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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 6, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                              Standard Oil Reports New Motor Fuel Oil Com pany Monday announced its re search scientists have developed a new gasoline that is 100 per cent the product of science Every molecule of the raw material for gasoline is changed and improved through recent scientific develop ments the company said Chairman Robert E Wilson and President Frank O Prior said the new gasoline is the far thest advance of a scientific rev olution that began 44 years ago In 1913 Standard Oil put into use a process it invented improving upon nature through science by changing some of the natural molecule of crude oilinto better ones for motor fuel use This pat ented method the Burton process doubled the yield of gasoline from crude oil and made possible mass use of an inexpensive motor fuel Being Delivered The new gasoline is being deliv ered to dealers as quickly as pos sible and will be available in Midwestern states by May 15 the oil executives said It will be sold under the trade name Gold Crown Super Premium The com panys formar premium gasoline White Crown is being discontin ued The officials said the new gaso line has greatly improved octane performance It includes two new and exclusive one for better combustion and the other for preventing fuel system and carburetor corrosion They said that exhaustive tests show the new longer peak engine performance less maintenance Late Models with Thenew gasoline is designed for use in newest automobile onthe road or known to be on the designing It is particularly desirable for cars since the 1953 models Scpuf Leader Training Ends for 16 Men Sixteen men attended the over night training session for Boy Scout leaders at Camp Roosevelt Saturday and Sunday to complete the last in a series of five addi tional training series Attending were Art Bntner and Arnold Rassmtissen of Troop 153 Hoover School Bill Case and Paul Vermedal of Troop 5 Our Saviors Lutheran Church C Graham Lawyer of Troop 30 Clear Lake A L Butterfield and Willard Nielsen of Troop 35 American Legion K P Johannsen John Grier M J Timm and Gene An gell of Troop 9 Harding School Sam Ervin Troop 54 Clear Lake Victor Ferleman Troop 1 Rotary Club Bob Campbell and Jim Shelton of Troop 6 First Chris tian Church W C Godfredsonof Troop 4 Central Heights Patrol leaders were the guests of the leaders and participated in this training session Six scoutmasters were given Council training award The Owl signi fying the completion of the three session basic training course plus the five additional sessions cov ering advancement leadership training patrol leaders the troop committee and the outdoor pro These Entner God fredson Ervin Ferleman Gene Angell and Campbell This award is given to the scoutmaster according to the training commit tee of council V Highlights of the putdoor ses sions included a 8 with stunts songs and dis cussions of campfire programs a two hour hike by the Straining group during which two almost Some Stocks j Hog Prices 4 1W7 HMM CMjr U Are Higher NEW YORK WtTAn assortment of selected issues made some fair moves in a generally mixed stock market Monday Among key stocks the range of gains and losses was generally from fractions to around a point Are Lower CHICAGO W Butcher hogs sold 25 to 50 cents lower Monday in a moderately active trade Sows were mostly 23 oenls lower Grain Futures Are Lower EDUCATION IN GENERAL Political education In particular engrossed these labor union representatives in the sixth annual Labor Short Course at the State University of Iowa Center for Continuation Study With Marie Hollinger Mason City stressing the point the group are from left Robert Hanson Buffalo Robert Jackson Ft Dodge and John Akers Council Bluffs Akers was elected president of the weeklong union of the course or so The tone Was mostly higher at the opening but thereafter it lapsed into irregularity For a while rails showed a somewhat firmer tone than in trest o the market But softening devel oped near the close and the car riers along with other divisions showed losses The Associated Press average of 60 stocks closed Unchanged lit with the industrials un changed the rails up 30 cents anc the utilities down 20 cents New York Stocks By The Associated Press Quotations Monday 10 trirte Market to weak aellvei on butfchers under SSO hipping order I later li 5 lower on alt weights bulcherti toned dull 25 to 40 Jo wen oft iuwk slaw juostly 25 lowerr No I CHICAGO grain fu Ib butchers ots 12 KOO325 III carted or lots 13 3M350 b Culveii 3UO Steers moderately active after a How tmrtl largely steady to weaki Instances 5 u 99 unalt betters ulljr steady cows unchanged weak to SO lowers mien bulk choice alters Ib down bulk choice heifers utility and com nerclul cuwi 13lSi utility anti commer cial bulls 18171 good and nboloe veal ers Di5 Salable sheep Fairly aotlvel jlions Iftntbs JO hither wooled lambs un tested i gooU and choice ihom Iambi OU Ib No li pelts JWS3 tures marketturned lower Mon day after getting of to a firm start i Wheat dipped Almost a cent oa some new and old crop contracts after starting fractionally higher than Fridays close Corn lower from the opening bid iofct more than a cent at times on the De comber and March contracts Old wheat closed to lower may new wheat to lower July corn to 1 lower May oats unchanged to May rye unchanged to lower May soybeans Vi 1 o w e r to Vi ESTIMATKD LIVESTOCK HKOEIPT6 Mondays Market CHICAGO mated talable llvnulouk ruoelpli for Tuesday are cattle hoii and liuejt A new higheroctane and great ly improved companion Red Crown King Size regular is being introduced along with the new Gold Grown Red Crowns stepup in octane also results from Standards new sciencefash ioning process hiethdds The new Red Crown octane rat ing is than that of the com premium gasoline sold only four years ago they said Quintilian Club to Giyei Recital The Mason City High School Quintilian Club will sponsor the annual interpretive reading re cital to be held Wednesday at Trinity Lutheran Chitfch Rachel fSchultz Rozena Theis Dorothy Seisch John Griffens Barbara i Burhite Corrine Stenby Karen Westwick arid Jim Howard will read selections of poetry for the group Marileen Schultz Nor 5ia Jean Cook and Thelma Wil Uaihs students at the Junior College will act as hos tesses Coach William will sponsor the readers full grown Great Horned Owls were captured observed and la ter released and a cooking dem onstration given by Lloyd Kellar arid members of Troop 15 Gar field School A camp leaders orientation meeting conducted by Don Smith district scoutexecutive who be Camp Roosevelt director this year concluded the afternoon The M Mueller of Ma son City conducted worship serv ices Sunday morning on the campsite AlliedCh AUledStrs 46 AmCan 42 AmCrysS35 AmHome 139 AmRadl5 AmSmelt52A AmSugar 35 AmTob74 Anaconda Armour 14 Atchison 24 AtlRefin 51 Beards 33 BendlxAv BethStl 4654 BbelngAir 25V4 Kennecott KresgeSS LockhAir 45 MartinGL 38 Maytag 29Mi M6ritWard37 Morrell 15Vfe NatDairy 35 NatGyps37 Local Livestock higher May and lard 5 to 20 cents a hundred lower May MONUAVfl OHAIN CLOSE cniCAOO WVFlnM grains MASON For 1C047Q JBOlIM 1110200 ParaPict 34 PenrieyJC 81 PepsiCola 23 Philco 16V4 PhillPet49 RON WOOD JANE SMITH BOB GUTHRIE One Person Hurt in JANE BROWNSTONB Safeyay SearsRoeb 2644 ShoaffPenl24 SinclairOU 65 Sopony 58 StdBrands 42W StdQillndSS StdOUNJ60 StudPack Moldy Steady Good Good light lights Ctobd light Good Hthl lljhU Qood medium welrhta Oood mtdlum weljlits medium weights Oood mciliuin welihU load Medium weights flood jncdlam load Medium weights Good medium vrelghta Good medium weights Good sows sows Hood sows Oood Good lows Good sows The price quoted delivered to counlrj lUtloni No 4 hogj lo th Mason Cltj plant art 11 cents OTW the aboto quolatlotti 2102BO 250XGO 2GO310 I1IU3 S80WO 210XW 800330 3SO360 4001HO tUM 4SOSOO Above Is for Old WHEAT May July Sept Dee Now VVUKAT July Sept Mar COHN May July Sept Mar OATS May July Sept Dec Vrev ClOIB 2 mi IMVi IMVi Low Cloio Chrysler CornProd 30 CtirtissWr 42 IDeere 32 DuPdnt 194 ElAutoL 38 FoirdMot 5m GenPoods 43 GenMot43Vi GenPCm 62 SylyElPd 42V4 Goodrich 71 TexasCo68 Goodyear 83 UnlonPac 30 GtWestS 21 UnltAirL 29 Homestake36 UnltAirc74 IllCeht 54 USGypsm 55 IntHarvSS USSteelG4Vi InterstPwi13 iWeatXTTel 19 No 1 hon am priced 5ft oenta mtr tin 1 No hott eoelved after R Overfkt hogi are liibjeot to if dlloount 13 Decker and Bonn J MASON For prt Prime Choice Choioa July Sept Deo SOYBEANS May Juir Sept Nov MVi 87 V4 70 W M Uood heifers Commercial steers hetfetl Llitlltr heifers cows Utility Uulls Gunners uncl I Mason City Grain At Oats Corn Soybeans 68e Midwest Livestock MONDAY9 1RIOES Albert Auilln Good Bulehern 150lSfl ISOMO Ib8 lDO Ibsi tBO180 100110 ins 210220 220130 IbS J Speech Classes to Present Two Plays CLEAR LAKE The high school speech classes of Harry Gillespie will present two oneract plays to the public on May 15 Seed of a dramatic play and The Ugly Duckling by A A Milne is a classical farce The two plays will be given under student direction It is estimated that there are A cartruck collision Monday at the Country Club golf course re sulted in slight injury to one per son Irene Chancellor 825 S Fed eral an occupant in the car re ceived a sprained back Officers said that a car driven by Danny L Birtwell 121 Con necticut N collided with a truck driven by Oscar Wi Craw ford rural Mason City at the west entrance of the golf course Police added that the cars were traveling west the Birt well car started to pass the truck Crawford apparently unaware of the car passing him started to make a left turn into the entrance The car went into the ditch but the truck stayed on the road way Snells Ambulance took Mrs Chancellor to Park Hospital where she was treated and released Two persons hi the truck and 93 to Be by Clear Lake Hi some 600 thousand kinds of inthree adults and a baby were in sects in the world the car KING KORN STAMPS With Each Purchase Choice Blue Ribbon Beef ROUND STEAK b 69c New Lean Fresh Ground 100 Pure Beef GROUND BEEF B lb Gerbers Assorted Varieties Strained BABY FOOD 6 cans Pins for Life Membership Are Given CLEAlt Life Meim bership and In Memoriam pro gram was heldat the W M F meetuig at Zion Lutheran Church Sevenwomen received life mem bership pins as recognition for years of service Members receiving phis were Anena Anderson Mrs Ja kob Jakobsen Mrs Walter Sor ensen Mrs Chris Estergard Mrs Fred Bell Mrs Dick Grif hbrst and Mrs Fred W Rogers Mrs Eugene Burris was program announcer Mrs Martin Loth gave Scrip ture and Mrs Cecil Millard gavS a lesson The Christian Rejoices hi Christian Mrs C O Lomen and Mrs George Strum gave reports on the district con vention at Fort Worth Tex A high school flute trio Kathy Folk mann Miriam Strum and Beja Noland played The spring Circuit con vention will be Tuesday at Im manuel Lutheran Church at Scar ville Cars will leave the Clear Lake church at 9 a m Guests were Mrs Lawrence Halsne and Mrs Roger Krause Mrs Joe Jen sen and committee served Lois Circle sponsored a bake sale Clear Lake Bowling WOMANS CLXJB Eight Balls Larp 1 M Claesgens 192t M Eastman sab Clear Lake High School seniors who rank high in scholarship in the graduat ing class of 1957 will conduct com mencement ceremonies ning ofMay 28 Weather permit ting the exercises will be held in the band shell at City Park and otherwise at the high school The theme of thespeeches will be One Students who will speak are Ron Wood Jane Smith Mary Knise Jane Brown stone Bob Guthrie and Duke They were chosen by the student commencement commit tee on the basis of scholarship leadership and speaking Ability It is thersecond class to conduct its own graduation Diplomas have been obtained J5fl2SO Lea Steady 17 W Minn Steady CHIOAOO CASH GRAIN Mindays Market CHICAGO trifling tn corn oats or Soybean oil IJlZVlit soybean nit at Barley nominal Maltlnr nholce UOt icedi Augsburg appear In Minneapolis for the 93 members of the grad ald Funte Jim Furleigh Gates Gardner Edwin Gudgel Robert Guthrie Bob Hansen Bob Harlah Duke Hughes Ray Humburg James Jackson Mike Kellogg Ward Kuecker Ron Law Clifford Leon ard Larry Lepley Arlo Lien Gary Lybarger Jack MacDonald Gary Matttn Jon Matson Iryin McHrath Gary Miller Mickey Wayne Nesbit Jerry ONeill Dave Roberts Dale Sargent Nyle Spalding Bill Stoyles Dick Tarr Bob Thompson Paul Toppin Ron Trampel Dave Traub Jerry Van Loan Charles Walker Bill Whel an Ralph Winkle Ron Wood Keithe Zirbel and Wayne Zook Director A B Eiigcn will accom pany the oil the oneday trip be served Wed nesday noon at the college After tape i recordings will be made at the Kay Bank Recording Co The company sponsored the 1958 high school choral contest in which Clear Lake was one of two top winners Before dinner Wed nesday tour will be made of Southdale 370300 Ihsi 3WMO Ibs 380400 Ibs 100ISO Ibsj 450500 IbBi 500550 Clear Lake Bovylmg Surf Ballroom 0 Secorjt PlmbJ Z M 200 493 Wllkei M Knight mO Welnhelmer 431 Dahlen Transport 1 Nichols Body shop z H MeEldoon M 4M Veriias Fashion Shop 1 Easlman Gralri Co 2 M Copley ZOlt M Speneer 405 Team Eaitman Co 7891 Secorys rimbg A nooaio 350360 Ibs 18 JO oo ateaily 17JiO CHICAGO POTATOES Utattiii OHIOAOO PotatMii Oldt ArrUatt lilt track total menti fcr UBt Salardiy 4M ay supplies dtmnnd market lUjMly RlVer track CHUomla Ions 1 round tti OHICAQO CHICAGO Oood IROklnj i SOUTH ST PAUL LIVESTOCK Itfonaays Market SOUTH ST PAUL Minn tei Oxlfes Hlsliffliter sieeri and helferf slow and weak to 60 lower Heifers fairly active moilly steady Caws and bnlls aetlVo and fully jleady Good and choice sliufhter steers and yenrlluga Odd head high oholoe 24 helfera Few loU hlfh choice i tliillly and commercial good and jshoicc ID lllfh commercial Cutter and utility bulls onmmerclil and tool Vealon oUsdy Oood choice R22 hlfh choice and prime Stocktr and feeder Weak huyfnir 4 W ftr or better A white mixed Slip Zli STi eUrreiil ZONE Cruhibaugh was d zona chairman of the hbrtheast dUtrict of the Iowa OptoMetricXAssrt he cohventipn sesiioa at About ed the session when a plaque Was reaented Liorts International n recognition of outstanding pub lic service in the conservation ihd protection of vision uating class Included among the speakers are the valedictorian and salutatorian of the class who will be announced later Prom Msy 17 Among the coming events for seniors are May 17 JuniorSen ior Prom at the Methodist Church and AllVeterans Social Center Award Day May 23 high school senior class sermon May 26 and Commencement exercises May 28 Campbells Delicious lOVa Ox Cans Condensed TOMATO SOUP U S No I North Dakota Red Pontiac POTATOES 10 Righfr to Limit Reserved 456 0 Lucky Four 3 R Bower 175 O Ddcscnberj 447 BotlomaUp1 Tnmblinf Tenplni 2 I Ong 1S8 50J Pin Busters S Skni Balls 0 D Johnson sub 181 519 SLIP OF THE TONGUE CHEYENNE Wyo WI Radio Announcer Keith Ashtons tongue slipped a little during his broad cast Ibs The 34th Wyoming legislature is now in its final week of law he said After a short pause he backtracked Apparently that should be The senior class includes 58 gkls and 35 boys according to Winston Weaver high school prin cipal The roll follows Jackie Bowers Jane Brown stone Linda Bryan Mary Car modyt Sandra Chadwell Mary Jo Dick Smith D Christenseu Jane Coyier Karen W Anderson Duregger Ellen Erickson Mavis Fisher Judy Heifner Karen Hein rich Sondra Hummel Mary Ann Johnson Carolyn Kellogg Judy Kirchgatter Mary Kruse Shirley Lien Marilyn Lindstrom Suzanne Lysne Marilyn Madsen Pat Mahoney Donna Mathahs Mara Beth Nelson Nancy Noll Mary Ellen Nyhus Dixie Patton Arleen Rodenbeck Sandra Sever scn Laura Sharratt Jane Smith Elsie Sortie Collen Taylor Mary Walls Beverly Witte Class Larry Andersen Gary Ander son Charles Ashland Duane Golf Tourney and Breakfast Slated CLEAR LAKE Don Goran son Clear Lake attorney was guest speaker Saturday noon at a luncheon meeting of Clear Lake Travelers Club Goranson spoke on the work and findings of the Hoover Commission and explained the ways to economize in govern ment operations A breakfast and golf tourna ment for Travelers Club mem LEAGUE FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS W MeUdte 68 Red Top B4 62 John i C7 53 Warfla Fum Mkt 1 MlrrorBep 51 Buttr Topp 413 MarshallSwift 4S Nal Gaa i 47 CiHanans 43 Chiney FItnbr ilVt 54H Etian 40 55V4 Sport 37 59 Dewey 36 60 Dahleni Trans 21 75 Teami Jenitni Eoan L 28 J2 34 39 44 45 45 47 48 49 53 Choice Ib feeder steera 20 Good 5 i Moderately aotlTC Tlar roVs iliti weak to 25 lower o 50 cents ower gonrs over 400 Ibi full decline Under 800 Ibi Hide change 2 and 3 180240 Ib barrawK and Several hundred head 1 and 2 3 and 3 240SOO bl truck load 3 450 Ihi IfiOl 80 lW160 J 2 and 3 lows feeder jteady Oood and choice Sheep BOO Active 300 head rood arid choice till shorn 101 Ib Iambs fully steady 22 One let food nnd choice D7 pound No 1 pelt horn lamAs 21 Oood pound No 2 19 Other daises steady S32 Red Top High J Marshall K 621 D Stenerwald SM I D Ja A Lirgt All Other Dot 50c Me Jack Christensen Eggs A Poultry flekuji Thornton Iowa U41 ZANIOS PRODUCE 702 S W tilt P M 43tj All Ofhtn Dox Me OYSTER 70e incut iur mem j c v bers wiU be held May 18 at the cobton 818 t Madjen 813 1 Ralph Henry 807 C Helfoer 900 200 Games Joe Johncon Q Oalmin K Rogers C HeUaer J Marihall R Henry D Jacobion p Madsta D Sten erwaia H Chancy J Kllnje B Hrtj hltt BUI CROWDED ISLAND HONOLULU Hawaiian All Veterans Social Center Tho committee in charge includes Dick Smith Don Clark and John Anderson The club will recess during June July and August William Dawes was the name of the man with Paul Revere on his famous ride is only 600 square miles in area but its motorists clocked more than a billion miles last year The police department in releasing the figure said there Were 980 registered automobiles on the for every persons The Celtic languages are spoken by about three and one half mil lion persons Aske Richard Atkins Kaye Bar low Matt BeH Stanley Benner Terry Ereheny Edward Buttle man James Dankbar Michae Davis Tom Fankell Bob Fischer Ronald Franks Jim Friest Don ATTENTION FARMERS WOOL WANTED We will meet all competitive prices and we pay Ic per Ib extra for delivery SCHUYER SON BR1TT IOWA PHONE 4071 Livestock AUCTION MAY P M FOREST CITY IOWA 250 Cattle 150 Hogs The receipts of livestock this auction continue hold up very well All classes of cattle were well represented Wednesday The market for lightweight cartfe offered was active fleshy feeder cattle sold were active and strong and all fat and bytcher cattle were very active and unevenly higher MR CONSIGNOR we have been predicting a much healthier and higher market for cattle this past week again showed a higher trend in the market With this market high er and plenty of farm work this Wednesday should be a good time to send in that stock you are not going to turn to grass We always have a top butcher cattle market at this auc DUE TO THE BUSY FIELD WORK we have discontinued our Saturday Dairy Safes Watch cur advertising for future sales MR BUYER to fill all your livestock needs attend this sale in Forest City each Wednesday afternoon Wfe expect some choice quality feeder cattle plus a gocd selection cf replace ment cattle for this weeks sale FOREST CITY AUCTION Forest City 24881 CHAS N CHUCK HOUSH Owner and Manager   

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