Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 30, 1952 · Page 3
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Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, June 30, 1952
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•^•Lncal Markets — . .. ,». ..... i >. r - - " ",'-,.- i r - - -f "J.-.< Corn Gains. in Soybeans Price Drop Soybeans wore down a penny per bushel today while corn was a penny higher on the local grain market. Produce prices wore unchanged. GKATN Old corn ........................................ $1.67 New corn ...................................... $1.62 Soybeans ...................................... $2.97 Oats (36 Ibs.) .................................. 72o . ........ „ ................................... $3.70 Gravec Grain Company Druver, Huntlngton. Maple Hill Sweet crealn No. 1 , No. 2 Henneries No. 1 .- ifo. 2 ..... .'. ......... . Straight run 74c 72c 70c 30c 2»o 2U 292 Springs, 2% Ibs. and up ............ 22c Herts, under *^ Iba ..................... I4c Hens, 4 H Ibs. and over ................ 16c Heavy cock* „> ............ ~ .............. lOts Leghorn, leghorn cross cock* — 8c Sioux City Livestock Sioux City livestock market quotations: Sioux City, June 30 /P—Cattle salable 6,300; calves 225; slaughter steers under 1100 Ibs. and most heifers .fairly active, fully steady; few bids steers over 1100 Ibs. high choice and better little changed; others matured steers slow; cows mdstly steady; stackers and feed- ers'steady to strong; good and choice in best demand; numerous aaicil .choice fed, steers 30.60-32.50; some held higher; commercial and good 26.pO-28.50; few sales choice heifers $31,432; commercial and good $25-28.50; utility and commercial cows 18.50-122; most cannera and cutters $14-$18; some light can- no rs below $13; medium and good „.,„. stock sfeers $26-$29; mostly choice ada the four wi 616,n>,.welghta $33. houije at Lena. Hogs salable 5,500; moderately actlye; scant supply choice 1 and 2 barroWe and gilts generally uniform,'' fully: steady with last Friday's best selling to order buyers; general market around 25-50 lower than I that day's bqst selling,, fully steady/with, close; choice 1 and 3 barrows and gilts around 190-240 Ibs. 20.50-21.25; latter for several decks' choice uniform, mostly No. 1's around 200-225 Ibs. 250-270 Ibs. 19.50-20.50; 280 to around 310 Ibs. 18.50-19.50; some around 325 Ibs. $18; scattering 170-185 Ib. barrows and' gilts $20-20.25; some medium quality light weights 18.50; good and choice 100-160 Ib. $18-18.50 on feeder and serum account; choice sows under 360 Ibs. 17.50-$18; few choice light weights 18.25-18.50; 360-400 Ibs: 16.75-16.50; 400475 Ibs. 16.25417;, some around 500-550 Ibs. 15.50-$16. Chicago livestock Chicago, ;P—Hogs started the new week today at prices which were steady with last week's closing rise. Receipts' were about normal for the day and season. Cattle and sheep were steady to 50 cents higher in an active trade through most of the list. SUPERIOR Vacation Bible School Closes With Program BT MBS. T. M. HOUGE The Vacation Bible school closed its two week's, session with a picnic on the school grounds Friday and program Sunday evening. • ' • Mrs., Peterson gave a report on the school.'' The theme of the summer course was "Greater Heights," The highest day. enrollment was 84 tind average attendance was 75.2. Due to chicken pox and o^her hap- penings'attendance dropped during the two 'week*. It was held under the supervision of the Rev. and Jtfrs. Peterson and teachers, Mea- dames Coyne Rusaell, G.eorge Russell, Harold 1 Graff, Art Lauritson, Leonard ( C»aurve, Bob Gibson, George 1 Show and Misses . Muriel Perkins and Mardello Show. It was the largest enrollment in the three „ years of Bible school. A total of $43.66 was taken in collection at the program and will be sent to missions. The program, consisted of numbers by all the grades. A sword ;drlll was wpn by Evalyn Houga,. A prize was given her. ^ Doctor Protests Condition of Highway 30 Mechantcsvllle., la., IP —A Me- chanlcsvllle doctor has protested to Gov. William S. Beardsley that the condition of highway 30 near hern has been n factor in a series of auto accidents in recent weeks. Dr. E. H. Littig said he called the governor Sunday to bring the matter to this attention after two more accidents had occurred. The governor was out of the city, but an aide said he would notify the state safety commission on the situation, Dr. Littig added. The doctor said the highway recently was blacktoppcd and in preparation to widening the road about a six inch drop-off to the shoulder was left, A drainage ditch runs alongside the highway. He said cars run off the highway onto the shoulder and overturn into the ditch when the drivers try to get back on the rond. Five persons were injured, three of them requiring hospltallzation in two separate auto accidents east of here yesterday. The machines ran off the highway and overturned. The doctor said the highway patrol has been called out on 11 accidents resulting from this condition in the lost two weeks and the sheriff's office has reported tfour accidents. It's Easy to Place Your Classified ad-Call 333 AllTOfltOfilfO 1) Sorvtcos FOR TIRE MILEAGE have us switch'tires and check wheel) alignment to help cut down tire wear. "** THOMAS MOTORS 226-3-11 FIRESTONE SLASHES PRICES during big July 4th Tire Sale. Firestone Champions, Reg. $14.60 —Sale $11.95 (Size 6.00-16, ox- change plus tax.) Other sizes proportionately low. ' FIRESTONE: STORES 225-3-11 WE HAVE specialists, factory trained, for distributor*, carburetors, Ignition system, front endi and general overhauling. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. 226-6-11 Twin Teachers Wed Twin Farmers Hot Springs, Ark. UP)— Twin 31- year-old school teachers Margaret and Elizabeth inch of Jonesboro met twin 39-year-old farmers Elvin and Melvin Dameier of Lena, 111., at an international twin convention two years ago. The Dameiers were co-presidents of the group and the inches were chosen the most identical twins in the nation at th'e time. Yesterday the twins were married in a twin ceremony with twin flower girls, nieces of the grooms. After a twin honeymoon in Canada the four will live in the same FOR SALE—1947 Four-door Hudson, in good condition. Mrs. Ben Perkins. Ph. B29J. 224-3x-ll LET US take care of your automotive needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makes. See us. Robinson .Motors "Pontlac" 8th and Central Ave. 227-tf-ll PORTABLE RADIOS REPAIRED Experience and trhlninp have no substitute. Esthrrvllle Radio, N. 6th, Ph. 2M. 224-5-9 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. PAG Cleaners. 266-U-9 BOTTLE GAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49.761 iei-tf-9 Jobs Wanted For font For Solo CUSTOM BALINO New Holland wire bnle«. Will pull trailers. 4 mi. W. and a 1 ;. N. Of Esthervillc. Don Efrelnml. Ph. Superior SI'S collect. ?On-.10x-3 Combining (b* Vmdtcticf »».1 KvpuMMM. Aibll«h«l Krrry Rvpninf R»«f>l nn.l Prtn'iTMl ll.>tid»y«. Farm 220 Mon., .lunr SO. 1052 5 RntfrW » iwoi.l riiuii m»H»r Oct. «, veso >t tht poftornt* M K>tn*r rlllt, Iowa, «i«l«r tM »cl at s. irrt. RKKINIRII ytMir own floor" nt Bits Snvlni;«' Kent n tiieh-*|>«-i-d floor Kinder from \V.ird« MON'TiHntKKY XVAfin K«lhei vlll.'. Imv:i PETERSON'S Radiator Service, hut eart of Vandy 1 *, 1714 Centra}. Experienced In all type* radiator repair. UMf-9 Notices $2.00 Opens a Hopalong Cassidy Savings Account Accounts opened by July 5 will draw interest from July 1 2% Interest Payable Semi-Annually Special Hopalong photo to each cluub member. Iowa Trust & Savings Bank Member of the F. D. I. C. Member of the Federal Reserve System 226-1-6 a a a a PLUMBING, HEATING INSTALLED Wards will arrange expert Installation of quality plumblnp ami heating-—at low cost. Phono, come In or mail the coupon below for free estimate. Buy On Terms, No Money Down, Nothing to Pay Until October 1st. C-O-U-P-O-N Please scend me Information about the Items checked below: STEKL KITCHEN Sink, Wall, Base Cabinets BATHROOM OUTFIT Tub, Lavatory, Closet CONVERSION BURNERS Gas, Oil FURNACES Gas, Oil, Coal NAME ADDRESS PHONE TIME OR DATE TO CALL .. Montgomery Ward Esthorvllle, Iowa Announcing Opening City Cab Company Phone 340 Local and Long Distance Service 35$ for one passenger 10^ for each additional Anywhere in Estherville " William Hansen, Jr., Prop. Hansen 66 Service, 221 Central Ave: 22C-3-9 FAUN: UKPAIP.S You'll find nil mMerl:iN you need her,' fur repair of i-rlh*. {rates. ferm Iniildincs. \Ve stock Inr^e line of h.-mhvare supplies. See \i«' YOUR KENCINT, NKKPS Creosote line ami anohor posts now In Hlork. Also limited supplies field fence, barbed wire, steel posts. Oet our prices! Phone 44Wfi, Kstheiville. OOMMANPKK KI.KVATORS HuntltiKlon \V. K. Secmnnn. Mpr. 22G-2-7 KOH KKN'T K»ll»,-t\ Illr- n-'i" |i»illilln« i;sr\v ;j« I In SAI.K Onr 45 bu. m'trtl host feeder. 4 IndHidual roncrM" h«tf tmlfr*. One Chevrolet ryHnd^r hi'ml w-lth valve n^Tnhly Ph <)"* or ff M K Uiifkihn. AMK FOR Your (itvo r r ,-:im nf 1« ftt — *c iw worn .... He p»t FOR SALK •!() spotted brood sows, to furrow first week in September. Frank Klincbell. f... miles north of Gruver. 'J20-2-T CUSTOM HALING with trailers. New Holland hnler. I'll. fiFO. Harold Davi'nporl. 228-2-7 I or » d»»t — Tlu*« dfcjri , four d»yi On« w*»k Minimum kd 60e. R*t*« kra r*f con**eutlT* ttiMriloai of MOM ml. at«Min*ci »<i» »r« CASH wmi ORDER. n»okk»«plni chart* "I 1»« tor credit. MX •»tTi<-« enure* It t*. ptlM M* Ulton by Unity N'*> »»d IKo U churppd If tut turrln uridrtM or phon* number but not ndvMllwrt nan*. ttMIr KdnrtlMmrati In lh« nrtt uww Ui»y kpp*»r m.l r»por*. my «nir it one* M no kiiownncM can k* mad* »tt*r tb4 rtm Sale Calendar KENT 3-room furnUU.-d np( tVti.-r for Mncle working people thnn coMpl.- I'll :U*.I. \\Vtt 731 l«t St So. 3-M tf fl KOK KKNT modern Jifr« Hiuull Umi«,v AU , I'h. 4.17W FOR SALE—IB ticros of rod clovi-r. 5 ml. HOiith of (Truver. ,T. L. Brown. 7.115. 22B-2-7 FOR SALE —- Vncrlntiled feeder plffs. Lawrence CJreenfleld, Swi'a City, lown. 22Mx-7 1937 OLIVER 70 0 Speeds Always a square donl nt VIKING MOTORS Mtissey Harris-Oliver Eslhcrvlllfl, Iowa 225-2-7 SALE r-ALENDAR Mnnduy, July 7 IfiO A. writo for itpflcrlpUon to Cnrlnon, Triumph, farm, Real Estate 2-BF.DROOM home L. H., kltfhrn. nltnrhi'd Karate, utility room. Let us show you thin one. F,STHKRV1LLK HEALTV 220-1-8 KOK RKNT Lnri;-" unfurnlnhed downtown npnrlmenl. U^sr-n'.x. I'lionn S.H. !«Vtf-ft KOfl KENT Nice one -room or twivrooni fvirnlsilx-il apnrttnent i Closn In. Ph. t>«7. 3l(>.tf fl ' nn.l ^'t it.iU $*-93 up KMTIfKUVH.I.K 1 LOT *ummer wwh eoo»l« —pi- qiiflu, p«<trl rayon fiHU""*. ifT- S|M-olal lhl« \> <i.-k at 3 y«U. $t «0. KlH.KItM VAl.tT. STORK I-'OIl HENT Nice two-room mcnt. C'lose In. Ph. MR FOH UENT--3-room moilern nftivt- mont nbove Olft fJnrden. ltfl'4 N. flth St. Ph. 308 or ft2. IQl-tf-fl Help Wanted : HKLP WANTKM Kitchen n«*l»t- ant nt lOnthiM-ville Country Club. Pli. lOlKIJ. '.'2U.1-2 FOH SALK- S-room houno and 4 lotw. $fi.COO. nth Ave. N. Ph. 1073J. A. .1. Amlermui. 23fl-3x-8 HOG HOUSES, brooder houses. corn or jjraln storage, machine shedH—wo hnvo materlalw for nil typos of farm buildings. JOYCR LUMBER CO. 224-3-7 FOR SALE-Throe-room modern house on S. IHh. 10x24 foot «a- ratte. Ph. U70W. 226-flx-S OOOn MINNESOTA KAHM HMYS CAROL HROCKMAN, Realtor Ceylon, Minn. TOP CASH PRICES FOR YOUR EGGS, cream und poultry. Flock culling service. Phono 91 for latest produce quotations. P. G. GRAY 221-3-7 POR SALE—Bnled hay. alfalfa or clover. Bnllnff now. Wire tied bales. Jens EROiand, Ph. 10V/0. 22l-8x-7 226-1X-6 Sport Slants Roster Deadline for Iowa \ . State League Is July 5 Iowa State League * teams must cut their team rosters to 15 players by July 5, according to league rules, at present it appears that only the Carroll Merchants will have to do any pruning 1 to meet the deadline. All other clubs arc either carrying 15 men, or less, although we don't know the strength of Wall Lake. Carroll has 18 players currently on its roster, including seven pitchers, Estherville 13 with five flingers, Spencer 14 with five and Mason City 13 with four. Mason City probably will add another pitcher it its squad. Carroll will let at least three players go. Wall Lake probably Is carrying 14 men at present and, if so, is under the allowable maximum. * * * Rosters as of the week end finds Mason City/with Catcher Dick Morgan, Pitchers Johnny Hill, John Kurtt, Al Lenski ancl Dick Rclfler. Infleldcrs Bob Miller, Dick Collo- tqn, Tom Stcnger, Leo Schlueter, Don Waldron and Outfielders Jack Patchett, Albio Pearson and John Ewaniak. We heard that Rex Vana, S. U. I. outfielder, may be added to the Legionnaire squad. BY W. H. I.. Superior Porsop#I«. Dr. and Mra. William Cook of Minneapolis were guests in the home of,his ,n|ece, Rev. and Mrs. ! Mr. and Mrs. tLobept Olson of Muscatine spent tho week end in tfce parental H E. Olson home. Mra. H. E. Olson spent several days last week attending the postmaster's convention at Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed and sons and Mrs. C. T. Stuard picnicked at the A. Reed home at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Plauta and children called in the Thorben Houge home Sunday after spending the day w^th her father. Hennan Huenialler of Jackson, Minn,. Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Miner attended funeral services for Mrs. Stanley "Roe pf Waterloo, Tuesday, Jun« 10- ' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hasbrook of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Johnson, Louise Hasbrook, Jimmy and Susan were dinner guesta in the A. C. Bringle home Sunday in honor of the Haslw-QOk's fifth wed- anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Gruhlko anji son, returned home from a fishing trip to Weaver's lodge at Ely, Minn. Charles Olson and John Anderson of Jackson, Minn., called at the A;. C. Bringle borne last Friday. Carroll currently has Manager Tom Sheehan and Marvin Heln- rlchs, catchers;' Denny Rinaldi, Wayne Paige, Eddie French, Bob UrdR, Lou Jennings, Bob Getting and a new fllnger, Lefty Riedesel from S. U. I., pitchers; Billy Hayes Clayton Johnson, Sam Esposlto and Jimmy Decker, infielders; Sam Bedrosian, Bill Evans, Bob Estabrook and John Rennicke, outfielders; and Jim Hulsebus, utility. * w * On Spencer's roster arc catchers Al Horn and Prank Marmino, pitchers Ron Unke, Hal Raether, Bob Eckert, Jim Gibbons and Stew Mackie; infielders, Bob Cole, K. C Wise, Bill Stenger and Gene Eck ert; outfielders Hugh Wise, Stan Malec and Bob Wo}ff although the latter has been playing some a first base with one of the catchers operating in the outfield. * * 9 Tho Rod Sox roster at presen has Jim Hanson behind the plate Don Hall, Bill Mosser, Milt Ardrey Lou Rosin and Bob Ketchell fo mound duty, Bart Bartkowski, Gus Freeman, Mike Boettcher, and Gor die Winkel infielders; Jack Kaley Bill Dudding and Jim Woltz out fielders. . 4s neatly as we can figure ou the Kernels have Howard catching Johnson, Brantley, Pearson, Sham berger and Neal, pitchers; Scotl Wells, Dobbin* and Brown, infield BLESSED EVENT? Then see us for Birth Announcements Prompt Service Estherville Daily News Northwest Iowa's Largest . Printing Plant 226-3-9 rs; Banks, Bridges and McDanlel, lUtfieldera; and Dixon, utility. w * * Clipped from the New Ulm Journal regarding the general feeling in he Western Minny league that ilred ball teams arc on tho way out: "It is ridiculous to expect smaller towns in the league to bo able to afford an expensive proposition as a hired baseball club year after year. Another factor which s more in evidence than ever be:ore; tho fans back tho team by word of mouth but they certainly don't follow them through the gate. Tho Westorit Minny fans are get- .ing a high-class brand of baseball, )ut to keep it they will have to pay 'or it and they can't afford it. * * * "So within the next two years /our reporter s?es a lot of hometown boys playing on the Western Minny teams., Baseball in this part of the state has a heritage and it lives up to it as one of the hotbeds of baseball in the United States. It s the highest paid 'amateur' base- mll in the nation. You can find a tot of pro ball players up/the ladder who don't get near the salary many of the players do out there. * .* * 'However, in your home-team baseball the fans also got good baseball and there the interest is more genuine because the boys are home-town lads whom the fans all know and have aeon grow up. This gives them something to go to the ball park for, A hired team has to win before they draw a gate and this year those gates haven't been too good." *• * * Hingsted's baseball team last week was tied for the top in the Kossuth County league, losing only one contest to date this season, 11 to 9, against St. Joe. Tied with Ringatcd for the loop top were Algona K. C. and Bancroft V. F. W. * * » Last week's batting records for the Fairmont Martins had Sid Langston still in second place with a .348 mark behind Joe Colaalnski, .3^6. Langston had H RBIs with four home runs. Stan Gwinn was batting .288 and Jim McNulty, .276. * * * Rick Meredith 9t the Mason City Globe-Gaaette was „ down at Des Moinea (ast week to see Red Rose, ex-Logionnalre, nurl for the Colora-do Sky Sox, Roue has a 7-3 record la the Western league. Rick aaked Rose to make a comparison between the Jowa State and Western leagues but Ro&e parried nicely with the r«joi.nd«r-^: ( Uiey both fej «oj," Red «*y» bte Entertainment TRUK'LIFE STORY James Stewart takes the role of "Carbine Williams" Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Grand theater, 220-3-1 Air Conditioned Married Couples' Nite TUESDAY, JULY 1 Regular Skating Wed. Fri. Sat. Children Under 12 y» price Sat. Matinee Skateland 226-2-1 Patrolman Resigns Des Molnes t/P>— The tion of William Evans, state high way patrolman statjoncd at Atlan tic, was announced today by Pit trolman Chief S. N. Jeeperaen, Kv ana quit to enter the insuianc business in PoUuwattamie count) He had heen a patrolman Bine 1938. SWATHERS FOR SALE 8 foot left nnd right hnnd. Opens field as easy ns with n mower. Delivers swath to center. Must have tractor with wide front end. PAULSON MACHINE .SHOP Ph. B331 Round Lake, Minn. 210-12X-7 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!! 24x30 bungalows, $3,144, erected on foundation or bnnomonl hom«. Other sizes, styles. Your plan* or ours. Frne delivery 100 ml. Standard construction. Not prefivb. Best dry lumber. Visit Kahnlng Supply, Watorvllln, Minn. Open 8-5 (No Sundays) 22R-'.'x-« WANTKIV Nti\n with rnr to Rive <fl XAliiplnx n clny for J,"rt flO n \ve«i|«. Wrltn P. O. \\a\ S7MK. Kulher- vllle. 222-12-2 SALK Kcil f|ov»>r hsy, I V'-vn Jullux. l>h 4A\Vt. In FOK SAIJC- TrsxH^f tifitl** 1 , t'orn IMcr««n <'«>> h" » (W.I !<oii(h tO(K or rail MM. «n at rOU HAl.K f»-tt. rviuvx Mitr<)u«(- <•• r*ftiKf>ri\tor. r«i'«l only 4 monMm. I'h. WJ7 Kiank B'lftwr. 22B-2WO SALK Op->lt * Ph. Want To WANT TO HUY • liny rni-lt. I'h. 7.17. Arnold Ho»;nn«on. 224-3-20 Personal AS.SOHTKn COLD PLATK InrUl- d!i\): hum. KunttmT H(iu«ncc, di>'>'- «c. hnnl tiotli'il «'KK. toninto. potn- to Hrtlnd nriil rold rlnw, coffi'n, (MX- MAIO LUNCH 2M-1-4 FOR HALR-t^illo'* »t»" 14 Brown t\>wUoy Hlnok »>Ut. Ph. UWW. FOK SALR for tt.W Ph. Hocklnd. 359-4.10 KOH SALK -- Hprtnn frl««. Vrra Julius. I'h. 4R\V7. 22a.4.x.ll) FOR SALE"-Two-l>«droom modern liouso. Priced for quick Hair. Kl- mo Hartlemnn. PI). 1M3W. 224-B-8 I WOULD like to thnnk nil my frli-nil" for their Uinilt<i'n« clmlru; my ri'feiu UlneHn. H wan npprr- olated very ntuch. Mrn. .Sieger Plnntlnu. ' 22«-lx-4 ON HAND Chicks, 1 to 4 wnelm old. Pullets straight run and mules In 7 weeks. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa 2I3-tf-7 Mr. Farmer! PROMPT COURTEOUS SrRVICt IN REMOVAL OF YOUR DJAD CRIPPLED OR DISEASED STOCK LUAN SANHARY TRUCKS fALl OUR AGJNT FOH SALK -700-ncrn farm 35 mllen from St. Paul, 450 IHTPH under cultivation. Larjt" modern home, (1 years old, 2 large barns, S Ini'Re fiiioK. C.ood loam noil for alfalfn, corn and oatx. flood location for alfalfa dehydrntor. On railroad xldlnjr on filrm. fart of crop Included at $100 per acre. CharleH Henderson, HI niton Htock Farm, Route 3, New Richmond, WlB. 224-3X-R WK'VR SAID IT. you've read It. I'Tna Konni topn for clennlni; IURH and upholntrry, Mnrtln Furni- tun-. Loans and Ins. ARMSTRONG DOLLIVEK ESTHERVILLE GRAETTINCER SUPERIOR 1ERRIL WAUINGFORD Phone 700 Estherville . Rendering Service IAH1 TUlUt DRIVtR 22R-1-7 DEAD STOCK WANTED 2-Hour Service ESTHERVILLE 1350 DOLLIVEU ....OPERATOR SUPERIOR OPERATOR WALLINGFORD 80 WE PAY PHONE CHARGES Farmers' Rendering Service Branch of Algona nendcrinf; Co. FOR SALE Nnnrly new 2-bmlroom homo, L. R., 1). U.. kltchon. l>«th, KtiH licnt, liot wntir hooter, wn- tcr Hoftcni-r. Good loc/tllon. R1DOUT REAL KSTATK Ph. lOftO or nril), 220-1-8 CASH LOAN8 $(50.00 - - $380.00 nnd up on your Hit-nature, nuto or fnrnlUiri'. Ht'tmy In unmll monthly nmountM. Our m-rvloc U prompt. Phono «r come In! IOWA GUARANTKK. Inc. Don't "jrfit ftlonK 1 " with oUt-(iuth- loned llRhl nxtur**. 8«-U«;t ihi modern Xfo* 1 futures ti-enl nullfd t» t'very room. 01.SON ELECTUIC RERV1CK lit 8. «th St. 224-0-10 KOK SALE — Api»rtm<mt-«li* B»I* (ttftve. Kxcellrnt condition. T*h. IMOJ. M4-3x-tO KOK HALE Keifln* Upright v»i'- uum nweepcr, $« Portabtr wiwh- Inc machine, JIS. fr*!2 rUjir pad, S4. Ph. 127TW. FOR SALE UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE STORY AND ONE- HALF HOME Outataiullni; fiiiituri-B nueh IIH these nillUeH llllll home one of the bent tmy» on Hie miirket, 1. Large living room with un« wnll o«in|»l«tuly mliToreil. 2. Full ImHernent with poured •ronrretu walls, 3. Heiailiful birch woodwork nnd hitrdwood floom. 4. Lni'Ke iua«ti'r In droom downHtnlrH. ,';. UpHtuli-H flnlwhed In knotty pine with three built-in beilH. (i. Well eMtahltHhe<l Incnllon unit lii-iiiitifillly ltind.ieii|[)e(l. Be sure to see this home immediately. CALL 1400 or 210 RAY AGARD For Sale Red TaK HpeeialH—f'liarconl $2.10; TennlH rneketn, \VII>«jn. |D,2n; Tcni\lH biillN, Wllnon, (pneked), :t for $2.L'(I. WKSTICHN Al?T() ASHOC, STORK KOI I WALK (l-ft. I'hlleo rcfrlKfrn- tor, altiuint new. Cnlnrir <1n» ranite. almnnt new, l f rlo«>il to Hell. See at \S'. 122 3rd As-e. M. KOK HALK HprlriK J1.25. I'h. 21KIfl. mi'k. fllen. Hremieil MTH, I.^-o I>o- 220-2x-10 KOU HA Win. H. ': -LnrK" Johiviton. elect rlf f«n. I'h. iJM. 220-2*-ID otm nto RALR will continue through July 4 week. Itnrgnln prltf"* on many Items Kood for hoHd&y or rvi«ry- duy. HtTHl'LUH HTOHK JJ.t 3-H) {••Oil HALE While Hock frle^, i Ib*, KiU hrn*. Mrs. Haymonil Hpoo. 23F5Z. 23*-t-lO RAWLKU5II I'RODUCTfl. K, T. Ilniimnnn. Ph. 363J. 3<MMO M1TCJIKLL Air ConUlttoniT. World'* ftnmt room nil 1 condt- t loner. KxrlujilviR evaporator >!<?- nlKn tlmi Incorporate* 34 tube*. Micro-filter-—09.0 per «int Ing. HICIDKE ELECTTUC FOH HAMS — t;»«l New (U treiulln ncwIriK machln". condition. Vanco Crlm, J'h. IOWT FOR HALF, (iooil UMi-il Idle Ho»ir viicuum L'leaitei. Ph. 1M.1W. 22«-2x-lO ~" LIVlNflHOOM HI7ITKH Very itoo'l m lert Inn »( new KUllen. r i :iH(inul)ly pi Iced HANHOHN KUHNITUMK , Fourth of July Weekend Special One Half Gallon la 1 Crcarn (any flavor) 79^ July 4, 5 nnd fi CLARK'S HARDWARE AND GAS Wnllfngford, Iowa Merlin Clark, Prop. Bob Wilson, Driver 22B-1-7 There will be a Service School GRUVER SCHOOL, TUESDAY, JULY 1 A factory representative will be present to explain the operation and maintenance of the Case A-0 Combine. —Everyone interested in cordially invited— B and B Implement AUCTION l(i(j Aero Farm 4',j miles southeast " of .ShPi'bum Monday, July 7 For description write Walter Carlson Realtor and Auctioneer Triumph, Minnesota 'H 20% OFF Straw Hats $1.56- $J.96 Chapman's Clothing As low an $1.56 Genuine 1'iinamns 11 GET 6 FOR 5 All this wi'ck \vc you six gallons of Super Quality Ctwk's Hou<u> Paint for tlio prire of five K-'llons! HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: WE SERVICE Phone 197 WHAT WE SELL Estherville 226-1-7 6 Gallons of Cook's Houi* Paint, or Supcrwhito Primer, or combination**j mm totaling 6 gallons, @ $5,79 . . . *J4*/4 LESS ) Gallon given with purchase of g m^ 5 gallons 5«f T • wo w Oftty,., '28.95 JOYCE LUMBER CO. 201 Central Phone 244 23*4-14

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