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Mason City, Iowa
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12 July 18, 1948 M»»»n City GJobe-G«ielt«, Ma*on CUr, U. Midwest Livestock (SATURDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin. Minn. Minn Trend— Steady to Good Butchers— Steady 25c lower 140-150 Ibs 1 $20.40 150-160 Ibs 524.75 §22.40 160-170 Ibs. 525.75 J3.3.40 170-180 Ibs $26-75 $26.00 180-190 Ibs 5 27 - 50 180-200 Ibs *28.00 180-200 Ibs $2».00 200-220 Ibs 528.00 $28.00 220-240 Ibs $28.00 $28.00 240-270 Ibs $27.25 $27.00 270-300 Ibs 32C.OO $26.00 300-330 IDS $24.50 $24.50 330-360 Ibs $23.50 $23.50 Good 'Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs. $23.00 $23.00 300-330 Ibs $23.00 $23.00 33XJ-360 Ibs 523.00 $23.00 360-400 Ibs S22.25 $22.25 400-450 Ibs 521.25 $21.25 450-500 Ibs $20.25 $20.25 500-550 Ibs §20.25 $20.25 Waterloo Steady $27.75 $28.00 $28.00 $27.00 S2G.OO $25.00 $24.00 $23.00 $23.00 $23.00 $22.25 $21.50 $21.50 $20.75 Cedar Rapids Steady $27.50 $28.00 $23.00 $27.25 $26.25 $25.00 $24.00 $23.00 $23.00 $23.00 S22.75 $23.00 $20.75 Corn Makes Good Target Chicago, (JP) — Corn made a good target for selling on the board of trade Saturday following an agricultural department forecast of a record crop. Wheat and oats' weakened, but losses were not particularly large at any time. "Wheat staged a good rally in the last 30 minutes. Wheat closed lower to 1 higher, July S2.29g, corn was 3£ lower to £ higher, July $1.99-1.99*, oats were unchanged to j lower, July 88J-i, and soybeans were 3 to 3£ lower, July $4. SATURDAY GRAIN CLOSE Chicago, (fP, — WHEAT— High Low Close July $2.29 Va $2-28 ja.SS^/a Sept . . 2.20% 2.29 2.30^-Va 2.32'A Z.aCHi 2.32 Vi>-'A 2.29% 2.29 2.29^a-Vi New Records in Livestock Chicago, (IP) —Hogs were quoted nominally steady at $21.50 to $29.75 Saturday, ending a week which saw new July records made in all sections of the livestock market. During the week all hogs rose 50 cents to §1.50 as receipts fell off and demand continued urgent. Hogs reached $30 on Thursday, highest for any July on record. Custodian of Echo Valley Park Quits West Union—E. R. Ballard, custodian of-Echo Valley park, near West Union, since April, 1934, has been retired under the state's new policy of retiring all officials over 65, according to a letter he received this week from Wilbur A. Rush, state custodian. ' Ballard will be relieved by Gerald L. Paige, West Union, as custodian of the park. C. F. Meyer, Mt. Vernon, is district supervisor. Ballard assumed his duties as custodian in 1934 as the park was under construction by the CCC workers, and has held that position since. The park was officially -opened in 1938. Under Ballard's supervision, the park has been heavily planted to trees, so that areas formerly pasture, have been heavily wooded making desirable picnic spots. The park is visited annually by hundreds of picnickers and vacationers from the area, and the trout stream, Glover's creek, also attracts many anglers from all over the midwest. HERE and THERE Dec. May COHN— July Sept. Dec. .. May .. OATS— July Sept. Dec. May SOYBEANS— July Nov. LARD— July Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Chicago, 500, total > — (USDA) — Salable hogs 2,500 (estimated); compared 1.79% l.G2'A 1.63% .83% .83% 4.02 "/j 3.22 22.50 23.00 .23.13 .23.25 .24.47 1.96=58 1.99-99'A 1.60 'A 1.60 '/a .87% .BlTs .83 .83 '/a 3.99','a 22,40 22.75 22.90 23.00 24.27 1.62-62 "A 1.63'A- 1 ! 8 .88'i-li .W*-Va .83',;,-% .83-58-% 4.00 3.2Hi 22.50 22.95 23.12 23.25 24.45 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Saturday Market) Chicago, (/P)—No wheat. Corn: No. 1 yellow $2.05Vi®07; No. 2, $2.07; No. 5, $1.93; sample grade $1.50. Oats: No. 1 white $1.00'/a. Barley, malting, $1.60^95 nominal; feed $1.20(555 nominal. Mason City Grain (Quotations Farmers' Elevator) At 10 a. m. Saturday No. 2 oats, 32 Ibs., 10 day 76c No. 2 oats, 32 j lbs., July 20 ... 71c No. 2 oats, August 70c No. 2 yellow corn, 5 day $1.81 Soybeans, No. 2 S3.80 Soybeons, No. 2, Nov. 15 $2.90 Produce week ago: All hogs 50 cents to $1.50 higher. Salable cattle 300 (estimated); total not given; compared week ago: Sharp supply reduction locally and in aggregate boosted prices sharply on all staughtcr classes; good and choice 1150 to 1350 Ib. matured steers 50 cents to SI higher; good and choice bigweight steers $1 up; all light yearlings $1 higher; common and medium steers and heifers 51.50^2.50 higher; good and choice heifers SI higher. Beef cows $l(<o2 over late last week; canners and cutters and bulls Slxl.50 higher; vealers generally Slfri2 higher; stockers and feeders scarce, strong, mostly $24<si29.25 on medium to" average- good grade. High-choice 122G Ib. steers topped at $40, new high on crop; next highest price $39.25; most good find choice steers closed at S36.50<?| 3U.25; comparable 1500-1800 Ib. bigweights S3fi@ 38.50, 1773 !b. averages §37.75. and 1681 Ibs. S37.50; good and choice heifers closed at 536^137, with $37.65 paid on D50 Ib. average-choice kinds; all common and medium light steers and heifers active at S24fi'J4. Some such cattle considerably more than $8 over late last week; beef cows closed at S21S25 mostly; good cows to $20.50; heifery offerings to $28; canners and cutters $16.5011 10.50; heavy sausage bulls reached $2G, and good to choice vealers sold freely at $29, topping at $30. Salable sheep 100 (estimated); total not given; compared week ago: Salable receipts much larger than previous week; bulk of supply shorn yearlings, majority grading good and choice; little net change in prices until close when all slaughter classes advanced around 50; 900 head good to choice 108 Ib. averages with mixed lamb and yearling mouths ?29, other good and choice yearling wethers §27<!i28. Five loads mostly good grade southwestern 86 to 94 Ib. yearling wethers $2G^i 26.50, few medium and good lots S23 <S25; yearling ewes usually sorted out and majority sold to packers at a discount of $2 from wethers; bulk good and choice nntive spring lambs $31.50, closing top $32. with common to medium throwouis clown to $25: slaughter ewes $12 down to $8 for deck 97 Ib. cull and common westerns. Funera! Monday for Charles City Man Charles City—Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday at the Hauser funeral home for Henry Bunn, 72, of 110 Bunn avenue, who died Thursday at the Cedar Valley hospital following several years' illness. The Rev. Edna M. Fellows, pastor of the First Christian church, will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Bunn was born in East St. Charles township, Floyd county, Dec. 4, 1875, son of Benjamin and Melissa Elsworth Bunn. He has lived in this .community all his Britt —Miss Ina Nelson, R. N., of Chicago is spending a few weeks in Britt with her mother, Mrs. Ida M. Nelson, and sister, Mrs. Ernest Schubert, and other relatives. Garner—Mrs. C. N. Housh is visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudolph, in Fort Worth, Texas. She plans to be gone about 3 weeks and will visit Seteia and Cuernavara, Mexico, before returning home. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bailey and son of Council Bluffs are enjoying a week's visit in the home of Mr. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey. Chapin—Ruth C r a b b, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crabb, underwent an operation foi appendicitis at the hospital in Hampton Wednesday. Ionia—Leary Zielstorf is staying at the Ray Wright home while his mother, Mrs. Carroll Zielstorf, is in the hospital in Charles City where she underwent an appendectomy Thornton—The Rev. and Mrs Paul Kenyon and daughter lef' for Ramona, S. Dak., thence to Whitemouth, Manitoba, Canada, to visit relatives. Bassett^-Mr. and Mrs. Huber Duncan returned from their wedding trip to the Yellowstone National Park. Klemme—Recent guests at the Henry Jost home were Mr. and Mrs. George Sherman of Chicago, Mrs. Marie Nagel, Mrs. Atlanta Thompson, Diana Masterson and In Memoriam A2 CARD OF THANKS Ve wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness, loral tributes, words of comfort and nil gifts extended during the illness and lassing of our beloved sister and aunt, Cy ' THE LEHMAN SISTERS, NIECES AND NEPHEWS LEGAL NOT ICES Mr. and Mrs. Ed Letzring of Sheffield. Thornton—John Belmond returned to the Veterans' hospital after a 15-day visit with Thornton NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. .ss. Ill District Court. No. 6956. June Term, 1948. To all whom It may concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the :ast Will and Testament of William J. York Deceased, dated April 4, 1940. and Codicil thereto dated May 31. 1946, having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 2Cth day of July. 1948. is fixed for hearing proof of some 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 are 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 and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, June 23, 1943. S H MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. U93G. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and uuliiied as Executor of the* eststa of ennie M. Telford, Deceased, late of erro Gordo County. AH persons ln- ebted to said estate are requested to lake Immediate payment; and those hav- ng claims against the same will present icm, duly authenticated, to the under- gned for allowance, and file in the ffice of the Clerk of the District Court. E. W. CLARK D. H. FITZPATRICK, Attorney Dated July 1, 1S''8. S II. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy In Memoriam AZ Today Is a day of remembrance And many snd regrets, A day we shall always remember When the rest of the world forgets. As we loved you, so we miss you In our memory you are always near; Loved, remembered, longed for always, For to us you were so dear. In memory of Mr. H. E. Woodward who passed away 1 year ago July 10. MRS. H. E. WOODWAHD AND FAMILY Funeral Director MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need Dot be costly. Ambulance service Phone 1503. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified (uneral service Ambulance 8 South Adams. Call 651. PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home Known for service. Ambulance, Oxygen equipped 322 N Washington Ph 1140 MAJOR "Major Funeral Service Home Meets Auto or Air Ambulance Phone 611. VDUJ Need " BusineM Opportunities 18 TAVERN . N. Cent. la. town of 5000 pop. 4 room bath apt. Down town loc. Fully equip. Nice volume. Good lease. Terms. Phillips-Gray Co. "BUSINESS EXCHANGE" 2-8378 602 S & L Bldg, 2-0048 Salesman FOR SALE—Grocery store. 2 story frame bJdtr., living quarters above. Doing very good business in small town: only 2 stores. Reason for selling—111 health. Completely remodeled upstairs and down. Call 13 or see Floyd Thorshelm, Fertile, la. FOR SALE—Tavern at Bassett, Iowa. Good business. Dale Frazie, Eassett. Help Wtd., Male 20 Personals NOTICE—If you wish to see me or would like to have medicine or glass cleaner, am now located at 410 North Washington. Henry Storck, Ph. G. FAJRMOUNT Maternity seclusion sanitarium for unmarried girls. Low rates. Working reduces expenses. Confidential 1414 East 27th. Kansas City. Mo. friends. Osage• • Mrs. Rose Chisholm, life. He is survived by 2 children, Mrs. Beatrice Pickell, Ames, and Clifford Bunn, Charles City; a brother, Benjamin Bunn, Charles City. Danny and Kay, Mason City, former Osage residents, arc spending 6 weeks in Osage territory visiting relatives and friends. R a ke—Misses Mable Krieger of Apsilante, Mich., and Lois Krieger of Minneapolis, were guests at the Orville Erdahl home a few days. LeRex, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. .C. Jacobsbn of Cedar Falls, Iowa, spent a few days in the A. Buck- Dumont Auxiliary Elects Officers Dum<mt—Mrs. Helen Maier will be installed as president of the American Legion Auxiliary Monday night. Mrs. Ben Stafford will act as installing officer. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Oliver Stubbe, first vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Pfaltzgraff, home. Nora Springs Henry Christian- 2nd vice Kennedy, president; secretary; Mrs. Mrs. Jenc Carl (Quotation by E. G. Morse) MASON CITY—For Saturday Eggs, No. 1 44c Eggs, undergrades 33c Eggs, nest run 37c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. up 26c Heavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. up ... 21c Light h">.ns . 17c Springs, heavy breeds 36c Springs, Leghorns 33c Old cocks, heavy breeds .... 15c Leghorn cocks 12c Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY—For Saturday OUT OF MARKET Jacob E. Decker & Sons CATTLE MASON CITY—For Saturday Good steers and heifers $33.00-36.00 Eggs, at retail 43-49c Butter, Iowa State Brand. 88-89c Butter, Corn Country ..... 87-88c LIVESTOCK FORECAST Chicago, (IP)— Unofficial estimated livestock receipts for Monday: Hogs 12,000; cattle 10,000; sheep 2,000. Leaves for Camp Cresco—Leslie Wells of Austin, Minn., who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. "Wells, will leave next week for northern Minnesota where he will be the officer in charge of a national guard camp for a 2 weeks' training. Wells was a staff sergeant in the army during World war II. Prior to that he was with the na- ! tional guard. t Good to choice steers and heifers .................... 531.00-33.00 Good steers and heifers ---- 530.00-31.00 Boechemeier, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Barlon, historian; Mrs. William Alexander, chaplain; Mrs. Marguerite Borncman, sergeant at arms. The executive committee consists of Mrs. Jake Reiners, Lucile Ahrens graff. and Mrs. Leslie Pfaltz- Medium steers and heifers ... $27.00-29.00 Fair steers and heifers ...... $21.00-23.50 Plain steers and heifers ..... 519.00-21.00 Choice cows ................ 321.00-23.00 Good cows .................. $20.00-22.00 Medium cows ................ S19.50-22.50 Fair cows S17 .00-18. 50 Good bulls ................... $21.00-23.00 Medium bulls ............... S20. 00-22.00 Bologna bulls ............... $18.00-21.00 Canners and cutters ......... $14.50-17.00 CALVES MASON CITY— For Saturday Choice Good S28.00 $26.00 Medium 521.00 Common $18.00 Culls $14.00 CLTPPF.D LAMBS MASON CITY—For Saturday $22.50-23.50 $19.50-20.50 $15.00-16.00 12.50 Good to Medium choice Osage Men Purchase Landborg Feed, Seed Osage—Harvey Norby, for 2J years an employe ol the Landborg Feed and Seed, and George Cast, vocational agriculture instructor of the Osage high school, have purchased the Landborg Feed and Seed, ownership to begin Monday. Mrs. Landborg, \yho has operated the business since the death of her husband, Jan. 30, states that she will continue to reside in Osage, for the present. Norby, son of Mrs. Mathilda Norby, was reared on a farm near Osage. He was graduated from the Osage high school. Gast was also reared on a farm near Osage, was graduated from Osage high school and from Iowa State college, and has been an instructor for the past 4 years in the Osage high school. He has asked for a release from the Osage board of education to attend his new duties as manager. sen of Salem, Ore., is visiting his brother, John Christiansen, his sisters, Mrs. Christina Hansen and Mrs. J. A. dough and other relatives and friends. LeRoy, Minn. — Mrs. Esther Christerison has gone to Madison N. Da!;., to see her sister. Mrs. II Ruin, who i.s seriously ill. Garner—Hancock County Ab stractor and Mrs. D. E. Flood and daughters, left Saturday for weeks' vacation trip to the stale of Washington. They will visi with a brother of Mr. Flood. Threi sisters of Mr. Flood will accom pany them on the trip. Chapin—Mi-, and Mrs. Darien Green and son of Charlotte, N. Car., are spending the week at the home of his father, G. L. Green. Chapin—Miss Alice McCiintoclc was taken to the hospital in. Hampton for treatment Thursday. Mcservey—J. L. Pals has returned home from a several weeks' visit with relatives in Wisconsin. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Delmar J. Harmon of Minneapolis, Minn., were recent guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harmon. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Yost, Jr., arc the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Wavcrly. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and Darlene of Chicago arc" visiting at the Mrs. Anna Vaagen NOTICE OF riOOIJATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 6D48. June Term, 1948. To nil whom it may concern: You arc hereby notified, that an Instrument o£ writing purporting to be the as' Will and Testament of L. W Paterson. Deceased, dated July 24. 194G. hav- ng been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 2Gth day of July. 1943, is ixcd 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 al persons interested are hereby nolifiec and required to appear, nnd shosv cause if nny they have, why said instrumen' should not be prabaled and allowed a: and for the last Will and Testament o: said deceased. Dntcd at Mason City, Iowa. June 24, 1948. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Lost, Found ,OST OR STRAYED—Siamese cat, male. Answers to name "Coco." Reward. "-•honu 12-F22. ,OST—Downtown Wed. P. M., man's billfold with valuable papers. Return .o Globe-Gazette. Reward. WANTED—Boy 16 years or warehouse work. Hlgleys. older for WANTED Reliable Salesman to sell direct to farmers for old established seedhouse. Prefer men who have a general knowledge of farming and are known in tneir own farming community. Commission basis, work will pay better than $200 a week for first year to men who qualify and have ambition to get ahead. If you are seeking a position with an eye for the future, write stating qualification and banking or business reference. All replies confidential. P. O. Box 121 Commerce Station, Minneapolis, Minnesota. WANTED Parts Room Helper SEE OTTO DE FRIES Pritchard Motor Co. MASON CITY, IOWA Services Offered 27 LOST—Billfold Saturday afternoon. Ph. 3390-W. Money to Loan 8 FARM LOANS at 4«1. None too small, none too big. Manley's. LOANS. Federal Discount, 19% North Federal. Telephone 516. WANTED—Help for general v.'ork in Farmers' Creamery. Year around job Experience preferred but not necessary if willing to work and learn trade. Call or Write Paul Engen, Farmers' Creamery, Wesley, Iowa. WANTED—Inside and outside painting. Phone 5060-W. ^ AUTO and true* 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. BRICKLAYERS WANTED Highest wages paid. Villa Shores, Hobart, Ind. Phone 2GO. NEED MONEY? See MRS. S1MCN For Quick, Courteous Confidential Service. LOANS UP TO $300 Security Loan Co. WANTED Typewrite rand Adding Machine Service Man for Mason City territory. Phone 1507 or write ROY EDGINGTON, Inc. 10 S. Delaware, Mason City, Iowa FOR SALE—Black dirt, till dirt del.: also ashes, rubbish hauled. Ph. I670-W. DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672, Saw WHINGER BOLL S—All washer*. Shop, 502 S. Federal. LAWN mowers sharpened at your home. Guaranteed. S1.50. Ph. 2185-J. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENORS Room 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CORl'OKATION Notice is hereby sivcn that the corporate existence o£ Home Furniture Store, Inc., of Miison City, Iowa, was dissolved as of Juno 1, 19-1!!. in accordance with the unanimous vote of the stockholders o£ the said corporation. NATE ROSENBAUM President and Secretary N. LEVINSON. Attorney SEE the United Home .Bank and Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans. CASH LOANS—?20 to SMO. Household Finance Corporation, 117'A N. Federal. Phone 541. LOANS—525 to S300. State Finance Co., 201 Weir bldg. Phone 103R FERTILIZER PLANT MANAGER—Expanding; Midwest organization has unusual opportunity for man experienced in acidulation and dry-mixing of commercial fertilizer. Well-equipped, modern plant. SialL- full qualifications and salary required first letter. Replies confidential. Write B-10, Globe-Gazette. WALLPAPER hanging is our business. Phone 3441-W. LOANS—See United Financial Service, 15'/a N. Federal, over Ford Hopklru Drug Store. Phone 57 WANTED—Married man on farm. Separate house. M. T. Van Voorhis. Osage, Iowa. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF KXKCV'TOR STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, .ss. No. 0047. Notice is hereby given, that the under- Kned has been duly appointed and uiilificd as Exuirutor of the estate of lice Gallagher, Deceased, late of Cerro ordo County. All persons indebted to lid otsate are requested to make im- lediate payment; and those havinR lairns nRaiast the same will present inn, duly authenticated, to the underlined for allowance, and file in the of- cc of the Clerk of the District Court- C. A. PARKEH D. H. FITZPATRICK, Attorney Datrd July 1. 1948. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy home. Lakola —Gild a Melz went to NIGHT AUCTION Tuesday, July 13 at 7:30 P. M. Belmond, Iowa For Tuesday night's sale we will have all kinds of livestock, including feeder pigs und sows. See Ihem before sale. At our auction last week we had a good market for butcher cows, medium fed steers, grass catlle, stocker and feeder cattle. The cattle market at our Belmond sale was higher last week than the week before. SPEND TUESDAY EVENING AT OUR PAVILION You may want a truck to haul in your consignment. For good trucking service, call Ihe Belmond sale barn. ERVIN MOSS is auctioneer at our Tuesday sales. BELMOND SALES PAVILION Ames this week to attend the 4-H girls convention. Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, local leader, took her and some of the neighboring girls. Ionia—Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrn Erickson and family o£ Rockford 111., were recent guests at the home of Mrs. Erickson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herzog. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Tryg Hougen, Barbara and Roger joinec Mr. Mrs. Gale Halvorson Charles and Gary of Sioux Rapids at Lake Okoboji for a week's vaca- MARVIN PALS, Owner and Manager PHONE 173 Demonstrate Fitting, Grooming Baby Beef Clarion—A baby beef fitting and grooming demonstration will be conducted at the Eldon Barnes farm 4 miles northeast of Clarion, at 1:30 p. m. Monday. Bill Inlau, field representative for Iowa Beef Producers Association, assisted by local cattle showmen will conduct the grooming demonstration. Beef trimming, clipping, washing and other practices beneficial to the showing oC the beef will be demonstrated. The procedure for fitting Angus, Hereford and Shorthorn baby beeves will be demonstrated. 1 ion. Death Notices 1 SENEY Ray. 63, Mason City Jeweler fo •SO years, died Saturday morning at ical hospital following nn illness. Fi local ncral services will be held nt the Majo Memorial chapel nt 2:30 p. m. Moncla with the Hcv. GcorRe A. Shells, assuciat pastor oC the First Methodist church, con ductinR the service. Interment will I) at Elm wood cemetery. The Major funcr; home in charge. INSULATE YOUR HOME Enjoy cool comfort in the summer, warmth through the winter. FHA Insured Loans Available at INSTALLMENT LOAN JJKPT. First National Bank MASON CITY WANTED Day and Night- Warehousemen Age 21 to 35. Good working conditions Apply GAMBLE ROBINSON CO. 502 South Delaware WANTEB—Care of children by 16 year old girl. Phone 3783W. Rent Cars, Trucks •"DRIVE-TJR-SELF" LANE BROS., Inc. 804 Fourth St. S. W. Phone 447 Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Baled nlfalfn. 4 mi, from M. C. Ron Strieker, Ph. 32S-R3. WANTED—Experienced waitress. Randy's Air Conditioned cafe, Clear Lake. Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Egeland Skelgas and Appliance 18 South Delaware WANTED — Dependable girl for genera! house work. Phone 2169W. WANTED—Experienced «irl or woman for cooking, housework and care of children. Ph. 2953. NOTICE 01' I'UOBATE OK WILL TATE OK IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. ss. In District Court. No. G9G2. June Term, 1348. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that nn in- trument of writing pvirportiuR to be the nst Will and Testament of Richard A. VlcGulre. Deceased, dated January 11, 947, having been this day filed, opened ind read. Monday the 2nd day of August. 3411, is fixed for hearing proof of same it the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, jcfore thn District Court of said County, jr the Cleric of said Court; and at 2 /clock P. M.. of ihe day above mcn- liimod nil persons interested arc hereby lOtificd ant! required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said in- ,trumcnt should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will und Tastnment of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, July 1, 4H S 'll. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy NOTICE OF THE AIT-OINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. s- No. 6961. Notice is hereby given, that the under- siKiiod has been duly appointed and {.. != !:j'e!l "" Administratrix o£ the estate nf""Johii R. Carpenter, Deceased, Into of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those having rl.-iimu. anninst the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undcr- •.•iuncd for allowance, and file in the office o£ Ihfi Clerk of the District Court. ANNA CARPENTER STANLEY L. HAYNES, Attorney Di« I i-d -Tuly 1, 10 1 " 5 - „ S H MacPEAK. Clerk District Court . By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy WANTED 1000 BALES Second Cutting ALFALFA HAY WALT VIN ING WANTED—Waitresses evenings. Minute Lunch, 329 S. Federal. One WANTED—Dish washer. Phone C5. CHRISTMAS CARDS WITH NAME Low as 50 for SI. Sell fast from FREE Samples. You make big profit. Up to 50?c on easy SI sales of 21-Card "Southern Beamy," other beautiful Assortments. Samples on approval. SOUTHERN GREETING CARDS. 21G S. Pauline, Dept. A-l, Memphis, Tcnn. MIRRORS resllvered. Factory process. Guaranteed- Macket's. Phone 782. The Only Authorized Maytag Sales and Service in Mason City and Cerro Gordo County. Factory Trained Mechanics. Genuine Maytag arts. _ A guarantee that means something. HOME APPLIANCE CO. Phone 162 201-03 S. Federal Mason City Phone 68-J-3 Osage, Iowa Business Opportunities 3 Good equipment, located in Town of 1750 in North Iowa Doing $30,000 business yearly. Other interests reason for selling. WRITE W-8, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED GENERAL OFFICE CLERK 21-35 years old. Must be able to type. Good salary, 40 hour week, pleasant working conditions. WRITE B-8, GLOBE-GAZETTE \VANTED—Waitress and cook. Rock Island Cafe, Manly, Iowa. KEEP COOL With Rock Wool IOWA INSULATORS, ROOFERS . . SIDERS Phone 5796 for Free Estimates NEED EXTRA MONEY? Sell nexvest-Christmas Cascls with name at SO for SI, up. Fine profit. Ktop up to 5<)c on SI Leader 21-Cnrd Assortment, other fast sellers. Samples on approval. Hcrtel Art, 305 \V. Adams, Dcpt, B-32, Auto Body Work, PAINTING AND REPAIRING Reasonable prices. Free estimates. TOM MURTAGH 1223 N. Federal Phone 5504 Chica«o. \ WANTED—Housekeeper on farm. Elec- Iriclty and pressure wator system. Four adults in family. Write N9 Globe-Gazette. NIGHT SALE TUESDAY, JULY 13 — 7:30 P. M. AT ST. ANSGAR, !OWA OUR AUCTIONS ARE BEING HELD AT NIGHT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. * 500 — HEAD OF LIVESTOCK — 500 20 White Face heifers, 500 Ibs.; 20 Shorthorn heifers, 500 Ibs.; 6 Angrus steers carrying sonic flesh, 1,000 Ibs.; 15 White Face steer calves; 20 Shorthorn steer calves; 15 feeding cows; our usual run of local butcher cattle, stockers and feeders, fat cattle, brood sows, wet sows, veal calves and sheep. 300 feeder pigs. I FOR PRIVATE SALE—40 Nebraska White Face cows with calves at foot. Also feeder pigs for private sale. We have buyers for all classes of livestock. Consign your stock to our St. Ansrar auction. ST. ANSGAR SALE BARN Ben W. Mouw, Auctioneer — Phone 170 Axel Hansen, Manager, Phone 304 Office Phone 113 Charles Cityan Dies; Funeral to Be Monday Charles City—Funeral services will be held at 3:30 p. m. Monday at the Hauser funeral home for Ronald Ben Newton, 44, who died Friday at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Newton at the corner of Cleveland and 16th ave- rmc. He had been crippled with arthritis for 15 years and had lived with his parents. The Rev. J. K. Delahooke, pastor of the First Methodist church, will officiate and interment will be in Riverside cemetery. He is survived by his parents, 2 brothers, Stanley Newton, Riceville, and Dale Newton, Jackson, Minn., and 2 sisters, Mrs. Everett Staebler, 512 3rd avenue, and Mrs. P. E, Myers, Iowa Falls. THEATRE West central la. town 1400 pop. Well equipped. 370 seats. Shows 7 nights, 2 malincss weekly. Priced at $17,500. Liberal terms. Phillips-Gray Co. "BUSINESS EXCHANGE" 2-8378 602 S & L Bldg. DCS M. Salesmen 25 FEED SALESMAN Several choice territories now open in this State for man with car to sell complete, reasonably priced line of newest type Molasses Feeds and Supplements throuph dealers. Excellent paying position with opportunity for unlimited earnings. Must he able to start immediately. All replies held strictly confidential. Give at;c and past sales experience. Territories arranged so you can he home nights. Write Sales Mgr., INTERNATIONAL Feed Co.. 3401 Hiawatha Avc., Minneapolis. Minn. CARPENTER and cement work. Phone 2233-W. , H & H MOTORS Salet PAC_KAKD Service Also repair any make of car. HAROLD HOOD 12 Seventh S. E. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cm-porntions Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations , , 0 ™« <v> beposil.s o£ United States Government (including postal saviuus) '-', crn M Deposit:, of States nnd political subdivisions .. "liii'ls'ia Deposits of banks Other deposits (certified nnd officers' checks, etc.) TOTAL DEPOSITS '• ]!>0,f)37.4 Sponsors Swimming: Kanawha—The Lions club and the Red Cross are sponsors of a swimming program lor Kanawha young people. They are taken to the Clarion pool 3 times weekly. They will receive 12 swimming lessons. The playgrounds super- Visor, William Hall, nnd Miss Rose Wilkie accompany the group. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not Including subordinated obligations shown below S8.lM3.jQ2.51 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5 200,000.00 55,000.00 'profit's ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.I'/.'.'.'..M'.'...'. "..'- '". 144.255.-10 . . . 36,233.22 Capital* . Surplus Undivided Rcscrvna TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS S 4^.488.02 FOR SALE CAFE Doing $50,000 Yly. Business Newly remodeled, best location. Has been called the nicest, most modern cnfe in Albert Len. You will hnve tc sec this to appreciate it. Selling because of other business interest. PRICE $9,500 "Will give good lease. Fully equipped. Blake Motor Sales Phone No. 5344 ALBERT LEA, MINN. Attention Insulation, Roofing or Siding Salesmen Get fast selling sideline. Large weekly earnings. Will not interfere with your present line. Write or see White-Rusco Window Co. 317 Ninth S. E. Mason City TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $9,27fl,091.13 TAILORING SALESMAN—Our new Fall line containing beautiful fabrics of imported and domestic Roods is now ready. We have openings for a few fvil! time salesmen. Liberal commissions nnd bonus suits. Write at once Scot Woolen Co., 520 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. Want a Better Roof FOR LESS MONEY? . . . Call J. & L Roofing Co". for free estimate. Phone 4776-W P. O. Box 105 HE1MENDINGER TRANSFER LINE Office at 823 Fourth St S. W. for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. CALL 1070 First Class Body and Fender Work Car Painting Free Estimates MASON CITY NASH CO. 1311 North Federal Phone 835 •This hank's capital consists of: Common stock with total-par vnlue of $200,000.00. MEMORANDA Assets pledged or nssicncd to secure liabilities nnd for other purposes..$ SOO.000.00 I, R. A. Potter, Cnshicr, of the above-nnined bnnk, hereby certify thnt the above statement la true to the best of my knowlcdRc and belief. R. A. POTTEH, Cashier Correct—Attest: J. A. VAN NESS JOHN GALLAGHER H. J. BRYANT W. E. G1LDNEH Directors STATE OF IOWA, County of Cerro Gordo, KB. Sworn to nnd subscribed before mo this nth day of July, 194(1. (Notary's Scnl> FRANCES JDORMEDY. Notary Public GREAT opportunity. Ho your own boss. Have your own business. Firestone dealer store oJfcrsi yon the heRt return on your Investment. Write G. A. King, Route 3, Mason City. Phone 55<M\V. ESTABLISHED retail Lumber nnd Builders Supply Co. for sale In N. Iowa city of 15,000 population. 246 feet of trackage on 2 railroads, located on Mnin street. Large warehouse. Property size 132 feet hy 24G feet. Doing Rood business and commitments for better future business. Immediate possession with or without services of experienced manager. Attractive proposition. Reason for to close estate. Brokers protected. Write H-10, Globe-Gazette. Attention Building Contractors Lumber & Building Supply Dealers Get fast selling sideline. Liberal couimLssions. No bother in hnndllntf, ns we do nil lustalllnfi . . . Write or see WHITE-RUSCO WINDOW CO. RADIO and appliance repair. Larson Radio Service, 7 1 5th N. W. Ph. 5530. 317 Ninth S. E. Mason City Get Rusco ALL-STEEL, SELF STORING COMBINATION Screen, Storm and Weather Proofing Windows now, nnd you \vlll be through with storm nim screen care for life. 24 hour service If you net now. Write or call WHITE-RUSCO WINDOW CO. 317 Ninth S. £., Ma»on City Pnon« HOC

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