Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 20, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, June 20, 1952
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Mi ^t Mori Ali 6i*ain9 ti«tt Flax Take Drop Corn, QaU and Roybcnnii were all do** fwm one to two c <>nt« a bushel: :6n today*! local grain niar)t<;t Hetia were a penny per poUnd jhlghcr on the local produce market;' • it PROCfeEDI^GS— ConUniMd from pat« 3 0. U. Wnfflc Book Co., roquUitktn Ho. 325 1. S. Italia and Son, requisition No. 320 1.91 10.46 OBAIM Ol^.cbrn' NewAgqirri '. ll.Sl $2.96 .. 7ac 13.80 7.85 3.39 13.86 300.00 70.11 75.99 Oftt8;:<3«:lb*.) nast , ; CqMlTM atsln Oompafly titvUnt, BiUMjlttttOB. Mfipl* HUl Swbct cream - 76c Nd.-l 73c Nd. 2 71c tI6hncrlba \ 33c No. V 27c No.: 2 24C iSprlngir, 2H lbs. and up 22c StraiStat run 28a Kens, under 4% lb» Mc Hollfl,'4% lbs. and over 16c H«^vy coelW ~.. - 10c I^fghortj, Mffliorn^ cross cocka ...8o ShbMX City Livestock StoUX< GUy, Juno 20 UP)—Sioux City llveBtbok market. quotations: CatUc'salkblo 500; calves 25; not CTVough of any one class represented Vor a tparket test; receipts Including a few loads ot cows and small'tr,uck-ln lots; scattered sales 8lfii.Ughter stijcrs and cows little changed i few good and choice steers. 27.00-30.00; scattered sales eariner and cutter cows 13.00-18.00; o ^d bead'utility 20.50; occasional shelly Canners down to 12 .00; load medium and good Ught weight feeding heifers 23.60; small lots mostly good 800 lb. fleshy feeders 27.00. : . .'Hogs salable 6,000; open moderately active; closing rather slow; butcji^t.s largely steady; sows eVenly"stoa<ly to 26 higher; most advance on weights around 36Q- *80 Iba^; choice 1 and 3 barrows andiglHft. alround 190^240.lbs. liB.70- 20J50;.. -latter for liberal share 1 and:2'8|iri >^nd 2Q0 -230 l^s. on shipper >:aipi6,unt; packer (imlt 20.00 apaxiogly: aribund 240 -270 lbs. 19.2520 .0b; • heavier weights scarce; gbod' iuid:.\choloe 100-160 lbs. 18.0019 .00: piij^feecier a^d seriim account; choice--8W^fi: ground 380 lbs. down 17.8M8 .W;. 860-460 lbs, 18.60-17.76; nvostjy 1«?IB-17.50; 400-500 lbs. 17 .001./ four Vacation bleeds Are Someone s "Don't Needs" Chiiktto Liventock Chicago, June 20 (flV-Prlccs on live.'liogs ended the week on a strong hotc today in response to a reduced overnight supply. Boosts of S5 ^ 60 cents a hundred pounds restored all the ground lost carUer in the week. C9.ttlQ were steady at the week's steep \.declinc but there were too few sheep to make an adequate mStrk^test. jmk CREEK jMlc,'0,re<»k FcrsonaJs j<r, and Mr*. George Berven •wjSiiu J'lfrWay j^fternooh callers at tbe^hoiitij of Mr. and Mrs. Nells Pc t «jC80 ||i|in Esthervllle. .paiD'. Aftderson Is spending „ f ew ,'d |ofii • at' the honie of grand- nipthfcr;; Mrs. Bella Lowe, at Mai lardv . • 5*•>•;«, •tit.- a^ijid Mrs, Leon Lowe of Ayr- shlrcJi^.ere supper guests at the hb|hc of Itlr. and Mrs. Owen Anderson:";-.' ' '• • Jh^r.-and Mrs. Owen Anderson went tio pes Moines Friday and Sa ^urd^y to visit at the home of Mir.^Ai ^d. Mrs. Nowoll Anderson. Jfintcie, Anderson, who has been vls- itllngV§t, their home, returned with bar pedants. ' Mc-'«ipd Mi-s. Max' Socth spent S4^R^^- eypliig at . the Welsh Wuiftn 'and Mildred MatUson •wore ovcr-nlght guests Tuesday w(ih Mt, and Mrs. James EUerston. Den Moines Rubber Stamp rcqislilon No, .127 PJsthPrvlllc Dally News. rcqul«lUon No. 328 Midwest Visual Education »<'r^icc, icqulfiltlon No. 320 Sponecr School, rcquUI- tion No, 330 The Hoermann Press, requisition No, 331 Zeil Bcrryliill, rcquisiUon No, 332 and 333 LIBBARV FUND Iowa Pupils Reading Circle bookii 168.40 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Stale Comptroller, care, Cherokee 7,571.73 State Comptroller, care Independence State Comptroller, care Woodward Ruth Keml.s. committ­ ment fees Ruth Kcmls, committ­ ment fees BANG'S DISEASE ERADICATION FUND Dr. L. J. Moore, vet services Petersen Bros., cattle slaughtered REFUND Kenneth Voigt, erroneous assessment POOR FUND Elsie Fatland, nurse CO. farm A. T. Brlngle. overseer ot. the poor Arlenc Bringle. steno., part salary N. W. Bell Tele. Co.. tele pub., Child, Soc. Wei. offices Kenneth Heneman, labor Co. farm Earl Hyer, labor co. farm P. V. Linke, labor co. larm L. G. Sevalson, labor co. farm Iowa Old Age & Surv. Ins. System, pension tax withheld, matched by county Iowa Trust & Savings Bank income tax withneld 107.10 Wm. G. Hanson, labor, co. farm 150.00 Balmer Rest Home, care Abble Ault B&M Food Market, groc. Mary Sorchson Dr. C. E. Birney, med. R. E. Hubbard, Mrs. ^urle Brisbin,, Mrs. Peter Smith A. T. Bringle, mileage, mi§c. expense Bringle's Groc, groc. O. H. Rice Broadlawns Polk County Hosp., hosp. Thomas Fretty Doolittle Oil Co., fuel Lewis Keller Hubert Dougherty, postage Soc. Welfare Off. Earl's Pay-N-Takit, groc. Lewis Keller Iowa Children's Home Society, care and keep Darrell and Nancy Waterman Holy Family Hosp,, hosp. Clara Martinson, Colleen Fayc Cook, Mrs. Murle Brisbin, Wm. A. Jones Johnson Nursing Home, care Henry Scharfenberg, Nora Waterman, Susan Johnson Dr. Hugo Llndholm, mod. Emmet Carrilhers Mouritscn & Knudsen, groc. R. R. Knox, Rose Reed People's Natural Gas Co., Fuel R. R. Knox Polk County Medical Soc. med. Thomas Fretty State Dept. of Soc. Welfare, aid to the blind fund State Dept. of Soc. Welfare, emergency relief fund State Dept. of Soc. Welfare, aid to dependent children Sioux Falls Book & Stationery Co., supp. public wel. office Dr. W. C. Thatcher, med. Mrs. Fern Hutchinson Jobs Wonted CUSTOM BALING with New Holland Wire tie baler. Cecil Weeks. Ph. 93W52. ai7-3x-S WANTED — Tree trimming and surgery. Experienced and trained. Ph. 46J7 after 5:45 or on Saturdays. Harlen Harris. 216-3X-9 WANTED — Baling, baler. Ph. 46We Lewis Valen. New Holland or 1483LW. 214:6x-3 189.10 2.518.01 ^4.60 47.70 40.50 62.50 14.05 75.00 150.00 100.00 49.56 6.30 48.60 76.16 24.00 72,60 27.00 50.00 24.50 96.90 30.58 334.45 7.50 3.00 40.80 93.10 136 J23 114.00 19.00 33.15 7.75 26,00 60.73 82J23 608.88 5.28 CUSTOM BALING New Holland wire bales. WIU pull trailers. 4 ml. W. and 3Vi V- of Qlslhomllo. Don Egelaiid. Ftt. Supe^pr.e^ collect, ; 20«-Mx-^ Help Wanted DESIRE WOMAN e.xpcricnccd in handling the public . . . for Inrge local company. Typing nnd bookkeeping experience necossar>-. |4S per week. 40-hour week. Employee benefits Including vacations. Insurance and profit sharing. Write Box 578S. care of Dally News, 2lS-tl-a WANTED—Part time bookkeeper. Hourly rnto of pay. Hours can be arranged to suit emplo.vec. Long established business. Write gix-lng experience and qusltfica- Uons. Post Office Box 43. Eslhor- , vllle. 2l8-»-3 200.00 7t^0^S' CROSSWORD PVZILE Answtr to Previous PuzzU y 4'-I*re8criptions .^•ra^lUlied at k , - (pott.) llfj^rinerly ' lS8hettere4i)lde *rmm,f.. n Theresa's VERTICAL; . 1 Chafe ,20n the ocean 3 women like » ^T-, shops 4Wlp«a SHosiery repair ' sh9P$ mend . Vn^t^ e .J.oliis 70bt»in 9 D «ff nsivc r ditches •Within (prefix) TondCruni Nvinthg Home, Care,- Luke Range, Benjamin Graver 77.65 Typewriter Exchange, supp. Pub., Soc, Child Wel. offices 161.75, Vandy's Market, groc. I Mrs. James Hennon 16.98 Dr. J. H. Walston, med. Sadie Webster 245.00 Wogen's Appliance, Skel- gas, Ray Dahl 9.18 O. J. Anderson, supp. CO, farm 1.53 B&B Impleinent Co., repairs tractor co. farm 96.48 Basscit Furniture, furniture CO. farm 30.60 E. T. Bauman. supplies CO. farm 1.82 Butterfleld Produce, feed CO. farm 44.20 Ehler's Value Store, supplies CO. farm 27.56 Esthervlllc Drug Co., med. supplied CO. farm 13.67 Esthorville Hardware supp. CO. farm 2.95 Farmer's Supply Co., repairs co. farm 39.06 Golden Sun Milling Co. supplies CO. farm 6.92 Paul H. Graves Grain Co. oats CO. farm 440.62 Howard Heldke Elec. Co. supplies and labor co. farm 10.86 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., lights co. farm . 42.64 K&K Hardware, supplies CO. farm 50.92 Lewis Krler, oats co. farm 74.69 Northern Lumber Co., supplies CO. farm 3.47 J. C. Penney, supplies co. farm 6.08 Belva Ross, seed corn, co; farm 25.30 Sanborn's Furniture, linoleum CO. farm 42.18 Sawyer Groc, gro. co. farm 47.96 Soper's Deep Rock Station, fuel, CO. farm 139.99 Wallingford Locker Plant lard and locker rent CO. farm 35.80 Vandy's Market, gro. co. farm 61.28 Wallingford Coop EIcv. Co., feed co. farm 99.42 Dr. E. K. Vaubel, med. Wm. A. Jones, Abble Ault 6.00 . On motion of EUerston. sec ond of Finn, the monthly re port of B. T. Roach, County Home Steward was approved. All voted "Aye." On motion ot Finn, second of EUerston, the Board agreed to allow to the permanent County Maintenance and Construction employees one week paid vaca tion after one year's employment, thirty days sick leave, and also live paid holidays including Christmas, Decoration . Day, Fourth ot July, Labor Day and Thanksgiving. All voted ''Aye." Proper application and bond beln gifled and necessary fees paid, a county beer permit was granted to the EstherviUe Golf and Country Club by unanimous vole. Proper application and bond being filed and necessary fees paid, a county cigarette permit was granted to the Esthervllle Golf and Country Club by unanl mous vote. The letting of the contract for the Gruver Maintenance Build ing was tabled until next meet ?>n motion, the Board ad cd to meet June 3rd and 1952. C. E. CONRAD. CORWIN B. KEITH Chairman County Auditor WSANTEaa—Lady to care for «lck • person and do light househoep- Ihg. Pull or part ttmo. W, A, Schultt. Ph. 560. 218-Sx-a For Rent U.-nt t FLOOKS SMAHBY • M;i^. liToK liko new. nt UHv ciwt II sanili-r fiom MONTi;o.V(KRY WAKli Kiilh.rvilU-, Inw.i tlHiu I .>ubii«b»l Kw» CvMifts tjrtpl Uvadtt »n4 mnrt|«l H.UMtT* For Sale 10- For Sde FOR HKNT S:uul.i iin.l .• your Co.iNl In Coint stor. •-•17 i-S FOU liKNT N(.-i l\vo-i, ii|i:iil iiipnl CUm- u\ I'll FOR UK.NT It....Ill hou.'u- (iciitli.iii.-iti Mrs. Noiinnii .M.ilnc ill IIUHII-IU J. IT for ml. I 'll tm ;iB-3 5 HELP WANTED—Lady to come In and do washing and ironing. See Mrs. ElmerWiloy. Ph. 194. 217-U-2 HELP WANTED—Women lor general house-work. Apply In person. Balmer Root Room, 1S04 2nd Ave. North. 217-8-2 WAN'THaa—Capable man for position'*s janitor nt Gruver school commencing July 1st. Interested parties meet with Gruver school board Monday evening. 8 p. ni., June 23rd. 216-4-2 DESIRE WOMAN experienced In handling the public ... for large local company. Typing and bookkeeping experience necc»8ai->'. $45 per week. 40-hour week. Employee benefits Including voco- tlons, insurance and profit sharing. Write Box 67SS. core of Dally News. 216-3-2 HELP WANTED—Corn delasslera. Sign up at the local employment office. 14 years and up. Boys and girls. DeKaJb. 216-3x-2 lourn 4th WANTED—Man for farm work. I. J. Neppl. Rt. 1, Esthorville. Ph. 2816 DoUiver. 213-6-2 Reol Estate FOR SALE—2-bcdroom house, living room, kitchen, utility room attached garage. Come In and let us show this to you. ESTHERVILLE REALTY Ph. 1340 or 1638J 218-1-8 FOU KENT A)..iiinunl iii Itohdi- bulUliOK I'll 771 216-15x5 FOR RENT M<Ml..|t\. fun floov 3 room npiirtmcnt hn\)\ timl porch. Cliuatc. rostorrioo Ho\ A. 2lv:tf^ FOR RENT -3ioom moilern npnrt- ment nliov.> Oift (Innli'H. 119'i N. 6th St. Vh. aofl or 52, roMf -S Wanf To Buy I, 1*14 ftt IB* «a*l«t(W» ftl KMMT- tm*. lows. unNr lb* Mt at Mart* a. tSTf I or t 4kT* fWr Mjr* n»» tun WKT HASKMKNTS b* rUmlmtliH) with Armnf [ ri>«l. whU«> und enlon« S»i Mwy ' In njn>\v v«>« ctkn «>« U >oun«'l( jcivcE t.i'Mnrat co i :i«~4-to ran HAI.J : (}»« .oo»« «toY«. m •titlr' H«rTv %Vo«i«lir»r«l. »l R, of ... Sc (M vaM T« ft tmrt M m It« t— M** «»* wrs BMI ) kMitMBM «»t H pn war* MlalBUiia ik4 lUtM »r« ft enamnllT* IAMMIOM ot MM M. ClaMinM ••«« HIV CAWI WITH iORDKH IKwkli«*|Xiif elwfi* »( l»* n>r crtdlt iOe HrTtM einrt* t' •Itn or* ukm kr OMtr tie I* ahkraM It tA mrrtn M<ir«M or pboM BwMMr Mt •<>( k^Tinmrt CliuMnM mi oMTt (Mr adttrtiMtSMiu M UM flm M tb*y sp|>*ar aixl rrpof. utr »rw OtK* U DC alklWUMM MA M « ktiw UM nm Personal FOR HALK T »ni : whrri »r»llrr». 4 wheel wsKon snil 5 »hi-«-l furm marliltirrv Ifalli-r 14«8 Pule Rlehnrd. ' Ph 6TJ6 JKW-IO FOn SAt.K Thr.-' i>oun4 tiprtng fric« rri>n.l< AWU Ph *>W7 at«-3x-io 8RVEKAI. (UK>r> >i»«-d rrftie»r«l- or». I 'Tli^ rUsM. W'lmm'n, r«at •Idr of ii<|Uorv. ^iStift FOR .SAI.K Oul-«looT f htWP »n « M .rlfU-.- I Kin W4U, Ph 301 St^^xtO SimMIKLL Air Con.htlonrr World's Tlnr-»t room »lr rtin <U tloner. Ruclunlve i ^vspornlor design that Inrorpuratr* »• tub** Nflonvflttrr -W» p<>r rent screening IIEIDKK KLKCTRU- tMO l.A\VN .MOWKR-I mm 8AI.K In i ;Ooil rvtnttltton .Nnton FIHIKT. IIT-.I-IO FOR HALK >Uy kMMirr Gawi M n*« )><•(«. A fViirrmn. t mile 3 nortn, and S mile wtwit of a<TMrrHJNts ~FoR" YOCiTnlSirr FREiaK FrTIrr hAgn and l«)te«. aprn bu.-»ift fmirn ((XHl fonl*lB#r*, plmll,- <tnrpath All tb*«<i> ftir%lt In t |u*rt ]i unit ntnliiL ESTHKRVIU.P ItARDWAnR SllW-tO 20 OUT OK TOWN i>;\il\ w iHiii.i to siiiiill n-liVil or PIIVU-.' business In UKUII'I vUi.' (•iipitiil nv:illi\l.l.- Wrilc lull ili'tiiili lo Box .^7. <iii.' Ksth.iA illr Uiill.\- Ncw.i. l'I0-."i\.20 Form CREAMrOl'LTRy FXJi'.S Beat mnrkfl prtri- phw OOIIVIPOUH, helpful srrvlriv ronvonlont rurli service. Pliom* 91. P G. CRAY IIS ,1-7 IS37 Ol.IVKIl 7(1 C. Hp.-.-<U Alwny.^ n Rqunn- ilrnl (it VIKINO MOTOR.S Mnn«ey HiirrJB Olivi-r Esthorvllli-, Io«'i\ 21-l'-7 FOR SALE 21 iicns of clover nnd timothy hiiv, HiiiiHon RiothiTn. Dolllvrr. 210-0X-7 FOR SALE—S-famlly apartment house. Two upstairs and one down. Pine corner lot. Good Income. Ph. 1082J. 218-2-8 FOR SALE — 3-bodroom house, bungalow type. L. R., D. R, klt^ Chen and bath. Gas heat. North 7th. KIDOUT REAL ESTATE Ph. 1660 or 1761J ACREAGES FOR SALE CAROL BROCKMAN, Reajtor Ceylon, Minn, 218-3-8 CHOICE FARMS -Your BIM . Modem or good buildings. All tillable. Buy NOW, got 1-3 of crop. 120 acres, all field at $126 with halt of crop. Bee Johnson Realtor, Hector, Minnesota. 212-10x-8 AUCTION 160 Acre Farm 4'/i; miles southeast of Sherburn Monday, July 7. For description writ^ Walter Carlson Realtor and Auctioneer SWATHEILS FOR SALK 8 foot loft nnd right hand. OpooB field ns i '»my ns with ii mower. Delivers swXlli to ci-ntcr. Muni have tractor with wide front ond. PAULSON MArUlNK SHOP Ph. M31 Round Luke. -Minn. 216 12X-7 FOR SALE- A few Rood polled Hereford bulls. Frank Smith, Osgood, Iowa. 20»-12x-7 ON HAND Chicks, 1 to 4 weeks old. Pullets straight run and males In 7 weeks. , HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa 213-lt-7 Ii Mr. Farmer! PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE IN REMOVAL OF YOUR DEAD. CRIPPLED OR DISLASLD STOCK fill OUR A&nn 1 WISH lo iHke tliln niemm of thitnklnK the Chnmlver t-.f Com. nierco, nil pntrlotlc oiRnnlMttloni. nnd nil who look pmi In the v«r- lou.« pi-o»:rnni!< Aluo the lndli>» who de.or.-\ti>d nnd helped on the l>i<n<iue| :iiul <',oKI Sinr luncheon. Since It lotik t>\erv one of im to tiiiike th<- Service Stt.r I,.-ttloi\ convention the i:uiiMt nit.'Ceitn It wn.i Mt— T K Andeinon. Pre*, dent Kslhei villi- I'hnpter of .Seiv Ice .mm I,i(!lon 2l« 1-t •t YEARS AGO .hine 20. 1M7, Tiojiin Mel PntlOn toilny lun 10(1 ynidii In Ot» 4 iiec- <indi«. world recoitl time lie Hod miiik ^ tlnicK In 1IM7 SANnERR K'K rllKAM CO JIH-M MOT HAM .MANnWIfH. mn»he.l potntocr ftoc ni'TCH MAIO I.PNCH 21K M FOR HALF. U r<H<i iHtnl and trailer Will n^ll iieiuirAte C»U ni«\V t'i»n he neen afl»r 7 p ni «>venlni{« «0: N fith Hx FOR SAI.K r.oo.l woul tUK. ISxloK Win LandnL^iei .'02 H i>th I'h 49T.I 217 .Ix 10 Loans and Ins. 1.1 RRR t'S when you need mont-y, Tou may apply for loan of tM to $.100 on your algnnturo, aalnry or •uto. Oon\*enlent monthly repayment plan, suited to >'flur Income. IOWA OlfARANTE*:. Inr 317 .1 IS «HRl,« NVliON PANTIK *. r*t ruth, now 4 for ll.OO Kiitxnji VAi.rR iiT«">nis ItJU-lO IXn WKDlVlKn'TIME ltriile« nnd hr1d»groom«. tiMt «til fh- !?t ««"-ful for Hitmltt'^n rt'-n. Ii elr.-jrl.- foo,J ml«*r« and mU>Ue< OI.SON KI.Kt-TRIC SKRVIcr ( tl*-3tO \VA.VTKt> iSoo.l Klrln hi. yele Call HW PROTECT your davenport fron> moths for 50c » venr. One spriiy- InK of BRRLOtI Ruaranterd mothspray does II. or HEIIIXJII pnyH for the ilnmitKc. .SANBORN inniNtTURE 217-.1.« IS YOltR upholstery a »nd story? Cleiin It with Fltin Foam Re- dlore forgotten colors. Martin Furniture. 2H-6-4 Sale Calendar >4ATUIll )AY, JUNK 28, 1:80 p. m. Toms O. Fossell household goo<l« nt 826 N. 7lh Rt. Ben Reeves, auctioneer. Kmmet County State Bank, clerk. Sale ad'. June M. Automotive FOR SALfc: l».17 Chevrnlet tudor $A500. I^urence Ketmnn. 411 North 4lh Ht 3l»3x.|l FOR HALF CuKlininn motor Kc.oot cr Kxrellent condition. T G OUon, 3S mllen Kaulli Mapio Hill If a husband's word* arv iihnrp maybe it's from lr>lng to net Ihi-m in edgewise. Buy three, one free. Including trade In First Unn Tires WHITISH HTANDARn SERVICE 418 CenUal Ave. 217-3 a tt -lneh Red T»K HpwlAl KMp* C «d WhUa jilrk*-! frncK- toctioa. Wr.«TKKN AUTO AiMOC. UTORE FIRFJ«Tt»NK now h«j> th<w« htrd to get UuU CompaMir* UhlHUn- nied t «2v Nan UlumtMlMl FIUE-STONE jrroHBui RAWI.KIOII Baumonn. r'HootfCTs. r. WE MAVK .p«!Ul whil* liRM for iha dairy barn KINNAHO 'll DAIRY FOOT tvOCKKHa rviruUU«o *V Inch site, color* iirty, kravB uta o A, W.M plus las. aunpLua RTORC SALK CALENDAR Monday. July 7- 180 A. farm, write for dcHcrlptlon to Walter rnrlson. Triumph, Minnesota. Lost and Found" Triumph, Minnesota 218-1-8 Services ARMSTRONG UOLLIVLU LSrHFRVILLE GRAflTINGfR SUPERIOR TfHRIL WALLINGrORD Phon« 700 FOUND -BIK black labrador Anyone can have him for price of ad and feed bill. John Itooves, 218-3-1* LOHT OR 8TRAYKD - IlUick and white pet cat If found call «t«. Grand Theater 217-2x-16 ^•OR 8AFKTY. Have us Inspwst brake system thoroughly ... adjust or rellns tha brakes, If necosMiry. TIIOMAB MOTORS 217-3 11 FOU HALB-1M7 Chevrolet Club Coupe, all equipped. Good condl- tion. Priced (or quick sole t;yle Ja «obMn. Phono DunnrtI 3MI. 3tlM-U For fojitrr lubrication ssrvico w« now havit 3 ORICAMB RACKS in operation. Get your CM rok^ dy for that vacation trip, HKNAMAN MOTOR CO. 20e-14-U FOR HALR 3 nice m«>« Qtmian )'x>\\ff pupplso. W«Mtttff •«•< Don ChrUtoffar, i l^ll«a wost Md 4 north of HupeHor. MT-ta-tA THKRMO« Jtril wUli p«urlnx apoul. I3 .M. Complsit UM of fr«e«er pockote* iMi b*!*. COA8T TO COAtT HTORE Uf-3-10 Entertainment ITS "MUTINY' In leclinlrolor Friday ond rtutur- day ut tlv«< Gratid theater. 217-2-1 NOW'S A GOOD TIME to re-roof your house, barn and other buildings. We have 12" heavy thick butt asphalt slnc:- les, $6.75 per square. COMMANDER ELEVATORS HunUngfton, Iowa. Ph. 44WB. EsthcrVlllo. W. B. Socman, manoRer. 218-2-0 ja 'Ewhpreyjr! aKYpu micht '*rj^^d one in a ';i«hop •li irty 2.'>For fear thai 26 CanadJan physician. Sir WiUirm 27 Hobby 28 Squa) . 20 Essential ....... being •y of land 31 Abilily ' 19BMry 23 Glacial rtdge 33 Adjust 38 Hebrew > ascetic 406ddy 41 rmpertincnt (coll.) 42 Boast 43 Son of Jacob 44 Hebi-ew measure* 46 Teacher (coll.) 47 Icelandic saga 48 Harvest 50 Spr^nd to dry nivawm/ot S HMlih 'irtiorl Ou* of DfMth 49Sprlnkli MSwndtri QlChemical Report Lattiitiore Can't, Leave United States Woshlngton, Juno 20 WP)--Tho Baltimore 8un reportod today that the state departrqo'nt has ordered customs officials not to lot Owen Lattlmoro out of the country on an American passport. Asked about it, tho department declined to grivo a yes-or-no answer but said LatUmoro had not applied for a passport. Lattimora himself told an Associated Press reporter he did not know "what the wltoW story la. aU about" Ho is a professor at >^Shnk HopUns in BalUmoro aiid was the central figure In a montbs-lonR senate invoatigation of the Institute of Pacific RolaUoQs (IPR) of which ho wsa a trustee. Lftttimoro denied repeatedly that ho yfu A commuDlat or had any communlat oonniioUooa. The Sm M 44 lt«. Information ab«Ht thf J#ttlm«o pMaport ipat- UiT Mr«« «DiippMed in a« interview with M^riy U, Dm^K. OMftoma colle<>tor pi thj Rort oMfaw York. that 11 tMUmon-w<m to ftlMHAp^ too, WAC w trip of tho countnr ~ way'trtp," ''^ FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. P & G Cleaners. 2fi6-tf-g Knf U«h la the m Qeogr»pMo woiatyi'-' BOTTLE GAS BALES-SERVICE Installations Regulatlona HILL'S CORNER. Ph. 40J61 151-U-9 PETERSON'S Rftdmor Sarvice, Just east ot Vandy's, 1T14 Caatral. B^cirtanc«4 Ip •<) typ«a ndlntor PR ^ I I N C SI KVIC ( TIME CARDS Pay Envelopes Wim Record 3hqqt« We can suppjy you with everything you ne?d for your individual buidi^ss.: ESTHERVi^fi pAILY NEWS Es+herville . Rendering Service FAUl Tuiur DRlVfO 2181 7 FARM FOR SALE Well impi-oved 300 acres, ImprQvementH Include electricity and bath fa- qlUtles, Soil is In high state of fertility. L. E. Stockdaie Phone 60 or 47 Toni+p-Sa+urday John Lund Jeff Chandler "Battle at Apache Pass" —PLUS— .Miiilha H<oll J. ftra.v Lynn ill "Strange Bargain" SUNDAY-MONDAY "SHOWBOAT" 205-tf-7 TUESDAY "Stranger on a Train" 21»-1-1 We Need You at the BALL PARK! Game Time—8:15 FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 20 X^Afroll vs. Red Sox igUe Licader) DAY NIGHT. JUNE 22 i\cer Cardinals vs. Red Sox RoUca Band Sunday Concert. 7:30 to 8 .QU LET US talM care of your «utom«>- tlvs needs. Bumper to bumper aervlce^aU maksa- Bee ua. Jloblnaon Motors "Ponttae" •Ih and Central Ave. a7.U41 The Wise Old Owl Says . . . "Your cur will purr like n kiltrn nfler a tune-up at Hhellren's New AlUn »i<i< nllflr r<|ul|iniint Jii«t InsUillnd Uptn T'CKJ n rii to 9 H) |> ni SHELTREN'S Master Service Junction illKbwayii IT and H, W 2W 1 II ai'KClAL U" RoUry OMW- rrs Rrcular Id 4A, otthr MMA. 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