Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 28, 1971 · Page 10
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Estherville, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1971
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ADVERTISE ODDS AND ENDS HERE! iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiniiiiiiii Form 7 For Sale 10 Automotive 11 •AILY NEWS tMIIHIIIHIIIMIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIMMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII J 59 TUESDAY, D . n DECEMBER 28, 1971 rage 1U 1 or 2 days 10c per word Three days 13c per word Pour days ......16c per word Five days 19c per word Each added day ... 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are for consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. $1.00 service charge if replies are taken by Daily News office. : Display: 1 day per inch $1.50; each additional day, per inch $1.25; minimum display 2 inches. : Classified ad users should check their advertisements the first issue they appear, and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first issue. John Deere Snowmobile Headquarters. Sales and Service. Snowmobile clothing and accessories: Now on display. J. D. WEBB, IMPL. 1020 6th Ave. S. Phone 362-3461 59-2-7 Real Estate 8 Entertainment 1 V. F. W. Members and their guests. SPECIAL Steak Wight Thur., Dec. 30 Serving 6:00 to 10:00 P.M. $1.95 EACH POST 3388 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 59 -i-H Help WantedToMS2 SING AULD LANG SYNE in the family room of this lovely three bedroom split level home. Vacant—take possession immediately. Financing available. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 362-2123 Vernon Clark 362-2346 Howard Croner Clair Bringle Gloide Tostenson Salesmen 58-3-8 NEW LISTING North 6th Street. Three bedrooms (one downstairs). Living room, dining room carpeted. Kitchen with table space. Step saving utility room just off kitchen. Two car garage. $11,000. Your call invited. TIMMINS AGENCY, REALTORS 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 Multiple Listing Service 58-3-8 NEW LISTING Two bedroom home LR, DR, kitchen, bath, enclosed porch, garage, close in. A good buy at $7,900. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Multiple Listing Service 362-4723 362-4820 Harold Shugart, Salesman 2-5474 Dennis Ridout, Salesman 2-3137 58-3-8 FOR SALE One owner, one bedroom home. 1209 1st Avenue North. HELEN PETERSON AGENCY Office 362-2220 Res 362-2901 Ken Kollasch Dennis Essing 362-5190 859-3996 55-tf-8 FOR SALE: Westinghouse Electric dryer with cable and exhaust pipe. Portable television. Two platform rockers. Dehumidifier. Five oak kitchen chairs. Other household items. Mrs. Ruth Brown. 59-2-10 PRE-INVENTORY SALE: Men's wool suits, topcoats, wool slacks, winter jackets drastically reduced. McADAMS' 59-1-10 See the new Mix 'N Match terry s, plain & fancy patterns. Beautiful colors. Toaster & blender covers with other kitchen accessories to match at McCLEARY'S 57-3-10 Prevent Injuries and overwork. Use safe no-ice on sidewalks 100 lb. drum $14.95, 40 lb. bag $5.95. Call or seeSherburn Paint Corp., Sherburn, Minn. Phone 507-764-7032. 58-2x-10 CLEARANCE SALE After Christmas Clearance Sale now in progress. Savings from 20 per cent to 50 per cent in all departments. CHRIS TENSEN'S 58-5-10 "Iowaris who love Iowa love THE IOWAN, Iowa's Own Magazine explores' towa with fascinating articles and beautiful color pictures in one of America's highest quality publications. Issued quarterly by seasons for $7 a year I (special price) "with money-backt guarantee for full amount if not, delighted by all issues. Order; from THE IOWAN, Box 130M, Shenandoah, Iowa 51601" 216-tt-10; Enjoy Variety In Your Work Enjoy working in the country. Enjoy security of base salary with solid company plus bonus commission. Fringe benefits. Advancement opportunity. Accept training at company expense. We have career posi- -iions open in your area. For information call Mr. Roper sollect at 612-929-1600 week- ; ys 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. |r write ; HOME FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION gP.O. BOX 24024, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 55424 58-5-2' Who Does It Jobs Wanted 3 WANTED: Upholstery to do in niy home. Superior 858-2245. : 58-2x-3 For Rent 5 FOR RENT: Three bedroom modern home. Four miles from Estherville. Available January .1st. George Chipman, 362-2946. 59-3x-5 FOR RENT: Sleeping room, Skyline Motel 362-2618. 128-tf-5 We have 10-15-25 pound machines metered at 20-30-35 and 50c. Save soap, time and money with larger loads. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 59-1-9 Custom clothes — fitting and 1 designing. Especially for you.; 362-5469. Norma Schmeling. 215-tf-9 Plumbing — Remodeling— Roof-! ing. No job too small. 362-5415.^ KWK REPAIR SERVICE 103-tf-9 YOU WILL LIKE THE COURTEOUS ' 'TREATMENT* 1 you get "Try is and see" PARIS CLEANERS Phone 362-3314 FREE pickup and delivery 57-3-9 Custom made aluminum windows, doors and awnings. 362-Z548. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB" 133-tf-9, Notices Free introduction offer. One room carpet shampoo. Authorized Kirby vacuums, sales and CM| A service. Where service isaplea- ' ~**H> sure. Call anytime. Fay L. Mann, Sr. 1225'/ 2 Central Avenue, or write P. O. Box 352, Estherville, Iowa. 712-362-2124. 58-5-6 INCOME TAX PREPARATION DAY, EVENING or WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS AT Higgins Accounting 220 NORTH 6TH ST. OR YOUR HOME CALL 362-5277 DAYS, 362-2362 EVENINGS 53-tf-9 10 Fast Well Drilling and Pump" Eepair. CLIFF'S WELL SERV-. JCE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Arm- istrong. 141-tf-6, THE proven carpet cleaner. Rug- Mate is easy on the budget. Restores forgotten colors. Rent Electric Shampooer. $1. JOYCE LUMBER CO. 58-2-6 P & G CLEANERS ONE DAY SERVICE Phone 362-2449 238-tf-6 Farm Special new waiver of finance on all new and used combines until September of 1972. Make a deal now at 1971 prices, yet you get 1972 terms at E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 59-2-7 USED TRACTORS 1850 Oliver 77 Oliver 1030 Case 841 CK Case 801 Case B & B IMPL. 58-2-7 John Deere walk-behind snow blowers. Second to none. J. D. WEBB, IMPL. 1020 6th Ave. S. Phone 362-3461 58-2-7 PREVIEW 1972 SNOWMOBILES All Sizes Available FREE COFFEE and DONUTS Wed. Dec. 29 and Thurs. Dec 30 362-3557 58-3-10 PIANOS AND ORGANS Over 100 new and used pianos, large stock of new organs and 20 rebuilt used organs. All on special now! Visit or call our new facilities. Petersen Piano and Organ' Co., Dunnell, Minn. 28 years in business. Convenient terms. Open evenings by appointment. 56-tf-10 FOR SALE: Available now. Famous 21" Toro Snowpup. Free demonstration. '72 models $139.95. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 58-2-10 F~OR SALE: 8V2 x 11 typing paper. Ream of 500sheets. $1.35. Daily News Office. 251-tf-lQ. Inventory Clearance Sale On Entire Stock PIANOS New & Used KRAFFT MUSIC, INC. Estherville & Spencer 58-2-10 FOR SALE: 1965 Chevrolet. 2- door hardtop. Mag wheels. Stereo tape. Red with white interior. Single snowmobile trailer. 3623816 during day. Ask for Ron. 59 -2X -11 FOR SALE: 1970 Volkswagon. Good condition. 362-5329. 59 -5X -11 FOR SALE: 1968 Volkswagon. In good condition. 859-3732, Graettinger. 59-4x-ll FOR SALE: 1968 GTO. Green ana white. Air conditioning. Power steering, power brakes. 1962 Pontiac Station Wagon. Runs real good. 362-3816 during day. Ask for Ron. 59-2x-li FOR SALE: 1970 Plymouth Fury m. 4-door. Air conditioned. New snow tires. Good condition. Telephone 362-2673. 54-7X-11 FOR SALE; Jeep pickup with hydraulic dozer blade. Call 695-, 2743 Dunnell, The Creamery or 847-2621 Jackson. 44-tf-ll FOR SALE: Two good used H78x 15 white wall studded snow tires with new tire guarantee. Excellent tread. Used only a few thousand miles. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 58 -2 -11 Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 FOR YOUR WIRING NEEDS— Farm, Commercial and Industrial-call 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 59-1-12 Don't do it yourself! To be sure of adequate wiring or electric Installations, call on us. We sell, we service, we install, we guarantee. HEIDKE ELECTRIC CO., INC. 59 -2 -12 Commercial - Farm-Residential Wiring. Garry's Electric. 3622590. Garry Culbertson. 58-3-12 Lost And Found 16 LOST: Black Labrador pup wearing collar. Last week. Reward offered. Phone 362-5645. 58-3x-16 Mobile Homes 24 For Mobile homes contact BUr- rell Oil Co. Inc. Estherville, Iowa. 51-tf-24 A-/ USED CARS 1970 Ford Ranchero GT. V-8. P.S. Automatic. 1970 Ford Country Squire Wagon. P.S., P.B. Air. 1970 Maverick. 2-door. 6 cylinder. 3 speed. 1970 Javelin. 2-door hardtop. V-8. Automatic. P. S. and Disc brakes. 1970 Ford Galaxie 500. 4-door Sedan. P.S. & P.B. 1970 Mustang Convertible. P.S. & P.B. 1970 Buick Electra 225. 4-door. Loaded. 1970 Ford Galaxie. 4-door. P.S. P.B. Air. 1969 Chevrolet Impala. 4-door sedan. P.S. & P.B. Air. 1969 Ford Galaxie 500. 4-door hardtop. P.S. & P.B. Air. Vinyl roof. 1968 Mercury Montclair. 4 - door Sedan. Automatic. P.S. P.B. Air. Vinyl roof. 1968 Ford Falcon Futura. 2-door. 6-cylinder. 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass. 4-door sedan. P.S. 1966 Ford Country Squire. Automatic. P.S. 1966 Dodge Monaco. 4-door. V-8. Automatic. P.S. 1966 Ford Galaxie. 4-door Sedan. Two to choose from. 1966 Buick LeSabre. 2-door hardtop. Automatic. PS & PB. 1966 Chevrolet Impala. 4-door hardtop. P.S. & P.B. Vinyl roof. 1966 Mercury Monterey. 2-door hardtop. P.S. 1966 Ford Fairlane Squire 9 passenger wagon. 1966 Ford Country Sedan. P.S. & P.B. Air. 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne 4-door, 6 cylinder, stick. 1965 Ford Galaxie. 2-door hardtop. V-8 automatic. P.S. Two to choose from. 1965 Dodge. 2-door hardtop. V-8 automatic. P.S. 1965 Cadillac. 4-door sedan. Full power and airi 1965 Ford Galaxie. 4-door. P.S. 1965 Oldsmobile Delta 88. 2-door hardtop. P.S. & P.B. 1965 Bel Air. 4-door sedan. 1965 Mercury Park Lane. 4-door. P.S. & P.B. 1964 Plymouth. 4-door. V-8. Ford Galaxie. 2-door hardtop. V-8. 3 speed. Chevrolet Impala. 4-door. Ford Fairlane 4-door. V-8. Automatic. Ford Galaxie. 4-door. V-8. Automatic. P.S. Ford. 4-door. Make an offer. Chevrolet Bel Air. V-8. Automatic. Excellent condition. TRUCKS 1967 Dodge Window Van Custom Sportsman. V-8 Automatic. 1967 F100, 6-Cylinder 4 speed pick-up. SEVERAL OLDER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM GOOD NEW AND USED SNOWMOBILES 1970 Ski-doo Olympique. 399 cc. 1970 Moto Ski. MS18 493cc. 1966 Ski-doo Olympique 300cc. 1964 1964 1963 1963 1963 1958 FORD QUK 1/OICK Void, *)KC. ' Kord-V.trcury-Lincoln-Ford Trucks •OPEN 509 1st Ave. No., Estherville, Iowa Office 362-2695 'TILL 9:00 P.M. THURSDAYS FOR YOUR LATE SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. 59-l-H Too Late To Classify Graettinger, Ringsted Reach Holiday Tournament Finals Estherville Country Club New Year's Eve Party. Members only. Out-of-town guests welcome also. Buffet style dinner served between 8:00 and 11:30 p.m. Dancing and Noise Makers. $4 per person. 59-2-6 NOW! Register for a free wig. $35 value. No purchase necessary. At THE STYLIST. Open six days a week, Monday through Saturday; Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Phone 362-5528. Jerri Loe, Jan Matthes, Patti Berns. 53-3-6 FHA 235 Three bedroom, ranch style, one story new home. $200 down payment. Government helps you on your monthly payment. Call to see if you qualify on this program. BAKER REAL ESTATE 362-3230 362-2763 362-3490 362-3862 59-1-8 WANTED: FARMS: 80 acres or more, $200 per acre and up. We have clients looking for improved or unimproved farms. Call us if you have one for sale. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eves. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 56-3-8 FOR SALE: Zenith black and white TV. Like new. 362-5431. 59-4-10 FOR SALE: Johnson 437 cc snowmobile. Take over existing contract. 362-5565. 59-3-10 Sacred Records by The Lundstrom Team The Humbards George Beverly Shea Pat Boone Doug Oldham and many other artists. THE GOSPEL BOOKSTORE 59-1-10 r- Quotations ——— STOCK MARKET ... FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE (10 A.M. AVERAGES TUESDAY, 11 A.M. AVERAGES OTHER DAYS) REPRESENTATD7E STOCKS AT&T 45 Anaconda 14V2 Bethlehem Steel 30 Collins Radio 12% Chrysler 29V2 Ford 70V 2 Gen. Motors 39% Harvey Alum. 12% hit. Funeral 7% IBP 24% EL&P I8V4 D?&L 23% Leasco 21 MMM 131% Mobile Oil 53V 2 North. Nat. Gas 42% J. C. Penney 74Vg Rapid Amer 16% Reynolds fod 58% Rexall Drug 47% Sears 101% Texaco Ihc 33% United Brands 10% U. S. Steel 307 8 White Motor 24% Winnebago 47% OVER THE COUNTER Artsway 6%-7Vs Cencor, Inc 20-20% Fortuna 6V2-7 General United 2V 2 -2% General Growth 32-32% Hack Chem 32V 4 -33 mini Beef 6%-7 Kayot 8V4-9 Life Invest 23%-23% Payless Cashway ... 30%-31% Pennzoil Off. Gas 9%-10 Spencer Foods 12-12V2 Westgate 6V 2 -7 Younkers 27%-28% DOW JONES AVGS. up 1.28 Transportation up .17 Utilities up .48 Volume 4,410,000 Markets Are Steady At Morrell's 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $2.96 Corn No. 2 Yellow, easy Discount scale $1.04 New Oats 65c PRODUCE (Prices quoted below are for delivery at Estherville) Eggs, A large 19c Eggs, A medium 12c Eggs, B large 12c Eggs, undergrade 8c Eggs, A small 8c Eggs, No. 2 small 8c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers Hi Choice to Prime Quotable $34.50-$35.d0 Choice Steers . . . $34.00-$34.50 Good Steers .... $30.50-$31-50 Prime Heifers Quotable $33.50r$34.00 Choice Heifers .. $33.00-$33.50 HOGS 210 to 230 Base No. 3 Hogs $22.00 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $22.50 Superior No. 1 Hogs ... $23.00 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $21.50 Sows $17.75 Graettinger and Ringsted advanced to the finals of the Ringsted Holiday Basketball Tournament tonight by edging out victories over Armstrong and Mallard Monday night. In the first game Graettinger came from behind to clip Armstrong 68-56 and Ringsted was forced into overtime before nipping Mallard 65-64. Ringsted pulled out in front 14-12 at the end of the first quarter over Mallard, held a 35-22 lead at halftime and a 46-39 lead after three quarters before Mallard rallied to knot the score at 57-57 in the fourth quarter of play. Freshman Pam Preston capped a 26-point scoring performance with two free throws in the wan­ ning minutes of play to give the Great Dane lassies the victory. Rounding out the scoring for Ringsted were Janet Geesman with 21 and Susan Johnson with 18. Leading Mallard were Jeanelle Johnson with 44 points, Janet Rouse and Nancy Ulrich hitting 10 each. Ringsted coach Larry West cited his guard court of Debbie Cummins, Sally Miller and Jeanene Lund with playing a fine game and controlling the boards for Ringsted. In the first game, Armstrong pulled in front 18-10 at the end of the first quarto?, held a 3430 lead at halftime but Graettinger knotted the score 48-48 after three quarters. Connie Tuininga led Graettinger with 31 points, Barb Peterson had 24 and Joan Wikert scored 11. For Armstrong, Mary Wagner hit 25 points, Barb Clark. 20 and Paula Mayne 10. In the finals tonight, Armstrong will meet Mallard in the first game at 7 p.m. and Ringsted will tangle with Graettinger for the championship at .8:30 p.m. Drake, Iowa Clash Thursday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Drake and Iowa tuned up Monday night for their Thursday night clash in Iowa City, but in contrasting ways. Drake ended a three-game losing streak by zooming to a 123-95 victory oyer visiting Chicago State at Des Moines, while Iowa rallied in the final minutes to topple the touring Australian Nationals, 77-71, at Iowa City. "We needed a victory tonight badly," said Drake Coach Howard Stacey after the Bulldogs evened their record at 3-3. "We needed our confidence lifted and there is nothing like winning to do it." Drake struggled for the first 10 minutes against the college division Colonels, but then moved to a 63-56 halftime lead and pulled away in the second half. Leon Huff poured in a season's high 27 points and sophomores Larry Seger and Craig Davis added 15 each to lead the way for Drake. In all, six Drake players finished in double figures as Bob Whitley added 21, Cleo Kilgore 11 and Dennis Bell 10. "Davis and Seeger gave us fine games," noted Stacey, "but they both have played well the last two times out. I think they are really coming along." Huff, the only returning starter from last year's team, col- ASU Rally Dumps FSU In Fiesta TEMPE, Ariz. <AP) — Larry Jones, in his first year as head coach of the Florida State University football team, would have been happier if Monday's Fiesta Bowl had ended 34 seconds sooner. The score was 38-38 in the closing minutes. But with 34 seconds left on the clock, sophomore halfback Woody Green scored his third touchdown of the afternoon on a one-yard plunge to lead the Devils to the 45-38 victory. The game was actually tied four times, and the lead bounced back and forth eight times. ASU coach Frank Kush wasn't too pleased with the performance turned in by his def e n s 1 v e secondary, which allowed FSU to gain 361 yardi passing. "Our secondary didn't do a good job at all, but against a team like Florida State, I guess that happens," he said. Kush also felt that the Devils had "some lucky breaks." Gary Huff, the junior quarterback for Florida State, lived up to his regular season laurels as the nation's top offensive player by picking up a total of 386 yards, with 347 yards coming off 25 pass completions. For his efforts, Huff was named the game's Most Valuable Player on offense. Picking up the defensive honors was juior Ah You, defensive end for the Sun Devils. Ah You had two unassisted tackles and helped out on five others as he led ASU's defensive efforts. FSU's All-America wide receiver Rhett Dawson caught three passes for touchdowns as he continued to be the club's biggest scoring threat. Dawson scored the first one on a 14-yard pass from flanker Kent Gaydos, and the other two from Huff, one from 10 yards out and the other from 25 yards out. Kicker Frank Fontes picked up 12 points for FSU on three field goals and three conversions. Fontes had been ranked No. 8 in kick scoring during the regular season. Elsewhere Monday night, the South edged the North 7-6 in the Shrine Game at Miami. Florida's Tommy Durrance cracked over from a yard out in the fourth period for the tying touchdown and Tennessee's Bobby Majors booted the winning point, his first conversion attempt since high school. Mau- rle Daigneau of Northwestern tossed a one-yard pass to Iowa State's Bob Richardson in the second period for the North's touchdown but Duke's Ernie Jackson blocked the conversion try. lected 17 points and Seeger and Davis teamed 26 in the first half as the game was being decided. Opposition Coach Bob Griggas, who formerly coached at Parsons, paid tribute to Drake's effort. "They probably are one of the best major college teams I have seen," said Griggas. "Their record could be a lot better than it is, but they lost to some real fine teams." Robert Savage, a 5-foot-6 inch guard, led Chicago State with 38 points—just two shy of the Veterans Auditorium one-game record held by former Cincinnati great Oscar Robertson. Chicago State fell to 6-5. Iowa rolled to a 43-35 halftime lead but had to rally in the final seven minutes to gain the victory. "We showed some good points," said Iowa Coach Dick Schultz. "We handled a control game rather well and I thought we showed some offensive courage when we needed it in the second half." Guard Rock Williams fired in 21 points, Glenn Angelino added 16 and Harold Sullinger chipped in with 15 to lead Iowa. "We had good defensive efforts from a couple of players also," added Schultz, especially citing reserve forward Ken Grabinski. Neither team shot well. Iowa hit 39.7 per cent from the field, compared to 38.6 for the Australians, who dropped their, 10th straight game against Big Ten foes. Rocky Crosswhite had 18 points to lead the Australians. The game, witnessed by 2,000, does not count against Iowa's regular season record. Iowa takes a 3-4 record into the meeting Thursday with Drake. LEAGUE BOWLING MIXED LEAGUE SUNDAY Tailfeathers 38 22 3 Hits & A Miss 38 22 Go Getters 37 23 Invaders 24 36 Pin Chasers 24 36 Impossibles 24 36 High Team 3 Games Invaders 1924 Tailfeathers 1918 3 Hits'& A Miss ' '1794 1 High Team 1 Game, T . Invaders «•••••« " ,l %83 Tailfeathers 650 Tailfeathers 637 High Men's 3 Games Ray Enderson 562 Bill Tuttle 560 Harold Smith 546 High Men's 1 Game Bob Langfelt 220 Ray Enderson 212 Bill Tuttle 212 Chuck Whitacre 191 High Women's 3 Games Ethel Whitacre 452 Bev Smith 408 Donna Tuttle 405 High Women's 1 Game Bev Smith 175 Ethel Whitacre 167 Ardyce Enderson 162 Donna Tuttle 162 CLASSIC LEAGUE MONDAY Leighton Supply 50 14 KILR Radio 45 19 Datsun-Al's Auto 39 25 Tap Inn 34 30 E'ville Laundry 32 32 Highlander Club 29% 34V2 Blass Skelgas 29 35 Hy-Vee 23 41 Studs 5 2iy 2 42V2 Dalen's Impl. 17 47 High Team 3 Tap Inn Leighton Supply Dalen's Impl. High Team 1 Tap Inn Highlander Club Leighton Supply High Individual Bob Bothwell Butch Keeler Don Dammann High Individual Bob Bothwell Butch Keeler " Don Dammann Gene Strube Games 2690 2684 2528 Game 949 920 910 3 Games 626 618 615 1 Game - 251' 230 223 223 IMPERIALETTES LEAGUE MONDAY Phone-tas-tics Pizza King Hoye Rexall Arlene's Beauty Iowa Trust Hammond Oil Imperial Beauty Emmet Co. Bank Dave's Photo Clair's Variety High Team 3 Hoye Rexall Phone-tas-tics Hammond Oil 48 44 44 44 42 36 29 24 28 28 28 30 36 43 271/2 44% 23 49 211/2 50% Games 2095 2026 1982 High Team 1 Game Hoye Rexall 747 Hammond Oil 729 Phone-tas-tics 728 High Individual 3 Games Billie Beck 568 Sally Steil 518 Donna Brobst 477 High Individual 1 Game Billie Beck 197 Billie Beck 189 Donna Brobst 185 ACROSS 1. Bullock 6. Strong man 11. Recognized right 12. Coast 13. Ibsen drama (3 wds.) 15. Craving 16. Pitcher 17. French city 18. Foundation 21. Relaxing (2 wds.) 24. Forum garb 25. Figurehead (2 wds.) So that's how! (2 wds.) College in Kentucky 29."—Didn't Say Yes" 30. Fashion 31. By nature 32. Undercover agent 35. Punch and Judy 39. Set right 40. Fry a bit 41. Like a neglected garden 42. Abstinent DOWN 1. Tarry 2. Current 3. Kind of collar 4. Cloth measure of yore 5. Press statement 6. Pallid 7. Thursday's namesake 8. Baseball's Brock 9.Art(Lat.) 10. Comprehend 14. "Cob" delicacy (2 wds.) 17. Inverness, e.g. 18. Dash 19. Czech aaw ana ena Banna • Hsraaa river 20. Challenge 21. Bull sacred to Osiris %%. For shame! 23. Sword 24. Melody 26. Quality of an apple 30. Temperamental 31. Tie 32. Cigar butt I3HH aHaskiii. mw m Yesterday's Answer 33. Football's Rozelle 34. European river 35. Stomach; crop 36. Wooden core 37. Caddoan Indian 38. P. I. peasant 27, 28 /2-2S

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