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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Tells Rotary Club of Needs Rowson Discusses Radio Equipment CLEAR LAKE--D. L. Rowson, chief of police, explained the com- 1 municalipn system of the police department and the tie-up with civilian defense for Rotary Club Thursday at the All Veterans Social Center. Chief Rowson dis- ' cussed the need of radio equipment which would enable the police to patrol the town and answer calls in a better manner. Sam Erwin, program chairman, introduced the speaker. Dr. R. E. Calhoun presided in (.he absence of A. W. Schultz, president. Crosby Ingersoll reported that the Lions Club had challenged the Rotarians to the annual golf match on Sept. 3 at 4 p.m. Dinner will be served at the AVSC'at 7:30. Gwendolyn Johnson, Miss North Iowa, was a guest of the club. Visiting Rotarians included the · Rev. Joe Gregori, Newton; the Rev. Alvin Preslholt, Chicago; W. E. Hamilton, Hopkins, Minn.; Jesse Compton, West Dos Moines; R. E. .Rchmcl, independence; Glenn Carper,' Shenandoah, and John Wood, Eldora. Allen Yeager was a guest of E. L. Yeager, Dr. Donald Phillips of Dr. A. B. Phillips, Billy Moore of F. C. DcBruyn, Verne Watts of J. G. Lindon and L. K. Arnold of Leonard Rodewald. I Evans, Mrs. J. Brown lee Win Trophy CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. Brown- ec, Minneapolis, and John Evans, Perry, wrested the title to the Edmonds Trophy from H. C. Anderson, Sister Bay, Wis., and J. H. Bunnell, Minneapolis, Thursday morning in the fourth daily session of the Summer Outing Whist Club at the Lake Shore Hotel. Two teams, John Dohse, Omaha, and Anderson and Bunnell and Mrs. E. W. Meis, Sioux City, tied for second place. No games were played Thursday afternoon. In the evening Herman Hess, St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Meis were high North and South in .he pair play and Joe Hart, Sioux City, and Evans were high East and West. Teams of four played for the Omaha Trophy, a · booklet with leaves of silver, Friday morning. Election of officers is scheduled for Saturday morning after which the play will be for the Bawdcn Trophy, a silver plate. The tournament closes Saturday evening. News of your---CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Big N«w«--you can ««· *nd the difference with Marshall Swifts Sta-Nu finishing process at no extra cost. Wanttd: P*p«r hanging, painting by exper. man. Keferences turn. Ph. 315J after 6. Best buy In town. Parker P»ni, $5.75, others $3.50 up. Owen Jewelry Gifts. Mrs. C a r l Johanntcscn ·nt«r- :ained Royal Neighbor Club Thursday afternoon.' Mrs. C. E. Callannn will be hostess Sept. 4. Rocktt Action Gat foi Itii. W« honor all national credit cards. Bulk Oil, Hy. 18. Cord and felt hats by Clnd*r«lla for girls. Tot To Teen Shop. Neat Th» Cl«an«r will b» closed Aug. 25 to Sept. 2 for vacations. Midwest Livestock Mason Clly Olok«-On«lt«, Milan C»r- *· Aug. ft, 19S2 IS Trend Good Dutchcrs-- 150460 Ibs , 160-17(1 IbJ 170-lBO Ibs 18-1UO lb« 190-200 )t3 SSOO-ilO His \ 210-2ZO IDs $21.00 220-230 H» S21.00 230-240 Ibs S21.00 210-250 Ibs $20.75 250-260 Ib S20.50 280-270 Ibs »20.25 270-280 Ibs $20.00 (KK1I)AX"S 1'RIOKS) Albert Lea, Austin, Minn. Minn. 25c 25c lower lower ,...$10.SO .. 117.25 ,. $19,50 SSO.M S20.7S $21.00 Mrs. E. M. nounced Friday Du»s»nb«ro an- that members of Clear Lake Churches ZION L U T H E U A N Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Services al 8:30 and 11. Lulhcr League. G:30. George Strum, pastor. METHODIST Sunday School,' 9:45 a.m. Morning worship. 11. Sermon subject: "Restorers or Creators." W. M. Hubhard, pastor. CONOUKGATIONA1, Morning worship, ]1. Sermon: "Questions anil pastor. Sunday Answers." E. W. Day, D.D., C11IUSTIAN school, 9:45. Mornlnjr worship. Services Held for Mrs, B. H. Brown CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. Bob H. Brown, Co, Thornton, who died Tuesday morning at a Mason City hospital, were held at Ward's Funeral Home Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Roy A. I-Iarris- ville, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Mason City, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert, Richard, Newell and Merle Brown, RETURNS TO DUTY -- Pfc. Georg* W. Thompson h»s returned to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., after spending a 14-day furlough «t the home of his parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. Jacob Thompson, 144 26th Street S.W. He also had a short visit with his *lster, Mrs. Harley Wentworth, who arrived from California for · visit. 280-290 Ihs. 290-300 Ills. 300-310 Ibs 310-320 Ibs 320-330 Ibs 330-310 Ibs, 340-350 Ibs 3SO-3GO Ibs. . . , Good Parking Sows-270-300 Ills 300-330 Ibs 330-300 ll)s 360-4UO Ibs 400--150 Ibs. 430-500 SOO-530 S19.75 $19.50 419.25 319.00 $111.75 SIB. SO SI 8.23 S17.75 SlB.75 119.00 $20.00 J20.J5 $20.73 S21.2.S $11 .M S21.25 $21,00 $20.75 JJ0.50 JM.25 $20, Oil J19.T5 Ilaugon Jorgensen and Edwin Thienan. Flowers were arranged 10:50. Evening service. 8. Guy W. Carroll, pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sunday masses. 7:30, 9, 10 and 11 o'clock. Week-day masses, 7:30. Confessions Sal- urdny evenings, 7:30 to 9. J. J. Buzynski, pastor. EVANGELICAL FREE Sunday school, 10. MornlnK worship, 11. Youth fellowship, 7. Evening service, 6. Thursday evening service, (1, A. D. Kurtz, CHURCH OF THE OPEN HIKLE Sunday school. 10. Mrs. James S. Anderson Jr.. superintendent. Morning worship, 11. Evening service, 8. Tuesday evening, praj-er and praise, service, 8. T. D. KusscU, pastor. CHUttCII OF CHRIST SCIENTIST ' Sunday school, 9:45. Rfornlny worship, 11. Wednesday evening service, 0. A reaci- ins room is malnlamed In the church open Wednesday and Saturday. 2:30 to 5 p.m. U U K C H I N A L COMMUNITY Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. II. C. Ludekc, superintendent. G R A N T CENTER Sunday school. 10 a.m. Mrs. Spenco Ahrams, superintendent. .HKTHEl. CHAPEL Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Evening service, 7:30. Tuesday Bible study, B. Friday evening, youth fellowship. Herbert A. Bentz, pastor. REDEEMER LUTHERAN ( V e n t u r a ) Sunday school, 10. Worship. 10:30 Young people's league first Tuesday. Sunday school teachers meet second Tuesday. Dorcas society meets second Friday. Choir rehearsal, Thursday evening. W. T. Wolfram, pastor. EVANGELICAL U.I!. ( V e n t u r a ) Morning worship, 9.-.10. The Hcv. Pfaltzgraff, Mesorvoy, Rucst speaker. Junior Sunday School, church basement, U:30. AUred Haw, pastor. )y Mrs. E. A. Musgjerd and Mrs. L. E. Jacobson. Mrs. Jacobson accompanied by Mrs. Harry Ma- the Christian Women's Fellowship will hold a pic sale at the P. G. and E. store Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Sam McQueen will be in charge. One rack of dresses on safe from $5 to $10. Verna's Fashion Shop. Polio Ins. Call Don McCoy, 877J. Ernest P. Prossnitz, Brussels, Belgium, official representative of the Tourist Bureau of Brussels and of the Sabena Belgium Air Lines (government owned), spent Wednesday and Thursday with Al Allen, local representative of the Allen Travel Agency. They reviewed the services offered by the company a n d improvements contemplated for 1953. Prossnitz said their service extends to Tcl^Aviv, Jerusalem; Johannesburg, South Africa, and Leopoldville, capital of the Belgian Congo. Cinderella Dresses for Back to School wear. Tot To Teen Shop. For Rent: Apt. f u r n . S. lakeshore, close in. Ph. 1G5W. S17.7S $17.25 $1(1.75 Ibs '. J1B.SS Ibs 115.50 $19.2} $1*1.00 S1H.73 $18.50 31U.25 $19.00 $18.50 SIS.Oft $17.80 $17.00 Slfl.50 JIS.75 Waterloo lower moo $19,00 $20.00 $70.50 $21.00 Sil.WI $ai, oo $21.00 $2(1.74 $20.30 BU0.25 $'.!0.00 $10.75 SID.SO $19.25 $19.00 $18.75 $111,50 tin.25 $18.00 sin, 75 si a. M S17.7S $17.00 $10.23 l $15.51) $14.75 Mrs. 0. Amundson Will Tell Plans for Garden Club Show CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Oscar Amundson, a member ql tho flower committee of the Friendly Garden Club, heard on tho "Saturday at the Lake" hour, 2:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday over KG LO, it was announced Friday. Mrs. Amundson will discuss the club's Flower Show to be held at the high school lunch room Wednesday afternoon and evening. Members will compete bers in 40 classes in two. Mrs, and non-mem- Earl Postma, Ackley, will be judge. The broadcast will originate at Hnlford's Cafe. ' son,, sang "I Heard the Voice o] Jesus say" and "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth." Relatives from Oakland, Minn., and from Lindon, Marshalltown, Brilt, Thompson, Woden and Mason City attended the service. Friends were present from Thornton, Ventura and Dougherty. Clear Lake Calendar SATURDAY'--Driver's license examiners, City Hall, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Beach Piny Day. City Beach, 1:30 to 4. Yacht Club sailboat races. City Dock. :i. llawkeyc Press Chil), State Park. LoclHe, G:30. Softball, Lions Field: City champs vs. All Vets Club. a. Danish Brotherhood Lodge, No. 219, 1OOF Hall, B. Pfaltzgraff Guest Pastor at Ventura CLEAR LAKE--Tho Rev. Alfred Raw, pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Ventura, announced that Sunday morning worship service will be at 9:30 a.m. with the Rev. Pfaltzgraff, Mescrvcy, as guest speaker. Junior Sunday School will be held in the church basement ,at the same hour. The following Sunday, Aug. 31, services will be back on schedule with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 10:30. An official board meeting will follow the worship service. A politick supper will be served in the evening. Ladies Aid will meet Thursday instead of Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Wilson White, assisted by Mrs. Jay Wescolt. C A R D OF T H A N K S I wish to thank Dr. Smiley and all the nurses on second floor for their good care and treatment while in the Park Hospital. Also the neighbors and friends for their Mrs. Mabel Thompson, Los Angeles, Calif., is spending a couple of weeks with her mother, Mrs. O. A. Prestholt, and other relatives and friends. Gigantic R u m m a g e Sale!! Quality items, priced to sell. Big savings at the Television Mart, 413 Main Ave., Saturday. For Rent: Sm. efficiency furn. cottage for 2. Immed. poss. Rent as of Sept. l. Ph. 471-J. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips and family, who have been vacationing in Clear Lake the last two weeks, returned Friday to their home in Elizabeth City, N. C. En- routa they will visit relatives in Chicago and Lexington, Ky. Lost--Blue parakeet, band on leg. Ph. 752J3. For Rent: Furn. 3 room apt., closet, lavatory, refrig., washing priv., pri. inside entrance, utilities furn. Minnie Tapps. Severson's Excavators defeated the Clear Lake Bakery and Clear Lake Auction triumphed over the High School in the second round of the Softball Elimination Tour- n a m e n t at Lions Field Thursday evening. The champions will play the All Vets Club team Saturday night. Zion Lutheran Circle Women Hold Sessions CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Art Humberg led devotions for Esther Circle of Zion Lutheran Aid WcdncsdaV at the Earl Lambert home. Mrs Herman Holland was a guest. Mrs Fred Larson will be hostess Sopt 17. More Hogs, Price Down CHICAGO Oft--Another over-run in hog supplies Friday weighed heavily on the market even though it was of small proportions. Prices mostly descended 25 to 50 cents a hundred pounds. Cattle were steady to 50 cents lower with cows in poorest position. Sheep were steady to weak, ( U S D A ) HOBS: 5,500. Slow nml uncvnn both bulehcra and sows; xtuntly to 50 cents lower anil mostly 25-50 conlH lowun choice 190.270 ll. butchers $21.50-22; mine choice 210-220 Ib. $21.SO lnl«; few cliolcu 250-250 III. $21-21.SOi tiuine choice 300-330 Ib. SIU20.50: lew sales choice 100-180 Ib. llijlits $10-21.50i most choice sows unilor .150 Ib. $17.50-19.75! few lols choice sows under 300 II). iti to $20.50 nnil nbuve; 350-400 Ib. $1G.50-17.75: 400-500 II). $15.50-10.731 occasional licnvlcr cows down to $15 nml bo- low. CnUlot 1.000. Cnlves; 300. Rlnughlor steers and holfers Bcnrco, steady to w a n k ; cows slow, 23-50 cents lower; other ctagst'K little chnngcdi |inrt-load prime nicer yearling $35 with heifer end $34; three oncls choice around 1,025 Ib. atecrs £33.25- 3.50; Cow low-coinmercln] to uvorniio- Kami Knulos $23.50.29; lew commercial In ow-chnlec heifer* $23,50-30; utility nnd commerclnl cnws $1(1.25-22: cnnncric ami cutters S15-1U.251 utility .tnil commercial mils $23-25,ISO; commercial to low-prime veului'fl S2fi-33. Sheep: GOO. Native slaughter lumbs nnd owes slcady lo weak; very draKgy on culls: choice lo prime springers $29-30; top $30; only odd head $30.25-30.50; Htiorn Inmbs and yearling!) absent; nlnufihtci ewes $7.25-9 mostly. OPS Intention Lowers Beans CHICAGO Ml --Soybeans lost n couple of cents on Friday following news the OPS intended to put ccilint's on bean mcnl mixtures. Those mixtures havo been selling far above tho price o£ the ceiling for straight soybenmneal. Both wheat and oats nctcd better than the rest of the market, but could mako liltlo upsldo prog »1B.73 $15.23 $17.7.1 $1(1.25 JIS.50 $11.75 rcss. Wheat closed Mi to higher, Circus Elephant Uses Blow Torch for 5 O'Clock September $2.3.1 '/i, corn. M -ft lower, September $1.78%-$!, 79, oats unchanged to V4 lower, September 8n-83'/B, rye 2¥i to 3 cents lower, September $2.02%-'/fc, soybeans IVi lower, September $3.20Vb-Vi, and lard 27 to '10 cents n hundred pounds higher, September $11.07, F I I I D A V R C H A I N CLOSK CHICACiO W-- ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (FrliUVfl M a r k c M CHICAGO «V~ (USDA)-- Estimated »nl able livestock receipts tor Saturday: 300 hoes, 300 entile nml 100 fihunp. Mrs. Leonard Chrislenscn gave .he lesson for Sara Circle at the Arnot Hansen home. Mrs. Robert Webb led devotions. Packing boxes Local Livestock for soldiers cussed. Mrs. overseas Kenneth was dis- Pcterson, 50c lower. Ventura, will entertain Sept. 17. Lois Circle held a potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. O. N. Christopherson. Mrs. H. L. Erickson was a guest. The next meeting will be Sept. 17. Mrs. Clcyc Monaghcn gave the lesson at the evening session of Dorcas Circle at the home of John W. "Joe" Jensen. Mrs. Winston Weaver led devotions. Financial projects were discussed. Mrs. Allan Wind will entertain Sept. 17. All officers of Group 4 of the Congregational Women's Fellowship were re-elected at the home of Mrs. Roy Benedict Wednesday. A picnic luncheon was served. Plans were made for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the L. E. Ashland home Sept. 3. Rons MASON CITY--for Friday Good llehl Ihjhls lfin-170 $18.00 Good light IlKhl* 170-100 $10.00 Good llRht light* 1BO-190 f20.1)0 Good light lluhts 1DO-200 $20,50 Oood medium wclRhtii 200-220 $20.75 Good medium weli;ht.i 220-230 $20.76 WHEAT-Sept. ..... Doe Mm- Mny ..... July COFIN -Sept Due Mnr May .... OATS-Sopt »cc Mnr Mny H Y K -Sept Dec Mny SOYHKANS- Scpt Nov ,Iau Mnr Mny Open 52.31 2.311 2.-13W 2.41H 2.30'A IIlKll $2 .3 HI 2. 38 1* l.OW ·$2.3014 Clone 1.70H 1.7-lTi J. 79 l.HOVi .117 Vi 2.414li 2.40-li 1.701k 1.75 1.70 .7nvi .OOVk .UOV4 2,44 2.38 2.43 '/ 2.4-H Swedes Guests of Garner Rotarjans G A R N E R -- N o l s t i n d Hrcln Her- mrmson of Sweden appeared on the irogrnm at the 'regular Rotary unchoon program this week, Mr, ml Mrs. Hermnnson arc studying American agriculture find mode oi .viiig under tho auspices of the In- ernatlonul Rural Youth Exchange program. Hcrmnnson mntlo com prisons of living In his country and America. They were presented by Inncoek County Extension Direc or Paul Henderson. Mr. nnd Mrs lermnnson are presently living a the Mitchell Dock home cast, o Klommc. Good medium Good medium weight* 230-240 $20.73 210-250 $20.50 Good medium wclyhfs 250-2(50 $20.25 Good medium weljjlilis 2GO-270 $20.00 Oood medium weights 370-280 S1B.73 Oood medium weluhtx 2SO-250 '$19.50 Good medium xvoltfhU 290-300 $19.2!i Good medium welghls .100-310 Slrt.UO Good medium weights MO-320 11B.75 Good medium wutRhU 320-330 Sin.50 Good medium weliihlt' 330-340 S1B.25 a.ouw z.oavi a.2'l 3.IOV4 J!l2 ' 1.7I1H J.7D!i 1.77^1 1.79 M .091(1 2.02U 1.70 1.1)45 1.7IIV4 3.09W 3.0'JVi Sosil. Oct. Nov. Dec. .Inn. Mnr. Mny 10.00 11.07 11.27 12.20 12.30 i.ODWi li.OSrt 3,24 3. M M 3.13 3.12V 3.12 11.30 11.80 I1.G2 11.05 12,50 .831 2.021 2.05 "If your razor rasps, switch t« a blow torch," just speaking among is elephants. : ; ' \ The well-known plumber's torch s the elephant's razor, cream and after-shave lotion. Unlike man, tho pachyderm,.-lt shaved only twice yearly. Hot towels aro not necessary'. But Miss aiid Mrs. Elephant also must sut- ler tho torrid tonsorlal treatment of removing "whiskers.'" Above is the leader of the ciyda Bcatty Circus; elephant: herd that '11 appear In "Mason City Wedhes- d n y . a t the North Iowa fairgrouridj for performances at 3 and 8 p. m. Doors will open one hotir earlier for inspection of the huge menagerie. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI 11.07 J1.25 12.17 12.30 12.00 12.GZ 3.20V; 3.0UV4 3. 10W 3.1011 3.11'JW U.07 11.35 11.47 12.47 12.50 Good medium Good m e d i u m Clntxl sows Rood ROWS .110-350 Slli.OO 3. r .0-3r,0 517.75 270-300 $111.75 300-330 S10.25 For Sun. 729.T, Mrs. dinrtti- reservation Frank Trager. Ph. Good sows ... ............... 330-300 $17.75 Good sows .................. 3110-400 517.25 Good .sown -iOO-450 Slfi.M Good HOWS 450-500 $15,75 No hoRs received nftcr 5 p. in.--Jncub 15. Decker fit Sons. CAvrr.K MASON CITY--for Friday I'rlmo itcorn nna hel^rn $32.00-34.00 Choice steers nnd hcltam -- Good ntcors nnd heifers $211.00-30.00 Commercial ulcer* nnil licLfera $23.00-20.00 Utility slcora nnd heifers ..... $20.00-22.00 Oood cow« SZ.1,[10-21.00 Commercial .cow* $1B.OO-22,00 Utility cowii , SKi.OO-lB.OO help at my home beautiful cards. and the m a n y Glenn Orcult ENTERTAINS AID CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. C. Oehlert entertained Lakeside Ladies Aid with Mrs. Clair Allen, P l y mouth, and Mmes'./ Hoy Badker, Albert Juhl and Oscar Davis as guests. Mrs. Tom Spillman presided and led devotions. G a m e s and contests formed the program The next meeting will be Sept. 18. PHONE 71O CLEAR LAKE, IOWA CLEAR LAKE'S £esunce. STATIC M TIRES SEAT COVERS BATTERIES WASH JOBS SERVICE Ice C r e a m Social, Sun., Aug. 24, 6:30 p. m.-8 p. m. at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, Ventura. Clifford Spangler, F a r g o , N. D., a former resident, was calling on old friends and acquaintances in Clear L a k e Friday morning. Spangler was assistant postmaster in Clear Lake from 1020 to 1923. Bathing suits. . . . Very few left. . . . All at very low prices. Sun Shine Shop. Move by M a y f l o w e r . Always re liable. Ph. 627 for estimate. Join Your Friends From North Iowa on the All Mediterranean Cruise V I S I T I N G MADERIA IS., CASABLANCA, GIBRALTAR, SPAIN, ALGIERS, MALTA, CYPRUS, HAIFA, EGYPT, DODECANESE ISLANDS, TURKEY, GREECE, ITALY, THE RIVIERA, CALEARIC ISLANDS, PORTUGAL, FRANCE, ENGLAND. 65 Days 14,500 Miles Jan. 31, 1953 Refurn on any of the Cunard Ships if you wish to stay over In Europe. Phone, Write of Wire Allen Travel Agency Mrs. J. Eliasen Circle Hostess CLEAR LAKE--Miriam Circle of the Zion Lutheran Church met at the home of Mrs. John Eliason Thursday with Mrs. Alfred Smith as guest. Mrs. Chris Jaspcrsen led devotions nnd read an article, The Thing Most Precious." Mrs. VValter Tescne will be hostess ept. 18. Mrs. If. L. Erickson was a guest of Anna Circle for a social hour at the home of Mrs. Arnold Ras- iriusscn. Mrs. Harold Jorgcnrud will entertain Sept. 18. Mrs. Donald Tice led devotions and Mrs. Irving Hanson gave the lesson for Deborah Circle at the home of Mrs. Ed Erickson. David Gabrielson sang a solo. Mmes. Herman Holland, Don Gabrielson and Larry Ritter were guests. A baby shower was held for Tod, new son of Mr. and Mrs. M a u r i c e Mortenson. Mrs. Harold Hcndrick- son will entertain Sept. 18. Mrs. Floyd Kimball entertained M a r y Circle at a social hour. Mrs. Iver Toft will be hostess Sept. 18. Mrs. Hans J. .Tenscn led devotions for Eunice Circle at the Armand Hansen home. The hostess gave [the Bible lesson. Miss Gladys iEvans will entertain Sept. 18. Longtime Resident of Wesley Succumbs WESLEY--Funeral services for C a r l F r a n z c n , 65, will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Methodist Church in Wesley, with b u r i a l in the Wesley cemetery. The Boughton Funeral Home of R r i t t is in charge. The Rev. J. A. Riggs will officiate. Mr. Franzcn, former gasoline t n n k wagon agent, died at thc.IOOF home at Mason City Wednesday. Rites at the church will be preceded by services at the Boughton Funeral Home in Britt. Born in Sweden, Mr. Franzen came to the United States when he was 20 years old. He leaves two children, Mrs. Lloyd Zwald of Garner, and 1st Lt. Enar Franzcn who is svith the U. S. A r m y in G e r m a n y , four grandchildren nnd two brothers, Herman at Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Oscar at San Fernando, Calif. Mr. Frnnzcn livct! in the Wesley c o m m u n i t y for 30 years. Mason City Grain At 1:30 p. m. Friday Oats, No. 2 80c Corn, cash $1.58 Corn, new del. Dec. 15 $1.45 Soybeans, del. Sept. IS $3.10 Soybeans, del. Sopt. 20 $3.00 Soybcnns, del. Sept. 25 $2.00 Soybeans, del. Oct. 1 $2.82 Cnnncrs snU cutler! S1S.OO-17.00 Hulls SlU.00-20.00 CAI.VKS MASON CITY--for Krlclny Choice M.00-30.00 Good $2I.OO-2B.OO CoinmcrcUl SK4.00-28.00 Utilities tlfl.OOvlO.OO CHICAGO (,'AHII O K A I N U''rlilay'« M a r k e t ) CHICAGO l/ll--Cn.ili w h f t n t : No. 1 nml No, 2 rod $2.29: No. I I K I I I ! $2.33! Nn. 1 mixed S1.31Y41 Nn.' 2 S2.27K. Conn No. 2 yellow $I.IUyi-I.Mi Nn. 3, $l.l!l¥i; No. 1, S1.75.1,mW: N". 5. $1.7fli/,; H.i.-mile (,'rndo S1..1IM.77; No. 2 nuri 3 while S2.II5. Onts: No. 1 Imnvy while OOVioi No. J while Bile. It.ii-lcy nominal! Molting $1.35-1,Ols feed $ Sojhcnns; None, I.AMIIS Cholc S25.00.2l).0fl Good S21.00-2a.SO Utilities Sin.50-zi.OT CulU sin.oo-iii.oo Culls tl'l.OO-lU.UO GootI to choice owe* ........... t 6.50- 7.00 Utility cwcs ................... * 4.00- 8.00 Cull 3-00- Mason City Produce («unt»l1nn hr f- ". Morse) Al 10:30 a. m. Friday Eggs, No. 1 .................. Sic Eggs, No. 2 .................. 41c Eggs, No. 3 ....... .. ......... 35c Hens, 5 Ibs. and over ........ 18c Hcns-undcr 5 Ibs ............. ICc Old cocks, heavy breeds ...... 12c Leghorn cocks . . .............. Me Stock Market Prices Still NEW YORK Cfl--The stock market was a quiet affair Friday with prices just about standing still. There was a downside tendency al the close. Trading was light at an estimated 900,000 to 3,000,000 shares. The m o v e m e n t of several large locks helped boost the tola! above Thursday's very low 800,000 shares. ON THE AIR!!! The Sioux City Public Markets (Iowa's Grtatttt Stotktr and Fe*dtr C«ht*r) Direct Report Each Sunday Over WMT (600 on the dial) Cedar Rapids, Iowa Starting August 24th · 7:10 to 7:15 a.m. Uslen for vital Market Information concerning and 'feeder prlcet and $upp1le$ arriving at )hU targft marker. Hear why the cornbeU lurn» to SJoiix Clt for it» feeders. ' . Sioux City Stockyards 1. Quality wetterncoHl* to fit your f**dlot. 2. Federal impectfon. ; [3. Rapid rail ond truck connvcHom ·!·· y«nr 'f«M«. CHICAGO I'OTATOI'.H ( I ' r l i l a y ' t M a r k e t ) CHICAGO Hi-- (l/SDA) -- f'olMooii: A r r l . iiU 101. on track 22K: totnl U.S. shipments .ni|pllcs light: dcmiuul rmxlcrate: ninrkct sllKMly fttrnnKflr for llus- sets. About ulendy for others. U.-iltfornlA [ana whltfH linker* SlJ.ll): Iflnho-OroKon HusflCts 15.90-fi: N o r t t i l)nkot;i W:irl»is S5,W-r.l5: Washington luiomU S3, SO 6; Wisconsin I'onllncs 35.50. Office Hilltop Motel Phone 375 Clear Lake M I L L E R S HONOR K I N CLEAR LAKE--A f a m i l y gathering was held at the C. W. M i l l e r f a r m home in honor of Mrs. Miller's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mather, and d a u g h ter, Delia, Lexington, Ky., and a brother, Charles S. Poe and Mrs. Poe, Bonilla, S.D. Among those attending were Mrs. Kussell Roberts, Joe Grady, and Messrs, and Mmes. G. E. C u r p h y , Kcnnctl Miller and Arlo Miller and f a m ilies, Clear Lake; Messrs, and Mmcs. M e 1 v 1 n Kobcrmtss nnd Wayne Miller and families. M a n - ly, and Robert and Maureen M i l - ler, Stoughton, Wis., grand children of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. M i l - ler. R O A D V A C A T E D GARNER--Hancock County su- The mammoth, now extinct, is believed to be the only elephant type which adapted itself to cold climates. pcrvisors held a h e a r i n g - o n t h e report of Commissioner William Boehnke recommending the vacation of road No. 35 petitioned for by Albert Claude et al. There were no objections to the vacation as recommended in the report of the commissioner and the road was ordered vacated b.y the board of .supervisors. School Positions at Decorah Filled nECORAH--Supt. Walter Ilelzel, of the Dccor;ih Public Schools, announced that n i l positions on the faculty arc now f i l l e d for the coming year. Ivan Korlkamp has been added to the music department. He will be in charge of vocal music. He will take .some of the duties of Art h u r IJranae, new band director, and Miss A n n n Mac D a v i d , grade school m u s i c teacher. Three new replacements have been made in the junior high n n d ' grade schools. .lames Ilcddons will replace Dclorcs Smedstad as junior high school mathematics instructor. The new grade teachers arc lla James, third grade, and Dorothy Forss, who will teach second grade. It was also announced this week that Miss Ruth O'Halloran, physical education teacher, hns resigned to accept a commission in the Armed Forces. Miss Lily Christine Hansen, Ilacine, Wis., has been signed to replace Miss O'Hollcran. New York Stocks By The Associated Presc ( F i n a l Quotations F r i d a y ) AlliedStrs 38% Am Can 32% A i n R a d !5'/i AmTclT J!5'1% AmTob 5fyi A in Woolen 27 VH AnaconCop M'/s A r m o u r WH Atchi.son 00 'A R e n t F d s 38-1 K BcndixAv 54 BclhStl 50'/K H o e i n g A i r p 35'/i CaseJI Zfi'/ii Chrysler 70% Con Ed is SS'i Corn Prod C9'/i C'urtissVVr 8 Deere 32Vs El Auto -la'/i GcnElcct 6.1 GenFoods '17% GcnMot. r )9% Goodrich G5 : ! i Goodyear W/n I f o i n e s t i i k c .'!7 IllCcnl73'/i f n l F f a r v 33 IntTclTel 17% Kennccolt 7fTi Krcsgc.SS 35'/i MontWord Morrell 12% NashKclv2!'/« NatDairy 55'/j NalGypsum 20% NYCentral Ml'/i ParnmPict 2fi Pcnncy.IC 07'A PaRr md PepsiCo'a 10 J'biIJipsPct'57-yj TtatlioCp 26'/.i SafewaySt 30'/! ScnrsUocb . r 7% SinclairOil 11% SoconyVac 3G'/2 SouPac 84'/j SlcJBrands 2G H t d O i l f n d 79 KtdOilNJ 78% Studcbakcr 37% SwiflCo 3236 SylvElPd 35% Tex as Co 55 UnPaa IM'/z UnilAirLin 28 UnitAirc 3-JW USGypsum 117'/i USKubbcr 24% USStcel 39'!-,'i WcstUnTcl 43 WilsonCo 9% Woo! worth 43V4 Indonesia is the largest Moslem country in the world in terms o people, says tho National Geo graphic Society. MASON CITY AUCTION Co. Night SALE MONDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 25 SALE STARTS 7:30 SHARP Last Monday's sate was a good one. Wfth. top. prices being brought on all cattle. For this week's tale we have a fine con- 'signmenr and are sure you will find just what you want here. Last week's top prices were: Butcher cows topping at $19.80, medium cows ranged from $16.00 to $17.80. Canners and cutters', brought from $14.M to $16.00. Holstein springers are in good demand. Choice springers ranged from $290.00 to $305.00. Holstein ;springer heifers from $200.00 o $269.00 per heod. . . . ' . ' . ' , . Guernsey springers brought from $190.00 to $100.00 per head and Guernsey heifers from $150.00 to $183.00. Shorthorn spring- ers from $193.00 to $225.00. Stock cattle of the choice quality was absent. Medium to plainer kinds were'offered for safe with prices ranging from $16.50 to $24.50. Good quality stock cattle always sell good. Good breeding bulls brought from $200.00 to $300.00 per head. Calves were $30.00 top. Medium calves ranged from $21.00 to $27.50. We bad 200 sheep with good ewes bringing $18.75 to $21.00. Feeding lambs $24.75 to $26.75 with breeding bucks bringing from $20.00 to $25.00 per head. Market Hogs--Sows brought $19.80 and boars on the heavy tide bringing $11.30 to $12.20 on the light tide. - SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT Lots of fat dry lot good quality cattle.. , Plus Our Usual Heavy Run of AH Classes of Livestock You'll Enjoy Spending the Evening With Us I FOR BEST LIVESTOCK RETURNS TO YOU . . , Make Mason City Your Auction in Nineteen Fifty-Two . . . H. WOOD T. RUMELIOTE "OWNERS" Phone 18F3, Clear Lake Phone 5054-R, Mason City "We'll Do Our Level Best to Please You" -- BARN PHONE 3758 -Gerald Wohler, Shorty Huntlngton A Virgil Munsell, Auctioneer*

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