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Carroll Times Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Carroll, Iowa The fatal estate ads mow singing Home Sweet Horn to Yon class tried and phome 240 Cook wanted completely remodeler cafe.  Good hours Good pay. Phone 2441, Icib Civ cafe Newell Iowa. 3d-130-3tc f Heiy Mai i a worn for Eon Sentive in or tons one Day per word _ two Days per word threes Days pts word Jour Days per word five Days per word i six Days per word 8 cents 6 cent 6 cents. 7.o�nta 8 cent. A a a i in a 0 cents Obi month por word____30 cents minimum honesty. Notice the daily times Herald will not be a Spon sible for Moro than Ono incorrect in i Are ton of any advertisement. Picas read your advertisement Over carefully the first Day of . If in error notify is at Oon As pow Bli and correction Wilt fee made bund ads n such ads Are to Natch strictly confidential. Name of person running the and will not be Given. Replies to these ads must a i addressed As stated in the and and mailed 1 to the. Daily times. Hera d or left at Uta Dally times Herald office. Wanted cultivating. De w. Bernholtz. Phone 7d-f-12. 4d-132-3tp for Sale cultivator to fit John Dobro a tractor. Frank Handlow Manning it. 3. 4e-131-3tc for Sale Mccormick scoring two Row Corn plow will fit any regular far mall or f-20. Bernard Nunnink Templeton. 4e-131-3tp for Sale one 44 foot Sandwich elevator in Good running order Windmill and Tower Good As new. John Lena. Phone 979-j. 4e-131-3t? save on Dairy equipment Ward s Dairy equipment from filter discs to milking machines is known for Quality. At amazingly Low Price. Filter discs As Low As 30c Box of 100. Milk pailsg7c up announcements lost 2-a lost Small boy s Soldier Cap Friday. Phone 287-j. 2a-132-Ltc lost Large Black Gray persian cat. Reward. Phone 278-Lj. 2a-130-3tc we now have beam plates for John Deere planters. John Juergens implement co., Carroll Iowa. 4e-130-3tc for Sale John Deere six foot grass Mower. Tony Lange Carroll 2 Miles West. 4e-128-6tp found 3-a found sum of Money. Mrs. Lafferty Alice cafe. 3a-132-Ltc for Sale John Deere two Row horse cultivator with tractor hitch. John g. Halbur Carroll it. 1. 4e-132-2tp personals 4-a business services Repass service 3-c for Sale Moline Hay loader. Price $40.00. Henry Anthofer 1 mile East 1 North Roselle. 4e-132-3tp Lawn mowers sharpened i and repaired. Franzwa Black Smith shop. 3c-106-26tc refrigerator repairing. Plenty of Parth also new and rebuilt units. Ben Steen. 3c-127-6tp miscellaneous 7-c insulate Tow Don t fill your Homo with paper. Use Northern. Wool Home insulation. Louis w. Al Recs co. 7c-130-6tc let us give you an Esti mate on singling your build Inga. All material and labor furnished. Gamble s. 7c-132-Ltc insure your crops i now against Hail Aetna insurance tvs \ a i   company v. Stuart Perry Tel. $ 7c-119-Ltc employment male uel wanted id men wanted wanted two Mett to Call on Farmers in. Carrol county. Five Days per. Week. Work. Must have car. Earnings up to $175 per see. Or Call e. W. Sederburg 611 a St Carroli. I dog ld-127-etp waited Man to clean windows floors Woodwork steady Job. Apply in person afternoons City club.,. Ld-130-6tc men wanted 11 wanted two men to Call on Farmers in. Carroll county. Five Days por Wetick work. Must have m car. Earnings up to $175 por Imonti. See or Call e. W. Sederburg v i Tii West St. Carroll Iowa a Ain a a 132.6tp female help wanted 2-d waited a blk Cashiers major ipod or single. Apply. In person afternoons. City club i i i. 2d-180-6tc wanted fori Ilund spa apply to person., style so wanted fwo5lsl% to do Homo laundry. Phone 053. A u 2d 132-Tfe reliable lady apply to 2dt132-Tfo \ men or women wanted 3-d i wanted correspondent to or yer. A i Tifa a Tyi a a a Carroll Herald. Write or Ca at herald5 office Carroll. Adj vow top employment situation wanted 4-d farm products farm machinery 4-e Ward s farm Carroll store 127-6tc for Sale Hay in the Field near Scranton by Bale or acre. Leo f. Fiedler 103 n. Clark. 5e-132-Ltp for Sale new wards portable elevator. Wards farm store Carroll. 4e-132-3u livestock for Sale 1-f for Sale two year old Colt extra Good. Alfred h. Meyers Manning it. 2. Lf-128-6tp for Sale purebred polled shorthorn bulls serviceable age. T. B. And Bangs free j. A. Schroeder South of Arcadia depot. Lf-131-6tp Wertheimer cattle co. Incorporated. To have a Large assortment of stockers and feeders steers and Heifer calves and Young cows on hand at All times. Reliable parties can be financed. Phone 1380, Boone Iowa John Whitey Astrup. Lf-132-6tc merchandise household goods 1-g wanted kerosene Range. Phone 63 Breda. Lh-130-3tc for Sale vacuum sweeper nearly new. Phone 855. Lg-132-2tc for Sale enamelled Range and Heator. Phone 457-w i"-1 lg-131-3tp ration Calendar 2 9 4 8 6 t 0, 9 10 11 12 13 14 1� 16 17 18 1 h 24 26 a a i. Lite it o c e s s e d foods a Blue Stamps a8, b8, c8, d8, e8, f8, g8, h8, j8, k8, m8, n8, p8, q8, re s8, t8, u8 and v8, Book four valid indefinitely ten Points each. Meats red Stamps As b8, c8, d8, e8, f8, g8, h8 j8, k8, l8, m8, n8, p8, q8, r8, s8 and t8-Book four valid indefinitely ten Points each. U8, v8 and w8 valid june 4. Sugar Stamps 30 and 31, Book 4, valid indefinitely. Stamp 32 valid june 16. Stamp 40, Book 4, five pounds Canning sugar valid to feb. 28, 1d45. Shoes air plane Stamps 1 and 2, Book 3 valid indefinitely. Gasoline new a Book coupons no. 11 valid March 22 a through june 21 Good for 3 Gallons. B3, c3 coupons valid for five Gallons. E and Al valid one gallon r and re non Highway valid for five Gallons t second Quarter valid for five Gallons. In a b and c gasoline books number of the car License should  be written on face instead of Back of Coupon. Tikes commercial vehicles every 8 mos. Or every 5000 Miles which Ever occurs sooner. Tiro situation critical conserve present tires on wheels. Keep old passenger tire inspection records. Kuk1, Oil period 4 and s coupons Good for 10 gals per unit feb. 8 through sept. 30. 8tove8-rationing began tuesday aug. 24 Purchase certificates obtainable from local boards. Col qty Calendar Carroll chairman Martin .1. Maher. Women s division mrs. 8. L. A her Muti Carroll. Pal Kkt Tako to depot at aaa. Corn bins on o. W. Tracks on East fifth Harcot or Call boy or girl scouts. Tin cans Cli an and flatten and till to to aaa bins. Ivask Fath deliver to your a Arliet. Two red Points and -1 cents per Pound in cull Karl co Iii. Hash collect clean rags and old clothing of nil it nil Ulm sell to 1 i Ulit or give to Hod Cross or other organisation. Ikon Kurm scrap badly needed. Hell to dealer or give to Salvage committee Call county chairman. Containers containers of All kinds must be saved. Grocers will be Oun tile to furnish Carton or sacks As in the past. Use your own Container when shopping. Don t in Rig t. All waste mat Mlls will lie needed before this War is Over. Merchandise Houft Efforo goods i a released four new sino-6i electrics or treadle. Also guaranteed used singers for Sale. Singer sewing machine co. 18 n. 8th St., f6rt Dode of a. 10-l31-3tc electric Fence conf roller priced to save you up to 1/3 at wards farm store. Legal in All states. Storm proof Case controlled Shock Safe but sure. Battery or 110 Volt Type. As Low As $12.75 at Ward s farm store Carroll 132-6tc furniture for Sale 6kk dining r Dom suite. 2 Oak rockers. Dresser. 1 end table. 1 Pedestal. Doll buggy doll bed. Baby stroller. Ironing Board sad Irons. Snow shovel. Kitchen table dishes 4 chairs. Fruit jars 2 Wash tubs. Gas lantern Bench Vise. Electric Percolator perfection portable Oil Heater. Atwater Kent radio. High chair. Frank Murphy 209 North Maple 132-3tc miscellaneous wanted to buy 1-h wanted to used baby bed. Buy Good Call 326. Lh-132-3tp wanted Small wardrobe trunk. Leave name at Herald office. Lh-131-2tp used Singer sewing machines wanted. Will pay top prices. Singer sewing machine co., 18 North 8th "St., fort Dodge Iowa. Lh-131-3tc for sales a for Sale 130 gallon fuel Oil tanks on stands. No priority needed. Louis w. Drees co. 3h-130-3tc for Sale 10 acres medium red Clover. Berger bros., Carroll it. 2. 3h-132-Ltp plea a a a Wias to print the Complete a did esses of Meu my women in Over Sci service or on the a i a of flee of censorship tells is that by lifting the names of actual Milts which Are on tilde the Continental limits of the United states we furnish the enemy with information he is most a we liw Trueie to print Only the name and Grade army serial Sumter of to i eel ppm of flee service. Men and women in overseas Tepaske family Here a on Way to Seattle it. . And mrs. Bernard a. Tepaske and children Bruce and Linda were. Guests in the o. J. Murphy and mrs. J. Arthur Pas Coe Homes saturday and sunday. They Are Enro Ute from Cambridge mass., where it. Tepaske has attended Harvard University to Seattle Wash. He will receive his assignment for further instruction at Seattle. The four went from Carroll to Orange City to be with it. Tepaske s parents until wednesday when they will leave for Seattle. Rome continue a from Page 1 passes tests Clayton Lafferty son of or. And mrs. A. R. Lafferty of Carroll said yesterday that he had been notified that he had passed the radio technician test for naval training school which he took june 2. He said that he had been ordered to report for duty thursday at Des Moines. Sent to Farragut Vincent l. Baumhover who left for the Navy about ten Days ago has been sent to Farragut Idaho for Boot training. His address Vincent l. Baumhover a. S., co. 633-44, Camp Bennion u. . S., Farragut Idaho. Vincent is a son of or. And mrs. Lawrence Baumhover. 15 Day leave Laverne olberding to. 3/c, and mrs. Olberding Are Here from North Carolina to spend fifteen Days with their parents or. And mrs John olberding and or. And mrs. Fred Mosman. For Sale 3-h buy Skelly fortified Gas Olinc for your farm work. Goes further lasts longer. Phone 943. Louis w. Drees. 3h-130-6tc 1141 april 1141 in m til i i 2 3 4 178  10 11 u 11 14 is 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 9t 24 25 26 27 28 2� Ltd to May Ali m tvs it no Rte 1 2 3 4 8 tit 10 it la 11 14 in is 17 18 it 2# 21 22 23 24 is 28 it 28 it 10 ii Folt rent Fotr t it Oom Choice a apartment Oyer Burns store. Alice Manning.5j-132-2tc merchandise t a h for rent two room. Apt. And Bath. In Roseyelt apts three room aft and Bath in me by fuck bldg Allie Man Fng. 5j i31-2tc household Doods 1-g for Sale used 6x12 Ruo. 1109 n. Adams. Phone 1004-j. Lg-132-Itc for Sale carved Oak Din ing room suite with Quaker lace cloth 72x90 Silver bowl and Candle holders bedroom suite Complete with innerspring mattress porch Rug. Small folding serving table with trays extra set of dishes White Metal Flower stand Ferney round Mirror egg Case 12 Doz. Kraut Cutter Stone jars 2 new win Dows 20x24 3 Gal. Cream Cali h. V. Mcge Ivray 814 % Adams. No phone Calls please. ,1g-130.-wc 320 acres 1n Southern Sac county improye.d., Price old Worth t, terms Box 86i .Sac/.cjty, Iowa. 7j 132-tp movie Star 1 Ana Wev to part vim to ii ill horizontal 1 pictured actress. Martha 2 she is a film 13 narrow Inlet 14 wireless a 15 Story 16 heroic 18 blow Horn 19 lubricates 20 accomplish 21 registered surse abbr right Bird 23 South Dakota. Ebher 28 playthings 28 measure of 29 five and ave 31 cerium Symbol 32 greek letter 33astpnsh 34 either 35 steal 39 Donkey 38mea�ureof cloth 39 half an pm 40 powerful explosive abbr 41 pedal digit 42 belongs to him 43 transpose abbr 44 like 46 wander 48 compensates Money 53 against 54 girl s name u ,j6�move head affirmatively 57 require 58 she is one of  Hollywood s Youn vertical y 1 native Metal 2 immerse Coob 3 air attack 26 sea 4 senior abbr 27 biblical v t wtawja�.-v.aii-i-. My Lff lil yen Jbara �1mi a a Sidhu Istir. Is beam a Fri adm ?4�ilsjll  we Hlll Ilu iian Lwow Irolli a Isih  ism 5 feline m. F pronoun 6 smells ,28 near 7 King of beasts 30 grab 8 Fate a a 32 erbium x 9 hide 1 Symbol to appendage 34 Bone 11 everything 37 Street Abb 12 things latin .38 Daybreak 17 folding bed comb form 22 soothsayer 40 shy 23 look fixedly 41 rendezvous 24 fiend 42 ? m v44 aluminium 45 tfnf"-1 Al pm 46 req 48vegeti 49 title respect 31 fish a i 52 paid notices35 electrical engine or a a for Sale garage. Phone 102-w or Call at 214 s. Court St.3h-131-2tc real estate Pali Tynt i rent 5-j report today Elmer Juergens and Gerald Schulte went to Des Moines this morning to report for military service at Camp Dodge. Gerald is the youngest son of or. And mrs. H. H. Schulte. Farms for Sale 741 Asifo motive county garners 104 tons scrap Carroll county although behind the quota set stands third in a group of eight counties grouped around Carroll in the collection of waste paper a recent web report disclosed. A quota of 116,850 pounds of Salvage paper had been assigned to Carroll county for the month of May and a report compiled on May 25 by the web gave a collection of 63,250 pounds for a percentage of 54.1 in the county. Ahead of Carroll county were Sac county 72.5 per cent and Shelby county 56.8 per cent. Other counties in the group listed according to percentage figures Are Audubon 38 Greene 26.4 Guthrie 16.9 Calhoun li.3, Crawford 2. 4. 4-k see Schoeppner Sarage we new tired a Why buy War stir by and , you Cap still buy pjrfi7war tires and tubfis1 lat Gamble s. 5k430-6tc i notice Pii ook of w1ix  in Tow list Rte to coat of Lowste  inns he for car Foll county btat0 of iowa7 oar Roll county As to All whom it Mayl concern notice i hereby div Benj t that an is Trumont in writing purport lne i to Boih West Wilu Mart Wilesta maniot jul lain fort Crft deceased was this Flay Rodu Sotl Opo nod and cad by Tho and that i Havo fixed monday Tho loth Day Otsuno 1b44, at 0 o Zoldok a. A. At the fourth ouzo in Carroll Iowa As the Day proof in relation thereto i with lbs my. Official Sig nature with Tho Leal at said court hereto affixed tills 19th dayk6f May 10" a a  . Thei.15n, Bead i a Clork District Couit May 22, 2d Juno a 1044 cat Mil lows 1whtm, to Leo Feld injured inf tractor pm Hap a a is Reid ported better Leo Feld is1"cttjifiried to ills Home Northeast of Carroll with injuries Suff red in a tractor mishap Friday afternoon. Or Feld was driving the tractor i Hen his foot slipped on this swinging draw bar and he was. Thrown Over the steel wheel the steel lugs of which pierced d braised his Side. He is reported to to recovering satisfactorily but it will prow Bly be some time before a can resume work. Hots a son of fold. 4-h club discusses plans for rally Day members of the Mapie River top a etchers 4-h club discussed plans for rally Day at a meeting Friday evening at the Home of hylh0 and Marguerite Bruening. I hey answered Roll Call by telling what they a fro bringing to the bake Sale june 11. Delores Bellinghausen pros i Dent conducted the meeting. After adjournment Gustof s Toast was danced and lunch was served. Met and mrs. Edwin Teague Are a. , he 8t, nth Piny Hospital sunday mor Glidden True Blue Lih a club holds meet aim w imb1rb% the Bidden to Blu ,4#. Chib answered Roll Al we the if f apr #&49imtopj&. . , Cromwell saturday. A talk ontdessert4 in War to Niti Wasi made by Jean Moore and demonstration on making cot Tage cheese was Given by Eva Blum. Donna Cross was in charge of recreation. Polish Premier Here Washington a polish Premier Stanislaw mlk6lajczyu is arriving today on visit to exchange.,. With. President Roosevelt and to probe Means for closing the Gap Between Russia and Poland. Act whim the Alliea entered Rome. Although first rep Bris Fri re Rome were scanty concerning damage in the City a number of demolitions were carried tit by the germans. Dispatches said the Fiat factory had Beeti the scene of one such demolition while efforts also apparently were made to wreck Gas electric and water utilities. Announce occupation Allied Headquarters announced the occupation of Rome by the fifth army last night and thus was realized one of the main objectives when general sir Harold Alexander started the huge Allied offensive May 11. The other main objective the destruction of the German 10th and 14th armies remained to be carried out and towards Thia objective the fifth and eighth armies pressed today. Fighter bombers hammered away at the fleeing German columns leaving attn ruled highways to the North littered with dead and wounded and smashed vehicles. The fifth army Tore off and chewed up additional chunks of the disorganized nazi forces which had tried vainly to Stem Tho Advance on the italian capital Long enough to hold open an escape route for hard pressed troops in the shredded defense line South of the City. The danger to Field marshal Albert Kesselring s forces still facing the left flank of the fifth army Between Rome and the Aea coast grew steadily. The main escape route of these forces was lost when lieutenant general Mark Clark s Armor and infantry crashed through the defensive screen on the outskirts or Rome yesterday and swarmed into the City where they met Only sporadic resistance. Prisoners taken in the 25-Day-old All out offensive passed Well Oyer the 20,000 Mark. In relentless strafing and bombing the tactical air Force had destroyed or damaged 1200 German trucks and other vehicles. The widely acclaimed entry into Rome Climax of nine months of hard fighting in Italy was  accompanied by fresh gains in other sectors of the front. Palestrina astride an important Retreat Road North of the via Cas Ilina four and a half Miles North of Val Montone was cleared of the enemy. At the same time the eighth army drove the enemy completely out or the Sticco Valley Clearing the towns of Piuggi Ziglio Pali Ano Guarcini and Cave. An official account of the drive into Rome said reconnaissance elements entered the Southeastern outskirts of the City at two Points about 8 a. And 9 a. Respectively and a few hours later had pushed on to within its official limits. The principal break through toward Rome was made in a sector defended by the Hermann goer ing division which fought vainly in North Africa and Sicily As Well to stay the Allied Advance., one american Force moving Forward from the Southeast generally along Highway 6, advanced nearly eight Miles then met self a resistance from the enemy on the Eastern outskirts. Elements severed Highway 5 at the northeastern Entrance to Romo. Meanwhile an Advance group pushed on into the outskirts to Tho Southeast at 9 a. M., three Miles due East of Rome stubborn enemy defences were met with leading tanks encountering Many mines. Other fifth army forces meanwhile had moved Forward to Points four Miles South of Rome and Highway 7.",a simultaneous Advance from the Alban Hills northwestward bypassed some pockets of resistance. The towns of gotta Errata Marino and Genzano were taken in that area. The British on the left flank pressed to within six Miles of the tiber below Rome and began bridging the Rio Torto. The eighth army pushing into the rugged mountains North of the Lirl and Sacco valleys encountered demolitions on a grand Scalo Many covered by fire from Well situated guns to prevent repairs. Medium bombers slashed rail and Highway communications in the Florence area. Several Road Bridges were hit. Wellingtons and liberators meantime smashed at to Conj Northeast of Rome today.160-170 170-180 1so-270 270-300 300-330 330-360 270-360 360-400 400-410 450-500 May Oscity Witheril. H.b0 umm 12.00 i2ttb 13,40 12.00 11.60 11.40 10.86 10.20 10.10 10.00 13 45 12.00 11.60 11.30 vim 12.00 11.50 11.20 Good Pockl Fig few or 10.30 10.25 a 10.20"" 10.20 10.10 10.10, 10.00 i0.i0 10.001 hog prices Are steady ill slow marketing today Chicago. Hog prices were steady to 10 cents lower today in a slow Market. Cattle was generally steady but steers and heifers reached new High prices. There were not enough wooled lambs to establish a Market. Ufa scalable hogs 23.000 total 34.-Ono blow Well hts 270 lbs. And Down , other weights and sows Tietven but Ron rally steady to 10 cents lower and Choice 150-170 lbs. $12.00-$13.00 Millum Rrada 180-220 lbs. Jll.50-$13.00 Koort and Choice 350-Bbo la. Sows 10.65-85, Choice la rat weights to $11.00 approx mutely 14,000 unsold largely support hogs. , cattle is",000 scalable calves 1.-000 fort steers and yearly has steady to 25 Routs lower mostly steady Carly Active in nil grades both local and outside de in Tel Oit Lyles Broad heifers weak cows acutely scarce fully steady bulls and Van Rrt unchanged both classes Active Liiri a a to per run bulk j15.00-j17.00 top $17.40, n my High on corp. Paid for two loan n around 1,300 lbs next highest or or s17.35, very Liberal Supply j15.75-$17.00 Etiole to prime heifers uncovered new h Khz of s17.15 bulk fed heifers su.00-$l�1.2r. Cutter cows $9.7 Down most Boef cows in r�o-$12.00 weighty sausage bulls up to $12.40 and heavy fat bulls to $13.75 Vaurs $16.00 Down Stock cattle scarce. Scalable a map. 2.000total .0,000 not enough whole re lambs to make a Market one Load Mil us and Good 87 la. Nebras Kos sold Utyro Nirry at $15.50 shorn lambs steady two Law in a dirt and Choice clipped with Tir. 1 Pelt $14.25 one or two Small lots and. Odd heart native Spring lambs sls.lio-sl6.00. With Bucks discounted $1.00 undertone about steady on shorn ewes with Good and Choice kind scalable $6.75-$7.25. Kansas City livestock Kiin Hrin City ap5iwpa1 hogs galah la and total 1f .00o in Ray Active 270 lbs., and Down steady. Heavier weights and both weak to in lower. Good and Choice 180 to 270 lbs. .813.50 380. To 360 lbs. S10.75 to $11.65. 140 to 170 lbs. .b6 to $11.25. Sows $10.25. Hold Over estimated around 5,000. Cattle scalable 11,000, total 12,000 blow largely steady on most Slaughter classes some weakness on lower Grade cows stockers and Fec Derb slow steady to weak. Several loads Choice beef steers $10,00 to $156.70 medium to Good steers to $16.00 few common and medium $11.50 to $13.50. Load lots mixed steers mud Heifer yearlings $10.50 to $16.00 medium and Good heifers and yearlings $12.50 to $15.10. Few Good cows $11.75 to $12.75, common and medium $0.00 to $11.25 can ners and cutters $6.50 to $s.50, belly canners s6.00. Good bulls up to $12.50, common and medium $0.26 to $11.25. Medium and Choice dealers $12.00 to $14.00. Bulk medium and Good stockers and feeder steers $11.50 to $13.00, Choice Fleshy feeders $14.25. Sheep scalable 5000, total 10,800 slow scattered opening sales ewes and clipped lambs Seady. No Spring lambs sold Early open Lite bids lower. Best native Spring lambs held above $15.50, clipped Texas lambs and yearlings $11.75 Odd lots Slaughter ewes with no. 1 skins $7.00. Liquidation develops in wheat Market furnished by Jamo Phlip Chicago liquidation de oped in the Grain Market in Ujj Early trading with wheat and Ryiz receding around Mand go to a cent with december wed May wheat september december and a May Rye and september Barley Selling at a new seasonal Low the Sec fore there was Mueh Beppo rfcs l later Short covering and a Faut a class of commission Hott Kia buying t developed and the markets rallied sharply from the Early Low. Favourable weather and War news was responsible for the Early Rush of Selling with some Stop loss of i Ders line Vered on the Way Down. \ dry and cooler weather prevailed in the southwestern wheat a Felt which was regarded As very f Avor \ Able for the new crop and Hart it is expanding rapidly. .1,. J Chicago Grain Dally Grain Prees Are furl so �4 a James frailer corresponds no for far. Roil & co. Phone 64., wheat july sept. Dec. Oats july sept. Dec. Rye july sept. Dec. Open 160% 160 150 158% 15u High 161 159% 159% Low 159% 158% 158% close 160 to 158t4 159 -159 159% 73% 73% 69% 69% 69 106 4 105% 107% 107 109% 109 74% 73% 74% 70% 69% 69% 69 108 105% 108% ,106% 110% 108% 70 70% 6 1% 106% 108% 107% 107% 109 109% produce Market Corrou fro Dooe hons Over 4 hens under 4 lbs. Leghorn hens judo heavy Breed Cocks leghorn Cocks Sweet Cream j7e -i7o j3c, 15 _s2o no. 2 Jill .49c Carroll Grain Market Dally Carroll grata prices an few Nashed by the Farmers Grain and lumber company. Phone ssi. Combined hog receipts Are 48,0r30tdday Deli Rio irtes Ufa combined mpg Rocq its of 19 concentration Yards and 11 packing plants located in Interior Iowa and South Erna Minnesota for Tufie 24-hour period ended at Ujj fit am. Today were 48,000 compared with 40,100 a week ago and 37,600 a year ago. Moderately Active to slow generally steady. Loading considerably less than the 48,000 Over week end. Barrows and gilts Good and Choice in lbs 160-180, $10.40 13.4q 180-270, 13,10-13.50 270-306, h.00-.40 ,300-330, 10.60-11,90 3br3,60a 1049r11.60. Sows Good and Choice 270-360 $10,op-io.40y 360-400, 9.90-10.30., sows flod400r 450.$9.80-10. Io.i5o.p,q,.9.ip., a for a different flavor fling use leftover canned Corn in do Rollings or Topper for meat pie. I no. 2 Corn a no. 2 yellow Beans. 1.841 tonsil operation Mary Kay by port daughter of or. And mrs j. Bra Mart had her to nulls removed a the it. Anthony Hospital saturday m Oinling. She was brought Home Orpheo Hospital that even Donee at Mcnobb s roof Garfen " Carroll Iowa titles a tone 0-Al Ivlo nuo and his orchestra. Sat., junk 10-Henry Kluver and his orchestra. Tues we 18-Miisic Meu strictly old time. Chicago produce Chicago up butter firm receipts 1,466.280 93 score a 41 92 score a 41 90 b 40% 8lvp. A 40 cooking 88 39 centralized Carlots 40%. A Figg receipts 17,026 firmer l s. Specials 34 to 36% u. Tras 34 to 34 u. 31% to 33 a current receipts set Tel 30% dirtiest 24 to 26 chechs.23 26. In Fri Chicago poultry Chicago in live Pov try of weak on old Stock steady of Young receipts 16 trucks 3 cars  prices Fob fowl 22%-23% legs j Horn fowl 20% -22 roasters Fry ii ers broilers 29 % -30 rooster Tiv 19ia-20% ducklings 26%-28. Estimated receipts ?1 Chicago Aufa of Fidiaj by estimated livestock to Morrow hogs 20,000 cattle 9,000 sheep 2,000. Alaska and Russia Are separate by Only 56 Miles of open sea it wednesday june 7, night Date sole starts at 8 o clock Sharp a a i i m Morit one Clio co Whiteface Hereford Bulli 13 old it. 800, straight and right 5 Whiteface heifers it 3 mixed Corn fed heifers it 850 1 recorded shorthorn Bull 8 months old a Good oh6 20 Whiteface Hereford Ste first 40p 2 Sadr Horn cows it. 1000 1 Holstein cow. It Small Calyes 1 shorthorn Bull 2 years old it. 1200. 1 1 15 spotted hogs it. 140 1 spotted boar it 300 of. A. Nwagwu my l Poland China boar Whit aw6i$ plus to. 120 4 Hampshire Brood sows it 2i3q 1q of. 12q to 150 4 White hogs it 200 1 Chester my 2 Jol Iri Deere two Row Corn plows. 15 sacks a godd1 Cobbler 41008. If you have items to sell lil i. I a

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