Mason City Globe Gazette, December 8, 1952

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 08, 1952

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1952, Mason City, Iowa 14 Dec CUf GlfttGtittlt MMM CKj U Your Library Order Copies of Sun Over CerroGordo By LYDIA M BARRETTE Mison City Librarian Sinci Miss Mary EUen Evans rural extension librarian says she knows she is going to get a lot of calls for Sun Over Cerro Gordo the library has ordered two more copies in addition to the two Mr Wilkinson inscribed this week for our community when this book was first published An extra copy of Orchard ordered Farm also has been On the Homesteaders Half Hour from WOI Ames pamphlets on child care that are waiting for you to use were recommended from the Childrens Bureau The Library has also ordered How to Be a Good MotherinLaw and Grand mother recommended in that hour because that is an intriguing subject with all too little written about it New Science Research pamphlets CLOSING OUT Public SALE As we ore moving out of the irate we will hold a com plete closing out sale of our livestock farming equip ment etc at the old Charles Anderson farm located three miles east two miles south of Sheffield or seven miles north two miles east one mile north and one mile east of Hampton or icven miles west and two miles north of Aredale and we will sell on Wednesday 1O Commencing at following property 51 Head of Cattle Consisting of twenty good milk cows Hofsteins and Guernseys as follows One old cow Three cows fourth and fifth calf Four cows third calf Eight cows second calf Four first calf Holstein heifer eighteen months This is a good producing herd and good milkers Fourteen sum mer calves steers and heifers Nine Hereford heifers coming two years old Six Hereford steers weight about 600 Ibs Hereford bull two years old 48 Head of Sheep Consisting of thirtysix feeder lambs on full feed Twelve good native ewes Hay Straw Guns Collie Dog Etc 75M Of hay Ma rim bolt action rifle250 baits of strw Collie spayed female three ytrt old and good one 6gauge Stevens single barrel shotgun with shells one old Tractors Farm Machinery Equipment Etc Farmatl H Tractor good condition John Deere side delivery rake 11A John Deere combine ol International combine I0n tandem disc Tractor cultivator Manure spreader Three steel wheel wagons Two rubber tire wagons Steel wagon box Triple wagon box 300gallon gas barrel on standard Six 50 gallon barrels Hay rope around 150 feet used two years 5can electric cooling tank Woods Bros corn picker Wagon ui Uck new elevator bought Two pump acks and motors Hog feeder Hog waterer Cowboy tank heater Manure carrier and track 11 x 38 tractor chains Many other small farm tools and ar ticles too numerous to mention TERMS OF SALE CASH Or if you want time make your arrangements with the clerk of sale before times of sale No property to be removed until settled for ANNIS AND GLEN NELSON L S Johansen Heinle Uhlenhopp Auctioneers Sheffield Savings Bank Clerk FARM AUCTION As I ana quitting the Icrrra I will sell all my personal prop erty at Public Auction to the highest bidder without re serve at the farm located IVi miles west and 3V4 miles north oi Britt or 2 miles west and 5 miles south of Crystal Lake Wednesday Dec 1 0 STARTS OCLOCK P M 29HEAD CATTLE29 11 Head of Guernsey Milk 1 fresh recently 1 to be fresh by Sale time 1 to be fresh soon after sale 3 have been fresh since August 2 to be fresh in early spring Purebred Polled Hereford BulMAll milk cows and the bull IB and Bangs tested in November White Face and FARM MACHINERY CASE COMBINE1950 5ft Woods Bros CORN Good Condition AC 2ftW 1938 AC WC u Mower 2unit chint good condition 2row AC cultivator 790 J D trctor good condition J D horse J D 5ft l r 30ft J D lvtor hoist Nw Idea cfolivry rkt 0ood condition 10ft J D dtik ck David Brdlty disk 7 It 4 inch David I Brdlty tooth good condition Mft flxibl H nearly J D wlth K Avtry lft Minn Tript box with b good condition 2 other About 200 ft hay rope CKppgr fanning mill cylinder sheller with cob carrier David Bred en steel buzz saw 301nhe blade Two self feeders cream smalt too numerous to mention About 2M bales straw 100 bales 1st cutting alfalfa 150 bales ewttfn Half balw 3rd cuttingHalf No property to be removed until settled far ARTHUR DEWEY Prop M H ftrvmmuntf Auct First State Bank Britt Clerk on Fads About Narcotics Dat ing Days Choosing Your Ca rcer Facts About Alcohol and the problems of young people on wishing to make new friends on how to ask for a date on knowing how to study better or on losing ones temper have also just beer added to the pamphlet file Pamphlets Ready Since December is such a busy month and people are looking for information in capsule size Miss Gladys JCehm head of circulation desk has arranged some of these pamphlets at the desk so he who runs in order to get in time to shop or tosee still has time to read a bit and an at tractive pamphlet to fit hisneed Parties will soon be the order of the day and there is a new book by Graham on parties for boys and girls For those still deep in gift making Ashton has Anyone Can Paint Fabrics There is a beauti ful book on Indian Silversmithlng1 u new I uuurt till llJUItlll OUVtrSIT I by Ben Hunt and there is book of cartoons by Hockinson called There are Ladies Present Brobeck has a new book on cook ing with curry and Kay Hardy ad vises on how to make your own slip covers Clear drawings and diagrams and many photographs are a help but it will be a brave woman who will attempt anything of this sort until after the holidays are over Probably it is better to enjoy the old furniture till after Christmas and let the new slip covers come with the new year Three Personalities Elizabeth Barrett Browning James Russell Lowell dubbed Vic torian Knight Errant and Alvin Johnson in Pioneers Progress are three interesting personalities about whom there are books this week Rufus Jarman has made a good story about Ellsworth Milton Stat ler and his famous inns He says hes an authority in this field be cause he has been a prominent problem to hotel keepers for years Lots of people have sus pected it would be fun to run a hotel Jarman assures them they are right There is good money in it too if you have the ability of Statler Four million people make their living by selling and the Lairds have a new book for them called Practical Sales Psychology Holzman Livingston have a book covering Big Business Meth ods for the Small Business On Modern Books For young people there is a good account of people who wrote our best recent books It is called The Story Behind Modern Books A companion volume is The Story Behind Great Stories It gives notes about the authors of great stories and often the circumstances under which they were written as n the case of the Greek slave Aesop who first told his immortal fables to his masters banquet guests and Carl Sandburg who wrote the lovely Jlostabago Stories to entertain his own three daughters For more sophisticated readers here is a book by Frank Swinner on called The Bookmans Lon don It is a general guide to the London Literary world There arc two new lives of the Virgin Mary One is by Fulton Sheen and the other is by F J Sheed This is a gift of the Catholic Daughters of America They have given a book about youth called Your TeenAgers and How to Sur vive Them We Get Along All of us know that all Americans arc immigrants or the descendants of immigrants Marguerite Stewart writes about how well we all get along together and how varied we are Ellsberg has a book that the critics are suggesting is a strange ly out of character book Salvage AP Wircphoto ROMANCE AND Russell 80 yearold British philosopher is shown greeting his Amer ican fiancee Miss Edith Finch at his home in Surrey Eng land recently Miss Finch 52 is the daughter of Mrs Ed ward Finch of Philadelphia The wedding ex pected to take place in January will be Russells fourth His third marriage was dissolved last June Afternoon Auction AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tues Afternoon Dec 91 p m Will have a lot more Montana steers and heifers yearlings and calves many consignments of native stock including spring ing cows and heifers We have an exceptionally good butcher market Bring in any stock you want to sell AM consignments appreciated We have cattle for private sale at all times Let us know what you want to buy ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byion Colhoun Owner Phone 113 St Ansgor AUCTION Lunds Sales Barn East Edge of Mason City Iowa Thursday Dec 11 SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT OCLOCK NOON Large amount of tools including Electric drills Electric paint sprayers Pipe wrenches Socket wrench sets Hammers Saws Drill bit sets Screw drivers Wrecking bars Log chains Scoop shovels 50 ft Garden hose Silverware sets Watches and Lots of other items Also livestock and other merchandise Be sure to attend this sale You will get plenty of bargains AUCTIONEERS FROM 26 STATES AND CANADA WILL DO THE SELLING BE SURE TO HEAR THEM las always been Admiral Ells bergs operation But isnt he still salvaging something more than a sinking ship in his new book It s a humanly tender account of Passport for Jennifer the home less and motherless child to whom a childless and loving couple across the sea wanted to give a home There is a new book on can foreign policy It is by Samuel Cheevey of Harvard and H Field Haviland of Haverford It has been urged that this book is collateral reading for everyone who reads the headlines and required for those who hope and work for peace OBSERVE HOMECOMING IOWA lodge No 100 IOOF will observe an nual homecoming night Monday Dec 8 Harry Larson of Forest City grand master of the Grand Lodge of Iowa will speak At the close of the meeting there will be an oyster supper Members of the committee are Fred F Hall John F Hansen and Bert A Boddy WANTED TO BUY AMES OATS 87C PER BU Must Be Clean Bring Sample Cleor Lake Grain Co Clear Lake Iowa LINE OPIPE Stick to the the Smoke Blow Where It Will By T Pipe SNOWSHOVEL BLUES When winter comes on every hand Snow shovels bloom so gay AmeriAnd brightly sing their merry songs Throughout the dark cold day The people then do sally forth To clear the walks of snow And heave it gently to one side Because they love it so An evil tool the shovel is That breaks the backs of men And much they hate it all day long When winter comes again And yet it blooms the w i n t er through Nor minds the snow a bit It gaily sings day after day While much enjoying it Which it was our intention to write a few verses of an humorous nature But the more we wrote about the pestiferous shovel its way of life and of all the misery and heartbreak it causes the more exasperated we became and we lost all our sense of humor in one dull sickening plop And to add insult to injury and exasperation as a usual thing from the time of the first snow un til about the last of March one no sooner rids the walks of one snow Public AUCTION As I am quitting fanning I will sell the following property on the farm located south of Mason City to the 3rd school house on Highway 85 then the 3rd farm west or about mile west of highway on TUESDAY DEC 9 1952 Sale Starts at P M Sharp LIVESTOCK 14 head Holstein Dairy Cattle 6 cows milking 1 dry 1 Purebred bull 2 years old 6 heifers from 2 months to years All cattle callhood vaccinated for Bangs and recentlytested for TB Cows and bull Bangs tested About 30 head feeder pigs Hampshires and Yorkshires MACHINERY D C Case tractor with wheel weights and cultivator Case 316 in plow John Deere No D 1950 corn shllr wM powerk off drive M ft drag International tractor spreader on rubber 7xU ft rubber tired wagonwagon gear with rubber and wooden wheel International seller hy loaded tk F 11 inch grinder with traveling table Vnd power take off Essex sprayer Case 7 ft tractor mower Oliver 2row com picker buzz Err rldrr mowtr mower 12x38 tractor chains No 4 electric cream separator wash tank and stand pails and cans gas tank and stand tank abeot gal capacity swather for 7 ft mowtV f0r9 drill robber bet and articles too numerous to mention until another one comes along to undo alt the good works just re cently done or did ANYHOW IT LOOKS LIKE A WHITE CHRISTMAS A For some reason or other it do seem of late that radio commer cials are becoming longer more hard to listen to and 1947 CHEVROLET Stock Rack s AND GRAIN Around 1500 bushels of corn 450 bushels oats 220 bales hay second cutting of alfalfa HOUSEHOLD GOODS 7 ft GE Refrigerator 9 ft Perfection Deep Freezer Twin 13 Thor Washing Machine TON overhauled last spring Groin Box and inch Super Flame Ml Heater 300 Electric Chick Battery Girls inch Bike just like new to be removed until settled lor dlk EARL LILLIBRIDGE Bob Pedetty Auctioneer First National Bank Mason City Clerk And how much easier it would be to listen to the night disk programs did the jockey play more and talk less As a usual thing the music sounds a great deal better than any thing the jds have to say 4h Note to Harold Hood We forgot to thank you for the invitation to attend the grand opening or should jjwe say showing of the new Pack j ards But owing to conditions over which we had no immediate con trol we were prevented from at tending However everything is all right We snuck over and looked at the new car while you had it in your garage awaiting the opening I day A note from A Farmer asks whaj is all the fuss about by the city folks over the recent snow precipitation He says those who holler about excessive snow in the city were to come out on a farm they would know what an over sized snow storm really means in an unappreciated way He says the first thing he did that morning was to take off for the barn He waded toward it until the snow reached up lo his neck so he had to wade back and get a shovel and it took him 30 mins to get through Then another 15 mins to get to the pig lot and another five minutes to shovel a path to the b And he hadnt been able to get down to the mail box yet It must be pretty tough living on a farm in the winter TIS TOUGH TO HAVE TO SHOVEL SNOW TO EVERYWHERE ONE WANTS TO GO Note to Walter Schwandt Con gratulations on being elected pres ident of the North Iowa Shrine Club We know you will make us a good one And by the way when we showed The Missus your picture Midwest Livestock Trend Good 150160 160470 Ibc 170lBfl Ibi 190200 J1J10 200210 Ibs j1535 210220 S1535 220230 Ibs J1535 230240 Ibs Jisjs 240250 Jli25 250260 J1515 260270 Ibs 270280 Ibs 280290 Ibs 290300 Ibs 300310 Ibs 310320 tbi 320330 330340 iu3o 340350 Ibs S14JM 350360 Good Packing 270300 Ibs 300330 Ks 330360 Ibs sulB 360400 ibs Jneo 400450 Ibs InlO 450500 Ibs S1260 500550 ibs SATUBDATS rEICES Albert Lea Austin Waterloo Cedar Minn Minn Steady Steady Steady 81275 S1J7S S1310 S1375 S137S S1410 S1510 S1525 S1525 S1560 S1550 81560 S15SO 81560 81550 S153S S1505 SIS10 S1520 11480 81490 S1455 SH80 S14S5 S14S5 S147S S1435 S1400 81350 S135O 81310 81300 51300 S12GO in the paper and told her you were good friend of ours she said Hes nice looking Which also say isnt he It looks pretty nice seeing auto mobile car license plates adorning the front end of automobile cars again in loway good old loway And how much more spiffy does the front end of an automobile car look when sporting a license plate If the gals keep on opening their mouths wider and wider when hav ing their pictures tooken pretty soon one can tell have they or have they not had their tonsils elimi nated As it is now but few if any gals fail to show all their teeth including the rear molars if any in any picture taking activities And we remember away back when the gals came equipped with small mouths and were very happy about it News note Mr and Mrs Jim Paulin and three children Carol Tom and Bobby of Kingsley la Mr and Mrs C W Bornian anc two boys Barry and Nicky of Min neapolis Mr and Mrs Howard Nelson and Mr and Mrs Davic Dunn and two children Linda anc D a v e y of up Plymouth way Thanksgiving week ended with the Claude Holbrooks in the North Light Suburbs Mason Citys most exclusive residential district It was a lively house full For those who may have won dered why this column failed to show up last week we would say That it got lost in the mail some how Which in itself was no great loss we would sey Editors Note Thats what he says but its the first time it missed appearing each week for about 30 years Corn Sealing Under Way in Hancock Co County PMA officials report that 225 crop loans have been processed recently to taling 337500 bushels of corn The 1952 corn sealing program got un der way on Oct 28 according to A E Rasmussen PMA chairman The largest loan made thus far was covering 10068 bushels and the smallest loan on 180 bushels was for The average moisture content in corn sealed runs from 15 to 16 with a low of 10 and a high of 24 Thirty cribs were found ineligible for sealing Sealers report that they are stiL being swamped with requests from farmers asking that cribs be mea sured and samples taken to deter mine if they are eligible for sealing and the amount of loan forthcom ing Sealers and the townships they serve are Fred Abbas of Kana wha Amsterdam and Magor Town ships Victor Loebig of Wesley Or thel and Boone Paul Madson of Brilt Crystal and Bingham Ches ter H Moe of Garner Concord and El Casper W Pannhoff of Gar ner Ellington and Madison Swan Rapp of Brilt Britt and Garfield Jake Van Dusseldorp of Britt Erin and Liberty and Paul C Veld house of Goodell Avery and Twin Lake 2 Brothers Die Within an Hour GARNER Martin and Anton Stupka of Garner received wore of the death of two brothers with in an hour recently Frank Stupka 60 of Stayton Ore died at his home at 9 a m and James Stupka 74 of Ft Dodge died at his home at 10 a m Nov 28 Services for Frank were held in Oregon with burial beside an infant son He is survived by his widow three children and one grandchild all living in Oregon Final rites for James were held Dec 1 at 10 a m in Fort Dodge with burial in the Evergreen Cemetery in Britt beside an in fant daughter Survivors are his widow two daughters and three grandchildren all of Ft Dodge Four brothers and three sisters also survive They are Martin and Anton of Garner Lewis of Grants urg Wis Albert of Clarion Mrs Lena Stanek of Lchigh Mrs Ed Young of Silverton Ore and Mrs B J Mraz of Corwith Hog Prices Stay Steady CHICAGO cattle and sheep were quoted nominally steady on the livestock market Saturday Heavy hog runs forced prices a little lower this week but demand held up quite well Receipts also were large in the cattle section A combination of big runs and lower dressed prices forced Iamb quotations lower for the week son total 1500 estimated compared week ago Barrows and fiilU 1015 lower sows 25 to mostly 50 lower choice full width or grade 200280 Ib bar rows and gflts A few loads and lots1 of choice 170220 Ib barrows and sills sorted for weight brought and S1715 with most choice butchers these weights at S16751700 Late bulk choice full width of grade 230260 Ib butchers Sie401675 choice 270300 Ib weights and smalJ lots choice 150160 Ibs J15001G25 Sows weighing 300550 Ibs closed at S1350 1525 limited number heavier weights as low as Cattle 300 estimated total not given high choice and prime fed steers and choice yearlings under 1050 Ibs steady to 50 higher other weights and grade un evenly 50 to S250 lower heifers average choice and better other SI002 00 tower cows unevenly 25 to lower bfclls steady to 50 higher vealers strong to S300 higher Mockers and feeders slow steady to 50 higher bulk choice and prime steers and yearlings S3fl0fl3550 scattered loads and lots prime J35753750 part load high prime 1113 Ib weights from a show herd high prime 1411 Ib beeves S36M comparable 1511 Ibs nu merous loads prime 14001525 Ibs 3500 bulk good to low choice steers and yearlings S250029Sfl commercial to low good S20002450 utility steers two loads prime 9751056 Ib heifers S3450 3500 most choice to low prime 3375 good to low choice mainly S24SO 2850 utility and commercial S15002350 utility and commercial bulls 0021 00 cutler grades S150flI750 commercial to prime vealers most cull to utility good and choice feeding steers and yearlings 00 Sheep yearlings 100 estimated compared week ago Slaughter lambs S200300 lower fully 5300 Instances more on shorn lambs and wooled natives scaling over 110 Ibs year lings dfccling mostly sheep so lower extreme top choice and prime wooled fed and native Iambs paid early shorn lambs but sharp declines en sulne market days dropped top to 50 iatej this late top equal to lowest Decem her top since 194S choice and prime woolett yearlings topped early at J2150 similar kinds absent late most cull to choice slaughter ewes late SS50fl00 825 having been paid for shorn western ewes early with fed wooled natives as high as S850 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live stock receipts for Monday Hogs 25000 cattle 18000 sheep 6000 Local Livestock Steady MASON CITY For Saturday Good light lights 160170 Good light lights 170180 40 Good light lights 180190 S1440 Good light lights 190200 Good medium weights 200220 51340 Good medium wefghts 220230 40 Good medium weights 230240 40 Good medium weights 240250 Good medium weights 250260 Good medium weights 260270 Good medium weights 270280 S14 80 Good medium weights 280290 Good medium weights 290300 Good medium weights 300310 Good medium weights 310320 20 Good medium weights 320330 Good medium weights 330340 90 Good medium weighls 340350 Good medium weights 350360 Good sows 270300 Good sows 300330 Good sows 330360 Good sows 360400 Good sows 400450 Good sows 450500 No hogs received after 5 p mJacob E Decker t Sons CATTLR MASON GfTY For Saturday Prime steers ana tielfers Choice and heifers W90031 00 Good steers and heifera t260028no Commercial steers and heifers Utility steers and heifers 001700 good Cows Commercial cowi Utility cows Canners and cutters 112001400 S17002100 CAtVES MASON CITY Fer Saturday Common S140018oo S 8001000 S23Ofl2S00 Medium Jt8002200 LAMBS MASON CITY For Saturday Out of sheep mantel until further E Decker Sons Mason City Grain At p m Saturday Oats No 2 82c Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del Mason City Produce E C Mane At a m Saturday Eggs No 1 40c Eggs No 2 350 Eggs No 3 soc Heavy breeds 5 tbs over I6c Hens under 5 Ibs i4C Leghorn hens 140 White Rock Springs 23c Cocks heavy 12c Leghorn Cocks ioc BROTHER DIES BANCROFT Mrs Lawrence tfenke was called to Storm Lake Thursday by the sudden death ot icr brother Albert Schumaker 45 ollowing a heart attack He grew o manhood on a farm west of Osage son of the late Mr and Mrs John Schumaker OFFER OPERETTA grade children of he Calmar public school will pre sent a Christmas operetta Tuesrfay at p m at the High School gym entitled Merry Christmas Mr Snowman ;

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