Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 20, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 20, 1933
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"BUT BITTH or uos AMM PAH.T TMBUyg-Timg. AMES, IOWA, WMWISDAY, UmMBEE 20, IMS FAOI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 8—PenooaJ* TAP, TOE, ACROBATIC. OHAR- acter dancing. Personality singing. For rates phone 916-W. Leininger Studio. 217 E. 12th street I 4—Strnywt, loat. FoniMI | LOST: LADIES POCKETBOOK, black felt trimmed in white felt, with initial "M." Keep change and return pocketbook and other contents. Phone 1617-W. LOST: 13 HEAD HAMPSHIRE and Yorkshire shoals, weight about 80 Ibs. Reward. O'Neil Dairy Co. Phone 62, Ames, Iowa. LOST: SAT. AFTERNOON ON . Main st, 3 keys on ring. Reward. Return to Tribune. FOUND: GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN*. Phone 1190. LOST: PAIR OF GLASSES. 626-J. B—AntomoMlMi, Truck* for Salej «4—Befr Waited. Male TEA AND COKFJBE ROUTE MEN. Big reliable national company needs 3 more men immediately. Previous experience unnecessary but must be physically able and willing to service 200 steady customers on regular route and work S hours a day for about $37.50 weekly. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 2^33 Monmouth, Cincinnati, 0. BOODLE MAS REGAINED HER STRENGTH EMOU6H FOR FRECKLES'TO TAKE. HER HOME,AFTEB &E1N6AT OSCAR'S SINCE. FRECKLE5 LEFT FOR PARADISE LAKE/ / SHE REELS i YIAM-$MEU Bt GLAD TO <bET HOME TO GLAD SHE'S" TO / BOY/SHEXL KIEVER YOU* FRECKLES? YpU A6 SHE LIVES, O&SIEf Suspicion! ANYBODY WHO'S TO THEM-OR ANYBODY WHO'S MEAN. fCMOM, POODLE? GET AWAY FROM THERE~-THAT£> WHERE YOU FOUND THAT POISONED PORKCMOPf 3 *y; /d, CURIOUS TO THE POINT OF ANXIETY^ OVER THE BOYS STOW, MR. HUFF, THE HOTEL OWKJER, DECIDES TO D16 DEEPER! r*.v.t.MT.orr. SAY, EARL...,. VOU REMEMBEP WHEM SENT TO SHUOZ RDP. THKT ORDER OF PCPK CHOPS LAST MOWTH, DOKTT YOU? DO YOU RECALL AMYTHIM6 / L AT ALL PECULIAR JL ABOUT THE IMODEMT? I S y ¥ 1 5€«?VEO CHOPS AND COWC TO TfllNK OF ITONi FIVE DOMES WIRe LBFTONTHB PIATE. 7—Work Wanted, Female WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2034. HOUSEWORK WANTED BY Experienced lady. Phone 411-J. 'WANTED: HOUR WORK. PHONE 1413-J. 28—Work Wanted, Male We Have the Best Stock of USED CARS we have had this year and at the best prices. 1932 Chev. 6-whl sedan with trunk 1932 Chevrolet Coach 1932 Chevrolet' Coupe 1931 Chevrolet ~ Coupe 1931 Ford ___: Town Sedan 1930 Ford Coupe 1929 Ford Coupe 1929 Plymouth Sedan Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 5th & Douglas WE NEED USED CARS SEE US at once for trades on NEW PLYMOUTHS DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES Open Evenings W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth • Dodge • Oldsmobile Used Cars 1'jSl Ford Deluxe Coupe $265 1930 Essex Sedan $245 1930 Ford Coupe $225 192b Essex Coach $70 Mathison Motor Co. STUDENT DESIRES WORK FOR board and room. Write 2685 Tribune. 43—Private instruction VOM'N POP Repeal That Date! By Cowan BALLROOM AND TAP~LESSONS.' W. L. Patten, Dance instructor.— Phone 2104. 00—Fuel SAVE BY, BURNING IOWA'S Best coal. Luther coal. Phone 1712-J. f WCt3E ON OUP V*^- TO . <3YmJ- ONNtO DANCE WVTW HANK AMD MWSTA 1 cwrr GET GLAUY* OH PHONE, BUT 1 KNOW SHE'LL BE TICKLED PWK! WE'LL ^EET \OU AT EIGHT SHAPP PEELING. AS A RESULT OP OUR VACATION JUST LOOK. AT 'MEf HOLD EVEPYTHING.A.ND SUP INTO voul? NO-BPCK CLOTHES! WE'PE. GOING PLACES». J CAN'T AN EVENING GOWN- ALLEY OOP 61—Garden Produce ACORN SQUASH AM) PUMP- kins. Large, ripe, ~25c dozen. Melons. At farm or delivered H T. Farrar. TOMATOES THAT ARE NOT ON- ly nice but excellent. 40c bushel at farm or delivered. H. T. Farrar. TOMATOES AT FARM. THREE bushels, 90c. H. T. Farrar. WEALTHIES, WOLF RIVERS, Jonathans. Cider to order. J. E Brown. 63F3. 14 mile south Ontario. 04—Household Gooda 1931 Pontiac Coach All new tires. Car can't be told from new. 1931 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan 6 wire wheels. Cleanest car we have ever had. Max Duitch Auto Ex. Phone 1000 323 Fifth 25 Good Used Beds 75c - $3.50 25 good used bed springs $1 to $4-50 (35 good student and breakfast tables -------------- $1 to' $3.50 I 7 — Ante Bepain WE FIX THEM on They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 Lincdnway Phon« 910 Used Circulating Heater $14.50 Christensen Hdwe. KNOCKED'IM OUT UNDER HIS. CROWN/ King for a Second! > D'YA THINK PODNER LOOKS, WEARIN' THE'KING'S CROWN? ' A-HOrTISH.EH/ By Hamlin GIMME CROWN, YOU BUG-EYED VUMBOZEE// fa 1*3*'BY NCA wmcE. ••• 85—Apartmenta, Flat* CALL 486-J Apartments and bouses, close to college, clean neat, convenient, priced right Cbas Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. 125 Main Phone 12 TO — Kadio Equipment C. E. CORE'S SERVICE. ALL radio work guaranteed. 210 llth 2011. HOW MANY MILES does your car get on a fill of gas, oil, or a change of tires? Your speedometer will tell you if it is working. If not let us repair it, at Cliff Roberson's Garage Phone 34 12—Beauty Berrioe I PERMANENf~END CURLS, 25c each. Oil permanents, $5.00. Allen's Beauty Shoppe* Phone 427. 7ft—*\ir Sale, MJsccllaneou* New 4-tube Crosley $17.50 Christensen Hdwe. APARTMENT, first floor. Private entrance. Furnished or unfurnished. Newly decorated. Heat, 'electricity, water furnished. 124 Welch. Phone 1'910. ATTRACTIVE APTS., NEWLY decorated... New furniture. Heat, lights,.water 'furnished. Close to campus. Sunset Apartments. Phone 1457-W. . ' FOR NICE APARTMENTS, (JLOSE to campus, reasonably priced, see M. A. Countryman, 2728 Lincoln way. Phone 12 125 Main FOR SALE: ELECTRIC CORN popper, cost ?SOO. Lot of good used lumber. Good Coleman pressure stove, 2 good gas ranges, new building, 10x20, also nice tomatoes, 50c bu. What have vou for sale or trads? Call 2338. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. CLEAN APA^T.MENTS, FURN- ished or unfutoikhetf* Also house, 4th ward. Phone 1 2147-0. 13—Business Set-rice Offered I THREE PIECE WICKER FURNI- ture set Suitable for living room UPHOLSTERING Refinishing Fibre Cord and Repairing Cane Seats Cabinet Work Awnings -Antiques Little Furniture Shop Phone 114 231 & Main ~ Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of ' furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone €62 400 Main Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hay ward Ave. Phone 1091 Plumbing- Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy "NEW FURNACES" Gen. furnace repair work. Furnace* vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work! F. A. Gould or sun porch. Phone 2414. j CHILD'S 54" SIMMONS, WALNUT j finish bed, complete. Like new, I ?6.50. Phone 2254-W. »»—Poultry for Sale POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs 16c per Ib. Hens 13c " " No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. DESIRABL.i FURNISHED APT. Laundry privilege. Outside entrance. 310 Lincoln way. WELL FURNISHED 3 ROOM Apt. Heat, lights, water. Washing privileges. 904 Clark. CHICAGO OIE)—Livestock: HOGS:55,000, including 5,000 di rects, 35,000 government pigs. Mar ket active, mostly 15 to • 25c higher ISO to. 230 Ibs., $5.10@$5.25, top $5.25. 240 to 300 Ibs., $4.60@$5.10 Commercial pigs §4.50 down. Pack ing sows |3.40@?4.00. Light light 140 to 160 Ibs:, good and choice $4.50@$5.15; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $4.S5@ ?5.25,- medium weight, 200 to 251 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$5.25- heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $4.20@?5.10; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium am good, $3.15@$4.00; slaughter pigs 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice |3.50@?4.50. CATTLE: 10,000, calves 2,000 Fed steers and yearlings strong to 15c higher. Early action confined to lower grades. Strong good and choice offerings upward to $7.00. Fed steers medium" and weighty kinds predominating in run. Yearlings and heifers fully steady. Best ONE FURNISHED ROOM WITH kitchenette. Garage. 607 Carroll ave. Phone 761. Phone 527-J 312 Main St. WHITE ROCK FRIES, MILK FED. 214 to 4 Ibs., 17c Ib. Dressed and delivered. Phone 371-J. 98—Rooms Withont Board BED ROOM. GARAGE AND breakfasts for 2 men or employed couple, $4.00 .week for one, $6.00 for t*o. 920 Burnett, 1243-W. UNFURNISHED OR FURNISHED duplex./4 T roonv college district Phone 2367. "'.' . . t 1 TWO AND 1 THREE RM. FURN. Apt near Westgate on bus line 2817 West St. .... THREE AND FOUR ROOM APTS^. Welch avenue. Phone 25 or 942-W evenings. Mr—flonse* for Rent TORRENT 3 furnished houses. 4th ward $20, $30, §36 Charles Miller Rhone 486-J FIVE ROOM, MODERN. FDRNISH- ed bungalow. Hot water heat, fireplace, garage, $40. 916 Ridgewood. 1440-W. FURNISHED APT., FIRST FLOOR. 3 rooms, private bath. 2S26 West. SMALL. KITCHENETTE APT. Also bachelor suite. Call 1809. COZY, TWO ROOM, FURNISHED apartment. 939-W., FOR RENT: PLEASANT, WELL furnished south room to gentleman. Private home. No other roomers. Phone 23S3-W. TWO SLEEPING ROOMS OR apartment on campus, near heating plant. Phone 242-L. J. WELL FURNISHED APT. AND garage. E. W. Blumenschein. DESIRABLE, UNFURNISHED apartment. Phone 13SS. s-ROOM APARTMENT. PRIVATE bath. 120S Third St. FOR RENT: 7 ROOM MODERN brick bungalow. Garage: 504 East Lincoln way, $20. Phone I. J. Scott. FURNISHED RESIDENCE. ALSO lower apartment at college. Pb 2057-W. --*-- .-... FOR RENT: HOUSE, FURNISHED or unfurnished Call 4S6-J. EIGHT ROOM MODERN HOUSE at 90S Douglas. Phone 42. $6.35. Cows and bulls steady to strong. Vealers 25 to 50c higher. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, $5.50@$6.75; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.75@$6.S5; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.75@?7.00; 1300 to 1500 Ibs.. good and choice, ?5.75@$7.00; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $3.25@$5.75. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, |5.25@$6.50; t common and medium, ?3.00@?5.25. -Cows; good, $3.75@$4.75; common and medium, ?2.35@$3.75; low cutter and cutter, $1.50@$2.35. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beet) ?3.25@?4.00: cutter, common and medium, ?2.25@S3.25. Vealers, good and choice, $6.00@?S.OO; medium. $5.00@$6.00; cull and common. $3.50@|5.00. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs., good and choice, $4.25@$5.00: common and'medium ?2.75@$4.25. SHEEP: 8,000. Natire lambs op ening strong to mostly 25c higher Sellers asking more on good to choice offerings.-$7.00@$7.25 early Best native lambs and choice west erns held above $7.50. Sheep steady Slaughter sheep and Iambs: Lambs 90 Ibs. down, good and choice. SO 75 ©$".50; common and medium ?4 00 ©17.00. Ewe;. 90 to 150 Ibs.. good and' choice. ?1.50(fi>$2.75: all wts. common and medium, 7:">c(g'|!2.00. Feeding lambs. 50 to 75 Ibs.. gooc and choice, ?6.00(fi$6.50. I Today** Markets | Price* bid by local dealers No. 2 corn 37c Ear corn 35c Oats 29c Hogs •.:. $4.15 Cream, sweet Cream, sour Eggs, No. 1 Eggs, No. 2 He Heavy hens, 4% Ibs., and up 9c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs 6c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over ...... lOc Heavy breed springs, under 4 Ibs 7c Leghorn springs 8c Leghorn hens 5c All roosters 3c All number twos, two cents less. FARM NEWS f New York Stocks Close Today CHICAGO <U.E>— Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May 101 101 S 4 93% Sept. 92n Dec. 96 u CORN: May 95V4 100% 92Vi 95% 61% 60V, 60% Dec. 54?4 OATS: lay 45l FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, SEVENTH St. C. H. Anthony. FOR RENT: VERY DESIRABLE sleeping rooms. Centrally located. Women preferred. Phone 833-J. DOWNSTAIRS ROOM, PRIVATE entrance. Meals if desired. 1196-W. MAC'S REPAIR SHOP. CARS, generators, electric motors overhauled. Batteries charged and repaired. 931 Maxwell avenue. YOUR CAR WASHED, THEN Duco polish 3d. $x.OO. Call 1617-W. AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE Phone 2061. 2S—Help Wanted, Female i i IRL K(W (SKNKRAL MOUSK- \\orl*. (So home nights. Phono READ THE WANTS i FOR RENT: FURNISHED ROOM. 526 Fifth street. Mrs. A. B. Crawford. ONE FURNISHED ROOM. PHONE 662. NICE TWO ROOM APARTMENT and rooms. 3107 West. TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Phone 1594. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT. PH. 662. FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor; FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. SUITE OP ROOMS FOR GIRLS. Near campus, none 2391. 3 . LOVELY FURNISHED ROOMS. Adults. 114 Seventh PLKASANT LARGE SOUTHEAST room. Garage 803 Duff. fitl-J. W--Hoa»t>ke«pln g Rooms •*0—Wanted,'Rooms or Boar BUSINESS GIRL WANTS 2-ROOM apartment near campustown. Reasonable. 52F15. NEW BUNGALOW, NEAR HIGH- way commission. Phone 730-W. FOR RENT: SIX ROOM DUPLEX, $20. 1752-J. Dee. 42 RYE: May si u Sept. 71U Dec. 75 BARLEY: May 651/2 Sept. Dec. (50 55 46 3S-i 42% 12 76% K2 45'.i 33 1£ 51V- 45% 75 '^ 59 54 59 ROOM BUNGALOW, 2905 Wood. Phone 79S-W. FOR RENT: HOUSE ON HYLAND call Kirkpatrick at 2031-J at once. MODERN FIVE ROOM HOUSE cheap. Inquire 227 So. Kellogg. NICELY FURNISHED "HOUSE. Phone 1564-AV, PRODUCE 10-1—Swap Ads DO—Buaineaa Place* for Sale FOR SALE: HARBKU SHOP near college. Cheap. Call 486-J. 81—Houses for Rent KlIRNTSHRn OR PARTLY FUKN modern Phone 705. WANTED: OWNER OF A DESIR- ably located 5 room cottage desires to exchange rent with some couple for his room and board. C. C. Major, 802 Sixth si Phone 1064. ! CARD OF THANKS I * ; Wn wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the many beautiful floral offerings from friends and neighbors (hiring our recent bereavement,--Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kvans anil daughter* Evolyn and a ___ CHICAGO ir.P)—Produce: EGGS: Market unsettled; re- eeipts 4,469 cases; extra firsts 1S!4; current receipts M(fil6; dirties 13',*:©) 15. BUTTER: Market unsettled: re- j ceipls 11,575 tubs: specials 2 '24; extras 23; extra firsts -1%: firsts n^WlS'-i; seconds 16Vi@17; standards 21%. POULTRY: Market steady to T ic higher; receipts 14 trucks; fowls 10©llVi; broilers 9%; leghorns S; ducks SS'H: geese S; turkeys 8((ii9; roosters 6@7. CHEESE: Twins, "ll*i(&)12; lonRhorns 12>«i(fjiJ2%. POTATOES: On track 251; arrivals 97; shipments 797; market about, steady. NEW YORK (IIP) — Following are Wednesday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can 94 American Locomotive 29% American T. and T 126% American Tobacco B 90 Anaconda is^ Atchison T. & S. F 63% Bethlehem Steel 37 C. & N. W. Com i.10% Chrysler 4714 Corn Products 59 DuPont .'!s6% General Electric 21-lJ General Motors 53 International Harvester -n% Montgomery Ward 24 New York Central 44% Pennsylvania R. R 3.1 i.i Sears-Roebuck 43% Standard Oil of N. J 4314 Sturlebakfr 51^ U. S. Rubber . 19 U. S. Steel '/. .... '.'.$[% Westinghouse Electric ' 43 Standard Oil of Inri 32V> Cities Service 2% MONIES Catholics WU1 Discuss Farmer, Economic Crisis DUBUQUE (U.E) — One of th* principal features of the Catholic Rural Life conference here Oct. 24-26 will be consideration of the farmer and his home in the economic crisis, it was announced. In view of the general trend of the conference. President D. P. Hogan of the Omaha Federal Lund bank, in charge of refinancing of Iowa farm mortgages, will be one of the chief speakers. Other prominent speakers on the program include Archbishop Beckman of Dnbuque. the Rev. Thomas Collins, Waverly; the Rev. N. J. Lentz of Waterloo; Thomas Doig, Minneapolis; and the Rev. W. Hoard Biship, Clarksville, Md. The relation of the church (o the i farmer under present conditions will be discussed by the Rev. F. A. Mullin. Dubuque. The Rev. Joseph Campbell, Ames, will discuss "Cooperative Associations,, the Means to Economic Security.'' The place of tlie small town church will be discussed by the Rev. John Burynski of State Center. An effort will be made during the conference to devise ways and means of spreading more widely accurate information on credit facilities now offered tliru the government. The NRA anil its relation to the church will be discussed by the Rev. M. M. Hoffman of Dubuque: Archbishop Beckman's subject will concern the newly formed Archdiocesan Rural Life Bureau, sponsor of the conference.. DUBUQUE (IIP)—Production of barley in the mid-west that will meet both demands of livestock feeders and brewers were tie subject of a conference here Wednesday. Attending the meeting were representatives of large brewing interests, grain growers, United States department of agriculture officials and research workers from Iowa State college, Ames. The conference was called by the plant pathology department of Iowa State college. Principal speakers on the program include Dr. R. H. Porter, plant disease expert, and Dr. L. C. Burnett, cereal breeding director, at Iowa State college. Angeles couple, get remar* '•if(I ciir;t year ")u*t in rcmcm- »rr the things irr. .inid when we iff re frit marrifil." Lots of pea/>'« ore glad to Jnraet 'cm. Buddie Rogers and Marian Nixon will br seen in "Best of Enemies," the opening attraction of the season at. (he "New Ames' 1 Theatre iVednesday nigiit. In theme and treatment, it is a ilm that has as timely a significance as any recently seen. Against a background that depicts (he Ganges of time, the story details . romance between two youngsters vhose personal, lives are inextrica. 'ly bound up with passing events, 'heir bringing up, their dally lives, elonging. as they do, to a familiar class of Americans, gives rise (o a number of barriers that must be overcome. Buddy Rogers, absent from the motion picture screen for these many months, hereby makes h's return. With the training ho has achieved in a year of personal appearances thrvout the country, Rogers is said to have, garnered friough experience to present himself as a new typo of screen performer. Marian Nixon has the lending f>m!n!no role. The cast In nup)>«>n of Rogers and Miss Nixon Is headed by tlio veterans, Frank Mor.cnn nnd Joseph Onwlhorn, anil Includes Greta N'is- ""•TI. Tlie film lias n bar.k- ground dlrecieil by Arthur Lange, ' v ith a number of dnn^o HCOUPIK^H the direction of Sammy T,r-<\ Farm Comment By MRS E. O. ROBINSON other scratch feeds, but one "woman tells me that her chickens hunt out the rye grains and eat them first. Perhaps this Is another result of education along those lines. Silo filling was going at full blast last week. The state dairy farm was among those which filled last week. Monday morning, filling began- at Rookwood farm, owned by Dean • C. F. Curtiss. That farm has a.: large amount of pure-bred stock, which requires a vast amount of feed, much of which is homegrown. As the road runs right thru the farm, for a considerable distance, one is able to see some classy Berkshires, Shorthorns and Per- cherons, running in the pastures. Big bronze turkeys, guineas and- chickens are also members of the "arm family. It. is quite surprising iiow soon tlie plenteous recent rains sunk into the dry ground, so that work could KO right- on. Much plowing is being done, both by team and tractor, it lias been very hot for horses especially those which have worked little and run in the pasture a great deal. Rye is being sown in many fields and hog-lots.'It makes good spring pasture for IIORS or for other stock. Mnnj farmers let some sort of stock run on rye for awhile In the fall, and again in the spring, then shut them off and cut a crop at harvest time. Counting all the ways of getting the pay from such fields, it is considered profitable to do so. One farmer tohl me last year, that it' _he had not pastured his rye it would have been altogether loo rank and would probably have lodged quite badly. As it was the straw was heavy enough. Whether rye Is considered really good chicken ford, much of It is In iiu: us' il on farms where it is raised, along with other f(e(l*. 1 hftvi 1 seen heiu which would leave I I've, whore U wan vvltli corn and Well, here we are at bulb planting time and with littk money to spare to buy any. Perhaps some may be exchanged with neighbors, .thus making a variety in colors, for each. Sometimes several women club together and buy bulbs which they divide among themselves. In this way they take advantage of club rates, or whatever they may be called. One thing which does not seem best to do. is sending ont of town, to any place for bulbs which are unnamed, or which one does not know. Our home to^n,, folks are naturally more anxious to please their neighbors, and also deserve our trade. Next, spring, at bulb blooming time, we will all regret it If we have no spring blooming bulbs of some sort. Those which were left in the ground all this hot, dry summer, run some chances of being (lead. If they are alive, tluy may be dug up and re-planted in a new, fresh location where they will repay the extra work b/ bloomtog much more freely, ller^ is where- there my hf some extra* to divide with a friend. Calendulas are amonft the pianu wliii-h we usually consid'T a* manuals, fn> outdoor lilan'.inR*. only. But they »*••• lovely, In potn, !n *

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