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, ,F«b. 37, i Ckjr Gl»fce-O»i*tl«, M»»on 1954 77--News of Youi CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Want to buy: Chast of drawers. Ph. 1249-J. Mrs. W. C. Carroll and Mrs. R. F. Kabrick, community service de- pal tment, are cochairmen of the 6:15 p m. potluck supper of American Legion Auxiliary Wednesday at City Hall. Members are to bring their own table servcie and a covered dish. Dessert and hot drinks will be served by the committee. Members are also to bring needles, thread and clean material to be torn for carpet rags. For Rent: 3 large rms., pri. bath arid entr, 500 S. 8th. Ph. 284W. Mrs. Gerald Jensen, who underwent major surgery Wednesday at Mercy Hospital, Mason City,,is reported getting along fine. Her room is 205. Spuds, 15 Ibs. N. Dak. Pontiacs, 39c. Hahn's Service. Carroll Anderson, manager of the Surf, reported that about 500 children and 100 parents attended the teen-age dance at the Surf. Between 40 and 50 came for the hour of instruction by' Mrs. . Evalynne Wheaton, Des Moines. Anothei teen-age event is scheduled foi March 24 when Jules Hermann wil play. Mrs. Whealon will not give instruction at that session but will be back in April. Candy, bars, 3 for lOc, Sun. Hahn's Service. Mrs. John Jacobs, president, an houriced Saturday that the Re bekah staff will practice at IOOF Hall at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening With each qfv or more of ice cream, free chocolate syrup. Hahn's Service. Church Deacons Plan Ceremony; Name Candidate CLEAR LAKE--Deacons of (he Congregational Church and their wives were entertained at the honie of George Heelland, chairman. A study of the manual, "Work of Deacons," was made and duties in training church members were discussed. Arrangements were made for .serving .the Lord's Supper at 7:30 p. m. Ash Wednesday. M. W. Hughes was nominated by the deacons as a candidate from the church to attend a session of the North Central Association of Congregational Christian Churches at Britt in April. He will be presented to the association as a candidate lo attend the genral council in New Haven, Conn., in persons are to be the North Central June. Four chosen from Association. Edward Graves is secretary of educational literature f o r t h e church. Daryl Kilborn is secretary of. the group. Deacons and deaconesses will meet at the Shelby Pierce home the evening of March 30. Post to Sponsor Boys State Lad CLEAR LAKE -- Stafford Pos 222, American Legion, will sponsor a lac! to Hawkcye Boys State a Des Moines in June and also ; Junior Legion baseball team, i Gerard photo ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT -Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wedeking, 1108 1st Ave. N., Clear Lake, announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Joan, to Pvt. Charles Lavern Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johnson, 720 State St., Garner. The wedding date has not been decided. was announced following t h e February dinner session. A committee will name the Boys State candidate. Keith Raw, Philip Furlcigh and Arnold Moeller arc .he baseball committee. L. S. Greene reported the activities of Boy Scout Troop 17, sponsored by the post. Donations were made to the Red Cross and Cancer Funds. A dinner meeting is scheduled for March 24. Clear Lake Globe - Gazette 'Water' Parks Favorites of '53 Tourists CLEAR LAKE-- "Water Parks," those with rivers and lakes near by, were the most popular throughout Iowa in 1953, the Iowa Conservation Commission revealed in its latest edition. The greatest number of visitors registered at Lake Manawa, Council Bluffs, which attracted 436,773 persons. Next in line was Clear Lake with an attendance o[ 321,635 for the season. Backbone Park had 285,525 and next was Lake Ahquabi, with 231,990. The total for the entire state in 1953 was 4,885,981. The extremely hot, dry summer placed a heavy strain on park facilities, officials stated, and many of them were so inadequate on weekends that park custodians were forced to close the gates and turn people The large- number of fish houses built on Clear Lake, the excellent ice-boating and the popular skating rink with warming house sponsored by the Civic League testify to the extra year-round appeal of "water" parks such as Clear Lake has, conservationists observed. DeMolays Will Install Officers at Masonic Temple CLEAR LAKE--Jerry Davis was elected master councilor of the Clear Lake chapter of the Order of DeMolay at Masonic Temple; Loren Wilcox was chosen senior councilor and Bill McBcc, junior councilor. Public installation ceremonies will be held at the temple March 7. Parents of DcMolay boys arc especially invited, it was announced, and any boys interested n membership arc welcome to at- encl. Two advisors, two Masons and 23 3eMolays attended the meeting .vhich featured the initiatory and 3eMolay degrees. Jon Gilmore, Dale Sargent and Gary Lowman proved upon the latter. Mark Melcher, Clear Lake, and Rodney Wade, Mason City, were elected to nembersliip. A communication Moines invited the from Des chapter to bring a class of candidates there April 20 in honor of the 30 and more years "Dad" Armintrout has given to DeMolays. It was announced that the De- Molay Cadets would play the Freshman All Stars Saturday evening at 7:15 and that next week the DeMolays will play the Varsity AJJ Stars. Practice for installation will be March A, Ron Lang, reporter, stated. Tlic Aext regular session March 12, Lang and Davis served. E L E C T E D P R E S I D E N T CLEAR LAKE -- Hugh Kilbunf was elected president of Eden Farm Club to succeed Leo Stork at the Harold Gratlidge home Friday evening. Mrs. Shirley Stanfiekl was named ; secretary-treasurer. They take over in March. The evening was spent in playing games and watching television. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith are hosts March 26. ARE YOU MOVING Clear Lake Calendar S U N D A Y -- O p e n house for Henry lleiters, Parish H a l l , /ion Lutheran Church. :J::!U. Scrooby Club, Congregational Church, 5; I'.ouga Club. (i:;iO. Junior and Senior Christian Youth Fellowship. Christian Church. i;:;;ll. Lulhcr League. Zloii Lutheran Church, li:.'u; Junior League. 1. School of the Church. Mefhoilisl Church: Suppucr. li::0; classes, 7:1U; worship. X:M. Couple Club of Zlou Lutheran Church. W. H. Towuscnil home, :IOfi N. Stli SU, 7. of Evangelical Free Youth Fellowship Church. Clear Lake Council Buys City's First Parking Lot Circle Women Entertained Methodists Active Educationally CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. James Lane, assisted by Mrs. Charles Pinkney and Mrs. George Brooks, entertained Circle 2 of the Methodist W.S.C.S. Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. C. Oclilert led devotions and Mrs. Howard Oehlert gave the lesson. M r s . : Arthur Johnson is hostess March 26. Mrs. L. W. Christensen was a guest of Circle 4 at the home of Mrs. II. 0. Santiberg who was assisted by Mrs. Ben Neiman Mrs. Alta Ivcrson. Mrs. Ed and Lincicum led devotions anci Mrs. Lester McClary gave the lesson. Mrs. Arthur Hammond i s h o s t e s s March 2G. Mrs. David Enabnit, assisted by Billy Crumbaugh, 5, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Crumbaugh, led devotions for Circle 6 at the home M. A. Hintzman. Mrs Cobb was co-hostess D. Merriman gave the of Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. B. MONDAY--Poultry Improvement Associa tlon. Nate .Miller home, J I O O 7th Avc. N., noun. Lake Township Oweso C!ub, Cllj- Hall noim. L i n c o l n School Student Council. i'?::;fl. Women Howlers League. Lee Lanes. Ma son City, I ::ifl. L i b r a r y Keaddifr Club, Mrs. J. V. Holm i n f . in S. Sth St., 2. Christian Church Fellowship, church parlors, f»:3l). Jlen's Fellowship, church parlors, Ii:lt0. Daughters of Union Veterans, C i t y ' H a l l , ~:'M. AVa-Tan-Ye Club. 3frs. Paul Miller, KOI 2nd A v e . S., 7::;0. Newcomers Club, Hewitt's, 7:"0. Adult class In wuoilwork, High School, 7:.'iO. Hoy Scout Iroop 17, J u n i o r H i g h ; Troop 75, Zlon Lutheran Church; Troop ^U. Melhoillsl Church. 7:110. Ml. Vernon JJoj's 1-H Club, Burchlnul Hall, 7:110. Odd Fellows Loilee, J O O F Tlall, 8. TUESDAY--l.ucky Xlne Card Club, Mrs. George Prestholl, 1:30. IH-Lo llridse Club, Mrs. F. C. Cookman, ViUi) Main Ave., l::!0. Civic League, Clly Hall,'!!. Kplscopal Men's Cafe. ::«. Fellowship, Halford's F i l l out this blank and mail It to us today--and ovoid missing any copies of the Globe-Gaxette. OLD ADDRESS Nome Route or Box No. Chapter BA, PEG, Mrs. Ira W. Jones. ·101 N. :!rii St., K:30. Vollure 581, 10 and 8. All Veteran* Social Center. 7:110. Itebekah Degree Staff. IOOF H a l l , 8. I're-School Studj (iroup, Mrs. R a l p h Sccory, 101.4 S. 3rd St.. 8. W E D N E S D A Y -- Coffee Club, Mrs. Ed O'DonnclI. .Mason Cilr. all day. Thimble Bee Club, Mrs. Harry T. Peterson, all day. Lions Club, All Veterans Social Center. Congregational Women's Fellowship: Group 1--Mrs. L. H'. Mahouc, SOI .'IrU Avc. N., 1; G r o u p ;:--Mrs. N. U. Jlice. 101 S. flth S:., 12::tO; Croup S--Mrs. Shirley K t m b a l l , I.IOl N. Shore Drive, Ir.'lll; Group 3--Mrs. Robert Kabrick, U^N. flth St., 1 : 3 0 : Group 1--The Misses Ida and Nan C l a c t , t i l N. tin St., 1. Friendly Oarden Club, Mrs. Henrj Thomas, 151! N. Shore Drive. 1. Thought and Thimble Club, Mrs. Ror Scott, 1:30. Colonial Club. Mrs. Dale Marsh, 1:30. Ventura Woman's Club, Ventura schoolhouse, ;'. Home Improvement Club. Mrs. J a m e s A. H a n l c y , 000 2ml Ave. N., ^. Woman's C l u b dance classes. Public Lib r a r y , l:"0 lo (!:I3. American Legion Auxiliary. Cltv Hall, Double C Class Father-Son banquet, Methodist Church, Br-IS. Weslejan Service G u i l d , Methodist Church, Mason City. G:30. " Aravet Post 133, A l l Veterans Social Center, 7::tl). TllUliSDAY -- R o t a r y Club, All Velerans Social Center, 12:15. Twentieth Century Club. Mrs. R. W Peterson. "15 N. Shore D r i v e , 1. Ziou Lutheran Aid, Church parlors, 'I. Christian Women's Fellowship, Mrs. 0 T. Balniat, :I07 N. 8lh St., 'I. Itusy Hee Club, .Mrs. Ernest Carr, ','.. Sorosls Clnb, Mrs. L. K. Jacnhson, ','00 N. Shore Drive. 2:'M. R o y a l Neighbor Club. Sirs. F. H. Karl I50fi Main A v e . . -2:;\0. Crescent Club. -Mrs. L. M. Bawden, 100 Ith A v e . N.. 2:SO. A m v e l A u x i l i a r y 135, All Veterans Socia ,Center, 7. Order of D e M o l a y practice, Masonic Temple. Clear Lake firemen. Fire Station, 8. Fertile Ltveirlrcs 1-H Club, Grant Cen ter schoolhouse. 8. Odd Fellows E n c a m p m e n t and A u x i l i a r y IOOF Hall, 8. FRIT) A V--World Day of Prayer observance, Congregational Church, :.'. Woman's R e l i e f Corps, IOOF Hall, 'J. Children's story hour, public l i b r a r y . Verily Lodge 'i50, A.F. and A . M . , Masonic Temple, 7::iO. I'TA, Lake 1 schoolhouse, S. SATURDAY--Drivers' license examiners City H a l l , 8 a.m. to I 'p.m. Bookmobile d a t e s : Howard Oehlert home 1 : 1 5 to ·i:l."»j Ventura Schoolhnuse, ^:;i( to 3:15. llethlehcm L u t h e r a n A i d , Mrs. r. J redcrson. 11 S. Kith St.. ::. lesson. Mrs. .John Eoseland, as sistecl by Mrs. Merriman, Mrs Paul Leinke and Mrs. Fred Thics will entertain March 26. Circle 3 Meets Mrs. Charles Jorgenson, assistcc by Mrs. Hyle Lowman and Mrs Fred Fankell, entertained Circle 3. Mrs. Earl Btakely led devo lions and Mrs. Carrie Watts gave the lesson. Mrs. Roliin Luscomb is hostess March 26.. Circle 5 met at the parsonage with officers in charge. Martha Perry was in charge of the lesson Mrs. Henry Myhr will entertain March 20. " Mrs. J. T. Charlesworth gave he lesson for Circle 8 at the hnrch. Mrs. J. V. Mahan, hos ess, was assisted by Mrs. V. Ken ledy and Mrs. Mae Collinson ·Irs. Elton Hills led devotions ilrs. Beryl Hansen is hostess larch 26. Are Co-Hostesses Circle 10 met at the Floyd Phil ips home. Mrs. Leo Edwards Mrs. R. D. Robbins were co- lostesses. Mrs. Richard Nicker- on led devotions and Mrs. Robbins gave the lesson. Mrs. Kenneth Coates entertains March 26. Mrs. W. R. Noland was a guest of Circle 7 at the home of Mrs. C. E. Ferson. Mrs. Arvig Nelson Jed devotions and Mrs. P. Kramer ave the lesson. Mrs. Sidney Halord is hostess March 26. Mrs. Harvey Franks led devo- ions for Circle 9 at the home of ilice Thompson. Mrs. Gerald Yen gave the lesson. Miss Octa- ia Williams is hostess March 2G. *. CLEAR LAKE--The City Council Priclay evening bought the M. Brownstone property on S. 4th St. "or a parking lot. The price was $11,000. The down payment of $2,200 was nade. Allan Wind, city engineer, vas instructed to make all necessary preparations for developing a parking lot as soon as the house s vacated and moved away. V. C. Bendero/f, Des Moines con .ractor, was engaged by the council .0 carry on street improvements as advocated by Wind. Mayor M. A: Hintzman explained councilmen that the council is working on a program of street rc- aairs, doing a certain amount each year. Wind indicated the repairs ic believed necessary and possible for 1954. Carl Anderson was granted permission to construct a'garage buikl- ng to be used for storage and as a workshop and W. L. Brown, to juild a breezeway and storage space. Alvln Weaver was given permission to buil4 a two-stall garage and P. T. Castle to build a garage and storage space. Will Investigate The request of R. 0. Younger* man to move a two-story, 28 foot square frame house from the country to 62 8th Ave. N., was held ovci for investigation, as was the application for permission to build 10 by 25 foot signboard on properU along Highway 18. Marimus Mortcnsen reccivct' permission to remove three feet of curb to make an entrance to his garage. The request of Ernest Andersen to build a residence on Glh Avc.. S., was held over until latei for the purpose of considering sewer building possibilities. Mayor Hintzman announced the receipt of the annual report on the public library. After rcadin; of the report the council voted thai Town State. NEW ADDRESS Name Route or Box No. Town, State. Change to New Address on (give date) GIVEN FAREWELL CLEAR LAKE -- Mr. and Mrs Otto B. Peterson, who are moving to a farm near Lcland soon, %vere honored at a chicken dinner party al Hewitt's Friday evening. The honorees won the grand prize, egg cartons containing money for a new lamp for their home, in a contest entitled "A Rainy Day on the Farm." Group- singing and a number of short talks completed the program. The courtesy was ar ranged by Myhr and Erickson. Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Henry Mrs. H. L Paper Now Delivered by M A I L . C A R R I E R BOY CARD OF THANKS Thanks to the doctors, : nurses and aides at Mercy Hospital, also for the flowers, candy, .gifts, beau tiful cards and letters sent to me during my illness. AH was apprc ciatcd. Mrs. Henry Slccge. Investor's Forum-Stockholder Has Share in U. S. System EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one of a series of weekly articles on investments by Harry France, nationally known investment court' selor and financial writer. The purpose of the series is to give read ers information on investments in easy to understand form. France will analyze the latest trends of the markets and report on federal legislation affecting investors. By H A R R Y C. F R A N C E Forty dollars will introduce any investor in America to the greatest economic system the world has ever known. That amount of money will set up a plan oC saving and investment enabling those who participate in it to buy the best cciuilies. It has been concoivcc by t h e New, York Stock Ex change -- t h e leading securi ties market. II is being pro motecl by mem bcr firms cv erywhcre. The median ics of the plai F R A N C E a r e describee comprehensively in the literature now being distributee!. It promises to acquaint millions of new stockholders will) the dynamic character of our free enterprise system and with its rewards to tlmsc who save money and invest it systematically. Briefly, it works like this: An investor selects a stock he wishes to buy on the installment plan. The painstaking c a r e exercised i n choosing the security augurs well for its quality. He can deposit as little as 540 a month, or the same amount every three months, in paying for his stock. He receives all the rewards Jin dividends and other emoluments Hog Market Is Irregular CHICAGO I,?) -- Barrows a n i l gilts cased around 25 cents white sows sold 25 to 50 cents higher on ;he hog market this week. Large local packers look an increased proportion of the hog run this week but trading was rnlhci dull on most sessions. At the week's close top stood at $2G.!0, down 25 cents from the previous weekend but up 30 cents from mid-week. Choice and prime steers sold steady to 50 cents higher but all other grades of steers, as well as all heifers, ended the week steady to 50 cents down. USD A--Salable hugs MO, l o l u l MOO esll mated! comiiureil week ago: Harrows anil gilts around M l o w n r i sows 8B-30 higher- at weeks clone lup 'Jii.10, paid for a car o choice mostly S-'O I I ) . averages i ims choice lRO--;::i) Hi. harrows ami g i l l s clcisei al '.Vi.v.'i-'.'II.H; a f u w loads ami Inls choice UKI-r.'O ll. :il an.'JS ami »8.:ir; r h n l i t i i - ^ l l l ·J7H I h . butchers- nlosril ut IJ.V.'.VJR."!. mos ·iH(KIK) I I I . a v r n i K C ·, I..W-'. ."i.'!31 now w e l e l i liiB f r o m :ui)-i;u(l ll. sold l a t e . l a r K u l y an corillni; to w e i g h t , from :.'l.iUI-'.':i.ritl. Salable c a l l l c ':uu r s l l i u a l i t i l i I n l a l no e l v n i i nimpureil w e e k a g o : Cluilre am Lirlme slcers slcaily In no holier; iithcr. and all heifers steady lo 50 l o w e r ; cow ·!X lo mostly flu higher: hulls UKi-l.r.o high er: v c a l c r s s l e a i l y ; slockers am! f e e d e r s t e a d y ; d e f i n i t e l y jirlme grade steer w e i g h i n g 1,01)0-1, MIO Ib. .17..1U-KU.30. f l v i loads l.lll.VJ.r;: Hi. w e i g h t s :ill.(10, Ihe lop most choice to low prime steers ·J-. .7S-^1.()(I hulk choice jjrades 'M.OO-'in.nO, severa loails choice I,IIC-I,.V,M .Ih. w e l K l i l s W.OI) ~ 1. ','.; mnsl good lo low choice slrerj W.IHi-'l'i.M; commercial (o low gonil crailc! l(;.llll-l!l.-|(l, v m o s l l y n;.:,ll up: cnlter am u l l l l l y steers i:i.l)0-l.-,.nili load a v e r a g i p r i m e to high prime l . i : i ! Hi. l u l x e i l Met-r. ami heifers 'I'M, few Mica high choice am prime heifers'. , i .!ill. bulk gouil am choice h e i f e r s lX.; T ill--JX.VI; u l l l i t y to I n v good grades M . O O - I K . d O i t u n loads hlgl ·inunicrclal asul gimil 1 , 1 1 ( 1 »nd I.'.'M Ih :ows, and heifers m i x e d I r i . U l l i most Ute ales u l l l i t y ami commercial cows -!l..*iU :!..*»(». few lo 11.11(1; canucrs and cutter (UIO-II..-0, soiiit- cullers ami u t i l i t y cow: m i x e d M . 7 S J l a l e sales u t i l i t y and coiiimcr l a l l i u l l s I I . ( H I - I 7 . I I O . mostly lti.:,ll down choir 1 reek's e a r l y lop 1,1. JOi few high anil p r i m i- veilcrs 2HM, commercia choice Ili.ufl-'jK.IIO, l a r g e l y 17.0(1 up. Salable' sheep 100 e s t i m a t e d ; t o t a l no g i v e n : c o m p a r e d u'eck a g o : A -'1.11(1 to ate for :mi»Uy prime !0 Ib. woolsklns l U l k good li priii|e l a m b s 1 I D Ih. ilowi';;l.!i0: choice and prime 100 Ih. f a l horn l a m h s ',!,'.IHVM./iu and 'M Ib. lamb r l l h No. ·· skins 21..10: l l m i l c i l number choice ami prime I'.'H Ib. w o o l s k l n s l u t at . I I I . D O ; e a r l i e r In week gimil lo prim v o u l s k l n s hnlki-ci ·il).0()-;^.,1rt and choice un p r i m e I I ' M I ! ! Ih. f a l l shorn lambs 1'J.OII I M . i . l ! two loads of ll'J Hi. Colorado fed ambs oflcred e a r l y ··'..·::,-. cull lo l o w gooil l a m h s h u l k e d ll.on-'.'l).oo. the mayor send a letter commend- that other stockholders get. · _ * i _ _ T ;i I 1 r I i ,. ...^-. ° ing the Library board for its re- porl and for the improvements the building the past made on season. James B. (Pete) Conroy, FT A ing program another rink W.L A.M. Club History Is Read CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. V e r n e fathahs was a guest of W.L.A.M. :lub for an all clay meeting at the lome of Mrs. Ed Ashland who was assisted by Mmes. Orville Stine- lart and Jesse Prescott. The pro- ram included a history of the club read by Mrs. H \Varren Clark and Mrs. Herman Holland. Mrs. John A.sh5and is hostess March 25. Mrs. Raymond McCoid and sons, vith husbands of members, were guests of Linger Longer Birthday .ib at the home of Mrs. August Jitker. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Frank Clark will entertain March 11. Mrs. Earl M a c k entertained recreational c h a i r m a n , sent a letter of thanks to the council for its assistance in carrying out a skat- and recommending or two be built in other areas next winter. Mayor Hintzman expressed his willingness to co-operate in every way possible to increase recreational facilities. Ask for Signs A petition signed by 72 residents along the new Highway 18, and addressed to the City Council and Iowa Highway Commission asking the installation of "Stop" and "Go" signs at the intersections of Highway 107 with Highway 18'was read. Mayor Hintzman directed that the petition be sent at once to State Highway Commission. Engineer Wind was given permission to attend a city engineers' conference at Ames next week and also a meeting at Des Moines March 23 and 24. Problems of the water department, highway safety, sewer construction and child care were discussed. The council agreed that, n the future, the use of the City ·lall for r u m m a g e sales, brcak- asts and other ,, money raising schemes will be restricted to those rom which the proceeds are for iltruislic purposes. No restriction s placed on purely social meetings View Club at the home of icr mother, Mrs. Harry Bell. Mrs. W. J. McGowan was a guest. Mrs. Earl Lambert reviewed "East of Eden" by Steinbeck. Mrs. Leo AHstot, Mason City, is hostess at a 1 p.m. luncheon March 11. Mrs. Ray Kruggel, Mrs. John Perkins and Mrs. Robert Stuart won prizes in bridge at a social session of today's Club held at the lome of Mrs. John W. Anderson. Dinner was served. Mrs. Kruggel s hostess March 10 when Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. M. W. Hughes vill give the lesson. Mrs. J. A, Medlin Receives Gift CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. A. Mcd- in received an anniversary gift at i meeting of Camp Ground Social Ulub Friday at the home of Mrs. Art Gilbert who rservnd a potluck dinner. It was decided to snnd a gift to Neal Garlock who is in a hospital in Germany. Mrs. Marvin Anderson will entertain at an evening meeting March 12. Losers in a contest conducted by Chapter AQ, Iowa TTT Society, entertained winners at a progressive dinner ^ party 'with Mrs. Arthur Peterseh the L first'hostess. Mrs. E. H. Neal, second hostess, servci dessert and coffee after which bridge was played. : , Mrs. J. Z Stevens won traveling prize, Mrs C. E. Melcher and ;Mrs. Charlcj Ramsey tied'-for. high "score am Mrs. B. D. Mcrriman , won low Mrs. V. E. Young .will be hostesf at a 1 o'clock sack luncheon March U. except that reservations are to jc made with the city clerk to avoid date conflicts. Mayor Hintzman said he would try to arrange a personal meeting Promotes Loyalty The potentialities of this plan are imitless. Today, it is estimated t h a t there are around 7,000,000 stockholders in America. As this column has so often pointed out, .he productive wealth of the United States should be much more widely distributed. Government savings bonds arc held by more than 70,000,000 different individuals, institutions and societies. One does not hear about ihis often, but it has always seemed to me that possession of Uncle Sam's bonds strengthens the political ties of his citizens to him. An investor with government bonds, bought out of savings, is likely to be a .person ioyal to our system of government and lo our institutions. Free Enterprise In like mariner, getting the best common stocks into the hands of millions of savers should strengthen the faith of those persons in America's free enterprise system. This New York Stock Exchange savings-and-inveslmcnt plan will make owners of corporate business aware of the risks and rewards, the privileges and responsibilities of equity ownership. And that will be all to the good. With 70 million savings bond holders in the country it should not be too difficult, over a period of time, to double the present number of stockholders. The present ratio between bond and stock holders is about 10 to 1. More Stockholders Through the operation of the new stock plan (if it is properly pro moted) this ratio should be cu! with Mrs. J. P. Anderson, presi- down to 5 to 1. That would mean dent, regarding the invitation given in the immediate years ahead jy the city to the Friendly Garden Club to take over the "Plant Iowa" city beautification project requested by Gov. William S. Beardsiey. Mayor Hintzman requested a special session for M a r c h 8 when it is expected council members now on vacation will have re- Lurned. Speaker to Address Charles City Women CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Lloyd M. White, Kansas City, Mo., will appear under the sponsorship of the Charles City Woman's Club, March 15 at the high school. Her topic will be, 'Philosophy Thru' Your flat." Mrs. White was guest speaker at the Rotary Club here last year. All proceeds will be used for Christie. seven million new stockholders. To those savers who are inter ested in the plan, these suggestion. 1 are offered: 1. Select, stocks with long divi clend records. 2. Ask yourself: "Will this stock ;row with America?' 3. Ask also: "Will I be able to carry through any plan of invest mcnt covering the period of m aving? New York Stock Exchange f i r m s throughout Ihe country have the literature that outlines the plan and gives in detail the method of its operation. SWEHLA RITES HELD ALTA VISTA--Funeral services for Mrs. Ed Swchla, 64, were held Friday at St. Bernard's Catholic Church. She died at a hospital in New Hampton Wednesday. She had been in the hospital since May 31, 1953, when she was struck by a car at Cedar Rapids. She leaves her husband, two sons, one daughter, 1.0 grandchildren and one brother. She was born in Chickasaw County, farmed near Alta Vista until 1938, then moved to Alta Vista. Five years ago they moved to Charles A mcrry-go-around built in 1850 is still in use al Watch Hill, R. I. Originally it was turned by a draft horse. Local Livestock IIOCS -- d'hone 406.1) Tho fiiltuwlnc prices were bid mil Mid t Hl::lll ».m. (or (ooil to choice hugs dr- Ivercd tit our plant III M»«on City. This uarlcel i« subject to chiujfe-. MASON CITY--For SaluriUy ileuily. · . - ; ' · · . ' ' . : ' · · iooii iifht ii(hi i(to-ili) ;::I.';TI Ooorf' Ufh't light* 17(-I«u 134M louil llfrhl lielils I80-1UO S-J3.SS iood lljlit l i g h t s lUd-'iOfl Vi.V.W loud iiicdliim wri(hU .'.'.'.'.'. 310-JJ3I) *'!.VIO loud medium wrljhK ^:ii)-'i1l) S'.'A.iii) iooil incillum Heights . . . . . . "1U--W) Svft.OO ;(Hid m e d i u m weight! U.W-'iBO S';i.:o iood medium n'elghl.s i!*iO-270 8*1,11) ·ucd metliuni welghls "7Q-'!HO ff~l.ll) ioud medium weight* 2HOV1UO S'.M.BO rSood medium weights :!00-3UO loud in r (11 n in H'elj[hts :llH)-olu iood meillut\i w e l c h U 'luoil { iiic-cliiim iveljchls 'liiod medium weight* ,tiod mrdlum weights liuoit iDediuin \velghts ijuoil sow» , iiiiud sows liiod M » S (iood soVi iood sow* 'illOlt SOWS :tM-;tio $·;·:.:« 270-Kull S^.lMI :IIHI.MO MiKifio srj.oo HWJ-IOO VM..IU -100- 1 SO S'll.lMI -IM'I-SOO «.!!« CATTLE -- rhon« 4071 MASON' CITV-- For S«turday Prlmo oleers S2.V(HI-:Jl.lli I'rlmo h«lfer« SSI.IW-'.M.DO Chulca Meeri JM.OO-25.UO Ufinlca helferi Si I .(KNKI.rtO ood steers SUUKJ-SII.60 Good hcHers 517,50-^0.00 C o m m e r c i a l stcrrs hrirers .. 5 1 1 . l l l l - l . V I I U U t i l i t y mtvr* £ heifer* S IMIO-lf.l'fl C o m m e r c i a l oowj SU.ll(l-i:i.H Utlllly Co\vs SIMXMUU) a Uanne» an.) cutlcrj * S.00-10.00 Midwest Livestock (SATUU D A Y ' S 1 K I C K S ) A l b e r l A u s t i n , Trend (iooit llulchcr.v I.VI-lliU Ih ..... IW1-I70 Ibs. . . . 170-181) U.S. . . . I K I I - l i H I I b s . . . . l U I I - M O U.S. . . . ·.'IHVilll His. ... K X I I - ' J I O Ibs. sin-wo ibi. -'.'Wl Ibs. ·JHO-r.'!M) His. 0-,'li)| tlis. I - - ! I U I b s . K I I O Ibs. Steady 2I.1S ·i'i.7.1 Minn. Steady -.'.-..oo ::i.'d 21.10 21. ni ·M, XI) Good Packing Sows '.·70-300 )b« 1M.OO ;!iio-:i:!ii ibs r;.ja :ao-:i(ifl ib* :ili()-10ll llis 2I.M lOU-IM Ibl ' 2 1 . 0 1 ) . I.10-.1IXI !h» -M.aO SOO-.'iSII I b s . ' ^0.00 2 1 .·;,· iil i 50 ·J.i.oo 21.711 :M.IO 21.10 2:1. HI) 2.'l. M 23.2(1 2'i.W) 2'J.f.O S'.'.rw S'.'.OO '.'1. 7 II S.'t.OO sr.'.srt 22.00 2 1 .:,o . 21.00 20.30 20.00 U'altr- lon Stendy 21.7,% 23.W) "JJ..W 2S..'.0 2J.'.iO as. :io J.'j.OI) S I . 7(1 2 1 . 1 0 2 1 . 1 0 2:1.80 2.1. M 2:1.20 2:1.110 22.::w 22,00 2 I . 7 U 2.1. WO 22.7,1 22.nn 22.00 2!..'.« 21.00 20.,'iD EST1MAT11I) 1.1VKSTOCK K E C E I T T S ( S a t u r d a y ' ! ! . M a r k e t ) C H I C A G O H i -- U n o f f l c U l e s l l m a l e d I l i - e s l n c k r c r e l p l s f o r A l o n d a y : Hogi t),000f c a t l l c 18,1100; j l i e e j i 3,000. THE FORUM (Q) "How and where can ! buy the best stocks?" (A) In every city, town and ham- ct in America where there is a lank, an officer of the institution wii) be able to give you proper in- itructions. (Harry C. France will answer one letter each week through .this column. If you have any investment questions, write in care of this newspaper). (Copyright 1D54, General Features Corp.) McCoy Tells of Activities Jaycees Organize Forest City Unit CLEAR LAKE -- Don McCoy, ^resident of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, reported on the Forest ;ity extension project at a special session of the local Jaycees at the A.11 Veterans Social Center Friday evening. Officers hnve b e e n elected, 25 members have been signed up and charter night will be set soon. McCoy said that Forest City is e first new club to he organized in the stale this year. McCoy and Ronald Moshcr, secretary, attended d rctension meeting of the Garner Club Wednesday evening. A new president was elected. A membership drive will be put on and reorganization effected. Attending the meeting were 3t Jaycees representing Clear Lake, Mason City, Clarion, Algona, Britt and Fort Dodge in addition to Garner. To Hear "Veep" It was reported that Orvin Fjarc, Big Timber, Mont., national vice president, will speak at Mason City Monday evening and that the Clear Lake Jaycees arc all invited to attend. Bob Nedved, chairman of the "Teen Age Road-co" reported progress on the local contest lo be held in May. This is a still-driving test in which young drivers compete for points. The best score entitles the winner lo enter the state contest al Marshalltown. The Jaycees voted to sponsor the "Outstanding Young F a r m e r Award" again this year. Suggestions for judges for the Miss Iowa Beauty Pageant were given. McCoy explained the "Key Men" award starting this year. Members Corning 250 points through participation in various activities arc eligible to enter. Three awards arc to be given. It was decided to send copies of the local Jaycce bulletin to each Clear Lake service man. Explains Terms Ralph Shclton, Mason City, stale vice president, spoke on recent ac tivities of Iowa clubs and explained extension and relension. He announced the state convention in DCS'Moines April 30 and May 1 ant 2. Chan Lysne reported on the 1954 Clear Lake directory now ready for the sale of advertisements. W. C. Rich, a director, presided Dick Van Slyke and Ray Uthe were welcomed as new members The next meeting will be announced. Mason City Grain At 12:30 p.m. Saturday Oats 75c Corn, No. 2 SI.32 Soybeans 53.10 Mason City Produce (Quotations hy E. G. RIorsc) At 10 a.m. Saturday Eggs, No. 1 39c Eggs, No. 2 35c Eggs, No. 3 30c Hens, heavy b r e e d s , 5 Ibs. over ,... .... 20c Old Cocks 120 LEGAL NOTICES BRIGGS RITES HELD IOWA FALLS--Funeral services for Leon Orcn Briggs, 82, who died Wednesday af the hospital at Independence, were held Saturday at the Home for Funerals with the Rev. Preston S. Hinderks, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiating. Burial was in the C o t t a g e cemetery, southwest of Iowa Falls. He was born near Iowa Falls Nov. 5, 187J, son of Mr. and Mrs. L, T. Briggs. He was a rural school teacher when he was a young m a n . OUTPUT ROUNDUP Here's how key industries fared in 1953 versus '52: Prod ucl ion Indicators lass vs. 1952 PERCENT CHAHCE CABS' ° *" t? ° *» + " STEEL ELECTR. MACH. . . . HUBBEB PAPER PROD. . . . riONFER. METALS . rOMUNO. OUTPUT CHEMICALS . . PETROLEUM BET. . LUM»EH 4 ?ROD.. , TRUCKS NONELECT. MACH. , RAILROAD CARS · · APPAREl rooo MFcC.,... TEXTltES . . . . . . . TOBACCO....!.'.. COAL , . . . . . . , . . Dalo: r.J.ta! H.,.r». Joe id . Mania Xol« NOTICE OF rilOHATE OF WII.I. TATK OP I O W A , Ccrro Gordo County sv In District (Jourl No. 8239. January Term, 1951. To All Whom II Slay Concern: You arc hereby notified. Hint nn instrument of writing purporting to he tho last Will nnd Testament of Ida Lester, deceased, d.-itcil December 16th, I3S3, hav- l)cen this clay t i l e d , opened and read, Thursday Ihe l l t h clny of March. 19M, is "i.vcd for hcarlntf prout ot Mine at the ;ourt House In Mason City, Iowa, hclore he Olslricl Court ol s.ild County, or the Clerk ot said Court: and at 10:00 o'clock \ . H I . , of the tlay above mentioned all per- ·sons Interested arc hereby notified anil required to appear, and show cause, II ·my they have, why instrument should not Ve probated nnd allowed as nnd for Iho ast W i l l and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, February l l t h , 193-1. S. H. .MacPEAK. Clerk o£ the District Court By JO ANN MULLEN, Deputy NOTICK OP I'ROUATE OK Wll.l. STATIC OF I O W A . Cerro Gordo County as. in District Court No. 8237. January Term. 1954. To All Whom It M»j- Concern: Von are horeliy notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to bo the. last Will ami Testament of John K. Dolan, deceased, ilalecl May 28, 1949. having been this clay filed, opened anil read, Wednesday the 10th clay of March, 195-1. is fixed for hoarins proof ot same at tho Court House In Mason City, lown, before the District Court of saltt County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, nnd slioiv cause. If any they have, why Instrument should nnt he probated and allowed as and for the- last Will and Testament ol said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, February llth, 133-1. S. II. MacPEAK, Clerk of the District Court 'Ily .10 ANN MULLEN, Deputy NOTICK OF THE A P P O I N T M E N T OP A n . M I M S T K A T K I X STATE OK IOWA, Cerro Gordo County sa No. 82-13. Notice is hereby Riven, that the under- sisncd has been duly appointed and q u a i l fled as Administratrix ol the estate of Elizabeth I), nodding, deceased, late of Ccrro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said oslalc arc requested to make immediate payment: and Ihose having claims against the same will present them, duly aulhenlicalcd. to Ihe undersigned for allowance, and flic In the olfico of the Cleric of the District Court. MARY REDDING MORGAN J. McENANEY, Atlorncy Dated February 19th, 1954. S. K. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court ny JO ANN MULLEN, Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF KXECUTHIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County sj No. 8159. Notice IK hereby _nivcn, that the undersigned has- been duly appointed ami qualified as Executrix of (he estate of Rebecca Nlckcrson, deceased, laic of Ccrro Gonio County. All persons indebted to said c.itatts are requested ( to make Immediate payment; and those having claim* ngaJnst the same will prciront t h e m , duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the: olficc of the Clerk of (lie District Court. . MRS. ELMER E. NELSON AIASON t STONE, Attorney's Dated February 19, 1954. S. II. MncPEAK, Clerk District Court By JO ANN MULLEN, Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OK KXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County us, . N o . B228 . . . . . . ' Nolicc Is hereby Riven, that the tinder, signed hna been duly appointed «ncl quailfled: as Executrix of the estate of Dena ScticH, deceased, late of Ccrro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to Haiti estnl* arc requested lo make Immediate pay- mcnt; and those having claims against the name will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In Ihe office of the Clerk ot the District Court, BELLE A. CARROLL '£V , ,. L. "' "· DUNN, Atlorncy Dated February 25th, 1D."M S. If. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court Ily JO ANN MULLEN, Deputy

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