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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 29, 1948
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I! 20 June 28, 1948 M»M« city Gi«*«-G»i«tt«, M»»»n cur, u. Midwest Livestock (MONDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, 'Austin, Minn. 50c higher Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs 150-160 Ibs $25.00 160-170 Ibs $26.00 170-180 Ibs. ..: $27.00 180-190 Ibs 190-200 Ibs 180-200 Ibs $28.25 200-220 Ibs $28.25 220-240 Ibs $28.85 240-270 Ibs $27.50 270-300 Ibs $26.50 300-330 Ibs $25.50 330-360 Ibs $24.50 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs $23.25 300-330 Ibs $23.25 330-360 Ibs $23.25 360-400 Ibs $22.75 400-450 Ibs •. $22.25 450-500 Ibs $21.75 500-550 Ibs $21.75 Minn. 50c higher $20.65 $22.65 $23.65 $26.25 $27.75 $28.25 $28.25 $28.25 $27.50 $26.50 $25.50 $24.50 $23.25 $23.25 $23.25 $22.50 $22.00 $21.75 $21.75 Waterloo 25c higher $27.75 $28.00 $28.00 $27.25 $26.50 $25.50 $24.50 $23.00 $23.00 $23.00 $22.50 $22.00 $22.00 $21.50 Cedar Rapids 25c higher $27.50 $28.00 $28.00 §27.25 $26.50 $25.50 $24.50 $23.00 $23.00 $23.00 $22.50 $21.75 $21.25 $21.00 Hogs Uneven, Steady to High Chicago, (/P) — Hogs were unevenly steady to 75 cents higher Monday, with the top price of $29.25 the highest since last Oct. 17 when the best was a dime higher. Cattle were steady to 50 cents lower, although high-choice steers at $39.10 topped all peaks since last Jan. 26. Sheep ranged from steady to about $1 up. (U. S. D. A.)—Salable hogs 8,000, total 9,300; fairly active early on weights under 240 Ibs. but later trade slow on all weights butchers up to around 325 Ibs. 25 to 75 cents higher weights over 325 Ibs. very uneven, generally steady to 25 cents higher; sows 25 to 75 cents higher; most advance on weights under 400 Ibs.; top $20.25 sparingly; most good and choice 170 to 260 Ib. $28@29; 270 to 300 Ib. $27©27.75; 310 to 330 Ib. $25@26.50; 350 to 400 Ib. S22.75@24.25; lew loads 425 to 500 Ibs. $22@23; good and choice sows under 400 Ib. $23®24.50; few choice around 300 Ib. and under up to $25; 450 to 500 Ib. $21®22.50. Salable cattle 8,500. total 8,700; salable calves GOO, total GOO; choice fed steers and heifers steady; high choice 1,302 Ib. steers $39.10, a new high on crop. Choice heifers $37.50; common, medium and good steers and heifers slow, 25 cents lower; cows weak to 50 cents lower; bulls 25 cents lower; vealers steady; most good and choice steers $35<fj>38.50; comparable heiiers $34@37; cutter cows $18 down; common and medium beef cows $19@23; good cows to 527; practical top heavy sausage bulls $24.50; vealers $28 down. Salabe sheep 500, total 1,500; receipts hardly adequate for price test; small lots and odd head native spring lambs strong to around $1 higher than late last week; few slaughter ewes steady to 25 cents higher; good and choice native spring lambs S29ttl]30; fat bucks at inside price; odd head to $30.50; medium and good $26@29; good and choice shorn slaughter ewes $10® 11; few choice $11.25; common and medium ewes $9® 10. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Monday Twenty-five to 50 cents higher. Grains Rally Toward Close Chicago, (/P)—Grains rallied toward the close on the board of trade Monday, getting back a good deal of the. ground lost during early weakness. Wheat closed 1 to 2 cents higher, July $2.31g-4, corn was IS lower to 1J higher, July $2.20J, oats were 14 lower to i higher, July 912-2, and July soybeans were £ lower at $4.09. MONDAY GRAIN CLOSE Chicago, WHEAT— High July $2.3134 Sept 2.31»/ s Dec 2.32V4 May 2.30^ CORN— July 2.2P/4 Sept 1.94'A Dec 1.68=i, May 1.67'A OATS— July 92'A Sept BG Dec 86 May 84'/a SOYBEANS— July 4.09 Nov LARD— July 23.20 Sept 23.55 Oct 23.C2 Nov 23.75 Dec 25.00 Low 52.29'A 2.29 2.29% 2.27T's 2.19'/s 1.92'/a 1.66(4 1.65'A .91 .84=>4 .84% .83'A 4.07','2 23.00 23.35 23.45 23.50 24.70 Close 2.32>/B-V« 2.30'/4-% 2.20'/4 :.94'/a-94 l'.67'/4 .91%-% .85%-Vs '.M& 4.09 3.34 23.17-15 23.52 23.62 23.(i7 24.90 NAMED BANNER BEARER— Mrs. F. B. Hart, president of the V. F. W. Auxiliary, was appointed banner bearer of the department of Iowa, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, at the convention in Des Moines the past weekend. The appointment is considered a district honor and came in recognition of the excellent record of the local Auxiliary and the outstanding work of Mrs. Hart. Others attending the convention were Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hushaw, Mrs. Luther Buss and Jens Wind. Mrs. Tom Wood of the local Auxiliary was awarded the Iowa department prize for signing up the" most new members, 34. during the past year. The award will be presented locally. Mrs. E. Peters Dies at Home Funeral Rites Are Set for Wednesday Mrs. EU.a Lillian French Peters, 74, widow of Joe Peters, died Monday at 6:20 a.m. at her residence, at 530 15th S. E., following a long illness. Mrs. Peters was born near Faulkner in Franklin county, Iowa, Sept. 4, 1873. In 1894 she moved with her family to Hampton, where she continued her residence until 1910. She was married to Joe Peters Jan. 26, 1918, in Mason City, and had continued her residence here since that time. Surviving are her brother, Herbert E. French, Los Angeles, Cal., a sister, Mrs. Alice Saur, Hampton, and 2 half-brothers, David and Walter French, and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jan. 10, 1948, in Mason City. Money to Loon 8 r. H. A. LOANS for nouse repairs »t Ui« United Home Bank it Trust Co. PAID IN FULL Wouldn't it be a wonderful feeling to have all of your next m o n t h's statements show this stamp . . . "Paid in Full" Whether you need $50, $100, $200 or more, we have a plan to suit your income. Loans on just your signature, car, furniture, farm equipment or other col- . lateral. Phone, write or come in! UNITED Financial Service "Family Finance Counsellors" Serving North lowans Since 1927 Business Opportunities 18 FOR SALE—Bargains: Filling station; small residences; bulk station. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. T. W. Help Wtd., FemoU 21 WANTED—Experienced pastry cook. Good pay. Short hours. Inquire Krop- inatt's Grocery, 19 9th N. E. A Maid-Rite Cafe at New Hampton Buildings and equipment new 2 years ago Ideal location. A good business. GEORGE N. O'DONNELL New Hampton, Iowa Phone 244 FOR SALE RECREATION PARLOR AND LUNCH SHOP in Southern Minnesota town of 1,000, with large trade area. 17 lunch stools, 3 pool tables and bar. Space for two more pool tables. Ideal for couple. Good reason for selling. WRITE B-25, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE A & W ROOT BEER STAND 3 lots, new building, new equipment, good location. Terms if desired. Located at Webster City. SEE MINOR HARRIS 1418 Second St. Ph. 703-W Between 7 and 10 A. M. WANTED—Waitress, no Sunday work, good hours, good pay. Apply Covered Wagon. WANTKD—Kitchen help afternoon or evenings. Good pay to right person Mohawk Snack Bar, 12 First St. S. E. WANTED—Night cook. Rock Island Ca£e ; Manly, Iowa. WANTED—Waitress, Maid-Rite cafe. Ill West State street. WANTED—1st class day cook; also dishwasher for machine; night waitresses New WHke Cafe. Apply Witke Beach Clear Lake. Scmces Offered 27 Go to McKibben & Bryan Service at 5 S. Penn. for that EXPERT SIMONIZE JOB RADIATOR BACK FLUSH WHEEL PACK GENERAL TUNE UP WANTED— Exp. waitress. Randy's Ca£e, Clear Lake, la. luneral arrangements have been made for 4 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev. A. W. Gauger, retired Methodist minister, officiating. Interment services will be held at the graveside at Pleasant Hill cemetery near Faulkner Thursday at 10 a. m. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. 1514 North Federal Phona 67 Good light lights 160-170 $26.00 Good light lights 170-180 $27.00 Good med. weights 180-200 $28.00 Good med. weights 200-220 $28.00 Good med. weights 220-240 $28.00 Good med. weights 240-270 $27.50 Good med. weights 270-300 S26.50 Good med. weights 300-330 $25.50 Good med. weights 330-3GO $24.50 Good sows 270-300 $23.25 Good sows 300.330 $23.23 Good sows 330-360 $23.25 Good sows 360-400 $22.75 Good sows 400-450 $22.00 Good sows 450-500S22.00 Good sows over 500 Ibs. $21.25 No hogs received after 5 p. m. Jacob E. Decker Si Sons CATTLE MASON CITY—For Monday Choice steers and heifers .. S30.00-33.00 Good to choice steers and heiiers $28.00-30.00 Good steers and heifers $27.00-29.00 Medium steers and heifers .. $25.00-28.00 Fair steers and heifers $22.00-24.00 Plain steers and heifers 520.00-23.00 Choice cows 522.00-24.00 Good cows 521.00-23.00 Medium cows $19.00-21.00 Fair cows $17.00-19.00 Good bulls $20.00-23.00 Medium bulls ...'. $19.00-20.00 Bologna bulls $18.00-21.00 Canners and cutters $15.00-16.00 CALVES MASON CITY—For Monday Cholca $28.00 Good $26.00 Mason City Grain (Quotations Farmers Elevator! At 10 a. m. Monday No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., June 89c No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., July 20 ... 78c No. 2 oats, July 31 75c No. 2 yellow corn, 5 day . .. $2.08 Soybeans, No. 2 . $3.78 CHICAGO CASH GRA1X {Monday's Market) Chicago. {/P)—No" wheat. Corn: No. 1 yellow $2.34@2.35; No. 2, $2.34<iT l 2.34 3 /4; No. 3, $2.31. Oats: No. 1 mixed heavy 51.0S(ral.07 J /j; No. 1 mixed ?1.04'A; No. 2 mixed heavy 51.03'/2: No. 1 white heavy $1.10'/2; No. 1 white SHtfl.OSS/i. Barley: Malting $1.85®2.15 nominal; feed $V40®1.68 nominal. Dentist Deprecates 'Bad Tooth' Theory Cleveland, (U.R)—Dentists attending a meeting of the Cleveland Dental society were told to look for neurosis in a patient who complains of a "bad tooth" as the source of aches and pains throughout his body. The advice was' given by Dr. Edward O. Harper, assistant professor of psychiatry at Western Reserve university. He said the dentist should suspect neurosis or some form of psychosomatic illness when the patient's complaints arc entirely out of harmony with conditions as they exist in the mouth. "There was a time when the focus-of-infection theory held a position of importance as a cause of all maladies," Dr. Harper said. "Followers of the theory often advised the pulling of teeth." The doctor added that "many perfectly good teeth have been sacrificed at the altar of the focus- of-infectlon theory." Gasoline! Phooey! Give Me Water Denver, (U.R)—Gasoline is expensive nowadays, so you'd think the Denver man who struck it while drilling for water would be glad to see it oozing to the surface. , .. ,, , But Phillip Schwieden isn t hap- Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store $ssssss$ss$ssss 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 loans also made on furniture or car. Our loan service is flexible to meet most every borrower's needs. An application Help Wtd., Male 20 Help TEACHERS WANTED FOR FREDERICKSBURG, IOWA SCHOOL 1. High School English and Social Studies Combination. 2. Vocal and ' instrumental music. Apply immediately to David S. Fay, Supt., Troy Mills, la. Salesmen 25 GET PAID WEEKLY WANTED-Man with dragline to deepen LIBERAL terms to right man in choice ,,:...i. „. u ,- i ..j_i._ ^.,_.._ lorritorv as sales representative foi ditch at once. Lake. DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. WILL BE HIGHER NEXT WINTER LET US FILL YOUR BIN NOW Farmers Elevator Phone 270 does not obligate you In any way No wage assignment required APPLY BY PHONE and save time. By phoning us llrsi, we ; can have everything ready for you v.-hen you come in. No waiting or delay. U more convenient, write us or visit our office State Finance Co. The gasoline obviously is leaking from a nearby refinery, but state and federal officials cant find out which one. In the meantime, Schwieden finds obstacles in the way of using or selling it. Being on his property, the fue, is his to sell, if he wants to pay a state tax and collect a state tax from whoever uses it. "11 hardly seems worth the trouble •' Schwieden explains unhappily. "I wish they'd find the leak and let me get some water." Over United Cigar Stor» 201 Weir Bldg. R. C. Ludeke, Clear I territory as sales representative Wisconsin's greatest nursery. No deliver' ing or collecting. Healthy work with EDUCATIONAL SALESMAN I good pay in a business of your own AMERICA'S outstanding trade school Stock northern grown with liberal guar- teuching 7 popular mechanical rcsi- antec. Company established oxer Si- dence and home study course has an 1m- years. Write McKay Nursery Company mediate opening in this area for an ex- Madison, ^Wisconsin. pericnced school salesman one capable ~ •*%«« _» t-j ol earning in excess of $6,500 per year. Services Offered 27 This is an uniisal proposition and only ~——~~~~ - •—•—• high type man need apply. Training ap- WANTED—Housekeeping or p r a c tical proved under the G. I. bill. Write giving , lur s!ng Write G-28, Globe-Gazette, complete data including phone number. SLUG 5 Robert E. Ewing, Sales Manager. Commercial Trades Inst., 1400 Grcenleaf Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" LANE BROS., Inc. 804 Fourth St. S. W. Phone 447 Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE 5 West State St Phone 1038 sssssssssssssss Combine Broken Up Keene, N. Hamp., (U.R)—When 2 burglars broke into a Keene garage they found another man inside already looting the garage. After a brief argument, the 3 men joined forces. All 3 later were captured by police. CASH LOANS $20 TO $300 1 DAY SERVICE [f you need money for any worthwhile purpose come to Household for a loan on your salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Take up to 20 months to repay. Household Finance Corporation 117$ N. Federal Ave Phone 541 WANTED—Men for night shift, 5 p. m. to 1:30 a. in. Premium pay. Apply in person days, or night from 6 to 9 p. m. Stoddard Manufacturing Co., 617 4th St. S. W. MECHANICS 2 EXPERIENCED MEN NEEDED AT ONCE. — See — CARL SHULTZ at LAPINER MOTOR CO. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service CALL 162 Pickup and Delivery Service HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal Mason City PHONE 5574 Egelond Skelgas and Appliance 18 South Delaware Medium $7.1.00 Common S18.00 Culls $14.00 CLIPPED LAMBS MASON CITY—For Monday Good to choice 522.50-23.50 Medium $19.50-20.50 Common $15.00-16.00 Lead Stocks Chopped Down New York, (/P)—Leading stocks were chopped down 1 to around 4 points in the stock market Monday in one of the severest declines in some 4 months. Faint signs of a comeback appeared near the close of trading. The rallying attempt was too slight to affect the main trend, though, and the market ended close to the day's lowest levels. While pressure to sell was not especially aggressive, ample supplies of shares were available at prices well under last week's closing levels. Weakness first evident among the railroad stocks spread to oils which were actively traded, and to automobile and steel shares. Transactions ran to around 1,200,000 shares. Freda Finds Doctor Is Dog's Best Friend Canton, N. Y., (U.R)—Freda, a German shepherd dog owned by a family at H a n n a w a Falls, scratched on the office door of Dr. Edwin B. Smith, a veterinarian here. She had another batch of porcupine quills in her feet. When Dr. Smith opened the door, he could find no one with Freda, as he had on 2 previous occasions when her owners brought the dog by car. He telephoned the owners, only to learn that the dog had been missing since the previous night. This time, Freda had walked the 15 miles from her home to get the quills plucked out. Red Red Robin Is White Montpelicr, Vt., (U.R)—An albino robin is the pride of this capital city's government workers. Flitting about the state house lawn, the bird is white on back, wings and head, with a sploch of russet on the breast. WANTED CARPENTERS Henkei Const. Co. Death Notices 1 ANOTHER FARM LOAN BORROWER MADE HAPPY He phoned us on Saturday. We immediately contacted our loan outlet. Farm was examined and security approved on Monday. You can't beat this service. .Hugh H. Shepard Room 205 Foresters Bldg. Phone 234 QUAYLE Mrs. John R., 53, of 910 Elm drive, died at a local hospital at 1 a. m. Sunday, following n short '"ness. Funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2-30 p. in. at the chapel oE the McAuloj, and Son funeral home, with Doctor Llovd A. Gustafson. pastor of the t irst Methodist church, officiating Burial wil be at Elmwood cemetery. The McAuley nnd Son funeral home in charge. Culls 12.50 GENUINE SPRING LAMBS Good to choice .. • S29.50 EWE8 Good to choice S 7.50- 9.50 Medium Common and culls S G.50- 7.50 S 5.00- 6.00 Produce (Quotations by t,- U Morse* MASON CITY—For Monday Eggs, No. 1 44c Eggs, undergrades Eggs, nest run 33c 37c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. up 26c Heavy hens, 4-5 Ibs CHICAGO POTATOES (Monday's Market) Chicago, (&)— (U. S. D. A.)—Potatoes: Arrivals 431, on track 504; total U. S. shipments Friday 1,394. Saturday 1,296, and Sunday 20. Supplies liberal; demand slow; market weaker, especially for whites. Arizona Bliss Triumphs $4-75ft,,, 5.50. California lone whites $41r.4.75. Kansas Red Warbas $3.25. Missouri Cobblers S3.50. Light hens Springs, heavy breeds 21c 17c 35c Springs, Leghorns . . 32c Old cocks, heavy breeds 15c Leghorn cocks 12c Eggs, at retail 43-49c Butter, Iowa State Brand . 89-90c Postcards Travel Far Alfred, N. Y., (U.R)—During a parade, Alfred university students released a batch of balloons with attached postcards from the prize- winning float. The students expected the balloons would carry no farther than the next county. They were considerably surprised when 2 postcards were returned from Sloatsburg, Rockland county N Y., and Harrison, Westchester county, N. Y., approximately 350 miles away. KAY, August Rex. 40, (lied at hts home 306 S. Federal at 12:30 p. m. Sunday, following an illness of 7 months. Funeral services will be held at 2 p m Wed- nesdav at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, wit), the Rev George O Mnrsh, pastor of the First Christian church, officiating. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. DID YOU KNOW That the easiest place to borrow money in North Iowa is at the INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA 525 Ninth S. E. PETERS Mrs. Ella Lillian French, 74. died Monday nt 0:20 n. m. at her residence, at 530 15th S. E.. following an illness. Funeral services will be held at 4 p. m. Wednesday at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev A W. Ganger, retired Methodist minister, officiating. Interment services will be held at the graveside in Pleasant Hill cemetery near Faulkner Thursday at 10 a. m. The McAuley and son funeral home in charge. Taking a Vacation? NEED CASH? Borrow "MONEY IN MINUTES" at Federal Discount Corporation 19i N. Federal Ave. Phone 516 LOANS S25 - $50 - $250 AND UP 20 Months to Repay HAVE OPEN ING For High School Graduate IN ONE OF MASON CITY'S FINEST RETAIL STORES Starting Salary Guaranteed $50 a Week or Better (Our Employes Know of This Ad) WRITE BOX J-22, GLOBE-GAZETTE Want Matching Buttons, Belts, Buckles? DISCRIMINATING WOMEN wear matching accessories. For that fashionable look, let our fashion consultant help you make your i selection. Bring your own dress material— we do the rest. Other helpful services offered by I Your Sewing Center: Hemstitching, Buttonholing. Quick service at reasonable'rates. SINGER Sewing Center 123 N. Federal Ave. Phone 1122 INSIDE painting, wall washing, paper cleaning. Charles Miller. Ph. 098. LAWN mowers sharpened at your home. Guaranteed. S1.50. Ph.. 2185-J MIRRORS resllvered. Factory process. Guaranteed. Macket's. Phone 182. ASHES, rubbish hauled: basements, garages cleaned. Ph. 3589-W. PAINTING and papering. Phone 1634. AUTO REPAIR ALL MAKES OF CARS H & H MOTORS Sales—PACKARD—Service 12 Seventh St. S. E. NORTH IOWA WALL MASTERS WALL WASHING by Machine HOMES AND COMMERCIAL Buildings Free Estimate. FRANK AND BILL TENNEY Phone 812 310 North Federal Instruction 28 COMPLETE your hlgn school at home In spare time with American School. Texts furnished. Diploma awarded. No Classes. Booklet free. Write American School. Dept M., P. O. Box 672, Des Moines, la. Trade Service 29 WANT TO TRADE—Large house in Mason City, close in, good income property for farm with large modern house. Will pay difference. Phone 4632. STORM windows and screens. Also paint- inc Reasonable. Ph 3238-W POSITION open in Mason City for alert young man between 23 and 27. Car needed; Liood starting salary Opportunity for advancement. Pleasant working conditions. Paid vacation. Phone 1038. Butter, Corn Country 88-89c CHICAGO PRODUCE (Monday's Market) Chicago, (IP) —Butter unsettled. Receipts (2 days) 885,455. Prices unchanged to \>? cent a pound lower. 93 score A A 82c; 90 A 80.5c; DO B 78.5c; 80 C 77c. Cars: 90 B 79c; 89 C 77c. Eggs steady. Receipts (2 days) 32,171. Prices unchanged. U. S. extras. 70 per cent and up A 48c; CO to 69.9 per cent A 46.5c; U. S. standards 41tfc42.5c; current receipts 39.5c; dirties 37.5c; checks 35.5c. CHICAGO POULTRY (Monday's Market) Chicaro, (IP}— (U. S. D. A.)—Live poultry: Steady. Receipts 19 trucks. Prices unchanged mostly to 2 cents a pound higher. F. O. B.: Fowl 33.5c; Leghorn fowl 29; roasters 43<ffi4Gc; fryers 38ft.44c; broilers 36c; old roosters 23c. F. O. B. wholesale market: Duckling 31c; heavy ducks 26c; small ducks 20c. NEW YORK PRODUCE (Monday's Market) New York, (1P>— B utter (2 days' receipts! 780,758. Easy. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons: Creamery, higher than 92 score and premium marks AA B4c; 92 score A Sic; 00 score B 91c; 89 score 76c. (New tubs usually command '.i cent a pound over the bulk carton price). Cheese (2 days' receipts) 552,186. Steady. Wholesale sales, fresh American cheese (whole milk) Cheddars 4Bf448 1 /2c; Cheddars (grass 1947) 54fi56c: Cheddars (grass 1947) shelf cured 5S<R59c; single Daisies 49<ff51c; single Daisies (grass 19471 5G©58c; single Daisies (grass 19471 shelf cured 59fij60c; flats 49(ft52c; flats (grass 1947) 560J;GOc; flats (grass 1947) shelf cured G0<?i;62c: Midgets $52«54c; Midgets (grass 1947) 58fij59c; Midgets shelf cured 60ft62c; Processed, 5 Ibs. 45ft; 52Vic; Domestic Swiss (single tubs) best G2Ti;fi4c; otHers 50<ft60c. Eggs (2 clays' receipts) 28,229. Firm. New York spot quotations follow: Midwestern: Mixed colors: Fancy heavyweights 51f/53c; extra, No. 1 large 49® 50c; extra, No. 2 large 47ri7]4Bc; extra. No. 1 medium 45',itfi47'/3c; standards, No. 1 44V'ac; dirties 40fi40Vic; checks 39c. NEW YORK STOCKS (Monday Close) (By The Associated Tress) Am. Tel. & Tel. 154*. Anaconda Cop. 38&. Bendix Aviat. 35&. Beth. Steel 35J. Boeing Airplane 25i. Chrysler Corp. 63i. Gen. Elec. 40g. Gen. Motors G2&. Illinois Central 39i. Int. Harvester 32£. Montgom. Ward 601. N. Y. Central R. R. 16£. Radio Corp. 13^. Sears Roebuck 413. Stand. Oil Ind. 48.',. Stand. Oil N. J. 86i. Texas Co. 62.1. U. S. Steel 80. TANK Louis F.. flO. of HOT S. Federal, died nt a local hospital Saturday evc- LMiiC, following an illness. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel at 2 p. m. Tuesday, with Father Arthur E. Pritchett. rector of St. John s Seeds, Feeds 17 Episcopal church, officiating, will be at Elmwood cemetery, jor funeral home in charge. Interment The Ma- YOUNG, Mrs. Emily Catherine, BO, died at a local nursing home at 3:-15 a. m. Sunday, following a long illness. Fu- nernl services will be held at the Holy Family Catholic church at 8 a. m. Tuesday with Msgr. R. P. Murphy, officiating. Burial will be at Mount Calvary cemetery. Dubuquc. The parish Rosary will be said at 8 p. m. Monday. The Meyer funeral home In charge. OHRT. John C.. (it), of 1524 Adams N. W., died at a local hospital Monday morning, following an illness. Funeral services and interment will be at Dexter. Iowa. Thursday. The Major funeral home in charge. FOR SALE—Nebraskn irrigated 1st cutting alfalfa hny, ?35 per toil. Farmers' Elevator. Phone 270. Mason City. FOR SALE—1800 bu. corn. $2.10 per bu. Will sell not less than GOO bu. per customer. K. S. Sorer.son, Hanlontown. GRAIN BINS, CORN CRIBS Buy your crop storage equipment while they arc available. All metal construction, easy to moveable. Complete CLOTHING SALESMAN We have an attractive opening fo the right man in our Men's Wca Department. Guaranteed d r a w plus liberal commission. Insur ance, vacation with pay. Must have initiative and be desirous ol a future. Experience preferred. SEE MR. JOHNSON Montgomery Ward FOR RENT—Slpg. rm. Pri. home. Gentleman preferred. Ph. -3392-W. PREPARE FOR SPRING RAINS Gutters and Down Spouts Now Available. KELROY'S 137 4th St. S. W Phone 441 EX. G. 1. just returned from California WANTS JOB Has bookkeeping and clerical exp Wilbur R. Holmes, Sheffield, Iowa Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping rm.. close in. auto, hot water, gents pref. Ph. 4186J after 6. FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. St. N. W. 328 2nd FOR RENT—Slpg. rm.. 2 girls, cooking privileges. 813 N. Federal. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Man preferred. 1711 S. Delaware. FOR RENT—Modern sleeping rooms. Gentleman pref. 151 Sth St. S. W. FOR RENT—Room for man, 2 blocks from park. 304 West State. FOR RENT—Room for employed business lady. 412 E. State. BRAKE SERVICE BK-Vacuum Brakes for Trucks FOR RENT—Slpg. room. Pri. ent., clos,e in. Gentleman. Call at 14 S. Adams. WANTED—Working girl to share sleep- IPJT room. ^h. 5713-J. Apts. for Rent 33 FOR RENT—4 rm. apt. Pri. bath, unfurn. Adults only, S65 a mo. Utilities furu. Write A-25, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Working girl to share apartment. Phone 2611W after 5:30 p. m. FOR RENT—2 rm. furn. apt. Close in. Write T-2.1, Globe-Gazette. Brakes tor Cars Funeral Director erect and with roof. GRAIN BINS NIGHT LIVESTOCK AUCTION Wednesday, June 30 — 8 P, M. 275—HEAD OF LIVESTOCK—275 150 HEAD OF CATTLE—Consisting of many odd lots of native stocker and feeder cattle, springing cows, springing heifers, breeding bulls, veal calves, and butcher stock. MR. FARMER—If. you have livestock to sell, bring it In to our night sale. We have a good active market on all classes, with a big demand for wet sows. All consignments receive personal at ten tlon. ____^^^^__ 125 HEAD OF HOGS—Native feeder pigs of al! weights, brood tows, wet sows, and breeding boars. FOREST CITY AUCTION CO. Merle C. Hill, M*r., Phone 461 Sale Barn, Phone 488 SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (Monday's Market) South St. Paul, (U.R)—tU. S. D. A.) — Livestock: Cattle 3,600. Slaughter steers, yearlings comprised between 15 and 20 per cent of meager receipts. Market active on good-choice grades, fully steady. Common-medium Rrades dull, weak. Load choice 1,237 Ib. steers $38, 1,138 Ib. weights $37.75. Sprinkling good-choice steers, yearlings $33ff£37. few good-choice heifers $3r>: scattering good $324i34. Medium steers, heifers $26<fc31, common $2l.504j]25; around 85 per cent of run cows. Market not established. Fe\v early sales on weak side, but bids sharply lower. Bulls steady to weak; medium-good $21.50®24, few good $24.50. Market steady. Medium-good stock steers $22lR25, common $196121. Calves 1,300. Vealers steady; good $2(3(^20; choice $30rTu 32, common-medium $15rri25, culls $12ftjl4. Hogs (5,700. Fairly active on butchers 240 Ib. down, sows 330 Ibs. down. Good- choice 180 to 240 Ib. butchers $2(1.75, 25 to 50 cents higher. Good-choice sows 330 Ibs. down 50 to 75 cents higher nt $24. Little done on butchers over 240 Ibs. and sows over 330 Ibs. Average costs, weights Friday: Barrows, gilts $24.90, 327 Ibs.; sows $23.06, 341 Ibs. Saturday: Barrows, gilts $24.56, 320 Ibs., sows $22.33, 440 Ibs. Week: Barrows, gilts $25.06, 302 Ibs., sows $22.78, 350. Sheep 800. Around 800 mixed offerings on sale, market not established. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Monday'* Market) ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS Chicago, (fl>)—(U. S. D. A.)—Estimated salable llvcstor x receipts for Tuesday: 5,000 hogs, f 300 cattle and 1,000 sheep. ' PATTERSON • JAMES Funeral Home Known for service. Ambulance, Oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1HO. MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need " Auto or Air Ambulance. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 6M. 840 Bu. Cap. $226 CORN CRIBS MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly Ambulance service. Phone 1505 Personals WANTED—3 passenfiers >.o Los Angelc.s. Leaving July 1. Call Sheffield 53-F111. 700 Bu. Cap. $216 1000 Bu. Cap. $302 1500 Bu. Cap. $374 Ward's Farm Store WANTED—Experienced lubrication man. Steady work to right man. Al & Dick's Super Service. WANTED—Man free to travel on educational program starting within 30 days. $50 weekly salary plus car expense and opportunity to earn double and triple this amount. Leads furnished. Address Co-op Dcpt., American Technical Society, 850 E. 58th St.. Chicago :17, 111. Let Us Check Them Today CENTRAL AUTO 25 First St. S. W. MEN between the ngcs of 35-45 to train as farm appraisers. Fnnn 'experience desirable. Work is In other Iowa counties. Contact Wm. Cleminshaw. City Hall. Ph. 5793. Houses for Sale 35 FOR SALE—By owner: 3 bedroom house. 115 S. Vermont. FOR SALE—5 rm. mod. hrvme; also 2 apt. house: other bldgs. 2 or more acres. T. Madsen, owner. Clear Lake, across from M. E. Camp. ASHES AND RUBBISH hauled, base- meiil.s cleaned. Phone 5487W. Lost, Found LOST—Pair girls' pinlc plastic glasses. Reward. Phone 382W, Clear Lake. LOST—9-ft. fly rod ncnr Ventura. Finder please call 3040. Reward. LOST—Billfold near Sam Raizes. Cflll 2700-J. Liberal reward. Business Opportunities 18 LEADING manufacturer has opening for 2 salesmen 30 to 40 years old to call on retail merchants in Iowa. Prefer men experienced in selling feeds or farm supplies to retail merchants or direct to farmers. Knowledge of livestock desirable. Must have car. Wonderful opportunity for the right man. Salary, expense and car allowance. Stale qualifications in letter to M. M. Lane, c/o Pay-U Laboratories. Quincy, 111. Money to Loan 8 NEED MONEY? See MRS. SIMC1SJ For Quick, Courteous Confidential Service. LOANS UP TO $300 Security Loan Co. Room 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 GREAT opportunity. Be your own boss. Hnve your own business. Firestone dealer store offers you the best return on your investment. .Write G. A. King, Route 3, Mason City. Ph. 5564-W. FOR SALE—Coffee Cup cafe. Specialize chicken, steaks nnd ribs. 1621 S. Fed. FOR SALE—Paint factory. 40x70 concrete, 1 pebble mill, 2 stone mills, 2 mixers. Terms on building. Write T-25, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—1st class night chef. Good wages. For new cafe. Apply Wilkc Beach, Clear Lake. WANTED—Day bellman, over 18 years of age. Hotel Ead- mar. WHEN YOU HAVE TROUBLE and WANT SERVICE FOR YOUR AUTO TIRES TRACTOR TIRES TRUCK TIRES BATTERIES CALL 572 We have two service trucks equipped to service your needs. POSSESSION NOW ! ! 11 story bungalow just finished. Oak floors up and down. Nice full basement. Forced air gas heat, hot water heater and softener located near Roosevelt school . . . $11,000. IVAN A. BARNES, Realtor Brick & Tile Bldg. Tel. 1300 J&L TIRE AND SUPPLY CO. JACK MURRAY LLOYD FARRER 125 First St. S. E. AUTO and trucx repair service. Johnson Auto Repair, 14 6th St. N E. DAIRY at CRESCO With modern house, 3 car garage, 2 delivery trucks. Equipment like new. Old established route. A money-maker. GEORGE N. O'DdNNELL New Hampton, Iowa Phone 244 WANTED—Man with truffle experience to take charfie of billinR department. Must be capable of handling billinR, rates, routlns and claims. Pleasant working conditions and Rood chance for advancement. Answer by letter slating age, experience, qualifications and salary expected to Davis Packing Company, P. O. Bo?: 117, Esthcrvillc, Iowa. WANTED Clerk for Grocery Store 423 THIRD ST. N, E. WASHING machine repairing, lawnmower and tool grinding, appliance re STOP SAVING RENT RECEIPTS OWN YOUR OWN HOME We can build you a 2 bedroom home on your lot in 30 days. Full basement, 2 bedrooms, large living room, large airy kitchen, beautiful bathroom, lots of closet space, fully insulated and your choice of gas. oil or coal furnace. Tile kitchen and bathroom floors and hardwood floors for the rest of house. Large picture window. Concrete stoops nnd sidewalks to the street. Everything complete—just move right in. Built under F. H. A. r.nd all standard building code*. Not a prc-fab. ALL THIS FOR ONLY $7995 Out of town orders welcome. JENSEN CONSTRUCTION CO. Office nt 118 North Federal—Ph. 9(55 ROBERT HERMAN, Sales Manager pairs. S W The "Fix-It" Shop. 620 4th St. Ph. 3681 SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes. Parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store, 211 S. Federal. Phone 1103. WANTED—WMhings and ironings in my home. Ph. 2026-J. WRINGER ROLL S—All washer* Shop. !S02 S Federal. Saw WANTED—Custom baling. 2 bnlcrs. Join L. Frahm, Phone 2013, Fertile, Iowa. FOR SALE—2 story farm house located near Garner. For details Ph. 10-R12. A NICELY LOCATED Home for $10,000.00 Convenient to churches, schools, theaters. Walking distance. Easy to rent lor roomers because convenient. Rooms will carry monthly payments—really will pay for the house. A good home nnd you get It for nothing. 11 pays its own way. Own a good one. Enjoy it, since after first payment it comes to you for nothing. In other words the money you now pay out in rent is all saved. W. L. PATTON, 109 E. State St.

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