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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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Here and There-News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota GOODELL-Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Nebel of Hartley.are guests in the a o a r e y . a r e guests ,,, t . d t e r o r v home of Mayor and Mrs. J. j. is visiting her brother and wife! Cook. 0 ' T ATIMIT-O xr ,, lu m l a - Darius juni, and LATIMER - Norman Meyer re- helped celebrate their silver wed- tumed home : after spending the ding past week attending the National BRITT_Mr. and Mrs. A. P Nel- mCetmg St Webster *°« are both in the Mercy Hosp- AH M , t«UnEort-Dodgo,: where Mr.-' Nil- Minn.-- Mr, and Mrs. son had surgery Saturday. Mrs Aspenson and Cheryl of Nelson will remain for rest and Wardsworth, Nev,, are visiting treatment. _ Dale ,, three weeks at the parental Alfred Aspenson home. rt AiTTiSNT ». , ' ';., "'.'?' """"· ."junciuu tuiu luaoei GRAFTON-- Mrs... William Rap- visited in Aberdeen, S. D with path, Mrs. Irene Hartwig, Phyllis the Chester Bjonerud and William and Jimmy and Mrs. George Kline Montag families. and Lynn Marie visited recently Cedar Rapids. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ,._. , ^^ ...«. . u , +w**.^v« 4 » - \ - t i m y in v-f* n-iin.jrxtv ---- J,»il , « t l l U It I FS. ^JL" the Louis Schlotterback home in lan ""o Albertson and family left r1 "''"" " -! J - for Gairetson, S. D,, to attend the Hermanson family reunion. WODEN--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buns Aug. 22. They now have four children. .This is their first son. bert Muhlenbruck moved in the new home which has been recently completed. Mr. and Mrs. Claude West moved in the house vacated by the Muhlenbrucks MELTONVILLE -- Recent guests in the home of Mrs. Cora Griener were; Lewis y. Griener of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mr; and Mrs. Delos Huber o£ Badger, Wis, GRAFTON-- Claude Reeck of La Fayette, Ind., arrived for a visit wilh his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd :Recck. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Nelson of Rockford, 111., were recent guests of Mrs. Allard Hanson. They came here from 'St. Ansgar where they had been visiting Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koball. GOODELL^R o b e r l Ostendorf and-Richard Lauen are in National Guard training for two weeks at Camp McCoy, Wis. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. William Mollenbeck and children left for their home at Salem, Ore., after spending a month with'JMr.'Mol- lenbeck's mother, Mrs. Gussie, Mol- lenbeck, and his brothers and sisters and families. KIESTER, Minn. -- Sgt. D a l e . Thompson left this week for Fort Gordon, Wash., following a furlough with relatives and friends at Kiester and Bricelyn. ; BRITT--Miss Miriam Northey of Milford, the new home economics instructor in the local school, arrived in Britt and took up her new . , duties this week. POPE JOY--Mr.' and Mrs. Virgil Miller and family are spending a '" few clays with Mrs. Miller's brolh- Elclon Barnes of Springfield, Mo ' Becker- of -Granada, Minn,, and ' lenbruck and Will Holze homes. LATIMER--Mrs. Dagmar Sor'en- of Askov, Mr. and Mrs. M'arius Juhl, and CALMAR -- Idor Bjonerud and Mrs. Randi Bjonerud and Mabel C A L M A R -- M r . and Mrs. Gr- and Mrs. Orvlc their family of LELAND--Mr. Thprsheim and ,, ,, ,,. Chino, Calif., have just completed a 10-day visit with relatives here, including the Lloyd Thorsheim family and the Oscar M. Ambroson family/ LATIMER--Miss Rhogene Muhl- enbruck returned from a recent visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Troesler, at Hampton, Neb. She had accompanied her grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Imerman, of Hampton. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hathaway of Mason City were recent visitors in t h e - h o m e of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs.'Hathaway are leaving for Fresno, Calif., to -spend several weeks with their son Clifford and family. McINTIRE--Guests at the Fred Blake home this week are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Freund, Edwin Freund of Neillsvillc, Wis., and Florentine Nosbick o£ Colby, Wis. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Marius Juhl celebrated their 25lh wedding anniversary recently with open house in the afternoon. STACYVILLE--A family reunion was held at the home of Mrs. Clara Puckett honoring Mrs. Ella Dense of Mona. SWALEDALE -- Mr. a n d Mrs. Lloyd Hansen of Redfield, S. D., and Mrs. Ralph Reisinger of Rosemond, Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M..W. Ames. LYLE, Minn.--LuVerne Ander ,, _ ,, , _ ,, - . . , . -- . . v . ... uu i^t v . , w i i u I l a v u c l l Q U UCUU V l b L l l I l g cr-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. son,' who purchased a house in relatives here, returned to their Mona, la., from Mrs. George Lar- home in Nevada. J _ J L V * U , J J _ . u a i l w o VJ1. VJ^Jl J I J g L l c l u , -L1.LU. A , * . W * J » , J I I . , 11 U I J 1 i r Z J i a . \ J U U I £ £ C Ija L ' Their son, Donald Miller o£ Camp son, moved his family there from Polk, La., is a visitor in the Barnes Austin the first of the week Mr home for a few days also. and Mrs. Anderson have three chili ^TM" TM" """ ^T^ LATIMER-Mr. and Mrs. Henry dren all o£ school age tuinecl from a 10 day tup to Colp- GHAPIN-^Mrs C A Banker , , Mrs. Minnie Greier and Miss' Meta and daughter Miss Viola B a n e r j Greier of Northrup, Minn., were and son Luther accompanied by visitors recently in the Louis Muh- Mrs. Banker's mother, Mrs. Minnie Roney of Swalcdale drove to Peter- PEACHES ARE HERE! MAKE JAM AND JELLY W I T H SURE-JELL" PECTIN TODAY! *A natural fruit pectin product! Trend flood Butchen-50-100 Ibk S13.2S 60-170 ib» ....,...,,.. J10.25 70-180 Ibl , $18.51) 80-190 Jb. 10,50 90-200 Ibl $20,00 100.210 Ibl SIO.SO J10-22U Ibl $10.30 220-230 Ibl $20.50 2.10-240 Itii S20.50 *40-2SO ll)« J20.2.1 2JO-280 lb $20.00 260-370 lt 119,75 270-160 Ibl. $19:50 260-290 Ib ,.,.., $19,15 290-300 Ibl , . . , . , ' $ 1 9 . 0 0 300-310 Ibs. , S18.75 310-350 lb» ; , .. J18.50 320-330 ll)». , . . , . *U.M' 3.10-340 '»» J1K.OO 3W-350 Ibl $17.73 IJO-300 Ibs. S17.00 Cooit Packing Sowi -170-300 UK. , J18.J5 100-3M Ibl JI7.7S 130-350 His $17,00 360-400 lh« *I«.JO 400-4SO lb«. , .',.»·,.,.· J1S.OO 150-500 Ibs S15.50 500-550 Ibj. : , »H.75 KER-SPLAT!--All. the kids loved this mess, but, Los Angeles street cleaners had a job on their hands later. It was a foggy day and t h e watermelon truck overturned when the driver swerved to. avoid running into another oar. An $800 load went ker-splftt! ; son where Miss Viola Banker will teach in the public school. CALMAR--Coach Chuck Sllvcy and family moved lo DCS Moines where he will take up his duties in the Des Moines school system. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ruka are at .Rochester, Minn., where Merle is a patient in SI. Mary's Hospilal under observation. SWALEDALE --, Mr. and Mr«, Milo Bailey of Ft. Madison visited Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Von der Linde. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Corporan and children spent several days in Emmelsburg visiting relatives and friends. Shirley and Marjorie returned home with them after spending two weeks at Em- mctsbiirg and Big Stone Lake at Clinton, Minn. WODEN--S. Sgt. "Eugene Wood left for Savannah, Ga., after spending two'weeks at the'home ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs . William Wood, and. family. Mr. and Mrs Chalmas Chestnut of Las Vegas, Nov., who have also been visiting BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobson and son Jim have re rad °' ^Vfyommg Then * par' GOODELL--Bill Butts and Mrs E. Kurtz took Olive Bulls to Fair mont, Minn., Tuesday and helped her move from an apartmenl to her own home. Olive will resume her duties as senior English teach er there, Sept. 1. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Clemenson and baby of Cherokee spent several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Trettin. LELAND -- Mrs. Margaret L. Dunbar is spending a month visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Callahan in Ri'ccville. KIESTER, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Donald Watson of Los Angeles, Calif,, arc the parents of a daugh- P^opular Brands BEER 6 Pock $1.10 Choice FRUIT and MEAT PHONE 542 223 N. FED. BEEF ROAST 59c ,, PICNIC HAMS BONELESS PORK ROAST Your Choice, lb. 39 CHOICE ROUND STEAK b ?9c LINK SAUSAGE CHEESE .* LONGHORN 49c 49c NO. 1 RED OR WHITE POTATOES r.$ £ FRESH GREEN BEANS, Ib. WAX BEANS, Ib. EGG PLANT, each Your Choice 65c SPECIAL FOR PICKLING FRESH DILL HOT PEPPERS RED SWEET PEPPERS GREEN PEPPERS CUCUMBERS GARLIC C A U L I F L O W E R Special Prices BARTLETT PEARS PEACHES, PRUNES · RUTABAGA SQUASH Your Choice Ib. 8c CORN- FETTI I6c pkg. Package CRUSHED or SLICED PINEAPPLE or BARTLETT PEARS $1.39 No. 10 Gallon Con-. STANDBY PRESERVES . . . Strawberry 2 botHei 59c MAINE SARDINES 3 com 25c NORTHERN TISSUE ' ' 2 rolls 15c C H I C K E N OF THE S E A T U N A . . ; . . . . " 3 9 c HUNT'S CATSUP 2 bottlei 39c LIBBY'S BEETS 2 com 29c HOBBY CUT GREEN BEANS 2 conj 29c POTATO CHIPS SELECT BRAND lb. OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 8IKTH 40YfAKSOtt 60 YfAKS OLD 1925 TODAY. to*livt~rmicK (ong.r than grandpa did, on th* av»roge. But th«s« MttropoH ·tan Life figurci show / t that , if ( l you ait .grandpa now ^- av*rag* futur* lif* will not fc* rnuch'.l than wa» that of your, own arondfath«r.' l' tcr born Aug. 24. Mrs. Watson Is the former L o r r a i n e ' Tryttcn, daughter ot A. G. Tryttens of near Kiesler. MELTONVILLE--Arlyn Wcineth, son o f ' M r . and Mrs. A. E. Weinclh, is a patient at Park Hospital in Mason City with pneumonia. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stadtlander of Mcservey were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hemme Hcmmes. ' BRITT--Paul Crockett of Britt, is among a group of 23 explorers from the Winnebago Council of Boy Scouts who left on a 17-day trip to the'Philmont Seoul Jlanch at Cim- jnaron, N. M. M c l N T 1 R E -- Mr. and Mrs. Archie Huddleston left Tuesday for their home at El Paso, Tex., after a few weeks' visit wilh the former's mother, Mrs. Bessie Hudel lesion. POPEJOY ·Miss Roberta Olson, who has spent the s u m m e r at the Okoboji Little Theater at Okoboji, has gone to Chapin to begin her work as teacher of the third and fourth grades in the Chapin school CHESTER--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thomns of Mazcpp!, Minn., visilec 'at the Charles Thomas home. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Jloberl Sanders returned home from a few days' trip to the Black Hills and Bad Lands in South Dakota. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Frisch nnd children,' the former's father, Anton Frisch of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Julius FItzl and f a m i l y and Mr. and Mrs. Har- Icy Walk and Anne Marie attended the Frisch reunion at Vcrdigrc, Neb. SWALEDALE -- Mr. a n t) Mrs. Lowell Ytzen and Pntty Jo and Mrs. Chris Ytzcn of Clinton were guests of Mrs. M. Swenson and Wesley. GRAFTON -- Richard Kuehn, Jack Bork, Lester Schultz, and Gene Kuntx left for a fishing trip lo Canada and northern Minnesota 160 ACRE FARM AT A U C T I O N THURSDAY, SEPT. 4th 2:00 O'CLOCK P. M. 160 acres farm land, known $ th« Schmerfman Farm, located 5 miles norrh of Kanawha, Iowa; 5Vi miles south of Britf, Iowa, on Highway No. Ill; 9 miles west of Klemme, Iowa. Located in Hancock Counry, Iowa, Township 5, Rang* IS, Southeast Quarter of Section 28. To be sold on premises. IMPROVEMENTS consisting o f i S-room house consisting of living room, 3 bedrooms, and kitchen with built-in cupboards; 2 enclosed porches; full cement basement; hot and cold water and shower bath. Barn with stanchions and adjoining pens; double corn crib; combination granary and corn crib; machine shed; mi)k house; poultry house with hydrant; hog house with feeding floor and w a t e r hydrant. New pressure w a t e r s y s t e m . All buildings equipped with high line electricity. Open for inspection at any time, with exception of dwelling, by appointment. Complete inspection can be had Monday, September lit, in afternoon; also Sept. 2nd and 3rd in a f t - ernoon, and on day of sale. This farm is well located on paved road and is in a high state of cultivation; 30 a c r e s of new clover seeding. TERMS: 25% curt in hand on day of sal*, balanc* on March 1, 1953, coincident with delivery of d^eed. Possession and a b s t r a c t showing merchantable title. Possession given on March 1, 1953. ANNA,SCHMERTMAN, C L A R A ZUMDAHL, JENNIE KOTTMAN, LETTIE DE BUHR, Owners Al Van Lori, Freeport, Illinois, Auctioneer Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S Alhoit Lea, Minn. Steady lo Austin. Minn. Slenily J18..10 119,30 $10.79 «20.35 310,71 »20.7» *20.73 W0.7S SSO.SO $10.33 $30.00 $19.73 $19.90 $19,33 $19.00 JIB, 75 Slfl.W J1B.M $ii\.on $17.75 W«l*rl»o a3c higher $17.50 $18.30 $19.30 $20.00 $20.30 $30.90 $20.30 $20.30 $20.33 $20.00 $19.7S $19.30 $19.23 519.00 $18.73 $18.30 Ccdnr R.iplds Steady $.17.30 $18.30 $19.23 $20.00 «0,25 $20.23 $20.23 $20,23 $20.00 $19,73 $19.30 $19.23 $19.00 $18.50 $18,00 $17.60 · 17.011 Sid. 50 $18,00 $13,13 $18.00 $17.75 117,30 J1B.2S $17,73 $17.23 *t(l.5fl $13.79 $19.00 $1-1,23 $18.00 $17.30 $17.30 $17.30 ; SI 8.00 $17.50 '$17.00 SI 8. 25 $13.30 $14.78 JU.OO Hog Prices Get Strong C H I C A G O W--After n slow start, the hog market Thursday gnihod .strength nnd activity, generally moving steady to 25 cents higher. Heavier weights niul sows wore in best demand, reflecting to some extent recent gains in lard prices. Cnltle were mixed in trend while sheep wore steady to weak. U R I A ) Mousi 7.SOO, Moderately active, sloncly lo strong on bulnticri; tew over 2.1U His. n» much 11.1 23 cents hlKhci't BOWS niosllj- 2S von(s lilxlier; top J21.15 for arnnnil two loatli norloil 230 II). w«lght«; mosL 190-J70 111. $50,78.21,10: few 2BO-300 Ih. $111.75-20.75] lew 160-1N II), $10-20.501 SOWN unilcr DM lt, $17,50-10,25i ,350-400:11), » ^00-.100 Ih. JI5.23.1(!,5fl! licnvlor w c l « l i l a . l a w n to 114i gooil clottrnnuo. Cnlllc: 3.000. Cnlvc'it 400. Choice nntl nlnic (iloorN nnd yonrllnss acllvD, /ileiuly :o stronKj other Krnclos alow, alenity; half- era nlow. RboiU »t«H(lyi cow» 2.V50 eonlR or moi-o lower: hullj slow, stendy lo w e n k : venlcru fully slenilyi linlk cholc* and prime stoora 531.75-31.50! few londi prime S34.7S. 35,10; liliili-cominorclnl to low-cholcu ulcers I27-31.50J inosl Rood *ml uholeo h«lfor* f2B-H2; utility nnd commercial cow* mostly $17.30-11: cnnnoi-8 nnd o u l l e m S H . 1 7 . 5 0 i utility nnd oommorclnl hull) )23-23.SO; odd hend $26; commercial lo prime vealeri J2G-33: few S34. huepi Choice anil prime, native UBiiler inmlis ulcndys top «aj Iiulk J2»- 20i culls $]0-17i moilly (12-l«[ , yoarllnni jcm-coi nUiigltter ewe« wenK at 17-0 moatly. Beans, Corn" Show Losses CHICAGO (^-Selling wns light Hit persistent, and it had (iviite «n nfluencc on prices In gi-niris on the Donrd of Trade Thursday. Soybeans nnd corn lost the most mainly in reflection of fine wcnlhoi 'or these two crops in the Midwest Wheat closed 1 to I'A lower, Sop .ember sa-ZOU-'/i, corn VA-\% lower, September $l,7G 1 !t- ! M, oats iinclijinged to Vi lower, Scptombci 2W.iSfc, rye l'/j-2% lower, Soptem bor ?1.19W, soybeans 1 lo 2V dwcr, September $3.14Vi: H, and ard 20 lo 30 cents a hundred pound lower, 'September $10.85. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK HKcilPTS ( T h u n d i y ' n M « r k « l ) - ' CflfCAQO M)-(USI)A)-E«tlmalecl ·»!, nble Itvealock recelpU fni- Frltlnys 3,000 oiit, 1,000 entile and flOO aheep. Local Livestock . 1BO-I70 $17.75 . 170-1nO JU.7S . 1 (0-190 $1(.7,1 . 100-200 !20.2S i ZOfl.220S20.fiO . 2JO-230; $20.51) . 230-240 J20.50 .,240-250 S20.25 , 250-2CO JWIOO . 21)0-270 $19.78 . 270-280 J13.SU . 280-2E10 310.25 . 290-30U 119.00 300-31(1 »1B,75 . 310-320 lln.50 . 320-330 S1B.29 . J .ID-.110 Slfl.Ot . H40-330 $17.7! ..330.360 $17.30 . 270-300 f i d . M , .1M-330 $1*.00 . .130-360 S 17.80 . 360-400 $17.00 400-4M *}J.Ja 4.10-500 $19,50 in.--Jacob E. for Thursday .. $32.00-34.00 $30 00-K2 SO $28.00.30,00 $23.00-26.00 $20,00-22.00 $H.OO-«.Ofl $1(1.00-12.00 $18.00-10.00 $15.00-17.00 $10.00-28.00 WHEAT-Sept Bee M»r May July .... COHN-- ' Sopt. .... ll«n, .... Mar Mny . . . . OATS-- i«)!t Doc Mnr Mny . . . . July . . . . IIYK-- iept Doc. ' . . . Mny . . . . SOYBEANS-- · . MASON Sic ftd j'. . : Good light HxtilK ,...;,' Oooil light || B h ....... , Good light I t R h t a dood llghl l i g h t * ' . . . . ' Oood medium WL-lfihU Goort ineitluiu welghta Oood medium wclgliti Clood medium welghUi Good medium wotghtH Oood medium w c l g h l n Oootl m e d i u m .welKlitii Good ^edlum weights Oood medium watghtt Goofl modliim welgliU Odod medium wnlKMs Good medium wclKhti Good medium welxhU Goodmedlum M'Clshtp; Good medium weights aood «owa , . , . . . , . . , , , ..... , Oootl nows . . ....... . , . , ..... Good .sow* ........ .......... Good »nw» ...' ..... , ..... .... Hood »ow* ......,,..., ...... Good »ow« .................. No ]IOBB i-ecelvcd after S p. Decker t: Sonj. OATTl.r; MASON CITY Prime «loer« anfl helher» ... Choice «lc«r» nnd heffcr* Oood «teom and helfura ;,.. Commercial steers and h«!f« Utility pilcora and heller* Good cows ........:... Commerotnl cowa ,. Utlllly cows ......... Canneru nnd cutter* Dull» ....... ...... Stipit. Nov. . . Jim,. , . Mnr. ,. May .. LAHD-- Sopl. Ocl. Nov. Due. Jan. Mm-. Mny r« MASON CITY-- for TliurnMy Choice ................... ..... 2U.00-30.00 Good ............... . . . . . . . . . . ; S24. 00.28.00 Commercial . . ....... . . . . . . . t .. $24.00-28.00 U t i l i t i e s ............. . . . . . . . . . . $10.00-20.00 Culls ............. . . . . . . . . ; . . . . $10.00-16.00 I.AMH8 . Cholc* . . . . . . . ; . ...... . . . ...... . $2S.OO-2d.OO Good .......................... $21.00-23,50 U l i l l l l c s ................. ...... 51 II. 30-21. 00 Cull* ...... ...... ... ............ $11.00-18.00 Good to choice ewes .. ......... $ 5.AO- 7.00 Utility ewea , . . . " . . . . . . . . ,, , . , ' . . $ 4.00- S.OO Cull ewes ...... . ........... .... $ 3.00- 4.00 SOUTH ST. I'AUI, LIVBSTOCIC (Thiirtrinr'a M u r k e l ) SOUTIf ST. .PAUL. Minn. ( U f ) -- C n l t l e rncclpli: 2,700. Cnlvcs iccclpla-. 700. Jtlur- Kel alow itiindy, ln«tnncc* 50 cents ilnwn, 1'rlmc 1,030 t» ),30l II). nil-art $34, thnlcc nnd prime 1,171) to 1,325 11)«. $33.30. Iflisli chnk'c ilaui-x nnd ycarllnK* $32.50 tp $33. Choice $30.30 to 32. Utlllly cows J17 lo l», Oood b u l l s $23,50. Utility u o m m c i c l n l $22 ,n $23.50, odd h c n d weighty c o m m e r c l n l iull« *24. Prime vcnlnr* $35. Good nnd choice $28 lo $31. Good nnd choice g l u u g h . ler cnlvcfl $25 to $28, Hotfi. Receipt* a.300. Il»rrow«-2llt open- Intf itnniSy tn 23 cents lower. Choice N«. I. 2 and 3 190 lo 230 lb«, barrown-Klltn S21.25. Sheep rucclpln: 1,900. Around 1,000 mixed o f f e r i n g * early. IncluillnB deck Monlana yr:nrllnss. O p c n i n u s n l r n eprins I n m l j i 50 cpnti! lo $1 lower. Few choice nnd p r i m e to $2ft. Mason City Produce (Quotation* tij E. G: Mario At J0:30 a. m. Thursday Eggs, No. 1 . · sic Eggs, No. 2 .) 4ic Eggs, No. 3 3!c Flcns, 5 Jbs. and over ]8c FIcns under 5 Ibs IGc Old cocks, heavy breeds ...... 32c Leghorn cock.s lOc O I I I t ' A f i O I ' O T A T O K S W~ ( U B D A ) -- Potatoes: Arrivals i f i l , on track 282, total U.S. n h l p m c n t « 467; Niippllcs inorleralc; demand fair; mark e t f i r m (or nutirli, weaker for reds. Idaho. Orreon lluoctx $6,15-(i,25: W a i h l n g ion Kiiaaeu $5,83-5.20, linker* Sfi.30; Wl»- cnn«ln Pontlnc* $4-1.35. Triumph typo $-1.40. DIVIDEND RECORD Here's an industry listing of payments in lat-half '52: Dividends UtHal(:'S2vi.'51 PCTCEHT CHANGE AUttER . . . OIL JIAIX CAS . . PAPER f . PUKtSK. ummr.s ....... ''i- FIMAJlCIAt. ...... HMU, RR. EQUIP. . Mniwa ........ MACK. 4 METALS . AIRCRAFT ...... IBOH fi STttt TOBACCO ....... CHEMICALS ...... AUTOS ........ roon 4 »EVS. . . . BCTAIL THADE . . . TEXTILES ....... i N.w YmV S(«k E.ek. · Monli K«ti Tntmsiuvs OIIIOAC1O-- G K A I N CLOSE Outtn S2.30U High W.30IA 2.37VI 2.41H 2.44 Clow J2.29U 2.35% 2.30 2,4lH 2.43 1.731f, 1.77V* .87 1.II4V4 1.9711 1.7B'H 1.73U l,72«, 1.771* 1.7B 1.70 J.77V4 .87'lfc ,01)11. .BOtt .B7 I.IU'A. I .«« 2.00U ' .UGH ,»»li .85U 1,03V. J.BBW 3,171/4 3,17«i 3.10 3.1!W X09V1 ti.on 11.17 U.Q2 12.60 12.4A 12.M . . . . . I2.»5 3.11 3.10 31.07 U.27 11.S2 12.AO 12.4.1 I2.BO 13.0X 3.05 VI 3.07 W 3.0«Vc 3.071k 10. B5 11.1S .11.35 12.35 12,40 11.60 12.75 1.701* 1.7JV4 MV 1.91W 1.95W 3.00V 3.08'/ 3.09V IO.BS I L I A 11.37 12.35 12,40 12.50 12.75 * { ' i Mason City Groin At l:30'p. m. Thursday Oals, No. 2 Corn,-cash -.... Corn, now-del. Dec. 15 Soybeans, del. Sept. 15 Soybeans, de?. Sopl. 20 Soybeans, del. Sept. 25 .'80 $1.5 $1.4 $3.0 $2.0, $2.88 Soybeans, del. Oct. l $a,so CHICAGO CASK (ThurinUjr'« M a r k e t ) CII1CAC5O Wl-CMli ivheoti- None. ; Corn; No. I. nnd 2 y e l l o w $ l . » 3 W - l , f ) 5 No, 4. $1.7014-1.8(H4l No. 5, $l,7SH-I.70r» smnplo H i n i l c Jl.^^'/i. OnU: Snmplo grade medium heavi while B6«c. Hurley nominal: Malting $1.35-1,81; feed $1.10-1.29. . Soybeans! None. Stock Market Shows Gain NEW YORK W-The stock mar ket closed Thursday righl around the best levels of Ihc day after a moderate advance. New York Stocks ' By Th« AsiociiUd Pr«s» ·Final Quotation* Thur$d*y AlliedStrs39 Am Can 32% AmCrystS 23 AmHomePd 37% A m R a d 14% Am Smelt 44'/4 AmSugar"58 ! !'i AmTelT 155'A AmTob 57 Am Woolen 27% AnaconC'pp 45 Armour 6% Alchison 92 BcalFds 37% BcndixAv 54% BclhSlI 50', UocingAirp 30% Case JI 25/H Chrysler 80% Con Ed is 35% CornProd 69 V4 CurtissWr 8'/» Deere 33 DuT'ont 88V6 El Auto 48% GenElec 63 GenFoods 48}« GenMolGOtti Goodrich 67% Goodyear 43'/t GlWcslSug W/H Tlomcslakc 37'/i III Cent 73'/j IntHarv 33'/i IntTelTcl IS'/s KanCPL28% Kcnnccotl 78% KrcsgcSS 35 '/» Maytag IS'/i MontWard 63% NashKcIv 21'A NatDairy 54% NalGypsum 21 ParamPicl25 l /t J^cnneyJC fiT-Vi PaRr 19% PcpsiCola 9% Phillips Pet 58',fe RadioCp 27 Safeway SI 31% ScarsRocb 57% SheafferP 26 SinclairOil 43'/J( SoeonyVac ZWk Sid Brands 25% StdOiJInd 30% SldOilNJ 77% Sludebakcr 37% SwiftCo 32 SylvEiPd 35-lfi TcxasCo 55'/8 UnPac 1I3'A UnRAirLin 27-% UnitAirc 35% USOypsum 318% USRubber24% la-IHGE 27'/« WcstUnTcl WilsonCo Kh Woolworth 43% BflITT -- Robert Stevenson o. Minneapolis is the new salesman at the Frascr Company, distrib ulors of DeKalk seed corn and farm feeds. Stevenson is a brolher of Arnold and Harlan Slevcnson o Brilt. His wife and their eigh months old daughter moved to Brill. uff. 21, 1952 »«on Clljr .U, Relief Rolls Down 32% From 1951 DBS MOINES tfr-The "general issislance rolls of the'99 counties declined 32,6 per cent during tha 'flood" quarter ended last 1 Ju'n« iO, the Stale Board of Social Wei- are, reported Thursday. · The comparison was with ' the rolls at the end of the' previous hrce-month period. The, reduction period covered the time ot. the aerious Missouri and Mississippi River floods,and the rehabilitation yhich followed. The state and federal govern- nents- do not participate in tha general assistance program."'. General assistance is in the form of 'ood, clothing, shelter and- main- .cnance, financed entirely by th« counties. The stale made $390.000 available for such uses for flood suf- ereva. But, none 'of, it was ·speto. This was because t .the "*counties could not obtain any of the stale noney until they had exhausted .heir own,funds, · *\ While the numbep ^of perso*n. ;ivcn general assistance declined Ihe 32,6 per cent, the^aniount^ot money dtstritiulcct '' declined 27.5 icr cenl, The numb'er oE,cases*in- volvcd was reduccrl s by ,20.8 pec cent during the period^, Onetcjsa nay represent several individuals. General assistance totaled $117,158 in April, $101,037 in May^and $06,021.,in June. The 'June,total represented n reductionof $36^*713 from the amount - allocated .last t , The 'number o£ persons 'given 'assistance wns 8,366 In Apr% 7,011" Jri Vlny, and 6,440 In 'June.' The June !i{jure was 3,1U lower than that for 'ast March, . English Minister j Now in IpWOfSays Chicks Not @hie JSPSOM,; Eng/'-iV/Pr-nThts racing .pwn's t , sprightly ,Methodist minis- ier, now]in Jowaijassured his'.'flock Thursday the, sllcilhcss,ol American ' chicks'.has'been'6ver:ratedi i ' Thc'llev. R. JL/J.'Ka'ye,-who is preaching in'Alia, la,, under a n ' Auglo-Americiin ^exchange , plan, Wrote his congregation: .,.·· ,"You know, 1 .had'Jhea'rd a lot about the chic 'AmertcanijWoman: )Vhen - l i arrived*,in New, York,'I fully expected to' 1 be'turning 1 around every 10 feet ahd f giving' a 1 ** wolt Whistle. . , · _ . ' , , ft, "But that',just 'dWJnot«h*ppeh;-' !· honestly IhfnJcf the v w6ni'en in London ' are just »a/ attractively dressed."--; , ' ·' »_ iy Knyc sal'd he'also was surprised lo f l n d ' l h e children of'the,,'Corn Bolt'looking "pallid and unhealthy" compared with their; ruddy-faced English cousins^ '·- , l Two Parties Spend $3i Million^ for Radio, Television WASHINGTON · \\\d Democrats plan to spendynore lhan 3V4 million dollars to put their national candidates on k radio and television. Robert Humphreys, publicity director of the k Republican National ommittee, said up to two million, dollars would be spent 'by tha GOP. , / The Democratic .National Committee has : contracted for mor« thnn i'A million dollars. Policeman Resigns to Become Preacher FT. WORTH, Tex.· W--Follow officers of Alfred Hancy Jr., a 27- ycar-o!d motorcycle officer, presented him .with a iBiblc recently at police headquarters as he resigned frorrrlhe force. ITe has just become the Rev. Mr. flancy, pastor o£ Lawn Terrace Baptist Church in Mineral Wells. He has been a member of the police Force for the last nine months .vhilc serving as part-time'pastor of another church. He is married and has a 4-month-old daughter. Brink's Guards Lose- Jobs for Eating Lunch WASHINGTON Oft--Four Brink's guards were out of a job Thursday because they had lunch together last Monday. While they were eating in a hotel" cafeteria their unguarded armored truck was rifled of $65,000 ' in cash. The money was recovered next 'day with the arrest of Hay E. Farmer, 26, a former Brink's employe who had a key to the truck. · Funeral Directors MASON CITY VATTERSON - JAMES The Funeral Jlorne Known lor Service. · 322 North Washington. Plionc 1110. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME. "The Homo of Thoughtful Service." llf 3rd St. N.B. Phone :J505 r MAJOR FUNERAL HOME. PhOM 511. 209 2nd St. N.E. "Major .Sen- Ice Mcel» Your Neefo." '. , Me A U LEY fc .SON 'Funeral Home. A niJtingiiUhed, Digniflfrt Fu«r»l Service. » S..Adam«. Phone «51. ~~ CLEAR LAKK ... W A R D FUNERAL HOME," Cl«a» I.nke. Amhulnnce Service, D»y Phone 8. Night Phone 7, ' v (J

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