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Mason City, Iowa
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-<,«SfMW*,BW^«J5^^ 12 Jan. T, 1941 *»'»" City Olct»-G»i«ite, Mi/.n City, U J. P. Grunewald Rites Sunday Services to Be at Britt Funeral Home Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Boughton funeral home at Bntt for John P. Grunewald, 59, who died Wednesday at a local hospital after a long illness. Burial will be in the Britt cemetery. Mr. Grunewald is survived by his wife, 3 daughters. Mrs. H. E. Escherich of Mason City, Mrs. S. S. Holmes and Mrs. Hugh Geigh of. Portland, Ore., and a son, John, who is on furlough from service in the marines and is stationed at Bremerton; a sister, Mrs. Charlie Baker of Austin, Minn., 3 nieces and 2 nephews. His parents and a brother preceded him in death. Mr. Grunewald'was born in Joliet, 111., and lived there until his 12th year when he came to -Goodell where he lived for 3 years. He made his home for most of his life in Hancock county and was in the ministry of the United Brethren church for 2 years. Later he took up carpentry and during the war worked in the shipyards at Portland, Ore. He back to Iowa and has been ailing for the past 2 years. Two months ago he suffered a stroke and for the last 3 weeks of his life was confined to a hospital. He was a member of the Wesley Methodist church and has been living at 605 Adams S. W. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. ss. In District Court. No. 7062. October Term, 1B48. To all whom It may concern: You aie hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John L. Paulsen. Deceased, dated September 3 1S48, having been this day filed, opened and read, I" nday the 31st day of January, 1949. 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. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, it any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and fnr the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, December 30. 1946. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy Bonus Delays Tax Payments Taxpayers Asked to Hold Up for 2 Weeks Allison—Because of the : Iowa soldier bonus levy, Treasurer Harvey J. DeBower of Butler county has asked county residents to delay payments of their property taxes at least 2 weeks. Mark G. Waugh, county auditor, had the tax lists for all taxes payable in 1949 on 1948 assessments completed prior to Dec. 17 when he received a certification from the state as to the 1.95 mill levy for soldier bonus to be added to taxes in order to pay the bonus. On Dec. 20, Mr. Waugh and his staff started to refigure the taxes and by working nights and holidays had them refigured by Dec. 29 and turned over to the county treasurer's office. The treasurer's office has 9,588 tax receipts to be written so has asked -the taxpayers to hold off on their first half of the payment of their taxes until after Jan. 17. The taxes do not become delinquent on the first half until April 1. The amount of taxes certified to the county treasurer's office to be collected this year is $1,189,787.44 of which $55,139.87 is for soldiers' bonus. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County. ss. In District Court. No. 7061. October Term, 1948. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument o£ writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o£ Marie C. Blanchard, Deceased, dated December 18, 1948, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 31st day of January, 1949, 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. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested, are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, December 29, 1948. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7057. Notice is hereby given, that the under- slgi.ed has been duly . appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate oi William Elmer Johnson, 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. VINWE J. CHRISTENSEN CLOUGH & CLOUGH. Attorneys Dated December 22, 1948 S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE The annua membership meeting of the Farmers' Mutual Insurance Association of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, will be held Thursday, January 20th. 1949, in the Hanford Hotel, at 11 o'clock a. m. • Complete reports given; any necessary business tr_nsacted. Directors whose terms expire will be elected. Also vacancies filled.. This is your meeting. Secretary—EDMUND KELSH Sheriff Haven Awaits Forger Howard County Wants Man Held in Illinois Cresco — Sheriff Percy Haven has returned from M6rrison, 111., where he located Fred Zuidena of Fulton, 111., who is wanted in Howard county for forgery. Zuidena confessed to Haven that last July, he forged the name of Henry McBride of near Cresco to a check in the amount of $40 and cashed it at the Van Auken clothing store in Cresco. He had been employed by McBride. When the forged instrument came back to McBride, Zuidena had disappeared. Zuidena is being held by Illinois, authorities awaiting grand jury action on a charge of breaking and entering. When he answers to the charge and is released by the Illinois officials, he will be brought to Cresco to answer to the forgery charge, according to Sheriff Haven. Pioneer of North Iowa Dies at 85 Cresco — Funeral services for Mrs. David Baldner, 85, resident of this community for 83 years, will be held in the Immanuel Lutheran church in Cresco at 2 p. m. Saturday. The Rev. Robert R. Ahrens, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in New Oregon cemetery south of Cresco. Mrs. Baldner died in her home In Cresco Thursday. She had been in poor health for several years, the last 3 years being confined to a wheel chair. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bloomenrader. She was born on a farm near Cresco, Nov. 14, 1863. She was married to David Baldner, March 15, 1885. For 2 years the couple lived on a farm near Lyle, Minn;, and since^hat time in and near Cresco. They have lived in Cresco 47 years. They were the parents of 2 children. One son died in infancy and the other son, Leonard, of Cresco, died Jan. 24, 1947. She is survived by her husband, one granddaughter, Evelyn Baldner, Cresco; a brother, Philip Bloom- enrader, Highmore, S. Dak., and a sister, Miss Amelia Bloomenrader, Cresco. NOTICE OF SALE OF SURPLUS MOTOR VEHICLES Sealed bids will be received by the Iowa State Highway Commission, Ames, Iowa, until 3:00 P. M., January 13, 1949, for the sale of thirty-five (35) surplus vehicles, as follows: 11—1 Vi-ton trucks with dump bodies 9—2—S'/z-ton trucks (5 with bodies) 6—Vi-ton pickups 2—V4-ton panels 1—station wagon 5—passenger cars 1—dump bodies Above units may be inspected on the Highway Commission grounds at Ames, Iowa, from 9:00 A. M., until 4:00 P. M. on and after January 10th. Bidding forms and additional Information may be secured from the Property and Equipment Division, Highway Commission, Ames, Iowa. The Highway Commission will accept bids on one or any number of units listed for sale. The Highway Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids. IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, Ames, Iowa. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Park Hospital Building Company will be held at the office of the Secretary at Park Hospital Clinic on January 18, 1943, at 8 P. M. At the said meeting a proposal for an amendment of the articles as to the name of the Corporation and the nature of its business will be presented. Police Chief Warns of Dogs Acts After Attacks on Several Citizens Charles City—Attacks by dogs on at least 3 individuals in the past month brought a warning from Police Chief Henry DeBoest that police will "shoqt first and ask questions about the dogs afterwards." He said the attacks have centered between 15th and 17th avenues, with from 1 to 4 "big dogs" reported in the vicinity. •Louis Kline, 407 16th avenue, was one of the victims bitten by a dog near his home Monday. The next day, another resident reported 4 dogs had chased him on 17th avenue, and earlier, a 3rd man told police he had to beat off several dogs with his dinner pail. DeBoest said police had not yet determined whose dogs are responsible, but he warned owners to keep their pets tied or muzzled if they have any reason to believe the dogs are dangerous. Bankers and Farmers to Rub Elbows Decorah—At a dinner at the Hotel Winneshiek Jan. 18, Winneshiek county bankers and • a group of farmers will exchange ideas. Hosts for the event will be the commissioners of the Winneshiek district soil conservation association, who, with the assistance of the county bankers' association, sponsor the annual pasture improvement contest. During the summer and fall pastures are checked by 3 judges appointed by the soil commissioners, and awards are made in their report. First prize is a gold wrist watch, and 2nd prize is a pen and penci! set. Announcement of 1948 winners will be made during the dinner and prizes will be awarded. Charles City Briefs Births at the Cedar Valley hospital here included sons to Mr. and Mrs. James Horton of Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. George Tegtmeier of Marble Rock, both born Tuesday, and daughters to Mr. and Mrs. George Badker of Rudd Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kingery of Greene Wednesday. District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Wednesday issued a marriage license to Ronald Demro, 23, of Nashua, and Ruth Patton, 21, of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Deems, 101 Blunt street, returned Thursday morning from New Orleans, La., where they visited Deems 1 brother, C. O. Deems. While traveling in the south on their 2 weeks vacation they also visited friends in Thibodeaux, La. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that the City Council of the city of Mason City, Iowa, will meet at 7:00 o'clock p. m. at the Council Chambers In the City, Hall In Mason City, Iowa, on the 24th day of January, 1349, at which time and place It will hold a public hearing to determine whether or not public convenience and necessity will be served by the establishment of parking lot and off-street parking area for the parking of vehicles Public notice Is further given that said City Council proposes to purchase the real estate situated In Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, described as follows, to wit: Lots One, (1), Two (2), and Three (3) In the Subdivision of Lots Two (2) three (3), Six (G) and Seven (7) in Block Eighteen (18) In Paul Felt's P!it of Mason City, Iowa for the total sum of Fifty-one Thousand Dollars ($51,000.), which described real estate is proposed to be used as a parking lot and as an off-street parking area for vehicles. Any interested person may appear at such hearing and make such objections as they may deem proper. PEARL B. KELLOGG, City Clerk Last Rites at Cresco for Aged North lowan Cresco — Funeral services for Mrs. Caroline Kratz, 82, were held Friday in the Immanuel Lutheran church in Cresco. The Rev. Robert R. Ahrens, pastor of the church, officiated. Burial was in New Oregon cemetery south of Cresco. Mrs. Kratz was a resident of Cresco for 25 years. She was born Jan. 9, 1866, at Ft. Atkinson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz J. Glass. She was married to Michael Kratz at Decorah, Sept. 25, 1885. Mr. and Mrs. Kratz lived on a farm south of Cresco and in August, 1919, moved to Cresco. Mr. Kratz died June 22, 1936. Mrs. Kratz continued to live here until 5 years ago when she moved to the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walter north of Cresco. She died been years. She is survived by 3 sons, Alvin of Valley City, N. Dak.; Walter, Fullerton, N. Dak.; Wesley, Cresco, and 2 daughters, Mrs. Louis Walter and Mrs. Leonard Walter, Cresco. There are 20 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, a brother, Philip Glass, Portland, Ore., and a sister, Mrs. George Weger, Strawberry Point. Building and Loan Officers Re-elected Charles City—Stockholders o the Charles City Building anc Loan association held their annua meeting, re-electing for 3-year terms 4 directors whose terms were expiring. Renamed as directors were Lawrence A. Wolf, the Rev. Wesley G. Belling, A, R. Melrose and H. G. Bos. The group also heard a report by Alton Sanders on the year's activity, highlighted by a total annual dividend of 3£ per cent. Reconvening as a board of directors, the body re-elected as its officers for another year Harold S. Henry, president, A. R. Eggert, vice president, M. J. Klaus, treasurer, and Alton Sanders, secretary. N EWS of RECORD 3irths Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ames, Sheffield, Friday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peters, Clear Lake, Thursday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goeders, 0 9th N. E., Thursday. Sun to Mr. and Mrs. George Grosland, 1430 Washington N. W., Thursday. Po//ce Court Intoxication — Clifford Watson, city, Ined $11) and costs. Reckless Driving—Hugh H. Mullln, Britt, forfeited J52 bond. Money to Loan 8 New Cor Sales Dr. R. F. Kunz, So Linden drive, Ford; Albert Schubert, 7S8 Delaware N. E., Plymouth; S & R Chevrolet Co., Mason 3lty, Chevrolet; Clarence Bramsen, Clear Lake, Hudson; Jewell R. Dushek, route 1, Studebaker. Divorces Filed Robert Houston against Alice Houston on grounds of cruelty. Married at Worth- ngton, Minn., Dec. 8, 1918. Divorced in 1918 and remarried Aug. 21, 1948, at Mason City. Separated Deo. 1, 1948. Divorces Granted Lola M. Vanston divorced from Leland E. Vanston on grounds of cruelty. She it [ranted custody of 3 children, $50 monthly support for herself and J10 monthly !or the children white he is in tyhe armed forces with support reduced to $25 monthly for each child after he Is out of service. She Is also riven title to household furniture. Granted by default. Realty Transfers Barclay, Katharyn & Paul V., to Glenn Mensch, $1 (QCD). Undlv. l/c Int. in and E^i NW'/« 22-97-20. 11-29-48. Hague, Roberta & Joseph, to Glenn Mensch, $1 <QCD). Undiv- 1,/g Shi. In NEU and Eii NWVi 22-97-20. 10-19-48. Hennessey, Frances & William G., to Glenn Mensch 51 (QCD). Undlv. 1/18 Int., as above. 10-23-48. Mensch, Floyd L. & Herbert! E., to Glenn Mensch, SI (QCD). Undiv. 1/0 int., as above. 10-20-48. Mlchalek, Arvllla & Bichard, to Glenn Mensch, $1 (QCD). Undlv. 1/18 int., ai •>ove. 10-15-48. Mensch, lee C. & Ethel, to Glenn Mensoh, $1 (QCD). Undlv. 1/6 int., as above. 10-22-48. Deets, Bertha G. & Charles W., to Glenn Mensch, SI (QCD). Undlv. 1/6 int., as above. 10-39-48. NEED MONEY? Let me help you. Loans $25 to 5300. See Mrs. Simon. 25 years o£ reputable dealing. Fast, friendly service at Security Loan Co. Third Floor First National Bank Bldg. BE PREPARED TO PAY BILLS DUE JAN. 10th The average person accumulates numerous bills this time of year. Don't allow your bills to be delinquent. Protect Your Credit Consolidate your accounts with a loan from U-N-I-T-E-D Financial Service 15i N. Federal Phone 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Help Wtd., Molt 201 fervicti Offered 27 WANTED- -Scrub man — mornings. Park Inn Hotel. it Pays Dividends By Handling a Sunday Register Motor Route in Spare Time Requires 3 to 5 hours Sunday a. m. and a dependable automobile. Opening available. Phone 895 or 1898-J or Write P. O. Box 661 PART OR FULL TIME $50 to $75 Per Week If you are available five evenings each week from 5 to 9 P. M., we will train you to make that kind of money making calls for us. We are a nationally known company conducting a proven sales program in principal cities. To qualify you must have a neat appearance. Full time men can double those earnings. WRITE A-7, GLOBE-GAZETTE CESSPOOL, septic tanks, toilets, cisterns cleaned, repaired. Prompt service. Write Jim Easley, Box 134, Clear Lake. WANTED SHELLING With new No. 6 sheller. Will also furnish trucks. PHONE 69-R-ll or 69-J-ll MARRIED man wants Job on farm. Exp. refs. furn. Ph. 525-J4 or Inq. 4'A mis, E. of Mason City, la. PERSONAL LOANS—$50 to $400. Fidelity Discount Co., 30 1st St. N. E. F. H. A. LOANS for house repairs at the United Home Bank & Trust Co, Ex-Sheriff in New Position Name George Murray Probation Officer New Hampton—George C. Murray was appointed probation officer for the 13th judicial district, consisting of Allamakee, Clayton, Winneshiek, Payette, Howard and Chickasaw counties, by W. H. Antes, West Union; G. B. Richter, Waukon, and T. H. Goheen, Calmar, the district judges. Mr. Murray, who has just completed 18 years as sheriff of Chickasaw county, will have his office in the courthouse here as soon as office space is available. Loans Loans NEED QUICK CASH? SPECIAL INVITATION TO YOU We Invite You to Borrow "MONEY IN MINUTES" at FEDERAL DISCOUNT CORP. 19i No. Fed. Ave. Phone 516 Confidential Service in Our Private Consultation Rooms. FARM loans 4%. No commission. Prompt closing. Pay as you like. Romey Realty. Phone 534. Help Wtd., Female 21 WANTED—Secretary for part time work. Afternoons or evenings. Write N-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED—Dishwasher at 601 South Federal Ave. WANTED—Girl for bookkeeping In Mason City retail business. Must have knowledge of typing and shorthand. Write H-3, Globe-Gazette. HOIUM for Sol* 35 FOR REAL Estate, consult C. R. Brown, realtor. Selling homes is our business. Authorized Maytag Sales and Service. Insist on Genuine MAYTAG PARTS They cost less by lasting longer. Wring«r rolls for all makes cut to fit while you wait. HOME APPLIANCE CO. 201-03 South Federal Ave. Phone 162 Mason City, Iowa WANTED—Girl or woman for housework, Mon. through Friday. Ph. 2953 after 6 p. m. WANTED—W a 11 r e s s. Lunch, 12 S. Wash. Apply Crystal WANTED—Kitchen help. Ph. 1529. LOANS—$25 to $300. State Finance Co., 201 Weir Bldg. Phone 1038. Death Notices PASCHEN, Mrs. William, 95, died at her farm home 2 miles north of Fertile about 2:30 a. m; Wednesday, following an illness. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at the Methodist church at Clear Lake, with the Rev. Warren Hubbard officiating. Interment will be at the Clear Lake cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. ANDERSON, Sgt. Robert H., was killed in action In England, June 24, 1944. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Patterson-James chapel, with the Rev. Alvln N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Full military rites will be conducted at the Field of Honor In Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home In charge. Suffers Broken Hip Manly—Mrs. Odessa Werle, long time resident of Manly, fell while on her way to work Wednesday, breaking her left hip. Mrs. Werle works at a cafe here and had reached the corner in front of the Prantle garage when she fell on the icy walks. A passerby carried her to her home, where her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Finch, lives, and she was taken by ambulance to Mercy hospital, Mason City. | Wednesday. there Wednesday, having in poor health for several McKinley Cub Pack Awards Are Presented Forty-three parents and .cubs attended the monthly meeting of cub pack 11 at McKinley school Thursday night with Robert Squires, cubmaster, in charge. Den mothers presented awards. In den 2, Roy Albertus received denner stripes; Dick Squires, assistant denner stripes; Robert Hacker, wolf badge and Dennis Peterson, bobcat badge. Cubs of den 4 receiving awards were Roland Spencer, Charles Moren and Paul Klevas, wolf badges. Mrs. Alvin Albertus is den mother of den 2 and Mrs. Louis Duda of den 4. Allen DeWitt played piano solos, Robert Hacker one on 1he violin and Carlos Melen.dez with his saxophone. Bill Le Due and Gary Peterson also entertained. Den chiefs Bill Burzette and Jerry Allen had charge of games. Mrs. Frank Hacker was in charge of the refreshments for parents in the kitchen while the boys enjoyed sack lunches. Plans were made for the February blue and gold party. Garner Firm Shows New English Fords Garner—Bud Prltchard, owner and operator of the Garner Auto company, announces that the firm has beer,, named as distributor of the English built Ford motor cars —the Anglia and Prefect. The first showing of the new models was and°she was taken by ambulance I held at the Ford, showrooms here Twins Succumb Charles City — Committal services were held at Riverside cemetery Thursday afternoon for the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ed G. Ries of Iowa Falls. One child, Ralph Michael Ries, died shortly after birth Monday in an Iowa Falls hospital, while the other died there at noon Wednesday. The Rev. Edna M. Fellows, pastor of the First Christian church, officiated at the services, with local arrangements in charge of the Hau'ser funeral home. Ries formerly lived in Charles City attending school here some 10 years ago. GAFFNEY, Mrs. Jennie, 72, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Tompkins, 008 12th N. E., at 11:50 p. m. Thursday, following a long illness. Funeral services will be held Monday at 9 a. m. at the Holy Family church, with Msgr. R. P. Murphy officiating. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks WE WISH TO THANK all our friends and neighbors, American Legion and Aux. of Thornton, the Amvets and Ladles Aid of Swaledale, the Hev. H. A. Walker and the Major Funeral Home, who so kindly helped us In every way and for the beautiful flowers and cards for our beloved son and brother, Jackie. It will never be forgotten. Mrs. and Mrs. Hans Brood, Brothers and Sisters. OUR CLIENTS WANT GOOD MORTGAGES ON MASON CITY RESIDENCES Low Interest rate: Liberal prepayment privileges. No red tape. No delay. Also long time farm mortgages at lowest Interest rates. Inquire HUGH H. SHEPARD Suite 205 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284-285 MASON CITY. IOWA HOME OWNERS Protect your property with an F. H. A. IMPROVEMENT LOAN! Repay out of income over a period of 36 months Phone No. 3 for immediate attention to your financial needs. INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPARTMENT First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA WO/WEN WANTED : or Sewing Machine Operators _Experience not necessary, uuaranteed earnings while learning. Paid holidays and vacations, health benefits. Pleasant working conditions. Mode-o-Day Corp. 840 12th N. W. Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Approx. 1,225 bales of straw, 40c a bale. P. O. Box 12, Clear Lake. Ph. 189-R2. FOR SALE—700, bales of good straw. 12 ml. E. of Osage. Ph. 584. Romey Realty Co. FOR S AT .F—Baled clover hay. Clem Hebel. Ph. 69-R11. FOR SALE—Baled timothy and clover hay. E. R. Berghefer, Ph. 181-R11. FOR SALE—800 bales choice timothy and clover hay. R. F. D. 2. J. A. Love, Garner, FOR SALE—600 bales bright clean straw, In barn. 40c bale. 1 ml. S., 1 mi. W. Plymouth. Ed Bernhardt. FOR SALE—Baled straw. Amll Johnson, 2 ml. E. of Hanlontown. Funeral Director MEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly, service. Phone 1505. Ambulance PATTERSON - JAMES Funeral Home. Known for Service. Ambulance oxygen equipped. 322 N. Washington. Ph. 1140. MAJOR Funeral Home. Phone 511. "Major Service Meets Your Need." Auto or Air Ambulance. McAULEY & SON Funeral Home. A distinguished, dignified funeral service. Ambulance. 8 South Adams. Call 651. Personals DRIVING to Cal. Will give ride to party helping drive. State age and phone number. Write G-7, Globe-Gazette. MEN, WOMEN! Old? Get pep! Feel years younger at 40, 50, 80. Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up body old just because lacking iron; also contain vitamin Bl, calcium. New "get acquainted" size only 50c. At all druggists—in Mason City, at Ford Hopkins and Osco Drug. Lost, Found LOST—Clgaret lighter New Year's Eve. on Fed. Ave. Ph. 5617-J. Money to Loan 8 FOR SALE—Baled hay. Henry G. Caspers, Swaledale, la. Business Opportunities 18 FOR SALE—Grocery store. Good location. Priced to sell. Write B-8, Globe- Gazette. FOR SALE—Cafe. Doing good business Reason for selling, poor health. Orvie Blunt, Rudd. FOR SALE—Cafe and filling station Living quarters. Manly, Ph. 4701. Help Wtd., Mole 20 WANTED—Married man for farm work, Must be Al. Ph. 49-J4. WANTED—Meat market manager. Davle's Food Market, Decorah. MECHANICS WANTED 2 Trained Mechanics—preferably Chevrolet, also Body and Paint Man Top wages, excellent working conditions. Blomster Motor Co. 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 are 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 117'A N. Federal Ave. Phone Ml Over Green Mill Cafe SWEA CITY WANTED—H a n d y man: Carpente: painter and carpet layer. 328 2nd St N. W. Ph. 50I1-W. Nationally Known Feed Company WANTS 2 SALESMEN OVER 35 Must have car. State experience, wages desired and references. WRITE R-7, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED—Married man on farm, vln Evans. Ph. 15-F4. Mel PLUMBING Free estimates on plumbing . . . heating and water systems. Call Dick Beebe at 860 Montgomery Ward DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1672. WANTED—By married farmhand: Job with progressive farmer for comfng year. E. C. Williamson, Kanawha, Iowa. Instruction 28 COMPLETE YOUH high school by home study. All texts furnished. No classes. Write: American School Office, 1905 So. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls. S. Dak, Business Locations 30 WE HAVE some cash out-of-town buyer* looking for 5 or 6 rm. modern house*. Contact Oleson Co. Ph. 108 or 8M8-W, New Car and New House Trailer List Price. For information CALL 3530 ALBERT LEA, MINN. OR WRITE TO BOX 14 FOR SALE " INCOME PROPERTY 2 All Modern Large, Light Units. Full, large basement. New large size gam forced air furnace. Good lot. Close to schools, close In. Immediate possession, JIM ANDERSON 114J South Fourth Clear Lake YOUR HIGHLANDS HOME We present for your Inspection and approval these very fine new homes in beautiful Highlands—all equipped with Lennox forced air furnaces. Some ready to occupy, others nr.der construction. Priced from $10,950.00 No. 18 704 - 15th St. N. E. No. 19 715 - 16th St. N. E. No. 20 711 - 16th St. N. E. No. 21 712 - 16th St. N. E. No. 22 708 - 16th St. N. E. All built under >. H. A. specification!!, F. H. A. and G. I. financing. ASSOCIATED BUILDERS, INC. Builders of Fine Homes 309 First National Bank Bldg. Evenings Call 2823-W FOR SALE—Excel. 5 rm. bungalow, 3 yrs. old. In Grandview. Close to school. Ph. 2305-W. FOR RENT—Storage warehouses. Large and small. Beck Bros.. Co., 409 S. Federal Ave. WANTED—Girl to take care of 2 small children In my home. Ph. 2454-J. WANTED—Night cook. 11 p. m. to 6 a. m. 6 day week. Apply Buehler Cafe, 20 S. Federal. WANTED—Girl or woman for housework. Good working condition. Excel- ent salary. 215 N. Madison. WANTED—Part time employment for 2 Hamilton students (male). Phone 045. WANTED—Practical nursing t>y middle aged lady, by the hour or day. H-7, Globe-Gazette. Write WANTED—Work of any kind by boy 16. Phone 5589-R. Help Wtd.. Mole, Female 23 WANTED—Printer. Single man with floor experience. Also young man or lady in- erested in doing newspaper work. Clear Jake Mirror, Clear Lake, Iowa, Salesmen 25 SALESMEN—Crew mgrs. One of the outstanding casualty companies in Iowa desires the services of men who can accept responsibility as leaders of crews selling hospltalization, health and accident insurance., Openings in many sections of the state. This Is truly a remarkable opportunity and a lucrative proposition. Sell on bonafide leads. Not iust names and addresses. For informa- ;lon, write Mr. Gill, Combined Casualty Co. 630 Liberty Bldg., Des Molnes, la. Rooms for Renf 32 FOR RENT—Mod. sleeping rm. for 2. Gas heat. Ph. 2626-J. FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Men or working couple. 328 2nd St. N. W. Kitchen privileges. FOR RENT—Large slpg. rm. for 1 gentleman at 225 3rd N. E. Apply at 231 4th St. N. W. FOR RENT—Sleeping room in private home. Gentleman only. Phone 3410-W. FOR SALE—Very attractive two bedroom Clear Lake bungalow. Close-in location. Full basement with gas furnace. This small ^home has a thoughtfully planned room arrangement. You will enjoy it. Good terms. Stuart Realtors. Clear Lake. Apt*, for Rent WILL share cozy apt. with congenial bus. women. Separate sleeping room. Ref. req. Write "3-7, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT—At C. L., furn. apt. 1 large room, efficiency kitchen, priv. bath. Ph. 336 Clear Lake. D. E. Kenyon. FOR RENT—2 room furnished apt. Close in. For working couple. Write A-5, Globe-Gazette. Houses for Rent 34 For Rent at Cl. Lake FURNISHED SMALL DUPLEX Kitchen, dinette, living room, bedroom and bath. Available Jan. 10. PHONE 170-W, CLEAR LAKE 840 W. SECOND ST. Services Offered 27 FARMERS and laborers needing help with income tax returns, call Vola Heisley, Manly, la. Ph. 4701 for appointment day or eve. FOR SALE—Exceptionally well built four bedroom home on small acreage at Clear Lake. This is one of those houses that would cost a fortune to build today. Large, roomy and in very good condition. March 1st possession. Clear Lake. Stuart Realtors, WANTED—Washings. Phone 1623-W. WILL CARE for little girl, 3 or 4 years old. $2 a day. Phone 5740-J. ASHES and rubbish hauled. Basements cleaned. Ph. 4645-J. WRINGER ROLLS and washer repairs. L. A. Wright. Ph. 1849-J or 3623-J. MIRROHS resllvered. Guaranteed. Macket's, 417 2nd St. N. W. Phone 782. SEWING machine repairing and rebuilding—all makes, parts and supplies. Mason City Appliance Store. 21 1 S. Federal. Phone 1 103. WALL PAPER hanging Is our business. Phone 3441-W. Authorized Skelgas INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PHONE 5574 Houses for Sale 35 FOR SALE—Near new 27 ft. house trailer, completely equipped. Oil heat, gas cook; owner living In It. 1217 4th S. W. FOR SALE—2 bedroom bungalow in south part. Paving, 2 lots, partly modem. Poss. in 2 weeks. Ph. 108 or 1594. Oleson Co., FOR SALE—Trailer house, 21'A ft. Nearly new. Arnold Heldecker, Britt. Ph. 5242. JUST COMPLETED—2 bedroom hous», decorated throughout. Gas heat, good location. 812 E. State. Ph. 3327-W. Immediate Possession 3 Bedroom House Hot water heater, softener, auto, gai heat, fireplace, carpeting, newly decorated Inside and out. 1 block to Monroe school, 2 blocks to Holy Family. On bus line, $12,750. 320 Ninth St. N. W. Inq. 723 N. Monroe, Ph. 1686-LJ FOR SALE—Attractive 24x30 ft. bungalow, $2,833, erected on your foundation. Also pther sizes. Free del. 100 mis. Exceed FHA and city codes. Not a prefab. Good dry lumber. For complete Information on what these houses are and what they include, write for our folder, or call the Fanning Supply Co., Watervtlle, Minn. Open 8 to 5. No Sunday. MOVE RIGHT IN 1 BEDROOM HOUSE Just completed. Full basement. A dandy little home—$4950.00 W. L. PATTON 109 East State St. Sale or Rent B35 • FOR SALE OR RENT IN CLEAR LAKE Bungalow close in. Near completion. Living room, 2 bedrooms, tiled bathroom, kitchen with dinette space. Full basement. Gas Heat, Phone 79 Clear Lake, Iowa Lots for Sale 36 FOR SALE—Lot located In Forest Park, Reasonable. Art Skram, Kensett. Ph. 94. FOR SALE New Mod. Homes F. H. A. and G. I. Approved. Immediate possession. PETERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. Clear Lake Phone 577-J For Sale-Residence AT 14 FIFTH ST. N. E. Oak finish, full basement, double garage. Two bathrooms, stoker, 60 foot lot. $100 month income upstairs. Selling account of sickness. H. J. DODERER FOR SALE Income Property Close in. Large downstairs apt. to live in, Pri. bath. Over S100 per.month Income. Good condition. Coal heat. Nearly new roof, garage. SEE GUILD, 34 Second N, E. Phone 867 or 1589 FOR SALE—New, used house trailer. S. ;roadway Trailer Sales, Albert Lea, Egeland Skelgas and Appliance 18 South Delaware FOR SALE—2 bedroom house. Newly constructed In Highlands. Near school. 1437 N. Rhcde Island. OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service ZENORS We HOUSE FOR SALE have for sale a well built, Authorized Packard Service H&HMotors 12 Seventh St. S. E. Call KELROY'S 441 For Repairing and Replacing GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS slightly run down 5 room house for only $7,200.00. This includes a new coat of paint outside In the spring. The floors are hardwood and need some work. Good location east part of town, 2 blocks to school. Can be handled by G. I. for $600 down. This Is a large home and one of the best buys we've had In some time. Possession yet today. Romey Realty Co. Phone 584 NEW HOUSE TRAILER Inventory Sale 33 Foot With Shower $D")QCOO Was $3695.00, Sale Price 3Z.7J 30 Foot With Shower, $-)-J-jrQQ Was $3175.00, Sale Price ^ / / J 27 Foot Alma De Luxe, ) Was $3375.00, Sale Price 21 Ft. Alma Standard, $1QOCOO Was $2195.00, Sale Price ' 'OJ Several more to choose from. All have Bottle Gas, Electric Refrigeration. SOUTH BROADWAY TRAILER SALES Albert Lea, Minn, FOR SALE—Cheap. Two estate lots. L. H. Rud, Attorney-at-Law, 20'A S. Federal. Acreage 37 10 ACRE. MOD. 5-ROOM BUNGALOW - CLEAR LAKE 3 A. Raspberries. Out bldgs. 10 A, more if you want it. Splendid location. Romey Realty Co. •PHONE 584 " 3 ACRES WITHIN CITY LIMITS Close in, near bus line, grad« ' school and grocery. Priced for quick sale. WRITE P. O. BOX 923, MASON CITY Farms for Sale 39 FARMS 2—80 acre farms with electricity, well located in Southern Minnesota. Possession March- 1st 1949. Priced right. Please write or call the BABCOCK AGENCY, Austin, Minnesota. Tele. 6707. 160 acre farm located near Austin on good road, 155 acres'tillable, fair building with electricity. Priced at $125.00 per acre. March 1st, 1949 possession. Please write or call the Babcock Agency, Austin, Minnesota. Tele. 6707 for further information. Babcodk Agency Austin, Minn. MARCH 1, 1949, POSSESSION 2 Highly Improved Farms In high state of cultivation. 320 ACRES AND 190 ACRES Also 80 acres, fair Improvements, and 80 acres unimproved. T. W. GILPIN Northwood, Iowa Farms for Rent 40 FOR RENT—140 A. farm. 8 mi. E««t, i ml. South of Manly. Joe Johanna. Plymouth, Iowa. Machinery FOR SALE— 1»J» JT-14 Karmall tractor and cultivator in excel, shapo. , . Little Oenlui plow, reas. Carl O. Olsen. 2 ml. N., >/i ml, E. of Grafton,

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