Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 11, 1957 · Page 38
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Real 4| fOR PALP-- H:KC n-ut tan,,,., .,,, yisjin ClM» In lilt 12H SL i*05 SALE-- Will built ! l*dnx,m fk. 4K7VV. '·'*- FOR SALE-- I M W f ) tn;! t ,.,,,; ,,, ·Mil inmiillr A cood liu o ,.,-,'J properly. Ph gator, ttsw Buying A New Home? Save on furnishings- Read classifications 27 and 30 'for real house- hold brsains. Irrigotion Syircmi 49 BAVK -- Uy IJuyinR Iron Irrl. gallon Equipment Specialists. Siphon Tillies I'X; In. x M in. Double Bend 90f. Mn. x 51-in. iJcuhlo Bond $1.30 Canvas l.ams 6-rt. x -i-fi. Treated ?-j "ii 7-It. i S'l, Treated JJ.i'u Irrigation EiifrinecriiiR, Inc. 3 liiles Soulli on U.S. f.5, CJreeley Farm Equipment 50 FOP. SALE-i: 11. uu!l lyi.i turn. Line. Th. M73W. K U W A I t i i b I ' h t i r u l M u DtnitnUMritH '·:, n,« ,,n,l .,,,H _ Irortl FOR SAT.B-- M-M. R-l combins In cmnl romlltiun. A. H. W»=j-. N u n n , Coin. Th. Nun,, 17R2. FOR l.ulc nimlfl I n fL Me. rormirk-Dporinc powrr I'imlfr. A-l eomlillon. lik^ new. Cull J u n i p e r 7-2165. Farm Equipmtfit 50 Seasonal Equipment Cultivator Tools. M-M and Planter. Jr. Gauge Wheels for All Cul- tivalcrs. Each $11.75. Three-point h i t c h and front mounted cultiva- _ tor?. Mowers, three-point hitch end trail type. M-M Side Delivery Rakes. Mori-ill Wheel-Type Side Delivery Rakes. M-M Windrowcrs and Hay Eaters. COMBINING SEASON is not far off. See us for new or used combines or for an overhaul on your old one. R E Y N O L D S Farm Equipment East 18th St. Phone 1053 Used Cars and Trucks 51 FOR SALE-- Nice '49 Super Tlukk, V-B motor, power brukes. 311 13 Ave. FOR SALE-- 1949 Merc. -dr. Cheap. Good Irani portal Ion. Ph. 1031M. Form Equipment 50 See the Hayliner "68" Baler in Operation It is a biff baler at a small baler price! WE HAVE A FEW GOOD USED BALERS, ALL OVERHAULED AtoD READY TO GO. Two NKO Ford corn and spud cultivators. '51 Ford tractor with loader. ;47 IHC "A" Tractor.' New and Used Siderakes. GARNSEY WHE.ELER - 716 lllh Street Greeley Ph: 220 . Make Crop-Saving Windrows / . . , . . with this all new McCORMICK NO. 163 with self-propelled.windrower. its low-angle, center-delivery platform ' . . -fi Ilar.dlss your crop positively T^ Bulld^ uniform ivjndrows. ·£ Makes clean pick-up easj- Heavy duty mower guards and mower type sickle for handling the toughest of hay. BALEES 45 "T" or 55 T" or "W" with 8 bales of twine FREE with your purchase of new baler. Let's trade! GREEN HAY CHOPPERS 20 "C" International with mower bar attachment. This machine is unexcelled. Gehl chopper with mower bar attachment. IF YOU CHOP FROM WINDROW, PICKUP AT: TACHMENTS FOR THESE MACHINES ARE ' · AVAILABLE. The Gehl Green Crop Feeder is the hest, at a very attractive price. SEE IT TODAY! Come see the new No. 16 International Parallel Bar Siderake Ellis Capp Equipment Your International Harvester Dealer 508 8th Avenue ' . PhTM 6 1 3 4 6 MORE NEW FEATURES on the Allis-Chalmers Forage Harvester £ NEW OUTER REEL BEARING for rigid reel - support. * HEAVY GAUGE STEEL ON SIDES AND BOTTOMS for years of longlasting, dependable service. ft NEW WELDED SUB-FRAME with x-trussing for great strength. ·k DOUBLE STRENGTH WEAR PLATE with reinforcing skid plate to protect points of wear. £ SEALED-FOR-LIFE BEARINGS on important drives and idlers. ft NEW SHIELDING ON DRAPER SIDES keeps draper operating cleanly, efficiently. ft NEW QUICK-TENSION RELEASE FOR DRAP-. ER. Convenient master lever controls tension across full width. ·k NEW RUBBERIZED DRAPER . . . assures long- lived draper service. Easy installation and removable. WITH EASY-CHANGE SIDELOCK ' ATTACHMENTS Go from grass to row crop, back to grass easily. Rainforth Equipment Co. 2207 Oth Street --Your Allis-Chalmera Dealer-- UttJ Cin «nd Tnicki 51 CinVAKUS CbivraJsc: u o-,»*»iUrt*r. fui nc* »nd iii*4 (rwlt* 1*51 BUICK Cuitoa Sup*r hardtop. low mi^ucr, ]ik» B**. Skcrifire. C-li -11. J'OK SALE -- Nic* *O Super Bui;t. V-l btQsior, pov#f fciikt*. I l l 13lh Ave. FOR SALE-- 'M PJymoir-b rlub coup*. Ckod condition. Will OBniider FOU SALE: 1956 Pontiac hardtop. Radio, heater, low mileage. Clean. $1895. 422 11th Ave. D and R Service. 1955 - ni hnmnn i r ULOoiUIJ IT 4 Door Sedan 98 model. Heater, radio, jetoway, power steering and brakes, tinted glass. Many qther extras. Our wholesale price $1995. 430 Sth Avenue. Phone 800. McArthur-Wheeler U»*4 Can «nj TiucU 51 FOft SAUt-- 1JU Kon) fofdoi, W*|j*i Lumb«r Co. FOR SALE-- im Ford «up*. not Doiunn Aocd. I'h. 1J99VV. fOil ~biLi^- i fri* .TMU it* -ii-wu SWi lilb A.e. I'o, l.ibW. V POfi KALE-- !M« n^irk Sptc:»! ».dr Ph. (OJlif KOH t-ALt -- ]9M? FonfiAC S daoi i*. eUa Law miltace. radii) ind bcaicr MAKE of/fr, '66 Bu.i-k Crnturr htrdlnji. f u H v r^uli-iicd, puircT .i»-rr- In* KI..1 bnkn. Will b«li fiuiat*. "$7 « h "«e b h^ lB rTtb l J,Ti ^Jtr.tiir. ind lUMen Uirt nduiari itw eleiDini tod ftp-mint All in** pneet John rbnmpun'i Gtr*f* lim. T · r i o u · ilm IUum«blt «01 StL A««. PL iE^ 1953 r ., OtDSIOBILE 4 Door Sedan Super 88. Heater, radio, power steering and brakes. Tinted glass, white walls, one owner, excellent condition. O u r sale p r i c e 51195. McArthur-Wheeler "A-l" USED CARS '50 PONTIAC 2-Door Sedan. .Radio, heater, hydra- matic. Good transportation. '50 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, hydramatic. A sound car. '53 CHEVROLET BelAir 4,Door Sedan. Radio, heater, extra clean. '53 FORD Customline Tudor. Radio, heater, Fordo- matic, Sharp! '55 FORD Fairlane Town Sedan. Radio, heater, Fordo- matic. Highly desirable. Garnsey and Wheeler Your FORD Dealer 716 llth Street Phone 220 . CALL THESE SALES REPRESENTATIVES ANYTIME Harry Hull. 237SR - Carfoll Flack, 094J2 - Lew Kttts. 335 Clarence "Swede" Bwanson, 131311 -- Jim Gardner. 1753NJ Mike Finch, 2SG4NR SEE WICKLAND MOTORS BEFORE YOU BUY! 1955 ' Plymouth Belvedere V-8 4-door Station Wagon. Pow- erflite Trans., Radio, Heater. Really clean. 24,000 miles. 1954 -. Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe 2-Door. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Heater. 98,000 miles. See this one-today. 1957- Jeep. Heater, Turning Signals, Oil Filter, 4 Wheel Drive, Valve in Head Engine. PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOU! Lifetime Warranty WICKLAND MOTORS Chrysler-Plymouth 404 8th Ave. Used Car Dept., Tel. 1352 817-7ih Street , ' New Car Dept., Tel. 2945 QUALITY USED CARS 4-Dr. Sedan with r a cl i o, heatef, V-8 engine, twin turbine dynaflow, tutone finish, premium tires. 2-Dr. Sedan, y-8 engine, overdrive, radio, heater, seat covers, only 36.640 actual miles. 2-Dr. Hardtop. Radio, henl- er, dynaflow, seat covers, one owner. '53 Dodge '52 Buick '52 Pontiac Chieftain deluxe 2-Door Sedan. \\'iih radio, heater, hydramatic, seat covers, only 22,670 actual miles. V-8 4-Dr. Sedan \vilh radio, heater, new paint, only 38,8fiO actual miles. '52 Ford '51 Buick Super 4-Dr. Sedan w i t h radio, heater, dynaflow, E-7 e y e glass, one owner. ' 7 51 Chevrolet Used Car Lot 2-Dr. Sedan, w i t h radio, heater, seat covers, s t a n d a r d transmission. 815 nth St. Weld County Garage BUICK PONTIAC CMC U»4 C«ti Tniclu 51 KUR SALE-- II}! Olfe U St. Ph. I1U IZ1 Ho 1951 Dodge 1-door sedan Co r e s e t . Heater, fluid-drive, new seat covers, good tires, fine condition throughout. 430 8th Avenue. Phone 800. McArthur-Wheeler Can ind Tnicki 51 KOR SALE-ISM CMC S/4 too pickup. Ccmlinnkm »iock aa4 grain rick, b»vjr duu lira. 14.000 »cui«l ' - ttdiH. (juui couiiiUoiJ, Rldiu, heAUT- KeiMj-tthi 7 J I 1 J 51) Si.. *vrnini?». House Auro Ttoilen S3 TOR SALE--I wKe«l trailer. Ii8. food condition. T-31 J»rk*on Blvd. FOR SALK-S fl. trailer. v«ry cood l l I A I I . K K t - h - l r r h l t t l . H J e . - n t * T»l*» 10* N Hih * . » I'n Q M W KOR KALK--U ft. Klcir. compltl*ly moiltrn. rfti-ptleO. K*tra nice J1SOO. Con trie lo I-* c o i n c bome. Hiun'i Trailer Park. Evini. ron SALE--TM cciniillon. W y n 1406. hwl lril!fr IB A-l . 407 Iblh Si. Ph. Used Can and Truckl 5 1 tires. DUTCH AUCTION Price Reduced $5.00 Each Day Until Sold 1951 BUICK RIVIERA HARDTOP COUPE Dynaflow, radio, heater, seat covers, good Mechanical condition Rood. A bargain al the starting price o f . . . . Prices are born here--and raised elsewhere! McMILLEN MOTOR CO. $545 Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 1412 8tn Avenue Phone 615 OK'D USED CARS '57 Ford Fairlane '56 Ford · Sedan. Low mileage. Custom Tudor. '55 Ford Fordor Sedan. '56 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Sedan. '56 Chevrolet 56 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Coupe. 55 Buick Super Riviera. '54 Mercury 2-Door. Sedan. '55 Mercury Monterey. '56 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan. '52 Buick "' 2-Door. '52 Studebaker 2-Door Hardtop. OPEN EVENINGS Edwards Chevrolet Co. , USED CAR LOT 1310 Eighth Avenue -- Phone 932 MARKETS commercial cows 17.00; heavy bulll 19.00; medium and fioad stockcr and feeder ate era J 7.50-20-00, * Calves 15; ElauRhler calves weak to uncvely fewer; few good a n d choice 300450 lb wr.Ehls 21.00-22.15. Hoja 525; barely nteady; No 2-3 JW- 23n lb rrMn Teds 21.50; sows 15.50-17.00. Sheep 35; loid food quality lolld moulli to broken moulh storK head good spring lambs 6.30; Heady al 21.00. DENVER ECG3 AND POULTRY Eggs m a r k e t steady i demand mod crate; offering.! liberal; prices paid delivered Denver for dRs candted and grided In Denver, casci Included: largo whites AA J2-31, A 28-30, D 21-25; large mixed AA 30-33, A 30-29, D 21-15; medium Whltei A 22-27, n IB-22; mixed A 22-26; B 18-22; medium 22; underflrades large 13-lfl, small B. Live poultry market steady; demand moderate i offerings liberal; prices paid delivered Denver: hens heavy type 4V4 Ihs and over 15-16; heavy type under 4Vi Iba 14-15; light type 4 Ibs and over 5-9; llcht type under 4 Ihs 7-8; broilers or Iryert heavy type 21. DENVER LIVESTOCK Hogs 500: Strong lo 25 hichcrj BOWB .cr 500 Ibs unevenly lower; mixed U.S. 1-3 I°0-250 Ibs: 20.75-21.00: mixed grade IDWI 370-150 Ibs; 16.00-17.50. Sheep 1300: Slaughter spring Inmbs most- y steady lo ainmg; choice and' prime B3 o 34 Ibs native iprinc lambj 21.00; good ncl choice rotlvps 21.00-22.25,- cull and ililily slauphtcr ewes 2.505.50. Cattle 2.500: Steady, heavier welghti slow; fed hclfcrs fully steady; cowi iully aleadyj bulls slrong; bulk low lo averare choice Icrt steers 1150 Iba down 23.0023 50; high good lo average choice fed heifers 800-950 Iba 22.75-23.50: ullllty cowa 15.00-15.60; uLllily and commercial bulll 17.00-19.00. Calvrs 50: Good and choice vcaleri jtcady at 20.00-23.50; flood and choice jjauffhter calvei ]a,00-2iOO. OMAHA LIVESTOCK I[ogs 8,000: Mixed U. S. No 1-2 K"df .ichrrs str^nff to 25 hkher: llowa 400 M ^-"^^ --^ URchxns ^, . bs down stcndy; mixed No 1-2 eradc . .. 5 ,.. ,« A 39- 90 B MW- 8' butchers 190-240 ibs 30.50-20.75; ow. 4TM ,,,,. « B 57- B9 C 55'A bs down 16.25-16.50. gg.,, jtcady; recclplj 18,100; Catllc 11,500: CSI-.TM lUr Hlrt choice ! 5a , n buj-lne prices unchanged; i r ind prime -'cd stcrrs Rrncrally alendy; L b u A rth i [e a w , fl a , ed heifers mostly steady; b u l l a a n r t veal- me(J , Hm ,,. B[an( i ard M . d l r t l e i U i ers ilearly; prime around 1350 lb f e d ' - - lerrs U 00; choice fiiecra 21.75-23.50; choice hcMem 21.75-23,00; ullllly and commercial cows 11.00-lfl.30; choice vpalrrn ip ia 2-1.00, Shcrp 2,300: Old crop limha and a.auich- er cuci filcady; feeder lambf iteady; odd rluiice around 03 lb ill cm limbs No pel I a 20.00; eood and choice 93 lb No pell lambs 19.15; cull lo good shorn 'aughlcr ewes 3.00-7.00; iood lo chok«i 14-70 lb spring feeder Iambi 20.00-21.SO. KANSAS riTT LIVESTOCK 'attic 3,500; cilvei 300; fed »lren KCD- lly iteady: fed heifers and mixed irllnci nleady lo weal*; cowi and bulli ady; vralcn and i l a u g h l e r calves ^ | u i i weak lo 1.00 lower; ilotkrrs and feeden | n p w ileady 10 w e a k , tcoJ «rade Hleen 21.00- mln CHICAGO BUTTER AND KGGS Butter flleady; receipts 1.370,000; whole- ·hole checks 23: current recelpli DENVER 71KAXS Grncral bid Lo growf-ri for 1359 crop pinloi, Denver iflte ba.iis fielllrf 7.7,,- B.OO for U.S. No 1 and 7.60-7.73 for U.S. No 2; Great Northern Nebraiha MIC hasis idling 6.10 for (J.S. No J · nd 3.E3 for U.S. No 2. Tuesday, June II, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 19 W oman I Women Local Brownies Practice Safety Theme o[ Uie third day of Brownie Pow-Wow Day camp, being held it Glcniucre park, was Brownies Practice Safely. More than 200 second and third grade Brownies arrived at headquarters Monday. They were greeted by Ihe camp director. Mrs. Harry Cam- ceremony, the a song fest. Mrs. eron. After the 1) Brownies lield Donald Fine was Ihe leader. They sang O Beautiful Banner and Sing Sing Together, a round. The girls rcciteti Ihe Brownie Promise and were given the thought for the day. They reviewed Ihe thoughts of the past two iays: Thursday, Brownie Make New Friends; and Friday, Brownie Help Keep America Clean. To stress Friday's theme, Uio Brownies sang Smoky Ihe Bear. The song was senl lo Ihcm by the f o r c s I service. Mrs. Cameron introduced Miss Belly Mnllonoe, who is (he field director of the Mountain Prairie council. For her, Ihe girls sang Hello and The Hed Men, which was accompanied by actions. Following the Goodbye Brownie song, they returned to their units. In mid-morning, after establishing their unit homos in good order, (lie Brownies heard a talk on city safety rules by Sergeant Charles P. Arvas of the Grccley police department. Sergeant Arvas reminded the girls that they should never dash out in front of a car, and that when their mother lakes 'hem to school she should let them out on the side next to Ihc school so Ihoy will not have lo cross the busy streel. The Pioneers, with Mrs. E Moore and Mrs. R. AccoU al lead ers, were busy making a craf projecl using tqnguo depressors and alphabet soup letters. When finished, it will be the Brownie Promise arranged lo form a wal hanging. They were keeping a diary 'of their camp experiences and impressions. The Red Feathers, with Iheir leaders, Mrs. Robcrl E. Wells and Mrs. John Sauer, took a very brisk hike around. Glcnmcrc park. They observed flowers and birds. Col lecling pine cones, feathers, leaves and various other interesting things helped the Brownies develop an inlerest in nature and Ihe beauty around them. From all appearances this will he another successful day camp [or the Brownies, under the able cadcrship of Mrs. Cameron, her co-director Mrs! Waldo Boehncr, children during services. Attend Meeting Iramanufl Women's society mcl last week in the Fellowship hall of the church with member? of Circle 5 as hostesses. -Mrs. Gust Winberg gave tho d»- votions. Mrs. Elmer Frislrom, prcsidet, conducted Ihe business meeting. Mrs. George Thompson, chairman of Circle 5, announced that a conducted tour through Macys mortuary would be sponsored by her firoup Tuesday [ro;n 7 u n t i l 9 p. m. Society voted lo sponsor a congregational birthday party. Plans arc lo be made by Ihe board and announced al a later date. Nursery c o m m i t t e e , composed o! Mrs. Winberg and Mrs. Arl Stroberg, presented a scheduled outline of supervisors and helpers lo havn charge of Ihe nursery for small Sunday morning Mrs. Glen Jenkins, chairman of Circle 2. presented the program on social missions. She said in part, "Social missions provide a mission field for everyone of us. Wo believe lhal it is our d u l y and our privilege as Christians lo live graciously day by day with our neighbor, whoever he may be. "Social missions can mean simply bringing a fresh loaf of bread lo our next door neighbor when he is ill or in trouble. It can mean doing highly trained, specialized job oE social welfare in our OV.TI community or It can mean going to some far corner of the carlh with a cup of cold water for a thirsty soul. Whenever we do this in the name oT Jesus, we arc performing a work of soical missions." Participating in the discussion woro Mesdamcs William Woodworth, Everett Reynolds, Art Carlson, Annie Larson and Julia'Trem- bath. Special recognition was given to Mrs. Edward Peterson for the work she is doing in the preparation cf sewing, a social missions project ol Ihe sociely. Mrs. Jenkins closed her talk with a poem Too Busy. Program was concluded with a vocal solo by Mrs. Norman Larson, accompanied by llrs. Lily Pearson. July 2 meeting will liavo Circle 6 as liosless and Circle 1 in charge of Iho progrnm. Special, guests will be Miss Lorene Anderson and members of the primary end junior missionary. Mrs. Bruce Farr Is DAV Auxiliary Head Mrs. Bruce Farr was elected commander at Ihe meeting of the DAV No. 8 auxiliary ot. tho DAV home Jast week. Other officers to erve arc as follows; Mrs. Floyd tupplc, senior vice commander; Hfrs. Ewald Kler, junior vice com- arid business manager, Mrs. Leo ""tier; Mrs. Elizabeth Alles, nnV , rio chaplain; Mrs. Gifford Adamson, Rohrig. BPW Convention at Ettas P a r k Stale convention of Business and 'rofessional Women's club will be hold at the Crags lodge, Estes 'afk, June 14 through 16. Greeley BPW members will be hostesses at the Sunday breakfast. About six delegates will represent he local club. Copra, sugar, logs, lumber and ibaca were The Philippines' chief cxporis in 1SS6. liigli C^od to aieriftc choice fed around 950-1.050 lb U 00-14.00; ffd h f l f c r i 23.00-W; ullllly ind crclol cowi I3.75-J3.SO; bulls H.Dn- a'fri-22.00; ilockcn and feeder ilecrj 7.00-19.00. sows DENVER POTATOES Total U.S. ihlpmenta Monday 955. Colo. 0: arrived Ark. 4. Cull/. . IdaM) 1; unloaded B; diverted t; on track I; tnu-klni Adz. 7, Ciltr. 4. Colo. 1. Market ileady; 100 Ih U.S. No ! lite A n n l c i i olnrrwlit italid: Colo rrd Ale- i Clures washed 2W-21i In min. 2.00-2.10; : 2 Ariz, roriitd reds U.S. No 1 2U In. 3.50-3.75; lone whites L'.S. No 1 SOYBEANS uly -- cplcmbcr November January March 2.12'i 2.32 2.32V1 2.23H 2.2H4 2.21^1 2.2M/t 2.20W 2.205i 2.24H 2.23V. 2.23Ii 2.27% 2.26VI 2.27 September _ October November _ December STOCK A V K K A f i E S , 12.80 ..... 12.2.1 13.17 J2.72 13.05 12.E! 12.22 13.10 U.7J 13.05 Compiled June 11 ny The Aasoeliled Pre» 30 13 13 60 Induil Halli Utll Slocka A3.5 A I . 3 A0.2 A l . D 273.2 121.« 77.0 IBS.2 Ireasurcr; Afcsdamcs Delia Pryor, Mary Adamson, Frank Miller and Lupo Vigil, unit executive commit- leewomen; and Mrs. John Wiede- stale executive committeewoman. Mrs. Wiodeman, commander, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Lee Nuss, hospital chairman, reported S3.83 work done in May. Mrs. Mol Baker, who was elected second junior vice president o£ the Departmcnl of Colorado at Ihe recent convention in Greeley, announced thai Mrs. Frank Sweigard had been appointed junior activities chairman for Ihe department. Joint installation will be held at Lovcland with the Greeley, Love- Und and Fort Collins chapters, auxiliary and juniors June 27 at 8 p. m., in the Veterans building. Nexl business meeting will be July 2, with new officers in charge. Tuesday Prcv. clay Week aun Mnnth jijto Yclr afo CIIICAi;u CASH K R A I N Wheal, nope; corn. No Mnltinf ehnlee 1.30- · lie A Calif 3.75, Art?:. Chicago Grain *le; b I9.50-M.M; CHICAGO OK -- The govern- IS.50-17.2S. Wall Slreef Seventeen Attend Sisterhood Meeting Sislcrhood class of Iho First SI 1217 77'! l"'l I Mcln °dist church gathered in tha 2sa!o IT.VO 76^ IM'O · parlor of the educational building Z56.7 no.9 73.0 isi.o | as t wcc k. Seventeen members reported 54 calls. . In the absence of the newly elected president, Mrs. P. A. Kirton who is vacationing in Georgia and New York, Mrs. Edd Cassady, vice president, was in charge. Mrs. L. R. Kent gave the devotions, reading Romans 12, a poem and the Lord's Prayer. Other newly elected officers are | Mrs. John McKay, secretary, Mrs. James Silvis, assistant secretary; Mrs. Grace Pilkinslon, treasurer; Mrs. Kent, courtesy chairman; Mrs. E. W. Lambert, teacher; and Mrs. Ora Doty, assistant teacher. Plans were made for the class . picnic July 11 in the dining mom of | [lie huildinj. . Program consisted of poems by stock 'several members of the class. Mrs. ...Bessie K i m c lead several quiz . . Oils, Earlry nominal; 40; feed B3-1.16. KANSAS CIT1- CASH GRAIN* Wheal 33 cars; off "A lo up 4 cenU; No 2 hard and dark hard 2.2W-2.33N; Nn 3 l i r t L car new wheat 3.30i No 2 red 2.UW-2.1DWN; No 3 2.17W-2.18W. 10 rnrs: nominally unchanged. No 1 whHc I.5Z-1.62N: No 3 M2-1.61N; No 1 yellow L mixed 1.36-1.3JN; No 3 1,15-1.3»N. Oats 1 car; n o m i n a l l y unchanged. No while 6C-73N; No 3 S4-1JN. -Mllo mfll7.r 2.23. 1 K t l i r 2.ZO-2.24N. Hye 1.11-U3.V Dai-ley 9B-1-05N. Soybeans 2.33V.-2.37N. Shirp 2.SOO; s l a u g h t e r i a m b s steady lo ]y large Wheat Crop caused Selling 1)3 r»" h ."r^n/° °auchier'''i'i'^bs 1 i°'M!22»': on lhc Board of Trade Tuesday b u l l j the market held up fairly well and | : losses were never !Tgs. prireii Shol covering rallied wheat i n : O L 1 , ulJ , cla . ,,,,.,.·« ,,,i t , u «ua, ,i/j-g ,/onn lr · i « » | l a l c dealings after the downturn afternoon were aboul their best ol\ ,, j' n i , ,|, hid run lo a cent or more si t h e l i h c day.\ , r ICttP.S I tlSl were slrady TucJ k-3E Blow a n d prirei nre l o u c r on CHICAGO r.nnsii, isi h - j t f h r r hoc. hut t h n cln.«c 2.1 tcnls or n ol?. I Abiul 65 hud o[ m o i l l y ?· pound butchers lold at 121.M, lots of mlverf Irgfc 350 tn 25 pound i CHICAGO GHAI.V SOMS told el [lfl.25 10 117.23. Receipt! , n c r r 7J0. ' WHEAT f o l d ) .Slcrrs were loa - and H e a d y to 25 I July cents (town. Other clasiei moilly Heady. .September .. - . Several load* til l(r»- prime stern broucht ! December S2AW lo IW.M. the br.u price. Receipts ! WIir.AT ( i NEW YORK fffl -- The it I m a r k e t made a brish recovery j the market held up fairly well and j Tuesday from Monday's set-back j games. "i iosscs ^^ nevcr !T S"- -on President Eisenhower's stom-; Shot covering rallied wheat i n i a c h upsets. Prices late T u e s d a y - J / r s Joh?J Volume was estimated al around I iz,500,000 shares compared with 3,- · AH ]2 '. Ihe Past Com- 2.0214 J.OIVi 205^ 2.04 9,MO . 2H calves. , . . Good and chotco old crnp limtil »nM t S19.00 la 120. LO, Recclpli were 2,000, Jujy September 2.02' December March XEW YORK D R E S S E D MEATS May _ Compared w i t h Monday: Strcr anrf cow CORN her/ rjfithijifird liul M r k V ; veal and ca!/.'jujy ttarc!y iteflfly; old rrop and iprlnK limit i September m o M l y w e a k It l.lfl oft: prime Meer i December ca^cas^es 609 300 Ih 43.00-4.S.OQ; prime ' Mtreh v^nl W-I20 Ih (1.00-4S.OO; r.holre and May p r i m e old crop l a m b 3VSS Ihs 4^.00- ; OATS Sn 01-. r .l.(W; c h n k e i l r e r h i n d q u a r l e r s 4 7 5 0 .Seplemlirr to 51 ni; rihs 4a.lH.£1.(Hli arm chucks ' December 31.00 lo 31.M I fc/jitch LOS AMiTLES MVKHTOCK I .luIF f s t l l f l 8.10: steers and h e i f e r s steady: *cplember stockTS and Ire^ers s t r s d i ; hleli good \)ecen-,ber ar.d low choice flM-1,100 In steers 23.00; l^larch load food to cholco h e i f e r s 22.00; few May _£. 2.01st 2.0U1 2.03T^ 2.04% 2.04^ 2.11 2.(»i 2.10'i 2.11H 2.10i't 2.10^i 3.C7'/i 2.W 2.0411 ).3Jli l.ifn I.27S, 1.2^.4 1.27'i 1.20'.^ 1.22S I.Slt 1.22% .70 ] Ifii-i 1 17 l,2lVj 1.24 1.24 1.15 Local Market (Corrected to June 11) Wheat, hu. IJali CWL. _ _ Hariri Pinto beans, cwl. BuUcrfai A large eggs A medium eggs _ Heavy hens Heavy Lifihls -Light hens SI.82 S2 it J? mi $8.00 _2Sc _26c _-_8c elected. Mrs. John Gilfillan is commander; Mrs. Forrest \Vilcy, vice commander; anrl Mrs. Mariclc, adju- lanl-trensurer. Secret pals were revealed and new names drawn. A new member of the club is Mrs. John Wicdcman, who was unable lo attend Ihis meeting. A troul supper will be served July 13 al 6 p. m., at the Gilfillan home, 1536 Fourteenth avenue. Members and their husband "jflll attend. , :

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