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Power Weds altar » T? ' daughter of Mrs "' ^* J *fcH* - ( l*Ck«* T 1 • *-'*M*A*t;O — te-a.tro.fe sw* .K- read the Carroll Judging of Lighting Is on Thursday «___ ," yviin satin finwAre w^~ . nix.a». »_i »-. •_ _ * a writing his doctoral dissertation 8 t d?P«tme n t of economics Mr OK Y niver ?l ty of Wisconsin. Mr. Charlesworth was in the service for 3Jt years in World war II, Iu»tr»r he alt ser4vl S? 4at Brisbane Australia, as a statistical officer and was discharged as a captain! Clear Lake Briefs F«H« Bailey i« nual vacation from an- his 'rural route, and Mr. and Mrs. Bailey plan to leave Dec, 24 for Florida. Howard Hansen, his regular substitute, is taking his route. Tires, Batteries. Bulk Oil Co. Mrs. Grace Stevens, Wlnnetka, 111., came Friday and is visiting r home ot ' « * -v P la PP er . Mason City, and with friends in Clear Lake "Why the Chimes Rang" Given at High School Auditorium Clear Lake — A beautiful presentation of "Why the Chimes one act, by - g ™- , Elizabeth Apthorp McFadden, was dramatized by the high school speech department, directed by Jon Edwards, Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium before a full house. The time was at dusk of a day long ago and the scene laid in satin .flowers. Her to She carried a sheaf chrysanthemums. the same shade. JT.Ort « --.--*-* UUU|7 ^ ye 7.30 and all contestants of yellow Ens*mbles Velvet in respectively. £l S ? iart of Milwaukee ^ harles worth's bestman. f rs were Manfred Kar- NV Norman gown and a wine red hat corsage was of gardenias. Mrs. OrUv the br Wegroom's wore a black gown and buds * corsage of yellow rose' of St. Francis house with Christmas which fow^ +1 the , followed the nuptial service. As- were the Misses Mary Ella ,. Nancy - Wheelei-, Janet Kobmson and Harriet Oestmann f Mr. and Mrs. Charlesworth left Immediately fdr New York City io* a few days, after which they will come, to Clear Lake to visit the bridegroom's parents. The crme chose for traveling a dark grey suit with ' American Beauty accessories. The couple will be at home at 1910 , Madison street, Madison, after Jan. 3. ' , _ ' Studying ^ f or Doctorate • The bride, a graduate of the UniyerBity of Queensland in Australia,- received her master's degree at the University of Wisconsin, Where she is now' working for her doctorate in economics. 7 She served as president of the International club on the university campus during 1947-48. Last summer she returned to Australia and spent 2 months with her mother and sister, Patricia. Mr. Charlesworth received his B. A. degree at Carleton college in 1839 and his master's degree at Michigan in 1942. At present he is Clear Lake—Dr. G. H. Gitz chairman of the : home lighting committee, has announced that evening i i , , ~~ — ~v«*«.i~i3iants are asked to have their lights on^at mat time. Judges are Mason City • Ta ™°°" T »" v - i Mott, chairman, and Ray Clough, Prizes are on/display in the window at Imperial Seed company tabl Sre aS foUows: F **st prize, from Satter's Sporting Goods^nc! prize, occasional" chair from Wilcox Furniture store, and 3rd, bookshelves from Wilcox. j The best decorated store win°?y* *m be judged the same With Art Bless, the Rev. Mr. Miss who . - , Mornjngside college, Sioux City, is also here until Jan. 3. Nylon Panties, black, pink or white, $1.95. Nichols Shop Veteran* of Foreign Wars chil- forest party be vv «u» V. F W. hall from 3:30 to 4:30 for C 5"',°] s and treats on Thursday. All children are invited. Hoieproof Nylon Slips, pink or white, $6,95. Nichols Shop. Mrs. Eric Clark was admitted to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday evening for observation. w^w?^ 1 ?^^ Crepe Pa *»nas, $5.95. Nichols Shop. Miss tetty Chase, Los Anteles, Gal., arrived by plane Wednesday to spend 10 days with her mother, Mrs. Irene Chase. . and K. E. Gunderson, aU from Ventura, acting as judges. Daughters of Union Veterans Meet for Christmas Program _ Clear Lake— Daughters of Union Veterans met for a potluck supper, ^Christmas program and gift ^exchange Monday evening in the Legion hall. Plans were made for a bake sale to be held the morning of Dec. 31, in Legion hall. The next meeting will be Jan. ^3 with installation . of officers and refreshments. . • •> Eden Farm Club Has Potluck Dinner at Legion Hal! at Lake Clear 'Lake. — Eden Farm club nad a. potlucfc ;dinner at 6:30 at Legion hall with a large crowd attending. The. dinner was followed by a gift- exchange for all present. Games with prizes were played Each family contributed to the program which included piano solos, poems^and contests. .•••The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. arid -Mrs. Ross Echelberger with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Olson in charge of the program. CARD OF THANKS We are deeply grateful to our many friends, neighbors and Re- bekahs for their kind expressions of sympathy at this time. Allan Yeaffer, who was injured Sunday while sliding, was dismissed from Mercy hospital, Mason City, at noon Tuesday following treatment for 2 days. He is in bed at home but is improving. Men—Let us help you select your wife's gift. O. T. Hansen's. A radio play taken from Louisa May Alcott's story "Little Women" was given as part of the Christmas party at, junior high school Wednesday afternoon. . Seamless Jfose reduced to 79c at Hansen's. School closed Wednesday for vacation until Jan. 3. „ Fresh Lutefisk and Lefse at Hansen's. Miss Joyce O'Brien, kindergarten teacher, will spend hei vacation at .her home at Algona. The other Lincoln school teachers are Miss Arlotte Carlson, who will visit her sister at Rockwell; Miss El- viraMellem will be at her home in Northwpod; Miss Myrtle Olson with her parents at Newhall, DAY AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill Friday Afternoon, Dec. 24 STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. ^ 75 ° * ™- at very »nctlon last week. Everything i xp ? ct anothe r bi f ^ Friday livestock to Kanawha for prompt sale and complete satisfaction. Buyers want all kinds. Be here early, please. s * lMtac HL Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager TOCK Friday, Dec. 24 - 1 2:00 Sharp 400 CATTLE S, 0 ^ 16 ^; ^"J** 1 * £ ellin|r Veal CalvM » nd Butcher stuff at 12:00 o'clock. Please have your stock in early. *, replacement stock last Friday. Leonard Markqoart of Sheffield sold a truck load of Butcher Cows and Veal Calves. Harlen Ditch of Sheffield Mid a load of very rood Botcher Cows, Hei/era and Veal Calves. Hfa top calf, welffht 250 at 32.50 cwt, 881.25. O H Trrtten of Grafton Mid a load of Butcher Cows. Selmer Terren of Lake Mill* Ml* rood Shorthorn sprinsrinr cows. Clarence Cook A Wickwire Mid 49 head of very rood Butcher Cows! Heifers and Steen. Henry Pals of Thornton Mid rood 800 Ibs Heifer* at |22.10 cwt. Wayne Coe Mid Holsteth springers. Top* cow $276.00. John Floy Mid his entire herd of Shorthorn Cows and Heifers. 1st Calf sprinrin* heifers at $205.000. Contlnr 2 year old Boll $270.00. Veraon Hudson of Aredale Mid rood cattle. We appreciate your consinunenta. Minn., and Miss Grace Anderson Minn ° f * Sister &t Gaylord Do your last minute Christmas Shopping here., Ange & Woody. ' Mrs. lien Skadelend caiyrtit her hand Saturday and had the 3 last fingers cut so it was necessary to have several stitches taken and 4 fingers in. a cast .for protection, fane can use her thumb and is getting along nicely. ,1 wish all the customers on my paper route a Very Merry Christmas.- Billy Tarr: - ; Any merchants who honor gift certificates from Globe-Gazette carriers may receive payment by presenting them to the Clear Lake office of the Globe-Gazette. Christmas Festival Day will be held at the Zion Lutheran church at 10:30 Saturday morning with both choirs singing aftd the Rev. Ruben Mostrom giving a sermon "The Christ Is Here." The movie "Where Ixive Is God Is, a dramatization of Tolstoy's story of the same name will be shown at the Methodist church Sunday evening at 7:30. Barry Plumb, manager of Consumer's supply company, has announced, that a Christmas party for employes and wives will be held at Randy's cafe Wednesday evening. Guests will'include Mr and Mrs. Herbert Bonin, Mr. and Mrs. .Allen Myklestad and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hackbarth. \ Christmas Party Is Held by P. T. A. of Lincoln No. 3 Clear lake—The P. T. A of Lincoln No. 3, held a Christmas party at the school Monday "evening, with Mrs. Vera Murphy teacher, in charge. Recitations and 2 plays were given by the children who also sang several numbers Santa .distributed gifts and treats to the children. The next meeting will be Jan. 21, at- the school with the Mmes. Robert Shook and Henry Nelson as the entertainment committee and Mmes. Paul Christiansen and Henry' Christiansen, lunch committee. hut on the edge of a near the cathedral where #*J3**?s& •as? a chimes ring hi the cathedral, which was seen through the.open win- Parts taken were Dean Ander%? as ^ H ?, lgar> one of the sons and Don Mullan, as Steen, the other son; Larry Miller was the uncle and Joan Miles, the old woman. ine pantomime included the priest, Gaylord Treu, who received the- gifts, and placed them on the altar; a rich man, Donivan Cooka courtier, Richard Decker; a rich woman, Patricia Pierce; a young girl, i Marilyn Ludeke, and the king Bob Furleigh. All gifts failed untu Holgar gave his few coins after helping the old woman. The vocal music department directed by Virginia Rifenbary presented a program of Christmas carols with, 34 members of the Girls glee club- coming into the darkened rcpm, each - carrying a -JXv 1 !? H e h{ed candle and singing "O Come All Ye Faithful" as tSf processional. •The'platform was beautiful with a blue background, .which had various sizes- of silver stars scat- i?L e , d ov . er "•. "Glory to God in the made a- fitting fore- *r the front of the stage and above the singers. 'It was made from red cellophane paper m cutout lettering. On each side were lighted candelabra with 14 Cub Scouts 7 Christmas Parties Held fk~ «o «."•" „ 4 Cub Scouts. the ^Panthers," .met at 5 p. m. at Mrs. Arnot Hansen 0 «,i UAKK " * members present and Bobby Arnold a new cub' Alter a business meeting a Chri«=t- mas supper was served at a table decorated with chocolate Santa Clauses, red candles and Christmas Den Chief Melvin Michaels was in charge of the boys. Officers re-elected were Robert Hansen, denner; David Traub, assistant .denner, and Gary Lowman, keeper of the buckskin The Christmas supper committee including Bobby White, David Traub and Billy Whelan. Gary Lowman'and Ronnie Fistler had charge, of games and entertainment. v Midwest Livestock Trend Albert Lea, Minn, 2Sc higher 160-160 Ibs. iso-170 ib«. 170-180 lb* 180-W Ibs. 190-100 Ibs. 180 r 300 Ibs. I PKICtl) Austin, 11 inn. 25c higher $12.90 270-300 Ibi ........ I;"* ..... S1900 - ....... "" 300-330 It*. MO-MO it*. ....:..: Oood Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs ........ *i3.ao »18,50 $30.00 $30.50 $».!» 920.50 $19.75 S19.00 118.29 $17.75 Waterloo Me higher SU.50 WOO fJO.50 $1».75 $19.00 330-380 Ibs. 360-400 Ibs. 4SO-BOO lb« soo-550 ibs $17.75 517.25 $15.75 $15.50 $15.50 $18.00 $!».» $18.25 $17.75 $17.J5 $18.75 $16.75 Cedar Kapkta 25c high«r ftt.OO $11.50 $19.79 $*>.» $20.50 $19.73 $19.00 $18.50 $18.00 $18.00 $18.00 $17.50 $17.00 tt, 1MI HMMI Cttr HHfct CairtU. •? WT WISH to relative*, trUttit and Mtfhbon for mwijr kbubWMM, word* <rf comta*. tor the beautiful flowm. «xUn<l«d durtnx the illness and |UMte( of our hxMtaaa and father. Mr*. L«n« ObwdiMr, Mr. «nd Mr*. U Obwdter. Divtdtr te« MM! not b« PbMta $16.00 $15.50 ., 1 met at the home of Mrs. Syd Thompson. Following the flag pledge, carols were sung, and candles made for their mothers Several boys told Christmas' stories to pass reading achievement. A gift exchange was followed by supper. Larry Watson served a treat m honor of his birthday. Den Chief Gordon Thompson served Popcorn' balls. • The next meeting will be Jan. 6. D . en 2 will have a Christmas party Wednesday at the home 'of Mrs. Charles Davis. 3 met at'the home of Mrs. Sedelmeier with Den Chief Dick Whitney ' worked on white candles in each. club san S "Angel Ever Singing" by B. Treharne, "All My Heart This Night Rejoices" by Ebeling, "A Christmas Wish" by Morten Luvaas, "No- Candle Was There and NO Fire' by Lehmann with Marilyn Nelson singing the solo part, "Carillon" by Briel and "A Birthday of- a King" by Neidlinger. . The mixed chorus of 38 voices sang. «A Star Was His Candle" by Teresa Del Riego, "Thee With- Tender Care" by J. S. Bach, "Today There Is Ringing" by F. Mehus Christiansen, "Mary's Lullaby" by Harry Seitz, "Lullaby on Christmas Eve" by F. Melius Christiansen with Mary Ann Markworth singing the solo and T The £& ly Clty " b y w - Howorth. Joan Miles was accompanist. The band directed by John Ko- P, ec ,ky. Played "Overture Orient- ale by Chester Leoni, "Childhood Days" by Peter Buys,. "Sousa's Triumphal March" and "A Merry Christmas" by Carl Frangkiser. Dividend of $10 Declared by Klipto Co. • At a directors meeting Wednesday of the Klipto Loose Leaf company, 15 Delaware S. "E., a dividend of $10 per share was de- in .'Charge. They Christmas gifts rand made plans for a Christmas party Thursday afternoon. Micky Minette, David Roberts and Allan Yeager were absent. ^ Den 5 met at the home of, Mrs. .Robert Stoyles with 6 present, .skated, played on sleds, skis and several went ice boating. Treats and a.gift exchange completed the Party.. Den 6 met at the home of Mrs. C. ; E. Ashland for a Christmas party, gift exchange and singing of carols. Richard Decker, den chief, told a Christmas story. Duke Hughes and Charles Ashland treated. ' . ' Den 7 had a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Cliff Wilson Games were played and a gift exchange held, with all boys bringing treats. The next meeting will be Jan. 4. Hogs Higher on Market .Chicago, (/P)— Definite strength continued in livestock marketing Wednesday. All classes of ho«s were 50 cents higher, cattle were generally steady to 50 cents up and sheep were steady to 25 cents' better. Most good and choice butcher weight hogs sold from $19.50 to $22.50 and a top of ,$22.75. Sows made $16.00 to $18.50. i*™ 8 ' £• A-) Salable hogs 10,000. total 15,000; active; -BO cents higher both butch" $22 ' 75 for bullc lb. and 230 to 260 to 280 lb. $20.25® few 300 to 350 lb. $18.50@20.25; good and choice 300 to 450 Ib. sows $17.50® clared. Girl Scout Troop 6 Sings Carols at Many Lake Homes Clear Lake—Girl Scout troop 6 met at junior high school with 2 troop committee women, Mmes. R A. Monaghen and Arthur Armsbury; and both leaders, Mmes. Tom Wood and Peter Wohler, present. . Carols were sung at Bethany nursing home, and at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bemis, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hubbard, and C. E. Geist. The leaders have treats. At the same time the resignation .of state Senator Herman M. Knudson as president of Klipto was formally accepted. Hans V. Tofte was thereupon elected president. Mr. Tofte has recently purchased the controlling, interest of the company from John D. Corsaut and assumed active management of the concern. 720 of Yule Party for International Harvester Employes Approximately 120 employes and their, families attended the Chwstmas party of the district office of International Harvester at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday evening; The program included a dinner, gift exchange and dance Dist. Manager C. W. Smith introduced. 3 retired employes and their, wives, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Z-awson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Craychee and Mr. and Mrs; Mike Cohen, and presented an engraved gold wrist watch to Mr. Cohen who retired recently. John Planalp acted as .master of ceremonies and Dewey Bredall led the community singing. Music was provided by Vesper Burk Bredall and Mrs. Smith. ' 50 Surf Employes Entertained at Christmas Party .Clear Lake—About 50 Surf em- ployes were entertained' at Witk'e's cafe at a Christmas party Tu'es- day evening. A grab bag gift exchange Was, held. Mr. .and Mrs, Hank Heimendinger were presented a gift from the employes. Miss Helen R. Pinta Rites Held; Burial at Manly Cemetery _. Funeral services for Miss Helen Ruth Pinta, 17, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. Anton Pinta, route 4 were held-at the chapel of the McAuley and- Son funeral home Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev; F. W. Wendland, pastor of the Grace Evangelical church officiating. . , Ruth Dougall sang "In the Garden" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Mrs. Roscoe Patton accompanied at the organ. Mrs-. .Harold Pinta and Mrs. Arthur Pinta were in charge of flowers. A number of relatives and friends attended the services from -i «/m Ca V le 8 '°<XV total 8,000; salable calves. 500, total 800; good and choice yearjjnes and choice steers all -weights steady to fully 50 cents' higher; other K?«, 6E t an ,. d . w<!! 8 hts slaughter steers slow, steady to weak; heifers steady to- 50 cents ^higher; other killing classes active, iully steady; load lots .choice steers _?33@35; top $35 for about 3 loads 1.125 to 1,200 Ib. weights; choice 1,433 "'• *>34; choice 1,686 Ib. weights good *to low-choice steers «»,«,»£-.:„ -- ; com; non to medium largely $21@25.50; few choice heifers $31; bulk good to low.-choice hftJiers. $25@29- medium and good,.,b«ef cows 518.75(420- canners and cutter* $14.50® 17.75; medium an .S?°£ sausage.bulls $22®23.50; veal- ers $32 down. . Salable sheep 4,500, toUl 4,500; good and choice slaughter lambs strong to 25 cents higher at $Z4.50®25.25; several loads ^-'inUely choice handy Iambs confidently " =<? ; : culls and common kinds »o; fed yearlings and ewes very steady to strong; ewes $10.75 Grains Slump on Market Chicago, (ff) _ Most grains slumped a bit on the board 'of trade Wednesday. Oats held steady against the general tr.end. Interest was centered mainly in December contracts, in which this was the last day of. trading. Open interest in December contracts at the start of Wednesday's dealings totaled 3,379,000 bushels m ,i vah ^' 1 - 632 .°00 bushels in corn, 2,178,000 bushels in oats, 350,000 bushels in rye and 545,000 bushels in soybeans. Lard open interest amounted to 12,120,000 pounds. At noon wheat was unchanged to j lower, December $2.38J, corn Was t-} lower, December $1.41i, oats were unchanged to * higher, December 85}, and soybeans were li-2£ lower, December $2.57i. PATTCRSON Knows tor •«uip0«a. sa N MAJOH "M«jo» B«rvtc« Auto or Air CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Wedneiiay'i M*rktt) ._., <UB— WHEAT— High Dec 2.43'/i May 2.28 July ;... 2.08% Sept. CORN— Dec. ... May ... July . ... Sept. ... OATS— 2.08% Low 2.35% 2.28Ki 2.07% 2.07 '/« ... 1.42% ... 1.47% . ;* 1.46 down. ESTIMATED HVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Wedneaday'i Market) u' <«?-(ir..S. D. A.)-Estlmated "vestock receipts for Thursday 10,000 hogs, 4,000 cattle and 3.000 sheep!Local Livestock HOOB MASON CITY— For Wednesday Twenty-five cents higher. y 18 °- 170 » J8 - BO .......... 170-180 IlS.50 Good med. weights ....... .• 180-200 S20 50 Good med. eights ........ 200-220 52050 '••••- 240-270 J19.7S s '• ...... 270-300 ?19.00 . u» •• 300-330 $18.83 weights ..... ....330-380 $17.75 !OWS ................. '270-300 $17.75 Good sows S;. .............. 300-330 $17.75 ' 330-360 rn Good sows 360-400 $16.75 ~ , ---.---«.-•..*.»*..,, ouu-^uv aiD. Good, sows 400-45081625 w u° WS -.4..... 450-500 J16.25 No hogs received flier S p. tn.—Jacob B. Decker A Sons. ««."" CATTLE r-h i , MASON CITY— For Wednesday Choice steers and heifers .., J29.50-32.M Good to clioic* steers and heifers -. K6 00-29 00 Good steers and heifers .... $26.00-29"00 Medium ste«rs and heifers ... $24.00-28 00 Fair steers and heifers $18.00^19.00 Plain steers and heifers ... $18.00-18 00 . May . July Sept RYE— Dec .90 .771,4, 721/i .70ii 1.74 1,70 May ...... ... SOYBEANS— •Dec .......... 2.66^ March ..... . .'. aTcTfe May ......... 2.59 July .......... 2.S4"/- LAHD— Dec. .........18.30 Jan; ......... 17.12 March . ....... 17.25 May' .. ........ 17.20 July ... ---- ..17.20 1.46V* 1.45 1 /. 1.38% 1.7 2 ' 2.55 1 /;! 2.58 2.55 Vi 2.52 16.85 16.77 16.82 1G.90 16.90 Cloie 2.41 2.28'/« 2.07V.. 2.07% 1.41 Mi 1.46Va 1.40V4 .85% .77 .71% .70 1.74 1.70 2.60 2.59 MJ 2.57 M, 2.53 V* 17.25 , 16.87 16.82 16.90 16.90 * SON FttMnt Bonw. A «••» ^ 4%nUtad tutMn AmbuUnc*. ,• iouib A4*n»i. WILL PAY el«ht (»ft) per e«mt tatenwt to a privat* party who wiU irant a small loan for 2 years. Good Mcurity. Write Box G-». Globe^taiette. * DRIVING to Phoenix, Ariz., about Jan.' 1. Can take 2 or 3 pais»njers. Stan expense*. Chryslw caf. Ph. 1975 or 33. Lost, Found 6 LOST—One bUlfoId a«« N. DcL Would appreciate return. Reward; S*e Aon Bolin, Damon'i office, 3rd fir. LOST—Lady'» gold Gotham wrirt watch. Liberal reward. Phone 51H-J. LOST—Chester White sow. Art Ttbbtta. Phone 33-FM. Clear Lake. LOST—Female Red Cocker Spaniel wear' ing green harness. Reward. Cat! 1931. LOST—Sun. night: Heart shaped locket between Cecil theater and county Jail. Reward. Call Manly 3M1. . Monty to Leon 8 Mason City .Grain ; At 10 a. m. Wednesday No. 2 oats,. 36 Ibs. . 75 C No. 2 yellow corn, Dec. ..... $1.24 No. 2 yellow corn, Jan. .... $1.25 Soybeans, Oct $2.39 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN i (Wednesday's M»rkit) Chlea^o, W)—Wheat: None. Corn: No. 2 yellow $1.44; Noj 3, '1.37* whlte ....... — • - • • • .-. Good cows ...... . ............ $16.50-17.00 •• ................ $14.50-16.00 bulls ........ . ...... S1SOO-S2W1 Medium bulls Bologna bulls ... Canner. and cutters Common CALVES CTTY—For Wednesday •-.-• $28.00 •••• $28.00 $18.00 Oats: No. 1 heavy mixed 89y 4 c; sara- ? 1 °..F adal .. 1h '«yy I".^« d '5''^: No. 1 heavy white fefdtl^S" 111 ' MiUln * »"»«»•.«•.• 8 ^l p « er hundredweight nominal: $17.50(S!l8r sweet clover irSffllfl. — No. 1-yellow $2.60 track In FINANCE YOUR "CAR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES • , • '• s and HOME IMPROVEMENTS through INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank Mason City, Iowa NEED. MONEY?;-' Let .me help jrou. Loans $25 to $308. See Mrs. Simon. .25 yean of reputable : dealing. Fast, friendly service at Security Loan.Co. Third Floor ttirt NaUonml Bank Bid*. CASH LOANS $20, $50, $100, upto$300 ; To Consolidate Overdue To Pay Seasonal Expenses For Doctor or Dentist Bills For Repairs on House or Ca» For Any Good Purpose •»• made on ttUry ear » turni- tura without endorsers. Take A U, M or more months L purpose of your loan, , repay depending on the to choice Good to choice ... Medium Common and Culls' SPRING LAMBS EWES $ 7.50- 9.50 $ 6.50- 7.50 $ 5.00- 8.00 Manly. Pallbearers were Harold, Arthur and Everett Pinta and Donald Enckson. Burial was at the Manly cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Organization for Merchant Marines An organization meeting for former members of the merchant marine or men who are now in that service will be held at the Legionnaire club Tuesday at 8 p m., for all men in the Mason City , HOGS food BOM* are In demand. And feedinc pif« of v aO wdchte. SHEEP We have a to? fat lamb market CONSIGN YOUK LIVESTOCK TO THE CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY FOR PROMPT SALE AND COMPLETE CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY—Chamber of Commerce SanU Ctaiw day. free show, Lake theater, I« a. in. and « p. m. Rotary club, AU Veteran* Social Cen- Red Cross home service worker, City • nau, i to 5. Saratoga post No. 4861, Veterans Foreign Wars, club rooms, *7:30. Of Royal Neighbors of America,' I.' o. O. K. hall. Children's program, Gospel TabernacIiJ, 1 7*30* Sunday school Christmas program Church of the Open Bible, 7:3oV Church school Christmas frolic. Congregational church, 4. Church school Christmas tree and pro- Forgery Charge Is Made Against John D. Gorman John D. Gorman, 625 3rd N. E waived preliminary hearing Wednesday before Police Judge B. R Dunn and was bound to the grand ]ury on a charge of forgery. Band was set at $2,000. Gorman was arrested by Mason City police Tuesday near Delaware and State He was alleged to have forged a check on the-name of John Redeker at the Mier Wolf and Sons a short time before his arrest. area. purpose of the organization will be to encourage legislation for a revised draft law whereby former merchant marine members won t be subject to the draft, according to Stanley Hauglahd, who is heading the group. For further information, men in- Haugland at SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (Wedneiday'a Market) T . So " th , 8t - *••'. -BUS— IU; S. D. A.)— Livestock: • , I; 000 '" ^"""^ *<»• slaughter . . heUer » considerably less uraeUt than, Tuesday in market decline Wednesday. Prices unevenly weak 50 cents lower. Cows continue fairly active mostly steady; bulls steady. Bulk me- aium-good steers, yearlings $22@26, In?£, d j"£, 2 1 ? ads good - 'datively shortfed 1,324 lb. steers »25.75. Choice medium weight steers confidently held around 531.50,. common steers $18@20. Scattering -. common . Good cows $19@20; high- good to $21, common-mediums $17.5061 1 canners-cutters »15@17. Good ll. $23, bulk cutter-common 18.50; i dem . an ?. """ow at , barely *t«ady price*. Scattering comma n-medium steers $1B@22. Good-choice dairy , **? ly Galves 3 ' 000 lower. Good-choice gen- $26@31, Complete Plans for Checker Tournament Plan* have been completed for the annual North Iowa Checker toumameni to be held at the Mason City Y. M. C. A., New Year's day. George Lane, secretary of the Iowa checker association, Waverly has been asked for a list of leading players in the territory, and representatives are expected from a number of North Iowa cities. The tournament will begin in the raorninr and last throughout the New York Stocks By The Associated Presa Final Quotations Wednesday Am Tel and Tel 149} Anaconda Cop 32J Bendix Aviat 34g Bethlehem Steel 33| Boeing Airplane 21$ Montgomery Ward 54 N Y Central R R 12f Radio Corp 13i Sears Roebuck 38} Standard Oil Ind 391 Standard Oil N J 721 Texan Co 53* U S Steel 70} Chrysler Corp 53| Gen Electric 39* Gen Motors 58fc Illinois Central 30t Int Harvester 27 CHICAGO Market) Cht "»». MV-<U. S. D. A.)— Live poul- . . . . . try: Firm. Hcc«lpt» as trucks. Price* un- »m.° 8 » 12>00 ,°,- °P« nIn * active, barrows, gilts generally Si higher, sows up 79 cent*. Good-choice 170 to S40 Ib barrows^ gilts $21.50@22, scattering 160 to 180 Ib. averages up to $22.25. Good- choice sows $17.50@18. Average costs weights Tuesday: Barrows, gilts $20.16 250 Ibs.; sows $17.23, 451 Ibs. • Sheep 1,500. Fresh receipts limited to around 700 mixe dofferings, however. 3 loads lambs and 3 loads ewes carried over from Tuesday also offered. Opening sales slaughter lambs 50 to 75 cents , good-choice wooled lambs $25® load and a hail 85 lb. South Da- tmbs at latter price to snipper :er ewes opening steady, good- choice $10(810.75. * Stock Market ^ Narrow New York, <£*)— Supply and demand were in close balance in a see-saw stock'market Wednesday. Most issues strayed .only- fractionally from Tuesday's final prices. Gains and losses were pretty evenly distributed with many stocks swaying between the plus and minus colurnns. Turnover was at about the same rate as in recent sessions, or around 1,000,00<) shares. Switching from one-stock to buy another once again bulked large in the day's business. Tax sales continued to come into the market but their pressure was mild.- Some reinvestment purchases were noted but bidding fro.m this direction was considerably less than spir- Household Finance Corporation ,'•' :l7>/& N. Federal AT*. Phon* S4I Over Gr*ea Kill Cai« MONEY "In Minutes" for ited. Produce «tB*tatl«ni by B. Q. Mene> At 10 a. m. Wednesday Capons, 7 Ibs. up • .......... . . 55c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. and up Heavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. NKW YORK PRODUCE (Wednesday's Market) _.. , - ,- - 600,912. Irr««Wholesale prices on bulk' cartons. Creamery, higher than 92 score and premium marks AA 64'A@64%c; 83 score A 63'/4C; 90 score B 62c; 89 score C 60%c. (New tubs usually command Vi cent a pound over the buik carton price). Cheese 702,434. Steady. Prices unchanged. Eggs'29.024. Firm.-New York spot quotations follow: M/dwestern: Mixed colors: Fancy heavyweights BlVic; extra, No. 1 large 80c; extra. No. 2 large Ma extra. No. 1 medium M<24»c; pul- .. .. 4"@47V4c; current receipt* HQSlc; dirties *»C80c; cheeks 45Q47c. CHICAGO rOTATOKS f «<Mesd«y's Ibrks4) ChUaf•. Ol»_(U. S. D7A.)—PoUtoes- Arrivals 47, on track 181; total U. 8. shipments 970; supplies rather light; demand good; market firm to slightly stronger. Idaho Russ«f Burbanks $3.s5«4.13. bakers $4.20. utilities «3.M. MinnesotalNorth Dakota Bed River VaJley Bliss Triumph* S', Po " ll »c* $3.40. New stock: California Bites Triumphs (per SO lb. sack) $S«3.2}. 29c 26c Light hens ..'..........!. i." 22c SpringsMeavy breeds ....... 30c Springs, Leghorns 23o Old cocks, heavy breeds ... 15c Leghorn cocks . I2c Eggs, at retail 49-59c Butter, Corn Country 73c Butter, Iowa State Brand 74c Deoth Nonce* 1 $50 $100 $250 and up ' SIGNATURE ' FURNITURE AUTO LOANS Speedy Confidential Sendee SEE CALL WRITE "Federal Discount Corporation E. A. (Chips) Spahn, Mgr. 19* N. Federal Mason City, lowm Pt ~ tta> STOTT, f. F., died at his home, 18 Conn. N. K., at 12:20 p. m. Wednesday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Major funeral home in charge. FISHER, Mrs. Anna L., 65, died at a local hospital at 3:45 a. m. Monday, after an iUness of 18 weeks. Services will be held at St Peter'* Lutheran church at Tennlmore, WU. t Thursday at 2 p. nx. with the Rev. B. T. Schedtler officiating. Burial will be at the StiUer cem«- tery, Stltaer, WIs. The McAuley and Son funeral home. *n charge. CHICAGO PRODUCE (W»i»es4ay's Market) - MV- Butter steady. Price* unchanged. H«celpt« lUcelpts gram, Zion Lutheran ehurcli, 7:30. day until a champion Is declared. SHERWOOD, Mrs. Nellie M., 73, wife of the late C. E. Sherwood, died at her home, 702 Jefferson N. W., Monday afternoon, following an Ulnew of • weeks Funeral services will be held at the Pat- tenon-.Tames funeral chap«l at 2 p m Thursday, with the Her. Clair Hicks officiating. Burial win be at the Rockwell cemetery. The PalUraojWeaKi funeral borne in charge. WE WANT YOUR APPLICATIONS FOR CITY LOANS AND FARM LOANS We can five you tint clast service ia every respect* Call or drop a line and let us know your requirements. HUGH H. SHEPARP Suite 2M Torester. Bid*. Phooe MABON 5TTY. IOWA Christmas Is Just Around the Corner ':' $,;• . to. , « 40S 12th S. K 10:45 *. m. WMtoaM Uck *ufte«d^hS« •t 01 14th •. E. runml Jhonk. _ WT WISH.to thank all oat kind frU0«b . "fl^*^? lor °* *>«««»»"' floww* •nditheir fcfM «xprMKiaas of iNNNNS'S'NU FOB CAM LOAMS *•• ^

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