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Mason City, Iowa
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Dee. TT, 19*4 GlotM-Gaxttte, Mason City, fa. vUltne65e6 to I latlvitu By G. ERNEST LYNCH, B.D. (Here is one in a series of imaginative monologues by forerunners and witnesses to the birth of Jesus Christ which attempt to restate the freshness, mystery and awe of His Advent and Nativity.) Reservists can escape going to regular drills By FRED S. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON (AP) - There are 181,600 Army enlisted reservists who, if they wish, can escape regular drills throughout the year under the new plan to merge Reserve units into the National Guard, it was learned Thursday. These are men who have served from 4 to 10 months on active duty under a special program and have a remaining reserve training obligation of up to 6 years, minus Ihe time they spent on active duty. Such «n out will not b« avail*- iblc in the future to young men fwho sign up in this "reserve enlisted program" as an alternative to being drafted for two years of active service. Go/us, the Centurion For nearly 35 years I've served as a .soldier in the Koman empire. All that time J'vc been on duty here in this dusty, stinking place called Palestine. 1 enlisted back in the days of Caesar Augustus and just kept re-enlisting. I suppose I'll stay here now until they pension me. No man in the Kan-inon has been posted here as long as I and I've come to know these Jewish people as well as any outsider can,* ~ — -• —• They're proud, stubborn and rc- sentful. They don't appreciate the things our Roman occupti- tion has brought to them and they hold a strange belief in a god called Yahwch and aren't even courteous enough to offer a pinch of incense at the altar of Tiberius. Nothing start* them rioting faster than a religious vow and they're Uic most cxciliihlc fanatics in the world. We conquered their land, hut we'll never win their loyalty. Every year they pack Jcrusa Icm tor their religious {caUvnlg just as they're doing now. One of the real problems we have with them is that they keep believing some old prophecy Hint their soothsayers a n d onicles made hundreds of years ago. I don't understand all of It, but I gr>t the idea thai they believe their god, Ynluvch, will someday send them n great leader named Messiah, and he will restore their freedom and save their nation. They say he will be King of Kings and the •on of God. Even Hie mighty n great light. For unto us a child is born, the Prince of :) eace." I've often wondered whatever H-cainc of that little family. I liite to think of it, but there's a errible chance the baby was slaughtered when mad old Herod sUirlcd killing infants. Too bad. Phis world could use n Saviour. 1 hml I ho same thought on duty (his nftenioon. We cruci- icd three men, two thieves and a (|uiel, gentle follow who Caesars will kneel before him ant! all nations will call him "blessed." Though they've waited h u n- drcds of years for the prophecies to come true, they won't give up. Hut so far, thank Jupiter, our informers hnve always lipped us off when trouble's brewing and we've moved in fast to break it up. Big as these crowds arc today, they're not as had as those I remember back in the early days of my service out here. The first garrison I was assigned to was a little outpost a few miles south of here in a town called Bethlehem. Tim! was the year when Caesar Augustus decreed that all the world should be taxed. I was on guard duty one night patrolling the old gale, ami about midnight somelhing very queer happened: A strange light shone on the Iiiil where shepherds watch over their flocks. And then I heard beautiful music, as if a choir were sing Ing! A short time later some shepherds came to the gate wanting to offer gifts and homage to the newborn saviour, their Messiah. The captain of the guard detailed me to follow them and see what they were up to. Can you imagine where tlicy went? To the stable back of the inn. A peasant couple was staying there, and the girl had just had claimed lo be the Son of God. Who knows? Perhaps he was. Vicki can't see, but she is healthy By RAY JIMISON BOWLING GREEN, S.C. (AP) — Vicki Wray, the lot whose battle with an eye ailment lugged nl Ihe nation's learlstrings last Christmas has grown two inches and is 12 jxmml.s heavier. Vicki seems just like any oilier y.'j-year-nld although she is totally blind. She lost her second eye lo a rare disease, retina glastomn, last March !). The oiicrnliiin apparently saved her Irish win Goldfarb injunction NEW YORK (AP) — Notre Dame, accustomed lo scoring points on the athletic field, made them in Stale Supreme Court here Thursday. The university won a tempo rary injunction against the showing of a new motion piclure entitled "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home," and further publi- calion of Ihe novel on which Ihe film was based. Supreme Court Justice Henry Clay Greenbcrg upheld Ihc university's conlention that the movie and novel "knowingly and illegally" misappropriated for commercial exploitation the name, symbols and prestige of the institution and its football team. Grccnbcrg also termed Ihc movie script "ugly, vulgar and tawdry." He said neither Ihc film nor the novel by William Pcler Jilatty was in any way "depend cnt upon or logically related to Ihe subject of the University ol Notre Dame." The movie, produced by 20th Century-Fox al a reported cosl of $4 million was to have opened on Christmas Day. Us plol deals with a U2 pilot Wrong Way Goldfarb, who crashes his craft on a spying mission to Russia in a mythica Arabian kingdom. Goldfarb, a former All - America tootna 1 player, is prevailed upon by th king lo field a gridiron team t challenge Notre Dame in hope of avenging a supposed wron done the king's son by the un vcrsity. The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh president of Notre Dame, ha said that one scene depicts No tre Dame players under the in fluencc of harem girls and a "undisciplined gluttons a n i drunks." Oilier defendants named ii the suit arc Doubledny and Co Inc., and Fawcett Publications Inc. They arc the publishers o I he hardcover and papcrbac editions of tlic book. Fnwcctl has said that as of Nov. I, some 200,000 copies of the book had lifo, been distributed. The practice has been for liem to enlist in either a He- erve or Guard unit, take their 4 o 10 months of basic training, hen return to civilian life where icy have been obligated to drill weekly and to go to summer raining camp for two weeks ach year. Th* n«w program announced y Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara last weekend ives such enlisted reservists a way of avoiding weekly drills, 'though some of them wouid be able for the yearly two weeks' ummcr training. This is because defense offi- ials have decreed that the Na- onal Guard, being expanded to strength of 550,TWO with the ddition of about 150,000 reserv- sts, shall be an all-volunteer orce. They have said that if a man ocs not want to accept service a Guard unit, he could be ransferred to a reserve man- ower pool. This pool now totals more ban 453,000 officers and men who still have reserve obliga- ions but do not drill and are not ssigncd to units. In effect, they re names on a list, subject to mobilizalion in an emergency. Asked for a formal explana on of Ihe way men in thii \rrny Reserve enlisted group will be affected, the Defense )epartment said: 'Under Ihe new program they will be offered an opporlunity, vherevcr possible to join a Na- ional Guard unit. "If this is not possible, or if hey do not choose lo join a jiiard unit, they will be as- igned lo the ready reserve mo lilization reinforcement pool. "Men in the pool will continue o have an obligation for annual military training or mobilization until their respective six-year ibligation has been completed." GIs shot, piled up in battle KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - t was Dec. 17, 11)44, and outside he little town of Malmedy in Belgium, Cpl. John A. O'Connell stood in a snowy field with some L50 members of Battery B, 285th Field Artillery. They had been overrun by Hitler's panzer divisions and captured as the Germans made their last big push to stay the allied invasion in the Battle of the Bulge. "We figured Hie rest of the world war would be a concentration camp for us," said 0'- Conncll, now a middle-aged manager for a baking company "I remember talking about it with my buddy Dave O'Grady." Suddenly a German command car moved along the road beside them with the tanks from the 1st Panzer SS Regiment. "A man in the command car stood up and took careful aim and fired into us," O'Connell said. "That was the signal, ] guess, for the machincguns in the tanks lo fire. I took one in the shoulder and went down \ fe.V' vfe 'It's a miracle," said Vicki's mother, Korris Wray, 33. "I thought for a while 1 was going to lose my little girl." If no trace of tin: disease appears by the time Vicki is 0, doctors say she will he pronounced cured. Hotli of Yield's eyes were removed lo keop tiie malignancy from spreading. A year ngo — just a week he- fore Christmas — Vicki's story was told to the nation. Site WHS scheduled to lose her second eye and her father, Robert Wray, wanted to give her an early Christmas. With heavy hospital and medical hills, Wray, n $M)-a-week textile worker, wns prepared for a bleak Christmas for Vicki and her night brothers nnd sisters. When the nation read stories of Virki's plight, it responded with hundreds of gifts and thousands of dollars. Letters, cards and money poured into the tiny post office at Bowling Green. When (lie outpouring was over, about $18,000 had been sent to the Wray family. The money was put in a trust fund Notre Dame sought no monetary damages in its action, nsk- ing only to restrain exhibition of the film and further publication of the novel. Pending further action on the injunction, Justice Grccnberg Someone fell across my legs fell face down, my hand on Dave's back. He had been hit in Ihc chest. Then the German infantrymen began to fire into us. "I couldn't believe it. I kept asking myself 'Why? Why?' baby. The shepherds went over! for Vlckl - " Is llsod onl - v lo P n >' to the manger where the mother• |los l )ilal nlul had laid the child, and then they for '"'"'SMlies. knelt and worshiped him. and said the parties may ask immc-|Thcn r prayed. Dave was a diatc trial of Ihc issues if thcy| Cnll| olic like me and I tried to desire. » g<'t him lo pray but be just Comment on the justice's rul-!« :ls P (lti " ing Thursday was not immediately available from any of the defendants. Viet hunger strike ends SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AIM — Kive hundred Buddhist monks and nuns ended a 2-l-bour hunger strike Thursday, but Bud- dhisl leaders made plans lo keep up their campaign against Ihe government of Premier Tran Passing tanks added their fire "just like a bunch of kids with air rifles," Then the Germans came into the field ami clubbed, stabbed and shot the helpless captives on the ground. Another bullet passed through O'Connell' band. O'Grady died.I f.nte that nfternoon the light' began to fade and a German' 1 soldier walked up and shot O'Connell in the head. The bullet, went through the side of his face nnd lodged in bis mouth. He spat it out. As darkness came near a sources predicted nnd slrcet ago, Vicki now weighs .19 pounds. Her complexion is still palo, but no]y ci.~ ifiii ,T/» i,* M,,I.« u.v^. scene as clearly as I could that! *'": w ™ R0 l " Duko , ! !ospitnl wintrv nipht- Tho ,iim ii, r!°" Jiln ' 2 for another of her regular six-month checkups. Bandit admits to victim that he also is nervous SUm.AND, Md. (AP)—One of two bandits engaged in robbing a liquor store pointed his gun at Leon B. Zandwill, the clerk, and said: "Don't worry. I'm as nervous as you are." His fellow bnndit, meantime, went to the cash register and removed about $150. Then the two escaped. ii, wintry night: The dim lij;hl of the stable, the beautiful mother sweetly singing to lu-r infant son, the simple dignity of her husband and the awe-struck devotion of the shepherds. Somehow I knew that God had created that scene and the shepherds were right to adore the precious child. At I stood in the stable yard watching all tnic-, I knew, as surely as I've ever known anything, that I was seeing something perfect — beauty, humility, love and peace — all perfect. And in that tableau I •ensed what their prophet meant when he oaid: "The people thai walked in darkncrs have seen U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor scheduled a meeting with Huong to discuss the situa-l tion. The Buddhist drive to topple ( Huong's regime was credited| with causing the resignations: Wednesday of Education and Cultural Minister Than Tan Chuc nnd Tran Thuc Linh, a deputy chief of the information! Ministry. Came a fcw i swers. group of wounded jumped up and ran for a patch of trees, it safely through Other ministers are known to be wanting to get out of the government, but Huong lias asked that they remain until the situation has calmed. Fail to elect new president ROME (AP) — The Italian Parliament failed Thursday in a third ballot to elect a new president for Italy. On subsequent ballots only a simple majority is required for election, but no candidate has come close to getting even that. three miles away they came near a town and O'Connell volunteered to go in and see if it was occupied by Hermans or Americans. "I figured I should have died in that field. I was going to get it over with, one way or another. So 1 went in. "Americans were In the town. A colonel who listened wouldn't lielievo my story until my buddies came and told the same thing." That was the end of the war for O'Connell. Not until Jan. 13, 1945, when Americans recaptured the town did they find the evidence of one of the most Infamous slaughters of unarmed prisoners. E:Rhly-!iix bodies of American soldiers were found riddled with bullets in that snowy field three miles from Malntcdy. Transport Timetable AIR Mason City Municipal Airport Eactbound—fi:30 a.m., (F27>. 2:05 p.m. (F27) 8:24 p.m. Westbi/und—9:29 a.m., 4:31 p.m. . Northbound—1:09 p.m. RAIL Passenger Station 600 2nd NW To Minneapolis — 4:06 a.m., 3:31 p.m. To Des Molnei — 2:06 p.m., 12:15 a.m. To Austin and Minneapolis — 1:40 a.m. To Omaha — 12:35 a.m. BUS Jefferson Bus Depot 16 1st SW Ezstbound — 7:15 a.m., 11:50 a.m., 6 p.m. Scenic Line (To Decorah) — 5:45 p.m. dally except Frl.. Sun. and holidays, 6:45 p.m. Westbound — 6 p.m. Northbound—7:25 a.m., 10:J5 a.m., 4:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m. Southbound—7:30 a.m., 12:50 p.m., 2:50 p.m., 9:30 p.m. — NOTICE — The liability of the Globe- "azette for typographical errors, wrong insertions or omission of advertising shall be limited to ONE CORRECTED INSERTION OF THAT PORTION OF ANY "3UCH AD INCORRECTLY NSERTED. Please read four ad, if there is an error which definitely changes the meaning of your ad, please call us right away. It's Easy to Place a Want Ad!' If you have something you want to sell, trade or rent, if you want a good job or good help and would like to place a Want Ad just Call 4234270 and ask for the Want Ad department We will be glad to give you suggestions that will help you get results. Classified Advertising Rates For Mason City and Surrounding Trade Territory wily. Other rates and contract rates on request. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CASH PRICE 1 inch $1.60 1st 2 days per day. 11.55 3rd, 4th and 5th days. $1.50 6th day. Cards of Thanks In Memorioms $2.50 each This U « point type. The cash raUa for this site typo an: Count 3C-27 l£tt«r* and spice to iln«. 1 day 3 days 6 days lines $ .60 $1.68 $3.32 2 3 line* 4 lines 5 lines 6 lines 7 lines 8 lines 9 lines .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 2.64' 3.52 4.40 5.28 6.1S 7.04 7.92 5.10 6.80 8.50 10.20 11.90 13.60 15.30 This is 12 point type. The cash rates for this size type are: Count 17-11 letter* k sp«ce» to line. 34c line 1st 2 days. 32c line 3rd, 4th & 5th day*. 30c line 6th day. lOc service charge on all ads not paid for a time of insertion. 25c charge for blind box numbers Index lo Clossified *Notke* k Card of Thanks 2 heartfelt thanks to the neighbors, friends, relatives, doctors, nurses and ministers for the Itind- lesses and help shown me during he sickness and toss of my hua- >and. It has all meant «o much to rne. They will never be forgotten. Wife. Mrs. Eilsena M. Bohnsaclc. jA^Monuments, Etc. 83 BEAUTIFUL VIGIL MEMORIALS "For all the years where dear ones sleep, these faithful stones their Vigil keep." For all graves. Now for all occasions. VIGIL MEMORIALS 213 6th N.W., Phone 424-2096 Manon City, Iowa MASON CITY MONUMENT Works. Home owned and reliable since 1889. See our large display of fin- 'shed monuments in all granites, ncluding Montello. Mark every grave. We deliver anywhere. ISO 10th St. S.W. Ph. 424-4314. Seeds, Feeds 17 FOH SALE—1,000 bales~straw'. Glenn Erickson, Clear Lake. Business Oppor. 18 VENDiNG~ROOTES~ AVAILABLE . . . BE YOUR OWN BOSS — Full or part time. New products, proven earnings, small Investment. Write: AOSCO, Inc., 2204 A. St. Cedar Hapids, Iowa. — OR — MEL SIEGEL, 303 Derbyshire, Waterloo, Iowa. v * Male Help Wtd. 20 -"---— "v**~**~f^~r+^-~—-r*^^~^i-^^~*r**-+*-+ f ~^r^^ WANTED—Experienced carpet layer. MIer Wolf & Sons, Alberl Lea, Minnesota. AUTOMOTIVE route salesman, es tabllshed route in North Iowa Write Box F-16, Globe-Gazette. * Female Help Wtd 21 SALESLADIES for sportswear anc dress dept. Apply Style Shoppe WOMAN to live In and care for elderly woman. Ph. 423-4594 ti noon or nfter 9 p.m. WAITRESS WANTED MINIMUM INCOME $55 per week. TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT 423-8261 *Apts. for Rent 33 UNFUHN. 3 rms., pri. bath awl cut. Also iurn. MUM trailer. loquln 703 S. Peon. i NICE I rra. UBfurn. ape Clo*« to Hanlord HoteL R«u. rent. Ph. «3-4745. I a.m. to 5 p.m. RUSS Gray usually hu apartment* for rent. Phone 423-26C6. KM. apt. with garace, turn. Call 423-2654. partly CLEAN, mod. apt., 4 rmi., bath, heat and water free. MS month. Ph. 423-1523 or 423-5654. 2 ROOM fum. apt. Pri. bath. (10 N. DeL ROOM turn. apt. Clean, warm, clow in. 112 4th St. N.W. MCE 4 room, bath, unfurn. apt. Ph. 423-4381. FOR RENT—Furn. basement apt. UUls. furn. N. Penn. 4 RMS., bath, unfurn. Ground fir., *45 mo. Water furn. Ph. 423-8221. YOU can be In a New Mobile Home by Christmas. With all new furniture and colored appll ances. For a small amount down and your present rent payments. Contact Rayburn Mobile Hornet, Hwy. 65 couth. Mason City. KITCHENETTE, 1 room. Motel. Ph. 423-8221. Bell 3 RM. furnished apt. Priv. bath, entr. 309 West State. Ph. 4243747 or 423-3697. 1ST FLR. duplex, 4 rooms, bath, S.E. Ph. 423-6888. FURN. clean 3 Ige rmj., bath. 3 closets. 325 3rd N.E. 423-0104. Houses for Rent 34 STOP In at Allied check the Rental first! Realty and Blackboard, * Howt far Safe 35 CALL a RU-Vas Ua> for rear rvsltr Bc*d*. FL 7-2117. «• N. Sborw Drive, Clear Lake. NEAR NEW 3 b*drm. bora* by OWMT. Near Lake. dbl«. heated larasc, full ba*ement, tiled floor. CUar Lake. Ph. 7-3130. Executive Ranch Gracious living. Must sell! Immediate possession! See at 337 MEADOW LANE. Will trade. Phone 424-1016 *Ure«ock 42 PLACEMKNT •( •*"» Md «Ut» •a your farm. No I Write P.O. Boot 4M. Iowa. P.B. YORKSHIRE sad boan. Dr. W. K. Prwto*. IVfc ml So. Clear Lake. Hwy. 1*7. PUREBRED Doroe boon. Ol*oo, 5 ml. N.. > B. of ATM GIVE your family peace and a by Ph. 424- lovety view for Christmas, bedroom, fireplace, borne owner. River Hits. Dr. ou 3SOS or 424-2547. NEW LISTING — HOLY FAMILY Large older 2-story, 3 bedroom home in excellent condition. ' Rusco windows, fireplace, carpeting, finished basement, large kitchen, separate 12x13 dining room, the perfect family home. Will trade. 801 NO. ADAMS — $16,900 BEDRM. mod. fum. house. Shady Beach, Clear Lake. FOR RENT—L a r g e 3 bedroom home, 2 bathrooms. Ph. 423-2457 before 5 or 424-4910 after 5. MOD. I bedrm. house, nice basement. 432 26th S.W. 423-4381. FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedrm. home, att. garage, carpet. N.E. Ph. 424-1418. 2 MODERN small houses for rent. 423-9294. HOUSE, garage, newly redec., bus line. 914 6th St. S.W. NICE 2 bedroom, with basement and garage, $85 mo. Also 1 bedroom, $35 month. Randal] Realty. Ph. 424-1473. 2 BEDRM. modern house with garage. $60. Ph. 423-1696. FOR RENT — Nice 2 bedrm., garage, 1 child, $70 mo. Midland Heights. 423-0135. 2 BEDRM. modern, close 9th N. W. and Federal, vacant, move right in, $65 month. Ph. Lyon Realty, 423-0642. — NEWLY DEC. 3 bedrm. home, close In. 424-3211 before S. 2 BEDRM. home 1820 S. Call 423-1423 days. Taft. WANT—Woman, Indefinite period, lo stay overnight with middle- aged woman, in Mason City from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. Latlmer, Iowa. Cail 93325 at FOR RENT—3 bedroom ranch home, now vacant, at 83D 7th S.E., $95 month. Art Rodriguez & Co., Realtors. Ph. 423-3232. 1 Bdrm. House for Rent—$45 No children. 75 River Heights Phone 424-2241 *Jl5l5J^!5l^!l!SuzL CAN you sell? Or do you think you can? Write and tell us why you think you can. Top replies I will be considered for positions leading to top wages and possible management. Write Box F-l, Globe-Gazette. FOR REN1 Well located, 24th St. S.W. One bedroom modern house. Now vacant. Only $45. Also 3 bedroom, vacant. $55. Close in ... Phone — RUD'S Real Estate 1 3rd N.E. — 423-5974 ATTRACTIVE Position. Man or woman, 25-60. Good personality and appearance. Full or part-time. Guaranteed income and opportunity for advancement. For local Interview write to LaMonte Roach, 7830 State Line, Prairie Village, Kansas. Nollccs Prescriptions Card of Thanks .. In ML'moriam Cemeteries Monuments, Etc Announcements Personal* Lost. Foumt Auctlun Salt;* Mnney to Loan Real K.state Loans Investments ..... Insurance .... Entertainment Dealers. Distributor* Seeds. Fe<nU Rujtlncjrs Opportunities Male Help Wanted F.mploymcnl Service . Frm.xle Help Wanted Situation Wanted Help Male. Female Employment Inrnrm.itlon Salesladies Salesmen , ........ . Agents ... Services Offered Instruction ., Teat-hern Hiiglnes.i locations. Sale or Trarte Sale or Hent Rooms for Rent Room and Board .. AptN. for Rent Multiple Listings Mouje.f tor Rent House Trailer* Builders. Homes House* tnr Sale Lake Shore Cottages Lake .Shore Homes, l.oti l.i>t.i for Sale A-l 1 A -2 A -3 n-3 4 5 A K 9 10 11 A-12 15 . 17 20 A-20 21 . 22 23 B-23 24 . 25 '. 26 27 2* A-28 . 30 31 A -31 32 A-32 33 B 33 34 A-3< B-M . 35 A 35 Farm* for Sale ........... Farms for Kent .,...- ..... Machinery ............... Livestock ............... Pasture ......... Pogji. ntrtls. Pels ...... '. . Ml'cellanecus for Sale Sportlnjf Goods Equipment rhotojjraphy ...... , ...... Foods ................. Gardens ....... llulMInK Materials. Etc. . Nursery Stocks ......... Mti»lcal Instruments ...... Radio. TV'. ........ Office for Hcnl ____ ....... Office Kquioment ....... Business Equipment ...... Heal F.itjile ............ r.arasei ........... WearlnE Apparel ......... HiMisehold Goods .......... Antlmiea ..... ..... Poultry. Eirxs, Supplies .... Wanted lo Huy ........ Wanted lo Rent ........ Wanted to Borrow .... Wanted Co Buy or Rent INed Can ............... tiled Trucks ..... . ...... Auto Accessories ..... Airplanes. Equipment, Etc. . 37 39 40 . 41 4J A-41 41 44 A-44 D-44 4S A-4S 46 47 4* A-41 . 49 90 A-JO 51 . 53 . 53 . S4 A-54 . SS Sfi 37 . 51 61 61 10 Lodges HARDING LOl>C,E No. B49 Reed C. Cook. W M 423-0182 R. A Laurie. Seo «I3 K SUIrd Communication Wed., Jan. 13, 7:30 p.m. BENEVOLENCE LODGE No. 145 V M. Floden, W M 423-5650 Mil In. Secy 424-3041 3rd* Don Gilbert Mon.. Dec. Jl — 7:30 p.m. MASON CITY CHAPTER ORDER OF D«.MO!,AY Tom Reed — Master Counselor 423-6627 D«n Roberts. Scribe, 4N-U17. Regular Meeting. Sat.. 0*c. tfth 6:10 p.m.— Dcmolay TXarc* Fraction Salesmen 25 3 DAYS travel—4 days at home. Man over 45 for short trips near Mason City. Worth up to $8.000 to 812,500 in a year. Write E. G. "enrs, Pres., American Lubricants Co., Box 676, Dayton 1, Ohio. PART-TIME SALES HELP WANTED RETIRED — Postal employes, Telephone employes, Policemen, City employes. Salesmen, Gov't. employes. Barbers, Bankers, Doctors, Lawyers, Businessmen, Farmers, Implement Dealers, etc. Write Box 983 Mason City, la. for details Services Offered 27 TRASH hauling and light tiaullng, odd jobs, salvageable Items hauled tree Wanted, broken TV's, radios and appliances. Ph. 423-1871. NEXT TIME DRAINS STOP UP Be sure ttiey arc cleaned electric ally by the Root Master. Cleans faster and efficiently. Motor sends cable through stoppage and roots, removing pipe scales and opens drain. Cutting knives do thorough job. Call today for details. Free estimates. KELROY'S 423-1423 FHA Terms YOU CAN RENT A 20-FT. VAN keep l day, gas and oil furnished. Drive 200 miles for $36.00. LANE BROS., INC. 42} N. Georgia — 423-5445 WANTED — Ironing. 85c an hr. Washings. 50c per load. 7 yrs experience. Ph. 424-1383. INTERIOR painting, carpentry work. Ph. 424-1541. YOU CAN RENT A 18 FT. VAN Keep it 2 days — Drive 400 miles with gas and oil fur nished for only . . . $68.00 LANE BROS. INC. 421 No. Georgia PHONE 423-5445 IHEE REMOVAL — Rubbish haul Ing. Junk cars. Ray Lybancer Ph. 423-1399. *• Business Location 30 FOR '.SENT — Shop, ilomjte or K,ir,i£e«. 318 No. Del. * Rooms for Rent 32 1 ROOM itpt, Also Urge sleeping room. Close In. Ph. «3-J7M. BEDRM. house in Clear Lake. Basement, garage. WU1 turn, paint. Avail. Jan. 1. $65. Ft, 74584, Clear Lake. FOR RENT—5 room downstairs duplex, 2011V4 S. Fed., S30 mo Ph. 423-0135. 3 BEDRM. brick home, IVi baths, carpeted living and dining rm., hot water heat. In Manly. Ph. 454-2560. FOR RENT—L a r g e 3 bedroom home with attached garage. Also 2 bedroom home with at tached garage. Very nice 2 bedroom duplex. Ph. 423-8786 or 4237413. * Mobile Homes 34A FALL SALE Looking for a Used Mobile Home? You'll find them at Paul's, A large stock of trade-Ins in all sizes. Also our huge stock of travel trailers, mobile homes and 20' and 24' homes are all on our fall sale. Over 60 units to pick from— all top quality. For the best deal in the Trl-States, sec us now. New good quality 10' wide mobile homes as low as $3,275.00. Delivered and set up at no charge, year guarantee on all units. We trade. Low rate bank financing, parts, accessories, service, transporting. --YOUR NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DEALER PAUL'S MOBILE HOME SALES Highway 18 West Mason City, Iowa Watch for the spinning top Phone 424-4573 or 423-«479 404 So. Monroe — 423-0675 AFTER HOURS CALL "Jerry"-Torgerson — 423-9481 Jon McCuskey — 423-1392 FOR SALJ5—K»mp. bear*— jurt tested a fr«h M of April bo»s. II you want boo*, ham and rue- «edae*» MC tfcct*, 1-1 loia «y«. Jocepfa Skow, Wetley, la. FOR SALE—Hef. S.F.F. free) Hampshire and Duro« boar*. 6chnekierm»n Bro*., t mL N., 1 mi. W.. V4-raL N. ol BrUtow. FOR SALE—Poland China boari. farrowed In Juae, July 4 Aug. Milton Charlton k Son, Lak* Millf. FOR SALE — P.B. Cheater Whit* boars, with length and type. Boyd Hodson, Plymouth, Iowa, FOR SALE— 2 small pool*!. IdeU Xmi* gilts. Ph. 424-10*4. _ FOR SALE " Extra food Rcf. Appaloota »tud colt. 1* mos. old. Buckskin with nice white blanket over hip*, atrip* down his back, zebra Write — lefs, SI Inchei tall. G. R. MONTGOMERY Lyndon, Kansas or ph. 828-4855 P.B. Black Poland China boars. Best of blood lines. 3V4 ml. N. of Nicholas Turkey Farm on Hwy, 18. L. W. Luick. FOR SALE—Spotted Spring Boari. Bosslter t Thompson, Hwy. 9— 1 N. fc Y, West Thompson. FOH SALE—25 go o d Hereford cows; also 15 black springers, preg. guar. G. W. Kafer, 3 mL E., quar. mi. S. of Rockwell. FOR SALE—2 bedroom, large kitchen, att. gar., or trade for larger home. .424-2977, 423-9367. Forms tor Sale 39 R. D. Shoop. Beck Bros Co., 663 15th S.E. Ph. 423-5654. Eves. Ph. 423-8456. INSTEAD of an ad TODAY Read our Message elsewhere in this paper. Look for the circle with the office sign of the Stuart Realtors. SINCE 1934 FL 7-2171 — CLEAR LAKE Hancock County: Two high producing farms with March 1 possession. 103 A. nr. Klemme. All Webster soil. Good house and barn. S415. 186 A. nr. Britt. All Webster & Clarion soil with adequate bldgs. A choice Investment. $337.50 per A 'MILLER REALTORS Britt, Iowa BOARS For Sale: Spotted Boars. Choi., erv. vacc., brucellosis tested. Wayne Toppin 6 miles S. of Clear Lake on Hwy. 107. 3>A ml. West. Tel. Ventura, VA 9-2592 FOR SALE—P.B. D u r o c boar* and open gilts. Vacc. and tested. Also Reg. Hereford bulls. Francis Lcsch. Ph. 732-5033, Osage, la. FOR SALE HAMPSHIRE BOARS Vacc. and tested. Dennis O'Keefe 4 mis. E., 2 mis. N. 1st pi. W. of Manly, la. P.B. SPOTTED boars. Vacc. and tested. 1 ml. No. Ideal Sand * Gravel, 424-2956. FOR SALE—B i g rugged Duroe boars. Tested for Bangs and Lepto. Vacc. and guar. Lyle Barkema, 8 ml. S. of Ventura. BERKSHIRE boars. Guar. Also 30 head Berk, feeder plgi. Fred Elchman, St. Ansgar, 736-4789. Hampshires Big, rugged Registered Hampshire Boars with extra length and bone. Ready for service. Cut out and back fat probe figure* available. All priced reasonable. Maurice Weitz Tele. 437-2768 — Austin, Minn. 65 FEEDER pigs, 8 wks. old. 1 mi. north of Rock Falls, three- quarter ml. west. FARM WANTED — Best buy In Cerro Gordo or Franklin Co. that S8-$10,000 do^n will buy. Write M-17, Globe-Gazette. * Machinery 41 FARROWING CRATES — Steel with creep panels, $19.95. Free literature. Dolly Enterprises, 703 Main, Colchester, 111. 1954 SUPER M live 2-way hyd. Contact Alto or John Backhaus, Hanlontown. Ph. 905. SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT Blades and Plows for Jeeps. A. C. B-10 Tractor with Snow Blower Snow-Bee Blower for sidewalks and drives. Tractor and loaders with snow buckets. Be prepared . . . CALL US TODAY! SCHROEDER IMPLEMENT 2401 S. Fed. "Ford and A.C. Dealer" Snow in the'Forecast! Stop Today, Beat the Rush T754—Super Six with 2 buckets * 75 1959 Stan Hoist—With Snow Bucket $195 2090 Caswell with one bkt. ... J 75 2327 ,Stan Hoist—3010—4010 mlds., hyd. bucket. snow and maniac $545 2299 Hyd. Loader, nice 1175 2360 J.D. 45 with Hyd. Bucket $495 2361 J.D. 45 with Snow Bucket $425 2365 J.D. 45 with snow bucket $375 WOOLUMS IMP. Mason City — Ph. 423-2412 "John Deere Dealer." SADDLE HORSE and PONY SALE Forest City Sale Barn SAT., DEC. 19 — 8 p.m. Lots of good broke horses and ponies. * Dogs, Birds, Pets 43 duced prices for Xmas for on« week only. 207 2nd S.W. BOSTON Terrier female pup, A. K.C. registered. Gordon Blanchard, 1036 1st N.W. SALE—Pups, border Collie and Shepherd cross, J5 each. Satisfaction guar. Homer Psrdun, I ml. S. of Cent. Hgts. Ph. 822-3663, Rockwell. * Misc. for Sale 44 FOR SALE—Wire and wood muskrat and ' mink stretchers. Ph. 423-6805. Weather COLD Deals HOT . . . New low winter prices now in effect at — RAYBURN MOBILE HOMES Hwy. 65 So. — Mason City 15 x 8 2 Bedrm. Great Lakes, exc. cond. Ph. 6503, Hanlontown. jr Houses forSgle 35 FOR SALE 4 bedroom home in Kensett. Can be used as 2 apartments. Kitchen and bath upstairs and kitchen and bath downstairs. METHUS REALTY Phone 324-2381 Northwood, Iowa CONTRACT Neat 2 bedroom home, could be 3, close to High School. Large living room, good kitchen, full basement. Garage. Beautifully landscaped. 66 foot lot. Assume owner's contract. $8,000 Hiway 18 E. - Clear Lake Ph. FL 7-4427 N-O-T-I-C-E We will be closed between Christmas and New Years to give our men a vacation. EMERGENCY CALLS 423-8760 KARSTENS IMP. — Mason City — Ph. 423-8973 "OLIVER—BRADY DEALER- TREE stump removal, anywhere. Free est. Ph. 423-9493. Les Heit- lancl. 60€ S. Virginia, Mason City. Pre-Inventory Sale on New Equipment I.H.C. authorizes $500 trade allowance on new M-H Pickers. Early traders bonus at 5% on new machine. Buy now. 306 Gas Tractor, fully equipped $5,400 1—H.C. No. 37 14-ft. disc $875 1—H.C. No. 37 13-ft. disc $810 No. 550 Plow, 5-16 in $1,040 No. 175 - 175 bu. PTO Spreader $845 No. 130 - 130 bu. PTO Spreader $675 FISCHER Chev. & Implement Rockford, Iowa Open evenings ANTIQUE gold and oyster whit* are 2 of the many new color* that can now be mixed at Schwanke Paint Co., Hwy. 65 south. Mason City. Ph. 423-9923. CHRISTMAS Special! Venetian waU mirrors ...from $7.95j door mirrors . . . $14.55. Free Installation before Xmas only. Schwanke Paint Co., Hwy. SJ south. Mason City. Ph. 423-9923. FOR SALE—19 In. TV and stand. $150 tape recorder, cheap. Northern seal coat', E:. 16, exc. cond. Nice china cupboard. 313 4th N.E. SLATE top pool table, 4V£x9. Ph. 395-2916 Rudd. BILL THOKA3 sells good dry oak fireplace wood, S14 ton delivered. Ph. FL 7-5060, Clear Lake. NEW Carrier 50,000 gas hanging heater. Special price $139.00. Ray E. Pauley. 425 So. Fed., 423. 7032. LIONEL TRAIN set. Exc. cond. 423-2685. FOR SALE — Homko snow blow, er, like new. J100. Ph. 424-2307. LAWNMOWER CLEARANCE Reg. 44.95 — 18" Elec. Mower Reg. 84.95 — 18" Reel Mower Reg. 69.99 — 22" Rotary Mower ... Reg. 65.99 — 20" Rotary Mower .... Reg. 129.50 — 21" self-prop, mower Reg. 169.99 — 4 HP Rider Mower ... 28 50 59 s8 49" 47" 69" 119 OTHER ITEMS ON CLEARANCE Livestock 42 239.95 — 6.5 Bulk Tank 129.95 — Single Chain Elev. Y .. 489.00 25 HP Wis. Engine 49.95 — 8-Bu. Creep Feeder .. 439.95 — 1% HP Grain Bryer 129.95 — Saddles 199 99 239 39" 219 (6 kinds) 77 59.95 — Block Maker 239.95 — 30 gal. air Compressor w/eng 16.95 — 24" BBQ 165 Q99 For the one headgate that catches calves, cattle, and __..-.. . ,, hogs, also farrowing stalls. 5 ' 20 ' 2 ? should re «d $64.70 in- i ...-.- WARDS FARM STORE MASON CITY Fertilizer For Sale Write Sheriff Mfg. & Dist. Goodell, Iowa Phone 58741 stead of 84.70, 50 or 80 Ib. bags. Oswald Strand & Son Manly, la. _ Ph . 4^.3234

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