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Come hail, wind, cold or snow. Want Ads are tops ! IIIIHIIIMIIMHIIIIMIIIIMIUIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIMIIIM Notices AILY NEWS imiiimiiiiHimiiiiiiiittiiiMiiiiiimiiiiiiMin 91 THURSDAY, _ n FEBRUARY 10, 1972 Page 12 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 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'. Entertainment 1 DANCE Dick's Combo Sat., Feb. 12 NO COVER CHARGE Members and Their Guests Kitchen Open 6:00 to 12:30 V. F. W. Post 3388 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 91-1=1 Help WantedTo» Wanted Part-time Secretary and Bookkeeper Must Be Able To Meet Public Write: Box 57 AG. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS 89 . 3 . 2 Jobs Wanted Will care for old age assistance patient in my home. 362-3635. 88-5-3 Personal For Rent 5 Notices 6 Farm Head Start Bake Sale: Saturday, Feb. 12 at Fareway, 9:00 a.m. 91-2-6 TO SEE new Kirby Classic Vacuum Cleaner, upright, hose alts., Mirace Head, Renovator, and Hand! Butler. Specially designed for new shag carpets. Sales & Service. New or older models. Call Fay L. Mann Sr. 1225'/ 2 Central Box 352, Esther- 712-362-2124. Avenue. P.O. ville, Iowa. Babysitter Wanted: Myhome6:00 p.m. til 12:00 p.m. Mature, reliable. 362-2126 after 5:00 p.m. 91-3x-2 HELP WANTED: Student waitress or waiter, 5:30 a.m. until 8 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Apply in person, Stafford's Hamburger Shop. 88-4-2 HELP WANTED: Babysitter in my home 362-5446 alter 3:30 p.m. 89-5-2 HELP WANTED: Person to deliver Well's Blue Bunny dairy products by March 1. Call Farmer's Creamery Co., Graettinger, 859-3926. 90-3-2 I wish to thank all the friends and neighbors for their prayers, visits, cards, flowers and gifts during my stay at Holy Family Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester. Also for the loving care of the nurses and Dr. Bose, and Rev. Pearson for his visits. Mrs. Lonnie Smith 91-1-4 88 -5X -6 REPRINTS of pictures appearing in the Daily News available on order, 50 cents to $1.50 each. 90-tf-6 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 FOR RENT: Basement apartment for one man. Available March 1st. E. M. Wogen 302-4140. 90-3-5 FOR RENT: Sleeping room, Skyline Motel 362-2618. 128-tf-5 JAN MITCHELL'S MOVING SALE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 9:00-4:30 Household Items: Decorative & Practical Large Wall Pictures Linens, Towels, Sheets Double & Queen Bedspreads Kitchen Items Yard Tools - Miscellaneous 221 North 17 Street Place 91-2x-6 VALENTINE SPECIAL $2.00 OFF ON ALL PERMANENTS FEBRUARY 8-19 La Charm Beauty Shop ASK FOR SHERYL, SHARON, OR MARY CALL 362 - 27 3 2 89-3-6 WANTED: YOUR BUSINESS FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Ken's Flower Shed 1521 Central-362-5818 Next to Miner Motors 90-5^6 BRINK OIL CO. 1619 Central - 362-9006 OPEN 6:30 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. Daily We carry most brands of oil and El Dorado Tires. All Oil Co. Credit Cards, Master Charge and Bank Americard Accepted. We Give S&H Green Stamps 91-1-6 NEW HOME FOR All YOUR FIOWER NEEDS Weddings - Funerals Hospitals Any Occasion Ken's Flower Shed 1521 Central-362-5818 Next to Miner Motors 90-5-6 HOTEL GARDSTON FAMILY STYLE SUNDAY DINNER includes FRIED CHICKEN and ROAST TURKEY Salad Bar, Potatoes, Vegetables, Beverage, Dessert ADULTS $2.35 CHILDREN Under 10 $1.35 SERVING 1 V 0 „°„ a,m to 8:00 p .m. PHONE 362-2661 91-1-6 7 Real Estate 8 Automotive 11 1850 Oliver Diesel, 3 pt. Hitch, low hours. 1206 Farmall Turbo, very sharp. 1256 Farmall Turbo, cab and heater. 658 McC, 6 row narrow planter, loaded. 58 8 row narrow McC planter, Fert. insect, herbicide. 456 Mc C 4 row wide planter, Fert. Insect, herbicide. A-l. All recond. and ready to use at E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 91-1-7 YEAR-END USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS 1650 Oliver, 1966, Good, $3850. 560 D IHC, $2,350. 560 D IHC, Fast hitch cab. $2,850. J. D. WEBB, IMPL. Used Equipment Headquarters 1020 6th Ave. South 91-1-7 THE BIG POWER LINE 970 401 cubes 93 HP 1070 451 cubes 107 HP 1170 451T cubes 122 HP 1175 451T cubes 122 HP 1270 451T cubes 122 HP 1370 504T cubes 140 HP 1470 504T cubes 145 HP B & B IMPLEMENT ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 91-3-7 FOR SALE: Baled hay, mixture Brome Timothy and alfalfa. 3623943. 88-10x-7 WANTED: Tried boar. Scott Griffith, Estherville. 89-5-7 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 . 91-1-8 Acreage for sale on contract. 3 bedroom ranch home and buildings on blacktop. Call 858-2113. 89-5-8 Who Does It OWN FARM LAND? Quarterly and annual reports. Orderly crop and livestock sales. ACTUAL visits to the farm. NOlOOpercentmanage- ment behind the desk. Professional farm management by- Kemdasck Agricultural Service For the early — early or late — late washers, we are now open at 4:00 A.M. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 91-1-9 Income tax preparation. HIGGIN'S ACCOUNTING days or your home, evenings. Call 362-5277 or 362-2362. 89-tf-9 Plumbing— Remodeling— Roofing. No job too small. 362-5415. KWIK REPAIR SERVICE 103-U-9 Custom clothes — fitting and designing. Especially for you. 362-5469. Norma Schmeling. 215-tf-9 Formica countertops and cabinets. Phone 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB " 66-tf-9 YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE Not how cheap, but how good "Try us and see" PARIS CLEANERS Phone 362-3314 FREE pickup and delivery 91-3-9 R.R, 2, Sioux Rapids, Phone 712-262-3288. Ia. : 91-1-7 Real Estate 8 FOR SALE: Two 775 x 14 used white wall tires. Good tread. 100 percent sound. Only $17.95 exchange each. New tire guarantee. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. • 91-1-11 Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Residential and commercial wiring. Remodeling, construction and repair. "Just right for every electrical need." Phone 362-2412 for estimates. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 91-1-12 Call us for all your wiring needs! Installations, wiring problems, new home wiring. Free estimates. HEIDKE ELECTRIC CO., INC. 91-2-12 Want To Rent 14 Want to Rent: Farm house by couple. Preferably by March 1 or April. 362-3731. 91 -5X -14 Ins. And Loans 15 HOME LOANS -AT- For Sale 10 Acreage for sale by owner, near Estherville with 4-bedroom, large carpeted living room with drapes. Paneled kitchen. Completely modern. Full basement. Double garage. 362-4943 after 6:00 p.m. 91-3-8 FOR SALE: Acreage south of Estherville. Black top roads. Nice modern 4-bedroom home. HELEN PETERSON AGENCY Dennis Essing Ken Kollasch 859-3996 362-5190 91-tf-8 NEW LISTING Three bedroom home. LR, DR, kitchen and bath. North of high school. REDOUT REAL ESTATE 2-4723 2-4820 2-323 7 2-5474 91-2-8 GOOD SCHOOL LOCATION l'/2 story 3 BR home, 5th Avenue North. 24 ft. carpeted living room. Very nice basement apartment, always rented. Garage. $16,750. Call us anytime. TIMMINS AGENCY REALTORS 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 Multiple Listing Service 91-1-8 WINTER WARMTH Enjoy the comforts o£ this near new charming split foyer. Spacious living room, plus family room. Central air and two car garage. BAKER REAL ESTATE 2-3230 2-2763 2-3490 2-3862 91-3-8 For Sale or Rent: House. B. L. Bolin. 362-2536. 89-tf-8 ONLY $4,000 Buys this cute, one possibly two bedroom home. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 2-2123 89-3-8 FOR SALE: Home close in on North 8th. CLAIR CLARK REAL ESTATE 90-3-8 FOR SALE: Three bedroom home in Dunnell. Vivian Braetzman, 695-2381. Also inquire at First National Bank. 89-5-8 FOR SALE: TV. 362-3069. Small puppies to give away. West '614 South 1st Street. 362-2402. _ 89-3x-6 P & G CLEANERS ONE DAY SERVICE Phone 362-2449 238-tf-6 Fast Well Drilling and Pump, Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 CATTLE and HOG SPRAYING DR. D.E. DEVALL PH. 362-2171 ESTHERVILLE 91-1-7 Valentine Suggestions "White Bible" "Gift Books" including "Forget-Me-Nots of Love" THE GOSPEL BOOKSTORE 91-1-10 FOR SALE: One set of Snowmobile Aqua Lungs. For demonstration or information phone Jim Ricke, 362-4793. 91-2-10 Looking for Valentine's Day gifts? Red & white figured shave & shower kilts. $4.00. McADAMS' 91-2-10 It's "RUSS" for spring in women's sportswear. Sizes 10-20. Polyester Knits. Beautiful colors. McCLEARY'S 91-2-10 FOR SALE: Four month old German Shepherd puppies. AKC registered and pedigree. 362-2326. 91-5-10 FOR SALE: Dressed roasting hens. 867-2471, Wallingford. 91-5-10 FOR SALE: Electric guitar. 3623838. 91-5-10 FOR SALE: Lady's figure skates, size 8. 362-2230. 91-3-10 One RCA 14" color TV. With automatic fine tuning. Our best set. Regular $339 now $279. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 90-2-10 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: Electric Guitar, double pickup with vibrato. Amplifier. Real Good Condition. Tel. Ceylon 632-4509. 90-5-10 HALF-SIZE DRESS SALE: Half- size dresses, sizes 12'/2 to24V2. Reduced for clearance. 33 1-3 per cent off. CHRIS TENSEN'S 90-2-10 ESTHERVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Association 121 NORTH SIXTH STREET ESTHERVILLE. IOWA 51334 WANT TO BUY: 3929. Campers 23 HOUYPARK PARKWOOD Aad DETROITER 12x14 Foot Widths Coming Soon! A 65X14 Hollypark With Balcony Kitchen SMITH'S MOBILE HOMES OKOBOJI, IOWA PHONE 332-2364 90 2 _ 24 Good used B-W 90-5-10 "Iowans who love Iowa love THE 10WAN, 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, Box 130M, Shenandoah, Iowa 51601." 216-tf-10 SAYE SAVE SAVE New & Used Mobile Homes, 1968 12x68 Marshfield Manor House, 2 or 3 bedroom w-front kitchen and laundry. 1969 12x 60 Windsor Deluxe 2 bedroom w-front kitchen and private dinette. 1969 12x60 Baron 2 bedroom front kitchen, just like new. New 1970 12x60 Marshfield Town Manor 2 bedroom w-front kitchen and laundry. Save $2,400 on this one. Drastic price reduction on all new 12x14 wides in stock. Open Monday through Saturday. Call 712-852-4811 for evening appointments. Sunset Mobile Home Sales HIGHWAY 4 & 18 WEST EMMETSBURG, IOWA 90-2-24 Auctions Ask Heed to Registration In Reapportionment Plan Lost And Found 16 FOUND: Young calico cat, area Junior High. 905 North 4th Street. 89-M6 Sporting Goods 18 FOR SALE: Used Arctic Cat Snowmobile. Excellent condition. Also used Larson Snowmobile. Runs real good. Both priced to sell. Also see us for new snowmobiles priced so low everybody can afford one. FIRESTONE 2-3557 90-2-18 FOR SALE: 1969 Polaris snowmobile. Phone 362-2402. 89-5x-18 Want To Buy 20 Used desk. 362- 87-5x-20 Want to Buy: Corn cobs. Contact Gary Reese. 362-5567 or 362-4987. 74-tf-20 FOR SALE: 1969 19 ft. Fan Travel Trailer. Self contained. Separate shower and stool. Gas- electric refrigerator. 362-4810 after 5:00 p.m. 88-5x-23 Mobile Homes 24 FARM AUCTION Wednesday, February 16th, 12:45 p.m. Owner: Milo S. & Roxie B. Stevens. Location: Farm 4 miles East, 2V2 miles South of Terril, Iowa. 3 tractors, power machinery, combine, corn, picker, other machinery, wagons and feeding equipment. Burns, Clark, Clark Auct. Palo Alto State Bank of Emmetsburg, Clerk. PUBLIC AUCTION Friday, February 11, 12:45 p.m. Location: lVi miles South of Armstrong, Iowa on Highway No. 15 and 1 mile West. 2 trac tors, machinery, wagons, hogs, feed, buildings & equipment, trucks. Owner: Ernest Paulson. Clark & Clark auct. Iowa Trust and Savings Bank of Estherville, clerk. Sale ad, Feb. 8. Cattle Are Steady; Hog Down Today Today's cattle market at John Morrell & Co., Estherville, is steady. Hogs are 25 cents lower. 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $2.97 Corn No. 2 Yellow, easy Discount scale $1.02 New Oats 65c PRODUCE (Prices quoted below are for delivery at Estherville) Eggs, A large 17c. Eggs, A medium 12c Eggs, B large 12c Eggs, undergrade 8c Eggs, A small 10c Eggs, No. 2 small 8c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers Hi Choice to Prime Quotable $36 .25i $36.75 Choice Steers .... $35.75-$36.25 Good Steers $32.25-$33.25 Prime Heifers Quotable'' ........ $35.25-$35.75 Choice Heifers .. $34.75-$35.25 HOGS 210 to 230 Base No. 3 Hogs $26.25 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $26.75 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $27.25 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $25;75 Sows $23.50 r- Quotations < STOCK MARKET ... FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 44% Anaconda 17 Bethlehem Steel 32 Collins Radio 17% Chrysler 31V4 Ford 73% Gen. Motors 8IV2 Harvey Alum 14V2 Int. Funeral 9V4 IBP 24'/s IEL&P 19% IP&L 24% Leas co 23V4 MMM 138% Mobile Oil 53% North. Nat. Gas 43'/2 J. C. Penney 71 Rapid Amer 18% Reynolds Ind 66V4 Rexall Drug 5014 Sears 103V2 Texaco Inc 33V4 United Brands 13 U. S. Steel 33% White Motor 28V2 Winnebago 64 3 /4 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa Supreme Court has received a suggestion from a legislator that it avoid joining areas where voter registration is required with areas where it is not, in drawing its legislative reapportionment plan. Rep. Laverne Schroeder, R- McClelland, said Thursday he submitted the suggestion to the court in line with its statement that it "is ready and willing to consider all reasonable suggestions regarding a proper constitutional redistricting plan." The Supreme Court on Jan. 14 held the 1971 Legislature's reapportionment plan unconstitutional and said it would draft a plan for the Legislature which the court considers to meet constitutional standards. It ordered the terms of 27 senators elected for four-year terms in 1970 cut short so that all 150 seats in the General Assembly can be filled by election under a constitutional plan this year. Schroeder's suggestion Is one of only two that legislators have submitted to the court. The other was offered by Rep. Elizabeth Shaw, R-Davenport, chairman of the House Constitutional Amendments and Reapportionment Committee, which did most of the work when the 1971 Legislature drew up its plan. Mrs. Shaw declined to give details of her suggestion, but said it consisted of a map showing the court how it "can meet the requirement of the Iowa Constitution that legislative districts be compact and contiguous." Schroeder said he presented his suggestion to the court because of a situation he faced in his district in the last election. He represents most of Pottawattamie County, where permanent voter registration is required, and part of Harrison County, where'it is not. He told the court that "in those areas having permanent registration persons may not vote on election day who have not registered at least 10 days before the election, while in other areas any eligible voter may vote on election day." If the two types of territory are lumped together in the same district, Schroeder said, "injustice to the candidate and unequal treatment of citizens can and will occur by reason of the fact that campaigns to get out the vote and sway the voters can and will be concentrated in the area not having registration during the last 10 days before the election with manifestly deleterious effects to the election process." Schroeder said that in the last election his opponent-concentrated on the Harrison County part of the district in the last 10 days before the election and "I worried more about the 8,000 voters in that part of the district than about the 18,000 voters in Pottawattamie County." Schroeder said he wasn't asking the court to sacrifice the "one man, one vote" principle in order to meet his suggestion. He said he wanted the court to "refrain insofar as possible in forming election districts" from joining voter registration and nonregistrattion areas, without diluting any constitutional standards. He said he didn't know whether the Supreme Court will consider his suggestion since it is under considerable pressure to announce its reapportionment plan as soon as possible. Legislative leaders said they have been told by Chief Justice C. Edwin Moore the plan probably won't be announced until March 15 and possibly later. Rep. Richard Drake, R-Muscatine, and Mrs. Shaw have started work on a resolution setting the time for this year's primary election later in the summer than its scheduled June 6 date. Lt. Gov. Roger Jepsen and House Speaker William Harbor had announced the Legislature planned to hold the primary this year on Sept. 5— the day after Labor Day—but that idea drew strong objections from Gov. Robert Ray. 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