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Mason City, Iowa
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m 18 June 29, 1948 »»«•" C«r Gloke-GmieUe, M»j«n Cltjr, la. Countryside By Albert mnd Snsan £1x10 Blue Earth. Minn. Our part of the country has lately been blessed with good rains. Everything looks fresh and beautiful. Small grains are coming along nicely, and the corn is growing fast. Flax, that most beautiful of grains, is abundant around here this year. It is in bloom now, and its period of bloom has been prolonged by* the rain, so that one may see in any direction the blue haze of flax in flower. The other day we drove over to see a neighbor in the middle of the afternoon when flax flowers were closing. The field looked like it had been showered with millions of tiny blue stars. Each flower showed'separate and distinct from the others at close range, yet over the field in the distance the flowers merged into a sea of blue. It was a sight to make one feel serious and full of wonder at the greatness of God's universe. * * * Seasons, undisturbed by politics and political conventions and the scenes behind the scene, come and go serenely and unaware of the ambitions and heartaches of mankind. It is good to watch them unfold. They take the mind away from the turbulent contemporary life about and somehow fix it upon the things which are everlasting. * * * A friend in Blue Earth gave us a book on tea which we are reading with great interest. She also gave us a small package of 3as- mine tea. Since then all of us have been thinking about tea, its geography, its social and political implications. Until then the boys, especially, have been taking tea for granted. They drank green tea and black tea without realizing the difference. Now they want to know something about the tea they are drinking. One of them went shopping for tea the other day and brought home 4 different kinds which he was able to identify. He realizes now too, that everything about tea must be hot. We were in the midst of painting the kitchen woodwork when he came in and said he would make some tea. He went to the well and drew water, brought it in and boiled it rapidly in a small, new teakettle. Then he scalded out the earthenware teapot which he had been warming on the back of the stove, mixed some Formosa tea with some Oolong and put it in the teapot He poured on the boiling water and let it steep, covered, for 5 minutes. Then poured us our tea. We sat and drank it with bread and butter sandwiches and talked about tea in general. It was the most enjoyable tea party we have ever attended. * * v Not long ago we were waiting at a railroad station for some friends to arrive. Near us was a family party, the members of which were saying goodbye to the oldest son. We don't know where he was going. Everyone seemed pretty blue about his leaving. At the last minute there was great confusion. The boy started to kiss his mother goodbye but instead she shook hands with him. Then everyone shook hands. We know that down in their hearts they wanted to kiss and hug each other. Why didn't they? Probably because they felt it was out of place, too demonstrative, or maybe they were too shy. The whole scene was an awkward one, witnessed by other waiting people, who couldn't help seeing the incident. Usually such awkward goodbyes come about because through the years the mother or the father haven't been in the habit of kissing each other good night or good morning or bestowing upon their children a little kiss now and then. And first thing they know, it is too late. When they would show their love and affection, it is almost alien. This should not be. Families should realize that they come first, either in private or in public. They the segments of the whole. And members should not have to go away from home, maybe never to return, without the preciovis farewells. These farewells may be, and should be, simple and quiet, and they do not have to interfere with standersby in any way. But they should be so ingrained in members of a family as to make them spontaneous and natural. A mother or father should never say, "Oh, you are getting too big to kiss your mother or your dad.' Tommyrot and idle talk. Every day of your life show a little love and affection to other members of your family. Even a little wore or smile or gesture will build up the assurance which individua members must have. And it wil pave the way to temporary goodbyes and even eternal ones which will be goodbyes said withou awkwardness or anguish or remorse. For goodbyes are the finale to which life builds the approach day by day. Let us not come upon them unexpectedly and withou rehearsal. Attend Commencement Haiiloiittnvn — Mrs. Margare Schneiter and her son Edwin attended commencement exercise at the University of Minnesota Her grandson, Harry Schneiter Jr., and his wife, the former Joai Martingale, were members of th class of 3,226 graduates. They wil go to Dearborn, Mich., where Mr Schneiter will report July 1 a Wayne county hospital. NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers Tcget Construction Co., to E. C. Sullivan, 51, (WD) L437 Midland Hgts., M. C., 4-1-48. i Teget Construction Co., to E. C. Sullivan, SI, <WD) L4SG Midland Hcts., 4- Umbargcr, T. T. and Blanche A. Umbarger, to Henry and Betty M. Hert, Jt. ten., 51, (WD) L17, Blk. 3, the Highland, M. C., G-K-18. Boomhowcr, Win. B., et. a!., to Dora Boombower, SI, (WD) L5, (i, 7, and S, Blk. tf, Broadlau-ns 3rd Add. M. C., I., Bay'less, Cecil A. and Ora. to Cecil E. and Viola H. Clement, jt. ten., SI, (WD) L4, Blk. 31, College Add., M. C., I., <!-28-48. Arcnds, J. C. and Anna C., to John Henry Arcnds, SI, (WD) SE'/i 30-94-31, 2-38-4R. Bandcl, Harry V. and Jane H., to Carl R. and Hazel K. Swab, jt. ten., SI, (WD) 1,3 in Lake View Add., Clear Lake, 014-18. Grant, Kuby M. and Fred, to C. J. Thorcson, SI, (WD) S',4 ol Lots 3(1 and 31, Blk. 14, R. S. Young's Subd. in 1186-20, (i-30-18. Police Court Intoxication—Ed Walker, 838 Harrison S. W., James Rccd. 8fl5 Tyler S. W., Fred Houcrly, 1305 S. Federal, ench forfeited $10 bond. John Oittmcr, city, fined Effective fly control depend on good sanitation plus prope use of DDT sprays. Money to Loon 8 NEED MONEY? See MRS. SIMON For Quick. Courteous Confidential Service. LOANS UP TO $300 Security Loan Co. Business Opportunities 18 WANTED-tO BUY—A small business. Write and tell us what you have. Write B-29, Globe-Gazette. com 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. «2 EE the United Home Bank and Trust Co. for real estate mortgage loans. OANS. Federal Discount. 19V4 North Federal. Telephone 516. $$S$S$$S$$$S$$ Signature Loans $25 to $300 LOANS OF $25 TO $300 re made to both men and women—single r married—on their own signature. Se- ured loans also made on furniture or car. Our loan service ts flexible to meet most very borrower's needs. An application Joes not obligate you In any way. No wage assignment required APPLY BY PHONE _jnd save time. By phoning us first, we can have everything ready for you when you come In. No waiting or delay If more convenient, write us or visit our office State Finance Co. Over United Cigar Stor» 201 Weir BldE- West State St. Phone 1038 s$sssss$sss$s$$ Help Wrd., Mole 20 WANTED—Man with dragline to deepen ditch at once. R. C. Ludeke, Clear Lake. EDUCATIONAL, SALESMAN AMERICA'S outstanding trade school teaching 7 popular mechanical residence and home study course has an immediate opening in this area for an experienced school salesman one capable of earning in excess of $6,500 per year. This is an untisal proposition and only high type man need apply. Training approved under the G. I. bill. Write giving complete data including phone number. Robert E. Ewing, Sales Manager, Commercial Trades Inst., 1400 Greenleaf Ave., Chicago, Illinois. WANTED—Men for night shift, 5 p. m. to 1:30 a. m. Premium pay. Apply in person days, or night from G to 9 p. m. Stoddard Manufacturing Co.. 617 4th St. S. W. Salesmen 25 GET PAID WEEKLY LIBERAL terms to right man in choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's greatest nursery. No delivering or collecting. Healthy work with good pay in a business of your own. Stock northern grown, with liberal guarantee. Company established over 50 years. Write McKay Nursery Company, Madison. Wisconsin. Services Offered 27 WANTED—Housekeeping or p r a c tlcal nursing. Write G-28, Globe-Gazette. SLUG 54— Authorized Maytag Sales and Service CALL 162 Pickup and Delivery Service HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 S. Federal Mason City DEGEN hardwo«d floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" LANE BROS., Inc. 804 Fourth St. S. W. Phone 447 Houses for Sate 35 FOR SALE—Sevcraj homes and vacant lots. Sec L. II. Rud. SOVa S. Federal. PAID IN FULL Wouldn't it be a wonderful feeling to have all of your next m o n t h's statements show this stamp . "Paid in Full" Whether you need $50.. $100, $200 or more, we have a plan to suit your income. Loans on just your signature, car, furniture, farir equipment or other collateral. Phone, write or come in! UNITED Financial Service •'Family Finance Counsellors" Serving North lowans Since 1927 WANTED CARPENTERS Henke! Const. Co. 525 Ninth S. E. Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Egeland Skelgas. and Appliance 18 South Delaware MIRRORS resllvered. Factory process Guaranteed Mackefs. Phone 782 FOR SALE Here is the Home you have been waiting for and at Lhe price you can afford. Beautiful lot 50x134. Kitchen, dinette, large living room, 2 bedrooms and bath, automatic oil furnace, insulated. Unfinished attic, hard wood floor. Good gravel street. Nearly ready for occupancy. Must sacrifice for quick sale . . . $6500. COME SEE IT 1111 SIXTEENTH ST. N. E. WANTED—Young man, single, to work in clothing store. Some experience prel. Apply 115 South Federal Ave. 15Va North Federal Phone 57 HAVE OPEN ING For High School Graduate IN ONE OF MASON CITY'S FINEST RETAIL STORES Starting Salary Guaranteed $50 a Week or Better (Our Employes Know of This Ad) WRITE BOX J-22, GLOBE-GAZETTE Want Matching Buttons, Belts, Buckles? DISCRIMINATING WOMEN wear matching accessories. For that fashionable look, let our fashion consultant help you make your selection. Bring your own dress material— we do .the rest. Other helpful services offered by Your Sewing Center: Hemstitching, Buttonholing. Quick service at reasonable rates. SINGER Sewing Center 123 N. Federal Ave. Phone 1122 First Class Body and Fender Work Car Painting Free Estimates MASON CITY NASH CO. 1311 North Federal Phone 835 CESSPOOLS and Septic Tanks cleaned, within 50 mile radius. Write O. Owen, Nora Springs, Iowa. BUY YOUR TRAILER HOME From a Reputable Dealer Protect your investment WE SELL THE SPORTSMAN, TRAVELITE, ALMA, IRONWOOD OR FAIRWAY HOUSE TRAILER Our trailer can be bought on easy monthly payments. Wh.v live with the mother-m law when you can own a home of you own Cars, tvirniturc. what have you. ac ccpted as payment. Immediate Delivery See W. B. FEARING. Dyersville, Iowa MILLER'S WEST HAVEN GROCERV 2235-lOth St. S. W. Phone 4361 LARRY & THELMA SEVEV Cl.arles City Phone V707-J Machinery 41 FOR SALE wo Allls Combines with motors, like new, with pickups. One 12 A John Deere with motor, pickup and scourkleen. One A 6 Case. One New McCormlck Deering M. Tractor. SAYLES IMPLEMENT CO. On Old Austin Road Albert Lea, Minn. Phone 3678 FOR SALE—AJlis-Chalmers model "C" tractor, cultivator, power lift and belt pulley. E. S. Kullogg & Son, Rt. 2, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—1947 new Holland baler. Ray Phelps, Plalnfield, Iowa. FOR SALE—Oliver 2 row corn picker, A-l shape. Ed Coyle, 2Vi miles east, 1 mile north Miller. HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE Office at 823 Fourth St. S. W. for experienced and economical local and long distance moving. CALL 1070 ASHES, rubbish hauled; Dascments, garages cleaned. Ph. S5S9-W. CUSTOM baling. E. R. Beighcfer. Ph. 101-R11. WANTED—By woman 31 yrs. old: Cave of children by week. Ph. 4353-W. INSIDE painting, wall washing, paper cleaning. Charley Miller. Ph. G98. LAWN mowers sharpened at your home. Guaranteed. SI.SO. Ph. 2185-J. Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Nebraska Irrigated 1st cutting alfalfa hay, S35 per ton. Farmers' Elevator. Phone 270, Mason City. Business Opportunities 18 Death Notices 1 COOK. Mary (Aunt Mayme), 67, died at her home, 610 llth N. E., at 4:30 a. m. Tuesday, after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. Thursday at the Holy Family Catholic church, with Msgr. R. P. Murphy officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Rosary will be said Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8 p. m. at the Meyer funeral home.. The Holy Family Ladies Aid Society will say the Rosary at 4 p. m. Wednesday and the C. D. of A. at 9 p. m. Wednesday, The Meyer funeral home in charge. HARTFELTER, Mrs. Erma, 31, of 21 River Heights drive, died early Tuesday morning at a local hospital, following an illness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Major funeral home in charge. KAY, August Rex, 40, died at his home, 306 S. Federal, at 12:30 p. m. Sunday, following an illness of 7 months. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Thursday at the chapel of the McAulcy and Son funeral home, with the Rev. George O. Marsh, pastor of the First Christian church, officiating. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. GREAT opportunity. Be your own boss. Have your own business. Firestone dealer store offers you the best return on your investment. Write G. A. King, Route 3, Mason City. Ph. 5564-W. DAIRYatCRESCO With modern house, 3 car garage, 2 delivery trucks. Equipment like new. Old established route. A money-maker. GEORGE N. O'DONNELL New Hampton, Iowa Phone 244 A Maid-Rite Cafe at New Hampton Buildings and equipment new 2 years ago. Ideal location. A good business. GEORGE N. O'DONNELL New Hampton, Iowa Phone 244 FOR SALE RECREATION PARLOR AND LUNCH SHOP in Southern Minnesota town of 1,000, with large trade area. 17 lunch stools, 3 pool tables and bar. Space for two more pool tables. Ideal for couple. Good reason for selling. WRITE B-25, GLOBE-GAZETTE POSITION open in Mason City for alert young man between 23 and 27. Car needed; i;ood starting salary Opportunity for advancement. Pleasant working conditions. Paid vacation. Phono 1038. CLOTHING SALESMAN We have an attractive opening for the fight man in our Men's Wear Department. Guaranteed d r a w plus liberal commission. WALLPAPER hanging is our business Phone 3441-W. ance, vacation with pay. Insur- Must have initiative and be desirous of a future. Experience preferred. SEE MR. JOHNSON Montgomery Ward $10 and costs. Parking Violations—Wait Partis, 410 2(H!i S. W., Rodney Burwcll, 112 l)th N. E., J. E. Garcia, 711 fith S. W., and A. M. Peterson, 15m N. Federal, overtime park- Ing, each forfeited SI bond. Charles Thrams, -Ui Madison N. W., double parking, forfeited S^ bond. C. G. Smith, 3115 Washington N. W., Improper parking, forfeited SI bond. Ted Albers, parking before theater entrance, forfeited $3 bond. Speeding—Gerald forfeited $10 bond. Johnson, Sheffield, OHRT, John C., 60. o£ 1524 Adams N. W.. died at a local hospital Monday morning, following an illness. Funeral services and interment will be at Dexter, Iowa, Thursday. The Major funeral home in charge. PETERS, Mrs. Ella Lillian French, 74. died Monday- at 6:20 a. m. at her residence, at 530 15th S. E., following an WANTED—MEN Journeyman Electrician Scale Sl.BZ'.j tin hour. 40 hour week. Time and one-half for overtime. C. P. SMITH ELEC. CONST. MASON CITY STORM windows ana screens. Also painting. Reasonable. Ph H2Sn-W NEWTDETCO CAR RAD 10! For Car or Truck Ask for a Demonstration Now! CENTRAL AUTO 25 1st St. S. W. PAINTING and papering. Phone 1634. H & H MOTORS Sales PAC.KAKU Service Also repair any make of car. HAROLD HOOD 12 Seventh S. E. FOR SALE—7 room modern house. Gas heat. Garage. Phone 1985-W between 5 and 8 p. m. FOR SALE—New S rm. house. Modern. Inquire 1725 S. Mass, or 1525 S. Virginia. FOR SALE—Very nice, 3 bedroom house. Gas heal, well located. 115 S. Vermont. FOR SALE Duplex, gas heal, garage $8,500 6 room house, gas heat, garage $7,750 8 room house, close in $8,000 4 room house $4,500 5 room house, lights only, large lot . . $4,200 2 lots, double garage, Highlands $1,800 SEE GUILD 34 Second N. E. Ph. 867 or 1580 FOR SALE New Machinery 1—Massey Harrte Forage Clipper, (for Hay & Corn) 1—New Idea Hay Loader 1—New Idea Wagon 1—Harvey 38 ft. Elevator 1—Gas Range Cultivator shovels and sweeps Good supply of Weed No More for spraying weeds and Acme Dura Spray for Corn Borer. You should buy at once as supply is limited. Good Used Machinery * 1—JD GP tractor priced right? 1—Rubber tired wagon 1—36 in. wagon box 1—IHC side delivery 1—Iowa Electric Separator 1—McDrg. Hay Loader good as new 1—Little wonder 2-14 plow R. L DIXSON NEW IDEA & MASSEY HARRIS 637 S. Fed. Instruction 28 COMPLETE your hlgn school al home in spare time with American School. Texts furnished. Diploma awarded. No Classes. Booklet free. Write American School. DepL M.. P O. Box 672. Des Moines, la. Trade Service 29 WANT TO TRADE—Large house in Mason City, close in. yood income property for farm with large modern house. Will pay difference. Phone 4632. Rooms for Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. Gents or working couple prct. Ph. 3320. 5 Willow Drive. FOR RENT—Sleeping rm.. close in, auto, hot water, gents prof. Ph. 418CJ after G FOR SALE ~ A & W ROOT BEER STAND 3 lots, new building, new equipment, good location. Terms if desired. Located at Webster City. SEE MINOR HARRIS 1418 Second St. Ph. 703-W Between 7 and 10 A. M. illness, at 4 p. Funeral services will be held m. Wednesday at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev. A. W. Ganger, retired Methodist minister, officiating. Interment services will be held at the graveside in Pleasant Hill cemetery near Faulkner Thursday at 10 a. m. The McAuley and son funeral home in charge. Funeral Director 3 Births Reported (At Mercy Huspltal)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Thlllip Eichclier, 10!) 17lh S. E., Monday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cluckholn, Klcmme, Monday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. James P. Mango, Hampton, Saturday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Dohlman, Buffalo Center, Monday. PATTERSON - JAMES Funera! Home. Known for service. Ambulance, Oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. !140. MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need " Auto or Air Ambulance. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service Ambulonce. B South AcJams. Call 651. MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service. Phone 1505. Marriage Licenses Melvln A. Fredrlcks, 25, and Mary Winter, 27, both of Mason City; Lee H. Williams, 24, Albert Lea, and Nobee Thor- tenson, 20, New Richland, Minn.; Til chard Vernon Day, 21, and Lorraine Elizabeth Hopper, 18, both of Minneapolis; William R. Cowln. 24, Seattle, Wash., and Darlene Glaus, 22, Ply month; Harry Walter Meyer, 22, and Dorothy Lucille LaDante, 241, both of St. Paul; Carl R. Lundgrcn, 27, and Dorothy Jass, 18, both of Mason City. Divorces Filed John W. Mullen, Rockwell, s'filntt Eva Etta Mullen on grounds of cruelly. Married April 27, 1048, at Mason City. Separated June 7. Personals Business Locations For Sale FILLING STATION AND RESTAURANT including living quarters. Monthly gross $2000. Immediate possession. Price $12,000. GARAGE BUILDING 30 Ft. by 70 Ft., block construction, six room apartment upstairs, gas hot water heat. Price $16,000. COURSON & McNEAL, Realtors Belmond, Iowa WANTED Warehouseman Permanent job. Good pay. Start immediately. PETERSEN ROOFING & INS., Inc. WANTED—Experienced lubrication man. Steady work to right man. Al & Dick's Super Service. WANTED—Day bellman, over 1 8 years of age. Hotel Ead- FREE Inspection of Cesspools, Septic Tanks. CLEANING DONE WITH MODERN NEW EQUIPMENT 24 Hour Service . . . Write SANITARY SERVICE General Delivery, Manly, Iowa FOR RENT—SIpg. rm., 2 girls, cooking privileges. 813 N. Federal. FOR SALE—Or trade: 4 bedroom home for l',i story or 3 bedroom home. Ph. 1973-J. FOR SALE 4 Bedroom Home in Wtldwood Automatic hot water heat, fireplace, all oak finish, ypacious room?, large closets, double Rarage, extra large lot 520,000. WRITE H-29, GLOBE-GAZETTE Cottages A35 FOR RENT—Colt, for July, S75. Inquire 3rd house E. of Oakvvood Grocery, Clcnr Lake. FOR RENT—Lake shore cottage by week. Ph. 3310-W, mornings. FOR RENT—Modern sleeping rooms Gentleman prcf.. 151 nth St. S. W. FOR SALE—Lake shore coll.. 51,900: lake shore lot. $600. Inquire 3rd house E. of Oakwood Grocery. Clear Lake. FOR RENT—Room for employed business ladv. 412 E. State. FOR KENT—Sleeping rooms. St. N. W. 323 2nd FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Man ferred. 1711 S. Delaware. pre- WANTED—Working girl to share sleeping room. Ph. 5713-J. EX. G. just returned from California WANTS JOB Has bookkeeping and clerical cxp. Wilbur R. Holmes, Sheffield, Iowa FOR RENT—Sleeping room for employed business lady. 412 E. State. Aprs, for Rent 33 Cottages for Rent Small cottage in vicinity of- the GAS ENGINES Buy a Wisconsin air-cooled engine. The most durable on the market. Now available in all sizes. 6H. P. $132.50 9H. P. $189.95 22 H. P. with clutch for combine and hay balers $325.85 Supply limited — don't wait. Ward's Farm Store <5,,i-f fault K-il-mr-o rif balance 01 FOR SALE— Wood Bros, corn picker, 2 yrs. old. Excel, condition. Or will trade for livestock. Leonard Long, Thornton. __ I FOR SALE— Me. -Deering power mower for H & M tractor . new MC. -Deering Lots for Sale 36 cxander, la. Ph. 44125. North Shore Cottage from now to j 6-ft. horse mower. ^Joycc Boelrnan, Al- July 15lh at SGO per week. D. E. KENYON, Clear Lake FOR SALE—New 5 H. P. Neptune outboard motor, S119.50. Coast-to-Coast Store, 112 S. Federal. WANTED—Girl to share 1 room apt. with working girl. Call between 2 and G p. in. or after 8 p. m. Ph. 5423-J. Houses for Sale 35 mar. WANTED—Man with traffic experience to take chnrfic of billing department. Must be capable of handling billing, rates, routing and claims. Pleasant working conditions and good chance for advancement. Answer by letter statins age. experience, qualifications and salary expected to Davis Packing Company. P. O. Box 117. Estlierville. Iowa. WANTED Clerk for Grocery Store 423 THIRD ST. N. E. ASHES AND RUBBISH hauled, basements cleaned. Phone 54H7W. WHEN YOU HAVE TROUBLE and WANT SERVICE FOR YOUR AUTO TIRES TRACTOR TIRES TRUCK TIRES BATTERIES CALL 572 We linve two service (rucis« equipped to service your needs. YOU WILL like this 2 bedroom bungalow—al! the way tram the gleaming tiled bathroom and fine sturdy construction to the price of only 58.500. Owner is transferred, otherwise this place would never be for sale. J. B. Youngblood & Sou. Ph. 36. J&L WANTED—3 passengers to Los Angeles. Leaving July 1. Call Sheffield 53-F111. Lost, Found LOST—Pair girls' pink plastic glasses. Reward. Phone 382W, Clear Lake. LOST—0-ft. fly rod near Ventura. Finder please call 3640. Reward. LOST—Downtown: Lge. gold earring with 18 sets. Reward. Call 19SO-J. Money to Loan 8 Divorces Granted John W. Mullen divorced from Etta Mullen on ground* ol cruelty. No <-.h!>- dren. New Car Sales Melvln L. Eddy, 112 Commercial avenue 8. E,, Croslty; Genrfe F. Stmrky, Venlnra, Dodge (ruck; E. F. Cr»yclite, Cl:»r Lake, Plymouth; Dale E. Marsh, Dougherty, Ford; Helen C. Crnmer, 40!) 8th N. W., Hudson; Vesper W. Burk, Clear Lake, Balek. CASH LOANS $20 TO $300 1 DAY SERVICE If you need money lor any worthwhile purpose come to Household for a loan on your salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Take up to 20 months to repay. Household Finance Corporation 117* N. Federal Av«. Phone 541 Super Service Station for Lease in Mason City. 2 stalls, .excellent location. Call or see Sam T. Burnc- son, 10 North Monroe, Phone 1341 OPENING—E'or young man under 23 to assist manager with nationally known concern. Must be single and free to travel. This is permanent with chance for advancement. All transportation expenses furnished. Average earnings $fiO week. Sec Mr. T?ccl betwen 1 and 3 or G:30 and 8 o'clock at Park Tun Hotel. Help Wtd., Female 21 TIRE AND SUPPLY CO. JACK MURRAY LLOYD FARRER 125 First St. S. E. AUTO and trucn repair service. Johnson Auto Repair, 14 6th St. N E. WASHING machine repairing. lawnmower and tool grinding, appliance repairs. The "Fix-It" Shop, G20 4th St. S W Ph. 3G31. CAFE U. S. 69 50 m. north of D. M. Popular location. Over $100 a day average. Low rent. (Beer possible) C days. Liberal terms. Phillips-Gray Co. "BUSINESS EXCHANGE" 2-8378 602 S & L Bldg. Des M. WANTED—Experienced pastry cook. Good pay. Short hours. Inquire Kropman's Grocery, 19 9th N. E. WANTED—Kitchen help afternoon or evenings. Good pay to right person. Mohawk Snack Bar, 12 First St. S. E. WANTED—Exp. waitress. Clear Lake, la. Randy's Cafe, WANTED—Cook; also dishwasher. From 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mary's Cafe, 11 3rd St. N. E. | WANTED—Part time telephone operator. Apply manager Yellow Cab Co., 29 1st St. S. W., City. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—ail makes. Parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store, 211 S. Federal. Phone 1103. IF YOU WANT REAL ncome Property HERE IT IS! Al! modern home with 3 rooms and bath apartment upstairs. Private entrance. Five rooms down, full basement. Gas heat. Good condition, newly remodeled. Located 3 blocks from business district Present owner will guarantee a $1200 income in advance for the first year. PRICE $10,000 JIM ANDERSON 114i S. Fourth St. Clear Lake For Sale, Choice Lot! IN MIDLAND HEIGHTS with new foundation ready to build on. You can build a 1. 2 or 'J bedroom house— ii wonderful bargain and chance to make | p ower FOR SALE New Heavy Duty Tractor Side Rake vourself a fine home. PHONE OWNER 3279-W FOR SALE—S7-15 will buy larpe corner lot in College Add., Sidewalk, water and pa.s. Write A-2B, Globe-Gazette. for Mc- Acreage 37 FOR SALE—Acreage. Well improved 20 A. Good set of buildings, electricity, good soil. 7 mi. to Moduli City. A. T. Clou>e & Son. Forc.ster.s b!dg. Farms for Sale 39 FARMS FOR SALE 120 Acres close to Rockwell, Iowa, Lift CuHivator Deering "B" tractor. 10 Ft. Self Dump Rake. Used John Deere 4 Row Beet & Bean Planter John Deere 4 Row Beet & Bean Cultivator John Deere "B 1 ' Tractor John Deere "A" Tractor MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. Mason City, Iowa on 63 S200.00 ICO Acres close to Rockwell. Iowa, Oil 65 5210.00 i FOR SALE—Good J. D. 7-ft. No. 5 trac- OLESON CO., 2U S. Federal Ave. ' l01 mowcr - C ' °° ycr - Ph ' Mason City, Iowa FOR SALE—Or rent: 4 rm. house at Nora Sprint!:;. Call 1135 N. Perm, after 5 p. in. FOR SALE—Modern house in Rockwell. Terms to responsible party. Seo Oidcan Do Vary at Mack's Market, 173B S. Federal. FOK SALE—U rm. liouff and bath. Also 5 lots adjoining in 1300 block. N. E. part Mason City. George R. Ludeman, Ph. .inn or 2UO. FOR SALE—By owner: 3 bedroom house 115 S. Vermont. WANTED—Washings and ironings in my home. Ph. 2G2G-J. WFUNGKR ROLL S—All washers Shop. 502 S Federal. Saw WANTED—Custom baling. 2 balers. John L. Fralim, Phone 2913, Fertile, Iowa. FOR SALE—Coffee Cup cafe. Specialize chicken, steaks «md ribs. 1621 S. Fed. Ballroom-Tavern WANTED CASHIER. Barons Call KELROY'S 441 FOR COMPLETE PLUMBING AU types furnares, water heaters, stokers. Oil and gas heating. FOH SALE—5 rm. mod. home: also 2 /ipl. other bld;<s. 2 or more acres. T. Mad-sen, owner, Clear Lakix across from M. E. Cam[>. STOP SAVING RENT RECEIPTS OWN YOUR OWN FARMS FOR SALE 200 acres highly improved 2i mi. from Clear Lake. All tillable. 200 acres 5 miles from Clear Lake. . All tillable and real soil. A very good set of improvements. 155 acres nicely improved, 1J mi. from Clear Lake. 240 acres nearly all tillable. Real soil and good improvements. 120 acres unimproved near Burchinal, down in the real soil. A fine investment. RAY SANDRY CLEAR LAKE FOR SALE—Sears Uble separator; I 1 - H. P. garden tractor and equipment. Ph. 2718-J. FOR SALE—Farm implement trailer with windlass. 12x8 platform. S- 1 * mis. S. of Garner alonfi 69. Hawed Strommer, Kleinme. Iowa. HOME WANTED—Dishwasher for electric machine. Grill Cafe, Clear Lake. Well know Ballroom and tavern featuring known bands. N. Iowa town. Sacrifice. $15,000. Terms. Phillips-Gray Co. "BUSINESS EXHANGE" 2-8378 602 S & L Bldg. DCS M. I WRITE K-29, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED ALTERATION WOMAN SLIPCOVERING Beautiful work done m our own workroom. Many fine fabrics to choose from. We pick up your furniture and deliver it upon completion. Call <S7 for Free Estimates. YOUNKERS WANTED Local and Long Distance Hauling PHONE 318—ROCK FALLS We can build you a 2 bedroom home on your lot in 30 days. Full basement, 2 bedrooms, large living room, large airy kitchen, beautiful bathroom, lots of closet space, fully insulated and your choice of pap. oil or coal furnace. Tile kitchen and bathroom floors and hardwood floors for the rest of house. Large picture window. Concrete stoops and sidewalks to the strnrt. Everything complete— move right in Built under F. II. A. and all standard building codes. Not n pre-fnb. ALL THIS FOR ONLY S7995 Out of town orders welcome. JENSEN CONSTRUCTION CO. Office at I IB North Federal—Ph. !)G5 ROBERT HERMAN, Sales Manager FARM FOR SALE One of the best farms in N. Iowa. 125 A. Webster and Clarion soil, well tiled, all tillable. Very well improved, 3i miles to Mason City. A. T. CLOUSE & SON Foresters Bids. Case Portable Elevators. Endcrcs 6 Row Sprayer. Portable; Air Compressors. Case Trailers, with or without tires. Case "Feed Saver." Hammer Mills, 8, 10 and 14 Inch. New Short Tube Perfection Milker. Fai-m and Home Freezers. 1 Used Allis Chalmers Tractor with Cultivator. NORTH IOWA FARM STORE FOR SALE—New, usert house trailers. S Broadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lea. WANTED—Job drivlnR semi-trailer truck. Exprrlrnrod. Ph. D1.V.T12. New25 ft. Universal HOUSE TRAILER Electric HcfrtRcraUon, Bottle Gas. SPECIAL PRICE $210S.nn So. Broadway Trailer Sales Albrrl 1,on, Minn. Open Evening,*. FOR SALE—NW Sec. 22 Owen Twp. Well imp.. $135 per acre. M. C. Coughlon, •itlorney. Foresters Bldp. 70G South Federal Ave. Phone 982 HEADQUARTERS FOR ADVANCED FARM PRACTICES FOR SALE —120 A. farm near Mason City. Write F-2fl. Globe-Gazette. Machinery 41 FOR SALE—A-G Case combine, 1939 model, complete; 1 John Deere model •D" tractor on now rubber: 1 Oliver 70 tractor with cultivator, overhauled, repainted. Martin Windcn, 5 miles East of Lake Mills on 105. SWEEP RAKES Transport hay faster and more efficient with a Ward's Sweep Rake. 3 models to choose from. Loader sweep, attaches to most all manure loaders, 8x10 feet, lifts 14 feet Tractor Mounted Sweep, 10x12 ft., with automatic $in~700 push-off ' U' Heavy Duty All Steel Sweep, on FOR SALE—Three 2.100 bu. steel bins. Ph. 22-F2.1, Mason City; 13-R20, Rockwell. FOR SALE—IHC G ft. mower, Minn. 5 ft. mowcr. K. S. Sorcnson, Hanlontown. FOR SALE—1043 W. C. ATTis Chalmers tractor and cultivator, power tnke-off. Lclnnd Feldt, 2Va miles south St. Ansgar. Phone 43F:?. FOR SALE—Mower. John Deere 6-tl. In good shnpc. Bnycl Ilortson, Plymouth, Iowa. FOH SALE—10-fl. International binder. A-l cond. lllr. Imvn. Phil Scheimo, Fer- whecls, with automatic push-off ,00 %9 Ward's Farm Store Livestock for Sale 42 FOIl SALE—7 Black P.-6. sows to far- row soon. Wt. 300 Ibs. Cholera immune. Market price. 1 ml. S. and 1'A W. ot Klcmmc, In. Kcrmlt W. Sch'lel. FOR SALE—1 Holstcin bull, 16 mos.: 8 Holsteln spring heifers. G. W. Jeffrey, 4 K j ml. N. E. of Rockwell. FOR SALE—RcRistercd Aberdeen Anun« hull. 20 mos. old. Wilbur May, Norm Snrlnev

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