Cattle Are Up Today; Hogs Steady 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $3.72 Feb. Corn $1.27 Jan. Corn $1.25 Oats 80c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable $37.00-$37.50 Choice Steers .... $36.50-$37.00 Good Steers $33.50-$34.50 Prime Heifers Quotable $35.75-$36.25 Choice Heifers .. $34.75-$35.50 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $30.75 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $31.25 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $31.75 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $30.25 Sows S25.25 ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, WED., DEC. 20, 1972 Page 8 Apollo Astronauts Head Home for Christmas r tyiiQtations STOCK MARKET REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 51% American Motors 8 3/ ? Chrysler 38% Firestone 25 Ford 74% Gamble Skog 34V4 General Motors 80% Goodyear 30% Int. Funeral 5% Iowa Beef Packers 34% EL&P 18'/s IP&L 24% MMM 84% Martin-Marietta 18% Mobil Oil 69% North. Nat. Gas 41% J. C. Penney 91V4 Pepsi Co 86V4 Rexall Drug 50% Sears 113% Texaco 37Vs United Brands 11% U. S. Steel 31% White Motor 14 '/4 Winnebago 25% OVER THE COUNTER Arts way 16-16% Cont. Western Inc. .. 11%-11% General Growth 21%-21 '/8 Huck Finn 10%-10% Qlini Beef 5%-5% Kayot 7V2-8V4 Life Invest 27 5 /s-28 1 / 8 Minerals Tech 5-7 Olix 2-2% Payless Cashway ... 34 '/2 -35V2 Pennzoil Off. Gas 9%-10 Spencer Foods 7V4-8 Truck-O-Matic 4V4-4% PUBLIC NOTICE All interested persons are advised that construction on Federal Aid Secondary Routes 1109 & 1110, which is no County Route, is contemplated by the Emmet County Board of Supervisors. The location of the proposed projects is described as follows: Beginning at the center of Section 14-T99N-R32W East & North 1 mile to the NE Cor. Section 14- T99N-R32W. The work planned consists of grading and culvert construction in 1973, temporary gravel surfacing in 1973, and paving in 1975. The work will substantially follow the existing route. Additional information and a copy of the proposed Environmental Negative Declaration is available for inspection and study at the office of the Emmet County Engineer. If you have questions, you are urged to contact the County Engineer. Any interested person may request a public hearing be held with respect to the proposed project by delivering a written request to the County Engineer, Estherville, Iowa, by 3:30 P.M. (CST) the 12th day of January. In the event such a request is received, a further notice of time and place of hearing will be published. Also: All interested persons are advised that construction on Federal Aid Secondary Route 66, which is County Route A-34, is contemplated by the Emmet County Board of Supervisors. The location of the proposed project is described as follows: Between Sections 15-22, T98N, R32W, approximately 49.0 feet east of west section line. The work planned consists of removal of present 24'x23' I Beam bridge and replaced with a 75' x30' concrete slab bridge. The work will substantially follow the existing route. Additional information and a copy of the proposed environmental Negative Declaration is available for inspection and study at the office of the Emmet County Engineer. If you have questions, you are urged to contact the County Engineer. Any interested person may request a public hearing be held with respect to the proposed project by delivering a written request to the county engineer, Estherville, Iowa, by 3:30 P.M. (CST) the 12th day of January. In the event such a request is received, a further notice of time and place of hearing will be published. (Dec. 20 and 29, 1972) ABOARD I'SS TICONDEROGA (AP) - Back from the moon, their adventure behind them and history made, the men of the last Apollo are sailing toward home and a reunion with their familes four days before Christmas. The flight of the last, most perfect Apollo mission is over, after a space journey of 13 days. Apollo 17 astronauts Eugene A. C e r n a n, Ronald E. Evans and Harrison H. Schmitt rode the command ship America through a fiery entry into the earth's atmosphere Tuesday and a bobbing parachute fall to a perfect landing within sight of recovery ships. Plucked from a life raft and whisked to this carrier by helicopter for a bands-and-speeches welcome, the astronauts spent their first hours back on earth undergoing physical examinations by a team of space agency doctors. After a quick check, Dr. Charles K. LaPinta, the medical team leader, said, "I am very pleased with their condition — they look fine." Navy chefs aboard the Ticonderoga prepared a huge welcome-aboard cake and dinner in the officers' mess for the astronauts, the ship's officers and Navy brass and congressmen and senators on hand to watch the return of Apollo 17. After a day and a night aboard the Ticonderoga, the astronauts will fly from the carrier to Pago Pago, in American Samoa. There they will board another plane for a flight to Ellington Air Force Base, near the Manned Spacecraft Center outside of Houston, Tex., where their families await them. While the astronauts continued the cruise toward home, of ficials at the space center in Texas praised the flight as the most perfect of America's six moon landings. "I've never seen a more perfect mission than was flown on this flight," said Dr. Christopher C. Kraft, director of the Manned Spacecraft Center. "Certainly that crew was the best crew we've ever flown." In a statement on the completion of Apollo, President Nixon said the flight "marks the end of one of the most significant chapters in the history of human endeavor." Apollo 17's landing in the Pacific 400 miles southeast of Samoa was like the rest of the mission since launch — flaw- Ticonderoga. Among its cargo Also on board the America ILCC Ag Society Elects Officers The Agricultural MarketingSo- ciety of Iowa Lakes Community College held elections recently. The society is made up of students in the Feed and Fertilizer Marketing program at the south attendance center in Emmetsburg and provides a student with an opportunity to further his leadership training in sales experience as well as taking part in social events. The officers in the Freshman club are as follows: Board of directors, these students serve as chairmen in a rotational basis; Harold Borman, West Bend; Gary Strube, Estherville; Gary Ericksen, Albert City; Dan Cronin, LeMars; Bruce Henderson, Correctionville, treasurer; Dave Zeimet, Bode, secretary; and Gary Rupp, Quimby, Parliamentarian. The officers in the Sophomore club are: Board of Directors, Randy Ahrenstarff, Melvin; Bur ton Henderson, Plover; RodRa- Scui i Nor+h a. a a To Santa, 1 want a Frisky Donkey, future phone, art-a-matic, tape recorder, chip away, makes little shavers big shavers, ant farm, stero, drum set, snoopy watch, western dude scout set, deluxe lite bright, tool holster set, skat kat racer, road and rail set, GI Joe, candle making kit, shooting galiery, rockem sockem robote. Scott Shierk To Santa Clause, My birthday is a month before Christmas so I don't want very much for Christmas. I will be eight on my birthday which is Nov. 30th. Christmas list — alarm clock, clothes (size 8) guitar, gloves. Laura Kay Knode Dear Santa, We were good girls, I would like one blade ice skates and a Minnie Mouse watch. My sister would like a baby tender love. Thank you. Love, Jackie and Ann Dear Santa, I have been a good boy, I try to help my mother around the house, I help my dad too. For Christmas, I would like: Geronimo, battle board, army men and dinasaurs and cavemen. I will leave a cookie and milk for you Santa and a carrot for your reindeer. Love, Monty Myers Dear Santa, I would like some goggles and my mom and dad would like some too. I also want a fat track and some hot wheel cars, and a flash light. I would also like you to get get my little sister Tonya a Tiny Tears. I have been good all year except for a few things. Your pal, Troy Re iter Dear Santa, Thank you for the Fisher Price school-house you brought last year. This year I want a Fisher Price boat, GI Joe, Dr. Suess Talking Cat in the Hat. Please leave something for my dog, Muffin, I will leave you a cookie and some milk and a carrot for Rudolph. Love, Kyle Mace Dear Santa, I've been a good girl this year. I want bright red finger nail polish for Christmas and a tiny tears Baby doll too. Your friend, Tonya Busiest Day veling, Linn Grove; Clyde Rensink, Hospers; Bruce Richardson, Storm Lake, secretary; Steve Wright, Dickens, treasurer; and Dennis Grant, Sutherland, Parliamentarian. Iowa Lakes Comedy Set The drama department of Iowa Lakes Community College will present a play "The Fourpost- er" Monday, Jan. 15, 1973, at 8 p.m. at the south attendance center in Emmetsburg. The play is a comedy about the first 35 years of a married couple's life. The play in six scenes tells about a husband and wife from their wedding night in 1890 until they pack and move 35 years later. They fret and quarrel, laugh and cry and make love in the same room in which they began their married life. And throughout the evening, standing in the corner, is the old four- poster, scene of all their endearing memories. In the cast as Agnes is Mary Barry from Emmetsburg and Michael is Jim Fisher from Curlew. Both students have appeared in previous productions at Iowa Lakes Community College. The play has been a Broadway hit and the setting is from 1890 to 1925. Lee Beem is directing the production. Meeting Postponed The Home Bartending Course that normally meets on Thursday evening has been postponed until Jan. 18 at 7:30 in the previous designated location. The course is presented by the Adult and Continuing Education Office of Iowa Lakes Community College. NEW YORK (AP) American Telephone Telegraph Co. says it expects 11.5 million long-distance telephone calls to be placed on Christmas, which would make it the busiest calling day of the year. 50 EXTRllSTl GREEN STAMPS! With $2.00 or More Purchase and This Coupon Good Thru Wed., Dec. 27 One Coupon Per Car Per Week Please! 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