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12 Monday, March 29, 1941 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Case of Mumps Halts Job Hunting Trip of Mother, 5 Children Minneapolis, (U.R)--A case of mumps Saturday had halted the NOW! ENDS TUESDAY fflillMNO-DENNISMOH JMNUSUE with lick Carson - Gladys Citorge l« HUS CO-HIT--"KHOST B t n r R u'llh JOHNNY MACK KRl\V.N job-hunting trip of a widow and her 5 small children from Sylva, N. Car., to Everett, Wash. Mrs. Emma Ammons, in preparing to take the train 2 days ago, packed a big lunch basket for Jimmy, 11; Helen, 7; Car!, 5; Glenn, 2; and Roy, 7 months. Slie hud hope of reaching relatives in Everett and a war plant job. But the children's appetites were underestimated and 5 year old Carl came down with a fever. The family was forced to leave the train and Carl was taken to General hospital. Police found quarters for the others at the St. James hotel, but (hen discovered Mrs. Ammons had only a dollar to feed and shelter her small brood. Patrolmen Will Nichols and Harry Moberg came to the rescue by taking up a collection at police headquarters and nearly 310 was contributed. The police and the Travelers Aid Society will help smooth the other difficulties that still are ahead for the plucky mother \vho had nerve enough to brave the hazards of war-time travel with 5 yomigtfcrs. PALACE 2 More Days END TUBS. MOST PROPHETIC STORY OF THE TIMES! · HUNDREDS HAVE SEEN IT · RSHA HUNT ALEXANDER KNOX HENRY TRAVEflS RICHARD CRANE DOROTHY MORRIS CO-HIT WITH MILES AND SMILES OF FUN ANNMIIUR'JOEHSSU tarry PARKS*JeeSAWYIR/^ Jimmy IIHIE 4f HAlMdNTYK Mat. 3Oc-E ve. 4Oc INCL. TAX CHILD. lOc WARNS OF GUT IN TIRE OUTPUT Dewey Hits Sweeping Away of Deferments Washington. (/P)--Rubber Director Bradley Dewey declared Saturday that a one-third cut in the manufacture ol civilian automobile tires will result from the selective service policy of sweeping nearly clean the occupational deferment ranks. Voicing the first official complaint of. industries likely to be hit by the announced plan to take into the armed forces practically all of the 250,000 men under 26 who have been deferred for occupational reasons, Dewey said: "If at. this late date, the industry finds itself in a position where its young, irreplaceable, highly- Inuned technical men are drafted, it will be impossible to operate some plnnts satisfactorily or to carry forward to completion some vital researches." His assertions followed a hint from President Roosevelt that the chief executive is leaning toward the armed services' view thai virtually all physically fit men under 26 must be drafted, that il is a case of men first and materials second. Making his f i f t h progress report, Dewey aimed his protest chiefly at the expected draft o: key men between the ages ol 22 and 26. "It is hoped that a way will be found," he said, "by which it wil be recognized that these irreplaceable men, irrespective of theii personal desires to join the fighting forces, are of maximum value to the country in their present positions." The rubber director pointed ou that in many cases the specia training needed has been taugh only a few years, so that "the com panics and institutions opcratin c the plants and doing researci work in these fields have been forced to use very young men." Freshmen Meet June 12 for Special Session Iowa City--Young men women who want to conscrv time in theii' educational procc= will enter the University ot Iowa' special session for beginnin freshmen, university officials ex peel. Between June 12 and Sept. 2 the students can earn 15 semeste hours of credit in liberal arts, en gineering, 1 or pharmacy colleges A new freshman class also enter the nursing school June 12. Registration for the beginnin. students in liberal arts, engineer ing, and pharmacy is schedule for June 3. Sows lOc Up in Chicago OTHER SWINE PRICES STEADY Good and Choice Steers Are Mostly Steady Chicago, (JP) -- Hog prices remained steady with Friday's averages Monday with sows 10 cents ligher. Strictly good and choice teers and yearlings v/ere mostly teady. Lqmbs were active, early ales topping at S16.35. (WFA)--Salable hogs 22,000; otal 34.000: -fairly active, steady vith Friday on nil weights; sows strong to 10 cents higher: £ooci md choice 190 to ?,50 Ibs.. S14.20 o S14.40. top SH.-SO freely: good ind choice 160 to 190 Ibs., S13.50 to $14.30: good and choice 350 to 550 Ibs.. S13.75 to $14. Salable cattle 19,000; salable calves 1,000; strictly good and choice led steers and yearlings steady to weak, mostly steady; top $17, several loads $16.50 to S1G.90; sizable supply $15.50 to' S16.25; common, medium and avevage- good paid 10 to 15 cents lower, these around Slo; hellers generally steady; best 315.85, with strictly choice mixed steers and heifers around S1G.50; cows very scarce, slow, steady; cutters S8.50 clown; strictly good beef cows to $13.75; bulk beef cows 39 to SI 1.50; bulls steady with heavy [at bulls active and sausage bulls slow at 311.75 down; strictly good beef bulls to $13; vealers steady at $15.50 down, scarce; stock cattle in negligible supply. Salable sheep 6,000; total 7,000; slaughter lambs active, steady to strong: early sales arid bids good and choice fed wooled western lambs S1G.25 to $16.35, several loads held to around S1B.50; 2 loads medium and goad 88 Ib. lambs $16; some largely medium light lambs S15, with common and sorted out S13.50; 2 load good and choice summer shorn fed lambs $15.35; deck good fall shorn lambs $15.50: nothing done as yet on sheep, but undertone fully steady. Midwest Livestock (MOMMY'S PRICES) St. Patrick's School ists 10 Graduates Uousherty--Ten graduates of St. Patrick's school in the class of 94-i are Kathleen Mullin, Rose ·lai'y Riggins, Rita Moorehead, Vlary Wihlm, Maurice Murphy, Catherine Conway, Merlyn Hogan, William Boone, Eward Ewens ml Louis Marzen. Albert Lea aiinn. 20c higher Ibs S10.20 lb£ SM.iO Ibs SU.60 Ib: SIS.Z') Ibs S12.83 Ibs $13.75 Ibs S13.75 Ibs S13.75 270-:00 Ibs S13.75 Trend Good Butchers-140-150 loi-ieo 160-170 170-180 1SO-2M 200-520 220-240 330-360 Ibs S13.-W Good Packing Sows-270-300 300-330 Ibs SI2.83 Ibs S121 Ibs S12.S5 Ibs 312.75 ]h.i S12G.1 Ibs S12.35 Ibs I2.45 Austin Minn. 20-30c higher SI 0.2.) Sri 1.25 311.73 S12.23 $12.85 SI3.75 $13.75 SI 3.75 SI3.75 SI3.75 $13.30 S12.8J S12.85 S12.85 SI2.8.1 S!2.7:-. SI-'.(.) Waterloo 5c higher SI 1.90 S12.-M 313.20 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 S13.70 SI3 45 SI2.1T, S 12.95 S12.9J Cedar Kapids 5-lsc higher S12.00 SI 2.50 SU.50 S13.75 SI3.75 SH.75 S13.75 $13.75 S-13.40 SI 2.30 S 12.90 S 12.90 S12.80 512.70 S12.GO Buy War Savings Bonds ant Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Local Livestock HOGS COMEBACK IS MADE BY MART Grains Off at Opening, Then Make Slow Gain Chicago, i.fF)--Grain prices sold 1C in the first [c\v minutes of racting Monday and then spent e remainder ot the session in slow advance. Wheat displayed comparative strength, moving bove the previous close on buy- ng by local traders. The May /heat contract went to a new gh since raid-January. Rye broke more than a cent at rie outset in a nervous trade. Offerings were accepted by u catling local trader and eventual- y some commission house buying nterecl the pit. Although prices clvanced, the undertone remained lervotis. Oats followed the trend f rye while interest in barley vas small. Corn bookings re- nained light. At the close wheat was higher, May S1.72 : i.'i, oats were ower to Is higher, May 81 =! I rye was ','1-1.1 higher, May 81.293;,-%. May barley closed at ·51.2fi, off '/i. MASON CITY-- For Monday Ten to 20 cpnts hislicr. Good H£ht lights ...... Good light lights ...... Good light lights ...... Good light liRhts ...... Good light lights ...... Good IJsht liahts ...... Good med. wt. butchers Good meri. wt. butchers Good mod. wl. butchers Good ined. \vt. butchers Good med. xvt. butchers Gcod parkins sows ... Good sows - - N O W - PLAYING END MONDAY "AROUND THE WORLD' "."MARINES AT TARAWA Tues. - Wed. - Thur. PAULETTE GODDARD FRED OLIVIA DeMAVILLAND ROBERT CUMMINGS In this riotous ttery of the secretary who hodtog«» hcrbou a bed in Washington "PRINCESS O'ROURKE" Also Cartoon - Band Act - News ^l^ *'* DANCE Edward Roland ARNOLD · YOUNG D-vta.j b, SIDNEY UNFIELD XUES. To tlic "Musical Gems'* tif -- STARTS THURSDAY -RAY PEARL'S ORCHESTRA and all their radio stars just as you've heard them over KGLO The Motion Picture So Different It Defies Com- JIMMY BARNETT WED. EARL HUNT FRI. LATE BUS EVERY FRI.-SAT. ESns Moxn.iv AND" EVONII TIIK LAST IRONTir.R CH«»LtS 1 0 T I * IAKAIA IBWAID 6. »OmiN50N ANN* tli ·ITTTFIEID · OMKT CUMMINGS STARTS SUNDAY -AS ROUSING. . . AS THRILLING. . . AS THE NAME IT HONORS! ANNE BAXTER mm MITCHELL. by UOT BACH - fatni * m M. Good sows Good sows Good sows Good £0-.vs 140-150 S 9.75 150-KJ) S1CJ.75 160-170 SU.75 170-inO S12.7: 1 80-200 S13.2J 200-220 SIX7." ·220-2W 513.75 240-270 SI3.75 270-:»0 SI 3.75 300-330 S13.75 330-3CO S13.50 270-300 S12.BO 300-330 S12.90 330-260 S12.90 ................ ."".GO-^OO S 12.30 ---- .*. ........... 400-450 S12.KO ............ ..... -150-300 512,70 CATTLE MASON CITY-- For Mondai . SU.00-15.00 512.50-13.50 S10.00-I1.50 . £ 3.00- 9.50 S 8.50- y.oo S 7JJO- 3.00 . s y.ljO-10.00 3 B.Ofl- 9.01 . S 7.008.00 S 6.00- 7.0C rhaice steers and heifers Gooa steers and heifers led. steers and heifers t. steers and heifera Cows, d ry fed ., Tom. cows Bulcner bulls Jologna bul \s Uologna bulls, light ...» Tutters Canners, heavy s 5XD- 6.01 banners. Light ,.., s 4.00- 5.0l Fancy select calves S12.DQ-13.M Calves, gd. to choice 130-190 Stl.00-12.OC Calves, fair to pood ISO-ISO 5 9.00-10.00 Calves, common to fair 37.50- 8.5 Calves, cull .. ,, 5 -i.co d'v.-n SHEEP MASOX CITY--For Monda Genuine sp- Limbs, gd, to ch. SH.OD-15.0 Genuine sp. lambs, ftd, ;o ch, S1.1.00-U.O Fed ewes, gooa to choice .. S 5.00- 0.0 Common ewes 5 1.00- 2.C Bucks 5 .75- u Hides QjoUtirms furnished by Wolf Rroi.. Inc :(fl» Fifth Street Soulhv. ca Horschitles ... $6,{ ·GREEN BtEF HIDES Bull hides f From 15 Ibs. up i From 15 Ibs. down ., . r ·Cured hides ic a Ib..higher. Also Ic Ib hiphcr for crecn hides to wholes^ dealers in wholesale quantliics. Miscellaneous C H I C A G O POTATOr.S CMouitay M a r k e t ) Chicago. i,P?--Po:atoc5. .nrrivaL^ 2^1: f track 282: lotal U. S. shiprr.cnU Sat;i day 1.17^, Sunday 40; supplies inoderat for Idaho Ru.^ct tiurtaanks ricnian niRderate. market bliahtiy stronger: western red stock demand inorternt marktt f i r m for bci! .stock: for norlher irtock de!«an(I lipht. m a r k e t firm for be. quality; Idaho Ilussct Btirbanks U. No. I. S3.UO--;3.70: Colorado Red 11 Clures U. S. N'o. 1. S3.57: Nebraska BI Trinmph.s u. s. Xo. 1. S3.i3if3.59: Min r.raota and .Vorth Dakota Cobblers Cor merctaL-; S2.0. r i: Wisconpin Chippewa.^ S. ^o. I. S2.i:: Florida Bliss T r i u m n U. S. Xo. 1. a.60«»S.t5. Dies Plans Answer to Winchell; Cites Effort ciircMoo c,\sir G R A I N ( M n m l a y M.irkeO Chicago, uT'i--No u-hcal. Barley, m a l t i n g 51.25^ 1.44'.t; nominal od S1.15'iil.22«i nominal. Field seed per 100 weight: Timothy -.75 fi nominal; red top £'M^i Ifi nomi- a f : red clover S31.50 nominn!; s'.vcc' lover 510.50 tiominaf. STOCK PRICES MAKE RETREAT General Losses Run to More Than Point New York, W)--The stock mar- et Monday suffered its first real tumble of the month as profit ahing on the lengthy upswing (o verage highs of one to 7 years vought general losses running to nore than a point. Prices began to retreat after a airly steady opening and. while cattered gainers among oils and pecialties were in evidence ncm he close, and extreme recessions- haded in most cases, casualties vere widespread. Large blocks o: ow-Quoted issues--dealings wen elatively slow elsewhere -- pu 'olume at around l',300,UOO shares Spot news incentives either wa; vere lacking and accounts wen rimmed in the majority of in tances mainly on the idea a tech Tiical reaction was in the offing Earnings and individual situation: bolstered isolated favorites. Gimble Bros., Pure Oil and ^ackawanna were able lo regis er tops for 1044. Prominent on the ·etreat were Bethlehem, Santa Fe -Ulantic Coast Line, Alloghanji rommon and preferreds. Schenley Chrysler, U. S. Rubber. Montgom cry Ward, Eastman Kodak. Anaconda, Western Union "A" and fohns-Manville. Bonds were irregularly loxter. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Mondaj ·Jo. 2 white oats o. 2 shelled corn ( moisture) 'Jo. 2 ear corn (15 moisture) o. 2 soybeans Barley 70c . »8c . S1.80 75c-Sl CHICAGO VlfEAT-- lay lily cpt Dpr. OATS-- ·lay illy icpt DEC RYE-- NIPJ- ico't. "!"! Dec BARLEY-,Iay Jlllv ept 1-liB 3 1.07 1.67 M.V CLO5K MarfctO Low 1.71'i " .74-1 -74'. , . 1.F.B-! 1.67 1.67 1.231 1.23', 1.21.23" 1.2S 1.22 l.lti EStI.1IATKl LIVESTOCK BECEIFTS OlDiiday ^Tarkct) Chicago. (.4'.--iv/. F. A.»--Officially e limatcd ?a!ablc livestock receipts fo Tuesday: Hogs 20.000; cattle 3,000; s 4.000. 1 WAS AT FOLAK BASK DCS Moincs, (rF)--Earl Pace, 2 year old coast guardsman, ha spent 18 months at a polar bas where the temperature droppc as low as 55 degrees below zen He arrived home a few days ag.. and thereafter contracted the firs head cold he has had since befor he went to the polar base. TO GIVE MUSICALE Norlhwooil--The vocal cicparl ment of the Northwood hig school will present u musical pro gram Sunday at 2 p. m. under th direction of Hiss Murial Boyu instructor of vocal music of th local schools. There Aegean LOST OR STRAYED--Am. Water Spaniel pup, 4 m03 uld, vicinity 14th St. id Car. S. E. Reward. Pli. 2441. LOST--100 11). Ph. 334C-W. LOST--Brown billfotH containinj! cur- ncy. Vahiable. lletutn lo 121 N. elf. LOST--Man's Gruen \vrist watcii at Sur£ Ballroom, War. loth. Liberal reward Tiered. Tom Murtagh, Forest City, la. Fills Jail 'Shortage' Boston, (U.R--II the Charles St. ail hadn't needed a barber, Wiliam Hagerty might not be spend- ng a 3 month sentence there, lagerty, who had pleaded guilty o a vagrancy charge, o n c e laimed he v/as one of the best barbers in -town. So when an as- istant district attorney said the ail needed a b a r b e r , Hagerty agreed to the sentence. Dice are said to have been used n Greece about 1244 B. C. LEGAL NOTICES^ * NOTK'K OF 1'ROBATE OF WIM- STATE OF rO\VA. Cerro Gordo Counly. S*. In District. Court. No. 6110. January Term, 194-1. To all whom it may concern; You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be ihe last Will and Testament of George P. Diechmann, Deceased, dated Jan. 19ih, J9-.2. having been Uiis day filed, opened id read. Monday the nth day of April. 194-*. is fixed for hearing proof of same t t h e Court House in Mason City, Iowa before the District Court of said County or ihe ClerJ; ot said Court: and at * o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all personj interested arc hereby notified and required to appear, a n t : show cause, if any iney have, why said nstrumem should net be probated . allowed as and for the last Will and Testament nf snicl deceased. Daied at Mason City. Iowa, March 13th 194-J. S. il. MacPEAK. Ctcrk of District Cour By MARGARET RIL5Y, Deputy Lost, Found hag of giowing masli. Money to Loon P A Y N O W FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAXES And avoid the last minute rush and long lines at the Internal Revenue Office. 'erhaps. like many others, you are find* ng yourself short o£ cash for other ne- essities. Don't mar your credit for lacic tf ready cash. See us today. CASH LOANS 530 TO $300 United Financial Service FAMILY F I N A N C E COUNSELLORS ', North Federal Ovor Foirl H o p k i n s ·n:L. r7 MASON CITY. IOWA Farm and City Mortgages 4% FARM -- 4 U % CITY No commissions. W. L. Patton 109.EAST STATE Don't Cash War Bonds $30 - EMERGENCY LOANS - $300 LOW COST. QUICK SERVICE Established 20 Years SECURITY LOAN CO. P. M. SIMON, Mgr. Room 321 Phone 412 First Katl. Bld« Produce (Merchant Quotations) Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY--B'or Monday Sg^s, current receipts . .. ,29c Springs, heavy breeds . - . .24c -.eghorn springs, 2 Ibs, over 21c ieavy hens . 21c Hens, under 1 Ibs 18c !ocks, heavy ]7c Cocks, Leghorns 15c All No. 2 Poultry 4 cents less gs, at retail , .. .38c Gutter, Iowa State Brand . . . . 4 9 c Sutler, Corn Country I8c Butter. Brookfield 49c NEW TOItK P R O D U C E CHondiiy M a r k e t ) New Ynrli. r.-P, -- Butter «2 days' receipts) 1,101,203; firm. . 1 Maximum prices set by O. P. A. for bulk butler in car- ;cns delivered New Ycrkf : Creamery, ligher than 92 score nnd prcinium marks ( A A i 42«ic: 92 score (A) -IHic; 30 store- (Bl 41 [ L c ; ft!) score (Ci -lie. (Tubs lj cent 3 pound more on all grades. I Cltcc«c (U days' receipts) 4-JO.Q33; nominal. no quotations. Eggs (2 days' rcc EM pis t 49.570 ; v.-cak. C tirr en t gen era 1 w h oles;t le sc] 1 in n prices follow: Mixcct colors, special No. I to NOTICE OF S J I E K I F I ' S SALE STATE OF" TOWA, Ccrro Gordo County ss. To F. W. Ztfiers and Virginia tgners nuil Co \vhcm il may concern: You are hereby notified t h a t by virtm of a special execution, to me (lirec'ed flfid issued oui of the office of Hie Cierl of the District Court of the Stale of Iowa w i t h i n and for Cerro Gordo County, upoi fi judgment rendered in said Court :n favor of Alva Pedehy and against F. W EgRer.s antJ Virginia Egfjcrs. for the sun of Eleven Thou.··and one hundred fifty-on^ nnc! Jo-100 Dollar.-;, debt, and Twcnty-twi ;md U5-100 Dollars, cb^ts. and One Hun dred f i f t y - o n e and 51-100 Dollar?. tomey's fee. I have levied u p o n the fol low ins described real cstati* to \vit: The West Twenly-ln-o :·! f r r l n I,oI Si-c ( l i t . Hloek T t r e n t y - f i v e ''~), in I'.iill Kelt's I'lal ft I M.tsun City. Iowa, and t h a t cm 1hc 171li day 01 April. 19^4. n t a o'clock P. .%!,, at t h e front cicor of 1hc Court H mrso in Ma*on City. Cerro Gordo County, lo-.va. I will proceed to sell Ilio name in ?att£fac'ioi\ of paid execution, together v.-ilh ail le^al costs accruing Datctl nt t h p Sheriffs cffice in Citv or Mr.ron City, Jou-n. this IClh day of JMareh. TIM R. PHALEN. Sheriff of Ccrro Gordo County. Iowa By ELSIK RAMSEY. Deputy Sheriff JN'O. A. SENNEFF. A t t o r n e y N O T I C E OF FntST M E L T I N G - OK CREDITORS In the District Court of the L'nUcri Stales for Ihc Northern District of Iowa, Central fJi\-iMoii. !u the Matter i( Frank Theodore Biir- fxrl, ,Tr., n s n k r u p E . No. :;sfI iti Bank- ruyley. To the Creditors of Frank Theodore Eurgart. Jr.. of Mason City in the Comity of Ccrro Gordo, and district aforesaid. a b a n k r u p t : Notice is hereby Riven that t-aid Frank Theodore Burgart. Jr.. has- been duly adjudged n bankrupt on n petition filed bv h h n on the Kith dav of -March. 1J-J4. .nnd that the first nu'etiiin of his creditors will be- at the office cf !h« undersigned Iteferec at Si- East Stale Street, in Mason City. lowii. n:i ihc 31st day or* March 1944, at ifi o'clock A. M.. at wliicli place and time the said creditors may attend. prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ;ip- nt it committee of creditor. 1 ?, examine t h e bankrupt, ynd transact such other idint'ss as m.iy properly come before id meeting, D.-itccl at Mascn City. Iowa, this 20th day of March, 19-34. HOWARD M. REMLEY li'jfufcu in Bankruptcy LET US HELP YOU WITH A LOAN You can borrow $25.00, S50.00. S 150.00, $250.00 and up Irom FEDERAL for such purposes as Taxes, Fuel, Medical Bills and any other worthy purpose. Federal Discount Corp. 19 J .i! North Federal Phone 51G R. G. HAINES, Manager Optometrists 1 1 WISE parents \',-:l] have their children's eyes examined. Sec Dr. Knutson. Opt., Weir bids. Chiropractors A11 HEALTH through normal nerve function. Dr. R. J. and Dr. L.ticy E. Garner. 70C North Federal. Beauty Shops CALL WILLIAMSON'S for ihe better permanent waves. Complete barber and beauty service. 3 flth N. E. Ph. 3742, Radio 16 FOR SALS- Complete radio stock. Up to date Tube Tester. Mulli-meier Signal sencrator. Extra meters. Tubes. Vol. Controls. Condensers. Resistors, Traiis- :ncrs. etc. V/rile for inventory. C. J. Erady. BeJmond. la. , No. 4. 47 Ibs, and over 4S Ibs. . n verage 34Vi^,33c: extra No. I to No. 2. and over S-J'/a 1 ** S5c; -13 Ibs. aver- ic'-i'^c; medium. 4i! lb^. .ivcr- 'i 30'jc: pullets ^j to 37 Iba, 27c; t receipts 43 Ib... averasc '·'·} 'j'" divtiu 43 Ibs. 31 '',c: check.'; M l :-c." .O I'Ot'LTRV Oloitd^y M a r k i l Chic.i=o. i.-r --Poultry, live, f i r m : cars. -2 trucks; hens 2-lc: Leghorn hens -·Ic: colored. broiiera, fryers, . s print^3 2?i ^c: Rock?, broiler:-, frycrp. .prfnj^ 21'^c: rooslci'.i 20c: duck- L'.'.c; s^ccsc l!.ic; yonng Uirkcys 22 1 j to 3oc; olti turkeys C O ' j to liSc. Dealh Notices HAGEN, Mrs. J. F.. W. died at her home. I50i Pennsylvania S, £.. Saturday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock, follow an illness. Funeral services will be held Tuesday nflcrnoon at 2 o'clock at the St. James Lutheran church, with tlm Rev. O. Mall officiating. Burial will be at ihc Hock-A-eJl cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in ehnrpc. RUGLAN'D. Mrs, S. L., 3i. died at local h n j p i t a t Sunday morning at o'clock. folio\vi]iK .-in iEhicss. Funeral .serviced w i l t be held at Ihtr ^lajor Memorial chapel Wednesday afternoon 2 o'cInL-k with the Rev. M. O. Lcc. pa=- lor of Central Lnthctan church, ofii- cirxtjnf;. Buri.nl will be a; the ' Clear Lake cemetery. The Tilajor funeral home in charge. Seeds, Feeds 7 FOR SALE--Control seed c.its. extra soot! Ames (esled. Eelmond Ph. 16F-12. lir.er E. We:izel, jMeservey. COXTROL Stcil oals. 3 mi. N. ot Kockford on H7. Clyde Baker. FOH SALIC-- 800 bii. Cleaned, germination derson Bros- 4 mi. S.. Control oats. 7 r ^ purity. An- W. of Ventura. FOR SALE--1.000 on. corn. Ph. 339-J2. FOIt SALE--Baled .ilmlfa iisy. SOo hale. Gco. F. Gerk. Clear Ijtke. Help Wanted, Mate 20 CHICAGO rRouix'K Chicago. ;.?--En tier, firm: receipts .il^.IBO; creamery butter. Sit .-core ' AA ll'vc: 32 i A i 4!r: 30 ' U p 404 c: fig i C ' 40 1 4c: cook ing '·?·* J-'tr: ccntr;ili/cti car- Erv;:. receipts 27.P04; WM'K: U. S. I ^pcei.ils ^") : _- :o 3fic; t". S. e:-itr;ss i - l j j !ti ; r^oc: ^t^nriards 1 to 4. 3II to o3-ic: ciir- rcni rcccipls n i c ; dirtic-s .lO'jc; checks \ BRL-XKER. Gcor«c.« I!-. 53. died suddenly at hLs iiotuc. 1120 Pennsylvania N. K.. Sunciay inorninj;. follo^ving a brief ill- tui.^-.-. Funeral arransements art incomplete. The Major funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks F, u-ivh ui t l i n n k our inan? friciuls and neighbors for the kind expressions s y m p a t h y .incl the hcnt;;f[u[ floral icriri«,s flntJ oilier ihoujjhti'vil deeds ai ic tinit- of our bcreavcrr.cn; caused by the rlcath of our beloved daughter and L;iitci-. .Minnie Harms. By Stcnus Harms and f a m i l y . to C ongress Washington. IJPi--C h ;i i r in n ti Martin Dies of (he house committee on urtAmeric-iin activities Saturday ;iccep!eci an invitation to follow Walter Winchell on the r;i- | din Ihe night of March 26. In aunouncins his acceptance. Ihc Texas clemociat loosed a new blast in his feud with the columnist and commentator, hinting t h a t he might return the compliment by i n v i t i n g Winchell to be a guest of his committee--under subpcnn. "I am accepting the offer of WincVicll's sponsor to follow him. lo answer false and misleading statements he has heretofore made about me. Dies said in an interview. i Tile Texan announced Friday he huci issued a subpcnn for ail scripts and records from Witi- chcll's programs for the last 2 years. The material \v;\s needed. Dies ?aid, in the committee's investigation of w h a t he called "a planned campaign to siiiear congress by niisstalcmenls and innuendo." The Ilcvca tree, best source of natural rubber, can be grown successfully in all middle American countries. More than 23.000 American In- tlians are in the armed services. BOARD AND ROOM B y G E N E A H E R N Funeral Directors 1OU WArr H c , V/HEM T ^UM Vf,V' OUT PATTERSON* Funeral Home. Known (or 5-crviu-r. Arr.bnltirtre. 3,22 North Wash- instnn. Plione 1HO. Mi; A *;/CO5E B£EL=R"/ SO/.NETlJV.cS VGU r-MSTAVCHI-U.' HROW A HE!F£R-LOO! 1_A1.3S, ( THEM FLU 8PJ MS OUT HI5 r F A 3K VA'rXX) -BOA-RD H15 MCOS MAJOR funeral Elomc. 2ia Second N. 7,. K f l i c i e n t Service plus Reverence. Ara- btilaticc. Phone McAULEV and Son f u n e r a l Home. Com- rvice day and night. Piionc- C.il. Homo. A b e a u t i f u l ;i»T be t-0it!v. Ambulance "WANTED Body and Paint Man S45 per week KUavaiitcccl plus commission. ZENOR MOTOR CO. CUYPTOQUOTE--A cryptogram quotation K I T U X W R C Y W T H T P X T C E F T H Y R U X W R C. E H L 1 E A T H Y A E D M T -C Y B 1 Y G D T C. Saturday's Cryploquole; THE EAR IS A LESS TRUSTWORTHY WITNESS THAN THE EYE--HERODOTUS. Livestock AUCTION WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 -- 1 P. M. 500 Head of Livestock 2SO HEAD OF CATTLE--'Jl head of sood Hereford steers, wcisht 825 Ibs.; 20 heart of Shnrlhoru blccrs. weight "30 Ibs.; 25 head of Shorthorn heifers, wriiht B50 Ibs.; 11 head of Holslciii steers, v v c i s h t (SCO Ibs.; 7 head of Ilolstcin sprin?iiiK heifers. Balance of run sprinsiiiR rows, springins heifers, brceclinr; bulls, veal calves nnd ii good run of butrhcr slock. MH, FAUMEK--Please try to have your livestock in by 12-30 or as soon (hereafter as nossiblc. The market is active on all classes of livestock. All consignments receive pcrsinial attention. 175 HEAD OF HOGS--GO head of Poland China fecdim: hogs weight i.iO Ibs., long lime vaccinated; brood sous, boars, fall piss and fat hojis. ' 75 HEAD OF SHEEP--Ewes, ewes with lamb at side, fcedin- lambs, fat lambs, and bucks. Forest City Auction Co. If you are interested in making Fermaoemt" Connectioinis with a Definite F u t u r e you should Regardless of p r e s e n t position (e.xcept essential industry) call 3384 and ask Miss Berg to arrange for appointment. WE CAN offer loca! and nationwide opportunities to the right men, at beginning earnings (local from S30.00 to 360.00 per week). HIGHLY qualified applicants will be considered for positions paying in e x c e s s of S3,rJOO annually. Montgomery Ward Co, Mason City, Iowa Merle C. Hill. Mgr.. Phone 4R1 Sale Barn, Phone Grern

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