The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 13, 1959 · Page 11
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ICY THRILL—Two cars, carrying youths, slither across the ice on the Susquehanna River as other youths watch from an island near Pennsylvania's State Capitol after the youths continued the thrill game desipte Harrisburq police attempts to stop the practice. Police said that the stunt was extremely dangerous since the ice could break under weight of the cars. (AP Photofax) (Continued from Page 6) Richard Todd Observes Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Todd, 1907 Deneen, held open house Sunday in observance of the 86th birthday of Richard Todd. There were guests from Austin, Rose Creek, Adams, Elkton, Minneapolis, Mason City and Osage. Mrs. Todd was assisted by Mrs. named for the coming elections and the group voted $15 toward financing the church paper, "Trumpet." Lyle Grange Sets Plans for Degree Work LYLE, Minn. — Membership drives, sewing contests and degree work were discussed by the Lyle Grange Thursday at the Harry Leni home, west of Lyle. No definite action was taken on the membership drive, A planning meeting will be held at Adams, Jan. 22, with a 7:30 p.m. cooperative supper. Degree work will be done in March and April and Lyle will put on the tableau. The sewing and corcheting contests were discussed. Pour members reported on the officers and workers training meeting at Lansing and a $5 contribution to the March of Dimes was given. Plans for the card party, Saturday, were discussed. It will be held in the KP Hall, Lyle, and Grange members, and friends are invited, Farm Bureau Movies Shown GRAND MEADOW, Minn. — Aaron Robertson, Minnesota Farm Bureau-district-fieldman, showed movies on Farm Bureau work to the Clayton Farm Bureau unit Thursday, Robertson spoke on Farm Bureau activities and programs in 1959 and reviewed the program adopted at the last national convention. Robert Kusterer showed movies of a wheat harvest in the West. Licenses to Marry Drop Mower County maidens were somewhat less effective in snaring husbands In 1958 than in the past two years — or maybe the number of eligible bachelors in the area declined. Figures released by Clerk of Court WillianTSucha showed 359 marriageable licenses granted in Mower County compared with 382 during 1957 and 372 during 1957. Actually these figures do not tell the complete story since Mower County lasses can take cut marriage licenses in other states, but If they want a licenses in Minnesota they must get it in the county of residence. June regained its traditional place as the top wedding month, when 53 couples got their licenses. Last year August led the niar- riage parade followed by May 'with June coming in a close third, Number of marriage licenses granted in other months follow: Jan. 14; Feb. 23; March, 19; April, 28; May, 23; July, 22; Aug. 41!; Sept. 31; Oct. 37: Nov. 31; and Dec. 00. No Action on Student Loan Proposals ST. PAUL (AP) — The Senate Education Committee refused today to act tn a bill to authorize jthe five state colleges to parlici- I pate in a federal student loan pro- Women's Fellowship Installs Officers The Women's Fellowship, Grand Meadow Congregational Church, met with Mrs. Harry Partridge Thursday afternoon for installation of officers and chairmen. Those installed are Mrs. Edna Natural Gas Ss Film Topic The origin, drilling and distribution of natural gas was explained to Rotarians Monday noon through a film showing the processes used to bring natural gas Into the home and industry. . Steve Schuster, Minneapolis, brought the film for Northern Na- A pot luck noon dinner preced- the attorney gene'rafBayinTwheTh' t , ural Gas Co " " Al- °u»d the Clock," ed the meeting at the home of'« it is legal for the state to lend i dei ?! cUn J? , the development of a In the business session, Henry!gram until constitutionality of the February hostesses will be Mrs. Mortenson was appointed Combin-; proposal is determined. Donald Olson and Mrs. Dallas Powers. ed Rural Soliciatations chairman | Sen. Charles Root of Minneapo- FSVM I VIA *.Mi<l 1 .. ... . * for the unit. Us said he wanted a ruling from HUGE SQUASH AND SMALL BOY — Eight-year-old Francis Lutz, Montrose, Pa., finds it impossible for him to lift a 127-pound sweet squash as the boy toured the Pennsylvania Farm Show at Harrisburg. The squash was grown by Fred Antes, of Williamsport. Pa (AP Photo- fax) . Mr. and Mrs. Milton Griffel. Mrs. i Public funds to individuals. well which costs from $25,000 to . , Edward Corner, Mrs. Harold Gom- i Kun ». treasurer; Mrs. Raymond I er, Mrs. James Miller and Mrs. ! Co ' uns ' secretary; Mrs. Ada Sch-j „„, ...4..AVWJ4 V*i*lltl. 1»H O. I ' *"" "** «•«• T *V4MM»U. I . l\nn »i. Elgar Johnson was assisting hos-j The bill proposes a state appro-'?/,' 00 "' 000 ; " ° fteU tak . es '," any tess. The next meeting will be at " »"•"»-the Anton Scholfield home. Crews Bring Fliers' Bodies Hex Stubbs. Gifts were presented the honored guest. New Members Join St. Veronica Unit Three new members were welcomed by St. Veronica Unit Monday evening at the home "f Mrs. Robert Simons, 2006 Parkview. They are Mrs. Clifford Uher, Mrs. Roger Reller and Mrs. Robert Mor- Recitation of the Rosary preced- f-d the study club discussion, Jed by Mrs. Edward Quednow. Mrs. Arnold Hall won the door prize. Kosels Celebrate 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kosel observed their silver wedding anniversary with about 110 friends and relatives "-inday at their home, 20B Lyman Lane. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Manford Ness presented the honored couple with a corsage and boutonniere. Mrs. Ness and Mrs. Lloyd Kosel were hostesses with Mrs. Walter Feeley, Mrs. Orris Ohm, Mrs. George Stahl, Mrs. Marlin Burns and Mrs. Alvin Sen- roecler assisting, Mrs. Edward Ohm baked and served the anniversary cake. Guests came from Austin, Rochester, Lamberton, Minneapolis, Brownsdale, Byron, Kasson and Waltham. Miss Bonne Hynie Honored at Shower A bridal shower complimenting Miss Bonnie Kay Hynie was held leiger, devotions chairman; Mrs.) Partridge, sunshine; Miss Gert-' rude Wiisie, home missions; Mrs. Verne Partridge, interdenominational; Mrs. Charles Bush, friend-, ly service; Mrs. Rodney E. Bur-j rington. thank offering; Mrs. Lyle! Dettloff, foreign missions and Mrs.' ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — reached the shattered an Air Force plane high an Alaskan glacier Monday the task of bringing Stanley Sargent, social action. Mrs. George Kuhn conducted devotions and the Rev. Stanley Sargent, pastor, showed films taken at church activities. PERSONAL NOTES Harry Siffing, 610 Bauman, entered St. Olaf Hospital Monday afternoon. His room number is 144. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller, Great Neck, N. Y., were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, 1407 Walnut. Donald Miller is an employe of Sperry Rand Corp. and was in Minneapolis on business before his visit here. Both Drivers Are Tagged in $275 Crash Both drivers were tagged in a collision at 4:20 p.m. Monday at River and Bridge, with total damage of S275. Daren Thompson, Lyons, Colo., was tagged for not having his out the bodies of nine crewmen. The crippled C124 failed to clear a 5,200-foot mountain range late Sunday as it came in, with two of four engines out, for an emergency landing at Homer, on the tip of the Kenai Peninsula. The giant plane was demolished as it struck Petrof Glacier between the 3,000 and 4,000 foot levels. The Globemaster from Travis Air Force Base, Calif., had disappeared into clouds while being escorted across the Gulf of Alaska by Coast Guard amphibians. A massive air-sea searcn ended when a civilian pilot spotted the wreckage Monday morning. Helicopters lifted a rescue team to the spot. The C124 took off from McChord AFB in Washington about noon Saturday on a flight to Kodiak, Alaska. It carried more than 17 tons of classified military cargo. AHS Class of 1934 Starts Reunion Plans Austin High School graduates of priation of $100,000 to enable state colleges in Bemidji, Mankato, Moorhead, St. Cloud and Winona to share in a federal student loan program. Under the federal law, the slate would provide one-ninth of the total loan fund. Dr. Roy Prentis, executive-secretary of the State College Board, said • the state might be entitled to as much as $900,000 in federal funds for student loans. He said he believed the University of Minnesota, junior colleges and private colleges in the stale could now participate. Gail Cart Named Masonic Master BROWNSDALE, Minn. — Gail Cart was installed master of Lafayette Masonic Lodge, last week. Other officers installed: Lester j Tapp, senior warden; James .Steward, junior warden; Howard Hill, treasurer; Carlise Madison, secretary; Edward Ekberg, senior dea- MARKET Tuesday, Jan. 13, IBS!) Tlio fallowing prices wcru paid at Austin. Bnrrows and outs Orndlng 160-170 170-180 190-220 220-230 230-240 240-250 250-260 2GO-270 270-280 No. i ....17.15., ....18.85., ....1G.55., ....10.25. ....15.95,, ....15.65., ....15.35., 280-290 15.05., 200-300 No. a 13.75 M.75 15.75 ..10,75.. ,.16.45.. ..16,15.. ..1S.B5.. ..15.55.. ..15.25.. ..14.95.. .14.65.. No. 3 .10.35 . 18.05 .15.75 .15.45 .15.15 .14.35 .14.55 .14.2? .,,14.75, ...14.35. ...13.95 All butchers wctuhinB over 300 ibs arc priced tho sumo us sows at tlie Qrncllng 270-300 300-330 3CO-360 dusters' 1 before a good well pays iJoo-«o off, the film showed. ! ?30-5<x> , The company uses one billion | s? 0 " 550 cubic feet a day and pipes it toj 600,000 houses and two million people in this area. wgt classlHcntton. 1'ACKJNG SOWS No. I ..14.65.. ..14.40., ..14.15.. ..13.DO.. ..13.40.. .,12.90.. ..12.40.. No. 2 .14J25,. .14.00.. .13.75.. .13. r O.. .13.00.. .12.50.. .12.00., Searchers Dig Frantically for Missing Boy SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Under searchlight glare from a Coast Guard boat, police and firemen dug frantically into a landslide in the Golden Gate Monday nighf for a missing IG-year-old boy, Bill Stoltero. The search will be resumed today. His girl friend, with whom he had been climbing up a cliff from „ u« u t u \- ., " ^ tol f, pol ' ce th ^, sa(w . a mass of earth and rock hurtling down on them from above. "I jumped one way and he jumped the other — he just jumped the wrong way," said con; Ralph Holder, senior ste-j ward; G. I. Coffman, junior steward; Orville Jensen, chaplain; F. 0. Tanner, marshal; and Oren Blabaum, tyler. Lunch was served after t h e meeting. Tanker Explodes; 34 of Crew Missing ISKENDERUN, Turkey (AP)— The giant tanker Mirador exploded in the harbor today and started to sink. Six Turkish crewmen the Mirador and 34 crew mem- under 100 ...11.90....11.50.. STAGS NO. 3 .13.85 ,.13.00 ,.13.35 .13.10 , .12.00 ,.12.10 ..11.60 ,.•11.00 8.25 Stasis -WO-600 "i lass over 000 ......,... .6 -50 UnderMnUhor) cull or filled hngs .ust be discounted Recording?. All >o?,8 nre Niiti|pct tn Rovpnimciu inspection. i.A.MH MAKIU:T hold- & I'rlmc IP.00 Choice IB 00 ,_ ,, • '..'.'.Vl7.00-lE.On Medium 1G.OO-17.GO . All buck ambs discounted $\ per hundred weight by Rrnde. Lnmbs over 100 ibs. discounted 20o per cwt per pound over 100- VKAL MARKET Veal calves of all weights and class•9 purchased Choice 130-230 ........... 3250-3-1.00 Good 1BO-220 .............. 20.00-30.50 Standard .................. 27.00-28.50 Utility 180-230 Itas ......... 24.00-2S.50 Choice heavy 240-300 Ibs. ..29.00-30.50 Good heavy 240-300 Ibs. . ,27.00-2f)..'0 Culls all weight ............ 11.00-20.00 All ealvea over 300 Ibs. dtacnunterl 53 CWT Veal calves will be accepted at Am- tin until 9:30 a.m. Friday No marlcel in Saturdav CATTLE MARKET 0 3. Prime steers A-. year"IBS .................... 27.50-29.50 „ 0 S choice steers to year- U s Unnd steers ft re»r 25.75-28.00 U»8S - 23.25-25.75 ' S Standard »'eers & yearlings 20.75-23.25 All heifers 25 cento to 50 cenw CWT under steer prlceu Al! steers over 1,050 Ibs. and heifers over 950 Ibs. ore •Mscoumed accnrdinp to weight 'J. S. Commercial Cows ..17.50-20.00 U. S. Utility Cows 16.75-18.25 Cutter ld.00-18.CO Gunners 14.50-lfl.75 Hit. Bulls ....10.50-2200 Sausage Bulls 19.75-2-100 't. VVt. Thin Bull» 14.00-1G.OO AUSTIN CHAIN MARKET Soybea ns w 02 '""" . .5-1 Oats 'oru She was covered with mud and suffered from bruises when she panted to the top of the cliff and hailed a passerby to report Stol- tero's disappearance down the 350-foot cliff. IOWA NEWS 5 SEATS CONTESTED . _ DES MOINES (fft — The Legis-^''°l ce 1103 Ib Daughter steers j sales.) SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — (USDA) — Cattle 5,500; calves 1,500; trade on slaughter steers and heifers fairly active, steady; cows weak and occasionally 50 lower; bulls steady; load average lots mostly Is 190-215 Ibs t?.f><>. 17.75; around two hundred head at 17.75; 24 mixed grade 230-250 Ibs 16.25-18.75i a few mostly 2s around 230 Ibs to 17.00; 2-3 mixed grnde 260-21)0 Ibs 15.75 - 16.25; a few 2s 270 Ibs also 16.25; several lots 2-3 mostly 3s 290-325 Ibs 15.2515.75; one lots 2s 290 Ibs 15.85; mixed grade 330-400 Ib sows 14.2515.00; 425-550 Ibs 13,00-14.00. Cattle n,000j calves 200; choice and prime slaughter steers steady to 25 higher; n load of prime 1,235 Ib slaughter steers 30.75, highest since last July; most choice and prime steers 26.75-29,75; a few loads 30.00; some choice over 1,500 Ib steers down to 20,00; choice steers 1,050 Ibs and lighter sold up to 29.50; good 25.25-28.00; standard 24.00-2fi.50; a load of choice nnd prime 950 Ib heifers 28.75; two loads high choice nnd prime 1.125 Ibs mixed steers and heifers 29.75; bulk good and choice 2(5.0028.50; utility nnd commercial cows 17.75-20.50; canners and cutters 10.00-19.25; utility and commercial bulls 24.50 - 27.00; good veolers 31,00 - 34.00; utility and standard 21.00-31.00; culls down to 10.00; a load of medium and good 700 Ib stock steers 28.00; a load of good and low choice 1,000 Ib feeding steers 26.75. Sheep 4,500, slaughter lambs weak to mostly 25 lower; most good and choice 98-110 Ib wooled lambs 18.00-19.50; a liberal number choice 00-107 Ibs 19.00-19.50; a shipment of high choice 19.75 TT deck of choice 127 Ibs 18.50; cull to low good wooled slaughter lambs 14.00-17.50; good and choice shorn lambs 85-107 Ibs largely with No. 1 pelts 18.00-18.50; cull to choice slaughter ewes 6.00-7.50. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Live poultry no tone; Monday's receipts were 77,000 Ibs; wholesale buying prices unchanged; ca- ponettes under 4V4 Ibs 20',i-22; over 4& Ibs 20V4-22H. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady receipts 865,000; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 03 score AA 5714; 92 A 57«,4; 90 B 56%; 89 C 57 V4; cars 90 B 57'A; 80 C 57. Eggs steady; receipts 16,200; wholesale b u y i n g prices unchanged to % higher; 70 .per cent or better grade a whites 35Vi; mixed 35'/i; mediums 34; slan - dards 33 M.; dirties 31 ',i; checks 30!a; current receipts unquoted. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) _ Polatoes arrivals 74; on track 20R; total U.S. shipments 649; old — ' , supply moderate, demand moder-i ate; market for russets about sleady; round reds firmp car lot track sales: Idaho russets 3.50 3.70; Idaho bakers 4.00; Minnesota North Dakola Red River Valle' pontiacs 2.20-2.45; Colorado Rec McClures 2.75; Colorado russe bakers 3.75; new — supply light demand moderate; mar3t abou steady; no ca'rlot track sales re ported. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat sample grade yellow hard 1.89'/i. Corn No 1 yellow 1.19; No 2 yellow 1.19; No 3 yellow 1.16-18; No 4 yellow No 5 yellow l.OaVa-17; Top National Amvet to Be City Visitor AUSTIN (Mirth.) HSftAtD 44 v j«i», t3, my II Girl, 3, Dies; State Road Count Now 16 DR. WISTON E. The national Amvet commander, Dr. Wiston E. Burdine will be in Austin Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Austn Amvet Post at the Armory at 8 p.m. I He is scheduled to tour the Geo. \ A. Hormel & Co. plant Wednesday morning and leave for St. Paul Thursday morning. } A native of Georgia, Dr. Bur-! dine got his MD Degree by working his way through the Unlver- CROSBY, Deblock, 9, ot Caj-ana tied day night in a hospital hwr bf injuries received in a traffld dent Sunday night, Debra was injured In fi collision of two ears on 210 about four miles west erf ton. Her death raises the statewide toll to 18, compared with 27 to this date a year agd. Community Club of Riceville to Elect RICEVILLE, Iowa — Officers of the Riceville Community Club will be elected tonight to the Riceville Telephone Co. rumpus room. Nominating committee members are Mrs. Richard Berry, 0. J, Farus and Rex Willis. Officers are Mrs. Berry, president; M. E, Mcssersmith, vice president; Glenn Grossman, secretary; and Bernard Hendricks, treasurer. 25 WORDS THAT THE COMMUNISTS FEAR! They arc your words! The 25 words of sity of Georgia. He entered the ""tn/oH send to be broadcast behind ur :„ M* ,n,n ,__. L he Iro .n Curtain over Radio F«« infantry in Nov. 1040 as a combat surgeon and stayed in until after the end of World War II. He was elected to head the Amvets in Aug. 1058. ZRUCKY Refrigeration Service HE 3-3607 AIR-CONDITIONING Europe] That's right! Now you may send your own Truth Broadcast behind the Iron Curtain. And you may be down to Europe to ' broadcast It yoursejf... or you may be awarded one of 200 high-powered Halli- crafter short wave radios I Just complete this sentence tn 25, words or less ,.. "As nn American I support Radio Fret Europe because., ." S»nd your (nlrfti fa: '" Cruiodi for Frttdom Box 10-P, Mount Vtrnon 10, N«W Yard Published as a public service in coop-. trillion with The Advertising Council. sample grade yellow 1.02-15. No oats or soybeans. Soybean oil 9% nom. Barley: malting choice 1.20-1.35; feed 1.05-1.15. NEW YORK (AP) — Wholesale prices on bulk cartons (fresh). Creamery, 93 score (AA) 58%59 cents; 92 score (A) 5814-58%; 90 score (B) 5814-58%. Cheese steady; receipts 375,000; prices unchanged. Wholesale egg offerings moderate; demand fair today; receipts 22,800. (Wholesale selling prices based on exchange and other volume — — ~« .... — ^..n. ^ S I.T ,„ „ -, 1034 started plans Monday night l bers of tne Turkish salvage tug Mature seated its members Mon-!„'.„' ™ . , lce steers 26 - f) °-1 New York spot quotations for a reunion banquet and dance' Imroz were reported missing. >.Aay with six seats, five of them: U; cno 'ce heifers 26.50-27.50; ... _ n uunvi., .._!:_ it._ TT , .. ... i average to nn»v> r-hninn nan iu this Summer. driver's license in possession and : Norman Stuewer was elected Donald E. Underdahl, 609 Grant: president of the Alumni group, was tagged for failing to yield Mrs - David Averbook, secretary, the right of way and driving with! ^d Mr s. Emmet Phifer, publicity an expired driver's license. Dam- chairman. Members of the class are asked •age of $200 was done to the Monday evening at the home of Thompson car and $75 to Under- to send their namss and addresses Mrs. Harold Hynie, 300 Sunset. As-| c ) a j,i' s I to Mrs. Averbook at 602 S. Sixth. siting hostesses were Mrs. Nor- ] A hit-run collision at 10:20 p.m. Hynie, Mrs. Alex Petersen, : Mond at the £ ' Mr '- lot '; caused $15 damage to the car of „ I Donald Whitcomb. 1814 River Park- Games were played and prizes! awarded Mrs. George Ellis and' Miss Janet Hartwig. Mrs. Harry! Dam ee of $300 was done to the Hynie received the door prize. ! car of Emi1 E ' Arndt Jr - 1412 Mary and Linda Hynie assisted tlic ;Grove - and $15 ° lo , the car of War. bride-to-be in opening gifts. ren s - Root - 81 ° W - Oakland, in Miss Hynie's marriage to Paul' 0 c ° !lision at «: 07 a ' m ' today at Ellis will take place Jan. 18, at! Bnd S e and Ma> »the First Methodist Church. i W. L Edwards to Be on School Panel The Greek-owned tanker, which I in the House, being contested. The j^ BiCT "f oe flies the Panamanian flag, was I contests will be decided by corn- badly damaged in the harbor i mittees appointed by the Senate weights hi * h lb commercial cows ... .... ________ here on Dec. 18 by a fire andl and House explosion as it was transferring j COACH INTERVIEWED gasoline to the U.S Navy oiler Ocklawaha. CO-PUBLISHER DIES There were approximately 160! BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP)-Louis, graduates who should be interest-!j. Leavy, 79, co-publisher of the' cutter and utility bulls 23.00-25.00; big weight utility offerings 25.50; vealers generally steady; slaugh- AMES (ft — Gordon Chalmers, ter calves steady; good and choice swimming coach and assistant ath- j vealers 30.00-3(i.OO; high choice letic director at the U. S. Mili- a "d prime 37.00-39.00;' good and WSWS Session at Sargeant Church ed in a 25th anniversary festivities. i Minneapolis Man Is Shot to Death MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A 39- j year-old Minneapolis man was shot to death in his northside home today. Detective Inspector Charles Wetherille said C. K. Jackson was shot during a domestic argument. Brunswick News, died Monday after a week's illness. Leavy's newspaper career spanned 59 years. He had served the Brunswick paper as city editor, managing editor, co-editor and co-publisher. RETIRED OILMAN DIES SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Harold Bertels Fell, 69, retired Oklahoma oil producer, died Monday. He was president of the Simpson- Jackson died of a shotgun wound Fell Oil Co. and the Rickey Roy- RICEVILLE, Iowa — A former Understanding Is Better Thar, superintendent of the in the chest. Wetherille said Jackson's wife, tary Academy, arrived Monday to be interviewed for the athletic directorship at Iowa State College. REAPPORTIONMENT NEED DES MOINES (ffi — Gov. Herschel Loveless said Monday he was glad to see the Republicans give recognition to the need for legislative reapportionment. He was referring to a legislative program mapped out by GOP legislators at a joint caucus in Des Moines last Saturday. TIGHTEN DOG CONTROL DES MOINES l,B - The Des out charge. . Silver," Mid East study theme, school system will appear on a ! ^f n ^'J_ 9 ' was being held wUh ' was the topic when the Women's panel at the American Assn. of Society of World Service, Sargeant School Administrators convention HUB Church, met Thursday after- j n Atlantic City in February. 1K *f ' i He is Walter L. Edwards, now Mrs. Ray Miner and Mrs. Earl supei . intendent of the Estes Park, Mil er were hostesses and the study c , wic sdl(lo , s He was WUS COlldllftpH hv Mrs kpiinpt t> . . _ ....... . choice slaughter calves 26.00-30.00; stacker and feeder classes quotable steady. Hogs 18,000; all classes fully steady; 2 and 3 190-240 Ib barrows and gilts lfi.25-16.75; 1 and 2 hogs 17.00-17.75; some held higher- 2 : : and 3 240-300 Ibs 15.25-1625' 1 2' and 3 160-190 Ibs 15.00-16.50; l' 2 and 3 sows 270-600 Ibs 13.00-1525- Anac Co few 15.50; odd head 3 sows 125o'-i ArmcoStl feeder pigs weak to 50 lower; good ' * "" and choice largely 15.00. Sheep 5,000; slaughter lambs ewes and feeder lambs steady- good and choice wooled slaughter lambs under 105 Ibs Armour Beth Steel Boeing Air Case J I Celanese 18.50-19.00,- Ches&O follow: includes midwestern: mixed colors: extras (48-50 Ibs) 37; checks 33'.i. White: extras (48-50 Ibs) 38-40; extras medium 3G-37Va. STOCKS NEW YORK (AP) — 1 P. M. Stocks: Abbott L 67H Intl Paper 120 Allied Ch 93% Jones & L 61% Allied Strs 53% Ken'cott 102 AllisChal 29 V» Lor'lrd 85 Amerada 98'/( Lukens Stl 7 Am Can 49% Minn MM 121 Am Mtrs 39'A Minn P&L 37% AT&T 235% Mon Clirn 3914 66 Mon Dk U 29% 70 1 /» Mon Wrd 4214 25'/ 8 Nat Dy Pr 49% 52Vi No Am Av 43% 43?k Nor Pac 49'/» 24 28 Nor St Pw 23H Norw Air! 32% Penney 104 ally Co. and a past president of j Moines City Council has delayed half deck cho 'ce 102 lb weights I C MSPP 28 '* phil Pet 48 '* _ .. .. . r ! IM .... * ! 1O £A. *U _i • . _ ° Phi 31, MHF QA1- 1 . n..~,. *-\:i j..e- the Southern Oklahoma Oil and! 1 " 11 ' 1 next Monday a proposed or-! 19 ' 50 ' three shipments good andi Chi&NW 30V4 Pure oil Gas Assn. He was born in Wilkes- jdinance that would tighten the! choice ln to H3 lb weights 18.00: chrysler 52 " B Radio Cr; Gas Assn. He Barre, Pa. 47Ts was conducted by Mrs. Kenneth erintendenf in Riceville before tak-, Allies Expected to Jell Reds They're Set to Resume Talks ; . | dinance that would tighten the : : choice ln to H3 lb weights 18.00; ! Ctlrysler 52 " B Radio Crp control of dogs in Des Moines. Un- • two loads ^°° d a »d choice 1)2 and : Cllies Svc 60 ^ Re P steel 74 ^ der the ordinance, an owner would ' 97 lb 1)0 - 1 and fall shorn lambs : Comw Ed 57 '' 4 Rev Tob B ^ have to keep his dog on his own; 18 ' 00 ' deck g°°d a»d choice 93 lbs| ConsEd C3 ' / » Rich oil 103V: ' property, on a leash or under con-! no ' ! P elt 18 -50; cull to choice Cont Can 567B Sears Roe trol when away from home. Own-j slaugllter ewes 5.00-7.50; half deck ing the Estes Park position. Cont oil . - . 64 sh ell Oil ers of loose dogs could be fined ! choice 79 ib wo °'ed feeder lambs Deere 5F ' 4 Sine oil and their pets impounded. 2U5; most good and choice feed- j Douglas 57 '- Soc Mob ers 20.00-21.00; shipment good and ' Dow Chm 7S ' /J St Br a» ds choice 80 lb shorn feeders ! Fireslone 127 st Oil NJ 40 Vi 62'A 48'/» Brllai °' on -but with politics outlawed. that the : should be restricted to technical as The two-alarm blaze, Heydt and Mrs. John Ekeman. During the business session, it. was voted to send valentine boxes; "f candy and cookies to service-'Minister Talks On men and shut-ins of the area. „ . , Mrs. Kennethy Heydt reported BOOK Ot U on youth of the church atte.ui. TOETERV1LLEi I OWB _ st. '"g tne winter fellowship in St. Paul recently. U was announced that Boy's and Girl's Fellowship . .. ; —"• -^66"^« 6 J «u IJI)JV 4 Uil w me.viei union, ^omnct, czecnosiovak- names and smoke were visible! • Slaughter lamh- , iHomestk 44', classes will meet from 2 - 4 p.m. P Jllbh hdU ' ' talks in Geneva Thursday willia, Romania and Albania insisted for miles. ' -W-" iambs were weak to!™ m , * "' Saturday. World Service day will Heavier weights $15.25-17 and sows $13-15. The slaugliter iteer market Shat the Allied reply to the Soviet The Eastern delegates of the So- control was i met Wednesday in the . PyeOViet - ille Easte ™ delegates of the So- control tor about two hours. I prime grades met Wednesday m the noe SU g gest)ng resunlptioj) of the viet Union> po]and) Czechoslovak- Flames and smoke were visible! sihter 1« The Rev. William Kamke. pas- stress the necessity for confining i on discussions on the causes of the '« observed the first Sunday in tor, ltd devotions and gave an the renewed discussions to tech- 1 world's fear of surprise attack February with the Women's' So- introduction to the Book of Ephe- nical questions. . ; Diplomats considered it impos- ciety in charge of morning wor- sians. Plans for the annual fish I The 10-natiou conference < ship. Offering will be dedicated fyr i'ry, Jan. 2(3, were made. Hosts '• vention of surmise attack missions. were Clayton Clausen, Ervm Die- down NEW YORK POULTRY NEW YORK (AP) — (USDA) — mostly 25 lower. ' CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) _| Hogs 12,000; steady to 25 higher • , day, as the Soviets proposed in ducks steady to firm. Ducks, Long A aomiuatim; committee will be derich and the Rev. Mr. Kamke. East and West were unable to!night. laSt Crates fr «* lce I 27^-29':!. 225 lb butchers 16.75-17.25, many 17.00 and above; several hundred 1-2 1UO-220 Ibs 17.25-17.50; several 79U Sunray Gen Foods 77 Swift & Co 35% Gen Mtrs 49% Texas Co 83V-- Goodrich 78% Truax Tra 21% Goodyear 118 Un Oil Cal 45y 8 | Gt Nor Ry 51',- Un Pac 35% .Greyhound 18 US Rub 48% S Steel 96% Inland Stl 148',i West Un 32V» IB Mac-h 524'/i Westg El 73% Yng S & T 117 George A. Hortnei 4 Co. Comuioo Stock (Wright Wells * Co.) Bid Asked 55 57 AFFILIATED FUND . t Common Stock Investment Fund Investment objectives of this Fund arc possible long-term capital and income growth for its shareholders. l.<* jor a jrcc Booklet-Prospectus descriptive "I Affiliated Fund. WRIGHT WELLS & CO. Austin Nal'l. Bank Bldg. Bridge St. Enlioncu HE 3-3050 Please send me a free Booklet-Prospecius on Affiliated Fund. Name___ City & Slatc_ Lyle Independent School DisiricI No. 497 SCHOOL MINUTES The Lyle Independent School 497 met in their regular meeting December 10, 1958. Members present were Superintendent R. w-u M J'J?«i Ff l f , 0wn> ° laf Rosvold ' Verno " Murphy. Alton y/ilder and William Klusmeier, with Wayne Horson absent. A motion wot made by Klusmeier end seconded by Murphy to accept the minutes of the previous meeting. A motion was mode by Wilder and seconded by Murphy la allow school supervised dancing with, regulation left to the discretion of the school personnel. Those in favor were Murphy. Wilder. Klusmeier and Brown; opposed Rosvold, A motion to accept the contract of the Usem Chevrolet Co. to furnish a Driver Training cor for the school was made by Klusmeier and seconded by Rosvold. Motion carried. ii ALm °Lf!? wo * made b y Murphy and seconded by Klusmeier to allow the bills. Motion carried A motion was mode by Brown and seconded by Rotvold to pay the expenses of Supt. Overson to the American Association of School Administrators to be held February 13 to 18, 1959. Motion carried. A motion made by Murphy and seconded by Klusmeier to adjorn. Olaf M. Rosvold Clerk The Lyle Independent School 497 met at a special meeting January 6, 1959 with all members present. A motion was made by Klusmeier and seconded by Murphy to po/ the bills. Motion carried. A motion was made by Wilder and seconded by Hotson to accept the bid of Usem Chevrolet Company of $6,062.40 for a n*w 48 passenger school bus with Wayne body. Motion carried. A motion was made by Hotson and seconded by Murphy to have Mr. Weismon attend the Counselors meeting February 6,7, Motion carried. A motion wos made by Murphy end seconded by Hotson H> adjourn, Olaf M, Rosvold Clerk LYLE INDEPENDENT 497 WE, MINNESOTA Amount Bills Parents Imtituit, Inc $ 29.00 Don's Standard Service 125.44 Field Enterprises Educational COJP 221.82 Wolff Typewriter Co 25.00 Paper Service Co {.30 School Executive 2.87 Panama Carbon Company ... 11.50 Athletic Trainers Supply Co. . 26.b2 Hanson-Bennett Magazine Agency 16.00 We.stcr Publishing Co. . . 7.62 Charles Merrill Books .... 34:76 Wilcox and Follctt Co. , . 84.14 Stcphenson Music Co. . . 12.10 Paul Schmitt Music Co. . , . 25.i2 Nicklasson Athletic Co. . . 10.45 Houghto.vMifflin Co 11.43 C. G. Peterson Machine Co. . 19.75 W. M. Welch Manufacturing Co 149.60 Intcrnal'.snal Harvester Ca. . 309.83 Gustafson Oil Company 1,408.57 Carpetone Service and Supply 0> ' 132.00 International Business Machines 22.01 Industrial Arts Supply Co. ., 31.94 Tandy Leather Co 45.67 Henry Butow 40.00 Nlcols Taj and Hobbyaaft .. 9.97 Intercollegiate Press, Inc. .. 67.50 St. Paul Book and Stationery .. 6.19 KM» Elevator '... 135.87 Fred Medart Products, Inc. .. 20.U Bills Amgunf Notional Disinfectant Ca. .... 22.21 Athletic Jevraal ,, 2.00 Hill Rooting and Heating .... 1.9J Lawrence Prtem , 15.00 Spots Wholesali London Garage Quivira Specialties Co. Gambles Schaufenbil's Sto/e .,,. Luther Hanson Railway Exprcii Aaeacy W. B. Helfriu George Kaput Harold Schwerr ,. Maplewood Book Bindery Mlnlo Products Co American Handicraft Co. H. N. F. Music Scott Forcsraan Co i. Wejron Wqleh Gopher Athtletic Supply Co. .. 14.00 UJ.99 3.40 5.25 11.60 21.?5 11.W 50.55 41.89 4.0Q 7.14 GiM and Cwpeny MO.Q7 Johnson Co 410,35 Robert U. EWm ......'.", ? ~" Porter, Ow«a, Scott, SflftoM i, Mwau«rt HoWe Olson lyte

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