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Floyd Valley News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1963, Lemars, Iowa DAILY SENTlNEl t'#Pl| Ri�<;H^" WANT AM BRING jil jt^^$^^10NE 546-5124 " ,f . A , .^^--___--- , FiiOYD^ VAIiLEY NEWS, Thursday, Octoberr!^!; 1963-4A DAILY SENTINEL V Floyd Valley news , WANT ADS yBrlng Fast Results/ Yel Cost S� Litllel -Phone 546-5124 Le M�s Daily Sentinel . and Floyd Valley News want ads are the cheapest and most useful form of- advertising. They � will sell, buy, rent, trade, find, hira heJi), of offer, a service at a verj low'cosh Use' them often. Pay for two days-get 3 wore ." FREEl ^ 5 days for i price of 2! Classified Word'Ads: Cash, 4e word ine day, iSc word ifive days;; Charge; Sc word one day, 1 Oc word 1 five - days. Minimum Classifiea Display . Ads: 80c per column inch .one .day, $1.60 P�fr^ column'inch '� Cards'/of Thanks: S1.S0-. Apartments For Reiit FdR'''R'ENT: ^-bedrodin apart-ment: Phone 546-4167. 218^1vtf FOR RENT: 2-room furnis)iecli apt. -Phone 546-6375._218;Th-l FOR RENT: Sleeoing room.' 327 ' 3rd Ave. -NW. 217-W-l f OR" RENT: Furnished apartment Phone 546-637J.__199-Th-tf rOR RENT: Small downstairs unfurnished apartment. Call 546-4717. 195-M-t� rOR RENT: New furnished apt. Heat and water fmibhed. For 1 or 2 people. Ph. Ken Vance, 6-191-T-tf FOR RENT: Furnished apartment by Nov. 1.'214 4triAve. NW.' ! 182-W-tf i � 1 ' GOOD JOBS 'ARE \yAITING fo,r iPriiiters, Operators, Pressman, f Men and women looking for chal-*Ienging worki that" isHnteresting,^ 'pays wdU';;and offers ,maxihium ';job security'; should, consider Sprinting. Four months training I'at the University of'-Iowa will 1 qualify you-for. an opening in an I'lowa newspaper f or commercial ; printing plant. Plan now-^ to ..enroll next semester. Write' News-.paper Production Laboratory, clowa City; la.? ' ' ' 210-M-tfp / < -: ited I*oIai!id China boars, Ivac. and ; tested. I?eter Hoogland.-; 2 South and 3V4. West of Sioux Center, i ; ^ S ^ 195-M-tt |F0R' SALE: v.29. white-faced here-i .'fordi 700\lbsv Roman Sitzmaonl I Kingsley.! \ � ^: 1 212-W-2 �FOR '.SAIJErf! Purebred f Chester, i White ^.boar's;, Serviceable age; 1 Henry'Heyneh.\3t,'mi. 'north, ,1 ' west'of^NirSiouxlCeriterl 194-F-8 MEN WANTED APPLY LUNDELL MANUFACTURING CO. INC. Cherokee, Iowa 2'l'2-W-2 i FOR SALE: 450'head o^ Poland . China .spring.Ibtiars tested anc^ vaccinatedf'(three ways. Glen Kirchdff.!-^.':5Jsbuth and 1% east " of-MdrSisV 182-W-t^ FOR SALE: 60 choice Chestec. white boars. Tested and vaccinal-' ed 3 ways. Merliq Sitzman. W mi. East of city cemetery. Le* Mars; 546-6757. � 176-T-tl, FOR SALE: Chester White and: Hampshii'e; boai:s. Roy Maassf 4 mi. So. aiid IV2 mi." E of Red ' Star station; Remsen. 171T-tET Wanted FOR SALE; .S.P.F. Hampshire bdars, 300 to 350 lbs. tested.l'/z. mi. east' Oyeris chiircb.' Kenny Treinen.^ , . , , 157-W-tf WANTJ5D: Reliabie party to take over small monthly oavmcnts of ohly-$6 on a beautiful 5 piece maple dinette set. Gambles in .Lc Mars. ' 217-W-l FOR SALE:,-Outstanding liunch of Purebred Durdc, Harripshires, Chester Whites; Poland- Clilnas, and Spotted Poland China boars. Vac; New blood for old customers. Mrs. Leo Scheitler and son Jim. 4 miles east of bank tor-ner Le Mars. Iowa. 164-F-tf REAL ESTAl'E WANTED: Private pai'ty can pay up to $9,000 cash for good 2 bedroom liome. Would prefer walking distance from downtown area, and rea- somi.b'le.....---------. -- - . ...... school. Send all details,'in letter to !Box 22; c/o Daily Sentineli'Le-Mars, la, ' ..216-T-l FOR SALPJ- 42 ft. John Deere Ele- FOR SALE in Bi^unsville ModerJ, * ' nnViiViViori Wo�- hfxisp^Npw kitpHen >-2 bedrooms,?! vator - Wide - on rubber--Wes-tendorf rubber- tired^'-running gear; Good''6i70xl5. tires;'Lindsay .Steel Flare 'Box with wood floor; '1952 "13" John-Deere tractor Rollmatic front-end^ - power trol, just overhauled rings and "alves,' nearly , new tires; Contact Erwin'.Criswell, day, phone 6-5200. Nights - "after 7 p.m. 6-5383. - ' ''i202-w-tf EXPERIENCjuD CATERING. SERVICE for.parties,'large \x small, including ';CiWeddingS,'A'.,- banquets, "special, meetings, "church organizations, ' etc. Choice of meats and menu'.' Call for menu suggestions sandv free estimates. Lud-wigseFrozen Poods,- Le Mars, phone 546^4409.-'' 172-W-tf ARTIFICt AL'>-BREEDING > Service Plymouth" Bfeederv's Co-op. Call Le Mirs!.546-5305.v"'The Bull on Wlieels." - ^ ' ' 192-T-tf ROAD >^ GRAVEL-Crushed Rock ' Sand. and �Gravel for all types concrete.! work. Wcv dchver I^hil Groctken TrCiok ' Service. Lc Mars. ^ Phone/ 546-5107. 78-W-tf;j WE sell � parts lor all electric shavers, rfotopp Jewelers, . - ! ' ' 115;;F^tf hpuse.' New kitchen,^2 bedrooms,? new carpet, new roof, recently painted. Basement apartment wittv bedroom, kitchen and hath. iMiM'iSfcbflaledirdnlexcelient* lot. Contact: .'"'Jamfe' TVf,' McNally, Atty. Phone 546-4704, Le Mars, or Call: Vera'* Harms at 533-2761. ' ' 218-Th Auctioiia ; Fn. Nov. l.;::H?�MerIe'Neisius, house to be moved^at'127 1st'Ave. NE in Le Mars at: 1:30 pim.Ruden & Klein, auct. " ' Thurs. Nov. 7 Tom; Driscoll, Holstein dairy auction:6>S &'l E ,of ;Le.Mars on oilaroadi^at./l;p.m. Ruden & Klein, auct. Sat., Nov,.. 9 - Dairy sanction at the Le Mars Sales Barn, 1 N of FOR . ELECTROLUX , Vacuum Cleaner Sales '& Service contact John n. Vcrmecr, 110 5th-St.. SW, Oraiige City, Iowa. 206-T-14p WANTED:^ Corn' fields ons^govern-ment ground for 5; head .aiding: horses.-.Phone 546-5257.-Wallace'' Doornink! 214-F:2 fOR REM': 2 room lurnished apt. 115 3m Ave;"5E. Ladies: only. 155-M-tt WANTED: Trailer' space.Tor rent;. Write-Box 23.' Daily Sentinel. Le: Mart., -Iowa. 212-W-tf FOR RENT: Three-b�droom House and a three bedroom apartment Phone. 546-4988._215|I^ fOR RENT: Farmhouse. mile south of Le Mars. 546-4988. ; 215-Mrl WANTED: :; Paper hanging.- jobs, well experienced, low rates. 546,-6546,., � i> 165r'W'-tf .....---v-i- FOR RENT: One bedroom furnished apt. Glenn Siple|at.Pantry Cafe. ;215-M-tf FOR RENT: Sleeping room; 408 First Av. NW. 218-Th-tf; For Rent FOR RENT: 150 acres cornstalk land. : Water and shelter. Stan Rbhltsen. 546-6787. ^. 218-Th-lp Help Wanted -:,,tiii|iLi.;-,, HELP WANTED: Dishwasher. Hours 7:a'.m. to 1:30 p.m. Pantry Cafe, 218-Th-tf HELP;WANTED: Girl to help with Saturday work. Occasional.-baby; sitting. - Near Strubl^.'fPh. 562' ,7391. _^: :��:;:;:., :218-Th-lp i-)[ELP. WANTED ]
'arid*dairy ' "calves,'any size. Also-'other live-' ! stock;i Rhone,, or write' to Lake - Holcombe Livestock Associatipny .iHolgoinbe, W,isc. Box 221 or 5bJ 21-r-.14.^^ ^ ' ^'212-W-2p: Sales? f experienc>,.vmarrle'd.''?' $90 ^Guaraptee.-B Write, ,D.epti' 2 fj^ojx ^50g,.SpuXvCity, Jowa. 2i5-M-l -Full.time vretSil . .alesnTe?)) ^no'-^xperience^ ri�' "�'sK'fyjVBowers ClothingT LyM-ai'sT ' , ' 5, < 215-M-l rFOR'SALE: Purebred Hampshire , aftd uljp^. dealer, needs ex-r ^perienced ear-, s'alesman:;: Write j;neir'Lg:j>Iars, Iowa. - ^190-M-tf V''''''\WANTED':^*Fu11 time service!'sta- auu icj^i-u. ---- - --- ti--i. ,/S ; ti6n"f&dant.-Contac^Eari .^Center. Arend-C.-Wassink. ' . wigs FrozenJoods,'High aex�Doar"ana pen-at iua ,�jiuvc testing statipn.^ Tested for:Bangs ' arid-'^lepto. -2% north- of' Sioux AL'S. REFHIGERATION' andf air; conditioning servicg'Tand repMj. ?^Al,Liid>vigs.' 8%3f;dSbSE ipglfif �G U S'T''0"M'''^'sliAUG Every ..daj^...... fand'Friday. Phbne FOR SALE: 3-room. house; on .pav-: ed lot. Partial basement. Garage. $3500. Jean Koenig, realt-; or 546^4014. 218-Th tf: -ji^ homes ^ farmjs .v;; business property; " BILL PEW I . realty company 122 Plymouth St. SW Real Estate Sales Sc-Exchangpsi 'Phone 546:5702 or 546-4930i^if ''^ Gene Binueboese �- ' Hinlon-^947.'4064- -'Wl . , - 'V 172-W-tf; AU AROUND HOMEHIOIEm ATIISSCOST! WITH A STATE FARM HOMEOWNERS POUCYj Here's a new sMj^a'poWgr ttwt (does the work of four separata policies-yet costs lessl.Stat* Farm's Homeowners PoKcyta--suresyour home and Rs-contents . against^tire, theft, ma'ny^other risks^and protects you against !� toility, losses.^,Yet KTRnycost m more than you now pey, for "fira ml extended coverage" (denal S9(SS)tt>iS(lMMrt'it�Dd�lrv W8 Call Leo Flahertv State Farm Agent Phone 546-4605 \. P 621012 STAT2 FARM Fire and Casualty Company Hsiiis Qfflcei Bloomlngton, Illinois Le Mars on Highway .33..;at 1 p.m. Ererichsf & Weber, ,:auctv Wednesday .. Nov... .20 - John Renken, farm. auction. 2V2 miles south of Craig, Hartman and Peters, auct. KLEM 141ftK.C. PROGRAM LbG (Clip and post this for easy reference) ,5^:55 Sign On , ^ 6:00 Breakfast With. KLEM 6:30 Farm Markets-. 6:58 Morning Weatlier Show, �7:00 Supersonic News 7:05 Sioux City Markets 7:15 Breakfast With' KLEM 7:30 Mbriiing. Edition of the News 7:,45 Trading Post/ 8:00 Earl Nightingale (Our Changing World) 8:05 Breakfast pth'KLEM ' 8:15 Moments of Meditation . 8:20 Breakfast Witd KLEM 8:55 Supersonic News 9; 00 Mid-Morning Show 9:15 ffiland.Tater Quiz 9:30 KiidrMornirig Show 9:45 Lifeline 10:00 Local News 10:15 Special Programs 10:30 Patterns For Living 11:00 Coffee Time -11:15 Organ Reveries 11:30'Sing Along Timie ' 11:45 Liiken's' Chatter'^Box 12:00 Noon News Round-up 22:15 Farm and Home Hour 12-20 Failr^i^uctfonTime 12:25 Farm and Home Hour 12:45'Weather Show 12:50 Supersonic News 12:55 Moments of Meditation 1:00 Adventures in Music 1:55 Supersonic News 2:00 Adventures in Music 2:55 Supersonic News 3:00'Adventures in Music 3:55 Supersonic News 4:00.Moments of Meditation. 4:05 Wide-Wide World of Music 4:30 News, Headlines & Wea- �;>��. :.-SiC' ' i;4:55 S.upersonlc News � fi5>00 Baseball Scoreboarf '5;05 Wide-Wide ^orld ;rt^':-sic, J 5; 20 Spotlight on Sportsl 5:30 Closing Market Hel 5:40 Evening Edition News IKlUKANci 206-T.5 FOR � INSURANCE & BEAL ESTATE See JOHN H, ALESCH Phone 046-1129 '.i Man y : "r;OR ALL YOUH Pl^um&ing, heating % wiring Seeds 'Phone 546,-6721 modern ' plumbing & heating iKeii^iUtesch, Dowayne Schulz .1' 1 Bill Lancaster ' 121 Ply. St.\NE, , v Le Mars i ".-'.' r- '9S-M-ii' WE HAVE THE KEY 120 Eleventh Si. S. W. New 3 � bedroom- home well: ; located near new High School & Westmar. Fine hardwood floors, natural wood custom cabinets, birch doors & trim. All- construction lumber No. 1 fir, full thick wall insulation' with continuous vapor seal. Ex-. tra heavy roof,. 2 baths, one with shower. Enclosed pat-� io, large lot with lawn in & up. Large living room, large kitchen with built-in range. Extra cabinets and closets. ADRIAN L. BOWERS and Associates 'Le Mars ;Rpaltorsi Phone 546-4407 215-M-l ; velectrical SERViCI' & repair, crTswell electric m '546j5200 95-M-tf Real.EstfltACp;.1 Having -Ap;Auction jSaXe? . ^ i Let>'us-? rnake* all 'Jhe^'aTrange-i, rnent8*f.for|a.1 successfuljlau'c-,tionl r^WALT ERICKSON ,... I' - ,�>Sprving alll!your ,WheeI ;>Vfr Plymouth St. NW, Phone 546-69,04 ^ t : :GHIGKEN FRY > � SAT.rN0V.,2| FOR SALE Jamesway silo unioader that, fills: and empties the silo and is guaranteed to iworlciin ail^material. See HAROLD SITZMAN Le Mars ' -it'. i '1:1" Personal Portable TV By G.E. oi Course; Only $99.95 - Hdllicrafters tWny IJ(i.c[ios . Phone 546-5200 t29;Cent. Ave. SW. * 507 LEE DRIVE 3 bedroom home near Westmar College, Only 4 ye old. Basement completely finished. Bomb shelter. I room, living room and dining room carpeted. 9p'xl00'. Phone 546-6946 For Appointment To See It By Owners MACK TAYLOR 213-11 .... - ......o 25 Ninth St. S.W. This is a near new .two bedrm. home with builtj range. Owner will include all drapes and car] irig, in Jiving ,&diriing rm. This home must be s| in the. next two weeks. 500 Eighth St. S.W. Modern 2 bedrm. well located home. Redecora interior. This 's a very comfortable home on large lot. .Finished extra bedrm. in the baseni| Excellent F.H.A. fin^ahcirig. 316 Sixth St. S.E. Modern '3'bedrno. home near Westmar. Rnisli family room in basement. 2 car garage with breej way, screened patjo. Owner will leave ceiif air conditioning unit & watr. htr. softner. Imml iate possession.- Older 3 bedrm. hom^ near school & Lutheran churchl N.W. Le Mars. Recently painted & papered. Modi kitchen. Screened porch. Full basement. Out of to| owner says, SELL! All offers will be sulDtnitted considered. and Realtors Le Mars Ph. 546| 2H- �Ml J .f'fe^fe #veways; patios, foondarm^, �^ ?'.V'bate^er-y^^^ cohcrefe needs wid rr^'-fiW B'^S^Iplwith'the finest "ready;^ ^'^'m^^�''-^^*ilm^0m:orsn..U your iob| e you^get the same,friend/y service. We're as near "9�^creteoun Specialty" MEEESTIMATES Plymouth Heiady Mix Ccitcr8fe|
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