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Howard County PMA Committee Members Named CRESCO--Richard \V. Grcenleaf, Chester, was re-elected chairman of the Howard County PMA at a meeting or the county's voting delegates. Re-elected vice chairman was Rudolph Bueckmami; Saralo-! ga. Other re-elections included' Charles T. Bigalk, Cresco, third member; Harry T. Nath. Lime Sprnigs, first alternate, and Edward Frank, Elina, second alternate. Voting delegates include Charles Lubberl, Afton Township; Wiltard J. Peterson, Albion Township; Dennis C. Granahan, Chester Township; Omer T. ' Gasser. For- est Cily; Adolph C. Chihak. Howward; Gus Klckm'ann,' Howard Center; M a t h i a s Matzen, Jamestown; James J. Berka, New Oregon; Casper N. Wolthoff, Oak Dale; Edward Frank, Paris; Harry t, Nath, Saratoga; ttoy W. Frank, Vernon Springs. The average American drinks about a half gallon of water each day. v '. Unimproved 80 Acre Farm Selling at Public Auction SATURDAY, AUGUST 23RD AT £:30 P.M. L O C A T E D 11 M I L E S NORTH OF MASON C I T Y , I O W A ON P A V E M E N T NO. 65 THE L A N D : 80 Acres of h i g h l y productive soil of which 68 acres can be put into crop and r o t a t e d as desired. Entire f a r m now in l e g u m e seeding. Large Corn Crib with storage for 1,800 bu. corn and overhead g r a i n storage for 800 bu. g r a i n . O W N E R ' S STATEMENT: As I no longer have need or use for this f a r m , I am selling it to the highest bidder. It is a most desirable f a r m , being located by a paved highway and close to good markets and towns. Therefore, it offers much to the person who wishes to own an 80 a c r e f a r m . We u r g e you to inspect it a n y t i m e and then be sure to attend the sale. 55 F R E E P R I Z E given person who guesses nearest the selling price. T E R M S : $2,000 down day of sale. B a l a n c e in 30 days when good m a r k e t a b l e deed and a b s t r a c t w i l l fae f u r n i s h e d . Possession in 30 d a y s . WILLIAM BOOMHOWER, Owner JOE REISCH CO., AUCTIONEERS MASON CITY, IOWA 214.South Federal ALL LEAN, FRENCHED Pork Minute Steaks . . . . DECKER'S I O W A N A Wieners.. Ib. Veal Patties.. Ib. 49c ALL LEAN Center Cuts Pork Chops.. DECKER'S SMOKED Pork Sausage, Ib. 45c 29c LEAN, TENDER Mutton Chops, Roast MEATY Neck Banes... Ib. 15c LEAN Side Pork Ib. L E A N , S H O U L D E R Pork Steak... Ib. 45c HOME DRESSED ring Fries.. Ib. 42c C H O I C E BEEF Short Ribs 8 Pork Hocks. Nome Winners dt Horse Show Held in Connection With Franklin Fair HAMPTON --Winners i n t h e liorse show at the Franklin County Fair were as follows: O p e n fine harness -- Air Line Hostess, ownQtl by Cleo Cahill, Waterloo, first; Senator, owned by Ann Simonson, Waterloo, second; Black Dignity, owned by Central Hoofing Company, Cedar Rapids, third. Local children's ponies under 50 inches--Thunder, owned by Gordon Fritz, Ackley, f i r s t ; Tony, owned by John Eitlc, Geneva, second; Sally, owned by Fay Colglazier, Lati mcr, third. Three Gaiters Win Three · gailccl stake -- M r . 13., owned by Hubbard and Simonsen, 'Waterloo, first; Dark Contender, jownecl by Ilubhard nnd Simonsen, second; Stormy Weather, owned by Distant View Stables, Cedar Rapids, third. | Ponies under 58 inches--Kandy Kill, owned by Paul I). Porter, Cedar Falls, first; Lucifer's Fancy Fashions, owned liy Nan Norton, Marshalltown, second; C o l o n e l Beau, owned by Marilyn Bowman, lird. . English Pleasure--Ike's Delight, wncd by Patricia Peters, Mason. Jity, f i r s t ; Tony, ownctl by Rusell Harding, Marshalltown, scc- nd; Dr. Malone, owned by W n r y - clle Jackson, Mason City, third. Harness show ponies -- Dainty )oll, owned by Harris Stables, Al- oona, first; .LiUlc M a n , owned by Midwest Livestock Ib,. Trend OoiHl Butchers -- I.VI-ISO llis. 160-17(1 lb« 170-180 Ib* 1BO-190 190-200 iOO-210 il 0-220 230-230 J 30-211) 240-230 -15U-260 2GO-27U 270-280 J6Q-2SO 290-SOO 30C-310 310-320 320-330 33tl-.HO 340-350 ( T I H I R S U A V ' S Albert l.ea, M l u n . iSo-SOo lower $17.50 J19.75 T K I O K S l A u s t i n . Minn. 25e-75o luwur $19.25 lls 521,00 lh« JS1.SS Ibs 121.JS Ibs 121.2,1 Ibs «1.2J Ibs, $21.0(1 II)* $20.71 Ibs S20.W lls. ,.'..., «O.M lti. , . , . , , . , , , , )20,00 lb» $10,75 llw $19,50 Ibs J19.M Mis , $19.0« Ibs S18.75 Ib tlB.50 350-SSO llis $18.00 Rood P n c k l n u Sows · 270-300 Ibs , $19.00 300-350 Ihs $18 W ano-nco ibs jin.ixi 300-400 Ibs $17.50 ·100-4,10 Ibk $17.00 450-500 11) $10.50 500.5.SO |ls 415.75 $20.50 $21.00 $21.50 $21.50 *2 1,5(1 $21,511 521.25 J21.0II J20.75 sao.sn J20.·J^ $20.00 $19.75 $19.51) $19.25 $19.01) $18.75. SIB, 50 S I H . 7 5 \\ulcrloo 25C-75L- lowtr $18,25 HUM $20.15 . $20.75 $21.15 531. J,S $21,35 $11. 'W 121. On $20.75 S20.5D $20,25 $20.00 $li),7* $19.50 $19.25 419.W1 $18,75 $in.511 $18.25 $ie,on $18.50 Cedar liaplrla 25c-7Sc luwor (18. SO S17.M J l l i 00 51J.75 $13.00 $20.25 $21.00 $21,15 $21.25 $21.25 $21.25 $21.00 520.73 $20.50 $20.25 $20.00 $10.50 $19.00 $19.00 $19.00 SIB. SO $ia.50 $18.50 $19.00 $18.50 $18.00 $17,25 sin. so J 1 5 . 7 3 $15.00 SLICED Pork Liver... Ib. 29c PORK -- BEEF FRESH GROUND Beef HOME DRESSED Roasting Hens, Ib. 35c nspection your protection The wide assortment, of delicious DECKER IOWANA COLD CUTS and LOAVES makes it easy to please every member of your family . . . suit, every occasion. Try some today! Enjoy them often for quick, easy summer luncheons and picnics, tasty l u n c h - b o x sandwiches, buffets and hoi meals, all year 'round. D E C K E R IOWANA PORK FEET For Dutch lunches and snacks IOWANA BRAND D E C K E R IOWANA C A N N E D HAM It's ready to terve -hot OT cold lauricc Eilel, Geneva, first; Bess, wnecl by Louis Burmestcr, I l a m p on, second; Lady Luck, owned by Jarlen Harper, Jlansell, third. Walking Horses Win Walking Horses -- Blue E a g l e , Disant View Stables, Cedar Rapids, irsl; Eagle's Blue Shadow, owned y I) wight Hcltibride, Grundy Cener, second; Kar-Allcn Stardust, wnecl by Lee Obcrlc, Jancsville, bird. Hackney Pony, single hitch-- Lu- ifer's Student Prince, owned by 0. K. Pigeno, Waterloo, first; Lu- ifcr Topper, owned by Dr. Allen R. Raim, O t l u m w a , second; Mona isa, owned by Paul D. Porter, Cc- lar Falls, third. Five gaitecl stake-- Only entry, on Hock Fusillade, owned by C W. Thompson, Cedar Falls, first. Hog Prices Have Slump CHICAGO Ui-- Hogs lost 25 !o SO cents Thursday as the country moved in an excess supply. All comers wcro cleared on the 'decline, however. Grains Have Active Buying CHICAGO U I - B u y i n g which started in soybeans sprentl lo olh er set-lions of the Brain market to ward the close Thursday, putting some life into \vhnt had been n wore mostly steady but ranged from as much as 25 and 50 cents lower on cows and good grade steers lo 25 cents higher on bulls.''Lower bids retarded trading in sheep. ( U S I ) A HOBS: !),000. Very .sliny anil uneven, u e n u r n l l y 25-50 t'ciils I n w a r on billed- aul B. Porter nd; King Iprsburgh, DCS Moincs, third. Local Pleasure -- liabe; owned Cedar Falls, sec- owned by Jim by urs: must decline on weights over Ulfl Ib.i n n r r o w demand lor few loads over 2UO Ib.i thesis mure t l m n 50 cents lower; 50 cunts lower; most choice HUM'S son- 260 Ib, biitclicrs $21.75-22: with 122 Hop. ulnr pilca on choice 210-250 Ib.: iop $22.15 for loiul rliulca 220 Ib. w u l g h l l ; 270-2IIII Hi. $20.7S-2|.7S: sovernl lonils choice 3(10-510 In tieuvlus $19-20: nvoiit 170-1DO Ib. light* $20. very dead trade. Wheat closed Vi lower to 7 /ij higher, September $2,3i-$2.3i',fi, eorn higher, September $1.73%-%, higher, Sep- A hlghor, soybeans l to U'i4 higher, September ?3,22- and Inrd 2 to 5 cents a hundred pounds higher, Soplcm- bor $10,80. 350 Jin-20.25; 21.75: choice sown under lew lots undt!!' 300 Ib. ns hlcli H H $20,75: 3.10-400 II,. S 1 7 - I B . 2 S 1 u p 111. J l f - t 7 : law lo COO Ib. ns low ns SIS; odd heavier filHlils helow; good clonrance. Cattle: 2,000. Cnlves: 400. Must clnssp* slow; -slocrs Hiolco nnd hotter niul kiiuls grniltiiK coiniDvrclal nnil below ntioiit steady; uood Ki-adcs dull,weak lo 25 cents 'owcri heUcrc nvcrnKv-cholcc and below xcnk, best bolters prncllcnlly nbsoiil; cows stcndy to SO cciiln lower: tiulls active. .ili-onii (a 25 cents lilelior; other oln xluiidy; few htftli-cliolcc to low-prtme 900 Ibs. yenrllnit Mccu S34..10: lew lond« and lots fioml lo low-prime sleu(-a nnd ycnr- l l i i B " $2H-:H: H p r l n k l l n c u t i l i t y sicm-n down lo «2: 'stood la low-nrlmo liolfcrs $28-53.301 u t i l i t y and u o u i n i e r e i n l cows $in.75-23; inosl iMinners snil cutters JIIMH.SO; iillt- Uy and com me rein I bulls $23-2!,50; good Heavy and inctlluin welslil f n l bulln $24.5025: ers S26-ttn. commercial lo low-nrlniu veal Sheep: 2,00. Not onoiiKh done on slaiiKh- ler Inmtjs lo make a miu-kul; lilildlnK wnnk to 50 cents lower; smnll pncknvn c)io!c« lo in-line native. spvlitKen nhoiil ntendy at $.10,5(1 ImC ijenernlly bidding J30 down: aotd; CWOH oats unchanged to tember 83-83Vb, rye September $2.05 V4-W, · I H t m s D A V ' S cnicAtio t.fi-- O K A 1 N C L O S E w His.vi 1 -- S«pl Uer. Mcir.' .Miiy July COIIN-- Scjil Dec M n r . Miiy OATS-Sept Dee Mnr M n y rtvu-- Sepi Doc May Open 52.31 Low $2. noli 2,3714 2..12H ·Haw Closn 1.7!) 1.7'lVi 1.771k .112'K .H7 .1)3 M I, no i.vsv^i I.7IIW .117 W S O Y D E A N S -- Sepl. Nov. Jnn. Mar. Mny 2.0BV* 2.011 2.09V4 a, 10 no K h o r n lambs about steady ni or y e n r l l n R s »7.25.1).50. *Sons of Lakota Couple Enroute From Overseas LAKOTA--AT r. and Mrs. 1. E. Wortman left Sunday-for New York Itj r . Enroute they \vill visit Niagara Falls, eastern points in Cana d a - and historical places in the New England States. On Aug. 27 they will be at the the ship docks bringing K S T I . M A T K l ) UVHSTOCK KKC'EII'Tft (Thiirnil!i}--» M « r k i : l ) CHICAGO tfr--USDA--KiiUinnied isnl- ahle Ilvr-Nlock receipts fin- Friday: 5.000 hogs, 1,000 entile ;ind 1.000 sheep. Local Livestock HOGS - . MASON CITY--for Thursday Good Unlit l l R l i U IGO-17I) $111 50 Clood Iltfhl lights 170-lnO S19.WI Good HK!U llKliis , llin-IW) S20.SO G o n d . l l R h t I l K h l E !90-200 521 0(1 Sept. Oct. Nov. Doe. Jan. Mnr. M n y 111,79 1 1 .(1.1 1 1 . 1 7 .12.10 1 2 . 1 9 12. SO 10.00 1 1 . 1 7 11.32 12.2!) ! 2 . i A 32. 50 1.73% 1.771k .fiili, · UO'A 2.03 W 2,0(1 2,07 U 3. I B 3.07',4 3. Oil a.oii 3.08 10.72 11,02 H.17 2.41H 1.70W 1,7.1 S.78« 1.7011. .II7VV .Mil .H'JTi UNLESS special classified- tion of ad is requested, customers m u s t accept classification of advertis- fng department of this paper. . Deaih Noticei HULL. Mrs. Annie. 85, ot 410 W. SUle, tiled al a Mnion City nurn- fiilf liomii Wodnu,»daj', following an tll- no.i. Flint-mi services will tie held nt 9 p,'n. l-'rlilay at Ihc P.iltorson-Jnincs M.i.ion .'l(y Cti.tiwl, with the Hov. A l - len T l n k l i a m . Interim pntlor ot the t-'lrjt ConurcKAlfonal Church, officiating. Interment will be nt Kim- w o ii A Comutory. Tho Patterson- James Mineral Home \ In charKe. Notice* 1 Phone 341 for SNELL'S Ambulance Service Any lime--Anywhere ID ay or Night j n M e mo r i o m A2 I N l.OVINO memory of mother «nd K i n ml mot her, Mrs. Mike Haabcnff, w h o p.istuil invtiy 5 yea i s ngn, All- Jiinl 21sti Wo nru and \vllhln our lucinory. Lonely Are our liuurU toilny; For l)iu onu we hived «n d o u r l y ll.ii (oiever liecn culled away. We Ililnk of hur In ullcnre, No eye m n y »co IK wefp; Hut ninny illonl tears nrc thixl Wlioti utliftm arc nnle«;). Mr, nnil Mrs. Mllia Evimciff. Mr. anil M i s . l-'rnnk K i l v u h l n v y , Mr. nnd Mr*. Fnmk I ' u t t f n . M u r y Annn and Koy \tvanutt. Funerql Director« 3 MASON CITY MAJOR FUNDHAT. HOME. Plion* Sll. son anil St. N.B. "Major Service Meets Ynur Needs." . A1CAUL.EY ft SOU Kimorni Jlomo. A Dlsllnmiljtieil, D i g n i f i e d Funeral Sorvlco. II 8. Adnnn. Ph. 051. I'ATTEllSON - JAMES Thtf' funeral JlQinu Known for Service, DM North Wnnhlntfton. Phono 1140, COLONIAL FUNERAL' HOMW. "The Homo nt Thoughtful Service." 120 3rd St. N,B. , PUimn 1S08. " CLEAH L A K E " WAIU3 :rUNEHAL HOMB. Clenr Lnko. Anihulimcfi Service, Day Phono a. Nlnlit Plione 7. 2.08 2,09 .1.22 .1,1 OV4 12.12 11.42 I2.CO lo.«o 11.07 11.17 12.07 12.12 32.42 pier when their sons "ZnocJ m n i l l u m f»ool m e d i u m -lonj m r d j n m »ond i n u d i u m 3ood m e d i u m Good m e d i u m Jood nitMllimi Hood mm John Don and the he has speaking engage- in 16 towns in Iowa. After atter's wife home from Euro|e. John went lo Europe in J u n e , 1051, and has been studying at the University ot ;!oetlcnberg, Germany. Me went there on a Rotary International scholarship. Upon his return ments those engagements be expects to enter Columbia University lo begin work on his masters degree in international relationships. JUr. and Mrs. Don Wortman sailed for Europe in June this year and were in England several weeks. Don, through the courtesy of a professor from Macalastcr College of St. P a u l , was privileged to hear Anthony Eden, Winston Churchill and others. They visited Scotland, France and Switzerland, then mcl J o h n and together are touring Austria and Jlaly. Mrs. Don W o r t m a n will teach al Longfellow Grade School, Minneapolis, and Don will wrilc his thesi.s for a In a sic rs degree in business a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . While Ihc Wortmans arc in New York City they will slay at Paul Ukcnas, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. L'ketin of Lakola, and a nephew of I. E. Worlmnn. wolijhtH am-32] sin.M m e d i u m n'clltht.l MO-3.1D $111.00 jood medium w c l K h t n HM-SIO J1H.VS (ioml medium wotK/ils U'lO-rwO SID.fiO otd m i ' d l u m ivduhln ,'130-nGil Sin.2.1 ond MUVK 270-DOO SlB.2r snw.s 300-330 JI8.7!) sows MO-3fiO S18.2S .1f!0-400 S 17.7.1 IO(M!n SI7.00 430-500 Slfi,2.1 Nn hojjs received aficr 5 p. in.--Jacob 15. decker Son/;. CATTI.n MASON CITS'--for Thursilny Prime steers nnd hcltcr* I32.n0-34.00 Jood «o\v« lood sows Good sows Choleu alcerK nnd heifers Good slct-rs nniJ Commercial steern nnd liolfcrj J23.0fl-2(i.OO Jtlllty Atecrs and hcifcra Hold Festival on Luther Day at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS -- .Speaker nt Ihc afternoon service of the 21st. ;m- nu.i! Luther. Day festival at I h e cissembly g r o u n d s here Sunday will be the Hcv. W a l t e r I f . Di.sher, pas tor of St. .John's Lutheran Church at C f a r i n d a . Mr. Dishcr has been pastor of churches al WhiUemoro, M a r s h a l l town, and Farminjiilon, 111. Tic began his work as pastor of t h e C l a r i n d a c h u r c h in 1955. In he was elected second vice prcs- .ifk'fil. of (he Iowa district west oJ ' t h r L u t h e r a n Church, Missouri Synod. j The Hev. George Perlich, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church at jSt.'ile Center, will assist at t h e service. Services will be at 10:30 a . m . and 2:30 p.m. The Hcv, Robert. (',. wnlglils \vclKlit.t 2011-220 J21.25 120-2:10 $2 1 . 2.1 MO-2'IO $21.25 J20.7, r 200-271] JZO.W) 270-280 S20.2.". 2110-200 $20.00 2(10.300 $10.7,1 300-310 $1(1.50 Mason City Groin Al 1:00 p. m. Thursday Oats, No. 2 ......... ........... 7Dc Corn, cash . ........ . ........ $1.58 new del. Dec. 15 ...... $1.45 Soyhcans, new, hy Nov. 15 . . $2.82 : ClllC/'At.1O CASH ' 1KAIN' : ll'hnrsil«jr f ii Mai-lint) CIHC'ACiO l/f-- Cmli wlldnli No. a veil $2.Z9«-a,.10i Nil. 1 ll.-inl »2,32Wi No. .1 hnnl )2.30}i; Nil. I mixed J2.31W. Corn: No; 2 . f a l l o w tlMW-lMiAi No. n. $i.i«V4; No. 4. $i.7^'/«-i.noi(: NO, MI, B.implis jtrudo ll.44M-l.7S, I honvy whllt BO'/ic: No. 3, $M.OO-a2.50 S2ii.on-3o.ao .. 120.0)1-22.00 fiood tfowa ...... $23.00-2,1.00 Commurcln) cows $18.00-22.00 Jtlllly cttws S(S.OO-lfl,()0 Cnnncrs and cultcrs $15.1)0-17.00 Uulls $I9.00-ZG.OO tlAl.A'ES MASON CITY--for Tliursdny 2n.oa.ao.oo .iliod $24.(10-28.00 Cnmiucrcinl ?21.1)0-21!.DO U t l l l H e s $10.00-20.00 Culls $10.00-10.00 I , A MI1S Choice S25.00-2G.OO fJnod $21.00-2:).50 Utllitlos S1B.50-21.00 Culls JH.OO-IH.OO Clood to choice cwcs S 5.50- 7.00 Utility cwcs S4.W1-S.OO Cull owes * 3.00- 4.00 /U,"nMI. KKVKIV'TS I I I i n r » c U 7 ' » M a r k e t ) KS M O I N K K . U t - A r t u n l receipts Weil- h d n y ;il I n w n ;intl Southern Mlnnea p a c k i n g p l n n t s nntl important c o n c o n t r n .Eon y n r t l ^ nn^t h u y i n ^ btntlonK 10,OOQ; cnli- niiitinl r c t n l p t s Thiirmlny 33.000; week n«o 11,0(1(1; y « a r ;i|fo 31. SW. Modorntuly nc- K lo «low, F^rices for »^ - elKhts under 200 . 2't to 75 rents lower, Jlutcherii over 200 tbn. (inl HOWH fitciidy to 50 cent* luwcr ;ind ;nislly 2,*» cbnift or n i f i r e Inwer. harrows ;in! K l l t » . i:holcn: 110-IBO II)*., S 1 R . 2 3 - 2 I ; II)0-20J Ibs.. $20.25-21.75; 200 220 Ib.i., S21.2, 1 i-21.85; 220-2-10 JJ)*., $21.23 2 1 . H r ; 210-270 l l i » . . $20.90-21.60; 27(1-300 11m., .73-2(I.R5: 300-330 !!)»., $ I Q . 2 0 . I O ; :i30-'. I h J . . S I B 23-1 U.25. Sown: 270-300 llu., t (^l: 300-330 I h s . , $IB.rifl. 19.10; .I.IO-MO ll J I 8 - I 8 . W J ; .'IBO-IOO I l M , . $17.2.'i-!B. 10: -IDO-ISO l h . t . , SlB.50-I7.nO ; I.'.O-SM I I ) * . . $ 1 5 1 7 . 1 0 . Mason Cify Produce I Q l l o t a t i n r n hy F.. O. Mont) At 10:30 a. m. T h u r s d a y Eggs, No. 1 ..... ............. r l c BBBS , No. 2 .................. 4 1 c No. .'i 5 ll.s. and over Eggs, Hens, f f c i i s under 5 lij.s. Old cocks, heavy breeds ...... 12c Leghorn cocks ................ lOc 35c I8c ,. 15c i c n v y Nti. whlto llnrlcy noinln.il: M n l l l n g t l . 3 5 - l . n l : feed $1.10-1.20. Soybeans: None. Stock Market Very Quiet NEW YORK Mi--The stock market closed with a mixed price pattern in extremely quiet tradfng Thursday. Most changes amounted to a small fraction either way, but there were some gains going lo around a point. Volume came lo Ihc low esli- male of 850,000 shares, one of Ihc smallest 'this year. Wednesday's total was 9(!0,000 shares. New York Stocks By The AisociaUd Pr«$s (Final Quotations Thursday) C l l I C . ' A ( r l ) I'OTATOKS I I t n i r M l . i j'» M a r V r l ! . I f l C A f l f J W - I U S I 1 A I - I ' o t a l O O l : 120. nn ir.ick 22!): lot;il U . S . to Arrl- S l l l p - (fliis'lilly w r n k i r r . C,ilifr)rnl:i . hiitiprs Sli.lli; lilnho-rr«- $.'i.7')-n.ir,; M l n n o n o l a W n r h f t s Dakota F ' n n t l a c H SC.05; Wash- It J575.5.M; Winconiiln Pon$-1 7Ti 5..SO, T r i u m p h types S4.SO.-5. m(*n(5 ^ M ; m a r k c t (lull I n n ^ w h i t e Kon JlmsoU 55.?.",; N n r t b POLIO S T R I K E S TOT K I E S T E R , M i n n . -- Kevin Dean, 27-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. I,an«e, pastor of Xion K v n n f i o l i c n l J E r v i n S. Tryttcn, was taken to Sis ( L u t h e r a n Church in SI. Lnjjis, Mo., lor Kenny I n s t i t u t e Wednesday v;ill speak at Ihc morning service, following a one-day illness which was diagnosed as polio. Kevin is a AlliedStrs 38 A m C a n 32 7 /H A m l l o m c P d Am Had .13 AmTclT 154% AmTob 5HVi AmWooJcn 27'U AnaconCop 1'i'/z A r m o u r !) r jM Atchison 90'/i K c a l F t f s 38** BendixAv S3 7 /« F5cthStI 50'/a BocingAirp .'if'/i Case.ll 2. r )'/H Chrysler7nj'ii ConEflis .15% Cornl'rod 08% CurtissWr '/» Deere .1.1 D u P o n i a n KlAuto -lO"/! GcnKlcc 02% GenF'oods MVi GenMot 5!)W Otioflrich liS'/i G o o d y e a r 4 3 U GlWcstSiig 17 :l /i nonieslakc .16 3 A IIK.'ont 73U I n t l l a r v 33V« InlTcITe) 17 s ,ii IntcrslPW 9 r !K la-IHGF, 20% ' K a n C P L 2f) Kcnnccoll 80 KrnsgeSS 35'/i MontWard U4% NashKclv 21 NalDairy 55W NalGyp.su m 20Vi NYCcnlrnl I9W Pa ram Pi ct Z.T/H PenneyJC (MV- I'aRr in% PC p.si Col a 9% PhilJipsPct yi¥\ IladioC'p Zfi'/i SafcwaySl 31',; ScarsTlocb rV,'i SinclnirOil W\ SoconyVnc 37 SouPa'c 84 StdBrands 20',-i StdOillnd 79Vi» KtdOilN.I 78-';H SLudcbakcr 37'/3 SwiflCo 32V. SylvElPd 35'A TcxasCo 55V4 UnPac 114 UnilAirLin 27Ti L'nitAirc Wk USGypsum 117 USRubbcr 24'i.i USSlcel 3D'iH WcstUnTel 43 WilsonCo 9% Woolworth 43'/'i GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. montl Walk and f a m i l y and Ar- Mr. Spil/bcrgen is Weak, m o u n t a i n - grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ous and more ilian h a l f covcrcdjCharison of Lake Mills, la., and with perpetual ice, says the Nn-JMr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Tryttcn of unn.'il Geographic Society. IKiesler. Walk's mother, Mrs. Anna Walk, drove to Fort DodtfC where they were mcl by Mrs. M a r k Durst and daughter Thaiya of Lake View. Hose Marie Walk accompanied her a u n t lo Lake View for a 10- day visit. Monuments, Etc. B-3 MASON CITV Monument Worlu. Homo owned nnd rellnble iluco KIM). See our Inriio display of (In- Ulicd nionuinenU In nil Kruultu, Inclvdliiit Monlollo. Mnrk every tttnve. Vfe deliver inywher*. ICO loiu st. s.w. PH. ana. Personals . I I O M I I wauled lor 12 yr, old boy ,- whlln iliolhor" \vorkii, l*ref«l- close l u V l l o l y fninlly. Wi'Uo A-1B, GlnUc- Onzolle, W A N T K D -- itlilu : lo U.A, Sept. 2tT. Hhnre cx|)i;i]«(:«, help drive. Flirn. i-eYii. Wrllo Box A-10, Qlulie-.qamlle^ ALli typeA of anlH onlckly' eliminated with tlie new )inln(-on Honch.Kllmz. ' ALL nit ulnuncrii nren't tll« name hnre'a Uio proper nnme, I'Un Foam. UnnionV/ : · : Lost, Found l-OST-- ni-owii' billfold on Kcrf«ir»l, Ph. 0143-11. J» riiWnrO. Money to Loon MONEY TO PAY'BILLS Or For Other-Needs $25 lo $300 Convenient Monthly 'Payments Up to 20 Months allowed on Loans. Exempt from Gov't Regulations. Phone, Write or Come In OuL-ot-Town--loans also made State Finance Co. Over Hiifo'CloUilnif 201 Weir Illdii. Ktilrnnce « w. SUtn NEED A LOAN? $20 to $300 If you need money for any good purpose, apply at 7IFC for a loan on your salary, car or furniture without endorsers. A s k a b o u t o u r convenient monthly repayment plans. For prompt, friendly service phone or visit our office today. MONKY · W H E N YOU N12I-:i IT HOUSEHOLD Finance Corp. TVi Norlh Federal A v e n u e 2nd Floor Phone 1101 Costs $1.50 A.SIC MRS. S I M O N Also Larger Loans 321-322 First National Bldff. SECURITY LOAN CO. Phone 412 Quick Cash $20-SI 00-$250 OR MORE Courteous - Confidential Financial Service Phone 57 iSVi N. Federal OVER FOHD HOPKINS DRUG NEED CASH? Sec TOM MITCHELL NORTH IOWA FINANCE LOANS $20-$300 on Salary - Car - Furniture N. Federal Phone 3540 . Aug. 11, 1952 G l o k « - G » i « t l e M»IM CH/, Money to.Loon LOANS AT THRIFT. Money in ruin. luei. T'li. S16. 19V4 No.; F«d. over Woolworth'i. SEK the United Home Bank fc Trust - Co., for real eittle m o r t f t f t loin*. Seeds, Feeds 17 WANTED--100 ion b'altd 2nd crop al. f a l f a or clover. Letter Btjgrove. Clear Lake, Ii. TOR SALK--Old No, 2 »helled corn. J1.7S per limhel,· ·; Ph. M. Cleac l.nke Grain Co., Clear Lake. la. HEADQUARTERS FOR ' INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZER .;; "Satisfaction at Planting Time" ' Peterson Farm Store Phono. 26fi Clear Lake Opportunities 18 For Lease i New Shell Station. 2 bays all now super station. Excellent location on 2 U.S. highways In Garner. Call Midland Oil.0] Ph. 107 before 5:00 or 4702-W after 5:00. J · - ; S' OWN and Operate « ifoofl clean buil. nois rlalil here In A!»«on Clly. ««1i. Inif Wrlgloy Cmna »ni) Ufe Sjfv ura. It Jntercitcd call 8781-W after « ii.m, . . . . ..* - TAVERN ;PC3OL:i llnva 'Jt In.thls ureai No. i Is 2 brfc^ bldKi. with modern apt. above. )o. ontcd In 350 town--40300 buy* blrif.Jfc n i l . Trnde foi- trailer home or term». No, 2 Is goosl 3500 town with only! 4 peruitti (only pool) doing J600 up ptt week. Hoanonnblc rent on food bldg, Priced «l' |0500 w l l l i termi. | FLANAGAN :REALTY » Bclmond, la. f * $395 CASH f filVES yon your own Independent builnmn refilling and collect** money f r o i n nur n«w rtljp*M#r« hnmlllnrc untlon»lly dvertt«d (ait movlntf confection!' In druf itorts. eaten, tuverni, tnn l*poti. Looatloni olilnlned for you. To qualify y*u iniiNl linve car, r«f«renct«; and »»S cn»h. Devoting »· lew of your spate · hour* each week to the huiilnei* y«n iliould maka up to »75 weekly with liberal flninclnK aiitlitance to »!d In taking over full time with Incowe Ino'tftdlni nccoriUnKly. KiiH -· Infer- inatlon,write Box'G-M, ~' ' " · FOR LEASE ', *~ Mobilgas Serv. Stalion 5lh and North Federal M««on City, · * Excellent location, ' )II*h IMMEDIATE: POSSESSION. 4 Cnll-t03J, Ma'.on City or 67S-J. Cl*»f · Mole Help Wanted 20 nsurance,; T )ortu,nity! ONE OF 'THE OLDEST DI ABILITY AND-LIFE COM*- PANIES HAS AVAILABLE? A District Manager'^ -.Cpntrqctj J fdr'tHis Regiipn' -f-jj Libcrur guarantee "plus /commissions, bonus. Group inf., overwriting, etc. · · - '* If you're looking/for 1 'a vartp, friendly, co-operative association with an organization jntej-- csted In you on'\vhich,to build a sound future-^-please corrt- spond with Box F-20, Glob*Gazette, All replies held strict* ly confidential, · ' , ; . ? rnESSKR; experienced, who »»it» In Icnrn nil Bbout dry cl««nin*. $OS to start. Ueply 1, O, Drawer 170. Albert LE«, Minn. | , V ^ Travel Opportunity; 2. YOUNG men, under is, tr*Vt C«it- fornl.-i *ml return. Tran'POrU'Um pnld, expenses ndvnnced. S«l«ry, average earning* J85 per: wk: I^o tup. ncccmary. Miint J«ave Immediately. /\pply Mr. B. Y. Lonif, Itunford Hot«l. JO n . m . lo 4 p.m. Friday only. \i . * Manager for ; Grocery D.ept.: Must have buying experienc£ Sec Milton Jlaizcs. * Sam Raizes ' Dept: Store : W A N T R D T Driver Salesman Retail milk sales. City established route. Apply MARIGOLD DAIRIES " Mason City or Clear Lake; WANTED ; Lubrication'Man * Good working cond. Top ' wages. Apply in person. * Bill Hawley:, INC. . · 626 S. Federal Phone 215 ·* W/VNTED Exp. Service Matn for refrigeration and radio.* Steady employment. Good', wages. Apply at once. ? WOLF SONS * WANTED Exp. Body and i .Paint Man ; Modern shop and good salary, FOLSOM AUTO CO. «· 315 N. Fed. ' « .

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