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Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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Twe Codott Hunters Fined at Chippewa CHIPPEWA FALLS — Gamp Warden C. Jack Priegel arrested Gene A. Matott. Rt. 5, Ca- rtott and Frank Peterlik, Jr., Rt. 1, Cadoit, for posppssion of high- powered rifles in deer territory during closed season. Both pleaded guilty to the charge before Judge Orrin H. Larrahee here Monday, and both were fined $25 and costs. Rewards tar Slayer* at Chicago $33,550 CHICAGO (AP) — Rewards for conviction of the slayers of three Chicago schoolboys mounted to $33,550 Tuesday — hut authorities appeared as fat as ever from a solution of the 3-week-old case. Commercial powders containing rotenotie or pyrethrum will control fleas on dogs and cats -Advertisement— Asthma Formula Used Most By Doctors Now Available Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes ... Relief Lasts (or Hour*! ftt« York. M. V. (SpoMn!) - Medical •cience has developed a new, tiny tablet that stops asthma attacks . . . •nd gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful nsthma spasms. 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Now more than ever Smith-Corona is the portable that gives big machine performance and years of trouble-free serv« ice. So easy to buy, too. Smith-Corona SILENT-SUPER PAY «liHl«a.$1.00 0 Hanson Office Machines 314 GIBSON ST. Dial 4-401' Across from city parking ramp AUCTION SALE I will offer for sale the following personal property and real estate, located 5 miles west of Chippewa Falls on county trunk "N", then 2 miles north or 10 miles south of Bloomer on County Trunk "F" — Watch for arrows, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12th Sale will start at 11:30 A.M. 20 - HEAD OF GUERNSEY CATTLE - 20 13 Guernsey cows; 3 Guernsey heifers, springing,- Guernsey bull, about 3 yrs. old; 3 heifer calves, 8 to 10 months old. FEED: About 1000 bu. Ajax oats; abou* 25 tons loose hay; 550 bales hay; about 10 tons ear corn. MACHINERY John Deere B tractor, 1952 model, with cultivator; J.D. 2 bottom 16 inch plow; 5-sec. wood smoothing drag, new; rubber tired wagon and rack; J.D. tractor spreader; grain binder; tractor trailer; corn planter; grain seeder; walking plow; Gehl silo filler; side delivery rake; hay loader; McD corn binder,- tedder,- 2-sec. spring tooth; potato digger; hay mower; fanning mill; set of harness; many other small tools too numerous to mention. DAIRY EQUIPMENT: DeLaval 2 unit milking machine motor and compressor; 15 milk cans; milk can rack; Safe Guard hot water heater; Coronado gas heater; wash tank. FARM FOR SALE 100 acre farm with 55 acres under plow, 20 acres oak timber; Buildings consist of 7 room house, hot and cold water in house,basement barn with stanchions for 22 cows and calf pens, cement stave tlio, hay shed, corn crib, chicken house, 2 car garage and Grade A milk house. For information contact Mrs. Agnes Fanetti, phone PArk 3-4711 Chippewa Falls, Wis. or contact Mrs. Norman Liddeil, phone PArk 3-7317, Chippewa Falls. TERMS: '/» down and the balance in 6 equal monthly installments with a carrying charge of 3% added. Items under $15.00 or less, cash. Otherwise regOlar Chippewa Valley Finance Co. terms, AH settlements must be made day of sale. MRS. AGNES FANETTI, Owner Col. Ken Thompson, Bloomer, Wis., auctioneer. CHIPPEWA VALLEY FINANCE CO., Chippewa Falls, Wis., Clerk. BIG MACHINERY AUCTION In order to reduce my stock, I will offer the following listed machinery for sale at public auction at my place of business in Washington Heights, 2 blocks north of Crossroads on highway 53, 2 blocks south of Wagner's Bowling Alleys, in city of Eau Claire, on SATURDAY, NOV. 12 Sale will start at 1:00 o'clock sharp. John Deere A tractor; John Deere 99 corn planter; John Deere 2 bottom 16 inch tractor plow on rubber; John Deere 11A combine in good condition; Int. 2 bottom 14" tractor plow, on rubber; fertilizer attachment for 8 ft. drill; Broadcast seeder; New Idea corn picker, single row; all steel grain or corn box, flare sides; 2 wheel hevay duty trailer,- rubber tire wagon; 1 8 ft. bale elevator, motor driven; 7 ft. tandem disc, new; 3-sec. spring tooth; Allis Chalmers WC tractor with cultivator; Massey Harris tractor, 4 wheel heavy duty trailer; rubber tire wagon; IB ft. bale elevator, single rosv and rear mounted elevator; New Woods corn picker; New Woods right hand corn picker; new Kewanee elevator, new Kewanee grain or corn elevator, 38 ft., power take-off drive with 8 ft. tilting hopper,- new corn planter, nbw Blackhawk tractor corn planter, fert. attachment and check wire; 1947 Ford tractor, starter and lights; New Idea manure spreader on rubber; 9 ft. Case cultipacker,- two 6 ft. grain drills, grass seed attachment; Fresno scraper; 180 amp. 20 Century arc welder, new; 180 omp. 20 Century arc welder, used; Comfort heater for Model Z or ZA Moline tractor; 8 inch power saw with motor; 2 row cultivator; walking plow. MILKING MACHINE: Surge milking machine, 2 buckets, pump and motor. TERMS: All sums under $15, cash. On larger amounts, Vi ca»h, to the balance is added recording fee and 3°'o carrying charge, to be paid in 6 equal monthly installments on a conditional sale* contract. Longer time may be had on larger amounti if arrangements are made with the clerk prior to the sale. All property must be settled for on the day of the sale. No property it to be removed until settlement is made. GESKE IMPLEMENT SALES, Owner FINANCE COR W. A. Zeck, Eau Claire, Auctioneer. Thorp Finance Corp., ot Eau Cloire, H. O. Peterson, branch office manager. 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Then you have an accurate account of your money and your cancelled check is a receipt. Open your account today! May we serve you soon with our Complete banking facilities? AMERICAN NATIONAL BAN "^ — ^^^•••••••••^ M "^^^^ VH> '^^WMiMMiiM|ji£iHiMijmiiiHaHMHHHBIH|HM>^^ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Deposits Insured Up to $10/000 TtitittsnAt At THE Meeting* 8:45 A.M.—Woman's Club Chorus, Room 202. 4:00 P.M.--Chamber of Commerce, Room 202. HivMrti Schedule 8:30-12:30-Senlor High School physical education classes 8:30-12:30—Senior swimming classes 2:30- 4:00—Senior recreational gym period 4:00- 5:15—Cadet gym class 5:15- 6:00—Cadet swimming class 6:00—Women's adult learn-to. swim 7:30—Women's adult learn-to swim 8:30—Women adult learn«to swim 7:00—Young Men's League suits issued. 7:15—Young men's League pic tures taken. 8:00- 9:00—Young Men's League basketball pfac tlce. | Late Stock and Bond Quotations fttAtR ft CO.. f»C Alabama Gas 37H- fieli and Gossett .... C«sp*fs Tin lOU-11'4 FldfWy Fund 14.31-15.4" Qisholt 20-v*-22',i Inc. Investors 17.87-19.32 Mass. Invest. Trust 32.06-34.66 Minneapolis Gas Minnesota and Ontario 62 7 /f»- tl. PfMto Indus 11-V Northern St. Power 17- Ogden 16H- Otter Tail 28&.30M, Puritan Fund 6.55- 7.08 Ray O Vac 27%.29V« Slgnode 21 fc- Teltas das Trans 24 -25 to Trane Company ..,,,. 47 U. S. Rubber Webster Chicago .... WIs. Power and Light 24V4-26 Wis. Public Serv, ... WEAU-TV WEDNESDAY, NOV. t 2:00-Nnc Matinee Theatre 3:00—Ladies Choice 3:30—World of Mr. Sweeney 3:45— M»tlnee 8:15—Information Center 6:«-Captaln Bunllte 8:00—Music and News t:4&—Cartoon* 7:00—Tex Smith 7:30—Masquerade Party 8:00—CRinrrt 4 B:30—Big 10 Highlights 9:00— Break the Bunk »:30—News, Weather and SporU 10:00— Justice 10:30—Theatre Thirteen THURSDAY, NOV. to 3:00—NBC Matinee Theatre 3:&0—Someone'! In the Kitchen 3:30— World of Mr. Sweeney .1:45—Cartoons 4:00—-Cartoons 4:00—Pinky Lee 4:30—Howdy Doody B:00—Cartoons S:30—Sheriff Bob 6:00—Lone, Ranger 8:30—Early Edition Newi A:45—Industry on Parade 7:00— Llbernce 1:.TO-Llfe of fllley 8:00—Dragnet 0:30-Theatre »:00—Hlghway Patrol B:30-News, Weather and SporU 10:00—Football Forecasts 10:1&—Pcndulem 10:45—Theatre Thirteen Amusement Guide BADGKR THEATER "NOT AS A STRANGER" with Robt. Mitchum - Olivia DeHavlland • Frank Sinatra starts at 7:00 - 9:34 HOLLYWOOD THEATRE "ULVSSES" in Vistavision and color Starring Kirk Douglas • Anthony Quinn and Sylvano Mangano Features start 2:15-7:15^9:15 STATE THEATRE Wednesday & Thursday Novem her 9-10 "THE ETERNAL SEA' with Sterling Hayden & Alex! Smith. Starts at 2:20, 7:20, 9:25 HOTEL EAL CLAIRE -Colonial Grill Bob Bellows, master of the keyboard and beautiful vocal. 1 Entertainment every night «x cept Sunday SCOTT'S STEAK IIOI-8E Dancing Nitely Except Sunday WEBE PHILLIPS OUCH. ST/U;E COACH INN Rex Hornbach on the Organ and Piano Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UP)—Produce: Live poultry: Unsettled on hens, barely steady on othe classes. 21 trucks. No Chicago Poultry Boan price changes. Cheese: Single daisies am longhorns 37'/2-38'/4 a Ib; proc essed loaf 3T>-36'/ii; Swiss Gradi A 42-45; B 41-43; C 38-40. Butter: 644,728 Ibs; steady 93 and 92 score 57 a Ib; 90 score 56; 89 score 54 J /i. Eggs: 10,065 cases; steady white large extras and mixed large extras 46 a doz; medium 36Mi; standards 41; current re ceipls 34. LEGAL NOTICE (Pub. Nov. 8. 1055 Leader &, T«l«§r»m) NUTIG'K OF FOIU ; :CI,OSURK BALK UNUIvIt CONDITION A I, SAI.E CONTRACT NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN THAT: WHEREAS a certain conditional atle contract was executed by Byron L. Her (rung, buyer, to Eau Claire Mncpln Mercury, seller, bearing date on the 2n day ol February, 19&8, which condition* aales contract Is ctllt held by (WM tub nequcntly assigned tot Thorp Finance Cor porallun, and WHEREAS the buyers have 4*Uultcd on said conditional sales contract NOW, THEREFORE, the following properly di-sr.ribtd in tald conditional sale contract, to-wlt' 1UM liulclc 2 dr., ierlal No. J543M34 motor No. 56512415. will be exp/istd for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on the Mth d»y o November, 1955, at 3 o'clock J 1 M., * Jerry Randall's In the city of August* County of Eau Claire and State of Wlscon sin to satisfy the debt secured by cald con dltlona] sales contract and the costs am expenses ol these foreclosure proceedings NOTICE IS FUKTHEB GIVEN THAT A deficiency Judgment will be taken fo the balance of the debt not satisfied by a sale of the property. THOKP FINANCE CORPORATION Ily KOHERT W. BENSEND (Be)ler) Pub. Nov. 9-16-33—Telegram NOTIre: or TAKING moors or HlilKSHIP AND TO CHEPITOfll Hum- of Wltconsln, County Court. Eau Claire County In the Matter cf the Estate of Ida Halner, Deceased. Application I o r letter tttUmenUry and for taking proofs of who art hHr.s having been filed In (he eitate o Ida L. Halner. deceased, late of tin City of Kuu Claire, in laid County; and all the heirs having consented tin re to in writing: Notice IB hereby given that all claims ugalnst Die said Ida I>. HtLner, deceased late of the City of Eau Claire In Eau Claire county, Wisconsin, must be pr* sealed to said County Court at Eau Claire In -.did County, on or before the 10th day of February, 11156, or b« barred; and that all such claims and demands wll be examined and adjusted and proofs who are the heir* of said decedent wll be taken at a term of said Court to be held at the Court House ID the City of Eau Hair'-. In said County on Tuesday, the 14lh d»> i»l February. 1956, »t 10 o cl/'ck in ino forenoon of J»ld day. Dated November 1. 19J5 ID Older ul the Court, Merrill H. Farr. County Jud(t. *. Dan til Q. UlUbard. Aitorney. $ CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO (API-Wheat: none Corn: new No. 3 yellow 1.17; ok No. 3 yellow 1.22^4; sample grade 1.16V4. Oats: none. Soybean oil: lOH-%! soybean meal: 48.00-48.50. Barley nominal: malting choice 1.30-41; fed .85-98. Chicago Potato** CHICAGO (AP)—IUSDA) Potatoes: arrivals 58, on track 260 and total U. S. shlpmenff 617; supplies moderate, dcmanf fair and market about steady Carlot track sales: Idaho russets $3.65-3.75; utilities $2.45-2.60 Washington russet bakers $4.25 Minnesota-North Dakota pontl acs $2.65-3,00 washed and waxed. BRIDGE ERRORS BETTER THAN 8 ACES By OSWAM> -IACOBY Written for NEA Service Today's hand wasn't easy to defend properly, but the defend ers had to nuke at least three mistakes for South to fulfill his contract. Since the mistakes arp quite Instructive it won't hur to look at the comedy of errors West opened the king of dia monds and wondered about continuation when he saw Kls partner's discouraging deuce It's easy to see now that Wes could have taken the top dla monds and shifted to a spade tc make sure of a third fast trick after which the defenders couk sit back and wait for two trum] tricks. West didn't actually see thi when the hand was played. H decided to shift, and chose t lead a club instead of the mon appetizing lead of the nine o NORTH 4K872 ¥7 • JI084 4AKJ0 WEST BAST VJ10I3 VA5 • AK74 *932 4.542 • +10171 SOUTH (D) *Q64 VK1Q9I42 • Q6 + Q6 Both sides vul. Svuth Weit North But Pass Pan 1 4t Pan 1 V Pan 1 * PM* 3V Pan Pass Pan Opening lead— • K THE DAILY TELEGftAM-23 tAu cum. wtscdmifc Wednesday, November 9,1955 New York Stocks Midday Prices Admiral Alaska Aid Ch«m Aid Sirs Allls Ch Alf>h Pf, Alum Ltd ABC Pmt Alcoa Am Can Am cyan Am M-M Am TH ... Am Tob Aonconda .. Armour .... 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IO»/4 . 14H . 47Vi .111% . 43H .173V4 . 38'^ . 8'. 8*7, . B5V4 . 14 . 31 . J7 . SI . 13 . MH . H spades. (With a spade lead, o course, East would have to take the ace of spades at once am return a diamond to defeat the contract.) South took the second trick with the queen of clubs and rai two more top clubs to dlscarc the queen ot diamonds. Then h< led a low trump from dummy East played low, and South won with the king, Declarer properly led a low trump next, and Eas had to win with the ace. This was the last chance fo the defenders to go wrong, am East came through. He led a fourth round of clubs, hoping th ruff would do his partner som good. That was fatal. South dis carded a small spade, and Wes ruffed with a card that wouli have been a natural trump trie! In any case. Now South lost ono one spade trick and could easil> draw West's last trump with the queen of hearts- South lost only two trumps, one diamond, ana one spade. At the end, East should have realized that West had trump strength since otherwise South would have led a high trump instead of a low trump to force out the heart ace. If West had returned a diamond, South would have been obliged to lose two spade tricks sooner or later, thus losing the contract. CARD SENSE O—The bidding has been: South West NorUl , 1 Heart Pass 2 Hearts Pass 7 You, South, hold: Spade * H«»rU A K J • 2 moiuU A J * 7 6. Club* 1 4. What do you do? A—Bid thr«e diamonds. WMt your partner to bid CretNively U he has dl» •trength but to tiffn off »t three hetrU If he h»§ thr** »m»ll diamond*. Game U not it »ll out ol the question If the two hand* fit well. TOUAY'I 4IVE8T10N . The bidding is the same as m the question just answered. You, South, hold: t»n&dt*v 3. Henrtv A K J i 4 *• _i»mo4»4* A 4 i 1 5- t'U»b '• What do you do? An»w»r Tomorrow McKenjie is North Dakota's Ui'K'esl county, with an irea of 2,847 square miles, SOUTH ST. PAUL SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. — (AP)_* USDA — Cattle 5,000; calves 3,300; slow weak trade on slaughter steers and heifera; cows generally steady with Tuesday's low-time; bulls unchanged; several loads average choice' 1050-1125 Ib steers 20.2520.50; most good and choice steers and yearlings 17.50-20.00; good and choice heifers 17.0019.00; utility and commercial cows 8.50-10.50; cutter and utility bulls Ils50-13.00; commercial and good 11.50-12,50; veal- ers >fully steady; good and choice 14,00-18.00; high choice and prime 19.00-22.00; good and choice slaughter calves 13.0015.00; stocker and feeder classes steady at week's decline which measures mostly 1.00; medium and good stocker and feeder steers 14.00-17.00. Hogs 22,000; moderately active; barrows and gilts opened weak to lower; later trade active; largely steady; sows steady to 25 lower; all interests buying; mixed lots U.S.I, 2 and 3 180-250 Ib barrows and gilts 12.25-12.50 early, later trade mostly 12.50 with good volume No. 2 hogs 12.75;250-290 Ib mostly U. S. 3 offerings 12.00-12.25; scattering U. S. 1 and 2 hogs 13.00; some unsold and held higher; 150-180 Ibs 11.75-12.75; sows 10.50-11.75; feeder pigs weak; good and choice 11.5012.00. Sheep 5,500; slaughter lambs largely 50 to spots 1.00 higher; slaughter ewes and feeding lambs steady; good to prime wooled slaughter lambs 17.5019.00; latter price for high choice and prime offerings utility to low good 16.50-17.50; cull to choice slaughter ewes 2,50 • 5.00; good native feeding lambs 16.50-18-00 with some mostly offerings up to 18.25-18.50. You livestock MILWAUKEE (AP)-~ 11 a.m. report: Hogs 1,800; steady-25 cents lower; U. S. No. 1 butchers 200220 Ibs 13.50; U. S. No. 2 and 3 butchers 200-220 Ibs 12.50-13.25; strongweight 12.50-12.75; prime heavies 12.00-12.25; light butchers 160-190 Ibs 12.50-12,75; light sows 11.75-12.25; medium weight sows 11.25-11.50; heavy sows 10.00-11.00; stags 8.00 - 10.00; boars 7.00-8.00. Cattle 900; steady; yearlings, heifers prime 23.00-24.(X); choice 20.00-22.00; good 18.00-20.00: utility and commercial heifers 11.50-15.00, utility cows 9.0010.00; canners, cutters 6.50-9.00; commercial bulls 13.00-13.50; common and utility bulls 10.0012.00. Calves 1,400; steady; prime vealers 19.00; choice 17.00-18.00; good 15.00-17.00; commercial 12.00-15.00; utility and culls 7.0011.00. Sheep 300; steady; prime wooled lambs 19.50; good and choice native clipped lambs 18.50-19.50; fair to medium 14.00-16.00; yearlings 12.00-13.00; ewes 3.00-4.00. Eau Claire Markets LIVE I'oumiv Heavy breed hens ......... 18 Leghorn Hens .............. 14 White Rock Springs, over 5 ibs ............. 25 Colored Springs ........ over 5 Ibs ............. 2: j Heavy Breed Springs under 5 Ibs. ...... 2 Leghorn Springs ......... 1ft Pullets bought as Hens Prices above on No. 1 Poultry. No. 2 Stock less. Grade A Large ........... , , , 42 Grade A medium ...... ,,,,, 2£ Grade B ................ »,,, Small and undergrade* <*>

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