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24 · · Aug. , 1 3 , 1952 «iciii«-i;:ijr«f, i n-, »,. Blind 'Musician fo Give Concerf Midwest Livestock [ l o b a r t , mir-sician, coinporicr and mis ·y'lo the Latin Americas, will present a concert at tin; Xion Lutheran Church Sunday at 8 p.m. HoburL, blind since birth, is a gni'cl- naif of Taylors Falls, Alina,, High School and Guslavus AdolpJms College, St. Peter, M i n n . A missionary to Latlii A m e r i c a n s silicc 1M2, Kc has been located at Son Antonio and L.I redo, Tex. The Hev. fJeorge Strum, /.ion Lutheran pastor, reports t h n l no admission .will lie charged but a free-will offering will ( W K I J M K S D A V S I ' B I C K S ) LVMttl I no 170 IVO-1W) IM-IOO 7.00-2I9 2I«.2,V be t a k e n '.'i in. at Iho close of the pn. FINALS LISTED · C L K A H L A K E -- K i n i i l results in flu.- inen'.s championship golf low- n a m o n t included: Consolation, f h a m p i o n s h i p f l i g h t -- C a r l Schneider defeated Or. K. II. Ito^'ors, 1 Up in 10 holes; first flight--Al Stroll cleft-Bled KOJI NickJc, 2 and! 1; second f l i g h t -- A i Nudolf.son de-' fouled Dnvi.' Nelson, ;i .-mil 2; third d!gh(~-.SIim Names defeated V. R. 'I'nrbox, I up; fourth flight--Lee .faeobsmi defeated P u t Hrcheny, ;i nnd 2. 270-2W) MO-3W .100.-310 31U-32II 320'MO 330--JW 310-350 .Tw-.'jco fiomi r 27 n-300 1.10-.1M itii ib, Ib.. Hit,. 11)3. II) a. I I I * . lll«] Ihk Alh*r! l.vu, Minn. fttlv lower SIV.fto $17.7.5 . , S20.flO . , M'J.73 .. izl.'zs ,'. W1.2.', . ; J2I.2.1 . . S21.25 sa0.no l i l t S19.7S Ills $1(1.30 l!s. . . . . . . . . . . . . J13.JS llti,, . . . S19.00 MM. 400-150 'IV).fl(M) .Wl .1.1(1 Km. I Its. SI 8.30 S18.M illl.UJ) V I H . . V ) Jlfl.lM $17. SO SI7.WI sin.. vi SI5.7S PROFIT BY USING THE GLOBE-GAZETTE " WANT "~ADSil C.D.A. E N T E R T A I N S O L K A K I.,AKK--The Hcv. f'juil Stclmel, ·flHslsliint pastor al St. Patrick's Catholic Chii.rcl), spoke for the program of Catholic Dnughlcrs of America at a picnic supper held in the elnirch parlors. (Hiosls were present from the courts at Mason (,'Hy «ml Giirncr. Tho ' new pro : grairi.s are in process of preparation, it was announced. at Nbrthern Iowa's Ldrgest Furniture i Store Metal Gliders - Metal Chairs Metal Tables - Umbrellas Chaise Lounges, etc. MIER WOLF SONS T oil OUTDOOR Hog Prices Move Lower ! i C H I C A O O I/ft-- Hog prices declined f u r t h e r Wednesday as mixed pressures downward continued to rule the market,' Values were steady to 50 cents lower t h a n averages set in t h e previous'session. Sows hud best demand. Cuttle were steady to r0 cents igher and sheep strong to SO cents P- lU-SIHl lions; 7.000. Slow e a r l y . Inlor iixlerntiMy act'u-e; very uneven but HCri- rally Mcml.y wllh TueJday's low clone or i-50 cciiu lower ihan Tneadiiy's ignheral inrki'l in b u l t h o i H ; non-s n|no uneven ul nionlly stoiidy lo 25 cunU lowoi-; i«6t choice 1M-210 Hi. S21.7S-22.23: most inlco 2.W-271) II). $21,25-21.75: tow '4IIO- 10 |b. S20.50-2I.2iS: few 150-lflp H. SIB-il; ui/tt RniVB umliT ^50 Hi, Slfl.50-20,50: few holcc biilnht'r trpi!» timter. MO III. :in high K $ 2 1 ; moKt 350-10(1 Ilj. S I 7 . 2 5 - I U : .100-501) i. . S I G . 2 A - 1 7 . 7 S i heavier weight* tlowu to uncl $1.1. 'atllfii lO.aotl. CalvoKi -100. SlccrW nml n l l i i K H nullvu, Hlronif lo 50 ccntff lilflivr oncrully 25-SO cenls hl«hcr on choice run rime unities: In.stnnras only stcndv on Imts «olllni; hviuvi S2«; Imirerg mostly ;i-ncl)': cows 25 utMiU or mor« lil^li^r: t i l b Mon!y to 50 n v n l f i - hli;h«r'i vealers l l y Moiuly; hulk c'hok-e nnil : prime slecrs ml yenning!! $3I.73-:I5; fuw loads prime ,l'IB-1.2i(1 Ilj. Sia.Sa-'J.'j.Mi some .li'eki iKlier: most K:I|CS garni to low-chnicc 20.50-ai.J50: must tliulcc ami 'in-line licit- rs S31.M-ai.SO: fipod to clioico $28-31: I l l l t y niul uoinmcrclnl cows S18-22; mosl anncrx: n.mt cutters S l - l . 5 0 - 1 9 : u t i l i t y :uu (inintureial htill.i" S22-2;l: i:onuin'i-cl:il to irlinb vealers $20-33. Sheep: 2.000. Slnnglilot- I'nmbK nnd o\ tnn« lo 30 cunts hlulinr: lop S32 on rime 100 ID. offorliiKsi inout lileh-xootl lo liolti! unlive lainli $30-31.50; cull litu i t l l l l y - . s i s - a a : prlino 103 It. No. 1 skin ml full .shorn' In'inbB nnd yearlings 2(1,Ml chnirc 'I'oxus S25.50i most nlnuKli was S7.7S-U: (op 510,50 (or priiiic. Local Livestock - · . . ' · · : · MASON' CITY--for Wednesday 23e. lower. : ; . noil l l « h l lights I G O - 1 7 0 Sin.OO no Kht I l i t l i l J t . . . . . . . . . . . . 170-1BO $20.00 lood I l K h l lliihts j . IB0.1BO S21 00 iood l i g h t H«hts . . . . . . inO-200 .121.25 Oooil medium w e i g h t s . . . . . . 200-220 $21 21 nic'dliim uvJaliia , . 220-B.WS2l.25 incdhim welghlH . . . . . . 2 3 0 - 2 4 0 S21.25 looil n i c i l i i i m . weights- 210-250 S21.00 owl n i c i l h i n i weights . . . . . . 2.TO-2HO: S20.75 lood nietHtm! w«(Rh'(s . . . . . . 2fiO-270 S20 5t ooil nicdiinu iveiMhts .,'.... 270-280 'S20.2S Good piedhim welKlits 2R0.2SO S20.0( !ood iiH'dhim vvuluhts . . . . . . 290-300 $10.75 Jood meillmn vvetshfs . . . . . . 300-310 *lD 5t rood medium weights . . . . . . 310-320 Sin.23 noil medium welslils .120-330 Sl!).QO lood medium wt'lBht.s . . . . . . .130-310 S18.7;i ·uott nirdliim u i - I x l i l s .1111-350 ·$ 18,50 iood innlium uolehls :I50-.WO SIB.2." lood sovvs . . . ; . . . . 270.UOO SID.2;! iomi: .low-a , . . . . ' . . . . . . ' 300-330 SIH.7S loodi »o\ys . MO-360 Sl8.2r !ool SOWH ' ; . ' MO.^00 :Sl7.7r Inbd so\v: -100-450 S17.00 ond s o w n ' ; i . - . . . · . · -150-300 J1II.25 No IKI^S' recelvetl n i t e r S p . - i n . -- J a c o b E looker SOILS. '· . OATTT.r. : AlASON r CITY--for VVodno.siinj 'Hmo steers nnd hcllttrX 1 ^ $32.00-34.01 Choice .steers nnd heifers $30.00-'J2.5I ioixl Btuers nnd heifers . . . . . . $28.0(1-30.0 Jommercial steers nml heifers 523.00-21!.OC Utility steers mul licifcrs . . . . . . $20.00-2: cows '· . : . . . ; . ' ; · . . . . . . S23.00-2-l.OC iicn:ln) cows ., $1B.00-22.01 Utility cows SlC.OO-lH.Oi C:mners ami cutlers S15.00-17.0' Bulls . . . . . . . . . . $10.00-26.0 CAf.VMS MASON CITY--for Wednesday Choieo 28.00-30.0 tlouU . . ; . . . . . S24.00-28.0 Commercial . -- KM.OD-un.O U t l l i t l c n Slfi.00-20.0 CUIIs , S10.00-I6.0 I.AM US Choic» S2-i.00.26.OC Clocd S21-M-23.5 Utilities S18.50-21.0 Culls- Sl'l.OO-ia.O Uiiotl lo choice ewes S 5.50- 7.1! U t i l i t y ewes S 4.00- 5.0 Cull tnvcs J 3.00- Mason City Produce ( 0 » o l » l t » n » djr r.. C,. .1Ior.sc) At LO::iO a. in. Wctlnescla Eggs, No. I 47 Eggs, No. 2 37 Eggs, No. ;i. .' 1)3 Mcns, 5 Ibs. and over 18 [[ens under 5 Ibs 16 Old cocks, heavy breeds 12 Leghorn cocks ,-.: 10 ('IIIt.'AdO CASH C H A I N UVcilurMl.iy'^ .M.irkcll ..OHICACU) l.n-Cash whcnt: No. 2 Corn: Nn. 2 .yellow Sl.flO'i: No. 3. Sl.'ftf 1.7U: No. -I. $1:7IV,-l,73'/i: No. 5, SI.S3V l.fiB: s.implc «rali- $l.36-ii-l.38. Oats: No. 1 honvy white HAV-ic: N'o. \yhlln B6V4c. Hurley nuinln.il: IMaltinR S I . 3 5 - 1 . 3 1 : fee SI.10-1.20. Soybeans: None, C H I C A G O I'OTATOMS ( \ V c d n e x i ! : i y ' s ^T.trket) I CHICAGO Ml--(USDAt--I'otatocs: Arr vali. 55, OH track 147: total U.S. slil n\cins 519: supplies rather light: daman #ooil; ' market-about steady; Califo Ions .whites §(.7n-6.75: Irlalio-OroKon nil sel.i SIJ.lOl Washington Hiisscls S6.R5: Wi oonsin Pontlac.s S6.75. T i d e s , are caused by both : th sun and moon, which exert a grav itational pul! on the waters of th earth. A u s t i n , Minn. Sle.iily *20.(X %'.'.i.ir.i 121.2-1 S2I.5JI (2I..W i'it.iO SJI.OO K20.75 I'M.'M VViilerkxi MI, 21 Sil J«) 520,73 V'il.M . II5..W SI9.M SI9.WI SI8.75 I8,3'J Y18.M SI 7. 75 S l l i . 7 5 siti.on S19.1H1 $18.75 *|B.50 S18.25 SI 9.01) S I H . S O Slit.OO 417.50 Itaplds ZSt-SOc lower J19.00 MO. 00 SiO.75 Kl .23 «21.2S «1.23 $21.25 «1.25 $21.00 S20.75 S20.50 S20.25 KO.IW ·Sl'J.SI) $13.00 S1U.OO SIB.50 glli.OO 515.25 SI 9.00 5IB.50 SIH.OO SI7.50 tlli.75 Slli.W) SI5.I5 Lithuanian D. P. Tells ! Bit, Spur Club of Home CLEAR LAKE--Miss Valda Pip- Inn, now employed at Methodist Camp, spoke of her natiyp cpuntry,| Lilhuiinia, ant! her'experiences in Germany as a D.P,, for the pro gram of the Bit City Hall. She dance costume of hand woven ma- le-rial made by her mother. Dale Prescott played several accordion numbers. Club members voted to hold a j picnic at the rodeo grounds 'at! : and Spur Club at wore her native Races, caff-rop- and other fun is Beans Lead Grain Gain C H I C A G O l#j-- A oybeans, sending sharp u p t u r n ;ill contracts in lo lent strength grain market 12:30 Aug. 24. ing, a pig race planned. Everyone is welcome to attend, it was announced. The next regular meeting will be Sept. 8 at City Nail. A R E C I R C L E GUESTS CLEAR LAKE -- T h e Rev. ami Mrs. George Slrum, Irving Morgan and Mrs, Perry Bailey and Mrs. 0. T. Hunsen were Kuests of Elizabeth Circle.of .the Zion Lutheran Aid at itlie Ilansen home. Airs. Morgan and Miss Delore.s Kirchgattcr were hostesses, the Itev. Mr. Strum led devotions and Mrs. Harry Evans gave the lesson. cw*.seasonal highs, the rest of the Vctlncsctay. Wheat closed '/i-'U higher, Sep- ember $2MVt-Vi, corn unchanged higher, September $1.78%-%, ats ·'!-% higher, September 85- Wic, rye i 1% to 2 cents higher, eptember $2.i2-2.'i2'/?», soybeans \ii-G ; ti higher, September $:5.2:)'/i- .23, and lard f cents lower to 5 c n l s . a . l O O pounds higher, Septcm cr $U.35. H'icn,VHsn,\v'.s C H I C A C U Wl-- ;«AI.V ci.osu VIIEAT- epl. . . . ee. Inc. . , . Uiy . . . OJUS-- ii r. . . Iny . . A.TS- cpt. . , Inr. '.'. Uiy . . mi-fill. .. O|Km I f i K h Low Close 2.1(1 1 .78Vi 2.45V!, 2.4S- 1 !!) I.TJVl 1 .78 : /M 1 .75 ; |.'i l.BO^i .OYBEANS -- cpt. . . V u v , tin. Ini-. . . . l i V H U -- ' ' icpt. . , . 2,13 2.1 [r a.i2'.i 2! 17' 3.0SJV4 lee. an. ·Inr. ...J1.23 11, nr, . 11.511 . 12,33 3.15 3.m', il.40 H.S7 a 1.57 2.00H ·2.12H '2.14-li 3,15'A S.OGV'j 3.08W 3.on-n 3.07W .91-11 -91V. 2. 12V. 2. 1 'Hi 2.17 3.2.114 3.12H 3.13Vi 12.70 12.70 I I . 42 11.45 12.30 12.30 12.55 12.85 11,35 11.50 11.55 12.35 12.65 Mason City Grain At 1:30 p. in. Wednesday On Is, No. 2 77c Corn, No. 2, 15'.A% 'moisture $1.58 ioy')cans, old $2.05 soybeans, new, by Nov. 15 .. $2.80 Stock Market Has Recovery NEW YORK (/B--The stock m a r \'ct staged a recovery Wednesday ed by ·.railroads', and the marke closed mixed after e a r l y ' losses verc cut back. There was no volume b't 'conse queried either on the initial fall 61 he subsequent recovery movement Business amounted to an estimated million shares as compared will Tuesday's 1,110,000 shares. New York Stocks By The Associated Press {Final Quotations Wednesday) AllicdStrs 38 AmCan 34-1-i AmCrystS 23'/ AmRad .15Vk AmSmclt'43'/i AmTclT 154'/! AmTob 57 AihWoalcn 23 Anacon.Cpp'-HWi Armour O n /it Atchison 91 UcatFcis 38',ii . BcndixAv .53 BethSll-51'/-! BocingAirp 35 n /H CaseJI 2,Vv Chrysler 81 ConEdis 35 : J!i CornProcl 60'/a Curlis.s 8W Deere 32% DuPont 89 ElAdto 50 GenEIec G3Ts GenFoods 4S G en Wot .61'/4 Goodrich 07=5« Goodyear 43% GtWcstSug 17% Homestakc 3G!4 IllCent 75% IntHarv 33 V* IntTelTel 18 InlcrcstPw 9% ia-IHGE 2G'js KanCPL Kcnnecott 81% KresgcSS 3(i Miiytng IS'lfe i\ront\Vnrd (iSV'a Morrcll 13VJ 'N:\shKelv 2.0 ! W NalDairy 55'/j NYCentral 10% P a r a m P i c t 2 5 Penney,1C G8 I'allr 201,4 PcpsiCola 9% PhillipsPct 58',i RadioCp 25-~ib SafcwaySt 30% SearsHoeb 59'/H SincIairOil 45Vi SoconyVac 37-Va SouPac 8518 StdBrands 2K ; !i StdOilFnd 8t StdOilNJ 78'rt Studcbakcr 38% SwiftCo 32% SylvEIPd 35 TexasCo 55 n 4 UnPac llG^'i UnitAirL'in 28-Vs UnitAirc 34'/4 . USGyp'sum 118 USRubber 25-Mi USSteel 40Ki.- WestUnTel 41 Vj WilsonCo 10 Woolworlh 43 NIGHT AUCTION Kanawha Sales ' KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill FRIDAY NIGHT -- AUGUST 15 STARTING AT 7:30 Our livestock auction is held ev«ry Friday night. Buyers for all kinds of stock, so bring in anything you want to sell. There it a great demand at Kanawha. You get full value wh«n you itll your livtstock at our tales. W« givt your stock the best of car* and w« aim to pitas* «v»ry consignor. For market information and for trucking service, call ut. W« want, to help you. H.Brummund, Auctioneer Manager B R A N D A U S M E E T K U D D -- The B r a n d a u family old its animal reunion at the Hudd ark with 55 present. The William Icin/erling f a m i l y of Adams, linn., came the longest distance, [crman Brandau of Osage was the Idest member -present and Canace Kock was the youngest one resent. The following ^officers vere elected for the coming year:' 'resident, William JJcinzerling, dams, Minn.; vice president, Iriimlon Burnett of Kudd; secrc- ary- treasurer, Mrs. George Kock, ludd; historian, Mrs. Harm Kuper, Charles City;'publicity* chair- nan, Mrs. Chester IJranclau, Nora prings. LIVESTOCK AUCTION 1 O'CLOCK CATTLE A lot of good catHe were consigned to. the sale last Friday. Ole Fatland Son of Clear Lake sold 1,000-lb. Angus steers at $30.95 c'wt. Frank Smith of Mason Cily sold 1,050 Ib. fat steers at $30.20 cwf. Ed Lyman of :Rudd sold mixed steers. Hbrher Brinton of Hanlontown sold mixed cattle. Everett Johnson of Rockford sold 44 steers and heifers. Ralph Walls of Mason City, sold mixed cattle. And many others. We appreciate your consignments. Listed for this week: 22 acclimated white-face heifers, wr. 700 Ibs., f l e s h y 40 B l a c k Angus steers, wt 600 Jbs. 50 white-face steers, wt. 550 Ibs. 20 white-face steers, wt. 600 Ibs. 15 Shorthorn steers, wf. 500 Ibs. These cattle are from the dry areas of the West and w i l l make a big gain on the good grass in this country. Also a good run of fat cattle and butcher cows and heifers. The plain quality stock. .cattle ore much lower and' very hard to sell. Good quality light .weight catHe are in good demand. Plan to attend the Clear Lake sa!c on Friday, and see a lot of good stock sold. : All hogs sold must go to market, CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THE CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. FOR PROMPT SALE AND ' COMPLETE SATISFACTION. '. ; Clear Lake Auction Company Look ahead-Buy now At Savings too big to be missed Reg. $ 7 95 axminster .broad I bom Sale priced--exceptional in value! 50% new resilient wool, and 50% "carpet rayon." Styled for'modern" or;period decor.- Warn), soft colors id'set your rooms aglow^ Save on every sa^aare yard you buy at Aldens. Broad loom 100% wool twist 9' or 12' width, extra heavy Iwist. Two-tone effect in grey, rose, green, beige. Reg. $12.95 sq. yd. 95 12-foot all-wool axminster Early American lloral pal-, tern, woven from imported wool yarns. Reg. $16.95 sq.: yd 12 95 Embossed wilton broadloom carpet 9 or 12 foot width in textured l o o p construction. G r e y , green, beige. All wool. · Reg. S18.95 sq. yd. . . . . ..... *1 I * 95 We Install Our Own Carpel and Linoleum. Guaranteed Highest Quality and Workmanship. Call 793 For Free Estimate. All Washable Cotton Loop Rugs/n70Co/ors Rubberized non-skid backs, new locked in heavy loops. Sizes 24x36 or 24x45. Values to S2.98

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