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Mason City, Iowa
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Clear Lake Briefs 4 T^™' , K< Aa *» ard » Copenhagen, Denmark, arrived Thursday to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aagaard. She was accompanied from Chicago by her granddaughter, Mrs "J. Neidy, and daughter, Carol Ann, i who will visit here 2 weeks. Special summer dresses and skirts at reduced prices.-Ange & Woody, Tot Teen Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling: Prusia and son, Sterling Leon, returned to Kansas City Wednesday evening after visiting Mrs. A. M. Ikenberry at her cottage on First street. . Free dance, V. F. W., Sat. nite, Wayne Pringle's Orch. Members and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arvig Nelson left Thursday for a vacation trip to International Falls, Minn., on the Canadian border. , Mr. and Mrs. Bert Vroman and daughter, Illene, who have been , visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arvig Nelson, North Shore, left Thursday morning for their home in Chelan, Wash. The women are cousins. Mrs. Anton Larson entered Park hospital, Mason City, Monday for observation and care. John David Petersen, small son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Petersen, underwent an emergency operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday. Miss Ann Russell, Washington, D. C., is visiting her aunts, the Misses lone and Ruth Kopriva, for 2 weeks. Miss Patty Kopriva submitted to an emergency appendectomy at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday. Royal Neighbor club held a picnic at City park Thursday noon. The club will meet with Mrs. Roy Westcott July 29. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle are the parents of a 6 pound, 74 ounce daughter, Mary Ann, born at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Thursday morning. She has 3 brothers. Walter Kingrenberg, 309 S. 4th street, who has been at Mercy hospital, Mason City, the past month for treatment of injuries suffered in a fall, is reported quite ill. Mrs. E. E. Chappell will tell of her work in religious education ^ or chldren for the W. C. T. U. program at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Alder Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. fe - Charles Wolford will lead devotions. The Youth Conference of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa, which • has been in session at Bishop Morrison lodge since July 7, closes officially Saturday morning. The annual Boys' conference starts Monday evening for 10 days. Mrs. Walter Woodiwiss, 120 Gold Nugget street, is recovering satisfactorily from a heart attack. Rodney Nelson, 13, has returned home from Iowa City where he underwent surgery, and is now able to be up at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson, southeast of Clear Lake. Mr. Nelson's mother, Mrs. M. N. Nel- Son, arrived in Los Angeles, Cal., last Saturday with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Arbuckle, who drove : through. Mrs. Nelson stood the j trip fine. Daughters of the Land 4-H club will present a program of music and pla3 r s for the Clear Lake DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 18 FIRST ST. CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST DES MDINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Township Farm Bureau at City hall Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. At the close the girls will serve ice cream and cake as a financial Soybeans: None. project. The Rev. Ruben Mostrom announces that the Piney Woods blind singers will appear at the Zion Lutheran church Monday evening at 8:30. Three of the singers from the school in Mississippi are blind. The program will include Negro spirituals and other songs. No charge is made but a free will offering will be taken at the close. United Nations in Lake Camp By JOHN D. CLINTON Clear Lake—It looked like United Nations had moved . into Methodist Camp these closing in-' stitute days. Here, striding along, a robed figure glided shoreward. But around his head there was no feathered reminder of early American spirits who frequented Clear Lake shore. His turban might evidence the fact that Lake Success was moving in except for the flock of "shutter-bugs" following. Oh they didn't all follow. Some were busy watching Lik Kiu Ding trim his opponents at ping-pong. For this native of Sarawak, Borneo, has a rather severe serve. As a student in Ashland Virginia on a Crusade for Christ scholarship he is an Institute resource leader this week. But let us be on down shore with that Arabian, or what-have- you, followed by a quite beautiful and bespangled young lady and a peasant boy. ''the leader was the feature speaker and world traveler Chester Warren Quimby. As an author of such Bible texts as "Paul for Everyone" and "John the Universal Gospel," he ^s busy autographing his volumes, between instructing in the making of silhouettes each afternoon, but late days have found him in his Galilean garb, down shore where films fly as the photographers shoot away. It's the kind of Palestinian shooting the world needs more of. His "wife" for the shooting is Bonnie Schrader of Rudd and his "son" is James Marlin, the younger, of Oelwein; these 2 instituters coming from Waterloo and Dubuque districts respectively. The founder of the camp called this part of Clear Lake shore "Our Galilee," and with this setting in character, the shore was never a better fit for the name. This man Quimby takes the journeys of Paul, for example and places them on the United States, so that Jerusalem was at Wilmington, Delaware, and Thessalonica at Dubuque, with further travel to Beroea, bringing the original Paul to Marion, Iowa. At present Professor Quimby teaches at Cornell college, coming to Iowa a year ago, after periods of service in the field of visiting professor of English Bible at Kansas and Ohio Wesleyan universites and Dickinson and Fargo colleges. Clear Lake Churches ZION LUTHERAN Morning worship. 9 and It, Identical. Sermon: "The Straight and Narrow." The senior choir will sing at 9. junior choir at 11. Sunday school and Bible classes at 10. Ruben Mostrom, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Church school. 9:45. Robert Stuart, superintendent. Congo club class. 3:45, Mrs. Robert Kabrick. leader. Adult Bible class, 9:45. Mrs. T. R. Sammis, leader. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon: "Lord's Supper." The new Memorial Communion Service will be dedicated. Nursery for infants and children. Hearing aids. Air conditioned. Edward W. Day, D. D., pastor. GOSPEL TABERVACLE Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, II. Evangelistic service. 8 p. in. Wednesday service at 8. Thursday evening, youth fellowship, 8. L. E. Barrett, pastor. METHODIST Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship. 11. Miss Mattie Lulu Cooper of Nashville will be the speaker. Afternoon, registration for Laboratory school with reception for visitors at 5:30. The ON HIGHWAY 18 IN "WEST" CLEAR LAKE, IOWA PHONE 710 ATLAS TIRES & BATTERIES ARE YOU READY FOR WINTER? WORN-OUT FURNACES BREAK DOWN AT CRITICAL TIMES If you need a new furnace and have just "pur it off," you'd better buy RIGHT NOW and have installation made this summer before all the furnace people get tco busy to handle the job. We handle the LENNOX . . . The finest money can buy. ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL WORK ANDERSON SHEET METAL CO. Clear Lake Gunner Anderson Phone 583 Carl Anderson Clear Lake Globe-Gazette NEWS of RECORD I ItUson City Gl«be-G»i*U«, Maion City, la.. July 16, 1948 13 LEGAL NOTICES Fire Calls At 12:01 p. m., to front at SOT Pennsylvania S. fc'., car fire cnused by driving with emergency brake on. Globe-Gazette Photo PLANS COMPLETE FOR DEDICATION—The new sign on Methodist Camp Auditorium is ready for Friday's festivity. Planning the event (left to right) are the Rev. Robert Davies of. Plainfield, chairman of the grounds committee; Doctor Earle A. Baker of Cedar Falls, president of the institute association, and brother of the dreamer and builder of the structure; Doctor A. W. Henke, newly elected superintendent of the camp; Doctor John D. Clinton, Des Moines, and Doctor W. Glenn Rowley of Hampton, board members. Divorces Filed Johanna Petersen against Soren Petersen, Grimes township, on grounds of desertion and cruelty. She asks custody of 6 children who are minors and asks that the court fix the amount of support (o be paid. Married Nov. 10, l'J20, at Omaha. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ESTIMATE NOTICE:—The County Board of Education of Ccrro Gardo County. Iowa, will meet July 27, 1948, at 8:00 P. M.. at the Courthouse. Taxpayers will be'heard lor or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year.beginning January 1 1949. This Is in accordance with Chapter H7, Acts of the 52nd General Assembly, creating a county school system. HAZEL V. CHAPPELL. County Superintendent and Secretary of the Board. New Car Sales Dale L. Relchert, 1103 E. State, Pon- tlac; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carrott, Rockford; Pontlac; Bankers Life Co., Foresters IMdg., Chevrolet. Marriage Licenses Charles Bourke, 24, and Joanne Carlson, 1(>, both of Minneapolis; Albert Games Knowles, 21, and Jeanne Carol Robinson, 10, both of Bradenton, Fla.; Dwlglit Russell Stone, 25, and Virginia Maxlne Crandall, 25, both of Mason City; Donald E. Akre, 1J9, Algona, and Arils Elaine Nurre. 32, Clear Lake; Edward Jackson, 24, and Evelyn Edmundaon, 18, both of Mason City; Clarence G. Johnson, 27, Minneapolis, and Jane II. Ring, lil, Denver. ear i "2 *W Wo "n 1 = a-3s IIS •o o S 5 •Sf 2 — 3 0> _ lie" l§3d (SpfSS e C 1 M W* 4 o n •ofi S 3°* ra .§g£°> •M C 5 T S8h2 I 1 ! •go ! IB! County Board oi Education ... 522,525.00 $22,525.00 Total $22,525.00 $22,525.00 DISTRIBUTION OF BOARD OF EDUCATION EXPENDITURES General Control Instruction Auxiliary Agencies Coordinate Activities Fixed Charges JI5.235.00 6,940.00 540.00 403.00 405.00 Police Court Speeding—Burr D. Goodnow, 111 Rhode Island 8. E., and Fred R. Kasllc, Nora, Springs, each forfeited $10 bond. Intoxication—B a r t o n D. Jackson, Manly, fined $10 and costs. Improper Parking—C. J. Hewelt, 833 1'ciinsylvanla S. E. r forfeited $1 bond. No Driver's License—Lyle D. Rabe, Northwood, forfeited 55 bond. Totals—Board of Education Fund $22,525.00 NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 6960 Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Henry Honken, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. AH persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. DEVA A. HONKEN MORGAN J. McENANEY, Attorney Dated June 30, 1948. S. H. MaePEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy GALILEE MOVES IN ON CLEAR LAKE—Bible Professor Chester Quimby of Cornell college instructs in dress, habit and belief at Clear Lake this week. With him is James Marlin of Oelwein, carpenter's son, and his "wife" for the setting, Miss Bonnie Schrader of Rudd. first study session of the school, 7:15. Warner M. Hubbard. pastor. CHRISTIAN Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 10:45. H. F. Risse. Mitchell, school superintendent, will speak. Christian endeavor. 7:30. Evening service, 8. Bible study, Wednesday evening at 8. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sunday masses. 7:30, 9, 10 and 11. Daily mass at 8. Confessions Saturday evening. 7:30 to 9. J. J. Burynski. pastor. CHURCH OF THE OI'EN MIBLE Sunday school, 10. Worship 11. Evangelistic service, 7:30. Prayer meeting, Tuesday, 7:30. Bible study, Thursday, 7:30. Max Noe. pastor. BURCHINAL Sunday school, 10. Sunday school program, Sunday evening, 8. R. C. Ludeke, superintendent. CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST Sunday school, 9:45. Church service, 11. Wednesday evening service, 8. BETHEL CHAPEL Sunday school. 10. Worship. 11. Evangelistic service, 7:30. Prayer meeting and Bible study, Thursday evening, 7:30. David Gaub, pastor. GRANT CENTER Sunday school each Sunday at 10 a. m. Mrs. Dallas Clapper, superintendent. REDEEMER LUTHERAN (Ventura) Sunday school, 10. Worship, 10:30. Young people's league, first Thursday. Sunday school teachers meet 2nd Tuesday. Dorcas society meets 2nd Friday. Choir rehearsal Thursday evenings. W. T. Wolfram, pastor. "Nikki" Bendt Honoree at 3 Social Events Clear Lake—Miss Elizabeth Ann "Nikki" Bendt, whose marriage to Robert L. Ludwig will take place at the First Congregational church Sunday afternoon, was honored at a luncheon shower at the All Veterans Social Center Thursday afternoon. Mmes. George Newman and Frank Barlow and their daughters, the Misses Ann Newman and Billie Barlow were hostesses and cards were the diversion. Miss Bendt won the prize in court whist and Miss Lola Kimball in bridge. The group presented a J. Bendt, gift to the honoree. Last week Mrs. A. Chicago, and Mrs. S. A. y Douglas, Rockford, 111., aunts of the bride- elect, gave her a personal shower at the Bendt home, 401 N. 4th street, with bridge as the diversion. Prizes were awarded Mmes. F. P. Walker, W. H. Bishop, E. W. Day and G. C. Covington. Miss Bendt received a number of gifts. Mrs. William Irons, sister of Miss Bendt, and Mrs. Eugene Ludwig, sister-in-law of the prospective bridegroom, entertained a Mary Jo Hoei, Ventura, to Present Marimba Number * * Clear Lake—Miss Mary Jo Hoei, vho will be a freshman in Venura high school this fall, will appear with the Clear Lake munici- band in marimba solos at the band concerts in City park Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon. Miss Hoei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orel Hoei, Ventura, has played bell lyre with the Ventura school band li years and started on the marimba only last February. In addition to being active in ill music groups, Miss Hoei is interested in atheltics and is an lonor student. She was entered in .he Happy Al Bell radio oppor- Ken Wright Photo MARY JOE HOEL group of classmates and close friends of the bride-to-be at a miscellaneous shower at the Bendt home soon after the announcement of her engagement. Bridge prizes were won by the Misses Barlow and Newman and court whist prizes by Mmes. Dale Olson and T. E. Nelson, Jr. Many gifts were presented Miss Bendt. ARE GUESTS OF LAKESIDE AID Lakeside Ladies aid met at the home of Mrs. Frank Miles with Mmes. Arlcigh Eddy, Grace McDonald, Roy Badker and Eugene Joynt as guests and 24 members present. A short business meeting was held after which the district mystery was passed out. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ralph Kadolph, Aug. 19. Not Stolen—Reclaimed Austin, Tex., (U.R)—An irate citizen called the police department to report that his car had been stolen. Several hours later he called again, apologetically. The car had been picked up by the finance company. QUALITY at Low Cost Bar-B-Q Ribs done the Treloar way. Smoked with apple wood. These ribs are not boiled, they are cooked as they are bar-b-qued. Sauce furnished. Delicious. Take home a slab. CANTALOUPE, Cold 10c each COLD WATERMELON — Whole or Half CLEAR LAKE BEST CREAMERY BUTTER 79c Ib. CORN FED (Aged 5 Weeks) SIRLOIN OR T-BONES These Were Aged Especially for Steak Lovers PURE GROUND BEEF — Made Fresh Daily None Better at Any Price 59c Ib. HI LAND POTATO CHIPS Open Each Day, Including Sunday, Until 10 P. M. !/2 Block North of School House Off U. S. 18 BUSINESS IS GOOD AT BuNDY's FOOD LOCKERS Phone 787 Clear Lake Mrs. Umbarger Dies Suddenly Services to Be on Saturday Afternoon Mrs. Blanche A. Umbarger, 47, wife of Percy Umbarger, died suddenly at her home 2 miles east o£ Mason City Thursday afternoon. She had resided in Mason City about 12 years. Mrs. Umbarger was born Sept. 23, 1900, at Waterloo. She came to Mason City from Des Moines in 1936 and had made her home here since that time. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and a deacon in the church. Surviving are her husband, Percy Umbarger, 2 daughters, Jean Frances and Alice Marie, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Bert Berryman, Jackson, Minn. She was preceded in death by her parents. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel at 3:30 p. m. Saturday. Interment will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 6959. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Louis F. Tank, Deceased, late of Cerro Cordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned lor allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court ETHEL M. THOMAS CLOUGH & CLOUGH, Attorneys Dated June 30, 1948. S. H. MaePEAK, Clerk District Court Ey EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Cerro Gordo County. Anna Mae Phillips, Plaintiff. Charles B. Phillips, Defendant. * You" aVe* "hmby* IQU are nereoy (20) years with right of renewal unlesi sooner dissolved by a three-fourths ('/*) vote of all the outstanding stock. The amount of capital stock authorized is Twenty-five Thousand ($25,000) Dollars divided into one thousand (1000) share* of Twenty-five ($25.001 Dollars each— said stock to be paid for in cash before issued, or to bo paid for in property on Uie approval of the Executive Council of the State of Iowa as provided by law. The affairs of the corporation are to b« conducted by a board of not less than three (3) nor more than' seven (7) directors. The directors shall be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders on the last Saturday in May of each year, and until the first annual election, the Board of Directors shall consist of Tyler P. Stewart, Mason City, Iowa, Dr. E. K. Mewart, Mason City, Iowa, Archie R. Simmons, Evanston, Illinois, and Betty Jo S...imons, Evanston. Illinois. The officers of said corporation shall consist of a president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The office of secretary and treasurer may be held by one person. The annual meeting of the stockholders shall be on the last Saturday in the month of May in each year. Until the first annual meeting of the stockholders on the last Saturday in May, 1949, the officers of said corporation shall be Archie R. Simmons, Evanston, Illinois, President, Dr. E. K. Stewart, Mason City, Iowa, Vice President, Tyler P. Stewart, Mason City, Iowa, Secretary and Treasurer. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. TYLER P. STEWART DR. E. K. STEWART ARCHIE R. SIMMONS BETTY JO SIMMONS Incorporates D. H. FITZPATRICK, Attorney at Clear Lake tunity contest July 4. Besides playing "Dancing Tambourine" by W. C. Polla, with aand accompaniment, Miss Hoei will present a 4 mallet number, 'Old Refrain." Fined $300 for Drunk Driving Roger S. Bohnsack, 614 Jefferson S. W., pleaded guilty before Judge M. H. Kepler to a charge of driving while intoxicated and was fined $300 and costs. His driver's license also was suspended for 60 days. He pleaded to a county attorney's information. Bohnsack was arrested on S. Federal on the early morning of July 10 by local police. 'here is tnere is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiff demanding that she be granted an absolute decree of divorce from you on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. That unless you appear before the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, at the courthouse in Mason City, Iowa. on or before August 11, 1948, default will be entered against you and decree rendered as prayed. Dated this 1st day of July, A. D., 1948. JNO. A. SENNEFF, 5',i South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Attorney for Plaintiff. William Gaffri Dies at Home Services to Be on Saturday Afternoon William E. Gaffri, 73, died at his home, 312 Hampshire N. E., Thursday afternoon, following a lingering illness. He had been a resident of Mason City about 38 years. Mr. Gaffri was born March 13, 1875, at Eichoff, Germany. He came to Mason City in 1910 and made his home here since that time. He was a brick mason by trade and was a member of the brick layers union. Surviving are his wife, 2 sons, Herbert and Walter, a brother, Gustav, and 2 grandchildren, all of Mason City. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Major Memorial chapel, with the Rev. C. A. Hinz, pastor of Bethlehem Lutheran church, officiating. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Clear Lake Calendar SATURDAY—Sailboat races, City dock, 3*. Band concert, City park, 8. The Bering Strait is named after the Russian navigator who discovered it in 1728. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a corporation has been organized under the provisions ol Chapter 491 o£ the 1946 Code of Iowa, and Acts Amendatory thereto, with its principal place of business in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, and the name of said corporation shall be STEWART-SIMMONS, Inc., and the general nature of the business to be transacted by said corporation shall be to buy, sell, and manufacture shoe polishes, shoe shining and repair equipment, and furniture and fixtures for shoe shining and polishing and repairing establishments; to construct, equip and manufacture shoe polishes, leather finishing products; to operate and conduct laboratories for research; to manufacture chemicals and chemical products, and manufacture, buy and sell chemicals, foot appliances, powders, pastes, deodorants, sanitation powders and liquids and spray; to buy, sell, lease, encumber, and convey real estate; to buy and sell patents and patented articles, and to do all things necessary and incidental to the carrying out of the powers herein expressed, and those incidental thereto, the same as a natural person might or could do. The corporation shall commence business on the twenty-ninth (29) day of May A. D., 1948, and continue for twenty NOTICE TO BIDDERS Public Notice is hereby given that I sealed proposals will be received at the office o£ the City Clerk of the City of Mason City, Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock p. m. on the 2nd day of August, 1948, for the converting of the present heating system at the City Hall from Private Boiler to City Heat.. Each bid must be submitted on a form of proposal which may be obtained upon application from the City Clerk' of said :ity and must be accompanied by a certified check in an amount equal to five per cent (5%) of the bid, drawn on and certified to by a bank in Iowa, payable to and at the office of the City Treasurer, •which check shall be forfeited to said City in case the successful bidder shall fail to properly execute a contract for the work in the form of the contract now on file with the City Cierk and file a gocd and sufficient bond with sureties approved by the City Council. Plans and specifications may be received from the City Clerk upon receipt of a deposit in -the sum of $5.00. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL. H. E. BRUCE Attest: PEARL B. KELLOGG, City Clerk Mayor PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Adjustment of the City of Mason City, Iowa, will be held at the Council Chamber, City Hall, Mason City, Iowa, on Tuesday, August 3, 1948, at 3:00 o'clock p. m. at which time and place the request to build a four foot vestibule on the front of dwelling located on the following described property Lot 3 in W. L. Pattern's First Add!lion, otherwise known as BIT lath St. N. E. will come on for hearing. Any person interested therein may appear and file objections to this request, W. L. NICHOLS, Chairman Board of Adjustment Moss plants often are used by birds making nests. NIGHT Lund Sa ALE UPW Files Records of Contempt Case With High Court DCS Moines, (#>) — The Mason City local of the United Packing- inghouse Workers union filed with the Iowa supreme court Friday the record of a Cerro Gordo county district court case in which the union and 47 of its members were fined a total of $6,200 for contempt. The supreme court several weeks ago granted the union's petition for a review of the case. The union and its members were convicted of violating an injunction during a packinghouse workers strike at Mason' City last spring. The injunction prohibited the strikers from interfering with the operations of the Decker packing plant. MOTHER DIES IN CALIFORNIA Clear Lake—Mrs. E. E. Ludwig plans to leave Sunday afternoon via the Rocket for San Diego, Cal., to attend funeral services for her mother, Mrs. C. A. Pratt, 76, who died there Thursday evening after n brief illness. The rites will probably be held Wednesday morning. Sale starts promptly at 8 p. m. — CATTLE — Last week the good cattle sold very good from $2 to $4 per hundred higher. Stock cattle were steady. The commoner cows were $1 per hundred higher. We had a large run of cattle bringing between $28.00 and $32.00 per hundred. Bring in your cattle for a satisfactory market. Top bulls are bringing $24.00 per'hundred. Veal calves $29.50. — HOGS — Feeder pigs topped at $29.30 per hundred. Wet sows topping at $23.90 per hundred. The hogs here last week were not nearly enough to fill the great demand we have. Piggie sows and sows with pigs at side are really reaching an 'all time high. — SHEEP — The price of sheep is holding up very well. Good slaughter ewes bringing $11.00 per hundred. Good strictly spring lamb: sold as high as $30.00 per hundred. A Good Market for All Kinds of Livestock GIVE US A TRIAL GERALD WOHLER, Auct. & Mgr. Leonard Boyd and J. Wohler, Ringmen Bam Phon« 3758 Residence Phone 282-J-4

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