For Informntlon contact RIDOUT REAL K.STATK Tel. 1650 or ITtUJ 20S-2-S IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!! 24x30 bungalows, $3,144, erected on foundation or basement home. Other sizes, styles. Your plans or our«. Free delivery 100 mi. Standard construction. Not prefab. Beat dry lumber. Visit Pahnlng Supply, Watervllle, Minn. Open 8-8 (No Sundaj's). 207-2,\-« FOR SALE-Restaurant, well located, estnlillshed 22 yenrs. Living quarters. Bargain. 240 acres, Palo Alto Co. Fair improvements, good land. A buy at $198 per acre. Geo, D. Fn'eman, Emmetsburg. 207-3x-8 160-ACRE FARM 2'j miles to Jttuthvon. $20,000. Improvements. Price $260 per acre. O. C. Rinderknecht. Spencer, la. 207-4x-8 RESTAURANT $1,800 down — $40 month This includes bldg. and fixtures. A good business going now, In meals. Ice cream, short orders. CAROL BROCKMAN Ceylon, Minn. 206 3-8 VARIETY STORE doing a good business in town of 700 with large trading nren. Bldg., stock and fixtures. See tills moneymaker now. CAROL BROCKMAN Ceylon, Minn. 206-3 8 Solly Moretti, Racketeer, Dies Trenton, N. J., Juno 9 W)—Salvatoro (Solly) Moretti, 49-year-old gambler and racketeer of the New York-New Jersey undei-world, died yesterday at the state prison hospital as a result of a cerobrol hemorrhage. Ho was stricken May 6—the day he was to have come up for a parole hearing. Moretti, whose brother Willie was shot to death, gangland style, in a restaurant last year, was serving a two-to-three year qfntence for operating a million dollar dice game In Bergen county N. J. Along with Moretti, Joe Adonis and several of his lieutenants were convicted and are now In the same prison. LET US take care of your automotive needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makes. Bee us. Robinson Motors "Pontlac"* 8th and Central Ave. 227-tf-ll Services Isabella helped 9 Russian top , Columbus brass wa- - lIHanginc , —.")^ 20 Cwkihoslo- \- Terrible ^ vaklan former 10 Ice cream " pretldent holder ai.Welghtof ,11 Finishes India (17 European 22 Monkeys ^ 2f"'?. 24 Couch 19 Dirlftigsi aoirruit 27 SO 82 38 South Pacific island 40 Vestibule 41 Speaks in)perfectly 42 Mast 24 Cloy 25 Portent brTs's was'onceZe Top brass in • Argentina 27 Enlargements 28 Malt beverages 43 —— slaw 29 Stringed 44 Spoken instrument 46 Upon 31 Middle 47 Song 33 Cat-like 48 Nearest t !<maromal. 80 Donkey Two lowans Killed In Korean Action Washington, June 9 !P —Two lo­ wans have been killed and four others wounded in action In Korea, the department of defense reports. Killed were Pfc. Charles E. Collins, Melbourne, and Pvt.. Frederick D. Wilson, Elkodor. The wounded were Cpl. EJdwIn P. Hageman, New Vienna; Opl. Max E. Harsha, Baxter; Pvt. Donald W. Lagerqulst, Cedar R4ptds, and Marine Pfc. Leon J. Madden, Waterloo. TREES CUT—single or timber. See Leo Mitchell or call Don Woodyard, 607W. 206-8x-9 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. PAG Cleaners. 286-tf-O BOTTLE OAS SALES-SERVICB Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49J61 161-tf-9 PETERSON'S Radiator Service, Just east of Vandy'a, 1714 Central. Experienced in all typea radiator repair. 116-tt-9 FOR SALE— 111V4 A. All modern houne. Other bldgs. good. I'i miles to good town. $25.80n for quirk sale. 80 acres. All modern house Good barn. 80 acres of work Utid. $1^,000. 173 acre stock farm In edge of Brooton, Minn. Best of modern buildings. $13,000.00. I have many more good buys In central Minnesota at this time Buy early and take your choice. CAROL BROCKMAN. Realtor Ceylon, Minn. 206 6-8 INVOICES WORK SHEETS RULED FORMS No matter how intricate the form may be, our commercial printing department is equipped to do it! Estherville Daily News Northwest Iowa's Largest Printing Plant 208-3-9 SIDB GIJAHrCB M More succinct •(Wlia4 -drtyon vessel 9«Abs< 17 40 Vl , SlcUy 41 Pfnn«v< 428cottMeake 45CUiMn<|ifWeit V Inijian : ibUc;' «l«ng) SSDesmid MDrinkitlowljr •7POI94 .r "Ifr high prlo«» thrt ir«i ruining my hanti»^y littl* Bare Quarter. Clarion soil. Well Improved 80. Webster soli E. W. YOUELL Jr.. Agent at State Bank of Terril. 206-3 FOUR-ROOM house to bo sold by sealed bid. 1633 3rd Ave. N (Barber-Ashy addition). See af tcr 3:00 p, m. To be sold In two weeks. 205-6x-8 FOR SALE—Choice farms. Your size to SOO A. Modern or good buildings. Black soil. All till able. Trunk highways. Low pri ces. Terms. Write, see Johnson Realtor. Hector. Minn. 202-8x-8 t or t i»r» ThfM iff — four Myt FtTt «*)r* Oo« ivwk BMh *d4IUoul dkjr Minimnia ad toe, eooMwuMrt isMniona C1aMin«i kita an . •« par mvrt 7e p»r wnn« . t« p* wor* IK rmt war« tit ft wvra p*r wortf lUtM *ra p*t nl urn* CAJUt wrrH ORDKR. BtMkk *n >ini chart* uC t6« for cradU. ftO« Mrvic* eb«r(* II r». pIlM M« Uktn by Itally N>n ami I6« it ohart*d If ad rarrtM xldiMa or pboM nuntxr but nut adnrtiMrt Ota««nM ad own tliaaM tbtir adrartlMnMU la UM mat laaua tb *r appaar and npor. aay arrvr ti one* a« no allowane** can k* aftar UM mat ami <n> on \eiir ^lKn.'»tiir>-. aula or fiirn1lii:o t?<"i >nv In unisU monthly amount*. i>iir nervloe tn pn^mpl Phone IT mn-.e In' mWA la'AKANTKK Inc .Mh Aw N' frm t>«»ffriftt Farm nKFlN'l ."<fI >our own fl<»>r«' it IllK Si»vint«" Kftii a hleh •p--<-<l fUvit naniliT from W.'inU MONTfUniKRV WAHr> Kiit>i.-rvmi>- Iowa buy .HAI.K Wir.- )>!il.<l «lf«lfii In n.l,l Hill w.-.k Ol.- I.ll- Ph .MI-« ;;iV« J SIJGOK.STIONS FOR FATHKU Smuklnc RinnilM for iip Desk lamp.s $1.70 nnd up Elrrtrle fans iWM nnd up SANHOIIN KfHNlTUKK 20H rt'STint HAi.i.Ni; »itii ,N.» M.-I- latlvl .t Ph «l-« ll .it. lUI r>n\rnp <iii L>w ;; MA.SSKY lIAItUIS 10 witlT I'vilt i\nt *'r .\lw.iV« n iKiliar.- :<t viKiNi; NunoK.s Mn«ni'y I (arrlH (*)lt\'tt Kstlxl \ 111,- t(,Wi« :'n7 :7 FOR «AI,K Hi.M^.I «nwn. to frtriMW in .Iiilv Cull ITinU, S\oti.l Hjmii.-.en. 121N IBth .m, VM7 7 Kt)U SALE 2 hi 'ttvyduly r\it.l"-r tire wiiKonn 1 priiln i.nv I 'honn l.rjlJ Flunk Wllklnonn 207 7 FOR RKNT Uuht h<>u«.k'.-plnjf i-.>om. aU« sl^i-plne n«>m I'hon*- IdOTJ \trt f>at!iv Moon- a KOU RKNT 3 room apartment a( 10,*' N 7!h AvulUbli' iut> I K'litlt H«Hom Ph *»<U von HK.NT Atlr»Ctlv<- modern -V r<H >n\ »(>nr(mi'nt. Ad <<l«l «l* Nl »"h- oU, Phoiir 7« 307-9^0 FOR KENT Sroom. (trst-door Mnfurnlnheil aparlmei^l All utll- lllr. f «irnl«he»J Ph 5W7 4003 N. (till l^yd Allen a06-«f S KOU UK.NT 3 room, unfurnlahrrt iI.iH.iintnlr« n|Mir1ment .^14 R. Wh K!ni.r Rooln I 'U. lOtBW sot -trs SUNBEAM SUAVlC.MASTICR IVrfi 'ol Klfl fiir ft \ther. Cloaer, etenner, ahiiveH In lean time thnn soap iind hlnde. Powerful nrnin- ture-tvpe real motor. 01..St^N KLKCTRIC 308^3 29 FISHINO TACKLE Olve your aportamnn dnd iMty lUiH, 93e, taikle box $1.89 nnil up; nir-brenlher minnow bucket $2.76. KSTHERVILLK HAUDWARF, 208-2-38 FOR FATHER And tho whole futnlly -Coniforl for the honw. G. K fiinH $6.9.'i and up. AlHO nutomntlc Iwln window fun ventilator. HKIOKR ICLICCTRIC 208-.3-28 Personal STOP, LOOK iind llnten, eolorn Kleiini iinil Rlliiten In ruR* cleaned with Finn Foam. Martin Furniture. 208-«-« 83 YEARS Af;0 June 9, 1890. f'oney iHlnnd. N. Y. luiitlnn Hob Flt/alinnioim her. Jim .leffrleH erowned Klnu of RlnK. K. O. In 11th. SANDEUR ICR CRKAM CO. 208-M AHSORTKD cold plate Includlnn hnni, HUinmer MnuaiiKi', American ehecHe. potato iinliul. cold ulttW, nllc .'d tomiito antl hnid boiled CKK- With coffee, 80<-, r >UTcn MAin LUNCH 208-1-4 Entertainment rr UINO.S THE HKLL "Helle of New York," Fred A» tnlre, Vera Ellen, Tumday, Wed- nendny and Tliuradny nt the Grand. 208-3-1 SMORGAUBORD Thursday, 8 lo 8 p. m. SKYLINE 208-3-1 POl!LTRY. CREAM. EGGS It will pny you to trade with »*. ItlRh- eiit market prierit Prompt roiir- leouB (K-rvIre Hrlve up P. G GRAY JOrt .1-7 FOR SALE RcRlntered h.refonl bulU. Vernon Martin, !i mile* eniil of ^^^thervllle. ?0»a\-7 LAST CALL for chlcka 1 lo J we^'.ks old nnd end of aonann T^^• dliced price*. HAMILTON HATCHERY Hnncroft, lown l»4 -lf -7 Mr. Farmer! PROMPT COURTFOUS SERVICE IN REMOVAL Of YOUR DEAD CHtPPLED on DISEASED SrOCK CAll mm Al,(NI NIAHIM YOl) ARMSTRONG OOILIVER pi ESTHERvii.Lt rnon< GRAITIINGLR SUPERIOR 7nn TERRIL 'VV WALLINGFORD !-T»U RENT Gofld aleoplni; room fur n Rrnllrtnan Mr*. Bhner W.>K.n Phone na«. 3<fcHf-3 F»)R UKNT Thrrp r«»oni nptkrx- ment .ISO 's 8A Mh. Andraw S.iotl Phone |(W3J. TCmit -H FOR RENT 3 -room modrrn Rp«rt- m-nt ntxtve Gift Garden. N, nth .St. n». 3o« or sa. im-tf-a |iX)R RKNT--Flrat Oootr m«4«ra fr-room npl. OlaaDml In p»teK Karniri>. AvnlUble Junn 1. P. O. Box Y. IM-tt-A FOR R!CNT--FtimUh««l or uofur- nUhiM) apartmant Ph. JtSW. Ctaronce OolU. tTMf-ft Want To Rent It WANTEO Hy June J3 4 -bedroom home for dlaplacrd prnioo family. Rent Kuarantetd. Ph. 730 90*4-U For Sale Es+horville . Rendering Service (Aiu lUiui DmviB JOB 17 FOR SALS]—Small, modem Z-bcd- room homo, on two Iota. Oos heat. Immediate possession. Phone IB. 174-tf-8 Beautiful HOME FOR SALE Spacious S-bodroom home In desirable location. Large plc- turo windows. Automatic nan heat l ^ctv,' water foftener. Hatdwoo4. floors throughout. Fuli l»H^<t|it.. One of the moat'^ilti'aiiilfva homes in Es- theWnie.''Newly painted and in' wondcrfiii <wndUlon. Two (bts fully landscaped. Be sure to ace the Interior to appre- ciato tho real beauty of this home. RAY AGARD 227 N. 12th St. 20e-tf-8 Square Dance nl ORLEANS BALLROOM Tiiosday, Juno H) 8:.10 p. m. KENNY NEL.SON, CALLING Sfc All of You 20R.1X-1 DEAD STOCK WANTED 2-Hour .S »M -vlco ESTHERVILLE I8fl0 nOLLlVEU OPERATOR HUPEHIOIt OPERATOR WALI.lNGEORn 80 WE PAY PHONE CHARGEH Farmers' Rendering Service Branch of AlKonn Renderlni; Co. YOUR LUMBSn NKBDB We can (urnlah plan* and miU«r» Inia for your now traUlii, yard fenoe, lawn fumlluw. T»U U* your neada. Call MWB. Aith«r> vlllr Commander ICI<>inktWii. Hiintlnrton. W. B. R^^mann, niunniter, ]OS-t-tO STTAHLKH^ drapery fabrlei- Sperlnl thin w-eek only 'i off. KHLKItH VAL1>E HTORR 90»-3 10 l?OR HALE -^irlnB cMcilcn*. 3 ll>», tJreaaml for IiKkera. n»tlv- ered In lota of B or more. J, V>. InRVnll. Ealhervltle, Phon* 287 nl iMIIIvor ron HALR-«-|>«eco Cherry Mo- hoRnny dining room *«t. Mr*. Dnle Hnnael Ph. 933J day* otv -t I743J evvnlnga. VM*\0 lined hleyclea from 110 up. 3 boya- 3 KlrlK G<KH 1 rondltlon. WEHTEUN AUTO AMROC. RTORK 30»-tf 10 Bob Wilson, Driver 208 1-7 F9R SALE 100 <acre estate farm witHl^ of buildings 7 mUia soutbwwt of MoumUin Lake, Minn. a H. WEDEL. itouU^^^pil^ttk*. Minn. Schedule for the Week Clip me out Monday Tuny Martin Janet Ix>lirh Gloria D<'Havi-n - E>ldte Bra<kr-n and Ann Miller "Two Tickets to Broadway" Tuesday and ^ednesdAY June 10, 11 McDonald Carry AlfXia Smith "Cave of the Outlaws" Ann Blyth -MarK itUvtns "KATIE "DID IT" aoe-u FARM FOR SALE Well improved .'400 acroK, improvenifnls i n c I u <11» electricity arul Imth fii- cilities. Sol! i.s in hiRh state of fertility. L. E, Stockdale Phone »J0 or 47 2oa-«-7 vmtt MERCHAKDIglC ^•^d Itt'ma that muaf be mov««l out of our way thla week reicard- It'M of prlf<". Tnhl»-top eloctric stove IJO 3 aide-oven rlerlris alovaa t3S eo. 3 rnameled ic« boiiva 18 fn. H-fi. flKctrle refrtgorator IM Kltrhcn alnk, eomplet* With mIxInK faucet ,. I7.M Elrrlric! washing machine . 110 3 tirnnd new electric bathroom hcntrra , . .. . tW 'O. 1 2 -i)urni?r gaa plalo t ^OO RURPLt'H STORK 30*^^10 kTlTCtCELL Air rondlllonpr. Wiirlil'i finrat room air condt> tloni-r. EnrlualVf nvaportttar dt~ KlKn that Ineorooratt^ M lub««. .Nflcrofllter• Bt.B per cent acr«ei»> InK. IIEIDKK ELECTRIC m -tMO KOH 8AL&~IUrl«y Da«i «>a4M> mo- Inrrycla. good condilloa and loaded with wtras. i>rki«d tu a«ll. 8«e Don Kgaland. MMx-lO Feeding Cattle All weiKht.s aiMl (-laxses on hand at all tirneM. If we don'l have what you want we will order for you. Estherville Auction Co. NO MONBY DOWN. NOnnNO TO PAY TILL OiCTOBCR JST. HEATI.NO VSm. INHUt-LA- TION, HTURU WINDOWS rSxt your winter hratlng and ln« Rulatlng n'rda lttaalt«d now. Pay nothing till Oct. tat, than a> la­ tin oa (A a month on UittM. Warda will amwign ImaifdUlo Inataltatlon at low coal Oat Warda low wiUmat* today. MONTOOMRRY WAHO Katharvtll*. Iowa BBAT THE HEAT with a fan from rtrootone. As low oa 7Ba prr w««h. KIREirrO .NK HTORIC8 WB NOW HAVB boat plywood In •lo«k. JOYCE IA;MBBR CO. VOR BAJ:.E-3-plaea bedroom stt. cheap. Bed with •priftgs. dreoaar and commode. Mn. C K. MltUr, Ph. 30*^3-10 RAWUaOH PRODUCTS. B. T. J. hi ROBB, Mgr. 30»-t|.T TOR «AUI-<Xkl BMnipaiMttk B»- tbonrUl* tmUf Mtm omc«. Ms-trxrio STAIfFpRD'S Ham|;>ur.9er Shop Two Eggi.ToMl ' and Cl5 ?M 99C With l*un—55^ Tomato rAT onwHp* Jvi««> targe gUMS' ..•''

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