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16 Oct. 11, 1949 Maion City Globc-Gaxette, Mn.n City. la. Midwest Livestock Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs 150-160 )bi S11.75 160-170 Ibs J12.75 170-180 Ibs »13.15 180-200 Ibs J80-180 Ibs $15.50 190-200 Ibs $16.50 300-220 Ibs $17.25 230-240 Ibs $17.25 240-270 lb» $17.00 S70-300 Ibs '$16.75 300-330 Ibs $16,50 330-360 Ibs v $15.75 Good Packing Sows— Z70-300 Ibs. $16.50 300-330 Ibs $16.50 330-360 Ibs $15.75 360-400 Ibs $14.75 400-450 Ibs $13.75 450-500 Ibs $12.75 WO-550 Ibs $11.75 (TUESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin. Minn. Minn. Steady Steady $ 9.15 $11.15 $12.15 $11.00 $15.50 $16.25 $17.50 $17.50 $17.00 $16.50 $16.00 $15.50 ' $16.50 $16.00 $15.50 $14.75 $14.00 $13.00 $12.00 Waterloo Steady $12.75 $14.25 $16.00 $17.25 $17.25 $17.00 $16.50 $16.25 $15.50 $16.50 $16.25 $15.75 $15.25 $14.50 $13.75 $13.00 Cedar Rapids Steady $15.00 $16.00 $17.25 $17.25 $17.00 $16.50 $16.00 $15.50 $16.50 $16.25 $15.75 §15.25 514.50 $13.75 $12.75 Hog Prices Head Higher Chicago, (IP) —Live hogs headed for high ground Tuesday in a steady to 25 cents a hundred pounds higher market, but part of the advance was lost in later slow trading. Cattle .were unevenly weak to 50 cents higher and lambs were 50 to 75 cents up. (USDA)—Salable hogs 11,000; opened moderately active, strong to 25 cents higher oh butchers; later trade slow with part of advance lost; sows steady to 25 cents higher; top 18.75 for several loads choice 230-270 Ib. weights; bulk good and choice 190-300 Ib. 18.00-18.65 with relatively little under 18.25; good and choice 170-190 Ib. 17.50-18.25; good and choice sows under 400 Ib. 16.75-17.75; 425-500 Ib. 15.50-16.50; odd head heavier sows as low as 14.50. Salable cattle 6,000; salable calves 500; uneven; steers and heifers rather slow but steady to 25 cents higher, except for weak trade on average-medium to average-good steers 1,100 Ib. up; cows steady to 25 cents higher; bulls strong to 50 cents higher; vealers and stock cattle steady; top 35.75, new 1919 high, for 2 loads choice to prime 1,107 and 1,280 Ib. steers; choice steers 33.00-35.25; good to low-choice grades 27.50-32.50; medium to low-good steers 19.00-27.00; good and choice heifers 26.00-31.00; load choice 927 Ib. mixed yearlings 32.00; 3 loads medium 825 Ib. Wyoming grass heifers 22.50; good beef cows 16.50-18.00; most common and medium beet cows 14.00-16.00; canners and cutters 11.50-14.25; medium and good lausage bulls 18.00-19.50; few head 20.00; medium and good sausage bulls 18.0019.50; few vealers 23.00-27.00. Salable sheep 2,000; slaughter lambs •nd yearlings opened active; early sales 50-75 cents higher; not established on ewes; good and choice woqled slaughter Iambs 23.50-23.75; latter price paid for natives: most medium and good native woolskins 21.00-22.50; common largely 17.00-19.00; about 2 loads good and choice shorn yearling wethers • around 115 Ib. 19.75. Corn Slides; Soybeans Up Chicago, (£>) — Wheat eased toward the close of Tuesday's board of trade sessions, and corn dipped below the previous close, but soybeans and lard pushed upward. The easiness of corn was attributed to a lower cash grain market. There was some profit cashing in wheat, but the demand for beans offset realizing sales. The advance in lard was influenced by army buying, more of which is scheduled for later in the week. A better hog market was also a factor in trading. At the close wheat was | to 1£ higher than yesterday's close, December $2.12 i-12. Corn, was $ lower to i higher, December $1.18 i-i. Oats were unchanged to i higher, December 67J. Rye was i to 1 cent higher, December $1.49 i. Soybeans were £ to 14 higher, November $2.34-33J. Lard was unchanged to 8 cents a hundredweight higher, October, $11.47. Held for 2 Auto Theft Investigations Richard D. Peterson, 25, 410 2nd N. W., was being questioned Tuesday by a deputy sheriff in connection with the thefts of 2 autos in Mason City Monday night. .Both autos were recovered but damaged. A deputy 'said an auto belonging to LaVerne Kroneman, 209 Monroe N. W., was taken at. 7 p. m. from in front of Kroneman's place and later found abandoned in a ditch near Spring park north of Mason City. At about 8:30 p. m., a 1946 Ford belonging to Richard Pennington and parked in front of his grocery in Winnebago Heights, north of the city, was stolen and later recovered in front of 231 Crescent drive. No charges have been filed. Methodist Church to Honor Pastor and Wife at Reception Members of the First Methodist church will honor Doctor and Mrs. Lloyd Gustafson at a reception in the church Wednesday evening. The receiving line will start at 7:30 and a program at which the pastor and his wife will speak on their recent trip to Europe, will get under way at 8. Doctor Gustafson will show colored slides of the trip. The program is in charge of F. C. Heneman, who will preside. Music will include a string group and vocal numbers by Miss Denese Bredall. The program will be followed by a social hour in charge of Mrs. T. E. Davidson. Money to Loon 8 $20 to $300 Loans ASK MRS. SIMON 25 years friendly service. Room 321—Third Floor—First Natl. Bldg. Phone 412 Security Loan Co. SEE the United Home Bank & Trust Co. for real estate mortgage loans. LOANS, Federal Discount, 19'& North Federal. Telephone 516. Up to 20 months to repay. PHONE for your LOAN MR. NUDDLEMAN MR. LYSNE * MR. DARLAND INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA,, Help Wrd., Mole 201 WANTED—Single man for general farm work at once. James T. Barry, Belmond, Iowa. Phone 31-F2. WANTED—Man to husk corn by hand. Will pay 15c per bu. See Theodore Back or call 15-F22, Clear Lake. Service* Offered _ 27 Wanted at Once 50 CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Call at 3 North Monroe • 9 to 11 A. M. 1 to 3 P. M. or PHONE 4982-J McILVAIN CONSTRUCTION CO. WANTED — Painters. Ph. 693-J, Clear Lake. WANTED — Night temperature man for light greenhouse work. See Mr. Hinton at Kemble's Greenhouse. At Motor Service 15 SOUTH COMMERCIAL, PHONE 704 MIKE BALABAN General Overhauling of Engine. Complete Electric Repairing of Your Car. Genuine Parts Used. SEWERS CLEANED without digging up the lawn. A. R. Huey. Ph. 455, Clear Lake. WHITE CROSS Expansion Program Due to promotion and expansion in territory we need 10 top flight salesmen. Interviewing from 9 to 12 Tuesday thru Friday. 19 W. STATE TUESDAY GRAIN CLOSE Chicago, (fl>j— WHEAT— High ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS • Chicago, (if}— (USDA) — Estimated salable livestock receipts Wednesday: 10,000 hogs, 10,000 cattle, and 2,000 sheep. Local Livestock BOGS MASON CITY—For Tuesday Steady. Good light lights 160-170 $12.00 Good light lights 170-180514.00 Good light lights 180-200 $15.00 Good med. weights 200-220 $17.25 Good med. weights 220-240 $17.25 Good med. weights 240-270 $17.00 Good med. weights ..'...-... 270-300 $16.75 Good med. weights 300-330 $16.50 Good med. weights 330-360 $16.00 Good sows 270-300 $16.50 Good sows , 300-330 $16.50 Good sows 330-360 $16.00 Good sows 360-400 $15.25 Good sows 400-450 $14.50 Good sows ...; 450-500 $13.75 No hogs received after 5 p. m.—Jacob £. Decker ie Sons. CATTLE MASON -CITY—For Tuesday Dec $2.12'/ a Mar 2.13 3 ,i May , 2.08 July l.BO?i> CORN— Dec 1.18% Mar 1.21'A May 1.22% July 1.22% .67% OATS— Dec. .. Mar. .. May .. July ., RYE— Dec 1.49% May 1.53% July 1.51'/a SOYBEANS— Nov 2.35 Va Dec 2.34% Mar ;... 2.33% May 2.31 July 2.27Vi LAUD— Oct 11.50 Nov 10.72 Dec 10.67 Jan 10.65 Mar 10.70 Low 2.07V. 1.18%. 1.20V. 1.21% 1.21 Vn .67 U .62% .57 1.48 l.SZVi 1.50 '/a 2.33 ',i 2.32'/i 2.32 2.29 2.26 11.40 10.60 10.60 10.65 10.55 Close $2.121/1-12 2.13 2.08-07y s 1.91 Yx 1.18%- Y» 1.26 1.22'A-% 1.21'/a .87% .6fi .63 .57'/« 1.49'/a 1.531/2 1.50% 2.34-33% 2.33%-Vz 2.32Vi-'/4 2.29 V x 2.26 11.47 10.67 10.GO 10.6S 10.70 CASH LOANS $25»to$300 On Your Own Signature •secured loans also made. Phone, write or come in. Loans also made to people living In town? surrounding Mason City. State Finance Co. A Friendly Loan Service 201 Weir Bldg. Corner Federal and State 5 West State St. Phone 1038 Choice steers and heifers 125.00-27.00 Culls Good to choic* steers and heifers $24.00-23.00 Good steers and heifers .... $23.00-24.00 Medium steers and heifers .. $21.00-23.00 Fair steers and heifers .... 515.50-17.00 Plain steers and heifers .... S14.00-15.00 Choice cow» $15.00-16.50 Good cows $14.00-15.00 Medium cows $13.00-14.00 Fair cows $13.00-14.00 Good bulls ...$15.00-17.50 Medium bulls $15.50-16.00 Bologna bulls $16.00-19.00 Canners and cutters $10.00-13.00 CALVES . MASON CITY—For Tuesday Good to ch. veal, 160-220 Ibs. s24.00-25.00 Medium S19.00-20.00 Common '"'^soo ' GENUINE 'SPBING' LAMBS Good to choice • $21.50 EWES Good to choica light* $7.00-8.00 Medium $5.00-6.00 BOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (Tueiday'i Market) South St. P»ol, (U.R>—Livestock: Cattle, 5,000. Les than 10 per cent grain-fed steers, heifers, but even so numbers greater than recent Tuesdays. Slaughter cattle generally steady, beef cows continued to drag. Scattering good- choice slaughter steers,' yearlings 26.5031. choice steers around 32.50. Few medium shortfeds 23-25, medium grassers 19-22.50, common grass steers 16-18. Good heifers 26-28, medium grass heifers 18.5020, common 16-18. Good beef cows. 15-16, common-medium 13.50-14.50, canners-cutters 11-13*, strong weight cutters 13.50. Medium-good bulls mostly 16-17.50, cutters, common grades 13-15.50. Stockers, feeders 20 per cent of receipts, market fairly active and fully steady. Choice yearling steers eligible to 25, bulk good ' 21.50-23, medium stockers 19-20.50, common 16-18. Good-choice stock calves 2226. Dairy cows steady. Calves 3,000. Vealers mostly steady, good-choice 23-26, common-medium 1622 culls 13-15. Good-choice slaughter calves 18-20, common-medium 15-17, culls Hogs 12,000. Generally steady, both butchers, sows. Good'Choice 200-270 )b. barrows, gilts 18-mostly 18.25. Good- choice sows 400 Ibs. down 16.25-17.25. Average cost, weight for Monday: Barrows, gilts 18.10, 216 Ibs. Sows 16.39, 391 3,000. Fresh salable supply •round" 2,000 mixed chuckheads. Ewes steady. Good-choice wool slaughter lambs 23-23.50, medium-good 20.50-22.50, common to around 16. Good-choice slaughter ewes 9-9.75, common-medium 7-8.50. Feeding lambs steady, good-choice native, Dakota feeding lambs 21.50-22.50. Two loads short-term western breeding ewes •-8.50. Mason City Grain At 10 a. m. Tuesday Oats, No. 2 57c Corn, new 94c Soybeans, 10 day •• $2.13 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN' (Tuesday's Market) Chicago, (/P)—Wheat: No. 3 red 2.04'A. Corn: New; No. 2 yellow 1.30; No. 3 1.25 3 /4-28'A; No. 5, 1.16VJ; sample grade 95-1.04'/ar old: No. 1 yellow 1.30%-32J/.; No. 2, 1.30-32V4; No. 3, 1.28; No. 4, 1.23'/ a 27'/a; No. 5, 1.16-25'/«: sample grade 901.18. Oats: No. 3 heavy mixed 66'A; No. 4 heavy mixed 66; No. 1 heavy white 68'/a-70Vi; No. 1 white 67'A-68%. No. 2 white 68; No. 3 heavy white 67'/i. Barley nominal: Malting 1.20-62; feed 90-1.22. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow Illinois 2.04-25'/i; country station; No. 1 yellow 2.34%; No. 2 2.35'/ 2 ; No. 4, 2.35'/2, all track Chicago. Rails, Motors Lead Stocks New York, (/P)—Rails and motors led the stock market into new high ground for the year Tuesday in active trading. Gains were from fractions to around 2 points. The volume of business was at the rate of about 1,500,000 shares for the entire session, one of the best days in the past month. The rise got underway early in the day after initial attempts at a rally petered out. Rails led off and shifted from the minus to the plus side of the ledger, and motors soon joined in the rise. Others in the major groups followed along but at a less accelerated pace. Post of/ice Gets Notice of Flight Postponement Here The Mason City postoffice has received notice of the postponement of the first flight on the Midwest airline services until Oct. 20, Postmaster Fred A. Cahalan said Tuesday. This flight was originally scheduled for Oct. 10 but because of the inability of the lines to meet CAA requirements as to test flights over the proposed route in time for the date set, because of weather conditions and other reasons, the flight was postponed. These tests are proving tests and include familiarization with the route. The feeder route thusjo be serviced by the Midwest airlines will operate from Omaha by way of Atlantic, Des Moines, Ames and Mason City in Iowa and Albert Lea, Austin, Rochester, Owatonna and Minneapolis in Minnesota. Local Red Cross Members Attend Council Meeting Mrs. J. J. Vener, chairman of volunteer services of the local Red Cross chapter; Mrs. George Henely, entertainment and instruction chairman, and Miss Jan e t Baird, executive secretary, went to Des Moines Monday to attend a meeting of the council for the Veterans hospital at Des Moines. Plans were made for gifts and entertainment for the veterans for the Christmas holidays. The council is composed of representatives from 6 Red Cross chapters: Cerro Gordo, Folk, Waterloo, Cedar Falls, East Boone and West Story. MONEY When You Need It .$20 to $300 Apply at Household Finance for a loan on your salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Repay in convenient monthly instalments. HFC's service is prompt . . . there's no delay. Phone or come in today. Household Finance Corporation 117J N. Federal Ave. Over Green Mill Cafe PHONE 541 Quick Service LOANS Furniture Signature AUTO COURTEOUS—CONFIDENTIAL U-N-I-T-E-D Financial Service "Family Finance Counsellors" HELP WANTED Year around job. Vacation with pay. Apply after 2 P. M. Holsum Bakery 319 So. Delaware OLDSMOB1LE Sales and Service ZENOR'S Offered 27 Authorized Maytag Sales and Service' Insist on Genuine MAYTAG PARTS They cost le*» by lasting longer. Wrlnjei rolls (or all make*. Cut to fit whil* you wait WALLPAPER hanging is our business. Phone 3441-W. ASHES and rubbish nauled: basement* cleaned. Call 3125-R, HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal Ave. Ph. 162 CURTAINS laundered, 50c panel. Call 5933-W. HOUMS for Sol* 35 SOUTHEAST Is the location cf this 2 bedroom, all modern bungalow, 50x150 lot, auto, hot water, forced air heat, and dandy oak floors. Terms can be arranged. $11,500. OLESON CO. 211, 3568-W Photo-Listings 5853-W FOR SALE—5 room house close in. t room house S. E. part. A. W. Stubbs Co. ELECTROLUX SALES, service, E. S, Aley, 520 15th St. N. W. Phone 1315-W. P.OOMS papered. Inside painting done. Ph. 2869-W. Mr. Hyde. Instruction 28 WANTED—Man to work at tiling machine. Jens Paulson, 1312 N. Jeff. To a $50 3 Week SALESMAN WHO SHOULD BE EARNING MORE. If you are stalled in your progress, not making what you are capable of earning, stop in and talk over our proposition. We recognize that salesmen are about the most important cog in any organization. If a salesman is happy and prosperous he can sell. We know that too. If you are seeking a new employer who worries more about his salesmen than he does about himself or his merchandise, you'll find him here. DAMONS, Inc. APPLIANCE CENTER Ask for Mr. Makeever. WINDOW GLASS Get ready for cold weather now. See Cook's for glass replacements. WINDOW GLASS PLATE GLASS Cook Paint & Varnish 118 S. Federal Phone 1017 WANT a dependable U. S. Gov't, Job? Start high as $3,351 year. Many openings expected. Qualify now. Free 40- page book, lists jobs, salaries, sample tests. Write: Box R-20, c/o Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE—5 rm. older home, very close in. The lot is small but we don't know where you could find more for your money, $6,300. J. B. Youngblood and Son, Realtors. 207 Vt No. Fed. FOR REAL estate consult C. R. Brown, realtor. Selling homes Is our specialty. COMPLETE your high school at home in spar* time. No classes, All texts furnished. Diploma. Write American Schools. Box 205. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 29 Trade Service WILL TRADE 1947 Pontiac, R. H. it V. for Lakeshore shack at Clear Lake. Write K-ll, c/o Globe-Gazette. WILL TRADE—'35 Chev. 2-dr. Car shotgun, boat or outboard motor. 1507 N. Monroe. Ph. 3755-J after 6 p. m. JUST LISTED A S room' bungalow, large lot, near .school. $2800. Located In Plymouth, insulated, city water, dbJ. garage. Immediate possession, $500 down, $25.00 per month. OLESON CO. 211, 3568-W Photo-Listings 5853-W NEW 2 BEDROOM OR STORY AND HALF WITH FULL BSMT. Heavily insulated. BuiJt on your lot or ours. Completely euipped; ready to move In. Best construction; not prefabricated or precut. Decorated and finished to suit. Many styles to choose from. Order now at our reduced fall prices. Ready In 9O days. Call 5622-W day or evening. Stoddard Construction Co. TRANSFER LINE Office at 823 Fourth St. S. W, for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. HEIMENDINGER CALL 1070 DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. Help Wtd., Female 21 WANTED — Salesladies. Shoppe. Apply Style WANTED STENOGRAPHER Apply at once. Mier Wolf & Sons WE MAKE CUSTOM MADE SMP COVERS AND DRAPERIES Labor on Chair $ 6.00 Labor on Davenport $10.00 Materials from 98c up. Free Pickup and Delivery Within 25 Miles. Phone 860 or see Mrs, Luick in Drapery Dept. Montgomery Ward MIRRORS restlvered. Guaranteed. Mack- ets. 417 2nd St. N. W. Ph. 782. ' WE'RE NOT THE ONLY Service Shop in town but we try our level best to turn out GOOD WORK FAIRLY PRICED Stop in and see us H & H MOTORS Sales PACKARD Service 12-7th St S. E. Rooms tor Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping room for gentlemen. 24 15th St. S. "E. FOR RENT—Large room suitable for 2. Phone 5224-J. FOR RENT—Pleasant, close in rm., studio couch, auto, heat; refined girl. Write R-8, c/o Globe-Gazette. WE have cash buyers for residential real estate. Oleson Co. Ph. 211. FOR RENT—Lge. front rm. priv. home, gentleman pref. Ph. 4392-W. FOR RENT—Room. Gentleman preferred. 622 N. Federal. FOR RENT—Double sleeping room, twin beds. 515 N. Jeff. Ph. 5466-LW aft. 6:30. FOR RENT—Nice warm room, close in, gents pref. 330 1st N. E. FOR RENT—Room for elderly lady. Ph. 3482-J. CLOSE IN 5 Room House $6300.00 3 rooms down, 2 bedrooms and bath up. Full basement, dbl garage. This property is priced to sell. C. I SNYDER CO. 18 First St. S. E. , Phone 404 Apts. for Renr 33 FOR RENT—Furn. apt. suitable for teachers or business women. 4 private bedrooms, bath and living room. Write F-8, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE—Attractive 3 room modern house m the Highlands, $4600. Terms available. J. B. Youngblood and Son Realtors. ' FOR SALE—Excellent income unit. A year-around lake shore bungalow, together with an off-shore year-around bungalow. These 2 homes would command the best of rentals, as well as furnishing ideal living. Fully modern. Gas heat. Both for $13,000. Stuart Realtors. Clear Lake. FOR SALE—Partly modern 6 room house 502 S. Polk between 3:30-5 p. m. After 5 p. m. phone 2999-J. FOR RENT—3 rm. furn. apt., priv. bath, wking couple, no children. 502 4th-J^ E. IS'.i North Federal Phone S7 CLARION BOY MENDING Richard Jergenson, 13, Clarion, son of Selmer J. Jergenson, is in good condition at Park hospital with a broken left shoulder. He was wrestling with another youngster at his farm hor^e when he suffered the injury, it was reported. Death Notices 1 Ibs. Sheep, Produce 50c (QioUtUm by C. O. MMJ*> Eggs, No. 1 Eggs, No. 2 >. Eggs, pullet ...r. 25c Heavy hens 18c Leghorn hens • . 16c Springr, ".cavy breeds, 5 IDS. . Springs, heavy breeds, 4 Ibs. Springs, Leghorns . Old cocks, heavy breeds Leghorn cocks x NEW YORK PRODUCE (Tuesday's Market) New York, (;?)—Butter 624,201, steady. Wholesale prices On bulk cartons. Creamery, higher than 92 score (AA) 62'/i cents. 92 score (A) 61 3 /<-62; 90 score (B) SOf'/i; 89 score (C) 55-55'/2. Cheese 726,558, steady. Eggs 20,640, irregular. New York spot quotations follow: Midwestern: Mixed colors: Fancy heavyweights 60-61; extra 1 large 58-59; extra 1 medium 46'/ a -47; extra 2 medium 45-46; current receipts 48-50; dirties 47; checks 43'A; pullets 39','a. CHICAGO POTATOES (Tuesday's Market) Chicago, (/P)—(USDA)—Potatoes: Arrivals 63. on track 396; total U. S. shipments 605; supplies moderate; demand fair; market about steady on Russets, firm for best Reds; Colorado Red McClures $2.35-3.25; Idaho Russet Burbanks $3.85-4.00, utilities $2.90; Wisconsin bliss Triumphs $2.25-50. GROSS, Mrs. Barbara, 66, of 211 First S. W., died at a local hospitnl Saturday, following an illness. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Catholic church, with Msgr. Patrick F. Malone officiating. Burial will be at St. Mary's cemetery, Minneapolis. The Tabernacle Society will say the Rosary at 4 p. m. Tuesday and the parish Rosary will be at 8 p. m. The Colonial funeral home in charge. Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Business Opportunities 18 Super Serv, Station WITH RESTAURANT FOR LEASE Handling major oil company products. Doing good business. Junction of 2 main highways. Write K-8, care Globe-Gazette FOR SALE—Fabric Shop—good lease and location. Good volume. Must sacrifice Immediately far below actual value. Write or call Fabric Shop. 515 Francis St., St. Josen^i, Missouri. TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS CALL MASON CITY 2128 Groceries, Taverns, Taverns-pool, Bulk oil, cafes, ice cream bar, dairies, cream- cries, hotels, auto agencies, others. PHILLIPS-GRAY CO. WANTED—Woman to take care of children while mother works. In Plymouth, Iowa. Call King's Cafe, ask for Evelyn from 1 p. m. to 9. p. m. Wanted—Part Time Alteration Lady Apply at once.' Mier Wolf & Sons WANTED—Female kitchen help. Covered Wagon. WANTED—Girl to work in Donut shop. Pleasant working conditions. Downy- flake Donut Shop, 24 E. State. WANTED — Waitress. 6 days a week, good pay, day work. Crystal Lunch, 12 South Washington. FOR RENT 4 Room Apartment Very nicely furnished. Centrally located. References required. PHONE 1247 FOR RENT—2 rm. unfurn. apt., working people. 943 9th N. E. Ph. 5032-W. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes, ports and supplies. Mason City Appliance store. 211 S. Federal. Phone 1103. WANTED—Sewing and baby sitting in homes. Phone 3252-J. BABY sitting or care of elderly people. Write A-ll, c/o Globe-Gazette. ASHES, rubbish hauled. Custom sawing. Wood for sale. Ph. 5064-J. J.«c eraGrog-PCityRR WANTED—Waitress. Phone 65. WANTED — Waitress. Black and White cafe. 11'/a S. Federal "Business Exchange" Mason City FUGITT, William, 60, was found dead west of the Mason City Brick and Tile company clay pits Saturday night. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. Funeral Director' COLONIAL Funeral Home. Formerly Meyer's. "The Home of Thoughtful Service." Ambulance service. Ph. 1505. MAJOR FUNERAL Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need." Ambulance. GROCERY—$2500 in Norlli Iowa town o£ 450. Annual volume $60,000. Finest fixtures, all up to date. No blue sky. Rent $40 month. Phone 812, 2917 or write KELLY CHAPMAN & CO. ''Business Brokers" 310 N. Federal Hotel Hanford Bldg. 22c 20c 18c 12c JOc Greener Pastures Grow Berkeley, Cal., (U.R)—Irrigated pastures in California have increased from nothing to almost 600,000 acres in the past 20 years, according to the University of California. Eggs, at retail Butter, Corn Country .... 68-70c Butter, Iowa State Brand. 70-71c CHICAGO FKOOUCE W»rkeO New York has 2,554,162 people .between the ages of 5 and 24 attending school—more than any other state in the union. Notices Chtcaf*. <#> — Butter steady; receipts TM.475; price* unchanged. EKB*: T °P * lrrn - balance unsettled; re- •eipU »,M4; price* unevenly a cent a «ozen hl«her to • cent lower; U. S. ex- «r*s M; U. S. lUndardi 43-47; current iweeipt* 42; <Jirti« 40; check* M.S. (USDAt-Uv« poultry: Unwilled; re- 3T tmclu; price* unchanged except • pound lower outside on broilers It M-30 FOB. UNLESS speciol classification of od is requested, customers must accept classification of advertising department of this paper. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 651. PATTERSON-JAMES Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140. Personals WE SAY it again and again. Finn Foam is tops for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Damon's. Applications now being accepted— Kiddie-Garden Nursery School to open on or about Nov. 1. Hourly, dally, weekly basis. For detailed information TELEPHONE 1054 or 5964-J Lost, Found LOST—Pr. of pink plastic rimmed glasses near Roosevelt school. Reward. Call 5571. The Globe-Gazette is not responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. LOST—Black billfold containing valuable papers. Marie lone Oliver, 2235 19th S. W. Reward. LOST—Tuesday, lldy's Sheaffer fountain pen, dirk red with gold rim. Reward. Ph. 1178. Help Wtd., Mote 20 WANTED—Sgl. man for gen. farm work. 1 m. W., 2'h N. Ventura. R. Anderson. WANTED—Single man on farm, must be experienced. G. E. Smith, Thornton. WANTED—Young man for clerking. No exp. nee. Apply in person, Englcr Drug. WANTED—EXPERIENCED Small Loan Man for Des Moines office. Phone or write. Confidential. PEOPLES FINANCE COMPANY 710 Bankers Trust Bldg. Des Moines, Iowa NATIONALLY KNOWN MILLINERY MERCHANDISING FIRM Wants a Young Woman 22 to 35, to train to manage millinery department. Experience helpful but not necessary. We train you. Good salary. 'Excellent future for right party. Must be able to leave city. Call 1600 for appointment with field supervisor who will be in Mason City, Oct. 12, 1 day only, to interview applicants. CHRISTMAS CARDS! — 50 for $1, up WITH NAME IMPRINTED. You make fine cash profits showing FREE Samles. Up to 50c profit on 21-Card $1 Assortment, others for Christmas, Everyday. Stationery, Napkins, Notes. PLASTIC Greetings. Assortment on approval. GROGAN CO., Dept. 121, Wilmette, 111. HOME SEWING Join the Sewing Course on Clothing and Home Decorations at the Singer Sewing Center. Learn to sew the modern easy way by the instruction of our expert instructors. Make your next dress have the ready made look—and still save money by home sewing. SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY FOR RENT—Unfurn. It. hkspg. rms. at Nora Springs. Inq. at 1305 12th St. N. E., Mason City, Iowa. Houses for Sol* 35 5 Family Apartment IN SHEFFIELD This is a property for an investment-minded purchaser. It is in very good cond. and will make a good home and a profitable income. $187 per month income and a 4 room apt. for owner. C. R. BROWN, Realtor Phone 1314 or 2374 JUST LISTED A lovely 2 bedroom bungalow, gas heat, insulated, weather striped doors and windows. Located in the HIGHLANDS. Large fenced lot, new garage with over head door. Be first. - OLESON CO. 211, 35G8-W Photo-Listings 5B53-W FOR SALE—New 2 bedroom bungalow, gas heat, full corner lot, opposite Roosevelt school. Ph. 3512-W after 6:30 123 N. Fed. Mason City, Iowa Let the Wind Blow! PUT ON A NEW Locked-On SHINGLE ROOF Call us now for your ROOF REPAIRS Hayward Roofing Co., Phone 2590 FOR SALE—2 bedroom, modern home at Clear Lake. See this one at once. ?3500. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—16 ft. trailer house reasonably priced, good cond. Phone 3492-W. FUTURE! Commercial value plus immediate income can be derived from this 4 apt. home! Automatic heat, large lot. Located very close in. Investors call us on this one! $10,000 OLESON CO. 211. 3568-W Photo-Listings 5853-W Help Wtd., Mole, Female 23 HELP WANTED in ROOFERS WANTED for Asphalt Shingle Application or Built Up Work After 5 Call 5646-W CRAIG BROS. 216 Fifth S. W. Poultry and Turkey Departments MEN AND WOMEN SWIFT & CO. Call 1272 820 S. Delaware Salesmen 25 SALESMAN For Mason City, Osage, Charles City, Hampton, Garner. Forest City territory. Profitable, full time year around proposition. Top national products. Finest training and co-operation. Must have car. Iowa State Employment 19-25 Third N. E. Mason City and Charles City Let Us Repair That Wind Damage on Your Roof Iowa Insulators & Builders 300 Ninth N. E. Phone 5796 TREE roots removed from tile drains. We go anywhere. Roto-Rooter Service. Write Don Swsrtwood, Northwood, Iowa. TREE trimming and removal. Call 682. Call KELROY'S 441 FOR COMPLETE PLUMBING Stokers, Oil and Gas Heating All Types Furnaces. Water Heaters GIVE YOUR FLOORS NEW LIFE For new beauty and added years of wear Refinish Floors Now Rent an electric sander from Wards. Do the job overnight. It's easy and economical, too. Free instructions! MONTGOMERY WARD 8c CO. FOR SALE—Several income properties. See Guild Real Estate, Phone 867. WE have cash out of town buyers Cor ' or 3 bedroom homes. • Oleson Co., Ph 3568-W or 211. FOR SALE—2 bedrm. bung, close in. Comp. roof. Coal heat. Dbl. Gar. $6300 W. L. Patlon, 109 E. State St. Farms for Sale 39 CHICKASAW COUNTY FARMS FOR .SALE 320 Acres. Buildings are fair. Need som« aaint. Good, producer. REA installed. fBS.OO per acre. Have other good farms. Possession March 1st. CONTACT F. W. BJEARMAN Phone 472-W New Hampton, Iowa FARMS Cor sale by owner. Reasonably priced. Easy terms. Sam Raizes. HOUSE TRAILERS Are you dreaming of'the day when you can own your own home? DC you know that you can buy a com* pletely furnished modern trailer home for one-third the cost of the average permanen* home. If you have considered buying a trailer, buy where HONESTY is the Golden Rule. We'll treat you right! New and used trailers at all times. Furniture and cars accepted on down payment. . MILLER'S WEST HAVEN GROCERY Phone 4361 2235 Nineteenth St. S. W. on Route 106 FOR SALE—S yr.-old 2 bedrm. home, gas heat, auto, hot water, Venetian blinds, fenced in back yard, $10,000. Phone 5006-W. * FOR SALE—2 bedrm. bung, near Roosevelt school. Full lot. No basement. Space heater. Paving and sidewalk. $6600. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State St. FOR SALE NEARLY NEW TENANT HOUSE 20x24 feet, located on S. O. Roslien Estate farm. 2V4 miles west and 2 miles north of Manly, Iowa, will be offered for sale at the Court House In Northwood, Iowa, it 1:30 o'clock P. M., on Thursday, Oct. 20, 1M9. House to be moved after March 1, 1950. INQUIRE, OF O. J. WARDWELL. Atlorney, Northwood, Iowa FOR SALE—Small 5 rm. bungalow in N. X. sect. Fully mod. and priced to sell. $6,850. J. B. Youngblood and Son, Realtor*. 207'A No. Fed. FOR SALE—New and used hous« trai!«n. S. Broadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lc*. FOR SALE—By owner. Nearly new house, 4 rms. and bath, |*s heat, on pavement and in Roosevelt district. Ph. (W35-R. ' FOR SALE—By owner, 4 rm. mod. home, double carafe. 28—28lh S, W. OWN A FARM Possession March 1 ALTHO we sold the adjoining farm at.$225, here is 153 acres you can fix up yourself at $150. Light line, some tile to add, and repair buildings. Nice location, east part of County. NEAR Clear Lake we have 200 Acres with 65 A. pasture which rents well. Good set of bldgs., and spendid returns. Present low price of $125 per A. 2 OF THE better 120 A. farms in the $165 price range. Fine lay, mostly all tiled and in crop, productive. One in Grafton vicinity and one Clear Lake. Here is a 1- man size farm that can be handled with $10,000 cash by March, balance at 4%. ROLLING 160 A., half pasture, north Hancock, at $100. 80 A. near Fertile at $150, 320 A. Worth Co., with 220 A. of the finest laying cropland and 80 A. pasture with drain ditch. Good loan so that it can be bought with less cash than most 160's require. With assignment of 1950 lease. Along with many others. 160 A. Burchinal. $175 per A. Can get $100 per A. GI loan if you have the other $12,000. Stuart Realty Co. Clear Lake NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE The SW 1 /* Sec. 14-100-19, Worth County, Iowa, a good 160 acre improved farm, will be sold to highest bidder, subject to Court approval, at the Courthouse, North- -vood, Iowa, at 10 a. rn., Oct. 17, 1949. Elect. All tillable. See N. V. Huber. Referee, or O. J. Wardwcll, Attorney, Northwood, Iowa. FOR SALE BY OWNER Possession March 1st. One of the best producers in North Iowa. Good 6 Room House. Fine complete set of outbuildings. Electricity, Woven wire. WRITE B-ll, care GLOBE-GAZETTE Notice of Farm Sale THE 240 ACRE ROSLIEN ESTATE FARM in Sec. 13-98-21, Worth County, Iowa, will be sold to the highest bidder, subject to Court approval, at Courthouse in Northwood, Iowa, at 1:30 P. M. OCT. 20, 1949 Good land, complete set good building*, silo, electricity, well located near town. A real buy. Inquire O. J. Wardwell, Attorney, Northwood, Iowa. Mochinery 41 FOR SALE—M. M. single row corn picker. Picked 35A. Wm. L. Hamblln. Phone 214-R1, Mason City. FOR SALE—One single row John Deere No. 10 corn picker on rubber. Gust Schulz, Garner, R-3. For Sale—New New Idea Cornpicker Two row. Priced right. B & B IMPLEMENT CO. Clarion, Iowa P h on e 264

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