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Agricultural Department Buys Less Dairy Stuff Than in '57 10 AUSTIN (MinrO HERAlOj Wednesday, Dee. 10, '58 Husband Hod Whip; New Ht Hoi No Wift WASHINGTON (AP) - The Ag-; million pounds compared with 13) mand for cheese increased sianif- rlculturt Dtpartment bought less million last year: cheese purchas- • ipnn ,iv *,,,;™ i«w «> butter, ch«e«e and dried milk in es were 25 million pounds and 182 1 ,, .,. . * (it rU(p« nriMi kunnnrt nrn<n.<>m ,«:n; nn «, .:.._!... ... j .> 'time tnnt there its home- the srnv. made whip on her t he left it hang. it» dtlry price support program million, respectively•""a"nd"""dr7' Ume tnBt there W8S a drop in fhe lnfcB . on . * e kitchen Wa " for psy- from April 1 to Nov. 30 of this 1 milk purchases were 459 million number of milk cows. .chologieal effect, testified Mrs. ye«r than in the same eight pounds and 4<M million respect-i i Lura Pa ^ ewskl in * divorce P«W« months in 1957. lively. ! VAMrABLE FRIEND ; tion During thft 1958 period, butter On Nov. 30. Ittft the department; BRISTOL. Va. <A - A motorist' if?" ^ ^ h « d maJOr ' d '" P$y " purchflws amounted to about 102 had less than 10 million pounds of paying an overtime parking tic- ** —_ — , jbutter on hand, no cheese stocks'ket left this note for police: Resolution ' at all and 74 million pounds ofi "A friend stopped me to talk I BE IT RWaLVBD ( BY THE COM ^ "^ °" N<W> 3 ° < 1957 the j Sh °" ld mflke h ™ ?»? '«!, but MON COUNCIL or THE cm- OF department had some 33 million -I'd rather keep my friends. They to "come up to his level of The divorce was granted. money »r* h«r*by determined to b« tor thp .rear commencing Apr 1 :,°' 1, 19M, and they AT* hereby set.'up i.c *nd Appropriated as a budget for the " purpose* hereinafter set forth- GENERAL GOVERNMENT: c'ouneU 11,800.00 Mayor 1.000.00 Court 1«.97P.2<> RpcorrtftT ,, 30.9S8.33 AssMKor ,.,, 17.92.VOO Attorney ,,.,,,.. 7,121.3s Tronnurer 397.00 and 25 million dry milk.' 'he department says the supply: , Legal Notice milk products was in better. ORDER ron HEARING ON FINAL 'JS:n:icf with demand durirg lain ACCOUNT AND, PETITION FOB and is expected to become even more balanced in 1059. The de- DISTRIBUTION STATE OF MINNESOTA -County oi Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION . Election ........ P.IOV.W '"ontlngency .... 5.00000 Planning ........ U.ooo.oo Mower— M. In Probate Court In Re Estate of James William Thompson, also known as James W. Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE STATE OP MINNESOTA. County of Mower—s». In Prob»fe Court In Re Estate of Bmha Enrlght, also known as Bertha O. Enrlght, Decedent, The representative of Mid estate having filed herein a petition to sell certain real estate described In Mid petition; Thompson and J. W. Thompson, De- IT la ORDERED, That the hearing c<?(1 « nt . i thereof be had on the 29th day of D«The representative of the above oember, 1958, at 10 o'clock A M., be- named estate having filed in* final fore this Court In the probate court nccount and petition for settlement allowance thereof and for dls- the Estate of Leo Meyer, Dece- TOTAl, AIj GOVERNMENT Pl'BUC SAFETY Police ........... 232.316.90 Pnrklni? Meter .. 48.240.12 Shop ...... 8.685.75 IT 13 ORDERED, That the hearing that notlo « . Building Inspector 6.297.SS Don Pound ..... 3.160T? ... 183.00 TOTAl. PUBLIC SAFETY HIGHWAT DEPARTMENT Highway Department General ..269,947.PI 81d«wallt, Curb. * Qutt«- 33.412JO HlghVsy Lighting- 42,180.70 TOTAL HIOHWAT DEPARTMENT SANITATION AND WASTE REMOVAL Disposal PUmt ..100,663.78 Waste Oolleotlon 69.84S.e7 aaoe 31.S99.M Sanitary Sewer Construction .. OS.378.00 Storm Sever Oon- struetlon 31.flB3.00 Weed Control .... 300.00 Public Ren Rooms 4.M7.W TOTAL SANITATION AND WASTE BE- MOVAL CONSERVATION OF HEALTH Health and Quarantine 10.030.S6 D»lrr Inspector .. 10,406.80 TOTAl. CONSERVATION OP KEAI/TH .. MISCELLANEOUS Veteran's Referral 4.510.00 Airport Malnten- tenanee 3,370.00 Special Appropriation* 19,375.33 General Bonds and Insurance 33,000.00 TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS Total O*n«r*l Fund Deduct Estimated Itocelpta 5fi5.7«?, ' Deduct Public Employees Retirement Association Contribution Included In above departmental fig- urea '. 15,967.. thereof b« had on the 22nd day of I S3T.UK e^of '"a" «•! ! W^^^r** ! trlbutlon to the .entitled; ! IT IS ORDERED, That the ithereof b* had on the 5th be Klren by pubuc ation of this order lu A8tln DiUly room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In ! the Austin Pally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law, Dated November 29th, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PLUNKETT & PLUNKETT -,;OH»07 3-;o,529 81 January. 1959, at 10 o'clock A.' M.. before this Oouft in the probate court 'room In the court house In Austin, j Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December flth. 195S. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PHILIP RICHARDSON Attorney for Petitioner Austin. Minnesota ed notice as provided by law. Dat-ed November 24th, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PAUL B. CROSS Attorney for Petitioner. Spring Valley, Minnesota Hie No. 11748 Nov. 26, Dec. .1. 10 CONSERVATIONIST'S CHRISTMAS — Los Alamos members of the Boy Scouts and Izaac Walton League prepare to unload truckloads of discarded Christmas trees. They are anchored in arroyos where they check further erosion. Christmas Trees End Days Preserving Soil Ex- are dumped systematically in plac- yards of th^ir particular hoods. Th«y are taken to a central location, from where the Izaac Walton League members and Boy Scouts truck them to arroyos in the Los Alamos or Bandelier Monument areas. , The trees are dumped into ir- royos with their trunk ends facing upstream, They are packed down thoroughly, thus providing • trap for drifting silt and pebbles and sticks. Shaffer says that one big arroyo about five or six feet deep and a mile long has become overgrown with grass fend weeds since the plan was begun three years ago, silting has practically ceased, and the arroro has filled up to the stage where in another year or so it will be about levelled over. Shaffer said league units In Colorado and in Las Vegas and Espanola are pursuing similar programs. "We are real proud of what we have done, and there is no doubt about the program's benefits," he said. "We would like to see the idea catch on elsewhere. With a little volunteer effort by such groups as the Scouts and the league, it seems like such a wonderful thing Couple Wed 80 Years; Town Joins in Celebrating Event to do with the discarded Christ- Attorneys for Petitioner. Austin, Minnesota LOS ALAMOS, N. M. ( iperts have written that one of es where they can contribute to!mas trees — so much better than Ithis nation's greatest threats is soil conservation. {burning them up." Pile No. 11826 Dec. J, 10, 17 jthe loss of priceless soil to erosion. Resolution Accepting NO. 4102 pint to be known as Pile No. 11711 Dec. 10, 17, 24 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON rtNAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION rOR DISTRIBUTION 9TATS OF MINNESOTA County Ol Mower—w tn Probate Court 395,908.17 tn Re Brtat* of Edna Teeter, al»o known as Edna I. Teeter, Decedent. The representative of the abort named estate having riled hli final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for dl»trl butlon V> th« persons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED That the hearing thereof be had on the 29th dav of December 1958. at 10 o'clock A.' M., before this Court In tn« probate court room In the court house In Austin Minnesota, and that notice hereof br 2€.-.27.36 j ?lven by publication of this order ir ' the Austin Dally Herald and by mall ' ;ed notice as provided by law. ; Dated December 1st, 1953. PATJL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge < PROBATE COURT SEAL) WALLACE C. SIEH Attorney for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota File No. 11756 i J12.955.33 : _____ _ Dec. 3, 10. H j 1.S87.96S23 Resolution Net deaenl ADD. Bond Sinking Fund .......... 203.627 .iO Park and Recreation Board 103,351.68 Shaw Gym ...... 3.000.00 309,919.18 Deduct Public Employees Retirement Association contribution Included In Park and Recreation I NO 4101 ; WHEREAS the Department of Highways of the State of Minnesota, has submitted to the City of Austin an agreement for the maintenance of I Trunk Highways within the corporate i limits of the City of Austin. I NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV- ! ED that the Mayor and the City Re, „-_ „ corder of said City of Austin are here'•"»- 3 ' i by authorized and directed to enter : into the maintenance agreement as , submitted with the Department of Highways of the State of Minnesota for the maintenance of Trunk Highways within the corporate limits of the City of Austin. Passed by a vote of the yeas and ' nays this 5th day of December, 1958. , Tea* 7, Nays 0. I APPROVED: I CHARLES R. HAN3EN > Mayor • ATTEST: j J. H. WETLAND i City Recorder Dt-c. 10 736.202.72 2,91148 307,607.70 1,093,370.42 the sum of Net Assessment PERA 18,908.83 Section No. 2: That $1,033,270.48 together with a levy of SI8,908.83 as a contribution to the Public Employees Retirement Association «nd together -with a levy of one-half of one mil upon all real and personal property of the City of Austin as a Band tax, a levy of two mils upon all real and personal property for Park Board purposes, a levy oi Resolution NO. 4108 Authorizing the Mayor nnd City Recorder of Austin, Minnesota, to execute and enter Into a contract with the Village of Maplevlew for amendment of Sewer Contract. WHEREAS after Investigation by the respective Councils of the City of Austin and the Village of Mapleview. -It Is deemed advisable and expedient to amend the previous sewer contract between said municipalities 1 elated April 15, 1952, wherein, by the -- —. ;-.- •- - : terms of said amended contract, the two ond one-half mils upon all real, wwe r service charges are Increased and personal property for the Library i from 75 cents per month to a dollar fund, a levy of one mil upon all real; D er month for each sen-Ice connection and personal property for. Policemen's! durinR 1959, ond Increased to $1.25 Pension Fund, and a levy of one mil j per month for each service connection upon all real and personal property i after January 1. '&«>, for the Firemen's Pension Fund, to ' NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLV- be raised by general taxation, and i ED that the Mayor ond the City Ret le City Recorder of the City of Aus-1 corder of Austin, Minnesota, are '.here- tin Is hereby authorized and directed ; by directed and authorized to sign to transmit to the County Auditor; said amended contract between the of Mower County such statement to- i City of Austin and the Village of Mas-ether with any Special assessments | pievlew, relntlve to sewer service which may be levied all In the man -i charges as above set forth which ner provided by the Charter of the .um-nded contract Is dated Decoxber City of Austin. 5, 1958. Passed by a vote of the yeas and i Passed bv a vote of the yeas and ' " ' 1958 ' ' ' ' - Southgate Second Addition to the City of Austin, Mower County, Minnesota. WHEREAS a plat of Southgate Second Addition to the City of Austin, Minnesota, has been duly filed with the City Recorder and pursuant to appropriate resolution by the Common Council a hearing on the acceptance or rejection of said Plat was held In the Council Chamber* on December 5, 1958, at 8:00 pjn. and, WHEREAS notice of aald hearing was duly given In the official paper of the City of Austin, Minnesota, and at the time and place specified In aald notice said matter was duly considered by tbe Interested parties In favor of accepting said plat and those opposed to accepting said plat and WHEREAS the Council has given the matter full consideration and the description of the premises contained within the plat of Southgate Second Addition to Austin Is ai follows; The following portion of the Southeast Quarter of Section 9. Township 102 North, Range 18 West: (1) Beginning on the south line of said Quarter Section at a point 1065.00 feet west of the Southeast corner thereof, which point lies 190.00 feet west of the West line of Dakota Road as shown In the plat of Southgate First Addition tn Austin Township, which plat is recorded in Book 7 of Plats, page 49, In the office of the register of Deeds of said county, and Is the Southwest corner of Lot 7 In Block 6 of the plat being described; (2) thence East 190.00 fe«t along the South line of said quarter Section to a point which point Is the Southeast corner of aald Lot 7; (3) thence North 284.00 feet at a deflection angle of 90" IS* left, along the West line of Dakota Road as shown on said plat of Southgate First Addition, to the Southeast corner of Lot 10 In Block 5 of the plat being described; (4) thence East 875 feet at a deflection angle of 90° 15' right (and along the North line of Southern Road as shown In said Plat of Southgate First Addition) to the East line of said quarter section at a point which is 284.00 feet North of the Southeast corner of said quarter section and Is the South end of the moat Easterly line of the tract being described; (5) thence North 594.00 feet at a deflection angle of 90" 15' left and along the East line of said quarter section, to the point where said line Intersects the extended South line of Out Lot 20 In said Southgate First Addition. (6) thence West 330.00 feet at a deflection angle of 89° 45' left, along said South line of said Out Lot 20 and said extension thereof to the Southwest corner of said Out Lot 20; (7) thence North 462.00 feet at a deflection aoigle of 89° 45' right, and along the West line of Out Lots 20, 17. 16, 13. 12, 9 and 8 In said Southgate First Addition to the Northwest corner of said Out Lot 8; (8) thence East 330.00 feet at a deflection angle of 90" 15' right and alon; the North line of said Out Lot 8 and an extension thereof, to the East line of said tlon; (9) thence North 232.23 feet at a deflection angle of 90" 15' left nnd along the East line of said quarter Legal Notice NOTICE OP HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADOPTION STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Mower—es In District Court, Fourteenth Judicial District. Petition of Aurelio Cards and An- tonla Garcia, his wife, to adopt Delores Agullar. To Mary Lou Agullar, Notice Is hereby given that the hearing on the petition of Auerllo Garcia and Antonla Garcia, his wife, to adopt Delore* Agullar will be had before the above named court at the Mower County Court Houae In the City of Austin, County of Mower. State of Minnesota, on January 18, 1959, at 8:30 o'clock A.M. Dated November, 1958. BANO. NTERENOAB.TEN ft HOVERSTEN Attorneys for Petitioner! Wallace Building Austin, Minnesota Dec. 10, IT, 14 Legal Notice ORDER FOR BEARING ON ACCOUNT AND PETITION DISTRIBUTION FINAL FOR STATE OF MINNESOTA. County Of Mower—w. In Probate Court In Re Eatmto of Henry Lett, Decedent, The repre»tnt*ttT« of th» above named cstAt* having flUd his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to th» persons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED, That th« hearing thereof be had on the 29th day of December 1958. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order in the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 1st, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JH. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) CATHERWOOD. HUGHES & ALDERSON Attorney! for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota File No. 11543 . Dec. S. 10. 17 Dave Shaffer, a leader in the Izaac Walton League, estimates A little band of Los Alamos peo- that the Christmas tree plan has pie, enlisting the aid of the hon-i resulted in the conserving of sev- orably discharged Christmas tree,;eral hundred tons of soil in the have been doing their bit ior sev-j last three years, eral years now in an effort to; As people of Los Alamos have fight erosion-here. They would likejbecome acquainted with the plan, to see the idea catch on at a statewide level and more. Instead of casting the Christmas Holy Cow Won't Go to Rose Bowl Gome PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The football team's enough. Rose Bowl officials don't want Iowa to send any cows along. Not even the Holy tree into bonfires or the incinerated, Shaffer said, and the task of tor or the neighbor's back yard, [collecting has become much eas- people in Los Alamos save theirs {ier and requires less time. cooperation has increased to the^ows, national grand champion point where they practically de-| Aberdeen, Angus from Spencer, mand that their trees be collect- for the members of the Izaac Walton League and the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. These organizations see to it that the old trees Iowa. A restaurant chain that bought Holy Cow for more than $23,000 was ready to fly him to Pasadena The collecting plan begins at u he couW be shown of{ at the the Cub Scout pack level, withJR 05e B OW I_ members of the dens and packs! B ut bowl officials nixed the collecting the trees placed in the whole idea. FAIRVfEW, Utah (AP) - Peter and Cdestla Peterson celebrate their 80th wedding anniversary Thursday. Townspeople plan • te»- timonial dinner tonight in their honor. They were wed In St. George, Utah, Dec. II, 1878. He'g now 98 and she's 97. Both are hard of hearing, *o they'll listen to the tributes tonight over a radio loudspeaker in their home. Harold H, Jenson, historian for the Old Folks Central Committee of Salt Lake City, says his research shows the Petersons have been married longer than any other couple in the country. They hold • record, too, for the Urgtit number of living d«iefRdtnt«— 20S. Borrows Bus Port to Return o Purse DALLAS (AP) - Jack MoDon. aid, ill and out of work, found a purse. It contained |41, two wrist watches, eight but tokens and it* owner'* address. McDonald borrowed tome money to pay the fare and rode the but to the owner's house to return the purie and it* oontenti intact. He received $10 as a reward. DUG A N'S DAILY Gift Suggestions Sunbeam Appliances Fry Pans $9.95 up 8 Cup Percolator $17.95 Coffeemaster .... $26.95 Lady Shavers $9.35 Shop Early • Layaway Now Free Gift Wrapping DUGAN'S 130 E. Mill HE 3-6190 Legal Notice ORDER rOK HEARING ON i PETITION TO SELL REAL ISTAtE STATE OF MINNESOTA. County Of Mower-«s. tn Probt,t« court In Re Esut* of Ole Colbjornson, Decedent. The representative of aald estate having filed herein a petition to sell certain real eetate described In aald petition; IT IS ORDERED That the hearing thereof be had on the 22nd day of December. 1988, at 10 o'clock' A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice u provided by law. Dated November 24th, 1958. PAUL KIMBALL, JR. Probate Judge. (PROBATE COURT SEAL) BANS. NIERENQARTEN * HOVERSTEN Attorneys for Pitlttonw Austin, Minnesota File No. 11531 . NOT. 26. Dec. S, If Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT OK DISTRIBUTION quarter sec- STATE OP MINNESOTA, County o! Mower—ss. in Probate Court In the matter of the estate of Arthur Anderson, Decedent, - , - Ruth Anderson having filed a section, to a point 1572.28 fw North ; petition In this Court alleslnK that of the Southeast Corner of said i said decedent died Intestate and quarter section and 1056.52 fe«t it hat said estate consists only of the homestead of said decedent and only such personal property as Is exemp: from all debts and charges In Probate Court and praying for a summary assignment or distribution of nays this 5th day of December, Yeas 7. Nays 0. APPROVED: CHARLES R. HA MS EN MAYOR ATTEST: J. H. WEILANP CITY RECORDER DfC. 10 nays this 5th day of December, 1958. Yeas 7. Nays 0. APPROVED: CHARLES R. HAN3FN Mayor ATTEST: J. H- WEILAND City Recorder Dec. 10 S. S. KRESGE GO. Your CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS G-I-F-T-S AT SAVINGS PRICES Kitchen or Bar Stool $3.77 Elec. Percolator $8.88 Elec. Steam Iron $8.88 Elee. Toaster $7.77 Ladtet' Plottic Rain or Snow Boots $1.57 Hi-Fi Record Player $39.95 Army Trucks $2.77 21-inch Baby Doll $3.98 16-Piece Stainless Tableware Set $6.95 24-Piece Stainless Tableware Set $9.95 Sofa Pillows Galore 99c Op*n (Every Weekday Night Until Christmas S. S. KRESGE CO. Acre** from Courthovte Downtown Austin South ol the Northeast Corner of said Quarter Section, which point Is the East end of the most Northerly line of the tract being described; (10) thence West 693.00 feet at a deflection an'4le of 89 ' S3.5' left; (11) thence continuing West 816.00 feet at a deflection angle of 0* 18.5' right, to the Northwest Corner of the tract being described; (121 thence South 1187.57 feet at a deflection angle of BO" 40' left, to the South end of the moat Westerly lino of the tract being described; (13) thence East 66.00 feet at a deflection angle of 90 J 00' lett, to the Northwest Corner of Lot 1 in Block 6 of the plat being described; (14) thence Southeasterly at a deflection angle of 77' 35' right to a chord of a curve with a delta angle of 32" 23' und tangent of 100.00 ieet, : a distance of 135.00 feet on the arc. along the West line of said Lot 1 to the Southweat Corner thereof; (15) thence H8.65 feet Southeasterly at a deflection angle of 59" 50' left from the chord of the aforesaid curve, along the Southerly line of Lots 1 and 2 In iald Block 8, to the most Southerly Corner of said Lot 2; (16) thence 196.00 feet Southeuit- f-riy at a deflection ansjie of 7" 49' ri/ht. alona the Southerly Hue of Lots 3 uml 4 in said Block 6, to the most Southerly Corner of said Lot 'i'17) thence !37 05 feet Southeasterly ut a deflection angle of 51* !8' right along the Southwesterly line of Lot 5 lu said Block 6 and the Westerly line of Lot 7 In talci Block, to the point ol ix'^lnnlnj; (18) containing -ia.ll acres, more or leas. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the fi'.y oi Austin. Minnesota, that the j'.,it of Souih^ute Second Addition to 1 i'.e City ol Austin. Minnesota, htre- lufore tilfrd \uth the Common Coun•il o: ti.iid City c.tui!l be und the same ii hereby acrepu-d. confirmed, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED '.hut the Cny Recorder upon tht 1 pa^.,L-e, ••yprovjl. ,iud accfi)t.,nrc of thli Ri-'s- olutlou. sh.il! fill- a i-crnfli-d i-op\ ;::t-reof in K:L- Oiili-t of the Register ji Detdj oi Mower County. Minnesota. Pus»</d by a vote ot the ye;-.» ;,ncl nay* tills 5th day ol Dectmbtr. l!>iS. Yea* 7, Nayt 0 APPROVED: ; CHAHLfcS H. HANS1-V Mas or ATTLSF: J. H WKILAN!) (.'ity Rrtuni'-! [j-, 10 said estate l thereto; to the persons entitled : IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on the 30th day of December, 1953. at 10 o'clock A M. b*- fore this Court lu the Probate Court Room in the Court House In Austin. Minnesota, and that notice of said hearing be given by publication of this order in the Austin Daily Herald .uid by mailed notice a» provided b\ law. ; Dated December 1st 1D53 PAUL KIMBALL. JR Probate Jud?p PROBATE COURT SEAL) I3AUDLER & BAUDLER Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Mliuie&oia Filn No. I!8i7 D<v 3. 10, PERSONALIZED Greeting Cords Napkins for Christmas Milan Printing Co., Inc. 130 W. Maple - Ph. HE 3-2055 TOEYfcE SPECIALIZED AT AUTHORIZED Let Us look into your TV trouble We'll fix it right and on the double SWiVl IS OUR PHONE HE 7 3833 New, double-bar Initial Buckle and Belt, $3.50. Imported English Morocco Wallet, $5. Champion Champion Jewelry: Gun Tie Bar, Puck Links, $2,50 each. Set, $5. Gurtmeta! WHAT'S NEW? Men's Sifts for Christmas There's more pride in giving because there's more pleaaue* in m-eivfog a positively finer gift by Hickok. So choose from ; <?ur huge selection of »ew Hickok jjttt> today. mob Hickok Initial Tie Bar and Links, $2.50 each. Set, $5. by Hickok Christmas Shopping Hours: Open Monday through Saturday 'til 9 p.m. We Will Close at 3 p.m. on December 24 DRESS 'EM RIGHT-When he looks his best he does his best! Sierra Belt and new Hickok InlHol Buckle, $S.

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