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Adams County Free Press from Corning, Iowa • Page 5

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WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES ter Wwd i lUutmaat Service Cute Appl, Only en Ad. for Clawlfled 8 a. in CWlrVd We auk Jhe holders of $10.00 creamery certificates No. 30,800 to 30,900 to present these at the Creamery office for retirement. This scries will not draw interest after April 30.

1953. There are also several of the previous draws that have not been presented for payment. Please bring them in and get your check, these retired series no longer draw interest. have my Fflster seed corn here in my garage at 703 8th Street. I have corn.

Phone 218. James E. Waters. FOR SALE Sale--We have a nice home that the owner says sell. If you are interested, see P.

W. Hill. 24 For Sale--Modern house, basement, hot water. Haines Crosby, Prescott. For Sale--5-room house with V- acre of ground with fruit.

Call or see Nelson Smnlley, Gravity, evenings, Sate--Go-op corn shelter, new, 125 bu. capacity. Clifford Brown. Coming. Telephone 8P23.

Sate--Started chicks, straight ran and pullets all breeds. Lenox Hatchery Produce, Lenox, Iowa. 22tl For Sale--Pink formal, size 13. Also guitar. Phone 378J.

Far Sale--Boy's bicycle, excellent condition. C. O. Drennan, Mt. Etna.

For Sale--1941 Chevrolet Coach. A lot of good transportation. Priced to sell. DeVoe Tractor Co. 24 USED CARS PRICES SLASHED ON THESE CARS! Bed.

mi, extra nice, fmlly equipped. FfcetUne R. H. Overdrive. Just overhauled.

Will guarantee. cleaa. 1949--Chev. R. H.

HAVE A LOOK! 1343--Buick Dyne. R. 4: K. S5S5.0*. 19S2-Chev.

Z-dr. Power GlMe, R. H. 88 R. A H.

Hydra. 26.0M actual miks. 2-dr. Nicest car ever. Take a.

look PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT COME IN! CORNING MOTOR COMPANY Phone 540 Corning, Iowa 24 Tor Sale--Frigidalre electric stove. Phone 524, Corning. For Sale--Hand knitted dresses, one piece and two piece. Call 280 evenings. 23-24 FUNK'S Famous Hybrid Balanced, 5 star, bred In resistance, fast starting.

Insect, disease and druuth resistance and stand- ability. 1 hare eatra corn in early, and fell seawin maturity. Be sure and plant some Funk's season. I bare different for different sal) types, 15 years enerienee. Cstne In, talk rifftt number for year son.

Location block west cwnef fast Office la pared alley. Will be here Thursdays and Also every morning, nssn ar.d STeninj. Ptsass frt year seed early. Funk's better. Better plant Funk's.

For Sale--Two 14 in. high speed plow bottoms for Ford plow. Plowed about 80 acres. Paul P. Winkler, miles north of Corning.

For Vincent Sullivan, phone 376J, Corning. 24 FARMERS Tankage $95.00 ton CORNING RENDERING CO. 4 Phone- 24- FOR SALE W. MULLIN rtione 77 Corning, Iowa 22-25 For Sale--Dti you want Hint acreage now that spring is here. See W.

Hill. 24 Good (ring Cafe In Cresion, la. Modern, well equipped, 32, low overhead, a real money maker. Will sell for lots than one years net profit. For Sale--Boy's bicycic.

24 inch. Kcnnrlli Smart, Wllmarth Oil Station. For Sale--Boy's bicycle, good. J3.00. Sec Wes Mnlone, No.

Hiway 148. 24 For Sale 12F05. -Used plnno. Telephone For Sale--300 bu. corn, S1.25 bu.

Robert Nolle, io miles north of Coming. Investigate lale. this before It's too ELTON CAFE 2M N. Elm St. C'rexlan, Iowa 23-24 It's Here roeM modern country home, one mile west of Buiwille, phone 46P06, A.

P. O'Dowd. SANDERS Fw Flaon aa4 Cartotadt Finkbes KBVTED GAMBLE STOKE, Telephone 119 Cwatac For Beat--Modern apartment, in. Prefer adults. Phone 273.

Adams Street. Zttf Far Rent-- 120A bluegrass pasture. Good fences. Plenty of water. Also smaller pasture.

Thoti. J. Hard- Isty, Corning. For Rent--65 acres pasture. Chet Case, Nodaway.

For Rent For lady, furnished room with small kitchenette, close In. Call 365. 24 HELP WANTED MARRIED LADIES with car. Flexible hours, good pay. Write H.

B. Johnson, 506 South 40th, Omaha, 24 Wanted--Man to mow Prairie Rose cemetery. See Wayne Moore, President. 24 Wanted--Responsible party to assume monthly payments on spinet piano. Famous make, less than one yr.

old. Can be seen in this vicinity. Write Credit Manager. Critch- stt Piano 1408 Forest, Des Mo'nes. 24 WANTED Wanted Lawnmower sharpening.

Western Auto Store, Corning. 19tf Wanted--sheep shearing. Call or see Nelson Smalley, Gravity, evenings. 21-24- Wanted--Well boring. Harold Crisp, Brooks, la.

Wanted--Good used baby bed. Call 212-W. 24- plot. Art Keefe, phone 290, Coming. FARM LOAMS FEDERAL LAND BANK 40 yrs.

Int. Herb Honettc, Local Representatives: Floyd Cornlnc George Thoapann Corning Ivan Keatea Bradford Oulhler Prescott I am equipped to do your tiling and pipe line digging with an open ditcher. All kinds of dirt work, clearing, ponds and terracing. William Oearheart, Corning, Iowa, phone 293. igtf piss Ing 80 to 140 pounds for Serum Co.

Must be fresh from farm where raised. Call Col. Brown. Diagonal, Iowa or Homer F. Harsh, Creston.

22U MISCELLANEOUS Help yourself to bigger poultry profits and help the 4-H clubs In Prescott, Union and Carl town- chips by ordering your 1053 chicks through them. Prescott Hatchery. Prescott, Iowa. Cords of Thanks We Wish to thank an our friends, relatives and neichbors for the gifts, cattito MM! during our at the Rotary hospital. Also we to thank the hospital staff for the excellent care we received.

Mrs. MaJcobft Shipley and Thomas Alien. 24 We wish to thank all our friends, relatives and neighbors for their kind acts and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement in the death of our loving wife and mother. James Sullivan and Children. We wish to thank our neighbors their help in discing the stock ground and seeding the oats.

Your kindness is very much appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mattes and family. to thank my friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, letters and gifts I received during my illness.

They were very much appreciated Cella Anderson. NOTICK OK APPOINTXEMT fin tiff of (be a( Administratrix STATE OP IOWA, Adams No. 3SOZ NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN'. That the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified an Admin- istratrix of the estate of ALMA F. VAN WAQENEN deceased, late at AdttniH County.

A ll InileUt- cd to saSrt estate are requested to make immediate- payment; and those having 1 claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and fllo the office of the Clerk of the IXntrict Court L.17CY 1. HOMAN, Administratrix. Karl F. McClelland, latcd April 6th, Robert F. Swurtz, CJerk District Court 22-23-24 0V OK WILL, STATK-OF IOWA.

Ailiims County, No. 3SIJJ To Wham It Mmy 1 YCIU A mo inert 13 Tlmt mi I of i i iur- to lie this liim Will atiil Tost- of JOHN 1H.UJAN, deceased, i a i AugiiHt 117. 11)32, having been In day filed, opimod uiul ruiid, Tiie.siliiy 12Ui day or 1953, fixed for lirnof (if the Court i i i In hDri.rc Dlslvlct Court of snlil (Ji)unly, or Clerk of Courl: (mil ul oVInulc A. M. of thn duy aliovu nieiillDnvd ul! ptrHoiTH I are hereby notified ami i atirt show cause If any they Imvo' why I ho ro- Ijittinl uiul allmvuit UK iiml for the JUKI Will ami oC tiuid ilecensed.

at CornliiK, lown, April HOI1KHT K. HWAltTX, Clerk uf Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kemper ot Museatine spent Friday night, April 3, at the home of her uncle, Frank Kimpton, and wife. They left Saturday morning for Ft.

Riley, to visit their son, Paul, who is in the service there. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Beamer and children of near Gravity were Sunday visitors- In the Fred Shafar home. Mrs.

Dean Cerven and baby daughter, Patricia "Ann, returned to their home from the Municipal hospital In CInrlnda a week ago Thursday, April -2. Mrs. Jane Huss of Gravity is assisting Mrs, Bessie 'Barker with her work while she is from a recent illness. convalescing Miss Ruth Burright visited from Saturday evening until Monday morning with her friend. Norma Jean Kingery, in the Lester Corbin Mr.

and Mrs. Lester Corbin and Norma Jean, Ruth Burright, Leslie Orvul and Sharon Jackson went to Vtlllsca Sunday afternoon, where they went to call on Mrs. John HuldKn. Her husband passed away Friday night after a lingering ill- QUtNCY Mrs. WUImrd Olck ness of several months.

Leslie Orval, and Sharon Jackson spent Sunday afternoon and night at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Corbln, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie JftcJunn.

accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jackson of near Corning to that evening where they attended the Ice Follies. Mr: and Mrs. Bernard Johnston and children of Atlantic were Sunday visitors In the norental Merrill Leighton home.

Mrs. Willis Kimpton and children of New Market were Sunday dinner guests in the Prank Kimpton home. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Felix Horton of near Vil- llsca.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Corbin and Norma Jen attended the senior class play at Sharpstmrg Friday evening in which Mrs. Corbln's niece. Joanne Foster, had a part.

They also visited In the Dale Foster home with Capt. Keith Foster of the Air Gorps and his family from Vacavllle. who left for their home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.

Lloyd West and Mr. and Mrs. Frank West of Corning. and Mr. and Mrs.

Darrell Sollars and children of Bedford were Sunday guests In the May West home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlggs, Francis and Elzenc. spent Sunday in the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs.

Ray Wirth, and family of near Nodaway. Mr. anrt Mrs. Horace Nickcll and children of near Gravity and Mr. and Mrs.

Virgil Wiley and Maxiiic of near Nodaway were afternoon visitors in the Wlrth home also. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Corbin called at the Dale Foster home near SimrtJsbUrg Monday evening to see Mrs. Foster, who had Just returned home from the Doctor's hospital in Omalia Umt p.m.

She WHS feeling quite a lot better. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kimpton received the sad news last week that her aunt. Mrs.

Alice Kuss, of Potwin. had passed away. Slic Dr. John W. Cruise DENTIST -127 No.

Maple Street Telephone 106 Creston, la. WILS 103 years, fi months and 5 days! A ilef death. Thev niso rc-l Closed Thursday Afternoons All winter has made its exit! We want nrore wriniii. sunshine, and good days for outside work. Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Figging were supper guests Friday evening with their aunt, Mrs. Roberts. Bob Haley and Jack Haley called Friday on Mrs. Haley.

Relatives spent Sunday in the Perrln home. Mr. and Mrs. John Robisou enjoyed Sunday in the John Narigon home. Mr.

and Mrs. Max Kneller and family and Artene Roberts of Kansas City drove up Friday afternoon and spent the week end with Mrs. Roberts and other relatives and friends in Adams county. Our community wae saddened last Friday when word came here that Mr. Harry Sytnonds had passed The neighbors and friends offer sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones.

Funeral was held Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church In Corning and burin! at Victoria cemetery in Cass county. midst were By mends was such a bor and friend to all. Very many from our in attendance. Mr. good neigh- He was held In highest esteem.

Oerne Wilkle from Nebraska enjoyed the week end with his home folks. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith not been as well as usual. Re Improves again Just at present.

Mrs. Clifford Haley called Saturday on Sirs. Annie Haley. Mrs. Hatfleld entertained Mrs.

Haley all day Thursday. NORTH ADAMS Mary Sullivan April showers of snow flurries, freezes and cold breezes bring us May flowers. Makes- us wonder. Word of the death of Mrs. Jim Sullivan Sr, came Monday afternoon.

Funeral services were held Thursday morning at St. Timothy Catholic church. Sympathy is extended the family. Relatives from a tending the funeral distance at- of Mrs. Jim Sullivan were Mrs.

B. P. Flaherty, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meegan and Mary Agnes of Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Sullivan and Bernard Stuvlck of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. John Nissen of Cromwell.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Calkins visited Thursday in the Hugh Aiistcy ixo me. Mr. and Mrs.

Gene Amdor and family visited Sunday in the William Anstcy home and with other relatives. AtUadinf the KCCW meeting at wtre Mrs. Archie Arutey, Mrs. Hugh Anstey, Mrs. Anstey, Mrs.

Martin Sullivan, Mrs. Spray Mrs. Joe Moore, Julia Moore and Nellie Jennings. and Mrs. Joseph KliiiKen- smith ami Daughters viited her folks Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Amdor and son were Sunday visitors in the James Anstey home. Marjortc and Helen Moore spent the week end with home folks. Edward Cullen spent the week end with home folks.

Free Press ConUfif.b. Thwsday, April 23, As far as the Constitution Is concerned, a woman can be elected to Use U. S. Presidency. FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN.

1WM Iowa OFFICERS IOMU c. HIII J. arcrotary DIMKCTOHS Ditrtoo Trlyp Hugh Nodaway W. JKMM Nnarlce TM C. Mommmm Woltvt Arkvcklo CorMltiB Max Hockctt Lemos BETTER UflRIETfES BIGGER YIELDS FlflER FLflUOR EARL MAY SEEDS Gamble Store Corning, Iowa Voll.T ill Ihr u( A OK rOW A.

Adulutt sh. 3 SO I uc-ulh lived ut i in That Hi OI: IH i i timlcr.simn il has lu-en Bottled Gas--far cooking, water heating, regular 100 Ib. cylinders, $6.50. Midwest Refrigeration Service, Phone 444. 33 tf HOLLENBECK KAOIO A TELEVISION SERVICE of t-Hliitv nf lit-- crciihed, a A i i A i i i 1 1 i a io i i i i i i a ii.i.v i i a MKI.SI a i i i i i tianii! i i i i i i i i io fur a i i i mid i i i the nrrii-u of llii! of I i llyron I).

I A i i i i i I Cinu-l. 2 I Vaughn TindaJI. phone 485. Corn- I ing. FOES ALE Used Farm Equipment 2--194B Ford Tractors J--1046 Ford Tractor 1--1944 Ford Tractor 1--1948 AIHs Chalmers with cultivator and mower.

1--A. C. W. C. with cultivator.

1 Farmall--u real good one. 1-- F-12 with cultivator 1--2-12 LltUc CJeniiw plow, A-l. 1--2-14 Allh plow--food 4--Used Ford plows. Used Disc Mowers, DEVOE TRACTOR CO. "We Ttailc and Give Terms" Phone 660 Corning.

la. 24 For hen canaries. Bertha Nuviiis Brown. 24 for pnnikcct.s, idea! IIKC yellow color. Harry Thompson, 24 For Suli: or Trade--for lute mosU'I Jclii) tractor iinti cul- Llvnlor Phoni; S78-W.

CorniiiB. MOEWS SEED CORN Fur New and Old at Customers CORNING MOTOR CO. Corning, Iowa ROBERT VICTOR Fresco It, Iowa 22tf STOCK FOR SALE For Sale--Registered polled Hereford bull, one year old. R. Miller.

For Sale--Duroc and Tamworth cross gULs, to farrow In June and July, $25. per hundred. Pigs, $10 each. Marlon Wilson, Gravity phone. LOST and FOUND I.osl--About April 1, yearling Hol- stcin hcllVr with horns.

Bulfie Perrln. Corning. FOR RENT For Kent--1-rootn house. Modern except furnace. Also large work slum.

Hent with or without. Frank Late Model Hudson USED CARS lOMI--lluilMin P.UTnmXrr Srdun. Cirvni. Heater Radio Overdrive Hrnt 8 Blue Iwo-tone. Healer, Overhauled.

Si-dan. (Irrm lone. llpnUr, radio, vl.wir. Super fi S'lun. heatrr, radio.

cars are all In eitfllent anil fruaranlred. COULTER GARAGE 1U Carttag. I Paekonhnm. )honc 473W. Phone 684 Coining, la.

36tf machines repaired. for all makes. Contact Brown's Hardware. OAK HILL Mrs. L.

C. Corbll) ceived the news of 1 Clarence Rogers, who Louisiana. i I Visitors nt the Ernest Brown home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perdew of Gravity, Mr.

and I Mrs. Eric Rhine of Corning, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Archer and son of I near Lenox. Mr.

and Mrs. Dean Archer and son of Corning, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Palmer and Ruth of near Carbon. Stop Taking Harsh Drugs for Constipation End Dodrf I Rapto Last Week) The Aid society met ut the home ol Ethel Imel Wednesday.

April 8, i Tilting birth drags for I on puniib rot bruaJlr! Tbcir cnmpi and griping diirupc ooimal bowel tctioa, mtke tetl ia of m- pntcd doling. When 7011 fed eoatA' Try TRYPTACIN for relief of with Tlllie DeBoit as assistant hos- i excess gastric Acidity. Dunham tess. Devotions were in charge of Rexall Drug. Utf Letha Postcn.

A a Short bust- iies.v conducted by the prcs- idcnt. Jesiie Bccmcr. an enjoyable) entertainment WHS given by Feme nccmcr. One visitor. Ledn Imcl.

of SlmrpsburK. was prcucnt. An Easter dessert and coffee was served by the hostess and her helper. The next meeting Is to be held nt the home ot Tiilie on Weunes- FARMERS AHENT1ON! We have scrums and vaccines under refrigermthMt kept at proper all latest anUMvUcs to treat SCOURS, SlIirriNO FEVER, A I TIS, PNEUMONIA, ETC. lu an4 cee our complete line.

DUNHAM REXALL DRUG COilNING. IOWA Mtr ANN DELAFIELD--Yes, we have The Ann Ilclarield Rcdurlnc Program. Start today to lose Ihut excess weight. Dunhutn Rcxull DritK. Mtf Unlucky "13" Thirteen persons were injured in auto crashes on one week end rc- day.

May 13, as assistant. with Bessie Barker I ted. get mtk hot tm relist in Sjrrup Pepiio. It'i No bo hinh dnsn. Dr.

CaldwcU's conuini in exmct of Senna, oldest tad one of the finest Co medicine. Dt. OldwdTi Sceaa taxes good, bongs cbonMtk relief amftruth. Hdpi ycm gm regi-) kr, ends chronic doting. Bvca Mlicvca ftouractt briojtf.

Try the new Df. Moner if not utitfinl. Box 2SO, New York II, N. Y. QUONSET 24 This 24 ft.

wide building in additional lengths of 12 foot. The answer to your machinery and dairy housing problem. NODAWAY VALLEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Phone 4 Box 261 Corning, Iowa PIONEER I SEED CORN Those who have ordered Pioneer Hybrid corn, pick up at Scott's Produce Station on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Anyone else needing corn, we have plenty on hand, all varieties. M.O.

OLIVE, REPRESENTATIVE Notice TO THE PUBLIC! We wish to announce the of our body repair shop. Mr. Keith Fuelberth, just recently returned from military service, will be in charge of this department and will give you fast, efficient service. So whenever you are in need of body and fender work drop in or call. We will be glad to make an estimate.

COULTEJ? CABAGE Phone 1 1 3 Corning, Iowa 23tt cently. In Dallas county. Radiattr aai Tire A I O.K. TIRE SHOP Phone 41 Coming SALE OF Modern Home KNOWN AS THE OLD STODDARD PLACE and Nine Good Lois in Villisca, Iowa, on SATURDAY, MAY 2nd 1:30 p. m.

This house is all modern, on sewer, and has city water. Insulalcd, i oil furnace, fireplace, and an oversized hot walcr heater. Has been repainted and redecorated within the last 2 years. Hardwood floors in three rooms and an abundance of fruit trees and shrubs. This place will be shown any time betweecn now and sale date.

Call 3372 for an appointment. Place will be sold clear, 20 down on day of sale. Balance (o be paid on delivery of deed and abstract, on or before June 6, 1963, when possession will be given. Mr. 8 Mrs.

Everett Allen Auct. Adams County Auction Co. CORNING, IOWA THURSDAY, APRIL 23 1953 Commencing at Listed at this time, 10 good steers, wt. 475 7 W. F.

steers, wt. 600 3 head of W. F. and Shorthorn cows, five of them with calves at side; 3 straight-bred Hereford first calf heifers, heavy springers; Registered Hereford bull, 2 yrs. old and a sure breeder; Registered Polled Hereford bull, 5 yr.

old and a sure breeder. We will hove our usual run of all kinds of hogs and sheep. DeLaval electric cream separator, been used short time; 300 hedge line posts. ADAMS ITY AUCTION CO..

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