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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1945 Iowa Dealers Say No Coal Shortage Here Des Moines, (IP) -- Iowa coal dealers reported Wednesday they had not encountered a coal short- HAZEL and Her Old Time Band FRI. CHUCK HALL'S ORCH. SAT. and SUN. Late Bos Every Fri. - Sat. Members of Armed Forces, in uniform, are admitted free at the Surf and Terp except for "name" bands. age so far this winter despite reports from eastern states.that the coal problem there has reached a critical stage, M, G. Youngcuist, secretary of the' Coal Producers Association of Iowa, said. "At the present 'there is no necessity for curtailment of the use of coal in the heating of buildings or homes in Iowa," Youngquist declared. He added that all coal mines in Iowa have worked a full shift for the last 60 days but if the weather should become warm part of them would have to close down. Mamie Gerlach FrL--Vern Wellington Sat and Son. Rhythm Kings Wed/, Feb. 7~ CHJUPTER'NO. 'u . .. "RAIDERS OF GHOST CITY' Plus DISNEY CARTOON S T R A N D A L W A Y S t H E B E S T F O R L E S S NOW ^- Thru Sot. TWO THRILL onrj LAUGH HITS DauLYNN VERA VAGUE Also--Chapter H--"ZORRO'S BLACK WHIJ" and LATEST NEWS EVENTS ALWAYS TWO GOOD FIRST-RUN HOLLYWOOD HITS SHEEP MAINTAIN SEASON'S HIGH Low Hog Receipts Keep Market Steady Chicago, (/P)--Sheep maintained the season's high of $16.25, set Wednesday, for good and choice fed wooled western lambs, and buyers also paid the same price for a few good and choice natives. Carload lots 5 of fat lambs were taken from Thursday's market by sellers asking $16.50. Receipts of 4,500, including 500 direct to packers, were the lowest since Jan. 19. Cattle supplies of 5,500 were mostly steers. Weighty bullocks topped $16.75 with best yearlings 2nd at $16.25. tow receipts of hogs kept the 2 price ceiling market virtually intact. Â· (WFA) -- Salable hogs 8,000; total 13,000; active, fully steady; good and choice barrows and gilts 160 Ibs. and over at $14.75. ceiling; few good and choice 140 to 160 Ibs., $14.25 to $14.75; all good and choice sows $14; early clearance. Salable cattle 5,500; total 5,500; salable calves 800; total 800; fed steers and yearlings steady to weak, all other classes fully steady however, with cows and bulls active; largely steer run; eastern rail transportation difficulties bearish factors-in market; bulk steers $14.25 to $16;. top $16.75 ~on weighty bullocks; best yearlings $16.25; most heifers $13.50 to $14.75; cutter cows to $8.50 instances more; strictly good beef cows to $15; weighty sausage bulls to $13.25 and beef bulls to $14- vealers firm at $15.50 down. Salable sheep 4,000; total 4,500" early sales and bids fully steady with Wednesday's' strong to 15 higher close; part load good and choice fed wooled western lambs sold $16.25; few good and choice natives $16.10 to $16.25, latter price sparingly; load lots fed wooled western lambs held toward $16.50. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Midwest Livestock Trend Good Butchers-140050 Jos ,. 150-160 Ibs 160-170 Ibs 110-180 Ibs 180-200 Ibs 200-220 Ibs 220-2JO Ibs. ..'....". 240-270 Ibs. 270-300 Ibs. 300-330 Ibs 330.360 Ibs Good Packing Sows- 270-300 Ibs. '.. ... 300-330 Ibs 330-360 Ibs 360-400 Ibs 400-450 Ibs . . . Â·150-500 Ibs. ...'....'.' 500-550 Ibs. .. (THURSDAY'S PRICES) Alb Â«t Lea. Austin. Minn. Minn. .. $14.15 .. S14.W .. Sli.io .. S14.40 .. S14.40 .. 51440 .. $14.40 ,. . S1J55 I! I 355 Steady 511.90 ' $12.90 $13.-10 S13.50 $14.40 S14.40 ' SH.-W $1440 $14.40 $14.40 $14.40 $13.05 $13.65 $13.65 $13.65 S 13.65 513.S3 Waterloo Steady $13.50 $14.2.5 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 $14.45 - S14.45 $14.45 $13.7Â« S13.10 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.70 Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Thursday I NOW SHOWING -- ENDS FRIDAY TWO HITS TO ENTERTAIN YOU Steady. Good light lights Good light lights Good HRM lights Good light lights Good light lights ., Good light lights .. ."" Good med. wt. butchers Good med. wt. butchers 140-150 $12.50 UTILITIES TAKE OVER MARKET Few Senior Stocks Widest Climbers New York, (/P) -- Utilities took over the rising leadership in Thursdays stock market and, on blocks of 1,000 to 15,000 shares, a number recorded peaks for the past 5 years with gains of fractions to a point or so. A few senior issues were wider climbers. Rails, spurred by revived dividend hopes, packed the recovery after a slightly, mixed start. They soon ran out of steam but the majority retained modest advances near the close. Dealings for the full proceeding expanded to around 1,400,000 shares. In the "new high" class were Consolidated Edison, North American, Public Service of New Jersey, American Power and Light $5 preferred, Joy Manufacturing and Standard Gas and Electric $7 preferred. In front were Laclede CJas preferred, Westinghouse, Eastman Kodak, New York Central, Northern Pacific, Goodrich and Grumman Aircraft. Motors, steels, aircrafts, coppers, oils and mail orders were narrow. Railway bonds improved^ GRAIN FUTURES MARKET QUIET Offerings Light, Confined to Hard Spots Chicago. (JP)-- Grain markets were quiet Thursday and prices were steady to firm with wheat and rye. up as much as a cent a bushel during the final hour. Offerings were light and confined to the hard spots. ; Â·At the fin ish wheat was Ys lower to % higher than Wednesday's close, May $1.61%-1.61%. BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN QDTUH 5EEYUH AGAIN,QLPAL.'--LOTSA TIMES IWUNNEKT WHAT BECOME OFYUH SINCE PAT NIGHT SIX. YEARS AGO V/HEN VV RASSI.ED IN ARCH FALLS/ I'LL NEVER, FORGET YOU COMiN'IN TURING WITH YOUR. JAW PAQKEDV/ITH BUBBLE GUM/-I THOUGHT YOU WAS CHEWIN'AN INNER-TUBE/ f ,-_ IM GETTIM' OUTA RANGE OF THE/A PLAYFUL TORNADOES' $13.70 $13.70 S13.70 $13.70 $13.70 $13.60 g/UST A HEAKTY REUNION f-ynerql Director 3 MAJOR Funeral Home. 209 Second N. a Ei/icieot Service plus .Reverence Ambulance. Phone 511. ' MEYER Funeral home. A beautiful service need nol be costly/ Ambulance iervtce. Phone 1505. PATTEasON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 322 North Washington. Call 1140. Â· MjAULElf Si Son Funeral , Home. A dislinctive. dlgnUled. complete funeral service Ambulance. a South Adaraj, Phone 651. ., Personal* 5 CALL your Spencer Corseliere for your TM?"S Â»JÂ°2. Â« arrnent - Â· Lena Thorndyke, 108 N. Madison.. Ph. Slu-W. ' ':: Â· Lost, Fourgd , 33S2.W. Reward. Spaniel, llale. Ph. Money to Loan , Corn was off y 4 to y,, May $1.11%. Oats were % higher to 7 / 8 lower. May 66%. Rye was off Ve to May $1.13^-1.13. Bar- , . . . ley was unchanged to y s lower May $1.10%. - Â· i Â« Â» Good med. wt, butchers .. 150-160 . 160-170 . I70-IBO SUM 180-200 S14.40 . 200-210 J1440 '220-2Â« SI4.40 240-270 S14.40 270-300 good as: wÂ£ huich'S,:: SKSgtS is? Â£5 TM-*Â° Â«"Â· Good sows Good sows Good sows Good sows . 3CO-330 $13.65 ... 330-360 S13.63 .. 360-400 Â»13.63 400-450 SI3.63 Â· 450-500 J13.6S CATTXE r~^ ^ MASON CTTY--For Thursd: Good steers and Beuen .... J13.00-14JO .. ttO.DO-H.OQ .. * 7.00- 9.00 .. * 9.00-10.00 .. * 8.00- 9.TO .. * 7.00- 7.50 .. $10.00-31.00 .. J 8.00- 9.00 Â» 7.00- S.CO * 8.50- 7.00 Produce MASON CITY-- For Thursday (Cash quotations By E. G. Morse) Eggs, current receipts .. ..... 32c Springs, heavy breeds . ..... 23c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 2Ie Heavy hens ............... ; jOc Hens, under 4 Ibs. .... 17 C "' CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Thursday's. Prices) Chicago, WV-Wheat: No. 2 red S1.75?l ceiling. Corn: No. 4 . yellow S1.10V.; No. 5 yel- ; sample grade yellow f iel Â£ seeud per hundredweight, nominal: Timothy $6Â®G:25: red top 515Â«Hi: TM clover S31.50; sweet clover $10.65; Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday No. 2 white oats, 32 Ibs 70c No. 2 shelled corn, old $1-02 No. 2 shelled corn, new .96c CEVPTOQCOTE--A cryptogram quotation F L O H D V Z I B H G U S N U S O L S O K U Z O R L V L K T N T L S N T L D U K K X J Z O H S L -E T J F V D A T O R . Yesterday's Cryiitoquote: FROM ANOTHER'S EVIL QUALITIES A WISE MAN CORRECTS HIS OWNr-SYRUS. CASHLOANS MADE PROMPTLV A private office for loan applicants to transact business In. and courteous, experienced loan manager to talk to " No embarrassing investigation through, mends, relatives or employer. BORROW FROM S30 TO $300 United Financial Service "Family Finance Counsellors" I5K North Federal Over Ford Hopkins Telephone .57 ^ Mason City, Iowa THURSDAY OBAIN CLOSE Chicago, WHEAT-- High . l4c Med- steers and heifers' Com., steers and heiiers Good.to choice cowt ... Med.. cows Com. cows' Butcher hulls ... ' """ Bologna bulls, heavy"""."" Bologna, bulb, medium Cutters, heavy gutters.-light..:..::::::::::: JS.M, -aimers, heavy s 5 DO ROA farmers, light ...."! I Â«_'5JI 500 !*ancy, select calves .* 512 00-13*00 gives. Bd. to cholc. 130-180 *UOO-lloO Ca ves, fair to good. 130-190 I MO-io 00 Calves. common to fair s 750- 850 I Calves, cull ...... Â·" ' " SREEP MASON CITY--p : sp. lambs, go. to ct ' Thursda; Fed ewes, good'to'choVcV"."."." 5 S.00-~600 iTM.;TM"..:::::::::::::: j ^ Â«j Hides and Wool Chicago, are Emergency in North Dakota Until Women Recruited Bismarck, N, Dak., (U.R)-- Gov Fred Aandahl Wednesday issued a proclamation that "a state of emergency exists" in North Dakota until quotas are reached in a drive to enlist women for the new women's army corps medical From IS Ibs. up Prom 15 Its. down ETorsehidea Aandahl's proclamation was in request from Gen Two platoons of the 8,000 women requested for service in the army s 60 general hospitals will . They will be stationed in Bush- THUBSDAY None But the Lonely Heart" and "The Navy Way" iTorring /ACK HALEY HARSIEr HILLfARD Added Paramount News Cartoon Comedy Pledge io Bataan Added: Disney Cartoon A1J No. 2 poultry, 3c Jess Merchant Quotations Eggs, at retail ____ : . ........ 450 Butter, Iowa State Brand . . . .49c Butter, Com Country ..... 48c Butter, Brookfield ......... .4Sc ESTIMATED UVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Tharsdar's Market) Chicaio. Â«v-tW. F. A.)-- Officially estimated salahle livestock receipts for Friday: Hogs 8.000; catUe 2.000; sheep CHICAGO POUlTKr (Thursday's .Market) ve poultry firm. He- July l.543i SepI 1.53V, Dec 1 54ft May July , Sept. Dec. Low Sl.filli 1.53 5i OATS-May .. July .: Sept. . Dec. .. RYE-May .. July .. Sept. . Dec. l.lly. 1.0914 1.07Â»i . 1.1-Hi 1.11V4 . l.C8*i Close 1.5414 1.1H4 1.09 i.o-y, 1.13M-U 1.07',', 1.07 ft May ....... July ...... . 1.05% . 1.0734- i.ioy, 1.05!', ceipts 5 trucks, no can. F. O. B. prices- Fowl 25ff27c; Leghorn fowl zes'Tc-' roasters 29g30V4c; Iryers 29Â«,aMV4c : CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thursday's Prices) Chicaio. UP)--Butter,% firm Â·--Â·- Market unchanged. ---Â·-'- 8.872. Firm. ~ to current receipts checks 33.]c. Receipts Lie; U. S. standard JJ.'G to 35 Ic: '--- 34.1c; dirties 33'.lc; n George C. Marshall, army chief of staff, for all-out co-operation CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursday's Market) .CWose. Â«V-(W. F. A.)-PotaH,es: Arrivals 47. on track 86. total U 1 S shipments 660. Old stock: Offerings very light, demand exceeds available track offerings: market firm at ceiling. New stock: Supplies x-cry light, demand ex- fTM5f ^PP" 05 - market firm.-Maine Ka- tahdlns. commercial. 93.64. North Dakota Bliss Triumphs. U. s. No. 1. S3 14 Comt rnercial S3.02. Wisconsin Chippewas U S No. i. S3.03. Florida 50 Ibs. sacks Bliss Triumphs. U. S. No. I. $2.70. . NEW YORK PRODUCE (Thursday Market) New Tork. OTV-Butter. 611,651; prices unchanged at ceiling. pj" 5 ?^, 2 ; 377 / Mn "" a1 ' "O quotations. Eggs 24.Â«2: f,rm. C u r r e n t general wholesale prices follow: SCxed colors: Extras. No. 1 to No 4 Â·Â» IDS. and over 3G.8S37.8; current receipts 36.8; dirties. 43 Ins. 35.8? checks Jo.o. 1881- IN EMMETSBURG An artist's sketch of Emmetsburg back- in '81, was found in the attic of the home of William Dentist Faces Fi ire Dick-Peddie, Sr. Some of the landmarks on the sketch are' unchanged to the present time. They are the courthouse, 2 of 3 railroad lines, the Tobin building and others. The year 1881 was quite an eventful 1 for Emmetsburg. That year 2 railroads raced to complete their parallel and competing lines as far as Estherville. Following completion oÂ£ the 2 lines a daily race between the 2 trains, to reach a crossing ensued .- AfoAH NUMSKULL - . IF A SAILOR IS A 30B, I-S A ' W/^VE A 30Sl_ET?- ^SANBYASo" SAN OOZGO ou.. to Yank Doughboy's Tooth in Foxhole With the 43rrl Infantry Division, Rosario, Luzon, (U.R)--A Yank infantryman, in a foxhole on hotly contested hill No. 600 near here had a tooth pulled by Capt, Jo'hn S. Egenberger, Omaha, Nebr., a regimental dentist who crawled half a mile through artillery and sniper fire to reach the doughboy with the. aching molar. After riovacaine was administered and the tooth was yanked, .the dentist offered to evacuate the soldier, but the latter cuddled in his hole and said, "I'd rather stay here than go back through what you just came through" So the dentist went back alone, Mid-Continent Airline Earnings Show Gains Mid-Continent Airlines, Inc announced Thursday that unaudited -reports indicate operating revenues for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1944, were $1,9B1 048.20 as compared with operating revenues of $1,160,827.84 for the calendar.year of 1943, or an increase of T0%. The company's reports indicate a net profit before taxes for the calendar year of 1944 of $253 Real Estate Transfer Adams, Earl and Wife, To Jame Alexandras et al jt. ten. $1 (WD Lot 1 in Emsley's Sub of L3 h Emsley Adams Sub of NEV SWVÂ« 9-96-20. 12-29-44. Strode,- Minne E., To C O Schultz Â§4,000 (WD) Lots 1 2 3 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Blk 3 all of Blk Christensen Eliason's Add t Clear Lake. 12-22-44. . Hilljegerdes, Helen*Ai and Hus band; Â· To Edward R. Boyle S (WD) Lot 6 NW 12 feet of Lo 5 Blk 16 Clear Lake. 1-25-45 Moffett, F. E. and Wile T Percy Parker et al jt ten S (WD) Lot 9 Blk 17 R. SI Young' Sub of L 3, 6, 9, 10 all that par of. Lots 1 2 lying W. S. of center oÂ£ Lime Creek in Sub of NWV 11-B6-20. 1-2S-45. Sherman, C. B. et al, To Howard'-A. O'Leary 51 (WD) E 65 feet of L 13 Blk "D" Oak Park Add to MC. 6-7-32. E v a n s , Melvin and wife to Glenn A. Eddy $1 (W. D ) Lot 5 Blk. 27, Swaledale, 1-30-45. Haaheim, M. 1.. and wife, to Nabel A. Meade and wife jt ten SI, (W. D.) Lot 3, Blk. 5, Wildwood Add. to Mason City, 12-1-44 McEnaney, Morgan J., Exec., to Jake Douglas and wife $500 (4dm D.) 66 feet E. of N. W. corner of Lot Z, Blk. 57 in Browne's Add to Mason C i t y , S. 40 feet W 26 feet, N. 40 feet, E. 26 feet to beginning, Mason City, 10-19-44 - Raymond, L: L.^ Treasurer, to C E. Oesehger $44.93' (T. S, D.) Lot 14, Blk. 4, Young's Sub. of L. 3, 6, 9, and 10 and portions of L 1 and ,2 in Auditor's plat of N. W. '/, 11-96-20, 12-13-44. LEGAL NOTICE as compared with the net profit before taxes of $239,644.52 for the year of 1943. The net profit after taxes for the. year of 1944 was ?138,548, as compared with $170,644.52 for 1943. J. W. Miller, president, stated ' _ , that the increase in operating revenue was attributable to the operation of additional schedules during the year, made possible by aircraft returned to the company by the government. Urge Appropriations to Help Nation's Colleges Through War Troubles Washington, (/P)--Congress was urged Wednesday to appropriate $25,000,000 to help the nation's war-harassed colleges and universities maintain their teaching facilities. A report by a special group of educators filed with the house education committee said: "We cannot ignore the fact that returning veterans . . . will expect to find schools available from which they can secure the education which the government has promised them." The report, covering a survey authorized. by congress, recommended legislation to speed up the return to schools of students and teachers now in the services or in war work. NOTICE OF PROBATE OK WILL STATE OF !OWA. Cerro Gordo County. ss. No. 6245. In District Court, January Term, 1945. To all whom It may concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Levina- S. Simes. Deceased, dated October 20th 1043. having bcÂ«n this day filed, opened and read.. Tuesday the 13th day of February. 1945, 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 o'clock P. SI., of the day above mentioned all persons interested - a r e hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, xvhy said instrument should" not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament cf said deceased. I5ih. 1345. ' ' J Â° Â° V Â° Ja S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By MARGARET RILEY. Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gcrdo County ss. No. 6231. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned have been duly appointed and qualified as Executors of the estate of H. M. Hanson. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to raid estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those havinn claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for aliotvance. and file in the of. ficc of the Clerk of the District Court. CON LA GAESE and C. A. GIBBS. __ Â· Executors GEO, S. MARTY, Attorney Dated January 22nd ; 1945 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By MARGARET HILZY, Deouty NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF, ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County ss. No. 6252. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Floyd E. Wherry. Deceased. late of Cerro-Gordo County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court SYBIL WHERRY. Administratrix" WESTFALt. LAIRD. Attorneys Dated January 23rd 19-15 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By MARGARET RILEY. Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX AND EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County 55. No. 6Z34. Notice is hereby Riven, that the under- sicncd has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix and Executor of the estate of Mary H. Willcy. Deceased ate of Cerro Gordo Counly. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the G.I. Farm Loans Are Explained An explanation of the Farm and Farm Equipment Loans Division of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, better known as the G. I. Bill of 'Rights, is given by Commander W. V. Clausen ot the Veterans. of Foreign Wars post in Mason City. Says the local V. F. W. "leader "Any person who shall have served ;n the active military or naval service of the United States at any time on or after Sept. 16, 1940 and prior to the termination of the present war, and who shall have been discharged or released there- from under conditions other than dishonorable after active service of 90 days or more, or by reason of an injury or disability incurred in service in line of duty, shall be eligible within two years after discharge, or two years after the war's official end, whichever is the later date, to apply to the Veterans Administration for the guaranty of a loan or loans for the purpose of purchasing land, buildings, livestock, equipment, machinery or implements, or the repair, alteration or improvement of buildings or equipment to be used in farming- operations conducted by the applicant. " Â· - Â· Â· "The_ law does not permit the Veterans Administration to make the loan--it does not lend the money. The veteran must find his own lender through regular bus- ness channels. The Veterans. Administration is authorized to guarantee 50 per cent of a principal loan, such guaranty not to exceed $2 000 in an individual case. Interest on a principal loan may not exceed 4 per cent, the Veterans Adminis- ration paying such interest on its guaranteed amount for the first year. Before guaranteeing such oan, the Veterans Administration vill determine whether same is practicable. FAKM LOANS TAILORED- to fit your needs.' :' , No Commissions 4% 15 to 25 Years ' MASON CITY LOAN INVESTMENT CO A FRIENDLY CASH LOAN SERVICE FROM A FRIENDLY LOAN CO S25 -- $100 -- $200. -- and up Federal Discount Corp. 10% N. Federal Ave. W. L. CAMERON, Mgr. SMALL COST en short time Joans. $440 Is the total cost on a S50 loan In live -monthly payments 20 years ol Friendly Service. SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 First "ational Bide. P.M. SIMON, Mgr. PKone 412 7Â« Farm Loans. (No IJmil) Pay as you like. Romey Realty Co. Ph. SWl ' NEED CASH?" PHONE WRITE -- COME- IN Personal Loan Department First National Bank "The Logical Place To Borrow" Insurance 10 HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE Complete Hospitalization and Surgical Expenses Insurance. HEALTH -- ACCIDENT Phone 2128 or write Â· CARL A. ERBE . / . Â· "FREEDOM OF OPPORTUNITY" --This Week's Story-- - ; Â· JIMMY DUKANTE--Lovable, irrepressible comedian with America--.and heart as his as nil life story that radiates fap Officer Heels Marine Through Lines Somewhere in the Pacific, (U.R)-- S/Sgt John F. Reilly, New Hamp- on, told Thursday how a Japanese officer, who regardless of ne emperor's wishes that he pre- er death to surrender, chased a marine 80 yards through the flare- it Guam night shouting "Please ^ " Me In. The incident occurred during ne Lruam campaign. The marine vas running toward his own lines o muster reinforcements for a Banzai" attack by 50 crazed aps. Tne marine was shouting, Dont shoot, I'm a marine." The ap officer later found to be lead- r oÂ£ the attack followed at his eels, o f f l t : _? t 1hc the Disrtlct Court _ . u r VERA WILLEY WENDEL Executrix Â£. I i- Cl , R S! n EY J - CLASS. Executor ' " REMLEY J. CLASS. Attorney Dated January 3Cth. 1345 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court _ By MARGARET RILEY. Deputy J. R. DORSET AUCTIONEER Phone 259Z A j ,, w me eilne r, I'm his uddy," the Nip cried. Veutrals Delay Business rips to German Capital Madrid, (If)--Some nationals of eutral countries have delayed official and business trips to Berlin this week on the theory that significant developments are" imminent. "Wait until the weekend" is the keynote of many conversations. Stock market reports indicated an unwillingness to bank on continued warfare in Europe or on Germany's immediate future. On the Bilboa stock exchange iron issues dropped 20 points in Wednesday's session. spirit. drama and heart-warming interest WMT Sat.. 8:45 p. m., KSO Tues:, 6:30 p. m" KMA Friday. Z p. m. Sponsored by the MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH AND ACCIDZST ASSN. 416-20 First Not'l Bank Bldg. Phone 503 J. J. WOLSFELD. Dist. r,I 6 r. Optometrists 11 POOR eyesight lowers your child's efficiency. Sec Dr. Knutson, Opt:. Weir bldg. Beauty Shops 12 FOH SALE--Set or beauty equipmc'nT nearly new. Write Box 397. St. Bcne^ diet, or call No. 13 Cafes CAFE for. sale. Good 14 .--, town N. E. Iowa Priced right. Alton H. Sanders, Charles Lily, Iowa, Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE CERTIFIED LINCOLN AND EARLYANA SOY BEAN SEED in bags delivered to Mason City, tl Phone 68 It DWAJNE PAUL' . V LAUREL, IOWA - ' ' FOR SALE^-Control oats. and some mixed oats and barley. Market price Win. Floy, Jr.. Thornton. FOR SALE-Balcd straw. Henry Timm. Thornton. la. FOH SALE--Feed oats. Rex Westcoll, h, mi. N.. in W. Clear Lake. FOR SALE_Ba!cd alfalfa. 3rd cutting Lyle Moore. Portland. TM ,,: J ' n , a - ' G " S. W.. died at 0:30 a. m. Tuesday after a 6 month illness. Funeral sen-ices will ,, ? d Fr ! d t y 3t 2 P- "Â· at '- h * p *"Â«. son funeral home with the Rev. A N Rogncss ot Trinity Lutheran church'-oÂ£- ficiaJng and burial in Memorial ParK cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. , William H.. 65, 112 E. State, d!ed Tuesday at 3 p. m. at his home alter a Inhering illness, funeral services will be held Saturday at 9:30 a. m. t, i, Â°? !ph ' s Catho " c church with the i i. , Behan ofÂ£iciatin s and burial in St. Jofcph-s cemetery. The Rosary w L bcJMld at *h c Mwer funeral home Wednesday and Thursday at 8 p. m. The body will be taken to the residence Friday at .1 p. m.. where the Rosary will lie Niid by t h e Tabernacle society at ^ P. rn.. and another Rosary will be said at 8 p. m. The Meyer luncral home in charge. WANTED TO BUY-Good baled straw by ..the ton. Write T-3I. Globe-Gazette Help Wtd., Mole 20 - Wise REGULATIONS Advertisements for Male .Workers arc ",^1"^'" thcs: " HelB Wanted" column^ with the understanding that hiring procedures shall conform to War Manpower Commission regulations. BOYS II or older' to carry Glooc-Ga- zcttc routes. Apply at G lobe-Gazelle': Wanted-Truck Driver FOR LARGE MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR FEED CO. Headquarters in a nice Illinois town. Home Every Night. WE WILL MOVE MAN EMPLOYED. Position is Permanent, with Paid Vacations, Group Insurance, etc. ' Write J-30 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WAXTED--Married man to work on *n rm ; Good wages, house, electricity. Call S15-J2. Alex Wohier. WANTED--Mechanic, knowledge of Ford products helpful. Phone or write Samson Motor Co., Clarion, Iowa.