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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 9, 1948
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Midwest Livestock Minn. Steady Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs 150-160 Jbs $43.00 160-170 Ibs $28.00 170-180 Ibs 127.00 180-190 Ibs. 190-200 Ibs 180-200 Ibs.' $S8.23 200-220 Ibs 128.15 220-240 Ibs $28.25 240-270 Ibs $27.50 270-300 Ibs $28.25 300-330 Ibs S25.25 330-360 Ibs $24.25 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs. $23.25 300-330 Ibs $23.25 330-360 Ibs $23.25 360-400 Ibs ; $22.50 400-450 Ibs $22.00 450-500 Ibs , $21.00 500-550 Ibs $20.50 (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin, Minn. Steady to 25c lower $20.65 $22.65 $23.65 $26.25 $27.75 $28.25 Waterloo OUT OF MARKET $28.25 $28.25 $27.25 $26.25 $25.00 $24.00 $23.25 $23.25 $23.25 $22.50 $21.75 $20.75 $20.75 Cedar Rapids Steady to 25c lower $27.50 $28.00 $28.00 $21.25 $16.25 $25.00 $24.00 $23.00 $23.00 $23.00 $22.75 $21.50 $21.00 $20.75 Livestock in More Gains Chicago, (^—Livestock prices made new gains Thursday to mount closer to all' time records. Hogs reached a top price of $30, just 50 cents below last September's all time high, and choice steers at $39.25 set a new peak for the current crop though still $2 below the Jan. 6 record. Price trends on hogs were unevenly steady to 50 cents up. Most good and choice butchers made $23 to $29.75 and sows $20 to $25.50. (U. S. D. A.) Salable hogs 9,500, total 12,500; fairly active; very uneven; steady to 50 cents higher; most advance on butchers under 300 Ib. and on sows under 400 Ib.; market closed slow; top $30 sparingly; good to choice 170 to 250 Ib. $28.75(329.75; 260 to 280 Ib. $27.75<S:2B.75; 290 to 320 Ib. 5Z6®27.50; 330 to 350 Ib. $24.50(326; choice around 400 Ib. weights $23; good and choice sows under 350 Ib. S24@25.50; 375 to 450 Ib. $21.50©23.50; 500 to 550 Ib. weights $20@21. Salable cattle 3,500, total 3,700; salable calves 400, total 400; all killing classes 50 cents higher; choice 1,218 to 1,325 Ib. steers topped at $39.25, new high on crop; most high-medium to choice steers $35@ 39; half-dozen loads at $39; 2 loads $39.10; choice 810 Ib. heifers $37.65; most common and medium steers nnd heifers $24© 33; beef cows $21(fJ25.50; canners and cutters $16©19.50; heavy sausage bulls $25.75; vealers sold freely up to $29. Salable sheep 1,000, total 1.200; market active; all slaughter classes steady to strong; top and popular price good and choice native spring lambs $31.50; a few }ots $31; most medium and good $27(®30; 2 loads mostly good grade around 94 Ib. yearling wethers $26.50; yearling ewes out to packers at $24.50; slaughter ewes $11.50 down. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Thursday's Market) Chicagro, VP)—(U. S. D. A.)—Estimated salable livestock receipts for Friday: 8,000 hogs, 1,500 cattle and 1.000 sheep Local Livestock Steady. HOGS MASON CITY—For Thursday NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers Veiterby, J. E. and Dorothy, io Richard W. Loiler, *1, (WO) LI in Tanfleiool, C. L., 7-6-48. Paulson, Ruth and Everett, to March R. and Minnie H. Paoey, *1, (WD) Sii of L15 and NJ'« of L10, Sirrlne'i Subd. of LI and 4 of Original L5, 13-1)0-22, 1-6-48. Davis, W. Harrison and Winifred, to Glenn A. and Margaret M. Bell, jt. ten., $1, (WD) L2, Blk. I, R. S, Younj'i Subd. 11-96-20, 7-7-48. Lehman, Lucy, to Sophia Lehman, ?1, (QCD) N 5 rods of L12 in NEVi NW14 10-90-20 and LI* in NEli NWM, 10-9020, 2-17-33. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Corn, Oats Mostly Low Chicago, (£•)—Wheat prices sank Thursday under the weight of record-breaking receipts at Kansas City and very heavy bookings of cash grain to arrive at this market. Corn and oats were mostly lower with the bread cereal, July corn showing pronounced weakness at times. In addition to the large cash wheat movement, the market had to contend with private reports of light showers and rains in the Canadian prairie provinces and parts of the American northwest. These spring wheat areas have been reported in need of moisture over the past few days. The wheat market drew some support from a big expansion in domestic flour business, southwestern mills reporting the heaviest buying in several months. Wheat closed lj-2t lower, July $2.295-1, corn was J-2J lower, July $2.05$-$2.06, oats were 4 lower to 1 higher, July 88J-89, and soybeans were 3 to 4 cents lower, July $4.05. Fire Calls At 10:42 ». in., Wednesday to 1100 block an S. Federal. Truck fire In emergency brake. Out on arrival. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and MM. Henry Wilson, Clear Lake, Thursday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dahle, Kensett, Wednesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kamlsh, Manly, Wednesday. Daughter to l>r. and Mrs. Thomas A. Nettleton, 52L Carolina S. E., Wednesday. Marriage Licenses Ray J. Relter, 67, and Eleanor Olson, 44, both of Minneapolis; Harry Edward Roust, 38, and Ann Mary Zemlick, 'M, both of Minneapolis. New Car Sales Sam Wolf, 1010 Jefferson N. W.. Chevrolet truck; Zenor Motor Co., 12-1 "nil S. E., OldsmobHe; Ezra Laudner, Dougherty, Chevrolet truck; Edwin Fickcn, route S, Plymouth; Dr. R. II. MacLean, Foresters Bids., Chevrolet; W. Dale Rice, Thornton, Ford truck. Good light lights 160-170 $26.00 Good light lights 170-180 $27.00 Good med. weights 180-200 $28.00 Good med. weights 220-240 $28.00 Good med. weights 220-240 $28.00 Good med. weights 240-270 $27.25 Good med. weights 270-300 $26.25 Good med. weights 300-330 $25.25 Good med. weights 330-360 $24.25 Good sows 270-300 $23.00 Good sows 300-330 $23.00 Good sows 330-360 $23.00 Good sows 360-400 $22.50 Good sows 400-450 $21.75 Good sows 450-500 $21.75 Good sows over 500 Ibs. $21.00 No hogs received after 5 p. m. Jacob E. Decker & Sons CATTLE MASON CITY—For Thursday Good steers and heifers S33.00-3G.OO Good to choice steers ar)d heifers $31.00-33.00 Good steers and heifers $30.00-31.00 Medium steers and heifers ... $27.00-29.00 Fair steers and heifers $21.00-23.50 Plain steers and heifers $19.00-21.00 Choice cows $21.00-23.00 Good cows $20.00-22.00 Medium cows $18.00-20.00 Fair cows $17.00-18.50 Good bulls $21.00-23.00 Medium bulls $20.00-22.00 Bologna bulls $18.00-21.00 Canners and cutters $14.50-17.00 CALVES MASON CITY—For Thursday Choice $28.00 Good $26.00 Medium $21.00 Common $18.00 Culls ¥14.00 CLIPPED LAMBS MASON CITY—For Thursday Good to choice $22.50-23.50 Medium $19.50-20.50 Common $15.00-16.00 Culls 12.50 GENUINE SPRING LAMBS Good to choice $29.00 EWES Good to choice $7.50-0.50 Medium $ 6.50- 7.5C Common and culls $ 5.00- 6.0C "CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Thursday's Market) Chicago, (IF)— WHEAT— High Low July 2.31% 2.29»ii Sept 2.32% 2.31 Dec 2.33% 2.32 V t May 2.31 Vi 2.29% CORN— July 2.09'A Sept 1.85% Dec 1.G5 May 1.64V. OATS— July B9Vs Sept B5 Dec B3'/2 May 84% SOYBEANS— July 4.10 Nov 3.28 LARD— July 22.6S Sept 23.15 Oct 23.25 Nov 23.35 Dec 24.65 2.05V* 1.83 1.63',» 1.63Va .88! a .84 .84% .83% 4.04 \'3 3.27 22.45 22.92 23.05 23.15 24.42 Close 2.29y a 2.31% 2.32'A 2.29% 2.05% 1.83% 1.63V. 1.63% .88% .84V» .84V. .83% 4.05 3.27 22.45 22.95 23.07 23.25 24.42 Mason City Grain (Quotations Farmers' Elevator) At 10 a. m. Thursday . 2 oats, 32 Ibs., 10 day 80c Vo. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., July 20 ... 73c . 2 oats, August 72c . 2 yellow corn, 5 day . .. $3.91 Soybeans, No. 2 $3.90 Soybeans, No. 2, Nov. 15 ... $3.00 NEW YORK STOCKS (Thursday Close) By The Associated Press Am. Tel.c& Tel. 155. Anaconda Cop. 39. Bendix Aviat. 36. Beth. Steel 36g. Chrysler Corp. 64. Gen. Elec. 40$. Gen. Motors 64. Illinois Central 42J. Int. Harvester 33&. Montgom. Ward 58J. N. Y. Central R. R. 17J. Radio Corp. 14. Standard Oil Ind. 50J. Sears Roebuck 41 1. Stand. Oil N. J. 86J. Texas Co. 64g. U. S. Steel 81. During the last 200 years, more than 100 kinds of birds have be come extinct. I Democrats in Floyd Draw Resolutions Rockford—Floyd county democrats in convention here pledged themselves to support Guy M. Gillette for United States senator and Carroll O. Switzer for governor of Iowa. The convention pointed with pride to 16 years of democratic leadership in the executive branch of the federal government and commended President Truman for his stand on foreign affairs and domestic policies. The partisan politics of the republican 80th congress was condemned, particularly the 2 republican senators and 8 republican congressmen from Iowa "because of their failure jointly or individually to perform a single act of statesmanship of any kind or character beneficial to the state of Iowa." The convention in its resolu- Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Crumbaugh, Kokomo, Ind., parents of Dr. W. H. Crumbaugh, and his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George Bockstahler, Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting here. For Sale — Choice Residential Lots. D. D. Dye, Phone 85. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Taylor, 610 Walnut, left Thursday morning to visit a week with their son, Capt. Merle Taylor, and family, Fort Knox, Ky. Rumsey electric lawnmower $95 Batter's Sporting Goods. , Thirteen women of the Clear Lake Golf club played Wednesday morning with Mrs. M. A. Hintzman winning the prize for medium score. The women play next Wednesday morning at 9. Good used table model electric mangle. Satter's Sporting Goods. Mr. and Mrs. Georpe Paul and family, Lakewood, Ohio, arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Paul's mother, Mrs. Will Paul, and other relatives and friends in Mason City. Archery Sets $1.49. Satter's Sporting Goods. Mrs. G. E. Curphy announces open installation of Odd Fellows and Rchekahs at I. O. O. F. hall Friday night at 8. R. C- A. portable radios, $29.75 and $34.95. Satter's Sporting Goods. Thimble Bee club will hold a picnic Sunday at Mclntosh Woods State park. Wanted: 2 good Globe-Gazette carriers for 2 good routes. Make Death Notices LEHMAN, Miss Lucy, lifetime resident of Mason City, died at 3 a. m. Tuesday at her home, 419 1st N. E., after an Illness of several months. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at the Holy Family Catholic church at 9 a. m. Friday by Msgr. H. P. Murphy. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Rosary will be said at 8 p. in. Thursday at the Meyer funeral home. Seed*, Fe«d« LYNCH, Mrs. Philip, 69, died at her home, 8 Virginia S. E., at 11:30 p. m. Tuesday, following a lingering Illness. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a. m. Friday at St. Joseph's Catholic church, with the Very Rov. Patrick F. Malone. officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Rosary will be said at the home at 8 p. m. Thursday. The Meyer funeral home in charge. FOR SALE—Baled hay, Reeds Canary, top quality. 95c bale. John Barragy. Ph. 23-F102, Rockwell. Business Opportunities 18 17 I July «, 194* 25 Mai*n City GUbe-Gaxelte, Mat** City. la. FOR SALE—Tavern at Basse It, Iowa. Good business. Dale Frazie, Bassett. FOR LEASE—Modern service station. Doing nice business. Inquire Mid- Continent Petroleum Corp. Fh. 452. WE WISH to express our thanks to the Mercy hospital, the P. G. & E., and to our neighbors and friends, for kindness during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gribben, and family. Funeral Director MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service Phone 1505. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Thursday's Market) Chicago. f/P)—Wheat: No. 1 hard S2.33V'a. Corn: No. 1 yellow S2.14yaQ2.15; No. $2.13%@2.14: No. 3, ?2.12«2.13; No. 52.11'A; snmplc grade mixed $2.13. Oats: No. 1 extra heavy mixed SI.02'/a; o. 1 mixed 97'Ac; No. 2 mixed 98c; No. 1 white 97'Ac; No. 2 white 96V<i<f<97c. Barley nominal: Malting $1.70@1.90; eed $1.25@1.55. Soybeans: None. Small Gains on Stock Market tions stated that "one of the present sitting judges is giving the keynote address at a republican county district in this 12th judicial district. "... Such action on (he part of a judge of this district is contrary to the spirit in which he was supported and elected by both democrats and republicans and contrary to the established tradition of the judiciary in this district while holding such high office to refrain from partisan politics." B. C. Sullivan of Rockford is Floyd county democratic chairman. $4 to $5 per week. Apply Globe- Gazette office. E. B. Shiplee, Clarion, is spending a week with W. W. Fox. For Sale: Oak kitchen cab., white porce. table top, 50 Ib. flour bin, 5 Ib. sugar bin, good cond. Emma Kertchner, 327 South St. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Bieber returned to their home in Madison, Wis., Tuesday after spending the weekend with Bieber relatives in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Sawyer and and Mr. and Mrs. George Urbatch plan to leave Friday for a vacation trip to northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson, Washington, D. C., are the parents of a 6 pound, 2 ounce daughter, Patricia Ann, born at Mercy hospital, Mason City, at 6 o'clock Thursday morning. She has a brother, Scott, 2. Mrs. Wilson will be remembered as Marcella Yeager. The Wilsons are visiting at the E. L. Yeager home for several weeks. The condition of Rodney Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson, who is at University hospital, Iowa City, continued fail- Thursday. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE—Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hanley, 118 \V. Benton street, Clear Lake, announce the marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth "Betty" Hanley Sutton, to Philip W. Thurtle of Eagle Grove. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents at 10 a. m. July 4 with the Rev. Clyde McDonald of Des Moincs officiating. Mr. Thurtle served as a captain in the army 4 years, most of the time overseas. The couple will live at Eagle Grove. Chapter AQ Observes TTT Founders 1 Day Clear Lake—Chapter AQ, Iowa TTT society, held a Founders' Day meeting at the home of Mrs. G. W. Atkins Wednesday afternoon. A candle light ceremony honoring the founders of TTT society was held with the Mmes. G. W. Atkins, B. D. Merriman, James Gilruth, Lyle Stunkard, Henry Volstad and B. B. Bailey taking part. Mrs. Robert Hayden acted as reader for the ceremony. The society adjourns now until September. Thought and Thimble club met with Mrs. Eugene Joynt. Seventeen members were present and held a short business meeting. The next meeting will be Aug. 4 with Mrs. Walter Byerly. Camp Grounds Social club met with Mrs. Leonard Bowers. Mrs. Zed Rule and daughters, Floy and Charleen, Saginaw, Mich., were guests. Mrs. Richard Bardsley entertains July 21. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen installed the new officers of the American Legion Auxiliary following dinnci at the All Veterans Social Center. No meeting will be held in August and the new officers take ~ over Sept. 1. McAULEV & SON Funeral Home. A dls tlnguished, dignified Cuneral service Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 651. PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home Known for service. Ambulance, Oxy gen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140 MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511 "Major Service Meets Your Need." Auto or Air Ambulance. Help Wtd., Female 21 WANTED OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS We have for sale a General Store doing a large and profitable business established many years. Stock will invoice about $5,000.00. Building Frame, large two story priced at only $3,000.00. CHRIS GILLSTRAP Crystal Lake, Iowa Exp. Secretary and Billing Cierk Capable of taking shorthand. Highest salary paid. Stoddard Manufacturing Co, 617 Fourth St. S. W. WANTED—Night cook. Cafe, Manly, la. Rock Island FREE TO TRAVEL GIRLS (3) 18 to 25, to travel mldwestem cities, Texas, California, with well mannered group. Transportation furnished, $60 average weekly earnings to start. Traveling expenses advanced to applicants selected. See Mr. R. L. Turner, Eadmar hotel, Thurs., 7 to 9 p. m, only. No phone calls. WANTED—Exp. bookkeeper and stenographer. Permanent position, pleasant work. Good pay. Write B-7, Globe-Gazette. Personals NOTICE—If you wish to see me or would like to have medicine or glass •leoner, am now located at 410 North Washington. Henry Storck, Ph. G. Lost, Found .OST—Mon. afternoon near Lake Shore, brown billfold containing money and driver's license. Reward. Ph. 331-W, Edwin DeVries, Clear Lake. CAFE AND BEER Good equipment, located in Town of 1750 in North Iowa Doing $30,000 business yearly. Other interests reason for selling. WRITE W-8, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED—Dish washer. Phone 65. WANTED—Waitress. 6 day week. Apply Buehler Cafe. 720 S. Federal. WANTED—Waitress. Pay work only. No Sundays. Al's Cafe. 16 2nd S, E. WANTED GENERAL, OFFICE CLERK 21-35 years old. Must be able to type. Good salary, 40 hour week, pleasant working conditions. WRITE B-8, GLOBE-GAZETTE LOST—Downtown Wed. P. M., man's billfold with valuable papers. Return :o Globe-Gazette. Reward. LOST—Billfold Saturday afternoon Ph. 3390-W. LOST—Small gray -purse. Finder keep money. Return purse to Mardelle Halverson. West Union, Iowa. LOST—First baseman's mitt between Mercy hosp.-East Park. 5104-J. Reward. Ph. LOST—Female, Screw Tail Boston Bull. Name "Queunie." Reward. Ph. 241. LOST—Black purse. Ph. 3764-W. Reward. LOST—Brown billfold in East Park Mon. p. m. Reward. Ph. 2458-W. 917 N. Fillmorc. LOST-BILLFOLD At Legion Golf Course. RETURN TO DICK SCOTT AT A. & P. SUPER MARKET or Phone 1477 Liberal Reward FOR SALE CAFE Doing $50,000 Yly. Business Newly remodeled, best location. Has been called the nicest, most modern cafe in Albert Lea. You will have to see this to appreciate it. Selling because of other business interest. PRICE $9,500 Will give good lease. Fully equipped. Blake Motor Sales Phone No. 5344 ALBERT LEA, MINN. Serviees Offered 27 WANTED—Inside and outside painting. Phone 50GO-W. HEIMEND1NGER TRANSFER LINE Office at 823 Fourth SL S. W. for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. CALL 1070 WANTED—Care of children in good home while mother works, by 16 yr. old girl. 423 3rd St. N. E. ROOMS papered. Painting. Mr. Hyde. Ph. 2869-W. Help Wtd., Mate 20 ,OST—Cameo pin. Reward. Ph. 865. New York, (IF) The stock market slowly felt its way forward Thursday. The advance was timid and numerous issues couldn't quite make it but small gains appeared with increasing frequency as trading neared the close. Rails made the best showing and several industrial issues responded to favorable corporate news. A good handful reached new 1948 highs. Trading picked up a little momentum and for the full session approached the mark. 1,000,000 share Produce (Quotation by £. G. Morie) MASON CITY—For Thursday Eggs, No. 1 44c Forest City Youth Train in Swimming Forest City—A total of 130 boys and girls are enrolled in the city recreational program's swimming section which is receiving instruction 5 days a week at Clear Lake. The swim classes are driven to Clear Lake in school buses where they are taught by instructors furnished by the American Red Cross. It is planned to run the program to mid-August.. Ed Lyons, Forest City high school coach, is in charge of the recreational program which was made possible by popular subscription. Bob Stuart Is Lions' New Zone Chairman Clear Lake—Lions club met at the V. F. W. club rooms Wednesday noon. Forde Lee, president, announced that Bob Stuart is the new zone chairman and that Lions club will be guests of Rotary club July 22 at a picnic at State park at 4:30 p, m. Guests were M/Sgt. Charley B. Tobin, Kansas City, Mo.; Joe Rag- azino, Brooklyn, N. Y.; George Bockstahler, Indianapolis, Ind.; W. O. Crumbaugh, Kokomo. Ind.; Robert Hayden, Clear Lake, and Jim Alexander, Hank Heimendinger and Eric Clark of Prom, Incorporated. The club visited the Surf tor the program and the members were shown through by Hank Heimendinger, manager. Money to Loan "BROWNIE'S GROCERY" NOT "BROWNIE TROOP" Clear Lake—Mistakes will happen. The float listed under commercial in Wednesday's edition at "Brownie troops" should have been credited to Brownie's grocery. The float was a horse drawn vehicle on which were several women dressed in the oldest old- fashioned bathing suits they could find. It was a clever float and the women had a lot of fun doing it. The "Odd Fellows Homes" float was the product of the local Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges. All floats winning prizes were listed in Tuesday's edition and were purposely not repeated. (Editor's note—Thanks to the 17 persons who called up to tell us about the errors. We "would rather be right than president.") NEED MONEY? See MRS. SIMON For Quick, Courteous Confidential Service. LOANS UP TO $300 Security Loan Co. WANTED—Help lor general work in Farmers' Creamery. Year around job Experience preferred but not necessary if willing to work and learn trade. Call or Write Paul EnRen, Farmers' Creamery, Wesley, Iowa. Room 321 First Nat'l B!dg. Ph. 412 WANTED Clean-up Man BORDENS 115 First St. S.W. AUTO and trucK repair service. Johnson Auto Repair. 14 6th St. N. E. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—ail makes. Parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store, 211 S. Federal. Phone 1103. FOR SALE—Black dirt, fill dirt del.: also ashes, rubbish hauled. Ph. 1670-W. DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. WRINGER ROLL S—All washer* Saw Shop, 502 S. Federal. Ward's for Heating Call Ward's Heating Expert (o your home for a free estimBte on your heating needs. Coal . . . oil . . . or gas. Montgomery Ward Eggs, undergrades 33c Eggs, .nest run 37c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. up 26c Heavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. up ... 21c Light hens 17c Springs, heavy breeds 35c Springs, Leghorns Old cocks, heavy breeds 32c 15c Leghorn cocks 12c Eggs, at retail 43-49c Butter, Iowa State Brand. 88-89c Family Gets Together Iowa Falls—The annual reunion of the McMillin family was held at Siloam Springs near Iowa Falls Sunday with about 60 in attendance. Among those attending were the Lester Eggleston family of Roselle Park, N. J., Mrs. W. A. Chumley and children of Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Gleneva Aldrit of St. Croix, Minn., Mrs. Leonard Specht and children of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beckel of Mankato, Minn. Others were from Clarion, Humboldt, Duncombe, Marshalltown, Gait, Waterloo, Waukon, Holland and Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wall of Iowa Falls were named SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (Thursday's Market) Soulli St. Taul, (U.PJ— (U. S. D. A.I — Livestock: Cattle 3,500. Slaughter steers, heifers riraRBy, bvit mostly steady. Cows, bulls unchanged. Steer, yearling run quality less desirable than earlier In week. Load choice 1,311 11). AnRvis steers $38. SO, only scattering choice steers at $37 if i. 38. Several loads good and choice steers, yearlings $36.50, bulk good $33©3G. Medium heifers $31, small lots Rood SJOft^S. Me- Butter, Corn Country 87-88c' chairmen for next year. 637 Acre Stock • i •• and Dairy Farm 31 AUCtlOIl Sunday, July 18,1948 Sale Starts at 1:00 p. m. LOCATION: Take Highway 16 West of Austin, Minn. 6 miles to Highway No. 56, turn North 10 miles to Waltham. The farm lays on Highway two miles North of Waltham. This is a well laid out farm with all buildings in excellent condition. There is 470 acres of crop land. Crops in this year more than speak for themselves. Entire farm is fenced and cross fenced with 14 miles of woven wire. The pasture is separated into three,parts with good water supply in each part. Work land divided in 7 fields all woven wire tight. BUILDINGS: Dairy Barn 72 x 50, stanchions for 38 cows, cement floor and gutters, Feeder barn 72 x 40, Hogrhouse 40 x 20, room for 16 sows, Double corn crib 40 ft. long:, single crib 72 ft. Ion*, 8,000 bu. capacity. Chicken house will handle 1800 chickens, machine shed 110 ft. long. Two cement stave silos, 40 x 60 sheep shed, good 4 room tenant house, and large 6 room home for owner; electricity and good water. School bus and mail route to past the door. • TERMS: The best kind of terms have been arranged for the sale of this farm: $10,000.00 down— 93,000.00 day of sale and $7,000.00 March 1st. Balance will be handled as follows: $20,000.00 first mortgage may be assumed, owner will carry balance on 2nd mortgage at 4% int. POSSESSION: March 1, 1949. Owner will place a starting bid of $72.00 per acre on this farm and any subsequent bid will buy it. Tl.'s farm is well worth an inspection trip. Drive over and see It. Emil Schinkel, Owner Minnesota Sales Co., Clerk A full line of personal property, livestock, and crop wilt be sold same day. dium grade steers, heifers $2fifi::U, common $21i??25. Good cows $23<ft24.50, common-medium $19<R22.50. canncr. cutters SlBTflB.Sf), beefy cutlers S10. Medium- good bulls $22.50(324.50, odd head outstanding becfers $25, cuttcr-rommon ?19Ti.22. Stock cattle scarce, steady. Few medium-good steers S22rg;25. Dairy cows unchanged. Calves 1,400. Vealers =tpady to strong; good $28(328, choice S29ST30, few at $31, common-medium $15ffi25, culls $12(iV14. Hogs 7,200. Weights 240 Ibs. down active, 50 cents higher, heavies steady to 25 cents higher, sows steady to 25 cents higher. Good-choice 170 to 240 Ib. barrows. gilts $20, comparable grade lightweight sows up to $23.75. Average costs, weights Wednesday: Barrows, gilts $24.69, 2!)R lb.1.; sows $22.94, 394. Sheep BOO. Salable supply around 500 mixed truckins. Market active, all classes generally steady. Good-choice native spring lambs $30^31.50. buck lambs $1 discount. Medium-good springers $2SCn) 23, few good-choice old crop offerings, largely lamb mouths $2C(?jl27.50, medium- good $21f<;25, common to $19.50. Good- choice slaughter ewes $li. 50^12, common-medium $n.50Sll. Replacement classes steady; good -choice 2 and 3 year old breeding ewes $.13© 14. ESTHER CIRCLE HOLDS TICNIC Clear Lake—Members of Esther circle of the Bethlehem Lutheran aid of Mason City held a picnic supper for families at State park Wednesday evening with the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Hinz, Mason City, Mrs. Hinz' father, the Rev. R. Schroth, Milwaukee, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loth as special guests. Plans were made to hold a wiener roast for families at McIntosh Woods State park the evening of Aug. 3. The meeting date was changed to the first Tuesday of each month and, beginning with September, the circle will meet afternoons instead of evenings. Signature Loans $25 to $300 LOANS OF $25 TO $300 are made to both men and women—single or married—on their own signature. Secured lonns also made on furniture or car. Our loan service is flexible to meet most every borrower's needs. An application docs not obligate you tn any way. No wage assignment required. APPLY BY PHONE and save time. By phoning us first, we can have everything ready for you when you come .in. No waiting or delay If more convenient, write un or visit our office. State Finance Co. Over United Cigar Stora 201 Weir Bldg- 5 West Slate St. Phone 1038 WANTED Warehouseman Must be World War 2 Veteran or over draft age. CONSUMERS SUPPLY CO. Clear Lake WANTED—Capable, ambitious young man. 22 to 40, to learn production and supervisory work. Should have previous business or educational background. Good starting salary. An opportunity to work into responsible positions. Stoddard Manufacturing Co., 617 4th St. S. W. WANTED—Several men and women, 21 yrs. and over, for steady work. Also men tor night shift, 5 p. m. to 1:30 a. m. Stodrtard Manufacturing Co., 617 4th St. S. W. Clear Lake Calendar FRIDAY—Christian Workers, Mrs. Leonard Juhl, 713 Winnie street, 2. Union Double Dozen club, Mrs. Einor Christiansen. Men's supper match. Rolf grounds, 5. Daughters of the Land 4-H club. Open Installation, Odd Fellows and Re- bcknhs. I. O. O. F. hall, 8. CASH LOANS $20 TO $300 1 DAY SERVICE If you need money for any worthwhile purpose come to Household for a loan on your salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Take up to 20 months to repay. Household Finance Corporation 1174 N. Federal Ava. Phone 541 •FREE TO TRAVEL EX-SERVICE men (4) under 25, travel principal midwestorn cities, Texas. California and return. Transportation furnished. $60 weekly average earnings to start. Traveling expense advanced to applicants selected. Leaving town Fri. See Mr. R. L. Turner. Hotel Eadmar, Thurs.. 7 to 9 p. m. only. No phone calls. GAS MILEAGE? You need every mile per gallon these days. OUR EXPERT SERVICE Plus New Test Equipment • give you the maximum TRY US TODAY CENTRAL AUTO 25 First St. S. W. Ralph Morgan Chosen Head of Osage Rotary NEW YORK PRODUCE (Thursday's Markrt) New York, (/I 1 )—Butter 660,223. Easy. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons: Crcnm- cry, higher than 92 score and premium marks AA 82c; 92 score A 79 I ,i!fJ79%c; 00 score B 77ff577V«c; 89 score C 7S'/ a c. (New tubs usually command l /i cent a pound over the bulk carton price). Cheese 429,927. Steady. Prices unchanged. Eggs 27,880. Steady. New York spot quotations follow: Midwestern: Mixed colors: Fancy heavyweights 52(Q54c; extra, No. 1 large 49rfJSlc; extra, No. 2. large 47W4Bc; extra, No. 1 medium 45Vi(fi) 47'/4c; stnndnrd, No. 1 44VaC; dirties 41 We; checks 37<S3T8c. -Ralph Morgan, principal of the Washington grade school was installed as president of the Osage Rotary club, succeeding Walter E. Sheldon president of the Home Trust and Savings bank. Morgan served as vice president since organization of the local chapter in 1947. New vice president is county superintendent of schools, L. P. Ortale. The Rev. Ross Hartman holds over as secretary-treasurer. New member of the board of directors is Dr. Sam C. Mooney, dentist. Directors holding over include Attorney Joseph B. Casey, Walter LOANS IMMEDIATE SERVICE See GEORGE OLSON ED MCLAUGHLIN or NORMAN BARSNESS UNITED Financial Sen/ "Family Flnancn Counsellors" Serving North lowans Since 1927 WANTED—Painter and decorator. Union scale. Steady work, Call Carl Adams eve., 4646-J, or Apply Associated Builders, 309 1st National Bank WANTED—married man on farm. Separate house. M. T. Van Voorhis, Osage, Iowa. CUSTOM BALING. E. R. Berghefer. Ph. 181-R-l 1 First Class Body and v Fender Work Car Painting Free Estimates MASON CITY NASH CO. 1311 North Federal Phono 83S LAWN mowers sharpened at your borne. Guaranteed. $1.50. Ph. 2185-J. WANTED Day and Night Warehousemen Age 21 to 35. Good working conditions. Apply GAMBLE ROBINSON CO. 502 South Delaware Help Wtd. r Female 21 WANTED—Experienced girl or woman for cooking, housework and care of children. Ph. 2953. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENORS 15i N. Federal Phone 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Stora CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thnrnday'i Market) Chicago, (IP\ —Butter unsettled. Receipts 655,016. Prices unchanged except 'A cent a pound lower on 00 score B at 77c. Eggs fli-m. Receipts 22,706. Price* 3 cent.s a dozen lower to IVa cents higher. U. S. extras, 70 per cent and up A 47(3 48; 60 to 60.8 per cent A 43.5<g45.5c; U. S. standards 40.H(fJ43c; current receipts 40c; dirties 37.Sc; checks CHICAGO PROnUCK (ThiimiUy'n Market) , W1—IU. S. D. A.)—Live poultry: Firm. Receipts 3fi trucks. Prices unchanged except 1 cent a pound higher on fowl at 35c F.O.B. and 2 cents a pound lower on ducklings at 38c 1*. O. B., wholesale market. the Hcv. Gc-orge Stemm, Karl E. Jorde, and Lester G. Benz. Stone Age Skeletons Found San Francisco, (U.R)—Two skeletons of stone age men and collections of stone tools have been found by the University of California African expedition, it is reported by Wendell Phillips, leader of the northern party of the expedition. The skeletons were recovered on the west side of Lake Rudolf. The discoveries may throw additional light on the spread of. early men and their cultures, Phil- ilips said. SEE the United Home Bank and Trust Co. for real estate mortgage loans. LOANS. Federal Discount, 19V4 North Federal. Telephone 516. PHONE FORYOUR LOAN Mr. Nuddleman Mr. Lysne or Mr. Darland INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank MASON CITY Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Clover hay. Phon* 3H-J1. WANTED-MAIDS Steady Employment. Apply Housekeeper HOTEL HAN FORD WANTED—Girl or woman for work on Sundays at nummlc's Lunch Room, N. Shore. Ph. 199-J4, Clear Lake. WANTED—Girl /or housework and care of 2 children. Go homu nignus. Wntc R-7, Globe-Gazette. Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" LANE BROS., Inc. 804 Fourth St. S. W. Phone 447 Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Egeland Skelgas and Appliance 18 South Delaware WANTED —Waitress. Apply Midway Cafe, Manly, Iowa. WANTED—Waitresses evenings. Mlnrtte Lunch, 329 S. Federal. One WANTED—Experienced waitress. Crystal Lunch, 12 S. Wash. MIRRORS rcstlvercd. Factory prootM. Guaranteed. Macket'i: Phona 762. WANTED—Custom baling, auto, wire tl« baler. John Foster, Ph. 429-J2, Mason City. WANTED—Woman to share apartment with elderly Invalid woman for part time care. Write L-7, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Cook. 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. No Sunday work. Mary's Caie, 11 3rd N.E. WANTED—Woman Io help with housework. Ph. 6687-W. The Only Authorized Maytag Sales and Service in Mnson City and Cerro Gordo County. Factory Trained Mechanics. Genuine Maytag arts. A guarantee that means something. HOME APPLIANCE CO. Phone 162 201-03 S. Federal Mason City

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