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18 3^J3*H^^^ THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Hogs Close 25 Cents Lower SWINE RECEIPTS SHOW INCREASE Sales for Day Are at 10-25 Cents Lower CHICAGO, ((P)--The hog supply expanded Thursday and buyers were able to bring about declines ranging to 25 cents on most .offerings. Losses in sows, which were a small part oE the total supply, were limited to 15 cents. Most good and choice 190 to 300 pound hogs sold at $14.60 to $14.85, with the latter price the top. This compared with a peak of 515.10 Wedensday. There were 21,000 head offered for sale and large packers received 10,500 head direct. (USDA) Salaable hogs 21,000, Hotal 31,500; general trade on bar_rows and gilts 10 to 25 lower; clos- ·Ing at full 25 decline with spots off more on some medium weights and heavy butchers; top $14.85; bulk good and choice 190 to .300 Ibs. $14.60 to $14.85; some heavier ·butchers $14.5fl to $14.65; most well-finished 150 to 180 Ibs. $14.25 to $14.75; sows 15 lower; good 350 to 550 Ibs. largely $13.90 to $14.50; ·few best kinds $14.25 to $14.35. Salable sheep 7,000, total 8,500TM late Wednesday; Fed lambs strong to 25 higher; bulk good to choice · fed western wooled lambs $15.50 · to $15.30; top $16.15 on choice 99 to 109 Ib. weights; most natives ?15.75 to $15.90; choice clipped ·lambs with No. 1 skins $15.25 to $15.65; good to choice yearlings $13.50 to $14.25; sheep steady; good to strictly choice ewes, $7.75 .to S8.85; Thursday's trade: Fed lambs slow, practically no early sales; talking around $15.75-$15.85 on good to choice fed western Jambs; asking §16.00 and better for best offerings; few smnll lots good ·yearlings about steady at $14.00; ·undertone steady on sheep; strict- .ly choice ewes held above $8.85. Salable cattle 5,000, calves 700; fed steers and yearlings steady; supply small, killing quality mostly medium to good; bulk $13.50 to $15.75; top around $16.25; several loads $15.00 to $15.75; heifers fully steady; best $15.00; cows weak to 25 lower; medium to good beef -cows off most; cutters $9.25 down- ·bulls 25 to 40 lower ;light and medium weight offerings now 50 to 75 down for week to date; practical top sausage bulls $14.00; supply liberal; vealers steady at $14.00 to $16.00; very narrow trade on limited supply stock cattle. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Thursday Fifteen cents lower. Good llffht lights HO-150 S12.55 Good Tfehl lishts 150-160 SI3.05 Good light lights JBO-170 $13 55 Good H S M lights UO-lEO SH 05 Good light lights 133-200 S14.JO Good light butchers 200-220 SH.40 Good me. n't. butchers ... 220-240 Sl-i.-W Good me. u-t. butchers ... 240-270 SU 40 Good me, \vt, bluchers ... 270-30051-^40 Good me. wt. butchers ... 300-330 SU.40 Good me. v.'l. butchers ... 330-360 SH.30 Good packing sows 270-300 SH.IO Good sows 300-330 SU 10 Good sows 330-350 SU.10 Good sows Good s o'.vs ............. Good sows . '/ CATTIC MASON CIXY-i-or Thursday Choice to crime steers 51:1.50-14 5U Good to choice steers S12.5fl-U.SO Medium to good steers S11.50-12.SO cair to medium steers stUOO-llJio Plain to fair steers SSOO-tO.UO Choice lo prime yrjg. steers S13-50-H 50 ttood to choice yrl=. steers S12.SO-13.50 aiedium to KOOO yearlings ... 511.50-12.58 Fair to medium vearltngs .. slflOO-1150 Common to fair ycarlmps S S.OO-IG.OO Choice to prime hellers, 800 Ibs. down S13.00-H.OO Good to choice- heifers SI20U-1300 Medium to soon hei/erj SI 100-12 CO Flam to fair heifers S10.00-11 50 Common heifers 5800-10CO Good to choice cows, dry fed s 10.00-11 no Medium lo fair cows s 9.00- S.M fair to medium coxva S B50- 9 CO Cutters, heavy S 7 25 7'71 Cutters, light '.'.'.:: s i.-M-J.m Rmnsre. heavy s 5 . so . 6 . 0 o g 8 TM 0 "- "'Sht J s.oo- 5.50 IS i* uT'* S 9 -'=-"-2S Bulls. light s 85 0 . 9 _, 0 iancy select calves SI2.50-IS.OO Calves, good to choice, 130-190 SUjO-12.50 J-a ves. fair to good. 1.10-100 s 3.00-n oo Calves, common to fair ... . s 600- 800 Calves, cull s 600 d .^. n SHEEP 5IASOM CITY--For Thursdav i Spring lambs, eoofl to choice S13-25-1VJ5 ^pnng lambs, medium to good 512.01-1300 spring lambs. good lo tali . SiOjO-1150 spring lambs, fair to medium S 3.03-10.03 Sprung lambs, common S 5 00- 7 00 F.w cull* 8 °° d '° eholc * 1 - J "*· "* Buck,"!...:::"::::::::::::;; i ·% .. 360-JOO S14.00 ... 400-130 S14.00 .. 430-500 SH.OO Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Trend Good Butchers-140-130 Ibs 150-160 Ibs ICa-lTO Ibs 170-IEO Ibs 130-200 Ibs -220 Ibs 220-240 Ibs :, 240-270 Ibs 270-300 Ihs 3M-3M Ibs 330-350 Ibs Good Packing So\vs 270-300 Ibs 300-330 Ibs. 330-360 Ibs 60-400 Ibs 400-450 Ibs 450-500 Ibs 500-550 Ibs Albert Lea* Minn, IOC lower , S12.45-12.59 S12.8J-I2.90 , S13.25-13.30 SI 3.83 -13.90 . 514.10-14.25 . 514.25-14.20 . S14.25-14.30 St4.25-14.30 , S14.25-14.30 514.25-14.30 . S14.15-14.20 . 513.85-13.90 . S13.85-13.90 , S13.85-13.00 . S13.75-13.80 . S13.65-13.70 . S13.55-13.03 . S13.45-13.50 -Amtin Miim lOc lower S12.35-I2.C5 S12.80-13.10 S13.10-13.W 513.40-13.70 S13.85-14.15 $14.05-14.35 S14.05-14.35 S14.0D-14.35 S14.05-14.35 SI 4.05-14.35 513.95-14.25 Si3.75-14.05 S13.75-14.05 513.13-14.05 S13.C5-13.95 513.55-13.85 513.55-13.85 Waterloo 15c lower S13.45-13SO S13.83-14.00 $14.15-14.30 514.25-14.40 514.25-14.40 S14.25-H.4tt S14.25-H.49 S14.15-14.30 514.05-14.20 513.90-14.0S 513.90-14.05 S13.90-14.05 S13.80-13.95 513.80-13.05 $13.80-13.95 Cedar Rapids $13.55-13.65 513.90-14.00 SH.15-14.25 $14.30-14.40 S14.3p-14.40 514.30-14.40 S14.30-14.40 S14.30-14.40 SH.20-14.35 514.00-14.10 514.00-14.10 514.00-14.10 513.90-14.00 S13.80-13.90 5U.80-13.9C! ·IGood to clioire hogs, less than normal fill, delivered to WiUon plant at Albert l.ea, will bring 5-15c over foregoing quotalions.l GRAIN MARKET RETREAT HALTED Rally Lifts Futures Prices Cent a Bushel CHICAGO, (*)-- The grain market's retreat was halted Thursday with a strong rally that lifted prices of most futures contracts about a cent a bushel. Enlarged mill buying, reflecting substantial flour business, and buying associated with heavy trade for shipment of corn from this market checked the decline, which has been under way since Tuesday when ceilings were placed on corn. Some traders expressed belief export sales of wheat to Mexico may have been reflected by purchases in the pit. Wheat closed ~;k to 1 cent higher than Wednesday; May $1:38=» to ^; July $1.39: corn ijs to Us up; May 97"/i to 97%; July 97',;.; oats ~/s to I'/s higher. . rye =·$ to'l up and soybeans Vf; higher to : !'i lower. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Thursdar Market} CHICAGO. (.T,--Wheat No. 2 dork northern £1.45. Corn No. 2 yellow SB'Ac; No. 3, 95'^ft- '.'tc; No. 4, Sl!i-g.S7!ic: No. a. es^itf 90'/4C: sample grade GGliOSc; No. 4 white Qals No. 1 mixed lieavy 59c f No 1 U'hite GOV^c; Ko. I white heavy 61?ic: No. 4 white ST'.ic; sample grade white 50 lie. Barley mailing 35cSS1.04 n o m i n a l : feed 7{)ft80c nominal. Field seed per hundred u'ei"ht nominal: Timothy $4.7i«5: Alsifce SI9'l 24: fancy red top S7S7.50: red clover SlS.50g23.50; sweet clover S7-ij.O. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday Wo. 2 shelled corn ,. 80c No. 2 new pat SOc New ear corn T2c No. 2 soybeans Sl.fil Barley 50-75c CHICAGO CRAI.N CLOSE (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, iP;-- WHEAT-- High Loiv May 1.33'i 1.371- July 1.39li 1.33 Sept !.40 J.33:i CORN-May 97;i .Bfiii July 97'. .gijiii Dec .S3-. OATS-May , 57!Jn!y 5C'i Sept. . .... .56~ a SOYBEANS-- .M.iy Tilly 1.35 RYE-- July B^-R .13*1 Sept a?-., ,s\- t LARD-Jan .so?; .62?: Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES fThuritlay Market) CHICAGO, ^?)--lU. S. department agriculture)-- Potatoes, arrivals 63: on tract 173; total U. S. shipments 973; old stock: Supplies moderate, for test stock demand moderate. market firm to sltehtlv stronger: for ordinary stock demand very slow, market dull: Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. S2.5afj.3.15; Colorado Red McClures U. S. Xo. 1. 52.90^ 2.5o; Wyoming Bliss Triumphs U. S. Ko. I. S3: Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs Commercials S'-MOTi--la; Cobblers Commercials S2.15'ij2.20: new stock: Supplies light, demand moderate, market slightly stronger: Florida bushel crates Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. $'-'.50'it2.G. ; i per crale. MOST STOCKS ARE UNCHANGED But Little Rallying Dust Is Kicked Up NEW YORK, W--A few bulls scampered around the stock market pasture Thursday but the majority kicked up little rallying dust. While selected steels, farm implements, rails and motors managed to do fairly well, there were many shaky movers throughout the list. Dealings, moderately active at the start, slowed later and, near the close, prices were pretty well jumbled. Numerous issues sold at Wedensday's final quotations. Apathetic bidding was blamed principally on the reluctance of customers to extend commitments unduly pending more definite ideas regarding the position of corporations under this years heavy tax requirements. Among stocks reaching new 1942-43 peaks were J. I. Case, Oliver Farm, Hudson and Manhattan, Virginia-Carolina Chemical. Chrysler got up about a point. Resistance was displayed by U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Continental Motors, Santa Fe, Southern Pacific, Morris and Essex, Martin Parry, Kennecott, U. S. Rubber, Seal's Roebuck and du Pont. Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY--For Thursday Eggs, current receipts 34c Capons, 8 Ibs. and up 30c Heavy springs, 5 Ibs. and up. .24c Heavy springs, 4 to 5 Ibs 22c Heavy springs. 3 to 4 Ibs 20c Leghorn springs I7c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. and ovcr.,22c Hens, 4-5 !bs 20c Hens, under 4 Ibs '.'..'.I7c Cocks, heavy ];j c Cocks. Ceghorns ]ll c All No. 2 Poultry i cents less Eggs, in cash 29-34c Eggs, v in trade 32-34c Butler, Iowa State Brand Sic Butter. Corn Country SOc Butter. Decker's low^na 50c Butter, Brnokfield 50c CHICAGO PRODUCE 'Thursday Market) CHICAGO, ift-- Butter, receipts 332.111: firm: prices as quoted by the Chicago price current are unchanged. Ec e receipts 13.674; unsettled: prices unchanged. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Thursday M a r k e t ) CHICAGO. frrV-Official estimated viable livestock receipts for Pridav: Hozs lo.OOO; cattle. 1,500; sheep. 6.000.' NEW YORK PROItUCE ( T h u r s d a y Market) SEVf YORK. I*-,--E ESS 30.335: weak used colors: Fancy to extra fancv 41 ifi' .-'he: extras 4Ie: graded firsts" 37»ic- currant _reccipts 37nc: mediums 34'.=c! "1!33V^°' '" · H ' i8M!lc; a «rase checks Butter 137,468; scarce. (First hand wholesale price levels): Creamery, higher t h a n 92 score and premium marks 47-£2 TM'« c - '·- score (cash market) 47^47^: R8-9I score 46 3 l'ii47 1 *c Cheese 790,533; firm. Prices unchanged. P U B L I C SALE al my (arm f CW" 1 *·"«:·· * D ; ns . t ; I" 11 'rm1n E . I will h o l d * public 7 m « «u S |h H°" W -P U "' ' """ V " st aml S '= 7 milts south and 2 miles west of Thompson, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 SALE TO START AT 13:311 O'CLOCK -- I.UXCII SERVED OX THE PREMISES 32 -- Head of Livestock _ 32 25 SHORTHORN CATTLE-- 3 cows, Z heifers 3 years old all ftesn since Dec. 3; 1 cow, fresh by day of sale; 1 cow part Guernsey to freshen in March; 1 heifer 3 years old to freshen in March; 4 heifers 2 years old; 2 steers 2 years old; 4 yearling steers; 2 yearling heifers; 5 calves. 2 HORSES-- Black mare, 11 years old, weight 1500 Ibs.; black geldine, 12 years old, weight 1609 Ibs. «!i?-? J cedinK P'ss, 'long time vaccinated. ^^ f^r ^f r ^Ll?^,^^^TM^TM £-n r-' · r F--- -- ---·"= "- K^-E.-, * II ·'-'""·"n f l « , W e h«r.,n-: Iras w t u hay lo.a.r: F.merson « delivery r;ike: McCormirfc mo.vcr. .-,-«.; dL,n,p l,av rake; ,t fr l ,,!,«, I £ . ' Uin " V " B °" L « ts: "·«' -vender, .v'hcel ivarnn T.aVr.m «- *Ier W?C r n: ""V","" lr " ck "'-""· "·" "« l-»h"l l^ilrr ,,·«,, TM e ° r " n1 " : " ltlt ' - corn cultivator, 3-horsc hltrh; in f lc rotr JuriTcJ'cnltivJlor: ^"comv^r^l"" ",i! .""TM "P'" 1 "' *»· '7. with e l e c t r i c motor; douMe btam pUlform scxir, rannin^ miH, nearly nc«-; pair skeleton wheeN for Farmall tractor- nair ne»rlr new tractor lire chains for sn-lnch tires: tlcctric f t n c c r - car tlorarc balterr, nearly ncir; (oil set tractor coltivalor sweeps, nearly n r w - " «tv rocrl Jack pad harness; 2 s c l s My eovcr s ; 7 sood hor-c'coll.,^: lack «' b l o c k "»S l-lnel. rop.; grin* slon»; shcr.l board; m rod, r,-in. Bla ni cr ,vire: SO rod" 3-lt. 4-in. wtrc: tVfo .W-sallon oil barrels; rjm chick simplex broorter Move' jasohnf *n«ine; three S-sillon cream cans; milX Mrjincr: some bee suppli^.' r»r»i, shovels and many other articles too nnmernui to mention " ABOUT iw srcoxn CUTTING A I F \ I K \ ij iv Tr.Tr^A 1 1 B A G S CBArtI:i S E C O N D S OKOrt N F R O M CF.TtTIr 1F.I srri TERMS: Cash or 5 cc y o n r banker. No properly r e m o v e d u n t i l titled lor ALBERT GERDES, Owner B. \. REEMTJi.VA. A^ct fllR'^T f«i-«- " - v . . - .,. r - , ^ T ,.,, ,..,,.. CHICAGO POULTRY (Thursday .Market) CHICAGO. 1,7-,--Poultry, live: 15 tnicks iirm; market unchanged. Hides Qoolation, Inrnljhtd hj Wolf Fro, t ne .ion Firth Street ;mitb«»e»t Horscrildta «g n ·OSEEX BEEF HIKES From 15 [bs. up _ _ u Frum 15 Ibs. dotva . t-i Bull nines '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."." s .. "Cured BJdM lc o ib. higher! Also lc In. higher (or green hides to wbolcsal dealers ia whole-ale quantities. r Curtail Tin Used in Making Toothpaste, Shaving Cream Tubes WASHINGTON, (^--m an order designed to save 100 tons of tin during 1943 for \var materials, the \var production board further curtailed Wednesday the use of tin in toothpaste and shavin" cream tubes. The order, however, does not affect the number of tubes that may be, made from less critical materials. Effective immediately, it prohibits the use of tin in the manufacture of shaving cream tubes, but allows manufacturers to use up tubes containing up to 1.5 per cent tin which they had in their inventory Wednesday. Beginning April 1. the tin content in toothpaste tubes is to be reduced from 5 per cent to 3 per cent of the weight of the tube. As a result of the order. \VPB paid, collapsible tubes in tlie future will bo made largely of lead. The individual purchaser must continue to turn in s used tube for cach new titbc purchased. YOUR 0. S. INCOME TAX Use Care in j Preparation j NO. 10 A federal income tax return is a report to the government of one's taxable income for the year. It is a statement required by law of all single persons and all married persons not living with husband or wife whose gross income for the year amounted to $500 or more and of all married persons living with husband or wife throughout the taxable y e a r whose combined gross income for the year was $1,200 or more. It is no longer required that returns be sworn to but the taxpayer must make a declaration on the return that it is made under the penalties of perjury. Income tax returns ave kept on file and under certain conditions are subject to inspection by state officials in connection with the determination of state income ta.v liability as well as by other law enforcement officers. After a return has been filed, it is checked for accuracy by the internal revenue service and the taxpayer may be subject to examination or inquiry relative to matters connected with the return or his income and he may be asked for f u r t h e r substantiation of statements made in the return. It is important, therefore, that persons subject to the income tax prepare complete and accurate returns as required, both in their own interest the interest of economy in the administration of the law. As an aid in accurate filing of returns taxpayers should keep a record of income received during the year and at the time of preparing a return they should carefully read the instructions accompanying the return form. Em- ployes receiving statements of victory tax withheld should retain these receipts for evidence in supporting the claim for credit lor victory tax withheld. Nazis Demand Data About Officials Now Held in North Africa WASHINGTON, (U.R)--The state department revealed Wednesday that the German government has refused to discuss an exchange of American diplomats and nationals in France tor French diplomats and nationals in this country until it lias been furnished with information about German officials now held in French North Africa. The department also said that the German government has "now assumed complete jurisdiction over the American group (previously at Lourcles, France), and is taking them to Germany under guard of German SS troops." The department's statement revealed for the first time that several formal- attaches of the French embassy who have been concentrated at Hershey, Pa., have been released and have offered their services "in the military effort of the united nations against the axis." These releases have been approved by other interested agencies of the government,, the department added. SPORTS BOWLING SCORES H. and H. Duckpin .-1IF..VS LEAGUE Won JI.C. Tot. ! V. T. V.'. 2 7-.13 R32 T13 75 215.1! Tip Top Tax'. 1 716 691 710 37 2174' R. Fuller 139: H. Prehn .500. Kinney Shoes 1 555 688 563 387 2193 ITelborfMll Gr. 2 730 642 BS2 2,~7 'i231 ,F. Grant 182: A. Johnson 182. 436. Charles City News Charles City Boy Describes Guinea Life CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. John Peltygrove of Orange, Cal., formerly of Charles City, received the following letter from her son Paul, which tells of the life he leads in the jungles ot New Guinea, as a member of the United States army: "Another month seems to have slipped away again. I'm always glad to see another disappear over the hill as I feel as though it's bringing the end of this war much nearer. "Finally got the box of candy you sent and was plenty glad to see it. It couldn't have come in at a better time. Out here in this wilderness, \\e haven't seen any candy for weeks. Don't know of anything that's happened, since I've been over here, that did as much lor morale as that did. Thanks a lot. The peanuts picked up a lot of moisture and got a bit tough, but I dried them out in my mess kit over a fire and they didn't eat so bad either. "This place is alive with birds and they make a horrible racket every morning. Some sound like, a street car whistle or Model T horn, and others just screech and crow. See a lot of white cockatoos and red parrots of a medium size. Also a bird that looks and sounds a lot like a Minor bird. They make a uoige that sounds like 'Here Bill.' "I've never seen such a country for rain as this. Last night was tile first night it didn't ra"in since I've been here. Actually got a full night's sleep, and haven't felt right since. It's a tough proposition trying to keep dry under one of these little shelter-halves or pup tents. Rains for about 2 or 3 hours like water pouring out of a bucket. Each rain puts down 4 ar a inches of water. I live right on top of a high hill, and still can dig down 2 feet and strike water. S o m e t i m e s the water runs through my tent like it flows under a culvert. "Everything we tfve on has to be carried on our backs and in this climate one can't carry an awful lot either. Had a couple pretty good earthquake shocks last night. Lying on the ground, as we do, they feel pretty strong. The palm trees waved enough to rustic the leaves. I sleep under two big ones just loaded with green coconuts. If we ever have n very hard one, I'll get beaten to death in bed, as thev weigh about 18 to 20 pounds and fall 30 to ,.40 feet. ''They say everything over here but the butterflies bite and I don't trust all of them. It's 'just one continual itching and scratching from mosquito bites, etc. Speaking of butterflies, Kay would have a field day over here. Some of the species are very beautiful and rare. "Today marks my tenth month in the army, seven of them spent overseas." BUTTER SENT TO FRIENDS IN EAST Cost From Charles City Totals $1 a Pound CHARLES CITY, V?)--II. C. Hansen, proprietor of Hie Charles City Creamery, sent two shipments of butter, six pounds each, by air express Tuesday to relatives of a local patron in the east because of the shortage ot butter there. The butter cost 50 cents a pound and the air express about the same, making the total cost approximate a dollar a pound. Hansen also disclosed another resident shipped 30 pounds by regular express to friends on the west coast a few days ago. Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations GARNER--The annual meeting of the Farmers Switchboard company will be held at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday, Jan. 19, according to an announcement made by the secretary, L. H. Halverson. Election of officers and reports ot the year's business will be the order of business. * * * MESERVEY--The annual Congregational meeting of the Mes- eri'ey Reformed church, will be held Tuesday, Jan. 19. * * * RUDD--The Legion meeting will be held Monday night, Jan 18, at the H. A. pockstader home * * * GARNER--The degree staff of the Loyalty RebeUah lodge will meet for practice at the lodge hall here Monday evening, Jan. 18. * * * PLYMOUTH--There will be a woman's republican meeting at Miss Cora Ward's home Thurs- .day afternoon at 2:30 Jan 14 * * ¥ GARNER--Mrs, J. C. Morrison will be hostess to the Recital club at her home here Monday afternoon. Jan. 18. Mrs. Wilbur Can- will have charge of the lesson. MOVIE PARADE Diana Barrymore, Brian Donlevy Featured in Cecil-Palace Film ,,. By MAGI.Ol'11 Diana Barrymore whose stu H c career is brief, so far, but important is starred with Brian Donlevy in "Nightmare," film at the Cecil ami Palace theaters Friday, "Nightmare," based on a story* -by Philip MacDoiiald who is favorite of thriller fans, involves murder and sabotage in Us melodramatic plot. Miss Barrymore's past performances have been as the heroic young English airl in "Eagle Squadron" and as a lush young actress in "Between Us Girls." ''Brian Donlevy" most recently notable for his work in "Wake Island" and "The Glass Key" is cast MOV7E~MENU CECIL--"Somewhere I'll Find You" ends Thursday. "Xighl-1 mare" Friday only. ! PALACE--"Night Monster" and "T h e Mummy's Tomb" end ; Thursday. "Nightmare" Friday j Only. j STRAND--"AHster V" and "lion- ' eymoon for Three." S T A T E --"Sweetheart of (he! Fleet" and "Bullet Scars." j LAKE-- (Clear Lake) --"Boogie Man Will Get You" and "Sherlock Holmes" end Thursday.' "Calling Dr. Gillespie" a n d : "Phantom O t the Plains" start Friday. as an ex-gambler in "Nightmare.". Others in the cast are Henry Daniell, Eustace "U'yatt, A r t h u r Shields, Gavin Muir, Stanley Lo- I gan, Ian Wolfe, Hans Conried, John Abbott, David Clyde, Elspeth ; Dudgeon, Harold deBeckcr and Ivan Simpson. j New at the Strand theater is j ·'Mister V," about some astute spv j work by Leslie Howard, and i "Honeymoon for Three"' with Ann ! Sheridan and George Brent. I Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. NORTHWOOO--Misses A l i c e Barnes and Mary Ellen Veenker left. Tuesday for Columbia, Mo., where they attend Stephens college. TODAY - Ends Friday A Sweetheart of a hit ... With Music! ENDS THURSDAY I! "Booeie Man Will Get You" "Sherlock Holmes' Voice of Terror" MUET-STMEMa TWtUSl (cats TOOMEY FRIDAY - SATURDAY WOMEN'S LE.UiCE Won llier Wolf I . S2S G33 300 Mac's Grocery 2 56.1 635 525 E. Carpenter 1R2. $49. K.C. Tot. I l l 87 1810 Victory Duckpin WOMEN'S L E A G U E 578 606 716 629 494 Won State Brand 2 5D7 Buss Girls 1 55r Factor 182. 5t)6. J. C. Penncys 2 327 BID Corn Country I 516 4S1 Shook ll. 430. Ttp Top Tav. 3 ;' Tent Awnine 0 Romis 1GG. 383. Holcl Hanforth 3 Park Inn--Forfeit A. Buhr 191. 501. Ervin's Art. Ice 3 G23 531 515 Nc\vbcrrvs--Forfeit SchmiU 156. 403. NATIONAL MEN'S LEAGUE Won ll.c. .,,.. Marsh. A; Swift 1 P52 702 R25 299 2178 Sttlhbs Transfer 2 G31 625 735 240 2231 Tracy 207. 485. Sweetheart Br. 3 721 693 "65 12 217SJ Victory Lanes 0 GIO G70 G38 33 1957 Powell 183. 514. Iloxie Fruit 1 671 697 651 1K1 2122 Tip Top Tav. 2 KM 7.10 15 33 2134 HxiUcll 185: Olson 445. rl.C. Tol. 30 1B71 1940 21 1721 93 1554 _. 633 3.1 1733 423 428 524 201 1576 606 650 647 42 1945 30 1765 M A S O N CITV WOMEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIiVIIOX II. C. Tot. 309 2099 High sinclc--N. llctl.ind 1GB; liiph sc- D. K. Lundhcrg Eclsy Ross Bread Won Act. 2 1790 2050 Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITV -- D i s t r i c t Court Clerk L. V. Leigh has issued marriage licenses to Gene D. Crowell. 22, and Mary Barbara Engels. 24, both of Rocktoi'd. and to William J. Noli, 24, and Marlise Meineke,'19, both o£ Charles- City. County Attorney Western E.. Jones, who spent most of lust week at the Mayo clinic in Rochester, Minn., undergoing a ! checkup, has returned and is again "* '"- duties in the courthouse. ! Oakland. Cal., are the parents o[ a daughter, christened Janet. | born Saturday, Jan. 9. Mrs. Scott i was formerly Sheila B u n /. e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bunze ot this city. Mrs. Dean Schlick left Monday night for Midland. Tex., to join her husband, who is stationed at Midland Field. Mi-, and Mrs. Louis Bilharz have received the announcement of 'the arrival of a son. Philip Keith, at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Keith Newton ot DCS Moines. Mike K. Smith of the U. S. navy arrived home Tuesday from Norfolk, Va.. to visit his family, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Smith. 201 Tenth avenue. Petty Officer Smith I has just completed six years in j the service of the U. S. navy. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Ruzicka are the parents of a son born Wednesday morning at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Sirs. O. A. Mannetter of Bassett are the parents of a son born Sunday morning at the hospital. Miss Lydia Olto, who is the second grade teacher at Central school. * has returned to Charles City to resume teaching following ! an illness at her home which caused her to be unable to return last week at the b CO-HIT Three Mesquiteers "Phantom Plainsmen' I Serial--"Perils of Nyoka" _ , ,,^.. ,,., ,.11^ " t . e i i l i t J i t l j . j of school. Mrs. John W. Mitchell 1738 0 1733 1 Hill 174: hieh scri ..,,-- N. Holland . Sweetheart Bread 1 1073 1873 -··"··"""- i4-a. . J U L I I I \ v . 1VIUCI1CII Uutcliinson's Ice Cr .1 1905 so is« | substituted during Miss Otto's High single-- M. Jones 184; high scrits absence -- B. Jones 4K. ji r-' ni i , Tent Awning 3 i7sa 12 n7o "· L - une. who has been em- Staiiclard Oil Co -. . . Hish single-- M. M. Hill ·!«. Decker Brothers" 3 2131 2191 Decker's lowana 0 17£l 210 iy74 High sincle -- K. Sykcs 221; high scries -K. Sykcs M2. High single £or evening -- K. Syhes 221. High scries lor evening -- K. Sykcs 5.T2. 3IASO.V CITV WOMEN'S ROWLING ASSOCIATION STANDINGS Won Lost Decker Brothers ..... . . BcVsy Ro5.= ......... . Su-ccthcart Bread . . ---- Hutchtnson's Decker loivanas ....... M. C. Tent Standard Oil . A\vn:np 31 28 27 2G 13 18 IB ... ^. ^..._. . i,u ims uttn cm- ployed as foreman at the Pantex ordnance plant at Amarillo. Tex enlisted in tiie Sea Bees branch of the navy, Nov. 10, and is now in a naval station at Norfolk. Va. Uhe went into the service as a v first class petty officer. Miss Lillian Morgan of Morgan's Apparel shop attended the fashion show in Mason City, Wednesday. CORIVITII--.Mrs. Leo Frankl cnme Wednesday from Houston, Tc-x., where she has spent the last three months with her husband. ~ ---. -- ---- . t M r - F r a n k l has been transferred in Australia has million mhabi- j the U. S. armed forces and Mrs tants. distributed over a cmitiiicnl i Fninkl will rejoin him alter he is the size of the United States. | located agiiin. THURSDAY - FRIDAY 2 GRAND HITS! -- AND -(-- KO.MANCK - I , , M - r . l l T K R --1 1 Ami Slirrirlaii I I George Brent I ("Honeymoon for Three" I Every Wed. and Fri. Are Fun Nites -- Be Here DANCE afci*? AND RELAX DANCE AND STAY YOUNG SCANDINAVIAN ACCORDION BAND LYNN KERNS SAT A N D TIIE CIII'TUM CLUB LEE WILLIAMS Sun. A.VII HIS STEPPING TONE MUSIC lias Wed. - Fri. - S a t . - Sun BAUL.BOOM 1 AUSTIN MINf Fezz Frilsclie Fri., Lee Williams Sat.. Chuck Hall, Sun. DINE and DANCE . . . AT MASON CITY'S ONLY DINNER AND SUPPER CLUB Chicken or Steak Dinner Plus Dance Evening DANCING ALL EVENING Person ( I N F O R M A L ) . . . IN THE WEDGEWOOD ROOM HOTEL HANFORD PALACE JS THURS. NITE* "MUMMY'S TOMB" Lou Cluney "The Night Monster" Bela Lugosi FRIDAY ONLY Bargain Matinee 'lil p it. m. SENSATIONAL SUSPENSE! Plus Regular Event STARTS SATURDAY Abbott and Costello "Night in the Tropics" "Eyes in the Night" Edward Arnold IlO.llf 01' BETTER MOVIES LAST - TIMES - TODAY (Thursday) GABLE'S LAST FOR THE DURATION! -- Plus -A BIG SNEAK PREVUE Tonight 0:30 COME.- ENJOY 2 Great Shows A - BIG - PREVUE ATTRACTION You'll Not Be Disappointed I HENRY DANIELL . I EUSTACE WV»n I * rlus ·' l n » V ] D C L Y D E f Cartoon "^ News -- anrt -EXTRA ADDED FEATURE trrri.'R UK iirni; TIIAX SORRY STARTS SAT. A B i d M (I S T C A L r u N s H o \v : TO THE FRONT of the HITPARADE!

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