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Rerrvttle Institution For More 7/ton 79 Ytan" Kerrvllle Mountain Sun, Kerrvflle, Texas, August 28, 1958 Page Sever) fact, MOKE BUYERS Through t/te Real Estate FOR SALE — 2-story stucco house with 3 bedrooms, sleeping porch and bath, 4*6 acres o land with plenty of liveoal trees, deep well with windmil and cypress tank, barn, chicken house, garage and storage shed Has many potentials. Price $19, 000. Located 2 Ms miles on Fred erlcksburg Road. Contact M/s Maria Anna Hauser, 267 Easl Mayfield, San Antonio 14, Tex »s- 40-4J 4 ACRES Small house, good well; < miles from town on highway only $4,500. Main Realty 824 Main St. CL 7-4747 FOR SALE BY OWNER Two-bedroom duplex a n, large furnished apartment ovei 3-car garage. All in first class condition, cool and in choice par! of town. Income of $180 pel month. Write P. O. Box 1103, Kerrville. 42ti BEAUTY PARLOR •Doing nice business in best part of town. Will sell or lease all for $125 per month, including building rental of $50. Sale price $2,750. Terms. E. R. Dischinger REALTY CO., 8U_Water St. CL 7-6167 FOR SALE—1% acre building site on river, walking distance of town. Price reduced for quick sale. Marvin Kennedy, CL 74212. 37tf HUNTING PRESERVE 350-acre combination ranch. Some cultivation. Two-story home; iy 2 miles of creek. Finest hunting; 13 miles from Kerrville. Reasonably priced. E. R. Dischinger REALTY 811 Water St. CO., CL 7-6167 FOR SALE Two cafes, cheap; small down payment. Woodie Richards, Box 803, Bandera, Texas. 42-43 FOR ANY PRICE OR STYLE HOME 'RICE 11.7 Hugo Ph. 7-4030 or 7-572t FOR SALE OR LEASE—Perfect for couple or small family; 1.4 acres, mod. house, redwood 5-ft. roof overhang, central heating, insulated for air conditioning; G. E. dishwasher, round hearth fireplace. Low taxes, cheap electricity, city water, natural gas and sewerage. Phone 205-J or write Box 37, Comfort, Texas. 37tf 79 ACRES, some in cultivation •'3 miles from Medina, bordering Highway 1C; school bus am daily mail route. Nice clean : bedroom home, IVi baths, WOK burning fireplace, 2'-car garage Large oak and pecan trees small spring-fed lake; deer am turkey. Only $17,500. J. J. ADAMS REALTY LU 9-2350 Medina BARGAIN 3 bedroom dwelling on four lots. Will sell with small down payment. Price $8,500. Worth inspecting. E. R. Dischinger REALTY COMPANY 811 Water St. CL 7-6167 FOR SALE BY OWNER LEAVING TOWN 615 ELM STREET 2 bedroom 1 bath brick ve neer residence; large screened !>oreh, breezeway, 2-car garage, beautiful trees on large lot, underground sprinkling system, central heat, and many othe? features. Priced to sell at $14,750. W. J. Saludis, 319 South Lamar St., Austin. 28tf TRADE large equity Dallas jrick for clear Kerrville home. Large living rm. with fireplace ind bookshelves, 3 bedrooms dtchen and 1% baths, fully ;iled, 6-ft. mirror and tile dresj- ng table; central heat, attic fan, house radio, 220-wire washer conn.; cypress fence; doub'e cadport, lovely lawn — all schools one block. G. E. Dickens, 105 Frances Way, Richardson, Texas. 41-43p FOB SALE 2-bedroom house on pavid treet at Hunt; Vfc acre; good well water, butane system; $6,500. Box 142, Hunt, Texas. 40-43p EVERETT STREET 6 rooms, bath and a half. Nice •ocked-in front yard. Lot lOOx .10; $6,500 with low down payment. Main Realty 824 Main St. Ph. CL 7-4747 BANDERA COUNTY Bargain! Owner said sell th-'s 2,749 acre ranch. Located 6 miles from Medina on pavp- ment, school bus and daily mail oute. Fair modern improvements. Best of hunting. If you lave been looking for a good >uy, this is it! Only $35.00 pet- acre. J. J. ADAMS REALTY U 9-2350 Medina 43 i ACREAGE 2% acres, 3 bedroom, 2 bath modern dwelling near town; $21.000. 4 acres, 2 bedrooms, den ,, bath. Rock veneer on hill; game; 4 miles out; $15,000. 10 acres, large 2 bedroom, 2 bath frame dwelling. Exclusive addition; $17,500. 110 acres, large 3 bedroom, den, 2 baths. Rock venem- dwelling; 1 mile of waterfront; large cultivation; good hunting and fishing. Reasonably priced. E. R. Dischinger REALTY CO. 811 Water SL CL 7-6167 FOR SALE OR TRADE~for house and lot or small acreage at Kerrville or Hunt: 168 acre ranch, price $17,500—my equity $9,950, balance financed. Modern improvements, fenced and cross fenced; good grass, plenty water. Richard Greathouso, Blanco, Texas, phone 3251. 43-48]) SMALL RANCH 145 acres, 30 in cultivation. ; ust 10 minutes from Kerrville. pring and creek; 2 bedroom frame dwelling in fair condition. Good hunting. Must se'il to settle estate. Price only $12,500. E. R. Dischinger o REALTY COMPANY CL 7-6167 811 Water St. FOR SALE—Building sites on Flat Rock lake. Call Marvin Kennedy at Diamond K Ranch. 37tf , FARMERS! If you have grain to sell, contact us, , f FURMAN'S HOMES & BUSINESS BLDG 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, a)3< garage apartment, just out o city on lot 80x200. A real buy. Extra lot, 80x200, with the garage building and smal house. Will sell all for $18,000 or divide. On highway, just ou of town. E. R. Dischinger Business Opportunities AREA MAN OR LADY NEEDED To service established route of Self - Service Merchandise Units. Excellent income to the person who qualifies. Must be free to work 9 hours weekly and have car, references and a minimum of $398 working capital, which is secured. Submit work history and phone number for interview. Write Vice-President, FOR SALE—18-ft. Aeromati windmill, self oiling, complet with 30 ft. tower, 84 feet 3-inc pipeline with ducker rods an deep well cylinder. Cypres storage tank. Call Gary Find phone 18, Center Point, Texn.« 38t Thinking of Building? (Or Remodeling) See DeMasters & Billeiter Building Contractors 605 Sidney Baker Ph. 7-633 Box 11647, Dallas 18, Texas. 43p For Rent FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, utilities paid. Phone OL 7-5055 or CL 7-5458. 42<:f FOR BENT—Gulf service station at corner of West Water and Hugo Sts. (Five Points), lease or rent. Phone 7-4343. 27tf FOR RENT — Modern B-rm. sartly furnished rock cottage, formerly guest house on ranch. 3uiet and dignified surround- ngs. Turn into gate across from mailbox marked "Datcha"', 10 miles SW of Kerrville on Highway 16. 39t,f FOR RENT—2 bedroom modern apartment, furnished, near town. Apply at 712 Earl Garrett 29tf FOR RENT—Furnished 3-rooni and bath, lights and water paid. Prefer one woman or couple. Mrs. L. R. Landrum, 1408 Paik St., phone 7-5545. 42tf KITCHENETTES and sleeping rooms at reasonable rates. LEUON COURTS, Highway 27, phone CL 7-6747. Adv. FOR RENT — A nice house in Comfort. See Otto Flach, next to the park in Comfort. 42-43 FOR SALE—Studio couch an chair, dresser, vanity, dishe.s 60-gal. barrel. See Floyd McUo at 228 Clay Street. 4?, FOR YOUR painting, textonin and papering, call A. A ERSC'H, CL 7-6535. 44t FOR SALE—1950 Ford %-toi pickup. See or call James Tay lor at BElmont 8-2712, Hunt 43p WALLPAPER in stoqk—cboos from over 100 patterns. A. H Kiefer, 1818 Broadway, CL 7 5355. 17t: DAN'S APPLIANCE SERVICE Phone 7-4524 1613 Broadway A Headquarters of small am large household appliances' re pair; refrigeration. We service all makes and models of auto matic and conventional wash ers, including Bendix, Black stone, Barton's; authorize< service on Kenmore, Coldspo and Homart. Genuine parts car ried in stock to give prompt and dependable service. Also a complete line of elements, thermostats, switches, for coffee- makers, irons and heaters. Free istimate on all jobs. 15fc FOR SALE—4 pair floral pat tern draperies, white background. Each panel 90 in. long and 44 in. wide; $4 per pair Phone CL 7-6117. 43 FOR RENT—3 bedroom hous- unfurnished, $70; also 3 rooi T urnished apartment, utilitie paid. Phone CL 7-5055 or C 7-5458. 4H FOR BENT—2-room furnishe apartment; private bath,' walk ng distance of Legion Stat and V. A. Hospital. All utilitie Burnished; $30 per month. Als 1 rooms, $40. Call 7-7170 befor 1:30 a.m., or after 6 p.m. 37t 'OR RENT—Furnished apart nent, clean and desirable. Bee com, kitchen and shower ib "uitable for adults. 417 Watei 42t 811 Water St. REALTY CO. CL 7-6167 Wanted WANTED TO BUY — Used Aeromotor windmills, and/tow- frs. See Charles Schreiner at Phillips-Schreiner Ford Center or Jimmy Gibbs, Y-0 Ranch Mountain Home, Oldfield 42076. 33tf WANTED — Lawns to mow: will work by job or by hour Call 7-4937 after 6 n.m. 27tf DEER DOG WANTED Describe fully, size, ajra, breed, disposition, charaeter.'s- tics, and best cash price. P. O. Box 1K40, San Antonio, Texas. 43-521 WANTED—We have a cuatom- who wants to buy Liberty Head and V nickels. The Smokehouse, 721-A Water St. 42tf DLD GUNSTrifles, badges, etc., listhost prices paid. See Chaa. Schreiner at Phillips-Schreiner Ford Center, Kerrville. 89tf WANTED—Man and wife to work on a chicken farm. See J. [). Brance, Hunt, Texas. Phono BElmont 8-2725. 43 p fF YOU WANT to drink, that's vour business. If you want to atop drinking, that's our business. Write Alcoholics Anonymous, Box 426. 8tf Saleshooks and register pa> chine forms? Buy them in Kerrville from tha Mountain Sun. TOR RENT — The Spellmp. cottage, Mt. Wesley. Call Mrs A. S. Daniel, CL 7-6871. 42-43 FOR RENT — Furnished ro? house, beautifully located on th river, 5 minutes from town on Arcadia Loop. Phone Mrs. W A. Raymond, CL 7-6257. 41 Rest Homes AVAILABLE NOW — Private and semi-private room for in valids, 24 hour nursing dut> Apply at Colonial Rest Home 837 Clay, Mrs. E. W. Rhode* phone 7-5880. 12tf STARLITE VILLAGE Center Point, Texas A State-licensed rest home Modern buildings, scenic home site, 24-hour nursing care. Visl tors welcome. Further informa tion, write Mrs. Mae Wiggins phone No. 7, Center Point, Tex • 31tf SUNNYSIDE NURSING HOME Predericksburg Rd. CL 7-5037 Steam heated rooms, home cooked meals, 24 hour nursing service. Owned and operated b\ Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gatz. For Sale FOR SALE — Blossoming geraniums, 3 for $1.00. Lantanas 25<j eaah. E. H. Yariger, Old San Antonio Road. Phone 7 7160. 23tf Broadway Kerrville ^»-^ Western Auto Associate Store Upton Kullenberg, Owner WHEN the Army and Navy 'clean house" we get more re«] Bargains for you! New shipments arriving daily, and we've rot almost everything from hose good shoes to golf clubs to fireworks, pup tente, overshoes, jungle helmets, khaki clothes, field jackets, tennis shoes, fishing line. Come out and look around. We know you will find real money savers. L&N Sales, Army-Navy Surplus, San Antonio Hwy. 21 tf Big Fall Sale, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 2 and 3, La Veda Shop, 611 Water St.; register for free gitta. (Adv. 45; PICTURE FRAMING —Come by and see our large stock, and get our prices. You will h« pleased with our work and will save money, too. A. H. KIEF- 6t»»« 1818 Broadway. «tf FOR SALE—Model 12 upright Amana freezer, 420 lb. capacity Ih excellent condition. 505 Leland St., CL 7-6512. 42-4;jp FOR SALE—Breakfront, china cabinet, dinette set, floor lamp wash stand. CL 7-5740. 43i BOAT OWNERS — Uet your marine finishes from A. H KIEFER. Complete stock of t'^esh and salt water varnishes and paints. 1818 Broadway, 7- 535S. 37tf MOWING vacant lots—Phone E. W. Wright, res. 7-7026, office 7-6167. 43p FOR SALE—Sorghum molas Paul Pfeiffer, Cypres! Creek Road, Kerrville. 11 miles from 42-43p Buy Now Now is the time to buy a good used baler for next season's hay crop. You'll save real money. Choose from New Holland, John Deere, Case, Minneapolis-Moline and McCormick Dcering. EDENS IMPLEMENT CO., Center Point, Texas YOU'LL EAT high off the hog (and cow, too) if you buy your meat at the Kerrville Frozen Pood Lockers. Wholesale prices in quarters and halves. Phone CL 7-4272. Headquarters for freeze supplies. 28tf FOR SALE—Trainer bicycle in good condition. Call Mrs. Karl Mosty, CL 7-4818. 43tf FOR SALE—Quality groceries at the same low prices offered n San Antonio by the Red an<J White Stores. Dusty Sanders Grocery. 523 Main Street. B&B Stamps too! (Adv.) 'OR SALE—G. E. electric mixer, $19.50; Skyline slide projector, $25.00; both are like new. :all 7-5439. 38f,f F YOU arc going to PAINT your house this fall, see .Tir.i 'orgy for the most reasonable prices and easy terms. Call 76718 for free estimate. 848 Sidney Baker Street. 43p NEW ARRIVALS—Steel WfOl lockers $15.00; big 6x4x4 jet engine boxes, wooden, ideal fi,r hunting blinds, $15.00. Come out and look around—you'il find bargains all the time. L&N Sales, Army-Navy Surplus, San Antonio Highway. 4ilU ARTISTS paints, painting boards, car,- vass, etc. A. H. Kiefer, 1818 Broadway, CL 7-5355. 88t FOR SALE At The Country Store Most Complete Second Hand Store in This Area Large selection of clean usei ilothes, lots nearly lew. Al kinds cooking and heating stoves. Electric and treadle type sewing machines. Refrlg erators, radios, and washing machines, and lawn mowers Uso furniture of all kinds. THE COUNTRY STORE US Clay Street Sit SHOTGUN SHELL SPECIAL 20 ga. 7V 2 $2.65 10 ga. 7V6 $2.75 12 ga. 7% _ — $2.90 Rom. and Winchester ammo. 10% off. All fishing tackle, 10'/ ( off. Many good used guns in stock. Complete gun repair Want Winchester 20 pump Also antique guns, pistols. THE TEXAN GUN SHOP Ingram, Texas 42-1' Children like to draw? Buy them scribble paper at th< Mountain Sun. N e w s p r I n scraps only 10* a pound. (Adv.) END OF SEASON Sale- Power mower $17.50; evaporative cooler $17.50; refrigeratec air conditioner $27.50; wickai let $17.50. Many other items t>o numerous to mention. Jim Forgy, 848 Sidney Baker St. 43p WANTED—A nurse for an ei- derly woman; good salary, several hours off duty daily; good lome for a Christian nurst? Ap- ily at the home of Mrs. John Young, back of the Hardware Store in Center Point, and Mrs J. D. Armistead in Center Point 43p IS YOUR HANDY MAN getting ready to paint? Send him down to A. H. Kiefe-vfor a complete selection of brushes, paints, and everything he will need. 1818 Broadway. Phone CL 7-5355. 37tf FOR SALE—Our bargain list >f all makes: plows, grain drills, disc harrows, balers, tractors, shredders. Charles H. Molter, our friendly M-M dealer, Comfort, phone 8. 41-44p HEADQUARTERS for Home freezer and Locker supplies in Kerr County. All types of wrapping and processing containers. Veal and beef halves and quarters, fryers, seafoods, etc., or your freezer or locker. Kerrville Locker Plant, 211 Clay St., phone CL-7-1272. 28tf Onionskin and . yellow exchange second sheets. Kerr ille Mountain Sun. (Adv.) VOTICE—I will not be respon- i'ble for any debts other than myself. Harvey Griffin. 41-43p FOR SALE — STAFFEL'S in- ecticides, stock remedies, pet and poultry supplies; also plant 'cod, peat moss and fertilizers. BODE FEED & SEED STORE Phone 7- 4196 LEGAL NOTICE Notice to Bidders TOOL RENTALS — portabie mint sprayers, drills, etc. A. H. Kiefer, 1818 Broadway, CL 75355. 17tf CAGE EGGS!! SPECIAL PULLET EGGS 3 Dozen $1.15 MEDIUM EGGS 2'/j Dozen $1.25 Bryant Saner Medina Road Sealed proposals addressed to Rudolph H. Weiss, City Manager, Kerrville, Texas, for the onstruction of street improve- nent in the City of Kerrvillt, 'exas, consisting of seal coat- ng of various streets in the 3ity of Kerrville will be re- eived at the office of the City Manager at the City Hail, Kerr- ille, Texas, until 7:00 p.m. on lie llth day of September, 958, and will be publicly open- d and read, after which the ids will be considered by ths 3ity Council of the City of Cerrville. Detailed information, plans nd specifications may be ob- ained from Rudolph H. Weiss, ity Manager, City Hall, Kerrville, Texas. The City reserves the right Funeral Rites Held for Mrs. Charles Stafford ' Funeral services were Ix'ld Saturday in the cluipol (if t'.ic Smith Funeral Home for Charles Stafford, 81, who died on Thursday of last week. Rov. Leslie L. Gnylord, pastor of th'j Church of God, officiated and interment was in the Sumicl Cemetery. A native of Ashbourne, England, he was a retired carpenter and had made his home witn his daughter, Mrs. C. O. Samuelson of Ingrain, for the past 16 years. His wife died in 19.10. The survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Samuelson and Mrs. Emily D'Ambrosia, HitchcocK; eight grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Will Shirley, and a brother, Jack Stafford, both of whom reside in England. «. Big Fall Sale, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 2 and 3. La Veda Shop, 611 Water St.; register for free gifts. (Adv. 45) to reject any and all bids and to waive any or all formalities. A certified or cashiers check on a bank in the State of Texas or a Bidder's Bond from a reliable Surety Company, payable without recourse to Hilmar A. Pressler, Mayor, Kerrville, Texas, in an amount not less than five (5%) per cent of the largest possible bid, including consideration of alternates, must accompany each bid as a guarantee that, if awarded the contract, the bidder will promptly enter into contract and execute sonds, as required by law, in the forms provided, as outlined in the specifications and instructions to bidders. As required by law, a performance bond, in an amount of One Hundred (100%) per cent of the contract price, and a separate and distinct Labor Bond in an amount equal to the estimated largest payroll in any one month will be required. Attention is called to the fact that not less than the minimum wage rates prevailing in the ocality in which the work is jerformed for work of a simi- ar character and not less th&a ;he general prevailing rate of ier diem wages of legal holidays and overtime work, shall be paid to all laborers, workmen and mechanics employed in the construction of public works, and the general prevailing rate n the City of Kerrville, Texas, may be obtained from Eudolpa I. Weiss, City Manager, City Hall, Kerrville, Texas. Dated this 27th day of August, 1958. RUDOLPH H. WEISS, City Manager, City of Kerrville, Texas. 43-44 :-•> NOTICE TO BIDDERS Rotarians Hear Traffic Safety Talk Traffic safety was the topic. Wednesday at the Rotary C.'ub meeting when Chief of Police Walter Moss was in charge of the program. Chief MOSH suit that during the past five year; there have been 753 accident? involving 1,431 vehicles. Koin were killed and 131 people required hospitaltzation, and the actual property damage, amounted to $193,120.70. Chief Moss showed a film. "A Day in Court", which illustrated five different types of drivers. Chief Moss added that his department is now working to insure a smooth flow ol traffic along Main Street between Tivy and Five Points with the installation of additional traffic lights. Wanderer . . . (Continual! from PIIBO 2) be scattered since the rains of the past few days. Jack adviso.-i hunting near the water holes for best results. And the game department has sent out some mighty good advice on how to hunt doves without killing or blinding another hunter, which isn't just malnrkey, for a shotgun at cfosc range can do devastating damage, and even beyond killing range the little pel- Jets can put out eyes. The recent cool mornings have started many people talking of football, but they aren't nearly as aware of the coming grid season as more than 50 young Antler hopefuls who will start butting heads in deadly earnest this week end in preparation for the fall schedule. The grid season isn't nearly a.? far away as the gosh-awful hot afternoons might indicate, for Tivy opens the season with Lakeview of San Angelo in Antler Stadium September 12. There will be a lot of serious training between now and then as coaches Tom Daniel and Fred Johnson whip their team into ^hape and the boys strive to reach a peak that will equal or letter their 1957 record when they were runners-up for the district championship. •&• Ben Hyde . . . (Continued from Page 1) by T. M. Santry for $18.60 while others were sold from $15.25 up. Mutton goats sold by Austin Brown of Beeville brought $8.25, and Charles Francis sold some for $8.50. Hogs were not represented at die sale, but •' there were over 900 head of livestock sold. ^ It is always easier to believe than to deny. Our minds are naturally affirmative.— —John Burroughs. Funeral Rites Held for Mrs. Lennie Goodwyn Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in tha ehnpel of the Memorial Funeral Home for Mrs. Lennie Goodwyn, 72, who died suddenly Tuesday while visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs, J. W. Ches- .sor, in Houston. She was a native of Live Oak County, and with her husband, the late F. ft. Goodwyn, lived on the King Ranch for many years. Upon his retirement as for«j« man of the ranch in 1950, they moved to Kerrville and !)is death occurred hero in 1951. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Her survivors arc her daughter; three sons, Robert C. Goodwyn of Pampa, who was a former resident of Kerrville; Fia- ley W. Goodwyn of Cuero; and Frank E. Goodwyn of Silver Springs, Md.; three sisters: Mrs. Nellie McKinley of San Antonio, Mrs. G. C. Latham of Mission and Mrs. R. L. Goodwyn of Me Allen; two brothers, R. Y. Williams of George West and 0. P. Williams of Encino; and 10 grandchildren. HITS GAS TRUCK A 1949 Chevrolet driven by Mrs. Helen Schmidt, was damaged at the Five Points intersection Monday when the car-3 brakes failed at the traffic light and the vehicle crashed into the rear of a gasoline transport truck driven by Armet Carlile. The truck was not damaged. Call Russ Warner TYPEWRITER SALES & SERVICE 105 S. Adams St. Ph. 875 Fredericksburg, Texas For free demonstration on the Victor Automatic Printing Calculator, Smith-Corona Electric & manual typewriters. Also the new Smith- Corona Electric Portable Typewriter and the new Victor Check-out cash register. 28 years experience in service. Factory representative. Sealed bids will be received in ,he office of the City Manager U the City Hall, Kerrville, Texas, until 5:00 p.m. September 1, 1958, for the following: One electrically-driven water pump, pressure tank, and appurtenances and installation of hese units, electric transform- Specifications for the above terns can be obtained from the City Managers office in the ity Hall. In accordance with Article 1, Section 9 of the Char- er of the City of Kerrville all bids will be publicly opened and ead at a City Council meeting o be held on September 11, 958. The City reserves the ight to reject any and all bids ,nd to waive formalities. Adress all bids to Rudolph H. Weiss, City Manager, P. O. 3ox 910, Kerrville, Texas, glv- ng the bid item on the outside f the envelope. RUDOLPH H. WEISS, City Manager. 43-44 'LANNING to build or remod- 1? Get our prices on steel and luminum windows, folding oors, plywood paneling, steel nd aluminum framed sliding lass doors. Stiefel-Whitton Building Specialties, 129 W. Water St., CL 7-7108. 42tf \NGOHA BUCKS FOR SALE 125 ANGORA grade bucks of arwood breeding, yearling and -year-old, large size. Priced to ell: $25, $20, $15. McNutt anch, between Mountain Homo nd Segovia. Telephone Junc- on 2016 or 2077t>r HWrville, McNutt Ranch. 40-43p Mrs. Wilson, Linda, Kathy and I are intensely proud of the magnificent work and support given us by our friends in the run-off primary in the race for county judge. The results were a grand accomplishment. We are deeply grateful and want you to know that our appreciation is profound. Thank you. Robert I. Wilson Do You Neel Machine? We Have BARGAINS WASHING MACHINES Model 310-P Was $144,95 NOW Come in and see how easy it is to become the owner of a new ABC Washing Machine! REITER'S 901 WATER Plymouth Chrysler Imperial ~* PHONE CL 7-6233

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