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22 Oct. 10, 1949 Ma»«n City GI«b«-G»i«Ue, Mason City, la. HERE and THERE Popejoy —Lulu Graff, registered nurse of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting hex- mother, Mrs. Rosa Graff, and other relatives. Spillviile — Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murray and daughter of La Jolla, Cal., were guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Novak. Garner—Miss Iva Christie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Christie of Garner, has been pledged to Phi Mu sorority at Drake university, Thornton — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grosbeck are the parents of a son. St. Aiiscar—Mrs. Christina Haas is spending a couple of weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Fleisher, and family, at Wells, Minn. Greene — Miss Mable Bush, Wright county director of social welfare is spending her 2 weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. Clara Bush. Garner—H; L. Bush, Jr., project superintendent of the Hancock county REA, and M. C. James of Goodell, vice president of the co-op, attended the annual conference of the National Rural Electric Co-operatives at Madison, Wis. Wesley —Mr. and Mrs. Carl Starquist were called to Dayton, Texas, recently by the death" of the latter's brother, Charles Seaburg. Northwood—Mrs. L. Leigel of Emporia, Kans., who has been vis- of social welfare, were visitors the past week at the local welfare office. Cresco—L. V. Strayer has sold his modern home on Eighth avenue east to Frank C. Wright. Mr. Strayer has gone to Highland Park, 111., for a visit in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Kel'tow. Mr. Strayer plans to spend the winter in Florida. The Wright family has moved to its new home. Crystal Lake—Mrs. Julius Ingebritson and son Phillip went to Minneapolis to visit their daughter and sister Jean who is in college. Belmond—Postmaster and Mrs. J. C. Brady are the parents of a son by Caesarean section at the Steele Memorial hospital. Wesley—Mrs. Theron Hansen and Mrs. Guy Carlson were visitors of the latter's sister, Mrs. John Van Hove, in a Mason City hospital recently. Cresco-—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morss who visited her mother, Mrs. Delia Olson, have gone to Corpus Christi, Texas. They are moving there from San Jose, Cal. Their daughter Sharon attends a private school in San Jose and will join her parents later. Wesley — Misses Hnzei Bemis and Ann Kahler of Estherville visited recently at the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs home. Thompson—Mrs. Hazel Wessels submitted to surgery at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Her condition is satisfactory and she is expected home this week. Sheffield—Carl Foster, a naval reserve officer, is at the Great Lakes naval training station where he will serve for 2 weeks. LeRoy, Minn. — Art Anderson Money to Loon 8 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 Wanted at Once 50 CONSTKUCTION WORKERS Call at 3 North Monroe 9 to 11 A. M. 1 to 3 P. M. or PHONE 4982-J MelLVAIN CONSTRUCTION CO. Solesmen 25 F. H. A. LOANS for house repairs at the United Home Bank & Trust Co. WANTED Creamery Field Man FOR WORTH COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCTS IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Contact Clarence Slottum, Joice, Iowa, or Duane Tracy, Noithwood, la., by Oct. 13 MAN with car wanted for route work. SI5 to $20 in a day. No experience or capital required. Steady. Write today. Mr. Sharp. 120 East Clark Street, Freeport, Illinois. A Sales Position FOR A MAN WHO CAN PUT FORTH SOME REAL EFFORT EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Already developed territory open Mason City and vicinity with guaranteed income. Knowledge of specialty selling helpful. Tliis is a real opportunity for a man who is not a job hunter, over 25, preferably married, with clean character, good personality and common sense. Must have CALL MR. GEL1SH Hotel Hanfoi-d after 9 a. m. Tuesday ApH. for *•*• 33 FOR RENT—2 rm. unturn. apt., working people. 943 Oth N. E. Ph. 5U32-W. FOR RENT—Uiifurn. It. hkspg. rmo. at Nora Springs. Inq. at 1305 J2th SI. N. E., Mason City. Iowa. Houses for Rent 34 WANTED—Meat clerk or meat cutter at Buehlcr Bros. Market. iting relatives in Minneapolis and Northwood, left for her home after visiting- her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Struck. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus of Des Moines have leased the furnished home of Mrs. Blanche Wagon, who will join her husband in Keosauqua for the winter. Northwood—Mrs. Anna Games, chief operator at the local telephone exchange, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ashman and son Jim attended a telephone pioneer picnic at West Union recently. Wesley — Charles Eisenbacker, ol Tacoma, Wash., arrived by plane from New Orleans recently enroute to his home frotri a convention of fire chiefs. Dougherty—Mr. and Mrs. John Mullen, Robert Ormsby and Mrs. Frank Scholl of Rockwell left Friday to attend the funeral of Dr. James Fleming in Chicago. Crystal Lake — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Worster and son Charles of Keokuk visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mc•Farland. LeRoy, Minn.—Mrs. S. M. Ladd, Red Wing, is a guest in the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. H, Martz. Wesley—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Carlson at St. Ann's hospital, Algona. Cresco — Airman Burnell Haven, USN., concluded a month's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Haven, and left for Alameda, Cal., to report for his new assignment. Wesley—Erma Brand of Seattle, Wash., came Oct. 7 to spend a 2 weeks' vacation with her sister, Mrs. Dick Grefhorst, and other relatives. Carpenter—Mr. and Mrs. John Konrad, Highmore, S. Dak., have been visiting their son, Raymond, and family. . Sheffield —The Rev. C. E. G. Voss and daughter, Mrs. Marie Koester, are in Beatrice, Nebr., visiting their daughter and sister, Aleen Voss. Dougherty—Miss Jean Wirth of Salt Lake City visited friends here. Thompson — Mrs. Allan Craig returned to her home at San Antonio, Texas, following a month's visit at the parental Rev. J. J. Skarpness home. Garner — Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nonnweiler of Minneapolis visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nonnweiler. here. LeRoy, Minn.—Mrs. L. Kwell of Chatfield spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. J. P. Jensen, who fell and fractured a rib. Belmond — Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson of Leland, 111., visited in the home of the latter's cousin, Mrs. George Brady. Lone Rock — Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, is still in the isolation ward at Blank Memorial hospital, Des Moines, after contracting polio; Ruth is a junior high school stu- e Crystal Lake—Leman Lloyd left for Ocean Springs, Miss., to visit his brother, Edward Lloyd, and family for a few days. His wife, who'has been visiting there the past few weeks, will return home with him. LeRoy, Minn.— Mrs. Augusta Christopherson has returned to her home at Indo, Cal., after visiting his nieces and nephews. Manly—Mrs. Ida Hellnnd went to Vinton to visit her daughter, Miss Norma Jean, who is a teacher in the Vinton schools. Cresco —Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger sold their modern home on Fourth avenue east to Bernard McMullen. The McMullen family will move there Nov. 1. Wesley—Mrs. Paul Erdman submitted to surgery Oct. 7 at University hospital, Iowa City. Otranto-Mrs. R. J. Campbell B nd Mrs. Dale Bork entertained at S luncheon at the home of Mrs. Campbell in honor of Mis. T. P. Lcnz The Lenzes moved to the new home they purchased m St. has re-entered the Veterans hospital at Ft. Snelling for medical care. Thompson—Mrs. Mike Halvorson was dismissed from Mercy hospital at Mason City and is at the home oC her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Stokke at Seneca. Garner — Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moe attended a sales meeting of the Cargill Hybrid Seed Corn company at Grinnell recently. Mr. Moe is sales manager lor the firm in Hancock county. Stilson — Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richardson accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Boston of Goodell to Everly and visited relatives of Mr. Richardson. The Bostons moved to Gladbrook where Mr. Boston becomes pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren church. Bode — Mr. and Mrs. James Skow were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Askland, in Garner. Crystal Lake—Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Janssen are visiting the latter's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diebler, and family at Waterloo. Notices MONEY When You Need It $20 to $300 Applv 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 117* N. Federal Ave. Over Green Mill Cafe PHONE 541 ANOTHER FARM LOAN BORROWER MADE HAPPY He phoned us on Saturday We immediately contacted our loan outlet Farm was examined and security approved on Monday Vou can't beat this service Hugh H. Shepard Room 20r, Brick and Tile Bldg. Ph. 28* Quick Service LOANS Furniture Signature AUTO COURTEOUS—CONFIDENTIAL U-N-I-T-E-D Financial Service RESPONSIBLE MAN with car wanted by old reliable company to call on fanners in Ccrro Gordo county. A real moneymaking opportxinllj— youv own boss— dictate your own hours—permanent. No experience or capital required. Write McCONNON & COMPANY. Dept. BP 12, Wlnona, Minnesota. ~~~ Painters. • Ph. B9a-J, Clear Services Offered 27 FOR KENT—Small house. W. L. Shaw. Ph. 5938-J. FOR RENT—Small furnished house. Ph. 4591-J. Houses tor Sole 35 WANTED Lake. WANTED —Night temperature man for light greenhouse work. See Mr. Hinton at Kemble's Greenhouse. Eddy's Tree Service is again offering its service in your fall cleanup and emergencies. We maintain 24 hour service. Call 507 ROCK FALLS OR 3299-W, CITY OPPORTUNITY is here. A 2 bedroom home for $1900 down and $45.00 per month. Includes taxes, insurance, Interest and principal Full basement, gas heat. Expansion attic 4','c interest. OLESON CO. 211, a5G8-W Photo Listings 5853-W Form* for Sola 39 FARMS (or sale by owner, priced. Easy terms. Sam Reasonably Raizes. 140 ACRES near Northwood. Buildings fair new 1,000 bushel crib. Possession March 1st, 1950. Price $115 Per Acre. GUILD REAL ESTATE 34 Second N. E. Ph. 867 or 1589 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. 5G.300. J. B. Youngblood and Son, Realtors. 207',!: No. Fed. FOR REAL estate consult C. R. Brown, realtor Selling homes i^our specialty SEWERS CLEANED without dingin?, up Ihe lawn. A. H. iluey. Ph. 45"), Clcor 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 OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENOR'S NEW 2 BEDROOM OR STORY AND HALF WITH FULL BSMT. Heavily insulated. Built 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 90 days. Call 5622-W day or evening. Stoddard Construction Co. WALLPAPER hanging Phone 3441-W. is our business. HELP WANTED Year around job. Vacation with Apply after 2 P. M. pay. Holsum Bakery 319 So. Delaware ASHES and rubbish nnuled: basements cleaned. Call 3125-R. WINDOW GLASS et ready for cold weather now. See Coo'-'s tor glass replacements. WINDOW GLASS PLATE GLASS Cook Paint & Varnish 118 S. Federal Phone 1017 UNLESS special classification 'Of ad is requested, customers must accept classification of advertising department of this paper. Finance Counsellors" Phone 57 The Globe-Gazette is not responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. "Family ISVa North Federal . Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Death Notices 1 NEED CASH? AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS SIGNATURE LOANS To a $50 a Week SALESMAN WHO SHOULD BE EARNING MORE. 1C 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. Help Wtd., Female 21 FOR SALE—IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!! 24x30 Bungalows §2833 erected on foundation or BASEMENT HOME. Other sizes —styles. Your plans or ours. FREE delivery 100 mi. Standard construction. Not prefab. Best DRY lumber. These are NOT complete houses. For additional information visit Fanning Supply. Waterville, Minn. Open 8-5. (No Sundays). Livestock fot Sob 42 OR SALE—Purebred Hereford boari. good size i.nd quality. Vac. Plenty of hoice. Andrew Pals, Meservey, Iowa. OR SALE—Farmers' high bred yearling stock hog. Leslie Neve, 2',i Mi. S., 1 V.. «/» S. o£ Thornton. FOR SALii—Hampshire (all yearling and spring boars, Large selection. Eligible o register and vaccinated. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, la Price Reduced to $6300 for this "5 room modern house, close in. SEE GUILD REAL ESTATE 34 Second N. E. Phone 867 or 1589 DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding Ph. 1672. MIRRORS resllvered. Guaranteed. Mack- ets, 417 2nd St. N W Ph. 782. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes, parts and supplies Mason City Appliance store. 21 1 S. Federal Phone 1 103. CURTAINS 5933-W. laundered, 50c panel. Call EXP. BKKPR.. cashier. Would like part time work. Ph. 4820. Borrow GROSS. Mrs. Barbara. 66, of 211 First S. W died at a local hospital 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. Burml 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. _ FUGITT, William, GO, 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. BOHL Russell Dennis, 9 months old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Bohl, 923 Polk N. W.. died at a local hospital at 8:50 p. m. Sunday, following a short Illness. Prayer services will be held at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Sou funeral home in charge. "Money in Minutes' 7 at Federal Discount Corporation 19i N. Federal Ave. Phone 516 Business Opportunities 18 WANTED Shoppe. — Salesladies. Apply Style 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. EARN MONEY addressing envelopes at home. Our Instructions tell how. Send for free details. Post-All, 930 F Street, Washington, D. C. Funeral Director Station Super Serv. WITH RESTAURANT FOR LEASE Handling major oil company products. Doing good business. Junction of 2 main highways. Write K-8, care Globe-Gazette MAKE EASY MONEY—Sparo time. Finest line name imprinted Christmas cards 50 for $1 and others. 45 bargain assortments—plastic cards, stationery, gifts—up to 100°i profit. Write for 21 card leader on approval. Freo offer and free portfolios. Dept. 69, Silver Swan Studios. 320 Fifth Ave., N. Y WANTED—Girl or woman for general housework. 3 children. Call 2953. WANTED—Housekeeper in motherless home. Write A-8, c/o Globe-Gazette. WANTED^—Waitress; good pay. 0 hr. day, 6 day week. Apply in person. Cigar Store. 1343 N. Federal. Union COLONIAL Funeral Home. Formerly Meyer's. "The Home of Thoughtful Service." Ambulance service. Ph. 1305. MAJOR FUNERAL. Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need." Ambulance. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Cal) G51. PATTERSON-J AMES Funeral Homo. Known for service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140. Cemeteries See MID-WEST MEMORIAL CO. for Rainbow Granites Mausoleums, Monuments. Marker* Display and offico rooms «t 1809 South Federal Ave. Phon« 1450. A. C. "AL" KLUCK BERT LTEUWEN Personals 5 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. Joseph, Missouri. GET INTO America's fastest growing nnd healthiest industry. In 2 days time, our experts set-up your route oC 20 new multiple hot nut coin-operated merchandisers. Earn a family-size income in fi hours weekly, light, pleasant spare time work. Immediate cash investment ot SI 790.00 required. Investment can be retired in a matter of months. Large scale expansion definitely possible out of profits. This is a business with a positive future, regardless of conditions. Write immediately for personal interview with factory representative to VEND- R1TE SALES, 1852 W. Division St., Chicago 22, 111., giving phone mirfiuci . RESTRICTED territory. A life time opportunity for selected dealers. Distribute (Stoaco) triple track combination all aluminum windows and doors. See manufacturers ad in Better Homes nnd Gardens and House Beautiful magazines. Delivery from Chicago assembly plant. Aluminum Combination Door Co. 3110 W. North Avenue, Melrose Park, Illinois. Wanted—Part Time Alteration Lady Apply at once. Mier Wolf & Sons Authorized Packard Service H & H Motors 12 Seventh St. S. E. Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" Lane Bros., Inc. 801 S. Federal Ave. Phone 44' OR SALE—Partly modern 0 room house. 502 S. Polk between 3:30-5 p. m. After p. m. phone 2999-J. 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 repaii buildings. Nice location, east par of County. NEAR Clear Lake we have 20C Acres with 65 A. pasture whicl rents well. Good set of bldgs., and spendid returns. Present lo\\ price of $125 per A. 2 OF THE better 120 A. farms i 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 1GO 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 IGO'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. FOR SALE—ReR. Spotted Poland China boars. '± ml. So. Vu ml. W. '4 ml. So. of Kensett. LaVon Tostenson. FOR SALE — Choice Purebred Duroc boar*-. Top blood lines. Ready to go. 5 mi. N., 2 E. Garner. L. B. Olson. FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars. Heavy boned, meaty, fast gaining type. John Clement, Garner, Iowa. 6 mi. N. Phone at Miller, Iowa. FOR SALE 22 Spotted Poland China Boars . never had a nicer group. They are out of dams by top boars. There are new blood lines for old customers. Last year we did not have near enough to supply ic demand. So see these boars soon. You'll like them! HARVEY E. GLASSEL i Mile South, 2i Miles West of Kensett OR SALE—New 2 bedroom bungalow, gas heat, full corner lot, opposite Clear Lake loosevelt school, m. Ph. 3572-W after G:30 FOR SALE—2 bedrm. bung, close in. Comp. roof. Coal hent. Dbl, Gar. $6300. V. L. Patton. 109 E. State St. 'OR SALE—10 ft. trailer house reasonably priced, good cond. Phone 3492-W. FOR SALE—An ideal family home at Clear Lake. One bedroom down, 3 up. Inclosed porches. Large corner lot. Double garage. Gas furnace. Oak finish. $8500. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. Machinery Misc. for Sale 44 BOLTS Package of 50 assorted bolts. ONLY $1.39 CURRIES . FOR SALE—Small brooder house; rat terrier puppies. 1710 N. Penn. Ph. 5455-J. FOR SALE—HOME SAWED OAK LUMBER Any dimension sawed to order for next week. $60 a thousand. P. V. MINER 1 Miles West and 1 Mile South of Northwood, Iowa. BLACK dirt, ashes. Phone 2403-W. rubbish hauled, 41 FOR SALE — 1317 Woods cornpicker. Picked 100 acres, reas. W. C. Alltz. Phone Manly 4511. FOR SALE—2 bedroom lake shore bungalow. A civte little year-around home on .he lake! Furnished. Gas heat. Good location. $8700. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—9 yr.-old 2 bcdrm. home, gas heat, auto, hot water. Venetian blinds, fenced in back yard, S10.0DO. Phone 5006-W. FOR SALE NEARLY NEW TENANT HOUSE 20x24 feet, located on S. O. Roslien Estate farm, 2 '/a miles west and 2 miles north of Manly, Iowa, will be offered for sale at the Court House in Norlhvvood, lown, nt 1:30 o'clock P. M., on Thursday. Oct. 20, 1949. House to be moved after March 1, 1950. INQUIRE OF O. J. WARDWELL, Attorney, Northwood, Iowa FOR SALE—John Deere single row picker No. 15. semi-mounted, rubber rollers, fits A or B tractor, good cond. Price $200. Orval Mestad. 2 Mi. S, >i E, Clear Lake. WANTED Custom Shelling With or Without Trucking 2ic Per Bu., 1000 Bu. or more PAUL CAHALAN Phones: 22-F23 Mason City I3-F20 Rockwell 35-F1G Rockford Outside White Paint 45% LEAD BASE Yirst Quality Paint. D etersonfarm Store 'hone 268 Clear Lake FOR SALE—5 H. P. single phase elec. motor. A-l cond. Will operate on farm current. Phone 4387-W. WANTED Carpenter Work New Construction, Remodeling, Cabinet Work. Let us help vou plan your home. Free estimates. FLOYD V. BRUCE 620 S. President Phone 18I6-LW Seil for Equity OWNER SAYS! ALL MODERN 4 APARTMENT HOME Income 5125 per month plus living quarters tor-buyer! Oilmatic heat. Dandy N. E. location. $1500 down. OLESON CO. 211, 3568-W Photo Listings 5833-W FOR SALE—John Deere No. 226 corn picker, good condition. Glen Swedberg, Nora Springs. FOR SALE—8 Allis Chalmers corn pickers. 194B model, none used more than 100 acres and some used less than 10 acres. Excellent condition: Will close out whole lot or separately. $800.00 each. Haxton Foods, Inc., Oakfield, New York. ELECTROLUX SALES, service. E. S. Aley, 520 15th St. N. W. Phone 1315-W. ROOMS papered. Inside painting done. Ph. 28GQ-W. Mr. Hyde. TREE roots removed from tile drains. We RO anywhere. Roto-Rootcr Service. Write Don Swart wood, Northwood, Iowa. WANTED—Waitress. Phone 63. Applications now being accepted— Kiddie-Garden Nursery School Ansgar. Goodell—Mrs. Vinnie Hubbard FOR SALE OR TRADE HINSON Rug & Upholstery Cleaning Process in your own home. Ideal full or part-time business. Excl. franchise in 4 counties. Panel truck, all equip. $170(1. Will take late model car on trade. PHILLIPS-GRAY CO. Business Exchange 1I li. South Federal Phone 2128 NATIONALLY KNOWN MILLINERY MERCHANDISING FIRM Wants a Young VA/omcin Y V Wi I n-< i > 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. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service CALL 162 Pickup and Delivery Service Home Appliance Co. 201-03 S. Federal Phone 162 A-l Motor Service FOR SALE—Small 5 rm. bungalow in N. E. sect. Fully mod. and priced to sell. 56,850. J. B. Youngblood and Son, Realtors. 207',i No. Fed. FOR SALE—New nnd used house trailers. S. Broadway Trailer Sales. Albert Lea. FOR SALE—1 P. Int. picker, good cond Everett Hollatz, 4 m. N. W. Ventura. FOR SALE—40 ft. Sandwich Elev., stee chain. New Farmer's Friend dump. Ned Howard, Ventura, R-2. FOR SALE—M. M. single row corn pick er. Picked 35A. Wm. L. Hamblin Phone 214-Rl, Mason City. FOR SALE—2-row New Idea No. G con picker, just-overhauled. James Pavelka 2 Mi. S. W. Garner. FOR SALE—By owner. Nearly new house, 4 rms. and bath, gas heat, on pavement and in Roosevelt district. Ph. C035-R. FOR SALE—By owner, 4 rm. mod. home, double garage. 28—26th S. W. FOR SALE—2 bedrm. bung, near Roosevelt school. Full lot. No basement. Space heater. Paving and sidewalk. S6GOD. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State St. FOR SALE—VERY FINE 2 BEDROOM HOME Well planned, new wood finish throughout. Hard wood floors, inlaid linoleum in kitchen and bath. Walla Bro-kaded. Cleverly arranged kitchen, full basement, gas forced air furnace, large garage, good location. Adjacent homes now. Price $12,500. JIM ANDERSON 114i South Fourth Clear Lake FOR SALE—1 brand new Wood Bros corn picker available for immediat delivery. Bahr Imp, Co. Phone 273. ^OR SALE—l^i" drs. and windows, 20 porch columns, railings, white marble inks, radiators. J. W. Davis, Ph. 85G-R3, Clear Lake. Fall Bargain Days Take time to browse around. Lvery department has values—interesting and money saving. GARDEN AND LAWN TOOLS (Hand and Power) SPORTING GOODS TABLE AND KITCHEN WARE Come and Save ! ! CURRIES FOR SALE—Hiawatha motor scooter. 603 So. Winnie, Clear Lake. Ph. 606-J. FOR SALE—1G ga. shotgun. 1927 Chrysler, violin, Schwinn bicycle. Ph. 5347-J, Gas Conversion Burners AND 'GAS FURNACES Also Sales and Service KELROY'S. Phone 441 FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering mount ed 2-row No. 20 corn picker. F. H. Allen, 4 M. S. Clear Lake. Acreage 37 to open on or about Nov. 1. Hourly, dally, weekly basis. For detailed informa- 'M TELEPHONE 1054 or 5964-J tion WE recommend Finn Foam upholstery cleaner, leaves fabrics soft and bright. Damon's. Lost, Found LOST—Ladles black jacket Park. Phone I25S-J. in Forest IwOUUOA .IVl-Lia. » *• i.T« of Belmond was a guest recently in the homes of friends. St Anwar-Mrs. Rudolphi Gem- •phlich spent several days m Son City with her Bother Mrs Meta Kroneman. who is a patient in Mercy hospital. Nora Springs — Mr. and Mis. Walter Deets, former residents of thS community, now living a mOe north of Manly, are the patents of a son born Sept. 25. Garner—The state child we - f»« conwltant, Miss Mary Gaugh ind Miss Dorothy Runcie, field JfpreJentatlve for the state board LOST—Black billfold containing valuable papers. Marie lone Oliver. 2235 10th S. W. Reward. LOST—Tuesday, lady's Sheaffer fountain pen, dark red with gold rim. Reward. Ph. 1178. GROCERY—$2500 in North Iowa town of 450. Annual volume $00,000. Finest fixtures, all up to date. No blue sky. Rent §40 month. Phone 812, 2017 or write KELLY CHAPMAN & CO. "Business Brokers" 310 N. Federal Hole! Han ford Bldg. Wonted 22 AVERAGE $45 weekly for man or woman to supply famous Wntkins products o customers in city of Mason City. Es- ablished business, no investment. Start now. Write J. R. Walltins Co., D-53, Wilona. Mi in. Money to Uoon 8 $20 to $300 Loans ASK MRS. SIMON 2,"i years friendly service. Room :121—TWrd Floor—First Natl. Bide, Phone 412 Security Loan Co., Help Wtd., Mole 20 "MAN WANTED" TO INSTALL COMBINATION WINDOWS must be experienced in climbing and handy with tools. Top wages. Year around work. Apply at 1717 S. FEDERAL, MASON CITY WANTED—Sgl. man for Ken. farm work. 1 m. W., 2'A N. Ventura, R. Anderson. SALESMEN—PART TIME! salary nnd commission. No Bales experience necessary. Must be well acquainted with responsible people in community. Give fill particulars first letter as to age, Icngtt of residence, present occupation and time available. Addrcs* Box No. M-7 c/o Globe-Gtzct*. Salesmen 25 BUILD YOUR OWN BUSINESS—Sell nationally known cushioned sole CHARLES CHESTER shoes direct Jrom r factory established 187G. Complete line for entire family. Full time or side line. Advance commission up to $2.50 per pair plus generous monthly cash bonus. Samples and equipment free to producers. CHAS. CHESTER SHOE CO. 142 Chester Bldg., Brockton, Mass. 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 •eneral Overhauling of Engine. omplete Electric Repairing of Your Car. Genuine Parts Used. 15 SOUTH COMMERCIAL PHONE 704 Instruction 28 COMPLETE your nigh school at home in sparo time. No classes. All texts urnlshed. Diploma. Write American Schools, Box 205. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Trade Service 29 WILL TRADE—'35 Cht>v. 2-dr. for shot- Run, bont or outboard motor. 507 N. Monroe. Ph. 3755-J after G p. m. FOR SALE—Acreage and home at Clear Lake. 4 acres within city limits. Excellent development property. $6600. Stuart RcaiLui-s, Ciciir Lake. FOR SALE—1 acre Hgts. Ph. 557-J-2. land m Winnebago For Saie—New New Idea Cornpicker Two row. Priced right. B & B IMPLEMENT CO. Clarion, Iowa Phone 264 Sptg. Goods, Equip. 44A FOR SALE—12 gauge shotgun, also Kroll baby buggy, like new. 107 15th N. W. Farms for Sale CHICKASAW COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE 320 Acres. Buildings are fair. Need some paint. Good producer. REA Installed. SB5.00 per acre. Have other good farms. Possession March 1st. CONTACT F. W. BEARMAN Phone 472-W New Hampton, Iowa 'USED PICKERS For Sale 1—Oliver Corn Master No. two row pull (like hew). 1—McCor. Deering 2 M Mounted w/"M" mountings. 1—John Deere No. 10 One Row Pull on rub, (above average). 1—22 B 2 Row Mounted for F-20. Larson Implmt Co. RUDD, IOWA FOR SALE—New 12 ga. pump gun. 1011 17th N. E. Rooms tor Rent 32 FOR RENT—Pleasinit, rloso in rm., slu- tiio couch, atito. heat; refined girl. Write. R-f!, c/o Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT—2 double sleeping rooms, 322G-W. Ph. FOR RF.NT—Sleeping room for gentlemen. 24 15th St. S. E. 1 ov 2 FOR RENT—Furn. room for girl. 45 Crescent Plnce. Ph. 3209-J. FOR RENT—Sleeping rm. North Delaware. gent. pref. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. 801 N. Fed. FOR RENT—Sleeping rm., inncrsp. mattress, hot water heat. Ph. 1772-W. FOR RENT—Lge. front rm. priv. home, gentleman pref. Ph. 4392-W. Apt*, for Rent FOR RENT—3 rni. furn. apt., prlv. bath, wklnR couple, no children. 502 4lh N. E. -Apartmcnl. Ph. 3415-W a I'lor KOU RENT- fi. FOR fJENT—Furn. apt. suitable for teachers or business women. -1 private bedrooms, bath and livliiK room. Write F-B, 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, nt 1:30 P. M. OCT. 20, 1949 Good lanrl. complete set good buildings, silo, electricity, well located nenr town. A real buy. Inquire O. J. Wardwell, Attorney, Northwood, Iowa. FOR SALE—CORN PICKERS Ready to go. 1 Single Row New Idea, like new... $550 1 Two Row John Deere, A-l, ready to go ' 5S 1 John Deere Semi Mount No, 15... S25C 1 Co-Op. Cornbelt S200 Also 1 AC 40 Combine, complete ... $250 FARMERS EXCHANGE 1623 South Federal FOR SALE 160 ACRE FARM 13 miles north of Rochester, Minn. Woven wire fence, large hip roof barn, electric lights, good house, water in house and barn. 2 corn cribs, sUo and other build- Inns . . . $16,500. .JOHN SCHULER 321 Ninth Ave. S. E. Rochester, Minn. NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE The SW.4 Sec. 14-100-10, Worth County, town, a Rood 160 acre improved farm, will be sold to highest bidder, subject to Court approval, at the Courthouse, Northwood, Iowa, at 10 H. m., Oct. J7. 1949. Elect. All tillable. See N. V. Huber, Bef- cree, or O. J. Wardwell, Attorney, Northwood, Iowa, Livesfock^ tor So le 42 FOR SALE — Pureured Spotted Poland China boars, new blood. Cnrl Willc, mi. So. ot Klernme. FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Poland China boars. Vaccinated for cholera and swine erysipelas. Also several high producing Guernsey cows. Herluf Ytzen Hampton, Iowa. Farm I'/t ml. East o Coulter. FOR SALE Reg. Shorthorn Bui Two years old. beautiful light roan color real quality, best of breeding, few young calves. These bulls are priced right. HENRY WIEBKE, Greene, Iowa .Four miles south and one weat of Gre«n« or 9 miles straight east of Aredale. A GOOD RULE FOR Better Snapshots See Us Before you START Bill's Camera Store 05 S. Delaware Phone 338 SEE THIS! One 1949 Elto Speedster Outboard Motor (Demonstrator.) Fully guaranteed. New $252.00— $17^00 Now * '-> Decker Bros. 205 North Federal Phone 545 Foods 45 POP CORN Our present supply of corn will rim out before too long. We arc not growing any more. If you wish to buy a bit heavier than usuM, we have for sale a number of fiber drums—cheap. They hold over 200 pounds. R. H. HOLT 201 S. Oak Clear Lake <i Block South and 2 Blocks East of Postofflce Muticot instrument* 48 FOR SALE—Upright piano. Ph. 3492-W. FOR SALE—PB S. P. C, boars. Some weigh over 300 Ibs. 2 mlle« w>uth ol Sheffield, 1st place west, south side. Ph. 88F111. Casey Heuberger, Sheffield. FOR SALE—P. B. Holateln bull*, serviceable age; 20 feeder pigs; 40 Hampshire open sills. H. N. Anderson, 1 Ml. W., 2!i N. Venlurn. FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boars. Victor B. Peterson. 0 miles east of Hockwell. lown. Ton SALE—Tow Guernsey cow*, fresh and sprlneera. Boyd Hodson, Plymouth. FOR SALE—Lester Betsy Ross spinet piano, used 3 mos. S. L. Armstrong, 736 9th N. E. Business Equipment 50A FOR SALE—National cash refUttr, Ic to 930 ring up. Northwood Cafe, Northwood, Iowa. FOR SALE—12-ft. meat case, priced for quick sale. Becknen Food Market, Ph. 380, Clear Lake. FOR SALE A H. P. Copeland Compressor unit. 1 Store Center Gondola. One 9 ft. Dry Vegetable Rack with mirrors and lights. Sec at SNO-WHITE MARKET Gamer, Iowa '

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