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Page 12 THE WINONA REPUBLICAN-HERALD, WINONA, MINNESOTA SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1951 13 Civil Cases For Caledonia Caledonia, Minn. -- (Special) -Thirteen civil cases and one criminal case are included on the Houston county district court spring calendar. Court will open Monday morning, with a memorial service set for 2 p.m. in tribute to the late Charles Dbrival, former probate court judge. Petit jury members report at 1:30 p.m. May 28. Judge Karl Finkelnburg will preside. Actions on the calendar include four damage collection suits, two automobile accident cases and several real estate matters. The one criminal case involves an abanddn- ment charge. Named to the petit jury are the following (addresses are townships unless indicated otherwise): Reuben Anderson, Wilmington; Halvard Arnston, Black Hammer; Mrs. Albert Aschim, Yucatan; Gerhard Bauer, Mayville; Lester Beckman, Mound Prairie; Clarence Bjorlo, Spring Grove village; Clifford Chapel, Sheldon; Lloyd Deters, Spring Grove; Art Evenson, Spring Grove village; Peter Felton, Mayville; Anna Flatten, Yucatan; Peter Fokema, Union; Merton Frauenkron, H o u s t o n ; Mrs. William Goede, Mound Prairie; Dewey Golberg, Spring Grove village; Mrs. Roy Hauge, Spring Grove; Henry Holzworth, Brownsville; Arthur Howe, Yucatan. Alma Jenson, Yucatan; Art Johnson, Money Creek; Mrs George Kelly, Houston; Mrs. Orin Lanswerk, Wilmington; Clifford Lee, Caledonia; Mrs. Harold Link, Caledonia village; Thomas Moen, Black Hammer; Mrs. Henry Nelson, Money Creek; Irvin Olson, LaCrescent; Arnold Quinnell, Wilmington; Gustal Radtke, Hokah village; Mrs. Harland Rosaaen, Spring Grove village; Mrs. William Sherburne, Yucatan; Mrs Floyd Strindemoen, Wilmington; Charles Tiffany, Houston village; Clarence Verthein, Hokah village; Paul Von Arx, Union, and George Wohlers, Brownsville village. · Blair Man Purchases Store in Mausfon Blair, Wis, --UP)-- Morris Hansen, associated with his father, Ingvald Hansen, in the Hansen Clothes shop here and owner of a similar store in Elroy, has purchased a store in Mauston. The former Arthur Vieth Cloth ing store there is now known as the Hansen Clothes shop. The Elroy store was opened by the Hansens in 1945 and the store here in 1949. · Spring Grove Firm Low With -$114,193 Decorah, Iowa --(Special)--Three grading contracts for road work in Winneshiek county have been awarded to Roverud Construction Company, Spring Grove, Minn. The Minnesota firm was low on three bids at $114,193.39. The contracts, awarded by the Iowa highway commission, are for part of the work on grading jobs and bridges on ZlVz miles of farm- to-market roads in the county. B So Smart On You! Top style o£ the summer! t bolero-and-sundress ensemble! Thi has briefest of boleros, buttoned t the dress. All details are new smart, and becoming! Pattern 9037 in sizes 12, 14, 16 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, Six 16 dress, 3Vs yards 35-inch fabric bolero takes 1V4 yards. This easy-to-use pattern give perfect fit,. Complete, illustrate Sew Chart shows you every step. Send thirty cents in coins fo this pattern to MARIAN MART!r The Winona Republican-Herald PATTERN DEPT., P. O. BO 6740, CHICAGO 80, ILL. Prin plainly your name, address, zone size and style number. SEND NOW! Our Marian Martii Summer Pattern Book is just out Send twenty cents today for you copy. You'll sew the smartest mos practical wardrobes for your fa mily and yourself with pattern chosen from this book. A Free Pa tern of a beachrobe for Misses i printed w book. (First Pub. Saturday, May 11, Will STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP WINONA, ss. IN PROBATE CO0BT. No. 15,811. In Re EaUte of Therm Zandke, Decedent. Order (or Hearing on Petition to Determine Descent. Marie Eor.cxv having filed In thli Court petition representing, among other blngs, that mild decedent died intestate ore than five years prior to the filing lereof, leaving certain property In Winona ounty. Minnesota, and that no will of kid decedent has been proved, nor ad- .InUtrtlon of her estate granted, in this Cate and praying that the descent of said roperty be determined and that It be as- gned to the persons entitled thereto; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing lereof be had on .Tune 6tb, 1951, at ten clock A. M., ^before this Court, In the robate court room. In the court house, n Winona, Minnesota, and that notice ereof be given by the publication of this rder in The Winona Republican-Herald nd by mailed notice ns provided by law. Dated May, llth, 1951. LEO P. MURPHY, Fcobate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) S. D. J. Eruski, Attorney for Petitioner. (First Pub. Saturday, May 12, 1951) STATE OP MINNESOTA. COUNTY OP WINONA, ss. IN PROBATE COURT. No. 12.403. In Re Estate ot Paul Zandkc, Decedent. Order for Hearing on Petition to Determine Descent. Mario Bonow having filed In this Court petition representing, among · other htngs. that said decedent died intestate nore than five years prior to the filing lereof, leaving certain property in Winona ounty, Minnesota, and that no will of aid decedent has been proved, nor administration of his estate granted, in this tate and praying that the descent of said roperty be determined and that it be as- gned to the persons entitled thereto; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing hereof be had on June 6th, 191, at ten 'clock A. M., before this Court. In the robate court room, in the court house, in Vinona, Minnesota, and that notice here- f be given by the publication of this order n The Winona Republican-Herald and by ailed notice as provided by law. Dated May llth, 1951. LEO P. MURPHY, Probate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) S. D. J. Bruski, Attorney for Petitioner. ndependence Church lets Commencement independence, Wis.--(Special)-- ible school commencement exer- ises for the senior class will be onducted at the Independence utheran church May 27 by the astor, the Rev. O. G. Birkeland. The Independence Ladies Aid /ill meet May 28, at the home of flr. and Mrs. Adam Garthus. MARK TRAIL (First Pub. Saturday. May 5, 1951) N O T I C E NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 'illage ol Elba will receive sealed bids, for building to be built in the Village nt :lba to house the fire truck. Plans and specifications may be seen y. contacting the Village Clerk at his ome. All bids must be in the hands of the nderslgned not later then Tuesday, May 23. 1061. at 8;M o'clock P. M.. at which .me they will be opened at a general meet- ng to be held at Heise's Hall. The Village reserves the right to reject ny and all bids. BY ORDER OP THE VILLAGE COUNCIL LELAND TODD, Clerk. (First Pub. Saturday, May 5, 1951) TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP WINONA, IN DISTRICT CODRT, THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT, hrlstian Ludwigsen and . N. Kohaer, Plaintiff*, VI. Illler and Ellsworth. A. D. Ellsworth, C. R. Prattle, Lewis tephan, John Gullf oil. Mary E. Waterman, H. B. Waterman, "enry B. Waterman, Valentine lenzer. E. D. Dyar, E. A. laker, Albert Tulees, Albert uleja, Albert Tuleza, Jacob Tuleja, Frank Ganscheneitz, oanna P. Dibble, F. Kroegmei- SUMMONS r. F. Krugmeier. Emelio Krug- :eler, Gustaf Krugmeier, Otto Krugmeier, Richard J. Krugmeier, Edith Krugmeier, Hulda . Krugmeier, Lydia W. Krugmeier, Hattie Krugmeier, Ernst H. Krugmeier, R. J. Krugmeier, Matilda Prenot, Harriet Itein, Harriet Waterman, R. J. Crugmire, Agle A. Marvin, Clara Waterman. Jacob Rader, 'eter Rader, Nicholas Rader, Wary Rowley, Frances Clement, Cats Bonn, Mary Zarmdorff, ''rank Timmlns, Margaret Ellen Taylor. Marlon J. Taylor, also all other persons unknown ,laiming any right, title, es- ate, interest or lien in the real estate described In the Complaint herein, Defendants. THE STATE OP MINNESOTA, TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEPENDANTS: You and each of you are hereby aum- moned and required to answer the Complaint of the plaintiffs herein, which Complaint has been filed in the oflice of he Clerk of said District Court at the County Court House in the City of Winona. bounty of Winona, State of Minnesota, and o serve a copy of your Answer to sale 1 Complaint on one of the subscribers al heir oSice In the City of Wlaone, in said bounty of Winona and State of Mlnne- ota, within twenty (20) days after aervice jf this Summons upon you, exclusive of he day of such service, and If you fall so o serve your Answer to said Complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiffs n this action will apply to the Court for he relief demanded in the Complaint. STREATER MURPHY, By Leo P.. Murphy, Jr., Attorneys for Plaintiff. Christian Ludwlgsen, 107-108 Exchange Building, Winona. Minnesota. GEORGE, BREHMER 8f McMAHON, By C. Stanley McMohon. Attorneys for Plaintiff. S. N. Kohner. Winona, Minnesota. STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OP WINONA. IN DISTRICT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Notice of Us Pendent Same parties aa In Summons Immedlate- 1 preceding this Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, that action has been commenced In this Cour 5? the above named plaintiffs against the above named defendants for the purpos of securing Judgment of this Court tha none of said defendants have any right title, estate, interest or lien in the premise hereinafter described, excluding said d,e !endants from any interest therein. The premises affected in plaintlns ac tlon are situated In the County of Winona State of Minnesota, and are described a follows, to-wit: That part of the Northwest Quarter o the Northwest Quarter NW'/« of NWKi of Section Eleven (11), Township On Hundred Seven (107) , North .of Rang Eight (8) West lying northerly of th right of way of the Chicago and North Western Railway. The Southwest Quarter of the Southwes Quarter (SWVi of SWV) of Section Tw (2), Township One Hundred Seven (107 North of Range Eight (8) West and th South forty (40) rods ol the East twmty four (24) rods of the Northwest Quarte of the Southwest Quarter (NW'/» of SW'A of said Section Two (2). Lots Fifty-four (54), Fifty-five (55) an fifty-six (56) of the plat of Minnesot City* according to the accepted and record ed plat thereof. Beginning at the Southeast corner o Section Three (3). Township One Hundrec Seven (107) North of Range Eight (8 West; thence North three hundred fifty nine (359) feet; thence North sixty-flv degrees West (N. 65° W.) six hundre fllty-one (651) feet; thence South seventy eight degrees fifteen minutes West (S 78° 15' W.) fourteen hundred twenty-flv (1425) feet; thence South thirty-eight de grees East (S. 38' E.) one hundred nine teen (119) feet; thence South flfty-thre degrees East (S. 53° E.) one hundred twen ty-nine (129) feet; thence South slxty-fou degrees East (S. S4° E.) three hundre three (303) feet; thence South sixty-nin degrees East (S. 69° E.) eighty 80) fee more or less, to the southerly Une o! sal Section Three (3); thence East on sal section line fourteen hundred fifty (1451 feet, more or less, to the point of be Beginning at a point on the North lln of Section Eleven (11), Township One Hun dred Sevfa (107) North of Range' Elgh (8) West, seventeen and one-half (17'A chains West of the Northeast corner o the Northeast Quarter of the Northwea Quarter NE'/4 of NWV4) of said Sectlo Eleven (111; running thence South »i and three tenths (6.3) chains to th North line of the railroad; thence wester ly along the north lice of the railroad t the west line of the Northeast Quarter o the Northwest Quarter (NE'A of NWV) o said Section; thence North seven and elgh one hundredths (7.08) chains to the nort line of said section; thence East two an sixty-five one hundredths (2.85) chains ti the place of beginning; being Lot Forty three (43) and a part of Lot Forty-tw (42). Plat of Minnesota City. FURTHER NOTICE IS GIVEN, that n personal claim Is made against the de fendants by plaintiffs or against any ~ said defendants. Dated May 3rd. 1951. STREATER MHBPHY, By Leo r. Murphy. Jr. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Christian Ludwigsen, 107-108 Exchange Building. Winona, Minnesota. GEORGE, BREHMER McMAHON, By C. Stanley McMahon, Attorneys for Plaintiff. S. N. Kohner, mrinomu Jfliuanota* (First Pub. Saturday, May 12. 1951) STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WINONA, ss. IN PROBATE COURT. No. 12,735. In Re Eitate of Mathilda Pfluihoeft, Decedent. Order for Hearing on Final Account and Petition for Distribution. The representatives of the above named state having filed their final account and etition for settlement and allowance hereof and for distribution to the per- ons thereunto entitled; IT IS OHDERED, That the hearing lereof be had on June 5th, 1951. at ten 'clock A. M.. before this Court in the robate court room in the court house in Winona, Minnesota, and that notice hereof given by publication of this order in The Winona Republican-Herald and by lalted notice as provided by law. Dated May llth, 1951. LEO F. MURPHY, Probate Judge, (Probate Court Seal) B. D. J. Bruskl, Attorney for Petitioner. ly Ed Dodd AS THEY CLOSE MUSTERS HER EBBING STRENGTH AND TURNS TO DEFEND HER LfTTLE FAMILY / LI'L ABNER By Al Capp BF VO' LETS VORE HAID I VO' KIN LET GO, NOMfcWVL-- ' THANKS.? NO.CHILLUN- ywRIGHT, ROPPV, BULLETS IS TOO ) DEAR. BUT-KIN EXPENSIVE T' / AH KNIFC A . SHOOT CVM* {. OLE. LADV? -- ' 60BWONTH 1 \TNtTWOKTT , NUTHIN'-- MESO'U-SHOOT ONLV THEM WHUT'S _ MUCSSAW.? Halp Wantad--Mala 27 ·AUBBMAN WAHTBD--Unit bt otat, an- blUou and ·cfnwlY*. Knit ban a 4slrt t» work lor advancement. ·»· Mr. McCain. Montgomery Ward Co. HELP WANTED Man to work in Dairy Plant. Apply in person. 759 East Broadway Situation* WantatJ--Famal* 29 GENERAL CLEANING or housework, five d»n a week. Write O-lt Republican Herald. Situation* Wanted--Male SO SANITARY DRAW LAYER -- Dependable work. 46S Eait Front St. Telephone 50J7. Peter P. Kulas. CARPENTER--cement block layln» or cement work wanted. Telephone 1174. 163 Eas( Tenth. Poultry, Eggs, Suppliaa 44 DR. BALawnrr* RBN-O-aAL -- A «rt*k- 10* water wdklM t« snrMt e*c*l tocldlo.li In dtfckna ant tarter*. AIM tonic and growth stimulant. IN UMM* »1.10 at Tad Kaler Drugi. STARTED · White Rocks · California Whites · New Hampshire Reds Also Have · White Leghorn Pullets Winona Chick Hatchery 56 East Second St. Telephone S614 Wanted--Livestock FARM WORK--Young experienced, fully capable married man wlsbex Job managing fully equipped farm on share or percentage basis. State your offer and location of farm. Write O-10 Republican- Herald. Lusin«t» S«rvic*s WANT ADS start here BEH.IES IO BUND ADI UNCALLED FOB E-29, 41, 42, 44, 52, 81. 70, 79, 93, 94, 91, 100. 0-1, 4. Card of Thanks BRAIJD-- I wish to extend my heartfelt thank: to my many friends, relatives and neighbors, who co kindly remembered me with cards, gifts and letters during my stay at the Sister Kenny Institute in Minneapolis. --Jmes Brand. YOU'LL BE SURPRISED at the hidden beauty In your ruffs and carpeting and upholstered pieces of furniture after they have been cleaned by our competent workers. MIUETEL'B. Telephone 3732. (First Pub. Saturday, May 12, 1951) STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF WINONA, IS. IN PROBATE COURT. No. 12,388. In Be Estate of J*»eph Heffartb, Sr.. also known aa Joseph Hoffarth. Decedent. Order for Hearlnr on Final Accomt and Petition for Distribution. The representative of the above named istvte having filed her final account and jRtltlon for settlement and allowance hereof and for distribution to the per- ons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing ;hereof be had on June 6th. 1951, at ten o'clock A. M,, before this Court In the irobate court room In the court house In Winona. Minnesota, and that notice hereof e given by publication of this order In The Wrnona Republican-Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated May llth, 1951. LEO r. MURPHY. Probate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) 8. O. J. Bruski, Attorney for Petitioner. (First Pub. Saturday, May 13, 1951) C O U N T Y N O T I C E PROPOSALS SOLICITED Sealed proposals will be received by the County Auditor of Winona County. Minnesota, at his office In the Court House In he City of Winona, Minnesota, up to and ncludlng the rrour of 10:00 A. M., on the 5th day of June, 1951, for the following road work: Furnishing 30,000 cubic yards of Crushed Bock Surfacing Material and placing the same on roads in Winona County, Minnesota, or in stock piles at designated locations. Proposals must be made on blank forms [urnished by the County Auditor County Highway Engineer. The County Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids presented. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check made payable to the County Auditor lor 5% of the bid. Dated at Winona, Minnesota, this llth day of May. 1051. BICHABD SCHOONOVER. County Auditor. MURPHY-We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages of «ympathy, beautiful floral and spiritual offerings received from our many friends, neighbors and relatives In our sad bereavement, the loss of our beloved husband and father. We especially thank Rev. 8. P. Weir and Rev. Allan McShane for their services, the choir, those who contributed the aervlceii of their cars, and th« pallbearers. --Mrs. Matthew Murphy, Mr. and Mrl. R. N. Corbett, Mr. and Mrs. B.- J. Kennedy, Miss Catherine Murphy. ELECTRIC ROTO-HOOTER SERVICE--For elotged tewen or drains, call us for Boto-Rooter Cleaning Mrvlce. Nationally advertised, economical, efficient. Any local sewer $18. 24-hour service. Work guaranteed. Syl Kuktwikl, operator. Telephone HOD. SCHEUTT-- · I wish to express my appreciation and thanks for the klndnes; and thoughtful- nesB shown by friends and relatives during my recent Illness In the Colonial hospital. --Fred Scheiitt. Fu..«ral Director* Fawcett-Abraham Funeral Service Telephone 3624 Lost and Found MAN'S WRIST WATCH--Found. Vicinity of Ninth and Lafayette Sti. Telephone 5931. NEGATIVES--Reward for return of 8x7 negatives lost Thursday at Oabrren park. Return to Brown'* Drug Store. ROLLINGSTONE VICINITY -- Shepherd lost or etrayed, black with brown, answers to "Bud." Reward. Adelaide Sel- wert, Rolllngstone, Minn. EAR RING LOST--Silver with aqua a«t- tlng. Reward. Telephone 5093. Personate WE REITERATE, It's great. Fina Foam cleans rugs and upholstery like new Paint Depot. AVON PRODUCTS--Full line of cosmetics. Telephone 9431 morning or ev»- nlngs. Mrs. Grace Ctibor. WANT TO STOP SMOKING -- or smoke less? Try Nlco-Stop. Non-habit forming Pleasant tasting. Guaranteed. Brown Drug Co. PRIVATE individual Instructions now ·vMlaM* to thoaa who deslr. to dto- ccntlnm the use of alcohol All rcpllM strictly confidential. Writ* Secretary Alcoholics Anonymous, Pltmetr Group Box 123, Winona, Minn. (First Pub. Saturday, May 18, 1051) STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WINONA, is. IN PROBATE COURT. File No. 12,365. In Re Estate of Frank Pelofske, Decedent. Order for Hearing on Final Account and Petition lor Distribution. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and lor distribution to the persons thereunto entitled: IT IS ORDERED, That the hearlnj thereof be had on June 12th, 1951, at ten o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room in the court house in Winona, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In The Winona Republican-Herald and by mailed notice as provided by lfr. Dated May 18th, 1951. LEO F. MTJRPHY, Probate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) P. S. Johnson, Attorney for Petitioner, 363 W. 3rd Street, Winona, Minn. (First Pub. Saturday, May 19, 1951) STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF WINONA, u. IN PROBATE COURT. No. 13.491. In Be Estate «f Sl«hard H. SeemanB, Decedent. Order for Hearing en Final Account and Petition for Distribution. The representative of the above named estate having filed hl final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for. distribution to the per- eons thereunto entitled; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on June 13th, 1951, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Winona, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In The Winona Republican-Herald ind by mailed netlce u provided by law. Dated May IStb, 1951. LEO F. MORPHY, Probate Judgt. (Probate Court Seal) William A. Llndqulit, Attorney for Petitioner. (First Pub. Saturday, May 12. 1951) BTATZ OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WINONA, M. IN PROBATE COURT. No. 13.M1. In Be Estate »f Loiisft Smith, also known as Louise Mario Smith, Incompetent Ward. Order for Hearing on Petition to Sell Boal Eitate. The representative of said estate having filed herein » petition to aell at private sale certain real estate described In said petition; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on June Stn, 1061, at ten o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room in th« court house ID Winona, Minnesota, and that nolle* hereof bt given by publication of thlB order in The Winona Republican-Herald and by mailed notice iw provided by lav, Dated May llth. 1951. LEO F. MURPHY, ProbaU Judge. (Probate Court Seal) fl. D. J. Bnukl. AUcraa (ac PotlUaur. , FOB Individual designed foundation garment see or call your Spencer deaUr Mrs Ann Rennensy. Ml Jobnion. TUo- phone teat or 7104. KEEP YOUR* SERVICEMAN Up To Date On Local News Send him THE BEPUBUCAN-HERALD One year ...,,.,.....$11.00 Six months ...,,..-..,,.. 6.00 Three month! ............ 3.25 One month 1.20 Write Subscription Department or Telephone 3321. The Winona Republican-Herald Recreation WHAT TO DO WHERE TO SO for Your Entertainment and After the'Shew DALE SIMON$ and tc* MINNESOTA HILLBILLIES Saturday, May 19, Fariniult, Minn. * Friday, May 25, WymttJille. Saturday, Uay 31, NellsvUle. Sunday, Uay-97, 81»by's Earn, Arcidii H«lp Wanted--Foirul* DRAIN LAYIHO -- CeMpoo!, elt. C. Willlims Telephone 885S after 3 p. m. WAITRE6-- Wanted for day work. ApplJ Kewpee Lunch, 151 E. Third Bt. ANITATION SERVICE--Cesspool and irp- tic tank cleaning. Prompt, efficient «erv- ice. Fret Inspection. Experienced men and modern equipment for city or country. call or write Edw. L. Warthan, RouU 3. Winona. Telephone 96T. IANO TUNING * REPAIRING--Donald J. Clssldy, certified piano technician, 543 West 8th Street. Telephone 8884. rLOOK SANDING AND RE1TNISH1NQ Telephone 3TD8 for estimate. JAMES A. KANOEL, BUOAB LOAP. Cleaning, Laundtrlng 15 IT DOESN'T COST . . . It pays to have your clothes laundered »t -Schaffer's Dry Cleaning .. Telephone 2888 Moving, Trucking, Storaga 19 OKNXRAZ. HAULDJO--A»hes and rubbish. You call, w« haul. By contract, a day, week, month. Telephone 8»13. ABHEB AND iTOBBIBH HATJUMO DAVID BCHEWE Telephone 1894. "Moving Mad* Baiy br Mayflower" Local and Coait to Coast Servlct. HODGINS TRANSFER CO. Moving--Storage--Drayage Telephone Kt3 for Pree Estimate Plumbing, Roofing 21 TOU GOOD, Attractive, Economical Hoofing and tiding, carefully applied, telt- phone Roy Stuhr. S-U30 or J73. Tree thorough .estimates. POB YOOR PLUMBING AND HEATING HEEDS Iff JERRY'S PLUMBING SERVICE, 87» E. Seventh. Telephone «3«4. BOTHERED WITH HOOTS In your sewer) W« clean them with electric root eutter Sanitary Plumbing and Heatlnc Co., 1M gast Third. Telephone 873T. Professional S«rvie.i 22 NOTICE--DR, BOBBINS NEW OPP1CB IT W. Broadway Telephone 8967. Radio Sarvico 23 i NEW J.KA8B on lift for your radio 01 combination. Expert repair sortie*. H. Choati Co. Telephone 2171. Halp Wantad--Femala 26 LIGHT HOUSEWORK--and c«re of oni child. Mornings only. Writ* Q-33 Repub llcan-Herald. ,,___SUMMER WORK--PUlng, typing, mlmeo graphing. Good «rttln« cendltloos. Ap ply McConnon and Co., 328 E. Third Bt LUNCH ROOM--Girl or woman wanted Nights. West Bnd Lunch, 1005 W. Fifth St. WAITRESS WANTED--all daytime work Apply In per»on Red OT! ttore. OFFICE omL-wanted. Part tun». Ap ply ED8TROM MUSIC STORE. WAITRESS - wanted. AVi Bteak Chicken Inn. 1M East Third Bt. ana 26 GIRL WANTED for rENERAL OFFICE WORK Apply SCHAFFER'S LAUNDRY 164 W. Third Stenographer WANTED Apply FIBERITE CORP. 516 West Fourth St. SIDEWALK LAYING, cement block laying, chimney building. Inquire 230 East Third or 1D37 East Fifth. 9141. Telephone 5290 or Butinoss Opportunitia* 3T WHEN YOU BUY A CAFE you want the location, good fixtures and equipment and a spot that is popular with the general public. We have one that meets those requirements. Ask us to show It to you. C-141. ABTS REALTORS, 1S» Walnut St. HOTEL AND TAVERN in Minnesota. OtT- sile liquor. Will sell equipment and rent the building. WALTER LAWRENZ, 211 E. Mark St. M.OO MR HXAD FOR rODB den) rtoek. Horm and ·**· with coed hide*. Wtnona Ixebaagt dial · and ask lor Emlth M* (n* ton enariMi oi Ruinford M MllMt Chat. tlild Rradtrtnt Co. OX HORSES WANTED--To* cask paid (or yout [oa nonw. Call wltoet. Black Hlter ralla. WU- 13-F-14. UAJUi Fox Farm. Farm Implamantt, HarnMs 48 "CUB"--International traitor plow, cultivator and mower: model O Allls Chal. men traetor and mower. Bit discount. Jackson Bros. Garage, Mlrldean, P.O. _Box. Rock Fall». Wia. TRACTOR CULTIVATORS--1 used McCor- mlek-Deering H or M'a. With pumps. 1 used Allln Chalmers tractor cultivator with lift. All in good condition. Peterson Implement Co., Whitehall. Wis. TRACTOR MAO~NETCrsALlF8 SERVICE --Briggs and Stratton engines, used 1 h.p.; IK; P.: 3 b.p. and « h.p. AuM Electric, 118 Main St. Telephen« »45». BLACKSMITH SHOP and block building, (temporary house). In Arcadia, Wis. Ben Jilk, Arcadia. WIs. SEE CY SMITH at the Winona Motor Co. for new Chevrolet can and trucks and "OK" used cars. CAFE--with beer license. Fully equipped. Best location In town. Excellent tourist trade with nearby Niagara cave. Small down payment. Leland A. Johnson, owner, Harmony. Minn. ^ DAIRY CREME--You may now hive a franchise for "Dairy Creme." A dell- clous frosen confection. Building may also be had for Drive-in. Writ* "Dairy Creme," 701 East Park Drive. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Halp Wantad--Mala 27 DISHWASHER -- Al's steak and Chicken Inn, 128 E. Third St. FARM WORK--Married man wanted to assist with farm work and trucking. Separate house furnished. Write G-19 Republican-Herald giving references, wages expected and date available. YARD MAN--Wanted. Telephone 1017. GREENHOUSE WORK--Man wanted. Apply West End Greenhouse. 802 W. King St. FARM HELP--Wanted. Boy, 18 years or older. Doesn't need much experience. Olenn Schuman. Oalesvllle, WIs. Telephone Oalesvllle 22-F-ll. DIRECT GASOLINE STATION--For rent. $3.000 will handle. Write Q-1I Republican-Herald. C.B.Q. CORN PLANTER with chect wire. Running condition. $16 takes It Kloetzke Implement Co. U3 Walnut. JOHN DEERE HORSiTjHAWM, M», cor* planter, with third wheel and checi wire In good condition. Kloetlkt Implement Co. 103 Walnut. GROCERY STORE -- With fixtures. On Highway. Good going business. Comfortable Jour room living quarters. Cash deal plus Inventory. Write O-11 Republican-Herald. TAVERN FOR RENT FULLY EQUIPPED Inquire PAUL GRIESEL Elgin Hotel Winona, Minn. MOW-MASTER--The power lawn nowei that cuts weeds, tall gra«s. lt»Tt§ youl lawn velvetly smooth Driven with t 2V horse motor and handles like · dream. For a demonstration, telephonl 50«5. or write Winona Fire » Powel Equipment Co., 1203 W. FourtB «t., Wl- nona, Minn. FARMERS Have your disc and disc plows sharpened on your firm. Contact RAY TEWS 466' = West Sixth Telephone 7113 Money to Loan 40 TOUNO MARRIED MAN--for steady all around Job. Lots of driving. Write O-M Republican-Herald. LIGHT FARM WORK--Dependable boy Wanted for summer. Near Winona. Contact Clarence Busch, Rt. 3, Wlnona. WOOD Fred nona. CUTTING--Man wanted. Apply Sranz. East Burnt Valler, Wl- TBRRITORIE8 OPEN for our established quality family clothing line. High commission earnings from start. Be own boss, selling full time, direct to consumer. Car needed. Write lor details or Interview with state salesman- ager. Great Likes woolen Co., Duluth, Minn. MANUFACTURER--with national distribution of over 40 feeds and sanitation products wants field manager for southeastern Minnesota. Must have some knowledge of livestock nutrition. Apply by letter giving full particulars. P.O. Box 1230, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. WE HAVE AN OPENING for an experienced roofing salesman to represent us In Winona territory. This Is an exceptional opportunity to make a lot of money and a chance for advancement to a branch manager to the right man who Is not afraid of work. Opportunities like this are scarce. Write Becker Roofing Co. P. O. Box 751 La crosse, Wis. for interview. MODERN HEATED APARTMENT -- for elderly couple, or couple with teenage boy. to assist part time with hatchery and chicken broiler work. Contact Ed Borreson, Ettrlck, WIs. (Frenchville) AN ESSENTIAL food Industry. Will train one man immediately, for the permanent ·ales staff, Wabuha territory. We furnish car. pay necessary operating expenses. High earnings, retirement plan, Ufa and bospltalizatlon Insurance, paid vacations. State qualifications In tint letter. Write E-«S Republican-Herald. UPHOLSTERER--Wanted. Versed In all phases of upholstery. Good wages. Steady work. Replies confidential. Writo Box 43, Rochester, Minn. _ -- Woman wanted to y store. Full or part time. Store "hours I to « p. m. Inquire Wle- ciorek's Market. »J« Bast Eighth at. DISHWASHER--Wanted, tel Winona. Apply Ch«f. Ho- EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED for week end work. Apply »t Steak Shop. 135 Main. WAITRESS -- wanted. Part time. For night work. Inquire Kiwpeo Lunch, 15' But Third St. WAITRESS WANTED--for parttlmi night work. Apply In p»ra*o. Williama Hotel. in West Third. GENERAL OFFICE WORK--Olrl wanted. Apply In person. Valltj Wholesalers, Inc., 330 B. Third St. EXPERIENCED SALES CLERK -have opinlngs In our organisation (Its. Apply Ward. J lrl. Good salary. Insurance bene- MtCato, Uontgomari alert, Hfnuivo ·*!*· « lr vacation with pay and Insurant bene 2 SALES CLERKS ' 1 for part time and 1 for full time. Over 25 years of age. Apply SEARS ORDER OFFICE 128 E. Third St. THE SMART PLACE TO GO It B» ··HnnUman Room" M th» fit*** Shop TBS Ideal spot for your out hmcheon 01 dinner. Good food. Attrautlvslr prtead Larro BTOUM welcome. Auto Service, Repairing "JO ALIGNMENT SPECIALISTS Auto or truck wheel, axle, frame and hub straightening. High speed wheel balancing. Front end rebushing immediate service. BEE LINE SERVICE Metal Bldg., at Bridge, 2nd St TELEPHONE TOUR WANT AD» TO THB REPUBLICAN-BBRALO Dial 3U1 for an Ad Taka* SALES PEOPLE for Lingerie, ladies' sportswear, underwear. Experience preferred. Ages 19-35. W. T. GRANT CO. Telephone Your Want Ads to The Republican-Herald. Dial 8822 for an Ad Taker TERMINAL MANAGER WANTED. Would prefer man with supervisory experience and some knowledge of office procedure. Salary open. Telephone 2703 Chauffeurs Wanted ROYAL CAB CO. PERSONAL WJIAHC3 CO. Over Kresgt'i Dlmt Eton. Telcpaoni 3341 Ucn.-Frt.Yoo to »:oo; Sat,-S:!X) to 1:00 Lie. Under Ulnn. smajl Loan Aet I /^\ A IV IC ED LXJ Al NO LOAN CO. Licensed under Ulnn., small loan met. FLAM KOTE -- AUTO -- FURNTTDRll 110 East Third Bt. Telephoci »W_ QUICK MONEY--on any articles of ralua at Neumann's Bargain Store, 121 E. Second St. Telephone MOt. FARM OR CITY real e«tat« loina. Joritaa Agency, 121 West Second. Telephone 1240. Payments Ufca rent. Dogs, Pets, Supplies FREE FOR GOOD HOME--Male Collie, country preferred. Telephone 677. Horses, Cattle, Stock 43 FEEDER PIOS--31, ten months old. Alrin Ilroxek, between Dodge and Marshland, on county F. FEEDER PIOS -- 10. average weight « pounds. Also some small ones. Gerald Xronebusch, Altura. Minn. SORREL MARE--10 years old; Spotted Poland china boar; g ft. windmill wheel. Norral Banden, Utlca, Minn. 60 PIOS -- Weaned and castrated. Nine week! old. Uniform slie. t!9. Rlldebrand Bros., 7 miles north of St. Chorlea on Highway 74. HEREFORD BULLS -- Three. Purebred From registered Hereford Sin S: purebred Hereford Daml. Serviceable age. 1300 apiece. Glenn Tyaon, Plalnview, Minn. On the Flalnvlew-Weaver road. HOLSTEIN BULL--Servlcable age. Kloet- «ke Implement Co., 1»3 Walnut it. BROOD SOWS--B, to lirrow soon. Herbert Spelti. Mlnnelska. HAMPSHIRE PIGS -- Purebred, 59. From six to eight weeks old. Emery Blelefeldt, Alma, Wis. BROWN 8WIS8 -- Bull, registered. Two years old. Walter Klein, Rt. 3, Caledonia, Minn. SADDLE HORSE and PONY SALE Sunday, May 20 1:00 P. M. Chatfield, Minn. Sponsored by The Chatfield Saddle Club Poultry, Eggs, Supplies 44 PULLETS-- M to 71 White Rocks, 13 weeks old; 125 to 13S White Rocks, * week! old; also some baby chlckl still available for end of May and June delivery. 8IEWERT HATCHERY, Cochrane, WIs. Telephone lot. EXPERIENCED MECHANIC WANTED AT ONCE Apply NYSTROM MOTORS 315 E. Third St. Help--Male or Female 28 WORKERS WANTED MEN Factory Laborers Auto Mechanics Railroad Workers Pharmacist Swimming Instructor WOMEN Stenographers Pharmacist Waitresses Comptqmeter Operator -- also -various other openings MINNESOTA STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 68 West Fourth Street Winona, Minnesota GENGLER'S QUALITY CHICKS Day old acd started. U. S. Approved and Pullorum controlled. BOOK YOTTR OBDEB TODAY South Side Hatchery, Inc. Caledonia, Minn. Telephone 93 USED TRACTORS · John Deere Model A, '3T model Excellent condition. · John Deere G. F. on iteel wheels · McCormick - Deeiing Farm- all regular, in very good shape. · A11U - Chalmers WC with cultivator. Ready to (o. We are staying open on Friday nights for the rest of the summer. F. A. KRAUSE CO. "Where Farmers Meet Their Friends" New Gehl Forage Harvester with power take off. Complete with hay and corn attachment and blower. Also wagon sets and power'unloading units. Used Geh! Forage harvester with Continental motor. Complete with hay and corn attachment and blower. Two years old. Seifert Motor and Implement Co. Utica, Minn. Speltz Pullets and Chicks LAST CALL FOR PULLETS AND CHICKS SPECIAL LOW PRICES Will have two hatches weekly through Hay and Our Last Hatch June 6 Day old chicks ready every Monday and Thursday Started pullets and chicks are in our brooder rooms in Winona, Corner Second and Center. Sta. THE HATCHERY ON THE CORNER. SPELTZ CHICK HATCHERY Telephone Winona »10 Rollingstone, Minn. Also DcKalb Hybrid Seed com. Early 85 day to 122 day maturity. LO-LOAD WAGONS Built extra heavy and strong to give you a greater margin of safety for plus toads, for field loads at tractor speed. HEAVY DUTY LO-LOAD (4 ton capacity) $134.50 LO-LOAD JUNIORS (3 ton capacity) $107.95 Montgomery Ward ft Co. 109 E. Third St. Winona Fwtiliimr, Sod BLACK DntT -- Best dirt mean eta tmr. Inqulrt M3 fait Bocenil. ToUphono 117*. BLACK DIRT--AIM baek tUllac, uh UMl rubbUn naullni. T«l«phon» lit*. Land 0''Lakes Fertilizer We have the following analysis in stock for corn. · 4 - 16 - 16 · 4 - 1 6 - 8 · 4 - 1 2 - 2 4 · 4 - 24 - 12 Land 0' Lakes Creameries, Inc. 2nd fc Main St. _ Wi

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