Mason City Globe Gazette in Mason-City, Iowa
17 Jan 1966

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17 Jan 1966

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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Mason City, Iowa Tkv 171 of i Chr Tow charged As result of car mishaps in City two persons Piid penalties in police court on charges filed As a result of Auto accidents reported in Mason City during the weekend eight were reported in All Elizabeth Angel 37 Stock Mart advances to High ground Newyork industrials and rails pushed the Stock Market further into record High territory late monday afternoon trading was heavy volume for the Day was Esti mated at 95 million shares compared with 918 million Fri Day Here was the picture near the close each of the big three motors was up at East a Point the major steelmakers were ahead fractionally but Crucible was Down More than a Point Boeing up 2 was a standout in the advancing aerospace de sense Section others in the group added fractions airlines made substantial gains with Kim up 5 North Western and Eastern up 2 and pan american and american ahead More than a Point each gains of around a Point each by Southern Pacific Illinois Central and Santa be helped boost the rail average Penn Sylvania Railroad Sank More than a Point Dupont loss of a Point or so braked the averages Ameri can Telephone was a fractional lower Jersey Standard Rose nearly a Point Zenith advanced about 2vi Reynolds tobacco and air reduction 1 each United shoe thanks to an Early Block of 97400 shares looked like the most Active Stock rising about a Point Texas instruments Rose 3 Kresge and Corning Glass 2 or More National airlines and Mcintyre Porcupine More than a Point prices were irregularly High on the american Stock Exchange corporate Bonds were mostly x unchanged us Treasury Bonds i declined new York stocks new York a late Stock quotations monday Allied cd 50 Lowall g 33w Allied trs 77 la 39v4 am can k c 44 Mchain 37 Fencott 133 am Ryss 20vi Kresge is arh Horne 87 leh proc am Mot 9vi 76 a smelt Lothair Martin 20v6 Maytag a sugar Edith 84 16 60 23 39 32v2 61 Mon Wrd 34vs am am Tob 39 Morrell 28 Anaconda nil Dairy 87 Armour 45 is Nat Gyp 38 Atchison 39 by cent 85 at refine 79 n Nat g 58vi beat ads 53 Par pict Bendix a 67 Penney Beth St 41 Parr air 147 Pep cola 79 07vt s Federal was fined and costs Eachon two charges led after a saturday afternoon occident at state and Connelli lit charge was for failure o yield the right of Way and the Wilher was for violating a License restriction by driving without lasses police said a car the woman was driving North was in an Accident with one driven West by Kathy Anne Teri hey 84 Ken Lucky court a front fender of each car was damaged a 515 Bond was forfeited by Lelyn Frances Kohler 41 842 Ith be for failure to give right of Way at a yield sign at 1st be and Connecticut saturday a car she was driving East was reported in a collision with one driven South by Robert Eugene o m m e r f i e 1 d Rural nor Springs damage was to the left and right rear of the Kohl i car and the front of the som Norfield car the Only person injured in a pc Emend Accident was Stephen Otto May 20 Hampton Driver of a car which hit a tree Satur Day night in front of 8 Beau Mont drive he walked Toncar by mercy Hospital where he was related for a broken tooth Cut in and bruised Elbow the car skidded when May was starting o turn left onto Beaumont from westbound 1st new it was towed rom the scene with damage to he Complete front in a sunday afternoon Acci Dent were a pickup truck that Vern Elliott Hanson was Back no from his driveway at 615 m Pennsylvania and a car driven North by Gregory Lay Bohl 309 1st be a rear fender of the Ruck and right rear of the car lad damage a car that Barbara Jean 3irks 1017 n Quincy was driving West saturday in front of 115 10th new skidded hit a pole and Hen spun around facing East the front of the car was dam aged an Auto that Gene Paul Vaj Gert 327 25th so was driving East and turning North inside the s Federal shopping Center parking lot saturday hit t h e Dpn left doors of a car parked by Howard g Harmon 639 s Taylor the two open doors vere damaged but the Vajgrt car received Only Nicks in some Chrome in 9 minor mishap sunday a car that Richard Peterson Rochester Minn had parked on 5th be near St Joseph Cath Olic Church was hit and dam aged by another Auto the other Drivers name was not listed police also were told of an Accident which had occurred thursday night in East Park in the West Entrance from Vin Ginia a southbound car driven by John Arthur Verbeckmoes 108 River Heights or collided with the rear of one driven by Virginia Ann Howard 310 s Taylor the Verbeckmoes Cai was undamaged but there was damage to the Complete rear o the other Small foreign made Auto wind patterns from left Bonnie Butterfield Ellen Pear son and Gary a yell illustrate wind patterns on a Laire map of the United states they Are studying the importance of air currents in relation ship to their effect in Case of a nuclear attack on the us How would a nuclear attack anywhere in the urfi cd states effect this area this is the problem that Homer Clark and to members of the meteorology club Gary Angell and Ellen Pearson Are working on the project involves plotting he wind patterns of the United states they Junior High Gazette study effects of nuclear attack on United states Winner Newman High school repeated As Winner of the Mohawk interpretive Reading festival held saturday at John Adams Junior High school in the Competition for individuals Paula Findley a Mason Grain Mart is weakened Chicago prices in the Grain futures Market eased slowly but steadily monday and in the Early afternoon nearly Al commodities had become weak losses ranged to Well Over three cents a Bushel in Rye and soybeans without showing any thing More than feeble signs of a rally wheat and Corn were Down a cent at the extreme Trade was slow All around estimated carlot receipts were wheat 27 Corn 325 Oats 8 Rye none Barley 54 and soy Beans 75 wheat closed i to 1 cents a Bushel lower March Lily High school senior and 3ecky Pierpont Cedar Falls High school tied for first with it schools competing in he festival Mason City High school won second in 1965 the school third other schools n the top four were new provi Dence High school third and Cedar fails High school fourth two Mason City students Dena Goplerud Mason City Tigh school and Douglas de Rock Newman High school tied for third in individual com petition other semifinalists in the festival were Tom Renic Mason City High school Susan Edel Newman Mary Ellen Porter new Maji Ruby Holsather Rice Corn i to lower March Oats unchanged to lower March cents Rye 3 to 4 lower March soybeans 1 to 3 lower january attempt to show circumstances in Case of a nuclear attack someplace in the los the project also includes information on civil de sense procedures and density of radioactive particles the primary Job of these students will be to study wind directions and speeds there Are 25 to 50 prime tar get cities in the United states these cities could possibly be bombed with bombs at least one to four of these target cities could affect this part of the country two instructors added to staff Robert Echelbarger is the new Industrial arts teacher at Roose velt Junior High or Echel Bargor was born and reared at Linton he was graduated from state College of Iowa Cedar Falls with a master of arts in education his 11 years of teaching have been spent in North Dakota and More recently in Charles cily he has been working with the physically and mentally Handi capped child prior to coming to Roos Evelt or Echelbarger with his family of six lives in Charles City and comi Nules to Mason City he enjoys fishing Hunting and playing Golf another new faculty Mcm Bei is Rogart Katz in the Socia studies department or Katz is from Mason City he was Grad lated from Loras College in 195g Vilh a major in social studies be taught for eight years at Xavier High school in dyers Ville he first began caching in Mason City in 1964 when he was the latin teacher in All free Junior highs in january of 1965 he was appointed Deputy Secretary of agriculture for the state of Iowa he resigned from his position in december of 19g5 vary studies in Home economics making pleated skirts without he use of a commercial pattern Las been the project of the 7th Grade sewing classes the skirts arc made of Cotton or Cotton Alend the 8th graders have completed their blouses or Wes the students have Learned the use of a commercial pattern baby care is the special subject of the 9th graders the Stu dents Are learning to recognize he development of a baby in terms of body development so Cial development language development and hand develop ment charts to identify characteristics of four seven and twelve month old babies Are be ing used the 7th Grade food classes Are studying foreign cookery this study is to develop an appreciation of foods eaten by people around the world the students will prepare some foreign dishes and report on food customs of these countries define units of mathematics Stella kickoffs 8th Grade mathematics classes Are Defin ing rational numbers and operations on the set of rational num markets at a glance pm will pet 57 proct g 68 Quak oat 72 Borden 39 Brunswick 10 Case i 29 Chrysler 59v4 Collinsa 48 con Edis 42 Cor prod 52 safety Curtis or 24 sear Rob Deere 57 Sherton Dupont 239 Sincler Oil East Kod 123 Socony Eltra up 46 Sou Pac Fairmont 23 std bids Ford Mot 55 Gamble so 34 Gen elec 116 soil no a ends 80 Sunray Gen Mot 104 Swift co Gen pm 14 Texaco 44 text Ron Goodrich 59 try Goodyear 47 in elec it wests 42 in Pac g hound 22 33 radio up 52 Rey Tob 45 Rock std 37 30 a 61 i 12 63 s Oil Cal s Oil ind 72 82 45 83 56 44 49 uni air l 106v4 495 Hershey Home St icing ism int Harv 48v4 int resist 32 int Salt 79 int interest pm 27v4 la 30 unit air 47x us Gyp 68 us rub us steel Vand up we Tel 85v4 65vs 75 St Paul livestock mondays Market South St Paul Minn Apuada cattle 6000 calves 1200 steers and heifers Active steers 2550 higher most Choice 9501200 ibs 255c2650 heifers mostly 50 higher most Hoice 8501000 ibs 25252625 hogs 4500 butchers fairly a Ive steady to mostly 25 higher us 13 190235 ibs 28002875 own fully steady us 13 270 00 ibs 24502550 sheep 3000 moderately a Ive steady Choice and prime 90110 in wooled lambs 2700 2800 new York produce mondays Market new York Apuada eggs adequate to Short on arge adequate on mediums demand improved monday standards 3839vi checks 32 33 50 West Al g3 Wilson 53 Worth 31 additional Stock quotation provided at by Lama on Bros Wjk co 474 flirt bin la Alli Schal 36 Amair a Cyan 91 a Aramco 70 Lorillard 46 Maraoui 69 Nat is Nat Lead 74vi Cate trac Nat steel Cert exp 23v6 Nama 58 cd rocks 33 Pacific 58 Chimile 53 not ppm 35vs cities ser Olin math 61 co credit 33 Parke Dav 35a Comedi 66 dougairc81 Pfizer Phelps 77xi re steel 43 do chem 76v4 Roy pet 45 elpasgas21vi Firestone 43 Genyn 58 Gillette 4ivfc gufoil56 in Nickos the paper 32 Inland St 44 Shell Oil 64vj southco66 stoilcal82 ten Gas 23 Texe Tran Tex gulfs 89 uncarb68 Union Oil 53 Johnmann 53v4 Kroger 35 Zenith 128 Whites extra fancy heavy weight 47 ibs min 4244 fancy medium 41 ibs average 37 fancy heavy weight 47 ibs min medium 40 ibs average Smalls 36 ibs average 3234 butter offerings adequate de Mand fair to Good wholesale prices on bulk car tons Creamery 93 score a 60 60vi cents 92 score a cheese offerings Light de Mand fair wholesale sales America cheese whole single daisies fresh cents single daisies aged 5255 Flats aged 5357 process american pasteurized 5 ibs 46vi Domestic Swiss blocks Grade a 5558 Grade b 53 56 Grade c 5255 Chicago potatoes Chicago potatoes arrivals 175 on track 204 total us shipments Friday 543 saturday 310 sunday 8 supplies moderate demand Good Market about steady car lot track sales Idaho russet 410425 Idaho Bakers 535 red River Valley round reds 290310 hog Mart is steady Chicago a Butcher logs sold steady to 25 cents a cmdr Dweight lower monday in moderately Active trading for of rings of 6000 head off 500 rom a week ago with most of the decline on Heights Over 230 ibs the 190225 b mixed no 1 and 2 grades cleared at mixed 13 grades up to 240 ibs moved at s28252975 and mixed 23 up to 102 ibs at sows Opp cd at the Market for Slaughter steers was mostly steady but some offerings Over 1150 ibs were 25 cents lower strictly rime Grade went at and mixed High Choice and prime at fridays top was wooled Slaughter lambs sold at prices were steady he Light lights n1 Light lights ionic licht Lle hts hogs Mason City for monday ifid1 til x 1101811 s47s go nil medium weights 3uo32u 2vj5 roil medium weights 2202ho 2725 Lood medium weights 2735 find medium Welsh is mo250 Jooris medium weights medium weights Ood medium weights Ood medium Ood medium weights Ond sows Good sows 2875 so 50 j702xii 2u2 cars the students arc checking o see if the properties of the operations Are the same As those with the set of integers Jim Flohrs 7th Grade classes Lave been studying approx Ima Ion accuracy and precision mils of measurement some of he classes arc determining perimeter and area of polygons and circles Raymond Andersons algebra 11 class is beginning a chapter on rational numbers they will be working with negative num and All types of fractions the general mathematics class is working with sales tax prop erty tax and income tax study National state governments the 9th Grade social studies classes with Roger Katz As the teacher Are studying the complexities of the stale govern ment forty copies of the Iowa official Register have been received and Are being used in classroom work a newspaper file has been started containing clippings on stale and National problems Aubrey Lawoys 8lh Grade classes have begun the study of the Constitution of the United states student librarians elect co chairmen the student librarians have elected Teresa Vrchota and Dwayne Ewy As co chairmen of their Library assistants group the 9th Grade students Are us ing the Library to explore differ ent vocations with the assistance of miss Elsie Oetken librarian the 7th and 8th Grade music students have been working on on classical and modern composers report on Stock Market activity the 9th Grade general Busi Ness students Are studying stocks and Bonds they have Cen working on reports and Dong research on the Stock mar Kcal study various exercise joints Al Bartschy classes Are study ing various kinds of exercise joints in the woo shop joints being studied include the Dove Tail Cross Lap and the Morse and Tennon joints individual projects will be started noon Roberl Chicago a mondays youth not Hurt As car hits train a Rural Rockwell youth Mel Vin Lyle Harris 18 escaped in jury but the car he was driving was demolished when it struck a Chicago and North Western railway freight train sunday evening the Accident was investigated y an Iowa Highway patrolman the patrolman said that har Ris was going East on 35th be the Swift Plant when 1 Market High Low Prev close close wheat mar 168 167 w 167 168 May 169 168 168 Clova jul 161vit 163 sep 164 162 162 164vj dec 169 167 167 Corn mar 130 129vi 129 May 131 132v8 132 131 131 132v2 128 128 128 129 Vul jul sep dec 124 123 123 124 Oats mar 72 May 72 71 71 jul 70 69 sep dec Rye Mai May jul sep dec 72 71 71 73 v4 72 70 70 71 Leo 135 136 140 142 138 142 143 138v2 138 143v4 141 143 144 141v4 142 245 soybeans Jan 285 282 282 286 mar 286 283 284 287 May 287 284 285a 288 jul 287 284 285 288 aug 280 283a sep nov 273 271 271 273v4 265 264xi 264v4 265vi Chicago produce mondays Marker Chicago a butter steady wholesale buying prices unchanged 93 score a 92 a 90 b58 89 c 56v cars 90 b 89 c 57v eggs fully steady wholesale buying prices unchanged to Viz higher wholesale buying prices unchanged to higher Ville Margaret Huber ulate Conception Charles City Pam Truesdale Cedar Falls Marsha Hadley new provi Dence and Barbara Knox is the 2m readers were judged by 36 persons from High schools and towns competing four rounds of Reading com petition included serious and humorous prose and serious and humorous poetry contestants were allowed four minutes each a maximum of five Points was awarded to a Reader in each round participants with totals of 19 or 20 advanced to a quarterfinal r o u n d students who were not eliminated in quarterfinal round read in the semifinals suit filed As result of dog attack Betty j Butler 622 n Mon of has filed a suit in Cerro Jordo county District court King for damages for injuries she says were suffered y her son Michael 9 As the result of an attack by a dog Leonard and Irma Esquivel 19 4th so Are named As de pendants mrs Butler claims Bat they Are owners of a dog Paula Findley Winner Lis car hit Tho second diesel of he 27car northbound train Harris was charged with fail ure to have control of his vehicle and is scheduled to appear in a Justice of the peace court the officer said that Harris car skidded 183 feet be fore hitting the train the Force of the collision knocked the car 40 feet from the Point of Impact the patrol Man said the Road was 20 per cent Snow and ice covered at the approach to the Railroad crossing hold 2 boys on Beer Possession two Osage boys charged with Possession of Beer As minors monday morning were released to Cerro Gordo county juvenile authorities by police court judge Harold r Winston the boys one 16 and the other 17 were arrested about pm Friday in East Park near the skating rink the arresting officer said one open can of Beer was on the roof of a car belong ing to one of the youths inside the car nine full cans of Beer were found police said Mason City Grain 21 7t 24in 242 my Slid 2375 a Rikhi 2s As flood sows Good sows Good Good sows 2 no Homics received after 1 pm Jamb k Decker i sons local cattle the Mason Chi cattle Market steady monday following Are Mon crier monday noon 63 Corn Oats soybeans 261 Chicago Cash Grain mondays Market Chicago no 2 hard 167n no 2 soft red 170n Corn no 2 yellow 133v no 4 yellow 124v2 Oats no 2 head White 77vi78n soybeans no yellow 286n no 2 yellow 287 grail steers Irice 2v5028im Choice Gand Irlar Choice Good heifers 22502150 cows Utility canners and cutters 21252250 is 50 Chicago hogs 6000 butchers steady Tol 25 lower j2 190225 in butchers 2s503000 mixed 13 190230 ibs i 29002975 23 230240 ibs 2800 2875 13 350400 in sows 2450 2550 cattle 14000 calves 15 Slaughter steers steady to 25 lower dozen loads prime 1150 1400 in Slaughter steers 2825 High Choice and prime 11001 425 ibs 27502800 Choice 900 1425 ibs 26502750 High Choice and prime 8501075 in Slaughter heifers 26752700 Choice 800 1050 ibs 25502675 sheep 1000 Slaughter lambs and wooled Slaughter ewes fully steady Choice and prime 85105 in wooled Slaughter lambs 2825 2875 Good and Choice 2650 2800 several lots Choice and prime 95105 in shorn Slaughter lambs with mostly no 1 pelts 27002725 appropriations Congress approved appropriations of about billion in 1965 for 140 Rivers and harbours projects in 41 states Albert Iea Riant delivered prices based on Orrade and condition trend leu Ray on butchers and steady sows butchers of Jill ibs no pack nor sows ibs in t Sijoon Austin prices based in Trade Anil condition trend 2i cents lower on butchers and cents lower on sows Iti Ilchert inn ill is no 1 and j packing sows Javk Toni is no i Anil Echelbarger shop classes Are working in the Metal shop learn genetics of plants and animals Lowell Cook with the help of Nis student teacher Vince of Loway is teaching his students about genetics and How plants and animals become what they Are this study also includes the development of farm animals and the development of Corn by the indians their next unit will be on growth and development with the study of behaviour reflexes habits and manners drugs smoking drinking and other habits Loren grouts 7lh Grade Sci ence class is learning the physical and chemical properties o about 38 different rocks Anc minerals his 9th Grade classes Are investigating the Many com Mon household chemicals dec chucks 9th Grade biology clash is working on the systems of the body overt counter from t c Henderson 1 co s firral fio Dnn Taylor Mirr monday Blue ribbon beef Clinton engine bid ask 7 26 dial finance Excel invest 2 Fisher gov 37 Gen life la s greater Iowa guardsman ins 3 Hubinger co 24 Iowa beef pack Iowa bus inv 1 Iowa South util 31 Circle key life 3w life investors n w states 30 the mogas 12a 9 Ivy 25 64 2 4xi 14 33 full steam ahead value of nations output up then up again 700 National of Good seas adj annual hath by us diff of Cammero the area chapter of the a Lonal association for the advancement of coloured people a act will meet at mount Ion Baptist Church 621 s at pm tuesday color finishing lock photos Complete line dutch boy paint Johnson paint store Icar Edgar s Gage president o he Mason City Board of Edu cation will speak on the pro Osco expansion of Mason City Junior College at the Cetin of the senior mens division o he chamber of Commerce the meeting will be at 3 pm tucs Day in the hotel Hanford piano tuning repairing registered member of piano technicians Guild Kenneth h Carson 1621 so Delaware adv Gigantic rummage Ding rugs dishes fancy work 12in Extension speaker Anc hand Rnic new beatle boots Antiques galore old Wall Tele phone Salt dips mandolin Vine Gar cruets furniture Large a Shade lamp 1903 portable or Gan 2 matched carved chairs curved Glass China cupboard now through thursday 620 n a floor covering clinic will be held at pm and 7 pm tuesday in the hotel Hanson under the sponsorship of the Cerro Gordo county Extension service who need fun or part time Job Day or nigh Good weekly income Call 423 u s t sell Manga and rummage Back door 522 n Philip Lundblad 217 s Ken Tucky has been selected by faculty student committee t participate in summer War abroad project Swap from macalester College St Pau the students will work on pro acts and travel in Europe family photos lock photo Mutual funds from ii Sun Troi 4h first Bank bldg de Riam Adire Micro monday bid Asl fund 941 101 Road St invest 1655 bal fund 1290 Stock fund 1g90 ate ins incs 916 Dass invest or 1104 mass invest to 1782 National invest 2063 Putnam growth Wellington fund 1490 162 178 140 183 100 120 194 22 which attacked her son on the Equivel property aug 16 1965 the petition alleges that the Outh suffered severe Lacera ions of the right Cheek neck my Ami and left Chin that he subsequently suffered infection o the injuries and suffered from lives As the result of rabies Erum injections judgments Are awarded to two in District court default judgments have been entered in Cerro Gordo county strict court against Frank f Zoubek and Max e and May m Wilkinson the two judg ments were granted by judge John f Stone the judgment against the Wilkinsons was the result of a petition filed by the Community state Bank of Rockwell for pay ment of a promissory note the judgment was for Public finance corp Mason City was awarded the judgment against Doubek to reclaim unpaid items of merchandise the items included a stereo a table and five chairs a two piece sectional and a chair and Otto Man shoplifting charge Patricia Ann Thomas 32 317 or Georgia monday was found guilty and fined and costs n police court on a charge of shoplifting r c Boe manager of Wool Worth 21 n Federal testified mrs Thomas took a set of Pillow cases and four sheets valued at mrs Thomas testified she was in a hurry and forgot to pay for the sheets along with other things purchased beef futures mondays Market Chicago a live beef cattle futures trading on the Chicago mercantile Exchange monday Prev sales x close close april 84 278790 2800 feb 76 271210 1712 june 294 288085 28952900 aug 228 2907 291505 oct 53 2895 291007 dec 104 291520 291512 of 25 g Billings honoured by credit Union Glenn Billings a charter and retiring Board member of the trades and labor credit Union receive an award saturday night for his 10 years of serv ice to the organization the award was presented by Les Davis Des Moines Field services director of the Iowa credit Union league the occasion was the 10th annual meeting of the credit Union held in the hotel Hanford the 245 members and guests present also heard reports from officers and committee chair Man on 1965 activities presi Dent Edgar Reed said that a highlight of the year was an in Tensive today management Survey conducted by the Iowa league which will be the basis for future improvements treasurer Peter p Allos re ported that assets by years end reached w i t h a membership of 536 a per cent dividend paid semiannually was possible Grant b Hunt credit committee chairman re ported that 276 Loans were made for a total of More being loaned monthly now than in the first full year of the credit unions operation Richard j Rasmussen audit ing chairman and Don Leake delinquencies chairman re ported satisfactory activities in their Fields Roger Morse Armando Paloma a n d Charles Burl were reelected and Clarence ram sey newly elected to the Board for three year terms in the organization meeting of the Board Reed was reelected president Hunt vice president Roger Logue Secretary and Allos treasurer guests were or and mrs Harry Moxley or and mrs Don Asbe or and mrs Robert Asbe and or and mrs Carroll Schmidt All of International minerals chemical corp Davis spoke in the general session on member responsibility or Walter Kalves Maki first presbyterian Church pastor gave the invocation Mac and his buckaroo Bud Dies played for dancing after the meeting estate sues the estate of Bendolph m Nelson has filed a suit in Cerro Gordo county District court against Robert Dean Johannsen the petition asks payment of for a promissory note dated May 18 1964 estimated livestock receipts mondays Market Chicago Apuada official estimated livestock receipts for tuesday Are 2500 cattle 5000 hogs and 500 sheep Mason cites news of record births at mercy Hospital boy sunday to or and mrs Richard Bishop Clear Lake at Park Hospital boy sunday to or and mrs Rodney Carlson North Loci girl monday to or and mrs Meredith Helm 645 12th be divorces granted Ethel Jean m c d a n i c i s is granted a divorce from Harry l Mcdaniels or on grounds of cruelty she is awarded custody of one minor child he is to pay a month child support deaths Johnson William Homer 91 Rockwell retired grocer Culbertson Richard a 60 73 Lakeview drive retired assistant manager of Swift co Plant in Mason City Purbaugh Jack l 40 217 s Delaware employee of the j d Hugins transportation co new vehicle sales International milling co inc 2303 s Jefferson Chevrolet Buehl c Carman 215 s Ohio Chevrolet Ann Agnes dough erty Dougherty Chevrolet Stanley Laurence Fremgord 30 5th be Dodge William Wayne Heiny Plymouth Pontiac Ken Neth Norman or Wilma j Mil lard 209 19th be Ford police court drunk driving Richard Arlyn Field 22 Rural Kensett charge dismissed at request of county attorney reckless driving Richard Lyn Field 22 Rural Kensett entered plea of innocent hear no set for tuesday Robert Lames Fistler 23 Manly hear no on Jan 1 charge continued 0 Friday Bond posted failure to control a vehicle Virgil Dean Winters 37 Wilson found guilty following hearing fined and costs shoplifting Patricia Ann Thomas 32 317 n Georgia found guilty following hearing ined and costs failure to yield right Otway at a yield intersection Josephine Elizabeth Angel 37 307xi s Federal fined and costs Helen Francis Kohler 41 842 5th be forfeited Bond violation of License restriction requiring glasses while driving Elizabeth Angel 37 s Federal fined and costs failure to answer summons for parking tickets Denis Michael Jakoubek 29 720 n fed eral fined and costs and paid for 41 tickets issued since july 10 traffic signal violation la Vern Edward Millard 18 Ken sett forfeited Bond leaving the scene of a prop Ert damage Accident Stan Ley Leroy Hayes 45 151 7th so fined and costs and paid for damage to school Stop signal speeding Jerry Allen Dirks 19 Thornton 75 Miles an hour in 55mile forfeited Bond intoxication Mary Helen Arnold 18 2015 s Jefferson and Denis Michael Jakoubek 29 720 n Federal each entered plea of guilty each fined and costs Chicago mercantile Exchange quotation ticker we Are Happy to announce that we have recently installed a mercantile Exchange ticker providing direct quotations to our office on eggs live beef cattle pork bellies and turkeys commodity traders Are invited to Call or Stop in for quotes t c Henderson co inc members new Turk Stock axe Hanere Iii so Lei Leral Mamm City dial

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