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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Brainerd, Minnesota Raue iwo the Brainerd daily dispatch Brainerd Minnesota saturday. July 23. 1938 closing markets new York produce new Yorkich a potatoes a quiet Lon Island 40fe 1.10 Bai new Jersey 3001.06 bag Southern bag so $1. Hides City Parker firm native steers he butt brands he Colorado la. Dressed poultry quiet turkeys 164/32 chickens 144 30 broilers 16hq24 fowls is /25 Long in land ducks 14 h feta. Live poultry quiet. Geese la roosters 15 ducks if la fowls 16 4r22 chickens 18 it 24 pullets 21h 24 broilers 16ti 22. Butter receipts 1,442,553 lbs. Market quiet Creamery higher than extras 28% n 27% extra 92 score tubs 26hi extra 92 score Cartoni 25hq 25 4 first 90 to 91 score 25fjp 26 first 66 to 89 score 234/25 seconds 19%/22% clean eggs new York july 23 up egg receipts 21,-013 cases Market quiet special peeks 22% #i36 standards 22% first 21% seconds 19% n 20% mediums 19% dirtiest 19% checks 17% q18%. South it. Paul livestock South St. Paul cattle -650. Compared with Friday last week laughter steers and yearlings 25-50c higher heifers steady to 25c up cows about steady bulls steady to 25c lower stockers and feeders weak to 50c off. Weeks bulk follows Good to Choice steers and yearlings $9.50fr 11.26 few loads of lots 12 Odd head $12.50 medium to Good heifers $7 or 9 several lots Good to Choice $9.50 10.50, Odd head $11 Plain Down to $5.50 Good beef cows $6.25 q 7.25 most Plain and medium $546 Low Cutter and cutters $44/5 sausage bulls $5.25ff6.25 fat beef $6,504� 6.75 medium to Good stockers and feeders $6.50�7.75. Calves Iso dealers compared with Friday last week Strong to 60o up Good to Choice $8 to 9.50 extremes $10. Hogs 900 with 409 direct fairly Active steady top $10.10 Good to Choice 160-230 lbs. $9.65�10.10 230-260 lbs. $8.90 / 9.65 260-300 lbs. $8 25 8.90 300-350 lbs. I8q8.25 big weights Down to $7.50 sparingly Good sow s 360 lbs. Down 17.40ft 7.90 others $6.75 /7.40 average Cost Friday $7.97 weight 295. Sheep�?1,100. Compared with Friday last week Springer lambs 25c lower Slaughter ewes and yearlings steady to slightly higher top Spring lambs this week $8.90 Friday s bulk Good to Choice native in rangers $6.50 Plain $6.50 Plain to Cholee yearlings $2,554 7 Plain to Choice ewes $1,504/ 3.25 yearling Breeding ewes $7,507/8. Chicago produce chicago�?0fhi�?potato supplies rather Liberal demand Good on cobblers Light on triumphs fair on Whit Rose Market steady mis court cobblers 65ti 75 Best Quality 80 /85 Kansas cobblers 65q80 beat Stock 85 r90 Nebraska cobbles few 85� 90 Cal. Whit Roe $1.75 u. S. Commercials $1.65 Idaho Blia triumphs $1,554/1.70. Arrivals 119 on track 278 ship ments 398. A firm matinee Hun. 2 30 p. In. Sun. Mon. Tues. George of Brien Ray Whitley in a Border a Many c Hap. Is a the Lone rangers James Oliver or Wood a dramatic masterpiece re hard Heverly Lyle Arlen Roberts Talbot a Call of the Yukon flus a Dummy order a comedy a awful tooth a Novelty a news i ast times today Luivie Rainer in a toy wife Melvyn Douglas and Robert Young starts ton Ite with the at la 30 i. M. And midnite show Sund Aye mond Aye tuesday the critics rave. A this was the scene of destruction that met the eyes of the Rev. Father William Downs when he returned to his Mission Home in Swaton China after receiving medical treatment on the u. S. S. Sacramento for injuries sustained in japanese chinese fighting a 250-Pound japanese Aerial bomb had made a direct hit on the Home. Father Downs whose Home is in Erie pa., is shown standing Simony the ruins of the Mission. Almost 2000 were killed and injured w Hen tar nip a bombed dip Ennah re Hinr Nurt closing pricks new York Stock mar Ket closed higher. Am Loco 23% Ain Rad 16% am smelt 52% att 140% an Toh b 86% Anaconda 37% Beth steel 62 Chrysler 73% Dupont 130 Eastman 180 be 43 Gen foods 35 Gen motors 43% greyhound 25 int Nickel 52% Mont Ward 48%�?T. Nash Kelv 10% no 14% Penney 84% Penn or 23% Phillips Pete 43 Hoa 7% rep steel 20% soc vac 15% std brands 8% so no 58% us rubber 45% us smelt 67 us steel 62% us steel 108% Western Union 33 West Al 105 Woolworth 47%. % nun thirty four per cent of the world % Copper resources Are in Chile. The United states a about 20 per rent. Psi haps it was the malt sea air encountered on his flight from new York to a a californian that produced such a thirst Iii Douglas 1. Corrigan by the time he set his Racket old plane Down near Dublin a by mistake a As pictured above an attendant it Bayonne Ai drome offered him a Pitcher of old Irish water. The daredevil los Angeles flier slaked his thirst with a Toast to Ireland. With James Ellison Beulah Bondi Charles Coburn continuous Hun. From 1 30 p. In. 5� mat. And eve. Hear her a Long til be reminded of you. A extra Mickey mouse cartoon Hollywood Handicap Teit Newt coot Ai a Mosi Taim Baez e news briefs Corrigan sleeps late being hero proves a Strain a 0j.p1 Douglas Corrigan America s Champion wrong direction trans Atlantic aviator slept until la a. In. Today and after a Light breakfast announced that he had recovered from the effects of a week of Strain. Retiring inst night Corrigan announced that he was going to sleep until further notice. He was so tired that he could not attend a carnival in the Irish National boxing stadium. It was not the flight thai tired Corrigan or the writing of dozens of Post cards or the entertainment programs he said that he Felt the Arnin of being a hero when 200 girls mobbed him yesterday As he came out of a tailor shop and tried to kiss him when his $900 air plane was loaded onto the steamship Lehigh thursday to precede him to new York. A Wing of the plane was severely jarred but proved to he undamaged. Corrigan intends to go to London monday or tuesday and to return Here to sail for new Yolk in the liner Manhattan july 30. Bark Home his immediate plans Are to Lead a Parade through Brooklyn and attend a corned beef dinner by the Corrigan society in Chicago. Missing women continued from Page i hags pocketbooks cigarettes bits of food and other personal belongings. Local authorities searched for them until last night when they notified gov. Tingley and asked for assistance. Recall other disappearances gov. Tingley telephoned mrs. Gibbons at Billings last night and assured her that everything possible would be done to and the women. Nearby Are subterranean passages under the Laval Beds whole Walla Are coated with Lee. Known As the ice caves they Are visited by hundreds of tourists annually. Authorities said it was impossible that the women had lost their Way in them that they were entirely too Small for such a thing to have happened. The circumstances were similar to those surrounding the disappearance two years ago of or. And in. George n. Lorica of East St. Louis ju., and or. And mrs. Albert Heb Erre of Duquoin 111. Travelling West by automobile they disappeared without a Trace in the same badlands. Their automobile was found travellers Cheeks issued in their name were cashed for weeks afterwards but of them nothing whatsoever was Ever found. Soldier kills sweetie tries to kill himself tuner Richard h. Denham army private at it. Mcpherson shot and killed hts 16-year-old sweetheart Sara George and then attempted to commit suicide police reported today. Officers said the girl and the Soldier had entered a suicide pact presumably because Sarah a parents tried to keep the couple apart. Denham shot the girl and then turned a single barrel Shotgun on himself firing one charge into his body just below the heart. His condition was critical. A this is a suicide of two lovers who would rather die than part a read a note left by the girl. Survey Tornado damage near Canadian Border St. Paul. Minn.�?4u.pi Forest rangers today Are surveying damage done by a Tornado which swept through the Lac la Croix area near the Canadian Border ripped out communication lines and isolated the area h o. Weber Deputy state director of forestry said. The storm swept to within 25 Miles of Ely. Camps were demolished and canoes upset but no injuries were reported. Governor Elmer Benson today ordered Survey of damage done by another storm in Polk county entering about Fisher. Hail was reported to have beaten Down hundreds of acres of Small grains. Rites for Albert Ellison Are set Bethlehem lutheran Church . Funeral services will be held at Brainerd for the rites hers the Fol 2 p. In. Monday for Albert j. Ehi loping Day. Son 54. Well known former resident Hill Billy favorite in election in Texas Dallas Texas a Texas democrats parsed today in their party primary on 12 men who want the gubernatorial nomination and several score who want to be nominated to one of the states 23 seats in the House of representative. Favorite in the gubernatorial race was w. Lee Daniel a flour Salesman who bewildered his rival with a Peculiar evangelical musical Campaign. He toured the state repeatedly in a sound truck with i Hill Billy orchestra. Singing songs of his own composition before and after his speeches. Mrs. Roosevelt to see her newest grandchild Philadelphia up mrs. F. D. Roosevelt is expected to visit her eighth grandchild the four Day old son of or and mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt jr., the week end. Young Roosevelt said he expected his Mother to come Here from Hyde Park meanwhile physicians at lying in Hospital reported the baby is gaining Back the Little weight it lost. The Mother the former Ethel Dupont was permitted to receive friends yesterday. Her parents or. And mrs. Eugene Dupont Are daily visitors. Two secret service men guarded the Nursery but yesterday at the request of Young Roosevelt they permitted a traffic policeman to look at the baby. Later Roosevelt signed autographs for the workers in a nearby factory. Of Brainerd who died late yester Day at Bemidji where he had resided for the past several years. The rites will be held from the Bethlehem lutheran Church with the Rev. J. R. Mich Acmon officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery Here. Or. Quiron was born october la 1883 in Lacrosse wls., and came to Brainerd As a child with is parents or. And mrs. Charles e a son. He lived in Brainerd All if his life until september 1933 when he was transferred to Bemidji when the Minnesota and Intel National Railroad company offices her wre shut Down. He we chief clerk in the m a i. Offices Here for nearly 30 Ymir and had a wide acquaintance throughout Brainerd and surrounding territory. He made his hem while Here on North fourth Street. Or. Ellison is a former exalted ruler of the Brainerd Lodge of elks and was a member of Aurora Lodge no. Too a. F. And a. M. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Louise Ellison his Mother mrs. Cheries Ellison one Eon James and a daughter Evelyn All of Bemidji and two other sons Malcolm Willmar and John Brainerd. Short funeral rites will be held in Bemidji at i p. In. Sunday after which his body will be taken to hogs Are steady on Chicago Mart Chicago. Iii. D i hogs were about steady in very Small Supply at the Chicago stockyards today. Chicago had 4,000 hogs 3,800 directs top $10.10 Pitsburg was nominally steady on 500, and East St. Louis was weak on 1,500. Chicago cattle totalled 200, calves too of the 1,050 reported nominally steady. Pittsburgh had no Market on 150 and East St. Louis was steady on 700. Total sheep reported were 1,100 of which Chicago had .500 Market nominally steady Pittsburgh was nominally steady on too and East St. Louis was steady on 500. Country club ladles to have lunch tuesday a pot Luck lunch for ladle of the Brainerd country club is scheduled at the course club House tuesday at i p. M. Everyone is urged to attend. The Rock of Gibraltar i 1400 feet High. Drinks dry Toast to old Erin mrs. Ida Caln left this morning for St. Paul to attend the stat executive Board of the workers a Hance. Notice elks Are asked to attend the funeral of our late brother. Past exalted ruler a. J. Ellison which services will be held monday afternoon july 25, at 2 of clock at Bethlehem lutheran Church. Carl 0. Peterson exalted ruler. Mrs. Ralph Pearson of new York City is visiting with her sister mrs. Morton Toole at of Lake. Robert Ebert of fit. Paul in spending a week vacation at the summer Home of his parents or. And mrs. A. C. Ebert on round Lake. Free wedding dance sat. Night at tuckers fort Ripley. Flansburg and Adair. 297t2 miss Elizabeth Beely has returned to Chicago after several month a visit at the Home of her Uncle anti aunt or. And mrs. M. E. Hitch. Sherif and or. Donald Mccomis of Iowa City Iowa Are spending several Days As guests of or. And mrs. Walter Mccoma. Don my comas i a brother of w. Mccomas dance at Little Pine saturday. Jerry a High flyers. 297t2 or. And mrs. Charles Kimball of Fargo Are expected to arrive this evening to spend the week end at the Home of or. Kimball s Parent or. And mrs. R. D. King. Miss finances Neville left the afternoon for grand Forks n. D. Where she will visit with relatives and friends Over the week end. Dance Reeds tavern saturday hoots Nite owls. 297t2 or. End mrs. Cyril j. Stickney and son Allan have returned to their Home in Aonia Oregon in Way of Yellowstone Park after spending several Days visiting with relatives and friends in Brainerd. Mrs. Stickney is a sister to mrs. B. I Lagerquist and in. C. W. Hoffman of this City. Dance sat., Youngs 297t2 or. And mrs. L. Hunt and Friend miss m. E. Riefstahl of Chicago iu., Are spending several Days at the Home of mrs. Hunts brother in Law and sister. Or. And mrs. To. D. King 621 North ninth Street. Mrs Tony Anderson returned last evening from Minneapolis the e so visited with or. Anderson at the veterans Hospital. She reports or. Anderson in getting along Nice in. Ken Lees band at Bear tracks inn every tuesday thursday and saturday. Admission saturday 10c and 20c. Other Nisei free. 29413tu-th s or. And or. R. Aurness and son James and Peter Are expected to arrive next week from new York City to spend several Day visiting with friends in Brainerd and at their Cabin at of Lake. Or. And mrs. W. L. Modersbach accompanied by or. And mrs Franklin Ebner jr., will motor to Cumberland wia., this evening a visit with relatives. They will return tomorrow accompanied by or. And mrs. Modersbach a son practically perfect fourteen year old Marjorie Gestring olympic Champion of los Angeles soars gracefully through the air in one of her specialities at Santa Barbara calif., scene of the National women swimming and diving championships where she defended her title. Billy who has been visiting there for the past several weeks. Dance at Gateway tonight. Cee hoisted band. Carl Holvick is expected to arrive from Minneapolis today to visit at the Home of his Parent or. Ani mrs. J. Holvick 1u2 Oak Street. Mrs Harvey Paine and children bulls Laverne and june Irene will leave next week for an extend re visit with relatives at Newman Lake Washington. I. Phillip Adams expects a leave next week for Montana where she will join or. Adams who is now employed there. Dancing at Belliveau inn. Or. Adolph Anfinson will spend the week end at his Home in Mil Tea. William Lindberg left this afternoon for Crookston where he will visit at the Home of his Parent Over the week end. Miss Harriet Hall who has been attending summer school at the University of Minnesota is expected to arrive this week end and for the remainder of the summer vacation will be at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Frank g Hall. Dance to Tiger band Cron Lake Pavilion tonight. Mrs. Dodge of Wisconsin is visiting at the w. A. Erickson Homo. She will be Here for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Morton Toole and daughters Nancy and Patricia of Allentown pa., Are spending the summer months at their Cabin on of Lake. Mrs. Toole is a sister in Law to mrs. Frank Hall of this City. Mrs. Howard Murphy of Joplin mo., is spending several weeks at the summer Home of or. And mrs. R. A. Beisa at full Lake. It after japs bombed u. S. Mission its great 11 rational Saf a 1

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