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14 Oct. 1, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, It. Midwest Livestock (SATURDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin. Trend Good Butchers— 140-150 Ibs 150-160 !bs. 160-170 Ibs. 170-180 Ibs. 180-200 Ibs. 180-130 Ibs. 190-200 Ibs. 200-220 Ibs. 220-240 Ibs. 240-270 Ibs. 270-300 Ibs. 300-330 Ibs. Minn. Steady .. $14.00 .. $15.00 $1(5.75 S17.75 S18.50 $18.50 £18 2*> ' Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs S1750 300-330 Ibs . - S1750 330-360 Ibs * 360-400 Ibs. .. 400-450 Jbs 450-500 Ibs. 500-550 Ibs *'.'.'.'. $I2"75 Minn. Steady $10.40 412.40 §13.40 S15.25 S1G.75 $17.50 $18.75 $10.75 $18.25 $17.75 $17.25 $16.75 S17.75 $17.25 $16.50 $15.75 $15.00 $14.00 $12.75 Waterloo Steady S14.00 S15.50 S17.25 $18.50 $18.50 $18.20 $17.75 $17.25 $10.50 $17.50 $17.25 $16.50 $15.75 $15.00 $14.25 $13.25 Cedar Rapids Steady $10.25 S17.25 $18.50 $18.50 SV8.25 ?17.75 $17.25 $16.75 $17.50 $17.25 $16.75 $16.25 $15.50 $14.75 $13.75 Hog and Cattle Prices Steady Chicago, (#»)—Hogs were quoted nominally at $18.75 to $20.50 Saturday. Nominally steady pi-ices also ruled for cattle and sheep. Supported mainly by a reduction in receipts, light weight barrows and gilts gained 50 cents to $1.00 this week. Offerings scaling more than 200 pounds wound up steady with last Saturday. (USDA)—Salable hogs 300, total 3,000 (estimated) compared week ago: Butchers over 200 Ibs. steady: lighter weights 50 to $1 higher; sows 50 higher. Week's top $20.00 with closing top at $20.50, closing bulk sales 200 to 220 Ib. weights $19.50<a$20, with a few loads over 220 Ibs. up to $20.25, and one car at $20.50; most 180 to 190 Ibs. brought $18.501® $19.50; 160 to i'O ibs. at $17.50<a$18.50; heavies over 250 Ibs. were practically lacking; sows under 375 Ib. bulked at $18.50(^13.50; 375 to 400 Ibs. $17.75@$18.50; 425 to 500 Ibs. at $16.75017.75, a lew heavier down to $1G and slightly below. Salable cattle 500 (estimated); total not given; compared week ago: Receipts sharply curtailed and live prices worked higher despite a dull and weak to lower dressed beef trade; slaughter steers 25 to $1 higher, most advance on common and medium, kinds with extremes up $1.50; heifers and cows 25®75 higher: bulls steady; vealers firm, slaughter calves $1 lower; stockers and feeders 50 lower; top $34.25 for 3 loads choice to prime 1199 to 1223 Ib. fed steers, load choice to prime 1425 Ib. weights $34. bulk high-good and choice fed steers $28.f>0rg;33.25, medium to average-good kinds $19.50@$28, common grassers in loadlots down to $15.50; bulk good and choice fed heifers $25©$29.25. few choice loads $29.50ig'$30.50; good cows $lG.50f(£$19. "common and medium cows $14{g$16.50, canners and cutters $11.50(5;$14.50; medium and good sausage bulls during week $17<i?$19.25; medium to . choice vealers $24@$28, most slaughter calves $22 down; good and choice yearlings and. feeding steers $2l®$24.7E. Salable sheep 100 (estimated) Total not given; compared week ago: Slaughter lambs $1 higher; yearlings shared lamb advance, with supply small and choice kinds absent; sheep strong, continued broad demand for $10ig$12 aged breeding ewes abridging slaughter supply; choice 100 Ib. Washington range lambs topped at $24.50, 8 loads $24.35; best natives S23.75, odd lots $24; bulk native and •western slaughter lambs $22.50<g$24.50, •with cull and common natives $17if(! $20.50; best yearlings $20.50 but choice kinds quotable to $21; loadlots good to choice 140 Ib. Washington ewes and odd lots natives ewes $10; bulk native ewes $7(g$9, -with aged bucks $6.50. ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Saturday Market) Chicago, WP)—Unofficial estimated livestock receipts for Monday: Hogs 14,000, cattle 13,000, sheep 3,000. Grain Market Works Lower Chicago, (JP) — Grains worked ower on the board ol trade Saturday while lard, after a barely teady start, moved upward toward the close. Dealings were not active. Easiness in other markets seemed to have some influence on cereals. Moderate hedging pressure entered soybeans and wheat. A decline in parity prices between mid-August and mid-September also brought out a little selling. Buying in lard was based on trade information that the army was in the market for 5,000,000 pounds of cash lard. Wheat closed 1-1| lower, December $2.13i-if, corn was jS-£ lower, December $1.17i-g, oats were unchanged to 1 cent lower, December 67i, rye was unchanged to higher, December $1.453, soybeans were 14 to 2 cents lower, November $2.28*-?, and lard was 2 cents lower to 12 cents a hundred pounds higher, October $11.32. Stock Market Decline Ends New 1'ork, (#>)—The stock market leveled off Saturday almost immediately after an opening gust of selling. Steel and automobile shares' showed the largest losses in the market's first response to the steel strike. Declines generally ranged from fractions to around a point. Prices took their worst licking within a few minutes after the opening bell. For the rest of the session the market coasted along at the lower level. Selling pressure wasn't particularly severe but demand was almost non-existent. This was well illustrated by U. S. Steel Corp. Big steel did not appear on the ticker tape until about 35 minutes after the opening when a block-of 5,000 shares traded at 23, a decline o£ 58. Reports from' the floor of the exchange indicated that meager buying orders caused the delay. Trading volume was unusually tow, with turnover at the rate of! only 350,000 shares or so lor the 2-hour session. SATURDAY GRAIN CLOSE Chicago, (IP) — WHEAT— Dec. Mar. High 92.14',;. 2.15 May 2.0931. July l.Onb CORN- Dec. Mar. ... May July ... OATS— Dec. ... Mar. ... May ... July ... RYE— Dec. ... May .. . July 1.18 LOW 2.14 2.08(a 1.91 1.17',; 1.21*li 1.21 U Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Saturday OUT OF MARKET CATTLE MASON CITY—For Saturday Choice steers and heifers .. $25.00-27.00 Good to choice steers and hellers $24.00-25.00 Good steers and heifers ...'. S23.00-24.00 Medium steers and heifers .. S21.00-Z1.00 Fair steers and heifers .... $15.50-17.00 Plain steers and heifers .... S14.00-15.00 Choice cows 515.00-16.50 Good cows $14.00-15.00 Medium cows 513.00-14.00 Fair cows $13.00-14.00 Good bulls S15.00-17.50 Medium bulls $15.50-18.00 Bologna bulls S16.00-19.00 Canners and cutters $10.00-13.00 CALVES MASON CITY—For Saturday Good to ch. veal, 1GO-220 ibs. S20.00-27.00 Medium S20.00-22.00 Common S15.00~17.00 Culls $14.00 GENUINE SPUING LAMBS Good to choice $21.00 liWES Good to choice lights $7.00-8.00 .08 .57- « 1.4(5 J.51 1.47% SOYBEANS— Nov 2.29V4 Dec 2.30 Mar 2.30'/4 .... 2.273,4 LARD— Oct. ., 11.40 Nov. .1 10.75 Dec 10.77 Jan 10.75 Mar .671 i .03 .57 1.45 1.50 1.47'/* 2.28'i 2.28U 2.28".. 2.2f)V D 11.20 10.55 10.65 10.70 Close •U4'" 2.0B>'« 1.91 U 1.17'.'4-=! 1.20':. 1.21*a .67 ' .57 1.43V. 1.50?'., 1.47% 2.28 '/i-% 2.28 y a - 'A 2.29 2,'25y 0 -2G 11.32 10.70 10.70 10.75 10.72 New York Stocks NEW YORK STOCKS By The Associated Press Final Quotations Saturday Am Tel & Tel 142 Anaconda Cop 26£Armour & Co 6ft Bendix Aviat 30J Beth Steel 27£ Boeing Airplane 20J Chrysler Corp 513 Gen Electric 37 Gen Motors G2& Illinois Central 283 Int Harvester 26 J Int Tel &.Tel 9 Montgomery Ward 50}' N Y Central R R 10i! Radio Corp 113 Sears Roebuck 41J Standard Oil Ind 423 Standard Oil N J 691 Texas Co 6(H U S Steel 23 Today's Club Lists on G. S. Committee Clear Lake—Mines. Don Stork, Harold Thompson and Guy Wis- gerhof were named the Girl Scout committee for Today's club at the lome of Mrs. John Perkins Thursday evening. New officers were n charge and the club voted $5 o the emergency polio fund. Din- ler was at Witke's. Last year's nystery friends were revealed in gift exchange. Mrs. Kenneth Becker, Jewell, an out-of-town nember, was present. Mrs. Peter O. Petersen, who entertains Oct. 12, won the bridge prize. Mrs. Jack Barnes will give a book review for the Oct. 12 program. Mines. Paul Knapp, F. G. Posson, Jack Hutting, Don Coyle and Robert Webb won bridge prizes in the O. H. Bridge club session at the home of Mrs. A. C. Sater. Mrs. Webb is hostess Oct. 12. Stanley Peterson wa.s re-elected chairman of Grant Township Farm Bureau at the Bert Prescott home. Mrs. Robert Cash is Die new secretary. Marion Olson county agent, spoke on ''Resolutions." Refreshments were served The next meeting is Oct. 27. Dean Anderson was choser chairman of Lincoln Township Farm Bureau at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Katz. Willard S Fulghum, Jr., is retiring chairman Mrs. Hazar Hall was named secretary-treasurer. Earl Dean spoke on "Resolutions." Refreshments were served. The next meeting is Oct. 25, the place to be announced. CHICAGO CASH CHAIN (Saturday market) Chicago, (IP) — No wheat. Corn: No. 1 yellow $1.32'/ 2 f®S1.33; No. 2, S1.32'/ 4 iiJ $1.33: No. 3, $1.31&; No. 4, $1.28(fti$l.Z9; No. 5. 51.24; sample grade $1.17 ©$1.19. Oats: No. 1 mixed 69: No. 1 heavy white 70',ii®71: No. 1 white No. 2 white 6034; sample grade white 68©68',i. Soybeans: No. 1 yellow $2.17 a A track country station Illinois and Indiana. Barley malting $l.20@1.62 nominal; feed 90@$1.22 nominal. Mason City Grain At 10 a. m. Saturday Oats, No. 2 56c Corn, No. 2 yellow, 10 days. $1.07 Corn, Dec. 15 90c Medium J5.00-6.00 Soybeans, lO^ay $2.11 Produce (Quotations b; E. C. Morse) At 10 a. m. Saturday Eggs, No. 1 50c Eggs, No. 2 40c Eggs, puUet 25c Hea'vy iiens 19c 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 .... 67-68c Butter, Iowa State Brand. G8-69c The geographic center of the United States is in north-central Kansas. 4-H Club Chooses Richard Cooper to Be New President Clear Lake — Richard Cooper was elected president of Lake's Ambitious Feeders 4-H club at the Clifford Rice home Wednesday evening. K. Ashland is retiring president. Larry Humphrey, vice president, was in the chair. Jack Zook is the new vice president, Franklin Enfield is secretary-treasurer and Ronald Rice is press re'porter. The club meets the 2nd Tuesday evening of each month. • Ronald Wood, Bobby Humphrey, Wayne Zook and Harold Wilson were welcomed as new members. Wallace Johnson, county 4-H club youth assistant, spoke to the group of 4-H club activities. The Rice and Zook families were in charge of recreation which included a treasure hunt and wiener roast. The next meeting is at the Baker schoolhouse Oct. 11 when the new officers take over and the Wood and Wilson families will be in charge. Record books will be reviewed. Betty Wilson and Franklin Enfield were guests Thursday noon of the Mason Ci£y Kiwanis club which entertained the 20 boys and girls of the county who received the highest rating on their record books the past year. Commission Puts Yearlings in Lake Clear Lake — Clear Lake wa stocked Friday with a truckload o adult bluegills and crappies -fron the state's rescue stations at Lan sing. It was reported Friday b the state conservation commissio that the following fish wcr stocked in Cerro Gordo count from the state's nursery panels lo catcd at Beed's lake, northwest o Hampton: 21,175 large mout bass; 1,800 small mouth black bas and 19,825 blue gills were stocked in Clear Lake. In the Shellrock river near Plymouth, 500 small mouth black bass were stocked and 1,000 small mouth black bass were stocked in the Winnebago river near Mason City. All fish were yearlings. Quarter of (lie Southwest Quarter NW'j SWii) of Section ;i, Township HI North, Ilangc ail West ot Ihe nth . M., An undivided one-liiilf Interest in (lie r;iclionul north lialf of the Northwest Quarter (1'r. N',i NW','i) of Section :i, i'ownshl|) il<i North, Hangu If) West of the flth I'. M. or Ihe purpose of paying the dobls und hurges of said estate. You are furthei" notified that the court as fixed 10:00 o'clock a. in. on the 12th ay of October, 194U at the courtroom in le courthouse In Mason City. Cerro lordo County, Iowa at the time and lace of hearing upon said application. You arc further notified that any in- erested person may appear and be heard :i objection to or with reference to said pplicntioi). ADA W. ROBINSON, Administratrix Business Opportunities 18 Death Notices 1 FOR SALE $5500 Grocery store, new building and equipment. Selling on account of health, §5500 One bedroom mod. bungalow. S. E. section. $2500 New 2 bedroom' bungalow, basement, lights, good terms. Hotel—20 rooms, gas heat, all new equipment, doing fine business. Selling on account of health. DAVE RYAN, Realtor Phone 827 Help Wtd., Mole 20 BAUMGARTNER, Mrs. Delia A., 80, died Saturday morning at her home, 226 14th N. W., following a lingering illness. Fu- icral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel at 3:30 p. m., Monday vith the Rev. F. W. Wendland, pastor o£ he Grace Evangelical church, officiating. The Major funeral home hi charge. FRAHM. Jerry Charles, :t year old son of Mr. anil Mrs. John F. Frahm, route J. Clear Lake, tiled at a local hospital at 7:30 p. in.. Thursday following an illneij.s. A prayer service- will be held at 3 p. m., Sunday at ihe McAuloy and Son chfipcl with tiie Hev. Warner M. Hubljard. pastor of the First Methodist church at Clear Lake, officiating. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. This McAuley and Soil funeral home in charge. ROBERTS, John F.. 48, died suddenly at his home. 417 29th S. W.. Friday. Fu~ neral services will be held at the Mujor Memorial chapel at 2 p. m. Monday, with the Rev. Joel Dobbr.-, pastor of Our Saviour's Lutheran church, officiating. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. FO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS 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" 11'/It South Federal Mason City TCH3UY OR SELL a business .'hone 812 or Write Kelly Chapman & Co. "Business Brokers" 310 N. Federal Hotel Hanford Bldg. TANNER, Elmer L., C9, died at his home, 109 19th S. E.. Friday evening after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Monday at the Colonial chapel. Burial will be at Sacred Heart cemetery at Rockwell. The Rosary will be said Saturday and Sunday at 8 p. m. The Colonial funeral home in charge. Notices FOR SALE In downtown Rochester, Minn., CAFE AND 3.2 BEER PLACE Doing a large volume of business. Open 7 days per week. Write FRATZKE REALTY CO. 114 North Broadway Rochester, Minnesota WE HAVE POSITION OPEN FOR A MAN IN Tire Service Dept. Must have sales ability and tire service experience. Above average sa/ary. Paid vacations. Apply in person. Firestone Store MASON CITY, IOWA WANTED—Mechanical draftsmen and engineers for design, layout and detailing. Write giving full information, experience, education, age. salary wanted etc. Steady employment for right men. Construction machinery conveyors, crushers, asphalt plants. Iowa Manufacturing Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENOR'S ASHES, rubbish hauled: custom sawing; wood tor sale. Ph. 5064-J. 21 WANTED— Waitress. Apply in person. Hollywood Cafe. 220 S. Federal WANTED— Dictaphone operator. Steady employment. Pleasant surrounding. Replies strictly confidential. Write F-30, c/o Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Beauty operator by Oct. 17, capable of mgr. shop. Some exp. Guar. and comm. D-30, c/o GIobe-Gazttte. UNLESS special classification of ad is requested, customers must accept classification of advertising department of this paper. For Sale-Grocery & Genera! Store in North Iowa town, 300 population. Will consider some terms. Also trade in of late model car. WRITE B-l, GLOBE-GAZETTE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF KXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 7192. / Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed nnd qualified as Executrix of the estate of Horace S. Beemcr, Deceased, late of Ccrro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. EDNA I,. BEEMER A. J. FEENEY. Attorney Dated September 15, 1949 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Card of Thanks neighbors, relatives, the West Haven Dorcas circle ladies for all the flowers and cards and all other expressions of sympathy. Also Dr. Holman, the Rev. Mr. Rogness and the Patterson nnd James funeral home for the kindnesses at the lime of the death of our wife and mother. Herman Stoltenberg and Roger. Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Stoltenberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stoltenberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sloltenberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arndt and family. Funeral Director COLONIAL Funeral Home, Formerly Meyer's, "The Home of Thoughtful ervice." Ambulance service. Ph. 1505. For Sale by Owner General Store Only store in town of about 300 pop. Completely modern 4 room apartment tn back. Gross sales over $30.000.00 last year. WRITE W-26, GLOBE-GAZETTE CHRISTMAS CARDS 0 for $1, up WITH NAME IMPRINTED. You make fine cash profits showing FREE Samples. Up to 50c profit on 21- Card $1 Assortment, others for Christmas, veryday. Stationery, Napkins, Notes, LASTIC Greetings. Assortment on approval. GROGAN CO., Dept. 114, Wilnette. 111. NIGHT AUCTION Tuesday, Oct. 4 — 8 P. M. AT ST. ANSGAR, IOWA / 30 choice Montana steer calves; 30 choice Montana heifer calves; 20 small Montana calves; 100 choice Montana yearling's; 80 Hereford and Shorthorn heifers; also good local run of butcher stock, bulls, cows, veal calves, etc. Contact us if you have HAY or LIVESTOCK to sell. ST. ANSGAR SALES BARN Ben W. Mouw, Auctioneer — Phone 170 Axel Hanscii, Manager, Phone 304 Office Phone 113 7 Room House at Public Auction Monday, Oct. 3, at 7 P.M. Located at corner of Adams and First St. S. W. TO BE REMOVED FROM PREMISES THF HOUSE: 7 rooms, 4 rooms on first floor and two rooms and bath on second floor. HOT AIR FURNACE WITH GAS BURNER. ONE CAR GARAGE: REASON FOR SELLING: BEING THAT THE NEW SALVATION ARMY BUILDING WILL BE BUILT ON THE SITE. IT IS NECESSARY THAT THIS HOUSE BE SOLD AND RE- Science Scholarship Awards Explained Clear Lake — Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, announces the receipt of material concerning the Bausch and Lomb honorary scholarship award made every spring in high schools throughout the United States. Students who rank high in science studies should familiarize themselves with the terms of the competition and prepare early for entrance, she said. The awards are made by the Bausch & Lomb Optical company at the University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. The Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award is presented to outstanding high school science students. Winners of these awards are eligible to compete for the scholarships. The company suggests that the local winner be notified by school authorities early in the school year and that he make and file tin application for the scholarship by March 10. When the committee has reviewed all scholarship applications a selection is made of about 20 candidates who may complete. These finalists are invited to Rochester for 2 days, with expenses paid, for interviews and competitive tests. Four scholarships valued at $1,- fiOO each are given. Other scholarships of equivalent value may be awarded runnersup. At the present time the University of Rochester has enrolled 20 students who have received the Bausch and Lomb Science Scholarships and 20 others who have received scholarships as runnersup. NOTICE OF EXTENSION OF EXISTENCE OF DAMON'S INCORPORATED To Whom It May Concern: . Notice is hereby given that the existence of Damon's, Incorporated, has been renewed for a period of 20 years, to commence on the 17th day of October, 1949, and to terminate at the expiration of 20 years from said date. All pursuant to Chapter 384, Title XIV of the 1939 Code of Iowa, and laws amendatory thereto, nnd that the Articles of Incorporation of said corporation provides as follows: 1. Tlie name ot the corporation is Damon's, Incorporated, and its principal nlace of transacting business is 107-11 North Federal Avenue. Mason City. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. 2. The general nature of the business to be transacted by such corporation is to do all things necessary and proper lo manufacture, purchase, sell and distribute merchandise for personal, household and general use and ornament, and to do all things necessary, usual and proper by persons dealing in goods, wares and merchandise for personal, domestic, household or general use. 3. The amount of the capital stock authorized by the Articles of Incorporation is 5100,000.00, which is to . be paid as follows, of which $70.000.00 has already been subscribed and paid. 4. The corporation commenced its corporate existence on the 17th day ol October. 192!). and its corporate period as fixed by its Articles of Incorporation will expire on the 17th clay of October 1949. and its existence is hereby extemJec for 20 years. 5. The ruTatr.q of such corporation are to be conducted by three directors, nnc until the first annual meeting ot tlie stockholders after the date of the renewal of existence, the following namcc persons, to wit: Harry J. W. Nichaiu, St. Louis, Mo. Leonard Langencckert, St. Louis. Mo. Robert n. Richter, St. Louis. Mo. shall be the directors of the corporation The executive directors ot the corporation shall be a President, Vice President, Sec relary and Treasurer, who shall be chosei by the affirmative vote of a majority o Iho Board at the first meeting after It first annual meeting of the stockholders de-scribed above. fi. There is no limitation to the amount of indebtedness to which said corporation may subject itself. 7. The private property of the stockholders of such corporation shall be exempt from the debts of said corpora- linn. Dated (his 12th day of September. 1949. Eagle Grove Jaycees Defeat Britt 12-0 Brill—Eagle Grove junior College defeated the Britt jaycces 12- Q in a football game played here. The Britt line played outstanding defensive ball but the visitors clicked on 2 long passes for touchdowns. Benny Kling and Mort Williams turned in the best games for Britt with Duane Tideback showing up well in the visitors' backfield. VIAJOR FUNERAL Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Ambulance. Meets Your Need." .IcAULEV & SON Funeral Homo. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call G51. PATTERSON-JAMES Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. 322 N Washington. Ph. 1140. Personals IT'S REALLY the doings how odorless Finn Foam cleans rugs and upholstery. Damons. REST HOME for the ill or aged. Also can arrange for elderly couple's care. 104 Gth St. S. W. Phone 4G32. GROCERIES Have two business buys, each in 300 pop. town, one 40 mi. east M. C,. the other 40 mi west. Both are doing over $70,000 a year. Priced $4000 and $5500 and inv. with terms. CAFE Near M. C. in 1000 pop. town, really well equipped and doing good business, swell mod. apartment to live in, rent is reasonable priced at $5000—only $3000 down TAVERNS • Have several in good N. C. Iowa towns, from $4000 to $14,000. Better look these over before you buy IT PAYS TO SEE FLANAGAN REALTY TO BUY OR SELL On East Main St., Belmond, Iowa Phone 2<i3 Lost, Found LOST—Bunch of keys near Congregational church. Reward. Phone 434. FOR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED IMPLEMENT BUSINESS In R good Northeast Iowa county sea town. Have three of the best lines o farm machinery. Stock and equipmen it net Inventory. Buildings and lots ca be purchased or leased. Reason for selling, owner retiring. WRITE B-27, GLOBE-GAZETTE LOST—Model airplane with gas motor, Forest park vicinity. Reward. 1130 4th S. W. Phone 4143. LOST—Saturday, on hi-way BS, G miles north of Mason City, near junction of Plymouth road, gunny sack containing few potatoes, 1 dark grey jacket and 1 leather jacket with D. F. L., Hawaii, Alaska, painted on back. Cpl. Donald F. Lee, Nashua. Iowa. Money to Loan 8 DID YOU KNOW? that the easiest place To Borrow Money in North Iowa is at the INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPT. First National Bank Mason City, Iowa <Se.in (Signed) ROBERT R. RICUTER, Secretary MOVED. HOUSE TO BE REMOVED WITHIN 30 DAYS. TERMS: CASH. SALVATION ARMY, OWNERS Joe Rrisch, Auctioneer CALMAR, TRIPOLI PLAY TO G-6 DEADLOCK Calmar—The Calmar nnd Tripoli high school football teams played to a fi-fi tie here Friday afternoon. Three Calmar players, Carl Meyer, Slierold Sluka and D.arryl Wangsncss were injured in the game. NOTICE OF TIIE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 7224. Noticu Is hereby given, that the undersigned hns been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate ot John P. Washington. Deceased, late ot Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. EVA WASHINGTON n. C. SULLIVAN, Attorney Dated September 35. l!i49 S. H. MacPEAK. Cleric District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy NOTICH IN THE D1STHICT COURT OF IOWA, in nnrt for Cerro Gorcln County. In the Matter of the F.slnlc of Kvrrclt II. Robinson, Deccnsril. To Ada W. Itohlnson. Hlclmril II. Robinson, Kenneth I,. Robinson anil to all person* Interested In (lie estate of Kverelt II. Robinson, rfccenseil, nnd tn nil persons Interested In the rral estate hereinafter described: You and each of you ju-c hereby notified that there Is now on file with the clerk of the riistricl court ot Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County, Ihe application of the tmdnrsiRned as administratrix of the estate of Everett H. Robinson, deceased, for authority lo sell tho interest of salt! Everett II. Robinson in and to tho real estate situated in Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa, rloscrlbcd as: Lot I'i in IMock (IK in Mrxervey's Addition to Mnson Cily, Inwa, except tlin ••UN! 101..-, tret, thereof, Tlie. rnsl ".H feet of Lot V In C. II. D.iy'i .Snliiilvliinn of the NorlliweH Quick Service LOANS UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE Over Ford Hapkins Drug Store Phone 57 CASH LOANS—S20 to $300. Household Finance Corporation. 117'a N, Federal Phone 541. LOANS—$25 to S.100. State Finance Co. 201 Weir BldR Phone 103(1 SEE the United Home Bnnk it Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans. LOANS, Federal Discount. Ifl'.i Nortl Federal, Telephone Slfi Up to 20 months to repay. "$20 to $300 Loans ASK MRS. SIMON 2fi years friendly servico. Room 321—Third Floor—Thirst Natl. Bldg. Phone -112 Security Loan Co. WANTED Experienced Bookkeeper Over 35 Wholesale House WRITE P. O. BOX 224 WANTED—Housekeeping work. Write W- 30, Globe Gazette. WANTED—Spray painting, farm and commercial bldgs. No job too small or large. All work guar. Ralph Wachsman, Ph. 4455-M. WANTED Carpenter Work New Construction, Remodeling, Cabinet Work. Let us help you plan your horn*. Free estimates. FLOYD V BKUCE U20 si President Phone I8I6-LW THE ONLY AUTHORIZED MAYTAG Sales and Service In Mason City and Cerro Gordo County Factory trained mechanics. Genuine Maytag parts. A guarantee that means something. HOME APPLIANCE CO. Phone 162 201-203 South Federal Mason City, Iowa VANTED— Housekeeping job. Write W-l, Globe-Gazette. WANTED Housekeeper or Practical Nurse 'or elderly couple ,at Perry, Iowa. Top wages. . . ."' Phone 3029-W LADIES—Earn extra money wearing and selling gilt Jewelry. No investment. Mission Products, 5636 Roeland Drive, Mission, Kans. TRANSFER LINE Office at 823 Fourth St. S. W. for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. HEIMENDINGER CALL 1070 Floor Sander Rental Renew your old floors to reduce cost. Rent Ward's Hi-Grade Floor Sanding Machines. All equipment in first class shape. $2.75 for 12 hour period. $3.50 for 24 hour period. $4.50 for week-ends. Montgomery-Ward REMODELING—All kinds. F. H. A. financing. Free estimates. Stoddard Construction Co. Call 5622-W days or eves. WANTED—2 energetic ladies with cars for demonstrating work. Excellent earnings. No experience or investment necessary. Write O-29, c/o Globe-Gazette. TREE TRIMMING moval. Call 682. and Neat Appearing Woman Able to meet public. 5 evenings per week. 3 hours per evening. Can earn $50.00 per week. Car necessary. Rapid advancement. For appointment or confidential interview, WRITE N-29, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED— Someone to care for elderly invalid lady in her modern home for one month. Write A-l, Globe-Gazette. 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. Instruction 28 Salesmen 25 COMPLETE your high school at hom« in spare time. No classes. All texts furnished^ Diploma. Write American Schools. Box 205, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. FOR SALE—Gamble Store with grocer dept. Large brick building in sma Iowa town on highway No. 3. Write F-23, c/o Globe-Gazette. Will Be Hiring Men Next Week. ANDREWS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 620 N. Massachusetts WANTED—Service salesman and shop supervisor for auto parts, accessories and tire store. Prefer man between 30 and 45 years of age. Must be good salesman and be capable of supervising shop operations. Very good starting salary and a good future for the right man. Apply by letter, giving full details, to Frank J. Enbusk, Bldg. 309 1st Nat'l. Bank Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE — Master Line nil steel corn cribs or bins. Sec them ol 508 S Federal. Iowa Master Breeders. Business FOn SALE — Modern self-service grocery doing $100,000 ycnrly business. New fixtures. A very profitable business hut owner has urgent outside business nnd says sell within ihp next 3 weeks. Will sell or rent building. The A. M. "Mill" Malmor Co., realtors, J)2:t Ilycln bide., Albert Lea. Minn FOR SALE—Sm.'ill coffee shop doing cx- cellonl business. Irknl sltu.-iUon for ninu nnrl wlfo. Ill hrnlth forces sale. I'rotil will ropny purrhnso priro in 1!> months. Located in St. AnsKtir. Ifiwn. Allied Service Company. P. O. Hnx F, St. Ansgnr, Iowa. Phone 31j. Sales Opportunity An interesting, proi'itablc career is open to tlie right young man selling Norgc Home Appliances and other top lines we handle. Must be of good character, able to meet the public and have car. Mason City and near vicinity territory. Attractive compensation, nationally and locally advertised products, thorough training program, sales helps and plenty of leads. Consistent worker is assured a good income. Sec Mr. Makecver DAMON'S APPLIANCE CENTER 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 SALESMEN—Put yourself in line for big money, real future. Keep stores supplied with 5c-10c to SI counter goods. Nationally advertised. Top profits for j-ou and merchants. Liberal deals boost sales. Sideline or full time. WORLD'S PRODUCTS, Dept. C-315, Spencer, Ind. Wanted-Salesman To SELL EN-AR-CO.OILS AND EN-AR-CO Greases to Dealers and Jobbers in .North Central Iowa territory. Must have car. Salary and expense or commission. Write giving qualifications. NORTH WESTERN'OIL co. 1201 City Natl Bank Bldg. Omaha, Nebraska Business Lo coitions 30 FOR SALE—Building with 4 lots on Central Ave., NortVuvood. T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. FOR RENT Warehouse and Storage ON TRACKAGE 4,000 SQ. FT. Phone 1335 Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—2 rm. turn. apt. for 2 working girls, or will share with working girl. 227 4th St. N. W. FOR RENT—Nicely furn. slpg. room for employed couple or 2 girls. Cooking privileges if desired. Phone 4324-J. FOR RENT—Pleasant slpg. rm., gent, pref. 28 13th N. E. Phone 4808-J. FOR RENT—Slpg. rm., city heat, close in. Gentlemen pref. Ill 2nd S. E. FOR RENT—Sleeping room,. Ph 3598-R. SELL New Automatic Floor Waxer. Trigger on Handle. Hands never touch Floors or Wax. Retails S2.95. Profit 125%. Write SMITH, INC.. Greenfield 27, Mass, WANTED—Carpenters. Report to Lnhor temple office, 13',-j N. Federal. Ph. B59. WANTED—Young man tor clerking. No cxp. nee. Apply in person, Engler Drug. MECHANIC 44 hour week with opportunity for advancement, group insurance, paid vacation. Apply in person to Joe Poustcr INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Wanted, Carpenters and Laborers FOR BRIDGE WORK L. J. Nelson, Northwood, Iowa Phone 334-W Box 292 Services Offered 27 CURTAINS laundered. 50e panel. Ph. 5933-W. WANTED—Hauling, ashes,- rubbish, etc. Ph. 5487-J. MIRRORS resllvered Guaranteed Mack- ots. 417 2nd St N W Ph. 782 SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—alt makes, parts ond supplies Mason Cit\ Appliance store 211 S Federal Phone I 103 WALLPAPER hanging is our business. Phone 3441-W. ASHES and rubbish nauled: basements cleaned Call 3125-R WIN DOW GLASS Get ready for cold weather now. See CooVs for glass replacements. WINDOW GLASS PLATE GLASS Cook Paint £r Varnish ll&S. Federal Phone 1017 OEGEN hardwood Hoor service Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. FOR RENT—Hoom for 2 girls Oct. 1st. 204 West State St. FOR RENT—Light hskpg. rm. Elderly lady only. Ph. 236G-W. FOR RENT—2 sleeping rooms and cne stall garage. 812 N. Wash. Ph. 973. FOR RENT—Small, newly furn. slp.% rm. Gentlemen. Forest Park. 812 First N. W. FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms, single nnd twin beds. 22 N. Jefferson. FOR RENT—Rm. and kitchenette apt., city heat. 203 2nd S. E. FOR RENT—2 room furn. apt. for working couple. Also 3 slpg. rnis. 412 E. State St. Ph. C049-M. FOR RENT—Mod. furn. apt. Working people. 943 9th St. N. E. Ph. 5032-W. Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT—2 bcdrm. mod. furn. house. S. Shore, C. Lake. .Immediate poss. Phone 1335. FOR RENT—Furn. 3 bedrm., all mod. bungalow, 2 blks. W. of Surf. Art Armsbury, 1104 No. Shore Dr., Clear Lake. Iowa. FOR RENT New Modern House Two bedrooms, bath, kitchen, dinette. Full basement. Gas heat. Automatic hot water. Good location. PHONE 555 CLEAR LAKE Houses for Sale 35 WILL SHARE .imnll house on fnrm with ' couple for winter. Write L-l, Globc- Ga/.ettc. FOR SALE—Hovise trailer. Look 11 over. Make an offer. Seo Alvin Nelson, 2nd house W. of Clear Lake football field. FOR REAL estate consult C. R. Brown, realtor. Selling homes is our specialty. C

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