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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 24, 1948
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14 July 2S, IMS GI«b«-G»x«Ut, MM»B Clly. U. HERE THERE Nashua— Atty. and Mrs. W. Scott motored to Hawkeye to bring their school friend, Mrs. A. L. Aylmer of Compton, Cal., to their home in Nashua for a visit. Marble Rock — Merrick Ward returned home Sunday evening from a 2 weeks' visit with relatives in Chicago. Calmar — Miss Wilma Evenson of Chicago is spending a 2 weeks' vacation with her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Evenson. Luverne — Mrs. Seigfried Shef- floe and Mrs. Marguerite Smith, Minneapolis, Minn., were recent guests at the H. C. Allen home. Calmar — Mr. and Mrs. George 'Griffen and sons left for Holland, Ohio, where they will spend 2 weeks visiting relatives. Kanawha — The Misses Avis JoAnn Larson, Beryl Drury and Marilyn Severson, the Rev. R. D. Kitterman and Mrs. Henry Severson returned from a week's outing at Methoji on Okoboji. Mrs. Severson was camp mother. Hanlontown — Miss Anna Larson is attending a Bible camp at Minneapolis. Allison— The Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Niederwimmer and 2 daughters, Helen and Irma, have returned from an auto trip to Little Rock, Ark., and points in Missouri. St. Ansgar — Mrs. Emma Perau was called to Bruce, S. Dak., to assist In the home of her brother, Adolph Schroeder, whose wife underwent an emergency operation recently. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Anway and Linda Carol of Des Moines are visiting in the homes of her father, C. I. Rector and sister, the Hellicksons. Osage — Verna Muller and Mae Byrnes have returned from a trip to Arizona, New Mexico, California. Hanlontown- -Mrs. H. E. Brunsvold has been visiting relatives in Thief River Falls, Minn. Otranto—Mr. and -Mrs. Elmer Lutz and children of Mason City spent a few days at the parental W. F. Lutz home. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boots are spending this week assisting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Louis Van Horn, and family at Sheffield. Otranto—Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Abele arrived home Tuesday from a week's fishing at Leech Lake, Minn. Leland—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Severson and son, Don, have returned from a trip through the Black Hills, Yellowstone park, the Big Horn mountains, Colorado Springs and other points. Joice—Joyce Abraham, daughter of Mr. Abraham of and Mrs. Francis Wichita, Kans., is spending several weeks at the Abraham homes. Clarion—Mr. and Mrs. Lindley- Hansen are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at the Clarion General hospital. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hemenway and son, Edward, left for a trip to Washington state where they will visit his brother and friends in California. Lriiverne—Mrs. Lawrence Muschamp apolis, Latlmer—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neilsen of Chicago left Wednesday after several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jens Roed and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simons of Hampton. Mrs. Roed accompanied them as far as Cedar Rapids where she will visit with her daughters, Mrs. Charles Sampson and Mrs. Robert Clark and families. Calmar—Mayor and Mrs. E. J. Hackett and daughter, Audrey, drove to Iowa City for a visit at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Hackett: Lakota—Mrs. Signe Nelson, the Alfred Christs, Mrs. Lyle Dorsey and sons of Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wells of Blue Earth were recent guests at the Harry Nelson home at Charles City. Leland —Mr. and Mrs. John Durby are parents of a son born in the Forest City hospital. Thompson — Mrs. Hazel Moser and son, Allen, of Thompson and her^brother and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Hanson, and 2 children of Oakland, Cal., who are visiting here, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alvey and son at Hollandale, Minn. Britt^-Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Beye are on a vacation trip through the eastern states, accompanied by his sister, Velma-Beye, of Laurel. Greene —Mrs. Helen Schwartz, employe at the Buchholz and Dralle department store, is having a week's vacation. She is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Wulii and daughter, Alice Marie, in Chicago. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and sons of Humboldt were visitors at the home of Mrs. Nelson's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Lansing Holland. Luverne—Miss Benona Neal is visiting her sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson at Hampton, Va, Miss Neal with her father, Earl Neal, attended a family Reunion at Bell Flower, 111., before her departure for Virginia. Swaledale—Mrs. C. A. Ferret of Fort Dodge was a recent guest of her mother, Mrs. Tillie Benson, and Mildred. Leland—Lauretta Ambroson has returned from a 2 weeks' vacation in the east, She and Miss Jean McMahon of Forest City were in a group of 100 excursioners on a tour of the east coast. Joice — Mr. ar.d Mrs. Glennis Kittleson of Marinette, Wis., are visiting this week at the parental C. A. Kittleson home at Joice and with friends at Algona where they formerly lived. Britt — Miss Reva McNabb has returned to her home in Los Angeles, Cal., after spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George McNabb and family. On her return trip she visited in Cedar Falls with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bidne. Corwith—Phyllis Jurgensen will spend 2 weeks visiting friends and Ionia public school, has moved to Elkader, where he is a social welfare worker for Clayton county. Goodell — Martin Kearney, son Emmett, of Williams, daughters, Mrs. L. M. McNertney and Mrs. H. Larson of Eldora, Mr. and Mrs. .Stallman of Waterloo and Mrs. 'Celia Boom of Aplington visited the fore part of the week in the home of relatives, the M. J. Kear- neys. Britt — Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Brooks are the parents of a daughter born July 7 in a Chicago hospital. Mrs. Brooks and infant daughter will return to their home in Britt some time during August. Goodell—Gladys Mayhew has accepted a position as 5th and Gth grade teacher in the Williams school. She has completed a 2- year course at I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls. Luverne — Mr. and Mrs. Van Hanson and daughter, Patty, ac- Amusements Mrs. Hanson's D. Andrews of Now You Can Swim Every Night Until 10 P. M. at the SKYLAND POOL If you don't want to swim, drive out anyway and enjoy the view of the pool under the new flood lights. HIGHWAY 18 EAST EDGE OF MASON CITY Money to Loan 8 Help Wtd., Male 20 WANTED Menl8to45Yrs.Old in Canning Dept. JACOB E. DECKER & SONS Services Offered 27 WANTED NIGHT COOK Top wages. Permanent job. CONTACT ANDY MAGOULAS PARK INN HOTEL companied by mother, Mrs. J. Burt, who have been visiting relatives at Cook, Colo., have returned. Osage—Even Evenson submitted to emergency major surgery at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, and is reported recovering. Allison — Ben Freeze, 86, suffered bruises when he fell while descending porch steps at the Frank Neal home. Cresco—Ernest E. Shuttleworth of Wilmington, Dela., is spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Shuttleworth in Cresco and with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Collins at Lime Springs. Calmar—Miss Ruth Novak left for Chicago where she will spend a week's vacation visiting relatives and friends. Hayfield — John Liska, farmer south of town, suffered a slight stroke when he returned from Garner recently and is being cared for at his home. VACATION MONEY $50—$100—$150—$200 AND UP Why not enjoy a worry-free vacation? $50 costs only S3.00 when repaid in 3 monthly installments. Larger amounts at repayment plans to fit your income. Loans to meet other needs also. 25 YEARS FRIENDLY SERVICE Security Loan Co. Room 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Phone 412 Classified Advertising Rates 5% discount if paid at time of insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid within 10 days of last insertion. TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES Emergency Loans ONE DAY SERVICE 20 MONTHS TO REPAY If you need money for any worthwhile purpose, phone or visit Household today. Loans made from $20 to $300 on salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Household Finance Corporation 1171 N. Federal Ave. Phone 541 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER MOTORTRUCK SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. Monday through Friday. Close at 12 noon Saturdays. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO., 610-12 South Delaware Phone 3200 Services Offered 27 MECHANIC FIRST CLASS New tools, new snop, for fast efficient work. Good hourly wage with chance for bonus. Stop in today. See Mike Balaban, Ser. Mgr. HAROLD MOTORS, Inc. 404 North Federal Open Eves. Except Sat. and Sun. Listen G a. m. ana 5:45 p. m., KSMN, 1010 WALLPAPER hanging Phone 3441-W. is our business. MIRRORS resnvered. Factory process Guaranteed. Macket's. Phone 782. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service U. S. ROYAL TIRES. TUBES BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Prompt Attention Given to Service Calls J&L Tire and Supply Co. Jack Murray Lloyd Farrer 125 FIRST ST. S. E. Houses tor Sole 35 CALL 162 Help Wtd., Femete 21 WANTED — Waitresses with experience. Full time permanent employment. Apply Hotel Eadrnar. Pickup and Delivery Service HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal Mason City Matching Belts, Buttons, Buckles MADE TO ORDER Women adore the new modern accessories for finer appearance. So get your accessories made here at reasonable prices and quick service. Also hemstitching and buttonholing done. SINGER SEWING CENTER 123 North Federal Mason City, Iowa Phone 1122 ASHES and rubbish hauled; cleaned. Ph. 3589-W. basements WANTED—Woman for light housework In modern homo; also cnre of baby while mother works. Write T-23, Globe- Gazette. This is o point type The rates for this size typs are- Count 32-33 letters and spaces to line Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines IDay .$ .40 . .60 . .80 . 1.00 . 1.20 . 1.40 . 1.60 . 1.80 3 Days 6 Days $1.02 1.53 2.04 2.55 3.06 3.57 4.08 4.59 $1.80 2.70 3.60 4.50 5.40 6.30 7.20 8.10 LOANS BORROW 'Money in Minutes' On your SALARY CAR FURNITURE FARM EQUIPMENT REPAY IN 20 MONTHS OR LESS See. Call or Write E. A. SPAHN, Manager Telephone 516 19Vi N. Federal Avenue Federal Discount Corporation F. H. A. LOANS lor house repairs at the United Home Bank & Trust Co. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 1 Inch $1.10 $3.15 $6.00 This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are— Count 25-28 letters and spaces to line relatives in shalltown. Corwith—June Ottumwa and Mar- Jacobs of Ma- and 2 children, Minne- Minn., who have been spending the past month with her father, M. L. Barton, have returned home. Swaledale—Jim Chambers of Clarion is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Derry. Bode—Verrvon Schmidt is home from summer school at Denver university, Denver, Colo. Goodell—Mrs. Roy Janssen and Gary are spending this week in Mason City with the former's mother, Mrs. Tena Anderson. St. Ansgar—Virginia and Susann Grinne-i of Austin, Minn., are spending 2 weeks at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Ray Tretter. . Geneva—Mrs. Richardson of Same, Canada, and Mrs. W. H. Dodd of Nora Springs were recent visitors in the Victor Dodd home. Spillville—Mr. and Mrs. Gust Stupka and daughter arrived for a visit at the home of his brother, Will. Svfea City—Mrs. Mary Crossley of Ames and her daughter, Gladys, who is a registered nurse practicing at St. Paul, Minn., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Crossley's sister, Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Cresco—Lt. and Mrs. Hubert Easier of Newport, R. I., were recent visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Easier. Lieutenant Easier is stationed at the general line naval school at Newport. He was transferred there recently from Chincoteaque, Va. Latinier—Mr. and Mrs. Gerald ^Walrod and son and Mrs. John R. Abbas went to Luverne to visit with Mrs. Abbas' mother, Mrs. Mary Kanning. Mrs. Abbas remained for a longer visit with her mother. Chester—Shirley Tate of Clarion is a guest in the Ralph Carolus home. Hayfield—Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Taylor are taking a week's vacation visiting relatives in various points in Iowa. Geneva — Edwin Appleby, Jr., returned to his home in Clinton, Tenn., after a week's visit with his grandfather, Burt Appleby. Goodell—Virginia Vcldhouse is •pending this week in Des Moines as a guest in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max son City is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Oma Jacobs. Fredericksburg- — Mr. and Mrs. ,Leo Pettit are the parents of a daughter born at the New Hampton hospital Saturday. St. Ansgar—Mrs. Marie Wilkie, who accompanied her brother, Chris Klindt, to Denmark, stopped off in Pennsylvania to visit relatives, also will visit in Geneva. 111., before returning home last of this week. Chester — Merilee Slintzi returned Saturday from a 4 weeks' visit with her brother and wife, Col. and Mrs. V. L. Stintzi, in New York and at Langley Field, Va. Garner—Friends received word here Monday of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines Lines IDay .$ .50 • - 75 . 1.00 . 1.25 . 1.50 . 1.75 . 2.00 . 2.25 3 Days 6 Days $1.32 1.98 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.94 $2.40 3.60 4.80 6.00 7.20 8.40 9.60 10.80 Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Alfalfa ready to be cut and baled. Alfred Rogness, Joice, Iowa. WANTED WAITRESS Inq. at Midway Cafe MANLY, IOWA OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENORS OAKWOOD PARK , VALUES * A 2 story, on splendid corner lot, with good view of Lake. Gas and lights. $3250. H: A very clever little 3 room bungalow. Year 'round. Elec. Corner lot, on Hiway. $3250. * A year 'round 2 story. 3 bedroom. Beautiful lot, across street from Lake. Real view, and easy access. Gas heat. Fireplace. Furnished! $5100. * Year round 1 bedroom bunga-* low. Completely modern. Garage. Gas heat. Glassed porch. $6000. Stuart Realty Co. Clear Lake ASHES and rubbish hauled. Basements cleaned. Ph. 54B7-W. Instruction 28 COMPLETE your hlgrj school at home in spare time with American School. Texts furnished. Diploma awarded. No Classes. Booklet free. Write American School. Dept. M., P. O. Box 672. Des Moines, la. FOR SALE BY OWNER—5 room partly modern house. V03 S. Monroe. FOR SALE—New, used house trailers. S. Broadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lea. Sale or Trade 31 Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" LANE BROS., inc. 804 Fourth St. S. Phone 447 FOR SALE—Or will trade for cash register, Gibson 30 Ib. computing scale. Ph. 938. FOR SALE—Several homes and vacant lots. See L. H. Rud. 20-/2 S. Federal. FOR SALE ' PERMANENT LAKESHORE HOME Modern 5 rooms and bath. Large well shaded lot with beautiful shoreline. May be purchased with or without furnishings. D. E. KENYON, Clear Lake Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Man only. Priv. ent. 114 S. Adams. FOR RENT—Sleeping rm. for Priv. entrance. Ph. 1739-W. 1 man. WANTED GIRL Part Time Bar Work Part Time Waitress GOOD WAGES WRITE S-21, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED—Exp. day waitress. Grill Cafe, Clear Lake. Business Opportunities 18 FOR SALE—Established portrait and commercial studio, county seat, northeast Iowa. Write H-17, Globe-Gazette. TOOLS! HAND TOOLS! LOCAL man to sell complete line of hand tools to garage and filling station mechanics. Guaranteed exclusive territory. Representative will be in city (o interview. H. C. Tool Corp., 4063 LaFayo1*<? Avp.. St. Louis 10, Mo. WANTED—Experienced beauty operator. Phone 3180, Mason City. WANTED — Waitress. Apply Park Inn Hotel. Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 . Egeland Skelgas ana Appliance FOR RENT—Slpg. rm. Double bed. 2 men pref. or working couple. Alter C p. m., 819 N. Penn. FOR RENT—Sleeping room for business lady. 412 East State. FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. Men of working couple. 328 2nd St. N. W. FOR SALE—6 rm. partly modern houss at Plymouth. Large lot, garage. Owner aairino town, poor health. Price reduced to $3,500. See" Guild, 34 2nd St. N. E. Ph. 8C7 or 1389. FOR SALE—4 bedroom home. S. E., in good shape. Auto, hot water, gas heat, garage, good lot, fruit trees. 58,950. Romey Realty. Ph. 584. FOR SALE 18 South Delawara FOR RENT—Clean, large front rm. for 2 Close >" 115 S. Adams. FOR RENT—Room for working woman. 123 5th St. N. W. Ph. 4G78-J. 3 Bedroom House Bath, stoker, garage, 2 lots close in. Qsage. Can be remodeled for apts. Might trade on farm. WRITE A-23, GLOBE-GAZETTE* FOR RENT—Large sleeping room with 2 closets. 1 '.'a blocks from Postoff ice. Gentlemen pref. Ph. 3478-LW. Cards of Thanks $1.25 In Memoriam .. .$1.25 for 15 lines Regular rate of 20 cents a line for anything over 15 lines. JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER, Missman Missman of Des was the Moines. Mrs. former Bette Index to Classified Airplanes, Equipment, Etc Agents Acreage Apts. for Rent Amusements .. Auto Ac'aorles For Sale—Service Station & Residence Sheets Service Sta. HUTCHINS, IOWA WOMEN wanted for confidential telephone survey. Work in your own home as many hours as you can spare per day. Private telephone desired but not necessary. Will pay 50 cents for each hour worked. Write box B-22, Globe-Gazette. TAXt BIZ for sale. Well establ., with house. Cafe for sale, on hwy. Good trade. $3,000. Minn. Soles Co., Albert Lea, Minn. Young Lady Wanted WILLING TO LEARN BOOKKEEPING Must be good in arithmetic. Five and one-half day working week with time and half over 40 hours. Location in Mason City business district. Handwritten application desired. WRITE L-17, GLOBE-GAZETTE AUTO and trucK repair service. Johnson Auto Repair. 14 6th St. N. E. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes. Parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store, 211 S. Federal. Phone 1103. Apts. for Rent 33 FOR RENT—Apt. for working coup!"Ph. 842-\V. Clear Lake. FOR SALE—Black dirt, fill dirt del.: also ashes, rubbish hauled. Ph. 1670-W. For New Homes, REMODELING AND CABINET WORK Call CARL J. FORSBERG Phone 4272-J 639 South Van Bur en Ave. FOR RENT—3 room apt. Conveniently located. No children. References. Write G-23, Globe-Gazette. Houses for Sale 35 FOR SALE—6 rm. partly mod. 2 lots, new furnace, auto, hot water, stool and shower in basement. Poss. soon. 5 rm. bungalow, 2 lots. Must be sold. leaving town. Midland Hgts. Ph. 827. Dave Ryan, Realtor. FOR SALE SEMI BUNGALOW Roosevelt district. 4 bedrooms finished. Bath down. Oak floors up and down. Gas heat, garnge. SEE GUILD 34 Second St. N. E. Ph. 8G7 or 1589 WANTED—Tiling, ditch work and basements dug with machine. Ben Hoyt. Ph. 17C8-J or 520C-J. For Sale—3 Room MODERN HOME By private parly. Gas heat. PHONE 4205-J Between 5 and 8 P. M. 63 £0 .37 33 . 7 62 Barnes. Latimer — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schnabel and daughter »f Hampton were recent guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meussigman home. Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Harvey and family of Vandalia, Mo., are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Ruby McDaniel of Lime Springs •re visiting friends and relatives In Marble Rock. Allison—Claude Crawford was taken to a hospital at Mason City where he treatment. is receiving medical Foster, deputy county auditor in Hancock county for several years. Lakota — Mrs. Alton Anderson and 2 daughters went to Spirit Lake Tuesday to spend the rest'of the week with Mrs. Robert Hamilton and 2 sons. Plymouth — Mrs. J. P. Lair is confined to her bed with a heart ailment. ' Dumont-^-Recent guests in the Jasper Kriens home were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kriens and family of Ackley; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kriens and family of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rose and family of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Raden and family of Allison. Otranto — Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dockstader and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Helgeson attended the Plowman reunion at Northwood. Stacyville—Mr. and Mrs. Delphin Brown and 4 children of White Bear Lake. Minn., visited the past week at the John W. Brown home. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. George Stabell and Helen of Nora Springs visited Mrs. Gertrude Stabell, Mrs. Marie Alvey and Mirth, recently. Britt—Mrs. Lydia Hartzell concluded her visit in Britt and is now spending a few weeks with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartzell, in, Dows. Corwith — Mrs. Robert Murray and children of Ottumwa visited several days at the home of Mrs. Murray's sister, Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen. * Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Beardsley visited relatives in Marshalltown before leaving on a vacation trip into Canada. Popejoy — Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hudson and family attended the 9th annual reunion of the Kuhn kin at the home of Mrs. George Kline in Eagle Grove. Nashua—Ivan Moon, proprietor of Moon's barbershop, received a broken bone in the left foot while working at the Oliver plant at Charles City. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph JIuber left for Lincoln, Nebr., where they will spend their vacation visiting relatives. Naxhua — Fred Fee of Nashua, former superintendent of the Autoi for Sala 60 Auto Trucks ...61 Auto Financing 13 Beauty Shop* -.12 Board, Room ..38 Bus Locations . .30 Bus. Op-ties ...18 Bus. Eq'Btn'nt EGA Cafes 14 Card of Thanks 2 Cemeteries . . .A3 Cleaners, Dyers 15 Cottages A35 Death Notices .. 1 Dogs, Birds, Pets 43 Electrical A22 Farms for Sale 39 Farms for Rent 40 Florists 4 Foods 45 Funeral Director 3 Garages 52 Gardens A45 Help Wanted, Male, Female 23 Help Wtd Male 20 Help Wanted, Female 21 Help Wtd. with Investment ... 19 Houses for Rent 34 Houses for Sale 35 Wanted to Buy 66 Wanted to Rent 61 Wear'g Apparel 53 H'seh'd Goods 54 In Memoriaro A2 Instruction 28 Insurance 10 Investment 8 Ltves'k (or Sale 42 Location Wtd. A15 Lost, Found ... 6 Lots for Sale ..30 Machinery . ...41 Misc. for Rent 46 Misc. for Sale 44 Money to Loan -8 Musical Instr. .48 Nursery Stock 47 Of/ice Equip. 60 Offices for Rent 4Q Optometrists ...11 Chiropractors HA Personals S Poultry. Eggs ..65 I Radio 16 Real Estate 51 Real Est, Loans A8 Rooms for Rent 32 Sale OT Trade . .31 Sale or Rent ..B35 Salesladies 24 Salesmen 25 Seeds, Feeds ...17 Services Offered 21 Situation Wtd. 22 Trade Servica ..28 Wanted to Borrow 88 Wanted to Buy or Rent 59 FOR SALE (Sacrifice) CLEAN CAFE IN PLYMOUTH, IOWA First six months net this year was $2,200. Building, large lot and fixtures, all for $3,250. LELAND MIKKELSEN WANTED—At Mercy Hospital: Telephone operator. One weelc 7:30 n. m. to 3:30 p. m., alternating week, 3:30 p. m. to 11:30 p. m. WANTED—Girls, ages 21 to W. light factory work. Good starting pay. Apply in person Stoddard Mfg. Co. WANTED—Man to own and operate new 1948 model vending machine route, Mason City and surrounding towns. Parl or full time. No selling, no experience necessary. Permanent •weekly income. 3T37.50 cash investment required. Write Box H-21, Globe-Gazette, giving address and phone number. FOR SALE—Ca/c, building included. Doing good business. A good buy ar.d priced to sell. Iowa. Ruck's Cafe, Rockford, WANTED Exp. Stenographer and Secretary $150 per month to start. Paid vacation and group insurance. Excellent working conditions. Apply in person at Stoddard Mfg. Co. or see Mr. Ormerod at Iowa State Employment Service. STODDARD MFG. CO. 617 Fourth S. W. STENOGRAPHER. Experienced, desires position in city. Shorthand, typing, dic- taphone, receptionist. Can furnish references. Write A-22, Globe-Gazette. WRINGER ROLLS—All Shop, 502 S. Federal. washers. Saw WANTED—Custom windrowing. Herman Nagcl. Ph. 2185-W. WANTED—Carpenter work. Contact Earl Aman, 2U 29th St. S. W. after C:30 p.m. FOR SALE—Beautiful, 2 bedroom bungalow in the Highlands. On paving. Built in 1941 -under F. H. A. Gas heat, weather stripped, Venetian blinds. Early possession. Will G. I. 510,750. C. R. Brown, Realtor. Phone 1314 or 237-1. FOR SALE—2 bedroom home. N. E., gas heat, auto, hot water, attache*^ garage, large lot. Pretty good buy at S8.000. Terms. Romey Realty. Ph. 584. FOR SALE BY NICE OWNER WANTED—Waitress. Hours 11 a. in. to 7:30 p. m. No Sunday. No beer served. Golden Oak Cafe. For Sale—Tavern, Bldg. & Equipment 6 rooms for living quarters. Write H-23, GLOBE-GAZETTE If You Want the Headaches Taken Out of Your Car TAKE A BIG DOSE OF McKibben & Bryan 3 Bedroom House Has Ige. living room and screened porch. Two car garage. Gas heat. Shaded yard. Well located. 115 SOUTH VERMONT Cottages A35 FOR RENT—For balance of season: South Shore Clear Lake cottage, completely furnished, on Clear Lake's best sandy beach. Will also rent by week or month. Sec Keith Sanborn, South Shore, or call Mason City, 5240. FOR RENT—Modern north shore cottages. Close to Surf. Call or write G. Oulman. 711 Walnut. Phone 751-W at Clear Lake. FOR RENT—Lake shore cottage by week or month. Phone 1339 .or see Don Toepfer, Oakwood Park, Clear Lake. Lots for Sale 36 FOR SALE IN WILLOWBROOK ADDITION LOT NO. 1, BLOCK 16 Located on Circle Drive on west side. This lot has a 210 ft. frontage on the lagoon. CONTACT DR. M. L. HALE 121 E. Park Road, Iowa City, Iowa FOR SALE—2 lots near Bayslde Park. 1 block from shore. S200 per lot. Oleson Co. Ph. 108 or 356S-W. Service At 5 South Penn. Ph.1835 FOR SALE LARGE HOUSE AT 604 NORTH FEDERAL to be moved or torn d^vvn. Inquire at HUNTER-SEDARS MOTOR CO. 520 North Federal FOR SALE—Tavern and cafe doing $80.000 business. Equipment. Terms for part. Mr. Moore at P. O. Box 678, Mason City, Iowa. Notices UNLESS special classification of ad is requested, customers must accept classification of advertising department of this paper. FOR SALE—Service station on main highway near Mason City. Facilities for complete service. All equipment and modern house included. Write Box F-21, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Women to take care of rooms. Full time and part time employment. Permanent work. Apply Hotel Eadmar. Call KELROYS441 hor Repairing and FOR SALE BY OWNER 4Bedrm.Mod.Home Oak firs., garage, on pav., full lot. $7500 31 Fourteenth N. E. after 5 P. M. Acreage 37 FOR SALE—24 ACRES, 5 Room Bungalow Gas heat, septic sewer, water fixed for piping in hoase. Fruit and chicken house 12 ft. by 24 ft. PHONE 2012, MANLY, IOWA Farms for Sale 39 Funeral Director MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need." Auto or Air Ambulance. MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not bo costly. Ambulance service. Phono 1505. McAULEY Sc SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 651. PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home. Known for Service. Ambulance, oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140. Lost, Found Help Wtd., Mole 20 Wanted-Mechanic for Magneto and Speedometer Work. Top wages. Central Auto Elect 25 First St. S. W. HAVE OPENING for single person between ages of 35 to 45, as Hotel Auditor. Good starting salary and excellent working conditions. Please write letter of application, including references to the undersigned. No phone calls please. FRANK J. ENBUSK Certified Public Accountant First National Bank Bldg. Mason City, Iowa WANTED—Beauty operators to work in Damon's Beauty Salon. Air conditioned. Short hours. No night work except Friday night. Guaranteed salary, plus commission or commission basis. Vacation jay, plus store discount. Apply Eva Behrens. manager. WANTED- Bakery, -Man for loading. Clear Lake Clear Lake, Iowa. LOST—White dog, dark spots, partly Spitz. Answers to name "Mickey." B18 N. Penn. Ph. 5260. Money to Loan 8 FARM loans 1%. No commission. Prompt closing. Pay as you lik*. Romry Realty. Phone 884. LOAN»—$29 to $300. State Finance Co.. 201 Weir bldg. Pliuno I03!J. LOANS—Se« United Financial Service, 15'/a N. Federal, over Ford Hopkins Drug Store. Fhone ST. YOUNG MAN TO SELL NORGE HOME APPLIANCES A better than average job with good earnings for man willing to work. Liberal salary and commission. Thorough training given by manager experienced in appliance sales. • DAMONS, INC. APPLIANCE CENTER Ask lor Mr. Makeover WANTED Exp. Wash Man. 103 SOUTH PENN. AL AND DICK'S SUPER SERVICE Replacing GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS RADIATOR SERVICE We give you more for less cost Help Wfd., Male, Female 23 WANTED—School teachers in Oregon. All grades. Good opportunity. Good salaries. Beautiful country. Write R-21, Globe-Gazette. KITCHEN help wanted. Male or female. Wltke Cafe, Clear Lake. WANTED AT PRIVATE CLUB Tap Room Attend't Dishwasher Waitress Proper Cooling Js one of the most important functions of your car. Try us for service. CENTRAL AUTO 25 First S. W. H & H MOTORS Sales PACKARD Service Also repair any make of car. HAROLD HOOD 12 Seventh S. E. PHONE 1512 Services Offered 27 NORTH IOWA WALL MASTERS WALL WASH ING by Machine DEGEN hardwood floor service. FRAN Laying, sanding. Ph. 167Z ) pnon. 812 HOMES AND COMMERCIAL Buildings Free Estimate. FRANK AND BILL TENNEY 310 North Tedcra A New Listing ee this li Story All Mod. Home n southeast section. Newly decorated. ,iving room, dininp room, kitchen, 2 icdrooms, bath down, 2 bedrooms up. Gas heat and garage. BECK BROS. CO., Realtors Phone 134 or after hours 4735-W FOR SALE — 3-4 bedroom house, automatic heat, ex- ra lot. 2 blocks east high school. 419 1st N. E. •"OR SALE—Modern 2 bedroom home. Gas heat, hardwnorl floors, attached «a- age. Desirable location. Ph. 34, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Cerro Gordo County Farm For Sale 400 acres, improved, on a gravel road. 3£ miles Southwest from Nora Springs. 335 acres tillable, balance pasture and lots. 1 story 6 room house, garage, barn, double corn crib, 2 single corn cribs, granary, cattle shed, machine shed, hog house and chicken house. Buildings have electricity. _ Write — E. M. HIGGINSON, Farm Field Supervisor P. O. Box 53 Clear Lake, la. FOR SALE—1947 20 ft. Ironwood trailer house. Maple Crest Cabins. FOR SALE—5 rm. house, $5,700. Guild, 867 or 1580. Phone FOR SALE—Small tile bungalow. Lights, not modern. Full cement basement. In Midland Hgts. $500 down. $30 per mo. Olcson Co. Ph. 108 or 35G8-W. FOR SALE—2 bedroom home. N. E., corner lot, well landscaped, stoker heat. A good buy.Will F. H. A. and G. I. $8.950, Romey Realty. Ph. 584. FOR SALE—Brand new, 2 bedroom home In Highlands. Ready soon. Very complete and attractive. Extra good quality construction. See Frank J. Enbusk, 309 First Nntlonn! Bank Bldg. ' HOUSES FOR SALE 3 rm. house full lot. Central Heights $3,750.00 8 rm. mod. house, close In, S. W. section $ 6,500.00 6 rm. mod. hse. Central Heights $ 8,000.00 6 rm. mod. hse. Roosevelt dist. $ 8,500.00 7 rm. mod. hse. Close in, N. W. section $10,800.00 Large hse. in desirable close in location $12,000.00 Forest Park bungalow, 3 bedrooms, gns heat $15,000.00 W. L. PATTON, 109 East State St. OWN A FARM T\vo of those advertised the last two weeks sold on first inspection. Here's this week's splendid values: A good buy, with or without crop. 200 Acres with 55 Pasture. Modern house. Near Rudd. Rolling 200' A. with 25 pasture. Good set bldgs; lights and water in house. Near Thornton. $140 per A. No fiuer laying, all tillable 150 A. Only fair bldgs.; new deep well. When you see the fine crops you'll hardly believe it is less than $175 per A. Stuart Realty Co. Clear Lake FOR SALE—By owner, new 4 bedroom home. Gas heat. Partly furn. 007 N. Tyler Ave. FOR SALE— BO, 80, flO, 160. 200 acra Improved farms. 120 and 200 acre unimproved. Gen. mdsc. store; 2 home*. In Crystal Lake. A. R. Jansson, Cryj- tal Lake. FOR SALE—Large iclcctlon southern Minn, farms. Write for bulletin. Jo- hannscn Realty Co., 422'/a N. Main, Aui- Lln, Minn.

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