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' ! ' ii Page 14 THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL - MUSCATINE, IOWA - .- . ...... . . Space Savers for Small Kitchens FT Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1949 1,200 Present At Open House Arranged By PTA i" An estimated! 1,200 persons in--; eluding parents, 1 students . and 'friends, attended the open.- house held at Jefferson, 'a ad Grant schools Tuesday evening under the sponsorship! of ' the Jef ferson-Grant P.T.A. f ' ! -v'v.,- . j v The class rooms and other part's of the. building , were , decorated - for the Christmas season.: Work of the classes was displayed in the various rooms, and .teachers were preserit to explain and discuss the -work with the visitors. " . t . No formal proRram was presented with thej evening being devoted to inspecting work displays In the various rooms. , ' Chicago Cash- Grain i.' - l .' j - I I , - Chicao, De. 'It. ia"H-tVhat: 'Not 4 red, 12.19. ' i Corn: No. 2 yellowj $1 .38' to) $1,331; No. i. 11.294 to t.82H: N'o. 4. 1.26 to S1.28.; So. t (old). 11.29. . ...v -i I ; .- : ; V Oats: No. '1 heavy white, 79Ue; medium No. 1 White, 78 hc; Noi 3 heavy -white, 78c;" No, 1 heavy pecial red. JC y V,V V J: 1 1 I ) ; Barley, nominla; tnsKifrig,, 91.26 ' t ?1.62; feed, soe loiJ23. 1 I 1 Soybeans: . It yelllow, to $! SI track Chicago: No. ,.2i country station.' . 3 20 i track- Chicago Produce ; Chicago. IK-c. 14. (t'SiDA;)-!-Lite poultry, steady;.;, freceipts 2$ trucks; prices unchanged! I ' , ' :Butter, steady; receipts! 298,982! prices unchanged. "'-. I - 'i ' '! Kgrss, weak; receipts lj.72!3:: prices iinchatnged to 2c a dozJlpwer; U, .43. extras, 396! tl. S. stanqafdS. Sjc to 37c; J icurrent- receipt, . S5c'J dirties, 33c; checks, 32c. jf 1 t I . ' ' Brother Eagles Kiddies' CHRISTMAS PARTY Friday, Dec. (16 STAGE SHOW 9 P. Mi SANTA CLAUS WILL BE HERE TO DISTRIBUTE t TREATS TO THE CHILDREN ! ; i , . -.1 . . . ' . You , Must . Have Paid-Up Receipts to Be Admitted ii mm nw,wnwiji'iimCTi m ' . . ; ( t t , JTJ f 1 11 mi ! i I i I I-.' . mm .V. '-iLJl : j A. ft 7t 1? - -"- :-1 S i'l I I HI I I II ' . ,y . Jt. .r ' , ' I- - i 7SiST!L?tIfeV, fe lesine o". enonomy of space in minute kitchens. The gas range Kleft) has r-tti JZSmiFF1: ihe dhwasher (center) doubles as sink and clothes-wash-r. toe smaUy washer tnght) dtiiizes kitchen sink as rinsinc tubs. ! i By GAILE DUG AS I NEA Staff Writer I, Making life easier 'for1 'the Housewife , who : works la cramped space, is the ptjrpose of new aids that banish drudgery from the vest-pocket kitchen, t 1 Starred on the list of new conveniences is a: gas range which Will broil steaks on - hoth j sides without turning and can be concerted into 1 a ; small ,oven when the grid .is removed. The ' grid, which: is elevated, is provided with a high visibility: window in the oven door J so (that the lady-chef can keep her eye on the meat that cooks evenly and- browns uniformlyion both sides. This gas range, whichy has both; a broiler and regulation" oven, ! also has a temperature control to eliminate guesswork in timing. whose Small admit no large Can have a scaled to her Because the and over the The : housewife quarters ! Will washing - machine j vest-pocket washer kitchenette size, i wringer- swings up sink, no rinsing tubs are needed. This makes the machine ideal for small or frequent washings or for keeping a , mountain of baby clothes down to a decent size. A clothes-arid-dishvasher sink, which makes light of drudgery by polishmg off j several chores, is also designed for use in homes or apartments with limited ;space, or for the one-floor house without basement, The new sink washes the dishes, does the laundry ) and during idle moments serves as a sink. When the faucet swings left, it fills I the washer. Turned right, is fills i the sink. i i ,, r When the dishes are finished (a full service for six can be washed, rinsed'jarid (dried 'in five, minutes flat) a quick change of tubs converts tine machine" into a Clothes washer, ready to clean j up! eight pounds of dirty clothes. When the unit is not In use, it can ; be stored under the sink'in a special cabinet which provides "a home for soaps detergents and other washing aids. rjead the Clarified Page Tonjte. V, ...... j ... i; . i TO HELP TOO 'VIttY:OAY;ltC5S5- vtewwi .... k h ii : ; from Pmf 2 of ' '.'.f Thi. Nowpor ' 24 WONDERFUL COOKBOOKS IN THE COMPLETE SET Recipes, Memo, and Helpful Sugg, tions for Easier Meals ! jc Hundreds of Gorgeous Pictures that Show Tom r Exactly How It's Done' 0? - "K Packed with Practical Hints for Saving Time, 'I Money, and Energy . "'v -.v. .''id" : N MUSCATINE JOURNAL OFFICE AT Wilton, Junction ! JAKE S SUPER MARKET L or the ECONOMY MARKET AT m j West Liberty THE BARGAIN CORNER or MORRIS GROCERY Columbus Junction V THE ECONOMY MARKET or ROSS DRY GOOD i AT' , HIE CLOVER FAR31 STORE or SERV-A-SELF 1 tlSD QD fll' 3D CBIM 1-50 SMcks-Mm lw 1-500 Dt&cioits Urn 4-2S0 War to Pros Poultry m4 Cm lirdt , 5 - 2S0 Work Pits m4 Pattrm : 6 250 DKdovs Soaai 7 -500 Ddidous U idi 8 250 Wf$ ! Proaaro Moot 9-250 Rsh W Soa t9 300 Ways la Sot Efts 11-250 Ways to Sana rWth VagstaWas j"V 1 y t2-250 LasdaM Dmim j Ways al SarvH PatataM ' . W-500 Tarty tJ-TW Omit Baak-idi 250 2S0 GF-1W Caaba pJ300Dsldaai 19-250 SO-250 23-2,000 Ml Facts ttaat 24 t 1 Yaw Omaha Livestock Omaha,. Dec.. 14-' W (USDA) Hogs salable 12,500; jtictive;' barrows and gilts mostly 2 0c higher; sows steady ti 25c up: good and choice 180 ' to. 540 lb.- balrrows ! and gilts $14.75 to $15.25; bulk i $13 tolj.lO; 240 to 20 lbs.. $14.50 to S13i 270 to 300 lbs.Ji $14.25 to $14.75; 300 to 360 lbs., 51 to $14.25; good and choice 270 to 400 lb. sows 12.75 'to $13; 400 to 550 jibs.,: $12.25 to $12.75; stags $8 tO: $ : Cattle salable 6,000 ; calveg salable 300; fedi steers slow, steady to. 25c lower against Tuesiday'js; islow close, some bids off more on medium to good short fed steers with weight; heifers sharing in decline on steers; cows uneven,, mostly iiteady ; - some bids lower on beef cowst bulls aftd vealers steady ; -stockers and feeders slow, steady to W'eak;; one load high Erood liehtweiahf fed! steers i $33; strong weifeht sters held hipht-r; ma jority medium and ' good new crep steers $21 to $27; few,1 loads upward to $28; medium to low good heifers $20! to $-25.25; medium and ?ood cows $14.50 to $16.30; few good l7; cutter and common cows " $12.75 to $14.23; canners" $11.50 to $121.25';; good i sausage bulls $18 to $18.23; medium and good vealers $20 to $24. j ' Sheep salable.' 3,000; rather slow, slaughter lambs, under 95 lbs. opened 25c to'50c higher; heavier lambs 25c to 50c higher; heavier lambs 25c to to is 6c-'lower; but sizable . supply tin-sodfl at 10:15 a.-m-; . ewes and feeder lanibs unchangtja; several loads; and lots' good and, choice around SO to 95 lb. fed - wooled - lambs $22.25 to $22.00; little done on. heavier lambs-but few sales around 110 lbs., $19.75 to $20; coinmo to Rood, slaughter ewes $8, to ll.'r.O;.. few partly, fattened wooled iamb's to commercial feeder $22.50.;' j; j , : .'? .( Iowa j Hog Review ' Des Moines, Dee. 14 01 (I'SDA) Receipts today (estimated); 80,000, week ago 54,000;. year ago! 55.30m, actuals 'Tuesday 6i.0ou. -j Coveri unloads at two packing plants, in southern Minnesota and; 12 plants and ! approximately 'Ml concentration yards in l Iowa, incliliding some additional out - of - state shipping arid country buying stations. flather acttiVe. Prices l steady to 25c higher, instances up more. ;-' Barrows & gilt's, good & choke: ! lo-' t ISO lbs; ISO to 2f'i. l!.s . 200 ; to l220 lbsf . . . .:. . 220 to 210 lbsi.; ...... 240 to 270 lbsj.' . - . 570 to 3ti0 lbs.' I ...... 30 to 330 lbs!. 33. to 360 lb. ... . . . . Sows, good &s choice: 270 to 330 lli. ...... 330 to"' 30 lbs. ... 360 to 460 lbt." f.i... Sows, good: 400 to 456 lb. 450 to 530; lb. ...... Locai Markets POULTRY AND EGGS Heavy hens oyer AW- lbs., 18c; lights and Leghorns, I6c; sjprings, 4 lbs. and over, 22c; lights. Leghorns and hybrids; 18c; cocks, 12c. Eggs No. 1, 34c; No. 2, 24c. :i LOCAL HOG MARKET : (Quotations furnished by the ; I J. P. Squire Co.) i ; I Good to choice truck hogs: SI 2.30-1 4.75 li4.(041 5.00 14.50Jl5.0O 14. 25-15. 00 14.00-14.73 13.50-1 4. 5J 13 25-14.25 12.7514.00 13.00-13.75 12.30-i3.50 12.25-13.25 i -ii . 11.75-13.00 10.75-12.75 ORANGE LEAVES STUDIED , Riverside, Calif. (4') They are "reading" orange leaves here; but not the way a fortune teller scans tea leaves, tfnivefsity of California chemiste grind up orange leaves arid analyze them to see what the plajnt needs in the way of food. "You are about to meet a tall, handsome bag of fertilizer," is the forecafet for an orange tree that shows iys hungry by what rs lacking in its leaves, i 140 to' 163 lbs 160 ton 180 lbs 180 to 20.0 lbs. 200- to 220 lbs. 220 toll 240 lbs. 240 top 270 lbs. . 270 to! 300 lbs. 300 to 330 lbs. . . . . . 330 tp 360 lbs. ....... Good to choice sows: 270 to 300 lbs. i. ' 300 to! 330 lbs. '. 330 to 26D lbs. ... 360 to; 400 lbs. 400 to 450 lbs.! . 450 to 500 lus. 500 lbs. and up . Stags (no dockage) 400 to 600 lbs. .$13.00-14.00 . 14.00-14.7.5 . 14.75-15.00 . 14.75-15.00 14.75- 1 i; I! 14.25-14.50 .'" 14.03-145 . 13.50-13.75 .13.25-13.50 13.00- 13.00- ' 13.00- 12.75-13.a0 12.25-12.75 11.75-12.25 10.75-10.75 7 50- 9 50 JAPANESE STUDENTS AIDED Tokyo j (JP) The Japan, chapter of the Military Government Association is lending;, a hand tu Japanese j seeking education in the United States, i Funds for travel and incidental expenses not covered by! scholarships i.re being raised through public subscription. Miss Ethel B. Weed of Cleveland, Ohio, a member I of the occupa tion's! civil information and education: section is chairman of tfaie driveJ A minimum of $10,000 Ion the initial fund: is sought. ; i , Estimated" Receipts. . rhiuasio, D.T.I i 1 . i.-Pi ' I DA pi f Kti'nifttfd salable j.ll.ivesick reo:iiit s for 'Thursday: -ii '. ' ' i ' ; " ' HoC l.m0. ' ' ; . ;.i i , ; 1 Cattle 4.000. . ' r - j, i- t?hee-p 3.000. ' ' -f i ! ? i , - - !.- v t. -vi ! i ' 1 vV f)V ';: C-W'f I . - j . . m S 3 ft ANTED WANTED - Local hauling of. Livestock. Phong 3094-J. Paul McGill. v - WANTED All ladies Of the com-; munity to tune in every Thursday morning to statiojn KWPC at 10:45 a. m. and hear Mrs. Charles Opel's program. - "The Women's Club of the Air," We are sure you , will enjoy every minute j of . this outstanding program. EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS housework in Muscatine in Christian h6me. 'Address: Jean ; Noble, Moscow, Iowa, co Gerald 'Valet. ' h .'---. d:: - . '' WANTKD; Gener. 1 Insurance Attn cy.r Four yearn ' ot experience Phone 569i Wapello, ) - ; ' i f i )-'" WANTED. TO RENT Garage in vicinity of 111 East fth. Phone 1918-W after 4:30. ! WANTED parried man . wants year around farm work. - Phone i A-100, Wilton. ;! ; . : , . . 1 -. YOUNG MARRIED MAN want , work on farm. Write C Journafc HELP WANTED WANTED Kitchen- help. Hatfield's CafeJ Wilton Junction. FOR RENT 'JAKE" AND JILLS Arriving in New York on the 'SS Atlahtic, Jacob ("Long Jake") Nacken, a sevenfoot, eight-inch slant from ? Germany, got a chance to display his muscle... Comfortably perched or) his arms are showgirls Siri, left, and Rosemary Kitteton, who are themselves over six feet till.? Jake's real mission-toSlh lS. is to play the part of the "world's largest Santa Claus" for a Hew I I ' i Jersey motor car company. w leat Weakness Unsettles Grains Chicago, pressure d Dec. 14 rlP; Selling reeled at ! December wheat knocked that contract down more than 3 cents at times on the board of trade today. Weakness in December wheat unsettled the rest of the grain market, although Julj wheat held steady. ' , Last day for trading in December contracts is Dec. 20. There appeared to be liquidation in all December deliveries by ! longs who werje not anxious to obtain grain. The downturn came in the face of substantial j export business by the private trade. i , '. a heat closed 2 1-2 1 lower to 3-8 er, December S2.20 1-2 to 344, icorn was unchanged to 1-2 lower, December : S1.J1 1-2 to. o-8, oats were unchangedto lr2 lower. De U 1 O 1 ' . . t- Taft Says Pplic Concerned About Spending Policies .' rWashirigtoh-H;) Senatoc Taft (jR-Ohio) said today the greatest concern of the votersVis "th size of the public debt and the "spending policy of the. government." j This was. his finding' after.- a 13-week campaign in whicli he covered 75 Ohio, counties. Taft said in a statement from- his-office here .that he is convinced there is no "slide toward socisrh' among his' constituents. ' I it The Ohioan is a cjndiefate lor re-election to the enattl next year and made his bur :as part of that campaign. Hi3 conclusions carry national weigh? because of his influence in shaping repuDli- ceariber 77 5-8 to 1-2, rye was 1-4 , can strategy as chaitman . of the lower to 1 1 4 higher,! i December SI. 41 3-4, sbybeans were 1-2' higher, December S2.30 1-2 to 3-4, and. lard was 10 to 22 cents a hundred pounds higher, December $10.30.) Grain Futures Cliiraso, Loc 14. (jPl-t . ; . I -,' I Open Ilipli Low Close " AN HK AT J Deo.. . J. . .2J3 Mar. .....221 Ma V . . . JulVi ... Sl."li -l . . I i I 1 Mar. ... M . . . '. . IiA- .... sspp- IVr. .... M It Mav . . . , .Inly ... S-p. uyi: I fc ... May ... .lulv ... i 1 1 r'i Mr' ' 1 1 1 " .1131 1 12 1 I -' -M4 l . 7 -s 1.42 1 1 4 ISO .1.47" a.ift u '.ao-- 5.1 2.20 2.1 4 's 2.14T 1 n 1 "71, t. .1. . . l.OtlH 1 "0 !, 1 1 4 1 1 l-,lJ 1 1 3lt 1 1 - 1 12 .64 7 .filU 1,U V 1.41 147'-. 1.1M, 1.47'- 1.41! 'i 1 It. i 1 4t -O-i lit. Mar. "1 '1 :' 32 i. ?.o 34 senate GOP republican s-; policy committee. . ,' - si &m j "I do not think tfsat vdrkmen are by any means' persuaded in favor of the socialistic planned economy, hand-out ? state? principles supported by Jhe GlO and AFL leadership," Taft said, i He said the real danger of such proposals is that the bulk Of voters will 1 greet them with j little interest. , ! 'S i- ."My ,own ;ob and t&at OJ others conceriied with the ? preservation Of liberty and the American system is to bring the issuesi;directly' and forcefully to the'.-people," ne declared. - : Ps I FOR RENT Store room ' in Hersh'ey Bldg., next Pa lace Theatre, I mmedi- , ate possession . Phone Or-rie Glatstein, 2927.1 ' ( , ; FOR RENT 4 room furnished apartment.! Downstairs. Private bath. $12 per week. Phone 2779-W. . MODERN BUNGALOW for rent on black top in county, 2 miles from city limits. Call 1842-W. 'Taj FOR RENT Two room furnished apartment. Three room house. 1206 Mulberry. -i FOR RENT Two room modern,". unfurnished, downstairs apartment. Phone 2468-W. ! . FOR RENT 4 room unfurnished apt Utilities furnished. Adults only. Phone ; 15S4-W. ... - 1 FOR RENT All modern 2 bedroom -homev 60 per mont ) Write B JournaL - ; ;.. ' FOR RENT Two room furnished i apartment ; Partly 'modern. Adults. Phone 145. , ,i ;f FOR RENT Modern sleeping ! room. Gentlemen preferred. 301 ' West 2nd. j '-. . FOR RENT Furnished apart- : ! ment. Utilities furnished. Phon 4D07-W. .:A' 7-' . I- Mav , July . 1. VRD tec. ...... Jan. ..... Mar. ..... May ..... JulV ...... !.29 10.1. -. ' M ft 7 10. 2. V 10.30 sf i ? ; i 10 Id ' lo-lo 10 1'. VS 10 it ltt-12 10.4A: 10.4k 1 1' i' to:. :.2a 10.30 10.12 10.27 10.40 10.45 FOR RENT 3 room furnisheS I 1 apartment. ! Adults only. Call 612-W. - i "j :' ' :! . ; FOR RENT -r 3 room furnished i apartment. Adults. 607 East 6th. FOR ; RENT t- 3 room ! furnished apartmnet. Heated. Phone 122. FOR RENT Furnished two room apartment. 605! Ea 4th. : j I IOST O LOST Hampshire . boar between" i Muscatine and Wapello. Number 177. Chester Smith. Call 3615-W or Wapello Sale Barn; ; LOST Pearl beads. Saturday. 1 Reward. Phone 2836-J after 5:33. . . .-".!,-';:., :. ' '" IOWA LIVESTOCK BIDS N EW YORK STOCKS CLOSING QUOTATIONS, DECEMBER 14, 1949 ' ati Can 100S8 I T Am Rad 't St S II Am Smelt. & ltef- r.O-'i Am Tel & Tel 14tift Am Tob 75 5 i; Anaconda 2 h i 1 1 Armptur & Co S-1:! , Atch T & S P 9S?i Bendix Aviation 36 T Beth iteel 32 ' Boeirip Airplane 23' Case 41-f Chryisler 64i Cons Kdison Corn Producl Deere A Co J9 5 Pupont 61 U i ' '2S'4 Mini-- ; Gen. Electric 41 ; ien Foods 48 Vi (len MoOtrS .70 ',4 Goodrich 69 i O.odyear 43 Illinois pentral 33 In Harv ,29 U!' Irtt T.el & Tel ;3"i : hn .T Monty Ward ; 54- NaSh-eKlvinator 16 Natl Dairy! Prod 38 iX Y Central 10 . Tenney 54 T'enh R K 14i Tepsi Cola 87h Phillips Pet 68 7 , RSio Corp 12 "J, Sears Roebuck 43'j Socon y-aVcuum 16v .std Brands 21 4 Std Oil Ind 44"' Slid Oil N J 69 Htjidebaker i4i. . Swift & Co 33 Ti Texas Co 61 -" 1'nited Air. Lines 13'4 I'nited Aircraft 25 7 U S Oypsum 110 U ! s Rubber! 3S ' - TT (S Steel 26g .Wst.Un Tel. "A" ls' Wilson & Co 12 Voolworth 41. :.-! - i- r i -.-vi Coupon Good THURS. 11 A. M. to2 mm mmm m Wll&m? mm lJsfimW 13 HOURS ONLY 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. GRAHAM DRUG CO. h ; 301 EAST 2nd St. ; 16 1 1 f ii 'tflijif n? ill . . i . f 4 .'- ssnaxD sin 8rapl ob lplT on c't b Br Thursday, 11 a.Nn'- t fl p. m I.Mva nmn.iM rill Via raitnaJ fni nn. . (Furnished by fct S. Department of Agriculture). WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1'949. -- Cedar Butchers-Waterloo I Rapids Ottumwa ieo to 170 lbs. $12.00. 170 to 180 106. i 13.Qfj 180 to 200 lbs. ! 14.0Q 200 to '220 lbs. 14 50 220 to 240 lbs. 14.5Q 240 to 270 lbs. 14. 'W 270 to 300 lbs. 13.73 300 to 330 lbs. 13. 3Q 330 to 360 lbs. 13.23 1 : SOWS ' j. s 270 to 330 lbs. 13.00 300 to 330 lbs. 13.00 330 to 360 lbs, ! 12.75 36V) to 400 lbs. I 12.50 400 to -450 lbs. 12.00 450 to 500 lbs. 11.50 500 to 550 lbs: ll.Oi) 12 25 4 00 14.50 ,14.25 14 00 13.75 13.50 13 25 h3.25 i 3.25 .13 00 12 75 ' 12 25 sil.75 "11.25 $13.1.0 14.10 14.60 14.60 14.35 14.10 13.85 13.60 1335 13.50 13.25 13.00 12.50 12.00 11.50 ,11.00" Austin , $1090 , 12.50 1475 14.75 14.50 14.25 14.00 13.75 1350 ' - -.' 13.35 , 13.10 1 12.75 12.50 ,12.25 ' 11.75 11.35 Mason Citv ; $12.30 13.50 14.50' , 14.50 14.25 14.03 13.75 13.60 13.15 Fort Dudge IS..... 11.50 - 13.50 14.50 14.25 14.00 ; 13.75 i 13.5fX-' 13.25" 13.00 1 V 12.75' ' 12.50 12.25 11.75 r' 11.25 ; 1325 13.25 13.00 1175 12.50 12i)0 11.50 ! H Here's' That Hard-lb-Fihd . - ; ' ' va. i t One They Can Always Use! One Dollar's Worth of Bus Bides in An Appropriate f Gift Packet! '- '-!' i ;.- - - - . ; - - 4 Yoiir Bus Driver -i-.!i!::;J -v - I:--.---: Has It Ready for You! Ask Him or Call at the Office Ivlidvest Transit Lines T A Citizen of Muscatine S6J A ! I ; ' '''"-.-'

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