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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                Oct 24 1953 Mason City Mnon Cllr AUTHORS AT HOME Recs and Florence Stephens authors of Blood in the Dust are shown above on the pntio of their home at San CahT Story of Pioneer Mason Cityan Helped to Write Blood in the Dust Mason Cily and vicinity have a special interest in I lie hook Blood in the Dust hy Helm Sle phens which was recently rulcnscd and is now on sale in Mason City Helm Stephens he author is really two persons a husband and wife combination that is bettor known to friends and relations as Rces and Florence Flossie Ste phens Mrs Stephens is a native ofCcr ro Gordo County having been horn cast of Plymouth the daughter of Mr and Mrs L D Helm and granddaughter of Matthew Helm who settled on a Plymouth farm immediately after the Civil war Became Church Secretary Flossie Helm who was gradu ated from the Mason City Ilifih School in the first class to use the present High School building was employed at the law office of Hugh H Shepard and later became pri vate secretary for Fred Vhif fiekl general manager of Jacob E Decker and Sons For a brief peri od she wus employed in the Globe Gazette circulation department She then attended lie JVoriliwcs Bible Training School in DCS Jloines and became secretary of the First Methodist Church of Unit city It was while in DCS Monies that she met JJces Stephens who was reared in Howan lown the son of a Methodist minister and at that time a salesman in the slate capi tal He was disabled in World War If and is now employed us dis patcher with the Naval Air Serv ice at San Diego Cal where he and his wife wrote Blood in the Dust Blood in the Dust is the com bination of the extensive study made of the early Jndian history in Iowa and the Dakotas by Stephens and a flair for writing Ijy both of them She previously wrote articles for the Christian Advocate ami other religious publications Unfolds Powerful Story Against the background of Sioux FARM Auctioneering A SPECIALTY Gerald Wohler PHONE 5282J 315 South Tennessee uprising and flucolorful career o Ihe famed Seventh Cavalry and tin heroism of Casters Jast stand th book unfolds a powerful narrative of a minister Matthew Warner who left a fashionable church it Ihc national capital lt preach ii the vicinity of Fort Lincoln in the wild Dakota territory Matthews socialite wife Esther objects to making her life in the barbarous west and agrees to go only on the condition that they wil return to Washington at the em of the year The life they make for hcmsclves there amid the at mo sphere of intrigue and immincn ieath that marked the Indian wars in the territory is the absorbing story of Blood in he Dust In writing Blood in the Dust which is dedicated to Fred Waring who also is the son oC a minister it was the Stephens intention tc create an appreciation of Ih price men have paid for the free dom which we today take so nnic for grunted It is llu opinion c reviewers that they have sue cocrled in lliis aim To Watch Sales Watching the progress of the sal of the new book and its acccptanci over the country arc the member of the Helm family in Mason CH and elsewhere including the par cuts of Flossie Stephens Mr a IK Mrs L D Helm who live at 1222 Monroe NW her brothers Uruce Helm 12K Monroe NW who op crates a feed store here Wayiu Helm 121 Polk Place SW ant Harry Helm l25 Jackson NW who arc employed at Jacob E Decker and Sons and Mclvii Helm Rockford 111 and two sis tcrs Mrs Wesley Hazel Murray 1312 Madison NW and Mrs How ard Winuifrcd Buchanan Sai Diego Calif Members of he family fed justifiable pride in this achieve mcnt as will also a large mimbe of friends and acquaintances whe they coiiuto soo what Recs aiv Flossie Stephens have written 92 Get Top Ratings in Vocal Music There were 92 superior and supe iorplus ratings given in the ourlli grade vocal solo recitals eld Thursday and Friday at Lin oin School it was reported Salur 21 y by Miss Mildred Jackson sup rvisor Of the 175 children who took art there were 37 ratings slightly elow superior and 35 of excellent ccording to the critic Mrs Henry Paine The vocal teachers for the clc ncnlary grades are Wiima Nyee t Harding Jloover and McKinlcy schools Catherine Brannori at rtadison Lincoln and Koosevelt schools ami Marian Lytton at Jef crson Garfield Grant and Wil n Schools Superior Ratings The children getting top ratings ncludcd Darlene Joyner Susan lelm Judy Wiltgen Lois Doug as Barbara Dekruif Carol Lee Carlson Barbara Crocs Carol lorn Marjoric Mitchell Susan Seymour Linda Clarke Marilyn Jolinsack Stephanie Limiqviist Gloria Jean Slangier Dennis Hiek ok David Uroome Jim Wcslwick ilogcr Iinnoke Henry Shoop Dav id WyantJane Thornblnde Shar on Duwson Pamela Chase Sue El cn Slocum Sandra Xohel Vicki Buchanan Sue Fischbeck Sandra Roberts Sally Adams Maureen Kensiiaw Ronnie Hanson Kent fedrick Howard Shcpnvd Allen Ticc Jack Sargent Lyle Anderson Jolcnc Harmon Diane Swain Sandra Bagley Le ona Pninc Marilyn Tommy Marrcr Elaine Litton Sherry Es pinosa Penny Peterson Mary Alice Erickson Linda Micnucke Virginia Moore Sandra White Donald Lornck Larry Snyder Koti ild Gerard Gary Wilson Michael Van Skikc Judges Decisions ttobert Carpenter Phyllis Gra in m Dorothy Cookman Clieryll VIoeller Linda Bachhaus Jolene Brown Janice demons Catherine IJhavey Dennna Koch Earl Strait Helen Trask Carolyn Smiley Nancy Whitney Dorothy Klunder Judy Ehy Mary Bohn lulie Allen Lynnc Pendcrgraft onnic Koplen Kalhy KriUiugcr Sharon Heu drickson Lnnis Wallskog Marilyn Jensen Linda Withers Sandy Howard Diann Erickson Linda Bohnsack Janet Kuivzman Nancy Hall Kathorine Papouches Donald Brocrs Robert Grcll Jimmy Prindlu Michael Roddy David Dnlton Danny Grant Dnrrcll Sharp and Dick Foslma Officers Elected by Iowa Falls Ministers IOWA officers of the Iowa Falls Ministerial Associa tion are the Rev Richard C AH thens pastor of the Christian jChurch president Ihc Kcv Robert E Holzhammer vicar of St Mat thews By the Bridge Episcopal Church vice president the Rev i George Koons jvstor of the Church jof God secretary W A Lucas Service to Be Monday William A Lucas fl2 Dexter Minn died at the home of his daughter Pear Emery Koutc early Saturday morning Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial Chapel at 1 pm Mon day with Doctor Paul A Peterson pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church officiating Interment will be at the New Oregon Cemetery near Cresco Mr Lucas was born March 10 1861 in Indiana He was a resi dent of Dexter until he came to Mason Cily four months ago to make his home with his daughter lie was a member of the Methodist Church at Dexter Surviving are his wife three Midwest Livestock SATURDAYS PHICJCS Albert Lea Minn Trend ISc Good lower ISO160 1325 100170 Ibs 170180 Ibs 130190 Ibs J90ZOO Ibs 200210 Ibs 210220 Ibs 220230 Ibs MJ240 Ihs 2402M Ibs 2SO2CO Ibs 1425 1521 3925 3S73 2025 2023 2025 2025 2015 2005 250270 Ibs 1905 2702RO Ibs 1985 280230 Ibs J975 290300 Ibs 1965 300310 Ibs 310320 IbK 320330 Ibs 330340 Ibs 340350 Ibs 350360 Ibs Good Packing 270300 lts 300330 Ibs 3303GO Ibs 360400 Ihs 400450 Ibs 450500 Ibs 500550 Ibs 1955 1945 1935 1925 1925 1925 1975 1950 1925 1875 1825 1775 1723 Austin Minn 25c lower 1450 1600 1750 1873 2025 2023 2025 2025 2010 1935 1980 1965 1950 1935 1929 1905 1890 1875 18 GO 184S 1975 1950 1925 1875 1823 1775 1725 Waterloo Steady to 25c lower 1373 1725 1873 1975 2051 2050 2050 2050 2040 2020 2000 1991 1980 1370 1900 1950 1940 1930 2000 1975 1950 1900 1850 1800 1750 Cedar Jlaplds 2Sc lower 1G75 1775 1873 1975 2050 2050 2050 2050 2040 2030 2010 2000 19JO 1975 1975 1975 1950 1950 1350 1975 1950 1925 1873 1823 1775 1725 LINE OPIPE Stick to the the Smoke Blow Where tt Will By T Pipe PIGS The pigs they are a funny bird That bloom the whole at were the largest through since February A net decline of Hog Prices Are Steady CHICAGO Ofi Hog prices were unexpectedly well sustained this week even though receipts esti NOTICE CLASSIFIED DEADLINES 2 column and ovtr ads must be called or brought in before a m samt day of publication 1 column ads before a m same day of publica tion Thank You They cat and cat from morn till night With nothing else to do They are a shoat when they are young A hog when old they grow only 25 cents a hundred pounds was shown for the week on butch er weights although sows gave vip about The closing top price on hogs was Friday which com pared with week earlier And in their tails they wear a hugs 300 compared with curl Which they delight to show And when the pigs grow to be liogs They all meet dismal fates When theyre converted into hams And lard and chops and steaks Which pigs and hogs have it pretty soft until their natural fate catches up with them From birth ill the day they leave for the pack ng house they are pampered and cared for and fed to their hearts content With no worries or cares pester them they must think this is a wonderful world in which o live SALES PERSONNEL WANTED Substantial Iowa concern offers excellent sales opportu nity io a man in Mason Cily trading area Position offers high pay assured earnings immediate drawing account in teresting sales possibilities opportunity lo become district manager No previous sales experience needed but helpful Prefer man experienced in selling insurance food or drug specialties or exroute man Must have car If you are inter ested write today to Box V24 Mason City GlobeGazette sons Earl Lucas Austin Minn Ralph Lucas Pine River Minn and Arthur Lucas Denver 12 grandchildren 29 great grand cildrcn and two great great grand children He precedctl in death by u son daughter and two brothers and two sisters NIGHT AUCTION AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA TUESDAY NIGHT OCT 27 8 P M to have good run of stock for Tuesday nights sale Bring in your cattle of all kinds pigs hogs and sheep Many buyers will be on hand Help us supply the demand Call us for market information When you have fat cattle to sell will out and look at them Cattle for private sale Buy or 31 at St Ansgar Sale Barn T ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Owner Phone 113 St Ansgar Cresco Store Manager Rises CKESCO T H Peldo man ager of the Cresco National store for the last 15 years has heen pro moted and will go to SD where he will manage the National RAY GILLAM They Plan to Take It Easy After Workin on Railroad Two employes of the and North Western Railway Com pany plan to take life easy after closing their years of service with the road Friday afternoon K E Dull engineer of 810 Mon roe N W has 4fi years of service with the road having started as fireman Aug 20 1907 He started as an engineer in April 1911 Dull has a son Robert who is employed by Jacob E Decker and Sous Ray Ctillam switchman of J008 12th N E has 38 years of serv ice with the road Prior to that he worked as brakeman and conduc tor for the Milwaukee Road 10 years out ofSanborn Ho will he 07 on Nov 25 Mr and Mrs Gillam plan to con tinue living in Mason City after an extended trip ELECT OFFICERS Edwards was elected president of the Ellington ft j store This store in Madison is the Everts girls at a recent largest store in the company Pcldo will go to Madison next week and Mrs Pcldo will follow him some time next month Richard their only child is a student at the Uni versity of Iowa meeting Other officers who will serve for the ensuing year arc Patty Olson vice president Shar on Anderson secretary Sandra Boman treasurer Yvonne Olson reporter and Frances Anderson The new manager of the store historian Mrs Stanley Boman will will be Phil Lonicn who has been serving as assistant manager at the Madison S D store for the past three years Mr Lonien is formerly from Fairbault Minn BELLES ELECTED GAHNEll Janice Paulson was elected president of the Belles of Boone girls 4H Club at a reorgan ization meeting at the home of Mrs Melvin Severns Janice Richtsmeier was elected vice presi dent Agnes Goetz secretarytrea surer Ellen Loebig reporter and Sharon Gouriey historian The club selected Emily Dallman and Janice Paulson to attend the 4H music training school 400000 inhabitants of British Gui ana are Europeans serve as coleader with Mrs How ard Kesler She succeeds Mrs Wil bur Olson who resigned recently ROTARY CONVENES 30 members of the Rotary Club attended the an nual district conference of Rotary International at Dubuque this weekend The Garner club is seek ing to win the attendance award for the Ihird consecutive year Mason City Grain As to why hogs se6m to enjoy Slaving their sides scratched we know not But almost any pig does one scratch its side or bacon sec Lion it will lie down and grunt in a contented manner so long as the scratching continues Which if it feels as good to a pig to gel its sides scratched as it does lo a person to get an itchy back scratched no wonder it lies down and grunls are glad to see our fritnd Earl Hall being honored for his efforts to promote highway safety and safety in general Earl has ieen devoting much time and effort n this cause for a long time and well deserves any honors it is seen it to bestow on him Speaking of highway safety it vould be interesting really to know vhat the priciple cause is for high vay accidents Many persons have different viewpoints on this sub iect Some say it ife high speed some drunken driving others just arelessness Disregarding traffic signals bulling ones way through traffic improper passing and a lot other causes are also listed as accident breeders Perhaps there is no one specific cause Just a conglomerate mess of the whole proposition a week ago IJarrows and gills approxi mately 25 lower sows 100 lower At the close the top stood at 2175 paid on ship ping nccount lor choice 1 and 2 200220 in weights Bulk choice 190260 Ib har rows anil tJlHs closed at 21402165 with IHtlu below a popular price of 2150 Sows In larger lots weighing 300350 Ib sold at the weekend from 18502050 according lo weight Salable cattle 500 compared with last week Receipts nearly 20 per ucnt smaller when arrivals included some show cattle and about In line with the corresponding period a year ago slaughter steers and yearlings unevenly steady to 100 lower heifers mostly steady but still selling 250 300 under steers on a grade for flratle basis canner and cutter cows fully 100 higher utility and commercial cows 50 to 100 up bulls 50100 higher vealers fully steady stockcrs and feeders generally slow opened about steady closed fully steady few loads prime 10251300 Ib fed steers 29253000 Wednesdays op of 2950 lowest for day since early Septem ber most choice and prime fed steers and yearlings 23502900 but comparatively ew prime steers above 2850 after Mon day few loads prime 14751525 Ib steers 26502850 prime 1630 Ib weights late 2500 few loads good and choice 1550 1600 Ib steers 21502350 most commer cial and good steers under 1300 Ib 1600 2250 load of mixed utility and commercial 850 Ib weights 1400 load high prime 917 b fed heifers 2725 choice and prime heifers 21502625 mainly 22002500 high commercial to low choice heifers 1600 2100 load 980 Ib commercial heifers 1450 utility and commercial cows late 1050 1350 load commercial range cows iind heifers mixed 1425 closing bulk canners and cutters 8001050 Salable sheep 100 compared with last week Slaughter lambs and yearlings closed mainly steady after late upturns erased virtually all declines enforced early in the period The late top and high for the week on lambs was Bulk of the sales however ranged downwards from 2000 and that price was the top through out much of the period when good and choice lambs sold mainly at 18001100 Utility lambs sold down to around 1400 and culls on town to 800 and below in extremes Oats orn No 2 At pm Saturday 70c Soybeans Nov Boar Gilt Sale Yields IOWA amount of the sale of 25 boars and 12 gilts this by the Iowa Falls Duroc Breeders Association was approxi mately The average price of the boars was and the gilts averaged S8R The highest price paid for a boai was paid by Norman Erick son of Stratford The pig was con signed by Merle Nolle Arthur Hill of Dows paid 145 for a boar con signed by James Mark The top price paid for a gilt was by Kohl Brothers of Stockton 511 David McGill consigned the Pig A large crowd attended the sale held in the FFA building and many of Ihe buyers were from out of town The Duroc Breeders Associ ation is a subsidiary of the Scenic City chapter of the Future Farm crs of America Dunne Sandage instructor in vocational agricul ture in the Iowa Falls High School is advisor of the association DELIVER CORN hundred and fifty thousand bushels of Howard Coun tys 1952 corn crop that was under government seal or under pur chasing agreement contracts are in the process of being delivered Only about five per cent of the to the government through the lo cal office of the Production and Marketing Administration FAMILY GETS TOGETHER home ofc G Slattum Worth County Supervisor and his wife has been the scene of a family reunion with all o their six children and their fam ilies here for a visit with their parents The three sons are Cecil Des Moincs Richard Joice am Darrcl of the Air Force stalionet at Topeka Kan The daughters are Mesdames Floyd Skellenger and Roger Hcrmaiison both of Lake Mills and Mrs Kenneth Chodur Thompson ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live stock receipts for Monday Hogs 11000 cattle 24000 and sheep 4000 We plan to take off in the morn ing on a trip south into Missouri and Oklahoma for a week or so Therefore if this column doesnt appear next week that is the reason Everything is in good shape in the North Light Suburbs and we feel it is safe to be gone for a week or Speaking of the North Light Sub urbs our friend Dean Miller spent some time in it fast week trimming up some shade trees including some of ours And from the results fie obtained we would say that a little tree trimming is well worth while j WHEN TREES ARE TRIMMED AS THEY SHOULD BE THEY MAKE A PRET TY SIGHT TO SEE A Now comes a story about a squir rel that tried to store nuts in a hol low tree that was hollow clear through with an opening at the bot tom As the story goes the squirrel found a walnut hiked up the tree with it and dropped it into the hole at the top of the hollow The nut dropped to the bottom and rolled out on to the ground The squirrel came down the tree found the nut took it back up and again dropped it in the same place with the same results It kept this up for some lime until an onlooker picked up the nut and threw it away Where upon the squirrel no doubt think ing it had laid up a winter supply of food went away from there Sounds rather squirrelly but thats the way we heard it And E P writes in to itk what is the difference between ave nue and a street and what makes one out of what To which we would reply by saying knew not Beth of these animals seem to stray over cities without rhyme or reason and one is liable te run into them un expectedly almost anywhere Her Local Livestock HOGS tPhune JOGi For Saturday 25c lower Good light lights 1CO170 S1650 Good light lights 170180 Good light lights 160190 S1850 Good light lights 7 190200 Gonri medium weights 200220 S2000 Good medium weights 220230 Good medium weights 230240 52000 Good medium weights S1990 Good medium weights 250260 S1980 Good medium weights 260270 S1970 Good medium weights 270280 51960 Good medium weights 2BO290 Good medium weights 290300 S1940 Good medium weights 300310 Good medium weights 310320 Good medium weights 320330 S1910 Gootl medium weights 3TO310 S1900 Good medium weights 340350 Good medium weights 350360 Good sows 270300 S1950 Good sows 300330 S1925 Good sows 330360 S1900 Good sows 360400 S1850 Good sows NKM50 S1800 Good sows 450500 S1750 No hogs received artcr 5 pm Jacob E Decker Sons CATTLE llhone MASON Saturday Prime steers and hclters S24002COO Choice steers and heifers S22002500 Good steers and heifers Commercial steers and heifers Utility steers and hellers J 9001100 Commercial cons S1000H50 Utility cows J 8001000 Canners and cutters 8001000 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 just Call 3800 and ask for the want od department We will be glad to give you sugges tions that will help you get results Death Notices SHEPHERD Leonard 73 of 730 10th NE died at a Mason City hospital Friday Funeral services will be held Monday at Pm at the PattersonJames Chapel with the Rt Rev Msgr A J Breen ot Holy Fam ily Church officiating Interment will he at St Josephs Cemetery LUCAS William A 92 Dexter JVIinn ilied nt the home of hla daughter Pearl Emery Route 4 ear ly Saturday morning Funeral serv ices will be held nt the Mnjor Memo rial Chapel at 1 pm Monday with Doctor Paul A Peterson pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church offici ating Interment will be at the Oregon Cemetery near Cresco WISGEUHOF Airs Guy 11 47 ol 318 N Lnkcvlew Drive died ot a heart attack Thursday afternoon at a Mason City hospital Funeral serv ices will lie held at the Congrega tional Church Sunday at 2 pm Doc tor E W Day will conduct the serv ices Burial will he at Memorial Park Cemetery The Wilcox Funeral Home Clear Lake is In charge ot arrangements EVERHART William 82 died Fri day morning at his home 242 I5tli SE following an illness Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p Til at the PattersonJames Chapel with Doctor Lloyd A Gustafson pas tor of the First Methodist Church of ficiating Burial will be at the Hock well Cemetery Funeral Directors S1 MASON CITY COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Home of Thoughtful Service 126 3rd St NE Phone 1505 MAJOR FUNERAL HOME Phon 511 200 2nd NE McAULEV SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral Service 8 S Adams Phone Gal PATTERSONJAMES NEW CHAPEL 2nd and S Pennsylvania Mason City Phone 1140 Licensed In Minnesota and Iowa CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME CLEAR LAKE Ambulance Service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Monuments Ere Bulls 510001500 Mason City Produce Quotations by E G Morse At 10 am Saturday Eggs No 1 50c Eggs No 2 40c Eggs No 3 35c Pullett eggs 25c Hens heavy breeds 5 Ibs over I8c Hens under 5 Jbs IGc Old Cocks 12c MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable sinco 1889 See our large display of finished monuments and all granites including Montello Mark every grave We del anywhere 150 10th St SW Ph 392 Lost Found 6 HEIFER strayed to my farm Owner may have by paying for ad and keep Ph 95SRI 8 Money to Loon does it seem to make much differ ence so long as one or the other leads the way back home And did this years corn crop have to be picked shucked or husked by hand as it used to was in the not too long ago other days it would be something At the best a good picker could turn out around 75 bushels a day daylight to dark Imagine a fellow starting out to pick some 150 acres of 80 bushel to the acre corn It would take con siderable time to do the job A w Which when we were on the farm in the long ago corn husking was our biggest pain in the well known neck Out in the fields at daybreak with frost on the corn husks as well as on the punkins hands cracked and cut and sore 40 acres of un husked corn was some chore to gatherin A Now a days 40 acres of unhusked corn only means a good afternoons job for a two row corn picker and a gogetter farmer MONEY TO PAY B I LLS Or For Other Needs to Convenient Monthly Payments Up to 20 Months allowed on Loans Exempt from Govt Regulations Phone Write or Come In OutofTown bans also made State Finance Co Over Hub Clolhlng 201 Wclr Bldg Entrance 5 W NeedCash See Tom Mitchell NORTH IOWA FINANCE ima No Fed Ph 3540 Mason City la LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO IIIDDERS The Rockwell Consolidated In School District of Rockwell la wm H to the highest bidder on Nov sih it 7 30 PM a six room frame house Known the George Simon resirtoncc The 5ruc urc must be removed within 30 days Terms cash By Order of Hoard of Directors MEUV1N CLARK Secretary TliBMC NOTICE OF HEARIVr Public notice Is hereby gven meeting of the Board of Adjustment City of Mason City Iowa wil he held M the city Hall In Alason City lows nil Thursday November 5 1953 at 4 00 oclock pm at which lime and place the on the Lots 2 3 4 5 Block 15 HUl come on for hearing This is In violation of Chapter 35 56 of the Revised Ordinances of IMS T Any person interested thenln may pear and Jile objections to this W L NICHOLS Board of Adjustment m   

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