Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 13
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 13

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
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Mar lama w»i. JM. M, mr · » IF YOU SELL SERVICES LET CLASSIFIED FIND NEW CUSTOMERS FOR SALE DEMONSTRATOR 1956 Chevrolet station, wagon. V-l, many other extras. Fully guaranteed. N« reasonable offer refused. KNOEPFLER CHEVROLET I It No. A St. Open Evenings US-US-IM SPECIAL!! Near new modern three room house, builtin*. gas heat, hardwood floors, large living room, closets, full sise tot on paved street. For » .mall family this is ideal, priced right too. Jack Hunt Realtor. 3-M37. iMiMfci Theatre Building. 128-3* -BUICK BETTER BUY USED CARS f 56 BUICK $2995 Century 1 door hardtop. Radio, heater, dynaflow. Low icfleage. ·55G.M.C. $1295 %'tcn Pickup. Low mileage, dean. '55 FORD $1795 Customune "6" 2 door. Radio, heater, Fordomatic. ·55 FORD $1550 Fairlane 2-door. Ford-o-ma- tic, radio and heater. _ 'M BUICK $1495 Special 4-door Sedan. Stand* aid transmission 'and heat* ar. New tares. ·53 BUICK $1295 Headmaster 4-door Sedan. Dynaflow, power steering, . power brakes and radio. ·52 CADILLAC ,$1795 Coup* DeVffle. Radio, heater, power steering and power brakea. ·51 NASH $495 ^ Ambassador 4-door sedan. Radio and heater. ·51 BUICK $595 Super 4-door sedan. Dyna-'. flow, radio and heater. ^Tf- la '50 BUICK $495 . .Super 4-door Sedan. Dyna- flow, radio aad heater. M ON AST Sales Service 115-117 North Second St. OR 3-6527 ,,-- SAXB--1953 on«-ton CheTrou* track. Insulated box. Good condition. Zieighton Garage. Phone MA6- 134-dS KNOEPFLER CHEVROLET A Good Place To Buy Your CAR or TRUCK In Oskaloosa , "ASK OUR CUSTOMERS- BRAND NEW '57 CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN STOCK I MODLiL 3104, 'A-ton pickup, V-8, chrome, custom cab, tide mount spare. I MODEL 3105, '/2-ton panel, extra seat, 6 cylinder. I MODEL 3204, 'A-ton pickup, V-8 t long 90" box, foam seat, sidemount. 1 MODEL 3604. ft-ton pickup, 4-speed, 6 cylinder, foam seat. 2 MODEL 6403, 2-ton, 2- speed, 6 cylinder, 7 feet C. A. dimension. Heavy duty equipment. I MODEL 6503, 2-ton, 2- speed, 6 cylinder, 8'/i ft. C. A. dimension, heavy duty equipment. SAVE MONEY NOW BY KIRCHASINS FROM STOCK KNOEPFLER CHEVROLET III No. A Open Evenings m-ia FOR SALE ocm orroBTimn. i Ide»l location. p«T«t hith bomt. acre place. Beac Floyd Floyd Cook. Bar. l*«jr, -brick Beacon Hood. Ut-dipd _ _ A GOOD, folia three bedroom borne, modern, full baawmeot. carac*. two tot*, do** to Iowa valve. Owaer Hunt. Realtor. Theatre Building. , Mrtnff t 3-4OT. town. Jack US-di EXTKA LABGE hilltop lot. Beautiful ahade trees. Located in fourth ward. Several other lots in all section* of town. Naylor Beat Estate. 306 Hifh West. S-8B4. lS-dJ FEXX ADDITION: Four roooM and one half bath down-- two bedroom* and full bath up. Hardwood . . garage. Will sacrifice for quick aale. Carl Perry. Bealtor. Dial 3-543J- 137-48 FOB SALE: Six room all modern home and two lota In Southwest part. $8500.00. Carl Perry. Bealtor. S-H32. U7-d3 TEBT SICE eight room all modern home with 17 £ acres. Land lay* good. East of city. Possession soon. Ahrweiler Realty. -- " FOB SALE: Five room modern home. Paved street. Cin be aold on contract. C. A. PlckerelL 127-dJ THKEE BEDBOOX modern home, spacious Urine room 24x14. large kitchen, full basement, double lot. $6730-00- Naylor Real Estate. JOS High avenue west. 3-302*. 117-43 FOCB APARTMENT Income property. Close in. Gas beat. For *al«. trade for small home. 3-C753. Ut-dC FOR RENT FARM SUPPLIES 'ALFA HAI far aal*. Lylt - FOB KENT: Three room furnished apartment. Heat and water. 837 East High Avenue. Dial 3-6582. 12»-d3 TWO BOOM furnished apartment for rent. Herb Dolcater. 115 5th ATCTUB ·West. SERVICES TBEC TBimMUSG, topping and !·- moving. Free estimate*. Price I* nwaooable. Call OE2-2452. 125-dfpd Large Crowd Altafc Banqnet to WASTED: Agricultural line h«nU»*ltal of 150 member* attended f^^dS^A^^o^Trl^v^^ ^s^r-S . «^.« ' TT^-riMi i Producer* aasociaiMMt H held Thursday evening at « 4k it rvBjrncBE SHor. aw Market. Cabinet . milriig. Telephone 3- furniture Bnaksma. Don Mattix. ·70*5. Carl 107-431 NOTICES O(CO« TAX aarrie* by appototatat Six year* experience preparing tax retttraa. Orchard al hall in Sigoumey. Leo association president, Guest speaker waa Marion «Ud- doco, president of taw Iowa, Producers TAX BBTCBM preparation. Ca««r. uaitofth l^kal FhaM Otehard VlTMi Kali* It. Iowa. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY TWO TAVEBJIS. Last years net profit $7200.00. Very reasonable. Fred Phillips. Harvey. Iowa. 125-dlOpd Farm Equipment UM MODEL John Deere model B tractor and quick-tact cultivator. Call JtA 6-2131 Peoria or nightcalls MAS-22SL U8-42 LIVESTOCK rat SALE FOB SALE: Three good milk cows. Also 125 bales third cutting alfalfa hay. Orchard 3-3902. 128-d2 Announcements Past Noble Grands Club Keet-Fri. 3 pja. TMU* AUis p 128-d2 FOtIB BOOM modern mi. M. Robinson. Phone 2-2478. ._ W. 127-03 FOB BEST: Four room upstairs apartment with private bath, uptown. C. A. PickerelL 137-d3 FOB BENT: Small acreage to Wright or would sell on easy terms. Phone Orchard 3-4939. U7-d2pd ITfK BOOM modern unfurnished apartment. Gas store, neat, water furnished. Uebus. 517 B Avenue West. 125-d6 FOB BENT: Three r o o m modern house. Immediate possession- Gas beat. 2-2273 erenings 3-6237. 131-dll WANT TO RENT WANTED TO BENT: Two or three bedroom home by March 1st. Call 3-3024. After 6:00. 12S-43 WANTED WANTED: A 16 or 18 foot stock and grain box. Sanchez Conoco, Mar- tinsbnrg, Iowa. 128-d2 WANTED: Coal order. Prompt delivery and honest weight guaranteed. Albert Dursky. Phone £4013. 120-dlQpd WANT TO BUT: Old diahes. dolls, lamps and antique articles. West Antique Shop. OE 3-7724. 12O-dl2 OskaJMM Prayer Band Will be held at the home of Mrs. Helena Scott. 109 «ft Ave. W. Pri. 2 pjn. «8-d2 Garden Depwrbnemt Oskaloosa Womens Club regular meeting Fri. 2 p.m. at YWCA. Sack lunch 11:30. 128-d2 been one of the delegates t» the trip to Rueala mat yea .study Ruaaiaa agrieilttiir*. abowed slides and gave an ··tins; account of life in that try. He explained that, to _ the Russian people -wen not satisfied with their aad that aa far aa the people concerned there waa BO ill toward our country. Other activities at the meeting included entertainment by the Sigourney high'school floartet, aeveral numbers on the by Mrs. Merle Gatton of Cheer, and reporta to the tion by C. D. Kirkpatrick of Keot* end David Noller of Sigouraey. New directors elected to three- year terms were EUvin Luera o) Keota, Clem Streigel of ftlfuuniey and Martin Rice of Hedxiek. Retiring directors were David Noller of Sigourney, Karl Grove Keswick and John Thomas of Delta. . Holdover directors are Leo Btt- cher and Dyle Morrison of South English, C. D. Kirkpatrick of Keota, Dale Axmear of Keswick John Horras and Elmer Morrison of Sigourney. f Other business included of a resolution favoring state legislation to outlaw the use of virulent cholera virus in Iowa. Bucher said the three new rectors and the six carry-over dl rectors will meet soon to elect Americas Gold Star Mathers officers from their group and to egon ^n." ^^^^ 9-30 meeting 10 pjn. Luncheon at j earned out later in the year. noon. 127-d2 Toleration lodge No. S3§ AF * AM Special meeting Thurs. 7:30. Work in 2nd degree. Refreshments. 127-d2 Eddvville FREE: Boyd Alignment Service will; check your car lor **f« driving and longer tiro wear. U9-dl2 HELP WANTED MUE UKOTXPE OPEBATOSS NXEDED-- Get started in this well-paid trade by enrolling at the State University of Iowa. Next class starts February 4. Consult your local publisher or writ* School of Journalism, Iowa City. Iowa. 103-d27 Krroll Stump went to the University ^hospital in Iowa City Wednesday for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmer left Thursday for Palm Springs and San Diego, Calif., for a stay of several months. Mrs. Alice Lobberecht and family have moved to the property formerly owned by WiUard Whitaker. Mrs. Maggie Pike of Kirkvffle has' been brought to the Shahan nursing home. Lovilia A birthday dinner was £i' Sunday in honor of Mrs.-Ted Vle- ser at the home of her, parents, air. and Mrs. Ernie CUpy arton, Hamilton. Mr. and JStt. Carl Via I ser, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Visser an family of Lovilia, Mr. and Mrs Victor Allen and family, Mr. anc Mrs. Dean Simmons of Newtoti an Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hugen o Bussey were guests'. A miscellaneous shower i held at the home of Mrs. Dal jPoat of Georgetown Sunday eve! ning in honor Of Mrs. Eugen jPost, the former Joan Sager o ; Lovilia, who was married recent FOR SALE MSCEUAHEOUS BABY TUBTLES. Bowls and feed. Snails. Aquarium ornaments. Air pumps. Plastic tubing. Loos Seed Company. 128-33 DAILY THERMOMETER Sec thermometer below for today's noon femperarBr* Julia Runyan recently observec her 85th birthday at her home here. She has spent her entire in this community ~ and was a seamstress for over 50 years, ua-j til the loss of eyesight forced her' to discontinue her work. ·UZtAWYtt ly fey 3TOBTHBUP, KING packet flower and garden seeds just unpacked. Bulk} garden seeds also. Loos Seed Com- panv, 12S-d3 USE MYZON POULTRY BUILDER Concentrated Disease Fighting Nutrients BLACKFORD COMPANY 2.2521 BEAGLES PUPPIES two months old. Litter registered close up champion stock. Johnsons Kennels, Route 2. Oskaloosa. 127-dlpd 9x14 BUG. One year old. J-5S65. 127-d2 HOrSE TKAILEB. Used, 20 foot. Continental Dual wheels. Priced for quick sale. Shady Lodge MoteL 127-d3 SO MOKE FTS8 with dandruff muss- use Sanidyne. Green and Bentley Drugs. 12S-d6 LABGE 'OBGE oil burner for sale. Call Orchard 3-3020 evenings. 12S-d3 CLEAS IOWA COAI,--L,urnp. range, stoker. Prompt deiivery. Lawrence A. Grubb. OR3-3497 or 3-6S66 evenings. THREE USED TVs. One 21" Magna- TOX cosisole. like new. Cherry cabinet. One 21" Magnavox consolation model. One 14'" console only $34.50. McGregors. 125-d4 ITOTICE: KODEBSTEE and r e p a i r your pfumbinc; and heating now. Free estimates. L o w e s t prices, quality equipment. Xo down payment. *"HA terms. We clean and repair all furnaces. Jenkins Plumbing and Heating Dial Orchard 2-2273. 105-d30 H.BCTROLX VACUUM CUEA5TEKS --Sales, service, supplies. Phone t-4105. OskalooM. 10»-d44 LOANS Need Cash? Loans S50 · S250 Up Get m Federal Discount Corp. Martin Naaktfeboren, Mgr. Uvennore Bid*. Dial 2-2S77 SEED OATS BUY NOW BELL SEED FEED CO. USED 1953 WD Wide Front End LYTLE IMPLEMENT GO. 70 65 60 55 50 XXX. DICK'S RADIO TV SERVICE 1514 A Avenue East Phone 3-5981 if no answer Z-2350 xxx CAL'S RADIO TV (Calvin Sheeley) Service an makes fliJttT'ffn imii- · I*£O4eif Installation Car Radio Service 110 N. D St. OR 3-6439 Scrap Iron Metals aad Tractors. We pay highest pricea. ·EN 1 KRNSTEM CALL BEFORE YOU SELL Highest Prices Paid LEJGHTON STOCKVMtDS am »4z«t « au Mm -3DCX- RITE-SIZE 26% Grain Balancer L H. WAKE FEED MUi 40 Places of religious and historical i importzince in Jordan include the! enclave in Jerusalem, Bethlehem, j Amman, Jericho, The Dead Sea,! Samaria, Hebron, Jeraah and Fetra. . ' " fhe Day 8 s Weather Forecast for Iowa Generally fair," warmer Wednesday night. Increasing cloudiness, siightiy warmer Thursday, «oma chance of either rain or snow late in afternoon. Low Wednesday night 5-10 northeast to 15-20 southwast. High Th-rsday mid 20s northeast to mid 30s !n southwest. Partly cloudy, slightly cooler Friday. FIVE-DAY FORECAST: Temperatures through Monday 3-6 degrees bj»!ow normal. Normal high 5T-S5. i Jsormal low 9-16. Minor variations until turning colder Sunday or Mon- ! day. Light to moderate precipitation j averaging from ^4 to ~i inch, as rair. i j or snow about Friday, again Sncdav \ i or Monday. Forecast tor Oskaloosa Fair, wanner Wednesday night. low 12-18. Thursday increasing cloadir.ess. ; -wanner slight chance of rain or sr.ow. ' High Thursday 30-35. MAtY WORTH Temperature High yesterday . Low last night A YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum ____«_____ I ! .7 Observations yesterday, clear j , _ i *·* p.m. yesterday, clear i *7 p.m. yesterday, clear Midnight, clear 4 a.m. today, clear *8 a.m. today, clear Indicates official readinf. PrecipitetioD For the 24 hours ending at · a.m. today » trace of snow. January to date 1» tnch Average for January LSD taehes Length of Days Sun rises 7:U a.ra.. sun sets S:9t P.m.; mooa riaea 7:00 a.m.. moon sets UX MORGAk THE HEART OF JUUET JONES SCAMP MOCAT SlWLY OOT TO ·Wf ItS · MLSITEIO OffCHMf IREATH. CAR. 9* *UTHfX ROCKS! 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