Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on July 2, 1952 · Page 3
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'fWill you ffo into the water, Miss? We're trying tb clew the beach for • few minuted" . THESE WOMEN —Loco/ Markets — Corn Cent Down; Beans er ''? Corn . closed one .cent lower to- J, day, oats were steady and soy- C- beans advanced a cent. Cream prices were a cent up., GRAIN Old corn ....................... . ................ $1.66 ••' New corn ................... ... ................ $1.62 Soybeans ......; ............ ... .................. $2.96 Oats (36 Ibs.) . ............ . .................... 73c «•»"•-'•; ...-...-.....- ............... :.: ............. -$3.70 r '.-, OrftVM drain Company / Orator, HunUnfton, Maple Hill Sweet cream ......... ..... . ................... 75c Ndv^ i "....:. ..... i ..... '. ...... ....:...: ...... .' ......... 73c No*^2':.^:.::..:.i ................. .-....:.::. .......... 7ic Henneries .';.;. ..... I....... ...................... 37c ..... ;.':.::....^;...'...... .......... 29a ...-...;.:J....«.'....^ .............. 292 8ptlng5?'2 V£ Ibs. .and up .. __________ 22c Hens, 'under. '4%t ibi'. :..... ........ : ..... 12c Hens, 4%'';''ib's; and" over ...... '...... 15c Heavy - coclw ............:..... .............. 10c Leghorn, leghorn cross cock* _.8c Sioux City , Livestock ity, July 2 IP — Cattle sal- ,«(6pj: .'caives . 25; slaughter steers^ and heifers uneven, largely Wrbhgi'^itH^uH'clo^ie'Tuesdaj', or about steady With average; cows Sl6vr^..barely; -gtieady; stockers and feeders mainly steady; several sal- es/chbiiie fed steers 30.50-$32; choice 107$' Ib; ;yearHngs 32.26 ; commercial and good $26-29.SO; short load mostly high 'Choice 1000 Jb. heifers 32.50; c|»ice ,'1000 Ib. mixed steers and heifers, 32.25; commercial and good heifers $25-28.80; utility and commercial 'cows $1^-21.50; few $22; majority canncrs and cutters $14$17; some light canhers around $13; medium, to good, stock steers $26$29; fleshy 800 Ib. steers on feeder account, $31. Hogs salable -7,500; -fairly active; barrows and gilts and sows strong to 25 higher; advance on barrows and. gilts showing mainy on weights aYopnd 280 Ibs. down; choice 1 to 3- barrows and gilts around 190-240 Ibs. 20.50-20.75; one small lot choice K«. 1, light weights 29.85; packer limit 20.50; medium and mixed weight choice offerings under 240 Ibs. 19.50-20.25; some unfinished light lights down to around .160 Ibs. $1818,50; around 240 Ibs. to 270 Ibs. 19.50-20,75: 270-300 Ibs. 18..75-19.75; few iQts, around 310-325 Ibs., $1818,50;, .some around 36,0 Ibs. 17.50; s«rum pigs lacking reliable outlets at $15 and down, choice sows around 360 Ibs. down 17.25-J8.25; few choice light weights 18.50; 360400 Ibs. 16.50-17.50; 400-450 Ibs. 16.2516.75; few around 525 Ibs. 15.50. Chicago Livestock Chicago IP —Live hogs turned steady to mostly 25 cents a hundred pounds higher today. Cattle recovered swiftly in a steady to 75 cents higher trade on a deep cut in supplies. Sheep were steady. Taft Denies He Influenced Barring TV Chicago UP)— Sen. Robert A. Taft denied emphatically today that he influenced the decision of the Republican national committee in barring television from Its hearings on disputed delegations. "I didn't influence the committee in any way," Taft said. "I told Guy Gabrielson (chairman of the national committee) several days ago that whatever the committee decided was all right with me,.that I'd abide by their decision. "After that, they didn't consult me any further on the question." Taft said he felt'yesterday's telegram from Gov. Thomas E. Dewey to the committee "made votes for the anti-television side." Dewey's message urged throwing open the contest hearings to television, and the : words "I advis,e ; .and direct" w'ereTcohtained Th tHe'-'nwjssage. "I can't understand how such a telegram "could have been written," Taft said at his morning news conference. Its Easy to Place Your Classified ad-Call333 Automotive FOR SALE—Used parts from 1940 8-cyllndpr Fontlac. Ph. 1670W. Rny Jncobson. 227-3x-ll FOR TIRE MILEAGE have us switch tiros and check wheel alignment to help cut down tiro wear. THOMAS MOTORS 226-3-11 WE HAVE specialists, factory trained, for distributors, carburetors, Ignition system, front ends and general overhauling. HENAMAN MOTOR CO. 226-6-11 LET US take care of your automotive needs. Bumper to bumper service—all makes. See us. Robinson Motors "Pontlao" 8th and Central Ave. 227-tf-ll ARMSTRONG For Rent FOR RENT—Modern 2-room hou- s<\ 6-rooin house 4 miles no'rth of EsthorvHle. 3-room modern house In DolHver. Simon Frey. Esthorvtllo. 228-6x-« FOR RENT--Thrce-room unfurnished downstairs npnrtment. Ph. 56. 228-2-6 VAI^TED- Spwinp machlno*. nny ntnke. to repair or convert Into electric. Sntl.tfnctlon cunrnn- teed. Bring: sowlnp mnchlno to SANBORNT Ft'RN'ITfRE STORE Isthorvllle Phone 2 FOR RENT—Small modern npart- ment. Rcnsonable rent. Phone EsthorvHle 49J61. 228-8-C SAVE ON Floor Finishing Do th* work yourself with ft sandcr rented from \Vards. MONTGOMERY WARD Esthervllle, Iowa 228-2-6 FOR RENT OR SALE—Three- room house. Automobile. Garrison. 1270J. 227-2.X-6 Kilted by Lightning Ottumwa, la. UP)—Russell Harlan, SS, a farmer living- seven miles west of here, was killed Tuesday when, lightning struck the tractor with which he was cultivating corn. The death was discovered when neighbors noticed his tractor running wild in the field. Raid Moose Lodge Des Moines (If)— The police vice squad broke up a card game at the Moose lodge yesterday, seized $100 in cash and some decks of cards, and filed gambling charges against the four participants. Koreans "Make" Money Tokyo :JP —Four Koreans were arrested today for rtfaking counterfeit U. S. military scrip in downtown Tokyo. Police said 700 bogus $10 bills were confiscated. CROSSWORD ^PUZZLE f our-Foottd Friends Antvm to Prtviout Pu»xl« •OBnONTAI, ilt'M»n'»b«it ' <rf«jd" J 4 young horisc .^V W^^*WW VKKTICAL ^ ICoiUy 2Her«W»c MM S Football fields 4]ntri«ue 5 Spoken/ . • Htnttr ' . If Jails II Distributee again 't cry I Vtnd* ff$(ory Vv_ 10 Bewildered 11 Exploit 17 European: penintula 33 Leather strips on shoe* 4*'QfrmaT) Wng ] H Clutch 21 True skin t , 27 Triteness ' 21 Persian fairy 29 Handle 31 One who cures 33 This - four-footed friend . j provides 'beefsteak 3? Indian 40 Cock's comb 41 Feel 42 Snare 43 Demigod 44 Always V 46 Foot parts 47 Operatic solo 48AnimaJ fat 50 Thus of ., and Andy 3*I»jfUdpnym of Chariec Lamb 40 Tribal * l 41 «vfrla«tinf pack Entertain for Son. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their son, Dick, who was confirmed recently. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Galo Larsen and Corylls, Mrs. Henfcn Pedcrsen and Jill of Grove City. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson and Bernico of Swen City, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Larsen, Norma" Jean and Mary Lou of Ring- stcd, Mrs. Howard Larscn of Anoka, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Larscn and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs, Jens Flint and family of Emmetsburg, Leo Larsen of Ames and Mr, and Mrs. Rueben Larsen, Roger, Clifford and Marilyn. 4-II Club Takes Tour. The Eagle boy's 4-H club held Its annual club tour Monday with a picnic dinner at the Sam Larson home. Beef judging: was done at the home of Gallon and Earl Johnson. The club projects Include 17 baby beeves, one sow and litter, one dairy heifer, two sheep and one agronomy project. Circle No. 1 Entertains. Circle No. 1 of the Methodist church will be hostess of the W. S. C. S. meeting- Thursday afternoon, July 3, at the church. Camp Fire Girls Meet. Thq Elitschi Camp Fire girls met Monday afternoon at the home of Joy Place and then wont on a nature hike. Wild flowers were collected to press in the nature books the girls had made. They enjoyed a sack lunch beside the rlvor. Armstrong Personal*. Mr. and Mrs'. Art Cassem spent ho week end visiting Mr.'and Mrs, Jeorge Cassem and family at De« .toincs. They were accompanied lome by their children, Dorothy and Lowell, who h'ad spent the past week at the home of their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John Thiel of Ankeny announce the arrival of a son, Douglas John, June 19, at Iowa fethodist hospital, DCS Moines. He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thlel and Mr. and ilrs. Clarence Johnson arc grand- >arcnts of the infant. They and tathryn Thiel spent Sunday at >cs Moines making the acquaintance of the new member of the lamily. Mrs. N. W. Mart was hostess of he Iowa Lake Road club Thurs- lay afternoon at her home. Mrs. Vlllis Harris and Mrs. Ransom •Tarris were In charge of the entertainment. Guests last week from Monday mtil Wednesday at the George Beck home were Mrs. Beck's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rath and . granddaughter, L*aurle Jean of Cedar Falls. A picnic supper was served Monday evening at the Beck home in honor tl their guests which was attended >y the Beck's children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lyle and son of Esther- vine, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Henriksen and family- and Mr. and Mrs. James Beck and son. Mrs. Lee Engesser entertained at a birthday party Friday afternoon honoring her daughter, Margaret, who was eight years old that day. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. 3am McGlIsh and children and Mrs. Harlan Marlowe and children of Lone Rock, Mrs. James Bowers and children of East Chain and Lucille Llvermore of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lytle and Duane were vacationing last week at Waupaca, Wis. Dr. and Mrs. Archie Whitlow had as guests during the week end, Mr. and Mrs. William Seeger of State Center and Mr. and Mrs. Don Coylo and family of Clear Lake. Sharon Opsal returned Thursday from Mankato, Minn., where she had visited a week at the A. R. Mauratacl home. James Pfeil spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis. Mr, and Mrs, Sam Mangold of Cherokee visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Mangold. FOR RENT—Cottage on cast shore of Big Spirit. Ph. 1612. • 227-3X-B FOR RENT—Upstairs apartment, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining 1 room, bath. All modern. Outside entrance. Ph. 661W. Frank Hutch- Inson. 227-2X-5 FOR RENT—Business building In Esthervillo. Ph. 1287W or write 614 So. 9th. 226-6X-S FOR RENT—Lm-gc xinfurnishcd downtown apartment, Wogen's. Phono 88. 220-tf-5 FOR RENT—3-room modern apartment above Gift Garden, 119% N. 6th St Ph. 306 or 62. 201-tf-5 Help Wanted WOMAN WANTED—General office position. Permanent, pleasant work with employee benefits. Typing and ability to work with figures necessary. Apply Honoymcad, Inc. 227-tf-2 WANTED—Woman to make her home with me, help with housework and care of children. Mrs, Clarence Kurtz. Ph. 202. 227-6-2 WANTED—Man with car to give 45 samples a day for $86.60-11 -week. Write P. O. Box 57MF, Esther- villo. 222-12-2 HELP WANTED—Kitchen assistant at Estherville Country Club. Ph. 1003J. 22«-3-2 Salesman Wanted For Local Territory Salary and Commission Transportation Furnished. Good References Necessary. Previous Sales Experience will be given preference. To arrange for personal interview write SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 423 Grand Spencer, la. 227-5-2 Entertainment ' TRUE LIFE STORY James Stewart takes the role of "Carbine Williams" Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Grand theater. 226-3-1 Let us celebrate July 4 at Hand's Park. Ball game Mason City vs. Bancroft Lions. Family night at the club. Smorgasbord from 5 to 9. Square dancing like on TV, 9 to 1 a. m. Sat. Horswell orchestra. Smorgasbord every Sunday. 228-1-1 DANCE Saturday Night Henry Frederick .and Orchestra Skyline Club 228-3-1 FOX LAKE Friday, July 4 Lynn Kerns Saturday, July 5 Vikings 227-3- Jobs Wanted CUSTOM BALING New Holland wire bales. Will pull trailers. 4 ml. W. and 3H N. of Eathervllle. Don Efreland. Ph. Superior 6F8 collect. 209-SOx-3 Services •EAKY ROOF? - Wp recommend Rubcrold rooflnR —an economical and durable solution to your roofing problem. Phone 244'. we'll estlmatn your needs. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 228-3-B •OULTRY DRESSED In my home. Call 1285LW. 228-2-9 PORTABLE RADIOS REPAIRED Experience and training have no substitute. Esthervllle Radio, lll'.i N. 6th, Ph. 264. 224-5-0 FOR FREE PICKUP and delivery. Ph. 49. PAG Cleaners. 256-tf-9 BOTTLE: GAS SALES-SERVICE Installations — Regulations HILL'S CORNER, Ph. 49JB1 IBl-tf-fl PETERSON'S Radiator Service, just east of Vandy*s, 1714 Central. Experienced In all types radiator repair. 116-U-8 Car Waxing Bring your car in for n wax job. Kurtz Paint Shop Mrs. Clarence Kurtz, Prop. 202 South 10th 227-8-0 PLUMBING, HEATING INSTALLED Wards will arrange export installation of (| u n. I i t y plumbing uml boating ut low cost. Phone, come In or mull the coupon below for free cntl- mate. Buy On TorniH. No Money Down, Nothing to Pay Until October 1st. ' C-O-U-P-O-N Please gcond me Information about the Homo checked below: STEEL KITCHEN Sink, Wall, Bn»o Cablnels BATHROOM OUTFIT Tub, Lavatory, Closet CONVERSION BURNERS Gas, Oil FURNACES Gas, Oil, Coal grftjtrtllle OomMntnt IM Vindicator and .»«btl»hM Rwrj ~ For Solo 228 Wwl.. July 'I 19*2 A M «*•«« nu* mutitr Oct. «, t»30 M tb* pmtarflra n K*lh*r Tll!». low*, otxttr th« •<•« of M*ne« s. i«7*. _. »« f*< mm T« p»f wow t or t day* - Thrt« dajr» _.. Four dajr* ... F1»« day* — lit p»r wow On« w**k lit p»r wow K»th uddtUoaa) daf , in p*r wwd Minimum M ftOe. lUttt tn p*r oon**eutty« Inwnlaiu of MUM *4. ClAMintd »i1« «f» CASH WITH ORDER. BnokkMirtm rh*rt» uf 16« for cradlt. AOe •trvie* elttrf* If r*- pltM ur« t«k*n by IMlly N««« *M fflo to ol»«r(tfd If »<1 nrrlM tditrMM or pboni nun*>«f but not BUM. OtaMlfMd kd QMTt tbMr •dT«rUMin«aU la (M ftrat I««M UMy >pp**r and nvor 1 . any *rtOf it one* u no altowaaeM «•• k* BUM* aft*r tn» nnt Mm*. IF VOtl rwint buy n farm for next Mnrch po««<'K«lon *<•<> uc now; wo have ii 120 and 240 for nn|p nbout 5 nillen oast of St. .TnmeH. Minn. 100 uninp dlsdinoo NE cf Htilloi- flold. Near Wndc.nn, Minn., 400 ncreii with Rood hulldlnfr*, 200 clonr good crop Innd, 200 timber, some llvenlock and nil farming equipment ROOK, together with n 2R- Inch thrcshlnp mnchlne. Fortl Fi'i'KUson tractor with 5 Inr&n Implomcntn, lumber n/iwInR outfit, hatchery nil complete nnd other llemn till at n. sacrificed price of $12,BOO with termn to Bull buy*r after M.OOO lit pntd on I he eontrnct for deed. Owner is (ilnKle, was wounded In rninhnt nnd must return to Veteran's honpltn), DeWall Real Rotate A Ins. Agency St. James, Mlnnenota 228-2-7 FOR SALE —Clean nnd thrifty feeder pllfif,• delivered lo your farm within a few days. 38 to 55 Ins.. from J12.BO lo $t4.BO. Contact Ernoat Christiansen. Phone 10F21, Rlngfttod. 228-1 x-7 FOR SALE—Feeder pljrs, hatchery mined. Johnxon 4: EnRe, PlK Hatchery, St. James, Minn, 228-2x-7 NAME ADDRESS PHONE TIME OR DATE TO CALL Montgomery Ward E«thervllle, Iowa 226-.V9 BLESSED EVENT? Then see us for Birth Announcements Prompt Service Estherville Daily News Northwest Iowa's Largest Printing Plant 228-5-0 FORSALE—7-ft cut Maminy-Harrlit eomblne. Extra itood Mhiijte. Frank Weekn. Ph. 150SJ. 22H-Ox-7 MASSKY TIARniS 7-ft. Clipper, with motor Alwayn a nquare denl at VIKING MOTORS Mnmny HarrU-Ollver KHthervllle, losvn 227-2-7 POULTRY, CREAM, EGOS. It will pay you lo trnde with UH. Iflffh- est market prleen. Prompt cour teouH Bervlce. Drive up. P. G. GRAY 227-3-7 FOR SALE-360 White eroHH pul- li't«, 3 months old. I'll. 3W8. Maurice I^irson. 227-2X-7 ON HAND Chicks. 1 to 4 week* old. PulletH HtralKht run and malea in 7 weekH. HAMILTON HATCHERY Buncroft, Iowa 213-tr-7 Personal OUR RECKNT Hml IOHH leaven UK with grnleful henrtd townril nclghborH iiml frlendx. Their c'omfortlnj; expreNHlonn of i»ym- piiIhy nnd thoughtfulni'NN will M- wnys !»• remembered. We would eMpi'clally like to «'Xpr<'HH oiti Kratltudn to Dr. C. Hmlth Klrlte- ganrd, Kev. ThomtM <"!. Mellon, Rev. W. O. Harper nnil Rev. Juril <•» Warren. Mm. Heverly ChrU- tliinnrn and Terry nnd the Krvir, W. Chrldllunnen Family. 228-1-4 BEEP TENDERIX1IN TIl'H on loiiKt. nuiBhrd |iOt;itoi<n. DUTCH MAIIJ LUNCH 228-M WE'VE HAIP IT, you've rrttti 11 Finn Foam lopo for denning ru^i nnd upholntery. Martin Kurnl tun-, 22S-I-1 Loans and Ins. CASH LOANH $30.00 — $260.00 and up on your Mlgnature, auto or furniture. Repay In umiil monthly amount*. Our »rrv\rn 1 prompt. Phone or come In! IOWA OUARANTBE, Inf. Oregon hriJt the fifth larwmt pi-r c<Ttl«K" imri.itii 1 in pcipulutiou n tli" nation diulnu the ISHO-Wi per lull, urroidlnK lo [Jipai trucnt Conitnerce fluurcn. Attention Farmers! For dependable insured livestock hauling to the Public Market at South St. Paul, where prices are established phone 2161 — Dunnell Livestock Ass'n, Dunnell, Minn. 221-3.7 LISTEN TO THIS! Savings Deposits marie at I he Iowa Trust & Savings Bank on or before July 5th will draw interest,from July l. 2'"' Intend, Payable Semi-anmially Iowa Trust St Savings Bank Your (Jeposits in this bank insured up to $10,000 Member of the Federal Reserve System 227-2- NKr> CEDAU (iixiil Mi|>|tlv no\v on ovrr-rnoflnir. AtliU sr\vi"i tnooi'V. ronjM'rv*'* fii* 1 ! Com" in r»n<l KI-I frcr t*»Uiiii\i'' COMMANDKn KI.KVATOKS H\m(lnu(on In.. Ph UU\V K« Itiprvlll'- \V K PAY UKF. TtRNT ^•lir.lroorn, UvinR room, fill! h!Urnti<nt. O«w h">t. Jt. •town »n«l ISO <» m«nth. r^THKtXVlt.t.E UKAt.TY f«h 1340 or 1H.UJ Ol'fl nil! HAt.K will oonlltm^ UirmtKli July I wri'k Itnrjjntn |>rlo>'« on n>nny Iti'tns pood for holiday or rvrry- OH I-MSIIKUMKN Prlcln.! \Vn ili'rn, S. M, I,. toiiK'i. flfxlhle-. UX1 fii>r cont wnti<r|>ri>of. Onlv $7OR nt KtRKHTOXK STORKS KM-10 OH rUt.E Ofnornl F:ic.-trl<- corn blnnllon niilomnlK' ilUli wnnlt^r nml «lnk. Writ.- Ho\ ^7l l n. r:»rr K,H|!iPrvlllo Ontly Nrwn, SK KOH Hnnderti Ie« your fn\-orlli> sloro. 8 ICR CRKAM CO. 2JK.tf.10 lADlKH' rnyon knit ifnwnn, vnl- UON to $2.40, Rpi'cliil thin wr'ck nt $1.89 rnch. KMMSRfl VAUt.?K HTOTIK SAt.K t«<1. M. »na TfVsrr,' f;tir<n Il^nJ gtwxl f»ffn<i. ,-rnr«"< ini'Ui>|.-.l Prli-rit to mil RlPOtrT UPAt. RSTATK or 17S9 3TT-1-S FOR SAI.R S-r««m horv** Ma $5,«00 5«r* A*c, S toTSJ A J, Anrt»wan, Ph. VCR SAt.R Trifle-room on S tUh. IdxM noon MINNESOTA KAUM Birrs (-ATlOI. HROCKMAV. R«-n»er fVvion. Minn. I-'OK SAf.K- lunnc. I'rtcnl for i\ulnfc **\f, K1- mo lUrtlomftn. I'h. I5MW. Solo SAIJS CAI.BNPAR Monday. July 7— WO A. f**m, *-rU<« for dM<jr»pllcm lo Watt*r CarUon, Triumph, KOH 8AI*K- -Trftltrr, 'Rl Roycrnfl modern, nlocpn fo>ir. nrver pulli'd. l«lko now, 1C. C. nrv«ri), Em, I'h. 7B»J. a 'OR NAI,K--1MQ Utinip Whlto p\illotH, 4H monthn old. Also 4 Ih. frlcn, Kobcrt Pay. f'honc 63W.1. 228-3!t-IO SAI.K 1MO Plymouth with '42 DodK" motor. Pent offrt tnk«« It. Ph. 17!8. a28-2»-|0 lurry! Hurry! Ki'd THR Hnlo rndn. Hnlurdny, July ft. Hpcrlnln tfi\lorf. VliSTISKN AUTO AHHOC. HTOHK 2JK-tf-10 P'OH 8AI.B Uvtnjr room milt.-. Kood rontlitlon. Cnil 578J. 'OR HAMC •-OutMlilK tulli-l. Jo»*»ph Brown. 4 inlloii nouth of firuvcr. 23H-C-IO ..'UUOANTH KOtl HAI.K J. W. Hunil. Ph. 720J. 228-2-10 FOIl HAL1C -Thrco to four-pound spring frlro. Will deliver In town. Frnncln A.i«-ll. Ph. 20W7. 227-ix-H) FOIl A CUSANKtt, <-ool<-r klt^i-n Injitnll n kltrhr-n ('xhntiHt fnn In new home OI-HON KMCCTRfC 227-3-10 •X)H HAtJ5-l»-ft. I'hllco rcfrlifnrn- tor. nlmont ni'w. Cnlorlc O rnntfr 1 , nlinont n^w. Priced to noil. Sen nt W. 122 3rd Avn. H, 220-ft-10 MVINGROOM Hi;iTK8 Wry K°od ncli-ctlon of now milieu reasonably prln'd. SANHOHN KUKNITURH 220-3-10 FOR 8AI/K--On« 46-bv. metal ho» foodi-r. 4 lixllvliluiil concrt'to JIOR fcwlcrn. One fJlirvroli't cylinder head with vnlvc iwwfimbly. Ph. 078 or HIT M. 1C. Huckniui. 228-4X-10 DOMHINB TANK HPUAYKHH. 2S nnd 3 K j K'il«. $6.05 up. E8THKHVIU.M JIAHDWAIIE 22«-3-lO KOR BAUC -Trnllcr hou»o. Mm. Corn Pi'tornon. Can b« seen nl 6.13 Mouth 10th or cnll R37W. > 22*-«x-tO KOH HACK C«pon«*tt» for frl** I>rrt»tti nnd delivered. $1 Of each. Ph. 38JX01. Mm. Dowry llockln«. 225-4-JO KOR HAMS — HprlnB frleii. Vern Jullun. Ph. <«W7. 22*-«x-10 RAWtvKIOH PROIWCTH. K. T Baiimnnn. Ph. 3«3J. 30-U-10 MITCHELL Air Conditioner World'» finest room nlr conditioner. Exclusive evaporator do- iilirn tlmt Incorporati'd 24 tulle* Micro-filter—W9 per cent »cr»tn- In*. H BID KB Fourth of July Weekend Special One Half Gallon In* Cream (apy flavor) 79^ July -1, 5 find 6 CLARK'S HARDWARE AND OAS WailinKford, Iowa Mc'riin Clark, Prop. WANTED-W« will p*y 7c **i-h for empty »<<rd corn *nd fl*t<l fnr>d bnita that ar« In yo«<l eotv- dlttnn. aatd«fi ftun Million Co. Phone ID« or TOT. 377-2-JO ,VANT TO IUIY Oftrden ftow«r». Th» On hid .Shop. fTiS, 23VU-20 Notices PARIS TLRANKR8 elowd for v«- -rttlon July t to July 14. 337>2-* WR WII.L not dollver milk to Iho horripn on th» 4th of July. Kltv- nnrd'a Dilry, 237-3-41 NOTICE SKYLINE CLUB Open Saturday nnd Sunday Onljf during July for private portion No Sale the 4th Noxt Sale Friday, July llth —Estherville— •Auction— aarr-3-« CLOSED July 7 to 19 J. Hansen, Cleaners $2.00 Opons a Ifopntong Quwidy SavinRH Account Ai'« - ounti» opened r>y Juty 5 v. ill draw lrU,Tv«t from July t '2% Intcrt-st I'uyabl" Heml-An/tually HjircUl llDjxikmi; photo tu each i luud nirrnU'r. Iowa Trust &, Savings Bank Mmtiwr ol the r. n. r, C. M.-mtwr of (he Ho*, rv* Announcing Opening City Cab Company Phone 340 I-f)ral and l^ong DLstnnct* 3.1f for one H)f for each additional Anywhere in Rstherviliu William Haiiscn, Jr., I'rop. Offia? Im'atfd at 6(> .Service, ',''„' i Central Ave. / I '^f^^i^ttffififf***********-*** s->4- ^H^-fc*^l«3^*****^4*^**^

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