Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on December 31, 1971 · Page 6
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Estherville, Iowa
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Hot Idea For Cool Profits! iiMMiiiiiiHTiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiiiMiiiiimi • Notices 6 Who Does It 9 Automotive 11 AILY NEWS imiiiiiiiiiMmiiHiiMiimiHHtiHiMiiiiin \ 62 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1971 1 or 2 days 10c per word Three days 13c per word Four 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 Dally 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. On display at Green Acres Village, new 1972 model General mobile home. All skirted. Double insulated storm windows, high quality furniture. Burrell Oil Company, Inc. Estherville, Iowa. 62-7-6 FOR RENT: Soon. Nice three room furnished apartment. 3624386. 60-5-5 Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 Entertainment 1 DANCE Sat., Jan. 1 \Dick Egertson 9 s\ Band NO COVER CHARGE Members and Their Guests Kitchen Open 6:00 to 12:30 V. F. W. Post 3388 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 62-1-1 Help WantedToMS2 Job Wanted: Babysitting in your home. Call 362-4663. 62-5-2 WANTED: Teacher-aide for Emmet County Head Start Program at Estherville. Must be low income. Fringe benefits. Applications close Jan. 12, 1972. Contact: Morris Kirchhof, Head Start Director, Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. Emmetsburg, Iowa 50536. An equal opportunity employer. 61-2-2 HELP WANTED: Waiter or waitress. Apply in person. Majestic Cafe. 61-3-2 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 positions open in your area. For information call Mr. Roper collect at 612-929-1600 weekdays 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. or write HOME FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 24024, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 55424 58-5-2 WANTED Carrier Boys & Girls For Daily News and Estherville Shopper Routes APPLY IN PERSON New Year's Day- Football Special FREE PINT OF SLAW WITH EVERY 16 OR 20 PIECE TUB OF CHICKEN HOURS 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Phone 362-2100 THE VILLAGER 62-1-6 Try us for superior cleaning service at modest prices. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 62-1-9 YOU WILL LIKE OUR BEAUTIFUL FINISHING "TRY us and see" PARIS CLEANERS Phone 362-3314 FREE pickup and Delivery 60-3-9 Custom clothes — fitting and designing. Especially for you. 362-5469. Norma Schmeling. 215-tf-9 Plumbing — Remodeling— Roofing. No job too small. 362-5415. KWK REPAIR SERVICE 103-tf-9 Custom made aluminum windows, doors and awnings. 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 133-tf-9 FOR SALE: Two G70xl4 white wall used studded snow tires. Original tread. Used only 5,000 miles. Two for $39.95. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 62-1-11 FOR SALE: 1962 Rambler. Body and motor good. No Reverse. Make offer. Phone 362-5937 or 362-2365. 61-2-11 FOR SALE: 1970 Volkswagon. Good condition. 362-5329. 59 -5X -11 FOR SALE: 1960 Rambler wagon. '72 license paid. Maurice Origer 362-5405. 60 -3X -11 For Sale 10 farm FOR SALE: Used Ski-Daddler, 23V2 horsepower. J. D. WEBB IMPLEMENT 61-2-7 FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc January Boar. Tested herd. Proven. 362-4795. 60-3-7 Need a new or good used tractor? Stop now and see the selection at Estherville Impl. Co. Buy now at 1971 prices and get free waiver of finance until March 1, 1972 at E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 61-2-7 Real Estate 8 Start the New Year with a good Devotional Book. We have them for every age. THE GOSPEL BOOKSTORE 62-1-10 SALE: Our entire stock of men's wool sport coats. $9.88, $14.88, $19.88, $24.88, $29.88. Mc ADAMS' 62-1-10 CLEARANCE SALE: Now in progress. Save 25 per cent to 50 per cent on all items. Sportswear, sleepwear, coats, fabrics, infants and children's clothing. McCLEARY'S 60-3-1Q "Iowans who love Iowa love THE IOWAN, Iowa's Own Magazine explores Iowa with fascinating articles and beautiful color pictures in one of America's highest quality publications. Issued quarterly by seasons for $7 a year (special price) with money- back guarantee for full amount if not delighted by all issues. Order from THE IOWAN, FOR SALE: Jeep pickup with hydraulic dozer blade. Call 6952743 Dunnell, The Creamery or 847-2621 Jackson. 44-tf-ll FOR SALE: 1968 Volkswagon. In good condition. 859-3732, Graettinger. 59-4x-ll BRADSHAW & SHORT WE'VE SOLD ALL OUR ['SPECIALS OF THE WEEK' THEY MUST BE GOOD! WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE NEW BARGAIN OF THE WEEK. BUICK - CHEVROLET "Your True Mileage Dealer." 62-1-11 NO PHONE CALLS 61-3-2 For Rent 5 FOR RENT: Sleeping room, Skyline Motel 362-2618. 128-tf-5 FOR RENT: Need extra storage space? Large, dry basement available now in downtown Estherville business district. Elevator. Write "B", Box 57, Estherville, Iowa 51334. 61-tf-5 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. TDMMINS AGENCY, REALTORS 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 Multiple Listing Service 61-2-8 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 The pleasure is yours. Newer four bedroom split foyer home. Terrific family room. Two full baths. Lots of closets. Double garage, and much, much more. A real family home. Call us today for an appointment to see. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eves. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 60-3-8 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT with this new split foyer, all carpeted home in northeast location. Good family home with large living room, three bedrooms, one and one half baths, family room and many other extras. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 362-2123 Vernon Clark 362-2346 Howard Croner Claire Bringle Gloide Tostenson Salesmen _ 6J-W5 DON'T PAY RENT when you can buy this four bedroom older home. Four bedrooms with closets. Living room 13.6'x20'. Carpet in living room and dining room. Kitchen 15' x 16'. Even has a large garage. BAKER REAL ESTATE Office 362-3230 Res. 362-2763 Salesmen— Beulah Hassel 2-3490 Sylvester Henely 2-3862 60-3-8 FOR SALE Two bedroom home. 800 block of North 6th Street, LR, DR, kitchen bath and garage. Priced to sell at $7,900. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE 362-4723 362-4820 Harold Shugart, Salesman 2-5474 Dennis Ridout, Salesman 2-3137 61-2-8 130M, Shenandoah, Iowa 51601. 216-tf-10 FOR SALE: 634 CC Rupp snowmobile. In good condition. Call 867-2450. eo -^x -io for estimates. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 62-1-12 FOR SALE: Zenith white TV. Like new black and 362-5431. 59-4-10 CLEARANCE SALE After Christmas Clearance Sale now in progress. Savings from 20 per cent to 50 per cent in all departments. CHRBTENSEN'S 58-5-10 FOR SALE: German Shepard male puppies. AKC Registered and pedigree. Champion blood lines. 362-2326. 60-3x-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: We still have 100 "silver" silver dollars left at $2.50 each. Get yours before they are all sold! Contact Stockdale, Inc., Estherville, Iowa. 61-3-10 Call us for guaranteed service on farm, residential, or commercial wiring, fixtures and supplies. HETOKE ELECTRIC CO., INC. 61-2-12 Ins. And Loans 15 DAILY INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Begin ning Feb. i, 1972 EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Residential and commercial wiring. Remodeling, construction and repair. "Just right for every Box electrical need." Phone 362-2412 r Quotations I Terril STOCK MARKET' ... FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE (10 A.M. AVERAGES TUESDAY, 11 A.M. AVERAGES OTHER DAYS) REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 45 Anaconda 15% Bethlehem Steel 28% Collins Radio 13 Chrysler 28% Ford 70% Gen. Motors 79% Harvey Alum 12% Int. Funeral 7% BP 24% EL&P 18% IP&L 243/4 Leasco 20% MMM 132% Mobile Oil 54% North. Nat. Gas 45V4 J. C. Penney 73% Rapid Amer l&A Reynolds Ind 58 Rexall Drug 46% Sears 102% Texaco Inc 34% United Brands 19A U. S. Steel 30% White Motor 23% Winnebago 48% OVER THE COUNTER Arts way 6%-7% Cencor, toe 20%-21% Fortuna 6%-7 1 /4 General United 2%-2% General Growth 36-37 Hack Chem 31-32 mini Beef 6%-7% Kayot 7%-8% Life Invest 24%-24% Payless Cashway 31% -32 Pennzoil Off. Gas 9%-10 Spencer Foods 12%-12% Westgate 6%-6% Younkers 27%-28% DOW JONES AVGS. up 1.35 Transportation up .24 Utilities up .19 Volume 3,210,000 Cattle Are Steady; Hogs Are Down Today's cattle market at John Morreli & Co., Estherville, is steady. Hogs are 25 cents lower. Pedersens Entertain Eggs, Eggs, Eggs, Eggs, Eggs, MEMBER F-D.I.C FOR SALE: 8% x 11 typing paper. Ream of 500 sheets. $1.35. Daily News Office. 251-tf-10 162-1-15 Slicks by Fire- rim size, width remaining stock Who Does It Special Racing stone. New. 15' 7" to 14". All half price. FIRESTONE 362-3557 61-3-10 Repossessed color TV. Take over payments. FIRESTONE 362-3557 61-2-10 Three Westinghouse portable dishwashers with top cutting board. Front loader. Now as low as $189.95. FIRESTONE 362-3557 61-2-10 FOR SALE: Available now. Famous 21" Toro Snowpup. Free demonstration. '72 models $139.95. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO "51-2-10 Sporting Goods 18 FOR SALE: Used snowmobile. Sacrifice price. Moto-ski 500. 426 South 15th Street. 362-4260. Contact Sam Carlson. 61-2x-18 FOR SALE: Snowmobile Rupp 400 Nitro. $1,200. Phone 362-2054. 60-5-18 Mobile Homes 24 For Mobile homes rell Oil Co. Inc. Iowa. contact Bur- Estherville, 51-tf-24 Too Late To Classify 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $2.96 Corn No. 2 Yellow, easy Discount scale $1.03 New Oats 65c PRODUCE (Prices quoted below are for delivery at Estherville) Eggs, A large 19c A medium 12c B large 12c undergrade 8c A small 8c No. 2 small 8c CATTLE (By John Morreli & Company) Steers Hi Choice to Prime Quotable $34.50-$35.00 Choice Steers .... $34.00-$34.50 Good Steers $30.50-$31.50 Prime Heifers Quotable $33.50-$34.00 Choice Heifers .. $33.00-$33.50 HOGS 210 to 230 Base No. 3 Hogs $21.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $22.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $22.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $21.00 Sows $18.00 One Killed In Vietnam SAIGON (AP) - The U.S. Command announced today that one American was reported killed in action in Vietnam last week, the lowest weekly toll in nearly seven years. A spokesman, Maj. Chester Hanson, said it was the lowest toll since the week ending March 1, 1965, when no Americans were reported killed in action. This was just before the big U.S. troop buildup started. The weekly casualty summary today was the 12th in succession to report less than 10 American combat dead. Last week the total was seven. The U.S. Command also announced that five Americans died last week of nonhostile causes and 29 were wounded in action. There were 15 nonhos­ tile deaths and the week before. South Vietnamese headquarters listed 287 government troops killed, 633 wounded and 14 missing last week, compared to 405 killed and 723 wounded the prvious week. U.S. communiques also reported 1,035 enemy were killed last week. Christmas Eve dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Pedersen were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Olson of Mesa, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pedersen of Fostoria, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Galm and Jennifer and Scott Pedersen. Sunday dinner guests included the Olsons, Nels Pedersens, Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reddington of Spirit Lake. Scott Pedersen, a student at Drake University, spent the weekend with his parents. He was guest soloist at the morning worship service at the United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Anderson and Nita, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Slater and boys of Arnolds Park, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swanson and family of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Anderson and family were Christmas Eve guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gjerde and Mark at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Anderson hosted the Christmas night supper in their home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nobel and Bobbi and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hemphill and Jill of Milford. The Zehnder family held their annual Christmas potluck dinner at the Legion Hall. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Zehnder, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Deb Zehnder, Eldora; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Zehnder, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zehnder, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Donald Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Gorehams, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hultman, Cherokee; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zehnder, Camdentown, Mo. and Mrs. Tom Vinson, Spencer. Mrs. Beryl Coleman and Mrs. Theresa Pedersen were Christmas Eve guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pedersen and family. Mrs. Coleman was a Christmas morning breakfast guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blum and daughters. Mrs. Coleman, the Bob Blum's and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baekde family of Estherville were holiday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Blum. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dorvan Keagle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lauritson. and family of Spirit Lake were Christmas Eve guests in the home of their mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Baas at Algona. Christmas Eve guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Durb Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bremer and sons of Ocheyedan and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Huntsinger and sons of Spirit Lake. The five grandsons were overnight guests of their grandparents. They were all Christmas Day guests in the Huntsinger home. Paul Williams, Ames spent the holiday with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Williams. Sunday, they went to Ames and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pfiefer. On Monday, the Pfiefers and Williams family took a trip to Kansas. They planned to visit Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and family at Topeka, his father at Valley Center and with Claude Harris and family at Hutchinson and return home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blunt and family hosted a Christmas Day dinner in their home. Guests included Mrs. Olive Blunt, Milford, Von Blunt of Great Falls, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blunt of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arthur and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Upward and Shirlene. Christmas Eve guests in the Dale Upward home were Mark and Shirlene Upward, Anaheim, Calif, and their friends; Gwen Covey of Winner, S. D. and Dick Sanders, Downey, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Jay (Elaine) Lenz and Mr. and Mrs. Don Upward of Anaheim called on Christmas Day to wish their parents a Merry Christmas. Mrs. Ed Crumlett was a guest in the home of her sister, Mrs Littie Taylor, at Milford Dec. 22 for a Christmas coffee and gift exchange. Other guests included two more sisters, Mrs. Mabel Carr and Mrs. Glen Robinson, also of Milford. Mrs. Helen Houser of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Houser and Shawn of Eau Claire, Wis., were last Tuesday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Glover. Dowdy Guilty BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) Rep. John V. Dowdy, convicted of involvement in a $25,000 bribery scheme, is the first congressman in office to be found guilty of a criminal fense in 15 years. LEAGUE Bowling TARDY LEAGUE Top Hat 54 Young McFadden Ins. 46% Library Five 43 Kent Feeds 39 J. D. Webb Impl. 38 Chuck's Red Owl 36 OK Barber Shop 33 Esther Maid 30 Timmins Realty 21% Consumers 21 High Team 3 Games Top Hat OK Barber Shop Esther Maid High Team 1 Game Top Hat OK Barber Shop Young McFadden High Individual 3 Games Ray Enderson John Brunskill Romaine Peterson High Individual 1 Game David Dalen Roamine Peterson John McFadden Top Hat wins the first with Young McFadden Ins 18 25% 29 33 34 36 39 42 50% 51 2567 2458 2452 917 849 830 580 540 538 218 213 209 half . in second. Bob Knox had a 662 series the first half, Don Dammann a 660. Bob Knox had a 279 game first half. Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelson and Cindy were hosts to their 'family during the Christmas Holiday including Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nelson and family of Lexington Park, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson and family, Elridge; Cheryl Nelson, Faribault; and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maybonand family of Madison, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sorensen entertained family members during the Christmas holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Duwayne Hansen, Oak Creek, Wis; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sorensen and family. Fern Creek, Ky.; Russell Sorensen, Ames; Thorvald Hansen, Estherville and Daniel Sorensen, callers were the Leo Sorensens and Donald Henriksen. of- Superior Attend Bridal Shower Connie Kimrey Of John Holcomb and Joan, Round Lake and David and Brian Neilson visited Russell Tow while Mrs. Holcomb, Laura and Dona and Mrs. Neilsonattended a shower for Connie Kimrey Tuesday evening. Mrs. Delbert Kimrey of Minburn was an overnight guest at the Tow home after, attending the shower. Neighbors were coffee guests at the Kenneth Gilmore home Monday morning in honor of her birthday. Guests were Mrs. Ralph Pederson, Mrs. Earl Fries, Mrs. Howard Brekke, Mrs. Norman Nygaard, Mrs. John Wahl and Mrs. Dale Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gilmore and Denise were Christmas dinner guests at the Pat Gilmore home at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Stovin, Milford and Debbie Hagedorn were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore were then Christmas afternoon and supper guests at the Ronald Coleman home in Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson were Christmas guests at the Gary Peterson home in Fenton. Other guests were Mrs. Grace Wittstruck of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. John Wittstruck and son of Syracuse, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs, George Moritz, Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kuhu, Spirit Lake. Sunday supper guests at the Robert Miner home were Mr. and Mrs. David Wee and Shawn of Broomfield, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Oden Wee, Jerry Miner and Diane Swier of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Stillian visited their friend, Ira Baker, at Jackson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Johnson of Alexandria, Minn., visited Mrs. Dora Langfeldt Sunday. They were dinner guests at the Harvey Svenby home as were Mr. and Mrs. Eston Johnson and family of Rossie and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Langfeldt, Diane and Jonna of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Behrends. "Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen were visitors on Christmas Eve afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Petersen at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gamble of Spirit Lake were Tuesday evening visitors at the Kenneth Gilmore home. 1?. 20. 23. Notices P & G CLEANERS ONE DAY SERVICE Phone 362-2449 238-tf-6 Free introduction offer. One room carpet shampoo. Authorized Kirby vacuums, sales and service. Where service is a pleasure. Call anytime. Fay L. Mann, Sr. 1225% 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 A ccounting 220 NORTH 6TH ST. OR YOUR HOME CALL 362-5277 DAYS, 362-2362 EVENINGS 53-tf-9 Used Merchandise 3 23" b-w console TVs. Your choice $45. Large refrigerator - freezer $99. Used console stereo $55. Used automatic washer $65. Used air conditioner $50. 2 used color TV consoles. Your choice $149. T*r*$tone 362-3557 61-2-10 HELP WANTED: Experience in hard good lines desired. In Estherville. Send complete resume to Box 57 PG, In care of Estherville Daily News, Estherville, Iowa 51334. 62-10-2 RENT A NEW CASE FOR ONLY 5 CENTS!!! What ??? Yes, rent a NEW CASE for only 5 cents per horsepower per hour. Plow up to 40 acres a day with a New Case 1070, THIS ONE REALLY PULLS and sit in the comfort of the quietest cab in the industry while you are doing it. Call in today and make your reservation on one of these new Case tractors. B & B IMPL. 62-3-7 High Lake Mr. and Mrs. Norman Iverson and Richard, Jean Iverson and friend of Boulder, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Iverson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinnard, Estherville were dinnger guests Christmas Day at the Lena Iverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaminski Lisa and Chad, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tietje, Sheri, John and Mark, Fairmont were Sunday guests at the Leonard Barrett home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hattle, Beth and Amy, Armstrong, Mrs. Catherine Skow, Maynard Peterson and Pearl Peterson were dinner guests Christmas Day at the Gerhard Peterson home. ACROSS 1. Summer place 5. Plowed land 10. Russian mountain range 11. Fulo's companion 12. Mountain lake 13. Incite 14. That final drink 16. Scottish island , Garland; wreath (poet.) , Success , They're frequently broken 26. Bobby's cousin 27. Jeremiad 28. Mistress of 24 Down 30. Words for Jan. 1 35. Chianti's birthplace 36. Division word 37. Fruit of the oak 38. Stern's partner 39. "Beau it 40. Kind of clock DOWN 1. Roman statesman 2. Bates or King 3. —'s nest 4. Atlantic food fish 5.-Redolence 6. — a clef 7. Ancient Egyptian city 8. Say "no" to 9. Museum offering 13. Book of prescribed forms ninHHii moras! HHHuisimiiHHSH, irara E1HH HraiiBBlanffl izmo HSD „ ESH ISIS 15. Russian city 17. Jeanne d'— 18. New (comb. form) 19. Egyptian Ye „ crday '. Aiuwe'r killer 20. Farming implement 21. Lodging place 22. Be quiet! 24. See 28 Across 25. Amy Lowell was one 28. Manifest 29. German city 30. Amiable 31. Eve's grandson 32. Opposed to 33. Detail 34. Alaskan city 35. Joker INFORMATION CENTER! *• ARMY RECRUITER 522i/ 2 Central *• AMBULANCE Phone 362-2735 i*i CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Open 8:30-12, 1-5 Mon. thru Fri. CITY HALL Open 8-5, Monday through Friday k COURTHOUSE Open 8-4, Monday through Friday k DIAL A PRAYER Phone 362-2828 fc- DRIVER LICENSE EXAM. City Hall, 8:30-4:30, Monday Only t FEDERAL BUR. OFINVES. Omaha, Neb., 402-348-1210 k FIRE DEPARTMENT Phone 362-3511 te HELP FOR ALCOHOLISM Phone 362-2631 HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL Phone 362-2631 If IOWA HIGHWAY PATROL (Police Radio-Storm Lake) 732-1341. If no answer, (Spencer) 262-1424 PUBLIC LIBRARY Open 10-9, Monday through Friday, 10-6 Saturday * MEALS ON WHEELS Phone 362-4236 Between 9 & 10:30 a.m. * NAVY RECRUITER City Hall, 11-1 Wednesday only *• POLICE DEPARTMENT Phone 362-3515 *• ZIP CODE DATA Open 8:30-5, Monday through Friday * SHERIFF'S OFFICE Phone 362-2639 *• SOCIAL SECURITYV Every other Tuesday 10:30 a.m. 'till 12 : 30 Noori City Hall * WEATHER WATCH Phone 362-2666 FOR INFORMATION ON COMMERCIAL PRINTING CONTACT THE DAILY NEWS

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