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February 18, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 33

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Tall Windmill Is Art Gallery Krientl of Windmills." Prieto, 'Association of CIV DAD REAL, Spain M1 ·_ A w i n d m i l l , 52 feel hij-.h described as the biggest in Spain and one of the largejil. in the world, hns been built in Ihe vilhige of Valde|ena.s, ,.--,. in the M a n e h a wine region. 'J'hi.s i:; lished . tluv first step in Ihe reconslniction'three barley corns laid end lo end. of the windmills which were work! fame through Miguel do (,'er- vuntes' classic "Don Quixote," The new w i n d m i l l , with three floors, is a m u s e u m for works hy Die local a r t i s t f o u n d e r of the If of E n g l a n d cslab- thc inc-h us the Jenjjlh of 33 East State Phone 748 - 749 WE ARE ALWAYS HAPPY TO DELIVER YOUR GROCERIES Our Famous SPRING FRIES, Ib. Decker's PQn ROUND STEAK. Ib.DiJti Decker's Frankfurters, Ib. . Cello CARROTS IDc U. S. No. 1 Russets, 10 Ib. bag New CABBAGE, Ib. . . . PIE CHERRIES 303 P cans T Monarch Sweet PEAS, 5 - 303 cans Minute Maid Frozen ORANGE JUICE 2 cans Futures in Beans H (.'IIICACO W-Soyhoans. pushed upward Thursday but the resl of the niarkct /ailr:d to follow. Wilt-id closed : '.H lower (o ».; j l i i g h e r , M a r c h §'/a, corn r :«i I to J cent lower, .March S1.51 ! /:-';-i,; oats U-'/j lower, Mai-ch 77-77 ; .h,! i f ye ·'(.'( lo i cent lower, M a r c h Si.18,1 i soybeans '/» lower to 2 1 - h i g h e r , ! M a r c h $:j.^0' \-·:·. vy, ; , r nl lar'd 2\ cents lower to l'.\ cents a hundred) pounds higher, M a r c h SNi.95. · U l U l t S I J A V ' S C H A I N C I . O S I - : . CHI! A G O ' I ' , -- l l w a l c r . i j i l » ' ; ) i u / i d a y J'n-.\, Will-; AT ClriM: L U C K Y TO HK A LI VK--Mrs. Catlimne Uaf-'t-'ot, 40 her lace covered w i t h blood, sits beside her husband, W i l l i a m , a l t e r their car collided head-on w i t h another auto in Now York City. Mrs. Ba^got was t r e a t e d j'or c u t s ' a b o u t her iace, lips and ankles. Her h u s b a n d ' s u f f e r e d a f r a c t u r e d lej.c. Driver of t h e other vehicle, Dr. Herbert Wilde, -1.'5, was i n j u r e d about liis knees and lej.cs but refused treatment. - I n l y Sept. . U i r i - . . (. OILS' -Mar. . M . i y J u l y O A I S M i i r G. M. STAYS AHEAD General Motors out in front in defense contract av/ards. Dokir.o Contracts Hog Prices in Decline C H I C A G O M';--Butcher hos declined 25 to 50 cents in a jtioder- jalcly active i r u r l c Thursday, S;il- ahk; receipts i:i 7,000 head were in l i n e w i t h (he a d v a n c e estimate a n d compared with f,500 a week ago. ( I MIA ) -- K u J i l l i l r ; )o;;s: 7 . H W . ' l i i - i i t r r l l l li-artr on!}- imidr.rriliiljr : i l l i c ami v e r y u n e v e n ; most l * u t - l j r r x '.'"i-.Vi l o w e r ; miws ' Fob. 18, 1954 33 Mason City Glulio-GaieUe, Mason City, l h u l k c h o i c e i m i - i i i i I b . b u t c h e r s a. tew I n a i l - t aiul l o t * choice. ·.!·» Ib. Midwest Livestock l.-v Ml-: Arab Hospitality Benefits British A D E N (,11--Arab t r a d i t i o n s , of! Anlaqi tribes in revolt against their r u l e r Amir A b d u l l a h lien Mohsin. . - - , The A m i r had appealed to British! x'o'v' o f f i c i a l s for aid. invited rehel lenders Sir pi. , SO V I 1 K A N S .M a r . . . . M a y hospitality were used by a 3rili.shi ? l ?. cff A r m r s ho " sc fw \ d l s c "ss»m official recently to trap a trouble-! f d l f r c r e n f. ^'"ce A r a b t r a d i ' i a n y « uc : sl fr " lm ""· ''T!^ the rebels a r r i v e d un- BLUE 4 . 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Creamier WITH COUPON GoJd Medal jTJ* L -_ i r -- With Coupon HILLS BROS. FFE! ». 89c With $3 Grocery Order WALDORF TISSUE HI-C GRAPE or ORANGE ·oz. can 25c Sfaley's Sweetose Syrup With Coupon .some group of Aden Arabs. The Arabs were members of thcj of " m ' s urmed. The British officials arrested the u n a r m e d Arabs and are keeping! them as hostages. j C ' l l l C A t t O C A S H C H A I N ' T h u r , s i I a j ' i M a r k e t ) nnCAC.l) ,,)·_-raih w h e a t : No ·t.i'J'/it No. 1 y e l l o w h a r d i.'ill'.;. Com: No. 1 y e l l o w ].:,:,i,; No. I . M i ' -Vo. K I . S J ' . ' i - I . S.'u No. 1 I ..|ii. O a t s ; No. I h e a v y w h i t e H l f ' ^ i No. :; " i K ' z ; s a m p l e grade m e d i u m h e a ^ y w h i l e j i l e a d v ; i '.i\-:.:,\t: pS. down 'J''i-:i;.7"»; c h r i l c x o u % ·M.50-":I| Rood l e n r a n r e . S a l a b l e c a t t l e : :!.."iijo, ( , ' j i v i : * : 101). P r i m e s t e e r s a b s e n t ; q u o t a b l e a t f i r m ; a v e r a g e choice. Hi high c h o i c e st-er-i o v e r t,tm III. « c » k : other t t r l g r i l i a i i d t r a d e s f a i r l y j K - l l v t i m o s t l y t r * , l ; h l - l f i - r s s t e a d y [ --riws steady to ·?.', lunrr; hulls i l c a d y ; v c a l e r s .w»:jlo a r e w head nf p r i m e j,trcrs ·ii!'l up lo :_'«; co-id and choice ileirs tnil )-c:i,-ii'niri -.'».;:|. ;,·;,- K no(| and c h o i c e I l r l f r r s aiid m l x t - t l y c a r M n ^ s I '.t-!'.', r,d; u t i l i t y and n i t n r n r i ( S;il CinvTi 1 I .':'.-l;i,. r ». S a l a h l u » l i i : e g - , i.-,M. C. f n s f . i t trade r r i o j r c a l c i y a t t i v i - ; · . r . i u s l t l c r Iliint,;, s t i t a t l y o M r o u ^ ; slii:f:p ^ . t r u r l y ; n i o - t u l e s K"od nitl !joice w o o l c d l a m h % 1 1 1 ) I b down :)-·;(.i!, 1 ;, . ' L I V E S T O C K :ii-:i:f:ii'TS ( J !mi \rj:* \ 's M a r k e t i M K , . \ r ; o 'I'r-- M . ' S D A ) -- K M i m r s f c , ! 4 J j . li! i- l i v t - M l i x k r e c e i p t s ( o r I r l c l . i y Arc- ,«wu h o g f r l . n o o c a l i l r ami l . t ! f | i » sheep. Local Livesfoclc HOfiS -- (I'Jioiie IfKJ.'r) MASO.N C I T V -- J - o r T h u r s d a y Stock Market Notes Gains NEW YORK Wl--The stock market held to (ho ragged edge of: a small gain Thursday with trading on a diminished scale. There were individual cases of finite wide gains and losses, but most of them were very narrow. Trading came to an estimated 1,400,000 shaves, lowest in more than a mouth. New York Stocks By The Associated Press (Final Quotations Thursday) AllicdCh 71 : ii AllicdSlrs ·U'i AmCan 3C '··!·« AmCrysS 2,'f'H A m I I o m e -17 A m l t a d 15 : ! ; - . S n b e ; i n s : N o n e , l l a r l r y n o m i n a l : .Mallinj J.·;((-(.(;·.'; f e e d ; K i r l d i c t d per JOO I b s i l « » » « - r ll).|i)..-,); rri3 lip ; 17..")(J: t i m o t h y i;..v).i:5.. r ifl: n n m i n a l : W h i l e Lynch Operates Northwestern States New Rock Penetrotor This is one of a series of articles on the old timers at the Norlhv/estern States Portland Cement Company appearing in Run of the Mill, employe magazine. On Ihc big checkerboard, which the outline of the 0J counties m a k e s upon the map of Iowa, there were just two big moves in the life of Claude Lynch, one of our top drill-j ers and now the expert operator of our big new and expensive Joy rock penetrator. The moves in Claude's life were back and forth between the counties of Keokuk and Cerro Gordo. Keokuk County js not to be confused with the old town of the same name still further south on the Mississippi although it also bears the same appelation in honor and memory of (he great chief of the Sacs and Foxes whose history is so much a part of what used to be the Northwest Territory out of which Iowa was carved. Claude Lea men Lynch was. born on a - f a r m near- Sigourney, the county seat of Keokuk, on April 22, 190-1, and naturally that has always seemed like home to him. On his trips away from there, mostly in ST. r'AI.'f, I . I V E . ^ T O C K S O C ' f f f S T . J'At.T,. Mhiti. ( U I ' J -- C i t t l c : :'..:.«». ( i l v i T s : I . 7 0 U . M a r k e t R e i i c r a l i y s U - a i l y . I l i i c h c h o i r , : vlci-rs -,'.(.5(|. fJnod and r h o i c c steers and y t a r l i n j ; ^ lO-'.'iJ. Good a n i l choiri! l i e i f i - n IH-ao, choice r!il..VI. ,. j, ; -y.i U t i l i t y and c o i n r n e r c i a l c o w * l l - J - ' . j d . r 'i;I'»K ! "V"" ; l l - ' ; : - Cutli-r and u t i l i t y b u i l t I' ' ' I I '-'''I. ( i o o i l am] c h u l r e v c a l t r . s I0- 1 !.'i. l i i K h c h o i c e and jin'me -ii. f e w J7. Choice y e a r l i n c s l o e k c r s - J l . C h o i c e stock h e l f e r 5 lii..-,l.|«. JJiifj-c «i..!i. J l a r f O H ' S ant! y i l l s r,0 crnU to I .on l o w e r , s o u s :.') cent-i d o w n . C h u i c r ."jO pound b a r r o w s a r . d K i l l s ;·.:,.".:,- , · s c u t l e r i n p ·;';..".o, c h o f c r one and two and choice f e e d e r pJfft '^(i-i7. Shtrp: ::.·.·!!!). S l a u s l i t c r lambs weak (o i c e n t s l o w e r . Choice anil p r i m e w u o l e d s l a u g h t e r l a n i b s llio pounds d o w n - l . 7 r . - i 3':.'!".: K i n d t o v e r I'l.l p o u n d s d i s r o u n l e d j l.«0-:i.OH p e r Imndrert w e i g h t , l . ' l i l i i y a n d ! good w o o l e d lam!n I7-':1..V). Choice a n d ! p r i m e 1 U : pound shorn l a m b s number o n e p e l l s '.M..V1. G u o d and choice Iambs SU-'.'I. OUT OF 31ARKET JACOB E, DECKER SOXS CA'l'TI.K -- ( J ' h o n t ( I I 7 I ) M A S O N C n v -- F o r T h u r H e l i ' Prime ctters SK.OK-'JB.ui T r l m u h e i f e r * $·'! 0i-'*;s i) AmTT KiO'i AmTob GO AmWooI I G ' H A n a c o n d a :'L r : A r m o u r 9 ! ,i; Alchison 100 Clmiee Choice Meers h t l f e r s . s:;',.«i)-2.-,.i)n Oootl h e i t t r j Utility licndixAv fj-l r !a liethSil 5-11 a Uoein^'Air f;8-7 t 'i Case,! I 15" .i Chrysler 577^ ConEdis 42 i-'i Corni'rorl 72'^ CurUssWr 8 : ia Uecre 28'.i- DuPont 107'Vi EIAuloL41 G e n K l c e 'JfM'i GenFoods 58 steers 4: heifers s ii heifers cows *] n.uu-4u..i] .-, A t t sn.nri.':(i.(iol O e n A I o t B u l l * ( C i n n e / s and c u l l e r s . . $ Sll.fJD-l.'i.dO s a.oo-ii.uo s s a.oo-iu.oo CLAUDE L. LYNCH sample boy at our sugar beet plant. For sonic reason, there always seemed to be a job at Alason City but in those days the Sigourney cently in the countryside was still on his mind tional Church Mason City Produce (Quotations by E. G. Morse) At 10 a.m. Thursday'; Eggs, No. 1 4i"c [gs, No. 2 35c, Eg»s, No. 3 30e Hens, hea%'y b r e e d s , 5 Ibs. | over 2flc» Hens, under 5 Ibs i6c Old Cocks '. i2c Mason City Grain At 12:30 p.m. Thursday Oats 7 5c Corn, No. 2 , $1.32 Soybeans $3.01 Couples Renew Wedding Vows i MIDDLEBORO, Mass. LR--Five Middleboro couples were rewcd re- t'HICAOO POTATOES C J h u r s r t u y ' s M a r k e t ) C H I C A G O . 7 -- ( U S J t A l -- P o t a t o e s : A r r l - als !'·. on t r a c k .'!«I; loial C.S. ship- i c n l i 7 « ; i ; o l d slock suppHc-; m o d r r a l e ; e m a n d v e r y s l o w ; m a r k e t d u l l ; - M i n n c - ita-.Vorlh D a k o t a ( * o n l l a c s '^.00; "\Visctm- . .. - - - , s . n l l u s s e l s a n d S r b 3 » o u I.S."»: ^ l o n l a n i i t e u i l l g j H u , s i - i s i.TSi n e w s t o c k supplier m o d e r a t e ; i l e m . i n d m u d s r a l c ; m a r k e t about s t e a d y : F l o r i d a round reds ^.-"i. GenPCm 521 Goodrich 85'/a Goodyear 5(i-!'i GtV.'eKtS ]9','i Homcstake 35Va IllCent 88V« IntHarv 30Vi IntTT ISV-j InterstPw ll'/i lowalllG 30 7 K KanCPL34'/6 Kcrinocott 7H4 KresgeSS U t a y l a g IT ]\IontWard Worrell 14 Na.shKcJv 15 NatDairy 65 3 /t NatGyps 23 r )a NY (Jen I 24 ParaPicl 27 3 /. PenneyJC 79 : li P a K R 17% PepsiCola 15',i PhiJIPet.59 KadioCp 24T' a Safeway ,19% ScarsRoeb 61-Vt SinclairOil 37% SoconyV 37 r a Sou Pa c '11'/a StdBrands 30V4 SUiOilInd75 StdOilNJ llVn Sludcbaker lO'/i SwiftCo 43'/s SylvElPd 34Vi TcxasCo 65 UnionPac llo'/z UnilAirL 23'/ 2 UnitAire 52 ; !.i USGypsm 127V4 US Rubber 30^i USSteel 40^8 WestUTcl 41% ^Vils·onCo S'/j Woolworth 43V4 Tho Po, running 417 miles, is Italy's longest river. and he only came up here for em- ...- ,. - , . - --- iPloymcnt. During 'that first visit this ci.rection during his earlyj| 1( . did manage to put in a short working-years, he always returned hitch with our Waste Heat gang ( h iit-n i « K r t t . i - - - - , ^^i*,. . . . . :_^ j i _., *· o « i » t o » Back again in Kcokuk County to take a t r y : a t farming, Mason City and Cerro Gordo drew him back for two years employment at our Mason City Water Works. After another return to the old f a m i l y home, he returned to participate Central Congrega- although everyone there in between jobs up in the northern part of the state. Married in 1926 These moves continued until March 22, 3926, when he was married to Viola Lee here in Mason City. C l a u d e ' h a d watched his future wife growing up in this community and perhaps had an idea that some day he might take her back to the old and friendly fam- j i i l y neighborhood in the south. He I found, however, he not have much to say about that and when his continuous service \vilh us began on April 30, 1928, Mason. City became his permanent home and Keokuk Counly had to be left to such trips as his vacations allowed ^ , Busting from our Claude's father, a full-blooded ".'1°? ' m a r n c d Da I 1 . d . K a l v ! in the quarry plant, together stripping with his at our brother Donald. He left again for the south but t h a t spring he was back with us as a driller with our quarry gang to start his, up to now, twenty-five years of continuous serv- present knew the original marital' knots had been well'tied. | The couples reaffirmed their mar-' riage vows in a special ceremony.!, Each had been married 51 years! or more. . W h e n a visitor to Britain p u t s ; his hand in his change packet, he j pulls out a handful of history, a c - j ; cording to Association. the British Travel Abbreviations f o r , . I r i s h m a n , was a native of Iowa j j w a s his mother, who came of PC as I sylvania Dutch stock. There were seven boys and two girls in the f a m i l y of whom seven survive. Claude, the youngest in the family, was only a year old when the head of the family was lost to them. The surviving brothers and sisters arc now fairly well scattered. Ella, widow of Ralph Hcllcm, presides over a f a r m near Fremont, Neb., where her four children also live. Witlard, the ; oldest surviving brother, is'in Oskaloosa. He lost his only son during World War II when the boy was serving as a paratrooper in our Army in the Italian campaign. Hannah, now Mrs. Guy Smothers, lives in Rose Hill, Iowa. She is the mother of two boys and (wo girls. Lloyd, next in line, is a foreman at Scotts and his seven chil- counCy road Bluffs, Neb., drcn have mndc the' largest contribution to the number of Claude's nephews and nieces. ' Started at Sugar Beet Donald, who came to Mason City with Claude in 1927 and worked for us for a lime is now with (he Burlington Railroad in Ottumwa. He has four children. The oldest brother, Andrew, ; \vas farming down in Kcokuk County at the time of his death and had no children. Ray, next, oldest to Claude, was killed in an automobile accident two years ago. Back in 1022, he worked for us for a lime as the old timers in our sheet metal department will recall. Claude's first move on the big Town checkerboard of counties was itv the fall of 1919 when he came to Mason City at 15 to work as a ICC. The Lynchs have two grown children. Their daughter, Betty Jane, graduating from our high , married David Kalvig of our Masonry Gang. Their one son, Joseph Claude, is the first grandson in the family. Joseph Charles, the Lunch's son, after two years service in the A r m y as an in- f a n t r y m a n , is now employed at Deckers and lives at the f a m i l y home on north east Twelfth street, just beyond the city limits. Is Ardent Fisherman The Lynchs arc members of the First Methodist Church and Claude still keeps his membership in the! Royal Neighbors. Like the majori-j ty of our folks, he is an ardent' fisherman and works at (hat avocation not only in Clear Lake but in northern Minnesota and has fished a good many of the waters in the Ozark Mountain country of Missouri. He hunts whenever opportunity allows. Usually there isj something to do at the family home to occupy Claude's vacations but while Joe was in the service, the family drove down to Atlanta ami to Fort Bcnning in Georgia to spend their vacations with him. Claude Lynch is ono of our most valuable operators and we arc glad that Mrs. Lynch finally brought to a halt all those earlier frequent moves back to the southwest corner of the state and made C'iauclc a permanent associate of ours right here in Mason City. He is a good man on an important job and we should be handicapped without him. The old home Sigourney countryside probably tugs at his in- rinrds occasionally-but after his straight quarter of a century in pur operations, we like to feel he pounds, shillings and pence teil the! invasion history of the British i j Isles. The symbol for pound, £, i s l j a hangover from the Norman-! French word for pound, "livre."^ The S for shilling comes directly 1 from the Danish word "shelling.' 1 The Romans donated the D for penny, from their word "denarii ins. The Cafe is located in Titonka, Iowa, 22 miles northeast of Algona^ There is only one. other cafe in town. This cafe has been doing a good business, the stock is clean, and this is a bonafide sale. The building is not included in the sale. The De Wall Cafe is air conditioned and modern throughout. ~ CAFE and EQUIPMENT The Cafe can seat 28 people in 7 booths. The counter seafs 8 people. The building size is 22x80. Rooms consist of main dining room, 22x60, kitchen 22x20. F u l l , dry basement under the building. EQUIPMENT CONSISTS OF: T modern electric soda fountain; 1 glass pie display case; 3 electric power dish washer; 1 food warmer; 1 deep freeze; 1 glass candy case; 1 glass cigar case; 1 grill; 1 large refrigerator; dishes, cooking utensils; a quantity of canned vegetables, fruit, meat, etc. REASON FOR SELLING Owner is "now self-employed in salesmanship. Oldest son subject to draft. Daughter going to college soon. ONLY ONE SALE MADE- SELLING IN ONE COMPLETE UNIT TERMS: $1,500 down payment on date of sale. 52,000 when new purchaser takes over. Balance 6°o money can be carried over. Can got a 5 year lease on building. S50 per month rental. Anyone interested can inspect any time. M. Colwell, Auctioneer Tifonka Savings Bank, Clerk now right where, he belongs, a member of our organization. AT MITCHELL COUNTY F A i R GROUNDS PUREBRED SALE P A V I L I O N , OSAGE, IOWA Featuring 60 Choice Purebred Hampshire Bred Gilts 10 Choice Breed-Building Fall Boars This is the, best offering of Purebred Hampshire Gilts we have ever offered at any of our sales. All big, broody, good-doing sows bred to the greatest pair of real meat type boars we have ever used. They will farrow in March and April. -M CLASSY BOY, ONE OF OUR TOP HERD SIRES These sows are all of our own breeding and are sired by such boars as TOP NOTCH, Ihe greaf ^£ e .,^° ar that has done so wel1 in our hcrd ; IOWA SPECIAL, a sire of fast-growing hogs; DESIGN, a great boar. The sires used on these gilts are GOLDEN HAWK the. 5th, national typo conference 2nd top .i.M- !^, 9 Ac°c. a ^ r a llfter mate to fhe Grand cham P'°n $1,220.00 GOLDEN HAWK the 4th, a real bo*r; and CLASSY BOY, a son of NORTH STAR, a sire of the fastest growing Hamps. THIS WILL BE YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE BEST IN HAMPSHIRE*! FIELD NORA SPRINGS, IOWA COL. KEITH GOODE, AUCTIONEER

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