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16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1939 il Hogs Steady to lOc Higher in Chicago Trade TOP OF $7,75 PAID ON SWINE Cattle Steady to 10 Lower;' Sheep About Steady in Dealings CHICAGO, (JP)-- The hog market generally steady Wednesday on light weights and steady to 10 cents higher on others. Cattle were steady to 10 lower and sheep were about steady. A top of $7.75 was paid for good and choice 180 to 230 pound hogs. Packing sows weighing 400 to 550 pounds brought $6.25 to $5.65, with lighter butcher kinds up to $6.75. Receipts were 10,000 head, 1,000 more than expected. (United States Department of Agriculture)--Salable hogs, 10,000; light hogs generally steady with Tuesday's average; others opened steady to 10 higher; closed mostly steady to strong; top, $7.75; bulk good and choice 180 to 230 pounds, 57.60 to $7.75; 240 to 270 pounds, $7.35 to $7.60; 280 to 330 pounds, $7.00 to $7.35; good 400 to 550 pound packing sows, $6.25 to 56.65; lighter butcher kinds to 56.75. Salable cattle, 9,000; salable calves, 1200; liberal supply fed steers here but light and long yearling steers scarce; market fully steady on strictly good, choice and prime yearlings and weighty steers, but weak to 25 lower on others; mostly §9.00 to 512.00 trade; only moderate supply sold early; mostly $11.00 and upward; early top, $13.75 paid for approximately 1,500 pound averages; best light steers, $12.75; yearlings, $12.50; - fed heifers steady to 25 lower; cows, 10 to 15 off; bulls weak at $7.25 down; vealers steady, lights 59.50 down; weighty selects up to $11.00 paid sparingly. Salable sheep, 9,000; late Tuesday killing classes 25 to 40 higher; lamb top, $9.50; bulk under 100 pounds, $9.25 to $9.50; loads averaging 100 to 117 pounds, $8.75 to 59.25; top, 91 pound fed western ewes, $5.75; "Wednesday's trade around steady on fat lambs; early bids 59.25 to 59.35 by larger Interests; best held $9.50 to $9.60 and better; sheep scarce, about steady on few here. lb. butchers $7.1567.25; few $7.30; top 57.35 on weights 220 Ibs. down; 240 to 300 lb. weights S6.85g7.25; 300 to 360 lb. heavies S6,60ft.85; good sows mostly 56.35; few 56.40; feeder pigs }7g7.25; few $7.50. SHEEP, salable receipts 2.300; fat lambs bict uneven 10 to 25c lower; good And choice handy weight wooled skins bid $939.15; best held around $9.25; few sales strictly finished 104 to 124 lb. weights $3.60^8.75; fed clipped offerings held above S7.75; fat ewes steady; small lots up to $5; feeder lambs scarce. Livestock Markets MID-WEST HOGS MIDWEST LIVESTOCK Livestock prices at midwest markets Wednesday: AUSTIN', Minn.--Hoes steady: 140 to 150 Ibs.. S5.85}i6.15; 150 to 160 Ibs.. $6.30 I6.60: 160 to 170 Ibs.. 56.55ti6.65; 170 to 180 Itas., $6.80fii7.10; 180 to 220 Ibs.. S6.P5 ii7.2o; 220 to 255 Ibs., S6,85fijt7.l5; 250 to 270 Ibs.. 56.7007; 270 to 230 Ibs.. S6.50Si: 6.80; 290 to 325 Ibs.. S6.33fi6.65: 325 , o 350 Ibs., S6.20tfiC.50; 350 to 400 Ibs., S6.10V G.40; packing sows. 275 to 250 Ibs.. $6.20 »J6.50; 350 to 425 Ibs.. $5.90It6.20; .423 to 550 Ibs.. S5.80G6.10; 550 Ibs. and up, $5.80 Local Livestock Steady MASON CITY--Tor Wednesday HOGS 'ALBERT LEA. Minn--Five cents higher. 140 to 150 Ibs. $6156.13; 150 to 160 Ibs. S6.356ci6.50; 160 to 170 Ibs. S6.75fc6.90; 170 to ISO Ibs. S7.0507.20; 180 to 220 Ibs. 57.15di7.30; ZOO to 220 Ibs. S6.95W7.10; 220 to 250 Ibs. S6.95ft7.10; 250 to 270 Ibs. S8.70ft6.85; 270 to 290 Ibs. $6,50^6.65: 290 to 325 Ibs. SG.35gB.50: 325 to 350 Ibr. SS.20e6.35; 350 to 400 Ibs. S6.05R6.20; sows 275 10 350 Ibs. $6.1566.30: 350 to 425 las. S5.95gG.10: 425 to 500 Ibs. SS.BOtt 5.95; 500 to 550 IDs. 55.6565.80; 550 to 600 Ibs. Sa.501J5.65. CEDAR KAF1DS--Good hogs 140 to 150 Ibs. S6.70S6.85; 150 to 160 Ibs. 56.90 SU.05: 160 to 170 Ibs. £7(i7.15; 170 -to 180 las. S7.104f7.25; 180 to 220 Ibs. S7.20 (n.35; 220 to 230 Ibs. S7.10S7.25; 230 to 250 Ibs. 57(57.15: 250 to 270 Ibs. S6.85K 7; 270 to 290 Ibs. S6.70B6.85; 290 to 325 IbE. S6.50fi6.65; 325 to 350 Ibs. S6.35® 6.50. Good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $6.15 fii6.30: 350 to 425 Ibs. 566.15; 425 to 500 Ibs. S5.85S?6; 500 to 550 Ibs. S5.70SI5-85. Choice to prime steers 1050 to 1300 Ibs. S10.73Sfll.75; good to choice steers 1000 Ibs up $9.75 ft" 10.75; medium to good steers 900 Ibs. up S7.75(ij9r common to medium steers all weights S7.75 down. OTTUMWA--Hogs 5c higher. 140 to 150 Ibs. S6.05g6.35; 150 to 160 Ibs. $6.4015 6.70; 160 to 170 !bs. 56.60g6.90; 110 to 180 Ibs, S6.90fi7.20; 180 to 220 Ibs. S7'?i 7.30; 220 to 250 Ibs. S6.85g7.15; 250 to 270 Ibs. S6.70S7; 270 to 290 Ibs. S6.55516.S5; 290 to 325 Ibs. S6.4oe6.70; 325 to 350 Ibs. S6.25g6.55: 350 to 4OO Ibs. Sf3.10«j6.40. Packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S6.0566.35; 350 to 425 Ibs. S5.35«S.15; 425 to 500 )bi. S5.85tR6.15; 500 to 550 Ibs. S5.75S6.05; ~)50 to 600 Ibs. S5.605.90. WATERLOO--Hogs steady. Cattle: Tone lower. Prices unchanged. Good light lights 140-150 S5.SO-5.90 Good light lights 150-160 S6.30-6.40 Good light lights .. 160-170 56:80-6.90 Good light lights 170-180 S7.05-7.15 Good llEht butchers .. 180-200 57.15-7.25 Good light butchers -. 200-220 S7.15-7.25 Good me. wt. butchers 220-250 $7.05-7.15 Good me. ivr. butchers 250-270 S6.90-7.00 Good me. wt butchers 270-290 S6.70-6.80 Good me. wt. butchers 290-325 56.55-6.65 Good me. wt. butchers 325-350 SG.4D-6.50 Good heavy butchers .. 350-400 S6.25-6.35 Good packing sows ... 275-350 $6.20-6.30 Good sows 350-425 S6.10-6.20 Good sows 425-500 56.00-6.10 Good sows 500-550 S6.00-6.IO (The above is a 50:30 truck hog market for good and choice hogs.) CATTLE Choice to prime steers, heavy $10.00-11.00 Good to choice steers, heavy S 8.50- 9.50 Medium to good steers S 7.50- 8.50 Fair to medium steers S 6.50- 7.50 Plata to fair steers S 4.00- 6.00 Choice to prime yearlings $ 9.00- 9.50 Good to choice yearlings ... S 8.00- 9.00 Medium to good yearlings ... $ 6.50* 7.50 Good to choice heifers 3 8.00- 9.00 Medium to good heifers S 7.CO- 8.00 Fair to medium heifers S 6.00- 7.00 Plain to fair heifers S_4.00- 6.00 Good to choice cows, heavy .. S~5.75- 6.25 Medium to good cows S 5.25-5.75 Fair to medium cows S 4.75- 5.25 Cutters S 4.00-4.75 Gartners S 3.00- 4.00 Good to choice heavy bulls .. $ 5.50- G.25 light hulls S 4.50- 5.00 Calves, good to choice- 130-190 S 7.00- 8.00 Calves, med. to good 130-190 S 6.50- 7.00 Calves, infer, to mcd. 130-190 5 2.50 d'wn SHEEP Genuine spring Iambs, good to choice 70-90S7.50-S.tU Spring lambs.' good to choice 70-90 S 6.00- 6.50 Spring lambs, medium lo good 70-90 * 5.00- 5.50 Spring lambs, common $ 4.00- 5.00 Native ewes, good to choice S 1.50- 2.25 Cull ewes 50c to Sl.OO Old bucks 50ctojl.no CUMDIKED H O G RECEIPTS (Wednesday Msrttt) DES MOINES, I/ft--U. S. department of agriculture. Combined hog receipts at 20 concentration yards and 10 packing plants localed in interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. Wednesday were 19,500 compared with 19,600 a \veek ago and 9,100 a year ago. Fairly active; steady to 5c higher, spots. lOc up; loading little changed from Wednesday's 19.500. Barrows and gilts, good and choice 160 to 180 Ibs. S6.80la7.33; 180 to 200 Ibs. S7 «i7.45: 200 to 220 Ibs. S7S7.45; 220 to 250 Ibs. S5.EOffi7.30; 250 to 290 Ibs. S6.53g7.15: 290 to 350 Ibs. $6.3536.85; packing sows good. 275 to 350 Ibs. S6S6.40; 350 to 425 Ibs. S3.90S6.30; 425 to Si " WHEAT PRICES ARE NERVOUS Threat of European War Still Dominant Factor in Trading CHICAGO, (/P)--'With the threat of European war still a dominant factor, wheat prices fluctuated nervously Wednesday advancing almost a cent but then falling back. Some early buyers were on the selling side during the final hour. Wheat closed unchanged to % higher compared with Tuesday, May 6T'/a-61 :s .'i, July 68-68^; corn '·'s-% up, May 47%-48, July 49^; oats Va off to V's up. C H I C A G O CASH G R A I N l U ' e d n r s d i j M a r k e t ) CHICAGO, wv- Cash wheat No. 3 red 72','-c: sample grade hard 4, Com No. 2 mixed 48g50}ic; No. 3 yellow 47fi7481'«c; No. 3 white 2 ] .?c; sample grade 45',ic. Oats No. 1 mixed 31H"S3l»ic; No. 1 feed 28«!C: No. 1 while 33y t c. Barley Illinois malting -S2g60c nom.; feed 35-i42c nom. Soy beans No. 2 yellow 89£c; No. 3, 89'Ac. Timothy seed $2.8533.15 nom.: red clover seed $13@16 nom.; red top $9.25 19.75 nom. Lard tierces 5G.40; loose $5.77; bellies Short Interest on the New York Stock ft Exchange at the End of Each Month Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Wednesday No. 3 white oats 21c No. 3 yellow corn 33 ] Ac New ear corn 30e No. 2 soybeans ....'. 70c Barley WEDXESDAT G R A I N CLOSE CHICAGO. I WHEAT-.Mar. ... May ( July .6 Sept. . f c ( CORN-Mar May J u l y t Sept I OATS-May ...... .1 July 1 Sept 2 SOY BEANS-May I July Oct 1 RYE-May * July i Sept * LARD-Mar. May 6.- July ... Sept. .. High AT:', .49?. .50i LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO. W--Official estimated livestock receipts for Thursday: Cattle 5.COO: hogs 10.000; sheep 10.000. Representative Sales (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO, CJ3--Representative sales: HOGS [Medium-Hea vy-- 56 61 47 Lights-39 69 88 7.55;G4 216 7.75 265 7.40; 47 228 7.65 315 7.05155 241 7.GO (Light lights-191 7.75J24 151 7.30 180 7.55! 19 147 7.25 195 7.601 CATTLE Steers-- I Heifers-28 1443 13.75'3 1050 11.30 21 1131 13.23111 759 10.25 15 1200 12.00'17 845 10.00 20 1077 12.50[ SHEEP Fat Lambs-- B [Shearing Lambs-220 93 9.60^240 82 8.90 210 99 9.50!Fat Ewes-600 101 9 . 4 0 J H 130 5.25 230 37 9.25; 4 160 5.00 6.80 6.40 6.57 6.72 .47 ?i .47-i-4B .273s -26T1 .88 h .87 !i .42 "j .43',% .44-ji 6.32 6.45 6.60 6.77 Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS (Wednesday M a r k e t ) By The Associated Tress Al Chem Dy 1 Allied Sirs Am Can A m ' F o r POW Am Loco Am Rad Sts Am Roll Mill Am Smelt Re£ Am Stl Fdrs 23 Am Sug Ret 20 Am T T \56\Am Tob B 3\. Am Wat Wka I0'a 13'4 16!-* 14 «A 7 26 W HEAVY SELLING SWEEPS STOCKS European Situation Keeps Wall Street Traders on Edge NEW YORK. (/P)--The European crisis kept Wall street on edge Wednesday and heavy selling swept the stock market into the lowest levels of the decline which started a'week ago. A swift but brief forenoon plunge carried many shares down 1 to about 5 points, quickly wiping out the modest gains which interrupted the downswing in the preceding session. Selling lightened around midday but recovery was limited. In the final hour the market again dragged with a heavy step. Transactions increased to about 1,400,000 shares. Bond Market Anaconda 2G',i KANSAS cnrr GHAIX {Wednesday M a r k e t ) KANSAS CITY. (ff--U. S. department o£ agriculture. HOGS 1,500; fairly active. 5c higher than Tuesday's average; no shippers In; top $7.25; good to choice 170 to 260 Ibs. S7.IOS7.25; 270 to 310 Ibs. 56.80^7.10; sows Sff. 155JG.35. CATTLE 2,BOO; calves 500; beef steers, yearlings and heifers opening slow, weak to 25c lower; cows steady to weak; veal- ers and calves little changed; stackers nnd feeders E!OIV, steady to weak; choice heavy steers held a r o u n d $12.25; medium and good steers S9.75S9.la; good to choice heifers eligible to sell *rom 58.25 ff?9.75; cows $;»-7a5i7; select vealers §10 310,50: gdod to choice lots SSiR9.50. SHEEP 4.000; limited early trade on k i l l i n g classes; steady; fed lambs $3.30 g,9; slaughter ewes $4.50 ?j 5. Arm III Atch T 4 e - S F 32=:* All Refin 2Q'/ 3 Auburn Ruto 3*k Bait Ohio 5*1 Earnsdall 15=» Bendix Av 22Va Beth SU 63?i Boeing Airpl 23^4 Borden 19 Borg-Warner 26 \\ Bridgept Br Ilia Budd Mfg 5'.2 Can D G Ale 15'/4 Can Pac Case Caterp Trac Ches Ohio C N W Chrysler Coca Cola Col G E ComI Solv Comwl Sou 1 Vz Con Edison. 30=!k Con Oil 8','a Con Can Con Oil Del Corn Prod Curtiss-Wrl Deere Co Deere Co pfd Douglas Air Du Pont Eastman 17H4 El Pow : Lt 9 Fairbks More 35 Ii Firestone 21^* Gen Elec 38U Gen Foods Gen Mills Gen Mot Gillette Goodrich Miscellaneous O M A H A LIVESTOCK (Wednesday M a r k e t ) OMAHA, W--TJ. S. department of agriculture. HOGS, salable 3,500; unevenly 5 to ISc h i g h e r ; sows o to lOc higher; top $7.25 by shippers lor 1BO to 215 Ibs.; packer limit $7.20; 170 to 230 Ibs. 57.15^7.25; 2W to 270 Ibs. $6.9067.10; 280 to 370 Ibs. SG.6066.S3; few big weights 56.50; sows 56.30©6.40; extreme heavies 56.25; stags unchanged at 55.15 down. CATTLE, salable 4,000; fed steers, yearlings steady, asking stronger; "heifers steady; cows steady; bulls steady to weak; vealers steady; slockers. feeders scarce; nominally steady; fed steers, yearlings $9911.50; choice yearlings, medium- ·weights held above $12; heiters $B*?9.25; beef cows SB'S7: culler grades S4.50H 5.50: hulls $656.65; practical top vealers N E W Y O R K S U G A R (Wednesday Market) NEW YORK, (^j--Buying attributed to Cuban interests advanced sugar futures in both contracts Wednesday. Noon prices of domestic futures were uniformly 2 higher and at the highs of the day. May went to $1.36 after initial sales at $1.94. September was $2.03 compared with an earlier price of 52,02. Nearby deliveries led world futures Into h ichor ground, rang ins ^i 1o I 1 a net higher around midday. May at $M9 was up 1',-i and September was Ii point ahead at 31.15^3. Raw sugar sales wcro reported at S2.B7 and S2.83 following an advance in the spot price late Tuesday of 2 points to £2.87 for Philippines. Refined still was quoted SV30G4.50. OMAHA GRAIN' (Wednesday -Market) OMAHA. (vPJ-- Wheat, dark hard No. 4, 66 ft fl 71 *-ic; No. 5. 66 V* ft 70^ c; hard No. 1, 68c; No. 3, E3 1 /4'S66c; No. 4, 60 ! ,£ «i 66V*c; No. 5, 59 ! ,i5.6Ic; yellow hard No. -4, 62c; northern spring No. 2, 72^c; No. 3. 723ic; mixed No. 5. 70tee. Com, yellow No. 3, 4Zfg^3c. Oats, feed No. 1, 26c; white No. 2, 28^e. Rye No. 2. 40C, Barley, none. 82 48 35 en 10 '* 39 27'i 65V1 63 143 80 45 Goodyear Gt No Ry pfd : 19 r« 29*4 Hupp Mot Ill Cent Int Harvest Int Nick Can Johns-Manv 85 1 ? · . !»'· 14 577* Kr«ge 22 Mi La mbert 15 \ a Libbey O F G -48 'Loews 4-U4 Marsh Field 11% Maytag 5'a Midcont Pet Mont Ward Nash-Kelv Nat Bisc Nat CasK Reg 19Ta Nat Dairy Pro 14'^ Nat Distill 26*i Nat Lead *22 Nat Pow Lt 1V» N Y Cent 16Va No Amer Av l^^i North Amer 22 Nor Pac 10 Oliver Farm 2lft Otis Elevator 19'A Otis Steel 10V* Owens 111 Gl 61^ Packard 3li Parm Pict 8!k Penney 82'/« Penn Ry I91i Phillips Pet 37=8 Proc S: Gam Pullman Pure Oil Radio Rem Rand Repub Stl Rey Tob B Sears Roeb Shell Union Simmons Socony Vac Sou Pa c SttJ Brands Std Oil Cal Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Stew Warner Studebaker Swift Co Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roll B Transamer Un Carbide Union Pac Unit Air LI Unit Corp Unit Drug U S Gypsum U S Indus Ale 20',i U S Rubber 4Mi U S Steel 54U Walgreen 18 Warner Pict 5i West Un Tel 20V a \VcstEl M £ 102^3 Wilson Co 4 Woolworth 46 Wrigley Jr 78^ Yellow Truck 16*'4 Youngstown 41*^k 3L We 38U 25? « 12 15 26V4 46? 4 9 !% 7 18 is 4L 29 29 6 £0 SB S'A 94 NEW YORK, (ft--Bond prices dipped sharply Wednesday in sympathy with a downward movement in stocks. Under heavy selling orders corporate^ and governments fell below Tuesday's levels. U- S, treasuries slumped as ,much as 10-32 point before noon. Declines in foreign governments were even greater and South American issues, for some~weeks a bti 1 wark, sli pped with the rest. Among the new corporate issues to gain were American Telephone" 3 s As, National Dairy 3%s, Western Union 5s of '60, and Armour of Delaware 4s-o£ '55. Hails declined, especially Illinois Central As of '53 and i^is; Northern Pacific 6s of 1047 and 4s of '97; Nickel PJate 4 tea and 5 te s; and New York Central 5s. Retreating utilities Included American and Foreign Power 5s, International Telephone 5s, and Utilities Power and Light 5s. Bethlehem Steel 4',«s and Youngstown, Sheet and Tube 4s slipped fractionally. Methodist Ministers and Wives Meet at Elmore, Minnesota ELMORE, Minn.--The Association of Methodist Ministers for the eastern section of the Mankato district met in Elmore for its regular monthly meeting on Monday. All but three' members were present and, with their wives, were entertained at a noon luncheon in the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith. Soviet Envoy Studies Crisis Produce MASON CITY--For Wednesday (Quotations by Swift Co.) , Heavy hens over 5 pounds . - .14c Heavy hens over 4 pounds, including 5 pounds 13c Light and Leghorns lOl Eggs, Specials 18c Eggs, No. 1 15c Eggs, Under Grades lie merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 12-14c* Eggs, cash " 12-14c Butter, Iowa State Brand 28c Butter, Corn Country ..2Bc Butter, Plymouth 28c Butter, Very Best 26c Butter, Clear Lake ....26c Butter, BrookJield 26c Russet Potatoes, peck S4c Early Ohio Potatoes, peck ..32c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. WESLEY P,T. A. MEETING HELD Mrs. Raymond Sayre of Indianola One of Speakers on Program WESLEY--About 150 persons attended the regular meeting of the P. T. A. Monday night at the high school auditorium. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, local president, presided at the short business meeting prior to the program which was for the most part put on by the Farm Bureau organization. Miss Eckstein presented her high school girls' glee club in two numbers which they are preparing for the county music contest to be held at Burt later in the month. J. C. Skow, local farm bureau member, introduced George W. Bleich, county chairman of the Farm Bureau, County Secretary Keith i of Hurt, County Agent Brown of Algona and H. D. A., Mrs. Hicks of Algona, and Mrs. Hamond Sayre of Indianola, state vice president of the Farm Bureau organization. Joseph Skow gave two vocal solos and a member of the American Legion explained Boys' State, asking the P. T. A. to submit the names of boys who might be eligible for admission to Boys' State to be held in Des Moines June 3 to 10. A nominating committee consisting of Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., Mrs. J. L. Studer and Miss Agnes Boyer were named. Lunch was served. Father, Son Event Planned on Friday in Algona Church ALGONA--The annual father and son banquet sponsored by the Epworth league of the Methodist church will be given Friday evening at the church. The Rev. M. P. Arrasmith of Storm Lake will be the guest speaker. John Weber and Howard Genrich are slated to give toasts. Special music will be given by a group of high school boys under the direction of H. _Jl. Rasmusson. Ivan Muisky {above), Russian ambassador to London, called on Viscount Halifax, British foreign minister, and an informed source said they discussed possibilities of the United States, Britain, France and soviet Russia entering a "stop Hitler" conference. MINNEAPOLIS G R A I N ( W e d n c s d a r M a r k e t ) MINNEAPOLIS, tn -- Wheat receipts Wednesday. 66 cars; 45 a year ago. Quotations *i cent higher. Cash No. 1 heavy dark northern. 73ft77 : !i; dark northern, ' U. S. BONDS (Wednesday Market) NEW YORK. W--U. S. government honds closed Thursday: j Treasury 3^5 40-43 June 104.24. Treasury 3Vis 46-49 110.10. Treasury 4'As 47-52 120.6.' Treasury 3s 51-55 109.6. Federal Farm Mtg 3V«.« 64 108.22. Federal Farm Mtg 3s 43 103. Home Owners Loan 2^s 49 101.30. Home Owners Loan 3s 52 103. \ NEW YORK PRODUCE (Wednesday Market) NEW YORK, WT--EBBS 48.700; easy. Mixed colors, extra fancy selection 19 f'22c; standards lBV!Z18Vjc; iirsts 1711 ai7'ic; mediums 16',-ic: dirties No. 1, IB'.^c: average checks la^i^j 15 3 Ac; storage packed, firsts 19c. Butter 791.165; firmer. Creamery, higher than extra 24^4252C; extra (92 score) 24'Ac: firsts IBB-91) 23Q24'/4C; seconds (S4-87) 21!i«22'.Jc. Cheese 156,177, steadier. Prices unchanged. , 1, , }i: fancy No. 1 hard Mon- . tana. 14 per cent protein. 79?i#80*»: No. 1 dark hard or JTo. 1 hard Montana winter. 72}«fi7;?B: hard amber durum, 66»ifi8I»i: No. 1 red durum. 62n. Corn, No. 3 yellow, il~;ifit3W t quotations Pi cent higher. Oats. No. 3 white, 2T!'««T2Mj. Barley. 30ft G5. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building:. Telephone No. 7 $9.50010: SHEEP, salable 8.000; fat lambs slow. early bids around 25c lower: sheep firm; early bids fed -wooled lambs S8.7Mi9; held higher; best fed ewes held above $5.15. Cent St El S pet pfd (S25 par) 7 Cent SI El 7 pet pfd l$25 par) 8 Cent St P ii L 7 pet pfd 4 l Continental Gas Elec pfd SO Creamery Package com Ringling Circus to Go to Pacific Coast NEW YORK, Iff-)--Officials of t h e Ringling Brothers-Barnum and Bailey circus said Wednesday the show, opening its 1939 season on April 5 in New York, would visit the Pacific coast for the first iowa Electric Co 7 "pcf'pfd time in three years. The circus Ta Elcc Lt " ~ ·will end its itinerary on Nov. 11 ij| UTM " at Tampa, Fla. Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. SCHANKE CO. Telephone 1300. Mason City DOW JOXES A V E R A G E S Inits. Kail* Xltils. Close 139.51 28.95 23.29 Total Sales 1,«0,000 C H I C A f l O STOCKS But]cr Bros 7H Cities Service 6** Cord Corp 3 Walgreen Co 18','* NEW Y O R K CliKIt Am Gas ct El 35 Ford oC EnS Am Cyan B 22 J i Lockheed Ark Nat Gas A Z'i AK G .^ Et A T* El Bd S: Sh 9li ford of Can IQ'.i CHICAGO PRODUCE ( W e d n e s d a y Market) CHICAGO. (iPH-Butter 695,095. linn; prices unchanged. Eggs 27,158; steady; prices unchanged. GARNER P. T. A. HOLDS MEETING Program of Choral Readings, Musical Numbers Is Given GARNER--The local P. T. A. met in the high school, auditorium Monday night. Mrs. Clint Daniel presided at the business session. C. H. Tompkins, principal of the grade school and Miss Ann Mackay were put on the nominating committee for next year's offices. The program was in charge of Miss- Gladys Cooper and was announced by Bernice Quintus. It consisted of choral readings, musical numbers by seniors and juniors and the play "Pink and Patches," by high school members. This one act play will be given as one of the 82 high school casts at Iowa City between March 27 and April 1. A social hour followed w i t h cookies and coffee served by a committee. F. A. PETTY, 5 3, DIES SUDDENLY Funeral Rites to Be Held at 10 O'Clock Thursday Morning F. A. Petty, 53, died suddenly at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday night at a local hospital from heart disease. Mr. Petty was stricken suddenly while at the "Over The Top" cafe. Mr. Petty was born May 17, 1885, at La Crosse, Wis. He had resided in Mason City for the past 30 years and was an interior decorator by trade. He was married in 1907 in Mason City. Surviving Mr. Petty are his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Petty, 417 Third street southwest, three sons, Francis, Lawrence and William Petty, and one daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Jackson, and twin grandchildren, Sheron Lee and Dixie Lee Petty, all of Mason City. One brother, C. F. Petty, Mason City, and one sister, Mrs. Clive Frantz, Los Angeles, Cal., and an aunt,-Mrs. Ida Aiherton, Belmond, also survive. Funeral services will be held at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home at .10 o'clock Thursday morning with the Rev.. William Galbreth, associate pastor of the First Methodist church, in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The body was taken to the McAuley and Son funeral'home. 33 CASTS ARE INPLAYFEST 200 to Assume Roles in 1939 Festival at University of Iowa IOWA CITY--Roles upon which they have been rehearsing for weeks will be taken by lowans turned actors at the University of Iowa this week. From community groups and junior colleges will come nearly 200 men and women to participate in the first section o£ the 1939 play production festival. 33 Casts Give Plays Thirty-three casts will give their plays between Thursday morning and Saturday night. All but ten o£ them are in the community classes A, B, and C. Morning, afternoon and evening schedules in the university's theater will be closely followed as the casts give their plays in rapid succession. Mason City Not Entered Judges are Hubert C. Heffner of Northwestern university, community A and B; Albert T. Cordray of Westminster college of Pennsylvania, junior college; and Prof. Edward C. Mabie of the university, community C. The three community groups which last year received "superior" in the group rating plan will defend their honors. They are Marshalltown community theater in Class A, Spencer Drama club in B, and Davenport Woman's club in C. Mason City, the junior colleges' only "superior" of 1938, is not entered. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF mSSOLimON OF CORPORATION The corporation named Adams Drug Co. was dissolved on the 25th day of February, 1939, by unanimous consent and in accordance with the provisions of its articles. Dated this 28th day of February, 1939. JOHN JACOB ADAMS, President and General Manager WILLARD WIER ADAMS. Vice President N. W. ADAMS, Secretary-Treasurer A. A. ADAMS, Chairman of Board. the Officers o£ said Corporation. CHICAGO PRODUCE F U T U R E S ( W e d n e s d a y M a r k e t ) CHICAGO, ffp)--Butter futures, storage sEds., clope Nov. 227ac. Egg futures, refri. stds., Oct. I9V*c; storage packed firsts March 17"aC. CHICAGO PRODUCE (\Vedne5dar M a r k e t ) CHICAGO. OF)--Poultry, live, 17 trucks. hens f i r m ; balance steady; hens. 5 Ifas. and under, 19; other prices unchanged. Hides 29 Niag Hud Pow ~,V, Pcnnroad Cp l»i Un Gas Co 2Va Un Li Pow 2Sa Gco A Horracl A ptd ........ IM Geo A Hormel com . ........ 23 I n t e r s t a t e Power 6 pet p f d . . 4.. Interstate Power 7 p e t p f d . . . 5 SOUTH ST. PATJI, LIVESTOCK ( W e d n e s d a y -Market) SOUTH ST. PAtTL, (^--Federal state market service. CATTLE 3.500: slow, few sales steady: undertone, weak on killing steers and Fhc stock: fed steers salable $8.2509.50; heifers Tuesday 59.65; beef cows Wednesday $5.25S~6.5fl; low cutters and cutters $4^5; bulls weak to 25c lower, mostly 56-25 down; stockers and feeders little chanRcd. Calves £,500: steady; practical top 510. HOGS S.500 salable: total 6.500; fairly active, lOc higher: early top S7.35 on choice 190 to 220 Ibs.; sows steady $6.25 66.30. SHEEP 1,500; very little done: undertone about steady all classes: good and choica slaughter lambs Tuesday $3.75"?? 9: native feeders $7.50^8; few westerns Tuesday *8.40. crrr LIVESTOCK (Wednesday .Market) SIOUX CITY, «V-LIvestock close: CATTLE, salable receipts 2.500: calves, valable receipts 50: bcei steers and yearlings weafc to 25c lower; good to choice 3300 Ibs. Jll: Eood IIIO lb. -weights S10.75: bulk medium to good $3.75 Sf 10: fat she slocV steady to weak; few sales good heifers S3.75a9.SO; bulk medium to cood «ows S5-75BS.75; most cutter (trades S4.50 95.25; stockers and feeders slow, weak; lew medium stock steers ?7.75'ff3.50. KOGS, salable receipts 3.000: mostly 10 to 20e higher; weights under 220 Ibs. active to all interests and showinp most advance; good and choice 170 to 240 Iowa Electric Co . pet pfd 29 DEAR. NOAH = WOULD YOU SAY THAT AN E-YE., EAR NOSE, AND THEOAT DOCTOR WAS A HEAD /VAN ~? VEHNA DETROIT, MIC.H. DEAI2. NOAH=\F TWO OLD EUNDOVNM CAf^ PASSED EACH OTHEK. IN DUBUN, WOUL-D THE; TIMEL BE^'TIN AFTER. TIN * ~t -° U YoU"e. IDEAS in CABTL OF THIS NE .. 30 la Elec Lt Pow 6 pet p f d . . 60 Pow 6\i pet pfd 61 la Elec I-t Pow 7 pet p f d . . 69 la Power Light 6 pet p f d . . 102 la Power Light 7 pet p f d . . 103 la Public Service 6 pet p f d . . 96 la Ptibtie Service 6!j pet pfd D7 In Public Service 7 pet p f d . . 99 la South U t i l 6 pet pfd ...... 26 la South U t i l fi'.j pet pfd ____ 27 la South U t i l 7 pet pfd ______ 89 Minnesota P L 6 pet p f d . . BO Minnesota P L 7 pet p f d . . £8 Northern St Power 6 pet pfd 64 N'orthern St Po-A-er 7 pet p f d 71 N'W Portland Cement com... 23 Rath Packinc 5 pet pfd . . . . . 1 D 2 Sioux City Gas A: El 7 pet pfd 93 United I,t Pow Class A .. 2 United I-t Power Class B. . . 2 U n i t e d Lt Power pfd .... 30 U n i t e d Lt Rys 6 pet p f d . . 79 United Lt Rys 6.36 pet pfd SO United I.t Rys 7 pet p f d . . R8 Western Grocer p f d ........ 75 Western Grocer com ........ 4 107 25% 6 7 31 32 62 63 71 104 105 31 82 90 66 25 105 32 81 B2 90 80 6 SEW Y O R K STOCKS Am Cry Sup 8'i Lorillard 22 Am C : Fy 24?k Am Pow Li 5U As Dry Gds 8V* Baldwin Loco W* Briggs Mfg Co 23 Byers A M Co 39?i Ches Ohio 35 Cbi Gt West pf 2'i CMStP P pw ·« Congoleum 24*j» Cudahy Pack 13=* Curt-Wr Co A 237, Dist Corp Sea n\? Elec Auto Li 31',i Eric R R Co I 3 * Foster-Wheel 13 3 ^ Frecport Tex 22V« Gen Am Tr SO'i Glidden Co IBli Gobcl 3*4 Houston Oil 6% Inspiration 18 Vc Indust Rayon 24 Kroner 33 '· Leh Port Ce 21 Mack Truck 23Va Minn. Mol Im 47« Motor Prod 13*a Ohio Oil 8 Packard Mot 3** Park Utah Cop 17* Plymouth 20 Pub Ser N J 34*. Pullman 31 Purity Bakery 34- R K O 2 RCO Motors 1',* St Jos Lead 39 Simmons Co 23** So Cal Edison 25=« Spcrry Corp* 40^a St G E 3 Tld Wa As Oil 13'/« XJ S Smelter 54 V a n a d i u m 23 a * Union Oil CM I R ' i Un Gas A: Im 12 White Motors S'.a Worth Pump 16^* Quotation* F u r n i s h e d by Wolt Brvk, LDo. 308 Fifth Street Southircst HOK5EHIDES Horsehides 52.00 · G R E E N DEEP HIDES From 15 Ibs., up i From 15 Ibs., down Bull hides K A N S A S CITY 1RAIV W r d n e t d » - M a r k e t ) KANSAS CITY. £j--Wheat 84 cars: unchancrd to '1C higher. No. 2 dark h a r d 69'n74 l ,ac: No. 3. 72^'i77',ic: No. 2 h a r d 6769'3C; Ko. 3. (x)!i'!i 71 f a c ; No. 2 red nom. 66V««L63VC; No. 3 nom. 64 a i f!66'.c. Com 9 car?: unchanged to v,c hiehcr. No. 2 u n i t e nom. 4 6 ! 4 ^ 4 7 ? ~ c : No. 3 nom. 4S 3 i«47'«c: No. 2 yellow 46!ic: No. 3 nom. 44'Vfi4.y ic; No. 2 mixed 43',tic; No. 3 nom. 44 1 -! 45c. Oats none: unchanged to ',«c hiehcr. No. 2 white nom. 29^'ii30V4c: No 3 nom 2929',c. Milo mai7.c nom. 7rKi79c. Kafir nom. 7357c. Rye nom. Iv.j^M-V.ic. Barley nom. 34',^fe41c. CHICAGO POTATOES (XVcdnesdar Mirkct) CHICAGO, W--U. S. department o[ agriculture. Potatoes 93. on track 248. total U. S. shipments 1.018; old stock, good quality Bliss Triumphs firm, demand cood; other varieties steady, demand slow: sacked per cwt.. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. I. $1.52!i^ 1.55: washed, heavy to large SI.57 I ,2 ( til.G2 1 ,a: Colorado Hcd McClurcs U. S. No/ 1. cotton sacks, pale color 52.05; burlap sacks washed S2.20; "Wisconsin round whites U. S. No. 1. Sl-25; U. S. commercials SI.10: Michigan Rupsct Rurals U. S. No. 1. S1.30: North Dakota Bliss Triumphs .90 per ctnt U. S. No. 1 and better few sales $I.50«:.55; Cobblers U. S. No. 1, Sl.32^4: 5 per cent U. S. No. 1 Sl.27'4: Minnesota sand land section round whites U. S. commercials SI. 17!=z. new- stock steady: supplies moderate; demand light; no early sales reported. BOSTON 1VOOI. OVedned»r Market) BOSTON. Iff)--U. S. department of agriculture. Trading was limited on. the Boston wool" market Wednesday. Scattered: sales oi small volume were closed on fine territory wools fn original bags at 65 to 63 cents, scoured basis, for good Frcncn combing length, and at 62 to M cents, scoured basis, for average to short French combing length. Combing three- eighths territory wool was moved occasionally at mostly 59 to 61 cents, scoured UOO High School Pupils Expected at S. U. I. for 3 Events IOWA CITY--The year's third- largest concentration of high school pupils on the University of Iowa's campus will occur during the week of March 27 to April 1 with about 1,100 present for three begins March 27 Subgroup Rejects 5 Million Request on Irrigation Works WASHINGTON, (#)--A house appropriations sub-committee rejected Wednesday a request for a direct appropriation of $5.000,000 to supplement Works Progress Administration funds for the construction of irrigation projects in the Dakotas, Montana and other great plains states. In a report to the house on the second deficiency appropriation bill for the current fiscal year, the subcommittee said the appropriation had been requested to permit completion of projects originally contemplated under a 1938 act, but without a $50,000 limitation on each project provided in the 1938 appropriation. LEWIS WONT DISSOLVE CIO Declares Opposition to Dissolution of Group for Labor Unity NEW YORK, (fP -- John L. Lewis firmly declared himself Wednesday against any dissolution of the Congress for Industrial Organizations "as the price for labor unity" in this country. "The CIO and its many organizations," he shouted, in an address to 350 delegates to a tri-district anthracite conference, "do not propose to dissolve themselves and cut themselves up into a multitude of pieces as the quid pro quo of becoming associated with t h e American Federation of Labor." (The dictionary translation of quid pro quo is "one thing for another.") Referring to the renewal of peace parleys with the AFL at Washington, D. C., on Friday, Lewis declared: "If peace comes, well and good. Labor will be the beneficiary and the country will rejoice. "If peace on an honorable basis fails to come, then the CIO will change its policy." Lewis accused the AFL of "foul blows." NOTICE OP THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 5254 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lhat the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Vera Mae Williams, Deceased, late of Hennepin County, Minnesota. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same -will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk o£ the District Court, THOMAS J. WILLIAMS. Administrator. 3329 35th Ave. So.. Minneapolis, Minn. Dunn Mason, Attorneys. Dated March 6th, 1939. S. H. MacPeak. Clerk District Court, By--Margaret Hiley, Deputy. NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILT. In District Court, J a n u a r y Term, 1B39 STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 5292 To AH Whom It 3I»y Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John J. Bums. Deceased, dated September 8th. 1937, having been thts day filed, opened and read. Monday the 10th day of April, 1939. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said' Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified- and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, March 10th, 1939. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret Rilcy, Deputy. events. The influx when the first of 82 casts present plays in the theater during the play production festival. Some 400 pupils will participate during the week. Forensic league finals in debate and other speaking contests wil draw at least 200 students between March 30 and April I. Biggest event of the three in point of numbers will be the interscholastic indoor track and field championships of April 1. About 500 athletes will be in action. John Deere Firm to Begin Business in .oulter Building COULTER--The John De.ere company has leased the Arthur Larson building and will put in a complete line of farm implements and machinery under the active management of Charles Miller of Hampton who h^s moved here and is occupying flats over the drug store. Curb pumps have been installed at the south side entrance for the sale o£ Phillips gasoline. The company wilt be open for business the last of the week. Might as well turn the Philippines loose and let Japan take them. We've never been smart enough to develop them ourselves. --Cedar Rapids Gazette. Civilized land: One where a brute is reported and arrested for beating an animal unmercifully unless it's his own child.--Fountain Inn Tribune. T. C. Flatland Is Board President RIDGEWAY--At the organization meeting of the Ridgeway school board Monday evening T. C. Flatland was chosen president o£ the organization. Plowing wasn't Adam's only punishment. Think how long he lived to be nagged at. for losing the old home.--Wisconsin State Journal. ATTEND FUNERAL ALTA VISTA--Mr. a n d Mrs. Joe Frantzen, who went to Haverhill Friday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Frantzen's father, returned to their home here Monday evening. Correct this sentence: "I shall speculate in the market," said the man, "but I have laid aside a nest egg that I'll never touch."--Davenport Times. Imagination: The quality that enables us to feel superior to other people.--Kcwance Star-Courier. NUMSKUU. NOAH« I POUJCE7V\AM t-JKE. A BECAUSE. HE. DOESN'T SHOW UP UNTIL " uots STOP ~THE1 D RUMUNe IH OUR- 1-lOT WATEJSL RADIATORS IF \VE1 USEX) SOFT. WATEJt IN OURL EOUE.R, JOEL reirrz.-WINDSOR.,CAN NOTICE OF PROBATE STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County, SF. In District Court. No. 5296- January Term, 1933. To all w h o m it may concern: You are hereby notified, that' an instrument of writing purportinp to be the ]ast Will and Testament-of Peter Jorgensen. Deceased, dated July 22, I93ff, having been this day lited, opened and read, Monday, the 17lh day o£ April. 1939, is fixed for hearing proof, of same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court o£ said County, or the Clerk of "said Court; and at 2 o'clock p. m.. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, j( any they have, why said instrument should rot be probated and allowed as and for* the Ia5t Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, March 2 1939. S, H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By MARGARET HILEY, Deputy WE OFFER New Hampton, Iowa School Bonds 3000 Due 11-1-55 Yield 2.20% GOOO Due 11-1-57 Yield 2.25% A.M.SchankeCo. Mason Cilv, Towa Phone 1300

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