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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 24, 1948
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'and Veterans'Guide— Ron t Worry If Draft Board t Sent Questionnaire THOMAS M. NIAL * don't be ha ven't got- hasn't special "ication aready ,v, from ce ' and fe *I quest '°™aire are in som e class - even 21 2 ° years old - for quite But sooner and th» n ° r ater it: wil1 com e and then, as you know, you return it within fin ,•(. V 10 day" *Ar, . Sum Insurance m insur- than HERE and THERE Scarville ft- Mrs. A. J. Brudv obert Riedel ig N. T T w VP- 0061 ' 1 medel and J ames Johnsdju of St. Paul, Minn Sn 3 r, d *? rs ' l he °dore Julson and Dak A y r n AL SioUX Falls > S. n*£" ™ ' ^% me of L 'y° n s, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Nels Brudvie of Fergus Falls, Minn., and Wa ! ace , Brudvig of Decorah attended the funeral of the Rev. A N. Brudvig. Garner—Deputy County Treasurer Dolores Lenz has Thompson _ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brady and family of near Woden accompanied by Mrs. Chrys Brad? of Thompson left for Richland Mont., where they will vTsit reS Nashua-Mrs. Ronald Ingraham who lives in the Ableiter apart? to surgery Scarville — Mr. and Mrs. Nels Brudvig of Fergus Falls, Minn were recent guests at the L B •tslom home. t» Darner—The Hancock county «• i. A. board of directors held a ing at the local office Tues- man?MMf a £ W ^ ischa '*!S d «!^ h ^° ufh Fellowship ^ Charles City hospital Sun- Wodcn—walter Pihl suffered broken ankle in a fall on icy side- tie will be confined Midwest Livestock ~~ Ruth Ann and n ° f Wav «-ly are spend- ng their Christmas vacation at the home of their parents, Mr. and Thornton— The Brownies with then- leader, Mrs. Don Ruish and ° £ the Methodist itthB re o « they can get the balance write to know in n paid that way. F T., Pittsburgh: s drawing the mar- fnr ^- * n * ? ubsis tence allowance ior his training under the GI bill «e and I have separated and I wonder if r m not supposed to get some of that allowance Am I?" Yes, but you must apply for it Notify whatever VA regional of- rice is -paying your husband the allowance and ask for the form for apportionment of subsistence allowance. Automatically Exempt "•n. J. E. M., Louisville: "Can 18^ years old who is already In the service and is to' receive a discharge this month be drafted? He enlisted 18 months ago, and spent no time overseas." No. Any one who spent at least Luther to Appear on Air Church Decorah— Luther college by the tho n.i---•w'-- a skating party at the Dale Brede farm Tuesday evening. Following the fun on ice Mrs Brede served a lunch Chester—Dr. and Mrs. Frieling ot Cresco were rerpnt cn, nc .fc. „* of , ,, were recent guests r. and Mrs. Winfield Cray £ as ^.^rs. Jule Schultz and season. f ° lks f ° r the holida y Corwith—Mr. and Mrs C B ?S? fcrs . and 2 children left'for California where they will spend 3 weeks visiting with Mrs. Meyers' {3°s her and her 2 siste « and faml J-Membe o f the Zion f has of National Lutheranism on the Columbia """"•*• of the Air, a feature oMhe la Broadcasting company 9. The program will originate 1 a. m., central standard time, '• radio station WCCO, Min-i nn QC? f f and wil1 be broadcast, coast to coast over CBS. at 9 over be in the na- u ^ • a dlvir >e service in which the Rev. J. W . Ylvisaker, reentry Canty will entertain ..... Mr, T o" a £ D T. r of Gr eene and Mrs Leona Busching on Christ- rn^*o lusy* rnT-Hn rn ™~ Duane Mahl and Gordon Dittmer, students at Iowa City are spending their vacation at the home of their parents . LeRoy, Minn.—The Eastern Star invited guests recently and gifts were brought wrapped to be sent to a needy school in Faribault Crystal Lake—Dean Myhr stu dent at^Lake Forest college, cams' ~ * " holidays with his t e 'l te ^ ained at a Christmas at the parsonage. Games were played and refreshments served with exchange of gifts wa, f C h ~ F1 ° yd M ^ was a business caller Moines Tuesday. m paj ty and exchange of gifts at the .Legion hall. Swaledale— Mrs. Irene Kennedy tu n i" "rj" '."' "• Eak., to spena the holidays with relatives On her return she will spend the winter m Mason City where she will have an apartment. Thornton—Mr. and Mrs. John Landugan left this week for Phoenix, Ariz., to visit at the Joe Johnson home. They expect to be gone several weeks. Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs. . . 150-160 Ibs. . 160-170 Ibs. 170-180 Ibs. . '" 180-ISO Ibs. 190-200 Ibs. 180-200 Ibs 200-220 Ibs. 220-240 Ibs. 240-270 Ibs .'.'"" 270-tfOO Ibs 300-330 Ibs 330-300 Ibs. '..'.'."'.'.'.'. Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs. 300-330 Ibs. 330-360 Ibs 360-400 Ibs. 400-450 Ibs 450-500 Ib (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea. Minn. 25c Austin, Minn. lower S19.50 ?18.75 $18.25 Steady $12.90 $14.90 $15.90 $18.50 $20.00 $20.50 $20.50 $20.50 $18.75 $19.00 $18.25 $17.75 $18.00 $17.75 $17.25 $16.25 $15.75 $15.50 $15.50 Waterloo 25c lower $18.25 $19.75 $20.25 $20.25 $13.50 $18.75 $18.25 $17.75 S18.00 $18.00 $17.50 $17.00 $16.50 $16.50 $18.00 Cedar Rapids 25c lower $16.75 $19.25 $19.50 $20.25 $20.25 $19.50 S18.75 $18.25 $17.75 Dee. 23, 1948 t* Mason City uiote-Gucttt, M»i«n City, Im. in Des •> nPi»v,K ? lig . hti "S from a car at a neighbor's home and fractured an ankle. Mankato! Ie MFn a n.! was^Tecenl guest_ m the home of his Ackley—Margaret McGough 71 ' iC and fractured 'her hn e er hip. She was taken to St. Francis hos P1 tal at Waterloo. rranci s Waucoma — Mr. and Mrs T iw rence Balk are parents " " 5th of the between 16, 1940, and June 24, 1948 failing that, any one who spent at least 90 days in the serv- * Ce -rr, e , cWeen Dec " 7 ' 1941 and Sept. 2, 1945— automatically is exempt further service under TT Luther college, will give the ser- •^'t? pecial music for th e service will be given by the Nordic Cathedral choir from Luther college. Parents, Thornton—Mr, Berkshire left Washington,. D and Mrs. Henry and Mrs Joe Wednesday for C., where they from any the draft. Goes to Estate T> ." , j. m the widow of a navy maa who was killed in action I'm drawing monthly insurance payments, which continue for the rest of my life. Now if I die, what happens to the balance of that insurance Who gets it?" It goes to the estate of your deceased husband. You have no say on who shall receive it. The only exception is: If your husband ori«- Inally provided for a lump sum payment of the insurance to you but you chose to receive it, instead m monthly installments, then the balance would go to your estate. (You may write Major Nial in care of this newspaper concerning your own service-connected problem. Enclose a sell-addressed stamped envelope.) The reindeer is native to northern Europe and Asia, where it has been long domesticated, especially in Russia and Lapland. Heads, Ye Mighty u Leisring; "Salvation I s P™- tv, b ? Tsches »okoff, and Praise the Lord, All Ye Nations" by Sigvart Hofland, a member of the music staff at Luther The Nordic Cathedral choir, or- I* years ago b ^ Do ^tor Steen, now in the east studying music, won the praises of music critics as it toured the will spend Christmas.vlih tS son, Lisle, and family Lisle employed with the Chamber Commerce. w™l R ° y ' u Mimi - — Miss Mildred ?^ k ":... whc ? « employed in Chi- nHn pual, New Hampton Ackley — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Homan have returned from Santa Monica and San Diego, Cal., where they visited Mr. Homan's sister Mrs- Lambert Kramer, and family and their niece, Mrs. Earl Harlun Garner— Rita Humphrey is assisting with duties in the office of Mrs ' J ' A ' Peterson ,r. and Mrs. Rich- Huber attended the wedding of the former's sister, Angela Huber, and Ambrose Ellis at New Hampton Saturday. LeRoy, Minn. — Keith Hall Maynard Killer, who attend Sac- alester college, St. Paul, arrived home for their Christmas vaca- s of .. first year the northwest and Pacific coast last year. This year the choir is under the direction of Weston Noble, a Luther graduate youngest member of the staff. and music Early spring will find the choir again on tour of the middlewest. Sixty students comprise the group all voice students at Luther college. Luverne— Earl Neal accompanied his son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Tow ne to Hampton, Va., where they will S the holidays at the hornet another son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson Tf id a ' Goodell— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ri en hart were recent guests in the parental Melvin Rienhart home at .Huxley. Garner—Raymond Zack, district nignway commission engineer of Mason City was a recent business rtri T 1 «•». -~ i. J 1 YT , »**^« w».j Hancock county Wesley—A son was born Dec. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rudstrom of Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. Rudstrom was the former Ruth Richter. visit with Mr. and Caroon. Mr. Caroon on a is an only caller at the courthouse. tion. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. J w Jones, Charlyn and Dianne Jones' accompanied by Mrs. J. G. Aumiller mother of Mrs. Jones, are on motor trip to Orlando, Fla for xrit*J4- ,,.:AI_ TIT _ * *«•» iUt __ Mrs. Harry brother of Mrs.~Aurniller. Corwith-^Richard Tebbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tebbin, returned from Mercy hospital ' Main 11 rtii R 'chard suffered a fractured collarbone in the Corwith- Luverne basketball game. Wesley—Mrs. Herman Ostercamp spent several days recently with her parents, the Eli Goode- nows, at Mason City. S le /~ The Leo Bleich fa miiy f0 """" "" .college presentation i n ri " i vi /""*_ J i-» i -i Hog Prices Sink Lower Chicago, </P)-Hog prices were to 50 cents lower Thursday country supplies were 2,000 head above trade expectations The market gained strength as it progressed, however and mostly the decline was held to 25 cents with all receipts cleared completely. Most good and choice butcher hogs sold from $19.25 to $2225 and a top of $22.50 while sows , to ,? 18 - 5 0 generally. 0 Salabl <= hogs 12,000, total market K to 50 cents lower- decline on weights over 220 Ib but Grains Push Up on Market Chicago, <£>)—A small run < buying orders was enough to r. p>in s higher on the board U4 trade Thursday. Gains ranged to around a cent, which was fairly large in view of the lack of volume. 20 r ., -, barely <.„ lower bu^c^e^ l^ior 25 ^ loads choice 170 to 210 Ib • and choice 170 to 220 Ib. .75; few 270 to 330 Ib good and choice sows 300 S17.25<(j!18.50; 475 to 550 Jb $19.25@20; to 450 Ib. early " In back of the advance was a boost of a cent in the government buying price for corn and announcement by the economic cooperation administration of more allocations to Marshall plan countries. Also helpful were more statements by congressmen favor- legisla - of more ens y conre tion Wheat at noon was J-lf higher May $2.27J, corn was*« to 1 ceS Ma y S1.47f, oats were 78*. and soy- top for load . weights; good to low-choice . - essiah Cedar Falls Old u Miss Benona Neal ,. N , ash «a— Mr. and Mrs. ^ St. Ansgrar— Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carlson and Dean left Tuesday for at is DIES IN IDAHO Nashua — Nashua friends have received word of the death of Mrs Frank Tatro, 83, on Dec 11 Boise City, Idaho. Mrs. Tatro ,. survived by 3 children, Norber£ Frank and Daphne. She was the former Mame Dougherty of Nashua, and after her marriage lived on a farm north of Nashua. Luverne — Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lonnie arrived from Bad Nau- neim, Germany, and are guests at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle, with whom he made his home before entering serv mas mas M Spend Mrs. Carlson's mother Mrs. George Olson, and 2 sisters' ^"corna — Mrs. Clem Schnurr and Mrs John McKay, patienS at ton ton, Hamp. a have returned home ice. at th Va I? a , l6 T TDale Casper, student at the State University of Iowa is home for the holidays ' Kanawha— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cook returned from a visit in the home of their daughter, Mrs Hamngton - of St. Paul Park, Minn. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. James E But,. Butler > Waukee, were recent HOOVER guests in the home of Chris Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. J. C Bov- mgton. ' J Waucoma—Miss Ethel Jack director of dining halls, Eas'tern Washington College of Educati f 7vu and Mrs of Nashua are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City Ihursday. Ackley—The Rev. F. W. Engelke, a^retired minister, 82, is seriously Bristow—Calvin Folkerts, who is attending Drake university where he is majoring in mus;c, is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs George Folkerts. Aredale—Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Collins have returned from a 3 weeks' trip to New York, Virginia and the east coast. LeRoy, Minn.—Gene Medinnus of Austin, student at the University of Minnesota, came Monday to visit his brother, Ray, and his sisters, Mrs. L. Hansen and Mrs A. Rosenthal. Woden—Quests at the Freddie Sunday. Their daughter, Lois, Is in tne 1st soprano section. Wesley—James Hienan, 8 year i son of the Ferman Hienans s taken by ambulance to University hospital Sunday with a severe^case of bulbar polio. "'-"---—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph . , entertained at a pre- Uiristmas dinner and gift exchange m their home Sunday eve- chUdre°n'. their ChildrGn 9nd grand ~ _, -- u» wili j-'icuuie t-reides home Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Sam Smith of Garner" iVTr nnr] TUT^n T«l <-•_-•,, ." . _' ion. critic ., are spending the holiday vacation with their mother, Mrs. Allie Jack, and family near Waucoma. Eagle Grove-Arie Ackerman was a member o£ the Iowa State Teachers college mixed chorus 1 ™ ^ s ' John Smith °f Shef, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Smith and sons of Manly, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith of Garner ' -Mr. and Mrs. The famous Hoover Cleaner, Model 28, with Hoover's exclusive Triple- Action cleaning principle, it beats ... as it *weep» ... as it cleans. $74— Cleaning Tool* in handy kit $19.95 The new Hoover Cylinder Cleaner, Model SO.cleans by powerful suction. Outstanding features. Including the Dirt Ejector —a new idea in dirt disposal. Complete with cleaning tools . . . Com* am/ cfwoi* on* of thmtm AM Hoovort today. Or wu'll fe« 0/<K/ to thow thtm hi your Jiem*. No ^ Ich . Presented Handel's oratorio Messiah," at the college on Sunday. Otranto_ Mrs . w . j Campbell has been in Austin with her husband who is a patient in the St Olaf hospital. ^oldfield—Miss Evelyn Mantle an instructor in the Sparks, JSTev ' public school, is spending the holiday vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Mantle. Alexander—The members of the Community Methodist church choir met Monday evening for ™h f V1E Ular C ^ 0i ' r P racti ce after which they enjoyed a Christmas party. Allison —Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Flynn entertained at a pre-Christmas dinner at their home Sunday Guests were present from Hampton and Rowan. There was an exchange of gifts. Eagle Grove—William Hosselton recently purchased the home of Mrs. Dennis Griffin at 306 South Iowa avenue and will get possession March 1. Mrs. Mary Stecher and family are livim the home now. . . Stewart received a phone call from their son-in-law, J. W Nelson of Mason City, telling of their born at he Park hospital. The mother Ja the former Gwendolyn Stewart. Rake—The American Legion Auxiliary held its annual Christmas party at the school house recently. Instead of the usual eift exchange a collection was taken for an orphan's home. Alta Vista—Paul Boss has „ «, T* Y'" 3 "" 1 ' C ' Dal y an <* Kenneth Daly went to Waterloo, called by the death of J. C. Daly's sister, Miss Mayme Daly. Mrs. Mart McGrane, who had been staying with Mayme Daly returned to her home here with them. Goldfield—Mrs. Georgia Chapman of Des Moines is spending the holidays with her sisters, Misses Frances and Martha Kabele Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. F D Rodemeyer went to Iowa Falls where Mr. Rodemeyer entered a Hospital for examination and treat- men <• A v -—Mr. and Mrs. Mark New , left for Ri o Grande Valley. Texas, where they will spend the winter. Eagle Grove—Sacred music is ^S^^^---^ Salable sheep 3.000, total 3,000- slaush- - steady; top §25.50 at $10.50 down. steady The EGA authorized $15,028 000 for export of wheat and wheat products to Greece and Trieste. In addition, Austria got $3,110,000 for corn. All funds were for use during the first quarter of 1949 CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Thursday's Market) Chlcajo, OP)— WHEAT— High .. 2.28% .. 2.10'/4 .. 2.10 May July Sept. LIVESTOCK FORECAST Chicago. (*>,—(USDAt— Estimated sal Local Livestock Low 2.2631 HOGS Steady to med. weights ... rned. weights ... ro°5 me ^' we |8hts -^u-^u Good med. weights ....... 240-27n Good rned. weights '70-300 rn^l me ^' wci .eMs 300-330 Good med. weights ... Good sows Good sows ','.'.'_ Good sows ..... 1 330-360 270-300 CATTLE • MASON CITY—For CORN- May July Sept. OATS— May .... July ... Sept. .. '" RYE— May .. Sept. .. SOYBEANS—' March 1.48 3.46' 1.41 2.08 1.40% 1.72 '/. 2.BHi 2.5B'/.. Jan ........... 17.05 March ..... 17 12 Ma y ......... 37.10 July ......... 17.10 1.69 '/a 2.59? 2.57 2.52? 1G.77 1G.80 16.85 1G.92 Close 2.2BY,, 2.09=4 2.0911! 1.47% 1.48'A :.40T'a .78','4 .73!/4 .71 1.72 V4 1.48 2.00 Vz 2.57% 2.53% 16.90 17.00 17.00 17.02 Mason City Grain a tri re- i California, and r Angees Alcxander-Or. J. Richard Ol- . ? ,? lllin ? s ' Mont " S ave a travel talk and showed technicolor pictures of some of the beauty spots of America at a general assembly of the school. Bode— William Olson came from Ames where he is a student at *£ l 8 ,* 3 / 6 colle & e . and will spend i n . Rosamond Luce or Waucoma, in company with her son, Dr. Gordon R. Luce and family of Decorah, left on a 3 weeks' trip south, spending the most of the time in Texas and New Orleans, La. Bristow— Mrs. Elmer Rotff and Tarpon fu0tta*ve son, James, left for Springs, Fla., where they "will spend several weeks visiting Mrs Roalf's mother. Mrs. Joe Thomas! AHa Vista—Miss Mary Catherine Mahoney, who attends Mercy college of Cedar Rapids, and Tommy Mahoney, attending St. Thomas college at St. Paul, Minn., are spending their holiday vacation at the parental L. B. Mahoney home. Corwith — James Bonnstetter son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter, and Bill Shipman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shipman, arrived home for Christmas. Both are in the navy, stationed in Tennessee. Wesley — Sister Mary DeSales will leave Christmas day for Milwaukee to visit several days at St. Frances convent. the holidays at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson Alexander—Mrs. Oscar Hensel and son Harold Ed drove to Williams to attend the funeral of a relative, Harold Scallon Allison—Miss Edith Folken, a teacher m the public school at Hammond, Ind., is visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Minnie Folken. Wesley-O. L. Gandy of Bloom- mgton, 111., is spending the holiday season with his daughter, Mrs. Joe Miller, and family. Nashua—Christmas day guests in Nashua the C. V. Cook home near will be Harland Cook, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clouse Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. M J. Greenfield and daughters, Judith and Rhonda of Hampton. Wesley—The James Lincolns, who spent the past week at the parental fhno Gerdes home, left recently for an extended visit with relatives in Dallas, Texas. Osage—Keith Williams, student at Sioux Falls college, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., left for a 2 week's vacation at the homes of his uncles and their families, the 'Rev. D I Coon and George Cole, at Los Angeles. Wesley—Emma Studer left Monday for Casper, Wyo., to spend the holidays at the Ray Studer home She will go on to Los Angeles to spend the remainder of the winter months. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hansen and daughter returned from a visit with Mr. Hansen's brother, Clair, and family in Chicago and Mrs. Hansen's parents and other relatives in Chillicothe, Mo. ,„ - - ^._ix.%-*j i-lLlOlU JO being broadcast this week from the Memorial chimes at the Methodist church. Bristow—Robert Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sherman of Bristow, is ill of pneumonia. Robert is in the 3rd grade in the Bristow school. St. Ansgar—Julius Kittleson accompanied his sister, Mrs. Andrew Lund, and Gary, to her home at Sturgis, S. Dak., and will spend the Christmas holiday there. Sheffield—Mr. and Mrs. W E Ward went to Shreveport, La called by the death of their granddaughter, Billie Jean Ward. Kanawha—The Kanawha Lutheran, the Kanawha Methodist and the Kanawha Christian Reformed churches are holding their Christmas programs this week. St. Ansgar—Tommy Brown Hegland and Miss Normalee Faron of Minneapolis were guests at the home of Mrs. Mamie Hume Goodell—Harriett Van Buskirk, who attends school in Council Bluffs, came home for a 2 week's holiday vacation with home folks the Lloyd Van Buskirks, SLIP COVERS FOR YEAR ROUND USE Slip covers are popular the year round. Color schemes can be changed at little expense by their use and rooms can be given that |'new look" by using proper colors in the covering of your furniture SLIP COVERS FOR FURNITURE, an up-to-date, illustrated, Government publication contains easy to follow instructions for making covers; also offers suggestions on selection of materials, and color combinations. Order a copy of this practical publication today; 10 cents, postpaid. Use This Coupon The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, 316 Eye St., N. E., Washington 2, D. C. I enclose 10 cents in coin (carefully wrapped in paper) for a copy of SLIP COVERS FOR FURNITURE. Good to choice s~t"eers\" and heifers Good steers and heifers Medium steers and heifers'" Fair steers and heifers ..'.' Plain steers and heifers . '. S2S.OO-29.00 S26.00-29.00 $24.DO-£6.00 S18.00-19.00 $16.00-18.00 §17.50-19.00 Medium bulls Bologna bulls . No. 2 oats, 36 Ibs. No. 2 yellow corn, Dec! . $1 23 No. 2 yellow corn, Jan $L25 soybeans, Dec $2.40 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Thursday Market) Chlcajp, m—Wheat: None. Com: No. 4 ye'novv 111?'' T 5 m ' xed S1 ' 36 ^ No. 3 L.^ 2 li 37 i 2 Ji^=^«|J^*|^ 0 . : L^?i e Srade $1.13'/ 4 . Oats: No. 1 ' . . eaw mixed 89©89!/, ; No. 1 heavy white STM4 «91, sample grade heavy white 80%No. 1 heavy special red 91. ° "pWH 01 ' ^ altin 8 «1-20<SGG; feed Field seed per hundredweight ?".SO@18; sweet clover ° ! :s and cutters CALVES J13-00-15.00 Choice MAS ° N CITY -*°r Thursday Good ............................ $28.00 common-:::::: .................... f?s-» Culls ......... ' ............... -00 . to SEEING tAMBS EWES choice ...... 0- 9.50 6.50- 7.50 6.00 Common and Cu'lis ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. | sioo- SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK „ ,. (Wednesday's Market) South St. Pam, ftj.PJ—(U. S D A 1 — Opening livestock: *••*.». A.I— Cattle 2,500. Active on scant offerings E ifl Steers> hel f<=rs. cows, strong in pre-nouday atmosphere. Bulls fully ^^.^.T'l^^TS^sa Stock Prices Little Higher New York, (/P)~ The stock market made a feeble, and only part~ ry f ° r W £ her prices w « , S27 cnoice weighty steers held higher .. Stockers - feeders nominal Dairy cows steady. Calves 2,000. Vea"ers steady, good choice *26®31; high <5iol " " nd medhlm A handful of stocks swung widely from the previous close but the general run of issues changed only fractionally. Gains and losses "were fairly evenly divided. Trading was moderately active and at the rate of around 1,100 000 shares for the full session Stepping far aHoad of the market with gains of around 2 J to more IN SUN—The glare causes Actress Esther Williams lo squint as she sits in the sun at he? Hollywood home. To Return Youth to Minnesota for Parole Violation Minnesota authorities have notified local police that they will come here Friday to return Duane Hemphill, 17, a Mason City high school student, to the Red Wing boys reformatory for breaking terms of parole. Hemphill was arrested by a highway patrolman, near Floyd Wednesday afternoon an hour after a 1936 Dodge was reported stolen from in front of 101 N Federal in Mason City The report was made by the Mason City police to the state network and picked up by the patrolman who was near Charles City at the time. He chased the car for nearly a mile before Hemphill ran off the road. Mrs. N. L. Butts, Rock Falls, had notified police of the theft Hemphill said he took the first car he found with keys in it, police said they were told. He has been attending school nere since November while living with a sister. His parents are dead. He had served time at Red ; Wing for breaking and entering ho . me ?. a nd formerly attended schools at Austin and Waterloo. Carrie Green, 79, Succumbs; Rites to Be at Traer Miss Carrie J. Green, 79, died at the I. O. O. F. hospital Thursday morning, following an illness. She was born April 20, 1869. at Buckingham, Iowa. She has no surviving relatives. it the home since having come from f -r, -, , , Sne Was a member of Rebekah lodge at Traer, Iowa wiui 1 "? -^ rv l lces and in terment will be held at Traer. The Major funeral home in charge H. F. RHey Recovers After Heart Attack 2 2, F. "Fritz" Riley, former Mason Cityan, Thursday was re- than 4 poiftts were Atlantic Gulf & West Indies common and preferred, Nickel Plate common, and 170 to -> bs « culk °P eilin S slow, scattered is ntS lower on good-choice lb : barr °ws, gilts at $21@21.50. Welght Wednesday: Bar- 2 lbS ' : Sows in?iM C H CP 2cl5 ?°- / roun d 2.000 head on sale ncludes 5 loads western lambs. western lambs. Slaugh- i K bs , °P eni ns 25 to 50 cents lower od-chi early y n K, Good-choice Texas Gulf Sulpher. On the downside U. S. Industrial Chemicals lost more than 2 points. • Produce (QuoUtiom by E. G. Mane) -, „ ,, At 10 a ' m ' Thursday Capons, 7 Ibs. up Covering at Vancouver, from a stroke suffered Nov la He is a patient in ward 15 of Barnes Veterans Administration hospital. He is a brother of Max Riley of the Mason City engineering department who re^ Nora Springs Airman Helps Supply Berlin Name Street or Rural Route City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) New York Stocks By ASSOCIATED PRESS Am. Tel. & Tel. 149J. Anaconda Cop. 32*. Bendix Aviat. 35. Beth. Steel 33J. Boeing Airplane 22. Chrysler Corp. 53j. Gen. Elec. 39J. Gen. Motors 58. Illinois Central 301. Int. Harvester 262. Montgom. Ward 54i. N. Y. Central R. R. 12J. Radio Corp. 12£. Sears Roebuck 38*. Stand. Oil Ind. 39| Stand. Oil N. J., 72]. Texas Co. 53. U. S. Steel 70J. CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday Market) Chicago, (yp)-(USDA) — Potatoes: Arrivals 32. on track 1-19; total U. S. shipments 1.058; supplies rather light- demand good for Russets, market sllghUy stronger; for other stock demand fair, market about steady; Colorado Red Mc- Clurcs S3.75; Idaho R-.issct Hurbanks S4.3o; Iowa Cobblers $2.40; Michigan Green Mountains $3; new stock; Califor" Ia (5 ° Ib^aacha) Bliss Triumphs »3. Stainless steel is a family of some 30 alloys, each containing at least 11J per cent of chromium in addition to iron and; carbon. The stainless quality is- due to oxide of chromium. Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. and up ... 29c Heavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs ..... 26c Light hens ....... ........... 22c Springs, heavy breeds ......'. 30c Springs, Leghorns ....... .... 23c Old cocks, heavy breeds ... I5c Leghorn cocks <3 , son of u s P ellm ann, Nora s, has arrived in Germany T, now stati °ned at Fassberg ^ 3Se as a mem ber of tfie Troop Carrier Wing, where he is engaged in combined air lift task force, operations supplying coal to blockaded Berlin. Eggs, at retail ...... ...... 49.59,, Butter, Corn Country ....... 73 C Butter, Iowa State Brand ____ 74 C NEW YORK PRODUCE (Thursday's Market) ,„,. -," y ork - W—Butter 277.831. . Firm Wholesale prices on bulk cartons. Creamery, higher than 92 score and premium marks AA 65iB65'/ic; 92 score A Bfc- 33 score B 63c; 89 score C 61%c. (New tubs H SU K y ,, command ' /2 cent a Pound over the bulk carton price). Cheese 120,937. Steady. Prices unchanged. tn^ ?°i? 24 ' F ,'J, m ' Ncw York S P°' q«o- .tntlons follow: Midwestern: Mixed colors- Fancy heavyweights 62c; extra. No i argeBOc; extra No. 2 large 55<fr57c; extra, No. 1 medium 48ift49c; pullets 47fg 4v' /a c; current receipts 514J52C- dirtier 49(&50c; checks 45®47c. CHICAGO PRODtJCE (Thursday'* Market) 7 ,^'= a «"- WV-Buttcr firm. Receipts 713,755. Prices unchanged *• HeceipU 11,32; Pulls Teeth at 92 cherr _y Tree, Pa., . (U.R)-Dr. j. Cameron, a practicing f a ^ 92 ' Sti11 is abl ^ * S? most of his appointments. He estimates the number of dentures he's rnade at 10,000. He has noWea of ^ ow manjr teeth he has pulled, although he recalls a day many years ago when he extracted 125. CHICAGO POULTRY (Thnriday'i Market) Chlcajo, W—(U. S. D. A.)—Live try: Firm. Receipts 22 trucks cent r i, rod! 3l®32c; roasters 43®4«o; fryers 405c; hrollcrs 34®37c; o!d nmten 2S« 20c. F. O. B. wholesale market: Young heavy ducks 45rrt47c; Hght ducks 35G36c" young he " Digging wasps feed their brood on captured other insects, storing them away in cells along with the wasp's egg. £'-yU' 7 T^''^-''-'—* r ~~*'7T'v:.'V-'^. 1 "••'*• ^i^^?v-^W' " ' ~ •--.."•• • - XlJ'jHALl~.'f*.* :r> , .. • ; •• '.&.• . ..-•,. ::..;..' i. -. .,»_!•;.' X* .-•'-' ••• * .'-• . •-/ \- ••

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