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Mason City, Iowa
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. J12 DANCE »t the Avolon Ballroom MANLY, IOWA Saturday, Jan. 6 Music by EARL HUNT And Hi* Orchestra The Old Chapel at West Point contains a memorial plaque to Benedict Arnold, but his name has been deliberately gouged out, leaving only his rank and date of birth. D A N C E SERVICE MEN'S CLUB 317 N. Federal SATURDAY, JAN. 6 Mack'* Orchestra MEMBF.KS ONLY FRL SAT. C IE C IIIL FRI. SAT. STARTS SUNDAY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTB HOG MARKET STEADY, STRONG Ceiling Top Paid in Chicago Transactions Chicago, (JP)~ The hog market Friday was fairly active, and s 'e, ad y ° strong on barrows and pits. Top was at $14.75, the ceil- TM/ « were 13,000, or 1,000 more than expected. Packers received 10,000 more direct. Packers are still competing for receipts in the current active market. . (WFA)^Salable hoga 13.000- total 23,000: fairly active, steady to strong ofc barrows and gilts steady on sows, good and choice 1-14.70, top ?14.75; few good and choice 150-180 Ibs. $14.0014.60; virtually all fat sows at 514.00 ceiling; complete clearance Salable catUe 3,000; total 3,000- salable calves 700; total 70U; good beef cows steady to 25 cents lower, bulk going on shipper account- I buUc receipts comprise cow*, mostly middle grade beef cows and canners and cutters, these 25-50 cents lower, cutters $8.00 down: most good cows $13'.00-14.00; all other classes largely steady. Top Local Livestock BOOS MASON cm-- Toe Friday 10 to » cat* *TM* y UfhU I*O-IM *u.u 190-170 113J5 .......... Good light lights ....... ." J70-180 81375 Good light light. ..... 1M4M 114.25 ..... .. Good med.. wt butchen Good med. wt. butchers Good med. wt. butchers - . med. wt. butchers Z20-Z» l j J 240-270 114.25 370-300 IU.2S 130-380 Good «ow» 3«0-«00 »13.SS --TM _~~~» and heifen ... Com. steers and helten .. Good to choice cows ...,.., Med. cows . V10.00.J1.00 . * 7.00- ».00 1 S.OO-JO.OO , » e.oo- t.oo . * 7.00- Midwest Livestock Trend Albtrttw. Ulna, 10-lSe higher PUCES) Austin, """ i b s . . . . : : : : juts 190-170 IPS. Jii'S 170-190 )h. 180-200 Ibs. 200-130 Ibs. 210-340 Ibs. 140-170 lb«. 970-900 Iba. 300-390 Ib.. JW-MO : Good : I70OOO 900-390 . 413.00 . S1WS $11.79 811.15 JU.2S 5-1! c higher »12.SS *IJ.10 114.10 IliJO IU-M (Mar Baplda IO-15C hither * · 111.10 114.10 . 113.M *!».» »14.00 114.00 . I K.IK *J.« »1J.W . IU.S4 . 413.1 413.K I134J . canners, heavy 500* 000 Ornne«, ii^t ...........'..""I ISt- 500 Fancy, select calves *12 00-13 3 Calv«. gi to cholc, 130.1SO JlLOO-llloO Calves, fair to good, 130-1M s 9.00-10.00 Calve., coroinon to Ulr Calves, cull GmuSn. MASO*T CITY--Tor . lambs, go. to ch. 1 lambs *«J ew««, eood'ia Bucka . - - J14.00-16.00; heifers very scarce, fairly broad clearance stock cattle this week at $9.50-12.50 mostly choice fleshy feeders to $13.25. CHICAGO CASH CBAIN (Friday Market) OaU: No. 1 special heavy red, T»c. top sisjioeifcred oVi- clover 510.65; alsike J28.SO. * Scandinavian ACCORDION BAND Fri. CHUCK HALL'S ORCH., Sat. and Sun. The Ail-Time Record-Breakers *BOB BERKEY AND HIS . MUSICAL GEMS (CBS FAVORITES) Starring WALTER BLOOM DOLORES THE THREE JEWELS NEXT TOURS. This Popular Band broke the All-Time Records of all "Name" bands last year at the Surf by playinr there five times In that one year. LATE BUS AFTER DANCE EVERT FRIDAY - SATURDAY -STRAND- Friday Nile and Saturday RED BLOODED THRILLS! ENDS FRIDAY NIGHT IN THE BLUERQQM." ANNE. GWYNNE SATURDAY THRU TUESDAY Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens at 12:30 The mot lovable in mystery fiction...onthe screen at tot! SanDtego · EDWARD EVEfttrtT HOHTON IpinSE AU.BR1TTON |^ JOKHAU. - jajc WOKE L A K f ' . f · ' . : · Added: Disney Cartoon Matinee Saturday at Z p. SUN. - MON. - TUBS. Yon'U Scream With Daughter! --"--'-- r»- ** --ay **'^5 P »*S«?.C*i*?OH.lOM Added: Cartoon and News lontfnnons Sunday, Starts at 1 . * LOO- S.OO - * .7J-UO GRAIN PRICE CHANGES SMALL Trade Dull;'Most of Futures List SteaoV Chicago, (ff) --Grain markets were dull and price changes were small Friday. Most of the futures list was about steady. Wheat was off nearly a cent at one time but recovered when commission house buying developed on the break. At the finish wheat was %c to Vic lower than Thursday's close, May ?1.66H. Corn was unchanged, May $1.12%. Oats were up %c to %c, May 68%c. Bye was up Vic to %c, May $1.17%-%. Barley was unchanged to y a c lower, May $1.15'/a. CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Frta.j Market) WU0IIU ELLIOTT "6t%"HAYB MbyllAKE , WHEAT-- Hlzh May ......... 1.S8W, July ......... 1.5SV, Sept. ....... .. US Dec. .... ..... 1.5731 CORN-- M«y ......... U3 July ......... 1.12% Sept. ......... J.I154 OATS-May .......... 68*', July .......... H Sept. .......... 62ii EYE-May ......... J.ITit July ......... U3V4 Sept. ......... l.lOii BARLEY-......... MSVi July ......... 1,10 Loxv 1.65% 1.58 1. 1254 1.U 1.1154 1.15* 1.09% Close 1.6614 1.58% 1.57% 1.3744 I.llVi 1.17V4 1.13H 1.10 1.15% 1.10 Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Friday No. 2 white oats, 32 ftre 70c No. 2 shelled corn; old $1.02 No. 2 shelled corn, new 96%c All kinds of GOOD PASTRIES at The Soda Grill D A N C E of RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 North Kentucky Soturdoy, Jan. 6 MUSIC BY HAZEL AND HER BAND SELECTED RAILS AT7 YEAR PEAKS Many Leaders Run Up Against Profit Cashing New Tork, 0P)_ Selected rail* and industrials continued to register new 7 year peaks in FWd»/« stock market. but many leaders ran up against further profit cashing I and stumbled into lower ground. ' Priced became slightly mixed after a steady and lively opening. Scattered carriers, led by N. Y. Central, then attracted strong bid*. Norfolk and Western jumped several points on odd-lot transactions Motors, did better. Steels were a bit sluggish. Produce . MASON Ciry--For Friday (Cash quotation* by B. G. Hone) Eggs, current receipts 30c Springs, heavy breeds 23c Leghorn springs,'2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens .20c Hens, under 4 Ibs. 17c Cocks i*c All No. 2 poultry, 3e less Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail 5c Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c Butter, Corn Country 48c Butter, Brookfield 49c Funeral Director IJaifwl O.VM. A tMutttu PATTEHSOH rune»J Home. Known fo -~ A«"fcul«iw«, JZJ (forth Wath Call 11W. McAULZY Bon Funeral Horn* diatlnefJv*. dlinand. eomptet* Imwra ««vtee. Aiabuae*. » (outb Adams, flaz. ^ . bujanca. RUM pbu ^ XI Saecod H. K. - Nrtonob CALL your Spencer CooeUtra far your fixmdatioa (urncnt. Lena Tbanxrfk*. W H. MadfcCB. H. Ult-W. *~"103*. WOMEN! OLD AT «, W, , W Want to, fc«l peppy. y«n jrounsvrr P«tr«x Ttanli; T»bl«t« pep up bodix Udc Iron; also conula vitamin a:, eel ·U drutflita--In Bopklna and Otco Drug. ·t Totd LADY tnnta rid« to Loa Angtlea near Jan. 15. Shan czpemei and help Jri« Writ* IW, GIOb«-G««tt«. WANTED--a rider* to L. A. or-Itiaeo _ Ijeava Jan. lo, Sbare «zpenaa«. Fli. 3W-W. Clear Lake. Lm», Found liOST--Sultcaae In Maun city. Reward. Ph, 10W. Yellow Can. ^^ CHICAGO PRODUCE (FrtdT Muk«l) Cilnn, ffj-- Butter, ami. 325,620. Market unchanged. E«s. receipts 9,713. Firm. Market unchanged. Receipt! trrlaar Market) v-IJve poultry llrm. Be- cetpU 15 trucks, 2 cars. Prices unchanged. NEW TOBK PRODUCE (Frldiy Markii) Xtw Tort, «v-autt«r 382.6M. Una. Prices unchanged. Cheese 367,966. Nominal. No quotation* EMJ 11.083. nnn. · Current leneral wholesale prices follow: Mixed colors: Extraj. No. 1 to No. 4, 45 los. and over 44.8@47.3c; medium 40 to 44 Ite 43Jc* standard No. 1 to No. 4, « Jht. and over 42Jc; current receipt! 4J.Scj dirties, 43 U*. 41.3c: checks M.5e39c- ISUMATED UVESTOCK KKCURS salable Ho»s . P. A.) -- Officially «- liveatock receW for 500; cattle JOO; ahetp CHICAGO POT AIOI3 (FrMay Markat) Cllom,., vfi--VK. T. A.)-- Potatoet: AT. Hvalc SB; on track 13!. Total U. S. shlp- rnenta l.ocs. Old atoclo, juppli«f Ujht: cor Idaho Ruaaeta. market allahuy weaker. Tor utility grades firm at cell- Ing for TJ. S. No. 1; for other western stocks market firm *t eeillns;: for best ability northern stock market firm at ceUlnc; Idaho Russet Burbanks U S No. 1, «3.4sei.S1: Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, »3.J7: Michigan Green tlam- J»to V.! S, No. 1. »J5j Mnnwita and North Dakota BUss Triumphs and Cobblers Commercial *!.M: Florida SO Ibs sacks BUss Triumphs IT. S..Jfo. J, Jt per liuiKire Hides and Wool Cahea. go. to choice 140-tW *11.00-lJ.f» Q»ta«nt famlakid ky W.a BI Si§ ntlk Strsrt l»tkwt*t Bun hides ...... ........ ..... . from 15 Ibs. op ............. ....... I0c 15 Ibs. dowa ........... ....... lie The General Education Board, which does most of Jts work in southern states, was incorporated by congress In 1903. Death Notices 1 JHADY- BEACH *nt skarav Clear i«ka,'V.* DANCING EVERY NIGHT Steaks - Fried Chicken Home Barbecued Ribs Fried Fish c *»"--Try Our Dellelen Fooi , James Lewis, 68, died at his home, Ml S, P«nnaylTMnla. about I p. m. Thursday, foUowinf an iUaess. Puneral services -wul be held at the Pitterson funeral home at 10:30 a. m. Saturday, -with Doctor Marvin B. Kobar pastor ot the Pint Methodist church, o*- fldattoB. Burial will be at the Oear iJe cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. ... Mrs. Jennie Sftuerben. 71 died suddenly Tuesday afternoon at her *5S*L. 1 !?,1'''S*. S - *· ^«n««l service. win be held Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the First Christian church, wlui the Rev G«orf» O. Manh oftUdatin«. Burial wIU be in Memorial Park cemetery. The Mc^ Auley and Son funeral home It la charge. . Mn. Maty M . 14. dirt w*d- aextay at 8:t5 ». m. at the 1. O. O. r. home hoapllal after a S WMk lUataa. ial aerrtcej win be h»M Saturday p. m. ta the ehapc] of the horn* the Rev o. H. ^lons a cSS EyS? 1 ?* 1 ^" 11 " 11 * 11 °*"eiatta». Burial win be In Etmwood cemeiery. Th» Mc- Aulty and Son funeral home In charge. We Specialize in Lunches Try Our Evening Ope Dfamen *(O i Chicken. Sta OAXCINQ Scot, EVENDiO The Covered Wagon "Fireproof "Where Ftoftls Klaf W« c»ter to Parti M Sana,, W, - · « after a lengthy Illness. win be h « w Saturday p. m. at the Patterson funeral home. mn B - Ko *»r of Uie First fS 'SI *0ri»'« »»» sSr- will be ta Boca-well cemetery. Tl* Patteaon funeral home la In charg*. VAN NKSS, Mrs. ar e^,""*^ ff?' a lon « Illness. Funeral . be Saturday at 3:30 p TM the Flnt Methoairt church %rt£ n! «?frtn B. Kober oaicialln*. Bur- 'l ^ te JBmiwod csmeterf. The loncral home is in charge. In Memoriam A2 OT loving tncmory of our dear brother ° left ^ l e " » he SS 5 no S!? a fcu!t He Hid gocdbye to none. *"* J° vln K hcirt «««1 to beat was gone. No one knoM how much we miss him «i,Sf ^."^ P" 11 we "·« «^o«d _ .~ llc e I" has gone To the beautiful land of blest now at rest. jgtodi may think the wound Is heated For they so 'little know the sorrow t we have suffered since he left us. Minnie B. Plehn. Bertha 1, Grant LOST OB 8THATSD-- J attl* from tie. mi. «ut K . «*·«'«»· CaU or noutr B. C6av. Co. Inc. -- ^ phone truck Ur» between Deck"? M * Behnond. nnder Belmond. C. J. Uhlenhopp. Money to Loan 8 FARM LOANS TAILORED to fit your needs. No Commissions 4% 15 to 25 Years MASON CITY LOAN INVESTMENT CO Federal Land Bank Loans ON FARM LANDS 4% -- 34% YEARS No Fees -- No ConunissJoos ia Healthy Way to Fay tor a Tarm.- W. P. ·WAHRER, Secyl-Treas. NORTH CENTRAL NATIONAI, FASM LOAN ASSOCIATION 11J North Delavara Mason dry. Iowa PB03XCT 1OUB DfCOSCE WITH MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH AND ACCIDENT ASSN. " I*om 1st day to Uletlme Coverage This ^^iP*ny lus paid over 9120,000,000.00 ii btndltj to'fcollcyholcicrs and beneUdarles J. J. WOLSFTLD, Dirt. Mgr. Offlc. location 4th Floor. 418-120 First HaUonal Bank SUg. Phone 203 J. R. DORSEY AUCTIONEER 2S92 Highest Prices for Furs Open Until 12:00 p. M. S. B. Myrick Son 309 6th Street S. W. NIT LET IP ·ELP MIKJ TO ·EAT THE JAR $185.00 Average monthly for 48 hn. per week at inside factory work under best condition*. TMNSrOKTATION MID MM and Women Needed Now You are vitally needed for rtii'» important war job. You will be paid while Jroinrno. Seeing Rtprctentatire Interviewing NOW. UNITED STATK EMPLOYMENT SERVICE eflh War Manpower » Jrl »«. y. ^ _ Jan. t, I an! c Dttfi ftfu it raw wmtati In «Mn- b«I industry or tftifuttatt BOEING FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, IMS _ Me««y to NEED CASH? .Phone _ Write _ Come In PERSONAL LOAN DEPT. First National Bank "The Logical Place To Borrow" CASH LOANS MADE PROMPTLY A print* office tat *"·?* ann toMajet bualnaa. fa. and eoSrt P*n*oc*i iota msUUtftr to *4lk BC3REOW FEOM 30 TO $300 United Finvcial Service Tunny rin*nc* Counwllon" A FRIENDLY CASH LOAN SERVICE PROM A FRIENDLY LOAN CO. $25 -- $100 -- $200 -- and up Federal Discount Corp. 19% N. Federal Ave. W. ti. CAMERON, Mgr. Money to Loan QUICK CASH LOANS TO WOMEN If you need cash see the Security Loan Company, Room 321 First Nat], Bldg. Ask for Mrs. Simon, Manager. Loans from $25 to $300. Immediate service. Phone 412. Optometriit* U EIGHTY-FIVE Beauty Shop* 12 Shop, CAU, WlUUmaona for the b*tt*r nianent vavaa. Compieta *ervice, f Moth N. Opportunitrn 18 DANCE PAVILION with first grade maple floor and fixtures and 2 lots. Pavilion size 40x90, orch. stage size 24x10 deep Good location. Will sell for $3,500 FRED STROEBEL Lakota, Iowa AUCTION SALE! . at Hi* . LUND SALE BARN 'MASON CITY, IOWA Monday v January 8 For our sale next Monday we will have the regular ran of live- itock. Consisting of feeder steers and heifers, springer cows fat cow» and botcher cattle of all kinds. We will have a good ran of feeder pigs, brood sows and boars; also fat Iambs, ewes and bncks. We will have about 30 head of horses of all kinds. We have consigned one three-year-old Chestnut saddle horse, well broke. This Is the making of a real saddle horse. Consign anrthinr yon" have to sell to as next Monday. ^^ J. R. DORSEY AueHonMr PUBLIC SALE V TM nted "* f ·**»· I w*U «« the following personal prop. *' ,** PubUc Anctlbn rt tne fwmlocated «e! Swaled » le i or *U =»«« straleht west of Myer-s No - 85j ot Tuesday, January 9 _,. .. . Sale Starts at 12:30 O'clock Sharp Methodist Ladles- 'Aid ,of Swaledale Will Serve Loach · - ·' . - on the Grounds. 30 -- HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -- 30 C A 1 vP* r ? U l e h CoWB - to lresn «* ta early wring; conung two-rears-old; 1 Whtteface titef 1WU Calf s BOKSES-- Bay and Gelding (blacks) 3 and 4 years old. » BEAD HOGS-- S Poland China Sows; Spotted Boar. 150 New Hampshire Pallets F-1Z FAKMAIX TRACTOB-- (Rnbb*r In front- Just recently overhauled)-- WITH CULTIVATOR · FAR* MACHraERY, ETC.-l All-Crop Harvester, A. C. 60, late inodel, I Hay Loader, John Deere; 1 Side Delivery Hake, Daini^'Li . sec J? on Dra *' John Deere: x Hays Com W»nt«r, with 160 rods of wire; 1 Kover Spring Tooth Drag; 1 McConnlck- Deering Seeder; 1 Ottawa Elevator, 38-ft, nearly new, wtthhorw power; 2 Wagons; 2 Wagon Boxes, one of these is a flare box, nearly new; 1 Boh Sltd; 1 Corn Binder (Massey Harris); 1 M£ Cormick-Deerine Mower (Big 6); 1 McCormlck-Deering 4-hoIe SheUer; 2 Discs, 10 -ft; 1 Pump Jack; 1 Iowa Super Electric Cream Separator, nearly new; 1 4-wheel Trailer, with 6.00x16 tires; J-J^^f^T" 1 ^ f^ rl ^ new; l ** B"^-^^ Harness; 1 Burr Utlnde^g-inch; 1 John Deere Manure Spreader; 7-or-8 toads of Sawed Furnace Wood. ""JP? 8 , 011 * FU»N1TTJRE-- 1 New Royal Sewing Machine; J « S ! J? tir ', tel ? H "l fc Iard Press: x Por P ee Canner (Sealer) 1 10-GaHon Jar; 1 Baby Basinet. TERMS:-- CASH, or whatever arrangements yon nuke with your tanker before sale. No property fo be removed until settled for FRED C. ROHN Or* Baylegg. Auctioneer First State Bank of Thornton, Clerk AUCTION SALE! ox Jolce on , wUI MU the ^"owtog property at my mile west and 3 miles north of Fertile and 3% and 1 mile north of Hanlontown and 5 miles sooth TUESDAY, JANUARY 9 Sale to Start at 1 O'clock -- lunch by Service Women of Fertile 2 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 2 2 Gray Mares, weight MH-16M pounds, smooth mouth. 34 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 34 Cattle are all Holsteins, excepting 1 red cow. 18 head of Mfleh Com, 8 have freshened this fall and winter, 1 to freshen near date of sale, 1 to freshen in spring; 4 Heifers, to freshen In " Dont 18 months old; 6 yearlW and old FARM MACHINERY WHIT * , wl* c,«k. N. MRS. MART PURCELL r 8TO.O, A .ct. _ cm^, , AVWOS ^^ .^^^

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