Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 17, 1973 · Page 11
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 17, 1973
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WANT ADS SAY IT BEST! PHONE DAILY NEWS 362-2622 AILY NEWS Noticts 71 WEDNESDAY, p nBt > 11 JAN. 17, 1973 "8" " 1 or 2 days 11c per word Three days 17c per word Four days 22c per word Five days 25c per word Each added day . . 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are for consecutive insertions of same ad. Bookkeeping charge of 50c for credit. $1 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. Help Wanted Wtf 2 WANTED: Full-time person for livestock and grain farm. Must have own home in or near Estherville. Prefer experience. Call 362-2085. 71-5-2 HELP WANTED: Farm assistant, married and experience with livestock and large machinery. Modern house separae farm. Write in care of Box 57 FA, Estherville Daily News. 70-3x-2 Jobs Wonted WANTED: Upholstery to do in my home. Superior 858-2432. 69-3-3 Will do babysitting in my home. References. 362-2188. 69-4x-3 For Rent Notices 6 Root Estate 8 For Sale 10 Lost And Found 16 OUR SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED! We have completely sold out our supply of the colorful IOWAN ENGAGEMENT CALENDARS! However, If you order tfOW WE CAN STILL OBTAIN ONE FOR YOU. No limit on number of copies, but Jan. 31 is deadline for ordering. ONLY $2,00 EACH, EACH PICTURE |S SUITABLE FOR NAMING. ATTENTION PARENTS Have your boys and girls come to Moore's D-X with their extra stamps and TRADE with other boys and girls_ 71-2-6 Single Copies Of The Daily News Are Available At Estherville Drug Gardston Hotel Harold's Red Owl Hoye Rexall Drug HyVee Store Smitty's Super Valu 71-1-6 JUST LISTED Same owner for many years. *4 bedroom, livingroom, dining- room separate, carpeted. Large kitchen with eating area. IV2 bath, patio, new wiring and copper pipe. Double garage 26x22. All oak woodwork. Rec-room In basement. Beautiful home. Close in. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph. 2-4723 2-2494 2-3137 2-4820 2-5274 69-3-8 FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. 362-2437. 71-3-8 Who Does It 9 We have proved better cleaning does not cost you more. Try us! CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 71-1-9 YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE Not how cheap, but how good "TRY us and see" PARIS CLEANERS Phone 362-3314 FREE pickup and delivery 71-3-9 Formica countertops and cabinets. Phone 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 49-tf-9 Farm FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home in Estherville available soon. Phone Spencer, 262-2236. 67-tf-5 FOR RENT: Nice 5 room apartment in downtown Estherville. Available Jan. 15. Phone 3625489 or 336-1229. •'- • ••••(•' 62-tf-5 FOR RENT: 3V2 bedroom home at 206 Central. Call 362-5855. 69-5-5 FOR RENT: Apartment, partly furnished. Skyline Motel. 3629026. 24-tf-5 FOR RENT: 2 - room upstairs apartment. Close in. 362-5265. 65-tf-5 FOR RENT OR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Choice location. First floor carpeted. 362-4335. 68-3-5 FOR RENT: 4 bedroom house. 362-4386. 67-5X-5 FOR RENT: 3 room upstairs apartment, partially furnished. Katherine Skow, 362-4247. 70-3-5 FOR RENT: 2-bedroom mobile home. No pets. Cozy Grove Motel, 362-5027. 70-2-5 SNOWMOBILES 1971 Moto Ski. 634 cc. 18" track w-electric start. 1970 AMF Ski-Daddler. 19 H.P., 15" track. 1970 Rupp. 634 cc,-18" track. 1972 AMF Ski-Daddler. 634 cc, electric start. 300 miles. J. D. WEBB IMPLEMENT 71-1-7 USED TRACTORS Dl 1206 D. w-cab and heater. IH 806 D. w-wide frt. IH 706 D. .-. E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. ••>• • n - • - > - 5 -71-1-7 Don't grind your gears, Shift to Case today! B & B IMPLEMENT CO. Estherville, Iowa 70-2-7 Authorized dealer for John Deere Snowmobiles and Ski Kart snowmobile trailers. J. D. WEBB IMPLEMENT 70-1-7 Real Estate 8 Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 INCOME TAX PREPARATION. Personal $5 and up; farm, business. Day and evening appoint-, ments, Dean Higgins, Acct., Call 362-5277. 57-tf-6 AILY NEWS 67-tf-6J For Sale 10 Newer large 3 bedroon home. Located on extra large lot. 3rd bedroom Is large upstairs dorm type. Kitchen with loads of birch cupboards and good size eating area. Large carpeted living room. Exceptionally nice and dry' rec. room in basement. This house has had excellent care and reasonably priced. Contact Tex for more details. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eves. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 65-3-8 NO! YES! NO! YES! If you are undecided, see this lovely spacious 3 bedroom home. Full bath with lavinette and x k bath in basement. Also carpeted and paneled family room Then it would be YES all the way. Quick and easy walk to school. The family will love this new listing. Call us today. TIMMINS AGENCY REALTORS Office Phone 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 2-4783 67-3-8 FAMILY PLEASER Has 3 bedrooms, IV2 baths, carpeted livingroom and dining- room, spacious kitchen, full basement, garage and close to schools. Call us today. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 2-2123 Vernon Clark Res. 2-2346 G. Tostenson H. Croner 69-3-8 OWNER MOVING A very nice 2 bedroom home with apartment in basement, 1325 4th Ave. N. Drive by and give us a call. CLAIR CLARK REAL ESTATE 1737 Central Ave. 362-4844 71-2-8 HOME PLUS INCOME We've just listed a 2-bedroom home and store combination. This would be great for the man that wants his own business. Located in a high traffic area. For more details call. BAKER REAL ESTATE Office 362-3230 2-2763 2-4414 2-3862 2-3490 70-3-8 Clean expensive carpets with the best. Blue Lustre is America's favorite. Rent shampooer $1. D & B Hardware. 71-2-10 OUR PAPER BACK BOOK SECTION growing with NEW PUBLICATION of the best in cover CHRISTIAN BOOKS 60 cents and up GOSPEL BOOK STORE 71-1-10 FOR SALE: 1 used black and white TV. Extra nice cabinet, perfect picture. 1 NEW RCA Portable stero-phono. Good discount on this machine." '" JOY'S WESTERN AUTO ;OT'-' 71-2-10 McCleary's big WINTER CLEARANCE SALE. Save up to x k price and more! Get the most for your money. McCLEARY'S 71-3-10 FOR SALE: Playpen, car seat, 2 child's walkers. Brand new 8 track Stereo tape, speakers and tapes Included. 362-3042. 70-3-10 8 Track Stereo Tapes, top artists. 100 per cent Guaranteed. $3.99. GAMBLES in Estherville 17-tf-10 FOR SALE: Complete set of new standard edition of encyclopedia. Phone 362-4193. 70-2x-10 DECORATING CENTER We still have 100 patterns of wallpaper in stock. MANY REDUCED toVfe PRICE All Fine Quality. Don't forget our Craft Cellar. 66-8-10 FOR SALE: 9* x 15' linoleum, gold brick design. Brand new, still in roll. 362-2131. 70-2-10 Sewing Machine tune-up special from the specialist. We will oil, adjust tension, clean race of any make sewing machine for $2.00 this coming Thursday. (THURS. ONLY) North Iowa Sewing Machine, across from Gibson, Estherville. 70-1-10 FOR SALE: 1965 Ford VanEcon- oline. 1972 refrigerator 12 cu. ft. free of frost, $175.00. Bedroom set, solid oak 4 poster cannonhall. 1967 Scorpian snowmobile. Call 362-2916. 68-5x-10 CHILDREN'S COAT SALE Our entire stock sizes 3-14 NOW V4 off regular price. Downstairs store. CHRIS TENSEN'S 67-2-10 Would like to trade 2 nice snowmobiles, 1970 models complete with covers and new double trailer, for clean camper trailer, self contained. 362-5984 after 6. 70-2-10 FOR SALE: Used set of four Wilson irons, two woods and putter. Plus new bag and cart. $80.00. Call after 6 p.m. 3622800. 70-tf-10 A collector's item — the winter issue of The Iowan Magazine, featuring a 4-page spread on Estherville's Winter Sports Festival. 11 Pictures. Daily News Office. 64-tf-10' LOST AND FOUND Crisis and Referral Center Inc. Estherville, Iowa 7 Days a Week—8p.m. to 2 a.m. Free and Confidential "Problems Carry No Age Limit" Call 362-5897 For Someone Who Cares and Listens 17-tf-16 Sporting Goods 18 FOR SALE: Man's 42-44 snowmobile suit 362-3801. 71-3-18 FOR SALE: Ski Daddler snowmobile. 23V2 HP. Excellent running condition. Real sharp looking machine. First $300 takes it. Call after 5 p.m. 362-2730. 70-2-18 Automotive 11 MAKE SOMEONE SMILE AWHILE! Try A 0 PHONE 382-2622 DAILY NEWS! Want To Buy 20 WANTED: Youth bed. Phone after 4:30 p.m. 362-4690. 69-3x-20 WANTED: Stove wood, length 15". 362-4663. 69-5-20 Used Mdse. 25 FOR SALE: Two 14" Pontiac ' slotted chromes tires included. Phone after 6 p.m., 362-2495. 71-3-11 FOR SALE: 1961 Olds Dynamic 88. 4 dr. sedan. Regular fuel, V-8. Straight transmission. Good mechanical condition. Call Superior 858-2423 or Contact Norm, Motor Inn. .„ v 71-2-11 FOR SALE: 2 good used 7.75x 15 4-ply studded black tbls. Ideal for pickup. 100 per cent sound. Only $29.95 pr.. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 71-1-11 FOR SALE; 1972 Volkswagen Super Beatle fully equipped. Gas heater. All new tires. Phone 3622207 after 6 p.m. Must sell. 71-3-11 BRADSHAW & SHORT INC. BUICK & CHEVROLET FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS 362-2657. 246-tf-ll Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 FOR YOUR WIRING NEEDS Farm, commercial and industrial, call 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 71-1-12 Don't do it yourself I To be sure of adequate wiring or electric installations, call on us. We sell, we service, we Install, we guarantee. MEYER ELECTRIC CO., INC. 71-2-12 Commercial - Farm - Residential Wiring. Garry's Electric. 362-2590. Garry Culbertson. 69-3-12 USED MERCHANDISE Very nice Philco Stereo. Large cabinet, new diamond needle. Was $179.00. NOW $99.95. FIRESTONE 2-3557 71-2-25 Beauty Aids 26 Lose weight safely and fast with X-ll Diet Plan $3.00. Reduce excess fluids with X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Guarantee. Estherville Drug. 71-3-26 Skin disorder? Try Toco-Derm Vitamin E cream 1260 IU per tube at Hy-Vee Pharmacy. 69 -3X -26 Food News 29 V. F. W. Thurs., Jan. 18 Couples Steak Night $4.50 Per Couples $2.25 For Singles Serving 6:00-10:00 p.m. Members and their Guests POST 3388 ESTHERVILLE, IOWA 71-1-29 Auctions ' MONDAY, JAN. 22, 1:00 P.M. Quindel Bros, farm equipment auction. Location: 4 miles north and 6 miles west of Truman, Minn. Trucks, combine and corn head, tractors, camper, machinery, tractor accessories. Auct.: Wedel & Kahler. Clerk: Peoples State Bank of Truman. PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Sam Bondhus, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 5083 NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT ADMINISTRATION TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Sam Bondhus Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 11th day of January, 1973, the last will of Sam Bondhus, deceased, bearing date the 8th day of April, 1969, was admitted to probate in the above named courtand there will be no present administration of the estate. You are further notified that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice or any such action thereafter will be forever barred. Dated this 11th day of January, 1973. Mary Petersen Clerk of the District Court By: Dorothy Welton, Deputy SEAL Anderson & Pelzer Attorneys for said Estate Date of second publication 24 day of January, 1973. (Jan. 17, 24, 1973) Sioux Valley Pins Defeat On Sutherland Sioux Valley pinned a 54-24 defeat on Sutherland at Linn Grove Tuesday night in a girls' game. The Sioux Valley girls rushed to a 13-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched it to 26-11 going into the locker room at halftinie. Sioux Valley built its lead to 44-17 going into the final quarter to breeze to its eighth victory of the season. Ann Cleveland led all scorers for the night by pacing Sioux Valley with 30 points. Sarah Patterson poured in 10 in the winning cause. Sandy Bind led Sutherland with 10. Sioux Valley is now 8-6 overall and 2-2 in Cornbelt action. Sioux Valley next travels to Sioux Rapids Friday night in a Cornbelt girls game. West Bend Romps Past Ayrshire West Bend swept a double header from Ayrshire in non-conference action at West Bend Tuesday night. The West Bend girls captured a 49-44 decision and the West Bend boys took the second game 68-54. In girls' action, West Bend jumped to a 12-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched it to 24-19 at halftime. West Bend, led by Pam Schuller's 30 points, built a 36-30 lead at the end of the third quarter. Vicki Kassel led the Ayrshire girls with 20 points. In the boys' contest, both teams were deadlocked at 16 apiece at the end of the first period but West Bend took a 32-28 advantage lead into the locker room at halftime. West Bend owned a 68-54 lead at the end of the thirdperiod and coasted to its non-conference victory. Roger Schmidt, Dave Mert and Charles Dahlhauser all had 14 points for West Bend. Terri Rouse paced Ayrshire with 19. West Bend next travels to Mallard Friday night In a Cornbelt Conference game. Petersburg Clubs, Circle Hold Meetings On Wednesday The Variety club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Charles Jonhson. Members present were: Mrs. Vernon Hanson, Mrs. Don Nielsen, Mrs. Harold Skow, Mrs. George Roggow, Mrs. Tom Morton and Mrs. Henry Applegate. Mrs. Harold Yonker entertained the Friendly Hour Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Members present were: Mrs. Rudi Soucek Sr., Mrs. Bud Ross, Mrs. Don Lamack, Mrs. Ronald Sands, Mrs. Cletus Heim, Mrs. Don Clarken and Mrs. Tom Moore. The Ruth Circle of the Union State Line ALCW met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Jack Tatman. Devotion was given by Mrs. Tatman, and Bible study was led by Mrs. Claude Rasmussen. Members present were: Mrs. Claude Rasmussen, Mrs. Roger Pell, Mrs. Bob Ringgenberg, Mrs. John Wetzler, Mrs. Arden Hades, Mrs. Arlln Mattisen and Mrs. Wally Brunsvold. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and family from Cannon Falls, Minn., were recent guests at the Harold Yonker home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wetzler and Douglas were recent guests at the James Wetzler home in Minneapolis. Bible study was held at the Martha Naomi Circle of the Union State Line ALCW Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bob Bute. Members present were: Mrs. Leonard Pluth, Mrs. Lloyd Nasby, Mrs. Edith Haarsager, Mrs. Alvin Knutson, Mrs. Leon Hanson, Mrs. Eldon Winter and Mrs. John Wahl. Dorcas Circle met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Harold Yonker. Devotion was given by Mrs. Yonker and Mrs. Albert Najt led in Bible study. Members present were: Mrs. Norton McCaughan, Mrs. Albert Najt, Mrs. John Wleskus, Mrs. JohnCly- mer, Mrs. L. L. Levell, Mrs. I. G. Pell and Mrs. Bob Samp. Mr. and Mrs. John Wleskus and grandchildren Susan and Sara Wleskus visited Sunday evening at the Francis Jensen home, A five-foot pelican Wei| 25 pounds has a skeleton thlt| weighs 23 ounces. 'H Recall 6,263 Markets At Chryslers Morrell Are Up Today DETROIT (AP) - Possible defects in steering systems or transmission assemblies have led to the recall of 6,263 Chrysler Corp. passenger cars. Chrysler said Tuesday that about 10 per cent of the 5,512 recalled 1973 Plymouth Satellites and Dodge Coronets and Chargers are suspected of having lower control arm pivot shafts which may have been heat-treated improperly. Failure to have the condition corrected could lead to a failure of the pivot shaft and loss of Steering control, Chrysler said. The recall of 751 1973 Plymouth Fury and Dodge Po- lara and Monaco models involves a possibly badly attached automatic transmission throttle linkage clip on cars equipped with 318 cubic inch V8 engines and automatic transmissions. The badly attached clip, suspected in 5 per cent of the recalled cars, could let the throttle slip wide open, Chrysler said. The auto firm said it had received no reports of accidents caused by either problem. Newly-Minted Medallions Distributed DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)S o m e 35,000 newly-minted Terrace Hill Preservation medallions were received by the Iowa Bankers Association here Monday and are being distributed to banks throughout the state tor sale to the general public, the association said Tuesday. The association said the medallions, struck by the Franklin Mint in Philadelphia, include 10,000 silver and 25,000 bronze coins. They will be used in part to redeem some 6,400 "gift certificates" sold at banks when the original supply of medallions ran out. The silver medallions cost$15 each and the bronze $2.50. The proceeds are given to the Terrace Hill Commission to refurbish the century-old Victorian home here as a historical site and future home for Iowa's governors. The total minting will be limited to 100,000 medallions to preserve their value, the association said, and more than 33,000 have been sold to date. 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes March Soybeans $4.27 March Corn $1.31 Oats 80c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable $40.75-$41.25 Choice Steers .... $40.25-$40.50 Good Steers $37.25-$38.25 Prime Heifers Quotable $39.00440.00 Choice Heifers .. $38.50-$39.25 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $32.00 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $32.50 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $33.00 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $31.50 Sows $26.25 STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS 10:30 A.M. Averages From FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY, Estherville REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 53% American Motors 8% Chrysler 41 Firestone 26% Ford 78% Gamble Skog 33% General Motors 80% Goodyear 31% Int. Funeral 5% Iowa Beef Packers 3lVi IEL&P 18% IP&L 24>/a MMM 85% Martin-Marietta 18% Mobil Oil 72% North. Nat. Gas 43% J. C. Penney 961/4 Pepsi Co 85% Rexall Drug 43V4 Sears 116% Texaco 39% United Brands HV4 U. S. Steel 32% White Motor 13% Winnebago 24V2 OVER THE COUNTER Artsway l&k-VflA Cont. Western Inc 13-13V2 General Growth 21Vs-22% Huck Finn 9V4 -9% Illini Beef 6%-7 1 A Kayot 9-9% Life Invest. 24-24%, Minerals Tech. 6% -8% Olix 2-2% Payless Cashway ... 32% -33% Pennzoil Off. Gas 8% -9 Spencer Foods 9% -10 Truck-O-Matlc tf/4-6% Dow Jones Avgs. up 4.52 Transportation up 2.63 Utilities up .19 Volume 9,180,000 Jane Fonda Divorced SANTO DOMINGO (AP) Actress Jane Fonda has obtained a quickie Dominican divorce from French movie director Roger Vadim, court sources report. They said Miss Fonda arrived here Monday under an alias and, with advance arrangements handled by a Santo Domingo law firm, obtained the divorce on Tuesday. 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