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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1943 MASON CITY GbOBE^GAZETTE Buy Defense Stamps With Your Want Ad Profit--Remember! It's Ph. 3800 Classified Advertising Information TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 10% discount if paid at time of insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid within 10 day= oj last insertion. This It 6 point type Tlit rat« for this clu typ» r*-- 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 2 Lines 3 TJnes 4 Lines 5 Lines B Lines 1 Lines 8 Lines $ .30 .45 .60 .75 .80 1.05 1.20 9 Lines 1.35 S .75 1.13 1.5" 1.88 2.25 2.6!! 3.00 3.38 $1,32 1.93 2.61 3.30 3.96 4.62 5.28 5.84 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 1 Lines 8 Lines 9 Lams $ .40 .60 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.60 1.80 $1.05 1.58 2.10 2.B3 3.15 3.68 4.20 S1.92 2.88 3.84 4.80 5.76 6.72 7.68 8.64 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 1 Inch . . . . $ .80 $2.25 $4.35 JUST CALL 3800 ANP ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER Index to Classified Classifications a r e numbered according to the po~ sition in which they appear in the section. S7 7 ES to 61 s 30 18 14 2 A3 IS A35 Acreace Agents Apts 'or Rent Amusement* A u t o Acc'porles Autos foi Salt Auto Truck? AUTO Financing Beaut.v Shops Board. Room Bus Locations Bus. Op'tunltles Cafes Card of Thanks Cemeteries Cleaners. Dyer* Cottages Death iVotlres 1 Dogs. Birds. Pets 43 Electrical A23 Farms tor Sale 39 Farms for Rfint 40 Florists 4 Foods 45 Funeral Directors 3 Caragw 52 Gardens A5 Help Wanted. ftlaie, Femate ' 27 Help Wta.. Male 20 Help Wanted, Female zi Belp Wtd.. With Investment 1» Rouses lor Sale .TS Houses (01 Rent 34 U'sehold Goods 54 Instruction Insurance In Mcmorlam Investment LlvesfX for Sale Location Wanled 5} Money to Loon TO EVERY Mason City Family in a Financial "Jam" United Financial Service is one of the- largest family and persona! linance organizations in Mason City. We operate under the Iowa state law governing smalt loan companies and arc licensed and bonded. PEOPLE DO BUSINESS WITH US Because 1. We offer good service al reasonable cost. 2. We only make loans that are helpful to the customer. 3. We do not "high pressure" people into borrowing. WHATEVER YOUR MONEY NEEDS BE ... CALL 57 Midland Investment Co. COMBINED WITH ' United Financial Service "Family Finance Counsellors" 15% N. FEDERAL AVE. (Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store) S*7C YOU CAN BORROW this *-' amount from us for 12 months it you can lay aside S1.75 per week to make the payments. Federal Discount Corp. EAHL V. ZEARLEY. Manager 19Vi N.' Federal Phone 516 IxiM. Pound Lots for Sale Machinery Mise for Sate MHe for Rent Money to Loan Musical Inslr Nursery Stock OntomciTists Offices for Rent Office Equlpt. Personalp Poultry. ERE* Radio Real Estate Real Esl Loans Rooms for Rent Sale or Trad* Sale or Rent ] Salesladies Salesmen Seeds. Feeds Services Offered Situation Wld. Swap Service Wtd to Borrow Wanted to Buy Wanled. Misc. Wanted (o Rent Weat'g Apparel Women I Married or Single Quick Cash Loans $25 to 5300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 Fu-st Nat'l Bank Phone 412 Apts. for Rent 33 FOR BENT--Close In. lower apl.. 3 or 5 ruts. Lots ol Heat. Plionc 057. STRICTLY BUSINESS FOB RENT-- Nicely gas heat, close in. (urn. 1 rm. Ph. 2657. KENT Nice Cozy Apartment Large living room, Murphy bed, kitchen and private batK Gas heat, hot \valei and garage. Furnished or unfurnished. Very reasonable. Call Roy Igou at 3400 or 1260 FOR RENT--Mod. opts. Reas. Inq. apt. 2, 3rd fir. over Piggly Wiggly. 12 1st N. W. FOR DESIRABLE APIS, see J. B. Youngblood. Phone 36. FOR RENT--Mod. 4 room apt. and ear. 19ii North Federal. Phon« 2661. FOR RENT--Apt., close in. 60«1 heal, light. Ph 1390-J alter 5. FOR RENT--Small mod., warm. [urn., clean apt. Adults. 103 N. Penn. Houses tor Rent 34 FOR RENT--3 rm. heated duplex, SliO. J. B. Youcisujood. Phone Sir. FOR RENT-- 5 rm. ..as Heal, uaragc. $37.50. Manlcys. brick ' duplex, mod. 411 2nd St. N. W. FOR RENT--In West Haven. 4 nil. liusc. full basement, plenty of garden space See Bill Major. 211 2nd S. W. HOUSES FOR RENT 522 N. Adams, 5 rm. duplex S35.00 "Don't ask me why. Orders is orders!" Autos for Sole ft A Dl ATORS ciea n ed. fenders si ra ifiht- enetU wheels balanced and aligned. Birum-OIson Company. Auto Accessories 62 BATTERIES SoW on our Budget Pay Plan GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORE 125 First St. S. E. Phone 3500 of not less lliaii lu*« or more than ten members, t,aid board ot directors to be elected b.y liio ilockholders at the annual inecling of the corporation ia he hold al its office on tlie becoiiil Mond.iy of February of each year. The article* further provide that the directors shaJJ elect the officers of the corporation, and until the next annual meeting the directors arc to consist of A, J. Marshall and Errtix Swift. ;ind thc officers arc A. J, Marshall, president and treasurer, and ErdJx Swift, vice-president and secretary. ' 6. Thc private property ftf the .stockholders of this corporation is to be exempt from corporate debts. Signed Lhls liOl clay of January. 194X A. J, MARSHALL EltDIX SWIFT Incorporates, Inspection Only 25c Per Car JOE DANIELS SERVICE 121 N. Delaware Phone 3C3 *"--- -" · * i - u u i i l 3 , U 1.111. M.UM1CW QliJ.Ull . . ,. . 309S.Ky. 5 room b'galow S40 00 i ,,, A *"'«iisc where your messa-e will be seen. Use Globe-Gazette 202 S. Verm'l, 5 rm. b'g'low $40.00 "ant Afls to sell, rent, buy or trade. Phone 3800 today! 1*204 2nd S. W., 5 rm, b'g'low and others W. L. PATTON, Realtor . 109 East State St. l REAL ESTATE LOANS F. H. A. AND OTHER TYPES E. W. CLARK CO. 205 Foresters Bldg. Optometrists 11 TWO NEW HOUSES Roosevelt School district. Gas heat, fully modern, 4 rooms, attached garage . . . S40 a month E. W. CLARK CO. Phone 1700 EIGHTY-FIVE per cent of recurring headaches arc caused by eyesirain. Sec Dr. Knutson. Opt., Weir bldg. Death Notices KITTO, A, W.. 52. committed suicide m the Iiasement of his grocery store, 40^ Seventh street southeast, at 1:50 o'clock Monday afternoon. Funeral arrangements ·arc incomplete pending 'arrival Of 3 son from California. Doirtnr Marvin' B. Kotcr. pastor of live First Methodist church, will officiate and burial will be in Ehnivoocl cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. WILSON. Joseph. 70. died at a local can- Viilescent home early Tuesday morning. following an illness of about two weeks. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Paller^on funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors FOR RENT 3 Small Partly Modern Houses at $18 Month In soutli part of town. 5 Room Brick House Midland Heights, completely mod., gas heat, attached garage. $35 PER MONTH E. W. CLARK CO. Phone 1700 Misc. for Sale ATTENTION FARMERS Now is the time to Repair Your Harness We Have a Complete Line of REPAIRS AND OILS Montgomery Ward and Co. Foods 45 GRAPEFRUIT TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS 10 FOR 29c EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1607-1609 South Federal Autos for Sale 60 Winterized Used Cars at Reasonable Prices HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Opposite the Post Office 120 N. Delaware , Phone 9SQ TERMS - TRADES - Chiropractors AH HEALTH through nctmal nerve Dr. R. J . Garner and Dr, Garner. 105 North Federal. Lucy E. Business Opportunities 18 WANT TO BUY--Grocery store property with Jivinji quarters in connection. Write L-19, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE-- Beauty shop. North Central la. Good business, low overhead. Write M-lI. Globc-GazcUc. Help Wtd., Mole 20 WANTED--Houseman with general knowledge of mecli.infcs. carpentry, etc. Write F-19. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Bell boys. Apply Hotel Han- FOR RENT--Poss, immctl.. y rm. bungalow. 732 Birch Dr. Phone 118C! or 3216- FOH RENT--4 bedroom house. 423 Sixth street northwest. Phone nam. FOR RENT--New, 5 rm. bungalow, near aionroe school. Ph, 390. M. K. Haa- hciin. FOR HENT--3 room, parttv fum. base- mem house. 512.50 mo. 1529 N. Del. FOR RENT--Newly decorated 1 room house, near Monroe school. Garage, Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--3 rm house. 1X12 N. Conn.. £12.50 tno. Ph. 4919-LJ. Ml nth S. E. FOR RENT--I rm. duplex. Newly dcc- orted. $13. fiU s. Jackson. Sam Raizes. MEYERS funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service. Phone Ia05. MAJOR Funeral Home. 209 Second N. E. Efiicienl Servicer plus Reverence. Am- buUnce, Phone oil. ifcAULEY and SON Funeral Home. Complete service. Day and night. 8 South Adams. Phone 651. PATTERSON Funeral Home! Known tor service. Ambulance, 322 North Washington. Phone IHQ, ^^Jfejg^j^ 0 " 10 !^ ~J*! WANTED--Girl for cooking and light work. Nissen Hospital. Osasc. Iowa. WANTED--Maid for scncral work. sen. 1 los p itat, Qsngc, Town. WANTED--D ish washer. mar Coffee Shop. Apply at Ead- FOR RENT I 4 r m - p a r t mod. ... SH»-S15-5IC-SJE-?2U-S12 4 rm. coal hem. East, iidc $2 4 rm. gas heat. East side .S 5 rm, coal heat, near Monroe .Sii 4 nn. fjas heat. Monroe School S'J n rni. coal heat. Maple Drive $3 5 rm. coal heat. Grand View S3 G r i n . g a s heal, near St. Joseph Sch S33 BARNES AGENCY, Tel. 1300 WANTED--Waitress. Covered Wagon. Personals DAY nursery. 10U N, Delaware avenue. Ph, 20,1 J-W. Lost, Found rown Water Spaniel pup. Reward, Name is "Ginger." 037 3tb N, E. ' Money to Loon 8 START THIS YEAR OFF WITH Freedom From Worries! Wake tfiis a REAL new year. » far as your finances are concerned. Resolve TODAY to pay all your old bills, and lake care or any medical or denial work your family may need. You can have up to S300. and the easy monthly repav- meilsiust (it in wflh your budget. Come in NOW tor Erompt. confidential Kelp. Home Loan Finance Co. 205 Foresters Bldg. Mason City WANTED 200 WOMEN AGE 17 -- 50 FOR DEFENSE WORK IN AIRPLANE FACTORIES ' In Twin Cities or Elsewhere See or Phone tlic Federal Aircraft School t-epresentative at the Hotel Hanford, Wednesday and Thursday, January 20th - 21st. Farms for Sale 39 FOR SALE--Bargain, Estate farm, lO acres iyiimproved, 1 mile from town. jioorf soil. Possession March 1. SBJ.OO per acre. Clarion Insur. and Ileahy Co Phone 39, H. C. Hanscn. WANTED-- Girl or middle yccd lady for light hotiicwork ant] care ol school ctiild. Call nfter 4 p. in, «t 424 S. Polk. WANTED--Afternoon cook. No Sun. work. Musi be good. Parks* Calc, 12 S. Dcla. WANTED -- Woman or pirl work and care of children. W. State. Tor house Apply 305 WANTED--Women, age n to SO, for work airplane factory. Good ivages. Sec Fed-' crM Aircraft representative. Holcl Hanl ford. 10 .3. m.. to fi p v m.. mid 7 D. m. to t? p. m. \Vcdnttylay and Thursday. WANTED--Midflic aged liskpr. on farm. Sin per wjs. Write Kcls Smith Thornton, la. IF YOU NEED TO BORROW $300 OR LESS We are glad to explain our many loan plans anytime. I,oans 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 \VANTED_Nichl waitress. Phone 4M. THRIFTY PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED IN BANK LOANS AT BANK RATES $50 to $1000 on Monthly Payments CHECK THESE SAMPLE RATES ICotc Dis. Ins. Cash P.iyment 216 K.13 2.16 199.71 18.00 480 31.40 4.80 443.80 40.00 ' INVESTMENT DEPT. First National Bank "The Logical Place to Borrow" Services Offered 23 WANTED--Yr. round job on farm by dependable md. man. State particulars. Write D-20, Globe-Gazette. WANTED-Light hoiiiowork. S m a l l wages. Pii. IB1G-J. WANTED--Nursing. 444S. References. Phone MIRRORS rcsilvcrcd. Factory process Guaranteed. Mackct's. Phone 73i Swap Service 29 SWAP--Evinnidc outboard r. ir. !'. molot w i t h 1C £1. boat for sailboat or cash. Write JJ-18. Glone-Gazcltc. Business Locations 30 HAVE DRASTICALLY REDUCED RENTS on all storey. Choice Federal avenue locations. Phone 11S3. Farms for Rent FOR RENT--SO ncr c f a r m close lo Mason City. Cash rent. Write L-20 ilobe-GazeUe. Livestock for Sale 42 FOR SAt.E--3 Guernsey heifers.' -1 frcsJ: 11 U freshen soon. Also 1 black co\- lilking, I black coll coming l vcar old Fred L. Bittcrman. 6G[| Uth St. N- E Phone 5192J, Mason City. FOR. SALE--Spotted Poland China boar Phone 2521J. FOH SALE--Guernsey cow. No. 15 EC par ator. Hayes planter, sulkey nlow, disc pas enRine. liOR feeder, many other ar ticles ,-it Whites. Nora Springs. ·on SALE--35 Smith. fccdtnK pigs. Guy Dogs, Birds, Pets 43 FOR SALE--Cocker Terrier pups cheap I324!j North Adams. Misc. for Safe FOR SALE--DeLuxc console 1C tub radio, Ire.-uitiitil walnut cabincl. pus button tunlnc. modern stylinc. R c f i n i t 2 unit tt.OOO prain water softcnei. 3 volt. MO wait, portable liRht plant les batteries. These may be seen nt th Municipal Electric Plant. DaneroSt. loiva FOR SALE--Underwood rccondilionc typewriter. A-t shape. Phone B67. 40 W. State. RENT our Electric Sanders. Four type; by day or hour. Currie-Van Ness O FOR SALE--Special delivery 1.500 Ib best Franklin county. III., lump coa Low on soot. Bol, holds fire all nigh Has more heat and lasts longer than lo of many other coals. S7.15. ta* He. ton S7.29. l.VK) IDs. Smokeless Coal, none tic ter. $9.71. lax 19c. total S9.M. Phone 40 Louij Swthla. CLEARANCE SALE Rooms'for Rent- 32 FOIi RENT--Luc. sip. rm. Atilo. heal, soft water. Man prcf. Ph, 1087. 706 N. Fed. Apts. for Rent FOR HENT--2 rm. fum. apt. Lights water, pti. cut. Ph. 4638-W. FOR RENT--1 Ice. unfurn. rm and kilchcncilc. Prf. lavalory and ilool. Cloto in. Part rent for care oC furnace Ph. 2017-J. on all Winter Sporting hems Includes Ice Skates, Skis, Footballs, Basketballs, Etc FIRESTONE STORE Corner Second and S, Federal Musical Instruments E Jmvo a f e w Stewart-Wamer console and combination radios. Les Jlccd Mutt Company. 108 N. Del. Office Equipment- 50 ALES. Service and Supplies on ollice equipment of all kinds. Fisher Tyoc- ritcr Co.. 19'£ East Stale. Wearing Apparel 53 OR SALE--Black Northern Seal coat. size 38 or 40. Ph. S08ti-\V. OR -SALE-- Stum-suit, size 1C. good shape; rnuskrat fur coat, size 18. Ph. 230, Household Goods 54 OK SALE--Good coul. wood tieaicr. Ileiho Thorcii. 1' miles S. M.'ison City. OMPLETE Vacuum Cleaner rebuilding and repairing for all m a k e v a c u u m eaners. Save gas. Free Delivery serv- Hoover Factory Branch. Mcrkcl's. ARTS lor -Mayiag and other washers. Repairing and used washers. .Marsl ^ South Monroe. Phone 163, VASHElt REPAIRS, all makes. Quick, economical. Ccrro Gordo Haylac Co hone 2067. OR SALE-- Cook stoves, heating stoves, Sas stoves, kerosene cook stove, eating stoves and oil burners. B. and '. Exchange. 1310 N Foci OR SALE--Singer scu'itu! machine. elec., portable, good cond. Ph, 47JC-LW, OR SALE--Apt. size clce. wash milch w i t h legs, compete v,-Jth wrincr. Like cw. 3,13 5th N, W, 'OR SALE--Studio couch. nc\v kitchen cupbo.ird. I n d y ' s coat, size 38-W. Ph Wonted to Buy 56 VANTED TO BUY--Sewing machines ivashiriR machines, cither Ras or clcc ric- iurnitvirc. stoves, good shoes, clolhci nolorc. fishing tacktc. bikes, scooters, o vhat have you. 13. O. Exchange. 1310 WANTED TO BUY '37, '38 or 39 Chevrole Sedan or Coach FHED GILDNER 121 SIXTH ST. N, W. PHONE 897 WANTED TO BUY--Furni ture, dishes, tools. Ph. 1822 WANTED--To buy used f u r n i t u r e . Trad your old for new furniture. Jo« Goss 212 South Federal. WANTED' TO BUY--Second hand balh _ !ub. Lcc ZSehnc, Rl. 2, Mason City. Ph WANTED TO BUY-- Set chains. PJ». 2S2J3. of tractor tir Aufos for Sole 60 We Will Buy Your CAR ZENOR MOTOR CO 21 Second S. W. 643 S. Federa FO1T SALE--1330 Modc\ A. *ape. 5150. Pn. 4099-W. Very ROO KOFI SALE--1939 Kord Fordor Scdnn. R conditioned motor. ne\v brakes, poo tircs-S:.Ar..OO. Pritchard Motor Compan ZHason City. Iowa. YES . . . We Still Buy Clean LATE MODEL CARS Peterson Car Exchang ·519 NORTH FEDERAL PHONE 220 Another Tiling YOU CAN'T BUY A USED CAR YOU WANT JUST ANY TIME YOU ARE READY ood ones are gelling scarce. -We ave a nice assortment now bu ·on't always have. 941 Buick Sedanet, radio, ,'J heaters, puncture-proof lubes, tires only have 7,000 miles, car 17,000 actual. This is not an ordinary Buick. 941 Buicfc 4 Door Special. A low mileage car. Always has had good care and shows it. 940 Snick Super 4 Door. A verj clean car. Inspection will prove any statements we would maki about it. P39 Buick Sedan. Gunmclal color, ratlio iieatev, perfect rubber jVioior just hai! new rings, etc. in our own shop. A good one. 938 Buick Coupe. Just vsfinished in a nice green. Has nearly nev U. S. Royal Master tires. Kadio heater. A car you will like it yn like a coupe. 940 Chevrolet Special De Luxe Town Sedan. Radio, heater, W S- W. lires Runs just like it look, and that's nice. :940 Olds Hydromatic C u s t o n Cruiser Four Door Sedan. Radio heater, W. S. W. tires, 2 ton blue. An exceptionally clean cai .840 Olds 4 Door Sedan. Green Good rubber, new rings in ou shop. This is the popular Specii Six. 1941 Nash Ambassador Six. Tw floor. Conditional air heatin system. Radio. Car is spotles This is the valve bend motor, / clean job throughout. 1941 Mercury Black Fordor Sedan Seat covers, good rubber. Ru nice. It will pay you to see i 1940 Buick Four Door Tour. Sci 1940 Buick Sedan I93C Buick Victory Ccupc 1935 Buick Club Sedan 1935 Buick Business Coupe 1940 Chevrolet Special Del. 1940 Chevrolet Mst. Dlx. Tn. Sc 1938 Chevrolet Mst. Twn. Seda: 1938 Chevrolet Four Door Sedan 1937 Chevrolet Sport Sedan 1938 Chevrolet Sport Coupe Dl 1935 Chevrolet Mst. Del. Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Condi 1R34 Chevrolet Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Master Coach 1930 Chrysler Business Coupe 1940 De Sclo Four Door Sedan 1941 Dodge Coupe 1936 Dodge Sedan Touring 1939 Ford Standard Tudor 1938 Ford Tudor 1937 Ford Tudor Touring 1937 Ford Standard Tudor 1937 Ford Tudor 1937 Ford Tudor Touring 193C Ford V-8 Coupe 1937 Ford Standard Coupe 1936 Ford Tudor Touring 1933 Ford Tudor Touring 1929 Ford Standard Coupe 1941 Mercury Fordor Sedan 1940 Oldsmobilc 4 Dr. Sedan "90" 1941 Oldsmobile Coupe 1939 Oidsmobile 4 Dr. Scd. Trg. 1939 Oldsmobile 4 Dr. Sed. "60" 1938 Oldsmobile 2 Dr. Sed. Trg. 1937 Oldsmobile Club Coupe 193G Oldsmobile 4 Dr. Sed. Trg. 1935 Packard Business Coupe 1939 Plymouth 2 Dr. Sed. Trg 1939 Plymouth 4 Dr. Scd. Trg. 1938 Plymouth 4 Dr. Scd Del. 19.17 Plymouth 4 Dr. Sed. Dlx. 1937 Plymouth Coupe 1936 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Plymouth Sedan 1941 Ponliac 4 Door Sedan 1940 Pontiac 4 Door Sedan 1934 Sludebaker Custom Sedan 1939 Plymouth 2 Door Sedan BUY YOUR GRADE HI TIRES and RECAPPING on our BUDGET PLAN We will help you fill out your application. GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES 25 First St. S. E. Phone 3500 NOTICK OK SHERIFF'S 8.M.K STATE OP IOWA. Cerro Gordu Counl To Josephine M, I l a r t u n g and M;irion C. Jlariuiif, 1 , and tu u-lio;n ii may concern: You are hereby n o t i f i e d that by virtue of a specla) execution, to jne directed, and issued out of the o f f i c e of the Cterk of ihe District Court cf Ihc State of Iowa, w i t h i n and for Cerro. Gordo County, nrxiti a j u d g m e n t rendered in said court in favor of Pauline M. Simon and agnimt Josephine M. J f c i r l u n g and Marion C. llarlunii for llie sum of Seventeen h u n - dred eighty and jJ/100 Dollars, debt, ami Twenty-two and 05/100 Dollars, and Fifty-evcn ,iixl 8i/ torncy'.s fee, 1 have levied upoi follo'.vms described rc;il cst-fle It* wit; Lot Xo. T h r r r ::) in Lrt No. N i n e teen ( I V ) in block -\'», "D" in Oak I'ark A d d i t i o n t u M a ^ u n City. Iowa, a t c o r d i n ; to I h c recorded y l a t t h r r r u f . ami t l i n l on the l o t h day of F e b r u a r y , 1943. al ^ o'clock P. M., al thc f r o n t tloor ot the Court House in Mason City. Cerro Cordo County. Iowa, I \vill proceed lo sell the same Itt satisfaction of s.iid cxe- cution. together cruing. Dated at tlin Sheriffs office in Mason Ciiy t Lodge Notices UABDING LODGE NO. GI'J A. F. A. M. Third Decree Wednesday Jan, 20 7:M P. M. aiAYNAFlp L. WOLTEK. Worshipful Master Telephone 44GO-W C. C, BALPIUE. Secrelary Phone 1685 BENEVOLEKCE LODGS NO. US A f. i A. M. Work in the Third Degree, Monday. Jan. W 7:30 P. M. GEORGE C. SENN. W. al. Phone 3957 DON D. GILBERT. Secretary Phone2Q30 MASON CITY LODGE NO. ~l L O. O. F. McetSnc cverv Tucs. night FOSTER ELLIOTT Noble Grand Phone 1639 W A Y M A N CLOSSON Recording Secretary Phone 3467 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION* of MASOV CITY nnVELOP.MENT COMPANY To Whom It May Concern: You .ire hereby notified t t i a t Mason Ciiy Development Compnny. n corporation organized and existing u n d e r and by virtue of the law of the Slate of lown v i t h its principal place o£ business in Inc 111* ot Ma son Cit y, Iowa. was. by the unanimous vole of all the stock of the company issued iinri outstanding and by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors of the company, duly dissolved on December 31. A. D. 1M2. Dated at Mnson City. Iowa. Ihl^ 31st day of December. A. D.. 1!U2. MASON CITY DEVELOPMENT COMPANY By ALLAN F. BECK. Us President by MILDRED KUHLEMEIER, Its Secretary TIM n. P1IALEM Sheriff of Cerro Gordo C o u n t y Iowa By ELSIE RAMSEY. Deputy Sheriff KATE LEVINSON. Attorney SAFEWAY CHAIN IS INDICTED Grocery Stores Charged With Trust Violations KANSAS CITY. Kans., uf)-- The Safeway Stores, Inc.. and the Kroger Grocery of America were indicted Wednesday by a federal Brand jury on charges of violating the anti-trust laws The indictment a8niJMl the Safeway named four corporations, five subsidiaries and 13 individuals. The indictment against Kroger named lour companies and subsidiaries and five individuals. The Safeway Stores, Inc., operates 2,700 grocery stores, all of which are west of the Mississippi river with the exception of those in Washington and New York. Kroger has more than 3,000 retail food stores. The indictments followed an investigation directed by the justice department's anti-trust division. Tiic indictments were returned, the justice department said in Washington, as a result of an extended investigation of the food industry which led to the indictment Jast Nov. 25 of the New York Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company -- largest food store chain -- by ; federal fraud jury at Dai- Hitler Pay Heavily in Red War By GLENN BABB AVar News Interpreter The cost of Hitler's ·'·crusade against bolshevism" continues to fall most heavily on his Uaplcss allies. Disaster struck the Hu- inaaicms in thc th'sl stages ol t h c R u s s i a n winter o f f e n - sive. N ow it is the t u r n ot thc p 1 I t a l i a n s a n d H u n ga r i ans. T h c v a r i o u s "legions of all e g e d volvm- t e c r s \v h i i; ii other satellite BABB f/.S°DSja« M ^i st « tes ^nt- "H° "' c Russia., cam- levied upon i i i c ' P ^ K N all have been punished heavily. Any hopes t h a t the subject states may have held when they .sent their men to (lie eastern biililcfront rapidly are giving way not merely to disappointment but to terror lest they Jose not onlv the stakes placed in the gamble but all the reserves of military power and political independence they managed to withhold from Hitler's grasp. Evidence of this trend comes from many quarters. It is not meant to suggest that Hitler's allies cherished any illusions about the real nature or the crusade. They entered largely because they feared to reject the pressure ot the German fuehrer who seemed then to be all-conquering, b e L- a u s e they hoped to propitiate him at not too event a cost and to establish a claim to some share of the spoils when lie won. . with all legal costs ac- Iowa, this nth day of January. Sincere belief in a crcat cause might hold such a confederation together even ill defeat, but the motive in this case does not provide a cement capable of resisting the stresses las. It was charged in all three OF cases thai the Sherman net was violated in the production, processing, sale and distribution of food and food products. Allegations against Safeway and Kroger were similar, the department said, to those made against A. and P. The department reported that on (he basis of 10-41 operations, the three indictments involved 12,7B2 retail food stores doing more than one-fifth of the nation's retail grocery business. and southwest from which now threatens Resolution m Iowa House Pays Tribute to Sullivan Brothers DES MO1NES, (/Pj-- Tribute to the five Sullivan brothers of Waterloo for their "courage and sacrifice" in the service ot their coun- ti'y was paid Wednesday in a resolution introduced in the Iowa house. The Jive sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan arc reported missing in Solomons. a navy action in the ZENOR MOTOR CO. KOTICE OF DISSOLUTION CORPOR.VTION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby Riven that the Hlrihuliiig Company, an lo\v.i Corporation with its principal place of business in Mason City, lown. hy unanimous consent of its stockholders, has been dissolved as of December 31. 1342. Dated tilts [till tiny of January. 1943. NEHT DISTRIBUTING COMPANY By BEP.T CETZ. Its President N. LEVINSON. Us Attorney NOTICE OK niSSOLUTIO.V IIOI.KF. PRODUCTS COMPANY To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that Rolfe Products Company, a corporation organized and existing under and by virtue ot the law of thc State of Iowa with its principal place of business in t h e City of iMason City. Iowa. was. hy Ihc unanimous vote of all thc stock of the company issued and outstanding anil hy the unanimous vote of thc Board of Directors of the Company, duly dissolved on December 31. A. D.. 1042. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, this :Ust day of December. A, D.. 1942. nOLFE PRODUCTS COMPANY By CIIAS. E. STRICKLAND Its President By W. II. KEES. Its Secretary NOTICK OF INCORPORATION- OF MARSHALL SWIFT. INC. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby Riven r.iat thc uniier- signed have associated nicm.'.clvc.s 10- Kethcr under and by virtue of Chanter 284 of thc Code of Iowa and thc laws ,-uncntiatory thereto, as a corporation for pecuniary profit. and have adopted Articles of Incorporation which provide as follows: f. The name of this corporation L MarsliaM A; Swift Inc.. and its principal ptacc of business is at Mason City. Iowa. -- The general nature of the business of the corporation shall be to engage in am) c.trry on Ihc elcaninc. laundry, fur business, anrf any other business which .,, is related to or which may be properly i (h.-Lcdar Falls.) carried on in connection \vith any o£ thc [ _ businesses described herein: to buy. no i ft fl · T"' T-v- quire, own. manaRc. improve, morteace I IVIflVIP Pan I MQfn\7£»rc sell, and deal in real and personal prop-i d " ^^UVeiS crly of every kind and natvirc. incUitlinc thc stocks or bonds of this corporations, and also including . or patent right*;; to borrow money and \ to plcdcc or mortgage thc assets of thc ' · f ' ~" ' -corporation as security for t h e same: "IOV1C * a n got in line lo buy a and to do all things necessary to carry ticket. But when he got near the inbefor'c "mumMMcd." TM R\\y°£? mt"ht! ' ccl i n t o a procery store, one that Ire done hy a natural person. The articles! ""id btlttcr. He got a h a l f pound, further provide that t h e enumeration of specific powers or objects therein is descriptive and is not to be construed as Jimitinp thc powcra or objects of the corporation to those specifically enumerated. 3. Tlic capital stock of thc corporation is 5100.000. divided into 1000 shares of tbc par value of $100 each, and no stock shall be issued unless paid for in cash or in property as provided by law. 4. Thc corporation jhall commence on Ihc loth day ol December. 194Z, and continue for 20 years thereafter unless dissolved by a Piths' vote of the outstanding stock or as otherwise provided by law. 121 The resolution, after reciting the heroism of thc brothers, said: ''That in their sacrifice we recognize that they have contributed to thc lasting honor of all Iowa and the glory ot American arms, a sacrifice which shall go down in the history of «tir nation as one of heroic proportions and everlasting merit "That \ve hereby express our deep concern and the concern of. all fowa in thc fate and welfare of these live brothers and hereby extend our prayers and hopes that the coming days will bring word that they all still live The resolution was filed by Representative Arch McFarlane (R.-W a t c r 1 o o). Representative Dewcy S. Buttcrficld (R.-Watcr- loo) anci Senator John P. Bcr" of booty recedes and thc losses rise to terrifyinE proportions, as they are doing now. * * * The Rumanians were the first to suffer when the tide turned along the Volga and thus far they have been the heaviest losers. It is conservatively estimated that Rumania has sent more than 30 divisions, perhaps half a million men all told, to thc eastern Iront. They were badb' mauled at Odessa and in tlic Crimea, but the climax came on the approaches to Stalingrad. There, according to Russian announcements, no fewer than 16 Rumanian divisions either were routed, cut to bits or caught in that trap before Stalingrad where the ruthless annihilation of nearly a quarter million men is Hearing its end. To keep R u m a n i a in line after this biood-iettinj; Hitler found it necessary last week to summon Marshal Antonescu to his headquarters and convince him that Rumania was in this thing to the end. The red army's new drive south Voronezh, to cngult Kharkov, found the Hungarians and Italians barring the way and exacted from them a toll comparable to thc Rumanian disaster before Stalingrad. Of 52,000 prisoners taken in less than a week 27,500 were Hungarians and 22,000 Italians, according to Moscow's count. The R u s s i a n communique which announced this bae omitted Hie usual reference lo enemy ilcad. suggesting that perhaps the Hungarian-Italian resistance lacked something in tenacity, that perhaps a lot of Hungarians and Italians arc asking themselves what they arc ins for and not findinc convincing answers. Repeated reports conic from Hungary thai thc government's chief concern is finding n way to resist na?.i pressure for more cannon fodder and salvage what it can of the forces already sent to Russia. As for the Italians, th« fate of their divisions and army corps below Voronezh is a striking parallel to that of the si:c Itr.iian divisions abandoned in the Egyptian desert without food or waici" when Rommel decided to run for it. The truth about these events can not be hidden long from the already war-weary people o£ Italy. itlinc i I ' T 1 'other I . T r i p I PaHl fl"» tents i *HK *-.CdU5 IU FALL. RIVER, Mass.. Charge Krupa Sent Lad for Marihuana SAN FRANCISCO, (UP.)--Gene K r u p a, America's outstanding swing band drurniincr, was accused Wednesday ot contributing to juvenile delinquency by sending a 17 year old member of his troup to his hotel room for a supply of marihuana. Thc youth. John Pa- teakus. formerly of Medford, Mass., was held in the juvenile detention home ns n material witness. He joined Krupa's band in Hollywood as a property man and valet to thc band leader. 3 w MI c T j _ i . 5 ; Thc affairs rI the corporation arc i. W. 643 S. r c d e r a l i t o be carried on by a board ol directors -- . Tank Landing Ship to Be Launched Saturday PITTSBURGH. OT)--The first of a "large number" of navy tank- landing ships being built at thc new Ambridgc yard o£ the American bridge company will be launched in the Ohio river Saturday--nine months from the day work started on thc 64-acre shipyard. Mmot Hotel Destroyed in 27 Below Weather Ml NOT. N r . Dak., (U.R--Gucsls fled into thc 27 below zero weather Tuesday night when fire destroyed the four-story Waverly hotel in thc Minot business section. After fighting the flames for hours, firemen announced early Wednesday they had brought the f i r e under control and prevented its spreading to adjacent business establishments.

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