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AUTOMOTfVI-12 '57 Pontiac Wagon Chiefttin 2 dr. lUdio, HfAVoy Car Sales 218 S, . Open Evts. IOWA NEWS Ito FULL OP PEP M01NES, Iowa Luis Cartlzale* who attracted wide «t- tenUoa about 14 years ago when he took a 21-year-old bride »t the • is loo yeart old rind of pep ' half-Cherokee Indian, cut • e'en tennial birthday cake Wednesday with his wife and their six chil- ilren. COUPLE KILLED OELWEIN W - A man and h« wife were killed when their car smashed into a semitrailer truck being towed onto Highway 150 a mile north of here Thursday morning. Killed were Joseph L. Larson, 63, and his wife, Hulda, «1, of Claremont. The couple was on its way to Iowa City where Mrs. Larson was to undergo a medical checkup at University Hospitals. TAX INCREASE DES MOINES W) - lowans paid Jibout 641 million dollars in all kinds of federal taxes last year, «n increase of about 40 million dollars over 1957. Individual income taxes represented most pf tlie increase, the Internal Revenue •Service said. LEADING CANDIDATE AMES Ml — Gordon Chalmers, swimming coach at the U. S. Military Academy, emerged Thursday as one of the leading candidates for the Iowa State College athletic director's job. Chalmers' name moved near the top of the list after Wally Schwank Coe College athletic director and head football coach, withdrew as a candidate Wednesday. , Full-C-PepClub Sees Leader Film ADAMS, Minn. — A film "tomorrow's Leaders" was shown at the- Adams Full-0-Pep 4-H Club Monday by leaders Glen Rice and Kenneth Nelson, Plans for the father-son banquet, Tuesday, were completed. Judy Himebaugh and Nylene Larson were in charge of games. Mrs. Selmer Weness and Mrs. Ralph Schomberg served lunch. College Course Being Offered Three classes are being offered m the extension program cosponsored by the Austin Junior College and Winona State College, County Supt. Dora Tollefson announced. courses are political science 320, state and local government; physical education 210; introduction to physical education for the elementary teacher, and art 110, elementary school art. Students may register and pay the tuition fee at the first class meeting. Additional information about registration can be obtained at the Junior College office or at Miss Tollefson's office. The political science course will be instructed by William Ruppert with the first class session at 6 p.m. Monday, Hoom 308 Junior College. The art course will be taught >y Wyelene Frederickson with the irst class at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Sumner School. The physical education class will ie conducted by Miss Grace Gaare with the first class scheduled or 6 p.m. Tuesday at Sumner chool. •egislotors Replace SIDE GLANCES 'age Boy's $45 Loss HELENA, Mont. (AP)-A lost illfold prompted state representa- ves to dig into their pockets Thursday. The billfold containing $45 was dropped by page boy John Dahl, 4, of Helena, apparently while perating the House elevator. The ninth grader reported his oss. He later was called to th ostrum and given an envelop, ontaining $45, donated by the leg lators. Loss of Jobs Seen in Freeman Tax Program MARKET ST. PAUL - The board of directors of the Minnesota Employers Assn. has charged that Gov. Freeman's proposed tax program would result in the loss of thousands of jobs if enacted. Jan. IB, ny, an. IB, HMD The following prlei'8 frcre pnld at Austin. Itrmcnvs »nrt out* Manufacturing Co. and chairman, presided. Here is their statement: "Apparently the governor hnsil thrown his lot with flradlng 160-170 170-1BO 180-10) 190-220 J20-2.10 :!so-240 No. I who! - —» ..vv.c iiu^iu iur me Meeting in special session in business and industry in the association offices in t h e Pio-1 Although nrnnnsinu mi re-1 relief and welfare, he suggested present more than 1,600 employ, i nothing for increasing employ •!"«».«»« 16.14. .15.84. .1S.S5. .15.2ft. .14.!)."). . ,an , nn :•••:•• M.flS, ourrtnte.lVhutehM: proposing millions fori"* Ptiem the wst classification.' PACKING SOWS No. 1 No. 2 • •" ••' 1<JV wu " mnsp wno | yjfj.jAj hold little hope for the future of : J« 0 -2 .17.15. .16.8!)., .18.115., .lfl.25., .IB.n.R., .1.V05.. .15.35.. .13 .OS., .H.75., No. 1 13.75 14,75 13.7.1 ..in/;:.. No. 3 ..10.35 .. l«.0."i ..15.75 .,15.45 ..15.15 ..14.85 ..14.!i5 ..14.25 TO 'iris lower today on a «ipply of 8,500 head, 1.000 more on a fairly liberal: AUSTIN (Minn.} HERAlO than expected. The slaughter steer supply was loo meager to test prices and no sales were reported. A few sales of good and choice wooled slaughter lambs brought $17.30-18.78. there were no shorns in the scant offerings. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA> ~ 1170-300 MO-3M :! 30-360 iOO-up ''None of these easy reducing plans for me! If I have to lose weight-to please my husband, he's going to see me suffer!" PRIMARY (Continued from Page l» "Besides serving no useful purpose, the primary is a great inconvenience to the voters who must lose half a day going to the polls." Co-sponsors of the repeal bill, are Sens. Harry Wahlstrand of Willmar and Harold Schultz of St. PHYSICIST DIES NEWARK, N.J, (AP) _ Si laude Gibb, 60, one of grea (Continued from Page 5) CIRCLE 30 ritain's leading physicists, died iiursday, apparently of a hear tlack, minutes after landing a ewark Airpor. 5-DAY FORECAST Five-day forecasts Jan. 16-21 Minnesota: Temperatures wil (average near normal, with warm ing trend through Sunday and turn ing colder thereafter; normal maximum 11 north to lower 20s south; normal minimum 10 below zero north to near 5 above south; no precipitation of consequence. Iowa: Temperatures will aver age 3-5 degrees below seasonal normal south and east to near normal elsewhere, with warming trend through Sunday and turning colder thereafter; normal maximum lower 20s north to lower 30s south; normal minimum near 5 above north to about 13 south; no precipitation of consequence. Wisconsin: Temperatures will average near normal; normal high 18 northwest to 28 southeas; normal low 3 below northwest to 12 above southeast; slow warming trend beginning Saturday after- „...,. — — ~c»"-"""& KS14I.MJ UCIJ 1 C*JL^i B Self-denial envelopes were col- no0 n, continuing Sunday; turning cteH fl nrf or* m t. t «, t~ »*>.. colder Monday ^ ^^ Jj cold on Wednesday; precipitation will total less than .25 inch, with light snow likely by late Sunday or Monday, and snow flurries Tuesday. TEMPERATURES THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE lected and orders taken for "The Messenger" when Circle 30 met Thursday at the home of Mrs. James Dagen, 1801 Mower Drive. Mrs, Lawrence Crowe was assisting hostess. Mrs. Fredrick Jensen led in Bible Study and the worship offering prayer was by Mrs. Lawrence Crowe. * CIRCLE 32 Three new members and three R nests were welcomed at the meeting of Circle 32. Mrs. Chester Bowers, 1503 W. Mill, was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Lawrence Blumenrader. Prayer and Bible study were letj by Mrs. Blumenrader and Mrs. Esther Michelson gave the worship offering prayer. CIRCLE 34 Mrs. Hugo Hanson was named chairman of Circle 34 when members met at her home, 2000 McKinley. Also named were Mrs, Goodwin THE NORTHWEST: Alexandria Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crosse Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City Calgary Edmonton Paul. Unsuccessful Try Sen. Lauerman tried unsuccessfully to recall the primary bill from the House after the Senate had passed it in 1949 and sponsored repeal bills both in 1951 and 1953. In amendments to the law were the 1957 session several ers in the state, said the budget j ment, such as encouraging bus!i message failed to give industry ness to come to or expand in Min- iany incentives to locate and ex- nesota. In fact, he offers Industry'' i pand in the state. ! ample Incenlive to expand else- Tlurty-two of the 35 members where or to leave the si of the board attended the meet- "Minnesota ing. John L. Connolly, general location, has ....,„,„.„ „„„,, counsel for Minnesota Mining &; S tantial handicaps for the _ [sion of industry. The governor's j program would create even great-1 "£ er handicaps and the growth ofL Minnesota would 'ag even farther | owl™ behind the national average. "During the years to come the ...M.PO. . .. .u.rtf.. ...H.'lO.. ...H.I,',.. ...13.RO.. ...I.1.B5.. . ..l.l.'IO., ...13.1.-,.. STAGS .14.15. .M.2. r i. .14.00. ,13.75. .13.50. !l3>Jo! .12.7.-,. Fun Night for Hayfield PTA HAYFIELD, Minn. - Hnyfield High School eighth graders will take their audience down south at the annual Fun Night program of the Hayfield PTA Wednesday. Tlie students will present a min- istrel show with music, jokes, the end men and "Mr, Interlocutor" I should make every effort possible'* 3 in the middle, just like the shows j to provide incentives for industry 1 presented in the south years ago. j to locate and expand here so tha't' Other numbers on the program a larger percentage of our citi- are tap dancers, fiddle tunes, piano zens will find employment in Min. M ' b "' ( " f - '" cnr '"!™rit 1 in*'•""* MARKIT Friday, January U, t9S9 I I Goose en the Loose Goes Into Shelter Anyone'with A goes* on the loose can claim same at tli« animal shelter. Poundmaser Harold Carialrom snid this morning the goose, x young one, was turned over to him from the guards at the Geo, A. Hormel plant. The goose fe- Cheese steady: receipts 54,000-! portedly 8trayed into *• * ara 8* prices unchanged. j of one °' tlie Hormel officials. Wholesale egg arrivals relative- •2.8.riS^^ Farmer Tells (Wholesale selling prices based''Tale Of Tasty on exchange and other volume' sales.) New X'n; follow: Ruder offerings j.'",. spotty; receipts demand • ! No.:: .14.10 '.13/0 .13.35 jchanged. . 12 ,,15 ed colors: extras (4R-50 lbs) 3041; extras medium 35'i-37; smalls '.'.V.'.V.'.V.'.'.'.V.'.'.'.'/tf.M.ifioo :M - r ' ; standards large ST'.-i.gn'.i; tax program as proposed by our governor would result in the loss of thousands of jobs to the citizens of Minnesota by discouraging the entry of new companies into our o ................... .i.n Ai"b"ffc < 'imbV > «i«cmmted'°Si rt0 pcr ' checks 34'6-35. fxtrns MD-.W Ibs) 30','.. . . . i ««"i*wn it vuu it 1 IILI 1 -•->•• iK end ja,^ 8 5r P irc^ o ;;j! 42 ; b: cxlras medium * m - DOlind nri»f im M Hl-nwns- pvlrna Mfl.rtn IKel ot oound orcr 100 VfcAl, MAHKF.l veal e»iv(s nf >u weight* tnd cl«»«. js imrchMed • 0 33.50-34.0(1 29.00-30.5' Browns: extras Ibs) 30' NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) ~ (USDA) Dressed IKE (Continued from Page 1) Administration aides suggested Eisenhower will use the carrot-' - , .......... and-club technique to win cooper- and accordion music, readings and nesotn." „• -M«".«"«> e.sewnere ^"{f^.-^-i-- M^"™ Dressed poultry. Squabs steady; i 01 our leading mdus- j Choice heavy wo.3oo"ni:': ik'oo-.io.soj clucks firm. Ducks, Lone Island ,, Th T . , , , tea'ra^' 300 '"»• -n»i'j; f^en ready.lo.cook ""-' Jne Legislature of our state! AH n.™-^ ,i. ,„ K 5aoVm.%,"" Pt ffo . .. ' ation from the Democratic Congress. He dangled the carrot in his State of the Union message — th< hope that some tax relief may bi possible in fiscal IflGl if the budge line is held in 1960. The White House was represent ed as believing it will have sup port in the economy campaign from the leadership of both par ties in Congress. The two Texas Democrats, Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson and House Speaker Sam Rayburn fre adopted, b u t repeal attempts ! quently have taken a conservative again failed. jline on fiscal issues when some The Senate late Thursday re -|°f their fellow party members ceived a bill which would require j llave been urging new spending the naming of affected counties or ' programs. cities in any special legislation. Heretofore, designation was by Club «s Veto TJ ' e cl "b which Eisenhower . area in accordance with a provi-i nolds is the veto power. The sion of the Constitution. But that |Fresident is prepared, aides said, was altered by an amendment ap- to take a stiff er attitude than in proved at the November election. the . P a . st in rejecting legislation Relieve Double Taxation The House Rules Committee Thursday introduced a measure which would relieve from double taxation Minnesota taxpayers who work in North Dakota. Its prompt approval by the House is expected. The bill will serve to ratify a reciprocity agreement under which Minnesotans now are granted credits against North Dakota axes on levies they pay in their some state. Rep. Roger Noreen, Duluth, said bill he introduced Thursday would save cigarette smokers an estimated five million dollars a year. Cigarette taxes now paid by wholesalers would be paid by the consumer direct under Noreen's woposal. He said this would enable buyers to gain federal income ax deductions the same as with asoline taxes. Works on Hospital; Then Takes a Fall OKLAHOMA CITY W — Alva Ragan, 57, a carpenter, worked Hi Lo Pep | for five months on the new sur- .01 T T Johnson, vice chairman; Mrs. Ri- Regina chard Brekke, secretary; Mrs. Ir- Winnipeg ving Anderson, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Stark, sunshine chairman. Mrs. W. D. Peterson will be hostess for the February meeting at her home, 809 W. College. CIRCLE 36 Circle 30 met at the home of Emery Hovland. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Swenson were guests. After election of officers, Mrs. John Christiansen led in Bible stu- Albany, rain Albuquerque, clear Anchorage, cloudy Atlanta, cloudy j Bismarck, clear Boston, rain Buffalo, snow Chicago, snow Cleveland, snow Denver, cloudy Des Moines, clear Detroit, snow dy and Mrs. Hovland gave thei Foi 't Worth, clear worship offering prayer. The next; He ' ena > cloudy meeting will be with Mrs. Vern- ! Indianapolis, snow <m Weiss, 2110 Sheldon, Feb. i9 IKansas City, clear CIRCLE 37 I Los Angeles, cloudy 1 -16 T -2 -22 0 -23 9 -0 22 -8 4 -14 13 -14 2U 0 31 -1 1U -B 1 -15 0 -13 18 04 16 10 4 -3 -ti -20 -2 -24 37 31 4,'j 28 28 20 60 31 1.01 2 -8 41 33 .70 42 28 .41 35 3 T 46 17 2G 10 2G 0 3!J 15 51 23 26 18 gical addition at Mercy Hospital here. Two weeks after he finished his which in his opinion would commit the government to excessive spending. With the greatly increased Democratic strength in Congress, the possibilities have increased that vetoes might be overridden. But the White House has disclosed that the President plans to appeal for public support in a series of television chats. Eisenhower has not yet used the veto as liberally as did former President Harry S. Truman, but he wielded it effectively against several anti-recession spending proposals in the last session. Noted Catholic Priest Arrested in Poland WARSAW (AP) - one of Poland's most prominent Roman Catholic priests and ediors has been arrested on charges of illegal publishing, corruption of officials and black market money dealings. Officials said the trial of the Rev. Mario Pirozynski and 17 cc- lefendants will start Jan. 19. the first concert of the Oslo Bnnd, Mrs. Wilford Haukom, program chairman, said. Harvester Officials Meet on be is no admission charge, but a free-will offering for the PTA scholarship fund will.be taken. Hayfield to Have New Explorer Post Tt . -Irr-TIT T> «r' . ""'" -"«•"•"» »CV.U<1III1CIUIUIIUI1S, HAYFIELD Minn. - A new Ex-, in turn, will be presented to end, plorer post has been formed at Hayfield by the Wasioja District Council. Adult leaders are Henry Dison, CHICAGO (AP) — The UAW-In- ternational Harvester Co. Council meets today to approve or reject a proposed contract agreement to end a long and costly strike of 37,. 000 workers against the farm implement firm. The council's recommendations, of the Harvester locals for final action. The council, composed of a delegate from each of the Harvester Johnson, adviser; How- sension among UAW negotiators .-... MAtmr.T S. Prlm« stwrs it ywr- „••; 28.2,1-30.00 • note* fttcert As fefcr. .2C.3.'i-2H., t iO llnps i .s Un<>d ateer* ~A U B Ht«nU»rd jteeiri' '*, 23.75-20.50 All hplfcrs 50 conta'to 75 ccnlg CWT under slurr price* All sleets over ,-„,, l.OoO ion. and heller* over B50 Ibn. arc Uscnuntftrt according to weight TT S' , Co «»»«fllM Cows ,.17.2S-19.75 , S. Utility CoWO lfi.50- 18.00 ' . . ........ .5- .0 C. imor .............. I 'i 75 1775 ' ' Bulls Bulls -,,, AUSTIN IJftAIN MARKET M.02 Novelist Fined for Arguing With Wife LOS ANGELES (AP)-Novelist Thomas T. Chamales has paid a $150 fine for disturbing the peacp, a charge that stemmed from an argument with his now estranged wife, singer Helen O'Connel!. Chamales was placed on probation Thursday for two years. He and Miss O'Connell separated after the argument last Nov. 17. She has" a separate maintenance suit on file. GAYLORD, Minn. (AP) - Donald Becke, farmer north of Winthrop, boasts probably the only drove of bob-tailed pigs in Minnesota. He reported through Duane Wilson, Sibley County agent, that one of his porkers has turned cannibal to the extent of nibbling the tails off his fellow pen mates. Sinclair Offers Raise in Settlement Effort KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-Sinclair Oil Co., offered a five per cent wage increase Thursday night in an attempt to settle an 11-month-old dispute with the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers • Union. Unless agreement on a new contract is reached before midnight Saturday, there is a possibility of widespread strikes in the oil im clustry, .05 SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — (USDA) - Cattle l,!)0(>; calves 1.000; scant offering slaughter steers and heifers generally steady cows steady to weak; bulls weak to 50 lower; few lots good slaughter steers 25.00-26.50; good and Charter scouts are Leslie Ev- jen, Kurt Orning, Neal Paulson, ApprOVO I Vote Mike Koskovich, David Rizek, Jon : Giv«»r» *« Stehley. David Senjem, Noel Paul- 1 V3lVCn tO son and Allen Wall. Actor Hayden Can't Take Kiddies on Trip today. » i TU,. LOS The vote was Ste *d Sterling Hayden wi retain cus- X f v f. "I 1 , bUt he can t take them on a world cruise. 453 and votes for tween the actor and his divorced wife, Betty Ann DeNoon. Superior Judge Emil Gampert ruled Mrs. Hayden, 36, is not a "it person to have custody, but •• . -, „., held the children are too "young P —they range from 10 to 6—to sail around the world in their father's!Son Gets Q Dollar nn Ai<%iti ..« _l-i I ^^ ** ^^ ^* * * ^* * ancient yacht. U. S. Is Elected to Colombo Membership COLOMBO, Ceylon (AP;—Since 1951 the United Sates has been represented at Colombo Plan meetings by observers only. It News of the arrest has not been was elected Thursday to mem- published in Poland. '"— ul ~ .18 .17 LEGISLATURE (Continued from Page U job, he became its first patient, j stitution to another with resulting He fell down a ladder and broke curbs on their persona] liberties his ankle - Requiring any auto driver under ) 8 to be accompanied by a parent Payroll Goes Back £M«Lr %$ «j TO Llty Treasury tw <?en midnight and 5 a.m., when LOGAN, W. Va. (ffi - It was a^dult^ short pay day for three Logan I other street employes. Two hours after getting their pay envelopes, the three were ar-! scholarship r . rested in the city shop for gam-j and to set uo bling and fined $31..50, which went!sion to InvSuwte'Kt3TrZ back into the city treasury. 'and charges. S bership. The Colombo Plan was organized in 1950 around the more advanced nations of the British Commonwealth to provide ecu- cows mostly 17.50-in.OO; canners! and cutters 14.00-16.50; cutter and i utility bulls 22.50-25.00; commer- i jcial and good 23.00-24.00; veulers; 'and slaughter calves steady; re-i I cent pressure eased on good and PARIS (AP)—The new French I dloice vealers weighing over 250 I National Assembly gave Premier j^ 8 '' *>°°^ ^^ choice vealers 30.00- Michel Debre's political program' 3G - 00; ^cod and choice slaughter an overwhelming vote of approval j calves 26 -°° - 30 -°°; stocker and feeder classes quotable steady. Hogs 9,000; barrows and gilts fairly active, strong to 25 higher; sows fully steady; 2 and 3 190-240 lb barrows and gilts 16.25-17.00; 1 and 2 kinds 17.25-17.75; shipment 2 250 lb averages 17.75; 2 sows 270-600 lbs 13.00-15.50- The Assembly will sit Yor an-i'^ S 5 *^ good and "— few days to adopt its newl «£! i *™ / , ii ' • ! oilcCp 1 iuUO 1 trfloft m rtn At* H f A! \i I ilfn t*"H nn Vina t \i\r\ unf !1 ' ' »*^*v* Aiii^njci PvClV men j,o on vacation until, active . s . aughter lambs steady ^ jweak; ewes and feeder lambs 1 steady; half deck choice 102 lb I wooled slaughter ,Jambs 19.00; | bulk good and choice under 310 lbs 18.00-19.00; good and choice* NOTICE If you own property adjoining Bauman Avenue between Kenwood Avenuo and 8th St. and you have not applied for your curb and gutter rebate, come to the City Recorder's Office. Bring your tax receipt, stamped paid in 1958. J.- H. Weiland City Recorder Jon. 14, 16, 19. tions. Total number of deputies to The Assembly had been called int ° to hear Debre outline the policies that he intends to follow and to give its approval. " d of Cohen's Estate LOS ANGELES (AP) — Writer Octavus Roy Cohen, 07, who died Jan. 6, left only $1 to his son, Ocatvus Jr., of East Orange, N.K. The bulk of his $50,000-plus estate will go to a friend, Mrs. Mar- 110 - 120 lb weights 1G.OO - 18.00; shorn lambs absent; cull to choice slaughter ewes 5.00-7.50; good and choice feder lambs 19.00-20.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) _ (USDA) -i new bills in the Senate BOWLING AUSTIN BOWL EllUou Austin fc'k-ctrtc Pepsi Cola Tomllii&ou j Trimbles Cycle Su'.e COMMKKCUL LEACH'E | ' ^ Bob '' r( s Herald 73y 77b Hi-;—2314 ilanseu's D-X CUinandtrs EM H98 BO'J—25fi3 : Trimble's Shell .] Cleveland* .04 '• Unknown .. ,82« P/,3 777 !ii33 I Li'lo Te;u-hers ..732821 S9G-:!i53! Austiu Cushv.aj ."9! 948 M6—2575 • 7U7 833 876—2504 .Sftj 8tt9 .817 801 KiO S71 b32—2502 • BOO 9M 8«>-2(i30 .3M 312 700—^13 .851 735 356— 24K2 .8<i9 871 8a5--2;"5 .V5t; 75-} 75y— 2Jv' South and Southeast Asia. Courthouse Trees Give Way to Cars OWATONNA, Minn. (AP) - The I Abbott L 69'i spacious and shady lawn of the! Alliecl Cn 85^4 Steele County courthouse must give i AllilKl strs "^^ way to progress, the county board • Allis C!lal 2s ' !l decided. Amerada 98?i Commissioner ordered that trees Am Can " be felled and a section of lawn i Ani Mtrs uprooted to make parking space jAT&T 'for 30 cars. jAnac Co Armco Stl Membetship garet M. Brigham, 57, of Losj Hogs 8 ' 5no ; butchers mostly 25 Angeles, His will, filed Thursday i lower; 2 ' 3 mixe d t'i'ude 210-230 lb for probate, stipulated that Mr.s. ! butchers 1(i '50-17.00, little below Brigham, a widow, use half thej 16 ' 75 at tlie close : several hun- assets to provide $200 a month dred J ' 3 20 »-220 lbs 17.00-17.25; for his aunt, Miss Nina Ottolingui, i several Ilu »'l«d 1-2 190-210 lbs l, of Asheville, N.C. il7.2IM7.50; several loads Is these I Cohen said he had made a sin- l!w ^'8 |lt als « 17.50; a 25 head lot | 240-260 lbs | closing sales i l/Jirviuc <?6UU u IIIOIILII *" t, Miss Nina Ottolingui, j several hundred !ville, N.C. j '7.25-17.50; severa . , ...id he had made a shJ weight also 17 - s nomic aid for the more than G50;eere effort during his lifetime to' 17 ' 75; 2 ' 3 snlxcd million people in the nations of ; provide for his son CORRECTION FLORIDA SNOBOY INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT Whit* or Ruby Red 6 ™ 49c Thii item woi incorrectly identified in Thursday'* «d NELSON'S SUPERMARKET FARM TALK fy GMRAL FARM STORES <L ' YOU DOP£! WON'T I TO NOTICE WHEN MY SOUP BOIUEP HUHP-OH, t DID, DEAR- IT WAS EXACTLV POUt? O'CLOCK. GENERAL FARM STORES,mc. ARE/WARE OF THE MCT THEIR .CUSTOMERS WWT THE BEST VftlUES FOR THEIR MONEY-SO THATB EXACTLY WHAT THEY :YOU. TAKE IT FROM MIKE Howdy Folks: Whot'i th« best woy r» feed-out your beef for top retulli — bctr ooini — lowett costs? That'i «a»y — pgt 'cm on FARMPRYDE feeding. Are yogr cows doing so poorly that your neighbor'! cowJ f«ol lorry for 'cm. Wai, wo caln't put your beeves on r«- lie) — but we con put '«m on FARMPRYDE. FARMPRYDE specialists have worked out their feed recipes olong the most scientific lines of blending with best basic ingredients. FARMPRYDE feeds art fundamentally good — they tak» the "Guess Work" out of livestock feeding. We don't put filtcn on our steer pellets, but they are otherwise designed for formers that think for themselves . . . In short, FARMPRYDE knows that Iti lucccsj depends on your success — no mottcr what your feed- MIKE „„., ut " s . fhc 'P yo« set the kind of a feeding program you wont — the way Kd i Hr a$ ec ? nomlcal as th « "a" 1 ' will bear — and yet produce thi will i, vnua muu * *" tho marl<et< And remember — th* money you save will be YOUR OWN. Sincerely Yours, MIKI H5.00-1G.50; a few these weights lfi.25-lC.75; 2-3 270~ 300 lbs 15.50-lfi.OO; a few around 270 lbs late to 10.25; few lots 3s YORK- TAP^ i 'f avy butchers tup to 340 i bs YORK (AP) - 1 p.m. down to 14.75; mixed grade .330- GENERAL FARM STORES STOCKS GRAIN "FEEDS-- SEEDS -FERTILIZER 41 233 'i I)7 ;i 4 TO 7 * 25 '.i urtvsy 7M) yjfi -;6i—2071 i Beth Steel 103 au« V3O-2271 i Boeing Air Jntl Paper lia- v i Jones & L C4--s Ken'cott 104 Lor'lrd 86 Lukens Stl Minn MM Minn P&L Mon Cimi Mon Dk U Mon Wrd Nat Dy Pr 70ZE. WATER ^HE.3-2100 -114 £ MAPLE 73',i 113 38 40 !i 43 n I* ' T !•• Bowlings Top Five CelaiH-sp i Vincc's Stage Bar ; ilaniiey Cioll Club ,.sio an eiifi-i-i TruJll VKW 39 n . ! Chuck Hall .. • UJ | Banquet BreuU The organization meeting of Cir- i'le '37 was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Blaine Knutson, 1709 McKinley, with Mrs. Iver Johnson, temporary chairman. The Rev. Arthur L. Swenson made announcements of coming events and gave a talk stressing faithfulness in Christian services. New officers are: Mrs. William ! Louisville, snow Memphis, cloudy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St. Paul, dear New Orleans, clear New York; rain Oklahoma City, clear Omaha, clear Philadelphia, cloudy Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, snow Colonial Bar ; Hivltru !P10necti McMasters, chairman; Mrs. Cur- Portland, Me., raia tis Larson, vice chairman; Mre. Portland, Ore., rain Stanley Zadworny, secretary; Mrs. I Rapid City, cloudy Blaine Knutson, treasurer; Mrs. | Richmond, rain Cecil Misgen, sunshine chairman, i St. Louis, clear Mrs. Duane Watkins gave the jSalt Lake City, cloudy Bible study. jSan Diego, clear The worship offering prayer was i San Francisco, clear by Mrs. McMastt-rs. Tlie Febru-; Seattle, rain a.'\v meeting will be a dessert Tampa, rain luncheon at the home of Mrs. Washington, rain - " i.\in. Lesion 79 a7 | Austin Floral ."'3 7 .32 Brown Df-rby •'>!! l!) .59 7") 05 33 -1 .08 10 -11 71 3:1 1.06 47 4.5 M 41 17 .01 2l> -3 4tf 41 69,45 51 26 .702 070 frN— 20 !«' Team ..1B2-!lO«.-3~ai-!B. TettI " ..778 U2U ill-i— 2021'Tt-ttin ,.822 835 002-25-JO ~ l "' Am .K25 8Uu atfi— 2529 Ttiuii ..«871iS W3-U/.B T ™ : " .844 812 768— 2«i ?'i-u:i. ' e Men . . Nate's Clo.ulii:* CITY M:.U;U 1). lUrke :<\i;UU '*• Knochsou . .uH 864 750— ii-oB '"• HiiJlrtlan . ..'.'3! 718 Kii iuS ^'' l'rooh» . O. Antleri-'ju . .7^1) tk>8 Hi:—2218' ••'ill "(7» 'i07—225t" ..DCS 921 V:8-2r,-! H'. ..e&i 81V Vi^-^JV R. ..059 Trt 7Jl-2i&7."; • -7uJ Ml 70.i -2003 I'OMMI.IU'Ul. I.I.. (JLIi •'•? in • .1)79 .805 920 B3U—25W:Te«ii] ^ 76" 031 -20:i7 G MOO SI; MOOSE LEAGUE 'ii 838 31! Tram ' 2 739 754 751—2270 J H.t A. L. I Unknown Purity .. . ' Uuyd Johnson, 1809 McKinley. 45 18 70 36 42 7;j 38 45 70 67 39 4 53 7 31 54 5u 40 58 39 ADAMS I.KAGI i Bros 816 7-U 7 7197i07:i6-2^li'""'" " ar 703 703 7HI-Z 777 a:7 7ir;- 2^011 Super Value 655 t',2 C3D —: (dflyt-ou **fi 1 "c 739 708 Bli—22H12 1 " J ~" «liS BJ3 7U7 820— 2470' John.sburg 758 tit Bachelon, IX)3 t94 7-ii—22-iO • ' *'»«»«« btat«.Baut; 60b 7!i7 '.51—210- ?' Mike & Bills 706 712 645-20C3 ° I11OIHVAV •> 8 Anderson .., 2198 ! Fellowship . Loyal Order •73 ; Moose Heart _. ._„ . ,„_ : Uiikuowu .....".'.'.".".' .'via 6S2 Bii-22H|3 .37 Cyt\ LEAGUE ! ™ •'- «J~iuuo R ;0uga.n» Sport Snop 87« 863 620-2«i9 Meurer Chev 6B3 «2o 6'4—1%- L. bmluys Tavern ... .594 875 938-2808! Bocbeeter Dairy ... .era 714 6D9-20H J. B^ff U i 798 10-J5 923-2731 iM 1:lt ^"lter Imp. ..i«3 o2» a86—16oS T ' BorsJor< l »22 824 W1-S6« rasbender Plumb. ..S89 fi2 W6-1907 |K. Kocll: .. ' J.' Accurso I C MSPP .,„ 1 Clii j( NW ....c32 i ^ —617; Chrysler ••••¥$''• Cities Svc '.'.'.'.:,<•".. Coinw Ed i;; , Cons Ed ,.. Cout Ctiit ::::£• t.-onto.i . ...I,E: nc-c-re 1 3 i '31'i Cattle 500; calves 100; bulls 50 to 1.00 lower;'a load of borderline good and choice 925 lb heifers 27.00; short load standard 823 lbs 24.75; utility and commercial cows 17.50-20.00; bulk canners and cutters 15.50-18.00; some weighty Hoi- stein cutter and utility cows mixed up to 18.50; a few light canners 14.00-15.00; utility and commercial No Am Av 3!)»i,j bulls 22.50-25.50; good and vhoicc -Nor Pac 31* ! vealers 32.00 - 35.00; utility and 23-d standard 21.00-32.00; culls down to 32 16.00; a load of good 675 lb stock 101'•! ! steers 28.50. 4i> j Sheep 300; all classes steady; a 43'i j few sales good and choice wooled 49'.,slaughter lambs 510-115 lbs 17.5074 118.75; a few low good 17.00; cull Nor St Pw Norw Aid Penney Phil Pet Pure Oil Radio Crp Hep Steel \fW LfcAUlI Brandt Web«r Woodlander K limey's 66 . 930 985 sac—27•)! O.smuucison Bros (M — Missing; T — Trace) J.v's Liquor 3-18 &0-5 634-273U Adams 1 s Bowl B<)7 i)58 W7-2702' Adalli « Crc-*!:it-ry KCUO ^..MWWAI £tiua. ..,tiT oM o'3—22^1 p Miller Coas'ructloa. 713 CS4 73!— zlus !H' J. Rauta AUA.MS iCHO LANES HIGHWAY 218 ItMUl'E is Gar*ig« — B2» aau '.130—25 Ashley DUt. Co. ... Ka S35 882—ai. friendship . iirothtruooii ..70V wil . .700 710 MOOSJ H . Progress l.l'HI) MMOSL 7o9 S33 7P3 7SO V' J. B. Yu . .Sl'J , D.IW 5 ";. duPont 212 JV Kust Kod N-! MT": Firestone 129 3 ; Ford Mtr 55 :i 4 5tj5 Gt-ii Elec 7(J ! . f jjj'J Gen Foods 77 V : Gen Mtrs 4!i :; 4 •^i~ Goodnt'li Ii0-'t . . Goodyear 123 ;£" Gt Nor Ry 55 a 4 • K5 Greyhound IK^'t 'ijj Homestk 4ti r ;t •51 •' Inland St) 150 IB Much 520 '\\l Intl Harv 42' ( .£><J7 i .icr, 1 .50; ' 'C* !* e> ; T ° h B ' Ji "V u ^'cc slaushter t-wes (i.00-7 50 i CHICAGO PRODUCE i NEW YORK (AP) - Canadian : dollar in New York open market i3 11-32 per cent premium or ; I03.3«i U.S. cents olf 1.33 u f a : i-ent. I CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mor- jcantile Exchange — Butte/sttauy 'receipts 890,000; wholesale buying j prices unchanged; 93 score " A A Rich Oil Sears Hoe Siiell Oil Sine Oil Soc Mob St Brands St Oil Cal .St Oil Jad St Oil NJ Stud Pack S& co v" I 5 " i: 92 A 5ni: 90 B 5C ^: «» c S\vift & Co jb-. mk . cars 90 B S74/i . 89 c 5? lexas Co 84'.« Eggs steady lo firm; recejpts 42 '2 511 Bid ! 56 Truax Tra Un Oil Cal Un Pac U S Rub U S Stel West Ua Westg El Wlworlh Vng S & T : A. Hormel A Co. Commuo Stoi'k (Wright Well* * t».> "•"* ,12,500; wholesale buying price un^^ changed to *i higher; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 37; stan 51 33 : mixed 37; mediums durds 34; diries 33; checks 32; i current receipts unquoted CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) - Asked Live poultry no tone; Tuesday's j receipts 54,000 lbs; no prices re- j ported due insufficient information. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) - Butcher hog | prices were f steady to 25 cents AUCTION A, I om unable to find a form, I will hold a complete closing out sole, Locoed 2 miles oait gf Adams on Hwy. 56, then j m * ., north or/ 4 milei * 8uth °< Elkton, then 2 miles «att an-J '/i mile iou»h. MONDAY, JAN. 19, 1 P. N. LUNCH ON GROUNDS 13 HEAD HOLSTEIjNf CATTLE ARTIFICIAL BREEDNG — TB and BANGS TESTED 2—4th Coif Cows Juit Fresh 1—2nd Coif Cow Juu fresh 2—Cows Coming 2nd Colt, Out in March DAIRY EQUIPMENT 2—Surge Unils, Pump, Motor & Piping Inrcmationol Electric Milk Cooler Strainer, Paili, ttc. 5—Cows Coming 5th Coif, Due in Mar.-Apr. 1—Barn Calvct FEED Approx. 800 Bales Clover I Timothy Hav Appro*. JOO Bales Straw Good Line of Power Machinery 1957—Cose "400' Tractor Complete, Live PTO & Lift, Used Very Little "5'—Case 4 Row Cultivator, Some as new 1941—John Occrc A T/flctor, Starrer and Lights — A-l Condition, Good Rubber, Heat Houser 1948—Case A-6 Combine, PTO, Scour Clean — A-l Condition Kelly Ryon 40 Ft. Elevator, PTO Drive, !956—Cas« tl'j Ft. Field Cultivator on Rubber, Like ixw 1955—McCormick 3-16 Plow On Rubber ..-• \ 1954—John Deere 4-Row Planter, Fert, Attachment, 100 Rods Wire, Rubber Preu Wheels 1952—Kewon«c 4 Sect. Drag, Steel Evener Oliver 2 Row Corn Picker 1952—McCwmick 200 Tractor Spread- tr A-l Shape \— 1949 Studebokcr Hi Ton Truck With I i 10 Groin ft Stock Rack, New Hoist and Tiles, 32,000 actual milei. Very Clean. 1952— Mack 5 Ton Wogon On IS Inch 1—8*2 Ft. Allis Chalmers Mounted Digger, like New. Wood Flare Box Minnesota Side Rake McCormick IS Ft. Disk , Wards Hammer Mill Mill Belt IH Endgate Seeder 335 Gal. Gat Tank an Steel Stand Bradley Garden Tractor, Sickle Bar, Rotary Mower & Blade 12 x 14 Brooder House, Good Wood Wheel Wpgoo 6 Box Olson' Troth Rake Hudson Tank HcaUr. Electric Brooder Chick Fountains. I Ftcdtn Electric Fencer Hag Feeder & Watcccr Other Miscellaneous Itemt USUAL BANK TERMS Robert H. Wigham, Owner Hot* Bonk of Bkleji, Albright « Art

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