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22 Thursday, March 9, 1914 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Here «" There Joice -- Mrs. Lena Abraham ipent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kamas at Garden City, Minn. Goldfield--Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Matheson returned Monday from California where they spent the winter with their son, Orlan and family, Thornton--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson returned from Phoenix, Ariz., after spending several CJHMINALUSE LIONEL BARRYMORE DEATH VALLEY RANGERS Ken Maynard Hoot Gibson and Bob Steele The Trail Blazers PALACE · END FBI. · John Carridine START SAT. "SON OF DRACULA" "MAD GHOUL" MAT. 21c - EVE. 30c PLUS TAX eeks visiting their son, Kenneth tid family. Northwood--Miss Jeanette Dil- m came Saturday from Chicago /here she is employed, and visited ntil Tuesday with her father, L. . Dillon. Meservey--Mr. and Mrs. Thomas \kkerman of Eldora called at the arental C. F. Ralston home re- ently. They resigned their posi- .ons at the Eldora training school larch 1. Corwith--J. C. Camclin left iunday for Washington, D. C., vhere he will be the guest of his aughter, Janice. Kanawha--Seaman Gordon Lon- ling is home from Maryville, Mo., n a 10 day leave. He is visiting lis, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lonning and family, and other elatives and friends. Joicc--Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur rdman of Camp Bowie, Texas, pent the past week with friends nd relatives at Joice and Lake Mills. Sgt. Erdman Returned to ·amp over the weekend. Mrs. Erdman will .remain indefinitely. Fertile--Mr. and Mrs. Irvin ichuler are the parents of a girl jorn at Park hospital at Mason ity. The father is in the army. Coulter -- Gordon Freese of Camp Farragut, Idaho, is home on a 10 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Freese. Clarion--Mrs. Angus Macdonald of Spirit Lake is visiting at the lome of Miss Lydia Richards. Stilson--Mr. 1 and Mrs. Weston Hilyard moved to Waterloo where Mr. Hilyard is employed in defense work. Fenton--Mrs. August Baum of Huron, S. Dak., arrived Saturday night for a week's visit at the Roy Chrischilles home. St. Ansgar--Dr. R. W. Rogers appendicitis operation Saturday evening at Mercy hospital in Waverly. Nora Springs--John Randolph, son of Mrs. Cliff Moody of Nora Springs, was graduated Saturday from the army air forces officer candidate school at Miami Beach, Fla., where he spent the past 4 months. Following his graduation, he will hold the rank of 2nd lieutenant. Xora Springs--Mrs. Norma Zastrow has purchased the Myra Deane bath parlor at 16 Forester building, Mason City. Her son, Jimmy Hansen, left last week to begin his recruit training with the navy. Plymouth--Mr. and Mrs. Art Ehlke of Wisconsin purchased the Frank Harmon property in town and will move here very soon. Armstrong--Bob Looft, N. S. N., of Gruncastle, Ind., was home on leave last week. Goodell--Sailor Everett Evenson and Mrs. Evenson, in company with Pat Grattola of New York City spent the weekend in the Evenson's parental homes, the O. C. Evensons and A. G. McMullens. Belmond--Miss Virginia Studebaker submitted to an appendectomy at the Belmond hospital Saturday. Fertile--Charles W. Eikenbary, warrant officer, after spending a 21 day sick leave here with his parents, Postmaster and Mrs. Eikenbary, left for Springfield, Mo., w h e r e he is a patient at the O'Reilly General hospital. M a n l y -- M r . and Mrs. M. N. Forland had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jorgenson and son, Ronald and Dennis, of Osage. Cresco--Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Taft of Cresco are enjoying a 2 weeks' Top of $14.20 Paid on Swine BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN left recently for Waucoma to visit from their son, S. Sgt. Don- visit his brother, who is seriously a ld Taft of the army air forces at ill. Allison--Miss Mildred Weilanrl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Weiland, underwent an emergency RCTWrS SUOEST ROCU th* tough- «t spot of his incitement crammed 'After Mldnite" witb Boston Blzckie STARTS FRIDAY Chapter 8 "Winslow of the Coast Guard" ... In lh« lungl* darknait; words to 200 mm . . . "GUNG HO!" . . at dawn they explode from their throats as they charge . . "GUNG HO!" . . it's the Raiders! . . who wrecked Makin . . gutted Guadalcanal! "GUNG HO!" .. the story of a glory that will live as long as men remember.. G WG HO/ BAJJLE CRY OF THE MARINE RAIDERS! RANDOLPH SCOTT _.:h NOAH BEERY, Jr. ALAN CURTIS Peter Coe David Brue Sam levene J. Carrol Naish Richard lane GRACE MCDONALD A - TRULY - GREAT . PICTURE - HIT! | NOW PLATING CECIL WHEKE-THE-BIG-SHOHS-PLAT No-Advance-in-Prices Delhart, Tex., to which place he ll r e p o r t for duty about arch 20. Coulter--Mr. and Mrs. S o r e n Larson celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary Thursday evening. Crcseo--S. Sf ;t. Francis M. De- Walle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeWolle of Cresco, has returned to California after a 5 weeks' leave spent at the parental home. He will soon sail for the Hawaiian islands where he has been stationed with the army. Crcsco--Pvt. Roger Christians, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Christians of Cresco, has returned to Camp Ord, Cal., after spending a few days' furlough with his parents. Thornton--Fred Christensen is employed at the soybean plant in Iowa Falls. Mrs. Christensen and Dolores will remain here. Meservey--Ensign Edna Koehler of Great Lakes, 111, spent the weekend at her home here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kdehler. Goldfield--Misses Lucille and Irene Behnkendbrf -of Luverne, have leased rooms above the bank and will open a beauty parlor Monday. Goldfield has been without year. a beauty parlor the past ENDS T11URS. "TRUE TO LIFE" "FALCON 1ST DANGER" FRI. - SAT. OCO. SANDERS "Paris After Dark" CO-FEATUKE JOIINNV MACK BROWN "Raiders of the Border' MAT. SAT. 2:00 P. M. CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY Commencing I his Friday, March 10, The Pines will be CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY. Open for business the other 6 days of every week. THE PINES 2503 4TH STREET S. \V. . Mason City WHEN and WHERE IS FUN --AT-- DANCE to ACCOBIIION- HAN'B DON STRICKLAND SAT. and SUN. Members of Armed Forces, in Uniform, are admitted FREE at the SURF anrt Tcrp except for "name" bands. I.alt Rns After Dance Fri. - Sat. HOG RECEIPTS SHOW DECLINE Best Price Highest in More Than 4 Months Chicago. (/PJ--A tapering alt of hog receipts again strengthened trading and Thursday's top of $14.20 was the highest in over 4 months. The general cattle market was uneven, with steers and heifers predominating in the crop. B i d d i n g on slaughter lambs dropped 25 cents. The fresh supply of 14,000 swine fell short of expectations Thursday and strong competition among buyers prevailed. Although bi^ packers had fortified their slaughter supply with 10,000 head bought at outside markets, requirements exceeded the available supply, and the higher asking prices, ignored by buyers earlier in the week, were reached in early trade. AH weights and sows gained 10 cents, and good and choice 190 to 350 pound butchers sold for 514.00 to S14.15 freelv. (WFA)--Salable hogs 14,000; total 24,000; active, mostly 10 cents higher on all weights and sows; good and choice 190 to 350 pounds largely $14.00 to $14.15, top §14.20; good and choice-170 to 190 peunds scarce at $13.50 to 514.10; good and choice 350 to 550 pound sows $13.40 to $13.65, choice light weights $13.75; complete clearance. Salable cattle 5,500; salable calves 800; general market uneven but full steady; largely steer and heifer run; cows, bulls and veal- ers remaining very scarce; medium to average-good grades steers especially active at $13.00 to $15.00; nothing strictly choice here, top $16.75, paid for 1,350 pound averages; several loads $16.00 to $16.50; common killers $12.50 down; stock cattle very scarce, mostly $11.50 to $13.25, with half-fat 333 pound averages to $14.CO; best heifers $15.65, mostly $13.00 to $15.25; cutter cows $8.50 down; most beef cows $9.00 to $12.50; practical top heavy sausage bulls $12.00 · and fat bulls $12.50; $15.00 paid freely for choice vealers, with outlet $15.50. Salable sheep 7,000; total 7,000; generally bidding 25 cents lower on slaughter lambs at $16.25 down, scattered early sales weak to 25 cents lower, but hardly enough sold on that basis to establish market; deck good 97 pound fed western $16.00; better than a load medium and good 82 pound weight S15.50 to $15.60; truck lots just-medium light- lambs $14.00; no uniformly good and choice lambs sold early, with numerous loads held at $16.50 and slightly Midwest Livestock (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea Minn. Trend Steady Good Butchers-140-150 Ibs » a.95 150-160 Ibs. *I0.85 160-170 Ibs. $11.25 170-180 Ibs SI1.85 180-200 Ibs $12.35 200-Z20 Ibs SIX40 220-240 Ibs Kt.40 240-270 IbS. J1340 270-:»0 Ibs. 300-330 Ibs. 330-360 Ifas. . S 13.40 . S 13.40 112.65 Good Packing Sows- 270-300 Ibs ; S12.10 300-330 IbS S12.10 Ibs. 512.10 Ibs. SI2.00 Ibs Sll-90 Ibs S11.80 Ibs S11.70 Austin Minn. Steady 5 9.60 S10.60 S11.10 S11.60 S12.20 SI3.40 SI H-10 S13 40 S1340 S13.40 S12.00 J1L.20 $12.20 S12.20 S12.10 S12.00 Waterloo Steady 511.65 S12.15 S12.S5 513 45 $13.45 S K I G O 512.25 $IL.25 SI 2.25 $12.15 SI 2.05 $11.95 Mamie Gcrlach Fri. -- Don Erickson's Orch. Sat. and Sun. GRAINS RALLY, THEN DECLINE Close With Only Minor Price Changes Chicago, (/P)--After getting off to a firm start when short-cover- ng stimulated an 'Upturn in rye, all grains backed down in later trading Thursday and closed with only minor price changes. The initial strength of rye was based on rumors the grain would be used in industrial alcohol production. Interest in wheat was small, although a commission house with southwestern connections sup- poVted the July contract. Movement of the bread cereal-to market has decreased. At the close wheat was unchanged to '/t higher. May $1.70%, oats were J ,s lower to Vs higher, May 80-1a, rve was unchanged to V. higher, May 1.26'/s-S1.27, and barley wns unchanged to ^s lower, May I.22';s. above; native lambs again very scarce. and "sheep Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Thursday CHICAGO CASH GRAIN [Thursday Market) Chicaco. tA'j--No cash wheat. . Corn. No. 4 yellow 51.09*4; sample grade yellow Sl.Oa'A. Barley, malting 31.2-3^71.44 1 .;: nominal: feed SI. 15^ 1.22V~ nominal. Field seed per 100 Ibs.: Timothy-So.75'? 6 nominal: red top 514^X15 nominal: red clover $31.50 nominal: sweet clover $10.50 nominal. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday STOCK MARKET RALLY STEMMED Profit Taking Occurs After High Levels New Tork, (fP)--A little profit taking Thursday stemmed the stock market rally that had pushed the averages to their highest level in 8 months. On the side of bullish contingents was the fact that, contrasted with Wednesday's boiling upswing, dealings dwindled appreciably as prices wavered. Narrow irregularity persisted at the 1 start. Scattered strong spots cropped up after mid-day but losers were numerous near the close. Transfers were around 900,000 shares versus 1,692,575 in the previous session which were the largest since Nov. 8. White Rock, Wilson Co., and Johns-Manville wer.e among issues posting peaks for 1944. Bids came in for Armour, Cuclahy, N. V. Central, Southern Pacific, West- inghousc and Montgomery Ward. Behind most of the time were U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Chrysler, General Motors, .Texas Co., Goodyear, Douglas Aircraft, Sperry, Anaconda, Southern Railway, Dow Chemical, Eastman Kodak and du Pont. Bonds were uneven with carrier loans faltering. I BRUtJG MUH SACK OF ANIMAL. CRACKERS FOR.YUHTO KEEP AM' SOIVE WIT' MUHCOFFBE' THAT ROUGHNECK MUGG WITH THE GORILLA T E M P E R . ---MAYBE HE HAS CCWAE OUT TO PUT MY HEAD IM THE AMD TURN OH THE GAS / \\M/, CRACKERS MADE AS CRYPTOQUtM'fc--A cryptogram quotation E I F M O J F I Z N J R O U L G G M F J S M . N M L O I V V I A J S M H R O M -- O S L T M O K M L C J t yesterday's Cryptoquote: BEAUTY IN DISTRESS IS MUCH THE MOST AFFECTING BEAUTY--BURKE. S1.02 No. 2 white oats No. 2 shelled corn (15'/2% moisture) No. 2 ear corn (15% moisture) No. 2 soybeans Barley 70c 98c SI.80 75c-$l GO.XI lient He*!-- MO-MO s Good light lights 130-160 S 9.90 Good lisht liRhts 160-170 S10.90 Good lii-ht llEhts 170-180 SUM Good lisht lights 180-200 S12.90 Good liBht lights 200-2^0 S13.40 Good meci. wt. butchers -. 220-240 913.40 Good mod. wt. butchers .. 2W-'J1I) S1X0 Good mcd wt. butchers .. 270-300 SI3.40 Good mcd. ·.'.". butchers .. SOtl-XTO 513.40 Good mert wt. butchers Good packing sows . Good sows Good.sows Good EO\VS Good sows Gocd sows Dtie to excessive r CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE [Thursday M a r k e t ) Chicago. if t -WHEAT-- Hich Low May 1 71 1.70'k July !.fi7'i l.G67ii Sept 1.6314 l.St'.'t Dec I.65'i 1.G3V* OATS-- July .!'!"!" !7(i!ii '.76»i, Sept 73?, .IT't Dec RYE-May 1.2-a; July 1.2R'i SI2.WI 270-310 S12.20 300-33CI S12.20 anO-SGO S12.20 400-450 S12.10 ·ijlJ-500 512.00 . please Sept. Dee. BARLEY-May 1.22 1 , ·Inly 1.19'i Sept 1.14H l-JB'li 1.2.V 4 1.2.1V, 1.24'.. 1.79'i 1.B7',' 1.65* 1.2R- 3 Brothers Celebrate Golden Wedding Days Mcdford. Okla., U.R--When the Shepheard boys m a r r i e d they stayed married. Three brothers-Sterling of Miltonville, Kans.; John of Caldwell, Kans., and Joshua of Williamsbttrg, Kans., in the last 2 months celebrated their respective golden wedding anniversaries. And that's not all. An older brother, Leon Shepheard of Pomona, Kans., celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary in 1941 and the parents of the Shepheard boys, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shepheard, who lived near here, lived to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in 1917. Three of the boys married sisters, Frances, Ella and Nellie Cole. Incidentally, there are 41 Shepheard grandchildren, 62 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren. Daniel Shepheard brought his family to Oklahoma at the opening of the Chero!;ce strip in 1893. Money to Loon Better Borrow at a Bank PERSONAL LOAN DEPT. First National Bank Come First .to the First Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotations by E. G Morsel MASON CITY--For Thursday Eggs, current receipts Springs, heavy breeds 29 c 24 c Leghorn springs. 2 Ibs. Sc over 21c Heavy hens Hens, under 4 Ibs lac Cocks, heavy 17c Cocks, Leghorns . .15c All No 2 Poultry 4 cents less Eggs, at retail Butter, Iowa State Brand Butter, Corn Country Butter. Brookfieid CHICAGO POULTRY ( T h u r s d a y M a r k e t ) Chicago, Iri*} -- Poultry, live, f car;-. 5 trucks: market firm. . .38c 49c 48c 49c Don't Cash War Bonds 530 - EMERGENCY LOANS - S300 LOW COST. QUICK SERVICE Established 20 Years SECURITY LOAN CO. P M SIMON. Phone 412 First Nail. Bids- Farm and City Mortgages 4% FARM -- 4Vi% CITY No commissions. W. L. PATTON 109 EAST STATE "City Within a City" Lorain, Ohio, U.R--The federal housing project in Lorain functions as a tiny "city within a city." Housing 200 units, the project-built especially for war workers in the area--is actually a community in itself. The project includes, besides the living quarters, a large recreation center, a children's nursery, 2 spacious playgrounds, a wading pool, for use of children in the summer, and enough available ground for the upkeep of victory gardens. Coming Soon, March 15 ARE YOU PREPARED TO PAY YOUR INCOME TAX? We can loan you the" money. Loans from S25.00, $50.00. S150.00, S250.CO and up. Federal Discount Corp. 19',2-N. Federal Ave. Ph. 516 R. G. HAINES. Manager I.I!)'/. 1.14'.. 1.1 an l-HVi call the plant before delivering any hoes. JACOB E. DECKER SONS. CATTLE MASON CITY--For Thursday Choice steers and hctrers .. 514.1)0-15.00 Good steers and heifers S12.50-l:t.50 Med. steers and heifers S10.00-11.MJ Com. steers and heifers S 8.00- O.aO Cows, dry =d S K.jiO- S.OU Com. co\vs 5 7.50- 8.00 Butcher bulls S D.DO-10.00 Bologna bulls 3 8.00- 9.00 Bolocna bulls, light S 7.00- 8.00 Cutters S 600- 7.00 Canncrs. heavy S 5.00- 6.00 Canncrs. Ijyht S 4.00-5,00 Fancy select calves S12.00-u.oo Calves. Ed to choice 130-130 SI 1 Ofl-12.00 Calves, fair to good 1.10-190 S 300-10.00 Calves, common to fair 9 7.SO- 8.50 Calves, cull . . . $ 4.00 d'vvn SHEEP MASON CITY-For Thursday Genuine sp. Iambs, pel. to ch. S14.25-15.25 Genuine sp. lambs, cd. to ch. Sin.OQ-14.00 Fcil ewes, good to choice .. S 5.00- 6.00 Common ewes S 1.00- 2.00 Bucks I .73- 1.50 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Thursday M a r k e t ) Chitaso. UV--!W. F. A.) -- Estimated salable livestock receipfs for F r i d a y : Hoes 10,000; cnttlc 2.000; sheep 2.00C. 35 Ibs. From 15 ]bs. up From l.s ths." riou TWINS CONFUSE CLIENTS Portland, Maine, (U.R) -- Clients have all kinds of trouble telling 2 Portland lawyers apart. Atty. Horace Hildreth, 41, and his brother, Atty. Charles Hildrelh, are identical twins. SPECIAL Noon Luncheon 40c Every Day Except Sunday · Home Made Pastry · Home Made , ICE CREAM FREDA'S Ice Cream Shop 217 No. Federal Real Estate Transfers Vikcsdal. Sigurd Wife to C. E. Lau Feme F. SI (WD) Lot B in N. J. Nelson's Second Add to Ventura. 1-17-44. Wilhelm, Otto C. Wife to Virgil Earl Bowlby Wife as joint tenant* SI (WD) Lot 17 Blk 11 in East Park PI. 2-20-44. Ward. Ada L. Hus. to Catherine Winters .t Hits. SI (QCD) Lot (5 Blk (! West Haven add to MC. 10-20-43. Thul, Anzonetta Hus. to Frank G. Carrington et al S1.2S (QCD) unTJiansctT' Lot 3 Blk 10 in The Highlands" odd to MC. 3-1-44. Crane, H. H. Wife to James H. Donaldson Delia A. 51 tWD) Lot 8 Blk 1 in South Haven Add to CL. 3-6-44. Burkum, John to Harvey E. Knudson SI (WD) EU of NW-'/j of 18-95-21. 3-1-44. Phalen, Tim R. to Pauline M. Simon S1.700 (Sheriff's Deed) Lot 19 Blk D in Oak Park ' Add o MC. 3-3-44. Scott, Hans to Carl H. Peterson Wife as joint tenants SI (WD) ·IW'/i of 15-95-21. 2-23-44. Maasscn, Walter Wife to Mrs. la Hixson S4.200 (WD) Lot 21 in Sub of NE'/4 of SEVi of 21-97-19 except the S 10 Rods in width. 3"1-44. Thompson. Gladys V., and hus o Walter Bochlje, SI. (WD) S half of NW qr and SW qr of SW qr Sec 29 nnd the N 110 A of NE qr of 32-94-19. 2-28-44. Degree of Honor Protective ·Vssn to William E. Huntbatch and wife. S14.200. (WD) SW qr of 2595-21. 2-21-44. Peterson, James, and wife, to Cecil McVicker, SI. (WD) S half of SE qr of NE qr of 12-96-22 and a tract in the NE qr of SE qr of 12-96-22. 2-22-44. Bonnstettcr, Frank A., and wife, to Charles F. Boehnke. SI. «(WD) W. 48 rods of NW qr of SW qr and W 48 rods of SW qr of S qr 7-9622. 2-17-44. Senneff, John A., to Robert L. Lukes, S75. (WD) Lot 3. blk 6, Law's Add to MC. 2-25-44. Schober, Billy. Jr.. and wife, to George C. Hamann and wife. NEW YORK I'RODIJCE (Thur.scUy Market) Nev- York. M'j--Butter 786.039: [Lrm. prices tmuhanced nt ccilioc. Cheese 311.990; nominal, no nuotalioos. Eggs 29.9«9: irreflntar. Current general wholesale scHLKc; prices follow: Mixed colors, spccin] No. 1 to No, -1. « Ibs. and over 3n ! ,i^:i7!bc^ 46 Ibs. 'CANDIDATES FILE Rockwell -- Candidates f i l e d nomination papers with Carrie Siegfred, secretary of the board of education Friday. The candidates are Mclvin Clack, whose term expires, E. E. Poland and John Hinricks. Electrons travel at the speed of light--180,000 miles a second. Optometrists 11 HEADACHES are nature's warnincs that eyes need attention. Dr. Knulson, Opt.. Weir bldg. Chiropractors Al 1 HEALTH through normal nerve f u n c t i o n . Dr. R. J. and Dr. Lucy E, Garner. /06 North Federal. Seeds, Feeds 17 -Baled straw. Anccl Anslnnd, CONTROL Seed nation 99 Tc, p orders delivered Co., Clarion. loiva. Oats for sale. Germi- rity SQTr. Truck load the state. Burt Grain 1 ?? We; extra No. and over 35 ', j 3fic; to No. Ibs. average 34', ifi, 3 3 ci m eci iu m 40 !bs. a v- erage 30 f «31c: exlr.i pullets 35 to 37 Ihs- 27c; current receipts 43 Ibs. average 32^c; dirties 43 Ibs. 32','ic: checks 3L',ic. C H I C A G O FKOnVCE ( T h u r M i a y M a r k r l ) O. «.7'i--Butter. firm; receipts market unchanged. receipts 17.70G; steady; m,irket Hides Death Notices WOOD. Florence Dorothy, G4. died Monday morning at a, local hospital a f t e r a 5 weeks' illness. Funeral services will he held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Patter.Ton funeral home. with the Rev, R. I. Johnston, pastor of the Free .Methodist cinucii. officiating. Burinl will be at Eimwood cemetery- The Patterson funeral home in charge. KEFFER. Charles Arthur, in months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J, Keffer. If):: 2nd S. \V.. dierl nl the home of hb nt *i:35 a. m. Thursday a f t e r n short i tines-. Funeral arrangements arc incomplete. _ The Meyer funeral home in chnrpc. FOR SALE--Few h u n d r e d bushels Eoonc oats. Germ. good. O. E. Elevens, 308 N. 2nd St.. ; Clear Lake. FOR SALE--2.000 bu. Control Seed oats. Germination 35','-. Price 90c per bu, Joseph Krieps. Sexton. In. FOR SALE-- 800 bales of pond oat strau-. ·JOc per bale in lots of 100 bales. Joseph Kricps. Sexton. la. Qanlattnn* farniKheil DT Walt Rrn*. Inc. linx .Firth Strrrt Southwest ' Horsehides Sb 00 ·r.KE£N BEEF HIDES Bun ntrtcs . . «c lie . - 12c ·Cured Hides Ic a Ib hichcr Also Ic a tb higher for green hides In wholesale dealers in wholesale Quantities In MemoriaTn A2 Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday M a r k e t ) Chic.ien, (,.?·!-- \V. F. A.I-- Potatoes, arrivals II": on track 23C: total l. S. shipments ECO. supplies mod cm! e; demand sloiv: market for Idaho Russets slichlly weaker, for western red stock 5-icnrfy: for northern stock dull: Tdaho Ruy^cl Bui-banks U. S .No. 1, S3.2J ri 3.411·»: C'olo- ,-ulo Red McCUircs U. S. N'o. 1. 33.57: Nebraska Bliss Triumph* U. S. No. 1. [): North Dakota 155 iss Triumphs Com mere in IP 51.00; Florida Bliss Triumph." U. S. No. 1. £3.23 per 50 Ib. sack, S3.35 per bushel basket. IN memory of our dear hxisband and father, who left us one year JIRO today: Do not ask us if we mt5A him. For there's such a vacant plncc. O ft we t h ink we h oar his foots t cps, Or we ?co his smiling face. For he !e(t u- brokcn-hcnrlcd. Friends ma: - think the \vcunri is healed, ut they ?o lUlle know the sorrow- That is in our hearts concealed. Mr?. Nellie Carle, Irma and Charles. 511,300. (WD) N 5-05-22. 3-6-44. half of SE qr Charles A. Keffer, 10 Months, Dies at Home of Kis Parents Charles A r t h u r Keffcr. 10 months old son of Mr. and Mrs Charles J. Keffer. 103 2nd S. W., died at the home of his parents at 6:35 a. m. Thursday after a short illness. The child was born April 21, 1043, at DCS Molncs. Surviving are the parents and the grandmother, Mr?. Agnes Keffer, Washington, D. C., and \V. B Mulkcy. Mason City. Funeral arraangerncnts are incomplete. The Meyer funcra home in charge. Stands Ground Seattle, (U.R)--Honking automobile horns failed to move a lone man who brandished a broom to clean up broken glass on one of Seattle's main streets proving that City Councilman M. B. Mitchell is a man who takes his job to heart. Mitchell is chairman of the city council streets and sewers committee. BI.OOD DONOR 52 TIMES Banker, Maine, (U.R)--Otis Kecne of Bar Harbor has given away and sold more blood than he has in his body. The middle-aged mai has made 52 blood donations o about a pint each, of which IT were donated to the Red Cross blood bank at Bangor. Kccnc must travel S3 miles each way to and from his home to make each donation. Funeroi Directors 'ATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 322 North Wash* rip ton Phone 1140. Business Opportunities IS FOR SALE--OIL, BULK PLANT MASON CITY. IOWA Xcnv opera tine. Warehouse Ii2x34 feel. Karape 25x45 fret, and office. Six storape t a n k s with lota I capacity 102,0*00 gallons. Sale to include equipment at dealer locations in surrounding area for inK business. THE NATIONAL REFINING CO. P. O. Box 1300, Omaha, Nebr. FOR SALE Complete Grocery Stock and Fixtures. Good location, reasonable rent. Immediate possession. Merchandise and fixtures in excellent condition. Write D-7, GLOBE-GAZETTE MAJOR Funeral Elome, 203 Second N E E f f i c i e n t Service phis Reverence. Am- Dul.incc. Phone n i l . McAUI..F.Y and Son Fimcr.i1 Home. Complete .service Day anrt Night, 8 South Adams. Phone 651. MF.YER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance icrvicc- Phone 1305. Personals SPENCER designed Kc.ilth Supports for bnck and .ibdomen. Ph. 5114--W. SWEETHEART is "baked as you would fcr a friend." Help Wanted, Mole 20 WANTED--Truck driver for city delivery-. Write L.-7. Globe-Gazette. Wanted--Room Clerk 8 HOUR DAY--6 DAY WEEK Good salary, excellent opportunity for advancement. Will consider training inexperienced man who wishes to become hotel executive. WRITE MR. GABLE HOTEL PRESIDENT WATERLOO, IOWA Lost, Found 6 LOST--Ration books. R. E. Nelson, Ph. 4!-F-83. Rock ford. Reverse charges. Reward. Ph. praycr beads in black vcl- thr Green Mill Sat. ntpht. Money to Loon 8 """PA'Y"NOW"~ FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAXES And avoid the last minute rush and long lines at the Internal Revenue Office. Perhaps, iikc many others, you arc Tindinp yourself phort of cash for ether nccc*5i- lic?. Don't m^r your credit for lack of ready ca*h. Sec us today. CASH LOANS S30 TO S300 United Financial Service FAMILY F I N A N C E COUNSELLORS 15!i North Federal Over Ford Hopkins TF.L. 57 MASON CITY. IOWA WANTED--Track drivers. Ph. 135 at ilockwcll. Io\va. Write R. W. Phillips. Rockwell. la. WANTED--Car washer and porter. Unless you arc lookinc for a permanent iob do not apply. Zcnor Motor Co. WANTED~Hou?c patntcr and paperhanger. Apply Manager, Hotel Han- forci WANTED--Bus boy. Apply Head Waitress. Hotel Hanford. Experienced Salesman to sell national advertised line of toiletries in local territory. Age 25 to 45. Salary, commissions, bonus, expenses. WRITE S-9, GLOBE-GAZETTE MECHANICS Nerd two experienced auto mechanics. E a r n i n g possibilities S(0 a week, flat rate. Lapiner Motor Co

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