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Page eight I,, 'arker, South Dakota -- THE NEW ERA -- Thursday, July 20, 1950 s Are You Sure We Can't 00Help? Want Ads Save Time and Money! DAVIS DOINGS ......... II and family and the Howard Ol- son family of I)avim A miscellaneous post-nuptial shower was hed in the Mr. and Mrs. Gust Erickson home near Bridgewater on Sunday, honoring Mrs. Delbert Erickson, nee Fern Boterman. The afternoon was spent in games, visiting and view- ing the many beautiful gifts re- ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Erickson. Mrs. Sophy Boterman of Davis attended the shower from here. Mr. Delbert Erickson left On Monday from Sioux Falls to re- --Custom Windrowing with 12-ft. windrower. See Stanley Hagen, Phone 32Fl12, Parker, S. D.ltp FOR SALE:--26-ft., trailer house. Priced. right for quick sale. Lin- den Flyger, Parker, Phone 34- F-.i. ltc16 FOR SALE: Modern seven room home on a lot and a half, in excellent location in Parker. See Fred Beheman at Parker Elec- tric Hatchery, Phone 143. ltc16 sisters gathered at the Oscar Sather home Sunday for a family dinner and a day of visiting. Those attending were: Mrs. Joe Hagemeyer of Tea, Mrs. Lena Jolmson of Worthing, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hagemeyer and Miss ..... Ilia i | T I il I " " The WSCS held their regular business meeting at the Methodist church parlor last Thursday af- ternoon with pot-luck lunch. Rev. Ralph Cordes gave the welcome announcement to the :Bethel Reformed church congre- gation, Sunday, that he had tur- ned down the call to Worthing- ton, Minn., and would remain in Davis. A large number of relatives and friends called at the Conrad Plucker, Sr. home, Sunday to of- :fer congratulations on their gold- en wedding anniversary. They were presented with a three-tier wedding cake, decorated in white and gold and topped with a mini- ature bride and groom. They also received many lovely gifts. :Mrs. John Lodde and Mrs. Win. Danielson, daughters of Mr. and :Mrs. Plucker were hostesses and served a very delicious lunch to the many guests. All the Hagemeyer brothers and Jenny Hagemeyer of Sioux Falls, turn to his army post near Pitts-iF ........ Mr. and Mrs. O'Dean Larsen of burg, Calif. I t)t ,L: ight piece aining tIurley and Mr. and Mrs. Louis The Ladies Birthday club met I room set including six chairs, Hagemeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl in the home of Mrs. R. Wildeber-t table, credenza bcffet and table tIagemeyer of Davis. ger last week Wednesday to hon-I pads. See Joe Vurm. Phone 301, The visit of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd or Mrs. Wildeberger on her birth- Parker lt Ncteboom of Minot, N. D., made day. As usual the afternoon was " - it possible for the Noteboom spent in visiting with the hostess FOR SALE" 1 good 10-ft oower family to all be together for the serving the guests a delicious ,. , ". . " - ,. - " I Dmoer, reaay to go: one -i. first time in several years. They mncn. , . gathered at the John Noteboom, Mrs. Jake Vn Deest and Mar- binder with 'Carlson drive. Sr. home 0n Sunday for a day garet and Mrs. Wm. Van Deest _These are priced to sell. Rapp of visiting. Beside Mr. and Mrs. and Anna Mae ttended the neigh_ I hmplement. Phone 23-L-2, Par- Noteboom, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. borlady picnie in Sioux Falls last! ker. ltc-16 Lloyd Noteboom and daughter the Friday afternoon. nlembers present were: Mr. and Guests in the Chris Nelson Mrs. Frank Pool and family of home, Sunday evening were Mr. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. John Note- and Mrs. Miller Christianson and boom, Jr., and son of Viborg, Mr. and Mrs. John Noteboom, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Noteboom and son all of Viborg. SPlIIIAI00.00 Friday and Saturday -- July' 21 and 22 i GROCERY DEPARTMENT / f CORN - Lushus 303 size can 10 for only ........ ii I I CARNATION MILK--Tall .... 2 cans for 25 PAID IN ADVANCE WANT AD RATES:--Minimum charge each week 45c for 25 words or less. One cent for each additional word over 25 words. Cash rate applies only when ads are ordered and paid for at the time of original insertion. Send check or coin. NOT PAID IN ADVANCE:--12c per line will be charged each week with a minmum charge of 45c. BLIND ADVERTISEMENTS call for an extra charge of 50c. No Agency Discounts. NOTE:The deadline for "Results" ads in The New Era is 9:00 o'clock Wednesday forenoon. We cannot guarantee insertion later. -- REAL GOLD ORANGE JUICE 2 foronly .... 35 iii i ii SNACK--MorrelI's .............. per can 450 iiii i i KIPPERED SNACKS--imported .. 2 for 2NO BABY FOODS--Clapp's ....... 3 tins for 23V I PEARS - No. 2 size can 2 7 for only ................. I FRUIT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS F_AMTAI.fllIDg- Guaranteed Ripe ]i v,.m.. - .,.--vvm-- per pound .... ! I LEMONS--Giant Size ......... per dozen 55 PEACHES AND CHERRIES FOR CANNING AT LOW PRICES! I We Have Plenty 0f Sugar Again -- FOR YOUR CANNING NEEDS -- Mrs. Henry G. Cramer spent last week Thursday in the Con Dice home near Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Skov of Vi- borg were dinner guests in the Chris Nelson home Sunday. 0th- er guests in the afternoon were: MI-. and Mrs. Kermit Nelson and sons of Montrose, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson of Elk Point, Mr. and Mrs. R. Anderson of Irene. Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Edwards and children, Mr. and Mrs[ Harry Dailey were guests in the Merle Dailey home for a picnic supper last week Monday evening. Mrs. Dean Lodde left last Fri- day to spend about a week visit- ing in California. Mrs. Geo. Buskohl of near Parker, and Dale Gerald Buskohl were luncheon guests in the Mrs. PIANO FOR SALE: Latest spinet piano. Can be bought on terms. Write, Boyd Knox, 115 Broad- way; Fargo, No. Dakota. 2tc17 Ill Ill I I MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS BACON ENDS ............ 1-pound pkg. 23e I ,,HH II I I COTTAGE CHEESE--Terrace Park .... 230 I II I I I SUMMER SAUSAGE ............ per lb. 59 SLICED BACON- Morrell's 7 per pound ..... 4 I PORg CIIOP$- ENDS oor 00.on. ..... 55 DR. R. E. DECKER --DENTIST-- X-RAY Office Hours 9 to 5 Office in First National Bank Building PHONE 18 ' PARKER, S. D. Mayme Sophy home last Thurs- day afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Riener Poppenga] and Gerald of near Tea were din-] her guests in the Mrs. Sophia Boterman home Sunday. / GERMANTOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH H. G. Schoon, pastor Sunday school--9:3O. Morning Worship--10:30. Junior C. E. at 7:15. Evening worship at 8:00. Men's Chorus, Tffesday at 8:00. Young people meet Thursday at 8:00 p. m. Special offering for Summer I Youth Camp will be held Sunday.! morning, July 23. Everyone is welcome. DR. J. H. SHAEFFER --DENTIST-- X-RAY PHONE 121-L-2 Office  block west of Parker State Bank PARKER, S. DAK. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office: First National Bank Bldg. Office Ph. 300 -- Parker, S. D. Office Hours: 9:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. daily except Friday afternoon REAL ESTATE ,TI00SFERS Harry Heemstra to Dick J. De Hoogh and Dorothy F. De Hoogh JT dated May 31, 1950, tract in NENW, 15-100-54. Harry N. Overgaard to Lloyd N. Overgaard dated June 29, 1950, NW 14, and E NE%, 15-96- 52. Eugene T. Olsen to Aage Ib- sen dated June 30, 1950, W SW, 8-96-53. Bernhart H. Kasten to Wood- row Kasten dated May 4, 1950, SWNW, 36-100-54. B. H. Kasten to Woodrow Kast- en dated May_4, 1950, W 71-ft., of Lots 17, and 18, Block 16, Park- er. Hazel B. Robson to Arial Knut- son dated June 23, 1950, Lots 22, 23, and 24, Block 3, Rowley's Ad- dition to Centerville. Lydia Waltner to Walter J. Kaufman dated June 30, 1950, E NW, 298-54. Ford LeBarron to Arthur K. and Viva P. Marquette JT dated June 15, 1950, NE, 30-98-52. Harold A. Bartlett to Lawrence H. Smith and Carrie M. Smith JT dated July 11, 1950, Lots 6, and 7, Block 2, Irene. Ford LeBarron to Otto Eide and Helma B. Eide JT dated June 15, 1950, NW, 29-98-52. ,AUCTIONEER I ERL G. WIEMAN Parker, S. Dak. lyrpdhl II SEE J. C. Jensen for Mutual Insurance * AUTO Fire and Tornado Coverage on City and Rural Property Also Farm Loans Parker, S. Dak. Phone 276 L IL STODDARD REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Phone 306 PARKER, S. DAK. Pd. 1Jan.51 Dr. J. F. Wellenstein Optometrist by B. W. Johnson EYES EXAMINED Marion, S. Dak. Phone 170 "ll I WART, the Speed Cop --PIANO TUNING and Repair- ing. See, call or write, Jake Vogt. Parker 37-F-121. 12tpl8 FOR SALE: SPINET PIANO--We have an almost new spinet in this vicinity (cost over $700.00) we will turn over to parties with good credit, willing to as- sume monthly payments of $23- .95 for balance due. Write Au- ditor, Hospe Piano, Co., 416 6th St. Sioux City, Iowa. 2tp16 --Want to STOP SMOKING? T r y NICO-STOP. Guaranteed. Pleasant tasting. Instant relief. Taste sample at most drug stores. 14tfc - 'rll FOR SALE: Tank wagon box in good condition for $50.00. 1 mile west and 1 mile north of Hurley. Phone Hurley 42F22, Merle Flyger. 2tc16 --SPINET PIANO BARGAIN:-- Gulbransen Spinet, full key- board, walnut finish. Want re- sponsible party to assume mon- thly payments of $16.95 on small balance. Write or call Rhodes Piano Co., 114 W. 4th, Sioux City, Iowa. ltc16 FOR SALE: 1--6x8 ft., playhouse, insulated, double floor. Phone 169 or 26. L. Montgomery. lc16 FOR SALE:--One 14-ft., roof ex- tension for elevator, complete with chains and sprockets, all steel. Phone 159. Alfred M. Holm, Viborg, S.D. 2tp17 FOR SALE: A reed organ in good condition, reasonable. First Lutheran church, Rev. Hugo W. Larson, Tel. 255, Parker. ltpl6 THE. T. JOHNSON the Land and Loan Man will be at the Parkerhouse Hotel each week from Tuesday eve- ning until Thursday. If you want to buy or sell a farm, or get a farm loan, see him at the Parkerhouse, Parker, S. D. pd22June51 I FOR SALE: McCormick-Deering 8-ft binder, with Carlson drive; Also a one-man binder-tractor drive. Neal Langerock, 4 miles south and 4 west of Parker. ltp --Get your Pymouth Red and Green Top Twine today from Schnepf Auto & Implement Co., Phone 64, Parker. ltcl6 SEPTIC TANKS: Farm home sewer and water, systems; City sewer and water lines. For a good job, well done write or phone Elmer M. Larsen, 232 So. St. Paul Drive, Sioux Falls. 4757W or J. W. Horner Lbr. Co., Parker 24tp31 HANSEN PRODUCE pickup ser- vice. Call Hurley 67; Viborg 100. Top prices for poultry, eggs and cream'. 4tp-17 FOR SALE: Wood Brothers com- bine, good as new, used one season. Priced right. See Le- land Kasten, 8 miles north of Parker on No. 19. Phone 47-F- 111. 2tp16 FOR SALE: Registered Here- ford Bull. Choice individual. Farm 5 miles south, 2 miles west of Parker on Highway 44. Phone 42-F-220. Nelson Bros. 2tc17 WANTED: Work. A sixteen year- old girl would like household work and odd jobs. Write, Box 393 or Phone 291. Parker. ltc16 --Consolidate your bills pay in one place. See or write us for 0 easy payment loans. Western Credit Corporation, Irene, South Dakota. 2tc17 = : NOTICE FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that Hur- ley Township in Turner County is asking for sealed bids to haul 1,800-yards of gravel, specifica- tions are on file with the Town- ship Clerk. Bids must be in on, or before Monday, July 17, 1950. The board reserves the:xight to reject any or all bids. JESS SANBORN, Clerk. 3tc17 % WANTED TO BUY: Two sows or gilts to farrow August 20 to Sept. 10. or call 1-F-21. Sam W. mueller, Freeman, S. D. FOR SALE; 1929 Model A car. Good tires, sealed lights, in good condition. at place 4 blocks east Parker State Bank. Sletten, Parker. FOR SALE:--Two story and lots located two west of Parker main and north of Parker Phone 66. Clara Hackett. WANTED: Man to run on either a salary or" sion basis. Must be capable being own boss. C. Parker. POULTRY SERVICE GROSS HATCHERIES Marion -- Freeman VFW MEETING-- Phil Graber, commander, the meeting to order and a turn-out was present. tees for the fair were named working schedules for the were being arranged for. A mittee was also named to pose a regular firing squad funerals and Memorial Day. vious to this permanent tee the firing squad has been posed of volunteers. It is planned to have special for this group. After a short ness meeting, the group adjo ed for lunch at Floyd cafe. CUSTOM COMBINING New Case Combine and Windrower hlberl / mi. north of Parker GROSS HATCHERIES Maria, s  Freeman 3tc-16 INVESTORS ! GUARANTEED RETURN For information on 7% inter- est-bearing securities coupled with guaranteeed principal in- vestment return in 10 years, write, phone, or see FOR SALE- New FORD Tractor Dearborn Machinery New Woods Combines and Corn Pickers 1--Woods Threshing Machine, for sale cheap. 1--1943 Used Ford-Furgeson, in A-1 shape, $550.00. 1--1946 Ford-Furgeson Tractor in A-1 shape, 650.00. 2--Mounted Combines, 6-ft. Other Tractors, Plows, Culti- vators and Discs. C. E. goller LEONARD MOTORS Phone 307 Parker SWAN LAKE DANCE DATES THE VARSITY MEN Friday, July 21 JIMMY BARNETT Friday, July 28 OLIVER WASHBURN Friday, August 4 H I t S-P-E-E-D BOAT RACES Free To The Public --ANYBODY CAN ENTER--" Stok Boats and Outboard Motors SUNDAY, JULY 23 Gefke & Co. 115 S. Main, Sioux Falls Phqne 395 FANCHER'S Only limited amount offered  Quality Dry Cleaning -- FOR THOSE WHO CARE -- it's -- ,m m" for sale in South Dakota. Parker :" ' 0. Dk--a-. ..u AND ,n',,, 1950 Record of Total to June 1 ..... 9.26 in. Total for June ..... 2.40 in. PROPERTY OWNERS July 2 .............. 85 in. July 4th ........... 50 in. BLACK TOP STREETS 7 PER FOOT " July 8th ............. 38 in. July 11 .25 in. We use ofily the Best Materials July 16 .............. 72 in. A SOUTH DAKOTA FIRM -- ESTABLISHED 1940 Insured and Bonded  Skilled Personnel B W 00hn-son Garage Completely equipped for al] Types of _ BITUMINOUS ROADS- STREETS'-- DRIVEWAYS FR LOANS PARKING AREAS FIRE AUTO  Plant Mixed Patch Mterial Available For Cities and Counties II i WIND ACCIDENT HISURANcEOLIO *' Dakota Asphalt Sales Carp ,PONTIAC SALES & SERVICE  _ Mailing Address SIOUX FALLS, S.D. Plant at Phone 72 Parker, . Dak. BLUE CROSS HOSPITAL 624 E. Sixth St. Phone 2078W 41st & Waits SERVICE t PhoneL" M. Thomas,3659R Pres, FREE ESTIMATES Stanely LeBon, Supt. , i Phone 2632M