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Midwest Livestock (TUESDAY'S PRICES) ' Albert Lea, Steady _ Â· . Minn. Austin, Trend Steady Minn. Good Butchers-150-160 Ibs. J17.25 160-170 Ibi. 118.00 $2025 170-180 lbÂ«. |- 120.2S Jai'S 180-190 Ibs $21.00 $2150 130-200 Ibs J21.25 Â«175 200-210 Ibs. J21.50 J2175 310-220 Ibfl. J21.50 S21 7S 220-230 Ibi J21.50 Jji.75 230-240 Ibs $21.50 S21.75 240-250 Ibs S21.25 11140 250-260 Ibs jji.oo $ji 15 260-270 Ibs J20.75 $2100 270-280 Ibs. S20.50 Â«o'7S 280-290 lbÂ« 520.25 J'O 50 290-300 Ibs 520.00 $20 35 300-310 Ibs t l9 .75 520.0,, 310-320 Ibs Â»19.50 $1975 320-330 Ibs J19.25 S19.5O 330-340 Ibs $19.00 $19.13 340-350 Ibs $18.75 $1900 350-360 Ihs J18.25 J18'7S Good Packing Sows-270-300 Ibs $13.25 $19.50 300-330 Ibs S18.75 Â»19.00 330-360 Ibs $18.25 $1850 360-400 Ibs 517.75 J18 00 400-450 Ibs S17.25 $17.50 450-500 Iba $16.75 $17.00 500-550 Ibs $16.00 $16.25 Steady Waterloo $19.00 $20.00 $21.00 521.50 S2L50 121.50 S21.SO 421.50 $21.25 $21.00 $I0.7S 120.50 $20.25 920.00 $19.75 $19.50 $19.25 $19.00 $18.75 $18.50 $19.25 318.75 $18.25 S17.SO S16.75 $16.00 $16.25 Steady Cedar Rapids $19.25 $18.75 $18.25 (17.50 $16.75 $16.00 $15.25 Hog Prices Dip Slightly Cine AGO (/PI -- Hogs supplies were of about normal proportions Tuesday and in line with trade forecasts yet the market was steady to 25 cents lower. Outside order buying still was restrained and this helped t(Kreduce demand. Cattle were steady to 50 cents lower and'sheep steady to weak. (USDA Hofis: 10,000. Hntiler slow and unevenly steady to 25 cents lower on butchers; most decline on weights under 2JO Ib.i sows mostly 25 cents lower; few of( more; most choice 200-260 Ib. butchers S22-22.40; few loads and lots choice 200220 Ib. 522.50; most 270-290 Ib. S2!.50-22; few loads and lots 300-375 Ib. heavies 518.50-21; few 160-190 Ib. 519-22; most sows under 350 Ib. $18.75-20.75; few choice butcher types under 300 Ib. to $21; most 350-400 Ib. 517.50-18.75; 400-500 Ib. $16.75. 17.75; few heavier weights as low as $15.50 and below. Cattle: 7.000. Calves: 400. Prime steers steady, other slow, steady to 50 cents lower; heifers average-choice and better steady, others weak to fully 50 cents lower; cows steady; bulls strong; veaJers steady; few loads prime steers nnd year- liiins 535-35.75; most choice to low-prime $32-34.50; high-commercial to low-choice $27-31.50; good to high-choice heifers $JB34: utility and commercial cows $19-23; mostly S19.23-22.50; canncrs nnd cutters 515.50-19; utility ant! commercial bulls $2225; good heavy and medium weight fat bulls S24-24.50; commercial to prime veal- I2C-33; cull and utility grades 515-25. Sheep: 2.000. Nothing done on spring lambs or ewes; bidding 25 cents or more lower on spring lambs, or 531 downward; ewes weak, especially on 160-200 Ib. kinds; deck choice No. 1 skin fed lambs and yearlings steady at $25.50. E S T I M A T E D L I V E S T O C K RECEIPTS ( T u e s d a y ' * M a r k e t ) CHICAGO Â«V-( US DA)--Estimated salable livestock receipts for Wednesday: 9,. 000 hogs, 10.000 cattle and 2,000 sheep. Local Livestock . ROGS MASON CITY--tor Tuesday Steady. Good light lights 160-170 519.25 Good light lights 170-180 $20.25 Good liht lights 180-190 $21.25 Good light light* 190-200 $21.50 Good medium weights 200-220 $21.50 Good medium weights 220-230 $21.50 Good medium weights 230-240 521.50 Good medium weights 240-250 S2C.25 Good medium weights 250-260 Â£21.00 Good m e d i u m weights 260-270 $20.75 Good medium weights ...... 270-280 $20.50 Good medium weights 280-290 520.25 Bean Market Is Weakened CHICAGO LB--Profit cashing and liquidation in soybeans weakened the market Tuesday just before the close. At the finish wheat was 3 A to i'/i lower than the previous close, September $2.32. Corn was % higher to % lower, September $1.79%- V4. Oats were Vt to % lower, September 83^4-%. Eye was 1% to VA. lower, September ?2.07V4. Soy- Deans were vÂ£ higher to IVi lower, September $3.18V!-19. Lard was 10 :o 25 cents a hundredweight lower, September ?10.85. JOINS MARINES--Virgil DoylÂ» OslÂ«r, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Osier, 230 13th S.E., Uft Monday for Dei Moines for tniist- mÂ«nt into th* United States Marine Corps. HÂ« will go to San Dl*go, CÂ«lif., for his basic training. Mason City Grain At 1:30 p. m. Monday Oats, No. 2 77c TUESDAY'S GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO MV-WHEAT-- Open High Low Glow Sept $2.33 S2.3354 $2.31% S2.32 Dec. ... Mar. ... May ... July ... CORN-Sept. ... Dec. ... Mar. ... May ... OATS-Sept. ... Dec. ... Corn, No. 2, moisture $1.58 Soybeans, new, by Nov. IS . . $2.84 CHICAGO CASH GKA.IM (Tuesday's M a r k e t ) CHICAGO W1--Cash wheat: No. 1 red S2.31-2.31W; No. 2. Si.30',i. Corn: No. 2 yellow $1.79^-1.81 Vi: No. 3. Sl.761l-l.79V4: No. 4. S1.7-H4-J1.77K: No. 5, Sl.70Vi-l.73Vi; sample grndu $1.48^4- 1.77W. Oats: No. 1 heavy mixed BBV^e; No. 1 heavy white B9K-90ci No. 2 henry white 91c: No. 3 heavy white 8CV4c. Barley nominal: Malting $1.35-1.18; feed $1.10-1.29. Soybeans: None. May .. RYE-Sept. .. Dec. .. May 2.WÂ» 2.45Vi 2.43H 2.43V* 2.45U 2.45W 2.44 2.4Â«t 1.39?i 2.40V4 2.39Vi 2.30'.4 l.TBVt 1.70W 1.77% 1.791 1.74^4 1.75Vi 1.73V8 '1.74% 1.79Vi 1.79V4 i.tlVt 1.78U l.MH l.BOM I.79*!i l.OOtt .84 .SXH4 .8* .88tt .9114 .87 .aWt -89H .8344 .87% .90 Vi .MVi SOYBEANS-- 2.WV4 2.09W I.OOii 2.07V4 2.iow 2.ioii 2,wÂ» a.oa 2.11V1 2.11 2.09 2.09*1 VISITS F R I E N D S OSAGE--Taxio Kato, one of the SUI foreign students who came to Osage last Thanksgiving for_a holiday vacation, is back again visiting friends. He is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Angell. The young Japanese student is spending a week from his duties at the university. Jersey Class Winners Led by H. Massee The premier breeder nnd premier exhibitor .awards were given lo Harold Massee and Son, Nashua, in the open class Jersey cattle competition at .the North lown Fair. W i n n e r s a s determined b y Floyd Arnold, extension dairyman at Iowa State College, include: Bull, senior yearling, born July I, 1950, to Dec. :u, 1950--Harold Massee Son, Nashua, 1st; junior nnd senior champion bulls--Harold Massee Son; heifer .calf, born Jan. 1, 1951, to March 1, 1952--Harold Massee Son, 1st and 2nd; Mae Margaret Juhl, 3rd, and Robert Pruin, 4th. Heifer, junior yearling, born Jan. .1, 1951, to June 30, 1951-Bennett Lightbocly, Thornton, 1st, and Harold Massee Son, 2nd; junior champion female--Harold Massee Son; junior gel of sire --Harold Massee Son; cow, two years old, born J u l y l, 1949, to June 30, 1950--Harold Massee 5on, 1st; cow, three years old, born July 3, 19-18, lo June 30, 1919 --Harold Massee Son, 1st, and 3ob Pruin, Mason City, 2nd. Cow, four years old, born .luly 1, 1947, to June 30, .1948--Harold Massee Son, 1st and 2nd; cow, 'ive years old and over, born be!ore July 1, 1947--Harold Massee Son, 1st; dairy herd--Harold Massee . Son, 1st; best three females--Harold Massee Son, 1st, and Bob Pruin, 2nd. Cow, in millc, judged on udder North Iowa fair Junior Livestock Auction Baby Beef Sale MÂ»Â»m City Clobe-CUielle, Miton Oilj, I*. Aug. 19, 1952 PRICE E X H I B I T O R B U Y E R Eugene Evans GIobe-Gaiette Bob Ermer North Iowa Fair Assn Carroll Morris Rath Packing Company, Waterloo...... 3S'/4 Verla Toppin Mason City Auction Company 3S'/j Roger Diercks .Farmers Elevator Company, Mason City 34 Luwarren Luick .United Horn* Bank 37Vi Eugene Evans .People's Gas and Electric 37 Myron Olson Farmer's Elevator, Clear Lake 36% Robert Evans .Farmers Elevator Company, Mason City 37 Doris Gruls Rath Packing Company 34% Bruce Evans Wilson Packing Company, Albert L e a . . 3 S V 4 EXHIBITOR BUYER PRIC6 Ellen Ketchum ........Geer and Strahorn, Rockwell ....;..,.... 34yj Merlyn Olson Rath Packing Company ........,..,,.., 32V* Larry Nelson DuBryn and Pugh, Clear Lake ......... 34V* Roger Ames ...Jacob E. Decker Sons ;....'...., 33VV Don Kramer ..........Lyle Pringle ............. 30% Donald Zweck Johnson and Son ;....... 34% Jo* Barr -Dr. Harold Morgan ...;... 34Vi Mary Younga Jacob E. Decker Sons ............... 34Vi Paul Frye Farmers Elevator, Mason City ',.Â·;;.';;,'35Vf Allan Doan .' Johnson and Son . . . . . . . Larry Humphrey .Rath Packing Company 33 David Toft Farmers Lumber Company, Clear Lake.. 3416 Â· Wilson and Company ......'34 Alan Duea Henkel Construction Company Priscilla Rawson Jacob E. Decker Sons 40 34'/i Gary Long Farmers Mutual Insurance . . . . 3 5 Bruce Evans United Home Bank 36 Roger Diercks Rath Packing Company 35VÂ» Larry Frahm Elks Club, Mason City 3S'/i Roger Diercks First National Bank ,. 36VÂ» Jack Zook Jacob E. Decker 4 Sons Elaine Sheridan Uyle Prlngle 37'A Robert Johnson Standard Oil Company ..31% Jim Coyle . . . J a c o b E. Decker Sons 32ya Don Kramer Lyle Prlngle '.... .,. 34'A Roger Crawford Rath Packing Company, Waterloo 33'A Bill Dodge Cerro Gordo Beef Producers Asm 34% Jerome Barr Rath Packing Company ,.;...., 33Vs Mardttlle Luick Clear Lake Auction Company 34'A .Zeidlor Concrete Products, Clear Lake.. 37% Joel Punke Phyllis Thrams First National Bank 37'/4 David Tesene Lake Gift Shop, Clear Lake 34Vz Mary Jane B a r r a g y ' . . . F a r m e r s Co-Op Society, Rockwell ,,.;,. 33Vz Richard Knoll Wilson and Company ........ 34'/4 Bob Ermer ......Rath Packing Company ........34 Â· Joyce Olson General Mills, Inc. ..................... 35Vi Ronnie Swanson Benn and Williamson, Portland : ........ 34 c Allan DeWltt First National Bank , 3 3 ; Tom Slskow First Stato .Bank, Thornton ...,,,, 34'A James McLauyhlln --Wilson and Company 32V* Lynn Hansen Johnson and Son ,. ...'.... 34Vi Roger Crawford Jacob E. Decker Sons 34 Marllynna Ginther ,.,.Ro1h Packing Company 32%,. Gary Ginther Wilson and Company 34 Ronald Wood Clear Lake Co-Op Creamery 34 Bob. Danger Mason City Implement Company ....... 33'/z Robert DeWltt Farmers Elevator, Mason City ........ 34%. Bob Zweck ........... .Rath Packing Company 32V* Russell Wood Ronnie Swanson United Home Bank Arlen Long ..First National Bank 34 Delton Dlxon .,,.. Burchinal Elevator. Company 34 Gary Ginther Mason City Production Credit Assn..... 37V4 Gary Long . . . . R a t h Packing Company, Waterloo......'34% Robert Johnson Ellsworth Treloor, Nora Springs 35Va Gerald Lage Johnson and Son 34 Eugene Evans Wilson Packing Company, Albert LÂ«a.. 34% Robert Evans Mason City Auction Company 35 Marilynne Ginther lohnson and Son 37 Jimmy Ermer Rockwell Co-Op Locker Plant .......... 34'/i Tom Siskow Jacob E. Decker Sons 33'/2 BUI Amos .,.. ...Rath Packing Company 34V* Miko Rawson ....Jacob E. Decker Sons ............... 33%. Lee Grols Wilson and Company Richard Howard B-Lino Service Gordon Eno ,..,Lyle Pringle. ,.,..,.,. 34Vi Pauline Kramer ......William Keough, Rockwell .....i 3V Jerry Barragy Jacob E. Decker Sons .......;,; 33yi Kathleen James Wilson and Company 30V* Ellen Ketchum Jacob E. Docker Sons ................ 32% Jack Everhart First Notional Bank ..........: 33 Sept. Nov. . ., Jan. Mar. May ... LARD-Sept. ... Oct. Nov. .. Dec. .. Jan. .. Mar. ,. May .. 3.1BH 3.JO 3.15V4 3.19 3.10Vi 3.HW 3.DB 3.10Vt 3.11 3.12Vi 3.0914 3.1151 3.09V4 10.95 11.30 11.30 12.17 1S.20 12.42 3.07'A 3.10 11.00 11.22 11.85 12.25 12.20 12.42 10.75 11.00 11.12 12.02 12.10 12.35 10.85 11.07 11.25 12.12 12.10 12.35 12.50 Good medium weights Good medium weights 290-300 S20.00 300-310 $19.75 Good medium weight!! 310-320 510.50 Good medium weights 320-330 S19.25 Good medium weights 330-340 $19.00 Good medium weights 340-350 $18.75 Good medium weights .350-300 SIB.50 Good sows 270-300 $10.25 Good sows 300-330 S1B.75 Good sows 330-360 S18.25 LEGAL NOTICES alone--Harold Massee Son, 1st Tnd 2nd, and Bob Pruin, 3rd; get of sire--Harold Massee Son, 1st; produce of dam--Harold Massee Sc Son, 1st and 2nd. The premier Breeder and premier exhibitor awards were given to Harold Massee Son'. Roger Johnson Lyle Prlngle 34Vi Rickey Lundt Clear Lake Auction Company 35% David Brue ...... ...... Jacob E. Decker Sons 34Vi Sarah Sutton Clear Lake Auction Lowell Seiberling .Jacob,E. Docker Sons Merlyn Olson , .Wilson and Company .... Allan DeWiU ...Lyle Prlngle 31 33 30V4 30 Bruce Evans Wilson Packing Company, Albert Lea.. 34% Vern Gobeli Rath Packing Company, Waterloo. 3 aul Frye People's Gas and Electric Galen Gruis Clear Lake Auction Good sows 360-JOO S17.75 Good sows 400-450 $17.00 Good SOWS 450-500 S16.25 No hogs received after S p. m.--Jacob E. Decker t Sons. CATTI/E MASON CITY--tor Tuesday Prime steers and neUcra 132.00-34.00 Choice steers and heifers ...... S30.00-32.5fl Good steers and belters $28.00-30.00 Commercial steers and heifers SZ3.00-26.00 Utility stcen and helfera 120.00-22.00 Good COWS S23.00-24.00 Commercial cows I18.00-22.00 Utility cows J16.00-1B.OO Canners and cutler* $15.00-17.00 Bulls J19.00-2S.OO CALVES MASON CITY--for Tuesday Cholc* 28.00-30.00 Good S24.00-28.00 Commercial 524.00-28.00 Utilities *Ifi.OO-20.00 Culls irO.OO-lG.OO LAMBS CholcÂ« $25.00-26.00 Good $21.00-21.50 Rails Buoy Stock Market NEW YORK UR -- A s h o w of strength in the railroads buoyed the stock market Tuesday and pulled it away from the sharp fall suffered Monday. The upward movement was mild with a few exceptions in the oils, and the list was liberally flecked with minus signs. Volume came to an estimated million shares. Monday's total also was a low 1,090,000 shares. NOTICE TO .-' Proposed Purchase No. 1309 Sealed bids will bo received by the Stale Car Dispatcher at the o f f i c e of the lo\va State Highway Commission at Ames. Iowa, until 10:00, August 2H, 1952, for one Four- Door Sedan (Standard Model). Used Ford Deluxe Tucloc Sedan, PtE No. A-287I License No. 1005, Is to be taken In trade. Proposal Forms nnd additional information may be secured from George H. llen- ely. Resident Engineer, 15 Second Street, N. E., Mason City, Jowa. By virtue of statutory authority a preference will he given to products nnd provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa. (Chapter 73 Code 1950.) 39 34% Utilitie 518.50-21.IX) Culls ...... . ............... SN.00-18.00 Cood to choice ewes S 5.50- 7.00 UUlity ewes * 4.00- 5.00 Cull ewea Â» 3.00-4.00 Mason City Produce (Quotation* by E. G. MorÂ»Â«) At 10:30 a. m. Tuesday Eggs, No. 1 5lc Eggs, No. 2 Â«c Eggs, No. 3 35c Hens, 5 Ibs. and over 38c Hens under 5 Ibs. IBc Old cocks, heavy breeds 32c Leghorn cocks 1 C H I C A G O POTATOES (Tuesday'* M a r k e t ) CHICAGO WV-(USDA)-- Potatoes: Arrivals 119. on track 2-12: total U.S. ahlp- ments 376: supplies light: demand slow; market dull lo slightly weaker: Idaho- Oregon Ilusscts S6. 10-6.25; Minnesota War- bns S5.75: North Dakota Warbas S6-6.25; Â·Washington long whites $6.35. Busscta !66,25; Wisconsin Pontlacs S5.75. New York Stocks By The Aisociated Press ( F i n a l Quotations Tuesday) AllicdStrs 39 Kennecott 79VÂ£ AmCan 3314 KresgeSS 35% AmHomePd 38W Maytag 1G MontWard 65 Jlorrell 13' NashKelv 20% NatDairy 54% NatGypsum 20% NYCentral 19 ParamPict 24% PaRr 19% PcpsLCola 9% PhillipsPet 57% RadioCp 25% SafewaySt 31% SearsRoeb 57% SinclairOil 44 SoconyVac 36% SouPac 82% StdBrands 25% StdOillnd 79% StdOilNJ 78 Studcbaker 37V4 SwiftCo 32% SylvElPd34% TexasCo 54% UnPac 114 UnitAirLin 28 UnitAirc 3'lWi WALT Bit Slate Car Dispatcher NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Construction ot Drahmge Repairs Drainage District No. "0 Floyd C o u n t y , Iowa Notice is hereby Riven that the Hoard of Supervisors of Floyd County, lown. will he In session in the Courthouse In Clmrlcs City, Iowa, on the 26th day of August, 1952, nt 10:00 a. m. for the purpose of rccoIvlnK hicl.i for the construction of d r a l n n K e re- pnlrs In tho above Drainage. District. Work must commence on or before September 8, 1952, nnd be completed on nr before December 1, 1952. The approximate n m o u n t of work to be dono Is as follows: SECTION I Install CO feet of 36" corrugated metal pipe. SECTION II AmBadl5 AmSmelt 42V4 AmSugar 58 AmTolT 154Vf AmTob 56% AmWoolen 27Vi AnaconCop 45'A Armour 9% Atchison 89% BcalFds 38 S /R BendixAv 53% BethStl 50% BoeingAirp 35 CaseJI 24% Chrysler 79% ConEdis 35% CornProd 68% CurtissWr8!/B Deere 32% DuPont89/4 EIAuto 49% GenElec 62% GenFoods 47'A GenMot 59% Goodrich 65 W Goodyear 43V6 SEEK APPU1CANTS MESERVEY--The Civil Service Commission announces applications for the position ot postmaster must be at the office here by Aug. 25. Forms arc available at the local office for those who wish to apply. James D. Sprau is acting postmaster. GtWcstSug 17% tJSGypsum 116% Homestake 37'A USRubber 24% IHCent 73'/ 2 USSteel 39 7 /a IntHarv 33% WestUnTel 43 Mi IntTelTel 17% WilsonCo 9% Ia-IllGE26te Woolworth43% KanCPL 29% Assyrian pictures dated about 880 B.C. show soldiers using an over- arm stroke in swimming. SEE NORM BARSNESS FOR Auto Loans Personal Loans t,r Furniture Loans Rc-lny 7,500 feet of drain tile, 10" to 15". Furnish 2,220 feet of d r a i n tile, 10" to 15". All repairs to be performed In accordance with the Engineer's report, recom mcndatlons nnil sieclflcatlons on file In the office of tho Auditor of Floyd County. Iowa, subject only to such channen and altcr.iUons as may he made as provided by law. Scaled bids, specifying the portion of the work upon which the bid is made, wilt be received on the entire work and In sections and divisions thereof nt the office of the Auditor of Floyd County, Iowa, u n t i l the hour of 10:00 a. in. on the d n y of IcltliiK herelnabove specified. Any bid filed a f t e r the time stated will be r e t u r n e d unopened. Each bfd must he accompanied by a cash deposit or a check on and certified by n solvent Iowa bank, payable to the Auditor of Floyd County, Iowa, or his order, at his office. In a sum ccjunl lo 10% of the a m o u n t hid, but not to exceed ten thousand dollars. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any and all bids and re- Â·ulvcrtlse the letting of the work. Bidders must satisfy themselves by a personal examination and Inspection as to he location, character and extent of the work. The party lo whom any contract Is foclnR awarded will be required to a t t e n d at the office of the Auditor of Floyd County, [owa, within five days a f t e r such a w a r d , ind execute a contract, thereby n R r e e l n u to all provisions, t e r m s nml conditions thereof, and shall flic with t h n said A u d i - tor a bond subject to his approval for a sum crjnnl lo tho a m n u n l of the bid, such bond to bo procured from a resident aacnt, and in case the parly to whom any work is awarded falls to enter Into such contract and lo furnish such p e r f o r m a n c e bond within f i v e days as herein provided, the deposit of such party shall thereupon become forfeited lo the D r n l n a f j c District, together w i t h all rights under such nword. A plan deposit of ten d o l l a r s will he charged and sold deposll will he returned to each hona fide htdder upon return of the plans and/or specifications In Rood condJ lion nnd within a reasonable time. BY ORDER OF THE H O A F t n OF SUPERVISORS OF FLOVn COUNTY. IOWA Dated nt Charles City. Iowa, this 13th day of August. 3952. HAROLD I,. FRIF.ORICH. Auditor Floyd County, Iowa NOTICE OF A P P O I N T M E N T OF A D M I N I S T R A T O R STATR Of" IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 7D35. Notice is hereby Klvcn. that the undersigned has been duly appointed and q u a l i - fied as A d m i n i s t r a t o r of the estate of H a n - lah U r l a u h , Deceased, Inle of Cerrn Cnrdo County. All persons indebted to said eslnte ire requested to. make Immediate payment: and those havlns claims against tho same will present t h e m , duly a u t h e n t i - cated, lo the undersigned for allowance, and flic In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. LESLIE L. ROOMHOWER LESLIE L. HOOMHOWER, Attorney Dated Aiutuct 16, 101)2. S. H. MacPEAIC, Clerk District Court ny JEAN no)IDE. Deputy Carl Bates Rites Held at Chapel Funeral services Tor Carl Joseph Bates, 70, who died Sunday following an illness, were held Tuesday afternoon at the McAtilcy and Son Chapel with the Rev. Roger Rus sell, associate pastor ot the First Methodist Church/officiating. Mrs. Roscoe E. Pallon played ob- sequial music on the organ. Mrs. George Mcndon, Mrs. Morris Ulslad and Mrs. Jay Ttibbcsing were in charge oÂ£ flowers. Attending the services from out of the city were Mrs. Leslie Elliott, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Edward Kerns, Dearborn, Mich., and Joseph and Vit"Dates, Detroit. Pallbearers were George Mcn- don, Morris Ulstad, Howard Po- shusta, Wallace Roth, Donald Walske and Jack Poshusta. Interment was at Memorial Park Cemetery. The McAuley and Son Funeral Home was in charge. Freddie O'Harrow ... .Cartorsville Elevator Company 36'A toardelle Luick Rath Packing Company, Waterloo 34Vj Robert Evans Wilson Packing Company, Albert UÂ«a... 34'A Roger Crawford Lyle Pringle 32 Allan DeWitt .Jacob E. Dacker Sons 34V4 Larrie Hindman Lyle Prlngle 32 Knye, Curran S. L. Armstrong, Vance Music 36'/i James McLaughlin Farmers Mutual Insurance 35 Vance Hakes John Schaffner 32'A Bob Zweck .Rath Packing Company 32 Lloyd Ginapp Globo-Gaiette 33 Ronald Rice H. and S. Motor, Clear Lake 35*/2 Jim Coyle Lyle Pringlo 32% Archie Walermiller ...Clear Lake Bank and Trust Co. 33 Rickey Lundt Rath Packing Company 36 Roger Obrechr Rath Packing Company 34Va Allan Dean Clear Lake Auction Company 3S'/3 Donald Zweck Rath Packing Company 32'A Luwarran Luick Jacob E. Decker Sons Robert DeWitt .. ...... Clear Lake Shipping Association ....... 30Vi Ronald Neuhrlng ...... Wilson and Company .........;.. ..''.. ....31% David Humphrey ...... Jacob E. Decker Sons ......... ....... 32Vz Larrle Hindman ...... Lyle Pringle Mary Pedelty ........ .First National Bank Jack Zweck ........... Rath Packing Company 32% ............. 32A Joe Barr ....Lyle Prins'o Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· . ( ............32'A Billy Cooling Rath Packing Company 34 Richard Howard ......Wilson and Company .................... 32 Robert Seiberling Farmers Elevator, Mason City ......... 31'A Don Kramer Mason City Auction Company 31 Charles Coyl* .........Rath Packing Company .....,.:., 31Vk J i m Coyle . . . . . . . . . . . . R a t h Packing Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 33. 34'A 34'/i ..Jacob E. Decker Sons 34 .Lyle Pringle 32Yi Calvin Rice Johnson and Son Calvin Rice Calvin Rice Marilynne Ginther ....Jacob E. Decker Sons Market Lamb Sale Jorry Hepperly ...Clear Lake Auction ... Delbert Juhl Wilson Packing Company , Wayne Zook Jacob E. Decker Sons ., Bob Pruin ., ...Jacob E. Decker Sons .. Dale Ouverson .Jacob E. Decker Sons . Norman Staudt .1 .Wilson Packing Company Howard Shanks Jacob E. Decker ' Sons . Barbara Graham Farmers Elevator, Mason City 36'A Merle Harris ....Clear Lake Auction Company 35 UV4 28Vi 28V* 27 23Y4 23V* 29 Michael Shanks ........ Jacob E.- Decker Sons ....... , Dale Ouverson ........ Jac6b x E. Decker Sons ................ 22 ...Clear Lake Auction Company ....... ... 34Vz ...Gildner Brothers ... ..................... 35 .Gibbs-Cook Tractor Company .Clear Lake Bank and Trust .Clear Lake Auction ....... .Mason City Auction Company .State Brand Creameries . R a t h Packing Company .Rath Packing Company 35 34 34 1 /! 34Va 34 35 32'/j Mrs. E. E. Studyvin Rites to Be Held at Winnipeg Thursday Funeral services for Mrs. E. E. Studyvin, 75, Clear Lake, who died Sunday will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Park View United Church in St. James, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Interment will be at the St. James Cemetery. The body was taken Troni the McAuley and Son Chapel to Winnipeg Tuesday. The McAuley and Son Funeral Home was in charge. Vern Gobeli ..... Arlen Long ...... Nancy Graham .. Leland Pederson Gary Frahm .... David Toft Lloyd Ginapp Robert Younge .. Rickey Lundt ... Lloyd Witte Rockwell CrediMJnion 33 Roger Ames Farmers Elevator, Mason City 35 David Tesene Mason City Auction Company 34'/i Phillip Stevens Globe-Gazette 32 Keith Markwardt- Lyle Pringle ..........34 Barbara Knoll Rath Packing Company 33Vt Jack Everhart ...Wilson and Company 34'A Bill Ames .....Johnson and Son 34Vi Ronald Rice . . . R a t h Packing Company 34'A Joel Punke Clear Lake Reporter and Mirror....... 36'A Eunice Ermer Rockwell Telephone Company 35'A Merlyn Olson .....Rath Packing Company 33Va Paul Gilpin Mason City Auction Company 33% Pauline Kramer Lylo Pringle 30'A Billy Graham .... .Stoyle's Press 33'/z John Lage . . . . . J a c o b E. Decker Sons 34'/2 Jeromo Barr Lyle Pringlo 31 Vi Richard Nuohring ....Farmers Elevator, Mason City 35Vi Jim Quinlan ....Farmers Co-op Society, Thornton ..... 33'A Gordon Eno .....Jacob E. Decker Sons Jerome Borr Rath Packing Company Market Pig Sale Dean Meindert Johnson and Son Jimmy Nelson , Johnson and Son D. J. Knoll ,. ....Johnson and Son Gerald Knoll Johnson and Son Sever M. Poderson Jr.. .Jacob E. Decker Sons Delbert Juhl Jacob E. Decker Sons Donald Koeblder Jacob E. Decker Sons Philip Stevens Jacob E. Decker Sons Lyle DeGraw Jacob E. Decker Sons Roger Dyre Jacob E. Decker Sons Roger Dyre '....Jacob E. Decker Sons Carroll Morris Jacob E. Decker Sons Duane Walls Jacob E. Docker Sons David Punk* Jacob E. Decker Sons John Fro mm Jacob E. Decker Sons Stanley Abramson ....Jacob E. Decker Sons 14'A 24V* , 24'A 24V* 23V4 24 A 24V4 24V4 23/4 23V4 24'A ''24V* :23'/4 ' 24V4 ' 24V* 24'A Gtenn Erlckson Jr Jacob E. Wayne Zook Jacob E. Decker Sons 24'A Decker Sons .....24'A Decorah Schools Will Open Sept. 2 DECOUAH--The Decorah public school will open its 74th year Tuesday, Sept. 2, according to Supt. Walter Hetzol. This year a record enrollment of more than 500 students is expected at the High School. A large enrollment is also expected for some of the grades. Registration for high school students will be held Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 20 and 21, with Jeffry Peterson, principal, in charge. On Tuesday, Aug. 26, new grade school students are to register with Calvin Eland, new grade school principal. 34'A 33 Jack Zweck Johnson and Son 32 3 A Gordon Eno Clear Lake Auction Company 35 Roger Johnson .... Wilson and Company 33 3 A Lloyd Ginapp Rath Packing Company 32 Bill Ames Wilson and Company 33 Roger Ames Rath Packing Company 33'/a Carolyn Sutton Irvin Tietjens, Route No. 4 32'A Gary Ginther ...Rath Packing Company 33 Jerry Barragy Reliable Implement Co., Rockwell 34Vi Dean Meinders B-Line Service 33'A Robert Seiberling Wilson and Company 32'/j Lowell Seiberling Jacob E. Decker Sons 33'/2 32 37'A Phillip Stevens Rath Packing Company Billy Green Watkins Locker at United Financial Service Monthly or Farm 'Plan Payment* Ph. 57 15 ! /2 No. Fed. OvÂ«r Ford Hopkins N O T I C E OF A P P O I N T M K S T OP ATWIMSTUATOR STATB OF IOWA, Ccrro Gonlo County, ff. No. 7933. Notice la hereby Riven, Hint the undor- tfneil has been rltily appointed and qualified a* A d m i n i s t r a t o r of the gstatc of Harold A. Kcldle, Deceased, late nt Ccrro Gordo County. All person.! Indebted to ii estate arc requested to make Immediate p a y m e n t ; nnd thoic having clalmr ajfai (he same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and flic In the office of the Clerk ul the District Court. GLENN I,. KEIDLB M. i.. Mason Â· Wllllnm Pappas, Attorney Dated August 16, 1952. S. H. M a c P E A K , Clerk OlRlrlct Court By J E A N ROtlDE. Deputy PHILR.SHEIMO AUCTIONEER PHONE 649 FERTILE, IOWA Septic Tank and Cesspool Cleaner 5 Pound Can . Eliminates Pumping Eliminatet Digging 1.85 20 E. State Phon. 17 GALVANIZED Corrugated Roofing Wo have a good assortment of lengths of Galvanized Corrugated Roofing now and would suggest that you buy what you expect to need this fall while these lengths arc available. They may be scarce later in the year. L. A. MOORE LUMBER CO. PHONE 119 629 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. STOP CRABGRASS BEFORE IT RUINS YOUR LAWN It's easy with S c o f f s cm ff-Crab grass Powder Another town Cora product by Ilia maktri ot Scoffi Just scatter SCUTA over the lawn with a Scotts Spreader. The clean grgnular particles knock out Crabgrasi - leave good grasses unharmed. Three or four SCUTl-ingj. ot weekly intervals save your fawn from demon Crabgrasi. Prices per single Ireotmentt 400 iq ft- - 79c 1250 sq ft - $1.95 5500 tq (t - $5.85 SPH ADfR5 nraVe play of lawn weeding, feeding or (Ceding. Sturdy slcil wniUiKtion, rubber-lired - 47.35, $12,10 and JI9.50 20 East Stcrto Phone 17 Livestock AUCTION THURSDAY, AUG. 21 / GARNER, IOWA (Salo Starts at 1:00 P. M.) Early listings Include the following tot:: 200 good quality Montana Hereford yearling steers, wt. 550 to 700 Ibs. 42 choice quality acclimated Canadian Angus yearling steers, wt. 600 Ibs. 20 good to choice Hereford steer calves, v/t. 350 Ibs. 40 good to choice Hereford heifer calves, v/t. 350 to 450 Ibs. 200 good N. Dakota Shorthorn and W. F. steers, wt. Â£1)0 to 900 Ibs. 150 head or more of native and acclimated Western steers and heifers of all weights, breeds and classes. Usual good receipts of springing cows and springing heifers, breeding bulls, veal calves, fleshy steers and heifers, butchtr stock, etc. Above lots of Western cattle will be sorted uniform for size, and quality and sold in lots to suit the purchaser. These are all strictly fresh range cattle, so if you need good-doing stocktrs or feeders be at Garner this Thursday. Don't hesitate to send any class of livestock you have to sell to Garner--plenty of good pen room is available and plenty of. buyers are here to guarantee you full market value for your consignment. ; HOGS: We can sell those boars, wet sows or any hogs to go to market that you send in. LEW HANSEN, Nevada, and E. D. "RED" BUNTENBACH, AUCTIONEERS ED C. BUNTENBACH, Opr. GARNER SALES CO.