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January 3, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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12 WHEAT AND RYE PRICES FIRM Losses in Other Grain Futures Are Reported Chicago, (ff)--Wheat and rye were firm to strong Wednesday but profit taking after more than 4 days of rising prices accounted for losses in other grain futures markets. Most opening prices were ·harply higher and during the early trade all deliveries of v/heat, corn and July rye established new seasonal - highs. Offerings increased sharply on all the bulges and quotations fluctuated erratically. · At (he finish wheat was % to 19e higher than Tuesday's close, May $1.6V£. Corn was unchanged to % lower, May $1.13%. O a t s were off % to %, lyiay 68%-68'A. Rye was y a lower to 7 / a higher. May $1.17%-1.17V4.' Barley was unchanged, May $1.17. i ; . -Jr CHICAGO CASH GKAIH : ' W«doe»4» r Market) Ckleac, W--No wheat. Com: No. S yellow 9»ice*I.03i sample grade yellow »3%e»5y«c; cample «r»Je wMta *1.13%. --owe Oala: No. 1 feed 80c. Barjg;: afciuns fuseunt nominal; ·red 85c@tl «x*r^1"ftT, · Held teed per hundred weight: Tim- othy ItaeJS nominal; red clover $31.90 nominal; aUjhe jijQ nominal. Mason City Groin MASON CITY--For Wednesday No. 2 white oats, 32 fas. 70e No. 2 shelled corn, old $1.02 No. 2 shelled corn, new 95V4c CHICAGO GKAIN CLOSE (Wednesday Market) CUeago, High WHEAT-May .. July :. Stpt. .. CORN-May Z.13V. July 1.13% Sept. S.12T4 OATS-- 38S -::::::::: :S2 SSL K * May. ., 1.17» July 1.14 Sejrt J.105S BAELEY-- · May my, July 1.11V* Close 1.6S54 1.59 ft I.S8S4 1.1Z .««· .63% MJS4 1.13% 1.10H 107 4-H BOYS PRESENT Waterloo, (ff) --, First district training school of the Iowa 4-H boy's club opened here Wednesday with 107 boys attending from 12 northeast Iowa counties. Delegates will cast votes for state officers Thursday. DAUGHTER CAPPED Chester--Mr. and Mrs. L. 'Nath attended capping exercises Friday evening at Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo lor a rfagj of 14. Their daughter, Cadet Evelyn Nath, Is a member of the class. AR7ANJ DESERT Ends Wed. "Follow the Leader" "Louisiana Hayrlde- STATE Starts Thursday Midwest Livestock (WEDNESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea. . Austin, . Minn. Good Butchers-- lower 1*3-150 Ibs siJS 150-160 Ibs tllio iso-no ibs ," liiio 170-180 Ibs ........-"'·- 180-200 ibs. 200-220 Ibs. 220-240 IbJ '" MO-300 Iba 300-330 Ibs 330-3M Ha. ...:...:: Good Packing Sows 370-300 Ibj. 300-330 Uu. 330-360 Ibs. ... 3SJ-WO Ibfc 4IXM50 Ibs. 450-500 Jbi 500-550 IIM lOe Iow«r (10-60 »U.60 £12.10 11263 tli.OO $14.10 S14.10 Waterloo Steady to lOc lower $12.80 . *I4,10 $13.95 $13.99 *13.5J » 13.55 113.55 513.55 *13.5S S13.55 . $13.95 $14.05 $14.05 J14.05 $24.03 $13.85 Cedar Rapids Steady to lOc lower $12.60 »13.30 $13.90 $14.10 $14.10 $14.10 $K.IO $13.90 513.80 $13.60 $13.60 $13.60 $13.50 »13.50 $13.55 $13.93 $13.53 $13.53 $13.13 HOGS STEADY TO lOc LOWER Trade Opens Slow But Close Is Active Chicago, (!Pj~Barrows and gilts on the Chicago hog market were steady to 10 cents lower Wednesday irr trade that opened slow but closed moderately active. The top was $14.75 per hundredweight, the ceiling. (WFA)'--SsOable hogs 17,000; total 24,500; market opened slow, closing moderately active, barrows and gilts steady to JO cents lower than Tuesday average; good and choice 190 pounds, and over $14.55 to $14.65; few loads early $14.70 to S14-75; top $14.75; few good and choice 150 to 180 pounds $14.00 to $14.50; sows steady, Johnny Weissmuller Nancy Kelly Johnny Sheffield DANCETIME Lynn Kerns, Wed Scandinavians, Fri. Chuck HalL Sat-Sun, COMING! FIVE by FIVE "MYSTERY MAN" · Knds Wednesday · T£JKSS£S D THURSDAY SATURDAY BOBBERKEY TH8W-PACKED ACTION! HIS TROMBONE AND HIS ORCHESTRA STARRING WALTER BLOOM: DOLORES THURS., JAN. 11 Late Bus Every Fri. . Sat. Also--Chapter 7 "Zorro's Black Whip" " "THE DOUGHGIRLS STARTS THURSDAY MKGWTNNI DOM1DCOM MUWUIAMS JOHN urn ALSO PARAMOUNT NEWS Mighty Moose and 2 Barbers HARRY OWENS BAND SHORT ROBOT BOMB! mostly at $14.00 ceiling that class; complete clearance. . Salable cattle 12,000; total 12 .000; salable calves 1,000, total calves 1,000; general trade moderately active, fully steady; largely steer run; bulk led steers and yearlings $13.75 to 516.75; top $17.60 on yearlings, best weighty steers $17.00; good beef cows to $14.50 and better; cutters $8.50 down; heavy sausage bulls to $13.25; and beef bulls to $14.50- vealers firm at $15.50 down. Salable sheep 8,000; total 8000- no early sales; bidding steady on good and choice fed wooled west- em Iambs or $15 to $15.25 and $15.35; 6 six loads Kansas wheat field ewes held above $7.50. Local Livestock' BOGS MASON CITY-- For Wednesday Generally 10 cents lower. ^^ Good light lights .......... 1*-130 «1«0 Good light llihts .......... 150-160 $1340 Good light llghl* ...... .... 1SMTO JliSO Good light lights .......... 170-180 Good light light .......... 180-200 Good Bght lights .......... 200-55 Good med. wt, butchers ,, S20-2V) »14.10 Good med. wt. butchers .. 2M-270 Jllio Good meil. wt, butchers .. 270-300 JM.10 Good med. wt. hutcliers .. 300-330 $14.10 Good rnsa. wt, butchers . . 330-360 «14 10 Good Sdws ................ 270-300 S13.55 » w = ................ 300-330 SU55 S ° WS ................ 330-360*13.55 * ................ 360^00*13.55 «""« · ............... 400-450 J13.55 sows ................ 450-500 SU.55 . CAttUB MASON Clry-- For Wednesday Good steers and helferj .... 513.00-14.50 wed. steers and hellers ..... $1000-1100 Com. stetrs and hellen .... » 7.00- 900 Good to choice cow« .: ...... $ 9.oo-jo!oo Med. cows ........... · ........ sa.00-9.00 Cam. cows ................ built, heavy bulls, medium $ g.oo- s.OO . ............... . Cutters, light ................. S S . M . 6.50 . 1 " ........... ----.. * 4.00- 5.00 , meet calves ......... J1SOO-1300 Calves, gd. to choice 130-190 »Il.oo-liOO Calves, fair (o good, 130,180 S B.00-10.00 Calves, common to talr ...... * 7JO- aso cam. cull ................. »4.ood'wn SHEEP MASON CITY-- far Wednesdav Graulne sp. lambs, gd. to ch. H3.EO-SS Genuine SB. lambs, med. to gd. $11.00-12.50 S? bl -^Li ............... »8.00d-wn Hides and Wool Calves, gd. to choice 140-190 MLOO-l TM From IS lb«. up . . .. ""* *"" From 15 Ib*. down iti. ETorsehidn .,... .",,"","" "j^JJ Aged Pedestrian Is Killed in Dubuque Dnnnqne, (S)--Max Heck, 81, formerly of McGregor, Iowa, was tailed here about 7 o'clock Tuesday morning when he .was struck by an automobile. The accident occurred in front of his home as he was crossing a street. It was the first traffic accident of the year reported here. Bernard Brown, 26 year old Dubuquer, driver, of the car was held by pokce on a charge of failing to yield the right of way to a pedestrian on a crosswalk Heck's body will be taken to McGregor for burial. Andrews Sells Interest in Station at Spencer Spencer; tfP) _ Manager Larry Andrews of radio station KICD announced Tuesday the sale of. his interest in the station to Ben Sanders, Knoxville, Tenn pending approval by the federal communications commission. Andrews founded the station in 1342 and will continue to act as manager for the present SON IS MISSING Decorah--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dnevold of Hesper Friday received word from the war department that their son, Donald^ a machine gunner in the infantry is missing in action somewhere in Europe. Pilots of the troop carrier command army air forces, in addition to transporting troops, have flown everything from horses to refugees m both European and Pacific theaters of war, the Office of m -- Information reported L A K jr ill ' .-··» i=rf Now Showing Thru Thurs. WITH M ETCH FnSMS HIT THXK MIMCU OP MORSnK'S mif. BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN HOWDOTKE ·BEELER.TO/S RATE WTH THE OLD WILD WEST OUTLAWS, IN Y3UR. OPINION ? IbSWTHE TOUGHEST BEELERBOY WOULD BE A SWEET ROLLO IN THEIR. CXASS/ OH,YEH?--WELL.I'iJL STAKT WITH TK ""SISSY OF TH' BEELER GANG/T1MID TIM*/-- HE CCWEREDTH' NOOSE OF HIS HANGIN" POPE V/rTN VELVET.--AN' HE ALWAYS SHOOTS HIS VICTWfi WITH STERILIZED BULLETS/ eryptofn B S K D f c F K H Z B O I T B O J t H K R T U B D Z 2 P O Z O L Z . L K H K X K B B K H } -- K M D R . Crjrptoqaote: POWER GRADUALLY JXTIR. PATB3 FROM THE KIND -EVERY HUMANE AND GENTLE VIRTUE-BURKE. STOCKS PICK UP FRESH SPEED Great Supply of Idle Money Is Reported New York, W)--The bull swing in stocks picked up fresh speed Wednesday under impetus of another broad buying movement wKich boosted industrial and rail leaders fractions to more than 2 points. As the averages climbed to New Year highs the ticker recorded the first 2,000,000 share volume for 1945. Analysts continued to stress the great supply 'of idle money as a primary factor in the market's action. Stocks well ahead near the finish included V. S. Steel, Bethlehem, .Youngstown Sheet, Chrysler, 1 General Motors, IT. S. Rubber, Sears Roebuck, American C a n , Johns-Manville, International Telephone, Anaconda, Eastman Kodak, Southern Railwaq, Santa Fe, Great Northern, N. Y. Central and Southern Pacific. Rail issues led the bond market to higher ground. Produce MASON CITY--For Wednesday (Cash quotations by E. G. Morse) Eggs, current receipts 27c Springs, heavy breeds ...... 23c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens 20c Hens, under 4 Ibs. 17 C Cocks ] AH No. 2 poultry, 3c less Merchant' Quotations Eggs, at retail 45 C Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c Butter, Corn Country 48c Butter, Brookfield 49 C ESTIMATED UVESTOCK EECETMS Caicato, ift--nv. F. A,)--Officially «- Umated livestock receipts lor. Thursday- Hogs 16,000; cattle 6,000; sharp 7,000. * CHICAGO POTATOES (Weannday Market) Chloajo, WJ--(W. F. A,l-Potat«s: Arrivals 86. on back 171. Total U. S. shipments 80S; old stocks, supplies rather light, demand moderate. For western itockr, market firm at ceiling. For north- em stocks market slightly stronger- Idaho Susset Burbanks U. S. No 1 S3 57- Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1. $3 42! North Dakota Bliss Triumphs Commercials $2.91. Wisconsin Katahdins Com-~ merclals S2.SJ. Florida Bliss Triumphs U S. No. I, 5@5^3. . CHICAGO PRODUCE IWtdnp5d27 Hirket) .-*'«»*·, W--Butter. lirm. Receipts 490.000. Market unchanged. f E«s. receipts 14,306. Market unchanged. CHICAGO PODtTBI (Weaae«a»y SUrket) Chlc»i«, W)_tW. F. A.)-Llve poulby firm. Receipts I car, S tracks. Prices unchanged. · NF.W YORK PRODUCE (Wednesday Market) ew York. «T--Butter 750.U4. Firm- Prices unchanged at ceilings Cheese 238,857 nominal. No quotations E«S 26,057. Finn. Current genera] iSi^S B ? cei JoUow: lnxi!d colors: ?j2!l N 0 - l So No. *. *5 Ibs.. and over «.S{J*Uc: medium, W to M Ibs., 43Jc; standard No. I to No. 4, 5 Ibs. and over 43.3C- current receipts 43.3c; dirties. 43 Ibs, 4i3c; checks 3S.3e39c. ' In many tool steels tungsten may be replaced by molybdenum. MOAN NUMSKULL E5AR/JOAH=OOES PIANO /Ai A HAUAt-Ttre HOUSE HAvi=''e8* SKEUETSOA4 PITTS sues. 'i»Et-ANt« TueN*wHnrtr' s ' WHEMTHEVSEE THE BLUE UNIFORM OFTHE LAW WALX/AJ? Ooe GlVIANHV, SAN CXE-fio lowan Killed When Caught in Mechanism of Elevator Loft Nevada, Iowa, (IP)--Henry Mel- Eenheimer, 56, mill hand at the Lapp laboratory here, was killed in the elevator loft in the plant. He made an unauthorized trip to the loft, and his clothing became caught in the mechanism, plant officials said. Those on the elevator at the time told Coroner Guy Mills of McCallsburg of feeling a strange vibration in the lift, stopping it and finding Meisenheimer dead.- Mills said it was an accident and there would be no inquest. Meisenheimer, who came here DON'T LET UP HELP BUILD TO BEAT THE JAPS $185.00 Average monthly for 48 hn. per week ot inside factory work under best conditions. TRANSPORTATION PAID To Seattle, Washington Men and Women Needed Now - You ere vitally needed for this important war fob.' You will be paid while training. Boeing Representative Interviewing NOW. UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE of Ih. War Manpowar Commission. 13 Sri St. N. E., M.jon City, U, Jan. 4, H and Doaft tffty tf ttote warKtnc to ttt»» EING about 16 months ago from Greenfield, is survived by his widow and a daughter. Poplar trees are. forbidden in New York City because the roots go so deep that they can disrupt water and sewage systems. J. R. DORSEY AUCTIONEER Phone 2592 Highest Prices Paid for Furs Open Until 12:00 P. M. S. B. Myrick Son 309 6th Street S. W. Livestock AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Paviliori Kanawha, Iowa, on Highway No. Ill Friday Afternoon, Jan. 5 STARTING AT 12 O'CLOCK Will have a fine run of livestock for our first auction of 1945 Friday. Going to start the New Year with a bang. All kinds of steers and heifers, fat cows, milk cows, springer cows and heifers, breeding bulls, veal calves, sows, boars, pigs lambs, ewes, to be sold Friday at this great market. Buy or sell livestock here with confidence. At the Kanawh* Sales Pavilion, satisfaction Is paramount Consign any number or kind of stock. We'll save you time shrinkage and expense. H. Brummund, Auctioneer Manager HOLSTEIN BULL For Service by Artificial Insemination (Within Radius of 20 Miles of Nora Springs) Elderhill Pride- Hark Burk 879675-Fall Sister:-922 Ibs. fat, 3.87% SIRE:-Sir Duglas Burk Hero 820719 Dam 882 Ibs. fat, 3.95% Full Sisters:-(1) 676 Ibs. fat, 3.68% (2) 722 Ibs. fat, 3.89% DAM:-- ELDERHTLL JESSIE BUTTERCUP 1805107 4 TEAR AVEEAGE 662 IBS. FAT, 3.95% TWICE A DAT MILKING GRANDA3H--710 IBS. FAT, 3.7% Price per cow $5.00 includes three services if necessary. Leave cow in stanchion and Phone 164 Nora Springs, Iowa B. R. MOORE, D. V. M, Bull Stabled at A. M. Avery Farm, 1 Mile South Gendering plant aiason City, Iowa --· Stop In and See Him. LIVESTOCK AUCTION Friday, January 5th, 12:30 p.m. NOTICE--We Start Selling Sheep and Hogs at 12:30 Sharp 400 CATTLE--The run will Include stacker and feeder steers and heifers of alt weights and classes, fat steers and heifers, butcher stock of all kinds, springing cows and heifers, bulls and veal calves. 33 Shorthorn Steers, weight 1,000 Ibs. These cattle are good quality and carrying a lot of flesh. to Shorthorn and White Face Steers, thin, weight 100 Ibs. If yon are in need of steers of any kind, be sore and attend the sale this Friday. We will have a very good run. The market on the butcher cows, heifers and hulls is at the high point of the season. Brins in your cows and heifers this week. HOGS--Feedine Digs of all weights, bred sows and boars. All reeding hogs are in broad demand. We have a lot of inquiries for tvell bred open gilts. SHEEP--Fat Iambs, feeding Iambs, hred ewes and bucks. Remember we have a real fat Iamb market » Consign your livestock to the Clear Lake Auction Company for Prompt Sale and Complete Satisfaction. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. PUBLIC SALE! Will hold a d »|«W out sale on the farm known as the Tom Hansen Farm located 4 miles south ana 3 milts west of Cleat take or % mile west of lakeside chorea, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1945 Sale To Commence At 12:30 P. M. HORSES ' ' 1 Grey Mare, 8 years old; 1 Black Mare, 5 years old; 1 Roan Mare, 6 years old; 1 Sorrel Horse, 9 years old; 1 Black Horse, smooth mouth. CATTLE MACHINERY ' ** New Brooder H «"«. 10x12 foot · wire 1 8-foot Deering Grain Binder 1 Deering Corn Binder I Surface Corn Plow 1 No. 3 McCormick Deerins Corn Picker 1 24-foot John Deere Steel Drag 1 John Deere 10-foot Disc I Snlky Hay Bake 1 John Deere Manure Spreader 1 McCormick Deerlng Mower, S-foot cut 2 John Deere 1-row Corn Plows 1 Walking Plow, 14-in.; l Sprinjr Tooth Harrow 1 International Enojrat* Seeder TERMS:--CASH OR MAKE a Steel Wheel Wagon and Rack 1 Wood Wheel Wagon and Box I Triple Wagon Box i SCOOP Board GRAIN About i or 5 hundred bushels of good yellow corn MISCELLANEOUS X 25-foot Endless Belt 1 Set of Harness and Collars 1 targe Circulating Heater NO PROPERTY TO BE CHARLIE LENZ, Owner CLEAR LAKE BANK AND TKCST CO, CLERK B, A, REEMTSMA, AUCTIONEER

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