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24 Jan. 12, 1949 City Globe-Gitetie, Mason City, 1». Ample Electric Power on Hand, Survey Shows December Peak Had 5 Per Cent to Spare New York, N. Y.—Refutation of official claims that a critical power shortage exists is implicit in an Edison Electric Institute survey, based on reports of 90 per cent of the industry, which shows that the electric light and power industry met December's peak demand for electricity, the highest electric load in history, with a generating capacity margin of 5 per cent to spare. Traditionally a period of greatest electricity use in most parts of the country, December, with its Christmas season activities and short dark afternoons, puts an extra load on generating facilities, according to the Edison Electric Institute. This reserve margin of 5 percent was the same as the previous year and substantially above the 4 per cent margin indicated by the Institute's September survey. It was more than 3 times greater than the 1.6 per cent "safety margin" predicted in a report o£ the National Security Resources Board released on December 13th. It also strongly refutes frequently reiter- ated statements claiming the existence of an "acute" power shortage in the United States. More Generating Capacity A major factor in providing this additional margin of capability was the installation of over 4,000,000 kilowatts of new generating capacity during 1948, a record for a single year. Partly responsible for the greater-than-calculated margin, however, was a slight leveling off of demand which took place in nearly all parts of the country during the last quarter of 1948. Affecting areas with substantial margins of reserve in the same measure as areas of very narrow margins, the general leveling off was not the result of any conservation efforts. No margin existed in the Pacific northwest, where federal power projects are now counted on for new sources of supply, and peak load equalled capacity. A margin of 2.3 per cent was general throughout the central industrial region from Pittsburgh to the Mississippi river. All other sections of the nation had reserve margins of 5 per cent or more. Nationwide demand over the December peak period was estimated to be about 53 million kilowatts, compared with a total of over 56 million kilowatts of installed capacity. In some parts of 4 of the 8 major power regions of the country there was a slight reduction of service in effect at the time of peak demand. Rest of World Contrast This performance in carrying the record power demand is in sharply favorable contrast with DAY AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill Friday Afternoon, Jan. 14 STARTING AT 1:00 P. M. We had our largest sale of the season last Friday. Feeder pigs top was §24. Veal calves top §33. Everything Is selling very good at Kanawha. Bring in your livestock of all kinds. Many buyers, local and distant, attend our auction every Friday. They want livestock and we do not want to disappoint them at any time, so send your cattle, pigs, hogs and sheep to Kanawha. There's a good market here for everything. Kanawha is the place to sell or buy any kind of livestock. H. Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager the power supply situation In the rest of the world, where the supply is generally far below the demand. For example, in the neighboring province of Ontario, the predicted deficiency of supply amounted to 10 per cent; while in England, the prediction was a deficiency of 10 to 20 per cent, and in Spain, 30 per cent. In the United States, the growth in peak power demand in 1948 was approximately 7 per cent compared with 10.1 per cent in 1947. The outlook for power supply in 1949 in nearly all parts of the United States is even more favorable than in 1948. Four and one quarter million kilowatts of generating capacity were added in 1948 and 6,700,000 kilowatts are scheduled to be added in 1949. giving an increase in capacity of about 12 per cent, compared with an anticipated load growth of 7 per cent. In 1950, plans call for the installation of some 5.8 million kilowatts, and in 1951 about 6 million kilowatts are scheduled to be added. By the end of 1951, even with a continued high level of demand, the industry expects to have reached a normal reserve margin. In the years following, capacity addition will be planned to maintain such a margin. As a result of the vigorous expansion program of the industry, which has gained full momentum, the 5 years from the end of 1946 to the end of 1951 will show a total gain'in generating capacity of over 25 million kilowatts. This increase is 50 per cent of the total installed capacity in 1946, and will bring the industry's total generating capacity to over 75 million kilowatts by the beginning ot 1952. Death Notices 1 W1LCOX, Miss Lolta, of 420 E. Stale, died at a local hospital early Wednesday morning, following a lingering illness. Funeral arranRements are incomplete. Interment wi!l be at Stlllman Valley, 111. Tile Major funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks 2 WE WISH to thank the members of KGLO, it's staff and all the people who answered the appeal to help save our home Monday evening;. H was our only means of protection and is greatly appreciated. -Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grant and Sharon. WE WISH to express our thanks and appreciation to the American Legion, Amvets, V. F. W. and Auxiliaries, Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, the Major funeral home, the N. W. R. Ky. employes and other friends who so kindly helped us in every way and lor the beautiful flowers and cards for our beloved son and brother, Pvt. Robert V. Ulln. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Ulin, brothers and sisters. Seeds, Feeds 17 FOH SALE—Canary grass hay. H. H. Sterrenberg, Thompson. Baled. FOR SALE—Baled hay. pcrs, Swaledale, la. Henry G. Cas- FOR SALE—Baled alfalfa 1st farm W. Sugar Mill. Call after 3- p. m. Business Opportunities 18 Salesmen 25 Funeral Director MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance service. Phone 1505. PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home. Known for Service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. :)22 N. Washington. Ph. 1HO. MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need." Auto or Air Ambulance. ATTENTION FARMERS THIS OFFICE WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. FROM THURS., JAN. 13, 1949 THROUGH SAT., JAN. 15, 1949 FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THOSE TAXPAYERS WHO DESIRE ASSISTANCE IN THE PREPARATION OF FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAX RETURNS. — Reasonable Rates — BUSINESS AND TAX SERVICE PHONE 5240 218 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Girls Learn How to Make Quick Meals Garner—The 4-H leaders who attended training school in Garner and Britt will go back to their clubs and give the 4-H girls material on dinners. The lesson "Dinners That Ring The Bell" given by Elsie Mae Van Wert, county home economist, included demonstrations on basic methods of cooking meats and desserts. Miss Van Wert demonstrated roasting, broiling, pan broiling, braising and stewing of meats in the morning session. The afternoon session was on desserts. A demonstration was given on making custard in 2 minutes by the use of the pressure sauce pan. A cake was made using- the conventional method of mixing and making pie crust was the final demonstration in the lesson. The 4-H leaders will take this material back to each of the clubs in the county and 4-H girls will use the material for the demonstrations to be given in the club meetings during the year. McAULEY &i SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 051. Personals DRIVING to Cal. Will give ride to party helping drive. State age and phone number. Write G-7, Globe-Gazette. Lost, Found LOST—3 strand pearls on 1st St. N. W. or Federal Ave. Reward. Ph. 3200. FOUND—750x20 tire and rim. C. Mitchell. Manly, la. FOR SALE—Small trucking business. Exc. profit for 1948. Trucks arc leased out. If interested write A-ll, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE—Coin operated radios. Hotels, tourist courts, etc. Very small investment. Ph. 2332-W. FOR SALE Portable Feed Mill Powered with a 125 H. P. Diesel motor. Doing excellent business. HUGH NEELEY St. Ansgar, Iowa Phone 211 FOR SALE—Cafe and filling station. Living quarters. Manly, Ph. 4701. WANTED TO BUY—Good tavern, bldg. and all with llv. qiiar.. in North Cent. Iowa Catholic conim. prcf. Write H-ll, Globe-Gazette. • A wide selection of TAVERNS, GROCERIES, SALE BARN, IMPLEMENT AND AUTO DEALER, CAFES, STATIONS, DR1VEINS Write us your wants. NEIL FLANAGAN, Realtor Belmond, Iowa Phone 263 FOR A PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE LIFE-TIME CAREER You Can Now Earn While You Learn to become a Landscape Adviser and Fruit Consultant Thorough training and assistance given to assure a quick start. Full time work only—good winter or summer. Car needed. Married man—age 30 to 50. If you are stalled financially by some slow moving organization; if you are seeking a new employer who is really interested in your progress and success; if you will work hard for a better than average income; then write in detail to W. E. Franken, Hotel Allis, Waterloo, Iowa. Personal interview will be arranged immediately. Business Locations 30 Houses for Sole 35 Paramount Cafe Building at Northwood, Iowa, To Be Sold at AUCTION Sat.,Jan.°15,l P.M. Excellent income property. THIS INCLUDES PLACE OF BUSINESS PLUS 4 APARTMENTS BEING SOLD BY OWNER FOR SALE—New, used house trailer. S. roadway Trailer Sales. Albert Lea, FOR SALE— 'J bedroom bungalow, living room, dining room, batli, kitchen, fireplace tu livingroom. fireplace In recreation room in basement, gas heat, double garage, double lot, paving. Sll.OOt). Romey Realty Co. Ph. 584. TOH SALE—3 estates large houses. 4927-J. Ph. CAFE Services Offered 27 LOST—Asthma plastic atomizer in small In 3,000 pop. N. C. Iowa town, county seat. Very complete modern equipment. $2.800 per month gross, party room. Priced at $6,000, some terms, reasonable rent. NEIL FLANAGAN, Realtor Belmond, Iowa Phone 263 black leather Sheffield. case. L. A. Strouse, Cutshall Speaks to Eagle Grove Rotary Eagle Grove—Doctor E. Guy Cutshall of the National Temperance Movement, Inc., of Chicago, 111., delivered a challenging address at the Rotary club's weekly luncheon. Doctor Cutshall spoke on "Keeping America Safe." He referred to the United States as a paradise for parasites and mentioned groups of people in the country who contributed nothing to their communities but were as parasites, living off others. Doctor Cutshall also spoke at an assembly at the high school Tuesday morning, and again in the evening at a meeting at the local Methodist church. LIVESTOCK AUCTION Friday, Jan. 14—12:00 Sharp 400 CATTLE NOTICE: We start selling: Veal Calves and Butcher Cattle at 12:00 o'clock sharp. Please have your stock in early. Farm Bureau Plans Outlook Meetings Garner —The Hancock county Farm Bureau is sponsoring a farm outlook meeting at the Garner high school auditorium Monday at 8 p. m. and a similar meeting at the Britt high school auditorium Tuesday at 8 p. in. What is in store for the Iowa farmer will be the topic of general discussion. LOST—Truck tire and rim Sunday. Lynn Hyde, Clear Lake. Money to Loan NEED MONEY? Let me help you. Loans S25 to 5300. See Mrs. Simon. 25 years of reputable dealing. Fast, friendly service at Security Loan Co. Third Floor First National Bank Bldg. CASH LOANS $25 to $300 On Your Own Signature Secured loans also made. Phone, write or come in. Loans also made to people living in towns surrounding Mason City. State Finance Co. A Friendly Loan Service 201 Weir Bldg. Corner Federal and State 5 West State St. Phone 1038 CASH, LOANS $20, $50, $100, up to $300 To Consolidate Overdue Bills To Pay Seasonal Expenses For Doctor or Dentist Bills For Repairs on House or Car For Any Good Purpose Loans arc made on salary, car or furniture without endorsers. Take 6. 12, 15 or more months to repay depending on the purpose of your loan. Household Finance Corporation llTVa N. Federal Ave. Phono 541 Over Green Mill Cafe DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service Insist on Genuine MAYTAG PARTS hey coat less by lasting longer Wringer oils for all makes cut to fit while you vait. HOME APPLIANCE CO. 01-03 South Federal Ave. Phone 162 Mason City, Iowa PRESSMAN: Broad experience on Miehle vertical, Davidson and other presses common to a Job printing plant. Sober, industrious man will be given opportunity to take over foremanship. Address replies to: NILAN-TODD, Inc., Austin, Minn. WANTED—Good carpenter to make kitchen cabinets in vacant, heated house. Will pay SI per hour. Write N-12, Globe-Gazette. Wanted—2 Boys over 11 years of age for Globe-Gazette routes. One route in Forest Park the other in near north part of city. Apply to Mr. Hillstrom at Globe-Gazette office LOCAL DEPARTMENT STORE which is a member of an aggressive chain group is desirous of hiring a YOUNG MAN 21 TO 30 YEARS OF AGE Preferably with some retail experience, to assist manager of local store. This position offers an unusual opportunity and after a short period of training will develop to a managership ill one o! our other stores. Salary and bonus arrangement most attractive for an aggressive, mbitious person who wants to make rogress. Your own ability will earn your romotion. VRITE B-10, GLOBE-GAZETTE Postpone Hearing: Garner—A public' hearing on the establishment of the reconstruction of Hancock county drainage district No. 105. Hancock county supervisors have postponed the hearing to Feb. 7, to allow Drainage Engineer "William Henschen to make an amended report following additional survey. Death Notices We had H very good run of cattle in the sale last Friday, all classes sold about steady. Mrs. O. G. Anderson of Kensett sold good 1150 Ib. fat cows at 19.40 cwt. Dave Strick sold a load of lightweight stock cattle. L. A. Berger of Alexander sold fleshy cows. Bill Hunchbee of Rockwell sold a load of fleshy 900 Ib. steers. Jacob Oettcheii sold fat cows. Sam Will of Thornton sold a good 15.75 Ib. white face bull at 23.20 cwt. J. A. Craig sold top veal, weight 250, at 33.75 cwt. Veals are selling high. Lud Sturgcs of Rockwell sold 7 good springing cows. Wonsmos Brothers of Thornton sold 5 choice springing cows, their top cow §281.00. We are starting to receive a lot of fat steers and heifers out of the feed yards. We appreciate your consignments. HOGS We had » good run of feeding: piffs which met with good demand. Breeding boars are selling lower. SHEEP We have a top fat lamb market. CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO THE CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY FOR PROMPT SALE AND COMPLETE SATISFACTION. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. BEAL. Mrs. Benjamin. 73, died suddenly early Sunday morning at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Samuel Murphy, 102 Conn., S. E. Prayer services will be held in the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Services will be held in the Methodist church at Janesville. Iowa, with the Rev. Paut Clements, officiating. Burial will be at the Oakland cemetery, at Janesville. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Quick Service LOANS r. . KLITSCH, Richard, 82, of 113!a Second street South, Clear Lake, died at a local hospital at noon Tuesday, following an illness. Funeral services will be held at' the Patterson-James chapel at 2 p. m. Saturday, with the Rev. Clair Hicks officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. QUALLEY, Alfred. 62, died suddenly at his home on Harrison S. W. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Lutheran church at North Prairie, Iowa, with the Rev. N. S. Johnson officiating. Burial will be at the North Prairie cemetery. The Patterson- James funeral home in charge. Furniture Signature AUTO COURTEOUS—CONFIDENTIAL IJ-N-I-T-E-D Financial Service "Family Finance Counsellors" IS'.a North Federal Phono 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store WE WANT YOUR APPLICATIONS FOR CITY LOANS AND FARM LOANS We can give you first class service Ir every respcc' Call or drop a line and let us know your requirements. HUGH H. SHEPARD Suito 205 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284-285 MASON CITY, IOWA B'. H. A. LOAN'S for house repairs at the United Home Bank & Trust Co. PERSONAL LOANS—550 to $400. Fidelity Discount Co., 30 1st St. N. E. NEED CASH? AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS SIGNATURE LOANS Borrow "Money in Minutes" at ASHBURN, Arthur Herbert. -14, of 20 4th N. E., died at a local hospital Monday. Funeral services will be held at Spencer at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Burial will be at the North Lawn cemetery at Spencer. The Patterson-James funeral home In charge. NORRIS, Lloyd E., 64, of 543 20th S. E.. died Tuesday at a hospital In Iowa City, -following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be !ie!d at the Major Memorial chapel Friday at. 2 p. m.. with Doctor Paul A. Peterson, pastor of ttie Wesley Methodist church, officiating. . Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The I FOR SALE—Hay. Timothy and clove Major funeral home in charge. I mixed. C. H. Soars, Rt. 1. Ph. 181-J" Federal Discount Corporation 191 N. Fed. Ave. Phone 51 Seeds, Feeds 17 VANTED—Married man on farm. Year 'round job. Sep. house and must be xpcr. Write D-ll, Globe-Gazette. Help Wtd., Female 21 IRL OR woman for general housework. May go home nights. Ph. 5677-W VANTED—Girl for general office work Willing to travel. Apply to J. M. Clem- nshaw Co., in the City hall. WANTED DISHWASHER Apply in person. FORD HOPKINS WANTED—Waitress. H Cafe. 11 3rd St. N. E. to 7. Mary WANTED YOUNG LADY for Cashier and General Office work. Apply at once. Mier Wolf & Sons .VANTED—Tree cutting with chain saw. Kenneth Olinger, Clear Lake. Phone ASHES and riroulsh hauled. Basements cleaned. Ph. 411-15-}. WRINGER ROLLS and washer repairs. L. A. Wright. Ph. 184D-J or 3G23-J. MIRRORS rcsllvered. Guaranteed. Macket's. 417 2nd St. N. W. Phone 782. ATTENTION COTTAGE OWNERS Damons Coleman gas floor furnaces can now be installed for seasonal use. KELROY'S Phone 441 137 Fourth St. S. W STARTING a class of piano instruction for beginners. Ph. 5C7G-J. Doris lios- enkild, 317 13th St. S. E. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes, parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store. 21 1 S. Federal. Phone 1103. Rooms tor Rent 32 FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms for working couple or men prof. Ph. 43:t7-J. 621 N. Delaware. FOK RENT—Large room near postoffice for 2 or 3 young men. Ph. H64-W. FOR SALE—4 nil. bungalow. Gas heat, garage. S8.000. Guild. Ph. 807 ur 158'J. FOR SALE—By owner: 5 rm. all modern bungalow. Ph. 6698-W. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Gas heat. Phone 202G-J. FOR RENT—Sleeping rojm. Call 2G15-W after 3 p. in. FOR RENT — Sleeping Monroe. room at 12 S. Apts. for Rent 33 WANT A HOME? Due to the fact that homes are difficult to finance, we are offering the following terms on thesa new and older dwellings. (1) $1,000 Down. $40 per month. S. E. Part. Partly modern. (2) $1,000 Down. $70 per month. New FHA Built Bungalow. Very Good location. (3) $2,500 Down. $70 per month. Near new brick bungalow in Forest Park. Immediate possession. OLESON CO. Phone 108, 1594, 3568-W For Appointment FOR SALE—Exc. brick bungalow, 3 yrs. old. 5 rms. and bath, screened back porch. Pre-war lumber. Forced air gas furnace. Paved street. Close to school. In Grandview. Ph. 2305-W. FOR RENT—2 rm. unfurn. apt. Newly decorated. Ph. 5434-M. FOR HENT—Basement apt. for working couple. 408 5th St. N. W. FOR RENT—2 rm. 1st fir. apt. Inq. 1309 N. Federal Ave. Housesfor Rent FOR RENT--Modern, single cabin. 1824 S. Federal. FOR RENT—6 rm. modern house and 4 rm. apt. upstairs. Possession March 1. Phone 109-R2, Nora Springs. Cottages A35 WANTED TO BUY—Lake shore cottage. Modern or not. Must be 2 bedrooms. For summer use. State price and location. Will pay cash. Write L-12, Globe- Gazette. Lots for Sale 36 FOR SALE—Cheap. Two estate lots. L. H. Rud, Attorney-at-Law, 20'/i S. Federal. 39 Farms for Sale FOR RENT—Farm tenant house. Close to Manly. Call 4778. FOR RENT—Kozy cottage. Modern. Inquire 501 Clara St., Clear Lake or at Phillips G5 Station, Ventura. FOR RENT—Winterized cottage. Furn., gas heat, bath, lights, modern. P. M. Park, Clear Lake. Ph. 937 or 3042-W. FOR RENT—Small, 3 rm. partly modern house at Clear Lake. $25 rrio. Phone 4455-LJ, Mason City. FOR SALE—Improved 40 acres. Johnson, Woden, Iowa. Albeit FOR SALE—120 acres well improved. Immediate possession. 5 miles South of Lake Mills. This farm is well worth $:40 per acre. See Oleson Co., 21 Vis South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Houses for Sale FOR SALE 35 WALL PAPER hanging Phone 3441-W. is our business. Small 5 Room Home Gas heat, gas hot water healer. Basement for laundry- New roof, sewer and chimney. Large lot, good location. Price §4000. JIM ANDERSON 1141 South Fourth Clear Lake WANTED—Housework or grocery clerking. Full time. Ph. 4317, Manly, la. Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Egeland Skelgas and Appliance 18 South Delaware OLDSMOB1LE Sales and Service ZENORS Authorized Packard Service H&HMotors 12 Seventh St. S. E. WANTED—Girl to care for children in my home. Mother works. Phone 2454-J. WANTED—Young woman for night club work. Part time cashier and part time waitress. $35 wk. to start plus tips. For personal interview write H-10, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Pastry and pantry helpers. 5 hours each day. Permanent work. 2nd cook, full time, nent employment. Perma- Apply to Manager or Chef, Hotel Eadmar. WANTED Competent Girl for Ice Cream Store Steady employment; opening hrs. 11 a. m. Apply 622 S. Federal. WILL DO bundle washings Write K-ll, Globe-Gazette. ut home, EXP. BEAUTY operator wants work. Write G-ll. Globe-Gazette. WALL WASHING BY MACHINE Homes and Commercial Buildings. Free Estimate. Frank and Bill Tcnney. NORTH lOW-A WALL MASTERS Phone 812 310 N. Federal FOR SALE—53,200 2-bedroom house. Water, electricity and gas heat. $570 down. Write A-12, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE—Partly mod. house. Monthly payments. G. S. Randall. Ph. 5679-W. FOR SALE—G rm. partly modern house. New furnace. Sewer available. $3,500. M. R. Severson, Nora Springs. FOR SALE—Here's that good. Improved 160 acre farm you have been looking for March 1 possession. Electricity. South of Clear Lake. $10,000 will handle. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—160 A.'s close to town and schools. Poss. March 1. Good improvements. 2 acres well impr. To settle estate. Want 1 A. tract in exchange for 8 A. tract. ~h. 4527-J. Machinery 41 FOR SALE—Partly furnished house in Ventura. Write C-10, Globe-Gazette. $1.500 AND YOU can stop paying vent. Have this attractive, new, 2 bedroom house for your own. Tile bath, auto, gas heat, garage, and all the things you've beerf looking for. The balance o£ $8,000 can be paid for at $50 mo. J. B. Youngblood & Son. Ph. 3G. FOR SALE—3 rm. house trailer. Excel, cond. Fully equipped. Inquire 3 S. Monroe Ave. 1942 Small Size Model VAC CASE TRACTOR Fully equipped. Lights, starter, power lift, near new tires, including cultivator. Priced to sell. Yankovich 420 N. Federal Phone 1282 FOR SALE—Here's that Clear Lake home many of you have been waiting for. Splendid view of lake and yet only a couple o£ blocks from business district, churches, etc. This home has been recently remodeled and is in fine condition. Interior decorating is ot the best. $3,500. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. FOR REAL Estate, consult C. R. Brown, realtor. Selling homes Is our business. FOR SALE—A new modern Clear Lake bungalow of 5 rooms. Full basement and gas heat. Fully insulated. On a dandy lot. Immediate possession. $8,500. Stuart Realtors, Clear Lake. FOR SALE New5 Rm. House in Midland Heights Modern. 2 rooms can be finished upstairs. INQUIRE GLEN SWARTZ 1725 South Massachusetts FOR. SALE—6x8 2-wheel trailer. Tarp included. Ph. 43G1 or 2235 19lh St. S. W. FOR SALE—A.-C.-W.C. motor, radiator, gas tank and hood for power unit. Ph. 3G-J3. LeRoy Hollatz, Garner, Iowa. FOR SALE—Craftsman a inch tilting Arbor saw; new Little Giant tap and die set, ','< inch to 1 inch. S. A. E. and standard thread. Ph. 13G-R1, Mason City. FOR SALE ' Oliver 2 row cultivator, good condition; A-C cultivator with power lift; one 216 John Deere plow; 1 John Deere corn planter with fert. attachment and tractor hitch; 1 rubber tired trailer with 36 in box. B. H. BO YD, Aredale, Iowa BALE TIES 9 Ft. 15 Gauge, $CT50 Per Bundle, off the car -/ Will arrive next week. Place orders now. HANCOCK FARM EQUIPMENT Phone 444 Garner, Iowa Instruction 28 COMPLETE YOUR high school by home study. All texts furnished. No classes. Write: American School Office. 1905 So Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Situation Wanted 22 STUDENT WANTS work after school and Saturdays. Ph. 2201-W. Help Wtd., Male, Female 23 WANTED—Cook. Good wages and working conditions. Night work only. Write G-10, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Fry cook. Night work. Good pay. State experience. Write R-10. Globe-Gazette. IF YOU like to draw, sketch or paint see talent test ad in Instruction Column. Salesmen 25 WANTED—Specialty salesman for burglar alarm. Retails $17.50. Sold to small merchants, farmers nnd home owners. Write 908, Phoenix Bldg., Minneapolis. Services Offered 27 CESSPOOL, septic tanks, toilets, cisterns cleaned, repaired. Prompt service. Write Jim Easley, Box 134, Clear Lake. FORMALS and flower girl dresses. All slr.cs made: to order. Ph. 587G-J. IF YOU like to draw, sketch or paint write for talent test (no fee). Give age and occupation. Write Box F-10, Globe- Gazette. YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR THE FUTURE Men 17-32 A Critical Shortage Exists Railroad Station Agent ' Telegraphers Thousands Needed If You Want a Lifelong Career and Security THIS IS IT Earn up to $3300 per year Advance to $6000 per year Vacation With Pay Retirement Fund Free Travel Passes G. I. Approved HIGH SCHOOL, GRADUATES Plan a Career Now With An Essential Industry Classes Now Forming You Must Act at Once Day or Evening Classes Excellent Placement Service For Complete Information Write GALE INSTITUTE Division of E. R. T. I. Largest Railroad School In America 2933 Hennepin Avenue Minneapolis 8, Minnesota Highlands Homes 704 FIFTEENTH N. E. 2 bedrooms, expandable to 3 bedrooms. 53,750 down. 712 SIXTEENTH N. E. 2 bedrooms, low rambling lypc. S.I,000 dowi. 715 SIXTEENTH N. E. '.\ bedrooms, l',i baths, dining room. A real de luxe home. Move in today SGOOO down. All of these houses have forced air gas icat and many other extra features. FHA financed. Qualified GI can reduce down payment. Open for inspection. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS, Inc. 309 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 2823-W evenings HOUSES FOR SALE 5 room furnished bungalow, modern except tub. Auto, water heater . $6000.00 7 rm mod. house. Close In S. W JVew roof and siding S6500.00 rm. mod. house. Roosevelt School district. Gas heat S7500.00 rm! mod. bungalow. Highlands. Newly decorated S73UO.OO bedroom mod. house. Near Jefferson School. Full lot. Garage $10,000.00 W. L. PATTON 109 East State St. FOR SALE I have a good deal on my HOUSE for the right party. J. W. NORFOLK Call 200 or 3339-LJ FOR SALE—2-wheel trailer. Steel box. Ph. 140, Nora Springs, la. FOR SALE—New Idea *-whecl spreader; 2-row Oliver Cornma.stcr picker. Walter Zuehlkc. Ph. 214-R2. FOR SALE—Or trade: Allis - Chalmers "C" tractor. 3 ml. N. of Swaledale. Harlow Earles. FOR SALE—1 new A.-C. "G" tractor; S675. Clarence Tripp, Sheffield, la. FOR SALE—Streamline J. D. "A," P. L., cult., and 2-bottom I. H. C. slat plow, on rubber. This outfit is in A-l shape, $1,500. No phone. Write D-12, Globe- Gazette. EZE-FLOW, FERTILIZER 10 FT. SPREADERS The spreader sold with a Money Back Guarantee Petersen Farm Store Phone 268 Clear Lake WE HAVE some cash out-of-town buyers looking for 5 or G rm. modern houses. Contact Oleson Co. Ph. 108 or 3508-W FOR SALE—Attractive 24x30 ft. bungalow, $2,833, erected on your foundation. Also other sizes. Free del. 100 mis. Exceed FHA and city codes. Not a prefab. Good tiiy lumber. For complete information on what these houses arc and what ihey include, write I or our folder, or call Ihe Fanning Supply Co., Watcrvllle, Minn. Open 8 to 5. No Sunday. WANTED TO BUY—5 room home. Modern or partly modern. Write W-12, Globe-Gazette. Chase Field Cultivators 6—9J and 13 ft. size. PETERSON FARM STORE Phone 268 Clear Lake, Iowa WANTED TO BUY—1942 or '43 A.-C. combine, P. T. O.; also John Deere "H." R. B. Puffer, Britt. FOR SALE — 18 ft. International disc. Bt-n Dorcnkamp, Alexander, Iowa. for Sole 42 FOR SALE — 2 Red Duroc registered boars. Clarence Paulson. Ph. 136-R1. Mason CHy. FOR SALE — Dufoc boar. J. E. Garth, Swalpdaln, 2 mi. W., 2 ml. N. FOR SALE — Reg. Duroc stock hog. LeRoy Bchr, 3 ml, E., V, N. Rockwell Cream- cry. FOR SALE—Duroc boar. Emll Dcike, Thornton, 83038. A good hoe. Iowa. Phon* FOR SALE—P. B. Hampshire boar. Raymond £lrbcl. Clear Lake, 5 rrl. North. FOR SALK—Angus bull. Walter Zuchllc*. Phone 2U-R2.

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