Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 26, 1952 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 8

Estherville, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 26, 1952
Page 8
Start Free Trial

^if4 vs. 'i{-f/^^<gvm A 7-5,, 1 H's So Ea$y to Place Your Classified ad-Just Call 333 Htg.-I»lb.-Elec. 12 DJ%Sti CLARK. STARRING in his first western rolo. has his Runs all set for exciting action in this tense bar-room scene in the thrilling Clnccolor frontier drama, "Fort Defiance," which opens Friday at the Grand theater through United Artists release. Co-hit will be that.laff studded Lippert release. "Leave It to the Marines." DON'T LET that man with the hammer and saw tear your walls apart to install ttiat new furnace in your old house. It's dirty, costly and unnccessarj*. Contact Central Heating and Plumbing (formerly Schlldknechl's') for Information on the latest and best methods of old house heating Uv stallatlons. Call us before paying 1053 prices for a 1939 heating system. 230-0-12 Farm 1948 MASSEY HARRIS 30 with Cultlvatoi' Alwaj's a square deal at VlltrNO MOTORS Massoy Harrts-OUyer EsthcrvlUe, Iowa 223-2-7 Sole Calendar ..SATURDAY. JONK !«. l:8» p. Torca O. Fowell household good* at «26 N. 7th St Ben Reeves, iiuc- tlonecr. ESmmet County State Bank, clerk. Sale ad: June 28. SAL.E CALENDAR Monday, July T—160 A. farm, write for description to Walter Carlson, Triumph. MInneaoU. Loans ond Ins. IB Porsonol HOT ROAST IK)RK SANDWICH, mashed potatorx. 50c DUTCH .MAID LUNCH 223 -1 -4 u >4 PrtlMiHH m Thurs. Junr :i6 1833 5 For Sole KOn .SAl.K ,S|.rn« Jri. llKUl i:.s,rK.- M.>»i\ For Sole RAWLKICM naiim.inn Ph MiSJ 3i ><.t 111 l-'ti.tjiv in.! .-I\t «•(> \ s r TWO PINTS of Berloii uprnyed on your 9x12 CUR protects It from Rioth dnmnfte foi 8 yenrs or Berlou pays the dnmnse AveraRr cost only .We per year Sanborn Purnlture. 223-3-4 »IU«, !»»», a. tit* PERSONAL LOANS. Arc you making too many pajTncnta? We can show >*ou how a tbhn will cut payments, give >*ou ^- tra cash. Ask al>out It. IOWA GUARANTEE. Inc. 3SS-3-1& -;—Local Murktiis- Corn, Flax Take Drop; Soybeans Up Flax was off two cents a bushel and corn .a penny on today's local grain market. Soybeans registered a penny gain. Produce prices were unchanged. GRAIN Old corn $1.67 No^l^ corn $1.83 Soybeans $2.98 Oata'<38 lbs.) 73c Fl^ $3.78 : Oravea Orain Company OruVer, HuatlngtoB. Maple Hill ' • FROnUCE Sweet cream 74 c No. 1 ..; 72c No.. 2;,'. 70c Henneries 35c No; 1 28c No. 2 23c Sprlng8,-2% lbs. and up 22c Straight run 28s Hens, under 4V4 lbs 14c Hens, ,4% lbs. and over 16c • Heavy cockn lOo Leghorn, leghorn cross cocks -..Sc! Sioux City Livestock Sioux.Cfty, Juno 26, (JP)— Siou.^i City ;livestock market quotations: cattle salable 3,600; calves 50 most slaughter stcoro under 1100 lbs. and few loads heavier weights averages choice and better suitable for shipping mainly steady; stccr& over 1100 lbs. below aver- ago choice rather slow; some without bids, •ychrllnga around 1025 and down moderately active; heifers chiefly little changed; cows steady; fresh stockcr and feeder supply small, quality plain, slov/ barely. > steady; pholce fed steers; few sales 32.25-33.60 latter price for around 1325 11\ beeves; choice to prlnio 1106 lb weights 34.00; commercial and good 27,50-29.50; limited sale; choice heifers 30.00-31.50; com me^clal ^a.nd' good 25.00-28.50; num orous"salb8"iitlllty and commercial cows l8.60-22i00; most canners and cutter* 14.00-18.00; some light canners below 13.00; odd lots medium and good qtodk steers 26.60-29.00; soii^e cbmnioh lots around 22.00 nnd below." • •> • • Hogs salable •8,606; opentd slow, nov modoraioly active; butchers . fuljy 26 higher; sows steady to 23 higher, chblce 1 to 3 barrows and around 190-240 Aba. 20.SU- 2O.7JS; lattey^rftthor freely for mostly I's and,v2'5 aroiind 200-226 Ih.s on 'ship^q^;^account; packer top 20.60 freely;y.choloo 1 to 3 butchers around 240-270 lbs. 19.75-20.50; 270 300 Ibrf.' 1»;00-20,00; heavier weights * scared; good and choice 100-160 lbs.' 18.00-i8.76. on feeder, and scr- FOR SALE—8-ft. wlndrower. J. P. Chrlstenson. Ph. 327J. 223-3-7 HAY ROPE 'A pure manilla, $13.50 per 100. 3-rope hay slings. $3.95. ESTHERVILLE HARDWARE 223-2-7 FOR SALE—Feeder pigs, hatchery raised. Johnson * Enge Pig Hatchery, St. James, Minn. 222-2-7 FEDERAL LAND BANK 4% LOANS National Farm Loan Association for Emmet County and Palo Alto Courtly Member Federal Land Bank System H. E. BARRINGER, Sec'y-Treaa. 1104 Broadway Emmetaburjr 223-1-18 m YEARS AGO Juno 28, VS19 Abnrr t>oul>le«lny. baseball pioneer. l>orn Planned first plajinR field and rules. SANDERS ICE CUKAM CO 223-I 4 t or * «a]w TkTM **t* . rvn 4v« • OM t« A' SAFH BET, tri.-d It yef Finn Foam for cleaning IURS and upholstery. Martin Furniture 220-5 -4 Lost ond Found 16 STRAYED to my fiirm one sleei Owner may have for IdentifyInK paying for keep and ad Albert Duhn, Oniettlncer Jit 3 16 ll« ft .. \*t »»f •<*• tiiMiiiitiT* mMnwu »l MM CMMIIM «<U IK OASU WITH ORDtIt lt<>ekkM »«t Chan* .it \** t»t ctMlL aO« urrte* NMrtt If Mm »n t»li»« by D%\» N»« »^ iit M cbuaol II Ml nmw *««i <M for va <'«luiH» I'd IwJsl nny !.•.'-J 10 MITCHKt.I. Air r .)!U'nfr Worlds finr^l r«Hiin i>ir lionet. K\i-luit!v«» e%ft(*.»r iti^r • flsn that incofixu .ill • ;M liih.« MIcnvflllT W« t »-r .rnl ».t<.n- IniJ lir .lDKK i:i.K>TP.l<' DtR III. i:.mh1 f.»t ; S A1.1--' JSA i in thoir adMrtlMnMiu M tk* IMM Uwjr tLtpttt tad WW. umt trt» me* u K »*»»»•«•• Md an*r tk* nn Jobs Wonted KOlt SAl.K Ii u! Cora Petii«.~*n f r V. , .|T,|,. : I,• >t, I .•>!1 »-7XV Mi rt t'l.ti' •yfi-'rioN FARMERS! Hudson and Ney hay carriers and hay track and rope. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 221-3-7 FOR SALE—Baled hay, alfalfa or clover. Baling now. Wire tied bales. Jens Egeland, Ph. 16W6. 221 -6X -7 FOR SALE—100 laying hens, hca\-y breed, doing 60 per cent or better, $1.26 each. Dewey Hocking, Ph. 88JX61. 221-3-7 Help Wanted LOST— Bag of miseellaneous tools Norm Waters, Ph 10T8W 222-3X-18 WANTED Tree trlmmlnc and surueiy Trained nnd eTipeilene- ed. Ph. 48J7. IVarlan Harris 3ai -.1x-3 WANTED -Man with car to give 46 samples a day for $86.60 a week. Write P. O. Box 67MF, E:8thcr- vlllc. 222-12-2 WANTED—Sewing machines, any make, to repair or convert Into electric. SaUsfoctlon guaranteed. Bring sewing machine to Sanborn Furniture Store, EsthervlUc. Ph. 2. ^ 222-2-3 FARMERS!! YOU SECURE MAXIMUM PROFITS on your eggs, cream and poultry when you stop here. Free route and delivery service. Phono 91. P. O. GRAY 221-3-7 BIAN-SIZED. Ernlo Bargcr, Clearwater, Pla., contractor, stands proudly by a 156-pounU, 6-foot, 6-inch tarpon he caught in the Gulf of Mexico, off Clearwater Beach. It Is the largest landed during the first two weeks of a three-month round-up. SWATHBRS FOR SALE 8 foot left and right hand. Opens field as easy as with a mower. Delivers swath to center. Must have tractor with wide front end. PAULSON MACHINE S^OP Ph. 6331 Round Lake, Minn. 216-12X-7 ON HAND Chicks, 1 to 4 wcks old. Pullets straight run and males in 7 weeks. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft^ Iowa 213-tf-7 WANTED—Waitress. Top wages. Uniforms and meals furnished. Apply Hotel Gardston. 221-tf-2 uni account; choice sows arounJ 330 lbs. and less 18.00-18.75; few at 19.00; 330-380 lbs. 17.50-18.25; 360-400 lbs. 16.75-17.75; mostly 17.00-17.75; 400-500 lbs. 16.50-17.26. Chicago Livestock Chicago, (JPt — Abnormal heat produced subnormal hog recelpt>) today with prices responding 36 to 50 cents a hundred pounds higher. Cattle and sheep supplies also were tailored downward to fit the weather pattern and reacted similarly pricewlse. Woman Gored by Bull Corydon, Mrs. Charles McMurry, 72, was severely Injured Wednesday when gored by a bull at her farm home at the edge of town. She was found In the lot with the bull after a Rock Island railroad train crew reported seeing her lying there. She was taken to a Chariton hospital. T^BAY^S CROSSWORD I vAn«w<r to Previpui Puhl» SPECIAL PRICES! BALER TWINE OPERATORS Field tested for uniform and trouble-free operation! Treated with insect and rodent repellents . . .... QUANTITY DISCOUNTS to large users. . . . Use our cumulative seasonal discount plan . . Our warehouse stocks are complete . . . Inquire at your nearest elevator so you. too m?iy be entitled to our seasonal discounts on QUALITY TWINE products. COMMANDER ELEVATORS Huntington, la. 228-1-' SALESMAN WANTED Represent established lumber and building material Jobber In Esthcrvlllo and surrounding counties. Attractive proposition for right man. Must have prevlou* sales experience. Not necessarily In building supply line. - Write ui giving full qualifications. All Inquiries confidential. JOYCE WHOLESALE COMPANY, 2080-2 Avenue, Council Bluffs, lowk. 22t-3^2 Wont To Buy 20 WANT TO BUY Good used Outside toilet at once Ph M6. 222-lf-20 For Rent FOR RENT— Sander and i>dBer at your Coast to Coast store. •-•23-2-6 CITSTOM BALING New Holland wire bales Wiy pull trailers. 4 ml. W. and 3>4 hf. of EathervlUe. Don Kgeland. Ph. Superior «FS collect, ?Oe -30x-3 AUK MtniNC . u! . ' n\\ rnif liiUi'*, li«»l,l ' Nl. e l.nv fill ii, \\ U >ii pie Ph ir-n,r .IfNK SM.K Ijiwn ihiiir- t'K %^'>" Kl.-.ttle f;<ii«. (1 Ini h Cold Pill e;iniii M V\m difl.(li>r« UAMlU.l^'S •l-ll-,,.' • 1 t. 11 Notices WANT TO BOKUOW $7,500 on 120 acre Dickinson county farm Will pay 6 per cent Interest Write Box 57HU. cure EstheivUle Daily News. 222-2X-8 FOR RENT— Downtown two-room apartment with private bath. Ph. 310W. 22.V2X.6 SAVE ON Floor Finishing. Do the work yourself with a sandcr rented from Wards. MONTGOMERY WARD Bathorvlllo, Iowa 222-2-5 Entertainment FOR RENT— Large unfurnished downtown apartment, Wogcn's. Phono 88. 220 -tf -8 DANE CLARK GOES WEST Stars as 2-gun hero of 'Fort Defiance," Friday and Salunlay at the Grand. 223-2-1 DANCE Satuixiny Night Bohemian Accordion Band Skyline Club FOR RENT—6-room house, 4 miles north Eslhorvllle. Also 2-room houBO In EsthervlUc. Simon y^oy, BSathcrvlllc. 220 -4x -6 | r For Sole 10 FUEK Wire bneket and horn with 26" Western Bicycle $42 98 WESTERN AUTO ASSOC .STORK 2a2-lf-10 CAtU .OA4> COUONAIHI HEKFIUIKUATOU HAl.K 7-ft Jul.llee H» W 11 « I ft , U>ni. HiK n;.l. S .M 's IjirBe flUwnnif foi siu.t uld 1. frlKeinliir fiAMni.»:.s .0. l>. ISl'l • I.'.V IN' . .1.1,11.. . ,1 ,. .",».! -1 ill I,If*- a U.> V lltNITl II.. S A I .1 • U I Mi» U-ivt'uind Foil SAI.K 22 fool trailer house pli hnr<\ Holland Ulitiordson 02011 111 Automotive FOH HALi: Ps.d d foot PhlUo i,- frluernlor. 2 years old, I'lill after « 00 p in Ph OiaW Pnul Guslnf 221 .i 10 HUILDINO MATERIALS See u:i for well-«o«jtoned lumber and hardware supplies for your homn modernisation, or repair. W" carry everything that goes Into a home. COMMANDER ELEVATORS Huntington, In., Ph. 44 \V&, EsthervlUc, W. K Hceinnnn. manager. 22^-2-10 FOR RENT — Nice one-room or two-room furnished apartment Close In. Ph. 087. 219-tf-5 FOR RENT—Nice two-room apartment Close In. Ph. 8.16. 217-tf-3 FOR RENT— Apartment in Ilohde building. Ph. 771. 216-16x-6 FOR RENT— 3-room modern apart- rncnt above Gift Garden, UOH N. 6th St. Ph. 306 or 62. 201-tf-8 Real Estote 223-2-1 FOX LAKE Friday, June 27 HENRY FREDERICK Saturday, June 28 EDDIE SKEETS 221-3-1 Services HARDWARE STOBE In sniull town in southern Minnesota- Real buy. off DUAPEUY close-outs at this week only. EllLERS VALUE HTOHE 222-2 10 FOB SALE Bcneral Electric cotn- blnation automatic dish washer nnd sinU. Write Box 67PD rare EstlierviUe Dally News. 222-3x 10 KOU SAI.K fs.d N. u llo» nl IreBdlo srwinit inneliln. i:<»od condition. Vnncr Crlni. I'll ll'\V7 •221 If li> FOH HALK 14 ft Larson sp. .^1 boat M«ho)!«nv deok. Ii -ntheirl la seats, »!iimlniiin iKitiom. 22 horse ICvenriide nioloi,>l trailer, pjilenslon lohKUr Kseil lent rondltloii Pi |.-.d to sell John Clamplll. 410 lOth Ave N 222 2 10 Fori HAI't^TV Itiivt- lU Insp'ft hrokr «v»tcm timioughly •d- just or rnlin*! tli« hrak^tK If \'. TIIUMAM MOTOn.M 2.'.1 1 II T^MI .H, ,.l, hfu.'O w*.fe tt|4\|ii^ fcf*df tiodei hoUtfic ""1*^ l>nr tif Iheni hnit n nlfoUe ai>.l the othir nV(*de liilli , oiinl It lluv llu In. liidinK KOK HALK tiltls Kir.slon.. I.l eyelo In K<'<'d londlllon IMioin' 7MW. in Cafe and milk bar Very best of terms, business. In Ceylon. Ver>' ROIM I If you want to buy a farm In Central Minnesota, see or call CAROL BROCKMAN, Benltor Ceylon, Minn. 222 -4 -8 TREES CUT— Single or timber. See Leo Mitchell or call Don Woodyard, 607W. 220-5x-8 Nortliern Natural Gas To Study Expansion Plan Omaha, Cfl*)—There will have to be some study before the Northern Natural Gaa company decides Whether to go ahead with an expansion program authorised by the federal power commission, tho president of the company said yesterday. The PPC ruled that Northern can Increase Its gas supply to utilities In Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota an(l South Dakota, from 676 to 826 cubic mUUon feet dolly. Several co.ndltiOM), however, wero attached. Included was a {^iqyi^ion that Northcrh's reservo<i>;^uit be flrn^- ly commUtci4 to the expansion program and gaa to iix addltlonat I "Tho PFC tied' tlo^ tlOitho exi Northvi «rM, rlman."lt W to find out if theae." Another pr9vi«lojn icpqvUree Northern to have the a4dlMdnal capacity avallabl^e by Nov. 27, IWi. This would b« praetlcaJly impoa- stblc, said Morrtniiui. FOR FREE PICKUP and (\ellvery. Ph. 49. P & G Cleaners. 26e-t{-B BOTTLE GAS SALES-SBRVICB Installations — Regulations mX -L'S CORNER, Ph. 4M51 in-u-s PSJTERSON'S Radiator Bervte*, Just east of Vandy'a, 1714 Central. Kxperienoed In all types radiator repair. ilM-i FOR SALE—3-bedroom home. 1. R., D. R., kitchen nnd bath. Garage. Priced to sell. RIDOUT REAL ESTATIC Ph. 1880 or 176fl 222-2 H SUNBEAM SPECIAL Iioninastei' and All-mt'la! automatic aclii)n ironinR lx)nrd. .SL'-l.iKI valiio for only OLSON ELl^CTUIC SERVICE 111 S. (UI1 SI, 22:»-l-10 mean Perfect Reception ESTHERVILLE RADIO aistaiiicd y 43 Root'flnial 4ffT«a 223-l-» Boy, a, Suffers Blistered Bonpni \oungstown, 0., <4^—Two-year- old Ronald Oalla of Youngstown has a bllitered bottom today, btit not for the usual reason. Tli *i youngster was celebrating his birthday in Wodn«»iUy'a 10«-degree heat with a 4ip in a waan- tub m his bjrt))<la>' KUU. Whw he ggt out of the tub, the pavement in the driveway was so hot It bltateretf 'tSJ aplita 6( |){» fffl. .'j aat .down, fits bottom got Utif t «re4 tW,, HOW IS YOUR SUPPLY 0( STATEMENTS E^JVELOPES INVOICE FOBMS Get ready for mQnth'^nd needs by ordering' now, ^pert work In North- w^t Iowa's largest And flMjst modem printing ESTHERVILLE DAILY timis Just Listed 3-bedit)om iiomo. Living room, itltchen, two batliroonis, full basement. Large lot. $6,500 Estherville Realty Phone 1340 223- l-M June Rytex Sale I>nil)U' till' nsiial Qunndtv Rylex Fllglit Your choice L'lM) sinKli; shttHs or 1(K) double shceU, or ](K) largo flut shectH and 100 onvdopcs. RcK. $3.50 value for only $2.25 Estherville Daily News t'SEit MKIUIIANHIHK Roltle RnK riinMe I'.tiriO, |«ii<h liny lieil ^12 03: .1 rrfiiitei ntnitt jattOS In 103 SO; Inwn nmwer 3M GAMIIIJ:H / iiasii) nil. Ki» lr;\.ti In f<TA.Nt>AHn MKUVIfl-' 4P irnlnil A«. KOU SAI.i: IIVO ll>»l/Mm HI* fiiiir- ilimr \jiw miliMi;.- » ^frllenl < on ,1111..), nt n«l N 7lh m «r l.r A p ni Sai-.l* It roil SALIC U »»il Klrentone r. friK- rratiir. 3 vears oKI. riin» perfei ily See IhlN tinn tl'J5 per we«'k. KIIIKSTONF, STOHK.«( sas If 10 CAR TllOUni.|<2»? ror carvftr* Rlinilil 'T flrWIns iir\<| i;nii KKvIng lop imrfortnanee. hrInK your to us for a uptlnit clnN -kMp. IIKNAMAN MOTOR •'O 3W« U LET UH t»kc rare of your autom^- tiva needs llump«r t» l >ump«r ••rvtcr all make*. I^n u« llohlnMin Jitotors "Ponllae" •Ih and Ccnttal Av* 337-11 a GOOD/^EAR xiTTTMir-Timi Huny.^Save at this Special Low Price Famous MARATNON by GOODAEAR 2213-10 While 100 Cases Last! WISCONSIN For Canning 4.98 Case (16 quarts) 33c in Single Quarts Market Virtue's

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free