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FOURTEEN BUTLER WOMEN MEET IN GREENE 119 Present at Federation , Meeting; 12 Towns Represented. GREENE, May 4.--One hundred .nineteen persons registered at the Butler county meeting of federated Women's clubs held at the Presby- .lerian church at Greene Thursday. Twelve towns were'represented, Allison, Clarksville, Parkersburg,, Dumont a=d Greene of Butler county. Other towns were Cedar Falls, Cresco, Marshalltown, Iowa Falls and visitors, Mrs. S. K. Knight, Cleveland, Ohio., and Miss Margaret Perrin Ilgenfritz of Menominee, Wis. The next Butler county meeting will be held at Parkersburg and the district meeting will be held at Grundy Center, Oct. 23-24. Mrs. R. A. Santee, Cedar Falls, district director, said aims of the federation are intellectual, social and moral benefits; the "goal, one ' new federated club to each county in the third district, and that one of tue most important features was organizing a junior club in'each town, Allison has the first one in Butler county with Mrs. Elizabeth Emmerson, who was introduced by Mrs. F. J. Gletty of Parkersburg, chairman of committee of education. Mrs. Whltlatch of Allison talked on motion pictures and their influence on the young people of the country At the close of the afternoon session tea was served by the Embroidery, Chat-a-While, Apollo, F, C., and Clover clubs of Greene, by Mrs. W H Buchholz, Mrs.E. G. Von Eman Mrs. A. B. Mahnke, Mrs. Clyd Lockwood, Mrs. Roy Pooley. Mrs. T J Wagoner and Mrs. Melvina Dev ereaux. Mrs. J. M. Wilson of Greene is president of the Butler county federation and Mrs. W. T. Davidson Allison, secretary. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 4 ·§ 1934 Staebler, 60, Dies at Charles City Suddenly CHARLES CITY, May. 4.--S. 1) Staebler, 60, died suddenly from heart disease yesterday in the field after he had stopped plowing corn Jacob Snyder, a neighbor, plowed two rounds after Staebler complained about feeling ill and then discovered Staebler had died. England might get rid of thai embarrassing treasury surplus by ·sending over more than a token pay' ment to Uncle Sam.-- St. Louis Post-Dispatch. LEGAL NOTICE "KOUCE OF AEPOINIMENI OP ' : ADMINISIBAIOB ' No. 4510 STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, t'.iat th undersigned has been duly appointed an qualified as Administrator of the estate o Emma G. Abel, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to sal estate are requested to make Immediat payment; and those having claims agains the same will present them, duly authent: cated, to the undersigned for allowance and file Jn the office of the Clerk of th District Court. WM. ABEL. W. A. Westfall. Attorney. Dated April 25th. 1934. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Riles. Deputy. PRESSBOX HOGS ABOUT STEADY WITH TOP OFF 10 CENTS (Continued iroro Sports I'ajc) get exercise and recreation al a mall expense." « * * In Iowa City, softball players will ontinue to play the game that has een popular for several summers. Mine players will compose a team, 0 foot baselines and 37 foot pitching distances will be used, as well as the 12 inch, concealed-stitch ball, and the players will be allowed to bunt. No lead is given on bases, and, coring is permitted only on hits or Jays. University of Iowa ball play- ;rs attending summer sessions are ound in nearly every contest play- id there. * * * Davenport officials had planned a .2 team league this season, but the fame has reached such heights of jopularity that a 16 team league vill be a necessity. "The requests _jave come in for additional teams," says Hugo Kohn, league secretary. 'Being that we feel our league is a civic proposition, we are wiljing to expand. * * « Martin county, Minnesota, is the home of a hustling six team league, with Fairmont, a good basebal: ;own, one of the main centers. As well as a league baseball team anc eague softball team, there are eight city league softball outfits in action in Fairmont. · * * * Sunday softbal), played under a regular schedule, is the plan of th Southern Minnesota D-Ball league and the loop will probably includi Faribault, Austin, Owatonna, Man kato and Rochester. Northfield am LaSalle may also be represent*:! Flay will begin within a week o so. * * '·· E. Glen Strobridge, who coachei West of Waterloo to the final con test, of the Iowa state basketbal tournament at Cedar Falls, wher the Old Rose lost to Sioux City 1 to 18, will manage softball in Wa terloo this year. * * * "With strobridge directing activ ity for the Kittenball council an acting in the best interests of play era.and fans alike, kittenball, thi year promises to be even more sue cessful than it was in its inaugura season under the lights," writes E Moore, Jr., in the Waterloo "Cour Looks like a great season everybody, doesn't it? fo Austin Packers Plan Sunday Contest With Charles City Hitters CHARLES CITY, May -4.-Sunday the Charles 'City- Bion meet the Austin Packers of Austin Minn.," on the Lions' diamond i Charles City. In four games las year the two teams split even. It is reported that the Packer have signed Arnie Numelin of Coul ter, who last year -won 14 and los 4 games for the Lions. May 13 the Lions play the Texas Black Spiders, May 20 Boh Has brook's Grundy Center Collegian and on May SO again meet the Wa terloo Cardinals. AH the games wil be played on Lion field at Charl City. WHEAT MARKET JUMPS 2 GENTS Grains Reflect Belief That Rains Were Inadequate for Crop Needs. CHICAGO, May 4. OB--Wheat market jumps of more than 2 cents a bushel today'reflected belief that mositure help for crops was inade- [uate, and that drought damages were again acute. In particular, spring wheat states and Nebraska received only scant irecipitations. Furthermore, the of- icial forecast pointed to rainless skies ahead for the northwest. Wheat closed unsettled, l^i (8)1=4 cents above yesterday's finish; May, MASON CITY, May 4.-Cash Quotations by IS. (i. Morse ggs (current receipts) He Icavy hens, 4'/a Ibs. and over ..lOc .light hens prings (heavy breeds) prings (Leghorn breeds)... tags Old coclis (heavy) Merchants Quotation* s, cash Eggs, in trade ... ;utter, Plymouth ... lutter, Clear Lake .. iutter, State Brand Butter, Very Best ... Butter, Dairy Maid . Butter, Brookfield .. Potatoes, peck %c; July, 77%®78c: corn. %c up; May, 46c; July. 4854 @M:C; oats, 1 /- : @l%c advanced and provisions varying from 2 cents de- dine to an equal gain. 'CHICAGO CASH GBAIN. CHICAGO. May 4. UV- Wheat: No sales. Corn: No. 2 mixed 47fcc; No. 2 yellow ISiic: No. 2 yellow old 4S«c; No. 3 yellow 48c- No. 4 , yellow 47(R47-"ic. OaU- No. 2 -white 32',4ffi33',c; No. white 315i@32»ic; No. 4 white 30c. No rye. Barley: 42©SOc. Timothy seed: S6.255t6.50 r.wt. Clover seed: SB.50SJ12.75 twl. Lard.. Uerces, $5.70; loose lard 55.75; be lies S7.75. MasonCityGrain MASON CITY, May 4.-Barley 30-45i No. 2 yellow old shelled corn . .34' No. 3 yellow new shelled corn .33' No. 3 yellow ear corn White oats. No. 3. 30 lt9,, or better .31' ..22 WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS- May July Sept RYE-- July ...''.. Sept. BARLEY-May July Sept LARD-May July Sept BELLIES-May July FRIDAY GKAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO. May i. i High 79?. 78% 30 'i -.30'.* Clos .70? .'I: .47=; .49'., .2914 .20 U .35 'i .55=1 5.S2 6.05 .55' -56 '·! 5.67 5.S2 6.05 7.55 7.77 r · · FRIDAY GBAIN'OWEN. CHICAGO, May 4. W-WHEAT- QI)M ctee Cloje Today Yesterday Yr. May '""* 78: -« July 7 6U -76U Sept "7'.j ·''* CORN-May 45U -"'i July 175. .47-; Sept "'.i ·«'' July sept BARLEY-May 2 9 i -29'i KOT10E OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECCTWX STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss.- No. 4495. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that '.r undersigned has been duly appointed an duallfled as Executrix of the estate u · A. M. Qulnn, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said estate arc 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 clerlt of the District Court . . ELLEN SMITH W. A.. Westfall, Attorney. Bated April ISth, 1934. . S. H. JlacPeak. Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. XOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF ISCOKPORATIOX OF CHAPMAN FCBNITCBE COMPANY. To HTiom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that at the regular meeting of ths stockholders of CHAPMAN FURNITURE COMPANY, a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Iowa, held, pursuant- to the articles of incorporation, at the place of business of said corporation in the city of Mason City, Iowa, on the 13Ul day of February, 1S34, at which the requisite majority of the stock of said corporation was represented, the following amendment was adopted by unanimous vote: Amendment. Section 1 of Article VI of the articles ot incorporation of CHAPMAN FTJRr NITURE COMPANY (formerly Chap" man Brothers' Furniture Company) is hereby stricken from said articles of incorporation, and Section 2 shall be made Section 1 and Section 3 shall be made Section 2. "W. L CHAPMAN. Secretary. Dakota Relays Will Attract Entries of- North Iowa Schools SIOUX FALLS, S. Dak., May 4. )_With an entry list of 49 col- ges and high schools, the smallest uroher in years, the annual Dako- a relays was scheduled to open two ays of competition here this after- oon. Athletes from four states-- ebraska, Minnesota, Iowa and 'orth .Dakota--will compete. Eleven finals and four trials were chefluled for today with 13 finals arded for tomorrow afternoon. The ornpetitors come from 18 colleges, 1 class A high schools and 20 class high schools, the latter division howing a sharp decline from the umber entered in previous years. iORTH IOWA SCHOOLS 'LAN TO RUN EVENTS. In the entry list, Estherville ju- ior college has been included in he collegiate section and Luverne igh school in the class B section or prep tracksters. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OP IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. «98. NOTICE IS HERBBI GIVEN, that th undersigned has been duly appointed an qualified as Executor of the estate of Wil liam T. McFarlane, deceased, late of Cerr Gordo County. AH persons indebted to sai estate are requested to make immediat payment; and those having cjalms agains the same will present them, duly authenu cated to the undersigned for allowance, an file In the olficc o£ the Clerk ol the Dlstric WILLIAM McFARLANE. Smith Feeney, Attorneys. Dated May 3rd. 1934. S H MacPeak. Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. JNO. F. CLARK CO. Chlcaio - Nen Toik - New Orleans 315 I. O. F. Bid*. Phones 815-846 4. K. HENUBH3RSON, Branch Msr. .MEMBERS New Vorl! Stock New York Coffee i Sucar EMhang* New York Prodnco Eictenge New York Cnrb Eicluuise (Associate) New York Mercantile Exehance New York Cotton ElcJianse Chicago Stock EJehange Chicago Board of Trade Chicago Curb Eichanne Ass'n. Chicago Blercanltle Eschanse Commodity Exchange. Inc. Sew Oricam Cation Eiclmnsn leavers Open Card With 12 to 5 Game; Estherville Loses STORM LAKE, 'May 4.--Th Suena Vista Beavers opened thei: baseball season, downing Esther ville Junior college, 12 to 5, on thi .ocal diamond. Led by tte Keister twins, whi each collected four hits, and aidei by nine Estherville errors, .th Caseymen walked to an easy victor behind the clever pitching of Larse and W. Keister. W. Keister allowe two hits and struck out 11 batter, seven of them in succession, whil Larson allowed three hits an whiffed, six opponents. Diem, the losing hurler, pitche a smooth game, getting 11 strikeouts and allowing nine hits, but errors by his teammates were costly. Bergerson clouted a homerun for the losers in the eighth inning with a man on base to furnish the feature of the afternoon. ept. .... ARD-ay ily .... ipt ELLIES- ay -- uly .... 5.70 S.S.I 6.07 .25.. -26 S.72 5.87 6.00 6.4S 6.30 Produce 6c .lOc ..6c ..6c . 5c ll-13c» 13-15C* 30c 28c 30c 29c 2Sc 28c 30c ^EDITOR'S NQTE -- These representative quotations were obtained y calling several downtown grocery tores. CHICAGO TOULTRV CHICAGO, May 4. t-7'l-- Poultry. live. , . rucks ; hens steady, chickens firm ; liens v c r ' 5 Ibs. 14c. 5 Ibs. and under ISVjc; Leghorn hens 13c; Rock fryers 25%C?2G'X:C. olored 2-1 ,ic; Jtock springs 25%2S^c, , olored 21%c; Rock broilers 24ll525c, colocM 2Cc. Lfichorn 21c, barebacks 19c; roosters 8c: turkeys ll@15c: spring ducks ISS'lSc, ld ducks ll©l2c; geese Sc. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, May 4. LT 1 )-- Butter. 9.550. easy ; creamery -- specials (93 score) 24 ',i (·£ 24»ic: extras (92) 23*Tc; extra firsts (0091} 23VL©23^c; firsts (88-89) 22V=Si 23c; seconds (86-87) 22c: standards (SO centralized carlots) 23}ic. Epgs, 35,72-1, steady: extra firsts cars iG^c, local 15 vie; fresh graded firsts cars 16c f locp.1 15c; current receipts PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, May 4- (/Pt-- Ege futures closed: Storage packed firsts May 17 lie; refrigerator standards October IS vie. Butter futures closed: Storage standards November 24 Uc; fresh standards June 22 %c. No potato futures, RECEIPTS LESS THAN EXPECTED Packers Get 9,000 Direct of Total 15,000 Run; Delay Bidding. C H I C A G O , May 4. UP)--Hog prices ruled about steady today, although the top paid was 10 cents lower, resting at $3.85. Most medium weight swine, however, sold at the top to 10 cents lower while heavier hogs brought prices as low as S3.50. Packers had 9,000 of the total run of 15,000 direct and were not rushing bidding at the early stage. R-eceipts were below the estimated and also were short of offerings a week ago and a year ago. Outside markets were generally slow to 5 to 10 cents higher on asking prices. The cattle market also ruled slow. There was no reliable outlet for inbetween grade yearlings and light steers and no heavy steers were offered. The early top for medium weight animals was ?7.60, and a comparison between the week's peak top of S9.50 for heavy beeves and today's slow market was not possible. Receipts were only 1,500. Sheep were active with opening sales and indications for fat lambs 15 to 25 cents higher. The market in general was steady with receipts of 9,000 falling short of the estimate but equalling the incoming of a week ago. Hog Markets Hog prices at midwest markets Friday: \YA1-KKLOO-- Prime hofc-3 180 to 260 Ibs. S290@3.20: 200 to 300 Ibs. S2.80S'3-10; 300 to 325 Ibs. S2.70ffl3; 325 to 350 Ibs. S2.GOIJ2.90; good packers 52.358:2.55. CEDAR IIAI'IUS--nogs and corn un- ''oTTl/jnVA--All grades 10c lower; 140 to 160 Ibs 51.80- 160 '.'j ISO Ibs. 52.80: 180 to 20U Ibs. S3.20; 200 to 240 Ibs. 53.20; 240 to 260 Ibs. 53.15; 260 to 280 Ibs. 53.05: 280 to 310 Ibs. 52.95; 310 to 350 Ibs. 52.80; over 350 Ibs S2.405i2.70: packers under 350 Ibs. S2.25ff2.55; packers 350 to 450 Ibs. 52.15«{ 2.45: packers over 300 Ibs. S1.95®2.25: thin packers and pigs priced at killing values. BBS MOINES--5c to lOc lower: 120 to 160-Ibs. S1.85®2,60; 100 to 300 Ibs. 52.60(1) 2.90; 300 to 400 Ibs. S2.60U2.80; good packers S2.10ft2.50. TONE STEADY IN CLOSING STOCKS Market Quickly Tapers Off After Moderate Rally in First Hour. NEW YORK, May 4. (;?)--The stock market quietly tapered off following a moderate rally in the first hour today. Selling developed in some of the utilities. Firmness predominated in silver shares. The late ... v tone was steady. Spiegel-May-Stern AUSTIN--choice light HeMs, 140 to 1GO and U S Smelting were up 3 or Ib... 52.45;'choice HsW». "O '» WO Ib'.. · A m . r l M n fiiirnr Refin. S2.80; choice medium. ISO to 200 IDS.. $.1.11); 200 to 250 Ibs S3.20: choice heavy butcher, 50 to 290 IKs., S3.05: 290 to 350 Ibs. $2.90: ISO Ibs. and up $2.70: choice packers. 27o 3SO !·. 350 Ibs. J2.S5: 350 525 to 500 Ibs. and up S2.40. 125 Ibs. $2.50; fO.MBI.NKI HOG RECEIPTS. DES M01NES. Way 4. ment of agriculture- U. S. depart- Combined hop receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packinp plants located In interior Iowa and .southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 27,300 compared with 2S.900 a week ago and 33.600 a year apo. Steady to lOc, mostly steady . to 5c. lower than early Thursday; undertone weak. loadlnf for Friday to continue comparatively liberal. Quotations: Good and choice, light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. S2.50Sf3.10; light weights 300 to ISO Ibs. S2.75B3.35: 180 to 200 Ibs. ?3.05fi3.45; medium welehts 200 to 220 Ibs. S305S3.45; 220 to 250 Ibs. S3.05St3.45; heavy weight* 250 to 290 Ibs. 52.00fi3.45; 290 to 350 Ibs. S2.70fi3.30: good packing sows 275 to 300 lt». $2. 50C 2.80; 3uO to 425 Ibs. S2.40SI-2.70: 425 to 550 Ibs. S2.255i2.60. more points. American Sugar Refin. ing, American Smelting, Clirjsler and Santa Fe showed gains of, a point or more. American Telephone lost more than a point. Case and Consolidated Gas were easy. Transfers approximated 800,000 shares. The stock market enjoyed a quiet rally in the first hour, but agile and still doubtful traders were quick to cash in small profits and prices generally tapered in a resumption of extremely dull business. Various rails, steels, motors metals, alcohols and aircrafts came back for gains of fractions to a point or more. Commodities turned in a much better performance than usual Wheat got up a cent or more a bushel and the other cereals firmed NEW YORK 1*RODUCB NEW YORK. Way -1. (A*)-- Butter. 9.570, steady; creamery-- -firsts (89-91 scores) 24 @24 : y.c; centralized (90 score) 24^=c: other grades unchanged; extra (92 score) 25c. Cheese, 88,725, firm; prices unchanged. Eggs, 18442. steady; mixed colors, dirties No. 1, 42 Jbs., 15Vi@35%c; other 'mixerl colors unchanged. NEW YORK 1'OL'LTUY. NEW YORK. May 4. I.T* -- Dressed poultry Irregular. Old roosters, frozen 9®'12c; other grades unchanged. Live poultry weak. Broilers, express unquoted; fowls, freight IGfrlSc: turkeys. freight 11^(170; express 13S20c; other freight and express unchanged. KANSAS C1TV PJIO»L'CE. ICA.NSAS CITY. May 4. tvpj-- Eggs J3Vic. Other produce unchanged. HIDES, WOOL Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 808 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES Horsehides 51.75 Cured beet hides .6'Ac Green beef hides ..-.. .....-·. -5c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 21c Ib. Semibright 19c Ib. Rejects 15c Ib. ' \VOOI. MARKET. BOSTON*. May 4. L-P;--U. S. department of agriculture-Sales of wool In the Boston market continued very limited. Some efforts to buy. however, indicated quotations remarkably firm considering the comparative inactivity of trade here for the past two months. Few sales resulted as buying limits were generally under asking prices. Good French combing 64s and finer territory wools in original bags v.-ere helu mostly at around 82 cents scoured basis. An occasional lot of this kind f wool was available at SO-S1 cents, but he supply offered in this range was limit- d. OMAHA CHAIN. OMAHA, May 4. LTV-Wheat: Hard 72C. Corn: White No. 2. 47c. Oats: No trading. KANSAS CIIV GRAIN. KANSAS CITS, May 4. (.'Pi--Wlieat: 40 rs: % S 2 U c 'higher. No. 2 dark hard Vc- N'o 3. 71®77c nominal; No. 2 hard yiTZHc nominal: No. 3. 71c; No. 2 red ff75c nominal; No. 3. 7H4S74HC nom- Corn: JS cars: U ® = ; c higher. No. 2 white Sc; No 3. 4SS4S l )ic nominal; No. 2 yel- ow 455J45ic nominal: No. 3. 4«4®4SUc omlnal: No. 2 tmied «SP44%c. nominal; 'o. 3. 4 3 ^ @ 4 4 y c nominal. Oats: No receipts; , ^c higher. No. hite 32§32 : - / iC nominal; No. 3, 31 '2 !i c nominal. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS. Ma; 4. IS 1 ."--Wheat receipts 49 cars compared with 202 a year ICO. Market l"ic higher. CashuNo. 1 northern 81'/«SfS4Wc: No. dark northern 15 protein Sl'.i6S5'.tc: 14 protein 811s®85%c; 13 protein SlWWSSHcj 2 protein 81tt@85Wc; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 protein 81,4383%c; to arrive iHs^SS^c- No. 1-amber durum 51.02^!^ 108=;: No. 2 amber durum $1.01=101.07%; No. 1 red durum 74%@76ilc; July 78c' September 77-% c. Corn: No. 3 yellow 42@43c. Oats: No. 3 -white 27%S28',.e. Market Notes By TICKEK TAPE Miscellaneous POTATO 3IAUKET CHICAGO. May 4. WH-U. S. department of agriculture- Potatoes 67, on track 270; total U. S. shipments 752; olfl stock, steady, supplies rather liberal, demand and trading moderate; sacked per cwt.: Idaho russets U. S. No. 1, SI,40© 1-55: U. S. No. 2, $1.22*4; Washington russets combination grade 132^f?1.30; Colorado McClures burlap baps $1.455 ; J.45: Wisconsin round whites U. S. No. 1, 51.25®!.30; triumphs unclassified N'ew stock weak, supplies liberal, demand and trading rather slow; sacked per cwt.: Louisiana bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1, *2.jU @2,60; Texas size B, small, $2®2.15. MIN*NEAFOLIS FLOUB. MINNEAPOLIS, May 4. (.IV-Flour 20c lower. Carload lots, family patents $6.3!)tf 0.55 a barrel in 9S Ib. cotton sacks. Shipments 30.793. Pure bran S1816.50. Standard middlings 514.50(515. Out of the confusion ot debate about the stock exchange regulation bill in the house and another blast from the Pccora horn, ont faint ray of light appeared for the cause '·: finance and business along the legislativi front. It did not afford the financial com munlty cheer enough to offset the objection able features o£ the other Washington de relopments of the day, but it could not overlooked. The reference is to the statement of Ma jority Leader Byrns that the lower nous v»ould probably accept a rider to the stocl exchange bill revising the securities act o 1033. Representative Byrns did not indi cate voluntary action could be expects from the house but declared that a senate sponsored amendment would probably b accepted. TO GO THROUGH IN PRESENT FORM Action on provisions oc the exchange _bi in the house indicated that the bill is to g through in its present form. Several mino amendments were defeated and an over whelming vote was cast against a propos* that the margin figure be cut to 40 fron 45 per cent. It was inferred that the nous is to retain the provision which estabiishe supervision in the federal trade commissio ff for no other reason than to have "trading stick" when negotiations with th senate are Instituted over differences in th two bills. As to Mr. Pecora's reply to tbe Whitue charge that the former 'released the repo; of broker prolits to encourage support f the legislation being considered, the sena banking committee attorney covered no ne ' ground. His figures on exchange expend I turas for publicity activity appeared to con radict some of the more ambitious, amoun reviously mentioned. The timeliness of h elease oC the sensational alleged carnin; 'f exchange members, he explained as raer y the action of a court attache fulfillin its assignment. ;ORN FAVORED N MARKET Corn is held' in wide favor in the grain rade where the bearish factors in wheat haven't been discounted entirely by the measure of recent recovery and the still pros- ecUve destruction of the grain in certain Dexter Named Deputy. NEW HAMPTON, May 4.--Clark H, Dexter, former Nashua banker, has been appointed deputy sheriff to succeed George C. Richards, who was dismissed by Chickasaw county Sheriff George C- Murray. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, May 4. (.T--Seeds unchanged. XEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK. May 4. (/P)--Raw sugar unchanged; futures unchanged to 1 point higher; refined unchanged. Philadelphia psychologist says life begins at 40. That being the case the fun stops at 39.--Florida Times- Union. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY. May 4.-- IIOG3 Mostly 5 cents higher. Mostly 5 cents lower. cst sorted lights 200-240 $3.20 est medium weight butchers 240-260 S3.20 cst heavy butchers 260-300 53.11,1 cst prime heavy butchers .. 300-325 S2.UO est packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 52.55 cst heavy sows, smooth 350-400 S2.40 est big heavy sows, smooth 450-500 S2.30 ght lights, fair to good. (140, 160. ISO) 52.20, $2.50, S2.70 CATTLE Hoice youiB steers .. g(ll-l.uu(i S4.75-3.5U edlutn to gocxl yearling steers SUO-1,000 5X75-4.50 hoice corn fed steers 1.0UO-1.9IHI S4.50-5.25 ediurn to coot! corn fed steers 1.UOU-1.2UU 53.75-4.50 iw grade steers .. . S2.50-3.no air heifers .......... 600-800 J2.75-3.50 ood heifers 000-SOO SX50-4.00 hoice to prims neliera 600-800 S4.oo-4.50 utcbers cows. lajt to sooci $2.00-2.50 ood to choice cowa loice- to prime cowl ...., nlerlor cannera- air to good cannera .... *od cutter cows .."...;.' ommorj to 'fair bulls .... air to good heavy bulls ood to choice bulls 52.50-2.75 J2.75.3.0U , 75-l.UU Sl.23-1,30 ......n^o-iou ...,..$1.75-2.25 classes: part deck fed woo'cd lambs 59.90: clipped lambs eligible at $8.50 · or better; few common and medium grade clippers S6.50fi)7.-50; few pood grades spring lambg 510.25; fat shorn ewes S3S : 4. Bonds were mixed. dull and soraewha OMAHA LIVESTOCK. - OMAHA. May 4. I.T.'--U. S. department o. r agriculture-HOGS 7.500: rather slow, about steady with Thursdays average: sows strong to 5c higher: better 180 to 280 Ibs. S3.20S3.35: top 53.35: few lots held higher; no action on heavier weights: desirable 140 to 180 Ibs. 52 BOST3.25; feeder pigs mostly $1.75'i"2: plain kinds down to 51: packing sows S2.63 f[2.75: stags Slfi'2.50: average cost Thursday $3.08. weight 253. CATTLE 2.000; calves 200: slaughter steers and she stock slow, steady to weak; bulk of steer run medium to good yearlings and light steers: bulls weak to lOc lower: feeders steady; stockers and feeders scarce: bulk fed steers and yearlings 5.-.50!j7: two loads choice 1647 Ib. weights $8.35: heifers mostly 54.50W5.25: few lots S3.50: beef cows S3Sf4.25: odd head S4.23lJ4.75; cutter grades S25?2.75; medium bulls S2.75C 2 90' tew up to S3: few heavy beef bulls 5325^3.50: weights around 1400 Ibs. up to 54 So: practical top vealers 56. few 56.30. ·SHEEl' 5,500. Including 500 direct and r,00 through: lambs active: clipped lambs strong to IOC higher; fed wooled lambs steady: spring lambs w e a k ; _ o t h e r classes to $11.10: best steady: fed wooled lambs live spring lambs bid up California spring lambs held around trcsh shorn lambs $8.75 ty 8.90; I . shorn ewes eligible up to St.35; shearing lambs up to S9.50. top S9-. Curb Market NEW YORK. May 4. U1V-A firmer under tone appeared tn the curb today. Prices ral lied moderately although volume remaine light. Gains were fairly well distributed amon the market's major divisions. Specialties di best, but utilities and the general run o industrial listings tended toward Improve ment after the persistent decline which ha marked the earlier sessions this week. Parker Rust Frouf. Pan American Air ways, Sherwln Williams and a handful o other more or less volatile issues rose point or two. Swift and company continue to ral'y and fractional gains were noted I American Cjvtnamld "B," Distillers-Sea prams. Electric Bond and Share. America Gas, Cord corporation. Wright Hargreaves Waco Aircraft, Standard Oil of Indiana an Aluminum of America. Montgomery Ward "A" reacted nearly points on an early transaction. Hiram Walker was again lower and National Bond and Share sagged. Stock List SEW VOBK STOCKS NEW YORK. May 4. (A Final Quotations. .Ir fteduct 102% 1 T 4 T 1 Jleghany 3 Johns Manv VI Che Dye 143S Un Cm 99 !4 .m For Pow 8% Vm Pow Lt 7*i \m Smelt Be 40 (Vm Steel Fdrs 19 Mn Sugar 53'.i V T T 112 Mn Tob B 1 71}a Mn Water Wks. 19 \naconda 15% .tchlson '64*i All Ret 2B=i Auburn 41^3 7% IBli 30 5» S3 Is 32 U 41U 17 K 7% 27'i 12 T A 10?; 4% 27'.4 Aviation Corp Ba'dwin Loco B 0 Barnsdall Borg Warn Can Pac Case 24 V, 16 =i 50 H Cerro de Pasco 32-i Chcs t o 46 « Chea Corp 4*-* 3hl kJS I" ;hic Gt W 3?i Chle Gt W pfd . · · C M S F ' ~ '" - - - ,, C M S P P pi »% K K 0 Kennecott Krcsge Kroger Llg 4 My B Loews Loose Wiles Lorillard Maytag McKess t Rob Mid Cont Pet M K * T Mo Pac Mont Ward Morrell Nash Nat Else Nat Cash P.c A ·Natl Dairy Natl Distill Natl Pow Lt 10?, N Y Cent 30 N r N H t H 16 : -i No Amer 17 U No Pac 30', Oliver Farm ·?* Oliver Farm pf 20 Packard 4 '^ Penlck Ford 57 _ Penney 39"* Penn Ai Phillips Pet 18y. proc . Gam Pullman E C A 20'.1 39 ; i 17V/ 161^ 27;« C R I Chrysler Col C E Comwlth Sou Cons Gas Cons Oil ContI Can ContI Ins ContI Mot Corn Prod Curtiss Wright Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow 4 Lt Fox Film A Freeport Tc.t 33 Vi 11% 79% 3251 68% 3.S 90 ii 91% Kcm Rand Rep Stl Key Tob B Roy Dutch Scars Rocb Shell U Skelly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G * K SfOll Cal St Oil N J Stew Warner Stone 4 Web Studcbaker Tex Corp 54 '/i S 3'i 10 W. neciJuit i v ~ ·- -* -"-- - - - . Genl Am Trans 38-ri Tex Cult Sul Gen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Bug Hudson Mtrs III Cent Int Harv Int Nick Can 35 Vi 45 33 =.! 44 lj . 34 M: 32 ·% 33% 35 Si lOH 7% 20 Tli 13 »i 34 3'.; 24Vi 16 Tim Roll Bear Un carb «"· Un Pac 129 Unit Air 22^ United Corp 5V» U S Gypsum 38 ?« U s Indus Alch 49 li TJ s Rubber 21^ U S Steel 46TM Wabash 3^: Warner Pict fil .* West El Mfg 37 Woolworth Wrlglcy Yel Tr ' 64 CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO. May t. I.-T"-Cities Service 2"-t Natl Leather !'·; Dexter Co 5=1 Quaker Oats 111 Gr Lakes Air n i Swift Co 17^ Llbby-McNeil 6H Swift Inn 3-; Midwest utilities -4 ...·.S2.25-2.7S ood to choice calves. 130-190 . .54.50-5.50 edium to good calves. 130-190 ....S3.50-4.50 nferior and common calves ...53.00 down LAMBS holct lambs 70-90 S7.75-a.25 Medium to good lambs ... 70-90 SB.75-7.73 :uck lambs $1 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, May 4. LTI--U. S. department f agriculture-HOGS, 15.000, including 9.000 direct; .arket slow; about steady with Thursday; SO to 250 Ibs. 53.75S3.S5; top 53.85; 260 360 Ibs. S3.50S-3.75; 140 to 170 Ibs. 3.25@3.75: moat pigs $2.50 down: packing ows $2.85(^3.10: light light good and choice 40 to H Ibs. S3.25S : 3.75; light weight KAJ-MS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITS'. ..May 4. (,T--U. S. department of. agriculture-HOGS .3.000-.- 560 direct; slow,, roosi]!' 'steady with Thursday's average; top 5-3.45 en choice 190 to 240 Ibs.: good and choice, 140 to 160 Ibs. 52.75^3.25; 160 to 180 Ibs 53.10(83.40: 180 to 200 Ibs. S3.20rJ3.45; 200 to 220 Ibs. 53.3503.43; 220 to 250 Ibs. 533583.45; 250 to 290 Ibs. S3.30®3.40: ^90 to 330 Ibs. S3.20«3.40; packing sows, °75 to 550 Ibs. S2.50fi3. CATTLTv 700: calves 250: vealers strong: otheV classes generally steady: good 1274 Ib Colorado steers $7.75: steers. Bood and choice. 550 to 800 Ibs. S5.S51-7.50: 900 I" 1100 Ibs. S5.65SS.23; 1100 tn 1300 Ibs. S6.65 ifiS85: 1300 to 1500 Ibs. S7SS.85: common and medium. 550 Ibs. up 54(57: "««"; and choice, 550 to 900 Ins. S4.S.-i» common and medium. 550 to 900 lb». S3'5^4 85: cows. cood. M.65.f?4.25; com. moJTand medium S2.85S3.65: low cutler and cutter S1.85B2.S5: vealers (milk fedl medium to choice S3.50S6.50: cull common s2.501r3.SO; stocker Bond Market NEW YORK. May 4. (.IV-The bond market was a little firmer today but no great amount of trading Interest in corporate issues was stimulated by the early improvement In stocks. Dealings. were light in all departments. U. S; governments were rattier easy against the rising trend of recent sessions. - ' ,. ,_ Lower priced corporation issues, which bad been notably soft since the start of the week, apparently met better support, although gains were small in most cases. In the loans cf Allegheny corporation. Great Northern. Baltimore and Ohio. Milwaukee, Erie. Pennsylvania, Union Pacific and Nickel Plate 'there was a scattering of advances with a maximum limit of half a '"utility and industrial favorites registered INVESTMENT TJltSTS Bid and asked on May 4: Corp Tr Sh 2.01 Corp Tr Sh AA Mod .... 2.25 . Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. 1.95 Corp Ar Accum Ser Mod 2.25 Dividend Sh Nationwide Sec Nationwide Rec Vtc . . . . . . Nor Amer Tr Sh Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income Sh Super Corp Am Tr A .... U S El L * Pow A ...... U S E I L Tow B U S El L Pow B Vtc ... 60 to'200 Ibs. S3.505J3.85; medium weight 00 to 250 Ibs. 53.70SJ3.85; heavy weight 50 to 350 Ibs. 53.50S3.S5; packing sows nedium and good 275 to 530 Ibs. 52.75® i.35: pigs good and choice 100 to 130 Ibs. 2(83.25. CATTLE, 1,500: calves, 800; general market slow: no reliable outlets for Inbetween grade yearlings and light steers: good hcif- 10 cents lower: bulls weak, 10 cents ower; vealers fully steady; some well fin- shed yearlings being taken off market: early top medium weight steers S7.SO: slaughter cattle and vealers, steers good and choice f50 to 900 Ibs. 56SJ7.75; 900 to 1.100 bs S6«J8.75; 1,100 to 1.300 Ibs. S7.50® 950; 1.300 to 1.500 Ibs. S8SJ9.50; common and medium 550 to 1.300 Ibs. S4.50S.7.75; ifiifers good and choice 550 to 750 Ibs. 55.25 @6.50; common and medium $3.50(35.25; cows good S4.25@5.25: common and medium $2.85'4.25; low cutter and cutter 51.75® 3: bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) £3.25Q'3.75; cutter common and medium S3 @3.50; vealers good and choice S5@7; medium S4@5.50: cull and common S35J4; stocker rnd feeder cattle, steers good and choice 500 to 1.050 _lbs. S4.75S6; common and medium S3.50@5. SHEEi*. 9,000: fat lambs active; opening *ales and indications 15 to 23 cents or more higher; woolskins 510010.25; best held higher; clippers held above S9.25: sheep steady; top shorn ewes S4.oO; slaughter nheep and lambs, (quotations on shorn basis), lambs 90 Ibs. down good and choice SS.65@9.25; common and medium $6.25i'* 875: 90 to 98 Ibs. good and choice 58.505? 9^25: ewes 90 to 150 Ibs. good and choice S3.25@4.50: all weights common and medium S2§'3.90. . . . . , steers, good and choice (all and and feeder i-eichts) , S6.25; common and m S2.75JE5. . edium (all weights) about the same degree of improvement with the more active dealings in Chile Copper 5s. Goodyear 5s. Postal Telegraph 5s and Western Union 5s. . . SHEEP 2 500- 2.000 through : trade confined to small 'lots truckcd-in native sheep Sd lambs: sprinc lambs .weak to 15c low- U. S. BOND QL'OTATIOXS. NEW YORK. May 4. (.TS--United States government bonds closed: Liberty 3%s 10-1.31. . Liberty First 4'As 104.11. Liberty Fourth 4' 7 is 10-i.S. Treasury 4 Us 47-52 111.14. Treasury 4a 44-54 107.22. Treasury 3Tts 40-43 June 103.27. Treasury 3«s 46-49 101.18. Treasury 3s 51-55 100.6. S8.23rirs.80: year- ibs 5 °down 'ssTso'riTS.Vo; common and medium 90 Ibs. down S7.50-nS.30: good and Siofce (W 90 to 98 Ibs li Ibs 150 Ibs. 53.50.fS4.50. ( X )-_Quotations cased on ewei el " S (Note: Spring lamrjs excepted, sheep, duo. tations on shorn basis). -nOlCe l ^ ' ^" *TM ·"* "-- nn \ 1 - l n ing wethers, medium to choice. 90 to 110 ibs. S6.7S«S: «ve_s. good and choice. 90 to and weth- shcep 4,000. Representative Sales CHICAGO, May 4. I.PV-V. S. departmenl i( agriculture--Representative sales: areas as a result of drought conditions. However, enthusiasm about corn's position s held In check in certain quarters because t is contended that this grain cannot move against wheat and if the latter's outlook s unpromising then the next ranking grain must be Influenced by this situation. Long-term analysis of the corn position asserts that its statistic.il position is such that its future movements will not have to contend with a heavy carryover. At present, the Aug. 1 date when loans on sealed corn at 45 cents expire, IB not being approached with great concern. It is reliably stated that the agricultural department recently had liquidated 2 per cent of its loans on cribbed corn. One authority in the trade believes that the total settlement of loans up to date might ran as high as 10 per cent, although this source had no actual facia at hand upon which to base the conclusion. In some quarters the opinion is simply -tatcd that .wheat and corn must work closer together If the Wallace theory that this country must expect to approximate a world basis again. The thought then follows that (here is a likelihood corn will move more rapidly upward to effect the adjust- m e n t 1! it l's to be witnessed. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. May 4. Q'v--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 1,500; killing classes steady In a cleanup trade: part load choice 1080 Ib. steers SS: scattered sales medium to good steers and yearlings S57.10: load 763 Ib. heifers S5.50; odd lots 55.25 down: beef cows largely S3SJ4.25; better grades $1.75® 2.50. HOGS 6.500: slow, medium and light hogs to shippers steady; sows steady to lOc higher; best major packers inactive; top S3.3a: early bulk better grade 180 to 250 Ib. weights 33.20S'3.30; nothing, done on heavier weights: odd lots 140 to 170 Ib. weights | S2.75ffl3.10; sows S2.65SJ2.SO; bulk $2..5: feeder pigs up to S2.65. SHEEP 2,000 including 300 direct and 300 billed through; salable supply one load shorn Te:;as feeding Iambs, balance fed wooled and clipped lambs; no early action, lambs or up ·oolcd skins; Heavy-37 347 55 311 72 274 13 255 Mediums-50 244 S3 227 ·2 21B ,5 204 3.60 3.65 3.70 3.75 Lights-59 197 78 136 39 1S1 65 175 Light Lights-152 145 asking stronger on slaughtei to S10 and above for desirable wool best clippers eligible around 58.75 down. SOUTH ST. I'.VtL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. May 4. UTv--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,900: yearling steers slow, , around steady; few medium to good S5{i6; Steers-- 1260 1204 1191 1077 726 SI 4 Wooled Lambs- 220 S3 ISO 59 269 76 221 SO Shorn Ewes-- 3.80 3.85 22 3.73 3.75 CAITLK. Heifers-7.73 IS 747 7.60 '17 !t4t 7.50 7 835 6.75 10 W 2 5 35 Cows-5 00 2 11S5 7 1006 · 914 4 SIO SIIEE1'. Clipped Lambs-- ?..S5 3.80 3.70 3. 3.65 3.30 121 120 17S 10.2 10.23 10.00 10.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 260 71 23 c, ISO 113 Spring 14 S3 SS SO Lambs- 73 9.25 9.25 9.00 9.00 Lamson Brothers Market Letter Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 CHICAGO STOCKS Marshall Fields 16 Quaker Oats 111 Swift Co 17 Swl'ft Intl Co U S Gypsum Zenith Co 40 Bend Corp Bor-War Corp 2-1 Butler Bros lOT's Cities Service ?.-Y t !ord Corp 5^s Keys St W 19 Lib McN SL Lib 6 - i NEW YORK CURB Am Gas Elec 24 Hiram Walker 34-"*. Amc Cyan B 19 VI Hud B M S 13 !i Am Sup Pow 2-1i Ark N Gas A l«i ll 5 ^ Pennroad. Corp 3 · - - - 26=1 Hud B M S Humble Oil Co 43 Niag Hud Pow Pennroad Corp S 0 Ind Co S 0 Ky Co 16',i, United Gas Co 2"; Un L Pow A 3U Util P L CO l',i MARKET BEVIEW. CHICAGO. May -I.-Wheat--The grain markets displayed much better tone today, mainly on widespread belief that moisture, as far as received In both fprlng and -winter belts. wMle sufficient to relieve the drought for the present In sections of Kansas and in one or two localiti failed to bring reli -was the most favored section in the or precipitation during the past 24 hours, prices moved up almost steadily from the start and although there was considerable profit taking at times, the market took- it rell A feature was the lack of heavy sel!- ln s on bulges. The close was strong. VHrmioei: kept pace with Chicago but there was So news individual to the Canadian situa- except reports of good export business i'Sorn^wS'.low in starting, due in Can Ind Alk Can Marconi Dist Corp Seag El Bb Share Ford M or Can Ford Mo of Ens NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 19 S Intl Carriers Am Bank Note 20% - · · · Am Beet Sug 11£ Am Car Fdy 25 Am P-oll Mills 22 !i Am Metal Co 23 Am R S Co 14}1 71U S'., 31 ' Am Tob Co Arm Co A Assoc Dry Gds Beld Heming 11 'i 13'i 33 ies of the northwest, has | Briggs Mfg Co 17H lief for all areas. Kansas udd Mfg Co 6* ._ iu- . j- c A M Co 24rt om Credit 3tVi im Solvents 24 ont Oil 20 '4 rm of Wheat 32=i udahy Packing 46% urt-Wrls A 9'.i louglas Airc 20% aton Mfg Co 1814 El Auto Lite 23',i Crie R S Co 21'4 Firestone T R 21 i. on the day. About 03.000 bushels booked to arrive, most of it from other terminals Cash sales were 202,000 bushels and a charter was made for 190,000 bushels to BU Oatl!lunder lock of offerings and continued dry weather in Illinois and Iowa oats had the best advance in some tune, prices being highest since the middle of April. Report! from Illinois points indicated that ram was badlv needed. While the weather remains buillsh on wheat, would be cauhous about follow-in!! further rally tomorrow in view of expected week-end evening up. ' MINNEAPOLIS STOCK?. MINNEAPOLIS. May 4- i.n--Stocks So Cal Edison Sperry Corp 9?i Til Vf Assd Oil 12 :s First"nitl Sirs 63% U S Smelter 115 roster-Wheeler 17 Util P £ L A 3'A Vanadium 23^ Union Oil Cal 16'. i 00 I closed: First Bank Stock S. _ p 11 oo Northwest .Bancorporation 4-,. heifers' about steady: inbetween grades 5- bulls weak, common to medium 52.40^ 2.'90- stickers dull; few c'eanup sales 50C lower for the week at 53 down for thin light weights: calves 2,700; steady; good to choice S5116 largely; early top $6.50. HOOS 7.500; fairly active, steady to firm with Thursday's average: most better 170 to ^60 Ib* $3.35^3.45: occasional lots strictly choice 200 to 230 Ibs. 53.50: heavier weights and medium grades down to S3 10 or below; bu*- packing sows S2.6.ifi 2.90- desirable light Mshts mostly S3?i3.35; good to choice pigs S232.75: average cost Thursday $3.22: weight 226. SHEF.P SOO: . r '6S dirert; pnl.ibl licht. early market MARKET INFORMATION By Jno. F- ClarU and Co., 3"5 L O. F. Building Phone 845 , . withdrawals in the markets yesterday reduced the sur- 321.76S pounds. Trading in futures CLOSING PRODUCE LETTER Butter--The spot market was quoted 'i cent lower on extras -while other, grades :re unchanged. The four 'as verv 'a"uiet*"ju'nc'butter tic-sing H, cent ..'igher. 'November butter unchanged. Market continues firm and any reactions should be only temporary. The spot market was quoted unchanged all grades except current receipts which were 'S cent higher. The storing rig- ures in the four markets yesterday were .393 cases less than last year, There was f u l l y ' steady en ail I «'IU Sl.li Ml. w i t h 'st.40 hi(1 - October offered Jurges Due Back Monday After Hospital Journey CHICAGO. May 4. LT)--Billy Jurges, the Chicago Cubs' shortstop who suffered a mild attack of appendicitis just before yesterday's ^ame with Boston, probably will be back in the lineup by next Monday Dr. John F. Davis, club physician said Jurges was "out of danger as far as an operation is concerned,' but will be kept under observation DEAD Animals of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co We pay phone calls, Phone 1096^ Keivinator Co Lambert Co Liq Carb Corp Loose-Wiles Bis '41 Hack Truck 25'i Math Alkali 32^4 McLel Stores 3-1i Mex Seab Oil 35 »i Minn, Mo Imp 3'A Motor Prod 29% NO Am Avi 5«i Otis Steel Co 5Vi Park Utah Cop 4 Peoples G L 33 ferplliar Trac 29 'A Pillsbury Flour 25% -·" Plymouth Oil 12% Prod Refm % Pub Ser of N J 35 U Pure Oil Co 11 U Purity Bakery 15 3i Reo Motors St Jos Lead Simmons Co 20 ii -S 17 Vi aiidden Co 25% Gt'Nofth Ore 131i Halm Dcpt Sirs 6 louston Oil Hous Oil (new) Hupp Motors ndian Kef Co ;ndust Rayon United G Imp 16',i Warren Bros Western tlyld Western Union Young S T 10=1 13 ?i 48 =i \Ve Pay More for HIDES AND WOOL --See-CARL STEIN Before You Sell LOANS WANTED Can use several small Farm Mortgages Also City Loans A. M. SCHANKE and Company Telephone 1300 Mason City, Iowa

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