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I/- MASON'CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE · -- ~~. ^..^ ^ ^.1^/u^-yi.rvejm. x^ ^ TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1943 -* If Moving Start by Selling Used_Furniture Through the W^nt AH« Classified Advertising Information TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 10% discount it paid at time ol insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid within 10 days of ; last insertion. This fa 6 point typ« The rates (or this size typ« ir*. 1 Day 3 Days $ Days 2 Lines ... 3 tines ... 4 Lines ... 5 Lines ... 6 Lines ... 7 Lines ... 8 Lines ... p Lines ... $ .30 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 3.20 1.35 S .75 1.13 1.5" 1.88 2.25 2.63 3.00 3.38 $1.32 1.98 2.64 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.M4 This is 10 point type. The rotes for this size type ore-- 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines .. 3 Lines .. 4 Lines .. 5 Lines .. 6 Lines .. 7 Lines .. 8 Lines .. 9 Lini i .. .. $ .40 .60 .80 .. 1.00 .. 1.20 .. 1.40 .. 1.60 .. 1.80 51.05 1.58 2.JO 2.63 3.15 3.68 4.20 4.73 S1.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 0.72 7.fi8 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Djys 6 Days 1 Inch $ .80 Si.25 S4.35 JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER Index to Classified Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Agents Ants, for Rent Amusements A u t o Aoc'sorte* Autos for Sal* Auto Truck.' Auto Ftnancfni Beauty Shops Hoard. Room Bus. locations Sits. Op'tunttiea Card of Thank» "emeterles A3 Cleaners, Dyera 15 Jotlages A35 Death Noll eta 1 Dofcs. Birds. Pet* it Electrical A23 Farms for Sale · 39 Farms for Rent 40 Florists 4 foods 4i Funeral Directors 3 Garage* 52 Gardens A45 Kelp Wanted, Male, Female 27 Help Wtd.. Mali 20 Help Wanted, Female 21 Help Wtd.. W!Ui Investment 19 Rouses for Sale 35 Homes (or Rent 34 H'sehotd Goods 54 Instruction Insurance In Memorlam Investment Livest'k for Sale 42 · Location Wanted SI Lost. Found 6 Lots for Sale 36 Machinery 4t Misc. for Sale 1 Mfs.c. for Rent Money to Loan Musical Instr Nursery Stock Optometrists Offices far Rent Office Eoulpt, Personals Poultry. Egfts Radio Real Estate Real ESL Loans Rooms for Rent Sale or Trad* Sale or Rent Salesladies Salesmen Seeds. Feeds Services Offered 23 Situation Wtd. Swap Service Wtd. to Barrow Wanted to Buy Wanted. Misc. wanted to Rent Wear's Apparel Death Notices 1 FRANK. Mary Ann, year and a half olrf daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emonucl Frank, 311 Monroe avenue northwest, died at a local hospital at 10:13 o'clock Tuesday morning following a short illness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Meyer funeral home In charge. Card of Thanks I WISH TO EXPRESS my sincere appreciation and thanks to my friends and neighbors for the most welcome gift vou have given me, Roy Ferham In Memoriom A2 IN LOVING MEMORY of my Dear Husband, Thomas Essex, \vlio pasded away one year ago today, Jan. 12. -Sweet Eire tlic memories that ncx-cr fade Of one \vc loved, but could not save. Sincere and kind m heart ana mind. What n wonderful memory lie left behind. Gone, Inil never to be forgotten. Mrs. Thomas Essex Funeral Directors MEYEHS Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulant service. Phone 1505. MAJOR Funeral Home. 209 Second N. E. Efficient Service plui Reverence. Am toulance. Phone an. McAULEY and SON Funeral Home. Complete service. Day and nifiht. 8 South Adams. Phone 63l. PATTERS ON Fu n eral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 322 North Washington. Phone 1140. Money to Loon $100 You can borrow This Amount from us" for 12 months if you can lay aside $2.33 per week to make the payments. LOANS for Income Tax Fuel Insurance Clothing Doctor-Dentist Past Due Bills Any Necessity Federal Discount Corp. 19'A N. Federal Ave. Phone 516 Men! Women? Married or Single Quick Cash Loans S25 to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First Nat'] Bank Phone 412 FOB BENT--1 rro. and kitchenette furn. ipt. City heat. 203 2nd S. E. REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bldg. START THIS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! Make this a ElEAL new year, a; far as your finances arc concerned. Resolve TODAY to pay all your old bills, and take care of any medical or dental work your family may need. You can have up to S300. and the easy monthly repayments just fit in with your budget. Come in NOW for prompt, confidential help. Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bldg. Mason City Optometrists I I FREEDOM FROM EYESTRAIN means -better school work. See Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Building. Chiropractors Al 1 HEALTH through normal nerve function. Dr. R J. Garner and Dr Lucy E Garner, 706 North Federal. Beauty Shops 12 WILLIAMSON'S, the home of the boiler permanent wares. 9 3th N. E. Ph. .1742. 17 Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE--Second culling red clover hay. j mi. West. 3 mi. N.. .'· mi. West of Manly, la. Burtncss Bros. FOR SALE--Baled clover and timothy hay in barn. 10 ton. Don Carr, Svvatc- dale. la. FOB-SALE--AUalfa-h»y. Baled or slack. S. H. Sehmalle. Thornton. la. Help Wtd., Male 20 WANTED-- Married man o wages, electricity and new J-12. Gimw-C.-izettc. n tarm 1op house. Write WANTED--Service station salesman. Salary S125. plus extras. Slate aee and dra£t status. Write T-9. Globe-Gazelle. WANTED--Wringer man. Inq Ideal American Laundry. WANTED--Man for greenhouse work 'and to drive truck. Apply Kcmble's Greenhouse. WANTED-- EXD. farm liand. Ph. 53R-1. WANTED-- Married or single man to work on farm. Holland Gould Plymouth. ' J WANTED Experienced Painters FOR LONG CONTRACT Apply E. J. Von Gillcrn, Diamond Engineering Co. Hotel Hanford, Room 438 Wednesday and Thursday He!p Wfd., Female 21 WANTED--Exp. seamstress, hand !roncr.!, shirt finishers. Ideal American Laundry, WANTED--Waitress. Exp. nol' necessary E,-Klmar Coffee Shop. Personals WANTED--Rccisterca and under-craduatc nurses for pencral duly in small hofpi- tal. nootl salary. Write G-S. Gtobc- | Gazelle. LET JIE IfELP YOU with your Income T.ix. Tcnlli year. Mosc Richer. 1152. C * -_I I WANTED-Cirl ^V:\.NTED-Cirl or middle-aged w«m»n I for general housework. Phone 23-F-13. WANTED--Rltle lo California for two snare c.vp. Could help drive, P| 1: 106. Lost, Found 6 WAITED--Experienced stenographer and bookk^cocr \vilh executive ability Wrilc complete detailed qualifications in your application. Applications must be in handwriting. Address J-ll. Globe-Gazelle. LOST -- Brown hill fold containing Important navy papers, between Bus Depot and Purity Bakery. Good reward Return to 2G First St. S, E. LOST--One large size coon hound. White with black spots, name Jerry If found Phone 167. LOST--Gcrman Police Hog. Answers lo nnrm- of "Laddie." Has license and collar. Reward. Notify W. E. Marks Turkey Farm. St. Ana gar. la. LOST^-BlAck hull calf between Kcnselt and Clear Lake on 18 and EJ Ph l/ tCcnscjt. towa. Money to Loan 8 WE SUPPLY THE CASH YOU NEED 530 to S30U United Financial Service IS'.b N. Federal Phor.e 57 IF YOU NEED TO BORROW $300 OR LESS M'e are glad to explain our many loan plans anytime. Loans made anywhere in North Iowa on Personal Property. Installment loans and Term Loans to Farmers. See. Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Second Floor - stele and Federal Phone 224 SWAP--Model A Ford for feed for ehlek- - cnsor hoes. Write JJ-9. Gloljc-G.izcltc Services Offered 23 SERVICE--You con have your battery charged while you wait at the Pontiac garage. MIRRORS resilvcrcd. Factory proccs; Guaranteed. Mackefs. Phone 783. WANTED--Office work, forenoons only. Experienced stenographer. Phone 93-W. Swap Service 5\VAE--Hot water heater for "28 Cliev radiator. Write ZZ-I1. Globe-Gazelle. ' SWAP--I9li Chevrolet rar. like new for lair model pickup. Wrilc NiV-3. Globc- Solc or Trade 31 FOR S,\I.E OR T R A D E - F o r acreac small place In Central Heights. Writ T-12. Globc-Cszcttc. , Rent 32 FOR REKT-Clcan. warm f u r n . i and sip, rooms, close in. Phone 2663-W F0 .n, RENT--SlpB. rm.. auto. hot~^!c7 410 ;v. Pcnn. Phone 2427-j. RENT--Heated, mod. h*ke rm s C bath. SIS mo. C72, East State eves'. FOR RENT--Two first fir. furn housekeeping rooms. SOI N. Fcdera light F 9^ KENT--I and 2 rmp., \vilh T without kitchcneltc. Short walk (o Deckers 713 Elm Drive. Aprs, for Rent 33 FOR RENT--Ground floor. 2 Mdrooni apt New. cas Hot. rfosc In Also 5 room apt.. S20. Phone 11S2 or XM6 Apts. for Rent 33 FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reas. Inq. opt. 2, 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggly, 12 1 st N. W. FOR RENT--Unfurn. deluxe 3 'ini. apt 414 1st S. E. FOR RENT--New 3 rm. unfurn. apt. 415 N. Penn. FOR RENT--Downtown outside 1 or 2 rm. apts.. furn,. utuum. 123Mi K. Fed. FOR DESIRABLE APIS, see J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. FOR RENT--Mod. 4 room apt. and car. 719ii North Federal. Phone 2687. FOR RENT--1st fir. fum. opt. Auto, coal heat. pri. ent. 404 W. State. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. mi S. Dal. Ph 4139. FOR RENT--Now kitchenette anl. Evcrv- tlnns furnished. S25 a month. Phone 1183-3216. FOR REKT-2. 3 and 1 rm. filrn. apts. Close in. Ulll. (urn. Ph. 2316. eves. FOR RENT--( rm. apt., gas. Hchts. water, heat furn. S23 mo. 22 Hlh PI. N. W. FOR RENT--Downstairs furnished apartment, 310 S. Pennsylvania. Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT 40622nd S. E.. 4 rms.. ptly. mod... .515 03 "15 7lh S. \V.. 4 rms.. ptly. modern. S15.GO 2 S. Adams. 5 rms., ptly. modern SI5.00 18Va N. Pres., 3 rms. duplex, mod S15DO W. L. PATTON. Realtor. !03 E. Stale St. FOR RENT--Small House, all mod.. garage. Suitable for voimg people 225 S Ohio. Phone Dr. FrMchcrc. FOR RENT--ft rm. modern IJOILSC. Third St. N. w. P close in. Phone ^102-J. FOR BENT--3 bedroom house. Forest Park, uaraco. close to Wilson School, j a month. Manlcy's. CHOICE RENTALS rm. i-oal furn. near Monroe S23 4rm. coal hi,. E. side. ga«l. gar, $2C, 4 rm. gas heat, across Monroe Sch. S30 5 rm. bungaJoiv. Jefferson Scliooi. $30 S rm. duplex in Grand View, sas lit. S3''uO 5 rm. close in. gas heat, good $35 3 rm. bungalow* Grand V i c \ v . . . $40 C rm. gas heat. Wlldivoorf ,. . . . 5^5 BARNES AGENCY Telephone 1300 208 Foresters Bids. FOB RENT--3 room, partly fum. base, tnent house. S12.50 mo. 1529 N. Del. FOR RENT Colonial, near Forest Park, Modern 545 5 Rocm Modern Bungalou-, Monroe School District 535 2 Small Houses, Partly Modern, Roosevelt District. .$17-20 PHONE 1700 E. W. CLARK CO. FOR RENT--8 rm. strictly mod. House and gar. Close to Monroe sch. 928 N. Mad. David Oljoii. Ph. 1B03. FOR RENT--3 rm Heated duplex S20 J. E. Youngblood. Phone 3G. FOR RENT--Brick home. 5 rooms, baih. garage, gas heat, hot water, newly dec on bus line, near school. Ph. 2120. FOR RENT--Newly decorated 7 room house, near Monroe school. Garage. Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--3 rm. house. 1332 N. Conn.. S12.50 mo. Ph. 91S-LJ. 331 12th S. E. Houses for Sole DUPLEX--fi rooms-, partly modern. 4 rms. each side, bungaiow style, close list be sold (o settle estate. Show by appointment. \V. L. Patten. Realtor 101) East State. FOR SALE-- Very fine. v.-dt built C room bungalow. 25 S. Vermont., double tfnr., i23o. Another at TOG N. Harrison S3250 ROMEY REALTY CO.. Phone 58-1 Livestock for Safe 42 FOR SALE--fall Spoiled Poland Cliina boar. Leonard GorkowsKi. 1 mile wcsl Pock falls. Plicne 501. Oil SALE--Duroc stock hoa. Mell Van HecKe. y tnilcs aoulh and \i west of city hone 13-K-n. VOU SALE -- 40 Spotted Poland China son-s. Bred for April farrowing, c. E. Bcrghcfcr. Lotimcr. WANTED TO BUY--Spoiled Poland- CJiin.i slot-lc hog. neij. Willard Jlill- mau. Bockiord. la. Ph. 51F88, OR SALF,--A few good Hereford boars. Priced right. Also young hor=e. 1.700 b=. Fred Pals. 3*1t mi No. Swaledale. FOR SALE--Feeding pigs. Phone S9-J-11, Clarence Geyer. FOR SALE--Beautiful home, Foresl Park. i\lusl be sold. Phone 15CM. Farms for Sale 39 OWN A FARM. Special for Mar. poss. Two small farms with lights. Owners now living on farm. Takes about S3,500 cash and priced to sell. Good homes. Owner of 80 A. is buying larger; owner of 100 A. is a widower. L. C. Stuart, Clear Lake. FOR SALE 210 A. Imp. All platvlantl. N. E. O^c S75 ]··! A. Well Imp. ne.-ir Mason Cilv " silo 1GO A. Hanlontown. Imp ,, " s7o 200 A. East Rockwell .. .. "' " S73 llio A. A-l. All Tillable. Blarfc soil" "sin ICO A. Imp. Tillable. Gooil crops Slo HOMEY ItEALTY CO,. Phone :,8I* FOR SALE--30 A. on pavement wilh electricity, silo, large chicken lloilit cJ.iiry barn. hOR house, etc. Six room bunfialow. all modern. Very sootl land wilh woven wire fencing. .March Is! pos, session. Price S130 per A. and worlh the """"?'- Brown-Jacobs. Clrarles City Iou-a FOR RENT--160 acres Cerro Corrfo Co Well improved. 50-50 basis. Wrile H-ll Globe-Gazelle. Machinery 41 FOR SALE--Good 7 H. land cm iilsc^ John Deere; 2-row cnlllvator, complete \vilh shovels. Good cond. 3 miles ivcsl of Burchinal. Milt Frailer. FOR SALE--One used M. M. corn shcllcr Model B on rubber. Rood condition' ready to rim. G. E. Jannsrud, 233 \V William St.. Albert Lm. Minn. FOR SALE--Mc.-Deer. m i l k i n q m.icViinc. A-I cond. Fred Linabcn. Clear Lake. Li res rock for Safe 42 KOR SALE 10 Good Quality Hereford Bulls SEVERAL GOOD WELL-BROKE WORK HORSES ONE WOOD AND COAL CIRCULATING HEATER MULLANEY FARM Mason City Phone 59R2 or Rockwell Rural Phone FOR SALE--My registered Guernsey herd IniTI: a brcil licifcr and ;--*\ months old male calves. AH arc eligible (o registry. John L. Robert?, Hampton, I Imva. l *° S ' V ° av '' ay An E° ra kitten. Misc. for Sale 44 tort bALb-Ncw Bait-Baud overshoes. youths- si M . s 3 ,,, | 3 h i _ , bu . kll . JSL . 2 uuchlc 09. B. «; O. Exch.. 1310 N. Fed. FOR SALE--Man's white R o]d pocket watch, 17 jewels, 510. Phono *232-W. F OR SALE--Special delivery 1,500 Ibs test Franklin county, llj.. lump coal Low on soot. hot. holds fire all ni £ ht. Has more heat and lasts longer than ton °' TM an y °"' pr ""Is. S7.15. lax He. total i.4. IsOO los. Smokeless Coal, none better. 59,1. t. 1x i Sc , ol3 , 59 , a0i Phone 403, Louis Svvchla. FOR SALE Platt Trail-A-Home A-l Condition . . . $650 House Trailer Sales 524 SECOND S. W. FOR SALE--Boys bicycle: also livo nevv tires and tubes. Sl!5. Phone 3345-J. F t R .?^' E ~ 2 n9 rl ""li: hoj; houses. 3x111: "7^ D ·; S?"!!" 1 * clc TM llr ;l «as cnsinc. .'. Pntchard. (i mi. west on 25tli St and '.« int. north. Foods ·WAXED NORTHERN GROWN RUTABAGAS Bag 51.25 . . . 7 Ibs. 25e EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1607-1009 S. Federal Ave. FOR SALE--Field run polatocs. OOe hu. Ed Bcnhart. Plymouth, Phone 1010. Musical Instruments 48 FOIi SALE--3 used Kohner accordions- button type. S12.50: 12 base. 539.50; 413 base. 553.50. Los need Music Co. Wearing Apparel S3 FOR SALE--Good raccoon coat size U .cheap. Excellent buy for high school Bin. Inquire. Abel sens. FOR SALE--Navy blue Kabordinc ,,,,,,,, size 1C. excellent condition. Hall price. Phone 406. Clear Lake. Household Goods 54 FOH SALE--Good circiitalins coal heater. SSB'.s K, Pennsylvania, 220 FOR SALR-Blt.e volour itvlne rm. suite. i.^S y bcd ' Eood cond - Int l- 221 K. Georgia. FOH SALE-Furnimrc. also child's t r i cycle, desk, rocking chair, babv basket doll cradle. 1-133',:. K. Carolina. Ph smw" PARTS for itlnytoK and other washers. *?? SI";,'"" 1 " SPd w «hc». Marston, 30J South Monroe. Phone 1C2. We buy. «ell and repair all makes o( vacuum cleaners. Hoover Department. Merkcls basement. WASHER REPAIRS, all makes. Quick- economical. Ccrro Gordo ilaylac Co' "hone "067. '* Foil SALE--Shiner vacuum cleaner. Good condition. Ph. «1'J. 3Ii. SA . LE --" » c - walnut d i n i n c rm. set. SiO. A-l condition. 1G N, Conn. TABLE LAMPS 20% Discount Porcelain glass and wood bases, 20, 22, 27 inches in height. Shades, silks and iancv weaves. GAMBLE STORES 201 North Federal FOR SALE-FurniTm-r. (riiit a n d f r u i t jars, tools ami dishes. MB Fmirtli S! N. E. Phor.e -i^T.i. RENT OUR KLECTFUC FLOOR SAND- EltS. Make old floors like new. Curric- Vati ftess Cotnpauy. Auto Accessories 62 FIRESTONE STORE is an official Tire Inspection Station Your tires must be inspected by January 31. Have it done early! Avoid the last minute rush. CORNER 2nd AND S. FEDERAL Share-Ride-Club Featured in "Public Safety" Article Masoti City Plan Is Explained in January Issue of Magazine Poultry, Eggs 55 HATCHING EGGS WANTED We will pay premium on hatching eggs. W. Rocks, Butt Rocks, W. Leg. Get si! the extra money this year. Small charge for culling and testing. Write or call J. E. MASON HATCHERY 842 Eleventh N. E. Phone 4607 Wanted to Buy 56 WANTED TO BUY--Used boy's bicycle. Call 203 N. Connecticut torenoons. WANTED TO BUY--Business properly wilh living quarters in connection Write M-JI. Globe-Gazelle. WANTED TO BUY--Atldin£ machine. 105 lath S. E. Ph. 1310. WANTED-Small tat!q model clcc. wash- IIB machine. Ph. 23M, eves. WANTED TO BUY--'45 Chcvs.. Fords and Plymouths. Inq. Bob Burns, Lake Park, Iowa. WANTED TO BUY--Furniture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1 822. WANTED--To buy med furniture. Trade your old for new furniture. Joe Goss 312 South Federal. Wanted to Rent 57 WANTED TO RENT--By Jan. la. furn apt. or duplex, 1 bedroom. Ph. 9G3 days 2S3-W after C. WANTED TO RENT--By Fcb 1 5 rm f u r t t . house. Pit. 1GOO. Autos for Sole 60 RADIATORS cleaned. fenders"""sTirai"litt cued, wheels balanced and aliened. Birum-Olson Company. FOR SALE 1940FORD DELUXE Tudor. Radio, Heater, Excellent condition. Phone 237-J WALROD GARDENS Clear Lake FOR SALE---2B Chcv. master deluxe. tov;n sedan. Heater, Jlcal buy at SH5. Pritchard Motor Co. FOII SALE--Oldsmobile. 1941 club COUDC 11. C, Roberts. Norlhwood. Ph. 79. ' Winterized Used Cars Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite the Post Office 120 N. Delaware Phone 980 TERMS - TRADES FOR SALE--Good 1930 Model A Foril Exlan. Rood tires, lieu- battcrv Alco rods, reels, boy's bicycle. 612 N. Mass. FOR SALE---33 model B Ford l',i ton S IV. D. Harold Dicrcks, 4 mi. S I E city. We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO. 21 Second S. W. 633 S. Federal Auto Trucks 61 1941 FORD PICKUP l/2-Ton-AH Original CANNOT BE TOLD FROM NEW SEE IT TODAY LAPINER Motor Co. WE BUY TRUCKS FOR CASH STRICTLY BUSINESS * Mc Fe ,,t e « CLOSING OUT SALET] 203 * f GOfNG | WAR. OUT · OF lUStHESSl FORCED ·r o [SELUNG OUT. 1 ! "F just signed a 99-year lease." ! '" S1 '! 1CSS a » cw lcast% "» Mr. by usinK Ads. For hcst sales opportunities, rail ."Xni. Globe-Gazette Auto Accessories 62 Only 25c Per Car ALL TIRES MUST BE INSPECTED . BY JANUARY 31 JOE DANIELS SERVICE 121 N. Delaware Phone 363 Lodge Notices MASON C1TV LODGE NO. 1. O. O. K. MeelinK every Tues. nlcht FOSTER ELLIOTT Noble Grand Phone 1899 WAYMAN CLOSSON nccorniilG Secretary Phone 3in ^Traveling men in the Mason 'ity, Iowa, area have worked out complete and effective share:he-ride club, according to an ar- :icle in the January issue o£ "Public Safety." "The object," the magazine states, is to enable the men to rover their territory despite gaso- ine rationing, using the share:lie-vide club as a practical means to reduce mileage, and to lend full o-operation to the rubber conservation program." The plan was worked out in a series of meetings held in Mason -ity under the direction o£ H C Brown, secretary of the Mason -ity Cerro Gordo County Safety council. Mr. Brown has since been lamed administrator of the Mason City Traveling Men's' Share-the- Ride club. "All salesmen participating in the share-lhe-ride club are given membership cards which they are to sign and which will identify them to other members oj the group." The share-the-ride club has but three rules: 1. The driver of the car with iwiom the salesman or traveling man is riding shall govern the time and route, and the one ridin- shall arrange his time to conform to the driver's schedule. 2. The salesman or traveling man who is riding with a driver is under no obligation to share any expense. 3. The driver ot- owner of the car shall not ask or expect the traveling man riding with him to help share any expenses of his car 11ABU1NC. LODGE NO. C)9 A. K. fij A. Bl. Hcsular Meeting and Installation o[ Officers Wednesday, Jan 13 7:30 P. JJ. A. L. HOTCHK1N. W. M. Phone 2982-J C. C. HALPIDE. Secret.ry Phone 1635 BENEVOLENCE LODOE NO. 113 A. F. A A. St. Regular Meeting Thursday. Feb. 4, 1913 7:ao P. M. GEORGE C. SENN. W. M Phone 3957 DON D. GILBEitT. Secretary Phone 2030 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OK PROBATE OF Wilt STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County ss. No. 5912. October Term. 19«. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified. Ihnt an instrument of wrillnt; purporting to bo the \Vili and Testament of Louis C. Crepoiv Deceased, dated October 7th. 1327. havlnu been this day Hied, opened and read Monday the 2alh day ot January. 19« is fiKcd for hearing proof ol same nt the Court House ii. Mason city. Iowa, before the Clslricl Court of'sairt County or Ihc Clerk of said Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons tntertistcd ore hereby notified anc required to appear, and shou- cause, li any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the lat Will and Testament of said deceased. ,. ! ? rlc . rt "' M 350 " City, lou-a. December S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By MARGARET KJLEY, Deputy NOTICE or rnoBATi: OF \MI.I. STATE OF IOWA. Ccrrn Gordo County. ss. In Dislrict Court. No. 5915 Junuarv Term. 194.1. To All whom it may cnncern: You arc hereby notified, that an in- slrutncnt of writing purporting |o be UK last Will .-jjjd Tcslament of Alice D Ransom. Deceased, dated March ISlh 1930 having been this day filed, opened anc read. Monday, the first day of February 19*3. is fixed for bearing proof of sam at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at : o'clock P. Al.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and renulred to appear am show cause, If any they have, why sati Instrument should not be probated am allowed ns flnd for llic last Will an. Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa. Januar; S. II. MacPEAK. Ctcrl; of District Com By SIAIIGARET RILEV, ncput. Ml TICK 01' A N N U A L MEETING Kallcc Is hereby given thai t ii c Aniuia nicctmc of the Members ol the Pioncci tcdcral Sarinfs and Loan Associatiot will be held at t h e Association's office 11U ftorth Federal Avenue. Mason City Iowa. Wednesday. January 20 19.13 a 2:00 o'clock P. Ji.. for the purpose o cIccliliR directors and transaction of slid other business as may lawfully come DC. fore the mectinR. IHA W. STINSON. Secretary NOTICE OF PROBATC OF ViM I STATE Ot' IOWA. Ctrro Cordo County ss. In Dislricl Court. No. 5917. January Term. J!M3. ' To all whom it may concern: You iiro hereby notified, that an instrument ot writing pucportinc to be tile W5t WIU and Testament of Harry Zchkcr Deceased. d.~tcd April 6th. 1934 having been this toy filed, opened nnd read Monday, the 13th day o( January, 1913. is /ixcd for hc.irinc proof of same at the Court House tn Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court ol said County, cr the Clerk of said Conn; nnd at 2 o'clock P »!.. ir the day above mentioned all ncr- sons interested arc hereby notified and required lo i.iijjear. and i-hov.- cause if ?i?? ,! llcy , )i" VI: - Wl1y " kl Instrument Miouftl not 'be probated and allowed .-. and for Ihc last Will and Testament ot said deceased. S. JI. MacPEAK. Clerk of Dislricl Court By M A R G A R E T H1LEY, Deputy TAKEN TO GERMANY BERN, (/P) -- American diplomats and journalists, .formerly active in Vichy, and a number ot other Americans who were interned at Lourdes after German troops moved into unoccupied France, will be removed to Germany Wednesday, United States legation officials here said Tuesday. W A R J OBS (EDITOR'S NOTE: F r o m time (o (ime the Globe-Gazette, in co-operation with the U. S employment service, will print lists of ivar jobs available to workers in this section.) (The following work openings all m war industry, are amoii" those available at the U. S Employment Service, 19 Third'street northeast, Mason City.) In Iowa: Production workers (female), urgently wanted; tool dctailer, foremen, balances and scales; foremen, sanitary, powei house engineer; inspector, explosives, foremen, explosives, calkers boilermaking, plant laborers ordnance; urgently wanted, tool and die makers; machinists, bench machinists, welders, combination crystal grinders. Out oC sfaie: Foreman, machine shop, production manager, ship- fitters; will take structural steel men; machinists, bench; mechanics (any kind); assemblers, will take ornamental ironworkers, autobody repairmen, office machine service men. radio repairmen, auto me chanic. helpers; laborers, for aircraft work, male or female; beginners, mechanical work, male female; welders, assembly sp cialists: boilermafccrs, welder w i l l take refrigeration engineer m a i n t e n a n c e mechanic; pjpeliltci draftsmen, structural or construction laborers, meat packing; laborers, construction, (bus transportation furnished); laborers, railroad, personnel clerk: firefighters maintenance mechanic helper Scale repairmen; sheet mela workers, trainees; radio instructors; tack welders, electricisns floor molders, pipefitters, acety lene or electric arc: screw machine operators, automatic, teacher, vocational radio; also machine shop cement finishers, form setters form, line digger operations, finish machine operators. WINS S100 SPEAKING I'UIZE TROY. N. Y.. flj.f»--Talk is cheap, says the old adage But Hobcrt c. O'Neill. 18-year-old Rensselaer Polytechnic institute freshman from Kenmore, N. Y., proves that it pays--and well, too' O'Neill won first prize of $100 ; n the annual public speaking contest for freshmen at H. p. I. His talk of six minutes duration paid off at the rate of S1G.6G per minute. IMURPHY KITES HELD LAWLER--Funeral services for Edward Murphy. 73. former Chickasaw county sheriff, were held Monday morning at Mt. Carmel C.ilholis church here. Mr Murphy died Saturday morning URGES FARMERS, TRUCK USERS TO REPORT TO DOT Should Get in Touch With Their County Transportation Groups The office of defense Iranspor- Lilion Tuesday urged farmers and other truck operators to lose no lime in Retting in touch with, their Bounty farm transportation committees or ODT field representatives, if theh- fuel and mileage iillotmenis require adjustment. Operators who put off too long applying for necessary adjustment of their certificate of war necessity allotments may be unable to obtain fuel for (heir vehicles later on, the ODT warned. * * * The present procedure under which temporary transport rations may lie issued by local war price and rationing boards without specific authorization from the ODT expires Jan. 15. After (his date, no operator will be able to obtain fuel coupons without either a certificate or oiher authorization from the ODT staling that an application for adjustment ot a certificate of \i-ar necessity allotment has been filed with ODT * * # A largo number of temporary transport rations have been issued, out only a small number of operators have applied for adjustment o[ their certificates ot war necessity thus far. the ODT said. Should this situation lead (o a Inst-minute rush on the field offices, it will be impossible to give individual applications the attention they require, it was pointed out. ODT field men and the county farm transportation committees report that they can handle a far greater number of applications for revised certificates than are now coming in and that they anticipate being swamped with appeals at the last minute. Operators can avert such a situation by filing their applications now. * * if. To make it easy as possible for operators of trucks and other commercial motor vehicles to make their applications in person, the ODT has sent members of its field force into approximately 500 cities and towns in which there are no regular ODT district offices. Tiiesc temporary hoad- quurlcrs are located in most cases at local Chambers of Commerce. Operators are urged to avail themselves of these additional facilities and make applications for n e e d e d certificate adjustments promptly. Applications also will be handled, of course, at any of the 142 regular district offices. Applications may be m a d e cither in writing or in person, but operators arc urged to employ the Jailer method wherever possible since this will give them nn opportunity to talk over matters that miflht otherwise be overlooked In either event, operators should submit fieuros on mileage and fuel for at least a month's operation. The more accurate and complete the information the easier it will be to make proper adjustments in the certificate of war necessity allotments. Panhandler on Omaha Streets Leaves Estate Valued at $4,500 OMAHA, f / P j -- F o r 35 years Charlie Henley was known to police here as a panhandler on Omaha streets. Up to the time of his death last July, others of the can-you-Fparc- a-nicklc-mistcr trade regarded him as somewhat ritzy. Tuesday, on the records ot County Judge Charles J. Southard's court appeared a clue to the reason Charlie put on airs. The probate records show the panhandler left an estate ralued at $4,500, more than half of it in six and seven per cent power company preferred stock. No relatives have been found and his estate probably will go to the state. Charlie was believed to be about 71 years old when he died. Buy War Savings Botuls and Stamps from your GInbc-Gazetle carrier boy. BUYS 200 ACRE FARM BURCHINAL--Fred Best has bought a 200 acre farm southeast of Burchinal and will move there March 1. Livestock AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN. 14-1 P. M. Wartime CATTLE--HOGS--SHEEP and HORSES JXv. 11 ? fV itl(r1 ,V. 0 " J 1 of «»«vc slock each week. If you W h,£ i s . cllfbr "V, l ° lh « sale as the demand is very ^e have a lot of good f a r m trac i c . Can use hu . ls pf J HOGS-- 150 head of all fclnds, feeder pigs, sous and boars. SHEEP-- Feeder lambs and bred ewes. HORSES-- 15 (o 20 each week. ORA BAYLESS, Auctioneer Mgr. Phone. 3738 I-UND'S SALE STABLES Mason Cily. Iowa Home H27

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