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Oct. 7, 194$ Mason City Globe.Gazette, Mason City, It. i Midwest Livestock (FRIDAYS Albert Lea. Minn. 25c higher Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs ,150-lfiO Ibs [ '$12.00 160-3,70 Ibs $13.00 170-180 Ibs SUOO 180-200 Ibs 180-lffO Ibs "! ".'.."$15.75 390-200 Ibs S1675 200-220 ibs sn'so 220-240 Ibs i S 17; 50 240-270 Ibs $17.25 270-300 ]bs §17.00 300-330 Ibs S1G75 330-360 Ibs $ie'.oO Good Packing Sows— 270-3X10 Ibs $10.75 300-330 Ibs SIR 75 330-360 Ibs ' S1600 360-400 ibs ;;. |i 5 : 0 o 400-450 Ibs 81400 450-500 Ibs. ' $13.00 500-550 Ibs $12.00 MAKKKT) Austin. Miiin. 25c higher $ 9.40 SU.40 SI2.40 $14.25 SI5.75 $10.50 $17.75 $17.75 $17.25 $16.75 $16.25 $15.75 S 16.75 S1G.25 $15.75 $15.00 $14.25 $13.25 $12.25 Waterloo 2oc higher $13.00 S14.M $10.25 S17.50 $17.50 $1725 $16.7!) $16.50 $15.75 $16.75 $16.50 $16.00 $15.50 $14.75 $14.00 $13.23 Cedar Hapids 25c higher $15.25 $16.25 $17.50 $17.50 $17.25 $16.75 $16.25 $15.75 $16.75 $16.50 $16.00 $15.50 $14.75 $14.00 $13.00 Hogs Decline During Week Chicago, (/P) — The heaviest marketing of hogs for any week since last March concluded Friday with prices around $1.00 or more lower than last Friday. Friday's tone was steady to strong. Cattle were mostly steady but calves and vealers were $1.00 to $2.00 lower, and sheep were steady. (USDA)—Salable hogs'5,000; fairly active; general market steady to strong; closed active with spots 25 cents higher late; sows steady; top 1B.50; most good and choice 230-280 Ib. 18.25-18.50; 190-220 Ib. .17.75-18.25; 170-190 Ib. 17.25-16.00; lighter weights scarce; good and choice sows under 400 Ib. 16.50-17.50; few 17.75; 425-500 Ib. 15.50-16.50; heavier weights down to 14,50 for 600 Ib. averages; early clearance. Salable cattle 1,000; salable calves 200; slaughter steers and heifers scarce, steady; cows slow, about steady at week's decline; bulls weak; calves and vealers 1.00-2.00 lower; several loads good low- choice 1,000-1,325 Ib. steers 30.00-32.00; medium to low-good steers and heifers 19.00-26.00; bulx common to medium bce£ cows 13.50-15.50 eanners and cutters 11.0013.75; few light eanners down to 10.00; odd head good weighty sausage bulls 19.00; most bulls cutter to medium 14.5018.00; medium to choice vealers 22.0027.00; 2 loads choice 640 Ib. Colorado yearling feeding steers 25.00; load held at 26.00; load choice , 840 Ib. feeding steers 24.25. Salable sheep 700; slaughter lambs fully steady; top 24.00 on choice Colorados; best natives 23.00; yearlings absent; bulk good and choice native lambs 22.50-23.00; ewes unchanged, scarce at 8.25-9.50; odd choice handweight lots 10.00. 1 Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Friday Twenty-five cents higher. Good light lights ;. 160-170 $12.25 Good light lights 170-180 $14.25 Good light lights 180-200 S15.25 Good med. weights 200-220 $17.50 Good med. weights 220-240 $17.50 240-270 $17.25 270-300 $17.00 Good med. weights 300-330 $16.75 Good med. weights 330-360 $16.25 Good sows 270-300 $16.75 Good sows 300-330 $16.75 Good sows 330-360 $16.25 Grains Take Price Drop Chicago, (/P) — Grains sank under moderate hedging pressure and a general lack of buying interest on the • board of. trade Friday. Soybeans lost the most, but even in thjs. .pit. the .declines wece not large. Weather was clear over Illjnpjs, and most other' sections of the mid-west Friday. That would encourage harvesting' and' marketing of both the bean and corn crops, traders reasoned, -and- there -was tendency to wait and. see how large marketings, would be. Traders ' watched Washington developments on farm legislation, but the battle 'in the • capital seemed to have little influence on the market aside from keeping some traders on the sidelines and thereby reducing turnover. Wheat closed J-H lower, De» cember $2.12jj~<, Corn was fi-f lower, December $1.181-2, oats were unchanged to | lower, December 67£, i-ye was £-H lower, December $1.473, soybeans were 1-i-lJ lower, November $2.31J-i, and lard was unchanged to 5 cents a hundred pounds lower, October $11.25. FRIDAY'S GRAIN* CLOSE Chicago, (IP) — Good med. weights Good med. weights Good sows 360-400 $15.50 Good sows 400-450514.75 Good sows 450-500 S14.00 No hogs received after 5 p. m.—Jacob E. Decker & Sons. CATTLE MASON CITY—For Friday Choice steers and heifers ... S25.00-27.00 Good to choice steers and heifers $24.00-25.00 Good steers and heifers .... $23.00-24.00 Medium steers and heifers .. S21.00-23.00 Fair steers and heifers .... $15.50-17.00 Plain steers and heifers .... $14.00-15.00 Choice cows $15.00-16.50 Good cows S14.00-15.00 Medium cows 513.00-14.00 Fair cows S13.00-14.00 Good bulls $15.00-17.50 WHEAT— High Dec $2.14 Mar 2.14'i, May 2.08-n July .... CORN— Dec Mar. ... May 1.23 s ,a July -J.231* OATS— Dec 68'.» Mar. May 63f s ii July 57 3 ,a RYE— Dec 1.4D May 1.53',i July 1.51 U SOYBEANS- NO v 1.33 la Dec. 2.33 Vi Mar 2.33Vb May 2.30 \\ July 2.2G',2 LARD— Oct -11.25 Nov 10.65 Dec 10.62 Jan 10.60 Mar Low S2.12}h 2. 13% 2.08 1.9 Hi 1.18'ii 1.21^ 1.22 '.'a 1.22!a .63 >'• .57 Vs 1.52V* 1.49 'A 2.31 'A 2.31 •'» 2.31Va 2.28 Hi 2.25'A 11.20 10.55 10.57 10.57 Close 52.12%2.13=1! 2.08!< 1.22V.- 1 !:, 1 .22 >/\ .67 = 8 .66 .03 '/«-'/« .57 V, 1.523s 1.40 ',b- 'A 2.31%-1'a 2.3 Hi- 'A 2. 31 \'i 2.28'/i 2.25'/a-'/4 31.25 10.57 10.57 10.57 10.70 Intermediates Choose Youth Group Head Clear Lake—Clayton Lincicum was chosen president of the Intermediate Youth Fellowship group at an organization meeting at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Billie Stout is retiring chairman. Sandra Merriman was elected vice president, Corine Ashland, secretary, Grant Wright, treasurer, and Linda Melcher, press reporter. Mmes. W. M. Hubbard and Arthur Hammond were sponsors and the latter presented a lesson on "Friendship." Plans were made to hold a hayride in 2 weeks. Sharon Doescher invited the group to meet at her home after the ride i'or refreshments. Members of the senior group chose the commission with which they wished to work during the year and then each group met with its chairman, Ardella Walson, Joan Swanson, Judith Merriman or Larry Miller, to make plans for the year. Plans for the officers to attend a Pilgrim Fellowship rally at Charles City Oct. 22 and 23 were made by Congo club members at the Congregational church. Doctor Edward W. Day, pastor, conducted a candlelight service for the installation of the officers elected last week, Larry Miller, Richard Decker, Carol Garvin, Barbara Lester, Frances Repp and Rodney Heetland and instructed each on his duties. The Hiway club held a party with square dancing as the entertainment. The food committee included Debby Day, Delores Burns and Evelyn Matson. Beverly Ballantine was the leader of the Evangelical Free church Youth Fellowship and Leonard Washburn sflfcke on "Comfort." Betty Knudson led singing. Louise Huffman was a guest. Miss June Enabnit, who is to sponsor the Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church this year, presented a short lesson on "What Is Education?" at the organization meeting Sunday evening. Kenneth Carrell was named program chairman and Doris Craig and Lowell Carrell are the project committee. New officers will be chosen in a few weeks. Clear Lake Globe Gazette IP YIHIR PAl'Clt IS NOT UEL1VKKEU BV (3:Ut) I". 81., PL1. WJ OK 'i5U. NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER (l:<5. Women Plan Bazar Dec. 7 "Church, Campus" Subject for Study Clear Lake—"The Church and the Campus" was the lesson topic for groups of the Congregational Women's Fellowship which met at various homes Wednesday afternoon. Miss Ida Clack gave the lesson for group 4 at the home of Mrs. Herman Knudson. Mrs. N. B. Rice presided. Plans were made i'or the annual bazar and dinner at the church Dec. 7 and an all day special meeting with potluck dinner is to be held at the home of Mrs. J. G. Lindon Nov. 9 to sew for the bazar. Mrs. L. W. Mahome is hostess Jan. 4. Mrs. C. C. Branson was chosen secretary of group 3 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Replogle. were made for the joint meeting at the church Nov. 2 when Mmes. Branson and L. M. Bawden and Miss Thelma Peterson will arrange the dessert luncheon and Mrs. Robert Nichols the program. Plans group To Make Aprons Mmes. Bawden and Ira W. Medium 'bulls S15.50-18.00 Bologna bulls S16.00-19.00 Canners and cutters $10.00-13.00 CALVES MASON CITY—For Friday Good to ch. veal, 160-220 Ibs. $24.00-25.00 Medium $19.00-20.00 Common $14.00-15.00 Culls $13.00 GENUINE SPRING LAMBS Good to choice $21.50 EWES Good to choice lights 57.00-8.00 Medium J5.00-6.00 Produce (Quotations by "E. G. Morse) At 10 a. m. Friday Eggs, No. 1 50c Eggs, No. 2 > 40c Eggs, pullet ...TV' 25c Heavy hens •.... 19c Leghorn hens 17c Springs, heavy breeds 22c Springs, Leghorns 18c Old cocks, heavy breeds 12c Leghorn cocks ,. : lOc Eggs, at retail 49-55c Mason City Grain ' At 10 a. m. Friday Oats, No. 2 57c Corn, No. 2 yellow, 10 days. $1.00 Corn, Dec. 15 94c Soybeans, 10 day $2.13 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Friday's Market) Chicago,. <JP)— Wheat: No. 3 red 2.0G; No. .1 hard 2.0G-06'/ a . Corn: Old: No. 1 yellow 1.38; No. 2, 1.37-38; No. 3, 1.3G; No. 4, 1.32; sample grade 1.21; new: No. 2 yellow 1.34; No. 3, 1.33V<; No. 4, 1.27%. Oats: No. 1 mixed 67 3 /i; No. 1 heavy white 1 69'/ a -72Va; No. I white aOVi-'A; No. 3 heavy white medium 68 1 /*; sample grade heavy white 67%. Barley nominal: Malting 1.20-62; reed 90-1.22. Soybeans: None. Stock Market Decline Ends New York, (/P)—The stock market levelled off late Friday after a slow early decline. Automobile issues made a substantial comeback, most of them showing small gains. About the best that could be said for other groups was that losses were shaded. The market started off at a fast clip and for a short period showed signs of moving ahead. Trading soon slackened, though, and quotations were persistently cut down. The day's business was below 2 preceding fast sessions but turnover was still substantial and at a rate of around 1,200,000 shares for the full day. Jones are,in charge of arrangements for the apron booth at the bazar and Mines. Arthur H. Lali- vner, Replogle, M. P. Hughes, Jones, H. H. Crane and Al Allen are the courtesy committee. Mrs. H. C. Anderson entertains Jan. 4. Mmes. Myrtle Mason, Edward W. Day and L. E. Ashland were guests of group 1 at the home of Mrs. A. M. Pugh. Mrs. M. L. Knutson presented the lesson and plans for the bazar were discussed. Mrs. H. S. Nye is hostess in January. Annual Meeting 1 Oct. 12 Plans for serving the fellowship dinner at the annual meeting Oct. 12 were made by group 2 at the home of Mrs. M. A. Arneson. Mmes. William Shaffer and Arthur Petersen are co-chairmen of arrangements. Mrs. Shaffer presented the lesson. Mrs. Henry Volstad entertains Jan. 4. Mrs. G. E. Curphy was chosen president of group 5 at her home. Mrs. Robert Kabrick is vice president, Mrs. Harold Thompson, secretary and Miss Milla Fansler, treasurer. Mrs. Ida Hendricks is the card committee. Mmes. C. A. Knutson and W. H. Elling are to have charge of the candy booth for the bazar. Mrs. Knutson gave the lesson. Mrs. Thompson is January hostess. —Cut Courtesy Storm Lake Ilfgistcr SPEAKING AT LAKE—The Rev. J. Vernon Anderson, pastor of the Center Grove Evangelical Free church, Storm Lake, and missionary candidate for South America, will speak at the Evangelical Frc9 church services in Clear Lake Sunday morning ai 11 and evening at 8, the Rev. L. E. Barrett, pastor, announced Friday. He urges the public to attend these services. Butter, Corn Country 68-70c Butter, Iowa State Brand. 70-7Ic CHICAGO POTATOES (Friday's Market) Chicago, (IP)— (USDA) —Potatoes: Arrivals 143, on track 355: total U. S. shipments 845; supplies moderate; demand fair; market firm to slightly stronger for best stock,' dull for others; Idaho Bliss Triumphs $3.85, standards $3.00; utilities $2.75-3.65; Washington Russet Burbanks $4.00; Wisconsin Bliss Triumphs $2.153.00; Chippewas $2.20, Pontiacs $2.40-50. NEW YORK PRODUCE . (Friday's Market) New York, (/P)—Butter 304.002, steady. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons. Creamery, higher than 92 score (AA) 62>A cents; 92 score (A) 6l¥<-62; 30 score (B) 59'/ 3 ; 89 score (C) 55-55'.i. Cheese 76,552, steady. Eggs 10,137, irregular. New York spot quotations follow; Midwestern: •Mixed colors: Fancy heavy weights 60-61; extra 1 large 58-59; extra 1 medium 46',i-47; extra 2 medium 45-46; current receipts 48-50; dirties 47V2; checks 44; pullets 39Va. cie!9;Mi CHICAGO PRODUCE (Friday's Market) Chicago. UP} —ITJSDA) — Live poultry: steady; receipts 23 trucks; prices unchanged. Butter unsettled; receipts 407,667; prices unchanged except Vt cent a pound lower on 93 score AA at 61.5. Eggs: Top steady, balance xinseltled; receipts 7,513; prices unevenly n cent a dozen ' higher to 2 cents lower; U. S. extras 55; U. S. standards 44-47; current receipts 43"; dirties and checks 40. New York Stocks Am Crystal Sug 174- Am Tel & Tel 143g Anaconda Cop 274 Armour & Co 64 Bendix Aviat 3U Beth Steel 29 Boeing Airplane 21 i Chrysler Corp 54 Columbia Gas llj Gen Elec 374 Gen Motors 65d Illinois Central 29 Int Harvester 27 Int Tel & Tel 9 Montgom Ward 52 NY Central RR 10A Radio Corp 12g Sears Roebuck 42J Sinclair Oil 24i Stand Oil Ind 43J Stand Oil NJ 71 Texas Co 61.1 US Steel 24J Improvements Mrs. Knutson for Home Use Gives Review H. Carstens Is Guest Speaker "Don't Fence Me In" Subject of Talk Clear Lake — Halsey Carstens, Mason City, spoke on "Don't Fence Me In" for the program of the American Legion Auxiliary at City hall Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Perkins and committee were in charge and a potluck dinner was served. A joint party and box social with the Legion post Oct. 18 at the All Veterans Social Center was announced. The sewing circle will meet at the horrte of Mrs. H. E. Freeman Oct. 28 with Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, Jr., assisting. The next meeting is at -City hall at 8 o'clock Nov. 2 with Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle and committee charge. Refreshments served at the close. * * * in will be RENT A NEW CAR AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF It's easy, It's convenient. For an hour ... a day . . . a,week or as loner as you need it. Everything furnished. Rent a Truck — For Those Odd Jobs LANE BROS. SOI So. Federal Phone 447 SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (Friday's Market) South St. Paul, (U.R)— (USDA)— Opening livestock: Cattle 4,000. Early sales rather light, but numerous carloads reported back. These, however, not expected to be available for market Friday. All slaughter cattle generally steady, sprinkling good and low-choice slaughter steers, yearlings 26-30, including load good heifers 25-2G, medium grass heifers good 1,287-lb. weights 29, odd head choice 4-H club calves 31. Medium grass steers 18.50-ZI.50, common 1(5-17.50. Scattering good heifers 25-2G, medium grass heifers 18-20, common 15.50-17. Few good cows 15-16, common-medium 13.50-14.50, canners-cutters 11-13, light eanners 10. Medium-good bulls 1G-17.50, cutter-common grades 13-15.50. Slockers-feeders light supply, generally steady. Good feeder steers 21-22.50, medium 18.50-20.50. Common IG-17.50. Calves 1,500. Vealers steady, good- choice 23-26, common-medium 16-22, culls 13-15. Good-choice slaughter calves 1820, common-medium 15-17, culls 11-14. Hogs 10,000. Barrows, gilts of most weights and sows fully steady. Some sales under IBO-lbs., strong to 25 cents higher. Good-choice 200-270 Ib. barrows, gilts 17.75-18, latter price around 220 Ibs., up, some choice 210-lb. averages 18. 180190 Ibs. 16.50-17.50, 180-170 Ibs. 16-16.50. Good-choice sows 360 Ibs. down 1C.50-17, others J4.50-1G. Feeder pigs steady to 50 cents higher, good-choice 16-17, choice around 120 Ib. weights considered eligible 17.50. Average cost, weight for Thursday: Barrow, gilts 17.82, 211 Ibs.; sows 1G.42, 378 ibs. Sheep 3,000. Slaughter lambs opened steady, good-choice native fat lambs 22.50-22.75, some higher. Slaughter ewes steady, good-choice 9-0.75. Clear Lake Briefs Daughters of the Land 4-H club will meet at.the home of Connie Albers Oct. 15, it was announced Friday. Wanted: Sales girl. Ben Franklin Store. Mrs. Clarence -Heide, Dubuque, arrived Thursday morning to visit her mother, Mrs. Albert Knop, and to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss Darlene Hollatz, and Robert V. Jacot, Mason City, Friday evening. Mr. Heide will arrive Friday. Canaries for sale. Mrs. Orin Porter. 303 Winnie. ' Mr. and Mrs. F. Willis Jeoks, Harry S. Raymond and Mrs. Daisy Moritz, all of Waterloo, spent Thursday night in Clear Lake, They were enroute to Water town, S. Dak., Mr. Jenks' boyhood home, for the weekend. Hey, Mom! Better make your app't. now for baby's Christmas pictures. Ph. 1383, Mason City, Gerard Photo Service. Mrs. J. C. Palmer, 108 S. Oak street, entered Park hospital, Mason City., Wednesday for observation and a checkup. She is in room 211. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Ayers, Iowa City, came Sunday to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lovell, Jr., West 2nd street. Double Dozen club, scheduled at the home of Mrs. Vern Hennis Thursday, was postponed because of the serious illness of Mrs. Dar- w i n Welch, Fertile, mother of Mrs. Gus Haugen, a club member. Lois Bates to Head Victory Queens Club Clear Lake — Lois Bates was chosen president of the Victory Queens 4-H club at an organization meeting at the home of Betty Fjone Saturday. Ramona Winders is retiring president. Nine members were present. Other officers are Rachel Zirbel, vice president; Sue Nelson, secretary; Ruth Fuller, treasurer; Donna Shields, reporter,, and Ila Enabnit, historian. The program committee in eludes Sue Nelson, Donna Shields and Ila Enabnit. Margaret Zirbel is picture chairman and Lee Ann Enabnit program chairman. Mrs. Carrie Carstens is leader. The club voted to hold a theater party Oct. 4 and a Halloween party Oct. 19. The entertainment and initiation committee includes Margaret Zirbel, Donna Kay Shields, Lois Bates and Betty Fjone; the food committee, Rachel Zirbel, Ruth Fuller and Mrs. Carstens, and the decorating committee, Donna Shields and Sue Nelson. Lee Ann and Ila Enabnit are new members. Mrs. John Hyde entertained Colonial club and Mrs. Holland Sharrett presented a program of contests in which several won prizes. The group voted to participate in the emergency polio drive. Mrs. Clifford Anderson entertains Nov. 2 with Mrs. Lester Hoeft in charge of entertainment. * * * Mrs. Oscar Arnundson read a poem, "Faith and My Garden," and Mrs. Harry Eliasen gave a lesson on "Our Native Birds" for the program of the Friendly Garden club at the home of Mrs. Bernard Orcutt. Roll call was "Garden Hints." Mrs. James Miller assisted the hostess. Mrs. F. G. Cookman is hostess Nov. 2 with Mrs. Eugene Grimm assisting. « M y K ^T Mrs. H. T. Christensen entertained Triple C club with Mmes. Fred Lysne and Emory Ouverson assisting. The time was spent in visiting and sewing. Plans were made to hold a bake sale. Mrs. P. J. Cullen entertains Oct. 19. Lesson Topic Clear Lake—Mrs. Philip Sherid a n, assisted by Mrs. Armand Hansen, gave a lesson on "Home Improvements" for the program of the Home Improvement club. Mrs. J. R. Kugler was hostess at Randy's cafe. M m e F. Robert Findspn, Robert Furleigh and R. J. Pritchard won prizes in games played. The next meeting is on Nov. 2. * * # Coffee club met at the home of Mrs. Walter Roenfanz and made plans for a dinner to be held at the Edward F. O'D'onnell home near Mason City Oct. 30. Mrs. Wilson White assisted the hostess. The afternoon was spent informally. Mrs. J. W. Behl entertains Nov. 2. •X- * * Mrs. Herman Tapper and Mrs. Dorothy Krueggel were guests of Thought and Thimble club at the home of Mrs. Art Grattidge. The time was spent informally. Mrs. Eugene Joynt assisted the hostess. Mrs. Edwin Zook entertains Nov. 2. Mrs. James Knipe, a guest, won 2nd and traveling prizes and Mrs. Hyle Lowman high score prize at a session of Tri-for-Hi Bridge club at the home of Mrs. Irma Winkler. M r s.- Herbert Jensen entertains Oct. 19. Clear Lake Churches 2ION LUTHEKAN Holy Communion, U, registration, 8:30 to 9, senior choir anthem, Sunday school, 10; Holy Communiou, 11, registration, 10:30 to 11. Junior choir anthem. Picnic for congregation at State park, 12:30. New members 'in 1049 are guests, Ruben Mostrom, of Federation Clear Lake—Mrs. C; A.' KnuU son, a guest, told of her attendance the past summer at the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs convention et Waterloo, and of the General Federation at Hollywood, Fla., for the program of the Crescent club, which opened the year with a luncheon at the hp.me of Mrs. Edwajd Huntting Thursday. The conventions were followed by a trip to Cuba. Mmes. H. N. Halvorson, L. M. Bawden, R. R. Rogers and R. J. Aurdal assisted the hostess. The theme of the year is "Pioneering Made America." . Future meetings will take up phases of the general topic. Mrs. J. G. Lindon entertains Oct. 20. W * # Mrs. Roscoe Ayers, Iowa City, was a guest of Twentieth Century club at the home of Mrs. C. A. Pease. Mrs. Ralph Replogle assisted and Mrs. H. E. Freeman reviewed "The Age and You" by the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, Mason City, for the program. Mrs. Frank Ballajityne, delegate, and Mrs. C. E. Melcher, vice director, will attend the 3rd district federation meeting at Cresco Oct. 11. Mrs. J. W. Pattie and Mrs. Herman Knudson are hostesses Oct. 20. Mrs. Walter Wood spoke on "A Better Tomorrow Through Education" for the Sorosis club program at the home of Mrs. Frank Daker. Mrs. Wood will be hostess Oct. 20. "3T *fC 7? Mrs. Anne Whitney, Mason City, reported on the district convention in Iowa City Sept. 12 for the program of the Odd Fellows En- church schooi',"9':45? i Ra'iiy"day, Robert j campment and Auxiliary at I. O. Stuart, superintendent. Adult Bible class, O. F. hall Thursday evening. Oth- r guests were present from Maon City. Mmes. J. C. Norris and R. J. Nelson served lunch. The ROGER AMOSSON NEW PRESIDENT Roger Amosson was chosen president of Mt. Vernon township 4-H club Monday evening at Burchinal hall. Bruce Evans is vice president; Donald Fuller, secretary-treasurer, and Homer Prez- nitz, press reporter. Carl Bartlett is leader and Glenn Amosson, assistant leader. The next meeting is Nov. 7. Boy Scouts Study; Practice First Aid Clear Lake—Boy Scout troop 17 studied first aid at the junior high building Monday evening and those to go on the trip to Backbone State park this Saturday planned what they would take. Don Webb, Don Mullan, Jack Henderson, Ray Hewitt, Don Spratt, Tom Pedelty and S. P. Hansen, Scoutmaster, are going, y Hewitt and Don Mullan, senor patrol leaders, were in charge f games. The Ventura Tenderfoots studied on tests at the meeting of troop ~5 at the Zion Lutheran church. A picnic was held at Mclntosh <Voods State park where the boys had a campfire, ate lunch and played "Capture the Flag." Jack Spratt and Jack Henderson are new members of the Senior Scouts. Discussion of reorganiza- ion plans took up the time Wednesday evening and basketball was played. In Merkels-AIdens display ad in yesterday's Globe-Ga- xette, 100% SPUN NYLON ANKLETS, fashioned by Burson, were priced a I- $1.90 a pair. This price was incorrect—it should have been $1.50 per pair. They are available in pastel shades, sizes 9 to lO'/z, $1.50 pair at Merkels-AIdens. MERKELS-ALDENS Newcomers Card club will meet Monday evening at 7:15 at Witke's cafe. Dessert will be served and cards played. Catholic Daughters of America will meet at 6:30 Wednesday at the Eadmar hotel in Mason City. Hostesses are Mmes. C. E. Patterson, JOG. Ward and Ben Prohaska. Lt. J. C. Whittaker to Tell Experiences Clear Lake—Lt. James C. Whittaker, San Francisco, Cal., the only man who kept a diary on thc- famous Rickenbacker raft, will present his lecture, "We Thought We Heard the Angels Sing",at the Congregational church Friday evening at 8. The public is invited to hear this unusual speaker. No admittance will be charged but an offering for the Christian Service Organization will be taken. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS Chicnsro, (>P)—(USDAt—Estimated salable livestock receipts Saturday: hogs, 500 cattle, and 100 sheep. 300 Takes Play Role, Belmond—Miss Catherine Dueland, daughter of H. Gilbert Dueland of Belmond is a member of the cast for the first play production of the Luther college Campus Players this year. The play is entitled "The Late George Apley." Ida Markworth Is Junior L. L. Head Clear Lake—Ida Markworth was elected president of Junior Luther League at State park Saturday following a hayride and picnic dinner. Joan Steege is retiring president. Other officers are Jackie Finer, vice president; John Ashland, Jr., secretary; Richard Petersen, treasurer, and Shirley Humberg, Karen Caspersen, Janet Jorgenrud and Richard Thompson, social committee. Carl Ashland provided the hay- ride and devotions and a campfire were other features of the meeting which followed junior choir practice. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom, pastor, was sponsor. Senior Luther League members were guests at the Clifford Rice home Sunday evening. A campfirc, wiener roast, devotions and hymn sing made up the program. Ron Rice and Franklin Enfield arranged a treasure hunt about the farm as entertainment. LIONS CLUB SEES "BETTER VISION" Clear Lake—A film, "Better Vision," formed the main part of the Lions club program at V. F. W. clubroom Wednesday noon. Bob Stuart told of attending a Lions club stag with Al Allen at Waterloo last Wednesday and the men listened to a World Series broadcast. P. M. Petersen, Des Moines, was a guest of Arnold Moeller; Bob Erickson, Clear Lake, of Fred Martin, and "Curly" Burke, Des Moines, of Fred Martin. 12 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 793 The witch hazel is not a ha/el tree at all, but a shrub, and the word "witch" is a corruption of "wych" and so called because its leaves looked like those of wych elms. Clear Lake Calendar SATURDAY—Cub Scout den 1. MustnnRS, Mrs. Syd Thompson, !); den 4, Pnnth- ers, Mrs, I.orcn Wholnn, Ventura. 10. Grunt Willing Hands 4-H club, Edna Fiedler, 2. Danish Brotherhood lodge No. 21!); In- firld lodRc No. 10!). I. O. O. F. hall. Bethlehem Lutheran Indies Aid, Mrs John Knukion, 2H F.. Slate street, 2::tu 15 So. Wash. Phone 860 EXPERT SERVICE On All Makes Of RADIOS Specialized service on Wards Refrigerators; Washers and small Appliances. Have Our Expert Check Your Oil Heater 9:45, Mrs. T. R. Sammis, leader. Morning worship, 11. Sermon topic, "The Teacher and the Towel." Chorus choir, hearing aids, nursery for children. Congo club, Hiway club, 6:30. Eward W. Day, D. D., pastor. METHODIST Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 1L Baptism, of small children. Sermon subject, "The Christian Home." Senior and Intermediate Youth Fellowships, 6:30. Warner M. Hubbard, pastor. EVANGELICAL FREE Sunday school, 10. Worship 11. Miss Vernalda Nelson, soloist. The Hev. Vernon Anderson, Storm Lake, missionary candidate to South America, will speak. Youth Fellowship, 7. Maynard Williams, speaker; evening service, 8. Sermon by the Hev. Mr. Anderson. Prayer and Bible study Wednesday, 8. L. E. Barrett, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Worship service, 11; Holy Communion, 2:30. The Key. J. O. Blaness, South Haven, Minn., in charge. CHRISTIAN Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 10:45. Christian Endeaver, 7:30. Bible study, Wednesday evening at 8. Guy W. Carrell, pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sunday masses, 8:30 and 10:30. Daily mass at 7:30. Confessions Saturday evening, .7:30 to 9. J. J. Buzynski, pastor. BURCHINAL, Sunday school, 10. H. C. Ludekc, superintendent. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Sunday school, 9:45. Church services, 11. Wednesday evening service, 8. DOUBLE Cs PLAN BANQUET Members of the Double C class of the Methodist Sunday school made plans for the annual class banquet to be held at the Methodist church Nov. 2 at the Robert Wilson home Wednesday evening. The new officers were in charge, committees for the banquet were named, Miss Mildred Baker led devotions and games were played. BETHEL CHAPEL Sunday school, 10. Classes for all. Morning worship, 11. Evangelistic service, 7:30. 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