The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 22, 1974 · Page 10
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I AUCTIONS I [ SERVICES | | HELPWANTED ANTIQUE FLEA market every Saturday and Sunday. All dealers welcome, 13.00 day. Rainbow Bait and. Antique, Battle Lake, Minn. Lori and Jan, GRAVEL, SAND, black dirt. Central hauling, 33 year* ex- perlmct, Reynolds and Son. MAINTENANCE MAN for factory. Must be Fergus Falls resident. Box 744., Fergus Falls. LANDSCAPES, GARDENING HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Saturday afternoon, May K at one o'clock, 219 East Douglas, Fergus Falls Green sofa; 2 table radios; Britanics encyclopedias; Readers Digests, other books; numerous records lor stereos; floor lamp; 3 laroe pictures, several smaller; small round table; table lamp; card table, 4 chairs; Do-llte stereo screen; large dining table with 2 leaves, 6 chairs; 4 table cloths with napkins; 6 steak knives; carving set; 1 tennis rackets; crutches; Sunbeam mixer; umbrella; mops; Boy Scout camping outfit; floor polisher; large coffee pot; kitchen utensils; View Master stereo 3-D projector; bed lamp; picture frames; cocktail shaker, ice crusher; nut bowl, I fishing rods; twin beds, complete; Maple chest of drawers; chair; desk; 2 garden hoses; seining net; 2 step ladders; step stool; charcoal broiler; axe; sprinkler can; fruit lars; wash board; tools; fishing equipment; plane; tackle box; 3 kitchen chairs; do« carrier; Maytag automatic washer; Bendix dryer; ping pong table; upright freezer, about 14 cu.; poker-chips; dishes; vases; bundt pan; deep fat fryer; surgical syringes; scatter rugs, one oriental, 48x50 in.; toss pillows; electric heater; foot stool; luggage; Christmas tree decorations; large electric broiler; glassware; goblets; sherbets; valet; 2 tea kettles; shoe trees; tinker toys; large thermos |ug; electric corn popper; electric ice cream freezer; electric blanket; Royal typewriter; figurines; 3 clocks; bedside table; knee-hole desk; 2 chairs;" 2 book cases; Christmas tree stand; mall box; lamp shades; 2 silencers; 2 large floor fans; Comptons encyclopedias; globe; records; antenna; hand lawn mower; roof snow shovel; garden tools; 2 dozen chairs. Mrs. E. A. Heiberg, owner. • Norman J. Solum, Dean Sillerud, auctioneers. Knute Hanson, clerk. The following belongs to others: Gold nylon rug, 45x25; gray wool rug; gold nylon rug, 34x47; aqua bedroom carpet; Venetian blinds; oak bedside table; Argus slide previewer; 2 steak trays; electric heat knife; towel racks; vegetable shredder; plastic dishes, service for 4; purse; scotch bag; small picture frames; large carving board; large meat carving board with clamp; large electric warming rack; writing and bookcase . combination; 2 rockers; copper boiler; flower pots; knitting machine. Not responsible for accidents] _ _ EARN MORE on your *tvlngs at IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: Cocktail Fergus Fallt Saving* & Loan Assn. waitresses, food waitresses and cooks help. Full or part-time. Call or stop In. Ask tor Jim. Phone (701) 462-28*6. Embassy Room, Wart- peton, N.D. WORK WANTED J INTERIOR AND exterior painting, shingling and roof repairing. Douglas L. Selvaag, Vlning, Minn. 479-4336. Ray Koep, Route 1, Evansville, Minn. Urbank, 267-2803. CARPENTRY AND barn straightening. Freeestimate. 1-7012359545. WANT TO do babysittirfg, licensed day care home, has opening for 3 children, age infant to 5 years. 7399600. SPORTING GQODS GUNS REBLUED professionally and reasonably at Vore-s, 320 West Lincoln, Fergus Falls. POLARIS SNOWMOBILE sales and , service. Bjone's Minnow Service, ' 1504 East Mt. Faith. Phone736-7828. PICKUP TOPPERS, custom built to your .specifications. As low as . SI69.50. Becklund-Rran Oil and Marine. BOATS! BOATS! BOATS! Evinrude motors, Lund, Glastron and Mirro-Craft boats, Shore Station boat hoists, and clocks. Dunker's Marine, Battle Lake. Phone 218 864-8183. ERICKSON'S SEPTIC pumping service, Fergus Falls. Phone 7346290. If no answer, call 7347421. WHO OWES you? We collect. Tri- State Collection Service. 734 4M3. 112 South Mill. CARPET AND uphoUtery tham- poo ing, dry in 90 minutes. Louie Haiby, City. FOR EXPERT repilr on »m«ll engines of all makes, see Verne at Otter Tall Coop Oils, 703 W. Washington. FRIBERG'S UPHOLSTERY Shop. Materials on hand. 736-7956 or 7399134. EDDIE'S INSULATING Service. Blown Insulation In old and new homes. Phone 734 4743. SEPTIC TANK pumping, phone 4952258, Julian Totlerude, Underwood, Minnesota. CHUCK'S U.PHOLSTERY, 317 W. Lincoln. All types of furniture, office and home. Car and truck seats. Many fabrics to choose from. Telephone 734-45BO. ' CUSTOM BOBCAT and Backhoe work, landscaping, excavating, trenching and manure loading. Call' 7344733. SEPTIC TANK pumping, reasonaWerates. Marvin Peterson, 842-5114. SEPTIC TANK and farm liquid pit cleaning. Larry Van Ryswyk, 7472024, Ashby. PETERSON ENTERPRISES. Special rubbish hauling and clean up service. Call now, 9-2384 or 44449. Free estimates. BARRY'S EXCAVATING-Septic tank pumping—sewer system- basement— trenching—landscaping—gravel—black dirt. Call Underwood 824 6474, Maine 4953209. A-l REFRIGERATION and Appliance Service. Guaranteed service on all major appliances. Phone 739-2344. , . ARtENS GARDEN tillers and riding mowers. Authorized sales and • service. Johnson Repair Shop. 734 3949. MARWEG'S PAINTING Interior and Exterior, shingling and roof repair. All kinds of cement work. 734-5293. REMODELING? EXPERT carpentry and concrete work. Call Howard Knight Construction Company, Fergus Falls. Phone 7363308. NEED 1,000 imprinted quickly? You need our Quick-Print Service, for business envelopes, stationery, letterheads, business cards—you name it. Call 734-4404 or stop into the Secretarial Service, 309 West Lincoln. SMALL ENGINE repair. Power and riding lawn mowers, roto tillers, sharpening blades and balancing. 415 East Everett, Fergus Falls. . Phone 736-7262. ELECTROLYSIS BY Gena at Eunice's Beauty Salon. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28th and 29th. 7347304. DISHWASHER WANTED. Apply in person to Becker's Supper Club. HELP WANTED: Men needed to go South combining for the summer. Run 7700 John Deere combine with air conditioning. Phone 218-6434551, Breckenrldge, Minn. TYSVER LANDSCAPfc Nursery and Garden Center. Complete nursery and garden service. SPRUCE AND Pine trees, dig your own. 218 734-5135 after 5:30. JERRY'S GARDEN tilling. Phone 7363867. _ AUTHORIZED LAWNBOY Sales and service. Johnson Repair Shop. 736-3949. SOD DELIVERED or landscape. 218-267-2831. Moos speaks of years at 'IT ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Malcolm Moos, bowing out after seven years as president of the University of Minnesota, says the prospect of leaving his Fergis Falls (Mi.) tonal Wed., May 22, 1974 [ Junior Editors Quiz on PEGASUS 13 $241 million.' As for other milestones, Moos noted the "retrenchment and allocation" program of 1971 which he said saved both dol- compiefe a ,™ mater ^f S im a feclin 8 Jars and quality, and the devel- WANTED: KITCHEN aid from 5 p.m. to midnight. Waitress from II :30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 5 p.m. to \ a.m. Apply at The Oiler tail House, west end of Otter Tail Lake. HEATING TWO GIRLS to work for the sum mer. One In hot dog stand and one for babysitter. Private living quarters furnished. 847-7125, Detroit Lakes. WANTED: PART-TIME or full-time stock man. Write 414 W. Stanton, Fergus Falls or call 739-2263. Equal opportunity employers. WANTED: MEN for station attendant and maintenance work. Apply in personal Big Chief Texaco Service. LP GAS and appliances. Local Gas Co. Ph. 736-5421. NEED FUEL? Dial a warm number. 6-5«9. Becklund-Rian Oil. of "dying a little." Moos, 57, told a luncheon at the St. Paul Press Club Monday that there is "no substance" to the complaint that he didn't get along with the legislature. He cited as evidence opment of the Freshwater Biological Institute at take Minnetonka. Moos also said he fought for an "open university" and was indirectly critical of the Board the of Regents for holding private ANTIQUES growth of the university oper- sessions concerning his ouster ating budget from $98 million to and naming his successor. LOST & FOUND LOST SIAMESE cat wearing collar. Reward! Please call 734-656*. PICKED UP male Mack and white Terrier cross. Will be disposed of if not claimed within 5 days. Phone 739-2J51, between 8 and 5, Monday through Friday. LOST: GOLD Mother's pin with U sets. Reward! Call 6-4878 after five. LOW COST — best results, that's Journal Classified Advertising! FOR RENT FOR RENT: Office space, 109 N. Court. Vern Youngren, 7367551. APARTMENT RENTALS. Call Bakken Construction Co. 6-5245. ANTIQUES AT Amor. 495-2521. COUNTRYSIDE ANTIQUES, buy and sell. 2 miles north on Hwy. 59. 736.2400. j_ TREASURE COVE, Ashby, Minn. Buy and sell antiques, furniture, paperbacks, small estates. 7472898. MERZ GIFT, Antique Shop, 1 mile north on Jewett Lake Road. 7344011. HANNEMAN MUSEUM near Elizabeth open Wednesday 7-9 p.m. Sunday p.m. Admission charged. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS ?8. Striked instrument l.Ropefibti Sl.Chijgtr 5. Va'jlled alcove 33. Arid 1 , poi-cr: SHOPPERS GUIDE TYPEWRITERS. Lundeen's. A-LWAYS B-Sure C-Suhr. TRAVEL 9. Exists ll.Tiiought 12. Deposit 14. Illegal management 16. Lurch 17. Size o! shot- 18. Pitfall 20. Asian holiday 21. Lariat 23. Norse god 25. Peacock butterfly 26. Talented 35. That man 36. Cormai'.ded 33. lnd<s!ii:ct 40. While he 42. Oulof work •M B'ocdtype «. Sta -17. Creature 50 The fox 52. Grow bored 53. Van's title 51. Scene in "The Iliad" 55. Coptic bishop !. Masculine pronoun ?. Publication 3. Washington iwsless AIRLINE TICKETS and reservations same p'ice as the airport. Darby Travel Bureau, 736-5424. NEW BROADWAY apartments. 1 and 2 bedroom. Includes dish washer, disposal, appliances, extra closets, saunas, exercise rooms, and garages. 623 W. Fir. 736-2419. RESORTS CAMPING VACATION AT Moser's Resort, Route?, Long Lake, Fergus Falls. Cabins, camping area, beach, canoe, paddle boat, playground, lodge has recreation, pizza, beer, groceries, bait, ice. Phone 218-7367621. HHH views his plan on food reserve MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Sen. Hubert Humphrey, D- Minn., has asked the Senate to act within 30 days on an amendment to his national food FOR RENT: A completely furnished reserve system designed to re- i.bedroom apartment, close to duce financial risks confronted hospital. Available June 15lh. Call 736-4245 or 736-5531. DELUXE ALL carpeted 1 bedroom apartment with dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, disposal, laundry, garage. Swan Apartments, 734-2704. APARTMENT FOR rent, close in. Call 6-7485 after 5:30. RIVER INN Hotel, 113 South Mill Street. Phone 7365441. Special rates on rooms to permanent tenants, $15.00 to $40.00 a week, single. If you desire more information, stop in at the Hotel and we will show you the rooms. go ii dc. bM 37 21 33 Par lime 25 nin. AP Nuwsfeafu/ei SOLUTION OF YESTtKUAY'S PUZZLE DOWN 4. French resort 5. Mimic 6. Dad 7. Hummingbird 8. Space suit 9. Broadway dramatist 10. Lei it stand 13.Foyer 15. Twinge 19. Sun disk 21. Derrick 22. So long 24. Oliue genus 27. German song 29. Squabble 30. Shoe width 32. Monastery 31 Uniform 37. Persian money 39. Street urchin •SO. Shape 41.Froster 43. Matron 46. Pismire 48. Aleut 49. Sward 51. Artificial language 26 US fai 29 *? iS 5-22 QUESTION: Where did the name Pegasus tome from? * * * ANSWER: Pegasus was the immortal Winged Horse of Greek mythology. He sprang from the blood of Medusa, a dreadful creature, with such a horrible face lhat mortals who gazed on her turned to stone. This dreadful monster was slain by Perseus, the son of Jupiter, who flew on winged sandals. Perseus then slew a sea monster, C.'elus, and rescued the fair princess Andromeda. Pegasus with a slash of his hoof created a sacred spring of the Muses on Mount Helicon. Hence he has been associated with the arts, particularly poetry and song. According to different legends, Pegasus had many exciting experiences before he flew into the skies where he was welcomed by Zeus and made into a constellation. The main characters of the Perseus legend are enshrined as constellations and are seen in the autumn sky. Pegasus, Andromeda and Perseus are adjoining constellations. . 5-22 (Michelle Dttmais of West field, Mans., wins a prize fur this question. You can win S10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) MODERN COTTAGE with boat, month of June. Rothsay 847-2173. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE by farmers". 1 BEDROOM furnished apartment, available June 1. Call alter 4 p.m., 7343513. ClA Mf I kir* , DANCING COUNTRYSIDE 1-94 Skelly. We appreciate your business. Come and see Ruby & Cy. TEN MILE Lake Steak House. Open 7 days a week. Dalton 5*9.8845. A TERRIFIC group from Chicago, 3 guys and2gals, strawberry Sundae Review. Now entertaining al Becker's Supper Club. Humphrey said in a statement issued by his Minneapolis HAVE FOR rent a two bedroom oKice that the main emphasis apartment. For adults only. NO of his reserve legislation is "simply to assure all consumers of an adequate supply of food and fiber at all time and FOR SALE: Set of G 40 14" tires with or without Chevy chrome rims. 739-2372. HOBIE CAT sailboats - see Ed . Lundeen, your factory authorized dealer. Place your order now for summer sailing. Phone . 734 5433, 7345103 or lake, 1.495-2994. EVINRUDE AND Chrysler sales NOTICES I BUY, sell and trade all kinds of antiques. M. H. Dahlen, Rt. 5. Phone 734-4747. HIGHEST RATES on insured savings. Fergus Falls Savings & Loan. children. Call this phone number, 65173. ' FOR RENT: I bedroom house, furnished. Available June 1. 7364924. FOR RENT: A new bungalow home with attached double garage. Available for June, July, and central air. No children, preferred. Call .734-5920 after 2:30 p.m. 2 HOUSES Both 2 bedroom units: One at tllO.OO plus utilities, the other at $140.00 plus utilities. Call Donelan Realty for occupancy requirements, before 5:30 p.m. at 42320. at reasonable prices." He says recent crop estimates suggest a modest excess AvaiiaDm TOT June. July, anu t .. .. . . August. Completely furnished and Of crop Supplies available for and service. Johnson Repair Shop. HEIRLOOM GALLERIES: WANTTO RENT 734-3949. YAMAHASOcc A-l condition. See at 1020 W. Lincoln. Phone 6-5531. NEW MINI-BIKE, 3 horsepower, S110.00. Phone Rolhsay, 847-2173.' BETHANY, SCAMP trailers, pickup toppers, camping supplies, sales, rentals. Gerald Benson, 218 736-5135, 218-739-9032 or North Union Texaco, 218 739 9886. FOR SALE: 305 Yamaha, 1350.00. See Don Steeves. FOR SALE: Bethany fold-down camper trailer, sleeps 4, good condition. S375.00. Gaylan Thor- modson, Dalton. 589-B856. 10' CAMPER, self-contained, gas or electric, Ford V»-ton Camper Special, automatic, low mileage, 677-3921. FOR SALE: 1970 250 CC Suzuki Scrambler. Motorcycle in very good condition. Priced to sell. 2184854335. SALE OR trade: 14' runabout and 35 h.p. Johnson for fishing boat. 6 . 48S4. FOR SALE: 1972 Honda CL .350, excellent condition. Must sell. 7392233, ext. 236, Dave. Antiques, gifts, collector's items, art work. Natural Food Depart ment. Ph. 736-7634, 213 E. Summit. MEET ME at Lurries Cafe. SENIOR HIGH PTA meeting Thursday, May 23, 3:00 p.m., Senior High Lecture Hall. . Program: National Honor Society Initiation, election of officers for 1974 1975 PTA. NOT RESPONSIBLE for any bills other than my own. Michael Barry. THE WOMEN'S Guild of the First United Church of Christ will have a Food Saleon Friday, May 24th at 11 a.m., at Olson's Furniture .Store. STUB'S, BATTLE Lake, featuring piano bar on -Friday. Saturday, May 25 featuring "Coulours," 4 guys and a girl, smooth, rock and roll, rythm in blues dance band, showey, with an excellent dance- beat. 5S- ATERRlFICgroupfrom ChicW, 3 guys and2 gals, Strawberry Sutfdae Review. Now entertaining at Becker's Supper Club. CLOSED Wewill be closed allday Saturday, May 25 so our employees can enjoy the Memorial Day weekend. Kimber Awning Co. reserve this fall. Humphrey said if this happens, farmers will be faced with low prices following the harvest, with the likelihood that foreign buyers will increase their purhcases at the lower prices and deprive the U.S. of the opportunity of placing some of the stocks in reserve. Should this happen, he predicts that American farmers and other consumers "would then again face the prospect of WANT TO rent: Nice 2 bedroom rapidly escalating prices in apartment with garage, by July 1st. P o r l v 1Q/7S iii<st a<! hannpnpri in Middle age couple, no children, eaiiy^aia, JUST, as nappeneo. in 19/4. Humphrey's legislation asks for a total reserve of 600 million bushels of wheat, 40 million tons of feed grains, 150 million bushels of soybeans and five million bales of cotton. BLONDIE WANTED: MEAT or locker plant to buy or lease. Write Box 351, Waile Park 56387. WANT TO rent 4 bedroom house. Call 736 7545. Phone 734.6422. WANT TO rent: 2-3 bedroom lake co*ttage or home within 25 miles of Fergus, for 30 days starting June 15lh. 734-3681 or 736-4244. IP DAGWOOD/ THEY (WERE CLOSING THE x "•— -i STORE--! HAP ^luimm M. I'M SO3RY ) I EVER < BOUGHT IT L WELL, WHY YOU? THIS DRESS I BOUGHT LOOKS TERRIBLE Ot-J ME BEETLE BAILEY RUMMAGE SALES GARAGE SALE, May 23rd and 24lh. Team clothing, uniforms, new woven rugs and misc. at 503 South Peck. LARGE SALE, Thursday, May 23, 9 to 4. Huge amount of infants and children's clothing, adults sizes, misc. items, rifle, patio set, electric outdoor grill. 1010 E. Mt. Faith. LARGE GROUP Rummage Sale, Friday, May 24, 10-3, Underwood Legion Hall. GROUP 'RUMMAGE: Furniture, misc; maternity, most all sizes clothing and patterns. 402 E. vernon, Friday and Saturday. 9 to alleges that Pentair's 1973 *' profits exceeded Cost of Living 19-PARTY Rummage Sale, Maplewood Town Hall, 4'.? miles East of Erhard, Minn. Friday and Saturday, May 24 and 25,9 a.m. to 5 p.m. AM sizes men's, women's, children's, baby ctolhes: Acrylic paintings; new car radio; buffer; vacuum cleaner: chairs: shoes; bike; toys; puzzles; dishes: pots; pans; large variety of misc. Colfee and bars. Allegation by IRS will be contested MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Pentair Industries, Inc., said Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a remedial order which HE/' NO APPOINTMENTS' TOOA>: MAV8E I'LL DO A LITTLE PEADINi HENRY Auction Directory THURSDAY, MAY 23 — HARRY & MYRTLE WAGNER, 1% miles east of Deer Creek. 10:30 a.m. E.E. Zaske & Jim Olson, auctioneers. FRIDAY, MAY 24 — DONALD WESTBERG ESTATE, 2 miles East and 2 miles South of Hoffman. Orvin Rosin, auctioneer. (Machinery, Land, Cattle, Household) SATURDAY, MAY 25 - AMELIA LEIBOLD, City of Parkers Prairie. 12:30 p.m. Roman Roers, auctioneer (Household) SATURDAY, MAY 25 - DAN ANDRUS ESTATE, 1 Mock North of Midland Station in Dalton. 1 p.m. Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Household and Misc.) SATURDAY, MAY 25 — LENA ANDERSON 4 BOB MORSE, , TD c • . . .- , ffighway Inn at Inspiration Peak. 1 p.m. Ray Torgerson 4 AJ *^ G r^^*7«^. J^ "S 'SCold Roers, Auctioneers. (Antique, Household and Machinery) "rapery rods, baby clothes, 'he Cost of Living Council RUMMAGE SALE, 214 W. Alcott: Baby on up to adult clothing, misc. items, beginner organ; electric Gibson guitar and amplifier. 9 to 5, Friday. GROUP RUMMAGE sale, Thurs day,'May 73, 9 am. to ^ p.m. 325 East Alcott. Council guidelines. Although the IRS has not set forth an exact dollar liabi'ity, the company calculates that its exposure, assuming the IRS is correct, would not exceed $450,000 after taxes, reducing 1973 earnings by 32 cents to $2.06 per share. • Pentair had sales of $44 million in 1973 with net income of $3.4 million. Murray J. Harpole, president of Pentair, said the order arises HAVE SOME CAHOY, HENRY TIGER drapery rods, baby clothes, clothing and misc. items. Jensen's, 1217 E. Fir. Friday. GARAGE SALE: Dishes, clothing and many misc. items. Thursday, 9 to S. Friday, 9 to 12 No early sales. &3< W. Laurel. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 - EDWIN HAARSTICK, 2V4 miles North of Fergus Falls, Lewis Tysdal, Auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 1 - CHARLES KREKELBERG, 3 miles east of Dent. 12:30 p.m. Walter Berend, auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 15 -LENVILLESCHUMANN, 6 miles South ..,„.,._„ _, and4 miles West of Rothsay. 11:30 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, WHA ^ °° *»> " eed - fM *>*- "' Auctioneer. (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 22 - WALTER BAKER, 7 miles North of Breckenridge on No. 9, then 4 miles East. 11 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Farm) -**** lage? We have it! Electric slove, fridge, davenport, tables, stools. dishwasher, porch furniture, dishes, and drapes, etc. Wednesday through Friday. '19 E. Vasa. SATURDAY AND Sunday. May }5, ?6. 731 Riverside Court. Furniture, clothing, dishes In ijasement regulations and not from customer complaints. Harpole said Pentair will contest the remedial order and go to court if necessary. Pentair is headquartered in Minneapolis and operates paper mills in Niagara and I^adysmilh, Wis., and a rendering plant at Arden Hills, Minn., that produces protein supplements for animal feeds. i THOUGHT YOU MI6HT

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