The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 26, 1958 · Page 12
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1? AUSTIN {Minn.) HtfiAlD Friday, Dsc. 24, 1958 MD«. *OR SAU-7 RIAL ESTATE-11 HERALD WANT AD SECTION DIAL HE 3-8851 noons rtmj». — CLAgBtmt) ADS ARK CAIH WITB ORDER 0*inf to tttn AMI; nund«d« ot OiMtined »nmii«raentt in tit* H»t»Id «»oh month th« cost rvf Vbf collection »nd booKKetn- in| make* tt unprofitable to chftfff* the** small amount*. Pot thin reason the-' policy of the Rerkid ta to raqalre CASH WITH ORDER. We believe oiu readers refiDgnim tfc» condition »nd will glte their Willing cooperation In eiute of emergency when it IK tmpowIM* for puirons to call at thu office to make payment*. «mngomenM can w> made for payments through their Hfiuld ciifrl»r-(»ilf«m»n 2Se carrier collection charge for arts not paid 48 hours utter expiration. RENTAL&-5 FOR REfTf—APARTMENTS —SB 3 ROOM modern apt. also a small 2 bedroom modern hows* tn Browns- dul*. Available Jan. 15. Cull LO 78741 or LO 7-8791 after 6 p.m. CLEAN pleasant kitchenette apt. On bus line. Prefer wonting girl or mld- dlenfcod lady. HE 7-3418. DOWNTOWN apt. Stove, refrigerator furnished. 3 room*. Private entrance Immediate possession. 30SU East Bridere. HE 7-2491. 2 BKDROOM, near plant. HE 3-7419. 3 RMS. Furnished. Down. HE 3-6824. FURNISHED kit«heriett« »pt., block off Main. Adults. 102 S. St. CLASSIFIED ADS (Want Ad) Rate Minimum chare* 1$ words 11.20. 1 time 80 J time* 12o 3 times 16« 4 times 20c I>AV TOR 4 RUNS . . . GET « RUNS Ad* accepted until 9:45 am. same day of publication. Irregular Insertion* take 1 time rat*. AU ads restricted to classification and type style. SOo ser »lce charge for blind ads. If you do not want blind ad replies to fall into certain hands simply address your reply to th» numbers In the ad attaching a list of parties you do not want your reply to reach. Place both In anotner envelope addressed to Want Ad* Confidential Service Aus,- tln Dally Herald. THE HERALD ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS AFTER FIRST INSERTION and reserves the right to edit or reject any copy submitted. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Minimum space 1 inch. Not over 20 words per Inch allowed, 1 time per Inch §1.30. 2 or more consecutive times $1.20 per Inch. Irregular Insertions take 1 time rate. Display copy must be in composing room by noon preceding day of publication. Space larger than 40 Inches 2 days before publication. READER ADS on Society page: Minimum charge for heading and IS word* $1.80. Over IS words. 60 per word additional. CARDS OF THANKS and DJ ME- MORIAM8 — SO words or less $1.00. CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1—Announcements. I—Personals I—Lost <5s Found 4—Employment 5—Rentals 6—Fanners Market 7—Mdse For Sale 8—Business Service 9—Financial 10—Auction Sales 11—Real Estate- is—Automotive Place An Ad Today Dial HE 3-8851 FURNISH 3 room apt. down. Also room for light housekeeping Utilities furnished. $42.50 and 122.SO. HE 1-3324. NEAR high school. Very good 2 bedroom apt. Dial HE 7-3459 after 5 pm. LARGE 5 room downstairs apt., «08 Bauman. $65. Mrs. Sommera Realtor. HE 3-M05. 3 ROOMS and bath Adults. Inquire 807 Hope, rear apt. NICE kitchenette apt. downtown In Wagner Building. Available now. HE 3-5519. NICE 4 room apt. Washer, dryer, utilities furnished. Child considered t80. HE 3-8478 or HE 7-3512 3 ROOM apt. Utilities furnished. Close In. Reasonable rent. 303 S. Chatham evenings. FOR RENT—ROOMS ROOMS. 105 N. Greenwich. HE 3-6258. ENJOY comfort and privacy of lovely studio apt. Reasonable. Kitchen and laundry included. Downtown. HE 7-4248. ROOM. Gentleman. Dial HE 3-8986 FOR RENT—MISC. Used Furniture SALE Forced To Vacate Warehouse \* Wood" & chrome dinette sett *• Living room furniture >* Bedroom suites * Rockers HI-WAY SALES CO. E. of Airport - Highway 16 Austin, Minn. — Open Evenings 3 BEDROOM mrobwr J y**r* old, OM trim and floors. Oarage and cement atift, N»M Severn *ch(X>i. tOU gJttg HOUSES VW and met traiiwt - ZlmrBW. RolloftOUtt. 10 »**».. f..««* nhtnera*. A BEAtrftruti 3 bedroom rwnbler on Prospect 8tr**t, CafpfctW living room and attached (rarag*. $15,900. 4 BEDROOM horn* on Boehfora. Single garage. Possession at one*. t'3,100. EMy t*rmo. K«Md Real Estate, dial HE 3-8343, 304 N. at. Paul. After 5:910 dim 71171. FOR CbristmMl What would be nicer than a beautiful piano or organ, new or used. Dial HE 7-4817. MISCELLANEOUS — 7B YEAR END CLOSEOUTS ON NEW APPLIANCES Washers - Dryers - Frec/crs - Re frigerators - Ranges - Console and Portable TV Sets. — USED — Philcp 12 cu. ft. Freezer (Like new) Good Used TV Sets Good Used Electric & Gas Dryers Good Used Automatic Washers (All Makes) Good Used Gas and Electric Ranges Good Used Refrigerators Quality Appliance i 207 N. Franklin Silent Salesman Yes, This One Spe6ks For Itself, 3 bedroom, 5 worn Rambler, targe kitchen, nice sited living room with dining art* oft rnd, finished recreation room in basement, garage. Priced at $16,900. WHEEL chairs by the month. S7.SO. Rent Sc Save, 1000 E. Water. RE 39172. NEW ground floor office space now available. 4 and 5 room units. HS 38249. AT KNATJER'S MarKet, 121 W. Maple. — Fresh dressed turkeys (not frozen). Place your order now. BEEF quarters at Knnuer's Market. WANTED TO RENTS NEW Italian accordion. Never used $49.50. Electric mixer, electric mangle and stand. Cheap! 417 S. Qreen- whlch. HE 7-1931. PHYSICIAN and family dealres unfurnished, 3 bedroom house. Write EI3, Box 327, Austin, Minn. NEW and used snow blowers $50 and up! Cliff Oreenman, Gravely Sales & Service. HE 3-7975. WANTED to rent — Oarage In vicln- i ity of 704 Johnson. Dial HE 3-5131. FARMER'S MARKET-6 ! POULTRY AND PRODUCE —6B ANNOUNCEMENT-! POTATOES — Fancy Cherokees, $1.49 per hundred pound bag. Tree- rtp- ened Texas fruit. Primings. Austin. DANCB at Eagles' Hall, Saturday, Dec. 27, Music by Curt Wilkinson. For Eagle*. SPECIAL Communication of Fidelity Lodge No. 39 Saturday, 4 p. m. Work In tint degree. TEBP Ballroom, Austin, Minn.: Tonight, Stan Hyland. Saturday, Jules Herman. Sunday, Leo's Pioneers. Wednesday, New Year's Eve, Jules Herman. Jan. 1st, Tom Owens Band. Jan. 2nd., Brother Burr and His Burros. PERSONALS-2 PERSONAL BUSINESS —ZB STAUFFER Home Plan. HE 3-4746. LOST AND FOUND-3 LOST—Yellow Angora male cat. White •pot on chest. Near Hanson's Direct Service. Reward. HE 3-5418. EMPLOYMENT-4 SALESMEN WANTED —4D Am Looking For a Man! WHO WANTS: To Work To 1 Sell Cars To Make, Money Contact Larry Haltom AT Larry Haltom's Buick-Pontiac lUSSETS. Kenncbecs, Cberokees — cooking quality wonderful I Prices low. Put In your winter supply now. Pet ran Farms. OTATOES — Cherokees and Poutl- acs. Best cooking. $1.50 hundred. SunnyhUl Farm, 3 miles west of Corning, Hgwy. 251. (Always open.) BEST BUYS You can get the best buys on reconditioned TV sets, washers, dryers, refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, etc. ar GAMBLES "Your Friendly Store" COME IN AND SAVE! WEARING APPAREL —1C IVESTOCK —6C BIO Minnesota crossbred gilts. Due In January. Two 700 ib. open Shorthorn heifers. Edwin Meyer, 3 miles west Waltham. 3 CHOICE white face yearling steers. 24 white face cows, calf April. 40 mixed yearling heifers. N«ls Brunsvold. Manly 3882 after 8 pjn. FOR SALE — Woman's black belted wool coat, size 12. Woman's brown wool sport coat, size 14 or 16. Man's gray wool overcoat, size 40. Man's black Hudson Bay overcoat, size 42. Army O. D. pants, never worn size 31 waist - 33 length. Army overcoat with buttoned Insert suitable for rain as well us coldest days, used only a few days. See to' appreciate! Low price values. 61il S. Kenwood. HOLSTEIN springer, close up. Donald Miller, 2 miles north of Oakland. CHESTER White gilts. January far- row. Andrew Steene, Lyle. Call 54237 Lyle. BLACK Angus bull. Don Hanson, 4 miles west LeRoy. FEEDER pigs. Wisconsin Feeder Pig Coop. Pigs sold oh weight and grade basis. All males casterated. You have the right to reject any upon delivery. Special prices until Jan. 1. Call collect or write representatives, R. W. Bell , & Sons, Qalesvllle. WU. Telephone Center- vllle 31-F 23. SPRINGING. HE 7-1527. Holateln heifers. Dial TOP quality feeder cattle. Holsteln springers, Alvln Bergatrom, 3 miles east Ui north Rose Creek. POLAND China boars of March far- row. Cholera Immune. Myron Aultfather Austin, Minn. HE 7-1517. NORTHERN feeder pigs, one or truck load. Priced right. Harold and John Bralnerd, Blooming Prairie. BUILDING MATERIALS —7E Plastic Wall Tile Windsor Brand Made By Armstrong ONLY 4° EA. Many Beautiful Colors In Stock Easy to Install Johnson Cashway Lumber Company 206 N. Railway • HE 3-3478 Open All Day Saturday YOU SAVE YOURSELF A LOT OF FUSS WHEN YOU LIST YOUR HOUSE WITH US. North Location. 3 bedroom, 1^ story home and garage, includes carpeting in living room and large dining area in kitchen, finished recreation room. $14,800.00. $600.00 cash down payment. Near Neveln School. V/2 story home. Taxes paid for full year. Work out down payment by doing your own decorating. 4 room bungalow and garaae. $10.500.00. 4 room home. Garage. Top condition. $5,300.00. BUD LEIF REAL ESTATE HE 3-7339 After 5:30 p.m. Gene Buns - HE 3-3074 Bud Leif - HE 3-4670 Lloyd Cummings - HE 3-4258 Jerry Quinn - HE 3-4521 Austin Realty Co. SPORTING GOODS South Austin—2 bedroom, 4 room bungalow has carpeted living room, file bath and F. A. gas heat. Garage. A good buy at $9,800. Northwest—New 3 bedroom rambler has tiled bath with vanity, oak floors and F. A. gas heat. Attached garage. Priced to sell at $16,500. Lakeview Addition—New 3 bed' room rambler is completely decorated and has formica tabletops, Oak finish and F. A. gas heat. Large lot with cement drive. $1,600 down or owner will -onsider tiade. Austin Realty Co. —7F! BICYCLES—New Schwlnn and Ra-l lelgh. Top dollar trade on your old| bike. Rebuilt, used bikes, all sizes.! Open evenings. R&F Bike Shop,! 1109 W. Oakland. ' 105N. St. Paul HE 3-5035 SEEDS FEEDS —6D ICE Skates—Over 1000 pairs (new and used). Sharpening, repairing. Socks. Free bells. R&F Skate Exchange, 1109 W. Oakland. Farmypryde High Quality Egg Mash Keep your hens laying quality eggs to their maximum of production. Mash or Crumbles. Manufactured by # GENERAL FARM STORES, INC. Austin, Minn. HAY for sale. K. P. Sprague. Elkton, Minn. Phone 24219 Grand Meadow SITUATIONS WANTED —IE SEPTIC tank cleaning. HE 3-7876. SEWING. Alteration*. BE 3-4881. SEWING. Apron*. Etc. HE 3-2120. WILL do Ironing. HE 3-8 PIANO tuning and complete repair. Dial HE 3-2718. Luther Hanson. SNOW removal. Dial HE 7-1786. FURNITURE moving, local and long distance. Agents lor united Van Lines. Acbtoa Service. Dial HE 35386. Rancher Brand ALFALFA SEED 1. Guaranteed to grow 2. Capon treated 3. Blend of approved varieties 4. Maximum performance Early Season Discounts Now In Effect (Place your orders now) Austin Seed Co. Highway 218 k-HE 3-9215 MISCELLANEOUS RiNTAlS-5 FOB BENT-HOUSES KNIPCO PORTABLE ELECTRIC HEATERS Heat you can take anywhere such as the: workshop, hog house, machine shed, etc. With or without theromstate control. Sfttisjacnon Gu-ttaiiteed 1959 SCHWINN bicycles are here I Over 100 bicycles to choose from. Trade your old bike in. We give green stamps on everything but Fair Traded items, small payment holds. Myers Cycle Shop, 309 E. Bridge since 1910. DOGS, CATS, PETS —7H NICE German Shepherd pupa. 3 months old. $3 and $5. Glenn L. Wright, call Hayfleld 3714. PARAKEETS. Canaries. HE 7-4490. WANTED TO BUY —71 WANTED—Ping pong table. HE 3-5157. BUSINESS SERVICE-8 BUILDING SERVICE & REPAIRS—8A DIAL HE 7-4445 for plumbing installations and repairs. Patterson Plumb- Ing and Heating HAY Smith. Elec. Cont. HE 3-6379. Pat McAnnaily Carson Sterling Bob Demuth G. L. Hartson HE 3-5286 HE 3-8397 HE 3 8782 HE 3-3962 FISHER Real Estate. HE 3-9563. WE service what we sell Hill Heating and Roofing. Dial HE 3-8801. IDEAL Heating and Sheet Metal 1305 8. Elver. Dial HE 3-8883, ROOFING, Insulation, siding, roofing repairs, all types. Free estimates. 3 years to pay. Jorde Insulation Co., Blooming Prairie 38 or HE 3-9265. MISCELLANEOUS —8C KEYS made. "Axe- ware. Johnson Hard- WANTED Your meat processing, butchering and poultry picking. Buy home killed beef by the quarter or half and SAVE. No middleman to pay. Pennies Saved are pennies earned! Call RE 6-4471 Otranto Locker Otranto. Iowa FINANCIAL-9 UODB&N 3 room aou*e. carpeting. newly redecorated kitchen. Stove and r»frigar»tor furnished If desired. Clo*s to bus line and St*r-| ling Shopping Center. Immediate possession. 1106 W. AUeghene;. Dial fifST-TOS. MODCBN 4 room bungalow. Close to Plant. Oarwje, garden. Immediate Blon. Dial HE 3-6348. _..,.,_ 4 K>0«n furnished apt. Also 3 rood apt. over garage. West Oakl*Ad Ave. HE 7-1245. I M f I ( M t H f O Rose Creek, Minn. HE 7 4050 LOANS Sterling Shopping Center HE 3-2361 STERLING — Three Bedroom Tri level. See this one before you buy. Full price $15,500. CLOSE TO DOWN TOWN — Large 5 'room house. Attached gar age. Quick possession. Only $500.00 down. DOBBINS CREST — 3 bedroom rambler. Double garage. Vanity in bath. Stove and oven. Also Sun porch. Only $22,400. EAST SIDE — \y> story close to school. 3 bedrooms. Large kitchen living room and garage. A steal at $9,500. Choice lots available for sprinj building. Choose yours now in Bel Air or Oak Tower near Ellis Jr High school. EVENINGS: Larry Keane—HE 7-2095 Pat Curtin—HE 3-6023 Bob Lewison—HE 7-3148 LUND Real Estate Agency. HE 3-60-19 PRIVATE real estate loan wanted, i City property. Dial HE 7-3538. i R£Al f STATE-11 —HA AUTOMOTIVE? WANTED t6 Strt TOP ptl«« fot yoW old W «r*e««d c%n. Ame««*n Auto P»rt*. 1303 E. 0»K!«nd. m 7-1JW. AUTOMOTIVI-12 c AM, tmrcaa, utmig WB Buy CAM, TR REAL ESTATE J Realtor - Ph. HE 3-6601' Evenings: B. Skinnet HE 7-4406 L Meehl HE 3-3659 K. Legried HE 7-1253 ^ C. J. Legried HE 3-9542 ' it*.. KB C'App-Homes before building or buying! Capp-Homes will show you how to sav« thoiiMndt of dollars on tine quality homes. Quality of materials and labor are guaranteed. Prices from $3489, freight paid. Pi. nanclng includes plumbing, heating and kitchen. Write Capp-Homes, 1143 Dupont H., Dept. 133. Minneapolis, Minn. H.f.OHDf AGENCY 300NJ1WII HE 3- Realtor Member M.L.S. Immediate possession! 4 room home with bath, large living room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and utility room ail on one floor. Garage. $7,900. Only 5 blocks from Sumner school. Can also be rented for $70 per month to reliable party. Evenings: Mrs. Elaine Ring HE 3-5379 Wm. Holmquist HE 7-4154 H. F. Ohde HE 3-9654 FOR SALE—FARMS —11B 80 ACRE farm with modern buildings 3 miles from Austin on highway 109 ACRE farm 10 miles from Austin on highway. Fair buildings and good land. 160 >ACRE farm with dandy buildings and all tillable land N. E. of Austin. $262.50. Heald Real Estate, dial HE 3-8343 204 N. St. Paul. After 5:30 dial HE 7-1171. Capret? Agency Since 1905 219 N. Main-HE 7-4503 80 acre farm near Blooming. Modern 3 bedroom home, barn, silo, hoghouses, granary, etc. In excellent shape. Soil productivity very high. First time offered for sale. 124 acres near Blooming Prairie. Modern 3 bedroom home in very good condition. Outside of buildings fair. High grade soil. $255 per acre. 160 ucie farm near Lansing. Good buildings. House in lair shape. $13000 down. EVENINGS: Bob Hart— HE 7-1101 Earl Miller —HE 7-4125 MARCH 1 possession on several gocx modern 160 acre and 200 acre farms Good terms. Selmer Wicks, Route 4 Austin. Located 2 miles north, mile east, Oakland, Minn. FARMS — Improved 3«0, 320, 240, 22C acres. 200 unimproved. Also good desirable restaurant In LeRoy Kemmlsh Real Estate, Taopl, Minn GOOD farms available. Le Vasseu Real Estate. 215 E. Water. HE 3-8478 ROY Barrtck, realtor Farms, homes Farm loans, 5\i%. Dial HE 7-1752 GOOD farms available. All sizes. E. H Kraft Real Estate. HE 3-3138. LISTINGS WANTED —11 Babcock Agency Realtor • M.L.S. Complete Realty Service R. O. Babcock - H. K. Lund HE 3-6707 PICKUPS '51 FOR&'ViTON '52 DOD66 Va TON '47 FORD Vi TON Midway Cor Sales Shop For Bargains Everyday Through The Want Ads NOTICE!! Since the introduction of our new 1959 models we at Fordtown have been selling more new cars than used. This has increased our inventory consider ably. Therefore we have lowered our prices on this large selection of used cars. Try Us-Now! Fordtown Corner of River & Winona HE 3-3486 CURTIS Avenue of Beautiful Car Hi-Way 218 N. - HE 7-4508 B 4 DOOM ford station tf»fo». W, Crut(wm»li6^ft*»on»bl». Out flOW Aibttn ' - BIG NEW YEAR SALE *1495 *1795 '57 PLY '56 CHRY. N. Y. '55 CHRY. Windsor $1375 '55 BUICK ...'... $1395 '55 PACKARD-18,000 miles '54 DODSfc - 30,000 miles '54 PLY. - 29,000 miles 10 OTHER GOOD USED CARS ' Austin Auto Co 215 E. Mill - Open Evenings Honestly Now- Don't You Need A Better Car? * '56 BUICK Riviera 4 dr. All power equipment.' Clean as new. $1595 '56 CHEVROLET "210" (6) with standard drive, radio, heater. $1090 '54 CHEVROLET "210" 4 dr. Radio, heater. Clean. $790 '53 FORD Customize 2 dr. Ford- omatic. A good family car. $620 '53 PLYMOUTH Cranbrook 2 dr. Good tires.. $385 '50 CHRYSLER Windsor 4 dr. Radio, heater. $125 '49 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. $90 '49 PONTIAC Coupe. Radio, heat$85 USEM'S Seller Needs The Cash Buyer Ready To Pay WANT ADS Make Both Happy New Hope Offered for Deaf Children 1 By FftANK CARE? WASHINGTON (At»)-N«W fop was offered today for some deaf children previously thought bietp- able of learning to talk. They might have an undetected anguage disability along iHth their .known deafness, said fidna K. Monsees, director of the heat' Ing and speech department of Children's Hospital, Washington. If this Is discovered, the child might then be taught to talk by the application of special teaching techniques, she said in a report prepared for the 126th meeting of the American Assn. for the Advancement of Science. False Maxima "The results of recent research and Invention dealing with problems of hearing and deaftiess are leading us to suspect that Some of the old maxims about deaf children may not be true," she said. "We are questioning the statement, for example, that some deaf children of normal intelligence cannot learn to llpread and to talk." • It now appears, she said, that such children may actually (1) have a handicap that is not deaf' ness at all; (2) they may be doubly-handicapped children having both hearing and language disabilities called "aphasia." Technically, aphasia is the loss or impairment of the power to use or understand speech. It results from a brain injury or, sometimes from a functional or emotional disturbance. "The final determination of which deaf children are also apha sic lies in the child's response to attempts to teach him to talk," she said. "The deaf child will learn by methods currently used in teaching the deaf. The aphasic chile win fail to learn by these method* nd requires an altogether different teaching procedure. "The importance of early and accurate diagnosis is obvious -» n preventing the waste of Urn* nvolved in trying to teach a deaf- aphasic child by methods unsuited to his needs, with all that this allure may mean in terms of suffering for the child and his parents." Big Christmas for Families of Fatherless ROGERS CITY, Mich. (APji + Christmas for the families of thu men lost with the Great Lake* freighter Carl D. Bradley Wax M happy as friends could make it. "Nothing was lacking,'* Mid Mr*. Melville Orr, one of the 38 women widowed When the big vet- sel broke apart in a Lake Michigan storm last month. Some SO children were left fatherless. "Most of the youngsters probably had a bigger Christmas than they ever had in their lives." CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES —12E CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES —1ZE Not a child was forgotten. "Christmas was wonderful un- WILL EXTEND THROUGH DEC. 31 Buy at Next Year's Prices NO PAYMENTS TILL FEB. 15 LARRY HALTOM BUICK-PONTIAC For Dependable "First Choice" USED CARS See COOK MOTOR CO. First! HARBER'S Have nice homes in all sections of the city. We offer the best terms on every listing. Call us for further information. HARBER'S HE 3-8864 (Member M.L.S.) — OR — Thoroughly Inspected • Exceptionally Clean Guaranteed, Like New For Those Who Want The Finest We Devote FULLTIME to Reconditioning, Servicing & Selling Used Cars. WE NEED HOMES TO SELL! List With Us Today. Dial HE 3-7245. ARENS ESR T%E SALES 121 E. Water LOANS on farm and city property. Heald Real Estate. Dial HE 3-8343 ' REAL Estate loans. J. A. Ra.T.eeth. Ill E. Water. Office HE 3-3494. AUCTION SALES-10 AUCTIONEERS —IDA COL. Paul Hull, auctioneer HE 3-679^ AUCTION SALES —10B; WANTED TO BUY — 6f BOOMS with bath. Downstairs, do* he*t. Biut side. Available Irnmed- lalejy. HE 7-1335. t BEDROOM downstair* apartment. •Hove, refrigerator, utilities furnished. Washing facilities available. Dial Kit 7-31M. 2 room apt. Washing . faculties and utilities furnished 107 W. Wiuoiia. VKBY cl«*u downtown apt Stove »ud refrigerator furnisued. Dial H£ S-aM» orJtB 7-1M8. VCBY cj«<ui tUkteoteni apt. Hot b«»t. Privtte bsUt and eo- as s WANTED — Sow* or gilt* to farrow In Jan. Emll Prantner Jr., dial HE 71340. Sec. 27, 7 p.m., 202 First, St , N.E., Hampton, Iowa. Beautiful, j modern. 6 room house will be sold.! Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McCormlck, ! owners Col. Albert Hopfe & Son, j auctioneers. i WANTED — Horses of all kinds. F. B Bartlett, cail 3689 Spring Valley. MDSE FOR SALE-7 HOUSEHOLD GOODS FL'KN —7A APT. Size Frljjldalre. Oood condition. - Like new. Dliu HE 3-7532 sftcr a p.m. 210 S. Fifth. 4 Mom apt B»tt> Ev, Bob Holgsw »•«» WANT ADS Have Great Appeal To Both BUYER AND SELLER TUESDAY, Dec. 30. 12:30 p.m., 3 miles east of Adanib on 56, P.; north. SO Holsteln and Ciuernaey cattle. 14 fresh or springer cows. 13 steers and hellers. 500 bu. corn 600 bu oats. 2100 bales hay. Complete line u-acniucry — 2 tractors. I35i Deere 4 row planter, etc. Cecil Westcott, owner. Albright He Sparks, auctioneer*. SATURDAY. Jan 'J. 12:30 p in., 4 miles eas: 01 Brownsdule. '^ north. 73 head livestock. 5 Hereford hti'fsrs. Jersey cow. Jersey bred heller. 10 Shetland ponies -io ho,j6 21 weaned pi<js. 12 thoutc. i bred sows. 15 ua- live ewws. 1000 bu. corn. Complete line of machinery. Oilver 7U tractor Deere 10' field cuuixbtor. Allls combine. Ford » 4 ton pickup. Etc. Clll- ford Gretn, owner. AlOrUht & Sparks, auctioneer*. THINGS THAT COUNT with the lady of the house will be found in this large dimension 3 bedroom, U/2 story home in Sluw School area. Spacious, carpeted living room and dining room, tiled bath and bedroom down. 2 larye bedrooms up. Garage. $15,750. WELL LOCATED to schools and playground makes this 4 bedrtjom 1 '/2 story home- ideal ior children. 2 bedrooms and tiled bath down, 2 bedrooms up. Garage and fenced yard. 113,000. NEAT AND CLEAN l'/i story, 2 bedroom home in Woodson School area. Carpeted living room and dining room and kitchen with dining area down. 2 bedrooms and bath up. Garage. Low down payment. $11,400. Kellogg Agency 122'/ 2 West Mi 11 HE 3-3434 Evenings: Nick Biaden — HE 3-3670 Red Lewison — HE 3-3740 Larry Kellogfl — HE 3-5092 BUSINESS HAS BEEN GOOD CONSEQUENTLY our listings are getting low. We are missing sales because we are unable to furnish our customers with the type or priced property desired. We might have sold your home today had we known it was for sale. LET'S TALK IT OVER TODAY! FLANNERY E ^ A , 1E 205-A N. Main—HE 3-5688 ESagy MSar W W B W '• f Y T T T T If Your Payments Are Too High— We'll pay off your present car & trade you a cheaper car. Stop In— We'll Deal. Midway Car Sales 910 W.OAKLAND AUTOMOTIVE-12 ACCESSORIES —12B •56 PLYMOUTH, V-8, short block assembly. 2000 miles. Midway Car Sales. Sensational - New Southwind Minit Heat! CAN BE INSTALLED ON ALL CARS • Fast heating • Fast defrosting • defogging • Fast engine warm ups • Save motor wear and tear • Save gasoline Have your dealer or service man check into this new winter comfort for you AUSTIN CARB. & ELECT. CO. 211 E. Maple - HE 3-2397 WANTED TO BUY WANTED to Buy — Oood '48 to i auto. Dial HE 7-1507. -12D '52 BURNED, wrecked car* & trucks. I WeU«, Ml&n. Auto putt. etOJ 2UL. CLIP ME FOR FAST ACTION Austin Daily Herald Want Ad Order Blank (Writ* your ad her*.) 1 word *oeh line 1. 2. 3 4. 5 6. 7. 8 9 10. II. 12. 13. H. 15. 15 words or leas consecutive days Pay for 4 aim - - Get 6 S 3°° Mail this today Include name and addrew. '57 MERCURY PONTIAC V Monterey 4 Dr. Beautiful Red & White—Full Power Ready To Go Like New! '57 FORD WAGON Del Rio—Deluxe '56 FORD VIC. Pretty One- Yellow £• White Priced To Sell PRICED REALLY LOW - ONLY $1595.00 Outright When Ad is Mentioned '55 BUICK H'DTOP '55 PONTIAC CONV. Special Deluxe Power Equipment Never Been Blemished! FULL POWER GUARANTEED GOOD Outright Price When Ad Is Mentioned der the circumstances," said John Blasky, a bank president and member of a committee admini* tering a disaster fund for th* families. asked to be kept anonymous *en» boxes of clothing. Another tent enough to outfit every child. "Gifts of toys came in by btu- loads and truckloads," Blasky said. "The children had two or three times as many gifts as they could carry, and still some boxei had to be stored away for other parties." The > Chamber of Commerce at nearby Posen sent two huge baskets of food to every family. Each got a turkey plus traditional trimmings. The Presque Isle County health and welfare fund sent checks of $5 for each child and $10 for each widow. The Bradley ship disaster chil- Ijdren's fund, sponsored by the D«" ; troit Times, arranged for group hospital and medical protection to be paid by the fund which now stands at $120,000, Only two men out of a crew of 35 survived when the Bradley went down Nov. 18. Twenty-three of the crewmen were from Rogers City, a town of 3,873 on Lake Hu. ron. Its livelihood comes from its ships and the limestone they haul from its quarries. TIME TABLES (STANDARD VIME) GREAT WESTERN (New Great Western station near Ohio street) •t. Paul and Minneapolis Leaves for: 4:JS a.m. Mason CUT and Omaha Leaves for: 11:15 p.m. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD (Milwaukee Station) LaCroue and Chlcaco Leaves for: 10 p.m. except Saturday. Arrives from: 8:45 a.m. except Sunday. JEFFERSON BUSES Rochester , Jf« v *« tor: 7as a.m,, J:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. dally. Arrives from: 430 p.m. and 9:40 p.m. dolly Charles City-Waterloo Leaves for: 5 p.m. daily and via Mason City 4:20 a.m. daUy. Arrives from: 2:05 p.m. dally. • St. Paul-Minneapolis I Leaves for. 7:15 a.m.. J:is p.m.. [5:45 p.m. and via Albert Lea 11:30 a.m. i Arrives from: 11:30 ajn.. 4:50 pja. 1 84n. and 4:20 a.m. * * Des Moinei-Kansas City We Sell Many Cars Under Wholesale CAR SALES "tOOK FOR THE LITTLE ELEVATED WHITE CAR — THE ONLY "HIGH" CAR ON OUR LOT" Albert Le* Leave* for: 11:30 a.m., 4:20 OJB.. 9:40 p.m. i ajn. and 430 ajn A^ves from: 7:25 ajn, J:1J p.m. and 5:45 p.m. AUSTIN BUS LINES INC. Dally except Sundays * Holiday* — Kenwood & Bsuman — Leaving Main & Bridge 8ta. at S mln- | utes after and 25 minutes to th* Leaving Harmon & Kenwood Avr a* 1« minutes to and IS minutes after the hour. — Railway * Garlleia — Leaving Main & Water Sts at S after and 25 minutes to the hour On Qarfleld 15 minutes to and 15 minutes after the hour. Running to Harrison at 3:15 p. m, * 3:45 p. m. Leaving Main & Bridge for Seventh i & Euclid 5 minutes to and 25 minutes after the hour Arrives on Seventh &, Euclid on th* hour and '4 hour Running from 8 a. m to a p. m. — Decker Acres — having Main & Water Sts. at 15 mln. utes to and 15 minutes after th* hour. ftallway it Water Sts. 10 minutes to and 20 minutes after the hour I Arrives on Hope & Decker at 5 minutes to and 25 minutes after th* hour. On Division * Center Bt* on th* hour and U hour Bunnjng from 0 a m. to 9:30 a. m. and from 11:45 a m to 6 p. m — Sterling Leaving Main * Water Sts at 10 minutes to and 20 minutes after th* hour Arrives on Ulllfleld on the hour and V4 hour. from 5:30 a. m. to 9 a m. and from 11:50 a m to 9 p. m. — Maplevlew — L.eavlng Main & Water Sis. at 20 minutes to and 10 minutes after th« hour- Arrives In Maplevlew a-t 15 minute* to and 15 minutes after the hour. — Crane Addition — usartng Main & Water Sts at » mln- utee to and 26 minutes after tb* hour. Arrives In crane Addition on the nour and Vj hour \laplevie* and Crane Addition Bus runs Iroiii 7:io am. to 9 a.m. and from 2:30 to 5 p.m. — Harrlsou & Sheldon .' iving Main & Water Ste at 5 minutes to and 25 mlnut«« after th* hour Jn Harrison on the aour and hour b.aU tiunnlng from 7:30 a m. to 8: JO a v.

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