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20 Oct. 4, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. Midwest Livestock 50c lower Trend 140-150 Ibs .......... 150-160 Ibs ......... si2->5 1BO-170 Ibs ...... .......... In'^l 170-180 Ibs .......... .......... S1425 180-200 Ibs ........ ...'.'.'''"" 180-190 Ibs ........ (TUESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin. Minn. Minn. Steady to 50c lower $ fl.65 SU.G5 $12.65 $14.50 - s .................... $17.00 25°-"° bs .................... $16.75 330-360 Ibs .................... 510.00 Good packing sows— • £ s .................... S16.75 ivf .................... 516 - 75 Ibs. .... .............. S16 . 00 Ibs S17.0U Slfi.50 $16.00 S17.00 $«5.5o S16 . 00 S14 ' 00 S13.00 S12 . 00 S13.50 51250 Waterloo 25c-50c lower $13.25 $14.75 $16.50 $17.75 $17.55 $17.50 $17.00 $16.75 $16.00 $17.00 $16.75 S1G.25 $15.75 $15.00 $14.25 $13.50 Cedar Rapids 25c-50c lower $15.50 $16.50 $17.75 $17.75 $17.50 $57.00 $10.50 $16.00 $17.00 $16.75 $16.25 $15.75 $15.00 $14.25 $13.25 Hog Prices Sink Lower Chicago, (£>)—Hog prices shrank 25 cents to $1 a hundred pounds Tuesday under pressure of 2,000 head more than expected by the trade. Cattle were unevenly weak to 50 cents higher, but little was done on Iambs at $1 lower bids. Most good and choice butcher weight hogs sold from $17.25 to $19, the practical lop, with some edging up to $19.25 "sparingly. (USDA)—Salable hogs 12,000; slow, 50 cenls to 1.00 lower on butchers; closed mostly 75 cents to 1.00 off; sows 25-50 cents off: top 19.25 sparingly; practical top 1S.OO for choice 230-270 Ib; most .good and choice 220-280 Ib. butchers 18.50-19.00; 190-220 Ib. 18.00-18.75; lighter weights scarce; few 170-190 Ib. 17.2518.25; sows under 400 Ibs. 17.25-18.50; 425-525 Ib. 15.75-17.00; odd head heavier sows as low as 15.00; good clearance. Salable cattle 8,000; salable calves 500; food and choice fed steers and heifers moderately active, steady to 50 cents higher; lower grades uneven, averaging around steady; cows slow, steady to weak; bulls fully 25 cents higher; veal- ers steady; 4 loads choice to prime 1,2501,370 Ib. steers 34.50-34.85; top 34.85; choice 1,050 Ib. Colorado yearlings 34.25; most choice steers 32.50-34.00: good to low choice fed steers and yearlings 27.5032.00; medium to low-good steers 19.5027 .€0; Eood nr-.d choice heifers 26.50-31.00; common and medium beef cows 14.2516.50; canners and cutters 12.00-14.50; medium and good bulls 17.75-19.50; medium to choice vcalers 24.00-28.00. 1 Salable sheep 3,500; nothing done on lambs; bidding 1.00 lower; fed yearlings and ewes steady to weak: medium' to good yearlings 19.00; nalive ewes 9.00 down. Firm Tone on Grain Market Chicago, (/P)—Short covering in corn gave that grain a firm tone midway through Tuesday's board of trade session. Wheat, however, could not find any reason for advancing and the nearby contract slumped to around a, cent under the previous close. Short covering in corn developed after reports that the cash market had advanced around a cent over yesterday. Spot corn dealers estimated the to - arrive purchases from the country al around 60,000 bushels of which 55,000 was old corn. Early demand for wheat, basec on anticipation of export sales and army buying next Monday ran into profit taking. Soybeans developed some push and lard rallied from the morning's low on support attributed to cash interests. At noon wheat was unchanged to % lower than yesterday's close December $2.134. Corn was 4 to i higher, December $1.194. Oats were 4 lower to 4 up, Decembei 67;?. Soybeans were } to li higher, November $2.324, and lard wa 5 cents a hundredweight higher to 10 cents lower, October, $11.55 LIVESTOCK FORECAST Chicago, W—(USDA1— Estimated sal- •ble livestock receipts Wednesday: 11,000 hogs, 10,000 cattle, and 2,000 sheep. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Tuesday Steady to 50 cents lower. Good light lights 160-170 $12.50 170-180 S14.50 180-200 S16.50 200-220 S17.75 Good med. weights 220-240 S17.75 Good med. weights 240-270 S17.50 Good med. weights 270-300 $17.00 Good med. weights 300-330 S16.75 Good med. weights 330-360 S16.25 Good light lights Good light lights Good med. weights TUESDAY GRAIN CLOSE Chicago, (ft*} — WHEAT— High Low Dec S2.14',i $2.l2 a ,i Mar 2.147'« 2.13 3 4 May ... . 2.09 3 ,i July ... CORN— Dec Mar. .. May 1.93^'i 1.22V, 1.23',a Good sows Good sows 270-300 SI6.75 300-330 S16.75 Good sows 330-360 516.25 Good sows 360-400 $15.75 Good sows 4-00-450 $14.75 Good sows 450-500 313.75 No hogs received after 5 p. m.—Jacob E. Decker & Sons. CATTLE MASON CITY—For Tuesday Choice steers and helfera ... J25.00-27.00 Good to choice steers and •• heifers $24.00-25.00 Good steers and heifers 523.00-24.00 Medium steers and heifers .. $21.00-23.00 Fair steers and heifers .... $15.50-17.00 Plain steers and heifers .... $14.00-15.00 Choice cows $15.00-16.50 Good cows S14.0IM5.00 Medium cows , 513.00-14.00 Fair cows $13.00-14.00 Good hulls $15.00-17.50 Medium bulls $15.50-18.00 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. $25.00-26.00 Medium '. $19.00-20.00 Common ?15.00-16.00 Culls J14.00 GENUINE SPRING LAMBS Good to choice $21.50 EWES Good to cholco lights $7.00-8.00 Medium $5.00-6.00 July ........ 1.23','n OATS — Dec ......... 68 Mar ........ May ......... 63 5 ,i July ........ 57 ',i RYE— Dec ......... 1.48=8 1.53 1.48 ',2 1.33 'A 2.33 'A Mar ........ 2.33 May ........ 2.30 3 ,i LARD— May July SOYBEANS— Nov. Dec. Oct. 11.55 Nov 10.77 Dec 10.80 Jan 10.77 Mar 10.80 2.08 '/i 1.92% I.Wi, 1.21Vi 1.22V* 1.22V. .67 '/z .63 Vi .57V* 1.46" 2 1.51'i: 1.47 2.31 ',i 2.31 V* 2.3 Hi 2.28=4 11.40 10.57 10.65 10.70 10.77 Close S2.12T 8 -1 2.131's-l 1.32'/2- : HAD FLYING COURSE—Pfc. Frank Vasqucs, who has been stationed at the army air base at Kcesler field, Miss., was graduated from an 8 months' course there and ordered to report to the air base at Mobile, Ala. He left for his ntfw station by plane from DCS Moincs, following: a visit here at the M. J. Vega home, m 16th N. E. Mid-West Has Postponed Airline Start Mid-West airlines tins postponed for a week the start of its scheduled feeder line service through Mason City in order to make additional test flights required by the civil aeronautics administration, it was announced Tuesday. A joint meeting of the aviation committee and the board of directors of the Mason City Cham- Der of Commerce will be held Friday noon at the Hotel Hanford to discuss plans for welcom- .ng the first flight. The meeting also will hear a report on progress of negotiations for an east-west airline through Mason City. E. C. Timberlake, Minneapolis, consultant for Mason City on airport matters, will report on the hearings now in progress before a CAB examiner in Washington concerning certification of the east-west line. Money to Loan 8 $20 to $300 Loans ASK MRS. SIMON 25 years friendly service. Room 321—Third Floor—First Natl. Bide. Phone 412 Security Loan Co. NEWS ot RECORD Realty Transfers MacNider, Hanford & wf, Mason Cily Investment Co To Kennclli E. C'asijer Sl.flO WD Tract of land comm. :W E and IIU-M! 1 S of NW'.'i corner of SWVi J5-U6- UO, thence S 3Hr>,!)', thence continuing S 139.2', E 3(i B' NWly ITS.!)' W 'J59.:!' to beginning. 0-14-10. Indcpdt School No. (i, Union Twp. To Olio Gossman 575.00 QCD I/ A. in SE corner of SEVi M-!)5-2'J. !)-:iO--l!>. I'urcell, Bernlee Marie To Joe Purcell $1.00 & other QCD Lois #1 & 83, Midland Height', Mason Oiy, Iowa. 8-«-l!>. Foutz, Lucile C. <t hus. To Lincoln It Brand and Frances G.. 51.00 & olhcr WD JT Lot i in Lot 1 in NWVi NE!i 10-9li-^U. 9-27-49. Whisller. Irvin C. * \\t. To Shirley T. Skram & wf. JT SI.Oil <fc other WD W 1-:! of Lots (i & 7 Dlk i T. S. Koberls Add. M. Cy. y-l'J-4U. SEE the United Home Bank & Trust Co. for real estate mortgage loans. LOANS. Federal Discount, lOVi North Federal. Telephone 516. Up to 20 months to repay. Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—2nd crop clover and alfalfa. Good, no rain. 3rd culling alfalfa, good, no rain. 1st PI. W. of Counly Farm, No. side of road. FOR SALE—Master Line all steel corn cribs or bins. See them at 503 S Federal. Iowa Master Breeders. Death Notices B usiness Oppoftun itie» 18 roilJYbR SELL~ATBUSINESS CALL MASON CITY 2128 Groceries, Taverns, Taverns-pool, Bulk Oil, Cafes, Ice Cream Bar, Dairies, Creameries, Hotels, Auto Agencies, others. PHILLIPS-GRAY CO. "Business Exchange" Help Wtd., Female 21 WANTED.—Housekeeper in motherless modern farm home; only father and son. Wonderful place for someone. For interview see Mrs. Henry Holt, 304 1st N. E. MAKE 50C ON FAST $1 SALES!—Show luxurious new 21-Card Feature Christmas Assortment. Big value sells itself. Wonder line of Religious, Gift Wraps, PLASTIC Cards, Everyday, others. Personal Folders low as 50 for $1. FREE Imprint Samples, Box Assortments on approval. GROGAN CO., Dcpt. J16, Wilmette, III. WANTED — Cashier. Apply in person. Veterans' Club, 1308 No. Fed. Services Offered 2? WANTED—Waitress; $26 per week and board. Nesbit Cafe, Garner. WANTED—Girl for general office work, typing, dictation. Write F-4, c/o Globe- Gazette. WANTED—Waitress. Crystal Lunch, 12 South Washington. HU BEARD, Michcle Allyne, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hubbard, 303'/3 First S. W.. died late Monday at the home of her parents, after a short illness. An angel mass will be said at 9 a. TO. Wednesday at the Holy Family Catholic church, with the Msgr. Arthur J. Breen officiating. Interment will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Rosary will be said at the Colonial funeral home at 8 p. m. Tuesday. The Colonial funeral home in charge. llli South Federal Mason City KIBE. O. A., 72, of 320 3rd N. W., died at a local hospital Monday morning, following a heiirt attack. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel Wednesday at 2:30 p. in., with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Police Court 1.2 1 4 1.22 ' ,G6 .57 " 1.51 ' 1.48 2.33-32^ 2.33 2.30-30 'A 11.45 10.67-65 10.70 10.72 10.77 Mason City Grain At 10 a. m. Tuesday Oats, No. 2 56c Corn, No. 2 yellow, 10 days] $1.10 Corn, Dec. 15 94c Soybeans, 10 day $2.13 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Tuesday's Market) Chicago, (IP)— Wheat: No. 3 hard 2.06. Corn: No. 1 yellow 1.28; No. 2, 1.37-37 1 /.; No. 3, 1.35'/a-37; No. 4, 1.32-34; No. 5, 1.21-27; No. 5 new 1.15-20; sample grade 95. Oats: No. 1 heavy while 70'A; No. 3 heavy •white medium G9'/a; sample grade heavy white 68'/a. Barley nominal: Malting 1.20-62; feed 90-1.22. Soybeans: No. 1 yellow 2.30-32 1 /:: track Chicago; No. 2, 2.52'A track Chicago. Intoxication—Milton II. Aamodt, city, sentenced to 30 days in jail. Overtime Parking—It. T. Andrews. 5-5 9th S. E.: Dr. 11. K. Jones, 202 flth N. E.; John J. Radio, 311 Mill N. W.; Roger A. Jensen, Clear Lake; James C. McGuire, 2^7 -Uh N, W.; VlncE Goodman, 71!» Carolina N. E.; Station KICM, 5',i "2nd S. W., and Mabel G. Berryman. ^0 5lh N. E., each forfeited $1 bond. Blocking Driveway—Alice Moore, <>71 E. State, Nell Melchcr, 101)8 Elm drive, each forfciled $1 bond. Improper Parking—Mrs. Roland Discti, 8'H -nd S. E.; Axel Jensen, Thornlon; John Corbetl, 418 14lh N. W., and .T. B. McCoy, Dmvs, each fortelted SI bond. OLSON, Ole H., 50, of 1454',i N. Federal, was found dead in Ihe store below his apartment Tuesday morning. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Colonial funeral home in charge. Funeral Director FOR SALE CAFE In lown near Mason Cily. Volume ?350 a week. A-l equipment. Ideal for man and wife. Must sell at once. $3,600. Terms if needed. Kelly Chapman & Co. "BUSINESS BROKERS" 310 North Federal Hotel Hanford Bldg. Wanted — Woman Neat, dependable, for work in De Luxe Sandwich Shop. Top salary, best of working conditions. Night shift. THE LITTLE CHEF 14 Second N. W. WANTED — Housekeeper; middle aged woman. Call 2G99-J after 6 p. ra. WANTED—Woman to care for 2 children, 8:30 to 6, 6 days. Phone 1159-W. REMODELING—Ail kinds. F. H. A. financing. Free estimates. Stoddard Construction Co. Call 5622-W days or eves. Call KELROY'S 44] FOR COMPLETE PLUMBING Stokers, Oil and Gas Heating All Types Furnaces. Water Heaters WE MAKE CUSTOM MADE SMP COVERS AND DRAPERIES Labor on Chair $ 6.00 Labor on Davenport S 10.00 Materials from 98c up. Free Pickup and Delivery Within 25 Miles. Phone 860 or see Mrs. Luick-in Drapery Dept. Montgomery Ward Authorized Maytag Sales and Service Insist on Genuine MAYTAG PARTS They cost less ay tasting longer. Wringer rolls (or all makes Cut to fit while you Home* forSale GRANDVIEW A lovely 2 bedroom house. Just like new on a paved street. Unfinished attic, nice living room, picture window to the south. A very bright home. Reasonable down payment, balance like rent. 211 5853-W 3568-W OLESON CO. Photo Listings FOR SALE—1947 Sportsman 23 ft. trailer. Leonard Kennedy. Call after 6 p. m., 812J1, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—New 5 room year-around, Jakeshore home. Attached garage. Fireplace. Porch. Full basement. Automatic heat. Attractive kitchen and dinette. Take possession of this beautiful home, with good frontage, on a sandy beach now. $12.300. Stuart Realtors. Clear Lake. FOR RENT—Warm workshop centrally located. Ph. 919 days. After 5:30 p. m. phone 5477-J. "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY" If you have a car and want a BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN no selling, protected territory, full or part time, I can show you how to make up to ?50.00 per day on a small invest- WANTED , Woman to Work in Our Hardware Dept. Salary plus commission. See Mr. Klopp between 9 and 12. Montgomery Ward wait. HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal Ave. Ph. 162 FOR SALE—Used house trailer, like new. priced for quick sale. Ph. 253, Nora Springs. FOR SALE—5 room mod. house, close in. A. W. Stubbs Co. FOR SALE—2 bedroom bungalow in Midland Heights, $5,250.00. C. R. Brown, Realtor. Phone 1314 or 2374. FOR SALE—4 bedroom house, hardwood floors, sloker, aulo. hot water, near Washington and Holy Family schools. Ph. 3337-W. WANTED TO BUY—from owner 2 or~3 bedroom mod. house. Give delails and loc. Write G-4. c/o Globe-Gazelle. ment. Fire Calls At !>:05 a. m., Tuesday to 1 154 N". Federal, Opportunity shop. Rcsuscltator used In attempt to revive Ole II. Olson who committed suicide. Births Reported (At Park Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Van Sabben, Northwood, Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrn E. Flatness, Northwood, Monday. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (Tuesday's Market) South St. Paul, (U.R1—tUSDA) — Livestock: . Cattle 5,000. Slaughter steers, heifer crop mostly common, medium; cows comprising about 65 per cent o£ receipts. Limited showing slaughter steers heifers selling active, steady. Common, medium grades generally steady. Cows about steady, bulls unchanged. Choice 1251 and 1526-lb. steers 31, other good-choice slaughter steers, yearlings 26-30; medium' grass-steers 19-22.50, common 16-18; good heifers 25.50-27.50; medium grassers 1821.50, common 15.50-17.50. Good cows 1616.50, good westerns 17, common-medium 14-15.50, canner-cutter 11-13.50. Good beef, sausage bulls 17-17.50, medium sausagers 16-16.50. cutter-common 1315.50. Stdckers, feeders active, steady to strong; good stock steers 21-22, good yearlings 23-24, medium stockers 18.5020.50, common 16-18. Good-choice stock heifers 18-21.50; good-choice stock calves 22-25, medium 19-21. Good-choice dairy cows 175-250, high-choice 275. Calves 2,200. Vealers, slaughter calves •teady. Good-choice vealers 23-26, common-medium 16-22, culls 13-15. Good- choice slaughter calves 18-20, common- medium 15-17, culls 11-14. Hogs 13,000. Barrows, gilts 200 Ibs. up opened 50c off, with good-choice 200370 Ib. averages 18.25-18.50. Average costs, weights Monday: Barrows, gilts 18.76, 214 Ibs. sows 17.25, 374 Ibs. Sheep 5,500. Fresh salable supply around 2,600 mixed truck-ins, 2 loads western ewes. Early slaughter lamb gales steady; few loads good-choice 23 to •hippers. Opening sales slaughter ewes steady; good-choice 9-9.75. Produce (Quotation* by E. G. Morse* At 10 a. m. Tuesday Eggs, No. 1 50c Eggs, No. 2 40c Eggs, pullet ...,. 25c Heavy hens -. I9c Leghorn hens 17c Springs, heavy breeds ....;.. 22c Springs, Leghorns 18c Old cocks, heavy breeds 12c Leghorn cocks 10c Eggs at retail 49-55c Butter, Corn Country .... 68-70c Butter, Iowa State Brand. 70-71c NEW YORK PRODUCE (Tuesday's Market) New York, </!>)—Butter 504,779, irrcgu- **Wholesale prices on bulk cartons. Creamery, higher than 92 score (AA) «2iA cents. 92 score (A) 61V4-B2. 90 score TB> 50-59'A. 89 score (C) 55'A. Cheese 908,842, steady, prices unchanged. EBBS 11,067, steady. New Vork spot quotations follow: Midwestern: Fancy heavy welghU flO-61. Extra 1 taree 58-59. Extra 1 medium 47. Extra • medium 48-4fl'/3. Current receipts 51- 2fl. Dirties 47'/>. Checks 44. Pullets 39Va- Stock Market Prices Rise New York, (/P)—Fresh demand streamed into the stock market Tuesday, lifting the general price level around the high for the year. Leading issues—including a couple of steel stocks—advanced fractions to more than a point, some of their best prices for 1949. Turnover was at the rate of around 1,300,000 shares for the full session. Bidding for radio and television stocks was particularly vigorous during the morning. Demand later slackened but gains were well maintained. Marriage Licenses Luverne Allen Larson, 37, Minneapolis, and Edilh Cora Perdue, '15, Dresser, \Vis.; Donald James Olson, :t-, Minneapolis, nnd Kathryn Virginia Wood, 31, Durand, Wis. 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. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 651. PATTERSON-J AMES Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140. Personals WANTED—1 or 2 lo share expenses to Billings, Mont. Leaving Fri. morning. Call 4D42, Britt, Iowa. "LISTEN my children and you shall hear" people raving about Fina Foam upholstery cleaner. Damon's. WRITE, UNIVERSAL 920 South Seventh St. La Crosse, Wisconsin WANT TO CONTACT party wishing to enter Ihe feed business or expand present business to handle a quality line o£ feed in Northern Iowa towns. A good proposition to the right party. Write H. H. Haines. Charles City, Iowa. LEAVING for Calif. Sat. morning, Oct. 8. Room for 2. Call the Will Tinkey residence, Alexander, Iowa. ARMY OFFICER wants ride or will drive your car to San Francisco. To arrive no later than Oct. 25. Ph. 291-W, Clear Lake. Lost, Found LOST—Black Cocker Spaniel, ans. "Mister." Reward. Call 2885-W. to Maintenance Suits Beatrice Waddell against Maybcrry Waddell on grounds of cruelty. She asks that the court fix the amount of temporary and permanent support to he paid. Married Jan. IX, J9J7, at Dakota City, Iowa. No children. Divorces Filed Hose C. Householder against Harry O. Householder on grounds of cruelly. She asks permission to remarry within the statutory I year period. Married Jan. II), 1011, at Bancrofl. Separated .Ian. ;i, J!»14, when he was eommiltcd to the stale hospital for the insane at Cherokee. Beverly Evans against Thomas Uvans on grounds of cruelly. She asks title to the household furniture and the court lo fix the amount of temporary and permanent alimony to lie paid. Married April :ifl, I!)4!>, al Mason Cily. LOST—In Highlands, tan and white kitten. Phone 51G3-W. LOST — Small while and black Wire Haired Terrier. Reward. Ph. 2375-W. GROCERY STORE, FIXTURES AND STOCK One of the two that carry meats in town. 1400 population. 24x80 brick building. Full basement with a long lease. A_, good spot for a super market. JO"E MOSBRUCKER AGENCY Belmond, Iowa Help Wtd., Male 20 Sales Opportunity An interesting, profitable career is open to the right young man selling Norge Home Appliances and other top lines we handle. Must be of good character, able lo meet the public and have car. Mason City and near vicinity territory. Attractive compensation, nallonally and locally advertised products, thorough training program, sales helps and plenty of leads. Consistent worker is assured a good income. See Mr. Makeever DAMON'S APPLIANCE CENTER Help Wtd., Mole, Female 23 Wanted at Once Night Dishwasher Good pay, pleasant working cond. Apply Wednesday in person. WITKE'S CAFE, CLEAR LAKE WANTED—Night cook for Saturday; also waitress for extra work. Johnny's Cafe, 720 So. Federal. HELP WANTED POULTRY AND EGG ROUTE MAN EGG CANDLERS and CHICKEN PICKERS Apply in person. No phone calls. ZANIOS PRODUCE CO. 621 Sixth S. W.j, 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. $12,000.00 Three bedroom modern house, doubl* garage, large corner lot. River Heights. S. E. section. $12,000.00 Two bedroom new modern bungalow, garage, corner lot, mighty coiy home, southeast, C. I. SNYDER CO. 18 First St. S. E. Phone 404 BUNGAIXDW STYLE r Story Home Three bedrooms, dining room, living rm.. kitchen, bath, full basement, gas heat. 4 lots. Located 2 blocks off lake. Price $9500. Early possession. JIM ANDERSON 114J. Couth Fourth Clear Lake TRANSFER LINE Office at 823 Fourth St. S. W. for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. HE1MENDINGER CALL 1070 Instruction 28 WANT a dependable U. S. Gov't. job? Start high as $3,351 year. Many openings expected. Qualify now. Free 40- page book, lisls jobs, salaries, sample Write: Box R-20. c/o Globe-Ga- LOST—Bunch of keys near Congregational church. Reward. Phone 464. LOST—Sat. night, set of keys in leather key holder between Hanford hotel and Cecil theater. If found call 2960. Money to Loan 8 New York Stocks Am Tel & Tel 142J Anaconda Cop 27J Armour & Co 6J Bendix Aviat 31i Beth Steel 28i Boeing Airplane 21J Chrysler Corp 53i Columbia Gas 11J Gen Elec 37i Gen Motors 63} Illinois Central 29i Int Harvester 265 Int Tel & Tel 9] Montgom Ward 52 J NY Central RR 10i Radio Corp 12i Sears Roebuck 42 Sinclair Oil 23J Stand Oil Ind 431 Stand Oil NJ 70J Texas Co 60j US Steel 23& Kiesselbach to Instruct Underwriters T. J. Kisselbach of Mason City has been named instructor of the training course for life underwriters to be sponsored by the Mason City district association of life underwriters. Assisting him in the course, to be under the direction of the life underwriters training council, will be Frank Baker. The course will consist of 25 classes of 2 hours each. They will be open to all life underwriters in north central Iowa and it is planned to start the work late this month. Walter J. Walker is chairman of the local committee on the project. F. W. Vorhies is president of the Mason City district. Quick Service . ' LOANS Furniture Signature AUTO COURTEOUS—CONFIDENTIAL U-N-I-T-E-D Financial Service WANTED—Man with mounted 2 row picker to husk 40 A corn within next 10 days. Lawrence Copley, 5 mi. west Mason City, Hiway 18. WANTED—Single man for general farm work. James T. Barry, Belmond, Iowa. WANTED—Full time janitor. Veterans' Club, 1308 No. Fed. WANTED—Automobile salesman. Write A-4, c/o Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Young man with chauffeur's license to drive pickup truck. Apply mornings. 212 So. Fed. Salesmen 25 WANTED AUTO MECHANIC Splendid working conditions. Excellent company benefits. 40 hour week. Salesman Wanted To contact established retail accounts selling Drug Sundries from new truck. $200 month guarantee. Splendid opportunity for man that can qualify. Contact at once. FORT DODGE PAPER CO. Third Central Fort Dodge, Iowa Services Offered 27 WANTED — Washings, Ironings. 3195-W. Specials every week. Call HAND LAUNDERING and stretching curtains, 35c panel. Will pick up and deliver. Ph. 5521-W. WILL do all types of sewing. Phone 3125-LW. MAN wants shrubbery trimming, lawn raking or odd jobs. Ph. 3214-J. MIRRORS resllvered. Guaranteed. Mack' ets, *17 2nd St. N. W. Ph. 782. FOR SALE—3 room mod. house, S. Car» olina. $2,500.00 down, bal. like rent. Shower, stool in basement. Wrile B-30 c/o Globe-Gazette. NEW 2 BEDROOM FULL BASEMENT $1000.00 down, $45.00 per mo. Vets $400.00 down. Built on your lot or oul-s. Ready before Christmas. Order NOW. Balsam wool insulated, 30 gal. wat. htr., flush, birch doors, plclure ..window, screens and slorms, oak firs., convenient kitch.. dec. to suit. Best construct.—not prefabricated, not precut. Other styles at new reduced prices. Call for free information. STODDARD CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 5622-W Days or Evenings COMPLETE your high school at home in spare time. No classes. All texts furnished. Diploma. Write American Schools, Box Z05, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping room, gent. pref. Phone 2201TW. WANTED—A G. I. With a Good Job and 1000 Bucks TO BUY A SMALL ACREAGE two miles out. Extra good 2 bedroom hse.. carpeted, insulated, hardwood floors, all modern. Good garage, other bldgs. Would require payments $55.00 month. Must bs sold now. We arrange financing. ROMEY REALTY CO. Phone 584 FOR RENT—Furn. room for girl. Crescent Place. 45 FOR RENT—Pleasant sleeping room,* hot water, S. E. part. Ph. 1772-W. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Gentleman preferred. 120 W. State. FOR RENT—Sleeping room for 1 or 2 gentlemen. 24 15th St. S. E. FOR RENT—Small, newly furn. slpg. rm. Gentleman. Forest Park. 812 First N. W. FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms, single and twin beds. 22 N. Jefferson. FOR RENT—Nicely furn. slpg. room for employed couple or 2 girls. Cooking privileges if desired. Phone 4324-J. FOR RENT—2 sleeping rooms and one stall garage. 812 N. Wash. Ph. 973, FOR RENT — Pleasant sleeping room, • close in, gents, pref. Ph. 5259-J FOR RENT—Room for 1 or 2. 805 N. Fed. FOR RENT—Light hskpg. rm., lady only. Phone 2366-W. elderly Apts. for Rent 33 FOR SALE—By owner, nearly new house. 4 rms. and bath, gas heat, on pavement and in Roosevelt district. Phone 6035-R. $125 INCOME! per month plus living quarters for buyer! All this for $1500 down. Ollmatic furnace, new roof and located in N. E. near Federal Ave. 211 5853-W 3568-W OLESON CO. Photo Listings FOR SALE—Mod. 3 bedrm. home. Clos» in, S. E. Stoker heat. Dbl. gar. Auto, water heater. Corner lot. $8,000.00. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State Street. $6850 Here is a bargain in a 2 bedroom modern bungalow, N. E. section. Convenient dinette off kitchen, hardwood firs, throughout; garage. J. B. YOUNGBLOOD & SON Realtors FOR SALE—3 bedrm. Forest Park home. Gas hot water heat. Tiled kitchen. Breakfast rm. Gar. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State Street. FOR RENT—Furn. apts. Adults. Phone 49J3-W after 5 p. m. FOR RENT—Light housekeeping rm. Ph. 2415-W after 6 p. m. FOR RENT—4 rm. apt. and bath, newly decorated and unfurn., close In. Call WILL care for small children by the week. Phone 6039-W. "Family Finance Counsellors" 15la North Federal Phono 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Sloro CHICAGO POTATOES (Tuesday's Market) Chicago, (/P)—(USDA)—Potatoes: Arrivals 61, on track 376; total U. S. shipment!! 851; supplies moderate; demand moderate; market steady; firm undertone best stocks: Wide range in condition; Idaho Russet Burbnnks $3.40-50, standards $2.90-3.10, utilities $2.45-70; Minnesota-North Dakota Red River Valley Red Warbas $2.40 washed, Tontiacs $2.50-60 washed; Washington Russet Burbanks $3.50-75; Wisconsin Bliss Triumphs $2.00-15, Chippcwas $2.20. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Tuesday'! Market) Chlcaga, OT—(USDA) — Live poultry: Steady; receipts 40 trucks; 'prices unchanged. Butter steady; receipts 835,118; prices unchanged. Eggs unsettled; receipts 6,93R; prices unchanged except one to 2 cents a dozen lower on U. S. standards at 47-4R and on current receipts si 48-47. Public Responds to Fund Drive in Polio Emergency West Union—Dr. C. E. Ketner, Oelw'ein, chairman of the Fayette county polio chapter for the past 2 years, reports that the county is responding readily to the epidemic emergency drive now in progress. The physician states that since January, 1949, Fayette county has had 18 cases of polio. The expense involved in each case had varied from a few dollars for examination to several hundred for care, depending upon the severity of the case. A few patients have had to return to Iowa City at intervals for checkups, he said, but there have been no polio deaths in the county. 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 Octopuses change color to match the kind of ocean bottom on which they rest. 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 I17i N. Federal Ave. Over Green Mill Cafe PHONE 541 —Apply— Standard Oi Mason City, Iowa Co. LOCAL opening, encrgelic man. Sell manufacturers designed farm shoes direct to farmers. Good commission. High earnings. Extensive repents. Give all details first letter, phone number. Write Box B-3, c/o Globe Gazette. WANTED—Experienced married man to work on the farm. Year around job. 3 room house, water and electricity, one mile south of Hampton. Herman Clawson. Phone 574R1, Hampton, Iowa. Rt. 1. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes, parts and supplies. . Mason City Appliance store. 21 I S. Federal. Phone 1103. WALLPAPER hanging is our business. Phone 3441-W. ASHES and rubbish nauled: basements cleaned. Csll 3I25-R. Will Be Hiring Men Next Week ANDREWS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 620 N. Massachusetts WINDOW GLASS Get ready for cold weather now. See CooVs for glass replacements. WINDOW GLASS PLATE GLASS Cook Paint & Varnish 883. FOR RENT—1 rm. furn. apt. Employed person. 328 No. Adams. FOR RENT — Apt. Inq. Tourist Park Grocery. Ph. 870R1, Clear Lake. FOR RENT—New apl., furn. or unfurn. Adults only. Write D-4, c/o Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT—4 rm. apt., close in. Heat, water furn. Ph. 5740-W. FOR RENT—Small basement apt. for single person. Ph. 4S03-W. Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT —Working lady will share home. Write N-I, Globe-Gazette. WILL SHARE small house on farm with couple for winter. Write L-l, Globe- Gazette. 118 S. Federal Phone 1017 Carpenters Needed at once 45 Hour Week PHONE 662, Mason City WANTED—Carpenter*. Report to Labor temple office, 13'/a N. Federal. Ph. 859. WANTED—Steady man, on farm willing lo work. Mod. separate house. AU- batish Poultry Farm, Ph. 310-J, Hampton. OEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding Ph. 1672. 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 & CO. YOUNG MARRIED man with pick-up truck desires work with Iruck—cither in town 01- between towns. Phone 5744-J. WILL CARE for working mother's children in my home, close In. Ph. 5629-J, WAUTF.D—Chair caning. Phone 388. WANTED—Housekeeping Job. Write W-l. Globe-Gazelle. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENOR'S WANTED—Housekeeping work. Wrile W- 30, Globe Gazette. FOR RENT—Near new all mod. 2 bdrm. home. P. M. park, Vi blk. off hlway, furn. or not. Ph. 571R3. Clear Lake. OPEN FOR INSPECTION 712 Sixteenth St. N. E. New2 Bedrm. Home Low rambling type, forced air gas heat. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS 309 First National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—7 rm. mod. home. Near Holy Family school. Coal furnace. Fire place. Oak firs, downstairs. $11,000.00. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State Street. TERMS Close in, partly modern 4 room hous«, paving, $3500. Close in, partly modern 5 room house, paving. Part can be rented out. 54500. 4 room partly modern house $2,500. TERMS GUILD REAL ESTATE 34 Second N. E. Phone 867 or 1589 Cottages A3 5 FOR SALE—Desirable 2 bedroom cottage. Nice view of lake, and easy access across large public approach. L shap« living room and dining room. Kitchen. Gas heat. Nicely furnished. Immediate possession. $3,150. Stuart Realtors, C. L. FOR RENT—Mod., nicely furn. winter- •izcd cottage. No. Shore. Ph. 751-W, Clear Lake. 711 Walnut St. Houses for Sale 35 FOR SALE—5 rms., 1 story mod. except tub. Paving $4,200 cash. Guild Real Estate. Ph. 867 or 1589. FOR REAL estate consult C. R. Brown, realtor. Selling homes is our specialty. FOR SALE—New 1949 25 ft. Roger trailer coach. $200 discount for quick sale. Come—no phone. Greyhound Service, Clarion, Iowa. FOR SALE—New and used house trailers. S. Broadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lea. FOR SALE—Good income property. Good location. Write L-27, c/o Globe-Gazette. HOUSE TRAILERS Are you dreaming of the day when you can own your own home? Do you know that you can buy a completely 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 104 FOR SALE—A large 2 bedroom lakeshore cottage. Good lot. Garage. Completely furnished. Fully modern. $8900. Stuart Realtors; Clear Lake. Lots for Sale 36 SEVERAL client's lots to be liquidated cheap. See L. H. Rud, Attorney at law, over J. C. Penneys. FOR SALE—Choice high lot. close in, close to lake. Price $2200. Jim Anderson, Clear Lake. Farms for Sate 39 WE hive cash out of town buyers (or 3 or 3 bedroom homes. Oleson Co., Ph 3568-W or 211. FOR SALE—Small Clear Lake home on excellent large corner lot. Gas heat. Garage. A true value at *«00. Terms can be arranged. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. SPECIAL Central Wisconsin FARM BARGAINS Beautiful 30 A. farm all equipped with personal property. Large hip roof basement barn. Electricity. Farmall tractor and other equipment. Only 1J miles from high ' ' Only $11,000 if taken at school, once. 160 acre farm for only $16,000 with nice line of personal property. Must be sold at once because of sickness. Othqr good farm bargains in Central Wisconsin's Dairyland. For more information write or call PALMER VINGER AGENCY Greenwood, Wisconsin

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