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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 5, 1973
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Market Reports Today RALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Market; fully 50c lower. No. 1-2: 200-230 $32.25-$32.50 Quotations: No. 1-3: 200-230 $37.00-$37.25 No. 1-3: 230-280 ...$36.00-$37.00 No, 2-3: 260-300 ....$34.25-$36.00 Packing Sows: $31.00-$32.60 CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET -HOGSVolume: 2,600. . Butcher Trend: 25-50C lower than the best time yesterday. No. 1-2: 200-225 $38.75-$39.10 No. 2-4: 190-240 $38.25-$38.75 240-270 __ $37.25-$38.25 280-300 $36.00-$36.75 Sow Trend: steady to 25c lower. 300-500 ........ $33.25-$34.75 —CATTLE— Volume: 350. Market Trends: Steers steady. Heifers steady to 25c higher. Slaughter Steers: Choice 950-1150 $46.50-$46.90 , 1150-1300 ....... $46.00-$46.35 Mixed Good and Choice 950-1300 $44.00-$46.00 Slaughter Heifers: Choice 900-1050 $45.25-$46.75 Mixed Good and Choice 800-1000 $44.00-$46.50 Cows: Utility and Commercial ...$30.00-$33.00 Cutters $27.00-$30.00 Canners $24.00-$28.00 Bulls: Utility and Commercial _,.$36.00-$43.00 St, Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 6,500; 50-75 lower; 100 head No 1-2 200-220 lb 39.Q0; No 1-3 200-230 lb 38.50-38.75 ; 230-250 lb 38.00-38.50. Cattle 1,500; slaughter steers fully steady; slaughter heifers uneven, mostly steady; choice steers 950-1200 lb 4fl.00-47.00; mixed good and choice 45.0046.00; good 42.60-45.00; choice and prime heifers 8504000 lb 45.00; choice 8004080 lb 44.0045.00; mixed g|ood and choice 42.50 - 44.00; good 39.00 * 42.50; choice vealers 58.0044.00; good 54.00-58.00. Sheep 250. Firm Calms Growing Fear Of Recession NEW YORK (UPI) - Lionel D. Edie & Co. sees much "uncertainty" lannong investors, consumers and businessmen sfceimiming lErom "fears of inflation, tight money, high interest rates and fuel shortages." The company says that while concerns about an economic dip next year "are admittedly real," it points to signs now that itftie economy already is slowing down. Still, it adds, "an early slowdown need not be viewed as a prelude to a recession or extreme sluggishness in the economy in 1974." Stanidlard & Poor's Corp. says the investing community is "clearly ... skeptical" these days and "will need reassurance in the period immediately ahead that economic policy makers are holding restraints within reasonable bounds." It adds that barring evidence along this line, "the market is likely to remain on the defensive," It suggests that the stock market apparently "has discounted" much of the "downshift in ... economic expansion" that seems to be ahead and adds that "what is of growing concern is the possibility of over-reaction by economic policymakers, with resulting overkill." ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A targe 47-57, medium 41-53, small 3244; B large 42-53. Hons ice-packed broilers and fryers 39.00-40.50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A large 3840, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 400; limited volume steers and heifers steady; VA loads choice and prime steers 47.75; limited volume choice 46.50-47.50; good and choice 45.25-46.50; choice with few prime heifers 46.25-46.75, few prime 47.00; choice 45.0046.25. Hogs 5,000; 50-75, mostly 1.00, lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 38.5039.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 38.0038.50, No 2-3 230-260 lb 37.5038.00, 260-290 lb 36.50-37.50, 290300 lb 35.50-36.50; No 24 300-330 lb 35.00-35.50. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 19,000; mostly 50 lower; No 1-2 200-230 lb 37.75, few 38.09; No 1-3 200-235 lb few 240 lb 37.25-37.75, few 37.00; No 1-3 230250 lb 36.75-37.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 36.00-36.75. New York Stocki NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 9V« Inland Stl 31 AVd Chem 32% IBM 3)1 Alld Mills 19% Int Harv 27% AM Strs 25 Int Nick 2ft'A Allis Chal 8'/4 Alcoa 59 Am Air 14 Am Can 32% Am Cyan 2VA AmElPwr W/\ Am Mtrs 7 Am T&T 50% Anaconda 17% Ahsl Oil 25 Atl Rich 82 Avco 9'/2 Bea Fds 23 Bendix 35 Beth Stl 28% Boeing WA • Borden 21% Int Paper 34 Int T&T 33% Iowa P&L 23 Johns-Mn 22 l A Kennecott 23% Keys Cons 14 Kresge 37 Kroger 16% Lib McN 4% Litton Vk Lockhd 6'/ fl Mar Oil Wk Maytag 26% Merck 86'/z Minn Min 81% Mobil Oil 65 Vi Monsanto Sl'/z Cap C Bdg 35V4Nat Bis 42% Oatplr 55% Olin Corp 13'/ 8 Celanese 30 Cen II Lt 22«/ 2 Cen Tel 23 Cessna 2VA Chrysler 27!4 Cities Svc 44% Outbd M 34 Owens-til 32% Penn Cen 1% Penney 81 Pepsi Cola 79% Pfizer 41% Coca Cola 136'/ 2 Phil Pet 49 Colum Gas 2WB Procter G 98 Vz Comm Ed 32'/4 Quak Oat 35% Comsat 45V2 Cons Ed 23% Cont Can 26% Cont Oil 32% CPC Inti 30 Dana 30V4 Deere 38% Du Pont 166% Eastman 129% Exxon 94V4 Firestone 19 Ford Mtrs 56% Std Bds 52 Fruehauf 27V 4 SO Irid 87^ Gam Sko 2Wz Stvns JP 27'/* Gen Dyna 17% Stude 37V4 RCA 25Vs Rep Stl 24% Revlon 63% Safeway 30% St. Regis 37% SanFelnd 23% Sears 96y 8 Shell Oil 49% Simmons. WA So Pac 29% Sperry 36% Joliet Livestock JOLIET, III. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 100; not enough to establish market. Hogs 700 ; 50-75 lower; No 1-2 200-220 lb 38.50-39.00; No 1-3 200-250 lb 37.50-38.50; No 2-3 250-270 lb 37.00-37.50. Wednesday estimated receipts 2,000 cattle, 800 hogs. Mercantile Exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Beef Cattle 47.87 47.25 47.35 47.82 48.05 47.40 47.42 47.75 47.80 47.05 47.05 47.35 47.85 47.15 47.17 47.42 48.02 47.35 47.35 47.52 47.25 46.80 46.85 46.75 47.20 46.75 46.75 46.75 Hogs 40.45 39.80 39.87 40.50 41.60 40.90 41.12 41.55 41.00 40.20 40.27 40.80 40.10 39.10 39.10 39.60 40.50 39.60 39.72 39.95 41.00 39.80 40.02 40.50 39.37 38.00 38.30 38.75 39.80 38.75 38.85 39.00 39.87 38.75 38.90 39.40 Pork Bellies 58.57 57.02 57.25 58.22 57.95 56.32 56,55 57.70 57.20 55.70 55.70 56.95 56.72 55.40 55.40 56.55 56.55 55.35 55.35 56.45 Live Jim Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jim " Live Jun Jly Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jly Froen Jly Aug Feb Mar May The Alexander Hamilton Institute says the stock market's sizable plunge last week was the result of "new worries," such as "gathering economic storm clouds and talk of higher taxes." It doesn't feel that the market will "do much of anytlhing" pending action on so much , "unfinished business" facing it, particularly the Waitergate scandal. Blyth Eastman Dillon says some of the economic notes being sounded albout the U.S. economy "are ... out of tune with tiie basic strengths and prospects" of the economy. It says its "dissonant" note is that the economy "is probably closer to capacity output than has generally been assumed." It offers the observation that "a smoother transition to slower real growth without recession demands a redoubled attack on inflation through a multi-policy approach." Chicago Grain Range CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat, corn and soybeans were substantially higher at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat 2.99 Jly Sep Dec Jly Ssp Dec Jly Aug Sep Nov up 5% 2.95% up 7 2.88 up 4'/ 4 Corn 2.43 up 10 2.33% up 10 2.18 up 9V4 Soybeans 12.45 up 34 11.37% up 40 9.46'As up 40 6.99 up 21 Gen El 58% Gen Fds 23% Gen Mtrs 67% Gen Tel. 28% Gen Tire I8V4 Goodrich 21% Goodyear 25% Greyhnd 14% Gulf Oil 22% 111 Cent 18% 111 Pwr 28 Texaco 34ft Tex Inst 93% Un Carb 37 Un El 16% Utd Corp 8 US Gyps 21% US Stl 30 West Un 22 Wstghs El 34% Weyerh 57 Woolwrth 22% Grain Future* CHICAGO range: (UPI) - Grain Wheat Jly Sep Dec Mar May Corn Jiy Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jly Oats Jly Sep Dec Soybeans Jly Aug High Low Close Prev. 303V 4 285 288V2 293V4 298% 282 288 288% 293% 273% 280% 283% 292% 272% 276% 282% 289 269 272 279 243%. 236 243 233% 233% 228% 233 % 223% 218% 214% 218% 208% 219% 214% 219 209% 216% 211 216% 206% (old) 117% 113 115% 112% (new) 112 115 112% 115% 116 115 Stocks Move Higher Today On Exchange NEW YORK (UPI) - Bar gain-hunting following five consecutive declining sessions carried stacks higher in moderately active trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. Shortly before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had jumiped 8.21 to 894.12. Gainers outnumbered losers, 708 to 454, amonig 1,571 issues traded. Volume totaled about 7,100,000 shares, against 5,500,000 to noon Monday. Bendix Corp. was the most active, unchanged at 35 on 148,300 shares. Eastern Airlines was second, and slipped % to 9% on 148,100 shares, followed by American Telephone & Telegraph Co. warrants, which gained % to 5% on turnover of 88,600. Instewnenitation stocks de clined after a Wall Street columnist said a brokerage firm predicted a slowed growth rate for the industry. Hewlett Packard dropped 2%, and Perkin-Elmer 1%. Gold mining issues were weakened by profit - taking. Homestake Mining fell 1%, Campbell Red Lake 1%, and Dome Mines 1. Glamors advanced. Upjohn jumped 3%, Polaroid 2%, Walt Disney (ex-dividend) 1%, and Xerox 1%. Among higher computers and electronics, IBM gained 2%, Burroughs 1%, Motorola VA, and Westinghouse 1%. DuPont rose 1%, and Dow Chemical 1%. Getty added 2%, Kerr McGee 2%, as oils posted gains. Flying Tiger tacked on 1; other airlines made fractional 'gains. Motors and rails rose in fractions. Steels and aircrafts moved irregularly. Prices on the American Stock Exchange moved irregularly lower in moderately active trading. Ggiesburg Register-Mail ? Galesbupg, Nj, Tuesday; June 5, J9?3^ 1 9 Flextime System Allows Employes to Set Hours By ROZ LISTON NEW YORK (UP!) - Flextime, a movement begun in West Germany seven, years ago to free workers from fixed hours, has come to America after sweeping across the European community. Business Today More than a million Europeans in 5,000 companies and government organizations now determine their own starting and quitting times within a broad range of available hours The key for implementing the concept of variable hours lies in the Flextime system, a person- all time totalizer which records the net hours worked by each employe on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Each employe carries his own "key" resemlbling a plastic badge, which is inserted into time-recording system when the work period begins and removed at the end. He can arrange his starting and quitting hours with his em ployers, often without any supervision. Announces U.S. Entry Flextime Corp., a subsidiary of Germany's Hengstler Kg, pioneer of the Flextime program, recently announced its entry into the U.S. market. Headquartered in New York, the company plans to *hire between 150 and 200 employes to help American firms convert to a freer work-style. "The Flextime system Is only a small part of the whole package," said Bernhard Keppler, president. His team of American consultants will spend 80 per cent of their time working with top management, supervisors and employes to set up flexible hours at the beginning and end of each day, a "core time" period when all personnel must be on the job because of peak loads and the retraining of workers in critical areas. "Flextime Will Explode..." Willi Heller, worldwide managing director of Hengstler, predicted "Flextime will explode across the nation because American management is more aware of the problem of alienation and boredom among workers than European management." Industrial National Bank of Providence, R.I. and the Alexander Hamilton Institute in New York were the first Amierician firms to experiment with Flextime pilot projects. Each reported improved morale and productivity among employes and the reduction of short-term absenteeism. Tardiness was virtually eliminated because employes could work hours that fit their inner clocks. Twenty American companies already have decided to convert to the Flextime system, and the city governments of Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Inglewood, Calif., have introduced pilot programs in certain departments. BAR : CARPET SERVICE Installation, fteatretchiftg} Repairs — (Cigarette burns, learn*, rewcavlng). , REASONABLE RATS! Call 342-4650 GARAGE SALE; June 5 & 6 - f» - 4 849 E. lirrian St, Wooden clothes closet, clothing, baby clothes, bassinet, „ walker girl's 20 -ln. bicycle, dlsnes", " & ends. JOIN US FOH DISCOVERY IN V.B.S. THIS YEAR Crafts. Stories, Songs. Games. JUNE 11 - 15 Time 6:30 to 8:45 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Elm and Webiter Vacation Bible School NEW SPRING ITEMS Open Every Wednesday Wataga Congregational THRIFT SHOP NEW ITEMS EACH WEEK Old North School Basement •urd y - 'lira oi WANTED Housekeeping Personnel Immediately Will consider all applications. Applyl In Person 565 W. Main St. For Sole WOODED MOBILE HOMESITES 14 to 1 Acre in Size All Utilities Included. PH. 375-6712 WATAGA, ILL. A thought for the day: President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, "There is no indispensable man." OPEN HOUSE; All Day Tuesday; June S — 1 a.m. to 9 p.m. At GRIMES : 304 N. Swart* Abingdon, 111. Display of Noo-LUe' Natural Food Product! Oloda Natural Cotmeilbi Free Facials Also Sarah Coventry Jewelry ft Tupporware 118 121 123 116 118% 117 Sep Nov Jan Mar May 1290 1175 1114 1114. 946% 925 78 672 699% 642 692% 633 684 623 1180 1114 933 680 643 638 625 1212 10.74 906% 678 65//i! 652% 646 GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives, 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.35 New Corn .... $1.98 No. 1 Beans (old) ....$11.70 New . $6.37 READ THE WANT ADS! Big Backyard Sale Wednesday, June 6 385 N. Academy St. Nothing Sold Before Clothing, small children's through adult; several nice men's suits; 2 formals; complete drum set; portable TV; old dishes; nic-nacs, lots of misc. Large Garage Sale Tues., June 5th to 8 p.m. All Day Wed. June 6 1702 S. Seminary St. Rain or Shine Good clothing, boys & girls 3 to 14; Scout uniforms; men's, med. & tall to 42; ladies to 22>,i; drapes; tables; primatives; cup & saucer sets; pictures & frames; shaving mugs; full size antique iron bed; love seats; wash bench; books, barrels; &c misc. FOR SALE on TRADE For farm of any size, small home — big lot, North location, perfect size for older couple. Dick Da hi Alexis, 111. 482-3891 or 342-5234 ACREAGES FOR SALE In Altona 8 acres has utilities 2 story 3 bedroom home 3 bedroom ranch Tri level, with air LEO HAGER Broker, ANDY HORN Auctioneer, Salesman Appraiser 343-1738 Ph. 484-5993 3-FAMILY CARPORT SALE 1349 Lane Avenue WED., June 6 — 9-5 THURS., June 7 — 9-12 Twin size headboard, guitar case, clothing all sizes, games, nic-nacs, and misc. 10-FAMILY GARAGE SALE 1653 N. BROAD Tues.—4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wed.—9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Our termite inspection is on the house* YARD SALE Wed. 9 to 5 Thurs., 9 to 4 1322 S. Seminary Clothing, Baked Goods &• Misc. READ THE WANT ADS! For Sale Acreage BEST BUY On Black Top Just South from Altona • 6 Acre tract has utilities at $13,000 t 3 Bedroom Ranch —Carpeted, 2 cur gurago & basement. (2 baths, many extras OJI 2 acres landscaped and fenced. $30,000 • 3 Bedroom Trl-Level C'JII- jK 'led In. beautiful family room. central air, garage & basement, patio, will sell for $32,500. Cuiitiaet available. Cull 484-5993 for Appt. Leo Hager Broker. Auctioneer, Appraiser Basement Rummage Sale Thurs., June 7 Fri., June 8 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Galesburg Womens Club 516 N. Prairie BACKYARD SALE 364 North Academy WED., & THURS. 9 to 2 Clothing, dishes, lamps & misc. BIG YARD & PATIO SALE 1188 E. South SI. Tues. Eve- & Weds. June 4-6 Lots of dishes, nlc-nacs, collect- ..olts, Jewelry, all size cloinuifc. ladles large. Lou* of Avon and uilsc. items. We've been fighting tei> mites for 40 years. And find* ing them. Unfortunately, you jnay have termites now. We can let you know with an inspection that's thorough, dependable and free. If we find you do have ter-» jnites, we'll get rid of them with our professional and inexpensive process. Just call us: 342-4137. We'll make sura your World doesn't come crashing in on you, URMMIXK SIMPSQN-POWELSON LUMBER CO, 158 8. PralrU WARREN COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES, INC. LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY THURSDAY STARTING PROMPTLY AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON GARALD B. FISHER, MANAGER Phones: The Barn: 734-2916 Garald Fisher 734-6611 Marvin Haase 734-3937 Advance Listings For Thursday, June 7, 1973 30 Choice sfteere, wt. airound 450 lbs., weaned, been an grass. 25 Choice heifens, wt. airmmd 500 lbs., weaned, been on grass. 12 Good to Choice heifers, wt. wound 600 lbs. 28 Choice steers, wt from 600 to 750 libs. 173 Hamp. Shoats, wt. around 75 lbs. 145 Crass 'bred Shoaits, wt. 'from 40 to 50 lbs. Warren County Livestock Auction, Inc. MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS Located 2 miles north of Monmouth on Route U.S. 67 Phones: The Barn, 734-2916 Marvin Haase, 734-3937 Area Code 309 Garald B. Fisher, 734-6611 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. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 5 Community Pest Control Spring Clean-Out Special Average Size Home Roaches Water Bugs Ants, Fleas Service Operator Carl A. Haneghan Phone 342-1694 $ 16 95 NEEDED For EXECUTIVE 4 or 5 BEDROOM HOME ^ $50,000 or Over Please Call 343-6121 TUCKER-SW ANSON REALTOR B&B CATTLE CO. Burlington Northern Monmouth, III. Stockyards Ph. (309) 734-5181 ARRIVING THIS WEEK 140 Angus Yearling steers, avg. wt. 650 lbs. 60 Angus & Angus W.F. steers, avg. wt. 500 lbs. 100 Angus steer calves, avg. wt. 425 lbs. 150 Angus Yearling heifers, avg. wt. 575 lbs. ' ' 90 Angus & Angus W.F. heifers, avg. wt. 500 lbs. 100 Angus heifer calves, avg wt. 425 lbs, MIKE BRENNAN JOHN WEAVER 734-3106 734-5426 NOTICE ALEXIS TELEPHONE CUSTOMERS ~ The letter you received concerning service improvements and dial instructions was incomplete. Please,'add the following dialing instructions. The DDD access code will change from 116 to 1. The Operator access code will chapge from 119 to 0. Continental Telephone Co. of Illinois PUBLIC SALE of DEPRESSION GLASS, ANTIQUE GLASS and MISCELLANEOUS Having decided ta discontinue our collection of glass, tye will hold a sale on SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1973 11:00 SHARP 513 NORTH 9th STREET, CUBA, ILLINOIS DEPRESSION GLASS: There are over 450 pieces of Depression glass and 28 patterns, we have 22 pieces ot American Sweetheart in pink; Holiday butter dish, plates, cups and creamer; Pink Optic creamer and sugar; Pink Sharon and Amber Sharon in plates, cereal,, saucers, sugars, creamers, pie plates, deep dishes; Bubble pattern in blue and clear glass consisting of plates, cups, saucers, sauce dishes; Cubist creamer and sugar; pitcher and 8 glasses to match in Depression carnival; Amber Depression glass hat, very unusual; 1 set Iris fruit bowl and fruit dishes; 1 Iris pitcher and 6 goblets to match; various pieces of Cherry Blossom; Columbia butler dish and other pieces; New Century green creamer and sugar, hard to find; 54 pieces clear glass Manhatten pattern; 1 pair green Depression vases; 10 Dogwood sandwich plates; dark blue water pitcher; dark blue creamer and sugar; Amber mixing bowls; pink and green candy dishes; pitcher and 8 glasses, amber; and much, much more including salt and pepper sets; nappies; deep dishes; candle sticks; jelly dishes; platters; divided dishes,; cake plates; sherberts; and sandwich plates. ANTIQUE GLASS; Child's fruit bowl and 6 fruit dlshesi- clear glass child's punch bowl and 6 cups to match, both sets perfect; yellow carnival butter dish, purple carnival footed dish, Doth in Rose design and perfect; pres-cut creamer and sugar; Leuchenburg Germany creamer and sugar, perfect; 1 piece Saxony gra,vy, boat and tray; rose bowls: leaded glass water pitcher with silver spout; Shirley Temple pitcher; Westward Ho compot and lid, perfect: mustache cup and saucer to match, perfect; Bavarian creamer and sugar; black milk glass vase and dishes; Fostoria creamer end sugar; Hen on the Nest; 1 pair bull dog candy containers 3" high; various pieces In milk glass In white and black; china celery dfsh, numbered: 2 Meakin plates Indian Trail pattern: deep dish, Job's Tears pattern; old ice cream dishes; Royal Ruby creamer and sugar; German made dish with Peacock In bottom; beautiful deep dish with roses: Jardonier; large porcelain platter, Woodlawn design deep dish, Briar pattern, both from England; plain glass sher­ berts, very old; Ironstone platters and other pieces of Ironstone; Meakin tureen camphor; glass powder box with elephant on lid; and other items. MISCELLANEOUS: Amber fruit jars; mall box; old bottlei; antique dresser; steam irons: old kerosene lamps; 1 bracket, lamp, complete: old railroad lantern; insulators of various sizes, shapes and colors; Searchlight alarm clock, pat. 1910; man's old gold watch, design bird sitting on fence; ladies' lockets, very old; old sod irons; child's cast iron stove, perfect; lavatory; 50 gallon barrel; l/.'J hp. G.K. electric motor; 1 brand new 3 track aluminum storm window 68^x37',i; 5 wooden storm windows 72x38'/«; 3 wooden storm windows, 6B 3 ,'*x:iTVj; 2 wooden screens 41x10^; and many more miscellaneous articles found In a dispersal sale. TERMS: CASH. No property to be removed until paid for. Number system will be used. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch will be served. NOTE: If you're looking for Depression glassware, be here. Most all Items are in perfect condition. MR. and MRS. AL SCHWARTZ, Ownirt DONALD L. WOLF — Aucllonet*

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