The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1931 · Page 14
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March 31, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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.85; .slaughter pigs iop-isb" Ibs 7.000; calves 3,000; utee* trad steady -to- 250 lower; early s to teera J10.35; all grades sharln snipper demand narrow; sh .-nly, steady to 25c higher; medium 41. and-light weight cows anowlnfr ,|ii; vealers 50c@5i -I--'--- --Jtue,.and- yealers: t ~~ "and choice 600-800 Its.' SS DO ShoO-1100 Its. H.50@10.75; 1100- jj r*8.75@)ll; . 1300-350D Iba. $8.75® ·n and mcdlum'600-1300 IDS. S6 25 fere- good and choice J5@6.50; l mf Ah,r» S4.25®5.25; low cutter choice'(beef) *1.50@5.75; -V*®4.85; vealera (milk airir- 1 5"^ S8@10.50; medium *VHll and common S5@8.ao. 3 r f i n d ; feeder cattle: : ' ' * f m * nd ctolc * =00-1050 U». S7.50 Ok {iTMOM; M faIrl 1 y! i /acUve?' 5 st? a7 dy 0 'to '·; r advance on better grade lambs^, n \wooU.Wns $8.7509.15-to packers; e nfrTSeWVJS' c " Mcra * 8 ® int sheep and lambs:, ,nlt 'Iba. down, : ijood and choice % ; medium 58©8.7S; fll-ioo Ibj $.SOBTM 'w. 7 . 8 ?*-, 1 ^ ,l'_''·??'*!"» fe Hog Markets By THE ASSOCIATED rRESS ' 1 marketa Tuesday^ Pack., July GRAIN OPEN *M5® P 6? am 5? 5o lo or '· ' MVESXOCK. ·ch 31. Wl^U. S. de- j COMBINED HOG KBCEirTS. paSmlnfol^Mur^ 31 -'^^ 3 '^ "'^^S sff l^ 3 ^^^. Iowa and southern .Minnesota for the ur period ended at 10 a. m. today n-ej-d -,--J, compared with 7,800 a week ato lrostly;iOc lower; marketlnir fnrn'u ho'nTM 1 ' -* flefftnno. »,!.n, " * V^^.J^ .. ly "P a VY sr iso-ioo CHICXGO. March 31. WHEAT-- . Close Yr. Ago. Mar. old n e w . . ; . : ilay old...... :-i.iiu - n e w . . . . June ' July' no Sept. 1.121- CORN-- ' Mar. old new... . ifoy old...'... .65=1 new.... July ·.'· .8751 Sept. :. .87Ji OATS-Mar.- old....... - new.... May old .44 a new.... July :.. .44 ^ Sept _43 · · Close. Yes'd'y. '.81 »i .6214 .63% .6251 11.00 O p e n ' Today. - .81« . .8214 .83 · .8414 - .73'A .50% .59% .59% .60%: .61% .62% Mar. old. new.. May old. ;... new.; July ...... . Sept. ..... LARD-Mar. old May " July ... BELLIES-May ....'· July ..t.. .20-j ..30T6 ·31% .31%- (this volume "ma'y'not' run'more "than'T'i or » P" cisnt.|« M t h a n r i n t h e f i r e t Quarter of heafaSd' ° r '"f, "»»««"««?«"" fn For S?fi^t d Qu'aTM" 1 '!,"^^^ SBO(!rlllIy - rs.^Afssa^ 1 be 57 ° r , w c "^ OOODVEAB DniDEND 1 CUT ANTICIPATED . e r . " " ' No .10.30 .10.5$ .13.15 .13.30 .35 · 8.80 fl.,02 10.00 11.05 .3014 ' .40% .33%" 8.02 9.05 10.87 KANSAS CITV KANSAS CITS', March CHAIN. 31. (,P|--v sales pi- ST. PAtK-'MVESTOCK. f, s ^- PAW-. March 31. LW-u. s. (t of agriculture- -- /Lj.luo; opening alow, general un- reak,..to lowerMinort car matured W , around 59.50 ; bulk air Vllera ? B- 8S hnS b " "® 8 ' 5 °: beer- cow! ;'?,·,, "«.?£ her hclt eTM i5.500e.75- l to . *T.T5; cutters W03.75; bulii * TM ? W ' 25 down: - ' HOG FUTURES. |»1^'^^^^ B 1 S: mo^ow? * 7 - 25 -'°'- heavies to arrive to! Grade LIGHTS-J April May Sept. (first hat» Sept. (lait half) June ....... MEDIUMS-April sold S7.85 | May June O/fcred o!oe 8.75 S.BO 8.50 9.00 Bid 8.0(1 8.25 8.00 8.30 8.00 2 ^S51 8 Ca , n: un *anged-.to i 2 white nominal y 084J57C- Nn up; No - cars; up «c: No. 2 white 32V. e; No. 3 nominally 32@32ac. - OMAHA GRAIN. 8.50 '·. ls '25c l o w e r , than iron- tetter 160-2Z5 Ib. ,,F, or "-yVhlt« No. 2, 55c; yellow No 1 53Hc; mixed No. 3, 51i»52c Oats--White No. 3, 30c. " MINNE.4rOtrS OR.UN ^MINNEAPOLIS, March [ 31. (T(--Wheat p8_cara_compared to 84 a year - - - - · · · - NO STEEI, FKICES- - · REDUCTION EXTECTED OF STOCK QUOTATIONS Supplied bv ' LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO Mason city Office in Eagley-i Beck Building. Telephone No 7 TJ,"? "-"·««, uiaea to meet John Freberg, Swedish giant, here last s^eis^rSi^ 1 ^ 1 · Jack Routledge told cne from the ringside. He said - - -- / * ^.u-i7u-i2; L 6 tO 11 innl iTJiSsr sisw. 1 - i 5 *? .whole l t 'bu nominal* j Am Metal 19 Louis? : ori^* 1 5t3 ^ · 114 \' t IfcK A- Pnhh -. n , . JOHNSTON MAY PROMOTE BOND QUOTATIONS First 4143 102.23. Fourth 4«s 103.25. Treasury 4s in.26. · ' *". \tt I .IV ,'.' o-""m whisper has it thst Jimmy .Johnston- is 'all set to promote a heavyweight duel between Primo Camera and Jack Sharkev at- a£d 6t th fi f id fiU ' Bro ° kl yn TM s *!fu£ and that formal announcement awaits^ only the. reinstatement of Primo to good standing m this state vi,- th ^ fa f e of st ' 'he match looks «ke a "natural" but none of the Talr^- f' -li'^ 1 ^"* a re P Ia t ~i=,n Mf \ 12 B 29 C]ear Lah e Camp So I ^S^ 0 " 1 ? 5 ' C!ear Lake ! £ pt,fi TM ^ Bayside Park. 1-6-31 Paul Matilda and F. C. to R E ^? rk2 f · P a |t lot 8 in subd Govt lot d in 24-96-22 (Given to cover nron- erty omitted by error from deed recorded in B 83 P 106) 3-17-31 WUlfong, Q. \y_ a ' bank of Om'aha to LAMSON BROTHERS GRAIN LETTER noirn «2,«00; 500 direct; market opening Jdy on all. clasaea; BO Ib. spnnc ;b.e a t U » re J a .V la ;E lM WWB.25; chot°f MINNEAPOLIS. March 31. » BeiJ ; Sh , lllmenl8 sr,B3. Bra standard mlddllngo 520020.50. rOTATO JIARKET No Si!?' ° - S ' yello Oats, No. 3 white Barley.. 32@5c. Bye. No. 1, 3Hi@38Wc. Flar. No. 1, 53«©55V4c. S. depart; on track OJtAHA IJVESTOCK. '.500, 72 direct; mostly 2.5o lower- I ItiilSpi , ?8.25®7; average Monday t'los- ^6.500; fed steers and i NEW VORK SCO AS HIDES Refined unchanged at 51.50. . ,0 car., cutler grades J3.25®*,- mednS \ Quotations Furnished by. Wolf Bros. 303 Fifth Street Southwest Horse hides ..............51.50- .Cured beef hides ... Green beef hides ..... 65 th Birthday Celebrated. CLARKSV1LLE, March' 31 _ Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Bolin and daughters, Taelma and Maybeile Mr. and Mrs. William Bolin and Mr' nu d ^"Ir ? Copland and family all visited Mr. and Mrs. George Bolm -home, Sunday. H was OltAIN MARKET LETTER. and the cash market was a lluie ble ww, "h e 0 ? mnu? 6 ",'"'* ««TM«y «edted C ' " r,.h, ^ AS6 - N CITY, March Cash Quotations by ~ " ' " ; · · ' EGGS (current receipts) Stags -.':.'.. breaks. erpool due \ ··'·^ - L j ~~L.-.'......-j... : ' Mother Is III. ; -, HA NI'OJNTPWIJ--- The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Birdsall arrived Monday morning from Rockford. U] caUe 5 er « ''D*, 6 serious HWe33 of Mrs. - H. Shields, mother of Mrs Birdsail. They were accompanied bv Guy H t i r d w H o , visited his sister, Rockford. Hammond Old cocks; heavy"*"'"" Ducks ......... Geese .'...'.'..'""" - Uercbhats Quotatfona *£££? In trade Eggs, cash ...'.'.-" Butter, Plymouth Butter, Clear Lake '.'."" Butter. State Brand Butter, dairy ., "" '' iea ' Bm p nscont HANK BRUDER TTJRX« 27 ^ 5 * 2 , lj 3 - 24 s -^- ' TO PRO VVRESTL'^G T ^es B. W. and Jennie E to B I-^S w^lme- af^ n £^|"«?«^^ teSTSS: Sife?^---- * ,-Hu, join the growing group " -· 'I whn ·!,,,,,,, taken . ilip f VWNS MANAGER'S "I." DOSAGE, March' 3i:_william I Stearns, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Stearns, has^had; charge oFa wrest- ' I line S r,,,»d at Ames during the win- is received a major man- m wrestling. Elected Co-Captains. Evan Verle 26^4-20 3- 148 to 155 PRODUCE From : the boom reported in re- 'e^ucLliTM 6 "' JS "° - ipnger a P al ^ h^ S ° f a J lusbandl wh ° Is^'arn' mg bndge.--pavenport Times. n.i ^" wauke8 woman has just received^her citizenship pan er s , altho says the Milwaukee J6urnkl, she does^ot know where her taxes eo Tfo ltno ^ led ^ e was a qual' )orn citizens' would lose the e Minneapolis Journal. I ,,.""- j «'-«-Lii.i!iia 1 March 31 Walter (Whitey) Budrunis of Wau- I kegan HI., and Albert Shipley of Kenosha,,have beeh elected co-captains of the 1931-32 Marquette university basketball team.- ' ForesfCit^Men Get Contract for Work on Garner ( - M er P e 6 Portland 10-1-26 ·Mason Fay and Hattie E.' to $1, Em . Tree Planting fc Planned . Minn!, March 31. ^ m a l and social cl have mapped out a for tree-planing in the - of pro- creamery building was let to BartliH son brothers of forest City today- ! ? ca! "^tractor, will Perhaps the. war left America no rums, but just give Mascie Shoals time.--Davenport Times. Butter 17.238; steady. Cheese 268,051; uteiuly NEW «« r shootin l a d e r ° f Ioaded dlce "Sfid for craps- j n Cleopatra's day discovered - Antony, no ** ' he Mark -- Wcston ·ATiriT'i'n" 5 eet . - V ^ or ^ c wil1 st art April 10 and will be completed next summer. At a meeting held lak ·y members of the Gi -ative creamery by a vote of *~~~- to one made . possible the milding of a modern structure The present structure became inade! ..quate as the business has grown lots just south of the nevv er were purchased for approximate cost will Now scientists inform us that headache is a sigrn of brains. It i'p when dad uses it to. escape a bridgi party.--Wisconsin State Journal. S \ Bay Iowa Falls Grocer}-. IOWA. PALLS, March 31.--M S Beach and son, W. E. Beach, have' purchased the Clark GrocerV of Mrs. H. E. ci ark who has Jbe operating the business since the death of, her husband last year The new owners will take over the business April 1. Is Named Superintendent. /FERTILE; March SI.--The Mission Sunday school has been re-organized Mrs. C. E. Eikenbary was re-elected superintendent and Mayor C. N. Jorgenson as assistant superintendent; Joseph Levang. actin- secretary treasurer, and Miss Silence Seglem, pianist "\

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