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14 Sept. 24, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle; Mason City, la. Midwest Livestock (SATURDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea. Austin. Waterloo Minn. Minn. Trend -5c lower Steady -jc Good Butchers— lower 140-150 Ibs . $IO.!)0 150-160 Ibs $13.50 $12.90 160-170 Ibs $14.50 §13.00 . S14.50 170-180 Ibs 515.50 $15.75 SIG.Ofl 1BO-200 Ibs $17.75 180 ISO Ibs $17.25 $17.25 190-200 Ibs ?18.25 $18,00 200-220 Ibs $19.00 Sl».25 $19.00 220-240 Ibs $19.00 $13.25 $19.00 240-270 Ibs $18.75 $18.75 $18.75 270-300 Ibs $18.00 §18.23 $18.25 300-330 Ibs $17.75 $17.75 $17.75 330-360 Ibs $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs ,.,..$17.75 $18.00 $17.75 300-330 Ibs. $17.75 $17.50 $17.50 330-360 Ibs $17.00 $!(i.75 S17.flO 360-400 Ibs $16.00 S1G.OO $10.25 400-450 Ibs $15.00 $15.25 $15.50 450-500 Ibs $14.00 $14.25 $14.75 500-550 ibs $13.00 $13.00 $13.75 Cedar Rapids 25c lower Slii.75 $17.75 $19.00 S13.00 $18.75 $10.25 S17.75 S17.25 $17.75 $17.50 $17.00 $16.50 $15.75 $15.00 $14.00 Livestock Price Steady Chicago, (fP) — Livestock prices were nominally steady Saturday. The bulk of hog sales were quoted at $18.25 to $20.00 nominal, with a nominal .top of $20.50. Soybeans in Price Drop Chicago, (fP) — Wheat futures firmed in late trading Saturday, with buyers finding offerings scarce. Soybeans showed more action than grains and dipped more Butler to Sit at Court Term Allison—The September term of Butler county district court will convene at Allison Monday with the Hon. William P. Butler of Mason City as presiding judge. The grand jury will report Monday at 10 a. m. and the trial jury will report on Monday, Oct. 3, at 10 a. m. Assignment o£ cases will be made at 11 a. m. Monday, Sept. 26. The civil docket lists 2fi new cases which is the largest since the May, 1944, term. Three of the cases are automobile damage cases in which amounts of $21,638.40, $5,000 and $474.25 are asked. Also listed is the case of Delia Turner Watson against the executors of the Delia Turner estate, Allen Memorial hospital, Presbyterian hospital, Waterloo Western Old People's home and Sartori Memorial hospital of Cedar Falls in which plaintiff asks that the will of Delia Turner be set aside for the reason, the plaintiff alleges, that she was incompetent to make a will. Hog prices worked lower all 1 than a cent at times. week, in line with sharp declines in some fresh pork cuts. U. S. D. A.—Salable hogs 300; compared Friday last week: Butchers over 200 Ibs. $1@1.50 lower, lighter weights $1.50@2.50 lower; sows SI lower. Hog prices worked lower consistently all week, with most pressure on lightweights scaling less than 200 Ibs. The decline was in line with sharp declines in some fresh pork cuts. Outside orders for hogs were curtailed and local demand was narrow. Receipts consisted largely of hew crop butchers weighing 180-220 Ibs., with heavier weights scarce. Approximately 26 per cent sows compared 32 per cent the previous week. Week's top was $21-25 paid Monday with closing top at $20.50. Choice butchers scaling 230-270 Ibs. were top sellers. Friday's bulk good and choice butchers over 200 Ibs. brought $19.50® '20.25 with a few loads 230-270 Ibs. at 520.50. Most 190-200 Ibs. brought §18.75® 19.75; 150-1BO Ibs. at $1<>©18.50. Bulk sows 360 Ibs. and less brought $1B© 19.25; 375425 Ibs. at S17@18; 450-550 Ibs. at $15.50® 17, a few down to $14.50. Salable cattle 500; compared Friday last week: Steers grading average-choice and better steady, lower grades unevenly 50c <S)$2 lower with most off on medium to low-good kinds; choice heifers scarce steady, others 50c@1.30 lower, cows also 50e@1.50 lower, medium beef cows oft most; bulls and vealers $1@1.50 lower itockers and feeders 25®75c lower; earlj top $34.75 for 2 loads choice to prime 1,115 and 1,325 Ibs. fed steers, after Monday the top was $34 with most good anc choice fed steers and yearlings «2C.50(& 33.25, medium to low-good grades largely $19.50@26, common to low-medium grass ers~$17@18.50; few loads choice heifer. $29.50@30.50, bulk good to low-choic heifers $25.50@29; beef cows closed a P18.50 down; late bulk common and me dium grades $14© 1G with canners an< cutters $12® 14; medium and good sausagi bulls late $17@1R.50; closing practical tor vealers $28; load choice yearling feedinr steers $25, bulk medium to low-choic feeding steers and yearlings $iaf©23.50 several loads common weighty feeder $17; good 613-lb. Montana feeding heif crs $21. Salable sheep 100: compared Friday las week: Slaughter lambs $1@1.50 lower. Early top $24. Closing top- high-choice Colorados $23.25; bulk good and choice lambs late $21.50©23; common and medium $19@21; yearlings 50c®1.00 off, medium to high-choice kinds $18@21, top $21; sheep strong to 50c higher on both killer and replacement account; native and western slaughter ewes $G.50@10, mostly $7.50®9.50; all suitable western and native short-term to good-mouthed ewes on breeder account at S10r<J12.50, with good to choice yearlings to $20 and above; receipts seasonally larger at big markets, dressed lamb trade sharply lower. Cash wheat was steady to firm, nd this encouraged some wheat luying. There was little in the lews to interest traders, but they howed little inclination to sell nost of the time. Government bids or cash wheat were reported un- hanged. Soybeans slumped on hedge sell- ng against purchases of cash seans in the country- Also leading o some selling was the belief that more hedging will enter the market Monday, due to harvest opera- lions now under way. Wheat closed -i to 3 higher than ;he previous finish, December -jJ, corn was i up to £ down, December $1.151-J, oats were unchanged to tl up, December 67, rye was ^ lower to £ higher, December $1.422, soybeans were off •£ to 2i cents, November $2.25-2.24A, and lard was unchanged to 8 cents a hundred pounds lower, October $10.95. HERE and THERE Garner—Mrs. Cora Cassill returned to her home at Long Beach, Cal., Thursday after spending 2 weeks here with her cousin, Mrs. V. P. Casp.erson, and relatives and friends in Mason City. Forest City—Mrs. Floyd VaUey and son, Jerry, are in Hot Springs, Ark., where they plan to spend the winter. Mr. Valley is a patient at the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines. Garner — Joanne Steinberg, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steinberg, was recently elected queen of the Garner band and will represent the organization at the Algona band festival Oct. 1. Greene—Relatives from Waverly, Tipton, Bennett, Chester, Vilmar, Allison, Aredale, Bristow and Greene attended the Bochman reunion at the Henry Bochman country home s o u t hw e s t of Greene. Garner—Henry Lemon of Man- Station KSMN Holds 2nd Annual Safety Contest Safely, a vital part of our everyday lives, is the theme oE an essay j contest being conducted by radio station KSMN in Mason City. Everyone is eligible to enter this civically important contest. The essay must be written in 300 words or less. Station KSMN is especially interested in getting students into this area-wide contest. The rules are easy: Just write, in 300 words or less, on your ideas of safety in the home, on the highway and in everyday living. Each week a winner will be chosen and driven to station KSMN by the state highway patrol to participate in an interview over KSMN at 9:45 on Saturday morning. The overall winner will receive a $50 savings bond and will also be interviewed over the station. Each week's winner will receive a prize of $5. This contest will continue for 4 weeks and starts next Monday, Sept. 26. It's important and beneficial to yourself 'and to your community to take a vital interest in this important contest. The "Safety in Our Town" program is on station KSMN each day at 6:30 a. m., 9:30 a. in., and 2 p. m. • Address essays to Station KSMN in Mason City. hold and general use and ornament, and to do nil things necessary, usual and proper by persons dealing In goods, wares and merchandise for personal, domestic, household or general use. 3. The amount o£ the capital stock by the Articles o as follows, of which $70,000.00 has already been subscribed and paid. 4. 'The corporation commenced its corporate existence on the 17th dny» of Oclobcr, 11)23. and its corporate period Business Opportunities J8 TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS CAFES in or near M. C. $3-$ 14.000. GROCERIES-MEATS $3,000-57,030. TAVERNS, $(J,000-$12,500. 3-HOTELS, 2 with beer permits. OLDSMOB1LE-GMC Trucks. Town of 40,000. DAIIUEK-CREAMERIES SI 5,000 -$30,000. LOCKER PLANTS, up to 1,200 lockers. . : , -, A i • i ft - , *i nn L l-jU^rvCiJA n-/n,n *. •a, wj* iw •» >*-VTJ *\s\.n.*.* as fixed by Us Articles of Incorporation I BULK OIL with stat ion. large volume, will expire on the 17th day of October JUTE Bo y-PiN BALL route. 1 or 2 iM Salesmen 25 OLDER Salesmen paid Top Money! New deal! All trades buy! Fast Recorders pay big! Protected lerritoryl Volume-Sales Co.. 715-C2 Colorado Building. Denver, Colo. Services Offered 27 WANTED—Work by exp. middle aged housekeeper. Write N-23, c/o Globe- Gazette. Instruction 28 Calmur — Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Conover and daughter Jean and Miss Emma Olson spent Thurs- d a y sightseeing at Prairie du Chien, Wis. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bergman, former managers of the Calmar hotel. LEGAL NOTICES 1949. and us existence is hereby extended for 20 years. a. The affairs ot such corporation arc to be conducted by three directors, and until the first annual meeting oj the stockholders after the date of the renewal of existence, the following named persons, to wit: Harry J. W. Niehaus, St. Louis, Mo. Leonard Langeneckcrt, St. Louis, Mo. Robert R. Rlchter, St. Louis, Mo. shall be the directors of tho corporation. The executive directors of the corporation shall be a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, who shall be chosen by the affirmative vote of a majority of the Board at the first meeting after its first annual meeting of the stockholders described above. G. There is no limitation to the amount of indebtedness to which said corporation may subject itself 7. The private property of tho stockholders of such corporation shall be exempt from the debts of said corpora- Dated this 12th day of September, 1949. (Signed) ROBERT R. RICHTER, (Sea |, Secretary NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF AnMINISTKATJUX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7224. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified us Administratrix of the estate ui John P. Washington, Deceased, late of Cerro 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. EVA WASHINGTON B. C. SULLIVAN, Attorney Dated September 15, 1949 S. 11. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy JUTE BOX-PIN BALL route, 1 or 2 rts. AUTO SERVICE, less than cost. Estab. VARIETY STORE, living quarters. GARAGE BLDG. 48x105, Agency possib. INVESTMENT PROPERTIES. MANY OTHERS, TERMS ARRANGED. PHILLIPS-GRAY CO. "Business Exchange" II 1 ,-; S. Federal. Phone 2128. Eve. 515 He! P WANTED—Furnace installers. Colonial Furnace Co., 408 S. Fed. WANTED—Man for farm work who can drive tractor. Write M-24, Globe-Gazette. » SALESMAN Due to our Out State expansion program Nationally-known Manufacturer has openings for 4 neat ambitious men with cars. Sales experience valuable but not necessary. All men trained by factory representative. We will prove to you in the field Your Earnings Will Exceed $500.00 Per Month If we do not prove these COMPLETE your high school at home in spare time. No classes. All texts .irnlshcd. Diploma. Write American chools. Box 205. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Saturday's Market) Chicago, (IP) —Cash wheat No. 3 red $2.06; No. 4 red $2.01 V*; corn No. 2 yel- No. 4 yellow $1.25'/a; low No. 5 yellow Si.21; oats No. 1 heavy mixed G7'/ 2 c; No. 1 mixed CG^ic; No. 1 white 67 'Ac; barley malting $1.20© 1.62 nominal; feed 90c<fi.l.22 nominal. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7192. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate CIIICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Saturday's Market) Chicago, (3>) — WHEAT— High Low Dec $2.IS S2.12'/i March 2.12',b 2.11*-, May 2.05?., 2.041 a Julv 1.87?:. 1.87 K. CORN— Dec l.la^i l.lSVn March May 1.20U 1.19 7 li July 1.20 5 u 1.20'n OATS— Close $2.12Ti ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS Chicago, yp)—Unofficial estimated live- itock receipts for.Monday. Hogs 14,000; cattle 14,000; sheep 4,000. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Saturday Steady: Good light lights .'. 160-170 $13.75 Good light lights "" Dec G7 March May 62^ July 56*4 RYE— Dec 1.43U May 1.47 3 ,i July 1.42 SOYBEANS— Nov 2.2C :1 A Dec. 2.27 170-180 $15.75 March 2.28 May 2.25 LARD— Oct 10.95 Nov 10.22 Dec 10.30 Jan March .00 ?b .{J2-.4 1.47 1 4 1.41' 2 2.24',i 2.25 ! 4 2. US'/. 2.23 Vi 10.85 10.20 10.17 2.05% 1.15 3 ,4 1.18»i 1.20V4 i.20'/ 2 .G7 .5G 3 ,4 1.42=4 1.47^4 2.25 2.25'/2 2.2GV4 2.24 10.93 10.22 10.22 10.25 10.22 Good light lights 180-200 $17.75 Good med. weights 200-220 $19.00 Good med. weights U20-240 $19.00 Good med. weights 240-270 $19.00 Good med. weights 270-300 $18.50 Good med. weights 300-330 $18.00 Good med. weights 330-360 $17.50 Good sows 270-300 $18.00 Good sows '...' 300-330 $18.00 Good sows 330-360 $17.50 Good 'sows 360-400 $16.75 Good sows 400-450 $16.00 Good sows .450-5CO $15.00 No hogs received after 5'"p. m.—Jacob E. Decker & Sons. CATTLE MASON CITY—For Saturday Mason City Grain At 10 a. m. Saturday Oats, No. 2 56c Corn, No. 2 yellow, 10 days Corn, Dec. 15 Soybeans, Oct $1.04 88c $2.08 Choice steers and heifers $25.00-27.00 Good to choice steers and heifers $24.00-25.00. Good steers and heifers .... 523.00-24.00 Medium steers and heifers .. J21.00-23.00 Fail steers and heifers .... S15.SO-17.00 Plain steers and heifers .... S14.00-15.00 Choice cows $15.00-18.50 Good cows $14.00-15.00 Medium cows * J ?'Sn"ti'nn Fnir cows S 13.00-14.00 Good bulls $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 Saturday Good to ch. veal. 160-220 Ibs. 326.00-27,00 820,00-22.00 Culls GENUINE SPUING LAMBS Good to choice $21.00 EWES Good tO ChOicO lights S-'Sn'I'SS Medium •••_• *=.00-6.00 Produce (Quotation! by E. O. Morse) At 10 a. m. Saturday 50c 40c Eggs, No. 1 ............. Eggs, No. 2 ......... >. ..... EggS, pullet . . .:.:• . . ...... Heavy hens ............. Leghorn hens Springs, heavy breeds Springs, Leghorns Old cocks, heavy breeds Leghorn cocks ........ ..: 2dc l«c 12c Eggs, at retail 53-60c Butter, Corn Country .... 69-71c Butter, Iowa State Brand. 70-72c Worth FWC~Members Return From Meeting Manly—Mrs. J. F. Bilker, county president o£ the Federated Clubs of Worth county, attended the s state meeting at Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. S. S Westly also of Manly and Mrs. Lawrence Tompto of Northwood were also present. , ...... Mrs. Bitker reports a district meeting to be held at Cresco Tuesday, Oct. 11. . Mrs. Bitker was .m Joice recently, where a Federated club of young women was organized, which will be known as the "Young Mothers Study club." The gtarting membership is 15. Name Member Drive Leaders Garner—Paul G. Shurts, Hancock county Farm Bureau field- man, this week announced that 12 of the 16 township Farm Bureau membership captains have been appointed to serve the coming year. The other 4 will be selected shortly. Each of the captains named will receive a trip to Des Moines Sept. 28 for the first kick-off to a statewide membership campaign ever to be staged in Iowa. At the Des Moines meeting they will hear Senator Guy Gillette, Governor William Beardslcy, and Iowa Farm Bureau President Howard Hill. In _addition to the speaking program' they will be treate/1 to a barbecue at the state fair grounds and an evening of top professional entertainment. Township captains named to date are: Bingham, Richard Brown; Madison, Paul Steiff; Ellington, Howard Kester; Orthel Urban Lickteig; Britt, John Appelhons; Garfield, Leonard Prochaska; Concord, Clint Daniels; Ell, Lawrence Greiman; Avery, William Rinehart; Amsterdam; William Steinhoff; Liberty, Aaron Stromer, and Erin, Bob Hewlett. Cresco Cubs to Hold Ceremony for 7 initiates nome, Minn., is visiting with friends in Garner and attending to business matters. Osage—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin left this week for Longview, Wash., where Mr. Martin is to be employed by the Long Bell Lumber company. Garner—Mrs. J. R. Baggs, and her sister, Mrs. Susan Craft are visiting at the homes of John and Robert Baggs at Erlton, N. J. Bancroft—Friends and neighbors dropped in to help Mrs. Carrie Nagel celebrate her 84th birthday with her son Earl whose birthday was also the same day. Garner—B. L. Farus, former shop foreman on the Leader and Signal staff here, has accepted a position as shop foreman for a newspaper at Beresford, S. Dak. Forest City—Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jacobs have returned from Chicago where they spent several days. Garner—Mrs. Hazel McMahon returned to her home at Clinton after several days here for the funeral o£ her mother, Mrs. Thomas McMahon. Forest City—Mrs. Avis Larson and Neva Patterson accompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs. Carrie Patterson of Smithland, have completed a 2-week trip to Washington, D. C. ' Garner—Mrs. Al J. Brueckner attended the Great Northwest Giftwares show in the twin cities recently. She was accompanied by Mrs. N. E. Brear and Mrs. W. C. Ziesmer. Fenton—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weis- of Horace S. Beemer, Deceased, late of Cerro 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 L. BEEMER A. J. FEEI>TEY, Attorney Dated September 15, 1949 S H MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy Card of Thanks ii^ J -^^>^«^s^fcXX>^^^i^^»i^^^~-^^..f~. —**r-*r* WE WISH to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends anc neighbors for their acts of kindness anc expressions of sympathy and also for the beautiful floral tributes and memoria gifts at the time of the death of our wife The Eli Goodnow Family Funeral Director : VANTED—Experienced body and paint man. Permanent employment, latest equipment. Apply in person Thurow Moors, Osage, Iowa. MEN wanted to sell world's leading line of electrical appliances and refrigerators in and around Mason City. Hundreds of existing prospects. Leads furnished. Excellent compensation. Our employes know of this ad. Write B-20. c/o Globe-Gazette. WANTED: Good experienced furnace and sheet metal man. Old established business. Steady work, good pay for right man. C. E. BURTON PLBG. & HTG, Iowa Falls, Iowa WANTED—Dependable married man on farm by year. Running water and elec. in house. S. A. Deam, Chapin. Iowa. WANTED—Scrub man. Apply Park Inn If we do not prove these earnings to you in one week's time then we suggest you find other employment. This is nut books magazines, vacuum cleaners or aluminum ware. ACT NOW Own your home and the nice things in life DO NOT PHONE APPLY IN PERSON Sunday September 25, 1949, 10 a. m. to p. m . — Monday, September 26 1949, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. HANFORD HOTEL Mason City, la. Field Mgr. Mr. Caddell Interviewing AD CHASERS AND FLOATERS DO NOT APPLY. Business Locations^_^| FOR RENT Warehouse and Storage ON TRACKAGE 4,000 SQ. FT. Phone 1335 FOR RENT . OFFICE ROOM Furnished or unfurnished. See J. B. YOUNGBLOOD and SON Phone 36 FOR RENT—Store bldg at 217 N. Fed. Also 6,000 sq. ft. whse. space. Beck Bros. Co. Phone 134. Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. 627 N. Fed. FOR RENT—Large room, twin beds. 13 7th St. N. W. Close in. Ph. 2467-W. Hotel. WANTED—Man for bakery_work. Clear Lake Bakery. and mother. ORIGINAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA. Gordo County. in and for Cerro 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. Central Auto Electric Company, Plaintiff, X'S. Theodore (Ted) Worsley, and Richard (Dick) Worsley, Defendants To the above named defendants: You arc hereby notified that a petition of the above named plaintiff in the above entitled action is now on file in the office of the Cleric of ihe above named Court, and which petition prays for judgment against you in the sum of S12G7.50, plus the costs of this action, and further that a writ of attachment issue against the property of the defendants. Petition alleges that on June 30, 1048, defendant. Theodore (Ted) Worsley made and executed his promissory note in the sum of S1200.00. plus interest at 5% per annum, in favor of the plaintiff herein, and that no part of said note has ever been paid, and that the same is now in default and due and owing in its PATTERSON-J A M. E S Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140. Personals WANTED—1 rider to Los Angeles soon. Write D-23, c/o Globe-Gazette. Farm Experience Will Pay Off If you can meet people and ii you like farmers you may have what I'm looking for. This is a different sales job with thorough training and no stock or credit to carry. Full time permanent work near Mason City, Nora Springs and Osage. Backed by reputable 60 year old company, home nights. Only hard workers with reputation for fair dealings between 25 and 50 with dependable cars will be considered. WRITE J L. PARSONS, 523 Hammond Ave. Waterloo for confidential interview in your home. DUE to the promotion of one of our Outside Salesmen to another store as Crew Director, we now have one opening for another man. You must have car. See Mr. McGrew at Gambles in Austin, Minn., for further details. FOR RENT—Mod. slpg. nn. Gent. only. 1442 N. Jeff. Ph. 529C-J. FOR RENT—Room for 2 girls. Close in. Phone 4927-J. FOR RENT—Slpg. rm. for 2. Twin beds. 22 N. Jeff. FOR RENT—Large, well furn. slpg. rm. suitable for 2. 153 Crescent drive. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. 214 1st N.W. FOR HENT—Pleasant sleeping room for 2 girls. 800 N. Federal. Ph. 2689-J. Services Offered 27 WANTED—Washings. Phone 5434-M. entirety. Theodore Further, that the defendant (Ted) Worsley is a non-resident of the State of Iowa, and that he has property within the State subject to attachment. You are also hereby notified to appear before said Court at Mason City, in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on or before October 18, 1940, and that unless you *o appear, your default will be entered and judgment or decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. C. R. SERVISON, Attorney for Plaintiff, 18 Vi N. Federal Ave. Mason City, Iowa YOU'LL see beautiful color tones after cleaning rugs with odorless Fina Foam. Damon's. • FLEE to Florida. 90.000 meals offered free to hundreds subleasing modern rooms at SI per day. Furnished apartments at S100 per year. Send 37c in stamps for eight page information Bulletin. Address Fellowship Foundation, Sanford, Fla. REST Home for the ill or nged. Also can arrange for elderly couple's care. 104 Gth St. S. W. Ph. 4G32. Lost, Found 6 CURTAINS laundered, 50c panel. Ph. 5933- W. MALE housekeeper wants job keeping house for batchelor or widower in town or on farm. Can do chores. Write A-23, c/o Globe-Gazette. • FOR RENT—Sleeping room suitable for 2. Phone 3726. FOK RENT—Sleeping room. Gentleman preferred. 807 N. Wash. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Close in. For 1 or 2. 525 S. Wash. FOR RENT—One single and one double room. Phone 3BB6-J. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Girl only. At 213 5th N. W. Ph. 2844. FOUND—This week, north of Clear Lake, 610 heavy duty truck tire. Fred W. Petersen, Ph. 30-F-31, Clear Lake. brod recently spent several days their daughter LOST—Black plastic purse, on bus between 7th N. W. and Eatons. Valuable papers. Keep money, return papers. 317 7th N. W. Mrs. W. A. Hurd. Money to Loon 8 in Omaha with and son-in-law, Duane Cornelius. Mr. and Mrs. Garner—M/Sgt. E. J. McMahon returned to Camp Gordon, Ga., after attending the funeral services of his mother, Mrs. Thomas McMahon. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bally of Kalispell, Mont., spent several days this wdek at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boggess. Coulter—Members of the Franklin consolidated school faculty were guests at a reception sponsored by the local P. T. A. recently. Carpenter — Miss Ida Hanson, Northwood, visited Wednesday at the Mrs. Carrie Culbertson home. Garner—Hancock county nurse Harriett Oxley was assisting with a clinic at Forest City Friday. Dumont—Recent guests in the Rev. W. D. Winter home were Mr. and Mrs. William Koelling and Mrs. Lucy Koelling of Ord, Nebr. Coulter—Marvin Nielsen of Du- buquc spent several days this week visiting his mother, Mrs Jacob Nielsen. Rockford—Mr. and Mrs. William Yerkes of Colorado Springs, Colo., are visiting here with Mr. Yerkes mother, Mrs. Lydia Yerkes, and other relatives and friends. Crcsco—Mrs. Julius E. Fravel is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Davis at Grayslake, 111. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Paul NOTICE OF PROBATE OF ttTLl. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 7215. September Term. 1949. To ail whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will nnd Testament of George R. Weigand, Deceased, dated June 24. 1948, having been this day, filed, opened and read, Monday the 10th day of October, 1949, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested nre hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will anrf Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, September 7 194!) 's H MncPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy NOTICE Or PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Goi'do County, ss. In District Court. No. 7229. Scptcm- MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That on instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will nnd Testament of E. H. Mir.olt, Deceased, dated July 21, 1949, having been this tiny filed, opened and read, Wednesday the 5th day of October, 1949, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City. Towa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; nnd at 2 o'clock p. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested nre hereby notified and required to appear, ami show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated ant allowed ns and for the Inst Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Towa, September i\ 1M9. S H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court. By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy. PAYMENTS TOO HEAVY? Consolidate your debts in one easy to pay account. CASH LOANS $20 to $300. Ask Mrs. Simon 25 years friendly service. Room 321— Third Floor First National Building SECURITY LOAN CO. Help Wtd., Wanted At Once Young lady capable of sewing and interested in becoming a sewing instructor. Good pay, vacations and insurance benefits. Phone 1122 Apply MR. DEUTSCHER WANTED—Carpenter and mason work, general construction. Wallace. Ph. 43GO-W. 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. FOR RENT—Nicely furn. large sleeping room, twin equipped for 2 men. Also small room. Innerspring mattresses. Close in Phone 3357-M. Apts. for Renfr 33 FOR RENT—Close in furn. i-rm. apt. for an emp. person. Ph. 508G-W. FOR- RENT—Furn. apt. Adults only. Available Oct. 1. Write W-20. c/o Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Middle aged lady to share uptown apartment. Write L-22, c/o Globe-Gazette. WANTED AT ONCE — Shoe clerk. Good wages. Apply Odd Lot Shoe Store, 121 S. Federal. FOR RENT—3 rm. apt. laun. priv. 202'/ 2 S. Elm, Clear Lake. Ph. 543-W. FOR RENT—Apartment rooms at Nora Springs. For information come to 1305 12th St. N. E., Mason City. Mrs. Dyer. Houses for Sale 35 WANTED Competent Girl or Woman For housework—good wages. 215 N. Madison Quick Service LOANS UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE Over Ford Hapkins Drug Store Phone 57 BOOST YOUR INCOME! Sell new Plastic Christmas Cards and the famous Southern Beauty Christmas assortment. You make up to !50c on each box Also Embossed Personal Greetings 50 for §1.25. Get Samples on approval. Southern Greeting Cards, 215 S. Pauline, Dept. C-l, Memphis 4, Tenn. 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 1G2 201-203 South Federal Mason City, Iowa TRANSFER LINE Office at, 823 Fourth St. S. \V. for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. HEIMEND.INGER CALL 1070 FOR SALE—Trailer house, cheap. 1815 So. Hoover, Cent. Hgts. FOR SALE—6 rm. house, $3,500. Will put in water, 53,800. Also 1933 Chevrolet 4 door sedan car, $70. 814 9th St. S. E. Ph. 5419-W. FOR SALE—2 bedroom modern home located at 329 3rd N. E. Ph. 1494-W eves. FOR REAL estate consult C. R. Brown, realtor. Selling homes is our specialty. If PR SALE—By owner: IVx story 2-bedroom bungalow. Gas heat, auto, water. Write B-22, c/o Globe-Gazette. CASH LOANS—$20 to $300. Household Finance Corporation, 117'/ar- N. Federal. Phone 541. ANY woman can earn up/to $23 weekly and Ret own dresses as bonvis besides. Demonstrate latest dress styles in your home. No canvassing, investment or experience necessary. Fashion Frocks, Dcpt. C 7509, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED—Position as housekeeper. Exp. and pref. adults. Write W-24, Globe- Gazette. WILL care for child o£ working mother in my home. Ph. 4012-W. REAL VALUE New 2 bedroom home, full basement, high quality throughout. This can be yours for $1,375 down and monthly $42.34. Ready for occupancy this fall, F. H. A. financed. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS 309 1st National Bank Bldg. MAKE 50c ON FAST $1 SALES! Show luxurious new 21-Card Feature Christmas Assortment. Big value sells itself. Wonder line o£ Religious, Gift Wraps, PLASTIC Cards, Everyday, others. Personal Folders low as 50 for $1. FREE Imprint Samples, Box Assortments on approval. Grogan Co., Dept. 110, Wilmette, 111. LOANS—$25 to $300. State Finance Co., 201 Weir Bldg. Phone 1038. SEE the United Home Bank & Trust Co. for real estate mortgage loans. LOANS, Federal Discount, !<)',•: North Federal. Telephone 516. Up to 20 months to repay. Insuronce The Empire State building in •Htw York City, with 102 stories, i-caches a height of 1,250 feet. Cresco—At a pack meeting of Cub Scouts Tuesday evening, Louis Shafer,-Cresco's Cub Scout leader, will be in charge of the "Bob Cat" ceremony. Seven boys will be admitted to membership. The boys include Ronald Carman, Gene Cogsdall, William Ferric, Gary Peterson, Philip Rude, Gene Swanson and Duane Vrba. The meeting will be held in the high school cafeteria where there will be a picnic supper at 6:30 for Cub Scouts, their parents * and leaders. Dr. W. B. Kennedy, chairman of the pack committee, will conduct the business meeting. The Rev. Wilbur Moulton and Hubert Vorwald will supervise the Cab members. A "round-up" of dens with roll call of scouts and parents is planned. Hottentots are natives of South Africa. -' Thomas of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas from California were guests Thursday at the C. H. Thomas home. Coulter — Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Johnson spent several days recently visiting with relatives in Chicago. Calmar—Loren Appleby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Appleby of Syracuse, N. Y., spent Tuesday here at. the home of his uncie and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Conover. He was enroute to the University of Minnesota where he will enroll for the coming year. Crcsco — Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Joyce, sons Jackie and Richard of China Lake, Cal., have returned home after a visit with Mrs. Joyce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kach, and other relatives here. Calmar—Mrs. Christine Gerleman and Mrs. Frank Marron visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kryson and family at Cresco. NOTICK OF PRORATE OF WILL STYTE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In district Court. No. 7228. September Term. 1949. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Myrtle M Minott, Deceased. dated December 10 1947, having been this day filed, op'ened nnd read. Wednesclny the !Hh day of October, 1949. is fixed for hear- inc proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock p. m., of the day above mentioned nil persons interested nre hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probatcil nml allowed .is and for the last Will and Testament oC snid clu- cojiscc! Dated nt Mason City, Iow», September 21 1949 ' S H!'MncPEAK. Clerk District Court. By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy. NOTICK OF EXTENSION OF EXISTENCE OF DAMON'S INCORPORATED To"Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the existence of Damon's, Incorporated, hns been renewed for a period of 20 years, to commence on the 17Ui day of October. 1E49 nnd to terminate nt the expiration of 20 vcnrs from said date. All pursuant to Chapter 384, Title XIV of the 1B39 Code of Iowa, and laws nmendntory thereto, nnd that tl.e Articles of Incorporation of said corporation provides ns AUTO INSURANCE NOW CHEAPER The Hoover Commission says "It Costs Our Government 2Vac to print and deliver a penny post ca'd. But a penny post card will tell you what it will cost to Insure your Car or Home. Ask 10 to 15^'r. off. Romey Realty Co. Phone 584 WANTED—Fry cook. Hrs. 3 p. m. to 8 p. m. Apply Buehler Cafe. 833 S. Penn. WANTED—Girl for light housework and care of girl 3 years old. Phone 4323-J. WANTED—Sewing and alterations. Phone 43fiG-J. WILL DO CUSTOM CORN PICKING with a 2 row picker. Furnish two trailers, elevator nnd hoist, S3.50 per acre. Equipment like new. Clyde Kuykendall PHONE 220 PLYMOUTH, IOWA WANTED—Two White Cafe. waitresses. Black Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Master Line oil steel corn cribs or bins. See them at SOS S. Federal. Iowa Master Breeders. WANTED Woman to help with housework, 2 school children in family. Private room and bath, $20 per week. WRITE P. O. BOX 415 Clear Lake WANTED—Girl for general housework. Apply Park Inn Hotel desk. WANTED—Salad girl. Night work. Good pay. Call 1242 after 3 p. m. WANTED—Afternoon jhnd Saturday work by high school girl. Ph. 2261-J. WANTED—School girl to care for children after school and nights. Will pay small salary with room and board. Apply Sunday. 715 15th St. S. E. Ph. 600S-W. Business OpportuniHes^TjJ 1 The name of tho corporation Is Damon's, Incorporated, and its principal place of transncling 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 nil things necessary nnd proper ONE OF MASON CITY'S MOST POPULAR SPOTS Scnts fi8< Fast operation nnd very profitable. Good lease. Very low rent. Will pay out in fl months. Not open Sunday. Shown by nppointmcnl only. Phone' 812, 2917 or contnct KELLY CHAPMAN & CO. "Business Brokers" Salesmen 25 SALESMEN — Large midwest plumbing and heating supply jobber has opening for experienced salesmen. Could use specialty men to set up dealers on pumps and heating equipment. Also have need ol high calibre man for branch manager. Our salesmen know of this ad. Write B-24, care of Globe- Gazette. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENOR'S HAND laundering and stretching cur- tnins, 35c panel. Will pick up and de- Just What You Have Been Wanting FINE U STORY 4 bedroom home, large lot, oak floors, gas heat, full basement.'Price, $14,450. NEW 2 bedroom home, breezeway and garage attached, oak floors, gas heat, full basement. $11,000 ONE BEDROOM basement home. Gas heat, half bath, full basement. $4850. Will finish this into a fine home to purchaser's plan and spec, for an agreed price. ALSO a few desirable lots, $950. Ralph F. Schneider "Builder of Better Homes" 219 Orchard Ave. Clear Lake INCOME PROPERTY Two 3-rm. apts. One 2 rm. apt., 2 bathrms. Oil heat. Oak floors. Paved street—N. W. Sec. Posses- liver. Ph. 5521-W. MIRRORS resllvcred. Guaranteed. Mack- els. 417 2nd St. N W. Ph. 782. WALLPAPER hanging Is our business. Phone 3441-IV. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes, parts and supplies Mason City Appliance store 21 1 S Federal Phone 1103. PAPER hanging and painting. Pete Frahm. Ph. 4372. sion soon. W. L. Patfon 109 E, State St. ASHES and rubbish nauled: basement* cleaned. Call 3125-R H10 N. Federal Hotel Hantord Bldg. FOR SALE—Modern summer resort. 40 acres land, bonts. cabins and equipment. Cheap nt $13,000. Gco. Vnn Every. Ph. 3!TO3 or 3165 FOR SALE—Cafe, serves beer, in n good town neni- Mason City, living quarters. Also tavern in town near Mason City. Only one in town. Shown by appointment. II. H. Schoncman, Clear Lnkc, Inwn, J. F. Pnlmeler Agency. FOR RENT—Rcstntirnnl. Fully equipped, tn do nil tunes nucurvitiy nuu |j.^,,^, , L«.. - - - - _ o manufnclurcr purchase, sell nnd ells- popcorn and n ckcl machine At 074 .,IK,H« ™,.i-rliiinrtise for uersonal. house- (1th SI. S. W. Ph. .i-ll-i. l>~<> I'll) =>• «• Irlbule merchandise f° r personal, house- SALESMEN WANTED In the town of Mason City there should bo 3 men with enough intestinal fortitude to work on a commission for a nationally known concern Must be free to travel in eastern Iowa. Protected territory: SEE— RAY R. AYERS PARK INN HOTEL Friday or Monday Evenings after 5 P. M. WIN DOW GLASS Get ready for cold weather now. Sec CooVs for glass replacements. wfNDOW GLASS PLAjfE GLASS Cook Paint & Varnish 118 S. Federal Phone 1017 WE have cash out of town buyers for 2 or 3 bedroom homes. Oleson Co., Ph. 3568-W or 211. OPEN FOR INSPECTION 715 17th St. N. E. SATURDAY - SUNDAY 2 bedroom home exparidible to 3 bedrooms. Very fine home throughout. Gas heat available. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS 309 1st National Bank Bldg. DEGEN hardwood floor service Laying, sanding Ph 1672 NEW method wnll cleaning. Ph. 3478-W. FOR SALE Slightly used 22 ft. trailer house. All furn., built-in features. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 1 mile south of Grafton JOHN FRANZEN FOR SALE—1046 trailer house, 25 ft. 1318 N. Pres. FOR SALE—House at edge of city. Monthly payments. G. S. Randall, Ph. 5679-W. IF YOU want to buy farm, city or lake shore properly, see Jim Anderson. Clear Lake, la. WANTED—Bnby sluing by middle aged woniun. Ph. 2387-W. FOR SALE—House. 22x10, to be moved from 6J5 S. Jackson. Ph. 4950-W. FOR SALE—Now and used house traders. S. Broadway Trailer Sales. Albert Lea.

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