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i-— local Market*— Eggs Lower, Corn Gains, Flax Down &S1S^ were a penny per dozen •off on today's local produce mnr- kct.-Corn, was up a penny per bi^ti'el on the local ^rain marKet tdittly. soybeans and flax both dirbppod two cents a bushel. URAIN o |l oOTn $1.70 lliiw corn aiyboans $2.98 oats (36 lbs.) 76c lilkx $3.75 OravM Otain Company lOtiiVer, l^UBtlngtoB. Mapl* HIU S 'vlrect cream ^1 73o Mb. 1 : 71c So. 2™- 89e Henneries - 33o 1*6. 1 27c Sto. 2 24c straight run 283 Hcha. under 4 la lbs I3c i&ns, 4% lbs. and over 15c a avy cooJw _ lOo gfiorn, leghorn cross cocks _..8e mx City Livestock Wioujt bity. June 13 (/P>—Sfoux City livestock maiket quotations: Cattle salable 700; calves 50; hardly enough of any one class on sale to test market; around 40 per cent 6f .fresh supply stockers and feeders held for Monday sales; around 6 loads cows also largely held for MondaV; scattered sftles slaughter steers and./heifers and cows little ihanged In cleanup trade; commercial to low choice fed steers and Aeifers $26-30.60; odd lots choice yearling steers 31.50-32.50; few can- hors and cutter cows $18-20.50; odd head utility $21-22.50. Hogs salable 6,600; light weight^ S iarrows and gilts moderately ac- IVe riiostly 15-26 lower; heavier yclght butchers' 25 lower; some lato sales around 50 off; limited early light weight sow sales steady; around 330 lbs. and heavier mostly is lo^erj late sales 60 lower; some lota unsold at mid-session; choice and 2 barrows and gilts around 190-260 lbs. 20.60; numerous lots ihostly 1 and 2 around 200-230 lbs. iO.85-20.76; top 20.86 rather sparingly on shiptJer account; around,260270 lbs. 19.60-20.60; 270-300 lbs. $1919.75; • .heavier weights scarce; iood and choice 100-160, lbs. dull at Il7-li|.'86; 360-4(M> lbs. 17.26-$20; 360400 lbs. 17.26-18.50 ; 400-500 lbs. $1617.78; A Cool Room Advertised in ror Rent" Will Bring Hot Results FATHER'S DAY GIFT IDEAS Landing nets, aluminum $2.98 Tackle boxes, watertitc, steel $2.98 Delta electric lanterns $4.96 DeLlar fish scales $2.00 WEJSTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE 212-tf-25 BE SURE YOU REMEMBER DAD THIS WEEK It Is his big day. We have hundreds of little things that will make him happy. Tools galore —screw driver, pliers, vises, braces, saws, drills. Here Is a dandy—4 In 1 screw driver for only 49c. Fly rods, reels, lines, glass rods, nets, lures, tackle boxes, minnow buckets, special River Runts, Reg. $1.25, special 75c. Aluminum scoops, 1 bu. and 1% bu. baskets. Garden hose. Here Is one—$6.95 metal lawn chair for only $4.95. Maybe the Old Boy would enjoy a nice hammock. If you're short on trees we also have good sturdy portable hammock hangers. His car gives you a lot of suggestions—breczies, door mirrors, visor mirrors, clothes hangers, trouble litcs, aerial in- tenslflers, compasses. Red Hot Special—breezles for only 13c pair. COAST TO COAST 211-2-25 GIFTS FOR DAD Cush-N-Robes, electric fans, office chairs, pens and pencils, desk pads and desk sets, leatherette waste paper baskets, stationery, memo pads, etc. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 211-3-26 'thicago,, Livestock Chlcagrf.'-Juric 13 iP—Another reduction in hog supplies today failed" to maintain the upwa:rd price niovement Of .the last two days. Most values held steady, and the extreme top slipped 10' cents. FOR DEAR OLD DAD! Dress hats, sport shirts, belts, •work uniforms, dress and work SOX, and many other items Dad can use. , SURPLUS STORE 211-3-25 FOR A FISHERMAN DAD Level-wind reels $2.94 to $9.95 Rods ., $2.49 to $14.96 18-lb. test Nylon casting line....89c Swivel boat seats $7.96 Life saver boat cushions $3.98 GAMBLES 210-3-25 Jobs Wanted CUSTOM BALING New Holland wire bales. Will pull trailers. 4 ml. W. and 3W N. of EsthcrviUc. Don E!geland. Ph. Superior 6F8 collect. 206-30x-3 Entertainment FRIDAY THE 13TH Horror show. Starts at 11:30 p. m. Stars Charles Laughton and Boris Karloff. "The Strange Door" at the Grand theater. !f;». 211-2-1 DANCE Saturday Night Lowell Stewart Skyline Club 212-2-1 Want To Rent 14 WANT TO RENT - a-bedroom modern home or aparlmeni, to be available In July or August 1 for responsible couple, retired. No children. Write P. O. Box 743. Fairmont, Minn. 209-6x-14 Help Wonted WANTED—Man to go Into business for himself with the most responsible sales organisation In the world. No capital required. State qualifications. Write Box 67MP, care Dally News. aiMx-a BEING A FULLER DB:AUBR —It Is nice work and profitable. I would like to help some vfeood man get started In Emmet county. Write 706 Elm St.. AlRona, la. 213-3X-2 -Ding Ellis Band— SATURDAY NIGHT June 14 Orleans Ballroom South Shore, Big Spirit'Lake - $1 per ticket - . Tickets available from ony Legion member or 'at the dance. CEREBRAL PALSY BENEFIT Sponsored by Emmet County American Legion association 209-4-1 For thie June. Bride SUPERIOR Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kissinger and Mary iTo, spent Thursday night In the Floyd Hoovel home on their •way home.to Merrll after a. week's ftsbttt^aTtiortik^rti Minnesdota. A^ui; 60 .relatives gathered at Pik^ Point for a picnic In hoVior tof Itr. and Wtrs. Lloyd' Gross and famfly of Kent, Wash. Relatives froni.Lake Park, Ocheyedan, Sibley, AUendorp and other towns attended. Those attending from Superior were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Lestpr Gross and chl)(lr|n and Mr.v and Mrs. Louie Sj^oip and girls. ., A..O.^McMulleh left Wddnesday momin^to visit rilatives at Calgary, CtUiada, p^nA other pldoes on the way.'. • " ' Mr. aHd.ft^rs. E. EUason and son and Mn.''XlllssO mother called on Mrs. Hannah Wade Monday. Mrs;-£lia8on was the former Helen .jVandal, who taught In Superior over 20 yet^rs ago. The son graduated from Gracoland college, last week and was aocompaning, his parents home to Deer Lodge, Mont FOR A NEW HOME Every Juno bride will want Nu- tone door chimes for her new home. A musical welcome for guests. Perfect wedding gift. OLSON- ELBJCTRIC SERVICE • • 111 S. 6th St. 212-2-26 e /Ui-lltlmU FINE PRimiNG QUALITY PRINTING For .All Wedding Needs •. Invitations • Announcements • Napkins ' • Informals Expert Craftsmanship Everything in Perfect Taste ESTHERVILLE DAILY. NEWS NortiiweSt Iowa's Largest Printing Plant 211-3X-26 MiveMi cHiEFjimmii Friday, Saturday Juno 13, 14 "When Worlds Collide". Extra Special Midriite Thriller on both nights V. starts at 11:30 "The Thing" Sunday, Monday June 15, 16 Gregory Peck—Susan Hayward "David and Bathsheba" In Technicolor DISTRICT MANAGER WANTBUJ Our District Managers average from $8,000 to $12,000 a year. We furnish proof. There Is an open Ing In j'our surrounding countle-i for a high grade man with a sales background. Duties to hire and train men selling most complete lino to farmers. Salary or drawing account. Liberal pension plan. Must have good car. Write Sales Mnnngcr, 701 South 42nd St., Omaha, Nebraska. 212-2-2 Form FOR SAl >E 78 feeder |. IK ». welRht 88 to .V) pinimls Vnrclnnir.l, <-a«- trnti'd. wenned ami sprnyed 4 mlle.i south and ,1'. miles .' KJI of Gruvei Lrstoi Hiiml.land Ulnc sted. 212-3*7 PRODUCE MAUKKT \V.- highest cash prires for poultrj-, crenm i>nd PKRH. culling seiNlre, Ph 91 P. t; CRAY offer vour Klock 212-3-7 LAST CAI.I, for chicks 1 to S weeks old nTid end of senson reduced prlei-s. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa 194-tf-7 OaatMaiac itM ruMmtm »M a«>ii»llia. <MMM)H>d RTWT Mnawi tt»t»n MMMI 212 Fri., Junr IS, 19S2 ft «, use M UM »Mi»cnn at KMM^ vttt*. K .w». mtm UM Mt M MSM* t, ISTf 1949 MA.'SSF.Y HAURl.S 7 -ft. Clipper, with motor Always n sqiinie^denl iit VI KING MOTORS Miissey UnrrlB-OUvei Esthorvlllo. lown 211-2 7 FOR SALK and clove!', ford. Hiiv l>iOMm iilfalfK I 'll 4 <m X). Wi.niii); 2n -2x 7 I or > tf Thm <Ukr* rsuf dari rVn «gr< lU *tr MM OM TCMl t(* »W •«« Buh kUdlUaaai day . 9t pm waM Ulatmaa «4 kM. IUIM an tm tOMMHUTt ttMWtlDM e( MM* M. CtSMlIM sat srt CASH WtTM OROKIt RookhftrlBi cMirs* ut Ita for cr*(Ut. tee nntM «Mrt* tr •OM ar* tUMi ht OMj mwt tM tu M *kunt It. M cantM or pbelM BuMwr tat aol U* OlMtnM •« tMr MTWttMfMM* la UM Ittat ihtj awnar SM tnof. saf Kftsr M M allMNuMW caa k* UN fMt IMM, •I Ptrsonal C01J5 MEAT M^TK. ftOe' DUTCH MAID LUNCH 2121-4 For Rent FLOORS SHABBY* Make them l«wk like new. at low ea»t. Real r Mnd «>r from Wartln. MONT<10MERT WARO Rsthervtlle. lowa 313 -9-8 FOR RENT 3 -rwin> furnliOiwJ apartmrnt. M8 Ph IIMW R. W Brad> 3ia-S-a ron RKNT- 3 room apt MOS Ho. «th Andrew grotl. Ph. IWSJ 3l>-9-« FOR UKNT Modern, firat (lo«i 3 rtxiiii apartment with bath and >)orch, Cinrage Pontofflre Bon A JlStf-S FOR RENT a-iiedrwotn houjie on S(h Ave North I'riaa t'pla- Rraffl. 1T57I.J 313 3-8 FOR RKNT .Vroom »nil bath. ui»- (ufnUhed uintntrs Apartment. Couple pr «>frrri ««l. Ph IM. 318 CentriU. E H IWebuhr. an-if-a FOR SAI .K A f. w (.•oo.l )>,,n.'.l Hereford hulls. Fiiink .'^mitli. OsBOoil. lowii 2»ii)12x-7 YOUNG MAN over 16 to work'2 or 3 hours week days during summer months In mechanical department. Apply Esthervllle Dally News. 211-tf-2 WANTED—Waitress. DS across from Honeymead. Cafe, 211-8-2 WANTED—Woman 28 to 45 years of age to manage office. Must bo able to type and have a knowledge of elementary bookkeeping. Necessary to meet the public and have experience in handling detail work. 40-hour week—employee benefits. Unusually good starting salary. Apply In person at Scars, Roebuck and Co. 206-tf-2 Loans and Ins. 16 PERSONAL LQANS. Are you making too many payments? We can show you how a loan will cut payments, give you OJ^- tra cash. Ask about It. IOWA GUARANTEE, Inc. 211-3-16 i Tuesday, Wed. arune 17, 18 David Nlvon—Vera-EUcn Cesar Romero "Happy Go Lovely" Loretla Young—JMeph Gotten "Hall An^el" in Techoieoloif'' .."^^ 212-1-1 "HOW COULD YOU ' TURN IT DOWN?" Do you know, Mr. Prospect, that for every $3.65 saved per mont^^ beginning, for example, at ago 80, that this sumo $3.55 will return $13.07 a month to you for LIFE beginning at your ago 65 or, if you wish, you may have $2,123 in CASH Instead of the monthly Income. (Dividends arc not guaranteed) "WHY NOT PAY YOURSELF FIRST T" Stanley S. Vohs District manager and supervisor the Equitable Life of Iowa Ceylon, Minn. 212-1-15 Notices 6 RUMMAGE SALE Basement Episcopal cMureh. Starting 9 a. m., Juno 14. 20;-ll-6 NOTICE Gardston Beauty Shop Avlll be clcsed Monday, June 16, reopened Tuesday:' Betty Brant . J13-?-6 "'IT ARMSTRONG DCLLIVER ESTHERVILLE GRAETTINGER SUPERIOR TERRIL WALLINGFORD Phone 700 Estherville . Rondering Service Junction Highways 17 and B. W. 312-1-7 ^ 312-1-11 FOR SAl.li ».rool MiCoimlili Deorlnj: lilmler .1 I). .Smllli. 4 ml. east of lIuntiiiKton Stiit.' Line. 211 3v -7 FARM FOR SALE Well improved 3(X) acir.s, iinpixivements i 11 c 1 u li o electricity and bath fa- cilitie.s. Soil is in hlgli State of fertility. L. E. Stockdale Phono GO or 47 205-1 f -7 Feeding Cattle ' All weights and clas.ses on hand^al ail times. If we don't have wliat you want we will order for you. Estherville Auction Co. ; J. M. ROBB, Mgi-. 203-lf-7 Mr. Farmer! PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE IN REMOVAL Of YOUR DEAD CRIPPLED OR DISEASED STOCK CLfAN SANITARY TRUCKS CAll i)UH AGINT HtAiusT rou 49 YEARS AOO .lune 1.1. 11>03. Red tlrance born Miule touchdown* ngnlnKt Mlch- Igan, 4 In flmt 10 mlnulen, Oct is. 1024. .SANDERS ICR CRKAM (X> 212-1-4 FOR HKNT .Sander and ertKer al your Conut to Comt more 311 3-» FOR RENT Mwlein 3 room houne $30 .Simon Prey. 2&JB, 21l-3-« For Solo FOR «At.»: «ff*»n rtoon. r 9" t f 4". Al»o *t4* ann for water heater Ph 437J 3t3-3 «ia »-OR THK OARDNI^R On D «4'i day ~Or*« «lM >*r% $I.M; Ooo-Ktlp irrMM »l ««»r« with lone h*n4t^; •prinklrrt. II.Tt up; power DKHrert: h«i)4 mmwtt, |l4Mt AliKi tMWNl pfowtr iR «w »r. RSTKERVILUB HAKDWAAC 319-t-tO PRATT »n4 IJ^MIIKRT PAIMT P»rf«X!t for walta, «tM4 WoHU rumllur<K Onr e««t mmtif, Driea to ii|mrlillng. hard flitbl*, ttff from ttruah marli*. \VW« r«n(e «f lie«u(iful e«Kir«. COMMANOKR Et.KVATORJI Huntlnslon. tow* TlMne 44Wak Calhervlll* \V R IW>etnann, mana^i-r JtM-IO FOR RENT --O00U alerplng room for a genllemnn. Mr*. Elmer Wogrn. Phone na«. 3tt»-tf-ft KItJHT CENT .S 11 year will prolerl H miin'H or li>dy'« «ult Horn moth dnmage for 8 yearn. One npraj-- Ing of Rerlou guaranteed molh- iiprny doen It, or Berlou paya for the damage. Sanborn T-'urnllure. 3n -.1-4 FOR RKNT-~3-room modern apartment above Olfl Qartten. U»'» N. <th St. Ph. 306 or B3. 301-tf-S STOP. LOOK and llnten. colom gleam and glUten In ruga cleaned with Flna Foam. Martin Furniture. 208-5 -4 Automotive u rOR FIUBBl PIOKUP Mid dcllvary. Ph. 49. P ft O ac*n*ni. 3S«-U-« FOR SALE -1040 Chevrolet amian. excellent condition. Ph. 34F18. Androa Hanaon. 2l3-3x-tl Tax examiner: Whal'a your hiui- buiul'a average Income? Wife: Oh, about midnight. Huy three, one free, Inoludlng trade In. FIrat Line TIroa WHITISH STANDARD 8BRV1CB 418 Central Ave. 211-3-11 FOR SAFETY. Hav« til intpMt brake Hyatnm thoroughly ... ad Juat or rcllne the brakes, If ncccsanry. THOMAS MOTORS 211-3-11 FOR SALE • 1938 Ford 4 -door Oood motor anJ body. Radio and heater. $100. See Jack HUnt, 7 8. 7th St. 211-3-11 40 PKR CH3NT OFF on rubber floor mate for tho following cftw at ii*lrcBlono Ihla week. '33-'36 Chev., •as-'.W Ghryaler, IJeSotO, Dodge, Plymouth; '40 Chev., '41, •42, '40 Chev. FIRESTONE STORES 310-3-11 FOR SALE — 1848 Harley-Davla motorcycle. In alorage two years, overhauled, good condition, Owner In service. Phone 48, WalllnRford. 208.«-U For faster lubrication service we now have 2 GREASE RACKS In operation. Oei your ear rea dy for that vacation trip. HKNAMAN MOTOR CO. 208-14-11 LET U8 tak« care of your automo. tlvo needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makes. Boa ua, Robinson Motors "Pontlao" 8th and Central Ave. 327-tf -n The Wise Old Owl Says . . . "Beautify your ear and keep It looking nicei- lunger wUh Du Pont Spray CAsuu-, More protection for lena money, no wlac owl could paaa that up." Open 7:0U II ni. to tt:30 p ni. Hundnya Included. SHELTREN'S Master Service Sonfloos IF YOU OET SICK CALL A DOCTOR If your car or home radio t* 111, onll ua. Radio Doctors De Luxe, at 2S4. 311 -.1-0 Throw away your hammer Throw away >-our nalla You ran \.ulld a eedat eheat WUh a hrvwh and a pail !'«,• (Vdar-(.u« point TOrCK LtfURRR CO V13-3-ia FOR HAI^ Mo«-«!l heavy duty lawn and w***! in«w»r. cIretilAr 20-inrli blade. 3S h p molftr .viull I3lnrn electrle Ire* Irtsn- nier taw with eabU«. Thof Irtr Ironer Mr» H A. W«««*r. Armnlronit, low* tIt-Si-IO MF.N>t COTTON PAJAMAS Your eholee I3M. RIIURRH VAU-'C HTOaS RiwTMTNOTO."*~f^-«om» rKWr~ 110.00 ntrh Ceaal te CM»t .tore or ITOtW tl*4'W BOTTI .B UA8 BAL .S84UBRVZ0B Inttallatlons — R «fttlatloiM HELL'S CORNSn, Ph. 4*JBt PaTBR801>rfl lUdUtor Urr^ tut Mat of Vaady*!, 1714 Oantral. BxperUaeed In til tyiMM mdlator rtpAlr. llMI -t Rool Estoto BUBINBiW OPPORTt ^NtTtea W CBYIX)N CAROL BROCKMAN, Rckltor Oeylon. Minn. SlS-M FOR SALE-Choice lot In Maplo< crest. Btorm sower and guttar paved, BHTHBRVILLE REALTY Ph. 1340 or t6SlU 312-t-« CHOICE FARM8~Yaur site. Mod ern or good buildings. Ail titt able. Buy NOW, g«l 1>3 of crop. 130 acres, ail field at tlU with half of crop. Sao Jobnaon Realtor, Ueetor, MInnMoU. kM4ag-« FOR BALB-Nftw a -bedroom hotUle. Very good loenlton. Oan heal, etc. Bsautlful home. niDOUT REAL ESTATE Ph. leSO or ITCtJ 3U-3-S Beautiful HOME FOR SALE Spacious 3-l>i<dro«m boat* In doalrable location. I<«rge plo- ture windows, Automalio gM heat and water aoftener. Hardwood floors throughout. Full baaument. One of the moat alraottve homes in Ra- thervllle. Newly painted and In vironderfui condition. Two lots fully landaedped. B« sure to tho Interior to apprt' clato tho real b«auty of tbU home, RAY AGARD 227 N. 12th St. • 30MI4 FOR HALK 3 twkby bodo, c«»- pletti; Monarch *l>«tr<le sittva, 9 training aoata Ph. UUJ. Mrs. Oforg* Larson. <l >-9-i0 FOR RAtX-SOxSO d«uMo «M *c«. Call nw. ttt-te-io trSBP MBRCKANDtSK 7 used rerrlgeralon ttf,«l t» MUO \ bottle gvt atov« UMO 1 S-burn«r trailer alt* betlto gas stove . IXMO Lawn mower UMK> Radios DMA to tlMS OAMBUn RAWLKIOH PRODVCra. B. T. Baumonn. P>i. Mil. »4t40 nrRNlTUlUB Bteel lawn chairs. R«». IMt. flaaaeeka • • — <—• ^ prt<M Otnetto sot. n««. iat .t8. BiUa price Ail floor lamp*. v»>«m U i*-***^ „ Bale price • -— OAMBuea 3tMI-tO FOR BALB-BtMl cMtoM UlW post*. Carl LOM«li*n. FOR BALB- Hpring rH«% « lb«. 11,00. Qeorge Bervea. 9H Bil- •oulh of Maple Hiii. ai04».ia PGR BALB -Bprioc frteo. • ^M. VbtA Juuiia. Ml. 4IWT. I FOR BALB-rrtfMatft, 9 old. att* T ft. 7. tMe«« quick mle. CkU «r MIL BalyvRi, Ph. MO. MtTOItKLL Alir WorMli ftn*sf fom lionor. Bsushtttv* tytiMiflBti*- slgn Uwt lAMHiotMCM Mi«ro-fllt«r-M .ri >tr cMt inmu- Ing. HBIOKB mJBOnUO MMfBJO FOR SAUC"Tti>e*-potlft4 MJliill fries Francis Abell. Ph. tSWI. Old Newspapofs For Sale , Only a Nickel * for a Big BundJe ESTHERNOLLE DAILY NEWS »0 -ttxlil LET US INSTALL YOUR NEW HEATING SYSTEM- NOW Can Be Financed Two Ways I—No payment until October I. 2—Under F. H. A.—No Down P<iyment—36 n^onths to pay. Send in following coupon for FREE ESTIMATE Sears, Rcrabudt and Co. 103 N. 6th, EBthtrvlUe, Iowa Please li ^ve iiM rVee EMlmata cm Sean RcttOiiK Sytk tern with no obttgatloa NAME ADDRESS I....... CITY ......

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