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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 11, 1944
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Classified Advertising Information discount if paid at time insertion. of 3% discount on »11 classified ads paid within 10 days of last insertion. This Li 6 point type "The HIM for thii slz« type TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES IDay 3 Days 6 Days 2 Unes ... i .30 $ .75 3 Lines ... .45 1.13 4 Lines ... .60 1.50 5 Line 75 1.88 6 Lines ... .90 2.25 7 .Lines ... 1.05 2.63 8 Lines ... 1.20 3.00 9 Lines.... 1.35 3.38 H*l» W««tW, M«U 20 WANTED--Mariietf man with taller houae to work on Jarm. Befiu Mar. 1. Write E-I1. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Man to Mil blown Rock Wool Insulation for immediate Installation. See Mr. Baylor it Montgomery Ward 8c Co. HELP WANTED-A11 around baker to v.'ork for new live organization. Opportunity to grow with the business. Write V-li. Globe-Gazette. fl.32 1.98 2.64 3.30 3.06 4.62 5.28 5.94 This is 10 point type. The rotes for this size type are-- 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 6 Lines 7 Lines 8 Lines Lines 1 Day 3 Days $ .40 $1.05 .60 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 1.S8 2.10 2.63 3.15 3.08 4.20 4.73 $1.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 6.72 7.08 8.64 Wanted-Two Body and Fender Repairmen Top wages. Ideal working conditions. Also Two Automobile Repairmen Must be familiar with Chrysler products. An essential war job. FOLSUM AUTO CO. Aptt. for Kent 33 FOB RENT--Bungalow. Gas heat. auto. hot water, water tolttner. Ill Eleventh N. E. Phone S10I. FOR RENT--Clean new lit floor apt., gas heat, garage. 510 Fltlh S. E. or call Tim Phalen, 183. Houses for Rent 34 Mite, for Sale 441 Foods 45 FOR RENT--4 rm. home, $13.50. 8 rm. hse.. $23.00. 5 rm. dup., SIG.00. George Van Every. Phone 3983. FOR RENT-- Bungalow, N. E., 4 rms.. mod., car., 127.50; bungalow, south, 9 rmi.. mod., car., 132.50; ft rm. mod. houae, central ·ection, 105; 7 rm. mod. houae, centra] Kctlon, HO. W. L. Fatten, 109 E. Stale. FOR RENT--Deilrabl* Ph. 4411-W. 4 room houae. WANTED--Exp, married man on farm March 1. Separate farm. Good wages. 1'.^ north on Haniontown road. Phone H-F-5. Clear Lake. Ferd MaUon. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 1 Inch .... $ .80 $2.25 $4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER Index to Classified Aerewe 37 Apt*. lor Rent . 33 Amusements .. 7 Auto Acc'sorles 62 Autoi for Sale 60 Auto Trucks ..61 Auto Financing 13 Beauty Shop* .. 12 Board, Room .. 33 Bus. Locations 3U I Bus. Op'tunlties 1* Cafes 14 Card of Thanks 2 \ Cemeteries ' A3 Cleaners, Dyers 15 Cottazes A33 Death Notices .. 1 I Do«s, Birds, ftti 43 I Electrical AZi 1 Farms lor sale 39 I Farms for Rent 40 1 Florists 4 JFoods *5 I Funeral.Director 3 1 Garages 52 I Gardens . . - · - . . A45 I Help Wanted, Male. Female 27 Help Wtd.. Male 20 Help Wanted, Female 21 Help Wtd.. Wilh Investment .. 19 Houses for Sale ^ [ Houses for Rent 34 H'sehold Goods 54 In Biemoriam.. A2 Instruction Insurance 10 Investment . . . 9 Llvnt'k for Sale 42 Location Wtd. A1S Lost. Found ... 6 Lots for Sale .. 3« Machinery 41 Misc. 'or Rent 46 Misc'. for Sale 44 Aloney to Loan i Musical Instr... 4: Nursery Stock 47 Office Equipt. . so Offices for Bent 49 Optometrists .. 11 Personals 5 Poultry. Eggs .. 55 Radio ..·..: IS Real Estate 51 Real Est. Loans A8 Rooms for Rent 32 Sale or Trade.. 31 Sale or Rent..B33 WANTED--Married man for year around faim job. Separate house. Start anytime. W. E. Lewis. Orchard. Iowa. FOR KENT-»3 rm. mod. fura. duplex. »la wlc. 331 12th S. E. Ph. 4S19-J. FOR RENT--3 rm. bungalow. 515. 7th St. S. E. Ph. 4*1«-J. FOR RENT--5 rm., mo. Sam Ralzw. partly mod., $16 a HMIM* for Sol* 35 Help Wanted. Female 21 WANTED--Cook's helper. Exp, not necessary for one willing to leant. Apply Chef Browning, Hotel Hanford. WANTED--Girl or woman for general housework. Call at 13 80. Fed. before 2 p. m. or at 80* loth N, E. eves. Mrs. Thomas Treanor. WANTED--Steno.rnipher. . G o o d salary and 'working conditions. International Harvester Co. HELP WANTED--Refined woman, 40 to 50, to work 3 to 4 hours daily. Permanent civilian work. Write V-10, Globe- Gazette. WANTED-- Exp. waitress. $15 per mo.. and laundry. Apply Park Inn. HOUSE FOR SALE ?400 buys it. 22 ft. square, good roof, wired and paint good. 30 days to move off. A good tenant house for a farm. VIRGIL EVENSON CLEAR LAKE, IOWA For inspection, see D. E. KENYON or RAY SANDRY FLEX-0-GLASS 35c PER YARD Bale Ties Electric Brooders Milker Rubbers for all milking machines. RATS If you must feed them, feed them "RAT RUIN." It kills them. 50c and $1.00 ENDLESS V BELTS AND V PULLEYS Currie-Van Ness Co. LARGE HICKORY NUTS 2 POUNDS FOR 29c EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1607-1609 South Federal Ave. Musical Instruments .48 FOR SALE--S octave organ, good condl- · lion. Ph. 4191. Manley. FOR SALE--Used tenor banjo ind cate. Ph. 1630, FOR SALE--1 Wurlitzer juke box, suitable for recreation rm, lodges, clubs, etc. Les Reed Music Co. - FOR SALE--This week, Illinois Lump Coal. 860 tons, delivered, plus tax. 1 Ph. 409. 422 N. Monroe. Louis Swelile. CLEAR LAKE house, $2,000. Basement, water heater, bath. Priority for either coal or gas furnace. L. C. Stuart, Clear Lake. FOR SAXJ--2 bedroom bungalow, near school. Garage. Cash or terms. $3,50jD. No phone calls. Manley'f. Salesladies .. Salesmen 25 Seeds, Feeds .. 17 Sen-ices Ollered 13 Situation^ Wtd. 22 Swap Service.. 29 Wanted. MUc... flB Wtd. to Borrow 53 Wanted to Buy 56 Wanted to Rent 57 Wear's Apparel 53 ._ Funeral Directors MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home. Known lor service- Ambulance. 32! North \Vtsh- intgon. Phone 1140. WANTED--Girl for general house work. Wayside Inn, Ph. 123, Clear Lake. WANTED--A housekeeper on farm; all adults. Write S-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED Girls, ages IB to 40. Steady Defense Work. Apply in person. U. S. Employment Office or at Stoddard Mfg. Co. 1809 S. Federal WANTED FOR SALE-- Bimgalow. near liic». Junior H. grade schools, near churches. Y. M.. business, and theaters. 5 rms,, bath. B- noolc. and garage, paved 2 sides, physical condition good. Best value in town. $1250. W. L. Pal ton, 109 East State. For Sale H A Y Alfalfa, Timothy and Clover. Just baled out of barn. Nicholas Radloff 5% Miles West o£ Mason City on 12th Street Road Poultry, Eggs 55 FOR SALE--IB Phone H81-J. While Rock pullets. Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO BUY--Machinist's tool box, Kennedy prcferred^Also quarter Inch electric drill. Phone Bert Duiold. 3800, before 6 p. m. Auto* for Sal* 60 WANTED TO BUY--Elec. washer, re. frigerator. Write D-ll, GIobc-Gaietto. WANTED TO BUY--2 gu pumpi, underground storage links. Write S-ll, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BUY--3 bedroom duplex or 2 bedrm, bungalow and 3 bedrrn. home. Ph. 3261-W. WANTED TO BUY-John Deere O. P. or McCormlcJc IX 10-20. State price, cond. Write T-10. Globe-Gazelle. Garage* 52 FOR SALE--New garage. Ph. 1S55. Wearing Apparel 53 FOR SALE--Winter co»t, tint 18, drtuei, shim and blousu. 304 North Delaware. Phone 3306. Call alter S o'clock. Household Good* 54 FOR SALE--G rnj. mod. house, S. E. Ina 117 S. red. FOR SALE--Mod. S rm. house: garage and chicken house. All insulated. 364 It. street frontage by 160 £1. 1S»1 S. Vir Farm* for Sate 39 JUST RECEIVED 3 ea. 3-4 cu. It. Concrete Mixers. 8 ea. Tractor Scrapers. 6 ea. Trailer Lime Spreaders. 1 ca. 600 Electric Chick Battery Brooder. 5 ea. Electric Brooders. Round Hog Pans. Ward's Farm Store Auction Sale Furniture THURS., JAN. 13--1:30 P. M. 2121 SOUTH GEORGIA Leaving for Defense .Work. New parlor heater, large size; beds, complete; dresser, studio couch, 2 occasional chairs, new electric washer and tubs, breakfast set, kerosene stove, utility cabinet, radio table, lawn mower, copper boiler, Jarge boy's sled, medicine cabinet, pair skis, some canned fruit. G. J. JOHNSON, Owner J. M. ROBERTSON, Auctioneer WANTED--Late Case tractor. C. C. or D. C. Also Oliver 80 on rubber, complete with cultivator. Write L-10, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Prod. W to 1M acres from prl- party thia Co., caih. K-10. Glob«-GizeUe. WANTED TO BUY--Small or table model radio, «ood condition. Phone 2583. WANTED--Ice cream freezer, 6 qt. capacity deilred. L. B. Wolfe, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--It acre farm, first place west of Northivood. 7 room house, full basement, furnace, electricity, large .chicken house, double garage, tarn and other bides. Within city limits. 1M2 taxes were S3Z.44. Just right place for anyone retiring. Good deal if taken before-Jan. ^0. Can sell 24 or 14 acres. Act at once. M. R. Oppegard. Route 3. Northwood, lows. MAJOR funeral home. 209 Second N. E. Efficient Service plua Beverencc. Am- bulaae*. Phone 511. UcAUIXY and Son Funeral Home. Complete itrvln Day and Night S South Adams,' Phone KJ1. Personals OPPORTUNITY TO ^ESTABLISH PER5IANENT YEAR AROUND BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN with a major Feed Company. Select territories available with established accounts in many sections of Iowa. Retired farm«r« or knowledge of livestock quali- Write L-'ll, GLOBE-GAZETTE TO RELIEVE backache, fatigue, call your Spencer Conetlere, Ph. 3114-W. Girl or woman as housekeeper in modern farm home. Working mother. One child. Good wages. Sundays off, if desired. Write MORRIS W. SCOTT Clear Lake, Iowa WANTED--Cashier bookkeeper. Need not be experienced if \vell educated. Apply Eaton Store. Service* Offered 23 LET ME help you with your Incom* Tax. Mose Richer, 1182 or 3449 evenings. : FOR SALE 160 Acres Near Joice Worth Co. Well improved, good land. $100 per. acre. Good terms, 52500. Down payments or will take a good house as part payment. Possession March 1st, 1944. R. T. NORVET, Forest City, Iowa LARGE STOCK OF HOOKED RUGS 3 Sizes. DRESS SHIRTS Reduced From .$1.95 to' $1.55 Goodrich Silvertown Store STOP IN for a calendar before Friday night, when we close the office to visit the army branches of our family. L. C. Stuart, Gear Lake. Farmers Attention FOR SALE--Several shovels and forks, large log chain, new cistern pump, tools, wrecking bars, vise, tires, fishing reels, hip boots. Other things. 315 27th ST. S. W. FOR SALE--Heaters, coal ranges, laundry stoves, sas plate. 211 2nd S. W. AUTHORIZED Maytaft service. Cerro Cordo, Maytaf Co.. ill N. Ted. Ph. 2067. FOR SALE -- Circulator Heater. South Georgia. FOR SALE--Walnut Dinette sel with b u f f e t . 300 King St.. Clear Lake. Ph. 641-LJ. WANTED TO BUY--USED FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS One Piece 01- a Houseful. WE ARE RUNNING THIS AD FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE 25 TO 100 MILES FROM MASON CITY We know gas is short. That's why we think it would pay you to drive in here and look for a ear where there is an assortment of cars to choose from. Chances are that you will go home with the car you were looking for. We can't be too hard to deal with because we sell lots of .cars. Anyway, why don't you come in. We promise to try to trade with you. ·41 Nash Sedan, Radio, heater. 4 new Atlas tires. '37 DeSoto Sedan. '38 Dodge Sedan. '32 Nash Sedan, slick one. '38 Ford De Luxe tudor, food motor, needs paint though. '41 Chevrolet Town Sedan, R. H. '41 Chevrolet Sedan, Red Special De Luxe, R. H. "40 Pontiac 5 Passenger Coupe. '40 Pontiac Business Coupe. Tu««d»r, Jan. 11, IM4 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZ ETl'H wne fiece or a nouseiui. *,, «. . ----"--~"~ x t^ Dishes of all kinds, antiques, cur- 38 £levrolet Coach, Tan, R. H. . .: . ^ . ' - .. *Q r 7 fl^]r. ff r T T ,,rlrt». T TJ tains, drapes, bedding, tools of all kinds, jewelry, good men's and women's clothing. We buy anything you have to sell. We pay cash. -- PHONE 1822 -- WANTED TO BUY--Chert ot Write H-10, Globe-Cautt*. WANTED TO BUY--S rm. houae. Please ipecify Gazette. location. Write H-8, Globe- U. S. GOVERNMENT WANTS rCATH- JCR»--New unit old duck, gttte feathers, leatherbedt. pillowa, etc. Ship or write the STERLING FEATHXR CO.. 907 N. Broadway. St. Louis. Mo. WE pay hlgheit pncea lor second hand furniture. You can also trade your old for new. Come and see us before you buy. Joe COM. 212 South Federal. WANTED--Uierl National ca»h regltter. Write M-8. Globe-Gazette. Wanted to Rent 57 FOR SALE--Good combination range and gas stove. Otto Kirscllbaum Central Heights. FOR SALE--Mavlag washer, good con. dition. Write M-ll. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Bath tub. Marshall Swi£t. SPECIALIZED Mnytae service, wrinier rolls. Phone 162. 302 S. Monroe. Poultry, Eggi 55 GUARANTEED SERVICE On all makes o f - - - - · · SEWING MACHINES Needles, Belts, Bobbins, etc. Currie-Van Ness Co. POSITION WANTED--Salesgirl. 17 years cxp. Permanent position desired, write G-IO. Globe-Gautte. Lett, Found STRAYED from Sale Bam--1-- 1-eyed brown mare. Wt. 1350. Notify Buck Pedelty. Ph. 4*5. Clear-Lake. LOST--Clau ring in A. P. store. ·TV H. W. Initial! irulde. Return to A. P. | LOST--Small black Cocker Spaniel." He responds to name Lucky. Reward. Dr. I H. c. Xrutgtr, Clear Lake. POSITION WANTED--Salesgirl. 6 yean exp.. permanent position desired. Write N-IO, Globe-Gazette. MIRRORS reHIverea. Factory Guaranteed. Mackett. Phone 71 Money to Loon Don't Cash War Bonds I $30- EMERGENCY LOANS - »300 LOW COST, QUICK SERVICE t»ttblilh«d 30 Yean SECURITY LOAN CO. P. M. SOI ON. Hfr. Room 321 Phone 412 Pint NitL Bid*. CASH LOANS When You Need Cash I YOU DON'T WANT RED TAPE! I Through our Personal Loan Scrv- I ice. you can get money WHEN YOU NEED IT. Prompt, Courte- I ous, Dignified. 1 United Financial Service Family Finance Counselors 15',i North Federal Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Expert Tire Recapping and Repair Service Pritchard Motor Co. 202 FIRST ST. S. E. FOR SALE--100 A. llnejt land. l«rge bid95.. near Albert Lea, Minn. 985 A. Possession. 160 A. finest, large, nearly new, bldgs.. perfect land. S975Q A. BiE List. Lewis r«d«, Albert Lea; Minn. FOR SALE--Improved 120 A., elec. Cerro Gordo County. No phone calls, $145 A. Manley's. . · Forms for Rent 40 FOR RENT--1ZO A. farm, all tillable. Snure rent. Well located In Cerro Gordo county. Write T-ll. GIobe-Gaielte. JUST RECEIVED Shipment o£ 1/4. HORSE AND % HORSE ELECTRIC MOTORS Coast to Coast Store 112 SOUTH.FEDERAL Machinery 41 FOR SALE--10-20 McCormlck Deerlng tractor In jood stupe. Henry Du Weerdt, Gamer. B. 1. FOR SALE--10-20 I. H. C. tractor in ffood condition, mounted on rubber Paul Chehock. Plymouth, Iow«. FOR SALE--MUB2 corn (heller mounted on Int. truck; big motor. l!a yrs. old lood shape. Writ* K-8. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--G. P. John Deere tractor; Al ahap*. Might take In light feedlnc JhoaU. Jacob De Vries, Hampton, Iowa. Ph. Laulmer 9-F310. PAINTING a n d taperhanjlng. DahUtrom, 1158-LJ. Help Wtd., Male, Female 27 WANTED--Male or female- dry cleaning department; no experience necessary. Lyons Cleaners. WANTED--Dish Pol. wasllcr. Apply Coffee WANTED--Fry cook. Apply Soda Grill. WANTED -- Dlsliivasher. No ' Sunday work. Covered Waeon. Swap Service 29 SWAP--so laylni pullet* for sprinting-cow or heifer. Write NN-10. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Portable chicken pen lifco neuter good kitchen cabinet. Write LL-IO, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--F-1Z tractor, rubber front Good shape. Cultivator for same. F. G. Ptter. 1 m. E. Swaledale. WANTED--15 ft. John Deere disc or will trade in 11 ft. J. D. G. W. Muhlenbruck, Latimer, Iowa. Livestock for Sale 42 FOR SALE 30 Ton Baled Alfalfa Hay. 10 Ton Baled Straw. 400 Bushels Boone Oats. Cream Separator With Motor. 5 Ft. Deering Mower (good). John Deere Hotary Hoc, 10 fU 1 Good 2 Yr. Old Chestnut Colt. PAUL DOUGLAS ',4 Mile East of City Limits on Highway 18 ATTENTION POULTRY RAISERS Sectional Laying House 20x20 $312.95 Can be made into a 6-pen Sow House. Brooder-Laying House $185.00 Pre-Cut Brooder House ,$129.95 Sow House--$38.50 Montgomery Ward FARM STORE WANTED TO RENT--SO to 320 A. New line of machinery, livestock. Good references. Write R-ll. Globe-Gazette. Auto* for Sale 60 ROCK WOOL WARDS HAVE A STOCK OF BOCK WOOL READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY We are equipped to blow your wool also. · Stop in today lor Free Estimate. Montgomery Ward Co. Will Buy Your Used Car FOR CASH Any Make or Model. John Gallagher, Inc. Phone 1004 116 S. Delaware Ave. FOR SALE--Chevrolet, good condition, good tires, radiator drained, 5 qu. winter oil. Clarence McGowan. 310 East Main street. Clear Lake. Iowa. FOR SALE--1936 Graham Supercharger. Good tires. Clifford Chase. Northwood. FOR SALE--1MO Plymouth, good her. 522 N. Jefferson. Apt. 2. rub- FOR SAKE--1941 Chevrolet deluxe tudor equipped. Can be «een at IT 2nd N. E. New license. FOR SALE--1931 model A Ford; 2 new nobbies, 3 others like new. Good eond. Write L-B, Globe-Gazette. 37 Olds 6 Tudor, R. H. '36 Chevrolet Panel, new tires. '39 Chev. De Luxe Sedan, R. H. '40 Ford De Luxe 4 Door '41 Buick Sedanette, Red, R. H. '29 Pontiae Tudor. '35 Plymouth Sedan. '36 Plymouth Tudor, clean one. '41 Packard Sedan, a dandy. '40 Chev. Sports Sedan, R. H. '39 Chrysler Sedan, R. H., good rubber. '41 Ford 4 Door Sedan, R. H. '41 Chevrolet 5 Passenger Coupe. '4; Hudson 2 Door Sedan, R. H. '38 Olds Coupe, R. H., good tires. '40 Packard 4 Dr., R. H., new tires. '39 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. '41 Plymouth Coupe De Luxe. '38 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. '41 Pontiac Tud. 6, De Luxe, R. H. '40 Studebaker Sedan, new recaps. '40 Ford De Luxe Tudor. '40 Chevrolet Cab. Coupe. '40 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan. '40 Ford Tudor, R. H., good tires. '39 LaSalle 4 Door Sedan, R. H. '41 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '40 Ford Tudor, H. H. '40 Willys Sedan. '40 Chevrolet Cab. Coupe, R. H. '40 Dodge Convertible Cpe., R. H. '41 Buick Coupe, R. H. ·42 Chevrolet Sport Sedan, H. H. '35 Plymouth Tudor, good tires, motor. '40 Pontiac 6 Tudor, R. H., new tires. '41 Chevrolet Sport Sedan, R.H. '41 Ford Tudor, R. H. '41 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '40 Mercury 4 Door, R. H. '41 Plymouth De Luxe 4 Door, R. H. '41 Buick Sedanette. '41 Chevrolet Cabriolet. '30 Ford Sport Coupe. '39 Chevrolet Sport Sedan, R. H. '37 Ford Coupe, good motor. '40 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '40 Buick Tudor, R. H. ALINEO'PIPE Stick to the Pipe Let th« Smoke Blow When It Will By T. PIPE POST-WAR PLANNING Post-war planning fills the paces, Of papers every where; And throughout the land 'tis scattered, Broadcast on the air. Everythinr raiut be decided. All the plan* be Uid, How the whole world will be managed, When peace at last is made. Let's postpone the post-war planning, Now so gently nursed, Till the enemy Is conquered-Let's win the battle first. --·-- Which while there is no doubt but what we will win tlie war, it seems rather foolish to be making such elaborate plans for post-war action. What the conditions, if any, may be when peace comes are now so vague and indefinite it is but a waste of time and energy to try and make any reception plans to greet the dove of peace when It returns to bring us peacetime once again. --·-- And if the dove of peace is around anywhere so it can keep a line on what is colng on, we wonder If it isn't crowinr a little anxious about comlnr back home. Sort of like the robins along about March 1. And wouldn't it be great if we could greet the robins and the dove of peace at the same tme. That would be one reception well worth attending. ORDER YOUR CHICKS BOOK YOUR FEEDS NOW FOR SPRING DELIVERY Semi-Solid E Emulsion Available in Barrels or 100 Ib. Drums ' Mason City Hatchery 1201 4th S. W. Phone 2041 FOR SALE--50 Leghorn pullets: also . some "baled atraw. Mr*. J. E, Evans, Kernel!. Iowa. HI. I. ORDER NOW FOR SPRING DELIVERY Farm Master Day Old Chicks Chicks from U. S. approved flocks and hatcheries. Sears Farm Store RADIATORS cleaned, fendera «tral«ht- ened, wheels balanced and Birum-Olson Company. aliened. FOR SALE--Ml Master Deluxe 4-door Chevrolet, low mileaee. A-l rubber. Ph. 4H1 or 777. B. E. Manley. FOR SALE--'37 Ford coach, cheap. Pri 2J04-J. CASH PAID -FOH CLEAN USED CARS-ANY MAKE OR MODEL HART MOTORS, Inc. 120 NORTH DELAWARE PHONE S80 Auto Accessories 62 FOR SALE--One Magic Chef gas stave. like new. 2 beys' sheeplined coats, size 8 and 10, almost new. Starr Parker. 920 N. Adams. FOR SALE--2 purebred yearling Hampshire boars, others younger. One 4 yr old Holsteia bull, all American breed' . Bryant i Thompson, Phone FOR SALE--2 spotted Poland China boars. Ph. 6231, Nora Johnson. Sprin£$, Mrs. Melvin FOR SALE--A few purebred Ayrshire heifer and bull calves. Calara farm. Th ornt on, Iowa. FOR SALE --Spotted 3 yr. horse, broke to ride and 1833 South Wilson. old saddle drive. Call SWEETHEART is "baked as you would for a friend." : FOR SALE -- To Irban V; ·; engine. Ph. 1541W. 5S horsepower FOR SALE--Rebuilt balloon lire bike. Excellent condition. H12 N. Adams. Ph. 2685. FOR SALE--Pressure sprayers. Hog and Poultry Regulators, Mineral Supplement. IOWA Master Breeders, 215 So. Fed. Ave. NOW. OPEN--New location at 337 South Federal av enue. Bock your order promptly and be sure of getlinz your chicks when you want them. Early delivery discount ot $2.00 per 100 expires Jnnuary I5th. Stromberg Winter Layer Chicks will pay you best. Our ' best breeders double bJoodtestcd and sired by Pedigreed R. O- P. Mates. 40 inch metal chick feeders Si-id. 5 foot m«tal hen feeders S3.50. metal nests $9.65. and 8 gallon heated founts $o.20. Also Oil. Electric, and Bottle Gas Brooders. Get your equipment- now! Book your chicks now! STROMBERG HATCHERY, 337 South Federal. Mason City. TRACTOR OWNERS Wards just received several sets of Tractor Hims, size 24, 28, 32, 36 and 38 inch, also have tires to fit these rims. Montgomery Ward Co. FOR SALE--»0 Bu« Rcfc pullets, 51.00 apiece. ford. airs. Z.' F. Smothers, Roclt- FOR SALE--2 choice renistcred Berkshire boars. Guaranteed breeders. Ed STRICTLY BUSINESS SWAP--S40 diamond \veddinn; ring for ... good electric washer. Write RR-8, Mlle! - clMr Lake - I«» - a. Globe-Gazette- ~ -LOST--Between 15-18 keys on ring. Call 1 Madison school. Ph. 833. CASH LOANS Signature ' Furniture Automob lie FH A PERSONAL LOAN DEPT. First National Bank Come First to the First Optometrists 11 MANY traffic accidents arc caused fey defective eyesight. See Dr. Knutson, | Opt., Weir Bldg. Chiropractors Al 1 HEALTH through normal nerve function. Dr. R. J. and Dr. Lucy H. Garner, 706 North Federal. Radio 16 RADIO SERVICE BRING YOUR RADIO TO WARDS SERVICX DEPARTMENT FOR REPAIR Plenty of parts on hand and immediate service makes it possible lor you to Bet your radio repaired \v\\h very little waiting. Montgomery Ward Co. SWAP--Beautiful small diamond studded lavaliere w»tch lor diamond ring. Write JJ-8. Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 32 TOR RENT--2 s; pg . rms.. 313 5lh N. W. Ph. 2S«. FOR RENT--Warm sleeping rooms: close in. Ph. 3036-J. FOR RENT--Nicely turn, large sleeping rm.; auto. heat. =ofl water. Call 278« Aprs, for Rent 33 FOK RENT Partly Mod. Apartments " 6 Rooms $15 4 Rooms Sll 3 Rooms $10 SAM RAIZES FOR RENT--Room ana kitchenette upt. Warm, clow In. 107 E. State. Ph. 40G1-W. dirk FOR SALE--10 Duroc bomrs. dirk colored, low down. Can be registered S35 lip. 1 mile E.. 2 miles N. St. Ansgar. A. O. fosey. St. Ansgar, Iowa. FOR SALE--2 purebred Br. Swiss bull calves. 10 and 4 mo.: 100 heavy Hybrid pullets, laying. Julius Olson. R. 2. Osagc. FOR SALE--Springer Guernsey heifers. Clarence Schlcsser. 4!i miles E. of Mason City on Highway IB. Misc. for Sole 44 FOR RENT--2 rm. »pt, Jan. 15th. .308 Ilh N. E. Ph. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt. Water, heat, gas lights turn. Call Keibergall Bros. Seeds, Feeds CONTROL S«d Oats for talc. Germination Mfr. purity Mr». Truck load ora«m delivered in the state. Hurt Grain Co., Clarion, Iowa. FOR REKT--Pleas. 1 rm. apt. and kitchenette: auto. heat, studio couch. Girls After 6. 404 N Wash. FOR RENT--Mod. 3 rm. and bath ant. Adults. 630 S. Conn. APARTMENTS--1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 rooms. Fura, or unlurn. See J. B. Youmjblood. We Still Have a Large Supply o[ Pre-Wnr Specification BINDER TWINE No Substitute. Free running lattice wound. Average tensile strength 90 Ibs. 500 It. to the pound. DON'T PASS UP YOUR CHANCE to get this quality twine lor next year. Ward's Farm Store FOR SALE--Clean Easy milking machine, like new. 4li miles cast of Mason Clly on Highway 18. FOR SALE--Cook stove, Slo.OO; heating stoves. S1.30: 6x9 rug. S1.98: coil bed spring. S3.50: cotton mattress. £8.95: stove pipe. 12c. 2 for 35c: Maytag motor. SIO.OO: too!?, rummage. B O Exchange. 1310 N. Fed. GRADE III TIRES Size Ply 30x3% 4 500x20 4 700x15 4 700x17 6 JOE DANIELS AUTO SUPPLY Opp. Postoffice Phone 363 WE HAVE A FEW USED BATTERIES FOR SALE S. H. WOLF 816 South Federal Phone 3292 '41 Chevrolet 5 Passenger Qoupe, R.H. '28 Packard Touring. '34 Chevrolet Tudor, heater, runs fine. - . - '38 Ford De Luxe Tudor. "36 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan, good tires. '39 Buick Sedan, R. H. '41 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan. '35 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan. '41 Chevrolet 5 Passenger Coup*. '37 Ford Tudor. 40 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '38 Buick Tudor, solid one. '40 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. '37 Buick Sedan, needs some work. '41 Chevrolet Sport Sedan, R. H., redone. '40 Chevrolet Bus. Coupe, H. H. '38 Ford Tudor, very low mileage. '40 Buick, 5 Pass.Coupe, premium rubber. '39 Plymouth Sedan De Luxe. '37 Ford Coupe. '38 Plymouth Tudor. '36 Dodge Tudor. '40 Buick Tudor. '38 Ford Fordor. '40 Nash Tudor. '41 Cadillac Tudor. '38 Chevrolet Coupe. '40 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '41 Buick Fordor. '41 Chevrolet Sports Sedan, '41 : Studebaker Champ. '41 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '36 Chevrolet Town Sedan. '41 Chevrolet Special Deluxe. Remember, you don't have to have a requisition to buy a Used Car. 7ENORS This may come to pass at that. Surely the axis can't take the pounding they are now enjoying for very Jong. And they must know they haven't seen anything yet. Our hunch is that things are going to bust in in our favor in a big way any time now. Come on bust, we are ready lor you any time. M . SS«*W IT SEEMS THE WAR, NOW SHORTLY MUST, IN ALLIES FA-, VOR SURELY BUST. Before we forget it, let us publicly state that we got our Lehigh Cement company calendar. Which is our idea o£ how to start the new year right. We did not get to see theman who brought it but we do thank him a heap for his kindness. _ A __ _ Speaking of the new year, this writing 1944 Is causing us * lot of trouble. We insist on writing U 1943. As if 1943 hadn't done enouih to vs. One would think a person would be glad to forget it. But give us the opportunity and there it is laughing at us, IMS, as big as life. We have cussed it a plenty. UP to 50 per cent Eavings on new and used auto, truck and tractor parts. Mail orders promptly filled. Chazen'a Auto Parts. 1731 North Federal. Phone 373. · Lodge Notices FOR SALE--1 pen ?4».50. Ph. 2M5. home, 8x18. "Your change, sir!" The Globe-Gaiette Want Ads cost only a small amount of change, bat their resalU are of infinitely greater value. Call 38M to place an ad. Benevolence Lodge No. 145 A. F. * A. M. · Work In third degree Jan. 10. I9M. KEN WAUGHTAL, W. M. 718 E. Stale St. Phone 32G5 DON D. GILBERT. Secretary 30'i First St S E Phone 2090 FOR AUTOMOBILES Phone 1371 S. Fed. Used Car Lot LEGAL NOTICES Harding Lodge No. 649 A. F. £ A. M. Regular Communication Wed., Jan. 12. 7:30 P. M. Installation of Officers MAYNARD L. WOLTER. W. M. 635 Tenth St. N. E. Phons 4480-W C. C, HALPHIDE; Secretary 1103 N. Adams Avenue Phcme IMS Mason City Lodqe No. 224 i. o. o. F. Lodge meets every Tucs. night at 8 o'clock Initiatory Degree Jan. II. GUY ANGELL, Noble Grand Phone 2221 WAYMAN CLOSSON. Recording Sec'y. Phono 3467 AGED WOMAN BURIED Woden -- Funeral services for Fannie Gruis, 80, were held Friday afternoon at the Reformed church at Buffalo Center with the Rev. Mr. Sennc. pastor, officiating, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Snuttjer of the Ramsey Reformed church. Miss Gruis died at her home several miles northwest of Woden, following a ness. 3 weeks' ill- NOTICE OF mo BATE OF WILC STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Cordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 6083. January Term. 1814. To all wham it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing"purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George O. Farrer. Deceased, dated May 1st. 1930. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 7lh day of February. 1944. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2:00 o'clock P. M.. ot 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; January 8th. 1944. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk ol District Court By MARGARET RIL.EY. Deputy METHODISTS ELECT Osaje--At the annual meeting of the Methodist church the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. A. M. Swanson; vice president, Mrs. H. Haakenson; secretary, Mrs. H." E. LaRue; treasurer, Mrs. Jess Brooker; spiritual life secretary, Mrs. Laura Lucas: secretary of Christian social church accounts, Mrs. L. H. Young; secretary of children's work, Glen Hartong; secretary of missionary education, Mrs. H. Horton, secretary of supplies, Mrs. O. E. Juhl. IT BRINGS MUCH ROW UNTO ME, WHEN I WRITE, 1943. BUT-THOUGH I PRACTICE O'ER AND O'ER, I CAN'T WRITE, 1944. --·-- And a centleman is a fellow who falls over a basket on the dark basement stairs and doesn't bawl his wife out a plenty for having left it there. Speaking of calendars, our friend, J. H. Sheridan of Bancroft, the garden spot of loway, sends us one of his as usual. Which the calendar, that also bears his photograph, states he has been selling insurance for 53 years. However, his picture does not bear him out on this statement. For if he is as young as his picture indicates, he must have started selling insurance as soon as he learned to talk. Good Morning, have you had your flu? If not you are the exception rather than the rule. And It was a rood thinr it was not of a very violent type. For doctors were harder to ftt than extra (is ration coupons. ,am-__ w One fellow was telling us he was so sick with the flu he knew he was going to become defunct unless help arrived immediately. So he decided to get medical help, aid, and assistance, to cure him of his malady. But after calling 2 doctors and being informed they were both side with the flu, he figured it was easier to die than get help and went back to bed. And next morning he was feeling pretty good again. FEELING LOW. *. FEELING BLUE, CHANCES ARE, YOU'VE GOT THE FLU. Now that there is a city election looming in the near horizon, the anti-night train whistlers should get together and vote for the side that will promise to provide the least night sleeping annoyance. Mother Says She Is to Blame Because Son Stole Automobile Chicaffo, (8 s )--Mrs. Marge Wfl- son told Federal Judge John P. Barnes she was to blame because her son had stolen an automobile. "I wasn't at home at the time," she said.' Judge Barnes asked Mrs. Wilson why she wasn't at home. "I was serving on a jury in this courtroom," she replied. A probation order for her »on was entered immediately.

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