The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 31, 1958 · Page 14
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t4-AUSTlN (Minn.) MCSAtO W Pe fn««tfay, »cc. 3t, '58 MD$f. POR SAlt-7 HERALD WANT AD SECTION DIAL HE 3-8851 NpttlCft D AD8 ARt CASH mtft ORDER to the many hundred* Of cidMiriefl Adrentaeinenta to the Herald *ach month the coit ,0f tha collection and bookKeep- tut (nakei It unprofitable to , obarxe the*» email ammint*. For thin reaxott t.he policy <v( th« Baraid la to require CASH WITH ORDER. We believe our readers rvcngnln tha condition and will five their willing conperatlon In case of emergency when It la impoMlble for patron* to call at this office to make pnymenta arrang«me,nt« can be made for payments through their Hrrnid carrler-saienman 33c carrier collection charge for adR not ptUd 48 hours after expiration. RENTALS-5 TOR . —SB notiaitnotnGOODS rvtat, •—-TA USBD ABC waging maehin*. Ai«o <0gal, double laundry tub. HK 3- room apt. Washer, dryf, u«i- itlea furnished. Child considered. *80. HE 3-8478 or HS 1-MU. _ _ 5 BEDROOM, near plant. KB 3-7419, NICK kitchenette apt. downtown In Wagner Building. Available new. BE wapner 3-SS19. FURN. ;<M 8. Franklin. HE J-S75«. 3 ROOMS and batb Adults, tnqulrs 007 Hope, rear apt. FURN. or unfurnished, 411 N. River. NEAR high school. Very good a bed room apt. DW HE 7-34S9 after pm. SAVE J 20°° Mattresses R«g. $49.50 .. Now $29.50 Reg. 59.50 .. Now 39.50 Reg. $69.50 .. Now 49.50 Twin or Full Site Box Springs to Match At The Same Price. Hi-Way Sales Co. E. of Airport - Highway 16 Austin, Minn. - Open Evenings HNANCIAI-* tOASS •MM LOANS R«ftld Ml f R*tl fttffi 3 RMS. Furnished, Down. HE 3-«9N. CLASSIFIED AD8 (W»nt Ad) RAt« Minimum chargt IS word* $1.20. 1 Mm* 8« 2 time* 120 3 ttm«ft ifta 4 times 20o PAT rOR 4 RUN'S . . . GET « RUNS Adi accepted until 9:45 « m same day or publication. Irregular insertions taki 1 tune rate. All ads restricted to clarification and type style. 50c service charge (or blind ad*, it you do not want bund ad wplie* to tall into certain hands almply addreaa your reply to Mi a number* In the ad attaching a list ot partif* ycm do not want your reply to reach. Place both In another envelope addresaed to Want Ad? Confidential Service Austin Dallj- Herald. THE HERALD ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOB EBBOB6 AFTER FIRST INSERTION and reserves the right to edit or reject an; copy tub- mltted. __ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Minimum space 1 inch. Not over 20 words per inch allowed. 1 time- per inch $1.30. FURNISHED 4 room apt. Bath. ET- errthlng furnished. Bob Holgut*. HE 3-6308. 44" UPRIGHT Piano, only I39S. Spinet piano mahogany finish, »MS, 8t«p3i«nso» Music Co. Albert Lea, Minn, or dial HE 7-4817 evening*. DOWNTOWN apt. Stovs. refrtgtrator furnished 3 rooms. Priv&t* entrance. Immediate possession. SOSto East Bridge. HE 7-2491. VERT clean basement apt. Hot water heat. Private bath and entrance. HE 3-5819. FURNISHED kitchenette apt., block oft Main. Mult*. 102 S. St. Paul, VERY clean downtown apt. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Dial HE 3-8080 or HE 7-1049. 1 BEDROOM downstair* apartment. Stove, refrigerator, utilities furnished. Washing facilities available Dial HE 7-3156. 3 ROOMS with bath. Downstairs. Oas heat. East side. Available Immediately. HE 7-1325. APT. — living room, bedroom, kitchen, ba,th. Completely furnished including automatic washer and utilities. Available Jan. 1. $55 per month, pver Bun Oaks Market, N. Kenwood. HE 3-444S. 3 6r more consecutive times $1.20 per . .„•-„•"•—' ; , . -——— inch, irregular insertions take 1 time U«C*4 room.furnished apt Also 3 room apt. over garage. We*t land Ave. KE 7-1245. rate. Display copy must be in com-! posing room by noon preceding day! of publication. Space larger than 40 FURNISHED 2 bedroom apt. Private Inches 2 days before publication. READER ADS on Society page: Minimum charge for heading ahd 15 words tl.80. Over 15 words. 60 per word additional. CARDS OP THANKS and IN MB- MORIAMS - so words or less 11.00. CLASSIFICATION INDEX I—Announcements. 3—Personals 8—Lost ft Found .4—Employment S—Rentals A—Farmers Market 7—Mdae For Sale 8—Business Bertie* &—Financial 10—Auction BalM 11—Real Estate 12—Automotive Place An Ad Today Dial HE 3-8851 bath, entrance and utility room. Available Jan. I. HE 7-1773. LARGE 4 room lower heated apt., $90. 3 room lower heated apt., $36. inquire 409 E. AUegheney. 4 ROOM, one bedroom apt. Newly decorated.' Conveniently located. Washing facilities. Private entrance. HE 3-4768. PLEASANT furnished apt. Adult. Utilities. On bus line. Washing fa ellltles. Dial HE 7-3418. FOR RENT—ROOMS —5C ROOM. Gentleman. Dial HE 3-8986. DESIRABLE room with private bath, phone and entrance. Dial HE 3-3795. ENJOY comfort and privacy of lovely studio apt. Reasonable. Kitchen and laundry included. Downtown HE 7-4248. ANNOUNCEMENT-1 CLOSE, housekeeping. HK 7-2087. TERP Ballroom, Austin, Minn.: Tonight, Jules Heroum. Thursday, Tom Owens Band. Friday, Brother Burr and his Burrows. Saturday, Henry Charles. Sunday, Richard Maltby. SLEEPING room*. Close in. 400 S Franklin. FOR RENT—MISC. PERSONALS-2 PERSONALS —ZA for southern California January 5. Will take passengers, help with driving, share expenses. BE 3-4367. PERSONAL BUSINESS BTAUFFER Home Flan. HE 3-4746. I hope indeed that it u a rosy one and that I may have the priviledge of continuing to enjoy yout loyal patronage and friendship. Best wishes to til! Stan Kapenis Larry Halcom Buick-Pontiac EMPLOYMENTS HELP WANTED—MALE RESPONSIBLE young married man for flock service and related work Qrundmeier Hatchery, Northwood Iowa. AMBITIOUS young man interested in a future in the retail lumbe business. Experience helpful, no essential. Ambition and peraonaiit top priority. Write E-14, Box 327 Austin, Minn. HELP WANTED—FEMALE —IB WAITRESS wanted trom B pjn. tc & a.m. Mo Sunday work. Aply in person. Harry's Cafe. WANTSD — Girt to care for chll dren and do housework while moth er works. Go home weekends. Dla SB 3-4013. HOUSEKEEPER on farm. No objec tlon to small girl. Adult, Write F20, Box 337, Austin, IDE room, close in. HK 3-9508. tOOMS. 103 N. Greenwich. HE 3-6258 —SF NEW ground floor office space no available. 4 and 5 room units. HE 38249. FARMER'S MARKET-6 MACHINERY tt FARM EQUIP. —6A USED EQUIPMENT Tractors: '56 Oliver "88" '54 Oliver "77" '53 Oliver "77" '48 Oliver "70" '48 John Deere "B" '47 I.H.C. "H" Spreaders: I.H.C., New Idea, Oliver, tractor spreaders. John Deere, New Idea, 4 whee spreaders. Miscellaneous: Manure loader for Mpls. Moline "U" '55 Mpls. Moline "E" Sheller '53 Mpls. Moline "E" Sheller Good Selection of (two wheel) usec elevators. CO Rose Creek, Minn. HE 7-4050 POULTRY AND PRODUCE RUSSETS, Kennebeca, Cherokees — cooking quality wonderful! Prices low. Put in your winter supply now Petran Farms. POTATOES — Fancy Cherokees, 11.4 per hundred pound bag. Tree- rip ened Texas fruit. Prlnzings, Austin OBESE for sale. "HE 3-4023. OBESE and caponettes, alive or dress ed. Dial KE 7-1474. LIVESTOCK YORKSHIRE boan. Guernsey bulls 2 \\ miles north of Coming, Lenull Farm. SALESMEN WANTED —4D NATIONAL organization baa opening tor salesman to cover local territory. Must be married, and reside In community. Tbia U an excellent opportunity for the right man desiring NORTHERN feeder pigs. One or true load. Priced right. Harold and John Bral&erd, Blooming Prairie. 33 CHOICE white face yearling ateere 24 white (ace cowi. calf April. V. mixed yearUng tellers. NeU Brunsvold, Manly 3882 after 8 p.m. cattle. Holsteln l *,i.» springers. Alvin Bergstrom, 3 miles with hoapitallzatloii. retirement and gSs, ii> north ROM Creek vacation plan. Good starting salary]—- ' '' J on " KOM "***' incentive income plan based j dOLSTEIN bull, 1 year old. John H, on reaulu. Car furnished with com-j j' 111 - Adams, Mian. » y .. 0p ^ Un8 « Mp ^£* e vJ lpP ,!£ i 1 ger Sewing Machlm, Co.. 125 N. Main. Austin. USED c*r salesman. Nstuxal ability _ NORTHERN feeder pigs. Blner Dllla you. 2 miles south and 1 mile wes of Roae Creek. Dial HE 7-2859. heifers to freshen in Jan SPECIALS ON Used Appliances SEE THEM NOW! I—Westinghouse apt. SIM electric range. 4 new heating units. Refrigerator* — Ga» or electric. Good condition. One electric has a new unit. Automatic clothes dryers. Automatic clothes washers. Save Now at DECKER'S "We Give S&H Green Stamps" Money To Loan On City fti»>d«irttil Preptr- ty — Also rt*il 6st*t§ Contracts Bought. $«• , J, A, Ramseth Realtor 1 HE. Water St. Ph. HE 3-3494 PRIVATE rMi ««tAt« io»n w*at«d. City property. Dial KB 7-MM. RKAL Bat»t« loan*, 3. A. tUunMtta, 111 E. Wafer. Offle* HK 3-34M. AUCTION SALES-10 AUCTIONEERS COL Paul Hull, auctioneer. HK 3-8794 AUCTION SALES —10B SATURDAY, Jan. 3, 10 a.m., 7 rnilea south, I'i eaat ot Adam* ot Sty ««at. I'j mile* north of SUsjnrtll*. 83 head of livestock. Pull lln« of machinery. Leo J. Michel*, owner. Dorsey ft Eastman, »uctlon««ra. SATTODAY. Jan. 3. »:30 p.m., 4 mllea mat of Brownad&le, ty north. 73 head livestock. 5 Hereford heifers. Jersey cow. Jersey bred belter. 10 Shetland ponler 40 hogs. 21 weaned pigs. 12 anoats, $ bred aowa. IS native ewea. 1000 bu. corn. Complete line of machinery. Oliver 70 tractor. Deere 10* field cultivator. Allla combine. Ford J ,i ton pickup. Etc. Clifford Oreen, owner. Albright * Sparks, auctioneers. RtAlI$TATi~11 SALR - START THE -NEW YEAR- OUT RIGHT - Own Your Own Ham* 3 bedroom, 6 room Ramblet in Bel Air. tug* fireplw*, 2 btth rooms, doable Mrtge, Urge lot. Pritedf $29,500. 2 bedroom, 4 room ne*t Neveln. Large otk frees ind girts*. Priced « $8,730. $506 down. Drive Inn with counter service in Austin — Ait equipment «nd inventory. Priced «t $5,500. RCM ESTATE: Realtor - Ph. HE 3-6601 Evenings: B. Skinner ME 7-440$ L Meehl HE 3-3659 K. Legried HE 7-1253 C. J. Legried HE 3-9542 RIAt MTATI-11 M8T1X08 -nr APPRAISAL SERVICE We have tatytn rot 2 tod S bedroom homei. Prompt, reliable cout- FLANNERYi5t% 205-AN.M«!n—H£ 3-5688 "APPENDICITIS" Should I operate on myself or employ a surgeon? "FOR SALE" Should ! sell myself ot employ a reliable Realtor? We need listings on all types of homes and have ready and qualified buyers. "TO BUY" or "TO SELL" "We Serve You Well" Austin Realty Co. 105N. St. Paul- HE 3-5035 AUTOMOnVt-12 CAR». BP8E8 NEW and used traUers Smokers, ISFRIOERATOB for sale. Dial HS 37228. UNOERS 2 burner oil heater, Monarch coal and wood range, enamel finish. Both In good condition. Dial HE 7-2945. Zlmmer, Rollohouse. 10 widths, any make, 7 year financing. We trade for anything. South Broadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lea, Minnesota. TUESDAY. Jan. «, 12 noon. 2ft mllea east of Wykoff. 94 Holoteln cattle, 13 fresh or springer cows, 11 heifers. 26 hogs. Feed. Large line machinery, 2 John Deere A tractors, etc. Loren Oarnata, owner. Sparks & Olson, auctioneers. CLEARANCE 15.8 cu. ft. best Coldspot refrigerator with separate true freezer. Was J449.95 — now $369.95. 16 cu. ft. best Coldspot upright freezer, 560 Ib. capacity. Wai $354.95 — now $289.95. Sears Roebuck Cr Co. 209 N. Main Austin, Minn. TUESDAY, Jan, «, 7 p.m., 41S East Mill St. All modem 4 bedroom home. Close In location. Commercial district. Can be used for 2 apartments. Free guessing contest. Inspection 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m dally. Kathertne Beckel, owner. Col Hull tt Tbomaen auctioneers. THURSDAY, Jsn. 8, 12:30 p.m., 2Mi miles north of Hayfleld on 50. 8 York sows due by sale day. SCO Keoiberly pullets. Very good power machine — 1950 Allls W & tractor. 3 bottom mounted plow. Allls WC tractor. Allla combine. Picker. Deere 4 row planter with liquid fertilizer tanks. Owatonna elevator, Tractor spreader. Complete line of very Today We II USC frAi*tj* <Ni*M I +41*1* vt nr tr*&ia %*&• •_ * good furniture. F. W. Kalahar A Son, owners. Albright tt Sparks, auctioneers. Real Estate— Insurance Income Tax Service H. F. Ohde Agency 300B N. Main Dial HE 3-2324 AUTOMOTIVE-12 ACCESSORIES O. E. REFRIGERATOR. 1*5. Dial BE 3-2731 or sen at 1203 8. Kenwood. USED kitchen sink 42" by 20" with nearly new faucets and basket. Dial HE 3-5393. : MISCELLANEOUS —7B YEAR END CLOSEOUTS ON NEW APPLIANCES Washers • Dryers - Freezers • Re frigeraton - Range* - Console and Portable TV Sets. — USED — Philco 12 cu. ft. Freewr (Like new) Good L'sed TV Sen Good Used Electric A Gai Dryers Good Used Automatic Washers (All Makes) Good Used Gas and Electric Ranges Good Used Refrigerator* Quality Appliance 207 N. Franklin REAL ESTATE-11 FOR SALE HOUSES —HA NEW and used snow blowers. ISO and up) Cliff Qreenman, Gravely Sales & Service. HE 3-7973. BEEF quarters at Kn»u«r'» Markit. QETT your new 1950 hunting and fishing license now at "Axe" Johnson Hardware. BEST BUYS You can get the best buys on reconditioned TV sets,'washers, dry- en, refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, etc. at GAMBLES "Your Friendly Store" COME IN AND SAVE! Sterling Shopping Center HE 3-2361 OAK TOWER ADDITION New 1V5 story. Large kitchen with dining area, built-in stove and oven. Living room, bath and two bedrooms down. Unfinished upstairs. Oak trim. $650.00 down FHA. You may work oyt part of the down payment. NORTHWEST \Vi story, 3 bedrooms. Kitchen, living room, bath and on* bedroom down. Two bedroom* up. Nearly new garage. This home has had excellent can, AND LOOK only 110,700. SIX BLOCKS TO COURTHOUSE Quick possession. Three bedrooms, attached garage. $500.00 down, payment* like rent LIST WITH US AND START PACKING EVENINGS: Pat Curtin—HE 3-6023 Larry Keane— HE 7-2095 BobLewison—HE 7-3148 This Space So Dear To Wish You All A.Happy New Year. BUD LEIF REAL ESTATE HE 3-7339 —12B 56 PLYMOUTH, V-8, ahort block as setnbly. 3000 milts, Midway Car Sales. May T959 bring to you happiness and success beyond your Highest- soaring expectations. USEM'S Used Car Dept. 1950 FORD 3 door. Radio and heater. 405 8. First. Sensational - New Southwind Mtnit Heatl CAN BE INSTALLED ON ALL CARS • Fast heating • Fast defrosting • defogginj • Fast engine wacm ups • Save motor wear and teat • 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 3 BEDROOM home and garage with 1 acre land located on F.ltn Tree Road, west city limits. All in A-l condition. tSOO down. Balance like rent. 3. A. Ramseth Realtor, lul E. Water. Dial HE 3-3494 or HE 34448 evening*. WANTED TO BUT —1ZD BURNED, wrecked cars tt trucks. Wells. Minn. Auto parts, call 352L. WE buy cars. Midway Car Sale*. TOP price* for your old or wrecked cars. American Auto Parts, 1303 E. Oakland. HE 7-19S9. CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES LARRY WEARING APPAREL —7C FOR SALE - Woman's black belted wool coat, alze 12, Woman's brown wool sport coat, alee 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 as coldest days, used only a few days. See to appreciate] Low price values. 611 S. Kenwood. BUILDING MATERIALS -7E Asphalt Tile 9x9"—1/8" Thick Genuine Armstrong Brand Only 5c Ea. Also Vynl Tile In Stock And All Mastics and Accessories. Johnson Cashway Lumber Company 206 N. Railway - HE 3-3478 Open All Day Saturday LUND Real Estate Agency. HE 3-8049. Making New Acquaintances and Keeping Old Friendships have been the efforts ot the Harber Agency during the past year. Our efforts have also included furthering our services in the sale of insurance and homes in our community. In expressing our appreciation for having had the opportunity to serve you in 1958, we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year for. the entire staff of the Harber Agency n 11/2 w. For a Happier New Year Buy Your Own Home in 1959! SEE US NOW Babcock Agency Realtor'*—MLS HE 3-6707 After f pan. H. K. Lund HB 3-6049 & O. Babcock HE 3-6516 WANT ADS . Pay for 4 Runs Get 6 Must be aggressive. Must seek O p-| HOLSTE1 N springing heifers. Anton portunlty rather than security. !_ w _ el ll lt '_ Blk i£ I l'_^ ! ' nn j _ M 1 n Ved - ^^ K> ^ i l H °kSTEIN springer cow, fourth Mian. calf . i H oL&t*ln springer first calf. Howard Classon. 6 miles east of Austin, flrtt place north. SEKHS SITUATIONS WANTED —It SEPTIC tank cleaning. HE_3-7879. j^' 6EWINQ. Aprons. Etc. SE^Z\2o WILL do ironing. HE 3-8692. PIANO tuning and complete repair. DU1 HE 3-2718. Luther Hanson. SNOW removal. Dial HE 7-1786 IBONINQ in my home. HE 3-M83. FURNITURE moving, locul ancTTong distance. Agents for United van Unes. Asbton Service. Dial HE 3- -FEEDS -6D _ yowi. ptciciug. HE - 7-3204. SEWINQ. Alteration*. HE 8-4881 RENTAIS-5 BENT—HOUSES ^ —5A ; 9 B&D&OOU modern hou&e itt, voj 1 Farmypryde High Quality Egg Mash Keep your hen» laying quality eggs to their maximum of production. Mash or Crumbles. Manufactured by GENERAL FARM STORES, INC. Austin, Minn. SPORTING GOODS 1959 SCHWINN bicycles are here! 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. ICE Skates—Over 1000 pairs (new and used). Sharpening, repairing. Socks. Free tells. R&F Skate Exchange, 1109 W. Oakland. BICYCLES—New Schwlnn and Raleigh. Top dollar trade on your old bike. Rebuilt, used bikes, all sizes. Open evenings. R&F Bike Shop. 1109 W. Oakland. FISHER Real Estate. HE 3-9563. DOGS, CATS, PETS —7B| PARAKEETS Canaries. HE 7-4490. 4 room hou8t~c7rpr! Soft W«r. Oarws* wd bweasvio. Ply- AVB. »75 inouth_._HE_3"i8rj-l. houi*. »55 per BWU ii\". ~DiaT a-aoas. ___ 4 room bung»lo$. Close to O*m««, g&rden. Lmwediave u. DllJH£ WANTED TO BUY —II WANTED — Dresser. Must have many drawers, be in good condition a&d clean. Slate price and give full description when writing to F4, Box 327, Austin, Minn. Over 1200 sq. ft. of floor area in this new 3 bedroom rambler located in one of Austin's newest and fastest growing areas. Kitchen with built-ins and large dining area. Attached double garage. Distinctively different floor plan. $19,750. \Vl *tory home located in Sterling. 2 bedrooms, bath and kitchen with above-average dining area. Unfinished up. Nicely landscaped yard. Garage. $13,200. Capret7 Agency Since 1905 219 N. Main-HE 7-4503 NORTH 3RD ST. 1300 sq. ft. of living space in this nearly new 3 bedroom rambler. Living room, dining room, kitchen with built-in stove and oven, tiled bath, 2 stall attached garage. A well built home fot a well knit family. EVENINGS: Bob Hart —HE 7-1101 Earl Miller —HE 7-4125 "Thrifty Auto Corner" Stop At The Little Red House! '53 Bulck Roadmaster 2 dr. Hardtop Local one owner car. Radio, heater, dynaflow. The sharpest '33 in town. $695 '56 Dodge Royal 4 dr. Looks like new. Black and white finish. Radio, beater, powerflite. A buy u $1445 '57 Pontiac Starchief Custom 4 dr. Hardtop Radio, heater, hydranutic. Just as good at it loolu. $2295 St. Paul & Water HE 3-9169 TRUCK BARGAINS '57 Int. T/zTon LW.B. Chassis with space saver cab. Completely reconditioned. -Excellent tires all around. '57Chev. IVaTonS.W.B. Chassis and cab. Exceptionally clean and good throughout. '56 Ford Heavy Duty Vi Ton Pickup '40 Chev. 2 Ton Cab. Forward with platform. Runs and looks good. These Trucks Have Gotta Go ' MAKE US AN OFFER Fordtown Corner of River & Winona HE 3-3486 THE MINNESOTA STORY NAM1NO LAKES Many trf Minnesota's mof* h«n tl.OW take* hurt the same . Thft only it*W igeney with ' hi po**rtd imrfle <# rehatne hern it the Minnesota Geographic oartl. Men thflB t hundred names, or example, ire repeated II* e !m«i or more in various parts (the state. There Ate at least 99 Long lakes In Minnesota; 91 Mitt takes, 70 ftiee, 43 Bass* 40 and 39 Round. Cleat-, and. Sandy, Pine, Cedar, Spring, Turtle, Fish, Duck, Sugar, Horse- hoe, Island, and Silver are all upHcated many times. Moreover, there Is great confusion In our lake names. Hundreds of lakes have two or three names, some of them more and in other cases a name is given to one lake on on? map and to another nearby lake on another map. Recognized the need to ellml- iate, as far as possible, this dup icatlon and confusion in the names f Minnesota lakes, the state leg' slature in 1937 established the Minnesota Geographic Board, com losed of the commissioner of con- lervailon, the commissioner of ilghways, and the director of the Minnesota Historical Society. The board is empowered, in cooperation with boards of county commissioners, to change place names in the state to eliminate duplication; to determine the' most appropriate names in cases where confusion exists; to name unnamed features; and to cooperate with the United States Board of Geographic Names to avoid conflict between the state and federal designations of geographic features. Since the board receives no funds from the le&islaure, its work has progressed slowly. Great care and research must go into each decision it makes. But in the 21 years since it was created, the Minnesota Geograph- Owner Leaving Town Complete Package $10,900, This home is completely furnished. Everything goes!! 3 bedroom, \\'i story home and garage located on a large fenced lot near Seeding Shopping Center. All the furnishings go such as appliances which includes: dryer, stove, refrigerator etc. Furniture includes living room set (like new) carpeting, TV set and chairs, occasional chairs. Complete dining room set (Duncan phyfe table\ twin beds, chests, etc. This Is It! SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY MILLER REAL ESTATE HE 3-2361 EVENINGS: Larry Ke»ne HE 7-2005 Pat Curtin HE 3-602} Bob Lewison HE 7-31-18 PICKUPS '51 FORD V 2 TON '52 DODGE Vz TON '47 FORD >/ 2 TON Midway Car Sales Clear The Lot SALE Check These-Prices '56 CHRY. New Yorker $1795 '56 CHRY. Windsor $1395 '55 CHEV $1195 '55DESOTO $1395 '53 PLY $350 '52 FORD $295 '49 CHRY $90 J5 More Good Cart Austin Auto Co 215 E. Mill - Open Evenings For Dependable "First Choice" USED CARS See COOK MOTOR CO. First! Holstein Classifier Rotes Riceville Herd Th« Holstein herd of Arlin Schreiber, Riceville, Iowa, has been classified for type by Robert E. Strickler, Holstein - Fresian Asan. classifier. He rated four animali good and four food-plus. Twelve animals were classified and compared with the Holatein true-type cow and bull ideals. The herd is on DHIA test and is one of the outstanding herds in Mitchell County. TEMPERATURES Hi Lo Pep Alexandria 23 6 Bemidji 28 6 Intl Falls 24 7 Redwood Falls 26 0 Rochester 27 3 St. Cloud 24 0 Duluth 19 S La Crosse 26 8 Madison , 29 18 Mason City 23 7 Minot 28 16 Fargo 27 13 Calgary 4!) 35 Edmonton 3H 34 Regina 22 6 Winnipeg 21 14 Albany, clear 34 9 Albuquerque, snow 21 8 1 Anchorage, clear 8 -15 Atlanta, cloudy 68 49 Bismarck, clear 31 4 Boston, clear 39 22 Buffalo, clear 33 10 .01 Chicago, cloudy 32 26 Cleveland, clear 35 23 Denver, cloudy 36 18 Des Moines, cloudy 25 23 Detroit, cloudy 34 16 Fort Worth, cloudy 37 25 Helena, cloudy 45 39 Indianapolis, cloudy 36 25 Kansas City, snow 28 26 Los Angeles, clear 70 50 Louisville, cloudy 41 34 Memphis, cloudy 43 41 Miami, cloudy 75 71 Milwaukee, cloudy 28 24 Mpls.-St. Paul, clear 27 9 New Orleans, cloudy 52 51 49 24 26 ic Board has handed down 360 decisions. ICE TRAINS Early Minnesota settlers felt keenly'the isolation forced upon them by the freezing of the Missis sippi River. In an ingenious effort to carry mail and passengers to and from Minnesota during the winter months, citizens of the territory from time to time organized ice trains. Such an experiment Is described In the "Minnesota Pioneer" of November 15, 1849. Readers were Informed tbat two "locomotive Ic* trains, prepared expressly for travel on the Ice of the Mississippi" were In readiness and would "Commence running as soon as the Ice Is sufficiently strong." The trams which were called "th« Icelander" and "The Glidia- tor," were to run under the direction of two well-known steamboat captains and would supply tri- weekly mail service between Galena, Illinois, and the Falls of St, Anthony. Each train was to have ten life, Old Bets was * privileged cliafacttr In many wlyli Set- tieri welMWie* her persistent tlsli* to thtlf doori and rarefy ttfoiea tier feqntsti for food MM tttomsy. She had the honor »t lpp«arin» in thousands of photograph* sold to tourists end distributed throughout the civilized world. Her bulky frame, topped by • head of stlg- gty black hair, her broad nose, ind huge, grinning mouth havs bee*ti presented by sculptors and painters alike. Old Bets was born near Mendota In 1788. She died at the age of although most people believed her to be at least a hundred, She became quite an institution in, the St. Paul area, and delighted in tlfe attention she received. "While one writer claims site "had no redeeming quality but Insolence," others felt that she did have some good traits. During the Sioux War of 1862 she was more than kind to white prisoners. Shortly before her death, she was converted to Christianity. During her final illness, the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce subscribed some money for her comfort; as a last act of respect, the organization' gave her a Christian burial. The spirit of, Old Bets lives on n the pages of history, in paint- ngs and photographs, even in th« vords of a song. vSTEAMBOAT WAGES Much has been written about, lie colorful steamboat days, tlit era when the Mississippi was Minnesota's life line to the outsid* world. In that bygone age, which Mark Twain has described so vividly, the pilot and the captan of a river boat were persons of considerable importance. Row much money did they receive for their services? Th» "St. Paul Press" of December t, 1869, reported the wage scale on the St. Louis line for the season which had Just closed. According to the paper, the pilot. as might be expected, was th« highest paid man aboard. He received between $200 and $250 * month for his services; the captain got only $175. From there on the scale was graduated downward. Clerks wer» paid $140; the first engineer and the mates got $110; while the stewards received $70 a month and the deckers only $60. Cuba ha> the largest Chines* population in Latin America. Rosendo Canto, 33, Cuba's ambassador to the Republic of China, is the youngest ambassador in Taipei. TIME TABLES (STANDARD HMK) GREAT WESTERN (New Great Weitcrn lUtiom tttt Ohio itre«t) St. Paul ind MtnntipolU FOB SALE—FARMS —1113: USKD 3 or 4 drawer metal filing cabinet. Dial HE 7-2780. JUST IN NEW SHIPMENTS OF BUSINESS SERVICE-8 BflUJING SERVICE & REPAIRS—»A ' WE service what we cell Hill Heating ' and Roofing. Dial HE 3-8801. __ fa*>i«»e. BwTcouinj." Dial UOCSK8 — | ftM aubUJ-teB, ou Plymouth Ave- S. J bedroom*, modern, reiuodtlttl »v«nr respect, long taise or may To* oOmt • sUi»H. 2 rxrdrw>:i: i. Jlrat pi»tf »ouih •t ou a« NofU. Gor- BS i tedroom OOUM. WANTED — J. mufUMMi. I «*u ua; com. Sylv«A * latlGus and repairs. Plumbing and Heating. Patt«r*on . ttAV Smith. Elec, Cont. HE 3-9379. tlectnc Heated Hog Waterers DIAL HE 7-4445 tor plumbing m«t*i- Heating Elements Tank Heaters Austin Seed Co. Hi-Way218N. HEJj-9215 WANTED TO BUY IDEAL Heating and Sheet Met*!. 1305 S. River. Dial HE 3-8883 ROOFING, Insulation, aiding, roofing repairs, all typ«» Free estimate*. 3 reara to pay. Jorde Insulation Co.. Blooming Prairie 38 or HK 3-92S5. KEfH't -*C CHAIN-*AW ChAlW •0*4. SM» W^- 2 bedroom home located between Austin and Brownsdile. Combination storms and scteens, F.A oil beat. Large double garage. Low taxes. $700 dowu. Balance like teat. $10,900. Kellogg Agency 122W West Mil! HE 3-3434 EVENINGS Nick Budeo — HE 3-3670 Red Lewisoo — HE 3-3740 tarry Kellogg — HE 3-5092 QOOD farma available. Le Vabseur ! Real Eatate. 215 E. Water. HE 3-8478 I ROY Barrlclc, realtor Farms, homes Farm loans. S',j% Dial HE 7-1752 CURTIS !Avenue of Beautiful Gars Hi-Way 218 N. - HE 7-4508 cars "beside the engine an d!"*™ for: 4:J5 »- m tender cars, with ample arrangements for meals and for sleeping." They were scheduled to stop at all the usual steamboat landings. The paper noted that "passenger cars will be attached to the train in the rear of the baggage cars, so that passengers may incur as little risk as possible." The i c e trains, however, were neither reliable nor safe, and they never became a regular feature of pioneer life in Minnesota. OLD BETS For nearly half a century be M|LWAUKEE ROAD (Milwaukee Station) Lacrosse and Chicago Leares for: 10 p.m. except SaturdnT. Arrives from: 8:45 s.m. except Sunday. JEFFERSON BUSES Rochester Le&ves for: 7:25 a.m., 2:15 pm. tnd 5:45 p.m. dally. Arrives from: 4:20 p.m. and 9:<0 p.m. dally Charles Clty-WaUrloo Leaves {or: 5 p.m. dally and via Mason City 4:20 a.m. dally. Arrives trom: 2:05 p m dally. St. Paul-Minneapolis . ,„,,„ , i i T i< i Leaves for. 7:15 am., 2:15 p :r . fore 1873, a proud old Indian \vo-j5;.^ p . m . a. nd v ia Albert Lea n..w man called Old Bets was the a - m - .10 .15 "town character" in St. Paul. In 1850, she was picturesquely described as "that stirring old Dacotah squaw, who steals more and works more and really has more individuality and force of character than any one of the tribe." Despite her parasitic wuy of READ CLASSIFIED ADS MARCH 1 posMselcm ou several good modern 160 acre aiid 200 acre farms Good term*. Selmer Wicks, Route 4, Austin, located 2 mllea north, 1 mile east. Oakland, Mine. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS New York, clear Oklahoma City, snow Omaha, cloudy 21 9 Philadelphia, clear 55 25 Phoenix, clear 58 34 Pittsburgh, clear 41 21 Portland, Me., clear 39 17 Portland, Ore., cloudy 58 44 Rapid City, clear 40 24 Richmond, cloudy 60 31 St. Louis, snow 34 31 Salt Lake City, cloudy 32 29 San Diego, clear 75 49 San Francisco, clear 62 51 Seattle, cloudy 56 53 Tampa, cloudy 72 57 (T — Trace) Arrives from: 11:30 a.m., 4:50 p in , 1 a.m. and 4:20 a.m. l>es Motnes-Kausas City Arrives from: 2:15 p.m., 5:45 p .n. and 7:40 a.m. Leaves (or: 11:30 a.m., 4:20 p m., 1 am. and 4:20 a.m. Albert Lra Leaves for: 11:30 a.m., 4:20 p.m., 9:40 p.m. 1 a.m. and 4:20 a.m. Arrives from: 7:25 a.m., 2:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. | AUSTIN BUS LINES INC. Daily except Sundays & Holidays •— Kenwood & Banman — iving Main tt Bridge Sts. at 5 minutes after and 35 minutes to tlie Hour nvln" Harmon tt Kenwood Are. «t ;o minutes to and 15 njinuiee after '.he hour — Railway tt Garlleld — saving Ma', i & Water Sts ut 5 after and 25 minutes to the hour On Oarfleld 15 minutes to and IS mln- , . , , utts after the hour beef cattle industry, cattlemen . aunning to Harrison at 3:15 p. a. 4 are approaching a long period of i 3 : *s P m. and Km- ute« after the hour Mrlvea on Seventh Si Euclid on the hour and 'j hour Running from a a m to 6 p m. — Decker Acres — braving Main & Water Sts at 15 minutes to and 15 minutes after His Experts See End of Beef Price Cycles Despite the uneasy feeling in the j _. high prosperity, predicts the cur 21 28 rent Kl P' ln g er Agricultural Let ter. As cattle experts see it, says the letter, the cyclical pattern of the industry will smooth out. This will eliminate soaring beef prices when production slumps, followed in turn by runaway produc hlir Arrlvta ou Hope & Decker at 5 mln- ... ,. . , _, i r utea to and 25 minute* after the Uon that results in lowered beef; hour r i prices. Oi ? Diviaiqn. St Center Sta on the ''The experts think we are mov- ACCESSORIES —UB ACCESSORIES OOOD farms available. All sizes E. B _graft Real Estate. HE 3-3138._ _ 3 MODERN farms — 133 acres, price (20,000, $4500 will handie. 160 acres. »175 acre. 17500 will handle. MO «cre*. price $4£,ooo, lio.ooo win handle. Call P. N. Dalian, Atla& MOM Rochester. MlQn. LISTINGS WANTED —nr WE NEED HOMES TO SELL! List With Us Todoy. Did HE 3-9658 ARENS 121 SALES Wotcf A Very Happy New Year To All Our Friends 6' bm beirt a t'ttry tventjul )ur with our moving la out i>eie location — We bop<? 7959 will le as succeuM «">J as satiilj'ni& fur us fid you our customers. from The Entire Staff AMERICAN AUTO PARTS CO. WHOLESALE 1303 E. Oakland Aye." Soxi them Minn. Largeat Exclusive Auto Part* to Acoeaaory Store. RETAIL Austin, Minn. hour and '.j hour aunning from da m to 9:30 a. «. ing to a time of heavier but not j » nd from " : 2t ea , ln ™ * 6 p. m. surplus production, lower but not <.eaving Main & Witor gt« at 10 mln- ruinous prices. They are count-; u £f r to * nd 20 Inlnu ' e « * flw tbt ing on ample supplies of cheap Drives on Miiidcid on the hour and feed and more efficiency by cattlemen to make it possible,' 1 the j Letter says. ; At the same time, lower prices of beef and the expanding population will shoot demand for beef! up. So the cattle industry is head-i ljCavlng ing for ail era of smaller unit profit,^ but a vastly expanded volume of business witli higher total returns to the cattle industry, the letter predicts. _ run. 6:30 » m to 9 a. m. and frmn 11:50 a m to * p m. — Maplevlew — Having Main & Water Sta. at 20 minutes to and 10 minutes after tin hour Arrivt-s ID Maplevlew at, 15 minute* to a.nd 15 minutes after the hour. uti-s to and t > mm- minute* after tn« ru m crane Addition on th« uour t »«"» 'i &our. „ Uapieview and Crane Addition Bn» run.-, irom 7:io a.m. to » a.m. aud lrou ' - ;>0 P-'- !I to 5 r>- m „ . , — Uamsou & Shrldon — Optimists among cattle men >•,, ins Main & Water st» at j w'o- an(1 2i> "''-n^e* aftei ih» think the strong demand lor cattle by farmers who feed and fatten . them for market may tend to curb Onbos ^ eldon 20 mlnuleg on H.irriw>u on the ooui md too rapid expansion of breeding herd*, tb.ua *tabU«tag the industry. utee after the hour tlom 1M * ** to I:JO *• •*•

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