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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                14 Nov W2 Mum Cily MIIOB crly u 2 Women to Baby Words Mason Cily police reported a rash of nine street accidents in volving automobiles Tuesday with packed snow and ice being respon sible for most of them Patrolmen were also called twice Wednesday morning to assist wom en to the maternity ward at a local hospital after autos in which they were slated to make the trip be came stalled in the snow Both arrived with time to spare the of ficers said Two of the auto mishaps toofcj place Tuesday morning The first happened at the intersection of South Federal and 7th involving j cars operated by Gordon 110 25th S W and Harris Dillu bough Mason City Both machines received fender damage Lands in Ditch Midwest Livestock Trend Good 190160 1 Mino 1701 SO 180190 190200 I WEDNESDAY Albert Lea Minn 23c higher rucui AutlB Miao Me Ibs S1060 Ibi S1160 Ibs Ibs Ibs S1535 200210 J13GO 210220 Ibs S1560 220230 S1SW 230240 Ibs S1SCO 240Z50 Ibs S1545 2302H S1530 280270 IbJ S15J5 270280 Ibs S1500 280290 IbJ S1485 290300 Ibs S14W 300310 Ibs 51460 310320 Ibs 320330 IbJ S1460 330340 Ibs S1435 340350 Ibs S1435 350360 Ibs 51435 Good Packing 270300 Ibs 51483 300330 Ibs S1460 330360 Ibs 380400 Ibs 400450 Ibs S1335 450500 Ibs J1285 500550 Ibs S1235 Also Tuesday morning Maynard Oddcn 924 lOlh N E was driving west on 4ih S W when he was forced into a ditch by a cily snow plow which swerved to miss a parked car Ocldcns car received damage to the grill and front fend ers At p m Andrew Nelson 14 Taylor S W collided with Gilbert Mocller Beaman on Delaware N E at 4th A half holir laler on 4th S W Raymond Field Joice collided with Harold Bayliss Bel mond The cars received bumper fender and door damage Snow and ice also was blamcti when the car of Charles Hogan 120 3rd N E collided with Uannc Grim 1441 Hampshire N E at the intersection of Elm Drive and Pennsylvania N E at p in The sides and fronts of both cars were damaged Four More Police also reported four acci dents Tuesday night At p m at 3si and South Federal a truck driven by Glenn Kiinball 503 14th S 1C collided with auto operated by Lcvi Lurie Chicago while making a left turn The truck then slid into a car driv en by Cecil Sellers 10 Pierce S W Each vehicle received extensive damage At p m on Carolina N E car operated by Mrs 0 E Roberts Manly collided with a tractor driven by Tony Almaii 2319 Carolina N E Only the car was damaged At p m at Delaware N E and 2nd cars driven by Jacob Hacker OVis 1st S E and G A Brattrude Clear Lake collided The right side of the Hacker car was damaged At p m on Maple Drive a car driven by Ronald Dcinpsey 803 8th S E slid into one operated by Wayne Burgess H7G Maple Drive The front and rear ends of the respective machines were ex tensivcly damaged pholo by Musser PACKAGES KOll members of the TIT Club tie Christmas packages for the servicemen will be on the high seas at Christmas The packages were packed as part of the Reel Cross service six different gifts being included in each of the 50 packages These are sent out with the boats as the men leave unable tobe con tacted at Christmas time From left to right are Mrs William Moriskv 118 Linden Drive Mrs Steve Stahl 811 Jackson NW and Mrs Ralph 3rd SW They met at the home of Mrs W H Tatc 202 Virginia SE who is chairman of the entertainment committee for the Red Cross Cose History Publicity Men Coming Back By CHARLES DENTON HOLLYWOOD begin ning to look as if those highpres sure publicity men who kept movie stars in the headlines in the silent film days arc coming back Consider the case of exmodel ind movie aspirant Ariel Ames clearly the perkyfaced blond sighed Then she tripped away to her randmothcrs home to ibly for a movie producer with a cript about a girl in a trance ice Ariel Edmundson Ariel is the 24yearold blond vho lapsetl into a trance at a as Vegas Nov bistro last week end while listening to Baritone lohn Arccsi warble a tune She came back to this world some 4 lours later when Arcesi croonec he same song to her again Offered All hands insisted that no pub icily stunt was involved Publicist Ed Scofield who evinces an in tercsl in both Arcesi and Ariel even offered to anyone who could prove dial she had mel the ingcr before she walked into the Thtiiidcrbird Hotel dining room But newsspace conscious Holly wood recalled that Arcesis aides decamp only recently dunked pretty girl in 10 gallons of honey t publicize the singers recording o Wild Honey And gossips reported that Ark was lie roommate of Scofield secretary Worked System Newspaper files revealed that Pupils Finance Teachers Trip BRUNSWICK Ga retired ligh school English teacher will isit the English homeland of her iterary heroes because of the gen erosity of her pupils of a half ccn turn of teaching Miss Jane Ma con 70 received cash gifts totalling 82400 from her former students following her com pulsory retirement last June from alynu Academy here The purse resulted from letters sent to about 2000 former students of Lady Jane as she was affectionately known Replies came in from all sections of the globe New Episcopal Rector Thursday Celebrates Thanksgiving Eucharist The first service in Mason City for the Rev Alfred H M alone new rector of St Johns Episcopal Church will be a Thanksgiving Eucharist at 9 a m Thursday Mr Malonc also will have regular services on Sunday Scofiehl and another publicist Sam Taylor got considerable publicity for a Las Vegas casino in 1946 by claiming they were four leaf clo ver boys who won more than working a system at roulette Immediately after the lilting strains of Arcesis voice revived her Ariel admittedly broke boarded a charter plane for a flight Roosevelt Pack 12 Gets Three Webelos Three new Cubs Michael Troeg er Eddie Cascbolt and Rodger Pinnckc got their Bobcat aware at the meeting of Pack 12 Monda night at Roosevelt School Wcbelo awards were given to David Mc Donough Bare Connally and Rillj Draheim Others receiving awards were Jerry Best Curtis Waters Clifford Bough Jon Tisor Jon Withers Larry Tisor Jim Coc Michael Stewart Bob Miller Denny Jack son Billy Snclson Jimmy Greg son and Tommy Drahicm Skils of the Pilgrims leaving England to our first Thanksgiving were presented by the Dens o Mrs Tyler Stewart Mrs Charles Sinclair and Mrs Arthur Waters The Den of Mrs Raymond McCok gave the opening ceremony anc Mrs Graydon Snclsons Den gave Ihc closing ceremony with Mrs Howard Miller as their accompan 1st the Voter Registration Mark Set in City Mason City had 35271 voters registered correctly for the Nov 4 general election an alltime rec ord City Clerk Pearl Kellogg re ported Tuesday All but about 2000 of them she said actually cast their ballots The previous high was recorded in 1340 when 145110 were registered back to Hollywood that costs by commercial airline At the airport Arthur Knight a consulting psychologist and former vice president of the American Hypnotic Association who w a s flown to Las Vegas to bjcak Ariels trance patted her hand con solingly Never Again The thing we must do is make Max McCollough district com mlssioner was a guest Dick Car ter Cubmastcr announced a can party Dec 2 at Roosevelt Schoo and the next Pack mecling Dec 15 The next planning meeting wil be at the home of Mrs Arthur Wa tors Dec 29 SU54 S16M S1SOO S1530 Waterloo 2Sc S13W 31440 51425 31425 Cedar Rapids 15C3JC hUbcr S139C ttsoo X153S S55S5 S14M 514SO S1453 51475 S1375 Index to Classified Card Tfcudw U Mcnwriun riueraj Cemeteries Ax Hog Prices Show Gain CHICAGO prices were 25 to 35 cents higher on butchers Wednesday ranging strong to mostly 25 cents up on sows Top was Cattle were steady to 50 cents higher with instances of higher Europe Awaits Ike Regarding Its Future By PHIL NEWSOM Jnifed Press Foreign News Editor Events in Europe today move ike a sluggish river The current is almost impcrccpt blc but week by week it may be measured and the direction re mains the same It is away from he high ideals set forth in dreams of a Europe unified politically and economically and back to tribal jealousies and suspicions tradi ionally settled by war from the stone age to the final blinding flash of the atom bomb This sluggish European river lows along a path cut through he centuries and apparently it can be reversed only by the strongest sustained pressures and hose from the outside primarily from the United Slates For a lime the United Stales ipplicd those pressures and re versed the flow Then came our political cam paigns and now the stale period while we await the change in ad ministrations Hopes High Six monlhs ago when hopes rises Slaughter lambs were 50 cents higher USDA Salable hojis 9000 Fairly ac tive uneven generally 25 cents to 35 cents higher on butchers strong to mostly 25 cents higher on sows early clearance most choice 180220 Ib weights with S17 paid freely for choice 180210 Ib around 100 head choice 190120 Ib at S1710 most cliulce 230200 Ib S1G501G75 choice 270300 Ib load around 425 Ib mixed butchers and sows SIS most choice sows weighing 300550 Ib S1375 Grains Seek Lower Levels CHICAGO Jti Grains sought lower levels the ur gent shortcovering of the previous session failed to be repeated Wheat at noon was B1U lower December corn low er December oats ower December 841a soybeans Va ower to higher January and lard 5 to 10 cents a hundred pounds lower December 400 Slaughter steers and heifers active lully steady to mostly 50 tents higher nslnncos up more Cows averaging 50 cents higher bulls steady to mostly 50 cents higher vealers steady to higher a load of high prime around 1150 Ib steers held above several londs prime steers 1250 Ib down S265037 bulk choice and prime sleers few loads S3375aS25 prime 14251550 Ib weights good to low choice steers 52631 commercial to low good grades a few utility steers down to S1750 prime mixed steer and heifer yearlings 53550 most good and choice hellers commercial grades S1923 utility ami com mercial cows S1417 canners and cutters utility and commercial bulls commercial to prime vealers Salable sheep 2500 Slaughter lambs 50 cents higher top paid freely clipped lambs three decks western ewes 1575 Salable cattle 8500 Salable calves WEDNESDAYS GKAIN CLOSE CHICAGO WHEAT Dec Mar May July Sept CORN Dec Mar May July Sept OATS Open High Low S233U 240U 240W 239 21414 242H 242H 244 Close 239 Vi HOUSE HITS CAR KOUT WORTH Tex E sure his doesnt happen again he Dickey claims a first in the house said cheerily Dont worry it wont Ariel said flatly And she sounded as if she meant it Im dizzy and I cant think 1 hitscar department A house be ing moved down a street in front of his home sidcswipcd his parked automobile taking off part of a wore running high first for the economic and military and finally or the political unity of Europe a lions share oE the credit went o NATO Commander Gen Dwight D Eisenhower Only Eisenhower it was said the man who led the combined armies of the West to the final1 destruction of Hitler had the sta ture to persuade Germans and French to join in the same army Next January as President of Lhe United Stales Eisenhower will Tind much of his work to do over both in France and in Germany This week West German Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer one of the architects of European unity suf fered his worst political defeat in three years The Bonn Parliament rejected his request for ratification next week of the West German Peace Treaty and the European Army Pact Earlier West Germanys major olitical parties had united behind resolution declaring the forth oming elections in the Saar il igal and refusing to recognize any aar government resulting from Loco I Livestock MASON Wednesday 25c35c higher Good llgllt lights 160170 S1275 Good light lights 170180 Good ilgllt lights 380190 S1475 Good light lights 190200 Good medium weights 200220 Goo medium weights 220230 S1575 Good medium weights 230240 Good medium weights 240250 S1560 Good medium weights 250260 S1545 Good medium weights 260270 S1530 Good medium weights 270280 S1515 Good medium weights 280290 Good medium weights 290300 Good medium weights 300310 Good medium weights 310320 Good medium weights 320330 Good medium weights 330340 Good medium weights 340350 S1410 Good medium weights 350360 S1395 May July RYE Dec May July SOYBEANS Jan Mar Slay July Sept LARD Dec Jan Mar May July lBGi 173 175W 174Vi 84U 89i 8811 1731k 175H 174V 89Vi 88U 8614 202 209 ioavi 307 309i 306 297 1030 1032 1070 1100 1120 308V4 309M 242 165 VI 170H 173 174W 174M 83 s 88V4 88 2001 207 207V4 306V1 240i 242 Vi 165S 170 305V4 297 1030 1032 1070 1120 307 V4 1000 1010 1040 1075 1115 3081 2 1000 1005 1045 1077 1115 Good sows Good sows Good sows 270300 300330 330360 Good sows 360400 Good sows 400450 Good sows 450500 No hogs received after 5 p E Decker i Sons CATTLE SIASON Wednesday Prime steers ana hellers J26002800 Commercial steers and hellers Choice steers and heifers Good steers and heifers Utility steers and heifers Good Cows S150017M S14001800 Commercial cows Utility cows Canners and cutters Bulls CALVES MASON Wednesday Common SU001800 Culls Choice S 8001000 Good S22002600 Medium Mason City Grain At pm Wednesday Oats No 2 82c Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del CHICAGO CASH GRAIN Wedneidivi Market CHICAGO wheat None Corn No 2 yellow SlHtt No 3 yellow SlSOUlMVi No 4 S162Vi162i No 5 Sl45l61V4 sample grade Sl40Hl663i Oats Sample grade mixed 84c Barley nominal Mailing feed Field seed per hundredweight nominal Sweet clover white red top S3839 nlslke timothy red clover LAMBS MASON Wednesday Out oi sheep marxet until further EL Sons fender filobcCaictto photo by Schmidt EVEN IT GOT were not the only vehicles getting stuck Wednesday This littlesnowplow workinp on the sidewalks around the School Administration Building1 got stuck periodically but worked its way out of the biy drifts ie elections Both were expressions of dis atisfaction with the government nd implied rejection of the whole ticory of unity Two Clouds Two other clouds nlso hover on Adenauers horizon His Christian cmocrUs have lost strength to oth right and left in recent local elections and the German supreme court still must rule on a claim jrougM by the Socialists that Ger nan rearmament is unconstitution il In France the Pinny govern ncnt continues determinedly cheer ul about prospects for eventual Trench ratification of the peace reaty and the army But the Pinay government also is in trou te over Pinays insistence on gov eminent economies a n d strong criticism from both Socialists and rightwing De Gaullists of the Ger man and European army treaties De Gaulle may even attempt to hrow the question of French arm German participation in a com mon army into a national referen dum SODTH ST PAUL LIVESTOCK Wednesdays MirkrU SOUTH ST PAUL Minn 1800 Marketing falling below estimates as traffic In this area semipralyzed due to overnight blizzard Storm market in all sections Market steady to strong Prime 1063 Ibs slaughter steers S35 Choice steersyearlings 53133 Choiceprime 1400 Ibs steers S34 Good bulls commercial Goodchoice veal crs Goodchoice slaughter calves SI 822 Hogs 6800 Market not established Sheep 1200 Slaughter lambs strong slaughter owes steady Feeding lambs weak Goodprime wooled slaughter lambs Goodchoice slaughter ewes S7750 Most Stocks Move Higher NEW YORK UP A wide break in Union Pacific Railroad shares marred an otherwise higher stock market list Wednesday Union Pacific had risen to 119 up 4A points net When directors declared only the usual extra traders sold the stock and it 3roke five points to This was sufficient to bring a tiny loss into the railroad average which had risen to a 21year high earlier in the day However the remainder of the market continued under what Wall Street described as a new favor able psychology brought on by the Eisenhower election Industrials rose to their best level since April 26 1930 Utilities advanced a few cents and were near their 21year top Mo son City Produce Quotations fcj E G At am Wednesday Eggs No 1 45c Eggs No 2 35c Eggs No 3 30c Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over 16c Hens under 5 Ibs14c Leghorn hens 14c White Rock Springs 23c Cocks IZc Leghorn Cocks lOc CHICAGO POTATOES CHICAGO Arri vals 56 on track 319 total US ship ments 637 supplies moderate demand fair for Russets market Ilrm for Colorado Red McClures slightly weaker Colorado Red McClures S425445 Idaho RusMts 525 Community Center Officers Elected the Community Center program the following of ficers were elected President Wendell Moore vice president Mrs Ed Aldinger secretary Mrs Danny Rodgers and treasurer Dan Klavcr The plumage of penguins Is formed of small scalelike feathers WALL ST MEMO Stocks traded in hit fastest in a year NY Stock New York Stocks By United Prtss Final AldStrs 38li NatBisc 34 AllisChal SGVi NatDairy 55 NYC 21V4 AmnSmelt 41ls Packard 4 AmnTitT 158 Penney AmnTob 64 PepsiCola 9V4 Anaconda 42Vi PhilsPet 58Ts Armour lOVi RCA 29 Atchison 94 RemRand 19V4 Bendix 60 ReynldTob 4iy4 BethSU52V4 Safeway Boeing Sears 59 Budd 14 Sinclair 40 Caterplr 61V4 Socony 35i Chrysler 84 SouPac 434 CocaCola lilW StdBrds 27 ComEd 33V4 SOCal Deere ZIY SOInd 73 DuPont SOOhio 37 Firestone 70 Studcbaker 36 Genfilec 68 Swift 31 GenMtrs Texaco 56 Goodyer48 UnCarb 67Vi Homestake 36 UtdAir 29 lllCent 80V4 UtdCorp IntHarv 32 USGyps 113 IntTotT 19 USStl 40 Kennecctt 74Vi WestUn 28 Lockhd 21 WstghseEl 45 MarField 24 Wilson 10 Martin 13 V8 Wool worth 44 NashKelv 22Vi Zenith 87 Money to Loan i 2 A2 3 A3 4 Permute ft Lwt Found AuctfeB Sales 7 Moat to Loan Real Lous Al Invesmcnt8 Insurance 10 Entertainment 12 DUtributon 15 Seeds IV Business Opportunities IS Male Kelp Wanted 20 Female Help Wanted 21 Situation Wanted 22 Help Male Female 23 Salesladies 24 Salesmen 23 AfenU 26 Services Offered 27 Instruction 28 Business Locations 30 Sale or Trade 31 Rooms for Rent 32 Apts for Rent 33 Houses for Rent 34 Houses for Sale 35 Cottages A35 Sale or Rent B35 Lots for Sale 36 Acreage 37 Board Room 38 Farms for Sale 39 Farms for Rect 40 Machinery 41 Livestock 42 Dogs Birds PetE 43 Miscellaneous for Sale 44 Sptg Goods EquipA44 Foods 45 Gardens A45 Bldg Materials Etc46 Nursery Stock 47 Musical Instruments 48 Offices for Rent 49 Office Equipment SO Business Equipment A50 Real Estate 51 Garages 52 Wearing Apparel 53 Household Goods 54 Poultry Eggs 55 Wanted to Buy 56 Wanted to Rent 57 Wanted to Borrow 58 Wanted to Buy or Rent 59 Used Cars 60 Used Trucks 6J Auto Accessories 62 Airplanes Equip Etc63 Depth Notices WILCOX J W Jack 83 Mankalo Minn died at a Mason City hos pital Tuesday morning following an illness Tentative services have been set for 2 pm Friday at the Gordon Funeral Home at Mankato Inter inent will be at Glenwood Cemetery MankaCo The PattersonJames Fu neral Home Is in charge EDGINGTON James 57 died suddenly Sunday morning at his home 426 Pierce SW Funeral sen ices will be held at 2 p m Friday at the McAuley and Son Chapel with the Rev Peter Jansen pastor of the First Congregational Church offi ciating Interment will be at Memo rial Park Cemetery with military services at the graveside The Mc Anlcy and Son Funeral Home is In charge OTTO Charles 85 of 439 28th SW died Wednesday morning following an illness Funeral arrangements are incomplete The PattersonJames Funeral Home is in charge MURPHY Mrs Slattle 88 of 232 4th NW died at her home late Tuesday following a long illness Fu neral are incomplete The Rosary will be said Wednesday evening The Colonial Funeral Home is In charge NOT DOWNHEARTED PROVIDENCE R I UP Ernest J Gendreau 38 a veteran whose legs are paralyzed from a war wound has built up a thriving business selling insurance from his wheel chair Notices 1 RING VALVE JOB MOTALOY DOES IT 11WH1LEUDRIV E GUARANTEED Stops oil burning Raises slon Saves fuel CarsTrucksTractors KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 11 3rd NE Mason City la In Memoriam A2 IN LOVING memory of Mrs Etheljn Wenrlch Elfstrom who passed way Nov 26 1946 Memories are treasures No one can steal Death Is a heartache No one can heal Some may forget you Now that you are gone But we shall remember you No matter how long Husancl and sons Mother and father Sisters and brothers Funeral Directors3 MASON CITY RlcAULEY fc SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral service 8 S Adams Phone 651 MAJOR FUNERAL HOME Phone 511 209 2nd NE Major Ice Meets Your Needs COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME The Home of ThoughtfulService 126 3rd St NE Phone 1505 PATTERSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason Licensed In Minnesota and Iowa CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Clear Lake Ambulance service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 MONEY TO PAY BILLS Or For Other Needs to Convenient Monthly Payments Up to 20 Months allowed OB Loans Exempt from Govt Regulations Phone Write or Come In OutofTown loans also made State Finance Co Over Hub Clothing 201 Weir Bldg Entrance 5 W SEt us about financing our nv car Untied Home Bank St Trust Co AUTO LOANS ON New or Used Cars 24 Years Service in North Iowa UNITED Financial Service Phone 57 15Vi N Federal OVER FORD HOPKINS DRUG Group Your Bills HAVE ONE PLACE TO PAY ONE PAYMENT TO MAKE and up GET MONEY IN MINUTES THRIFT LOAN CO 192 N Federal Phone 516 Over Woolworths 5 10 Business Opportunities 18 Due to the fact that we arc manufacturing our salad dressings and cannot keep up with our future orders we will sell Mason Citys only year round DriveIn The Nifty Nook Phone 1832 Male Help Wonted 20 WELDERS First class ARC welders ex perienced with and inch rod Must pass test be fore final hiring Permanent and working 45 to 54 hours per week Openings on both day and night shifts Shift bonus Excellent working con ditions Various employee benefits Omaha Steel Works 609 South 48th Street Omaha 6 Nebraska Wanted LUBRICATION MAN Permanent job Opportunity for advancement Excellent working conditions See KENNETH PAULSEN or CLIFF KITTLESON Etc 83 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable since 1189 See our large display of fin ished monuments In all granites In cluding Montello Mark every grave We deliver ISO 10th St SW Phone 392 Personals GOING to California Why not drive late model car to Long Beach for us Ph 2911 for details COLORS bright for Christmas night Clean your rugs and upholstery with Fina Foam Damons Money to Loan Employed Women MARRIED OR SINGLE to LOANS Use our Special Lunch Hour Ser vice Ph 413 first and get the loan in one visit Get It your and fast Ask Mrs Simon 321322 First Natl Bldg Security Loan Co NEED A LOAN to If you need money for any good purpose apply at HFC for a loan on your salary car or furniture without endorsers Ask about our convenient monthly repayment plans For prompt friendly service phone or visit our office today MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT HOUSEHOLD Finance Corp 7Vi North Avenue Sod Floor Utl At Bill Haw ey INC 626 South Federal Avc Machine Burners First class men experienced in machine and precision work Must pass test before final hiring Permanent and working 45 to 54 hours per week Excellent working con ditions Various employee benefits Omaha Stee Works 609 South 48th Street Omaha 6 Nebraska Wanted Experienced DISTRIBUTION LINEMAN RATE ffl VODpw houp 40 HOURS PER WEEK HOOSIER ENGINEERING CO James Jackson BQX 784 MARION INDIANA WANTED PART TIME MESSENGER If you are interested In working part time In addition to other employment from S to 12 pm Moo through Sat contact the local West ern Union Office per hour Mart be 16 or over with bicycle BUTCHER STOCK MAN DELIVERY MAN Phone 785   

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