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14 TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Before the American revolution, Â· Philadelphia was the second lar-~ ggst city in the British empire. DANCE CITY MEMORIAL HALL Sheffield, Iowa Thurs., Jan. 25 Music By MALEK'S ACCORDION BAND HOG MARKET FULLY STEADY Good and Choice Get Ceiling Prices Chicago, 0P) -- Good and choice hogs weighirtfe 170 pounds and over again commanded the ceiling price, $14.75, in a hog market which was very active and fully steady. All the better sows topped Â§14, and clearance was had early. Action in the cattle market sent the price of fed steers and LAST TIMES TUESDAY NIGHT -- TWO FEATURES DONALD O'CONNOR, "THE MERRY MONAHANS" LON CHANCY, "DEAD MAN'S EYES" HERE IT IS! SHOWN TO YOU WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY I ATROCITIES OF NO. 1 SCOUNDREL EXPOSED! yearlings up 10 to IS cents, and in some cases, 25 cents higher. Bidding was steady on sheep but only scattered sales were concluded. (WFA) -- Salable hogs 15,000; total 21,000; very active, fully steady; early clearance; good and hoice hogs 170 Ibs. and over at 14.75 ceiling; few underweights ownward to $14.25; all weights good and choice $14. Salable cattle 8,000; total 8,000; alable calves '1,200; total ry200; general market very active, fed teers and yearlings, including yearling heifers, lOc to 15c higher, nstances 25c up; strictly choice cinds absent; top $16.60 on 1,318 b. averages; best long yearlings 316.50; bulk $13.75-16; top heifers $15.25; cow and bull receipts small' and both classes firm to 15c higher; vealers fully steady at $15.50 down; good and choice stockers and feeders in light supply at $1213. Salable sheep 6,000; total 6,000: scattered sales and bids steady; Midwest Livestock (TUESDAY'S FEICES) Albert Lea, Minn. Trend . Steady Good Butchers-140-150 Its $11.10 150-160 Ibs $12.00 160-170 Ibs S12.40 170-180 lb= $13.15 180-200 Ibs SH.SO 200-220 Ibs. J14.40 220-240 Ibs. S14.40 240-270 !bs J14.40 270-300 Ibs. SU.40 300-330 Ibs S14.30 330-360 Ibs Â»14.30 Good Packing Sows-- : 210-300 Ibs $13.65 300-330 Jbs. 513.65 330-360 !bs S13.65 360-400 Ibs. $13.65 400-450 Ibs $13.55 450-500 Ibs 313.55 500-550 Ibs .- : 913.55 Austin, Minn. Generally Steady $10.90 511.90 $12.40 $12.90 $14.30 $14.40 $14.40 S14.40 $14.40 $14.40 $14.40 $1365 $1365 $Â·13.65 S13.65 913.65 $13.65 Steady 913.20 SI 3.9 5 S14.35 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 514.45 114.45 $14.45 $13.10 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 913.60 Cedar Rapids Steady $13.15 $13.65 $14.35 $14.45 $14.45 514.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $13.70' $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.60 CHICAGO CASH GBA1N (TutiiUy Jfirkel) . - Chleaco. U?t--Wheat: No. 2 mixed $!.68!4; No. 2 red $1.75%. Corn: No. 4 yellow 51.oeal.09V,; No. 5 yellow 5i.ooy.Sl.06. Oats: No. 1 mixed heavy 7Sc; No. 1 white 79c: sample grade white 6Bc, Barley, nominal: Malting $1.1581.3715; toed 5ctgsi. Field seed per hundredweight nominal: Timothy S6ti6.25; red top $15S?16; red clover $31.50; sweet clover $10.65; alslke $28.50. hit deck good and choice 112 Ib. fed wooled western lambs sold $15.85, other good and choice lambs bid $15.75; nothing done early on older classes. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Tuesday Digest 1 ress, The Dizek Co., W. M Dodd, Mead Co Douglas, Jake Dover Publications Duplicopy Co. Economy Welding Machine Wks .. . Edu. Personel Pub. Co. Edu. Test Bureau Eggers Printing Co., F. W. Engler Drug Co. . . . . : . . Everson Mfg. Co. . . . . Farm Equipment Sup- No. 2 white oats, 32 Ibs. 70c No. 2 shelled corn, old Â·. .$1.02 No. 2 shelled corn, new . .98c GET INTO THE SWING OF THINGS Chuck Hall Wed. Malek's Band Fri. Ray Gray Sat., Sun GRAIN MARKET SAGS AT CLOSE Wheat, Rye Hit New Lows for Day Chicago, (Â£)--The grain futures market sagged at the close Tuesday with wheat and rye hitting new lows for the day under selling pressure. At the close wheat was IVa to 2% lower than Monday's close, May $1.60 to $1^60%. Corn was Vt to % lower, May $1.11%. Oats were 1 cent to IV* lower, May 66 to 66Vs. Rye was 1% to 1% lower, May $1.10 to SLlOVs. Barley HE DARED! Because he opposed the pTanc of trie sinister doc* ^for'thfe man was cruelly beaten. MYSTERY GIRL! The home of this alluring Monde was known fa be onÂ« of Dr. Goebbelt* fa- vorite haunts. SEE THE SCANDALS, BRUTALITIES,! CRIMES IN THE PRIVATE LIFE OF DR. PAUL JOSEPH GOEBBELS! CECIL MASON CITY'S FINEST Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Tuesday Generally steady. Good light lights 140-150 $12.00 Good ight lights 150-160 $ 13.00 Good light lights 160-170 $13.50 Good light iehts 170-180 S14.00 Good light lights Â·.. 180-200 $14.40 Good light lights 200-220 $14.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. 220-240 $14.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. 240-270 $14.40 Good med. wt. butchers .. 270-300 $14.40 Good med. wt butchers .. 300-330 $14.40 Good med. wt butchers .. 330-360 $14.40 Good sows 270-300 $13.63 Good sows 300-330 $13.65 Good sows 330-360 $13.63 Good sows 360-400 $13-65 Good sows 400-450 $13.65 Good sows 430-500 113.65 CATTLE MASON CITY--For Tuesday Good steers .and hellers $13.00-14.50 Med. steers and heifers $10.00-11.00 Com. steers and heifers .... $ 7.00- 9.00 Good to choice cow5 ..*..... $9.00-10.00 Med. cows * 8.00- 9.00 Com. cows t 7.00- 7.50 Butcher bulls $10.00-11.00 Bologna bulls, heavy ...... S 8.00- 9.00 Bologna bulls, medium ( 7.00- 8.00 Cutters, heavy * S.50- 7.00 Cutters, light $ 6.00- 6.50 Canners, heavy * 5.00- 6.00 Carmen, light $4.00- 5.00 CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Taeifor Market) Chicago, (ff]-WHEAT-- High Low May Jl.61% S1.59V, July 1.54 1.50% Sept 1.52V, MSft 1.49H Dec. :.... 1.53V1 1.43% 1.49V. CORN-- ... 1.11% l.U'A 1.11% ... 1.10V4 1.10 1.10 ... i.oa 1.07% Close $1.60 l-50-.i May July ... Sept. ... Dec. ... OATS-May .., July ... Sept. ... RYE-May ... July ... Sept. ... ply Co. Farm Products Co. . . . . . . Farm Service Co Farrar ~Rinehart, Inc. Favor-Ruhl Co '.. First National Bank Fisher Typewriter Co. .., Follett Publishing Co. Frankel Carbon Ribbon Co. Funk 'Wagnalls Co. ... 3.00 3.70 9.55 106.40 3.78 2.66 73.19 15.61 4.46 49.90 19.61 104.35 5.05 9.69' 37.00 2.12 - 2.07 387.45 9.50 17.03 Speech I 3.00 National Recreation Assn. 22.92 National Safety Council . .50 National Wildlife Federation :..Â·.. 9.00 Nelson Sons, Thomas .'. 1.97 Niagara Alkali Co. ...... 16.00 Nielson, Alfred .'.. 15.00 North American Fiber Prod. Co 191.25 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co. 326.90 Northwestern Distributing Co 11.61 Nystrom Co., A. J '-.. 336.61 Oxford B9ok Co. .- 64,13 Oxford University Press . 5.83 Page Co., L. C 26.90 Pauley Co., Ray, E 47.26 Paxton Lumber Co., Frank 73.05 Payne Plumbing Heating Co. .. 68.93 27.00 2.32 49.18 81.70 5.42 3.32 .51% . .58?!, 1.I2H . 1.09 Â·1.0514 .66 .60V, .57 May July 1.10'i l.OiSi. 1.10 I.OM4 I.03U 1.02 Vi 1.0914 1.04 r. Hides ond Wool Calves, gd. to choice 140-190 Â«I1.00-12.00 Quotations InrnUtin) by Wolf Brei, loc, SOS Fifth Street 8Â»thwut Bull hides Tc From 15 Ibi up -- lOc From 15 Ibs. down lie HorsehJdes (8.00 Garden City Edu. Co. Garden City Pub. Co. ... 1 Gardner Furnace Co I Gaylord Bros., Inc. ' ' ]GenaÂ»al Biology Supply I House 17.36 Gerard, Earl 4.50 Ginn Co .....:... 182.08 Gregg Pub; Co..-...:..... 29.89 Grippen Co., D. W. 35bi.28 Grupp Food Market 38.75 Hall McCreary Co. ... 2.46 Harcourt Brace Co. ... 51.88 Harper Bros. ...'...'. 9.57 Harrer, Ins .'...; 101.08 Harvard Univ. Press 29.39 Hawkeye School Supply Co. 135.97 Hawkins, L. T. was 1 cent to $1.09%. lower, May TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY flCTIQB! IQSBIICEH. **SKF Allison--Mrs. John Bell and son, Thomas of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Harry H. Codner, Jr^ and Steven. Fancy, select calves $12.00-13.00 LET'S BOWL OPEN EVERY DAY AT NOON Lytle's Bowling Center 20V4 EAST STATE Calves, gd. to choice 130-190 111.00-12.00 Calves, (air to good. 130-190 I 9.00-10.00 Calves, common to fair S 7.50- 8.50 Calves, cuU Â» 4.00 d'wn SHEEP HIASON CITY--For Tuesday Genuine sp. lambs, go. to ch. 913.50-1 Genuine sp. lambs, med. to gd. Â£11.00-12^0 Culi lambs S 8.00 d'wn Fed ewes, good to choice .. 3 4.25- 4.7S Common ewes % l.oo- 2.00 Buck* t .75- 1.50 EGAINOT1CE Payne Wall Paper Paint Co Peck, Ira . .^ Peoples Gas Elec; Co. Peterson Roofing Co. ... Petty Cash. Account Ffaff Baking Co Phillips Petroleum Corp. . Pictorial Mathematics ... Pitman Pub. Corp. Platform News Pub. Co. . Prentice-Hall, Inc Pritchard Motor Co Quarrie Corp. . .. . / Raizes Dept. Store,'Sam . Rankin Bros. Readers Digest .' Reed Music Co., Les 1.38 54.89 7.50 3,401.58 1,685.00 229.42 138.94 5.68 3.47 1.67 6.39 2.50 . 53.68 376.85 18.47 16.02 3.00 125.22 ' 2.40 W. R. F R A N K Presents ALD WOODS CIAUD1A D R A K E WA R N E R PAUL A N D O R ' H MORGAN " RYL WALLACE A MONOGRAM RELEASE FOR GOOD FISH come to THE SODA GRILL NOW ENDS WED. Town NOW SHOWING A L F R E D Z E I S L E R ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Â· DIRECTED BY FRED W, K A N E ORIGINAL STORY and SCREEN PLAY By ALFRED ZEISLER and HERBERT 0. PHILLIPS AND FOR A COMPARISON CO-HIT YOU SEE AMERICA'S YOUTH Yii'rltnt will ifti: ti tkii IBJSIli [ictsie! STOCKS PURSUE UPWARD TREND Many Issues Unable to Recover Prices New York, (IF)--The stock market continued its selective recovery Tuesday although buying was unimpressive and m a n y issues were unable to emerge from the minus column. A few rails and industrials were in Irbnt near the close although top prices were well reduced in numerous cases. Transfers for ; the full proceedings were around 1,200,000 shares. Southern - Railway jumped point or so when the common was placed on a 'regular dividened basis. Resistent were Pennsylvania, Kennecott, General Motors Goodrich, Johns-Manville, Texas Co., and Montgomery Ward. Laggards included N. Y. Central, G r e a t Northern, Bethlehem, Chrysler, Emerson Electric, International Harvester and General Electric. Over subscription of a special 42,000 share offering of Twentieth Century-Fox aided sentiment. Bonds improved in spots. Produce MASON CITY--For Tuesday (Cash quotations-Oy E. G. Morse) Eggs, current receipts 30c Springs, heavy breeds - 23c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens 20c Hens, under 4 Ibs. ...17c Cocks All No. 2 poultry, 3c less Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail .. ..!.. 45c Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c Butter, Corn Country : 48c Butter, Brookficld 491: of BOARD OP DIRECTORS of the INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MASON CITY, IOWA For Quarter Ending December 31, 1944 SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO FINANCE October 23, 1944 Authorized purchase of equipment for mechanics program at High School Vocational Shops, in amount of $2,881.00. A'.. p arded contract for installation of cyclorama :..id rigging 1 for. High School state at $805.00. H November 27, 1914 Approved contract for acoustical treatment, Monroi? School jymnasium and auditorium, to R. ?. Hansen at $l,660.0(j. December 18, 1944 Awarded contract for root replacement at Roosevelt Elemen- :ary school to Mid-V/est Roofing Company in amount of $3,424.00, as recommended by Professor Kimball of Iowa State College. 6.37 Heath fc'Co., D. C 110.37 Heeb, Mrs. L. J 23.22 Heimendinger T r a n s f e r Lane Hendrickson Stamp Works Hermanson Bros. ........ 398.65 Holt Co., Henry 5.5.97 Horn Co., A. C 54.00 Hoiighton, Mifflin Co. ... 186.97 Howard Hunt Pen Co. ... 20.CO Hygeia Â· 4 - co Hutchinson Ice Cream Co. 355.16 Independent Baking Co. . 10.23 Inter American, The 3.00 Intern. Com. of Y. M. C. A. 5.41 Ind. Chemical Labs., Ltd. 64.26 Iowa Band Instrument Service Â· 17 'o2 Iowa Company, The 323.26 Iowa Hdwe. Mutual Ins. Co 41.89 Iowa Machinery Supply 7.95 6.00: 32.62 7.56 18.32 Rider, Pub., Inc., John F. Rock Island Motor Transit Co. . Hoth Associate, Charles B. : Row Peterson Co Rowe Co., H. M. Sanborn Co., Benj. H. . Schanke, A. M., Postmaster 108.84 Schmidtrnan, Co 253.56 School Public Relations Assn 3.00 School Review, The . . . . , 2.50 Science Research Associates 2.73 Scott, Foresman Co. ...1,896.80 Schribner. Charles Schuler, Sarah Sears Roebuck Co. . Senior Scholastic Shepherd, Ralph S. .. Sieg-Mason City Co. .. Silver Burdette Co. Singer Co., L. W. kelly Oil Co. Co. 163.27 Iowa Pupils Reading Circle 220.90 Iowa State Brand Creameries 20.15 Iowa State College . . . 6.24 Iowa State Teachers Assn. 4.61 Iowa Supply Co 9-44 rons, R. B. 126-60 roquois Pub. Co. 63.61 ackson, Mildred 30.00 acobs, Forest 129.62 acobsen Mfg. Co 1-02 1.74 24.41 8.93 Â·5.20 169.72 215.27 839.14 32.99 fi.15 nyder Co.. C. I 505.40 ohnson Service Co. ost, Alvin J. SUMMARISED FINANCIAL STATEMENT - - For Quarter -Snding : December 31, 1941 On Hand at Close of last Quarter, September 30, 1944 $ 32,452.68 Received during Quarter Ending December 31, 1944 277,748.25 1 Total Balance and Receipts : $280,200.93 And GREY SHADOW Descendant of Strongheart COMPANION FEATURE PLUS LATEST NEWS with Bob Crosby - Lynn Merrick Spent for S a 1 a r ' e s, Quarter Ending December 31, 1944 . . . $131,999.3 S p e n t for non-salary items fo the following list of persons, firms and corporations, including bond and interest payments 56,964.1 8.16 2.00 udy Co. . - 10.26 unior Scholastic 56.7C Kee-Lox Mfg. Co 6.00 Klipto Loose Leaf Co. ... 281.96 Knesel Son, A. W 162.35 Kurtz Co., L. H 89.03 Lafayette Radio Corp. .. 1.78 Larson's Sheet Metal Works 22.34 Lindstrom, Otto 17.25 Lippincott Co., J. B. .... 23.73 Little Brown Co. 6.16 Lloyd-Jones Co., Ralph .. 212.80 Lock, S. W. 1-02 Longman's Green Co 4.9 Loomer, C. L 85.1 Loring Supply Co 7.3 Lyons Carnahan 93.4 Lyons, Launderers ...... 1.8! McCoy Truck Lines 10.9 McGraw Hill Book Co. .. 27.2 McKinley Nursery School 400.0 McMaster Carr Supply Co. 43.5 MacMillan Co 117.08 Major, H. B. 44.40 Manual Arts Press 16.31 outhern Cotton Mills outhwestern Publishing Co tandar" Mfg. Sales Corp , tandard Oil Co Stoddard Stone Products Stoyles Press Strong-Scott Mfg. Co. . Stubbs, Glenn C. . . . . . iupt. of Documents ... Survey Associates, Inc. Sweetheart Bread Bakery Thomas Machine Co. .. . rhompson.O'Neil Co Treasurer State of Iowa . Twin City Scenic Co. . . : . Jnited Insurance Agency University of Chicago .. . University of C h i c a g o Press . . . ' . . . ' . . . Â· LTniversity of Minnesota . Vance Music Co; VanNostrand Co.. D. ... Warren Webster Co. .. Webster Pub. Co '. Welch Mfg. Co., W. M. West Disinfecting Co. . .. Western Grocer Co. Western Union Telegraph Co. Westminister Press Whitney, Ronald L. Wilcox Follett Co Wiley . Sons, John Wilson Co., H. W. Winston Co., John C Witwer Grocer Co Wolf Sons. Mier $188963.56 Balance on Hand at Close of Quarter nd- ing December 31, 1944 91,237.37 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (InesdaT Market) Cblciio. H 1 )--(W. T. A.)-- Officially estimated salable livestock' receipts _for Wednesday: ~ sheep 7.000. T o t a l Expenditures and Balance $280,200.93 PAYMENTS AlADE TO PERSONS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS Other than Salaries fjr Quarter Ending December 31, 1944 Marshall Piggly Wiggly . 198.53 Marshall Swift, Inc. .. 72.37 Mason City Builders Supply Co 22.64 Mason City Globe-Gazette 21.55 Mason City Loan Inv. Co -. 122.36 Mason City Millwork Co. . 147.32 Hogs 15.000; cattle 12,000; CHICAGO POULTRY Tncjiir Market) Chlcato, W-- IW. F. A.I--Live poultry linn. Receipts 7 trucks, no cars. Prices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Tuesday Market) Chiciro. (J--Butler. Â£irm. Receipts 242.230; market unchanged. Eggs, receipts 12.876..Top steady. Balance firm. Market unchanged. NEW YORK PRODUCE (Tuesday Market) New Tork. (Â£} -- Eggs 23.080. Firm. Current general wholesale prices follow: Mixed colors: Extras No. 1 to No. 4. 45 Ibs. and over 4l,5343.Bc: medium 40 to STRAND Only Tonight (Tues.) and Wed. Left for You to See ... with MHNrS C/XHH-W. C ROM WOOrt HOMAN * W HB MND 01 CJUOWtT AND H5 UW AND THE SECOND BIG HIT A MM. Â· 0 nMNMI... Wfl 0 Sinister Secret. 1 Franctiot TONE. Veronica LAKE Tfc HOUR Before TlwDAWN" Coming--"A WING AND A PRAYER" . 44 Ibs. 40.8c: -sta ,5343 naar . d No. 1 to No. 4. . . . 5 IDS and over 39.8ft40.3c: current receipts 39.Sc; dirties. 43 Ibs. 38.5e; checks 3Sc. Butter 492,115. Firm, at ceiling. Prices unchanged Cheese 263.761. Nominal. No quotations. CHICAGO POTATOES (TDes.day Market) Chicago, W--(W- F. A,)--Potatoes: Arrivals 71. on track 163. total U. S. shipments 637: old stock, offerings very light, demand exceeds available offerings local track market; market very firm at celling: Colorado Red McCIures. .U. S. No. 1. 53.42; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No. 1. S3.44: Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No. 1. 53.10; commercial. S3.01: Cobblers, commercial, $1.91: Michigan Chlppcwas. U. S. No. 1. S3.23; Wisconsin Chippcwas. U. S. No. I, S3.04. Allied Radio Corp Allison Coal Feed .Co. Allyn Bacon American Assn. School Admins American Book Co American Crayon Co. . . . American Edu. P r e s s , Inc. American Medical Assn. American Red Cross, Inc. American Sporting Goods Co. Appleton-Century Co , D. Asia Barrett Bros. Barry Co., M. J Bennett-Bailey Lbr. Co... Bex Insurance Co. .... Birchard Co., C. C. .. Boomhower Hdw. Co. .. Botanic Pub. Co., The .. Bowker Co., R. S. ........ Boyd Typewriter Co. ... Boyer Grocery Bracken Ins. Agency ... Bradley Co., Milton Brodhei.d Garrett C o . . . . Bureau of Edu. Research, SUI Bureau of Visual Inoti .. 1.05 597.80 193.56 5.00 "Â·489.91 35.56 Mason City Motor Coach Co. Mason City Tent Awning Co. Mason City Waterworks Mead Wheeler Co. ... Medart Mfg. Co., Fred .. Merkel Co. 554.50 2.95 303^75 10.87 160.00 4.08 5.27 Meuhe, A. E 85-12 Midwest Debate Bureau . 9.44 Moore Lumber Co., L. A. 221.11 Morrow Co., William .. 6.99 Museum of Science Industry 87 Natl. Assn. of Teachers of Metropolitan Supply Co. 14.40 104.97 5/75 98.74 49.44 19.08 7.09' 13.54 4.40 3.00: 67.07; I 17.25 48.89 . 33.11 811.42 5.32 2.50 6.88 : 1.12 1!3.48 17.95 28:03 468.57 8.50 45.00 133.24 : 12.07 .79 2.16 105.32 44.52 28.00 108.93 26.84 77.52 .39 World Book Co. 195.21 Yelland Hanes 317.97 Yellow Cab Co 198.70 Youngblood. J. B 148.96 ack Bros. Eec. Co 71.03 STATE OF IOWA, County oÂ£ Cerro Gordo, ss. I, Cecile W. Martin, Assistant Secretary of the Independent School District of Mason City, Iowa, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct summary of the proceedings of the Board, and oÂ£ the warrants issued to persons, firms and corporations exclusive of salaries, to the best oÂ£ my knowledge and belief. CECILE W. MARTINA Assistant Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of January, 1945. ROY B. JOHNSON, Notary Public. Woolworth Co., F. W. Report Ventura Yank on Sunken Transport \ Ventura -- Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Mestad received a letter from the war department informing them that the ship, a British transport which their son, Carl, was on, was sunk 10 miles off the coast of Corsica Dec. 31, 1943, and that he was not listed among the survivors. Carl was reported missing a year ago and this was the first definite information the Mestads had received. The message did not list Carl as officially dead. By GENE AHERN BOARD AND ROOM f ONE WORD LED TO ^ AN'I SAYS, FOLLOW ANOTHER, AND HE W ME. PODNtR, UNTIL SAID HE'D BEND UP ** I CHANGE INTO MY- fAY NOSE PERMANENT WORK. CLOTHES, 5O I'D DRQW IF L THEN I'LL STRETCH EVER. TOOK A U AN' STRIPE YOUR. SHOWER BATH/ _/( TONGUE,SO IT CAN HAt*3 DOWN FORA NECKTIE.' V/ELL, HE FOLLOWED YOU,--AND MY VADRD, WHAT A RUFFIAN/ START tO IN A TAVERN CRYPTCXIUOTE--A cryptogram quotation S E B T K T TJ N F i V H V G R U N L H B N 56.12 2.00 37.31 20.63 4.75 36.7 Carnes Oil Co. Central Auto Electric Co. Central Scientific Co. ... Certified Supply Co Champion Publishing Co. Chicago Apparatus Co. . . C. N. W. Ry. Co City of Mason City Civic Education Service . Compton Â· Co., F. E. Cons. Textile Industries . Crescent Elec. Supply Co. Currie Van-Ness Co Damon's, Inc. Davey Son, Hugh Day Co., John Decker Bros 381.99 Decker Sons, Jacob E. Dept. Elem. School Prins. Determan Elec. Co., H. C. DeWilde Auto Repair . . Diamond Point Saw Shop I Dictaphune Sales Corp. .. J K V W G P G E F S G R R H B T M A H H E -- O H L V C H V . Yestertoy's Cryptoqoote: GOD GIVES TIS LOVE. SOMETHING TO LOVE HE LENDS US--TENNYSON.