The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 4, 1938 · Page 10
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 10

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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TEN THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1938. GAINS CUT IN LATE TRADING PRICES GO UPWARD EARLYJUHJMRKET Aircraft* Slip with Rest of Shores on the Home Stretch New York, Tan. 3 (tfy-Stocks rallied early in today's market on a small amount or Inlying sleam, but found the grade n bit loo steep and leaders b.icktrackod at the finish... Improvement was well under way before the delivery o£ the President's mid-aftoniooii message at the opening session ot Congress. There was a mid-day slip, but host levels were reached after publication of the Chief Executive's recommendations. Traders were quick to cash profits, however, and in the final hour advances running lo 3 or more points were reduced substantially or converted into losses. The Associated Press average of Closing Prices Stock Market C!n n .................. 72 '-4 Amu Tel and Tel ........... l'H% Amn Tob n ................ l>:i'/<! Amu Water Wks ........... 11% Anaconda ........... • ..... 29 II and 0 ................... !) Hoth Steel ................. 58 C and O ................... M% Chrysler What The_Market Did Won. Frl. Advances 388 Decllne» 191 Unchanged M5 Total Issues 724 BALTIMORE GRAIN 2S2 283 237 802 Baltimore, Jan. 3 (R>) — Wlicul: No. 2, red winter, garlicky, spot, domestic, 95'/i; January, 95 ] /i. BALTIMORE LIVESTOCK Baltimore, Jnn.'S (/P)—(USDA.) Cuttle: Flo'flhy dairy bj-eds jnalnly $5.2IJ.riO; loiv cutters and cutters, M.OO-n.25; plain and medium bull; $5.50-7.00. Calves: (jood vcalcrs mostly 512.00-50. Hogs: (!ood and choice, 120-200 11)8., .f8.00-H.15; practical lop, {9.15; bulk, good packing sows, around JG.75. BALTIMORE HAY Baltimore, Jan. 3 (/P) — liny: Good limolliy, clover and mixed, nominally $12.00-15.00 ton. Slraw: No. 1 wheat, 59.00 ton; general, $9.00 ton. P1NESBURG LETTER plnosbiirg, Jan. 1. Itoccnt visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Staley were: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grooms and Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Drove and Hilly Or- Uet, all of llagcrstown. Mr. and Mrs. Loon Hyde and daughter Dorothy, all of Philadelphia, spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chai'Ilon. Other •ccent visitors in the home were: D Bruce Downln and son John, Miss Mildred Charllou and William Toms, Mr. and Mrs. Louie t'ole'and hildren, Catherine, Mary Louise and Louie, Jr., and Mr, and Mrs. Of-orge Colo, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Siiydor, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garroll. I'jinmert Martin spout the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Klder and son, of Hagerstowu. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Hlnier Shank and children were: .Mrs. Allen Rider and son Alien, of Hagerslown; Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Shank and children spent Wednesday with relatives In Wflliamsport. Charles Higglns has relumed lo his homo after spending some time near fialllmftorc. Miss lieulah Shank is on the sick list. Mrs. (!. W. Mills who has boon ill Is slowly improving. Douglas Aircraft ........... 39% Kloc Gen Foods 30Vi Gen Motors 29% Goodrich H doodyear l~'Yx Int Harvester 6 Hi Int Tel and Tel 0 Ligg and Myers I) 90V, Vont Ward S076 \at Dairy 13% \at Disi N Y Central 16U Packard 4V4 Penn R R 21% Radio G'/s GO stocks ended off .1 of a point rtep Steel .... at 42.9. Transfers totalled 91G.050 Sem . s unobiick shares compared with 780,115 last. goc vac Friday. Std Brands Aircrafts, relatively slrong dnr- g^ QJI ^ ,j ing the greater part of the day on stuilcbnlicr further expectations of heavy army and navy orders, slipped witli tin rest on the home stretch, bu Douglas and Boeing managed to retain gains of % of a point eacl at 32i,4 and 393s, respectively. SECOND NATIOHAl BANK* It's Old Enough To Speak For Itself HAGERSTOWN DOIT ELECTRICALLY THE CHEAPEST WAY POTOMAC KDISOX CO. 54% n% •15% •101 U S Rubber 22V!: U S Steel 53 Warner Pict (i % West Union 24% Wsg Elec 99'/ 8 Woohvorth Murray, Miss Mary Snook and er Teach. Mr. and Mrs. Charles inert and daughjer Jean, of more. s. Minerva Suffecool and son t Saturday with Mrs. Alien Ion, of Hagerstown. Use Our Monthly Payment Plan On all purchases over $10 MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. West Washington St. Uncalled For Bargains III .ll'MCli-y, I.MK'ttHK'c. -Mimlcnl litMrnnu'ittN, CUM* 1UI( | (:l(i||iln K Harry's Loan Office 55 N. Jonathan St. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman and son of Willlamsporl; Mr. and Mrs. lienny Mitchell and Normau Aderson and daughter, of Marlowe. W. Va., spent a day with Mr. and Mis. Guy Hoffman. Paul Charlton has relumed to. Hattle Crock, Mich., after spending Christmas with Mrs. Adam Cliarl- ton and daughter. MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN Paging Luther Burbank By LEE FALK and PHIL DAVIS HORTVAND LIM \ ON FOR DEAR LIFE--A5 THE TREE SEEMS TO GROW-FASTER FASTER/ WE'LL CURE THOSE BOYS TREE-CLIMBING/ WHERE "WHERE'S THIS--THING-TAKING US--/ TAILSPIN TOMMY The Doctor Neglects His Patients! By GLENN CHAFIN and HAL FOREST LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Broi. eenevoli Loo»l Prices Paid Producsri Wheat 90c Corn bbl. SOc Shoulder Ib. 20c Potatoes bu. GOc Country H«m Ib. 25c Eggs doz. 24c Spring Chickens ... Ih. IGc to 18c Old Chickens Ib. IGc to ISc Butter Ib. 30c Lard Ib. 10c Apples bu. 60 to 76 Country Bacon 18. lie Onions bo. 76c CHICAGO GRAIN Chicago, Jan. 3 (#>). — Closing train prices: Wheat: May, SO%-'A; July, 85- 5H. Corn: May, 01%-%; July, CO',4 0%. GOOD GIRL! SHES USING HER B ETTY- LOU HAS SAFELY LIFTfrD THE BIS PLANE ABOVE THE DAMGER.OUS PEAKS.. UP UP TO SEVENTEEN THOUSAMD FEET AS SHE RADIOS HSR POSITION 3009 Just Imagine! Trademark Registration Arolied For U. 8. Patent OBc«. DICKIE DARE By COULTON WAUGH LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY WEDNESDAY—12 Noon Promptly PLEASE BRING LIVESTOCK IN EARLY Buy and Sell Through Your Local Market. Four States Livestock Sales, Inc. PHONE 812 1st Street WE'RE GOING TO FORGET HIM, DICKIE-! THE -SHERIFF WILL TAKE CAKE OF ALL THAT WOW, THI5 HEAVY--HEY, DAN, WHAT ARE 6ONNA DO ABOUT BILL- BEADY? HEY, DOC WHAT 1$ RADIUM i= ANYWAY? ABOUT ALL I KNOW \W l<? THAT IT'S AWFUL SCARCE AN' WAt DISCOVERED BY THE CURIE5 AN' THAT IT -ZHOOTZ OUT SOME ^ KINDA WELL, DICKIE, I'U TRY TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF IT--- ••THE MOST POWERFUL CANHON CAN 5HOOT A •5HELL. AT A SPEED OF ABOUT 4 MILE A •SECOND NOW TRY TO IMAGINE A BULLET 4MALL IT CAN PENETRATE ALMOST AH^THIN&i AND IMAGINE IT TO MOVE AT A 5PEED OF TIVELVE_ THOUSAND MILES A SECOND.' ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON PUTTHAT SHOE DOWN ~A«DYOUR HAMW THATS ir--ANDTHE FOOTPRINTS A EE RIGHT BEHIND DM-NOW FOR. SOME DETECTIVE- WOI2K Hagerstown., Md THIS IS THE PLACE-AU. RIGHT" ALL EIGHT"/ LETS HUIZRY AND SET OUT OF HEEE SOMEONE TOOK A SHOT AT us THAT" NIGHT- He MKl DOIT AGAIN, ISNTTHAT THE1J2EE/. 1 THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY YOU SEE, A,/M. HELD UP MY MEW PICTUBE YMIIS YOU WBEE 41AK/H6 'ANGEL CHILD"- WOM/ LAUNCHED AHO HAVE UMLS PHIL BACK, I've 6.OT TO 6BT OH WITH /MY w'oen. I KNOW - B-BLn I'D HOPED We'D BE WOEMMG 'T06ETHEI? MY NEW PICTVZE By GEORGE SWAN HIGH PRESSURE PETE e PONT WHfsT THE ft LOOKOUT ^ HU50flM i^iN6 HOME fo(? ft WEEK wie'vie -To oM ALL -ft\£ fltfTJ OF OF Hin, W1HILE IN HERE fof? Pi HELL, lA\ 6LAD We'zE NOT 6£>/A/<5 TO BE IN THE SAME /HOVIE - YOU LITTLE BANDIT, YOU'D STEAL THE SHOVJ S WOULD STEAL EIGHT OUT FBOM UHOES /HE.' "^ 7 MS!, "TEM-TAKE." _ . OUT FKO/H By LES FORGRAVE COT \ CATCH TUE MEM S ANNAN 1 ? OV4, HOVO CAM I FORGET IT VOHEKS IT NEAQU-/ RAM THAT .Ti4 VJAS AFTER Tv-JO ' \NH\_\_,i GOE-S-S -WAS VIE 0\ONJ'T PDU.OVO IT APTER. AU-. u;isJO\N NNHO Tt-lE MEM PATSY, WE MOVIE STARS rtUST SWALLOW 1 Ge£,C4ZOl, 7HE BITTED WITH JH5SrtEST-YCU'EE INFOS YOU MAKE YOU^ FIIZST BAPT/S/M OF FIBS. -DON'T LEr \ MS PB "TEH-TAKe" KATTLe YOU-HS>£ NOT ENT/eELY/ LIKE I BAD- A1AYBE yOU C/lfJ BKINC, OUT / WAS ABOUT GOOD IH Hl/H ! ' TO Go AFTER.. )-- /VS COCO AS'CAUCMT

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