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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                DM 74 CHr MMM Clly IB 4H Clubs Have Christmas Party The Mason Booster Boys gave a Christmas party for 4H the JIason Thrifty Fixers and the Otven farmerettes 4H Clubs After meet ng at the Dave Diercks home the group went caroling in the neigh jorhood and then drove to Nora Springs and saw the Nativity scene at the Sherman barn Games and refreshments at the Dierks home nded the evenings activities Germanys oldest theater build ing the 350yearold Ottoncum has been restored in Kassel and now houses the Museum of Natural History and the contemporary art collections the Kassel Art So ciety 4 Cars Damaged in Six Mishaps on City Streets Six cars were damaged iu four auto accidents on Mason City streets Tuesday police reported At 10 am Elwin Musser 2820 Adams SW driving east on 27th SW collided with a pickup truck driven by Clarence Kittleson 121 29th SW after his car skidded on ice Damage was limited to the front end of the Musser car Two hours later cars driven by Helen Curtis 320 2Gth SW and Clarence Lass Route 1 collided on 2nd SW The front bumper on the Curtis car and right rear fender of the Lass machine were dam aged Considerable front end damage resulted in a twocar collision on 4th SW at pm Involved were cars operated by Robert Culbert son 409 13th SE and William Logue 504 1st NE At pm Bernard Sharp 119 27th SW reported that when his car was parked on 13th SE it was struck by an unidentified truck that failed to stop The left front fender and door of the Sharp car were damaged DUCK1 FORT WORTH Tex UP A sign on the branch postoffice in a downtown store read Get your duck stamps here Margaret Mar tin a clerk said a woman asked for 10 because she was taking up stamp collecting as a hobby The woman hastily changed her mind when Miss Martin told her the price would be that the stamps were federal permits for duck hunters Lauds Move to Put Christ in Christmas The movement sweeping this country and the world to Put Christ back into Christmas was lauded by the Rev Richard T Williams in a talk before his fel low Lions at the Hanford Hotel Wednesday noon The First Christian Church pas tor referred to trend toward a reversal in the glorifying Santa FOOD CITYS WeekEnd Specials 680 Sloo Clover Crest BUTTER Ib Pure GROUND BEEF Ib 39c 3 Ibs Claus and the material aspects of Christmas to the neglect of the One whose birthday is being commem orated To establish an atmosphere of reverence for the message the speakers daughter Norma a graduate student at the Chicago School of Music sang two soprano numbers Oh Holy Night and He Shall Feed His Flock Mrs Wallace Allen was at the piano Babylon once a synonym for earthly splendor was contrasted with Bethlehem by Mr Williams Babylons pursuit of materialistic aims led to destruction with al most nothing to mark its once proud site Claim to Distinction Bethlehem in contrast has had one solid claim to distinction It was the birthplace of Jesus and of the worlds greatest religion It Midwest Livestock Red Pontiac POTATOES 10 Ibs stands much as it did nearly centuries ago 20 HOME ON K Nelson YN2 US Navy is visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs Elmer E Nelson 223 5th NE on a 14day leave from the US Naval Postgraduate School Mon terey Calif He expects to re turn to Monterey Jan 1 Nel son a graduate of Mason City High School in 1949 enlisted in August 1949 and will complete his tour of duty next May 1 WEDNESDAYS PRICES Albert Lea Austin Minn Minn Trend Steady Steady Good 150160 160170 Ibs 170180 S1600 180190 Ibl 190200 Ibs 200210 Ibs 210220 220230 Ibj 230240 Ibj 240250 Ibs 250260 Ibs S1680 260270 Ibs S1665 S1705 270280 Ibs 280290 Ibs 290300 Ibs S166B 300310 Ibs 310320 Ibs 320330 Ibs 330340 Ibs 340350 Ibs 350360 Ibs Good Packing 270300 Ibs S1COO 300330 Ibs S1550 330360 Ibs 360400 Ibs 400450 450500 Ibs S1425 Ibs Waterloo Steady Cedar Rapids Steady 51605 SI 525 S1475 S1375 Smoked WHITEFISH Ib 49 e Kraft Assorted CHEESE jar Nabisco Premium CRACKERS Ib pkg 19c Christ was cited by the pastor as an almost literal fulfillment of a prophecy made by Micah some five to eight centuries before the advent of the Holy Birth in Bethle hem There is in Christianity Mr Wil Hams observed a joining of meek ness and of strength and great ness A too common error he add ed is to interpret meekness self effacement as woaknessi A central tenet of Christianity brought into focus at Christmas is its accent on peace and good will This he insisted has taken on a new meaning since the Abombs were dropped on Japan in 1945 Ever since that time he as serted the world has suffered the worst case of jitters ever known The men who perfected the bomb almost immediately cried out that this is not the way to peace it will lead but to universal destruction And events are leading in the di rection of their forebodings A new Pandoras box has ap peared in our midst and the lid has been lifted in the name of nuclear fission A fresh brood of fiends has been let loose upon the world Cynics Deride Cynics may deride if they wish the Angels message of Peace and Good Will and pass it off as pure poppycock But sooner than we may expect the cataclysm will come unless we heed the divine offer Christmas Mr Williams con cluded has become almost a leg end and its underlying message is lookedupon as irrelevant to the desperate human situation and need We must rescue Christmas from the legendry and makebe lieve It must become a and it can be when Christ the Sav ior is born in us Noon headlines from KGLO were read by Past International Lions President Ed Paine of Michigan City Ind George Mendon intro TRY A GG CLASSIFIED AD MONEYSAVING SPECIALS For FRIDAY and SATURDAY PUREGROUNDBEEF duced the program presided Morgan Guests Norman C E Oilman included Phil Klath Jerry Bailey and Richard Dean all sons of Lion members Boston U Plans African Studies BOSTON W Boston University will establish an African research and studies program next July be cause of the increasing importance of Africa in world affairs and the need for more fundamental re search in this President Harold C Case says The graduate school program will be headed by Dr William O Brown current chief of the Afri can research branch in the US State Department The program will emphasize the economic so cial political and technical factors in contemporary Africa Hogs Hit New High CHICAGO UH Hogs hit a new high since Oct 20 at a hun dredweight Wednesday Trading was uneven however Lightweights were steady to 15 cents higher but heavies and sows turned steady to 25 cents lower Cattle were most ly steady to 50 cents higher though steers weakened toward the close Sheep were steady to in stances 25 cents higher on shorn lambs hogs 10000 Generally extremely uneven and less active than Tuesday butchers around 220 Ib down steady to 15 cents higher heavier weights mostly steady to 25 cents lower sows steady to 25 cents lower choice 17023C Ib butchers SIB2519 included numerous loads choice 180210 Ib at and S19 230270 Ib S17351835 270300 Ib 1760 choice sows 325550 Ib occasional heavier sows down food clearance Salable cattle 6500 Salable calves 200 Slaughter steers erratic early trade steady to 50 cents higher compared with Tues days dull close market was very slow and weak on commercial to better steers 1100 Ib up sizable supply still unsold late heifers uneven averaging fully steady cows steady to 25 cents higher bulls firm vcalcrs about steady better than halfdozen loads prime Ib steers prime 1500 Ib weights most choice to lowprime steers commercial to lowchoice S19 2650 odd head prime hellers up to load highchoice 1000 Ib weights commercial to lowchoice heifers S165026 most utility and commercial cows 51450 16 tew to bulk canners and cutlers utility and commercial bulls commercial to prime vcalers sheep 2500 Slaughter lambs aotivc fully steady Instances 25 cents or more higher on shorns top woolsklns paid freely by eastern shippers and big local packers shorns 111 Ib summershorn offerings at outside price native lambs very scarce at down yearlings absent slaughter ewes scarce down yearlings absent slaughter ewes scarce steady most good clearance Grain Trend Downward CHICAGO took a downward course Wednesday mostly because of a lack of sup port Moisture in the Texas Panhandle created a little selling in wheat Corn held up better than wheat although a few contracts dipped at one time to new seasonal lows Wheat closed Vs lower March corn unchanged to Vt higher March oats Vi low er March rye 2Mj3Mi lower May soybeans Vz lower January and lard 5 cents lower to 3 cents a hundred pounds higher January Salable WEDNESDAYS GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO Prcv WHEAT Mar May July Sept CORN Mar May July Scpl OATS Mar May July Sept IlYE Mar May July Sept SOYBEANS Jan Mar May July Sept i ESTHWATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS Wednesdays Marked CHICAGO HVUnofflclal estimated sal able livestock receipts for Friday 11000 hogs 1000 cattle and 1000 sheep Local Livestock Steady MASON For Wednesday Close 240 V4 240Vi 242W 168 171M 861 8431 84VS 195 20HS 202 Rich 240W 24Wh 242Fa 265 1681 a 302 305 303 2MV4 171H 8GVi 200V4 200K 303 Vi 305V4 305V 30314 291 239 239V4 164 168 170 170V 8G 85V4 196V4 Close 24014 242V4 165 16814 197 3XBi 303 14 303 301V4 289V4 170H 84VJ 84 192 197V4 199 302V4 304V 304W 301 Vt Mason Cily Grain At pm Wednesday Oats No 2 82c Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans 10day delivery A favorite with everyone because its all beef and always fresh Perfect for patties meat loaf sdrtd wiches or chili A top value at this low sale price 3 H Pounds IDS I A CLEAN SMOOTH ALLPURPOSE Red Triumph POTATOES ROASTER FRESH GROUND TO YOUR ORDER Golden Valley COFFEE 10lb Mesh Bag Lb 5 FINE GRANULATED WHITE PURE BEET SUGAR CANDLITE A QUICKMEAL FAVORITE Tasty PORK BEANS 3 SAVEALL BRAND Grated TUNA FISH Lb Bag 16 Oz Cons 6or Can HEINZ FAMOUS Steps Up Flavor of Hot or Cold Dishes V 14 i Ox BH and Saturday Right to Limit TOMATO KETCHUP 69 67 39 19 17 25 North Iowa Soldier Returns From Japan WITH THE 1st CAVALRY DIV IN Darl Dahlgren whose wife Luella lives in Wool stock la is returning to the United States under the Armys rotation program after 16 months in the Far East He served in the 1st Cavalry Divisionwhich spent 17 months in the front lines of Korea before being assigned to security duty in Japan late in 1951 Dahlgren a radioman spent five months in Korea with the 5th Cavalry Regiment and wears the combat infantryman badge A graduate of Clarion High School he was a farmer before entering the Army in January 1951 His parents Mr and Mrs Harold Dahlgren live on Route 3 Clar ion In 400YEAROLD BIBLE ROULEAU Canada Blue some day will inherit an an tique Bible now owned by his father Roscoe Blue 69 The Bible was purchased by the Blue family in Scotland in 1552 and has been handed down from father to son ever since Good light lights 160170 S1500 Good light lights 1701BO S1600 Good light lights 180190 S1675 Good light lights 190200 S1725 Good medium weights 200220 S1725 Good medium wefghts 220230 S1710 Good medium weights 230240 S1710 Good medium weights 0250 S1G95 Good medium weights 250260 S1680 Good medium weights 260270 Good medium weights 270280 S1650 Good medium weights 280290 S163S Good medium weights 290300 S1620 Good medium weights 300310 SIS 00 Good medium weights 310320 51580 Good medium weights 320330 S1560 Good medium weights 330340 Good medium weights 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 atter S pm Jacob E Decker It Sons CATTIE MASON For Wednesday CHICAGO CASH GRAIN Wednesdays MirkeU CHICAGO wheat None Corn No 1 and No 2 yellow No 3 St54Wl61H No 4 S150159W No 5 S139M157V4 sample grade S147V1 152V4 sample grade white S156V4 Oats No 1 heavy mixed 95Vlc No 1 heavy white 95c Barley nominal Malting Iced Field seed per hundredweight nominal Sweet clover rcdtop alsikc timothy red clover Prime steers and helpers 552003400 Choice steers and heifers S27003100 Good steers and heifers S20002300 Commercial steers and hellers Utility steers and hellers Good Cows Commercial cows S12001500 Utility cows Canners and cutters S 9001150 Bulls CALVES MASON Wednesday Common SU0018OQ Culls 8001000 Choice S26002800 Good Medium LAMBS MASON Wcdnesday Out o Bticcp mantel until further E Decker Sons BEAN HALL NORTH YARMOUTH Me UP help pay for the new Grange Hall Westcustogo Grangers held 34 Saturday night baked bean sup pers during which threequarters of a ton of beans 1500 pies and 15000 hot biscuits were consumed 1952 STOCK REVIEW hit ptalp jump to top MontoKvte SOUTH ST PAUL LIVESTOCK Wednesdays Market SOUTH ST PAUL Minn receipts 800 Calves receipts 700 Steers nml hclfcrs strong to 50 cents higher Steers High and good choice steers nncl heifers Utility and commercial cows Utility commercial and good bulls S1718 Few weighty commcr clal Good choice vcalcrs 26 Few choice and prime Hogs receipts 9000 Barrows and gilts steady to 25 cents tower Choice No 1 2 and 3 280240 Ibs barrows and gilts Choice lightweights hogs One deck choice S187S 230270 Ibs S175018 140160 Ibs 160180 Ibs S1750 1850 Choice sows Choice light weight sows Sheep receipts 1700 Market about steady Good and prime woolcd slaughter lambs Choice and prime lambs Good and prime 115 Ibs woolcd lambs Good and choice native Da kola feeding lambs lew Stocks Have Quiet Dealings NEW YORK locks moved irregularly around mid session Wednesday in quiet deal ings The market strengthened some what around noon after moving downward slightly earlier in the session on profittaking Preholiday dullness prevailed and sales in the first two hours of dealings totaled only 020000 shares compared with 900000 in the sahie period Tuesday Textile issues behind in the re cent market advance which car ried prices to their bestlevels in more than 22 years displayed a considerable amount of strength American Woolen common rose 1 points to and its preferred added 3 points to 74 American Visfaose at was up 1 points Textron rose more than a point and Wyandotte Worsted Mills at was up a point Mason City Produce IQfloUlloni by E G Mono At am Wednesday Eggs No 1 35c Eggs No 2 30c Eggs No 3 25c Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over ISc Hens under 5 Ibs 14c Leghofe hens 14c White Rock Springs 23c Cocks heavy 12c Leghorn Cocks lOc CHICAGO POTATOES Murkol CHICAGO Arri SO on trade 351 total US shipments 655 supplies moderate demand moderate for RuueU mirkct slightly stronger lor others about steady Idaho Russets 520 Oregon Russets TRIM VETERAN ROCHESTER Vt UP Mrs Bertha Huntington 82 has been a barber for more than 60 years She now works in the shop of her New York Stocks By United Press Final Quotations Wednesday AldStrs38 AllisChal AmnCan 35 Vi AmnSmelt 43 157 Anaconda 41Vfe Armour 10 Atchison 103 BethStl 55V4 Boeing Budd 15V4 Catplr 64Vi CocaCola 107V6 Deere 30 DuPont 96V4 Firestone 72V6 GenEl 70V4 GenMtrs 67 Goodyear 51 Homestake Hudson 16 IllCent 85 IntHarv 32 30V4 Kennecott 77 Lockhd 22 MarshFId 24V6 Martin NashKelv22 NatBis 34 NYC 22 Packard 5 Penney 67 PhilsPet 6U4 RemRandl8 Safeway 34Vfe Sears 6096 Sinclair 415fr Socony 37 SouPac47 StdBrds 27 SOCal 58V4 SOInd82Vt SOOhio 37 Studebaker 38 Swift 34 Texaco 56 UnCarb UtdAirl29V4 USSU41 WestUn 39 WestghseEl 46 Wilson 10 Woolworth 44 Zenith 28yearold Severy Jr grandson Walter U The 1851 census snowed Can adas population passed the 14 000000 mark for the first time and Montreal was the first city to top 1000000 NOTICE CLASSIFIED DEADLINES 2 column and ever ads mutt called or brought in a m day of publication 1 column ads a m day of publica tion Thank You Its Easy to Place a Want Ad If you have something you want to sell trade or rent if you want a good Job or good help and would like to place a want ad ust Call 3800 and ask for the want ad department We will be glad to give you sugges tions that will help you get results Classified Advertising Rates for Mason City and Surround ing Trade Territory only Other rates on request This 13 6 point typa The rates or this size type ore Count 2627 lettera and spaces to UM TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 1 day 3 days 6 days 40 GO 80 100 120 140 160 180 2 lines 3 lines 4 lines 5 lines 6 lines 7 lines 8 lines 9 lines 270 360 450 540 630 720 810 153 204 255 306 357 408 459 Card of Thanks In for 15 lines Regular rate of 20 cents a line for anything over 15 lines Classified Display 1 day 3 days 6 days 1 Inch This is 10 point type The rates for this size type are count 1320 and spaces to line 1 day 3 days 6 days 2 lines 50 3 lines 85 198 360 4 lines 100 264 480 5 lines 125 330 600 6 lines 150 396 720 7 lines 175 462 840 8 lines 200 528 960 9 lines 225 594 1020 lOc extra will be charged for all ads and Locals not paid for at time of insertion You can run a 2 line ad for 1 day for as low as days days Mason City Locals 35c a line set in this size type Count 25 spaces and letters to a line Remember A GlobeGazette Want Ad Reaches Over 24000 Families in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN ADTAKER Death Notices FENTON John Thomas 81 Nora Springs died tit his home lals Tuesday evening following a stroke Funeral arrangements arc incom plete The McAuley and Son Fu neral Home Is In cliarge ATKINSON Lloyd S 67 of 802 Mon roe NW died at am Tues day at a Mason City hospital fol lowing a shortillness Funeral serv ices will be held at the First Chris tian Church Friday at pm with tho Rev H L Vilibms officiating Interment will be at Clmwood Ceme tery The McAuley i I Son Funeral Home is in charge Funeral Directors3 MASON CITK McAULEY SON Funeral Homo A Distinguished Dignified Funeral icrvlce 8 S Adams Phone 631 MAJOR FUNERAL HOME 511 209 2nd NE Major Serv ice Meets Vour Needs COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME TJw Home of Thoughtful Service 124 3rd St NE Phone 1505 PATTERSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason Licensed In Minnesota and CLEAR LAKE Lake Ambulance service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 WARD FUNERAL HOME Monuments Etc63 MASON COT Monument Works Home owned and reliable 1889 See our large display of fin Ishcd monuments tn all granites in cluding Montcllo Mark every grave Lost Found BELIEVED taken by mistake Black Rpthmoor ladys coat from IOOF Money to Loon 8 XMAS LOANS Ask Mrs Simon 27 Friendly Room Floor First National Building Security Loan Co   

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