Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 11, 1952 · Page 7
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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'Local Miirln'in— .Soybeans in Nickel Price Raise Today Soybeans wcro up five cenU bushel for the only price chRnBo oh todSLy's local Krnln and produo markets. GRAIN Old corn NoMf corn Soybeins Oats (38 lbs.) Flax A., Graves Qrain Company Oruver, Huhtlngton. Maple RUl FROnOCE Sweet crqaaa No. 1 »1.69 tl.66 $3,00 . 76c $3.7< iH: I'^W „......;..„ No. 2 Straight run „ Hens, under V^ lbs Hens, 4'/j lbs. and over Heavy. cod(«i> Legrhorn, leghorn cross cocks . 73o 71c 600 34c 28c 24c 28i . 18c . 16c lOo _„8c Sioux Chy^ Livestock Sioux city, la., June 11 (,/Pl—Cattle salable 4,000; calves 276; opening sales mainly lighter weight slaughter steers and heifers steady, instances 26 lower, slow; many bids 25-60 lower; cows fully steady; stockers and feeders scarce; choice fed steers 31.00-32.50;- load average to mostly high choice around 1160 lb wfelghts 32.75;'some held higher- commerdlal and good 26.60-30.50; scattering' good and choice heifers 28.50^1.60; some held higher; some low commercial 26.00; utility and commercial co>vs 21.00-24.00; a few : to 25^00; canners .and cutters 17.50 ' 21.00.: 'H)>gd salable 6,0()0; active; barrows and gilts 35 to mostly 50 higher; limited early sow sales 25 higher; closing fully. 60 higher; choice No. 1 and 2 barrows and gilts 190240 lbs 20.50-20.76;: latter fot^ two double decks 200-270 lbs on shipper account; packer- Uinit 20.50; choice No. i and 2 240-270 lbs 20.00-20.60, 270-300 lbs 19.00-20.00; scattered lots? 300-360 lbs 18.26-19.00; choice sows 360 lbs down 18.25-19.25; a few light weights 19.50; 360^00 lbs 17.25 18.60; 400-650 lbs 15.50-17.60. Chicago Livestock Chicago, June 11 .ff"—Country supplies of hogs continued to have difficulty today adjusting to the market Following yesterday's largest delivery in months, more than a third greater than expected, the current session found the run cut back a fourth of the forecast. An estimated 7,500 head, where traders had prepared for 10,000, was the smaliest Wednesday unloading since March. With an unsold holdover of 1,500 to add to the fresh 7,500, however, prices wenfna mtifC'tlian'Sttiatly af the start of trading. Later they picked up so most sales were 25 cents higher at 18.75 to $21 on butchers and $16 to 18.25 on sows. Cattle wore steady to 60 cents lower but sheep were steady to strong. Final Plans For Spencer Rodeo Made Spencer Junior Chamber of Commerce, members, 150 strong, were staging, their final plans this week for tl)e championship Jayceo Rodeo, to 'be held at the Clay County Fairgrounds in Spencer June 19-22. • The w^terhclassio, which offers ! 93,500; in prize money for competing co\^hands, will stage three evening performances and one- afternoon sttow, all of >whlch|.wlll be two ( and a,ihalf hours in lefi^gth. Eve- ;r.lng perlfiinitanccs Thursday thro- ugl^ Saturday will begin at 8 p. m. iand Sunday afternoon's ^how*^ will start at 2 p. m. * "t^ * TW6» SPECIAIi events have been set for I evenings prior to the start of the rodeo; On Wednesday evening in the high school, {^uditorium, advance ticket holders will be admitted-to a special pre-rodeo showing of th Sons ol! The Pioneers, famous H6I lywood, radio and TV stars. Other well-known performers will also be ifeatured in this two-Hour show..No ' tickets »wiU be sold for the show, but holders of advance sale tickets ' will be admitted. « o . <*> THURSDAY EV£NINO, June 10, at 6:10! p. m. the rodeo parade will ' begin. Included in the parade will be several hundred head of the finest hortes in.tlje rijgion, ridden by members of scores of saddle clubs . iand similar orgaril^Uons in the -areal ^^he ^.a |«g#.M^ute will- b* ,r down errand avenue and out to tho fairgroiinda, *. i Parade participants will be guests of the Qi]iftn>|>«r^ot Commerce at a free,,otil»ck|Vfa|tOB <e«l, served sJust befor^ t\if> fint,rodeo«per(ocm* anoe sjt; 8 p. in... • ' ,„.l.|.„,..,. . ponikinuod from 9HP < K. 0. Wise turned In « slmnwr gem ifor tho (Cards tjbrj ^m bli.second'bvM •post tq|rob"*Jfce<>manior'ft^Wt.' 9ob ,Col^ SbenMro- flrkt .,v «ok^, alio THE SOXkolM* thill WMjCs p|i^ Sirtth a xpad^tEtiktfflliiAtitg .PMiUiSI A Cool Room Advertised in "For Rent" Will Bring Hot Results Want To Rent 14 WANT TO RENT 2-bedroom mod<rn homf or apartment, to bo available In July or August 1 for rpBponnlbli! couple, retired. No rhildren. Write V. O. Box 743, Fairmont, Minn. 209-6x-14 Personal HOT BAKED HAM SANDWICH, moxhed potatoes, 60c. DUTCH MAID LUNCH 201-1-4 8;rOP, LOOK and listen, colors gleam and glisten In rugs cleaned /with Flna Foam. Martin Furniture. 208-5-* Automotive 40 PER CENT OFF on rubber floor mats for the following cars at Firestone this week. '3.V36 Chev.. '36-'38 Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge, Plymouth; '40 Chev.. '41, '42, '46 Chev. FIRESTONE STORES 210-3-11 BUZZZZZZZ Is your car radio buzzin'? We'll fix it fine in just no time. Expert repairing can't bo beat. Call Steve at 264. ESTHERVILLE RADIO 210-1-11 GOODYEAR White Wall Tires now available. Limited quantities. 670x15 and 710x16." THOMAS MOTORS, Inc. 209-3-11 FOR SALE—1937 Chevrolet two- door. $66.00. Lawrence Ketman, 414 N. 4th St. 209-3x.ll FOR SALE — Packard Clipper. Grey 4-door sedan. Excellent condition. After 6:30 p. m. Phono 548W. 209 -3X -11 FOR SALE —1948 Harley-Davis motorcycle. In storage two years, overhauled, good condition. Owner in service. Phone 46, Wallingford.. 209-6-11 FOR TIRE MILEAGE have us switch tires and check wheel alignment to help cut down tiro wear. THOMAS MOTORS 208-3-11 For faster lubrication service we now have 2 GREASE RACKS in operation. Get your car ready for that vacation trip. HENAJtfAN MOTOR CO. 206-14-11 LET US take care of yQur automotive needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makes. See us. Robinson Motors "Pontlac" 8th and Central Ave. 227-tf-ll The Wise Old Owl Says . * . "Beautify your car and keep it looking nicer longer with Du Pont Spray Glaze. More protection for loss money, no wiso owl could pass that up. Open 7:00 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. Sundays Included. SHELTREN'S Master Service Junction Highways 17 and 9, W. 210-1-11 Notices RUMMAGE SALE Basement Episcopal church. Starting 0 a. ro., June 14. 202-11-6 pDing Ellis Bancl-| SATURDAY NIGHT June 14 Orl^eans Ballroom I South Shore, Big Spirit Lake - $1 per ticket —I Tickets available from any Legion member or at tho dance. CEREBRAL PALSY BENEFIT Sponsored by Emmet County American Legion association 209-4-« Real Estate NOTICE Dr. Sharp's office is reopened. Pr. John Phillips will take oyer his chiropractic practice duriiw Pi". Sharp's , cohval^fisfnce; .X. t.^--,ife..--.-.'..'' , FOR SALB>—Excellent 160 A. farm, 150 A tillable. Good soil. Well drained. Good buildings, nil with lights and running wntor. Priced for quick sale by owner on farm. 9 miles west and 4 miles north of Clara City, Minn. Jake Kruso, Rt. 3. Montevideo. Minn. 210-2-8 FOR SALE—2-bedroom home for $5,000. L. R., D. R., kitchen, basement with .stool. No. bnth. 514 S. 16th. ESTHERVILLE REALTY Ph. 1940 or 16!18J 210-1-* FOR SALE—Small house. Phone 1204 after 7:00 p. m. 210-2x-8 FOR SALE—Small house. Wired. Built-in cupboards. To be moved. F. L. Doughty. Ph. 881LW. 209 -2X -8 FOR SALE—3-bcdroom house. L. R., D. R., kitchen, basement, etc, West side. $6,000. Good house In EstherviUc to be moved. For information contact. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Tel. 1650 or 1761J 208-2-8 160-ACRE FARM 2',4 miles to Ruthven. $20,000. Improvements, Price $250 per acre. G. C. Rlnd- erknecht, Spencer, la. 207-4x-8 FOR SALB^- . WWk A. All modern house. Other bidgs. good. IH miles to good town. $25,600 for quick sale, 80 acres. All modem house. Good barn. 60 acres of work land. $18,000. 173 acre stock farm in edge of Brooton, Minn. Best of modern buildings. $13,000.00. I have many more good buys in central Minnesota at this time. Buy early and take your choice. CAROL BROCKMAN, Realtor Ceylon, Minn. 206-6-8 FOUR-ROOM house to be sold by sealed bid. 1033 3rd Ave. N. (Barber-Asby addition). See after 3:00 p. m. To be sold in two weeks. 205-6x-8 FOR SALE—Small, modern 2-bedroom I)ome, on two lots. Gas heat.. Immediate possession. Phone 15. 174-tf-8 Beautiful HOME FOR SALE Spacious 3-bedroom home in desirable location. Large picture windows. Automatic gas heat and water softener. Hardwood floors throughout. Pull basement. One of the most atractlve homes In Es- therviUe. Newly painted and in wonderful condition. Two lots fully landscaped. Be sure to see tho Interior to appreciate tho real beauty of this home. RAY AGARD 227 N. 12th St. • 206-tf-8 FARM FOR SALE 100 apre estate farm with set of buildings 7 miles southwest of Mountain Lake, Minn. H. H. WEDEL, Administrator Route 1, Mountain Lake, Minn. 20e -6x -8 Services TREES CUT—single or timber. See Leo Mitchell or call Don Woodyard, 507W. 206-6x-9 FOR TOBB PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. P & O Cleaners. 266-tf-9 BOTTLE GAS BALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49J61 151-U-9 PBTERSON'Bn,Radiator 'Bervice, Just east of randy's. 1714 Central. Experienoed la all types radiator repair. 118-tf-9 INVOICES WORK SHEETS " RULED. FORMS No nu^tter how intricate the fQi^ be, our V e¥jnan|^?<^^;i>rtr^g de- pairbi|j$ht'^'MWuip^ to Loons and Ins. CASH LOANS $50.00 — $280.00 and up on your slgnntiire, s -ito or furniture. (Repay in so ill monthly amounts. Our service | CrsTOM HAI.INO Farm FOR SAI.K A I. Hi'rrfoiil hulls Ossooil. Imv .i. prompt. Phone o* come In! IOWA GUARANTEE, Inc. 20ii -.ri.% Loans and Ins. 1.1 LOST —Grey xipper notebook, containing Bible school mntorlnl.M. Mrs. Norraan Herbrandson. Ph. 21F61. 2l0-2-lfi Jobs Wanted WILL DO ODD JOBS. David Brlngle. Phone 681W. 210-2-3 WANTED — Bookkeeping work. Have had bookkeeping and typing In high school. Junior eol- loge accounting. Dewalne Thorn burg. Ph. 917W. 200-3x-3 CUSTOM BALING New Holland wire hales. Will pull trailers. 4 mi. W, and 3H N. of EstherviUc. Don Egcland. Ph. Superior 6F8 collect. 206-.10x-3 Entertainment IT RINGS THE BELL "Belle of New York," Fred As- talrei Vera Ellon, tonight and Thursday at the Grand. 208-.'i-l SMORGASBORD Thursday, 6 to 8 p. m. SKYLINE 208-3-1 WEEKLY SCHEHDULE - Clip Me Out Thursday June 12 Party Pacll Nite : — 1 Day Only — Tim Holt In "Hot Lead'l -CO-HIT "Jungle of Chang" Friday, Saturday Juno 13. 14 "When Worlds Collide" Extra Special Midnlte Thriller on both nights starts at 11:30 "The Thing" Sunday. Monday June 16, 16 Gregory Peck—Susan Hayward "David and Bathsheba" In Technicolor Tuesday, Wed. June 17, 18 David Nlvcn—Vcra-Ellcn Cesar Romero "Happy Go Lovely" —CO-HIT— Loretta Young—Joseph Gotten "Half Angel" in Technicolor 210-1.1 Gay Paree Club .. will open again • Sunday, June 15 It has been closed since tho death, June 1, of Ernest Hand, Br. SUNDAY Bmorgasbord and free dancing. Serving from 5 to 9:30 p. m. EVBSRTf TUESDAY Bqiiaro dancing. Wo Invite aU to come. hnU 'V. IMll Chrl.-'tiHn, I'll i.'i>oil |>< I II( H I Flunk Smith. Hollnn.l iriilli-i .Molvin i ;-.'.8 Wnllinpf 1.1 .1. W.)-,-?\.7 WANTKD YCM'R Kr.OS, CREAM ANO rOlI.TUY. HlRhrRl ca.-h prioos paid. Klock culllnt; sorvl.-e. Try our ili-ponilnblr. (-onvrnlrnt mnrkot. I'hone 01. IV G. GRAY 20!>..1.7 VM: OMVER TO A Si,ee<U Ahvny.'s a sqimre ileal at VIKING MOTORS M».i.<!ry Hniils Oliver K.-<tlicrvllli-, Iowa 209-2-7 FOR .SAI.K Wire alfalfa hay !n fl.-Ul Uila werk. Die 1.11- land. Pli. 2lKfi. 208 .T.(-7 FOR .SALB RoKlstered herefonl biiXU. Vornon Miirtin, ft miles east of KsthervlU.'. 205-flx-7 LAST CALL for .-hicks 1 to 3 weeks olil and end of sieason r»- ducod priors, HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa 194-tf-7 Mr. Farmer! PROMPT, COURtEOUS SERVICE IN REMOVAL OF YOURv DEAD, ' CRIPPLED OR , DISEASED STOCK, CLEAN, SANITARY TRUCKS CALL OUR AGENT NEAREST YOU, ARMSTRONG DOLLIVER ESTHERVILLE GRAETTINGER SUPERIOR TERRIL WALLINGFORD Phone 700 Es+hervllle Rendering Service tARl TOTTLE DRIVER 210-1-7 FARM FOR SALE Well improved 300 acres, • improvement.s i n c 1 ii d o electricity and bnth facilities. Soil i,s in high state of fertility. L E. Stockdale Phone 60 or 47 205-1 f -7 Feeding Cattle All weights and cla.sses on hand at all limos. If we don't have what you want wo will order for you. Es+herville Auction Co. J. M. ROBB, Mgr. 203-tf-7 I'.itnKmini tht Vlihlk-.i..r hrpukncu %ir>ii»hM K ^.*r* Kv.*r.iii« ric «ri »vin .S)(y .ml I'riiv-ip.i l|.iii,i«T» 210 We«l.. Juno 11, in .*.2 7 », 1*10 .1 tlx .v.«l .vcnr« .t KMIWt. Till., low*. BMW ID* .cl al M .fT* a, UT* I or 1 d.ja TItrt. d.r* . t^>ur dv* fin ihtt .. O M *wk •« ft mvr* _ Tf p»t WW4 »« |wi wor« He t*r i»« r*r w»>rrt Kaeb .AMUwuJ <»T »' «>•' W"*^ MiBianm .d »oe, R»m >rt p.* taaMouim inMrtloet ol Mm. M CMMtnM .da .r* CAM! WITM ORDER BixtliliMiXac eMrc \lm for erWMt, &0« Mrw. dwri* il r.- ptiM m ukM t >r ouir m«i ud tS« U eli.r (»d It M cftmM .ddiM. or ptaaM nunlMr but not ulvN-iiMr. CUMmM .<) vmn uxniM ctMo* Ibrlr ulTtHlMmtaU la tb. nnt MMM lfc»y tppw MMl npof. ur -rat ti MM* u Bc alfannui «M Ma k arttr iiM nm MML Farm TOR SALE McCornil.-k-I)e.-rlnR 229 cnlllvBtor. (!o««l I»Ji. ITXTJ. Ol sr.- Mllford 8anipi«on. 210 ".N-T FOR DAIV.S TOOL CUKST Quarter-Inch .-leclrlo ililll $11 f»5. I'ockci levi'l «!te. H .Mi .-r Homrn and Oardenii Mandynu'n 'it Iwiok $3.OS. and many ' apprtiprlnli' KlftM. KSTl 1 E R V nJ^E H A n n W A U E 210-2 2n FOR A FISHERMA.N PAD Lcvrl-wln .l leilH $2 !M to $0 05 llo<l« t2.41» („ $Hflft 18-11), lent Nylon raxlInK lino .«0i; .Swivi'l boat Hi-alH $7 95 LIf.' «av.'r lioal ciiiihlonH $.1,118 nAMBI,K.S 210-.1-23 Fiilher 'H Day fJIft SURKeHtlonR DlnHmoie llluinlnat.'d eiiinpaiui a 4R Turn BiKnnl kit, nrlf-canr.-lllnn ^>7.^ aiami oaatInK rod. BUBrnntiMil 4 UN 1 -.V .-I wind ennlInK rod, from 2 8B WESTERN AUTO AS.SOC. STORE 210 -lf -2S FOR DAD'S CAR Droim up datl'ii lar with now ac- CPuHorlm. Mont acci 'pl«l)l.« (jtft for Fiitlicr'n Day, THOMAS MOTORS, Inc, 2(K»-3-2n FATHER'S DAY ORKETINOH .Novel irrivllnR ourtlii anil (sifl wrapplniff upcclally (lidlBn.'d for Fnthcr'» dav hy Norcio.*. TYPEWRITER EXCIlANrtE 20e-2 -2A sunaE .STioNS FOR FATHER HmokInK ulanil* for $2.28 up Dmk lamp* $1.70 and up Electric fan. $11.98 and up SANBORN FURNITUHK 2011-3-26 SUNBEAM 8HAVEMASTBR Perfect Klfl tor father, doner, cleaner, iiliaveii In lerni time than iionp and l)lad«. Powerful armature-typo real motor. OLSON ELECTRIC 208-3-28 FOR FATHER And tho whole family—Comfort for the home. O. E. fan. $0.08 and up. AI HO automatlr twin window fan ventilator. HEIDKK ELECTRIC 208-3-28 A Gift for Dad That Comes Every Day and Ijisls All Year An E.STIIERVILLK DAILY NEW.S SUBSCRIPTION 21(Mx-28 USED APPLIANCES Washing Machln .H (Kinmore. Montjfomery Ward, Bec-Vor, Coronmlo i.nd Hpeed Quiion) $8 and up Sewing Mochlni- (N.w Coll.Kel 10,00 Frlgldalrc . JO.OO Wood, Ooal and C.m Combination Stove 104)0. Norgo Oil Burner .1.^'... 10 .00 USED FARM MACHINERY For Rent For Sole .'SAVK. ON Fl.x ^r Klni«hln|r work \>vut»elf «Uh a ri-nltNl fiom WarxU MON-mCMKMY WARD E«lhrrvllle. tona Jlftia l-'On RENT IJKht hou«#li.'.>plnK nviim. !>l«o «li -i>pint; r.>«m. I'hone IMIJ Mm D»(»v Moore JWl * UM ««n.l.'r I '"•'••I eti.lrt., ftc^ tsn .Mp. , iaj Dtn.-t!e ,rt. H.>B t *9 JMIe prtfe $«»M All floflr lannp.. viilii*« t«> I 4 ?ft, U» FOR RENT Oood jile*pinB nmm for a ernllemnn. Mr.. Klm«-r WoKrn, Phone 20.Vlf .a FOR RE.NT >1room modern »p«rl- ment nlmve Olfl Oarden, lUS N. «th at. Ph 30* or 8J JOMfS FOR RENT Fir.t noor mnd.rn 8-nx>m apt (iln..e.< In iMirj-h, imraKe Ax-nllaM.' .tune 1 P O Box Y. lt«Hf a FOR RENT PumUhed or unfur- nl.hmt apartment. Ph, 31.1W. Clarence Oolla. m-lf 8 Help Wanted HELP WA.NTED <llrl for offir* work In Kj<(liervlll.v Workln« condlllon. ami lioum favoraMi- Opport\inl(y for B .lvnni -etiK -nt. Typlnit, Home iHxikkrepintt Shorthand de.lral.le Ph IftiW WANTED Woman 28 to 4.1 yearn of aiiO to mnnaKc office Mu.l l>fl able to type and have a knowl- ed^e of elementary lioukkrrplnic Nece.anry to meet the puhlle and have experleni'e In handlSnif <le. tall wotk. 4(>hour week em- jiloyee henefK.. I'nu.ually KO<H I atarlInK .alary. Apply In pei- •on at 8rar«, lloehuck ami Co 20«-lf 2 New Idea Side Delivery Hnka 78.00 Two David Bradley Mount.d Mowerj. 76.00 New Idea Spreader 60.00 New Idea Spread, r ».00 John Deere Bprea<lt;r 76.00 Oavld Bradley Corn Sheller .... 78,00 International Sprino: Tooth ~ 25,00 Factory Clearance on Plows Plua Rnr- I9MJ0, C-14-lncli and 2-lft-incb H, C. ^^5Q , ^^^^ >gAjro .,,BRAPLEY PLOWS and ai!(-up ^eairs, Roebuck & Co. ^Tsl^^ Want To Buy 30 FIX XT' PMsr rv We haw well .eaMnetl lumtK'f, top quality . palm for your • nrtnir repair ne^d. Phon« 44W3, KathTVllle, w»1t quote yxnt ptU re*. Cnmmandrr lOevalnrs, Ituntlnston. W. R Kermaa. m«fv- »Ker 31*-|.t* Vxyti SAI.F. CtuM X boat. Very ftnm\ eondlllon fTan •>«• n.-rn al fUfertjMJn e<)l«..»g» on east »hore «tf Spirit Ijthe PhOOO «B7W Hplill tjnti.- Mr« H. T. Ku.rtMm 31I >.3-1(» KOU MALE .Hterl rIMhM |ln« po.t. <'«rl I.,«>e«-hrn Ph 7I2J. 3H>.4«-lrt FOR SALK NprtnMT frte.. 3>, to 4 lb. $IOiV Oeorire 11. rven. 3'» ml. «outh of .Maple Ultl 3t«V««-IO FOR SALE Sprtnff ftle.. 3 Iha Vern Juliu.. Ph. 48Wt ato-t-io H-OR HALE. m»ld«lrt.. .1 y.«rs old, .(He 7 0 7. I>r(ee<} rUrtvl frtr qui. k .ale, c'all or »••« t ^wla B, Maly. r», Ph, WH). SIO-3-tO WANTED-We will pay 7c each for empty need corn and field feed baira that are In tfiiod condition, Onlden Sun MIIIInK Co. Phone. 2»« or 397 'jm»-2-20 For Sale lu ASK FOR Sander. lee Cream nt your favorite .tore. SANDERS ICE CREAM CO 200 tr 10 FOR SALE Hulll-ln eupl>o«rd. 200 2nd Ave, So. 2<>»-3-IO FOR BALK Hprlnu chlckena. .1 lb«. Dre.«ed for locker. Dellv- errd In lota of 8 or more, J. D. InRVall. Enthervllle. Phone 2«7 at Dolllver 208 3x KJ Fo1ir~RALE «-pleee Cherry ^a- hoKanv dlnlnf! room .il .Mr. Dale Manuel. Ph M3J dayn and 1742J nvenlnita. . 208-a«-10 Uaed hjcryolea from $10 up 3 boy. 3 Kin. Oood condition, WESTERN AirrO ASSOC. STORE 20«-tf-IO USED MKRCHANDIHK U.ed Item* that mu.t bo move<t out Of our way thi. week regard- Icea of price. Tttble-lop eleotrlc atove $30 3 «lde-oven elerlric *luve. $8 «a 3 enameled Ice boxen . $8 ea. *-ft. rieclrle refrigerator $J8 Kitchen eink, complete with mixinir faucet $7.80 Electric waahlnir marhlnn . |I0 3 brand new electric bathroom heater* $6 ea. I 2 -bumer ifB. plate ... . M.OO flURPLUH STORE 308-3-10 MITCHELL Air Conditioner. World'* fined room air condl- llonnr, Bxriualve evaporator de- algn that Incorporate* 34 lubea. Micro-filter M.O per i ;ent acreen- Inif. HEIDKB ELECTRIC »»-tr-io FOR BALK— Harley Davldaon motorcycle, good condition and loaded with rxtraa. Priced to •ell. See Don Egeland. TOtt-Ox-lO STAFFORD'S Hamburger Shop Two Egg*. Ton.t ^C>» and Coffee j3C With Ham—S.'i^ Tomato .or Omnge Julte, • f\ large glaa. I vC Enjoy Our Dellelou. Coffee 20IH-I0 I'MRD URnCHANDIMC 7 utetl rrrrlaeratot* $I»M l« $»980 I bottle KM. *tnve f».M I 3-hurner trailer *l«e bottle ga. .tnvt- $33.00 Lawn mower , 13.80 Radio. $10 DA ti $1».M <>AMIU ..C ]t 310-3-tO SMALL TURKISIf hand lowela. 4 (<ii $1 no. KHLERH VALUE HTOHB 3llka -tO FOR HALE rive room natural gma • ir.ulatlng heater. Half pf|#». Phone W»W 30»-3x-10 FOR HALE-Antique .ette* lLov« •eatI and chair Mr., John D«r» ling. I'h. B««J aO »-ts -IO IH 2 HP HOB-THAC THACTOR. tV-.peed drive for «p«»«t aiHl power control, 4«yelerngln*develOfM almut 3-HI> at SMO RPM. »-4t. fuel tank With Urea. Only tO« .town on monthly l.rma. 34 attachment* available. Reg. $S79.80. now $IM&0. MONTOOMKRY WARD Kathervlllo. Iowa 2«».3-j8 HAVE ON TOI' gi.'AtJTY BUIIJD- IN<» NEEDS AT WARD*. Buy now and MV « .in quality butUltwt nerd. Pur.-haaa on FIlA ternu, no money down, up to 3 yean lo pay while you enjoy mo<t«m home impmvement*. Reg, $107 Jet-type l>ump $M.M lieg. $«t 80 Water Heater, 3t^«al. $0*80 Htreen-Slorm Window* »** off Screen tVwr. 30*4 off MONTOOMERY WAIU) Kaihervitle, Iowa RAWLEIOH PRODUCrra. K. T. Baumann. Ph. 3«3J. 90-t(-tO THE AVKRAan paraon pmy% for thrc«! home* In rent during hi* lifetime. Why not own one? If you can afford lo rant. y«u ean afford to build. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 200-3-to FOR SAI.E- I^«t hatch of baby duck*. Taylor H. Hunde, l»h. I130W. 809-3-iO Old Newspapers For Sale Only a Nkkol for a Big B (indl(> ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS 7i»trx-i>> Complete Closing-Out Sale We havn decided to »ell at ihibiie Auction our farm: houeehoid good* and all farm equlpinmt. Farm ia iucattid J*, mlleii •*»« of Ceylon, or atx mile* well uf Hand'* Park, for: Saturday, June 14th S<ti« «|jtH» at 1:19 mhmtp MACHINERY , •RC Ca«« Tractor, complete wttH rubMr UfM: euUivalur; Caa« 7-botlom, H-inch tractor pkiw; John Deer* tO ft. OMt: t-aetrliun fl 'x ibie drai; McCormiek-DeeHnx corn pifliilert ataaVwhMl wagon and tMx; Ca*e nianuru eprrader: >ln()«-row ctUUvntor; bws saw; tank: tank heater; ntcet iaurele: pump Jack; ftti drttt: aaaartment of tool* ami alw) aneortmrnt of well luoUf hamea* and collar*: «om» hay and «traw in l>atn and talQ bfuodcr hoMae. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1990 moflel S.7 International rvfHcerttlor; IfMMKh coolt atevei wood and coal heater; oil bumtnie parlor ritfnM*: elUn* cuplxM ^d: lea box: *tudto couch: ro«klns; chalm: alx t ^^r cluilr*: itbnry Utile: end Ublac battery raiUo; *» ate* b«a, comntala; larfe «ttb, oompieie; aecretary: player pianv; nigh eti«lr; fruit Jar* and all kind* of diahea, poU and pan*. FARM MS acre farm. ThJa farm hMi a good hMntton. It ia toottadth* first t >hMcn weat of Tuttle Lake hrKIt* M Iha p»y}M> and Hand'* Mirk road. It haa a large hduaf with m full MauMMt funuui* and t«« porchea. Ottoer bidhtlnpt eonaiat of a imn..,tm» vtitK OlMMInafy aN^. garac*. granary, chickan horn* and » m >i ^.:1»liiim. TItia (km i» ^ iiiK Mdd to •ettW the a A. r >u«»tey *t »tAt«^ It «^ mka an Idiml )M»a. It haa good Mill and a ^l «M«nt locatiOA. TffRMS: MjOOp down the day of Mta ««d tlM» and alMKraci la obtaioML tiiil|a«« wliaii emr a A. PUGSLEY SUl« Bank «f, Ceylon, Clark ESTATK

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