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30 Golesburg Register-Moil, (fojesburfl, Thursday, May 3, 1973 Market Reports Today 3ALESBURO ORDER BUYERS Burlington Norther* Stockyards Market: fully steady. No. 1-2: 200-230 $34.50-$34.75 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $34.25-$34.50 No. 1-3: 230-280 |33.50-$34.25 No. 2-3: 200-300 $31.75-$33.50 Packing Sows: $29.75-$31.25 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 2,100. Butcher Trend: steady. No. 1-2: 200-225 $35.50-$35.95 No. 2-4: 200-240 $35.00-$35.75 240-270 $34.50-$35.25 280-300 _.$33.75-$34.25 Sow Trend: steady. 300-500 $31.75-$33.00 VIOLA AUCTION DEPORT May 3, 1ST* Receipt* Cattle Calvea Rogi Sheep This Week 159 10 171 65 Last Week 93 12 148 69 Last Year 421 8 425 73 CATTLE: Receipts 50% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Cows .50-1.00 lower. Feeder cattle steady. SLAUGHTER STEERS & HEIFERS: some Choice 1050 lb. steers 45.00; some Choice and Prime 900 lb. heifers 45.00. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 30.00-35.00; Canner and Cutter 26.00-33.75. FEEDER CATTLE: some Choice 400 lb. steers 59.00; Choice 350-500 lb. heifers 48.50-54.50; some 600 lb. 48.00; Choice replacement cows with calves at side 442.50 per pair. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices steady. SLAUGHTERS BOARS: 350-650 lb. 31.50-32.70. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 20-30 lb. 18.25-24.00; 90-100 lb. 40-25-43.50; all sold by the head; U.S. 1-3 140 lb. 34.00-37.00; sold by weight; some bred gilts 152.50 per head. SHEEP: some Choice and Prime 110 lb. slaughter lambs 36.10; Choice 90 r 100 lb. 33.00-34.50; Good replacement ewes with lambs at side 14.00-22.50 per head. CATTLE: Receipts 40% slaughter classes; balance mainly feeder cat. tie. Demand good. Slaughter ^teers ft SLAUGHTER STEERS & and heifers steady. Cows 50c lower, •50c Feeder cattle 25-50c higher. STEERS & HEIFERS: Choice 1000-1250 lb. steers 43.60-44.20; mixed Good and Choice 1000-1200 lb. 42.50-43.75; Choice and Prime 900-1000 lb. heifers 44.00 44.75; Choice 850-1050 lb. 42.7544.25. COWS AND BULLS: Utility and Commercial cows 31.00-38.20; Canner and Cutter 27.25-34.75; Utility and Commercial bulls 35.75-42.80. FEEDER CATTLE: Choice 250-400 lb. steers 62.00-69.50; 400-550 lb. 54.00-62.25; 550-750 lb. 50.50-54.25; mixed Good and Choice 550-900 lb. 47.00-50.75; Good 600-1000 lb. 43.0047.25; Choice 250-400 lb. heifers 53.00-57.25 ; 400-550 lb. 49.25-53.25; 550-700 lb. 46.25-49.50: Good 550-800 lb. 41.25-44.75: Choice replacement cows with calves at side 495.00530.00 per pair. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices .50-1.00 per head higher. SLAUGHTER BOARS: 250-550 lb. 29.25-31.25. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb. 26.00-31.00; 40-50 lb. 30.25-36.00; some 125 lb. 45.75; all sold by the head; bred sows 125.00-189.00 per head; replacement boars 71.00-130.00 per head. SHEEP: Cull to Good replacement ewes 6.75-14.25 per head. Indianapolis Livestock INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock: Hogs 2 ,600; steady; No 1-2 200-240 lb 35.75-36 .00; No 1-3 200240 lb 35.25-35.75; No 2-3 230-270 lb 34.25-35.25; No 2-4 260-290 lb 33.25-34.25; No 3-4 290-330 lb 32.25-33.25. Cattle and calves 100; steers and heifers untested. Sheep none. MACOMB AUCTION REPORT May 1, 1973 Receipts Cattle Calves Hogs Sheep This Week 676 5 411 31 Last Week 887 11 368 50 Last Year 712 17 407 140 * LANDSCAPE GRAVEL • STEEL LANDSCAPE EDGING GALESBURG Builders Supply Co 600 E MAIN STREET Phone 342 - 4155 Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: . Cattle sales insufficient to establish market. Hogs 700; steady to 25 higher; No 1-2 205-230 lb 35.75-36.25; No 1-3 200-250 lb 34.75-35.50; No 2-3 250-275 lb 34.25-34.75. Friday estimated receipts: cattle 800, hogs 800. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 50; not enough of any class to establish price trend. Hogs 4,200; mostly steady; No 1-2 200-230 lb 35.75-36.00, few 36.10; No 1-3 200-250 lb 35.2535.75; No 2-3 250-270 lb 34.5035.25, 270-290 lb 33.50-34.50; No 2-4 290-330 lb 32.50-33.50. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 20 trans 15 utils 65 stocks 933.02 up 0.68 185.39 up 0.19 107.68 off 0.23 292.15 up 0.10 m Nothing Looks As Fresh As New Paint NOTICE TO GALESBURG RESIDENTSI I am still engaged in the painting and decor* allng business — For reliability, neatness and good workmanship. caU ui today. 342-6550 — OR — 343-6562 BILLY MOE DECORATING 1273 E. FREMONT — Golesburg, III. Prices Down On Exchange, Trading Slow NEW YORK (UPI) - Prices on the New York Stock Exchange, hit by an early burst of selling, recovered some of their losses but remained lower through noon today. Trading was slow. Shortly before noon, the widely watched Dow Jones industrial average had declined 7.07 to 925.27. It had been off more than 12.points in the first half hour. Declining issues topped advances, 832 to 361, among the 1,541 issues on the tape. The two-hour volume was about 6,500,000 shares, compared with 5,700,000 shares in the comparable period Wednesday. Wall Street observers said investors were disappointed with President Nixon's statement on the economy Wednesday, which reinstituted a Phase II requirement that the nation 's biggest firms must notify the Cost of Living Council 30 days in advance before boosting prices above 1.5 per cent of the Jan. 10 level. The government also reported wholesale prices rose at a 12 per cent annual rate in April compared to 27.6 per cent in March. First National City Corp. was the most active issue, falling 1% to 36% on 126,800 shares, including a block trade of 112,100 shares at 36. International Telephone & Telegraph was second, off V* at 34% on 120,700 shares, and Damon Corp. was third, off % at 27Yi on 89,600 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange declined in light) trading. Teleprompter was the most active Amex issue, off 1 at 18Vz on 65,500 shares. Syntex was second, gaining 3% at 56% on 39,500 shares. The company said it expects higher earnings next year. International Food­ service Systems was third, unchanged at 1V\ on 22,600 shares. On the Big Board, computer and electronics issues moved lower. Texas Instruments fell 1%, Burroughs and IBM 1% each and Honeywell 1. Glamor issues slipped lower. Corning Glass lost 3%, ARA Services 1% and Xerox 1. Market May Respond To Nixon Pledge NEW YORK (UPI) - Th< resignation of key admlnistra tion personnel and President Nixon's address to the nation touched off a rally and "if nothing else seemed to label Watergate as a stock market factor," according to E. F Hutton. The firm said the market could take a positive view of the President's pledge to devote more time to other national problems and could also respond favorably to any rescheduling of the economic meetings canceled last week when the Watergate episode caught fire. "Despite the extreme nervousness currently permeating Wall Street, we continue to recommend taking advantage of weakness to purchase the better quality stocks," The Bache Technical Service said. The letter said the market still is in the grips of a bull cycle and trends whether up or down need periodic counter-moves for revitalization. PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, MAT 6, W$ AT 12:30 ».M. ttgW the* Hlffctle* M. It* *M. WMti 6* Rewte 111 tilt to Hlffhtlew fM. theft MU I JMflffclWiteB M tifAf. COHSIOSWIBHT SALE , ^ •29 Whippett 2 dr. sdri. (exe.; W Chevy Master 4 dr. sdn. (laud; '40 Model A Ford 2 dr. (basket ease); 4 mot* pre-war autos in restorable condition; 1071 Ford % ton pick-up truck, automatic, factory air, low miles, (owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids on the above-mentioned autos): all aluminum truck topper; many, many parts for antique and classic aufos including engines, engine parts, body and fender, etc., featuring many hard- to-find parts. Antique household and collectors Items': beautiful ornate walnut bookcase; wishbone dresser with marble insert; secretary desk; walnut 9-pc. dining room set with breakfront (beautiful); walnut library table With brass drawer pulls, double bookcase secretary (unusual); cherry wood 6-drawer chest* oak washstand (exc); walnut and oak pedestal tables; oak oce. table w/claw & baU feet; beautiful oak frame hall mirror; wall telephone; oak picture frames (beautiful); wooden barrel-type butter churn; glass butter churns; antique doll bed and dolls; Aladdin and Queene Anne kerosene lamps; straight razors; flat irons (wooden handle); approx. 20 pendulum clocks, wall and mantle; crocks, jugs, and ironware; some depression glass; 6% in. power saw; few other tools; copper wash boiler; many, many other items of antique and collector value too numerous to list. Approx. a 8»hour sale. CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME. Lunch served by MAR Traveling Kitchen. — FOR CRYIN OUT LOUD CALL THE COLONEL — Rain Date: May 13 at 12:30 p.m. BANKERS LETTER OF CREDIT REQUIRED ON LARGER CHECKS. COL VIC. WINCHELL, vtuctioneef 899-3210, eves. CLIP ft SAVE "Too many stocks remain in questionable positions because of their inability to reform bases to substantiate significant recoveries," Reynolds Securities Inc. said. The investor should commit himself to basic industrial stocks with low P-Es and avoid the high P-E segment of the market, according to the firm. Ordered To Pay CHICAGO (UPI) - Joseph "Joey" Glimco, former head of Chicago Taxicab Drivers Union, has been ordered to pay $201,080.35 in back taxes and penalties. Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)-Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-79; single daisies 76.50-80.25; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb Grade A 89-91, B 87-89. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Stronger; prices unchanged to up 2; extra large 47 unch; large 47 unch; medium 45 unch; standard 42 up 1; pullets 32 up 2; checks 34 up 1. AUCTION 45314 NORTH PLEASANT AVE. SUNDAY, MAY 6th 1 O'clock As we are moving, Corbln's wiU sell the following merchandise: Brown NaUgahyde studio couch, EA recliner, blonde desk and chair, 2 table lamps, card table, poker table and chairs, modern brass pole lamp, modern walnut dining room table, 3 leaves and 6 chairs, white formica top, bedroom suite, 2 Hollywood twin size beds, chest and dresser, M & W combination freezer refrigerator, metal utility cab., Howell 5-pc. modern dropleaf table and chairs, cabinet base, pots, pans and dishes, dehumldifier, ironing board, MW rotary electric start mower, riding golf cart, upright Hoover sweeper, Cushman gas golf cart, tank-type MW sweeper, Ball jars and misc. mdse. Mr. & Mrs. N. H. Kortuem, Owners Corbin's Auction Service — 343-9033 Cook & Woods, Auctioneers ' Delene Cook, Clerk Auctioneer & owners assume no responsibility for accidents should any occur. Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks lower in slow trading. Bonds steady. U.S. government bonds slightly lower in moderate trading. American stocks lower in stow trading. Cotton futures mixed. Chicago grain futures mostly higher. Cattle sales insufficient to es tablish a market. American colonists found lob sters so abundant they plowed them under to fertilize wheat and corn fields. HOUSEHOLD SALE The following household furniture and antiques will be sold at 108 N.W. 3rd Ave., Galva, III., on SAT., MAY 5 AT 1 P.M. (RAIN DATE MAY 12 — I P.M.) FURNITURE Rose colored davenport and chair, upholstered rocker, upholstered occasional chair, dropleaf walnut Duncan Phyfe table and 4 chairs, kitchen table and 4 chairs, table lamps, 2 floor lamps, what-not shelves, 3-pc. bedroom- set, occasional table, metal bed, chest of drawers, dresser, black and white TV, new sewing machine with buttonhole and zig zag attachments, writing desk, 9x12 rug, telephone stand, apt. size elec. refrigerator, apt. size elec. stove. Hoover vacuum sweeper, toaster, clocks, sandwich toaster, AM-FM radio^elec. fans, elec. heater, wringer washing machine and rinse tubs, clothes racks, books, garden tools, pots and pans and many items too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES Cut glass, China cupboard, walnut dropleaf table, walnut 3-drawer chest with 2 small drawers on top, silverware, walnut daybed, old picture frames, books, including History of Knox County, piano rolls for player piano, green depression glass, round coffee table, old Victrola, records, dishes and other items too numerous to mention. Owner, Susie M. Jones Estate TERMS CASH NOT RESP. FOR ACCIDENTS Mike Clucas and Del Pitzer. Auctioneers Auct. Note: — Very Clean Usable Items WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! HOUSE OF CANDLES OPEN HOUSE MAY 6 — 10 A.M. to 5 PM V 4 Mile South of Route 34, Kirkwood, Illinois Register For Free Cinderella Candles To Be Given Away Waich Caadlamaklag In Progress Display of Dacoratad It Plain Candlaa Coma Out and Cat Acquainted — No Obligation To Buy FREE REFRESHMENTS Expandable Naughyde Purees and Veit On Display ALL THINGS MADE TO ORDER BEVERLY and ERNEST BLUNT We Sell mowers by the yard. Your best power lawn care investment is a machine that matches your yard, and that's what we have in store for you in the full IH line. Let us show you just the right mower for your yard. We won't sell you any other. WESTBAY Equipment Go. Phone 309-342-8112 ~" Knoxville Road — Galesburg, III. International Harvester Sales & Service Any wtjy yen cut it IWERNATKMuU HARVESTER Production Workers Needed Equal Opportunity Employer • Good Working Conditions • Good Woge Rotes • Paid Vacations and Holidays • Paid Insurance Apply At — BRIGGS 801 No. MAIN ST. ABINGDON, ILL. LEASED PARKING Behind 151 N. SEMINARY 1 Block From Main St. $8.00 Monthly See Barry Stein AT LEO STEIN'S ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS AUCTION Sunday, May 6, 1:00 P.M. NIDIFFER'S 128 S. FIRST, CANTON, ILL 42" pedestal round oak table, refinished, ready to use: curio cabinet, glass on three sides; walnut and marble hall mirror; walnut pie cupboard; old kitchen cabinet with 2 rounded bins — has been stripped and ready to refinish; oak table and 4 chairs; walnut marble top dresser; oak curved glass buffet; charming ladies dresser with hat box; beautiful walnut pump organ; decoratively carved sideboard with mirror; walnut stand table; combination school desk and seat; old drop leaf table; matching arm chair and rocker with cane back and side inserts; 3 legged octogan stand table; walnut wardrobe with bottom drawers; oak commode; hand wind floor model Victrola; old oak buffet with claw feet and heavy carving; set of 4 kitchen chairs; fern stand; coat rack; rockers; high back organ stool; curved glass China closet; pair ruby overlay lusters with cut prisms; carnival, pressed, depression and cut glass; childs A.B.C. plate; oriental and hand painted plates; miniature, hanging and kerosene lamps, including owl pattern satin glass font with metal base; military hammered brass trombone; plateau mirror; anniversary, cuckoo, marbelized carved mantle wall and calendar regulator clocks; railroad lantern; pictures and frames; old Victrola records; cow bells; flat irons; 'Iron nut cracker; match holder; brass cuspidor; coffee grinder; iron teakettle; Dutch oven; shoe last and stand; wood plane; kraut cutter; horseshoes; singletrees; miners lunch bucket; copper boiler; glass and stone jars and jugs; butter churn; butter mold; lard press; bells. This Will Be A Large Sale Many Items Not Listed TERMS: CASH SNACK BAR AUCTIONEERS: COME EARLY — Gerald Finn. Ernest Vaughn, Howard Williams REGISTER GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Basement, Front Room, Private Household Sales and all other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 Consignment Auction Sat., May 5,1973; 11:00 a.m. (DST) BLEDSOE'S AUCTION HOUSE 560 S. Chambers, Galesburg, III. ANTIQUES - PRIMITIVES - SLEIGHS - BUGGIES Depression glass, pitchers, carnival glass dish, Shirley Temple type pitcher, bookends, cow bells, Tom Sawyer book, King Arthur book, kerosene lamp, several pieces of Ironstone, some milk glass, cylinder records, two Coke trays, twelve Coke glasses, antique bottles, coffee grinder, butter paddle and wooden articles, American Flyer Train, vinegar cruets, Beam bottle, kerosene bracket lamp, old antique bicycle (mfg. Peoria Bicycle Co.), several pitcher and bowl sets, two coal buckets, three lanterns, one railroad lantern, one hand churn, one electric churn, bottle capper, two old waffle irons, iron ship door stop, crockery water dispenser w/spout, two crock bedroom commodes, several crock Jugs, three gallon crock dasher churn, two old shaving mirrors, two wooden decoys, two hand carved Cassinl wall plaque ducks, three crocks, mixing bowls, several porcelain and glass pitchers, three horse clocks, carbide lamp, old peanut machine, kraut cutter, small iron clock, Willow Ware plates, three meat saws, sad iron heater, five old dolls, horse collar, old wooden coaster wagon with hand brake, old rug beaters, three ice cream freezers, (two) ten gallon and (one) twelve gallon crocks, old pictures, old mirrors, antique sled, assortment of iron dogs, five copper boilers (two with copper lids), fireplace tools, solid walnut organ with roll-top, nice old buffet, oak mission clock, luggage rack for old car, oak magazine rack table, oak lamp table with claw feet, oak rocker, oak straight chair, child's roll top desk, nice old walnut veneer dresser, old oak desk (hand-made 1914), three pine wash benches, two old trunks, old oak wardrobe, old Edison Victrola, banjo clock (nice), two old Brunswick Victrolas, lots of old~78 rpm records, oak commode with towel rack, two nice oak dressers, old hand pump Victor vacuum sweeper made in 1800's, small walnut table, oak wardrobe with drawers and mirror (nice), flower pes- tal, burl walnut chest, old medicine cabinet with towel bar, old oak kitchen cabinet, metal sewing rocker, two straight chairs with cane bottoms, three door sectional type book case, part of roll top desk, solid walnut bed, solid walnut dresser, oak flower stand, two childs' antique beds, one horse sleigh, one buggy with top, one buckbord buggy. Lots of misc. merchandise too numerous to mention. Auctioneers: Ralph Coffey, 342-8512 Clerk: Gene Stewart Dale Coffey 343-8365 Cashier: Lorraine Lynn Auctioneers and Owners Not Responsible For Accidents FURNITURE AUCTION As 1 am selling my home and residing In i nnrsing totte, I will sell my household goods at auction. Located on Mala Street, Avon, III. SATURDAY, MAY 5th 1 FM GE combination freezer and refrigerator. 3 vrs. old; GE electric stove; Dining room suite complete with table, four chairs and buf* fet; Two good living room suites; Five piece bedroom suite; Four piece bedroom suite; Kneehole desk and chair; Blonde coffee table and two step end tables to match; Chest of drawers; Gateleg end table; Antique barrel chair; Antique chest of drawers: Kitchen table and four chairs; Throw rugs; Sewing machine; Telephone stand; Odd chairs; Rockers; Magazine racks; Fern stands; Card table; Lawn chairs; Hassocks; Music cabinet; Window fan, new; GE sweeper; Porch swing; Clocks; coffee maker; Toaster; Electric skillet; Lamps; Silverware; Set of dishes; Suitcase: Pictures and frames; Ice cream freezer; Linens; Some quilts; Bedding; Hand tools; Some garden tools; Numerous other articles. TERMS — CASH LOWELL BUCK, Auctioneer Not Responsible For Accidents JACK GORDON, Clerk LENA C. MARK PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1973 11:00 A.M. ANDOVER RETREAT CENTER (Formerly Andover Children's Homo) ANDOVER, ILLINOIS Because of needing the additional room and space for our Retreat Center work, we have decided to hold a sale of the following items located at the Center one mile west on Rt. 81, then one mile south-of Andover. ANTIQUES Walnut dresser with mirror and marble top; old rockers; library tables; oak lamp tables; old round-backed ornate figured couch; round oak pedestal tables (some 48" & 54" tables); cane seated chair; matching oak chairs; telephones; Victrola; large ornate table; floor lamps; fruit jars; crockery and glassware pieces of all kinds; piano stool; platform scale on wheels; paper press; old books; old sets of encyclopedias; old Buddy L. metal trucks; horse trailer; wheelbarrow; large metal 3-pc. riding train set; Lionel train sets with track layout about 10'xl5' and lots of misc. track; American Flyer train sets (2 newer models, 1 very old model); all kinds of old tin toys, wood golf clubs; old Erector sets; wood doll house; toys; old doll cradles. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Like new 24" color TV (used very little); black and white TV sets; radios; occasional chairs; desks & half desks; dressers; chests of drawers; lamps; end tables; record players; 78 records; hair dryer; piano bench; typist desk with chair; Slim Gym; large play house: ice skates; roller skates; games; puzzles; toys of all kinds; band instruments; doll house. HORSES & EQUIPMENT 1 Palamino mare; 1 Palamino gelding; 1 half Arabian gelding; 3 Shetland pony geldings; 2 horse saddles and equipment; pony saddles and equipment; plus many more items too numerous to mention. TERM: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Auctioneers: Stenzel's Auction Service J. Albert Stenzel — 526-88^3 — Orion Russ Anderson Elmer Stenzel Robert Lindsey — 476-4101 — Andover Lunch Stand by Friends of Andover Retreat Center PUBLIC AUCTION OF Antique Cars, Model T Ports To be held in the Warehouse at 735 South 1st St. in Monmouth, III .on MAY 6, 1973 Starting Promptly at 1:00 p.m. the Following CARS 193S Plymouth 2-door sedan; 1927 Model T Ford sedan; 1919 Model T Touring Ford, in perfect condition. TRACTORS 1935 or 1936 Case tractor. RADIATORS Oakland, Model 7, Chevrolet; extra radiator shrowd. MOTORS 1915 Model T block, all aluminum with hog heads; 1917 Model T motor with brand new pistons; 2 Model T luggage carriers for running board; Model T intakes; exhaust manifold; 30 Model T coils; three cherry wood steering wheels; 1915 cherry wood steering column; aluminum hood; seat cushions for Model T, in good condition; 15 Model T universal joints; 4 starters;" generators; carburetors; heads and spindles; 2 matching side lights; side light; 2 ignition switches for 1921 and 1922 Model T's; 2 coil boxes; misc. tail lights; 2 Model T spiders; 14 in. and 13 in. steering wheels; 3 misc. blocks; rear ends; brass radiator accessories; 4 chassis; 8 Model T chassis; 1914 radiator tank, all brass; 1926 Model T motor; S gasoline tanks, round and oval for Model T; 2 metal fire walls for 1923, 24 and 25 Model T's. The above parts have not been restored. This is only a partial listing, as there are hundreds of various parts. Be with us on sale day for this unusual opportunity, you will not be disappointed. Red Arrow press—Shop Press 20 Ton, 4,000 lb.; Motor crane it an engine stand — all like new. TERMS — CASH DON R. ALEXANDER, Owner WM. PORTER and ED BURNS, Auctioneers 211 W. FIRST AVE., MONMOUTH, ILL.. 734-7217 FURNITURE AUCTION CORBIN'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE 565 N. West Street FRIDAY, MAY 4th -- 1:00 We will sell approx. 10 rooms of furniture consisting of APPLIANCES: G.E. No frost double door refrigerator, modern Coronado refrigerator with large freezing unit, G.E. 30'' electric range with automatic timer, Frigidaire electric range, gas range West Bend automatic humidifier, Eureka roll-around Princess sweeper, Kenmore tank type sweeper, G.E. electric knife and scissors sharpener, R.C.A.-Vlctor deluxe table model radio, combination radio and record player, matching pair Frigidaire Bronx* Tone Automatic Washer and Electric Diyer, small electrical appliances for the kitchen, Hoover sweeper, Singer No. 319 zig-zag sewing machine. DINETTE SETS: Chromcraft 5-pc. round dinette with 2 extension leaves, 24" cabinet base, 30" bronzetone metal China cabinet with sliding glass doors, Cosco tables, 5-pc. chrome dinette set, wooden kitchen table and 4 chrome chairs, pots, pans, dishes, 3-pc. drop­ leaf dinette. BEDROOM FURNITURE: 3-pc. hard rock maple bedroom suite consisting of double dresser and mirror, chest of drawers, chair back bed complete with box springs and innersprlng mattress, metal wardrobe, hard rock maple chest on chest, maple bookcase bed equipped with foam rubber mattress and foundation box spring, twin size maple bed complete, 2 chests of drawers, bedding closet, matching vanity dresser and chest of drawers with Hollywood bed frame and spring clothes hamper, 5-pc. solid cherry bedroom suit consisting of dresser and mirror, vanity with mirror and bench chest of drawers and bed equipped with box- springs and innersprlng mattress, boudtour lamps, 12 new stereo tapes. LIVING ROOM FURNITURE: walnut drop-leaf gate leg table, kneehole desk, 2 Windsor chairs, magazine rack, M" traditional tola like new, matching step-end and cocktail tables, 2 walnut lamp tables, table lamps, floor lamps, larger office desk, vinyl covered TV chair, vinyl covered swivel rocker club and occ. chairs, pinup lamp, 9x12 oriental rug, 9x12 wool rug, rattan table, early American recliner, swivel chair. DINING ROOM FURNITURE: 7-pc. limed oak dining room suite consisting of crezenda buffet, drop-leaf extention table and 5 side chairs, set of dishes service for 12, 100's of other small items. Owners, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Blaine & Others CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE — Phone 343-9031 Auctioneers: COOK and WOODS Clerk: DELENE COOK Cashier: M. W. KENT AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a Urge sale of exceptionally nice furniture end appliances. If you need furniture, don't miss this sale as U will be held rain or shine. Read the Want Ads

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