Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 28, 1952 · Page 8
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Estherville, Iowa
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Saturday, June 28, 1952
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All Grains Take Drop; Eggs Higher All groins were off n penny lo a nlckcV.per bushel un today's local grain markot, Oats were off ' a penny, cotn and soybeans two cents and flax ft nickel. Egifg wcrb up .11 penny per dozen on today's local product- market. OHAIN Old corn flW Now corn Jl.fil Soybeans; $2 ("fi Oats (36. lbs.) 72n man • J3 .70 . Otrnftt Orain Company Orvivcr, ttuatlafftoa. Maple Hill Sweet cream No. 1 :*o. 2 - Henneries No. 1 : No. 2 Straight run SprlnES, 2% lbs. and up Kens, under 4H lbs Hens, 4% llw. and over Heavy codtf — L«t:hoHi. leghorn cross cocks _8c 74c . 72c 70c 30'C 2is 22c He . 16c .._ 10c Tkiinderaliowers Swing North l^si Niglil, Miss Iowa D<s Moln<» (/»•> A fresh flurry of thundcmtormfi which had tirv'n priMlli;lp<l for lown laot nlKhl. Mwiinc to Ihi' north and jttrurk Mouthi-rn MInncsotii, mlBoliiK thin Th'- only rain rpjxjrtfrl in lu^n durlntj thi' nlifht WHR .12 of nn inch at Sioux City. The mi'rcury .ihowcd no nicn* of rcforminp. howi-ver, and its hot Btreftk wan made morr uncom- fortahle by fxcpc.ilvc humidity. YcBtcrdHy high's was &4 at Bur- linKton and them were no slfrns of relief for today. Thundcratorms In wfslcrn and northern Iowa, becoming more numerous tomorrow WITO forecast. Absence of additional rainfall last nlRht Rave flooding atreams In some portions of the state a chance lo settle <lown somewhat. The Upper Raccoon rivei was returning to normal at Van Meter and Des Moines. Small Des Moines creeks which forced some Des Moines familities from thci.r ' homes were back within banks. The lower Des Moines river still waa rising. It was expected to crest near flood stage of 9 feet at Ottumwa tomorrow. SfioMJg City Livestock Sioux City livestock market quotations: Sioux City, June 28 i^—Cattle sialable 300; steady, bulk western stock cattle hold for Monday; calves 100, all-westerns held for Monday.; For the week: Slaughter steers and heifer's largely $1-1.60 higher; cows strong to 60 higher; stockers and feeders strong to mostly 60 Ivlgher. Bulk choice fed steers 30.50-32.6p, few sales $33-33 .60, latter price. Included 1,330 lb. beeves, prime d76'lb. weights 32 .60, com- tjiercial and good $25-28.50; bulk utility and commercial cows 18 .60^2; few high commercial $23, majority canhcrs and cutters $14-$18, Borhe "shelly" canners below $13; medium and good stock steers $2628.80, few'abbve $30, mostly choice 800 lb. fepdcrs 30 .26. ' Hogs salable 400 ; 26-60 lower; butchers 260 lbs. down $20-20.50; heavier butchers $18-10 .76; sows W6-18.75. For the week: Lighter weight bairrows and .gilts mostly 76 to $1 higher, 1.25 higher to major interests, heavier butchers mostly 60 higher, few 75 up; sows very uneven at the close, largely steady to 25 higher,. few closing sales weak to 26 lower. Smaller receipts appeared main stimulating factor toward higher. Jrlces, especially in Ifghterwelght butchers. Choice 1 to 3 barrd*!s-0«d gilts 190-240 lbs. ranged 19 .7541.26, latter foe, moderate, supply choice I's and 2's around 200-225 lbs. on shipper account. Week's top 21.26, paid late. Most butchers 190-240 lbs. closed $21-^J25, few late sales 20.50, 240: 300 "lbs.-18 .76 -$21, scattered 300-360 lbs. loU 17.25-19.25, big weights down to 16.50. Choice sows 360 lbs. down closed 17.75-18.75, few $19, 360-400 lbs. 16 .76 -$18, 400 -600 lbs. $1617.25, extreme weights around $15. Feeder and serum pigs 100-160 lbs. ranged $18-19.25. COLORADO— Continued trom page I and in blunt opposition' to t>)e Taft-Hartley labor law as having penalized' workers. All of the leading contenders in both the Republican and Democratic races picked up delegate support during the week. There was some reshuffling among delegates already named and r'^piib- licans new ones in Illinois and Puerto Rico, democrats in Indiana, New Mexico and MissisBi- ippi. The Associated Press tabulation, based on conceded and avowee! alignments for the first ballul.s. now shows: Rqpubllca,n— Taft. 482, E(lsca- howcr 404. Nomination requires 604. . Democratic — Kefauver 261'.':, Russell 13514, Harrlman 99 Vj. It takes 616 to win. These figures compare with last Saturday's totals of 467 for Taft, 30^ for Elsenhower, 246 for Kefauver, 114% for Russell and 96'/j tor Harrlman. Brooklyn Agaimi the World Tonight lAinit Beach. Calif., — It's flrooliiyn against the World for the Mils Universe title tonight. Red-haired, btue-cycd Jackie I»uKhery. 21, won the Miss United fjtates crown early today at.the end of a four-hour charm contest that had 10 Judges and 2,000 other spec- tatorr bleary-eyed. » • « BKAUTIFUL representatives from 29 other lands bar Miss New York's path to a seven-year movie contract, a $3,000 automobile aftd other lavish .friru twitting the worWs lovefKst Kl;'ii% to be determined tonight There ooutd easily W a r^Utlon of the rirst-placc He that occurred in the U. S. preliminary between Miss New York and Miss I«ulsi- ann. Jeanne Thompson, 20, a statuesque brunette from Baton Rouge. It took an extra ballot before the judges picked the Brooklyn girl. * * « THIRD WAS another tall brunette. Miss Missouri, Carolyn Carlew, 18, of Sikeston, a sophomore at Capo Girardeau Teachers college. Fourth went'to Miss Tennessee, vivacious black-haired Jean Harper. 20, a Memphis State junior; fifth was Oklahoma's Trula Blrchtteld. 20, Hugo telephone operator. "~ Miss Loughery, the U. S. winner is a model and TV dancer and actress in New York. She is a petite five feet four inches and 108 pounds, with bust-walst-hip mea surements of 34-21 V J -34. It's fasy to Place Your Classified ad-CatI 333 Chicago,, (*l—With prices quoted steady today, most classes of livestock :cIOBod, the vweek with gains as compared with a week ago. Thejifdyance resulted from reduced ce^oeHits rather than ai>y improvemeht In wholesale meat prices, which Again slumped. Ybiith, 17, Drovns Artie Shaw Weds For Seventh Time North Canaan, Conn., (flV-Band- Icader Artie Shaw, married six times previously, and Dorli Dowling, Hollywood Actress, were man-led hero June 19, It was disclosed today. Justice of the Peace N. Watson Hardenbcrgh Jr., confirmed to a reporter that he married the couple in his office at' the Canaan National bank, where he is assistant cashier. He added that he didn't know until yesterday when he happened to encounter a friend of Shaw, tnot the couple ho married were prominent personages. San Francisco Papers Raise Paper Prices San Francisco San l-^ancis- co'a two morning newspapers. The Chronicle and The Examiner, to day increased price of their dally and Sunday editions, effectively July 1. The daily price for a single copy goes up from seven to 10 cents and the Sunday edition price from 15 to 20 cents. Monthly subscription rates for the daily and Sunday editions remain $2 within a 60-milc radius and $2.26 outside. Indianola (;P)—Robert Spcnce, 17, soni of,Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spenco, who live 13 miles southwest of here, drowned Friday 'in a pond oh his parents" farm while swimming with h|^ brothers. Some animals that exist near or above the line of permanent snow In -the mighty Himalayas are the ghostly snow leopard, Asiatic mountain goats and the bharel, a wild sheep. Legal Notice Legal Notice In aocor<J>incc wUh Ordinance No. 68. ZOBlnR Ordinance of tMi City of lEBthervillc, Iowa, the un-;,, dcrslgncd, E. K. Vaubel. M. Xi^ bail appealed to the Board of Adjttii- ment of the City of Esthorvtlle, I«»r w«, from an order made by Roderick P. Rice, enforcing officer, under said Zoning Ordinance, refusing and disalloxving the undersigned a permit to construct a one story frame building to be u»ed for a t>hysiclUi'* office at 814 North Ninth Stteet be located on Lot 7 In Block I of Lough's Addition to E!sthervi6e, Iowa, Said appeal will come on for hearing before the Board of Adjuat- ment at the Council Chamber at the City Hall In Estherville, Iowa, on July 14. 1952. at 7:30 o'clock, P. M. At such hearing any parties In Interest and citizens will have an opportunity to be heard. Dated this 20th day of June, 1952. E. K. VAUBEL, M. D. (Juno 21-28) Htg.-Pib.-Elec. 12 U. N. Troops Tlu'ow Back Chinese Reds Seoul, Korea, im~ United Nations infantrymen today threw back three furious assaults by Chinese Reds on the Korean western front. Allied warplancs for the fourth time In a week bombed and straffed hydroelectric plants serving North Korea and Manchuria. Targets of the U. S. Fifth air force fighter-bombers Friday wore the switchyards and power plants No. 1 and 2 at Changjin (Chosin> reservoir in northeastern Korea, ep'mllcs south of the Manchurian tiorder. It was the second straight day that the Changjin generating station had been hit. They serve Red industry In Manchuria and North Korea. The fighting on the western front centered on a hill colled Baldy." The reinforced Chlncsfr^ battalion, about 760 men, charged three times and were thrown back each time. FOR SALE Several exceptional, clean used electric refrigerators. If it)U Want to save yourself some money and still have a refrigerator In first class condition It will pay >'t>u to see these that we now have on hand. We also carry the complete line of new Westlnghouse appliances Including Refrigerators, Laundro mats, Dryers, Electric fans, Oart>^ge disposal units and all household appliances. Lewis E. Salyers Plumbing and Heating Recovers Stolen Car In Ten Minutes Des Moines (fl'i — Ralph Eckhardt, a Des Moines rookie police patrolman, made a 10-minuto recovery of a stolen car last night. When Eckhardt received word on his patrol car radio that a car owned by Orlando Run had been driven off by a thief, he cruised to Flour Drive, a southern highway exit from the city. Eckhardt quickly spotted the missing vehicle and stopped its driver after a chase. The'driver who identified himself as Archie T. Hale, 31, of Conloy, Go., was held in the case. TOn^i^\ CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Pr«viovi» Puzale JFfi^idq Fling BOBIZONTAl. 1 Florida's gateiVay to Cuba COn the other end of the VERTICLE 1 Sickness' (med.) 2 Metal v 3Box for alms}' 4 Foodstuff < Tamiami Trail 5 Florida's Keya are' llTekoiinto/ custody. 6 Cylindrical W -1^ — toHr, 7 Turkish titles 33 Orate 40 Witherc<d iriends at ' t Red planet 25 Timber tree ot 41 Malayan Fldrl|4n> • . .«Sport c '-aS \ New Zealand^ pewter coin* resorts. -. 10Eagle^ 26AngiBrs 14 FIor|da is the (cwnb. form) 27 Number —7riO (ye |frMi2 Tissue 28 Dines round bathing 13 Egyptian ruler 30 Antennae 15 Noahts mount n^rida has 36 Large bodies Ginny Simms Weds Wealthy Oil Man Las Vegas, t^feb., UPl— Singe Glnny Simms and Bob Calhoun 33, wealthy oil man, wore married last night In the Hotel Flamingo penthouse by Justice of the Pcai James H. Down. Jr. Miss Simms who gave her age as 34, said she received her final divorce decree March 12 from Hyatt Dehn, src lallte, architect and engineer. She bore him two children. BRITISH— Continued from page ly equal to our entire exports to the U. S. In 1061." Ho concluded: "It Is deadly certain that we are going to have to live with these goddam Yanks—and very likely that many of ua goddom Limeys will have to die with them." i5gs»r^5igg-t ,punk ^srs^n inccnse^boat 22 Shield bearing United States 20Weaiion f~v>,* 24Ch«mM^ * ' alkaloid 8» Ancient Irish capital SOPMrCyPt'a mothei* SlOp^attc 80l« SSLubH^tc// SJWoin <f 34 Canvas shelter aSMakitiready STracilftptM **Mrtft 'iFlor}d» forth* • nortltfrn r 5 It |4' i Ifc - IS 42 Hops'kilns 44 Mariner's story 45 Small island 46CoUege student ^7 Social ,|lQwtr (coll,)' - 49ApproachM The Weather OFFICIAL TENPBRATURK Maximum yesterday: 80 Minin>um last nglbt: JO. TODAVS VvKATUKR Temperatures: 75 87 Wind direction: W8W 8W Wind velocity: . 16 10 Barometer 29,61 20.74 1016 lat Ave. So. Phone 080 324-2X-12 lO Korean Legislators Ai'e Liberated Pusan, Korcp, W')—National police tonight liberated 80 Korean national nsacmblymcn from their meeting hall where they had been tmprlsonod for 6'i hours by a howling mob. The 60(\ demonstrators outside the hall demanded the nsscmbly bow to President Syngman Rheo's demands or dissolve Itself. The police—under direct command of the home minister—form d double ranks to hold back the jeering crowd and permit the leg Islutors to leave. One member was a woman. Home Minister Lee Bum Sulc. Rhee's toughest supporter In die cabinet, twice urged the pro-Rheo crowd to calm down. Then he jr- dered his police Into action. The crowd of shouting men and women hod blocked all exits from the building. Foreign observers and both foreign and Korean newsmen were permitted, to entor and leave the hall during the Incident. Assemblymen who tried to leavo were thrown bnck bodily. One's shirt was ripped. Another was kicked. Mrs. Loiiias Won't Poll 7th District IOWA FOBJCCIA8T Fair and warmer this afternoon High this afternoon 90 north, near 100 southwest. Partly cloudy and humid tonight and Sunday. Poaa- ible thunderahowera extreme north tonight Low tonlgSt 70 to 76 High Sunday 88 to 02 nortbweat. 90 to 100 east anA south. Further outtoofc fair and continued very warm with scattered thunder- atorm activity beginning western part of atate late afternoon, nnNNESOTA FORECAST Partly cloudy aouthweat moatly cloudy north and east with occasional ahowei% or tbunderstorms north and eoet cantra! tonight, Poaslbly a few ahowera southeast tonight. Cooler southwest tonight. Sunday partly cloudy aomawbat warmer east and south. Low tonight 60 to M except 66 to V< «!outh«afit High Sundt> to to 86 nonto, 80 to 90 south, Council Bluffs, lo., (flV-Because opposition to a poll has been ex pressed, Mrs. Anna Lomas of Red Oak, Iowa Republican commlttee- woman-olect and a delegate to the national OOP convention, has deci ded not to poll Seventh district delegates on their prcsldentl,al preferences. In a telegram received hero yesterday, Mrs. Lomas said: "At the 7th district caucus of the Iowa Republican presidential convention held in Des Moines April 4, 1052, I said X X X I would be willing to abide by a poll of the delegates from the 7th district on the first ballot. "During the last two weeks opposition to a poll has been expressed by some Individuals from every county in the district. Both gentlemen designated as judges have given releases to the press saying they do not think the poll is In the In tcrest of party harmony. In view of thla quite general fooling, have decided not to take the poll. Applications for Television. Stations Waabington, UP) — Northwest Television Co. of Fort Dodge, la haa filed an application with tliv communications commisaion for B. commercial television station using UHF channel 21. KCOM Broadcaating Co. of Sioux City, la., haa amended a previous application asking for a change In faciliUea to HF channel 4. NOTICK OF RK.NKWAI, OK CORIHJ RATION NOTICK IS HERERY GIVEN that.under the iinivldionn of Chai»ter 491. Code of town <IMO> the Northern Lumber ("omiiany ot tin- thervllle. Emmet Counly, lown. hnn rcnewe<l iU' lnior)H>rnllon for the period of Julv IR. IMI. to Julv l.t, 15172. The nnrai- of thi Coriwrntlon i« Northern Lumhei Company and tin principal place of bu«inej )ii I.1 In Estherville. Emmet I'ounly. lown. The freneral nature of business to be transacted for the ooritoratton shall be to purcliano and sell lumber, coal. lime, eement, other kinds of buiUlinc mnterinlr* and mich other articles of merchnndise that Is usually conneelrd with the lumber ImHiness; to huy. soli, lenne, ex- chanfie. dls|H>no of or otherwise deal In all kinds of marhinery. en- glneerinK and haidware upeelal- ti<\><. all farm Inipli-mentii. tools and such other nu'rehnndlni- as In usii- nll.v connected with Ihi- implement; to leimr. huy ami sell real estate and to erect houm- or business blocks 01 othi" liuildInK*: to rent, sell or exchance the same and do any and all thlnns Inridenl or pertalninc lo such business and to buy and sell merehimdtse and materials of all kind-H. The amount of eapltiil !itoel< sii- thorlzcd shall be Four Hundred Thousand Doll .ii .s 1 $400.000.001 lo bo dlvidwl Into four thousand (4000) sharen of One Hundred Dollars ($100,001 eneh, with One Hundred Sixty-Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($167,900,001 subscribed and paid at the time the corporation commencer business under the renewed Articles of In corporation. Under the Renewed Articles of Incorporation the corporate chart er and the corporation siiall commence on July 18, 19S2, and shall continue until July 18. 1972. The corporation shall be msnag ed and directed by a board of dl rectors of not less than three (3) or morn than five (ft) directors lo be elected by and from the stock holders at their annual meeting and such directors shall hold office for a period of one yeor until their successors are elected and qualify The board of directors shall hold their meetings at the office of the corporation In Estherville, lows, or such other place as would best sub serve the Interests of the corpora tlon. The board of directors shall elect from their own number President, and Vice-President and from the board of directors or oth erwise, shall elect or appoint Secretary-Treasurer and such offi cers or ogcnlH ns in their Judument the proper transaction of buxlne!) of the corporation may require. .The annual meeting of the slock holders of the corporation shnlhlie held ot the corporation offices 1 Estherville, Knimet Count.v, lown on the Third Tuesdav in Decembr of enchyear at 10:00 o'clock A. M At such time the board of director shall be elected. As soon as prnc ticable after the election of tin board of directors In each year th board of directors shall elect th aforesaid officers of the corpora tlon. The private property of the mom bers. Incorporators and stocUluild ers of the corporation shall forev bo exempt from corporate debts For further particulars see orix Inal Articles on file in the office n the Secretary of State, State Hou«( Don Moines, Ipwa. IN WITNESS WHEREOI' th undersigned have signed and ccuted the aforesaid this 24(h da ot June. 1052. O. W. Thompson, Presldenl of Northern Lumber Company O. L, Avery. Vice-President of Northern Lumber Company Ody U. Noel, Hecrelary-Treasurer of Northern Lumber Company R. E. Sondrol, Asslstant-Secreinn,- Tcoaaurer of Northern Lumbi Company. (June 26; July a, 10. 171 CaaMnis* idt ViiMtK««o» SM Mfti&awa I /MklMiM Kvwy KmiM ICi«*|X aaWM SM PmrllMl HoMMV 223 Sat., auno 28, £052 ^ Kai *r «<t u »•««•« riM* >Min*r «>c«, t. I SI* *l U M XMtotnn •» KMk*r TUi*. l«*a. wmtf Uw SCI «i MsrM S. lait Personal For Solo HOT SWIHS 8TKAK JtANmVtCM m*»l»e«! i«itato#«. S«.>c DlTl-H MAH> H'.VCH 53a-1 4 _ 1* p>r . ** f% »ar« lie f»t trtMp» il< ptt «*r« lUlM St* t»r ul Mm »A. cAau mvM ORIIKR ItookkMptti chut* IM tar MvdII. Mnrtr* tSsrat II r*- ftm sn t*h»a bT tMUljr ti*w» uM l»« U «au«*<t It s4 «art«M «Mi<M •uaHMT bat not mtnttmr* I at 1 tar* Tkr** Mors rwir <U4r« tm 4ar« — O M wMk Bach sMiUMtsI 4ar UUlsuns «4 sae, IM *r «tMU i^t sS W awr* taovM rassa IMMatf M th* niM MM lk*]r aaiMr sa4 npof. u* annr •( «•«* u Bc alkiwui*** aaa a ~- an*r ta* nnt I**M Lost ond Found i« TO TIIOMK who rv|>te»«.-tl Ihflr iym|>Ath\ Irv »o tnsny IteautKul ami pvai'tlrsi «rA>s durtni; our rr orni l>rrv«vemer<t wi- e<itrn<l our heartfelt I hank* .Mi» Clsrerii-e K Hurts ilitUlr.n «5-lv 4 ANllTHKU tlUKAT ATiilW The Hun Krancl'co .St,ir>" «l the (••and Sunday itnd Monday I ?a I > n YKAHS AlJO June 2*. Ynnkor Stadium Itefrer >l»p|><'t| Jite l»ulil t'.nlrntn iKiut After a fc'rrnt fight T<in> lust in 4tli ruumi .•^ANMEUN ICK OHKAM CO J»l • •t>H .H.Vl.l.: » fi (vlute Miiniiu't tr fi'd only « month- I'h ,?*J7 Krunl« Har'^r 22*3* 10 Kt>It SAI.K. «o I frif^ F.a Of-It I'll aw* ;i3ui KOn S M.K 1 .<,ll. < • tJir tl Uro«n roll .»«A1.K Cat"""'!* for frl>'« l>!..s.,t aiul .l.tlvrrrU 11 SO o«ih Ph .IVJSSl Mr« t>»(Wrv Mwhtne »3.-4 li> .!uh i. I'h -Hurtnn (r>»* V'»rn LOSr Hed sweater In clly hail rest nwm Finder Phone or fi«3J Mae Case, 16 STHAYKn to my ttirm one steer WANTED- Man with ear lo (jIve 48 samples a day for tM.M a week. Write P. O. Box 67MF, Esther- >-llle. 232-12-3 WANTED -Waitress. Top wages. Uniforms and meals furnlslKKl. Apply Hotel Qardston. 2Jl-tf-3 Jobs Wanted CUSTOM BALING New HoUand wire bales. W pull trailers. 4 ml. W. and Z'A of Bsthervillc. Don Egeland. Ph Superior eFS ooUoct. 206-30x-3 Loans and Ins. PERSONAL LOANS. Are you making too many payment Wo can show you how a loan will out pmymanU, give you ex tra eash. Ask about It IOWA aUARANTB»:, Inc. m-3-i& TWO PINTS of Ileilou sprayed on your 9x13 tUK pr"teet« It fron\ moth damaae tor S v««r« 01 Her- lou pays the il.imniriv A>eiai;f cost only Mr pot war Hrtnlwirn F\nnltuio 13^•3* FoTlUnf ' •""on »I.M.K Walnut ihntn« r««>»n • uito Inrgr buffet. • eh(Wr» tahU 12 Priced to tmtt itt- llowsril Hfldke Pli t«44 »4-3 ID Pt>U .HAI.K Halt.-! l»«»t« uprtsht piano tJood enn.UII«n 134 Mr« Howai.l Hrldkr Ph 1444 JH-M» Owner may have for tdentifyli\j{, | ,7,,„. .,..,',.,..« , .~ pavinK for keep and ad Albert j «"A»mY- M.Ke ,_hom Duhn. Orarttinger 223-3-lS Help Wonted Sale Calendar SALE CALENDAH Monday, July 7-180 A. farm, write for description • to Walter Carlson, Triumph, Minnesota. Hent took like ne»-, at low eo«t a Sander from Ward* MONTOOMRnY WAUn Esth*r%-llli', Iowa FOIl KENT One .liooni tinfiirn- lsh«l apt, Phone I0»2J. 234 2 4 KOll SAI.F Thrrop^iinsl •prtne frt.-« Ffiir,,!. Aholl Ph J2« 10 Ue^l T«a HpertaU Curb (e^lef* Wb*-*! tplnner* 3*c; l»a«h fitter TJo PlaJi wheel r«vors 3IK-. rhumols He WKHTKUN Al'TO AdJtOf RTORK 234tflO FOn ItBNT rurnl*hr<t apt Belter for single working pe«pl«« than couple. Ph. S4W. West 2."ll Ul 81. Ho. 32* ir4J FOR KENT HmatI bouse All modern. Mrs. Hrldke. I'h 4,T7W FOR RENT lArao unfurnished downtown apartment. Wogvn's. Phono M. a30-tf-6 Automotive u FIRESTONE SLASHES PRICICH durini; big July 4th Tire Sale. Firestone Champions, Reg. $14.00 Bale $11.98 (Site 8.00-18, exchange plus tax.) Other slaes proportionately low. FIRESTONE STORES 33&-3-11 FOR SALE -1B47 Fourdoor Hudson, In good condition. Mrs. Ben Perkins. Ph 539J 2',i4-3x-ll FOR SAFETY. Have us Inspect brake system thoroughly ... ad Just or relino the brakes. It nccessar}'. THOMAS MOTORS 233-3-11 CAR TROUBLES? For carefree summer drlviUK and gas saving top performance, bring your oai to us for a spring checkup. HENAMAN MOTOR CO, 3'20-6-ll LET US take care of your automotive needs. Bumper to bumpar service—all makes. fi«« ua. Robinson Motors "Pontlao" 8th and Central Ave. aai-if-ii Real Estate BUYEII8 WAlTINC. KOR 2 AND a-HEimOOM HOMES ESTHERVILLE REAI.,TY Phone 1340 326-1-H FOR RENT - Nice one-room or two-room furnished aitartment aose In. Ph. P«7. 3l»-tf-8 FOR RENT NIco Iworoom apart ment Close In. I'h. S38. 2lTlf 0 FOR nEa <T -a-roora nwdem apart ment atravn Olft Oarden. ilSM N, eih St. I>li. 30« or 03. 301-UO Fann FOR HALE- 16 acres of red clover 6 ml, south of Gruver. J L Hrown 7JIB 23a-3-7 FOR HALE Vacolnaleil fredrr pigs, I.tiwrciioe (Ireenfleld, Hwra Clly, Iowa. 2a6-a *-7 OLD FASHIONKOr l>«nt tvt slons" wnh aW-lash- loned lishl future*. Il«|e«t thf n»<»te™ Moe fixture* twal sutte^t Itt e*or)' room OI-SON K.t.EiTntr SERVICK III H Sth St. FOR SAI.K Apsrtmenl-«lt «i ««« slovr E\cellenl condition. Ph IMOJ SJM-galO 8TAMPEf> PIU/}WHUI»1I, good quallt) lublnff tl «S pr. EHLEII.I VALUE STORK 334-3 10 FOIt HAIJ-: -Rwelna uprlsht vacuum sweeper. IS PnrtabI* washing maehliie, $16. *xli ruf pad. $4. Ph. ISrrW M4-3-10 Ot;ii Jlin HALE will contlnut< thrnush July 4 week. IlKrKKin |(»tee* oh many itnm* ROOtl fi»» liollday or everj". day. HURPLUH STORE aM3 m FOR HAI.K Hoy'* '«Inrh guper DeluK FWeatunn Ucyil*. Used 3 nionlh* L I W B new Ma .fO, Mr* T. H Carman. Phon* Hutwrloif nam m-ixlO 19.17 OI.IVKIl 70 « Hpeeds Always a wjuare deal nt VIKINO MOTORS Masaey Harris-Oliver Kathorvltle, lown 2352-7 HOC} HOU8BH. brooder liou-e*. corn Or grain storage, machine sheds we have material* for all types of farm bulldtnKS. JOYCE LUMBER <:0 224.3-7' PORTABLE HOG HOUSEH We have several made up In stock, or will build t</ your specifications Plitco your order now and »ave money, Ph. 44W0. Estherville COMMANDER EIJCVATORS Huntington W E Reenmnn. Mgr 334-3-7 IMMEDIATE DEUVERY!! 34 «a0 bungalows, $3,144, erected on foundation or basement home. Other sites, styles. Your plans or ours. Free delivery 100 ml. Standard construction. Not prefab. Bejt dry lumbar. Vtalt Fabning Supply, WatsrvUIa. Mian, Op«n K-e (No Sundays) 2Z&4>i-t FOR HALE~Two-bedroom modern house. Priced for quick sale. Bl- mo Bartlaman. I'h. 1&38W. 33V<-« FOR SALE~700-acru farm 3S mllca from St. Paul, 460 acres under cultivation. Ija^ruo modern home, 8 years old, 3 large barns, 3 large silos, ffood loam aoll for alfalfa, corn and oats. Oood location for alfalfa dehydrator. On railroad siding on farm. Part of crop In eluded at $100 per acre. Charlea Henderson. Stralon Slock Farm, Route 3. New RIcbroond. Wis. Want To Buy 20 WANT TO BUY—Hay rack. Ph 7J7. Arnold Uoganson. 234-3-20 Entortolnnient Too Hot To Take Heat Pictures Tarentum, Pa., W— The lam- preature was around 94 to US de- grtn* when Siun Spattar, a,mam ber of the Tarentum Vailey!Dsll> Newa staff, want out to get a beat- wave shot of aonie awlmmert yo*- terday. He couldn't do It; his flash bulb wouldn't work. Whan Spatter got back to the office, h« fbund the t^ieat hod 01:- pioded his caioera batt«rles, Air Conditioned led C6i9ki# Nite "^'X JULY I iSkating ' Sat Under 12 * Sat/Matiiiee FO« HALE -Nearly new 3-bedroom home. L. R., D. R., kitchen, bath, Kss heat, hot water heater, water softener. Oood location. RIUOUT REAL ESTATE Ph. xm or im ag4 -a-» HARDWARE STO^E In small town In southern Mlnncaota Real buy. Cafn and milk bar Very best of terms, business. In Ceyton Very good TOP CASH PRICES FOR YOUR EOOR. cTeom and poultry. Flock culling service Phnnn SI (or latest produce i|ui>tatlons. !• O. GRAY 324-J7 FOR HALK Two l«y Orrler pup«, Francis Dahna Pu IITOW, atw-io irHEO I.IVINnnOOM suite. alM studio eoueh and chair and ptaW fiirni rocker. 8ANnOR.V FURNITt/RK >»g to KOR HALE While Reek frle*. 4 lb* Fat h-n* Mr* n <tym«ttd HlKW) 23FS2 33a-4-lO FOR MALE Mprlng ffl'* I'h IIKISI ijeorge Mowrv 231-3 10 FOR HALE S-fl. windrower. J P Chrlstensen Ph 327J 223-3-7 > pura manllla, 3-rope hay allngs. HAY HOPE. $18.60 per 100 $3 .66. BSTIIERVILIJC HARDWARE m-2-7 FOR SALE—Balad luiy, alfalfa or oiovar. Baling now. Wire tied balaa, Jena Bgoland, I'h. l«Wt. m -axT SWATHXIRS FOR BALE • foot left and right hand. Opens field as eaay aa with a in«w«r. Deliw* swath to caotar. Moat have traotor with wl4o front and. PAVIMW MACHINE SHOP Ph. B831 Round Lake, Minn. 21g.l2s-7 ON HAND Chicks. 1 to « waaks tM PulMs straight ma aod malaa in 7 weeks. KAMXI/rON liATCHJBRY Baoerott. Iowa tlMf-7 RAWI.EIOII PRODUCTS. E T. flnurnann. Ph. 3 «SJ. 30-tf 10 ^^•^(L'lTELt! AlT CondlltonM'. World's finest room air caadk tlun*r. R KC I U *I V « cvap^nklor d»sign that lacorporaita 34 lube*. Mlero-filt«r-~Sf • p«r rest acr*«n- ing. IIRIDKE ELECTRIC 30«-lf-ia ARE MOVINIl out of Hal* ••lllns all our household furnishing* Nice buy for n'wty marrlMi roll pie 111 I77gj 3«Mhi-IO IU«luu4ao« 1M1J Sar- 33»«-10 FOR SALE 33-loot trailer h<i>u*e. I'h. bdra HoUand. FOR HALE U»<Ml Naw Roy. at traadte snwlng niMhia*, good condltloa. Vance Crtm. Ph. tgWT asutio FOR SALK—Used Flmttona rafrtg- rrator. 3 yisars old. runs perfectly. H«e thi* on«. $t.U par wask. FIRESTONE STORES aos-tfto Servlcos If you want to buy a (arm In Ontral MInneaota. aea or call CAROL BBOCKMAN. lUaltor Crykm, Mtnn. 222-4-8 HobaH, the mplui of Tasmania. i< aaid to havf M»* of ins finirt harbora in Uw world. AUCTION 160 Acre Fami 4% miles southeast of Sherbtu-n Monday, July 7 For descripnon write Walter Carlson Realtor and Auctioneer FARMS! FARMS! FARMS! Your best selection of the best buys In Soutitem, Ceiiti .-Ql and Western Mln- iiesotii- Cofnpkfte descri(>- tions of over 50 famui In our office. Come in, study them over, Viidt the ones which best fit your needs and your pocket book. Clip this ad and bring It uitii you. ALLEN REALTY, upstairs next to th« Siveet Shop. Fairmont. Nite tel. i:^3i-x oi 177:' X POItTABI.E RADIOS REPAIREn Eitperlene* and trainlnf have no • ubaUlute. Kath»rvtll« Radio, lini K Sth. Ph. 2S«. v»i-6 0 iron rnCE PICKUP aad Sattvary. Ph. 4». P * O Claaaara. SBS-U-a 90TTI .B OAS SAUe8 -«eR\aCB Ifistallatkma — R «aulatlons lULL 'S COKMISIt. Ph. 49J81 Ut-tf-« VmKMlOHr% VadUtor Sarvt««b iuat aaat of Vaa4/«k ITU Ctatral. BsH't«a«ad Is trssa radlaior rayatr. VtM* now IS YOUR SUITLY Of bTATtaiENTS KNVELOPES INVOICE FORMS Get ready for mcmth^eod needs by ordeHnf pc»«r. Expert work In \North- went lowu's largest -^eA most modem prtettng plant. GSTHSRVILLE DAILY WHi^

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