Monroe Evening Times from Monroe, Wisconsin on November 9, 1954 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX MONROE EVENING TIMES, MONROE, WISCONSIN. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1954 MONROE EVENING TIMES Classified Advertising SHOPPERS' GUIDI For Women 1 HATS — pastel velvets and felts, also dark colors. S3.95 and up. MILADY'S NEW SKIRTS Fashioned of taffeta, gabardine and wool in black or the new charcoal. THE STYLE SHOP SWEATERS by Old Colony—fine wools and nylon blends, all colors and styles. S3.95 and up. THE CHARM CENTER LADIES' SHORT COATS 30-inch winter weight, . special S25.95 BECKER'S LEADER STORE COSTUME JEWELRY Earring and necklace set. all boxed: also bracelets, scatter pins nnd earrings. DIXIE FROCK SHOP In Today SERBIN SWEATERS Slipm ,-'\5 and Cardigans of Fine "'-'ools, Nvlons and Imported Cottons. S3.98-S5.98 THE LINK STORE For Men 100% Virgin Wool MERRILL MAC JAC wool quilted lining, plaids and solid colors. S25 each. Also 100% Virgin Wool Merrill Shirts at $12 HYLAND'S SURPLUS STORE For Children SHOPPERS' GUIDE For The Home DU PONT CEL-O-GLASS. Ideal for storm windows, doors. Keeps out rain, snow—holds heat in. Light weight, easy to handle. 36 inches high, per running foot 44c WARDS FARM STORE Monroe Phone 639 FREE WESTINGHOUSE Sewing machines, portable or console. We also have Free Westinghouse with the popular zig zag attachments at prices below other makes. TSCHUDY'S LOOP 'N TUFT REVERSIBLE RUGS Soft warmth underfoot in bedroom or bathroom. Several sizes, many colors. DRAPERY HOUSE Good Tbinr* To Eat HOMEMADE MINCEMEAT Place your orders by phoning 1732 Monroe. Essie Montgomery. COFFEE CAKES and tea rings— so good for breakfast or afternoon luncheon. THE MONROE BAKERY SEBAGO EATING POTATOES S2 bushel: bring own container. J. H. Beightol. Twin Groye. Telephone 24 Juda. Day or night. YOUNG TURKEYS, extra fancy. Fresh dressed or live. Ideal for holiday menus. We deliver. Fred Neuenschwander, Orangeville, or Phone 924-2 Monroe. FRYERS, 25 cents per pound. Mrs. Ray Norder, Route 2, Phone 961-A Monroe. ADMIRAL TV Console model in rich mahogany cabinet, large 21-inch picture tube, all-channel $299.95 Other 21-inch sets available for as little as $149.95. MARTIN'S , Miscellaneous ELECTRIC COPING SAW For boys and girls 8 to 80 Only $6.95 BRUNI-MILLER MILL END WOOLEN MATERIALS Short Lengths Variety of Colors Suitable for Skirts, Coats and Suits Also Strips for Rug Making Drastically Reduced On Sale at ROCK RIVER WOOLEN MILLS 1405 Riverside St. Janesville Monday through Friday 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays 9 a. m. to 12 For The Home TRY the new DuPont Safety Floor Wax—it makes floors slip-retardant and safer to walk on because it is fortified with anti-slip Ludox. Green County Lumber & Fuel Co. Heat Tape Eliminate FROZEN PIPES 6-ft, 12-ft, 20-ft lengths -HEAT CABLE For Eaves Troughs Have them installed before the snow and. ice comes. Free Estimate ELECTRIC FREE TURKEY 10-12 Ibs, dressed and frozen Given with each CHROME DINETTE SET Come in to look at these attractive sets, selling far below the price you'd expect to pay for the quality. GAMBLE'S HELMSCENE ILLUMINATED . Scenic Pictures 3-D natural color Overall size 21x29 inches $19.95 complete .Select now for Christmas giving Haworth's Bake Potatoes faster and better with POTATO NAILS, 29c POTATO RACK, 79c BAUMAN'S Sportinr Goods ? BOATS—MOTORS—TRAILERS All types, new and used. SAFFORD'S SPORT SALES AND SERVICE L. J. SAFFORD. MGR. »526 Riverside Drive—Beloit, Wis. The Place On Rock River, Where You can "Try Before You Buy" ANNOUNCEMENT Personal WINDSTORM INSURANCE on farm property at low cost. No premium to pay until next October. J. B. Heeren & Son. •LONDII •Y CHIC YOUNG 1 HOW LATE ARE YOU GOING TO READ?1 CANt SLEEP WITH THAT LIGHT SHINING IN MY EYES \\'C I'LL PUT MV PILLOW > UP HERE BETWEEN US-I THATLL KEEP THE LIGHT Vr FROM SHINING - ON YOU FOR SALE LIVESTOCK Cattle, Horsei, Hogs, etc. 20 FOR SALE FOR SALE ABtomobDea. Track* HEIFER, first-calf Holstein, nice udder and calf; also Holstein springer, five years old. Will trade for butcher cattle. Telephone 930-N Monroe. BOARS — commercial Hampshire and Spotted Poland China, prices reasonable. Walsh Bros.. Beloit. COWS, heifers, fresh heifer 18 months old and yearling bull. Carl Figi, Route 2, Juda. PUREBRED DUROC BOARS Cholera immuned. Full brother of Grand,Champion boar of Ohio. Sheldon DeVoe, Browntown. FEEDER PIGS, weighing from 40-70 pounds. Andrews* Bros., Argyle, Wis. Phone 2696, Darlington. PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE BOARS From large litters Top bloodlines BERNARD FRIEDRICH Route 2, Phone 21-9 Juda USED CARS and TRUCKS 30 FEEDER PIGS, 11 weeks old. Frederick Rupp, phone 941-2 Monroe or Emil G. Voegeli, telephone 243 Monticello. CHESTER WHITE farmers' type at farmers' prices. Arnold Fryer, two miles west of Cedarville, 111. Card of Thank* 13 APPRECIATION I wish to thank the Sisters, nurses, nurses' aides, Dr. Irvin. Dr. Baumle. Rev. Flak and all who sent flowers, gifts, and cards and all who visited me at St. Clare hospital and while convalescing at home. MRS. NEIL SWIGGUM APPRECIATION I wish to thank the doctors. Sisters, nurses, nurses' aides, neighbors and friends who sent cards, flowers and gifts to make my stay at the hospital more pleasant. EDWARD SCHLITTLER. Business Service 15 LUMBER SAWING Accurate lumber sawing on your farm; insured for safety. SI'S SAWING SERVICE Si Havey, Rt. 1, Ph. 4-3380 Madison PIANO TUNING, repairing. Telephone 1350 Monroe or write Russell W. Warriner, Box 373, Beloit. ROOFING, SIDING. INSULATION Call Lee Becker, 162-M representing Adams Roofing Co. Janesville AUTO BODY AND FENDER repairing, complete refinishing New Body Co.. Phone 255. AIR CLEAN and spray your barn interior with Tykor Sano-white or Western spray lime. For estimate Phone 946-U Monroe. Oliver Gilbertson and Son, Route 4. FOR SALE LIVESTOCK Cattle. Hones. He«. ete HAMPSHIRE STOCK HOGS, $65 JOE JONES Route 1, Phone 159 Juda PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE Boars, blood tested. Glen Stamm, Route 1, Phone 1714 Orangeville. BOARS, purebred Spotted Poland, large and rugged. Lowell Myers, Phone 918 Orangeville. BERKSHIRE BOARS, 30 head to choose from. Gilbert Pa veil or John and Holland Hay, Phone Warren, 111. CHESTER WHITE PUREBRED BOARS. Anton Moest, Orangeville. HI. HAMPSHIRE registered boars for sale. Bang's tested, cholera immune. Hugh H. Neely, Pecatonica, 111. Tel. Seward 1R13. BOARS, purebred Duroc, good bodies, lots of stretch, dark red, vaccinated, blood tested, 250-300 Ibs. Satisfaction guaranteed. John D. Blumer, Phone 16-7 Juda. 70 FEEDER PIGS, weigh about 65 pounds. Albert J. Nyhus, New Glarus, Wis. Phone 311R4. Route 1 More Profits from meat type hogs. Buy Tracy's Montana No. 1 and Hybrid BOARS $90 to $100 each Tracy and Son Farms Janesville, Wis. BOARS, Duroc purebred and grade. Michael McGuire, route 5, Monroe, Phone 917-2. BOARS, Chester Whites, purebred, immuned and blood tested Thurl Zimmerman. Orangeyme, IU., 3% miles southeast of Twin Grove. BOARS, purebred Spotted Poland; big rugged; double immuned. Harold Stoehr. McConnell. 111. PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE BpARS Edwin and Martin Frederick, Route 2, Phone 95&-N Monroe. BOARS, purebred Duroc, long deep bodies. Merlin Jorgenson, Rt. 4, Darlington, dial Wiota 2831. HAMPSHIRE BOARS. Robert Stauffer. mile west of city on llth street. Ph. 939-N Monroe. PUREBRED SPOTTED POLAND China boars. Christ Waelti, Phone 19-3 Juda. DUROC BOARS — PUREBRED, cholera immuned. Robert Robb three miles west Orangeville. HI. Poultry, Snpplie» HENS, 150 AAA Leghorn Minorca yearlings, good layers, sturdy. $1 each. Melvin Waelti. Route 2, Monroe, Phone 91-2 Juda. AAAA WHITE LEGHORNS— 75 yearlings, priced right. Mrs. Glen Wunschel, Route 2 Juda. Peta TWO PUREBRED BLUE TICK 'COON HOUNDS SHELDON DE VOE, Browntown PUPPY, black Cocker Spaniel. 5% months old. Inquire at 915 9th street, Phone 1659. FOR SALE 1952 DESOTO Club Coupe 1950 WILLYS Station Wagon 1949 DODGE 4-door 1948 FRAZER 4-door 1947 OLDSMOBILE 2-door 1942 DODGE 4-door 1942 PLYMOUTH 2-door . T-R-U-C-K-S 1952 DODGE s/ 4 -ton Platform , 1947 CHEVROLET 2-ton cab $1,190 $ 695 $ 695 $ 295 $ 395 $ 95 $ 95 $1,190 $ 325 ^^ USED CAD 1950 CHEVROLET Power Glide, radio, heater, extras, good condition. Kenneth Rhyner, Phone 181 Albany. I Farm Eqnlpment, WANTED TO BUY City Property BRING IN your cow clipper blades for sharpening now. CARTER & GRUENEWALD Phone 70-D Juda You will always find a good deal AT THE DISCH HARDWARE CO Your Case, Oliver and New Holland dealers at NEW GLARUS, WIS. And don't forget, we service what we sell you. NEW IDEA SIX-ROLL SHREDDER Marvin Klassy, New Glarus DON'T TRY TO CUT CORNERS by not spreading lime this fall The loss of new seeding due to the shortage of lime is very costly. Agricultural lime is the cheapest plant food money can buy. For first quality lime, crushed rock, and fill, call MELVIN WAELTI LIME AND GRAVEL Phone 912 Juda or Fritz Schindler. 184 Juda. Quarry located five miles east of Monroe, «n next road south of 11-81. FARMERS—save the cost of handling and let us order your farm needs. We handle elevators, corn cribs, stock tanks, wagons, tractor chains, spreaders, comfort covers and dozens of other farm needs. We also carry a complete stock of Cobey spreader parts. ALSTON'S AUTO PARTS Highway 11-81 east Phone 1090 See and Drive the new SIX-CYLINDER WILLYS 4-WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK No obligation 1953 Jeep, new tires, heater, overhauled, guaranteed. 1947 Jeep, very good! 1952 Packard, 2-door JACOBS SALES & SERVICE 1221 12th avenue Phone 870 For the Finest In BODY and FENDER REPAIRING Free Estimates MARTY-RIPP CHEVROLET. Inc BULK ANTI-FREEZE 59c per gallon Type S 188 proof Methanol 1 " GAMBLES ANDERECK'S Used Cars and Trucks. 1954 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door sedan, executive's car, low mileace 1953 CHEVROLET 210 4-door sedan with Power Glide 1953 CHEVROLET 210 2-door sedan with Power Glide 1952 CHEVROLET 2-door sedan 1950 CHEVROLET deluxe 4-door sedan 1950 NASH RAMBLER convertible with overdrive, new top Never before so much used car value for these low price tags. New and Used CHEVROLET TRUCKS In Stock ANDERECK'S CHEVROLET Juda, Wis. Phone 34-D Farm Eqnlnraenk Snnnlles 24 USED TRACTORS, PLOWS Used Spreaders STAUFFACHER SALES and SERVICE Phone 225 Highway 69 North Automobile*. Truck* HAVING TROUBLES? Perhaps the battery needs charging! Bring it to Crandall's Super Service, 1705 16th avenue. USED TRACTORS 3 McCormick "H" in very good condition, one McCormick "M" Case Corn Pickers New Hydraulic Hoists KANE FARM EQUIPMENT Highway 11 west Phone 810 •IG SISTER BY LES FORGAVE YOU ARE WASTING YOUR BREATR BURTON HOWARD! THIS PROPERTY IS , NOT FOR SALE! F NOW THAT THIS \5 VDUR5, MR. WOOD, I'D LIKE TO BUY IT AND EBECT A TEN-STORY OFRCS BUILDING OM THE SITE. [ BELIEVE YOU GENTLEMEN KNOW EACH OTVIER. YOU AND THE TOWN HAVE BEEN TO GRAB THIS PROPERTY FOR YEARS, BUT NOW THAT MR. WOOD UA5 COMPLETElV BEBMREDTHE HOUSE I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT HE (S NOT INTERESTED IN SELLING ~' OR I WOULDN'T SAY THAT, CRAVEN- MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN •Y LEE FALK and PHIL DAVIS AttENA HAS REPUTATION fORHERSEtF. YOU BELIEVE ALL THAT STUFF — MONSTERS^-PITS —TUCN MEN INTO BEASTS? HAVEN'T SEEN ANY YET, LOTHAR. (ONLY HOPE NARDA IS AUWSHT. .WHATEVER GOT INTO HER TO HERE? THE ONLY WAY OUT OF HERE IS—BACK HMM-PEAP END. LOOKS LIKE THE END OF THE LINE. LETS 6ETOUT LIGHT CONTROL. Two-way model. Turns lights on and off once a day. Permanent installation Only $11.45 WARDS FARM STORE Phone 639 Monroe Cheese Factory Equipment 25 DAMROW CAN WASHER, 4-can complete rebuilt; also different sizes of conveyors and right hand dumper. Have also No. 60, 70, 72 factory rebuilt DeLaval separators on hand. Darlington Cheese Supply House, Darlington, Wis., Charles K. Krucker, Prop. Used Furniture FINAL SELLING OUT —Antique furniture and glassware. Also my building on Main street, between Hotel DeSoto and Galena Gazette. Harry Efman Antique Store, Galena," m. CHILDREN'S TOYS ' Roy Roger Chuck Wagon, regular $24.50 for $19.75. Coaster wagons, tricycles, fire engines—lots of other toys. Moslcal, Radio, Televbioa USED WALNUT BUFFET, 72 inches, excellent condition; cheap if taken at once. 1323 15th avenue, Phone 1473. PIANOS for Christmas giving. Select early. M. Earl Clark, 1425 17th avenue. ACCORDION, 120 bass, nine switches; five weeks old, cost $700, still has guarantee. $250 or best cash offer immediately. Write Box 77 in care of The Times Miscell 30-30 DEER RIFLE Like new; reasonable. PHONE 13-O JUDA ELECTRIC WATER HEATER Used 30-gallon capacity; $35 PHONE 864 MONROE ELECTRIC RANGE Frigidaire deluxe model, double ovens, used only two years. Exceptionally low priced. PHILLIPS & SMITH DEER RIFLE, .32 Winchester Special, like new. Vernon Guptill, Monticello, Phone 163. Real Estate SMALL FARM close to Monroe, with modern house. Well established tavern business, c]ose to Monroe. Two new houses, two and three bedrooms, lovely finished homes. We also have several moderate priced houses in good locations. When buying or selling see HAREN AGENCY Phone 814 or 474 Monroe Ludlow Hotel Bldg. If You Have a HOUSE or FARM TO BUY or SELL See Art Roethe first. MONROE LAND CO. Phone 428 or 2170 4-BEDROOM BRICK HOUSE With 3-car garage, extra lots. For sale at a bargain. Easy terms. F. L. BUCHSCHACHER Phone 745 Monroe FOR SALE OR RENT City Property NEW HOME in Browntown; three bedrooms, full basement, double garage, priced reasonable. Write Box 90 in care of The Times. WANTED TO tin Famen Waato HAY, 20 to 30 tons first or second crop; also 500 bales straw. State price and kind in letter to Box 88 in care of The Times. HORSES—we pay top prices. Guaranteed killed. Aeberhard Mink Farm. Phone 181 Monticello. COWS—Bolrtem purebred, grade fresh and sprinters. H. Schmftz. 6th street east Phone 847. BUSINESS or part-interest in good business in Monroe; have money to invest. Write Box 91 in care of The Times. 2-BEDROOM house or first floor apartment immediately. Contact Paul Gaylor, Kroger Store. Miscellaneous 41 Standing Trees—basswood—popple DONNY & PFJJND CO. 1909 llth avenue. UPRIGHT PIANO wanted for children's playroom, must be priced reasonable. Phone 1531 Monroe. FOR RENT City Property 43 SIX-ROOM HOUSE, partly modern. Available by Dec. 1. Inquire 1723 13th street, Monroe, or call Winslow, 97-L. THREE-ROOM APARTMENT Partly modern; furnace 1303 14th street, Monroe. Farm Property 44 395-ACRE FARM, 265 acres tillable; on 50-50 basis. Lester Davenport, Route 1 Brodhead. 160-ACRE FARM, 10 miles west of Evansville on-50-50 basis; excellent house, good dairy barn, barn cleaner, grade A market. Would like someone with sufficient help to milk 30 to 40 cows and raise 100 or more hogs. Wallace Everill, Evansville, Wis. Miscellaneous 45 DESK SPACE available in ground floor office, receptionist service provided. Write Box 86 in care of The Times. WANTED TO RENT City Property U HOUSE or two-bedroom apartment wanted to rent, or buy. Phone 1160 Monroe. APARTMENT, modern, furnished 2-room; no kitchen, garage desired; write box 85 in care of The Times. Farm Property 47 Your Television Schedule 27—Madison 33—Madison 39—Rockford 13—Kockford WEItMCMD.lY, >'«*'. Ill ft: Oft m. m. 33— Breakfast Club it-.UH 33—Test Pattern 10:4.1 13—Sign on 11:00 27—Mid-way Feature 11:1.1 13—Feature Bllm «7—Si-arch for Tomorrow 27—Culdlnic LlKht 12:«W p. m. 13—Market* and News 27—THA XI —.Noon Itevlew 12:10 1.1—Markets and Newi 12:1.1 13—The Secklnir Heart 27—The Seeking Heart Phillips & Smith 12:39 lil—Love of Life •J7—Welcome Travelers 33—Matinee Playhouse 11:4.1 13—Search for Tomorrow 1:00 13—Harvester Hostess 27—Afternoon Melodies 1:1.1 27—Mid-way Feature 1:30 13—Frontier Theater :IS—Feather Your Nest 1:45 27—Mary Ellen Jenks 3:06 13—Big Payoff 27—On Stajre 3::—Midday Movie 30— Paul Dlxon 2:30 13—Bob Crosby 27—Christopher Film •1:43 27—Paradise Island :i:OO 13—Valiant Lady •-•7—ItrlKhtir Day 3!l—What's Cnoklii' 13— Secret Storm 27 -Showcase :t:'M 13—f'nffei- Time 1'layhouse 27—On Your Account 33—Modern Romances BU—World of Mr. Swceni-y :I:I5 33—XewB :;!)—Modern Romances I: (Ml 13—TV Kitchen 27—K.V In Action Ml—Pinky Let- 33—Cousin Sam 4::iU i:i—Meditation Time 'J7 Children's Drejim House 3!)—Howdy Doody 4:.'1.1 13—Let's Talk It Over 4:4.-, I.'!—Story Lady 4:.',.-. 27—Crusader Rabbit .-.:<K( 13—Trail Tales ^7—Western Playhouse 31*—Fun Time 5:1.1 33—Space Soldiers 5:30 13—Stand by for Action <'>'•'• —Town Meets Country M—\Vorld Report 33—News, Weather oil— Early Edition 6:OO 1."—Weather, News 27—« O'clock Keport 3:;--Hopalon;; Cassidy SI—Capt. Video 1.1—Sports :;!)—Spurts HI-Litcs a-.-.ut 13—Douir Edwards 1'7—Cousin John 33—Disneyland I'SA ii!l—Eddie Fisher 13—Perry Co mo '-'7—I'err.v Cuuio o!)—News Caravan 7:00 1!!—Oodfrey L'7—fJodfn-y 3:i—I Married .loan •;:l(> 13--T.ifi' with Father 33—Meet Corliss Archer ::'.i It's a <in-at I.lfi; R:UO 13—Strike it Itlr-h 27—TrianirlK Tlli-ater -Masi|iierailL- Party -llarrv \Visin»_T 8:1,1 Camera Theater »:3» I've (Jot a Secret -7—I've (Jot a Secret .".::- T-meii in Action .".:i--J!ijf Ten IM-Lites .'I: no L'7 HI-SI i.l' riniadway You Can Be Sure If It 3 Westinghouse TV from Richardson Elec. :'.••',- This Is Life :;!)—This is Your Life :'.:: t-.«•'.' c h.-s 311-- Lone Wolf !l: 15 13—Sports Spot 27-—Sports Spot 111:00 53—Wealhi-r, News 27—Ten O'clock Itepiirt 33--.News. Weather uU -Ni;rlite:ip News 10:05 i::—News. Sports 1(1:1.-, 27—Feature Film 3."—Cocktails fur Two ::!i—TV \\Vatlierman I0:->0 :'.'.!— Spi.rls Uevie-.v 13—Touciiilnwn 33—Uame of the Week 3!l—Tc\:is Ras-dill 1I:OU 13— Movie! line 33—Star Theater li.-OB 13—Late News (Program lilted are •object to change without notice.) MISCELLANEOUS InstructioB 62 Does Your Child Like Music? Enroll at the Weibel Accordion Studio Dealers for Crown accordion. Phone 584 1008% 17th Ave Legate •4 rFKTIFICATK OF DETERMIXA Tio" ol? PBKSOSS KMM'TKD T vr "io*VKAi, KLWTIO.N NOVKMBKR '->. l». r >l State nf Wisconsin ( <.„ imity »f Drew \ ' ' We. Clnri'nre W. Li-neiii-hcr. 2nd., Deputy i'minty Clerk, -Mrs. Ed. KauVr- , ly Sr :i ICppiilillenii . Michael It. Hvlaml a Demuerat. of saiil roiinty. ' o'nstitutini; the 'anvassers of said County, do hereb ertify that we have determined th: FARM, 120 to 160 acres on 40-60 basis: possession anytime; no drinking. Andrew Buol, Route 1 Phone 178 Juda. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted—Male MAN WANTED for farm work by day or month; have barn cleaner and all modern machinery. Henry Pick Jr., Route 5, Phone 915-3 Monroe. MARRIED MAN, dependable, for farm work. Contact Bechtolt Brothers, Browntown, for details on a permanent position with good wages. EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS wanted by The Home Construction Co., Ray Heinzelman, Telephone 1113 Monroe. SINGLE MAN, dependable, for farm work. Thomas J. Schuetz, Route 3 Monroe. MARRIED MAN for general work on livestock farm with full line of modern machinery. Must be honest, willing and capable. Permanent job with good pay and extras for interested party. Only experienced man with references need apply. Possession in ten days. Write Box 89 in care of The Times Help Wanted— 91 $2 HOURLY possible doing light assembly work at home. No experience necessary. Write SANCO Mfg. Co., 7159 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. WOMAN for housework and care of children, 5% days; live in. Write Box 94 in care of The Times WOMAN for -housework and care of three children. Phone 2462 after 6:30 p. m. «"• "-nday- HOUSEKEEPER wanted for light housework on far,m; good wages; modern home with oil heat and television. One in family. No children accepted. Write Box 93 in care of The Times or Phone 940 South Wayne after 5 p. m. WOMAN to cook and care for children, days; for several weeks. Phone 783 Monroe. EXPERT TYPIST, knowledge of bookkeeping desirable but not necessary; excellent opportunity for right-.person. Meythaler and Caton, Certified Public Accountants, Goetz Bldg. SltaattM Wanted S3 WAN with considerable experience meeting public wants executive- type position; owns home in city; excellent references. Write Box 92 in care of The Times. BUILDING, remodeling. Will draw plans. 25 years experience. JOE KUHNE, 1108 23rd avenue, telephone 2472. YOUR QUALITY BUILDER See us before you build. H. F. Penniston. Ph. 2590 Monroe General Contractor and Builder. . MISCELLANEOUS a AMERICAN CHEESE FACTORY for sale, southwestern Wisconsin: 23,000 flush, 10,000 now. Mostly stainless steel equipment. Three late model trucks. Down payment, terms. Harold Smelzer, Highland. Wta. Try Times Want MM. the following named persons having received the jrreatest number of votes for the respective office for which eacli wns a candidate, are hereby declared to lie elected to silid offices, til-wit: Fur Member of Assembly—Harry A Kceiian—Republican •Fur County Clerk—Ray E. Kundert— Republican For County Treasurer — Ralph J Kundert— Republican For Sheriff—Snmue dependent For Coroner—Herman Republican For Clerk of Circuit Court—Helen F Mvers—Republican For District Attorney—Franz W Brand—Republican For Keitister of Thorpe—Republican For Surveyor—None Witness our hands at. the office ... the County Board of Supervisors, al Monroe, in said county, this (ith day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-four. C. W. Len^ai-her Depntv County Clerk Mrs. Ed. Kaderly Sr. A Republican Michael R. Hyland A Democrat Hoard of County Canvassers. ATTEST: WILMA I. LENGACHER. County Clerk. (SEAL) November (i. I!).') Nov. !>. F. Humbel— In A. Stuessy— Deeds— (irace M. State To Open Budget Reviews MADISON I*— Public hearings will start Wednesday on Wisconsin state department budgets for the 1955-57 biennium. The hearings will continue before Gov. Kohler and other officials until all state agencies have presented their requests for funds, to cover operations for the next two years. When the hearings conclude Gov. Kohler will prepare the budget for submission to the 1955 legislature. In November, 1952, state departments submitted total budget requests of $263,000,000, highest in the state's history. Kohler reduced this to $244,000,000 in his budget bill and the 1953 legislature cut the amount to $242,000,000. After the governor submits the executive budget, the joint finance committee of the legislature holds public hearings. Department heads give evidence to support their claims and the public has opportunity to support or oppose various proposals. The executive budget bill which the legislature will consider is separate from revolving funds budgets of certain departments, such as the conservation and highway agencies. Revolving funds are collected from special licenses, fees and taxes. Assisting the governor at the initial hearings will be E. C. Giessel, budget director; J. Jay Keliher, state auditor; Arthur Wegner, the governor's financial secretary; and chairmen of the Senate and Assembly joint finance committee. Agencies scheduled the first hearing day include the insurance department, free library commission, director of purchases, board of vocational education and the department pf agriculture and agricultural societies. K aircraft could fly continuously „. .1,000 miles per hour at sea level they would heat up from air friction to about 1,690 degrees (F), enough to melt many metals. Former Teacher Sues Fond du Lac FOND DU LAC Wl — The city of Fond du Lac is being asked for $4,905 in a suit initiated by Mrs. Lynda Denictolis. former hiyh school choral teacher who was discharged last summer. Mayor Edwin Weis said some action would be taken at today's meeting of the city council. Mrs. Denictolis, who was fired last July following the annual senior high school minstrel show. charged the board of education with breach of contract. She seeks the salary she said was provided in a contract for the 1954-55 school year. She alleges the board terminated her contract without a legal hearing and without cause or justification. She said she was unable to obtain work as a teacher elsewhere. Mrs. Denictolis was discharged by the board on grounds of "unethical and unprofessional conduct as a teacher." Members of the Fond du Lac Ministerial Association had been sharply critical of the show, produced in March. Mrs. Denictolis had directed the show. The script was written by her husband, Macklin Denictolis. School board members subsequently said the script was in "bad taste." Today's Markets Lirestock CHICAGO Wi—(USDAl—Salable hogs 12,000; fairly active, fully steady on choice 1 and 2's 180-220 Ib; all other butchers slow early but fairly active later; unevenly weak to 25 lower; sows scarce; fairly active; steady to 25 higher; most choice 1 and 2's 180-220 Ib butchers 19.60-19.75; several decks maintained 19.75; most choice 220250 Ib 19.15-19.40; 250-270 Ib 19.0019.25; a few 280-310 Ib 18.50-18.85: most sows in larger lots 400 Ib and lighter 17.50-18.50; bulk 525-600 Ib 16.00-17.50; good clearance. Salable cattle 5.500; calves 300: slaughter steers slow; about steady at Monday's decline; heifers mainly steady; but outlet narrow for kinds grading below good: other slaughter classes mainly steady; a few loads and lots high choice to low prime steers 27.0029.00; good and choice grades 20.50-26.75; commercial to low good 17.00-20.25; choice and prime heifers 24.50-26.00: a package high prime 27.25; good to low choice grades 20.00-24.25; commercial to low good 15.25-19.50; utility and commercial cows 8.75-12.50: bulk canners and cutters 6.50-8.50; utility and commercial bulls 12.0014.50; good to prime vealerss 17.0022.00. Produce CHICAGO OD-Butter firm; receipts 617,814; wholesale buying prices 1 and a fourth cent lower to one and three-fourth cent higher: 93 score AA 58.5; 92 A 58.25-5; 90 B 57.5; 89 C 56; cars 90 B 58; 89 C 56. Eggs mixed; receipts 10,552; wholesale buying period one cent bwer to two cents higher; U. S. large whites 37.5; mixed 35.5; U. S. mediums 27; U. S. standards 28: current receipts none; dirties 20, checks 20. Grain CHICAGO (*—Y e s t e r d a y's prices: Wheat: No. 1 red 2.22; No. 3 2.19. Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.52y 4 1.53; No. 3 1.44V4-1.48%: No. 4 1.37^-1.45: No. 5 1.35V4-1.37. Oats: No. 1 heavy white 87^-88%; sam- }le grade white 83. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow northwest 2.77%; No. 3 yellow Illinois 2.72%. CHAMPAIGN, 111. W) — Enrollment for all divisions of the University of Illinois is 24,375, an increase of 1.144 over last year, university officials announced today. The largest number of students, 18,866, are enrolled at the Champaign, Urbana campus.

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