Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 30, 1952 · Page 8
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Estherville, Iowa
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Monday, June 30, 1952
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-—Local Iflarkets- Soybeans in Price Drop Soybeans wore down a penny per bttshel today while corn %vas a ^nny higher on the local grain market. Produce prices were unchanged. GRAEN Old corn <1.67 New corn $1.62 Soybeans $2.97 Oata (86 Ib.i.) 72fi ITfljc . J3.70 ' Orbvea Qratn Company Qniveri Huntington. Maple HiU Sweat cream - 74c No. 1 ~ 72c No. 2 70c Henneries ...3Cc No. 1 2»c No. 2 - 2U Straight run 20: Springs, 2% lbs. and up 22e Keiia, under 4^6 lbs. I4c Hena, 4% lbs. and over 16c Heavy coota 10c Leghorn, leghorn cross eocka —8o Sioux City Livestock Sioux City livestock market quo- tatlona; Sioux City, Juno 30 ff—Cattle salable 6,300; calves 22S; slaughter steers under 1100 lbs. and most heifers ,(alrly active, fully steady; few bids steers over 1100 lbs. high choice and better little changed; others matured steers slow; cows mdtftly steady; stockers and feed- era-steady to strong; good and cbciico in best demand; numerous saiea .choice fed. steers 30.60-32.60; some held higher; commercial and good 26.^29.60; few soles choice heifers $3'l,-932; commercial and good $25-28.50; utility and commercial cows 18.60-$22; most canners and cutters $14418; some light canners below $13; medium and good stock 8lwer8 429-$20; mostly choice 616,lb .,w .eigbta $83. Hogs salkble S,600; moderately active; ac«mt/supply choice 1 and 2 barroWs and gilts generally uniform,'* fully steady with last Friday's best selling to order buyers; general market around 26-00 lower thanlthat day's best selling,.fully steady/with, close; choice 1 and 3 barrows and gilts around 190-240 lbs. 20,60-21,28; latter for several decks choice uniform, mostly No. I's around 200-226 lbs. 260-270 lbs. i9.elO-20JtO; 280 to around 310 lbs. 18.6O>19,&0; some around 326 lbs. $18; scattering 170-185 lb. barrows and gilts $20-20.26; some medium quality light weights 18.60; good and choice 100-160 lb. $18-18.50 on feeder and serum account; choice sows under 360 lbs. 17.60418; few choice light weights 18.25-18.60; 360^ Ibsr'16.75-16.60 ; 400-476 lbs. 16.25417;; some around 600-650 lbs. 16.50-$18, Doctor Protests Condition of Highway 30 MechanicsviUe. la., JP—A Me- chnnlcsvllle doctor has protested to Oov. WlUtam S. Beardsley that the condition of highway 30 near here has been n factor in a scries of auto accidents in recent weeks. Dr. E. H. Llttig said he called the governor Sunday to hting the matter to this attention after two more accidents had occurred. The governor was out of the city, but an aide said he wuld notify the state safety commission on the situation. Dr. Llttlg added. The doctor said the highway recently waa 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 rood. Five persons were injured, three of them requiring hospitalization in two separate auto accidents cast 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 last two weeks and the sheriff's office has reported ifour accidents. It's Easy to Place Your Classified ad-Call 333 Automotiv* u FOR TIRE HILEAOB have ua switch 'tires and check wheel alignment to help cut down tire wear. THOMAS MOTORS 226-3-U FIRESTONE SLASHES PRXCBS during big July 4th Tire Sale. Firestone Champions, Reg. $14.60 —Sale $11.95 (Sice 6.00-16, exchange plus tax.) Other sizes proportionately low. ' FIRESTONE STORES 2254-11 WE RAVE specialists, factory trained, for distribytora. carburetors, ignition system, front ends and general overhaulhiK. HENAMAN MO'TOB CO. 226-^11 FOR SALE—1947 Four-door Hudson, in good condition. Mrs. Ben Perkins. Ph. 629J. 2244X-11 Twin Teachers Wed Twin Farmers Hot Springs, Ark. Iff)—Twin 31- year-old school teachers Margaret and Elizabeth inch of Jonesboro met twin 39-ycar-old farmers Elvin and Melvin Dameier of Lena, III., at an international twin convention two years ago. The Damelcrs were co-presidents of the group and the inches were chosen the most identical twins in the nation at the 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 house at Lena. LET US take care ot your automotive needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makea. Bee «is. Robinson .Motors "Pontlac" 8tta and Central Ave. 327-tf-ll Notices Services PORTABLE RADIOS REPAIRED Experience aind training have no substitute. Eathen-iUe Radio, lltH N. 6th, Ph. 2«. 224-6-9 W>R FREE PICKUP and delivery, Pb. 49. P & O Cleaners. 30e-tf-9 BOTTLE OAS SALES-SERVICE Installatlans ~ Regulations BILL'S CORNER, Fb. 49J61 lBl-tf-9 Jobs Wanted rrsTOM BAi>iN<; New Holl.ind \\\ro b.-»l<>.«. Will pull trnllerji. I nil. W. nnj N. | of Eslhervilliv Don EgolnnJ. I'h. 22B Superior 6KS rollort. ?Ofi nOx-3' CamMBlBS the vnMllcsiar sad Mpubtieaa. [ For Rent For Sale It Farm sn,i i>rtiM-i|>«i M.iiidari. Mon., .Iiinr SO. 195*2 5, KBi*r *4 u tacwta rtou maiur 0«. 1. 1*10 St tb* vattoinM at KMaw rill*, lows, mdw tb* Mt m Hsrea ». I are RKFIXI.<»H your own floor* at Mia Rnvlns*' H.-nt .i liiKb-«p'"<-<1 floor Kundrr from \V.->ril< MONTOOMKUY \VAHr> Kitlli-i vill.'. ln\v« FOR nAl.F. Onf 45 h.r m'tAl hoir trft\fT 4 inilivt-|-.i»l <-onpreti« hoff tfrtifir*. Onr I'li.-vrol't rvHndoe hrail with valv- amrmbty I 'h -.IT" ot »,-<• .M F. Hii.-k\h« r.^»l') nCTBRaON^ Radiator Borvlce, Just east of Vandys, 1714 C«Btn4. BxporloBCod In aU typoo radiator npatr. lMWf-» $2.00 Opens a Hopalong Cassidy Savings Account Accounts opened by July 5 will draw interest from July 1 2% Interest Payable Semt-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 226-4-6 NAME ADDRESS PHONE TIME OR DATE TO CALL .. Montgomery Ward Eslhci-vtlle, Iowa Announcing Opening City Cab Company Phone 340 Local and Long Distance Service 35^ for one passenger 10^ for each additional Anywiiere in Estiierville 'Wiiliam Hansen, Jr., Prop. Hansen 66 Service, 221 Central Ave. Chicatto i4ve»tock Chicago, Hogs started the new week today at prices which were steady with last week's closing rise. Receipts were about normal for the datr and season. Cattle and ahcep were steady to 60 cents higher In an active trade through most of the list. SVPERIOR Vacation Bible t School Closes With Program BY MRS. T. M. HOCGE The Vacation Bible school closed Its two week'SiSCtsslon with a picnic on the school pounds Friday and prograni Sunday evening. '' Mrs., Peterson gave a report on the school,'^ The theme of the summer course was "Greater Heights," The hlgb^l,.^ay, enrollment was 84 And avetjurPs.attendance wa^, 7tf4!. Due to cntckeh pox and o^her hap- penlnt;«>ttebdance dropped during the two'weeK*. It was held under tjbo supi^stim ot the. Rev. and. Mrs. Peterson and teachers, Mes- damea Coyne Ruswll. Qeorge Russell, Harold^ Graff, Art Eauritson, LeDaa{ifl:.,OMitirve, Bob Gibson, OwtBtf flbow and Misses . Muriel Perkins and Mbrdelle'Show. It waa tbo largest enrollment in the three . years of-Bible school, A toUl of 9t3M waa taken in collection at the program and will be semt to missions. 'The {^rot^am, ipislstod «t numbers by all the grades. 4 sword,'drill was w;en by JBvaJy? Hougci.; A prico waa given bcr, •'f Superior FenwMlii. . Dr. and Mrs. William Cook ot Vinneapolts were guests in the boms Qf^Mff .IliMSW-'llev. and Mrs, «h>wai'd^t^«^m^Mit'tamity. 1 Mr. and' Mrs, tlobept Olson of ituscatlne spent tha week end in tibe parentftl H E. Olson homo, Mrs. H. E. Otopn spent several days last week attending the postmaster's convention at Des Moines. Mr, and Mrs, Jack Reed and sons and Mrs. C. T. Stuard picnicked at tbo A. Reed home at Arnolds Park, Mr. and .Mrs. Oari Plautii and bbildfen called in the Tborben Houffo home Sunday after spending the "4 ^y with her lather, .;paoni|UUi Husqnollor'.of Jac}ca9nL.Mtiiilkv,. . . — '"'H/V, Miner attend- 'toea Mrs. Stan- tVatarioo, Tuesday, and Mr*. Raymond Hasbrook ot B»t»>orvUle, Mr. ii«l,.Mrs. Le»»l» JoKjMon.-XoufaeHasm Jimmy an^>«usan were dinner guesU in thj» A. C-iBrlngle home Sunday in ^ and Mrs. Kerrolt Orulitka .•on. returned I borne from » * «lM *° ^«*"*'* rlM OlMai Md J^^^^ 226-1X-6 Sport Slants Roster Deadline for Iowa State League Is July 5 BY W. H. L. Iowa State League'teams must, cut their team rosters to 15 players by July 6, according to league rules, at present it appears that only the Carroll Merchants will have to do any prutjing to meet the dcflidUne. All other clubs are either carrying 16 men, or less, although we don't know the strength of Wall Lake, Carroll has 18 players currently on Iti roster including seven pitchers, Esthervllle 13 with five fllngers. 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 Hilt, John Kurtt, AI Lenskt and Oick Reifler. Inflclders Bob Miller, Dick Colloton, Tom Stenger, Leo Schluetcr, Don Waldron and Outfielders Jack Patchctt, Albie Pearson and John Ewaniak. We heard thot Rex Vana, S. U. I. outfielder, may be added to the Legionnaire squad. • • • Carroll currently has Manager Tom S^han and Marvin Keln- rlchs, catchers;'' Denny Rinaldi, Wayne Paige, Eddie French, Bob Urda. iMu Jeaniagt. Bob Oettlng and a new filhgor, Lefty Rledesel from S, U, I., pitchers; Billy Hayes, Clayton Johnson, Sam Esposito and Jimmy Decker, Infieldcrs; Sam Bo- drosian, BUI Evans, Bob Estabrook and John Rennlcko,. outfielders; and Jim HulseSua, utility.' »--«'<• On Spencer's roster are catchers Al Horn and Frank Marnvlno, pitchers Ron Unke, Hal Raether, Bob iSokert, Jim CUbbons and Stow Maokio: infieldera, Bob Cole, X. C, Wise, Bill Stengsr and Gene Eck- erti outfielders Hugh Wise, Stan Maieo and «ob Wo)ff altbqugh the loi.te.r ta^aa been plaxlng spme at lirst base wilb ^e ot the catchers -operating in the outlield. The Rod Sox raster at present blui Jim mmm Vel^nd <tit« plate, Uu Roain and Bob Ketohel) for mound duty, Bart Sartkowikl, Qua I!re«inM, Mike-Baiettotwr, and Qpr- dia^'WiUiei iqfifld'erai Jatit Kaley, Bill Duddiair 1^4 Jim Woni' out* ers; Banks, Bridges and McDanicl, outfielders; and Dixon, utility. V v * Clipped from the New Ulm Journal regarding the general feeling In the Western Mlnny league that hired ball teams are on tbo way out: "It Is ridiculous to expect smaller towns In the league to be able to afford an expensive proposition OS a hired baseball club year after year. Another factor which is more in evidence than ever before; tho fans back the team by word of mouth but they certainly don't follow them through the gate. Tho Western Mlnny fans arc getting a hlgh-clBSB brand of basebalt but to keep it they will have to pay for it and they oan't afford it. « « « "So within the next two years your reporter sacs a lot of hometown boys playing on the Western Mlnny teams.. Baseb«}I, in this part of the state has a heritage and It lives up to it as one of the hotbeds of baseball in tho United States. It Is the.highest paid 'amateur* base ball In the nation. You can find a lot of pro ball players up/the ladder who don't get near the salary: many of tbo players do out there. • .* « ^ "However, in your homo-team baseball the fans also got good baseball and there the Interest is more genuine becatiso the boys are ihohie-town lads w^iom the fans all know and have seen grow up. ThU gives them something to go to ^0 ball park for, A hired team has .to win before thay draw a gate and thia year thoae gates haven't been too good." RlngaiCd's baseball team last week was tied for the-top tn tho Jfossuth County league, losing only one contest to date this season, 11 to 9. against St. Joe. IHed with Ringnted for the loop top were Algona K C. and Bancroft V. F. W. * * * Last week's batting records for the Fairmont Martins had Sid J^angston still in aeoond place with B ,348 mark behind Joe Colaslnaki, Langston had 14 RBIs with four l^t^ne, rvHB^. Staa-OfSinB. was .totting .aas a«|d\nmJMtoltutty, .276, Miti»dtih;>f^ Hawm oitr PLUMBING, HEATING INSTALLED Wards will arrange expert Installation of quality plumbing and heating—-nt low cost. Phone, come in or mall 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: n STEEL KITCHEN Sink, Wall, Base Cabinets BATHROOM OUTFIT Tub, Lavatory, Closet CONVERSION BURNERS Gas, Oil FURNACES Gas, Oil, Coal • FAHM KK.r.MIlS You'll find 111! uniti rluls ymi nro<l hrro fnr ol cfih-.. jrati's. fiM-m tmiMiiiL-s \V.- stock Inr^,- lint- ul' h:»i(hv;^ri' SUpillli'C Sri- IK' YOUR KENCINn NKKIt.'« Creosoli- lint* :iful :>ti( hoi now In Httirk Also linuli'il fiin- plies fii'ld [i-ni-.-. biirtii'il win-, steel pofits. Ci'l our |i|lot'»' Phon,> 4<\V^. F.stlMMWlli- COMMAN'OKK Kl.KVATOHS Huntington W K. Si-cninnn. Mcr. 226-2-7 FOR SAl.K 10 spcmoa bnuiil soW5 lo fnnow first Wi-ck In S,'i'l>ni- ber. Kr.-tnk Klin^li.ll. P- nill.'« north of OiuviT. 22(1-2-7 CUSTOM BAl.lNt! wllh ti:iilir». New Hcill.nnd I'll. OFB. HiiroUl Dnvi-nport. 226-2-7 I or « 4»»s a« fM Tlu>«t *»»» t« sar rnur days . a« psi woea FTri dsrs _ tl« ft «w*a DM w«»b — IS* per iwra Ks«h siMlUoaai dsy . ae p«T wora MwlmoB sa SOe. RstM tr» p*r eoBMCutlv* IsMrtloas at MBM aa. aisMiriM ads an CAOii wrm ORDER BookkMplna cbmm ut t»« for oredlt. AOe eosm it r»- »nw ar* t*k»B t>r Uaitr ntwi asa l»e u ehmrtra If a>l nrrirt *d4i«M or pIMM number but act a4T«niMrs a4 utert iboma rbttm leu !• UM first uaw yon ny.ST Kith.TMll,- niiKln,-iii l>iiilillnt> III I'll l.'srW 221'. .K ^ OUsstCIM lh«tr advart UM>r appaar and rtpor. aar •rnir *t MK* aa M allowaaciM oaa anar tba nnt Sale Calender FOR SALE 15 m-ros of ri^tl olovcr. ^ ml. Houlh of ("JiiiviT. .1. 1, Brown. 7.115 225-2-7 FOR SALE V(irrlnjil.'(l fi-i'dcr pigs. l-i\\vionci> (Iroi'nfli'UI, S\vi-n City, lown. 22.V3X-7 226-3-9 lO-l- OLIVER 70 6 Sp.'odH Ahvny.s n .wnmrn deni nt VIKINO MOTORS Mn.s.spy Hnrris-Ollvi'r l-^thervlUo, lown 22.V2-7 HOG HOUSES, brooder hovisi>», corn or Krnin stornRe, mnchino sheds—we have iniilorlivls for nil types of farm hulUllnBS. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 22-t-3-7 TOP CASH PRICES FOR YOUR EGGS, cream nnd pouUrj-. Floijk culling service. Phone 91 for latest produce quotations. P. G. r.RAY 224-.1-7 SALE rALENDAR Mondnv, .luly 7 160 A. fixrm. write for di-scrlptlon to Wnller Cnrlson. Triviniph, MInnosoln. VT>n IIE.VT 2 m.ini fiirnUhrd apt Rrlt<<r for !tlnKl>' worWinir jn'oplo Ibnn i-oiipl<> IMi US.! WVsl j:tl vour fi»%i)rll» fXoxf H\SltKnH U'F. iHKAM CO At So FOR RENT niodrrn Mr'< 224 If .'^ Sn\i«ll hnti»,' All H.-Ulko Ph «S7\V I •— I tMlliniNS TAVK JtrUAYF.R.*! 2*^: !»n.l .T, s«U, U .95 up K.-4T»tKHVn.I,F: HAJtrtWARK 23».1-10 FOR RENT Tjirt.-.- iinfurnlnh^l downtown iipnrlmene \\'hg,-n'i« 1 •lions HH. 25<Vtf-5 FOR RENT Nle(> one rtvom or lwt>-roon\ fiirnlnbi-d iipnrtmont nose In. Ph M7 Slftlf 8 mimmr-r wash toodt -pi- pa<>(«>t n».ron fiUll*», nr^r^ »iirk,^r«, rlr VnhK* tO 1*f: yd .Spr.-lal ihl« \\*fk at 3 >-d». It 00. KIII.KR.M VAl.fE STORK 2W-3-10 In FOR RENT Niep (wo room «|w»rt- menl. Clone In. Th. (1.19 21T-tf-a FOR RE.S*T--3-room modern apartment nbove Olft Osnlen. 119S N. «th Ht. I'h. SOa or M. Mt-tf-6 Real Esfote a-RROROOM home I. R. kllrhrn. nltnihi'd KiirnKi", utility room. 1.<'I UK show vovi this onr. ESTllERVll.LK REALTY 22«-l-« FOR .SALK ."V-room bousn nnd * lots. $5,600. 5lb Avr. N. I'h 1073J. A. J. Anderson. 23fl-3x-« FOR SALE - Thrrt'-rooni modern house on .S. llth. 10x24 fool Ka- rnKc I'h. 1179W. 22«-6x-H aOOn MINNESOTA FARM BUYS CAROL BROCKMAN, Realtor Ceylon, Minn. 226-3-R BLESSED EVENT? Tiien see us for Birfh Announcements Prompt Service Estberville Daily News Nortliwest Iowa's Largest . Printing Plant 226-.'l-9 Entertainment TRUE'UFE STORY James Stewart takes the role of "Carbine Williams" Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at tho Grand theater, 226-e-l Air Conaitioned Married Couples' Nite TUESDAY, JULY 1 Regular SItating Wed. Fri. Sat. Cliildren Under 12 Va price Sat Matinee Skdteland 226-2-1 Patrolman Resigns Des Moines t^—The resignation of William Evans, state liigh- way patrolman stat|onod at Atlan tic was announced todny by Pu trolman Chief S. N. Jeaporsen. Evans quit to enter the insurance' business in Pottawattamie county, He had been a patrolman sineo 1938. FOR SALE -B.nli'd hn.v. iilfalfii or clover. Bnling now. Win' tli-d bales. Jens ERelnnd, Ph. 16V."0. 221 -0X -7 SWATHERS FOR SALE 8 foot loft nnd right bond. Opens field OS easy os with n mower. Delivers swath to center. Must have trnctor with wide front nnd. I'AUUSON MACHINE SHOP Ph, 6331 Round Lake. Minn. 216-12:<-7 ON HAND Chicks, 1 to 4 weeks old. Pullets straight run and males In 7 weeks. HAMILTON HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa 213-tf-7 IMMEDIATE DKIAVERY'.I 34x30 bungalows, (3,144, erected on foundation or basement homa. Other sliea, styles. Your plana or r>urs. Free delivery 100 ml. Standard construction. Not prefab. Beat dry lumber. Visit Fohnlng Supply, Watervllle, Minn. Opim R-S (No Sviiuliiysl 226 -2X -K Help Wanted FOn HALE An. rviu«<< Marqu't- ti> rrfrlir.irator. V'».>d oaly 4 months. Ph. .HJT Kiank BariMr. m-Sx-tO HELP WANTKO Kltolim tiiwl.t nnt nt Esthrrvltio Coiintrv riiih I'h. mwj 226 .^-2 WANTED- .Man with rnr lo jrlve 45 samples n dnv for IMftn « wiMik Writs P, O. Box S7MK, Kuthrr- vlllo. 222 1 2-2 Want To Buy WANT TO »l)Y - Hay mek Ph 7J7. Arnold XoKiinson 224-3-30 Personal FOR SALE 'I'wo-ti(!<lroom iiiodi-rn hoiisp. Priced for qulek snli-. Elmo B«rtl<.ninn. Ph. 1523\V. 224-6-8 FOR SALE 700-iicrp farm 36 miles from St. Piiul, 460 m-res undrr eultlvntlon. l.Ar(fo modern honK", fi yciiis (dd, 2 InrRe burns, 3 Inrgr HlloK. Oood lonm soli for nlfnlfii, corn nnd onls. Cood locution for iitfiilfn clc!iy<!rntor. On rnllrond Midlnu on fill m. Piirt of crop In- cludi'd «l $JIM3 pi>r niTr. Cbnrles Henderson, SIrnlon .Stock Fnrm, Route 3, Now RInhmgnd, Wis. 224-3X-8 AHSORTKH rOLH PLATE Inrlti dini; hnni. sumiuoi saUsOKi-, rtin- s<'. hard liolird I'lfK- loninio, (Mitfl to sslfld anil cold risw, coffi>,<. ftOi' nu'Trii MAin i-t'Nrii 22« 1-4 I WOtrt.n llkr to thsnk nil my frli>nds for Ihrlr Ulndm's* duiinu my rpe,-ni lllni'iM. It wns npprr cltttrd vi<rv mui'h. Mrs. SI,*Ki'r Plnntlnc ' 32*-lx 4 WE'VE SAIll IT. yoiivK faA It Finn Knnni tops for cli-nnlnK ruRS nnd npholstrry Mnrtin Fiirnl lure. r .'<l-4-4 Loans and insa 10 Mr. Farmer! PRO^APT COURTCOUS blKVICt IN REMOVAL OF YOUR D2AD CklPPLLD OR DISEASED STOCK LltAU SANIIAMY IHUCKi fAU OUP AGfNT ARMSTRONG DOLLIVEk £S1H£RVILL£ GRAtniNGER SUPERIOR Phone 700 WA! I INGFORD tsthervllle . Rendering Service I A HI tUlIll OPIVtR 226-1-7 DEAD STOCK WANTED 2-Hour Service ESTHBRVILLE ....1360 DOLLIVEIl ....OPERATOR SUPBRIOR _. OPERATOR WALLINGFORD -.80 WD PAY VkotiK CHARGES Farmers' Rendering Service Brai|Cb of Algona Rendering Co. i Ji^ Wilson, Driver 226 1 7 FOR SALE IVenrly new 2-bedroom home, L R., n. R.. kitchen, bfith, (tns bent, hot wnter heater. w»- tiT soflenor. Uood locnllon. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Ph. lOftO or 1751^ 226-1-8 FOR SALE UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE .STORY AND ONE- HALF HOME OutstiindlnK fmilurcs Hueh ns lln-er miiki'H this lumi<- uur ol Ibi- brst buys on Iho niurkol. 1. L!ir«o Uvlnjf room with one Willi rompliitely mlrrori-d. 2. Full Imsi-mrni ulth poun-d ooncroto walls. 3. Honullful birch woodwork tin<l hiirdwood floors. 4. LiirKo mostor b< droom itownHtalrs. ,"). Upstiilrs finlshod In knotty lilno wllh Ihn-e bullt-ln beds, 6. Wi-ll rnlHhIlshed lorntlun nnd Ix'tiutlfully landnciirMwI. Bo sure to sec tills lionif immediately. CALL 1400 or 210 RAY AGARD 22.V1 « 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-6 Combine. —Everyone l«tere«ted in wpdlaUy-invited— 6 #rid 6 WE SERVICB WHAT enriant 3M-V7 AUCTION 160 Acre P'arm 4'/j miles southotist of Sherlnirn Monday, July 7 For description write Walter Carlson Realtor and Auctioneer Tiiumph, Minnesota 226-1-3 CASH LOANS $60,00 $260 00 nnd up on your slKniiture, nuto or furnllurn. Reimy In small monthly amounts. Our aorvice is prompt. Phone or romr In! IOWA OUARANTEK. Inc. 226-3-16 For Sale Rod Tag Hporinis-rhnrioaj Bflll, $2.10; Tennis rnrk-ls, Wilson, $6 25 Tennis bnll*. Wilson, ipiteked) 3 for $2.'Jfl. WEHTERN At'TO A.SSOC STORE '22«-tf-10 FOR HALE a ft Plilleo rrfrlK'ra tor, ttlnuist now. Cnlorli- (Ins riinifo, alniOKl now. Prirod lo soil. Hoc nl W 122 3rd AVB. .S, 226-6-10 FOR HALE Hprlnif filo,. Orossod $1.28. Ph. 21Fia Mrs. l,4o Do mek. 326-2X-10 FOR BALE l,nri{o Wm. H. Johnston. olrrtric fan Ph, 914. 226-2)1-10 FOR SALEOood usod Idlti Hour vncuum cloiinoi, I'h. lOdSW. 2262X-I0 LIVI.NC:ROOM HUITEH Vory Kood silorllon of now sullos tonsonahly pi lend. HANHORN FURNITURE 226-3 10 I --OR HAI.K Rod t'lovrr hay, fi.-l.l Vnrn Julius I'h 4«Wr 2».»«-tO FOR HAIJ: Trilloi hoano. Mr* Corn IV|rr»«in Cac b.. msn al IM Hoiith lOth or fall MTW FOR SALE .I', «o 4 lb. spring fries Ed Opolt Ph, MWe. 238-2x10 FOR SALE lj»dle-» star M Brown Cowboy Hlsfk suit. Ph. tmW. FOR BALK CapoDvita far rrtea. l>raMad and dehwratf. $\M ««rh. Ph. .lAIXtl. Mf». Dawey Horkln«. lat ^tO FOR RALE — Hprtng fria* Varn Julius. Ph. 4«»X 33S-«a-IO OlJ>-FASinONKDr r>on't "get along'" with old faah- lunod light (Ixtursa. 8 *Uet tho modem Moe flxlurea «>esl suited to ovory room. OIJtON ELBCTRIC »«RVXCK 111 8. 6th St. 324-3-to FOR SALE -- Apariment-slaa gaa stovo. Excellrnt condition. Ph. IMOJ. m-ta -lO FOR HALE-ReRina upright war- uum swooper, la f^ortahle wash- Ine ninrhlno. $ift. »xl3 tMS pad, $4. Ph. IJ77W. 334-3-10 OI;R nin RALE WlU ronllnuo through July 4 wook, Rarirain prleoa on many llomn Bood for holiday or rverv- diiy, Hl'RPLtm KTORE 23J310 FUR HAI.E Whlto Roek frlos, 4 lbs. Fill hrns. Mrs. Raymond H |«)0. '.'21^82. 33*-4-l0 RAWLEIcjfC PRODUCTB. E. T. Raiimann. Ph. 363J. 30-tt-lO MITCHELL Air Conditioner. World'a fineat room air e«hd^ tloner. Excluaive avaporalAr d»slim thai Inoorporatea 34 tnbaa. Mlero-fllter--M .9 par «ant acrem- ln«. HRIDKE ELECTRIC 301 -tf-lO FOR RALE - Used Nsw Hoy* nl treadle aewtnc machine, Coa4 condition. Vanca Crim, Pb. irWT 231-U-lQ ,Four+h of July Weekend Special One Half Gallon Ice Cream (any flavor) 79* July 4, ft nfid 6 CLARK'S HARDWARE AND GAS Waningford, Iowa Merlin Clnrlt, Prop. 20% OFF Straw Hats A« low as $1.56' Genuine Panamas Chapman's Closing VjilhfrvilU. m-t-iQ GET 6 FOR 5 All this weolt \V(» Rive you six Rallons of Super Quality Cooic's Hou«> Paint for the price of five KaIlon.sf HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: 6 Gailont of Cook't Houu Piint, •# Sup«rwhil« PrinMr, or cofnWMtion#^ j mm fotaling 6 9«Non«, @ $5.79 . . . *J4*## LESS 1 OaHon givon with purchMt «l • m 5 gatlont a 3»f y • m m my. .. ^2195 JOYCE LUMBER CO. 201 Central P****"*

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