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Mason City, Iowa
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 18 193-1 AGUIRRE HELD BY GRAND JURY Indictment of First Dcgre Murder Returned Against Mexican. The grand jury returned a firs degree murder bill against Asccn clon Aquirre before Judge M. J Edwards in the district court Wfid nesday afternoon. Agulrre was charged with th murder of John C. Chabez, Mexican who resided at No. 13 Lehigh Row following a stabbing affair th night of April 5. The two Mexican had become involved in a fight whe Agulrre went to Ma neighbor' house to complain about the Chabe children breaking a 20 cent window with a sling shot. Chabez was stab bed in the back with a knife allege to have been owned by Chabez. Other indictments were returne and the charges against them are Louis Rice and William Gleason breaking and entering; Don Jeffer and Virgil Mahaffey, larceny of ; motor vehicle; Clarence Mondt ani Warren Cross, larceny, and Clar ence Stanton, driving a motor ve ricle while intoxicated. These eight were in custody. other indictments were returned in which bench warrants were issue* for arrest. MAIL CORN-HOG CHECKS TO IOWA 188 Benefit Payments to Marion County Between $36,000 and $37,000. WASHINGTON, April 18. C3-- The farm administration announced today that the first group of 1S8 benefit payments to corn-hog farmers totalling between ?36,000 and ^37,000 were mailed today to Marion county, Iowa. The checks were mailed following the approval of the first batch of corn-hog contracts sent to Washington two weeks ago from Marion county. Others are expected to follow as soon as approval has been given by county production control divisions in the various states which have corn-hog campaigns underway. PRESSBOX (Continued From Sporta Pate) the meet: Fort Dodge, the defending champion, Algona. Alton, Milford,, Spirit -Lake, Cherokee, East Sioux City, Central Sioux City, Haward:n, Rock Rapids, Hartley, Swea ' City, Plover, Sutherland, Spencer, Emmetsburg, Sanbprn, Orange City, Pocahontas, Fairview; Lake Field, Minn., and Windom, Minn., and Le Mars. * t t Fort Dodge has won the meet the last two years and needs only to win the meet this year to get permanent possession of the traveling trophy. - Mason City, Emmetsburg and Estherville also have two legs on the trophy while Spirit Lake has one. 9 * * ' The track is being put in fine shape so that the boys will have a chance to break some of the f ollow- ing records, eight of which were set last year. Fort Dodge leads with three new records, Central Sioux City has two, Spirit Lake has one, Eagle Grove, one and Estherville, one. « * * 120 yard Wsn hnrdles--Xeftl, central S. C., 16:2, '33. loo yard flash--Hlles, Estherrtlle. 10:01, ·23. Mile run--Kohl, Mason Ctty, 4:15:9, '19. 440 yard relay--Mason City, 45:3, '29. 440 yard dash--McGnlre, Mock Eaplds, 52:2, '28. 220 yard low hurdles--Cederstrom, Milford, :27, '31. 880 yard rnn--Jensen, Fort Dodge, 2:6:4, ·33. 220 yard dash--Hngg, Est'rllle, 22:9, '33. 880 yard relay--Fort Dodse, 1:36:1* '33. Mile relay--Fort Dodge, 3:40:Z, '33. Football shuttle, Central S. C., 2::5, '33. Pole TaultT-Flemlng, Sp. take, II ft., '33. nigh jump--Saniord, Eagle Grove, it,, 10% Inches, '33. Discus throw--Whlnnery, Fort Dodge, 128 ft.. 2V4 Inches, '32. *' Shotput--Whinnery, Fort Dodge, 47 ft., 1% Inches, '32. Broad jump--Cretzmeyer, Enimetsburgi 51 ft., !'/4 Inches, '31. " Javelin throw--Stunner, Hfcwarden, 162 (t., 11 Inches, '38. Elma High School Card" Complete for Baseball ELMA, April 18.--The baseball schedule for E. H. S. has been completed. Eight games will be played this season, five of them at home. Following is the schedule: April 20--Lawler at Eltna. April 27--Manl; at Elma. May I--Elma at Alta Vista. May 4-B--District tournament. May 8--Alta Vista at Elma. May 11--Elma at Decorah. May 14--Coltcell at Elma. May IS--Elma at JLawler. May 35--Decorah at Elma. Nora Springs Batters Run Up 24 to 3 Count in Game NORA SPRINGS, April 18.-Nora Springa high school blasted more than a dozen hits Tuesday afternoon to drive a pair of Marble Rock hurlers to cover and win 24 to 3 on the local diamond. Colin and Vrchbta allowed 5 hits for the visitors' and Dailey completed the local battery. Hendrickson and Rhinehart pitched for Marble Rock, the latter taking a turn at catching, with Trues also on the receiving end. Considering Subsistence Homesteads Mason City May Try Experiment, Says Paul Taff. Mason City was mentioned as om of the cities in Iowa considering ap plications for a subsistence home stead by Paul C. Taff, chairman of the Iowa State college subsistence homestead committee Wednesday. Taff announced that both Marshalltown and Cedar Rapids have applied for subsistence homesteads and that eight other cities are now considering applications. The latter ·e: Mason City, Waterloo, Dubuque, Clinton, Muscatine, Oelwein, Sioux City and Des Moines. Iowa's only subsistence homesteac at the present time, Taff pointed out, is at Granger where a 225-acre tract is being surveyed for development Granger has hired surveyors to complete the work started by CWA workers, Taff said. The landscape architecture department at Iowa State is laving out the homestead plots. Taff said that the subsistence homestead division .of the department of interior has temporarily suspended approval of additional tiomestead applications because it has all the work it can handle. The college is lending a hand tn ie development of homesteads, Taff said, by giving assistance in starting vegetable gardens, installing poultry louses and equipment, landscaping the tracts and laying out the homestead plots. He said the department of arch- tectural engineering is drawing up several types of low cost houses from which the homesteader may ihoose. BELOUSEK BEGINS RELIEF EFFORTS Emergency Relief Engineer Takes Charge of Mason City Office. Frank A. Belousek, Cerro Gordo nmty'3 recently appointed emer- ency relief engineer, arrived in 'ason City from Council Bluffs 'ednesday and went into confer- nce immediately with A. M. chanke, chairman of the county's mergency relief program, Roy tfartin, secretary, E. H. Crofoot, ty manager, County Engineer R. . Robertson and the hoard of su- ervlsors, in the -working out of de- ails in. the new relief program. Mr. Belousek has recently return- d from Greece, where he has heen ngfaged by an American firm for le past eight years in the construe- on of the Athens water supply ystem, the first to be built since le time of Christ, and in a drain- ge and irrigation project in north- ·n Greece. Plans and specifications of ;e approved projects for Cerro ordo county were to be taken up mmediately according to Mr. Bel- usek and an effort would be made start the permanent relief program as soon as possible. Projects appearing most benefi- al to the community with regards aid for the unemployed and the axpayers alike were the first to be onsidered. Persons to be employed o. these projects will be only those n immediate need of relief and hose names were on the relief lists f Feb. 15, according to Mr. Martin. Later others will be given jobs, ccording to Mr. Mai-tin but the rogram is one of relief and not for ob seekers. Every one employed will be investigated and persons upporting large families of five or lore persons, will be the first con- :dered. HOG MARKET STRONG TO 5 CENTS HIGHER GRAINS REACT IN CLOSING TRADE Score Maximum Upturns o About Cent but Tumble Before Close. CHICAGO, April 18. UP)--Leadin grains scored maximum upturns o about a cent a bushel today, helpe by firmness of securities and cotton but reacted sharply at the last. Buyers were apparently takin advantage of the fact that whea had undergone a setback of mor than 10 cents from last week's hlg point, and that com and oats wer off about 9 cents. Advances failed t hold, however, in the face of lat profit talcing on the part of ne\ purchasers. Wheat closed nervous, 14 (g %c un der yesterday's finish; May, 77? @c%c; July. 77%@78c; corn, un changed to '/ic higher; May, 42? @%c; July, 45%@%c; oats, % %c up, and provisions unchange to a rise of 2 cents. CHICAGO OltAXN CLOSE CHICAGO, April 18. UPI-- Wheat-- No. red, 81^: No. 1 hard, 80% to 81%; No. hard. 8055. Corn -- No. 2 mixed. 46: No. 3 yellow 44 1$ : NO. 2 yellow, old, 45%: Lake blllla No. 2 mixed, 43; No. 4 mixed, 42. Oats-- No. 2 feed, 27?i; No. 1 white. 29 No. 3 white. 28%; No. 4 white, 27 ',i; 5am pie grade, 26Vi. No rye. Barley -- 42 to 80. Timothy seed -- $6.2 to $6.50 a cwL Clover seed-- 111 to (11." a cwt. Lard -- Tierces, bellies, $8. $5.85: loose lard, S5.T5 MasonCityGrain MASON CITY, April 18.-Barley 30-45 No. 2 yellow old shelled corn . .31' $a. 3 yellow new shelled corn .. 30' ^o. 3 yellow ear corn 29i White oats, No. 3, 30 IDS., or better 20c WEDNESDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, April 18. (J!-- Classes Flan Banquet. BANCROFT, April 18.--The St. John's high school junior-senior banquet will be held Thursday, April 26, in St, John's hall. "wo Referees to Be on Hand for "Nag's" Match With Wampler Two referees' will be on hand to irk the main event between Bronko" Nagurski, Minnesota, all- kmerican football star and Earl Sampler, "Scranton Rabbit Punch- r" in the drum corps card at the armory Thursday night. Promoter Joe Kelly of the Amerian Legion Drum corps is taking his precaution after the bout these wo heavyweights staged at Des Moines a few months ago, which esulted in a one hour draw. Tag Tageson, local heavyweight trappier, will get the acid test in a 0 minute bout, when he faces Cliff Isen, nationally known mat man rom Minneapolis. Olsen has recent- · met Jim Londos in St. Louis. Allan Eustace, Wakefield, Kans., 35 pounder, who has met star restlers of a few years back, such s Joe Stecher, Earl Caddock, and the best of the present day, will ppose Albert Loset, champion eavywelght of Norway, in a 30 minute opening bout. Loset is a re- ent arrival in this country. Capt. Fred Shaffer will do the an- ouncing, and the first bout will art at 8:30 o'clock sharp. Earl Ternure and Lee Jones will referee. LONDOS DEFFATJS TITLE. PHILADELPHIA, April 18. Jim Londos, recognized in Pennsylvania as heavyweight wrestling champion, is to defend his title against Gus Sonnenberg, former champion, in Philadelphia on April 27. Completion of arrangements was announced yesterday by Ray Fabiani, promoter. VHEAT-- lay uiy cpt ORN-May July Sept OATS-May July Sept RYE-May July Sept BARLE1"-- May July Sept LAHD-Hay July Sept BELLIES-May July .79«i · 807, .46% .48% .53!i .5474 .56*1 .3651 .38 =J .40 VI .26 s ; .27 i 5.95 6.15 Closi .77% .77Ti .78 » .42S .45';! .47'.; .28% .53Ti .55=1 '5.37 5.95 6.15 WEMvESDAY CHAIN Ol'EX-- Open Today July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS-Hay July Sept RYE-May July spt BARLEY-May July Sept. -53 Vi .3-lfc .56% July Sept. Close Yesterday $ .78 S .45 VI -47% -02 V, .53=i ,55?s .37% .35 !i 5.S7 5.92 6.12 BELLIES-May July Close Yr. Ago ? .65 '.65 i .671.1 .33% .35 H .37?; .22% -23« 4.80 4.90 5.05 5.25 5.50 OMAHA GBA1K. OMAHA. April 18. {.*·)--Wheat: Dark hard No. 4. 70Sc; hard No. 3, 71c; No. 4, 70V-C; mixed No. 2, 74c. Corn: Yellow No. 2, 39@39V-C. Oats: No trading reported. KANSAS CITY GRAIN. KANSAS CITY, April 18. (JH--Wheat: 56 cars; ¥· higher to Kc lower. No. 2 dark hard 74U(ai74 : Sc; No. 3. 71%@77%c nominal; No. 2 hard 72-V»®74=4c; No. 3, 71S 77%c nominal; No. 2 red 72®75c; No. 3, 71H@74Kc nominal. Corn: 6 cars; Ic to 2c higher. No. 2 white 43c; No. 3, 42H't»43',4c nominal; No. 2 yellow 41(f?41i*c nominal: No. 3, 40%©41c nominal; No. 2 mixed 39%@40%c nominal; No. 3, 39®39%c nominal. Oats: 1 car. 1C higher. No. 2 white 28% nominal; No. 3, 28@2S 1 .»c nominal. 5ITNNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS. April 18. t.T-- Wheat receipts 61 cars compared with 111 a year ago. Market %c lower. Cash: No. 1 northern 78@Slc: Is'o. 1 dark northern 15 protein 78sFS2c: 14 protein 78 i?S2c; 13 protein 78ST82C; 12 protein 78'IJ) S2c; No. 1 'dark hard Montana 14 protein 79@91C; to arrive 79^810; No. 1 amher durum 92^@9S ! isc; . amber durum . 91%®97%c; No. 1 red durum 75=ic; May 75c; July 75}Sc; September 75=lc. Corn No. 3 yellow 38%Si39^c. Oats No. 3 white 247;,@257-8C. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO, April IS. UP]--(U. S. department of agriculture)--Potatoes--157, on track, 454; total U. S. shipments, 811; old stock dull, supplies liberal, demand and tradlgn very slow; sacked a cwt,. Idaho Russets, U. S. No. 1, SI.55 to $1.60; com- blnaUon grade, $1.32*4 to .$1.35; Colorado McClures, U. S. No. 1. $1.50 to $1.65; North Dakota Early Ohfos, certified seed, 31.50; Wisconsin Triumphs. U. E. No. 1, small, SI; new stock, slightly weaker, supplies moderate, demand trading rather slow; Te.xas Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No. 1. SI.50 for 50 lb. sacks; U. S. Uo. 2, 51.10 to $1.15 for 50 lb. sacks. FLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS. April 18. (.n--Flour unchanged. Shipments 20.546. Pure bran $174? 17.50. Standard middlings $15.50315. NEW YORK SCGAS. NEW TORK, April IS. (^T)--Raw sugar quiet. Futures 1 point lower. Refined, no change. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, April 18. (.T!--Seeds unchanged. MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, April 18. /P--Stocks closed: First Bank stock, 8%: Northwest Bancorporation, IS, Prod uce MASON CITY, April IS-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs (current receipts) 12c Heavy hens, 4M- Ibs. and over ..10c Light hens Gc Springs (heavy breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) 6c Stags 6c Old cocks (heavy) 5c Merchants Quotations Eggs, cash 12c* Eggs, in trade 13-14c* Butter, Plymouth 28c Butter, Clear Lake 26c Butter, State Brand 28c Butter, Very Best 28c Butter, Dairy Maid 26c Butter, Brookfield 26c Potatoes, peck 30c 'EDITOR'S- NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO POULTJRV CHICAOO. April 18. Lit--Poultry, live, 1 car, 33 trucks, easy; hens over 5 Ibs. 14!4; 0 Ibs. and under, 10%; Leghorn hens 14; fryers, 23: sprincs, 23: Rock broilers 22 to 23. colored. 22. Leghorn, 21; bare backs, 18; roosters, 8%; turkeys. 12 to 18 spring ducks, 13 to 1C; old ducks, UK to UK; geese, 8. CHICAGO FBODCCE CHICAGO. April 18. (.-P)--Butter, 7,975 unsettled; creamery-specials (93 score), 22', to 22»i; extras (92). 21%; extra firsts (90-91). 2156; firsts (83-89). 21 to 21V1 seconds (86-87). 20%: standards (90 cen trallzed carlots), 22. Eggs--27,853. unset tied; extra firsts, cars, 16 a 4, local, le'i fresh graded firsts, cars, 16H. local 15-i current receipts, 151,;. NEW TOKK PRODUCE. NEW YORK. April 18. LW--Butter, 13, 757. steady, creamery, first (87-91 scores 22rjj'23c; centralized (90 score) 223ic: othe grades unclianced; extra (92 score) 23c. BESS. 49,960; easier. Nixed colors, spe clal packs or selecUons from fresh receipts 18viiP20Uc; standards and commercia standards I8®isy,c; firsts l7@17Vlc; sec onds 16®16U C; mediums 40 Ibs. and dlrtic No. t. 42 Ibs.. 16Uc: average checks 13'/.c storage packed firsts IT^c. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. April IS. I.T'i--Ecg futures closed: Storage packed firsts April 17Sc refrigerator standards October IQYuC, No butter futures. Potato futures.- Idaho russets Hay $1.50 ^ElV YORK NEW YORK. April IS. C-P)--Dressed poultry, firm. Ducks, fresh, 15W. to 16; other grades unchanged. Live poultry, weak. Broilers, express 12 to 25: turkeys, express. 17 to 23: other express and all freight- grades unquoted. HIDES, WOOL $1.73 Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., SOS Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES lorsehides Cured beef hides reen beef hides .... WOOL o. 1 clean bright..,, emibright ...i lejects ..240 lb. .23c !b. ..19c lb. WOOL MABKET. BOSTON. April IS. IJPl--U. S. depart- lent of agriculture-- · ' - ilost manufacturers showed very little nterest in wool in the Boston market. Any uylnp that took place was only to fill small mmediate requirements. Quotations on domestic wool were nil largely nominal O e- ause of the lack of sales. Twelve months exas wools were available at around 84-85 ints scoured basis for choice lines and at 1-83 cents for average. These asking prices er e on a slightly lower level than prices on mall sales a few weeks ago. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE Less than 1,000,000 shares were traded uesday, signifying continued lack of inter- st. Lifting of pressure on grains aided :ock prices, but there was no concerted emand. Fluctuations were narrow, but net up to a point were the rule at the ose. It becomes increasingly difficult to ze market movements, authorities de- are. The list has failed to demonstrate y to pierce previous resistance levels, n the other hand, there has been support the market during periods of pressure. the majority of sessions over a period of everal weeks activity has ' enlarged when is market was moving upward. This was rue again Tuesday. The Industrial averages ained *t, point in the flnaJ hour when trad- ng was materially greater than during pre- eding periods. In ether words, more than ne-half of the gain-this division registered or the day was accomplished during a sln- le hour when volume.was at its best. ARXXNGS ETTEK "With corporation earnings shoeing im- rovement commensurate with expectations; arloadings again recording increases; steel perations expanding; prices increasing as n offset to higher costs there Is wide sat;faction with the Inherent soundness of busi- ess. Broad interpretation of the admlnts- ration's stand on monetary matters is eading to greater confidence in the business mind-, but there is a demand for a more lear-cut declaration of policy. Note was made of the fact that establish- d market leaders were In the van of the ay's rally. American Telephone gained 2 onts, Atchison l j ,s; Chrysler nearly 1, while majority of comparable issues ruled ractionally better throughout the day. IOYED JPWABD U. S. Smelting moved upward 2 points, ut other mining shares held around tlie Monday close. U, S. steel and Getneral Mot- scored fractional gains as did Montgomry Ward aad Sears Roebuck. Radio's snares ·ere prominent trading features again and lie preferred A dominating the group v.-ith , 1% rise. Packing shares were responsive 5 sponsorship, Armour preferred rebound- ng 3 to 73. Snidsr Packing gaining 111 ·hile the Wilson issues, "A" and preferred, n up 1% and 2-M. respectively. Motion picture shares were again In de,and, Pathe gaining fractionally as did xiews. Liggett and Mvers B gained 1 on limited trade. Packard was the trading eature of the motor division and held un- hanged at the close. }reene Goes Extra Frame to Win 4-3 Tourney Game GREENE, April 18.--Greene high chool won 4 to 3 from Parkersburg n a Butler county baseball touma- ,ent game Tuesday afterroon on tie local field. The content went ight innings, the count bein^ tied n the seventh as Parkersburg scor- d 3 runs. Appleby was the outstanding reene batter, driving in 3 runs, 'hile Gertzema was best for Park- rsburg, pitching the ba'J game and lowing the locals 7 hiU 1 . Kanter ave up 3 for Greene, EXTREME TOP UP 5 CENTS TO $4,05 Receipts of 18,000 Total 3,000 More Than Had Been Estimated. CHICAGO, April 18. (/P)--The hog market was strong to 5 cents higher today with the extreme top in early trading touching $4.05, 5 cents above yesterday's peak. Receipts of 18,000, including 6,000 direct, were 3,000 more than had been estimated, better than a week ago but lighter than a year ago. The bulk of good hogs sold for S3.70 to 54.00 with light lights ?3.90 downward. Pigs were below $3.25. Receipts generally were normal and the general trend of prices at outside markets was higher. Cattle were active with the better grade of fed steers and yearlings steady to strong, with several loads of weighty bullocks selling for ?8. Receipts were better than had been expected. Sheep opened low in a weak undertone and.prices for lambs fell '25 cents or more lower. Sellers held to demands of $10 and upward bul early bids were well under $9.75. Arrivals totaled 6,000 on top of an anticipated receipt of 7,000 head. Hog Markets MIDWKST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Wednesday: \VATEKLOO«-Pr!me hogs. 180-200 Ibs.. $3 to 53.30; 200-260 Ibs., $3.10 to S3.40; 200 300 Ibs.. 53 to 53.30; 300-325 Ibe., 52.90 lo $3.20; 325-350 Ibs., 52.80 to 53.10; good packers. 5.2CO to 52.80. OTTt'MU'A--All hog grades 5 ceats high cr: 140-160 Ibs., S2.CS; 160-180 Ibs.. 53.05: 180-200 Ibs., 53.50: 200-240 Ibs., 53.50; 240260 Ibs.. J3.45: 260-280 Ibs.. 53.35: 280-310 Ibs., 53.25: 310-300 Ibs.. J3.10: over 350 Ibs.. 52.70 to S3: packers under 350 Ibs.. J2.55 lo 52.85; packers. 350-450 Ibs.. 52.45 to 52.75; packers over 500 Ibs.. 52.25 lo $2.55: thin packers and pigs priced at killing values. CKDAK KAPIDS--Hogs and corn unchanged. J)BS .MOINES--Unchanged. AUSTIN--Choice light lights. 140-160 Ills.. $2.70: choice lights. 160-180 Ibs., 53.05: choice medium, iso-200 Ibs., 53.35: 200-220 Ibs.. 220-250 Ibs.. 53.45: choice heavy butch, er. 250-290. 53.30. 290-350 Ibs.. 53.15. 350 Ibs. and up, 52.95; choice packers, 275-350 Ibs., 52.80. 350-425 Ibs., $2.70, 425-550 Ibs., 550 Ibs. and up, 52.60. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES, April 18. (.VI--U. E. partmcnt of agriculture-- de- Mason City Livestock MASON CITY. April IB.-- UOGS Steady to 30 cents higher. Best sorted lights 200-240 53.45 Best medium weight butchers 240-2GO 53.45 Best heavy butchers 2GO-300 53.30 Best prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 S3.K Best packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 52.8( Best heavy sows, smooth ,. 350-400 ....2.7C Best WE heavy sows, smooth 450-500 $2.30 Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160, ISO) $2.20, J2.70, 52.80 CATTIX Choice young steers .. 000-1,000 $4.73-3.30 Medium to good yearling steers 900-1,000 S3.75-4.50 Choice corn fed steers 1,000-1.200 Medium to good corn ted oteers 1,000-1,200 J3.75-4.50 Low grade steers .. S2.5G-3.M Fair heifers 600-8UO (2.75-3.50 Oood helfcra eoo-800 S3.5u-4.00 Choice to prime belfers 600-800 Butchers cowa, fair to good .. Good to choice cowa , Choice to prime cowa ........... .nferlor canners Fair to good cannera Good cutter cowa Common to fair bulls ... Fair to good heavy bulls Jood to choice bulls . . 'ood to choice calves, 130-190.. 54.00-4.5y .J2.00-2.50 ...$2,50-2.75 ,..$2,75-3-00 ,.. .73-1.00 ,..$1.25-1.50 ,..51.50-2.00 . .51.75-2.25 ..52.00-H.25 ...52.25-2.75 S4.00-5.00 Medium to good calves. 130-190 ^3.00-4.00 on calves LAMBS Choice lamos 70-90 $7.75-8.25 iledlum to good lambs ... 70-90 56.75-7.75 Suck lambs 51 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuation*. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. * CHICAGO, April IS. LPJ--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 18,000 Including 6,000 direct; early rade active, strong to Oc higher than Tuesday; 170 to 2SO Ibs. SS.OQiM; extreme top ;4.05; most light lights $3.90 down and pigs lelow $3.25; packing sows mainly $3.10@ :.30. Light light, good and choice, 140 to 60 Ibs., S3.50ijl3.90; light weight, 160 to 00 Ibs., S3-754; medium weight, 200 to 50 Ibs. 53.85^4.05; heavy weight, 250 to 50 Ibs., $3.65£r3.95; packing sows, medium good, 275 to 550 Ibs., 52.90(^3.50; pigs, ood and choice, 100 to 130 Ibs., S2.25tJ3.50. CATTLE 11,000; calves 2,000; better ;rade fed steers and yearlings steady to trong; all weighty bullocks getting good ac- ton; several loads S8; some held higher; icdlum grade light steers steady to weak; ther killlnE classes generally steady; mi- lerous loads all representative weights $7.25 pward; best light heffera 56.40; slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, good and choice, 50 to 900 Ibs., $6.50@7.90; 900 to 1100 Ibs. 6.50£'S; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., $6.75®S.15; 300 to 1500 Ibs. $6.75@S.15; common and lum, 550 to 1300 Ibs., $4.50a6.75; helf- rs, good and choice, 550 to 750 Ibs., 55-25® .40; common and medium, $3.50@5,25; ows, good, 53.75®4.75; common and m«- ium S3'53.75; low cutter and cutter, 52®o; ull$ (yearlings excluded) good (beef) 53.35 *7 3.75; cutter, common and medium. S3@ !50; vealers, good and choice, $5.50@7.50; medium 51.505.50; cu'i and common 53.50 34.50; stocker and feeder cattle; Steers, ood and choice, 500 to 1050 Iba., 54.75® common and medium 53.50@5. SHEEP 6,000; lambs opening slow, under- one weak to 25c or more lower; sellers asking steady to $10 upward, but early bids sll under $9.75; clipped lambs as yet un- oid; sheep about steady; jambs, 90 Ibs. own, good and choice, S9.75©10; common nd medium S7.25Q29.75; 90 to 93 Ibs., good nd Choice, S9.65'@9.90: ewes. 90 to 150 Ibs., ood and choice, $3.75®5.25; all weights, ornmoQ and medium, $3@'4.2o. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, April IS. LT)--U. S. de- artment of agriculture-CATTLE 4.500; good and choice medium ,nd heavy weight beeves fairly active, firm; itherg slow; scattered early sales long year- Ings steady; lighter weights tending weak; at she stock steady to easy; stockers and eeders scarce, unchanged; five loads choice around 1075 to 1275 lb. beeves 57; choice eavy bullocks held above $5.75; most beef ows $2.75 5? 4; low cutters and cutters maln- Sl-75@2~.50; few medium stockers §4@ ".25. HOGS 6,500; fairly active, steady to IQc ligher; top S3.45: bulk better grade 130" to SO lb. weights S3.25'S3.40; 2SO to 350 lb. weights S3.152 ; 3.25; medium grade butchers S3.20 down; good 140 to 170 lb. weights 2.75$3.Z5; sows mostly lOc lower at S2.SO (52.90: feeder pigs $2.50; few up to $2.65. EEC 2,000; no early bids on fed lambs; lackers talking around 25c lower; holding est wooled offerings above 59.40 and clip- icrs above 5S; other killing classes scarce. Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In interior Jowa and southern Minnesota, for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 15,900 compared witn 8,100 a week ago and 19.200 a year ago. Prices steady to 5c higher than Tuesday's average, trading only moderately active at the advance, apparently loading somewhat lighter for Wednesday. Quotations: Good and choice, light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. $2.70(fii3.35; light -weights 160 to ISO Ibs. J3.05@3.50; ISO to 200 Ibs. $3.30 t!?3.60: medium weights 200 to 220 ibs. 53-35 f33.G5; 220 to 250 Ibs. $3,35®3.65; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. $3.1S@3.65; 200 to 350 !bs. 53ift'3-4!i; good packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. $2.73(i?3.05: 350 to 425 Ibs. 52.700 3; 425 to 550 Ibs. 52.50^2.90. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. April 18. UP)--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 9.000; fairly active, 5c to mostly lOc higher; good to choice ISO to 270 Ibs. 53.35^3.45; top $3.50; medium grades 53.10 ®3.25; desirable 270 to 350 Ibs. 53.10® 3-40: 140 to 180 Ibs. $2.75S'3.35; feeder pigs mostly 51.75; packing sows $2.85ft3; aver- agn cost Tuesday $3-13: weight 250. CATTHB 10,000; calves 500; fed steers and yearlings uneven, strictly good to choice long feds steady, but slow to weak with lower tendency on short feds, particularly yearlings and light steers; she stock slow, v.eak; bulls fully steady; vealers active, strong; stockers and feeders scarce, early Sales fed steers and yearlings 55.25 £?6.75; several loads $7(5;7-30 with choice 1266 lb. 57.40; heifers 54.00^5.23: few loads $5.25 W5.85; beef cows 53iH: cutter crades S1.75 ii?2.50; medium buiis 52.652.S3; practical top vealers $6.50, few S7. SHEEP 8,000; lambs slow, early bids and a few sales steady to 25c lower; other classes scarce, steady; early bids fed wooled [ambs down from 59-50; early sales fresh shorn lambs up to S7.80; some held higher* shorn ewes down from 53.50; shearing lambs Up to $9.35. KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITV, April 18. LP3--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 4,000; 400 direct: closed fairly active; fully steady with Tuesday's average: op 53-55 on ISO to "SO Ibs.; pood and choice 140 to 160 Ibs, $2.75^3.35; 160 to ISO Ibs. £3.30fF3.55; ISO to 200 Ibs. 53.40'i?3.5o: -00 o 220 Ibs. $3.45(fr3.ri5; 220 to 250 Ibs. $3.45 Pi3.55; 250 to 290 Ibs. S3.401i'3.55; 290 to 350 Ibs, S3.305S3.50; packing sows 275 to 550 Ibs. $2.60ft'3. CATTLE 6,000; calves 800; better grade fed steers steady; after killing classes steady .o weak; vealers strong; stockers and feeders alow, steady; early top fed steers $7.25; steers, pood and choice 550 to 900 Ibs- 55-75 (ft)7.50; SCO to 1100 Ibs. S3.S3®"-SO; 1100 to 1300 Ibs. S6.155t'7.60; 1300 to IflOO Ibs. Se'fi) 7.GO; common and medium 550 IbE. uo S3-S;? ; heifers; good and choice 550 to 900 Ibs. 54.75^-6.15: common and medium 550 to 900 bs. S35t4.73: cows, good, $3.50?r4: common and medium $2.50ii'3.50; vealers (milk fed) medium tn choice 53.5Qfi.6.50; cull and common S2.501?3.50; stocker and feeder steers, ;ood and choice (all weights) 54.25^3.73; common and medium {all weights) 52.50® 4.50, SHEEP 8,000; practically nothing sold early ; opening bids around 25c lower on fed lambs and springers; best fed lambs ic'tl above S9.50; spring lambs, choice $9.r.Q ^10; good $S.7S$9.50; medium $7.75173.75; ambs. good and chnice (x) 90 Ibs. down $9 if?9.50; common and medium 90 Ibs. down S: good and chnice fx) 90 to 9S Ibs. SS.75'-F9-50; yearling wethers, medium to choice 90 to 110 Ibs. $5.75?S.23: ewes, good and choice 90 to 150 Ibs. 54^5.25. (x--Quotations based on ewes and weth- irs). LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO. April 18. (.=p--Official estimated receipts Thursdav: Cattle, 7,000; hogs, 17,000: sheep, 11.000, STOCK MARKET HEADS UPWARD Advances in Brisk Forenoon Demand; Buying Continues in Late Trading. NEW YORK, April 18. UP)-Stocks advanced in a brisk forenoon demand today. Preferred shares and specialties were particularly firm Buying continued into the late trading although volume was lighter National Lead sored 13 points. Liggett Myers B, U. S. Smelting American Telephone and Columbian Carbon rose 2 to -3. U. S. Steel was a point higher. Transfers approximated 1,500,000 shares. Equities were again inclined to ignore gains, although the latter displayed rallying tendencies. Better business and industrial news, together with brighter Washington prospects, were generally creditec with the improvement in sentiment Cotton, rubber and silver futures took a step or so forward. A number of bonds again established "new highs." The dollar exhibited strength in foreign exchange markets on the belief that the administration was pointing to the "right." Curb Market NEW YORK, April 18. LT', 1 --Buying of Industrials featured today's curb market. Trading was not particularly active, but a quiet demand for shares tn the category mentioned was evident and several listings rose a, point or more. Utilities also Improved, though less extensively. The power output figures for last week registered a larger than seasonal increase. Oils ivere Jinn and metals made moderate gains. Greyhound corporation traded briskly, rising about a point. Safety Car. Montgomery Ward "A," Sullivan Machinery and Pittsburgh Plate Glass rose major fractions to more than 2 points while Great Atlantic and Pacific had a larger gain. Swi ft and company. Electric Bond and Share, American Can and American Cyan- araid "B" were miscellaneous firm spots. Bond Market NEW YORK, April IS. (.T.'---All eectlons : the bond market showed firmness In values during the early trading today. Dealings were in moderate volume and In corporate divisions on a reduced scale as compared with yesterday. High grade issues had a. pood tone. U. S. governments were lightly traded through the forenoon within a spread of l-32d of point 'higher to l-32d down. Long term :rcasury issues v.-ero generally a. shade above the previous closing levels. few secondary loans rose a point or so, but the major group moved within fractional limits with small gains predominating. Continuing yesterday's upward trend, American and Foreign Power 55 rose about point to a new 1934 high. A fairly long list o£ rail, utility and miscellaneous issues added small fractions under light trading. Shell Union Oil, United Drup, Western Union and Erie quotations were slightly low- Trading interest in the foreipn list was concentrated in a. Tew groups of which the German and Argentine loans made the best snowing. U. S. BOND (iCOTATtOXS NEW YORK, April IS. LI')--United States government bonds closed: Liberty 3¥'s, 103.28. Liberty First 4\i's, 103.22. Liberty Fourth 4H 's, 104. Treasury 4Vi's, 47-52, 110.24. Treasury 4's, 44-54, 106-21. Treasury 3%'s, 40-43, June, 103.10. Treasury 3;fe's, 46-49, 100.20. Treasury 3's, 51-55, 99.24. Lamson Brothers Market Letter Representative Sales CHICAGO. April 18. (.PI-- U. S. department of agriculture-- Representative sales: HOGS. Light-Heavy-- 362 319 275 Medium-90 235 ,2 231 a 220 1 211 3.65 3.80 : 3.90 3.95 196 382 181 174 Light Lights-31 2S iteers- .5 SOUTH ST. PACT. LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. April IS. liP--U. S. lepartment of agriculture-CATTLE 2.500; general supply slaughter teers and yearlings medium and lower jades, slow, bids weaker; few desirable fed cads sold early strong 15 cor more higher; icifers active. 10-15C up; cows steady to trong; bulls steady, asking higher for bet- er grade feeder steers: good 800 to 1275 . fed yearlings and steers around 56.50: edium grades down to S5.25: good to holce yearling heifers S5.25S"6.25; strictly hoice 102.1 Ibs. 56.35; lower grade light weights $3.5035; beef cows $3.15S'4; grain ed t OS4.50: most low cutters and cutters 2(!i2.73; medium bulls S2.75S3; attractive earling feeders held well above S5.50; alvcs 2.700: steady to 50c higher; bulk etter grades S4.50:55.50; choice selections 6. HOGS 4.500; averaging strong to lOc hlgn: than Tuesday; better 170 to 2GO Ibs. lostly 53.55Si3.65: top 53.65 to all Inter- sts; some held higher; heavier weights and icdium grades down to $3.25 or below; ackinp sows $2.83^3.10: better 140 tn 160 bs. mostly 53^3.50: pigs largely $2'i2.50; veragc cost Tuesday 53-31, weight 224. SHF.EP 500; no early sales siauphtpr ambs; packers talking 25c lower on light ipply wooled offerings; sellers asking fully .fady; bulk fed v.-ooled lambs Tuesday 9.5039.60; clipped lambs §7.75 down. 1301 13S1 1205 1122 950 1850 1127 3.80 4.00 3.95 4.05 CAULK. Heifen 8.15 35 8.00 IS 7,85 25 7.75 7.50 4.00 3.90 3.93 3.90 3. SO 3.70 Cows 2 6.50 9.50 6-14 787 986 890 1295 1160 1010 S45 Fed Western Lambs Clipped Ewes- ISO S 9.GO 11 131 220 SS 9.60 14 16S Clipped Lambs-- Wooled Lambs-- 6.40 6.00 4.50 4.00 3.25 2.23 210 200 ISO 86 80 34 S'25 8.00 13S 146 JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 I. O. 0. F. Vhone 843 Closing produce letter--BUTTER--The spot market was easier and quotations on all grades were ^1 cent lower. The withdrawals in the four markets yesterday were 57,546 pounds more than last year. There were no sales in futures, although market showed an easier tono and there were more offerings of June and November butter. EGGS--As a result of more offerings on the spot call the spot market declined cent. The four markets storing figures yesterday were 1,943 cases more than last year. Futures opened 'ii cents lower and all sales of Octobers were at 19 ^ cents with this price bid at the close. April CSRS closed unchanged. There seems to be strong buying interest in October eggs around 19 cents. POTATOES--Market easier, May closing seven points lower at $1.50. BASEBALL MAN DIES. DES MOINES, April IS. OP)-Frank P. Flynn, 60, insurance man and baseball enthusiast, died of a self inflicted bullet wound. He was owner of the Des Moines baseball club 30 years ago and had maintained an active interest in the sport. MARKET REVIEW. CHICAGO, April IS.-Wheat--The action of the grain markets today was much better than in the two previous sessions when liquidation was depressing prices. Sentiment was improved, not only as a- result of today's trend but due to the better tone In stocks and cotton. There was a noticeable lack of pressure today and as buying orders predominated, prices averaged higher most of the session, wheat at one time showing around a cent above yesterday's finish. There was a continuance of the changing and spreading operations between the various deliveries which has been underway for some time. There were no developments at Washington to cause activity but sentiment leaned more to the fax-orabie side with regard lo the ultimate outcome of legislation regulating commodity exchanges. Profit taking near the close caused a lower closing level of prices. Winnipeg held -within a narrow range, with export sales of around 500,000 bushels Indicated. It was estimated that as high as 20.000,000 bushels have sold for shipment out ol Montreal when navigation opens. Course Grains--Corn and oats displayed a relatively finnner undertone than wheat but eased slightly in the late transactions. Commission houses were fair buyers at times while cash interests took May and sold the deferred deliveries. The seaboard figured that American com was about 3c too high for export business. Cash demand for corn continued good, sales being 110.000 bushels, while bookings were only 3,000. Seeding of oats is reported as practically completed over a large area with rain now needed in some sections to give the crop a good starl. Today's action indicated that urgent liquidation is probably over for the present and the market appears in position to constructive news. BUTTER--Butter trade was quiet. There seems to be an undercurrent of unsettledness among operators here which on the surface seems likely to lead to even lower spot quotations. EGGS--Today's cash quotations dedined- '/s to 3 - cent with market conditions more or less "unsettled and barely steady. Futures opened U cent lower and sold at that point all morning. Comment--While no radical changes are expected in either direction there seems to be a change of sentiment in favor of lower prices for butter. Good support continues lor eggs on all reactions. JNO. F. CLARK CO. Chicago - New York - New Orleans 323 I. O. F. Bids. Phones 8*5-846 A. R. HE.VDIHCKSON, Branch Mgr. New York Stock Exchange New York t'offce Jt Sucar Exchange "civ York Produce Exchange New York Curb Exchance (Associate) New York Mercantile Exchange New York Cotton Exchange rhlcnjro Stock Exchange Chicago Board of Tmdfc Chicago Curb Etchanpc AM'n. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Commodity Exchange. Inc. N'cw Orlcnn* Cotton Kxchancc Stock List NEW VOItK STOCKS. NEW YORK. April 18. Cf) nnul quotations. Air Reduct 100 Johns Manvllle 37 Alleghany 3 IS Al Che Dye 152 !i Am Can 104 Vi Am For Pow 10 ft Am Pow Lt SS Am Sm Ref 43 Vi Am Steel Fdrs 20 5214 74 K Am Sugar A T T Am Water Wks 20 ?i Anaconda ]65i Atchlson (19 All Hef 2!« Auburn 49V Aviation Corp 87'« Baldwin Loco i4% B 0 29 U Barnsdali W Vi Bendix 18- v Beth St! 43 Bordens 23*i Borg Warn 255s Burr Add 33?i Canada Dry 27 Can Pac 36% Case G911 Cerro de Pasco 36 5^ Ches 0 4731 Chi E 111 C N W 335S Chic Gt W 4S Chic Gt W pfd . . C M S P P OS C M S P P pf 11' C R 1 £ P 4?i Chrysler 53% Col G E 15»i Comwlth Sou 21 3254 96 Vi 34 X 42 1855 Cons Gas Cons Oil Contl Can Contl ins Contl Mot Com Prod Curtlss Wright Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow £ Lt Fox Film A Freeport Tex 38 12*1 82 Hi 33.t 45 fi Genl Am Trans 4Uft Gen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sue Hudson Mtrs III Cent Int Han' Int Nick Can I T T 22" 34 S 38% 11=1 9 21 "H 16% X :»i 29 3d 20 4 32 "i 41V- Ivennecott Kresge Kroger Us My B Loews Wiles Lorillard Maytag McKcss it Eob Mid Cont Pet M K T Mo Pac Montg Ward Morrell Nash Nat Blsc Natl ca Ree A Natl Dairy Natl Distill Natl Pow ft IA HiJi N r Cent 35 !i N Y N H H 19 No Amer 19ii. No Pac 35 !i Oliver Farm Oliver Farm pt 231 Packard 55-1. Penick Ford Penney Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rem Rand Rep stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Roeb Shell U Skelly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cal St Oil N J Stew Warn Stone Wefc Studebaker Tex Corp Tex Gulf Su! Tim Roll Eter Un Carb Un Pac Unit Air United Corp 6Vi U S Gypsum 41 U S Indus Alch 33!J U S Rubber 22% U S Steel 51"» Wabash 4 Warner Pict 7^ West El llfg 39-M Woolworth 54 1 ~ wrlgley 625i Yel Tr 5'i S5i 13% 12 5i 31'i 245143-, 31 59 67 S5«i 50% 35 (i 58 12 V, 22 5i 45 50" 951. 10 !i 16". 45»_! 9Vi 26 H 30% 34 H 45 U 332 24 Northwest Bane 47s Quaker Oats 122 Swlrt and Co 17 a i Swift Intl 30 Utility and Ind I S CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO. April 18. Cent Pub Serv A H Natl Leather Cities Service 2;1 Dexter Co 5 TCatz Drug 3T Kellogs Switch f)« Llbby-McNeil 7 Midwest Utilities *,i Zenith By The Associated Press* Bid and Asked April ]8. Corporate Trust Shares 2.11 No Corp. Tr. Sh. AA Mod. ... 2.37 2.50 Corp. Tr. Sh. Accum. Ser. 2.03 N'o Corp. Tr. Accum. Ser. Mod.. 2.35 2.4R Dividend Shares , 1.24 l.ic Nationwide Sec. 3.40 3.59 Nationwide Sec. vtc 1.33 1.43 North Amer. Tr. Sh 1.93 No North Amer. Tr. Sh, 1955 2.50 No Quarterly Inc. Shares .... 1,33 3.46 Selected Amer. Shares 2.77 No Selected Cum. Shares 7.09 No Selected Income Shares ... 3,68 4 , 2 5 Super Corp. Am. Tr. A ... 3.10 No U. S, El. L. and Pow. A. . 13 32'A Do. B 2.15 2.25 Do B. vtc 82 .00 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 30 CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix Corp 1ST, Lib. McN t Lib 7 Borg-Wam Cp 25U Marshall Fields Butler Bros 11 "a " " Cities Service Co 2% Cord Corp 6 Gr Lks Dredge 21 Kalamazoo Stvs 555 Key St Wire 18 Vi NEW YORK CURB Amer Gas El 27-?i Hecla Mlnin, Amer Cyan B 20-1* Am Sup Pow Co 35s Ark Natl Gas A 1% Can Ind AIlc Quaker Oats 307 Swift Co I"'; Swift Infl CO U S Gypsum Walgreen Co Ztnlth Can Marconi 27s DIst Seag Corp 21V, Elec B Share 17 W Ford M of Can 24% Ford M of Eng 8V« Hir Walker Co 44 i Hud B' M S J45i Humble Oil Co 455; Niag Hud Pow 65-,- Pennroad Corp 35g S O Ind Co 2754 United Gas Co 3 Un L Pow A 3-"rI Util P Li Co 1% NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 21 'A Am Bank Note 20 U Am Beet 3u Co 12H Am C Fd Co 2815 Am Holl'B Mills 24 ;i Amer Metal Co 25 Am Ra s Co 157s Amer Tob Co 72 Armour Co A 7?s As Dry Goods 1G' S Bel Hemingway 14% Best Co 33% Briggs Mfg Co 16 ii Budd Mfg Co GVi B'yers A JI Co 28 Calif Packing 30 Caterpillar Trac 32 M Coca Cola Co 119% Com credit 34 M Com Solvents 29'.a Cont oil 21^1 Iream of Wh 33',£ Cudahy Pack'g 48 Cur-W'ri Co A 10 Douglas Aircr 21 Baton Mfg Co 22',4 Elec Auto Lite 2754 Erie R E Co 23 Firest T R 22»i First Natl sirs 66 Foster-Wheeler 19 1 ,.* :lidden Co 26% ·t North'n Ore 137^ Hahn Dept Strs 7^i Hershey Ch Co 59 Houston Oil 26^i Houst oil (new) 3 Hupp Motors 5 Indian Ref Co 3 ] .£ Indust Rayon 87 Int'l Carriers 10 Jewel Tea Co 49 S± Kelvinator Co 39H Lambert Co 27 '-i Liquid Carb Cp 30 !i Loose-Wiles Bis 42 Mack Truck 33% Mathieson Alk 36 McLellan Stores 37« Mex Seab'd Oil 36a; Minn, Mol Imp 4!i Motor Products 36^i MUDS Wear, Ine 25 No Amer Av 6 ] ,g Otis Steel Co 654 Owen 111. Glass 87',Park Utah cop 4T, Peoples. G LI SS'.i Pillsbury Flour 25 Plymouth oil 3355 Prod Refin s; Pub Ser of N J 38VI Pure Oil Co 12»i Purity Bakery 16% Reo Motors 5 St Joseph Lead 23 Vi Simmons Co 21 So calif Edison ·"·', Sperry Corp lO-Ti Tide Wa As Oil 13vj U S Smelter 126"j. Util P LI A 4 Vanadium 27'.-'. Union Oil Calif 17% Un Gas Imp 16VJ Warren Bros 30^1 Western Myld 15% Western Union 56 Worth'n Pump 26 Youngs S T 28 : t HOME OWNERS LOAN CORPORATION BONDS 4% $25-$50-§100 and up Due July 1st, 1951 BOUGHT -- SOLD -- QUOTED INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City, Iowa

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