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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, April 19, 1947
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rttiiiiMii^ 12 April 19, 1947 M«l« Clly CU*»e>auttte, M»|M City. I* Midwest Livestock (SATURDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea, Austin. __ . Minn. Minn. Trend 75 C 7Sc Good Butchers— lower lower 140-150 Ibs $17.00 150-160 Jos $18.00 160-170 Ibs $20.50 $20.80 170-180 Ibs $21.50 $21.00 180-200 Jbs $22.50 822.60 200-220 Ibs $22.50 *22.8o 220-140 Ibs $22.50 92260 240-270 Ibs $22.50 »22 60 270-300 Ibs $22.25 $2235 300-330 Ibs $22.00 $2195 330-360 Ibs $21.75 $21.45 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs $19.25 $1935 300-330 Ibs $19.25 Jiszi 330-360 Ibs $19.25 $1925 360-400 Ibs $19.25 $19.3 **>-«° lb». $18.75 $18.75 450-500 Ibs $18.75 $18.75 500-550 IPS $18.73 $18.75 Waterloo $1 to $1.25 lower $19.25 $20.25 122.25 $22.25 $22.25 $22.25 $22.00 $21.75 $21.75 > $19.25 $19.25 $19.25' $19.25 $19.00 $19.00 $19.00 Cedar Rapids 50c to $1 lower $19.50 $20.50 $22.50 $22.50 $22.50 $22.50 $2235 $22.00 $21.75 $19.25 $11.25 $19.25 $19.25 $19.00 $18.75 N8.75 STOCK MARKET SHOWS RALLY New York, (£>)—Stocks rallied sharply in the latter part of Saturday's market, after many leaders had hit new lows for the last 6 months or longer, with steels leading the climb in reflection of reports that U. S. Steel and the union had reached an agreement. Most early losses running to 'a point or more were wiped out in the final half hour or converted into advances running to around 3 points for favorites. Activity broadened for a lengthy interval but slow downs eventuated before the close and scattered declines persisted. Transfers ran to about 700,000 shares. Bonds did better dividual basis. on an in- GRAIN MARKET IN LATE RALLY Chicago, (8>\— A late rally developed in grains on the board of trade Saturday with deferred deliveries of corn and oats pushing above the preceding close. Wheat closed J-2£ lower, May $2.56-$2.56J, corn was li lower to i higher, May ?1.73|-J, and oats were li lower to J higher May 88. STEADY MARKET ON LIVESTOCK Chicago, (ff)— AU livestock were quoted nominally steady Saturday with hogs selling at $22.00 to $24.25 at the end of a week which saw wide price declines. Hogs dropped $2.00 to $2.50 during the week, heavy "lard type" offerings suffering the widest declines. With producers sharply curtailing shipments, cattle worked higher during the week. Fed steers and heifers gained 50 cents. A few choice steers brought $28.00, the top. Most medium to good steers sold at $21.25 to $25.00. Cows and bulls continued in scarce supply. Old crop wooled and shorn lambs dropped 75 cents to $1.00 during the week. Most good and c«r»t mean MrtktaiUrlr UM.M f«»t, tken <m lament 2.U7S.5 feet, then *n a 1,482.8 feet radlvs curre canoave to tke Southwell Wl.J feet U the north and Bonta gorier section line •( Sec- lien 24, Townihlp »7, Xante tl, well of (he 31k f. M. at a point I,«&9 feet south of the north quarter corner of said Section 24. except the present roadi. Also all of that part of the NK'.i of Section 23. Ijrint between the above described M foot strip and Lime Creek and north of an east and west line parallel to and 1.08S feet north of the east and west quarter section line of the above mentioned Section 23, containing 8,739 acres, more or lets." You and coch of you are further notified that the said report of the appraisers will come on for hearing before the Board •f Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County owa. at their office In the Court House, Mason City. Iowa, at ten o'clock A. M,, May 12, 1947, at which time the said Board of Supervisors will proceed to a hearing on the objections or assessments of damages of any owner, mortgagee of record, or actual occupant of such land. ARTHUR HARRIS County Auditor. Cerro Gordo County, Xowa NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCOEPOBAHON OP MOHAWK A1EWAIS, INC. To whom It mar concern: Notice is hereby given that at * special meeting of the stockholders of Mohawk airways, Inc.. Mason City, Iowa, held at th office of Mohawk Airways, Inc.. on the 24th day of January A. D_ 1947. the Articles of Incorporation were amended by the adoption ol a resolution which amends the original Articles of Incorporation by striking that portion of Article Three of the Articles of Incorporation which required all transfers, conveyances and mortgages of any Interest whatsoever, of the assets of the corpora- S? n *?J be <3rci:utHl by the President or Vice President and the Secretary and Treasurer and Inserting Instead thereof the provision that all transfer* and conveyances of any estate) or interest In real property of the corporation and the) release ot any recorded lien on real or personal property shall be executed by the President or the Secretary of said corporation. any part of th« stock owned by him In this corporation and in such event h may do so without first giving any notice or making any offer to the corporation or to the stockholders. 3. The total authorized capital >tock o the corporation is Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) divided Into 500 shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars (»100 each, all of which shall be common stock The corporation may commence business when One Thousand Dollars ($1,000) In stock has been issued. No stock sbill be Issued until the corporation has received >ayment In full therefor at par In cash or property; provided, however, that when lock is to be issued for anything other than money. It must be subject to the pproval of the Executive Council of owa. as provided in Section 492.1! of the 946 Code ot Iowa. 4. This corporation commenced busi- ess on the 12th day of February A. D., 947, and shall continue for twenty (20) years from that date. 5. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of not less than two (2) nor more than live (5) directors were at $21.50 to Mason City Grain MASON CITY—For Saturday No. 2 oats, 34 Ibs. or better 84 No. 2 corn, new $1.5 Soybeans, 14% moisture $3.25 choice sales $22.00. (CSDA)—Salable bogs 500 (estimated): compared week ago hogs were generally S2 lower, sows and some extremely heavy butchers $2.50 lower. Salable cattle 200 (estimated): compared week ago: Regaining sharp declines early in week, fed steers and heifers closed 50c higher than late last week; receipts locally fell 6,000 head compared week earlier and week-end trade, stimulated by scarcity, active at advance; cows, bulls, and veal- crs as well as stock cattle continued very scarce; cows less active than steers, steady; bulls 25c higher; vealers weak at $22 down; stock cattle sold slowly at steady prices; mainly 517-19.25, with choice yearlings to $30.25; sharp price declines on slaughter steers and heifers ?arly in week curtailed rceipts threafter, but killer market rebounded promptly, with competition broad; choice weighty steers topped at $27, odd head »28, light steers $26.25 and yearlings $25.50: most medium to strictly good steers and ycar- thl» 27th day of March. A. D, "MOHAWK AIRWAYS, me. By MAXFtEXD M. MAJOR, President By ALTON J. HOTVEDT, Secretary NOTICE OF PROBATE Of WILL STATE OF IOWA, Gerro Gordo County ss. No. 6718. IN DISTRICT COURT, March Term. 1947. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an in- f t^!£?n °* wrltin s Purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Johanna M. Zlegler. Deceased, dated January 15. 19«. having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 19th day of May. 1947 Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Mason City, lowa.-before the District Court- of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock I". M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause rt,™S? ^fy. hav =. why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as aid teeSed! 35 ' W " ""* Testamenl o£ 1947 al<!d at Mason City, Iowa, April 17, S. H. MacPEAK. clerk of District Court. NOTICE OP IHE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX County, who shall be stockholders of the corporation. They shall be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders, the first of which meetings shall be held on the second Monday to January, 1948. and one shall be held on the second Monday in January of each year thereafter. Until their successors are chosen and qualified, tile board o£ directors shall consist of Carl J. Fox of Clear Lake. Iowa, Robert J. Warren of Clear Lake. Iowa, and John L. Johnson of Mason City, Iowa The officers of the corporation shall consist of a president, vice president and secretary-treasurer. The officers shall be elected by the stockholders at their annual meeting, and until their successors are elected and qualified, the officers of this corporation shall be: President, Carl J. Fox of Clear Lake, Funtnl Director McAULEY * SON Funeral How. A dla- tliictlve. diimlfletf funeral aenrlcc. Am bulance. < South Adams. Call (5L PATTERSON Funeral Horn*. Known for service. Ambulance. Ill North Wain Ington. Call 1140. MEYER Funeral Home. A Mauuful aerr- Ice need not be corUy. Ambulant* texvlce. Phone 1503. MAJOR Funeral Home, JOI Second H. X. Efficient Service plus Revenue*. Am bulance. Phone 511. Personal* TAOOtomn Matwnlty Mchutoo twit, tarluin for uniwnltdi stria. Low rate*, forking reducn etptna. ConOdenllil. 414 tut 27th. Kanau City. Mo. STANLEY Home Products. Phone 3M4-W. Ethel Adams, 1W 14th N. E. GOOD NEWS—OtllvcrlH tuck to normal on Spencer supporu. Ph. 44I1W. Lena Thomdlke, 1319 2nd S. ff. DR. Richardson's Health - Products at Norma's Bath Salon, 510 N. Georgia. Help , Mali 20 WANTED WOOL PRESSEB Experience preferred but not necessary. Marshall & Swift Lost, Found CARL J. FOX ROBERT J. WAKREN JOHN L. JOHNSON EDWARD R. BOYLE 2ncOT l»rators. Attorney for Incorporators. STRAYED—Brown and white male Springer Spaniel dog. Bad collar and long chain. Reward. Return to 511 21st St. S. E. or Ph. 3602. LOST—Tarp cover between Emery and Ventura. Reward. Ralph Hestaess. Thompson. Ph. Abbott Serv. Station. STRAYED from his home at 1423 N. Hd. Island, black male, Screwtall Bulldog. Wed. A. M. Baby's pet. Reward. Return to above address or Ph. 5102-J. Money to Loan 8 CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Saturday's Market) Cfclcaco, (<?}— WHEAT— High .... 2.58% 2.21% May July .. Sept Dec CORN— May July .. Sept Dec July Sept Dec BARLEY— May LARD— July Sept. Oct Nov . 2.14 . 1.75 . 1.67% . 1.5514 . 1.42!4 .80% .75% .74 , ..22.75 ,.21.75 Low 2.56 2.18% 2.13 V4 2.11H 1.7214 1.65'A 1.53 1.40 .87% .79% .74% .72% 22.50 S1.50 18.75 Close 1.56 2.1914 2.14!4 2.12 1.73% 1.67 1.54V4 .88 .80 .75% -72 ii 1.61% 22.7S 21.75 20.75 18.75 CHICAGO CASH CHAIN (Saturday's Market) Chicago, </P)_NO wheat. Corn No. 3 yellow 51.78; No. 4. $1.74; •NO. o, $1.63. 16.50, good kinds reaching $18.50, little Classified Advertising Rates 5% discount « paid at time ot insertion. 3% discount on all classified ads paid within 10 days ot last insertion. Cards of Thanks $125 fa Memoriarn .. $1.25 for 15 lines Regular rate of 20 cents a line tor anything over 15 lines SIGNATURE . AUTO FURNITURE LOANS COMPLETE AND IMMEDIATE SERVICE FOR MEN AND WOMEN ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA UNITED Financial Service •Family Finance Counsellors" 15j North Federal Phone 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Stor* GEORGE F OLSON. MGB. Assistant to Owner Partially retired businessman wants competent man to assist lira in running small business consisting of farms, loans and stock business. Must be a good bookkeeper, typist, good at details, good memory. Sales and banking experience very helpful but not necessary. Must have excellent business judgment. State age, education, experience, ataonality, church and lodge affiliations, different lines of business and activities familiar with from boyhood up. Will be in complete charge of business when employer away. Man under 50 desired. Pleasant full time or part time might be arranged. Or might conduct suitable business of own from same office. BOX 602, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA Help WM., Mite. Ftmoto 23 WANTED—Rostry cook ond waitress. Soda Grill. WANTED Waiter or Waitress Apply Maple Inn WANTED—Mtn or women 1o work dance nlfhti only. Goad ytj. good nolOT . to . qulr« Avmlon Ballroom, JiinJy. Iowa. Saknmn 25 TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES This Js 6 Bolnt typ« TDe rat« for IWs size type ire- Count 32-33 letters and spaces to lint Salable sheep 100 (estimated); compared week ago: Receipts light but demand narrow; old crop wooled and shorn lambs 75c to $1 lower than last week's close; spring lambs and yearlings too scarce to quote; small lots slaughter ewes steady to 25c lower: week's top $22.35 for one car good and choice 95 Ib. fed wooled western lambs; 5 cars comparable 85 to 102 Ib. averages $22.25, most other good and choice shipments with more weight ,«n medium grade end $21.50-22, double good and choice 132 Ib woolskins S20, 4-Ioad-strong 108 Ib. med- urn and good wheat-pastured wooled ambs $19.50. 2 loads medium and good Dated .,„.„ »,, .,„,,. S - H - MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF IOWA STEEL BUILDINGS, INC m It May Concern: _,_ a hereby given that we. whose names are hereto subscribed, have associated ourselves as a body corporate un- r , J ?r ov ' sl ° ns ° f Chapter 491 of Title K of the 1946 Code of Iowa, and the I.*,™"*"} 0 ™ "!?"" and supplemental .. an goo . 1 Ib. Colorado woolskins $20 at closi, ll Art ' ars largely good and choice 85-107 Ib a Jipped lambs Wo. 2 to fall shorn pelts mena 5 e , t °' and 4 ° "-at end have adopted rt 'dfs of Incorporation which prov de lows: e - , fall shorn pelts ,„ ,.J5?J name ° e «"« corporation shall N IOWA STEEL BUILDINGS 19-20; good and choice wooled slaughter — «"-""• comparable e™dei Tom I ^ b f 2. ' > be dt "f P^jipal place of business at Mason City, Iowa. Local Livestock Barley malting $1.60@1 90 feed »JO®1.40 nominal. clover $43047; sweet nominal; , -„ $7.40®® 75 S"- 50 ® 18 - 50 ; timothy BOGS MASON I $1.75-$2 lower. Good light lights Good light lights Good light lights Good light lights Good med. weights ... Good med. weights ... Good med. weights ... Good med. weights ... general^ nature of the business the corporation shall I nf h,,(M. '"""? and carry on lhe business | of builders and contractors for the p u " a £ socted as lOilo ws: 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 7 Lines 3 Lines J Lines 9 Lines 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days .$ .40 $1.02 $1.80 .60 .80 1.00 1.40 1.20 1.60 1.80 1.53 2.04 2.55 3.57 3.06 4.08 4.59 2.70 3.60 4.50 6.30 5.40 7.20 8.10 This is 10 point type. The rates for this size type are— Count 25-28 letters «nd ipaco to Un« 2 Lines 3 Lines 4 Lines 5 Lines 6 Lines 7 Lines 8 Lines 9 Lines 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days $ .50 $1.32 $2.40 75 1.98 360 .. 1.00 2.64 4.80 1.25 3.30 6.00 .. 1.50 3.96 7.20 .. 1.75 4.82 8.40 :. 2.00 5.28 9.60 2.25 5.94 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Day 3 Days 6 Days 1 Inch ....$1.10 S3.15 $6.00 NEED A LOAN? SIMPLY PHONE 541 YOU CAN BORROW $20 TO $300 on salary, car or furniture, without endorsers, your ability to repay Is the only requirement and you may take 2 to 12 or mora months to repay depending on tit purpou of your lotn. Household Finance CORPORATION LOANS MADE TO FARMERS and residents of nearby towns TUNE IN "THE WHISTLER" 9 P. M. Wed, KGLO MEN NEEDED TN THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: Pattern Makers Chipping and Grinding Core Makers Radial Drill Operators Lathe Operators Construction Labor Foundry Labor Yard Labor Day and Night Shifts Minimum Starting Rate Ninety-eight Cents per Hour Apply at The Oliver Corporation CHARLES CITY, IOWA I NEED SALESMEN Immediately for profitable sales work in several localities in Iowa. Y °W at* detmt make much difference. pelthtr to It otatutr Oat you be a "On. "•yd" "J"™"- You malt "•"• • «•* and a derin to make * better than ntr- ijw toconw^ i thew two quahflcitioni, you at our excenx and i quickly have you eamin, around S100 weekly and more to a few wteka Urn*. Write, string brief outline ot put experience*— SALESMANAGER P. O. Box 1562, Des Moines, Iowa Serricts Offtrtd 27 OMwf*a 27 Washing Machine Service Washing Machines repaired and Reconditioned, MCW WRINGER ROLLS AMD FASTI FOR ALL MAKES Vied Waihcn for tale, alw N*w MantfM. Free Pickup and Delivery. 71 hour lervlc*. Service and fiatiabcUon With a Smita. At J10 *. Delaware Pace* MM Mason City Washer Co. The Only Authorized Maytag Sales & Service '.a Mason City and Cerro Gordo bounty. Factory trained mechanics, Genuine Maytag parts. A guaran- ee that means something. HOME APPLIANCE CO. Phone 162 201-03 S. Federal MASON CITY WANTED—Sewing, alterations and twin * * peel * lt3r HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE or experienced and economical ocal and long distance moving. Ottic* at 823 Fourth St S. W. CAIilOTO do housework for elderly lady couple. 433 2nd St. N. E. Basement Excavating Sewer or water ditches dug by machine. Have a few days open now for work. BEN HOYT, Trailer Camp Unit No. 26, Mason City Phone 1768-LJ WANTED—Custom plowing: also garden plowing. C. A. Morse, 317 25th S W Ph. 4268-W. DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding. Ph. 1671 We Have and Install Safety, Sheet and Plate Glass For AU Cars S.&H.WOLF 816 So. Fed. Ave. Mason City, Iowa Phone 3292 Instruction 28 CESSPOOLS, aeptic tanto, toileta and cisterns cleaned. Anjrwhere. Write Jim JSajly. Nora Springs. MIBROBS resllvered. Factory proceM. Guaranteed. Macket'j. Phone 783. LOANS $25 to f300. State Finance Co 201 Weir Bldg. Phone 1038. LOANS,. Federal Discount 1814 North Federal. Telephone 511 SEE the United Rome Bank and Truat Co. for real estate mortllfe ioanj. JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN AD-TAKER ..170-180 ..180-200 521.50 i»i VMII -JVT ™ i ypn"*™™* °t houses, factories, build- S"?"n gf™ ln *?' Jworks or erections o£ every kind SS HUS Stlr5 Cr & ^°S"'>^V{"he •SS-S2SJ-2 ""a*.' •>9n 9=;rv «9i en . «=o«*puun wnazsoeV' "S^gJ-S 11!™'!'"'-', .^ta* o«t and constructing of Produce (Quotation* by E. o. Mono MASON CITY—For Saturday Eggs, current receipts ... 40c Heavy hens, 4i Ibs. and over 25c Light hens, under 4} Ibs. ... 20c Old cocks 12c Eggs, at retail _.. 44-47 c Butter, Iowa State Brand 72-74c Butter, Corn Country 66-73c Higher Costs Cuts M. and St. L. Income Higher costs of maintenance and train operation, brought about mainly by wage increases, combined with reduction in traffic volume, caused by strikes in various industries, reduced net income of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway by $134,752 in 1946, according to the annual report of the road, submitted Saturday to stockholders on behalf of the directors by L. C. Sprague, president. Last year's net income, after all charges was $439,288, compared with $574,040 in 1945. Total payroll of the M. & St L increased about $1,415,000, while average annual wage per empolye' had risen from $1,759 in 1940 to $2,869. Operating revenues amounted to $14,570,115 in 1946 compared with $15,573,062 in 1945, while freight receipts declined from $14,490,723 to $13624,064. M. & St. L. tax accruals were $1,058,004, against $1,075,540. Net operating income dropped from $593,452 to $443,938. The M. & St. L. placed $1,228,518 worth of new equipment in service during 1946, including one Diesel freight locomotive of 4 050 horsepower; eight 1,000 horsepow- re Diesel combination road and switching docoinotives and 31 flat cars. On order for delivery in 1947 are another 1,000 horsepower Diesel, 300 hopper cars, 50 of which already have been received, 250 gondola cars, 600 box cars and 6 S^fui.! •*-**•*•«•• .TUU-^JU -JJ1O.UU Good sows 450.500 S18 . 00 Index to Classified in Memorials . ,A2 fair cows Canners and cutters Good bulls Medium bulls ""'" Bologna bulls ...... CALVES - . $10.50-12.00 granite, stone and other products and ... S S.50-11.00 materials including the quarrying of . . S13.50-15.50 stone, to buy, acquire, hold, use employ .. 513.00-15.00 mortgage, convey, lease, and dispose of . $12.00-14.00 Patent rights, letters patent, processes , inventions, trademarks, formulas' c Good Medium , , MASON CITY— For Saturday *"!* ™! u and other rights; to take, ac- IS 5"™- bu ?-,, h °lf. ; °™. maintain, work. . 11900 ..... Culls $10.00-12.00 SHEEP MASON CITY—For Saturday Choice genuine spring lambs .... $21.50 Good genuina spring lambs $20.50 cS?"™*iS!l i .S5 W ri ?8_l?mba .... $18.00 '. » 7!SQ . * 8.50 . » 5.50 . $3.50 Good ewes ...'.' Medium ewes Common ewes LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR Cerro Gordo County, dev <-'°P. «11, convey, lease, mortgage exchange, improve and otherwise deal in and dispose of real estate and real property or any interest or rights therein without limit as to the amount; to lend money and to accept as security for the payment thereof mortgages upon real ' 5?"..*! 1 ?: that the under- and of Martha Pals, Deceased, .late of Cerro G ° rdo .County. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immcdi- ?l e .,?_? y . ment : ™d those having elate Clerk of the District Court RALPH S. STANBERY. modern stainless coaches. steel passenger CLUB WOMEN TO MEET New Ulrn, Minn., (U.R>—Repre- sentatives of Business and Professional Women's clubs in the fifth district will be guests Sunday at the first anniversary celebration of the local B. and P. organization. . H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. NOTICE Ashley £. Ferrier. Pearlie I. Fcrrler, and the Metropolitan utc Insurance Company, a corporation o« the Slate ot New York. 0| you are <!,, - fied that the duly appointed and qualified appraisers who were appointed to MSd . niara caused pp condemna- «,. e conemna- tion of the following described real estate for road purposes by Cerro Gordo County. Iowa have filed their written report, as provided by law. with the Board of Supervisors of said county: "Commencing at the north qsarter corner of Section 23, Township 97 Ranre SI. wtst ot the 5th p. M. and runnlnf east on section line 1,1/WI.Z feet, then left 153° >n ( 52 mlnatej IM.7 feet tangent to a 933 foot radius curve concave to the southwest, then southeasterly alonj said curve 93.8 feet to point of DCtinninr. then continuing on £!?! """' e ~' 3 -' ! '"*• thtn O" tanxenl ZW.2 feet, then on a. 1.43S.S foot radius estate and Personal property; to sell buildings of any kind, as well as real estate upon contract and to take and accept purchase price mortgages. •>«-«jn c. To manufacture, buy. sell, trade and deal in, both at wholesale and at retail, steel products and steel buUdings. d. To buy, sell, manufacture, repair, liter, let, hire and deal in all machinery and appliances necessary incidental or associated with the business or businesses operated by this corporation; to carry on any other business which may seem to me corporation capable of being conveniently carried on in connection with the powers or calculated directly or indirectly to enhance the values of the corporation's property or rights. c. To acquire and undertake all or any part of the business assets and liabilities of any person, firm, association, or corporation on such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon, and to pay for the same with cash, stock of this corporation, bonds, or otherwise, subject only to the provisions of the laws of the State of Iowa. 1. To issue bonds, debentures or other obligations of the corporation and to contract indebtedness and to secure the same by mortgage or mortgages, deed or deeds of trust or pledge or lien on any. or all of the real and/or personal property of the company. To enter into, make, perform, and carry out contracts of every kind not prohibited by law with any person, firm, association or corporation This corporation shall have all the power granted by law to private corporations organized for profit and to carry out any of the businesses, objects and purposes herein enumerated either within or without the Slate of Iowa g. This corporation shall have .in option to repurchase its issued and outstanding stock whenever the holder thereof desires to sell the same. The stock- hpldr desiring to sell his stock shall first offer to sell it to the corporation, and if it declines then to the various stockhold- Agents 26 Acreage 37 Apts. for Rent 33 Amusements .. 7 Auto Ac'sorles 62 Autos for Sale 60 Auto Trucks .. 61 Auto Financing 13 Beauty Shops . 12 Board, Room .. 38 Bus. Locations . 30 Bum. Op-ties ... 13 Bus. Eq'cna'nt 50A Cafes 14 Card of ThanJa 2 Cemeteries A3 Cleaners, Dyers 19 Cottages A35 Death Notices .. 1 Oogs. Birds. Pets « Electrical A22 Farms for Sale 39 Farms for Rent 40 Florists ,. 4 Foods 45 Funeral Director 3 Garages 52 Gardens A45 Help Wanted Male. Female 23 Help Wtd. Male 2D Kelp Wanted. Female ...... 21 Help Wtd with Investment .. Jfl Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Rent S4 H'seh'd Goods 54 Instruction .... 28 Insurance ..... 10 Investment .... 9 Uves'k for Sale 42 Location nrtd. A15 Lost. Found .. 6 Lots for Sale .. 36 Machinery .... 41 Misc. (or Rent 46 Misc. for Sale 44 Money to Loan *» Musical Instr. Nursery Stock Office Equi Offices for Optometrists .. 11 Chiropractor! .11A Personals fl Poultry. Eggj . 65 16 . 48 47 Ip. .. 60 Rent 49 ****** » I NEED MONEY? Easy to Pay $30 LOANS $300 See Mrs. Simon SECURITY LOAN CO. Room 321, 1st National Bank Bldj. »<$>$is$ „ Seedi, Feeds 17 Young Man for Grocery work, also Grocery delivery man. Raizes Grocery Dept. Apply in person Help Wtd., Femalt . 21 Drop us a card or stop in and tell us. We will be glad to Call For Your Laundry AND DRY CLEANING Ideal American Laundry CROWLEYS, Painters, Decorators, Remodelers and Paperhangers. Ph. 3536-J. Men and Women PREPARE NOW FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Check the advantages of Civil Service Employes: Well Paid Positions Permanent Work Vacations with pay Sick leave Pensions For further information write CIVIL PREPARATION SERVICE P. O. Box 3063 Seattle 14, Wash. t\ Buiineti Locations 30 WAITRESS wanted. 6 day« per week. Crystal Lunch, 12 S. Wain. WANTED—An experienced copywriter for department store. Must be able to write forceful, selling copy u well u Institutional. Department store background preferred. Write J-14, Globe- Gazette. WANTED—Lady for cleaning halls Part time work. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. WANTED—Waitresses. Cerro Gordo Cafe. BATTERIES for all makes of can TIRES Popular sizes and priced right H & H MOTOR SERVICE DEPARTMENT Sales PACKARD Service 12 Seventh St S. E. FOR RENT 12 ROOMS, 1960 SQUARE FEET FLOOR SPACE, SUITABLE FOR OFFICES, IN CENTER OF BUSINESS DISTRICT. INQUIRE W. W. ADAMS 56 River Heights FOR LEASE—Well located retail store room. Possession 30 or 60 days. See J. B. Youngblood. Room* for Rent 32 SHEEP shearinc blades sharpened. Saw Shop, 228 S. Federal, Mason City. WANTED—Housekeeper on farm. No objection to child. Hath Brothers, Leland. Iowa. FOR SALE—Lincoln and Earlyana soy bean seed. Germination good. Ames tested. Cleaned. Clear Lake Grata Co Ph. 23. FOR SALE—600 beans. Germ., 9! St. Ansgar, Iowa. bu. of Manchu soy C. J. Biederman, FOR SALE—Baled hay. Timothy and Business Opportunities 18 Radio ... Real Estate Real Est loans AS Rooms for Rent 32 Sale or Trade . 31 Sale or Rent Salesladies .. Salesmen .... Seeds. Feeds Services Ottered .... Situation Wtd. Trade Service . Wanted, Misc. . Wtd. to Borrow ,. Wanted to Buy 55 Wanted to Rent 57 Wear's Apparel 63 . B33 . 24 . !5 . 17 . 17 . 22 , 29 . 59 THE Perma-Stone Co., 719 East Hudson St., Columbus 11, Ohio, desires responsible dealer in this area The iidividual or organization selected will be granted an exclusive franchise for a patented process used 'on both old and new buildings. Nationally advertised Near no competition. A oew and fertile fteidi at most opportune time in history Tremendous profits. Qualified applicants can procure Indisputable facts. Experienced Grocery Clerk Apply in person RAIZES BUY a business. See Romey Realty Co. FOR SALE—Suburban cash grocery Suitable lor man and wife, stock and' *}» re ?:, ¥ od A apt ' to Mme Wd * Write -18, Globe-Gazette. Notices UNLESS special classification of ad is requested, customers must accept classified- tion of advertising department of this paper. SPLENDID opportunity oil marketing business in Mason City, la Contact I. L. Coryell & son, Lincoln, Nebraska? WANTED Experienced sales person for curtains, draperies and house-furnishings, in one of Mason City's leading stores. Excellent working conditions and good earnings. Our employes are aware of this ad. Write K-17, Globe-Gazette. CARPENTER repair, rubbish hauling odd jobs. 138 18th S. E. Ph. 2789-w! FOR RENT—Small bedroom to steady working girl. May jet your breakfast. Ill N. Adams Ave. Apartments for Rent 33 AUTO and truck repair service. Johnson Auto Repair. 14 6th St. N. B. Prompt Service on all makes of .cars. Repairs, lubrication, washing. Harold Motors, Inc. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 21 2nd S. W. Phone 188 Apartment For Rent I have available during summer months a good 10x36 bldg. Gas installed, furnished, for responsible G. I. and wife for living quarters. HOLT'S 1201 E. Main Clear Lake Phone 6S-W Houses for Rent 34 WANTED—Experienced waitress. Grill Cafe, Clear Lake. WANTED—S single girls, age 18 to 23 to do survey and advertising work Frea to travel. S150 a month guaranteed. See Mr. E. B. Jeans, Eadmar hotel, Mon. and Tues., 1 p. m. to 4 p. m FOR SALE-Black dirh rubbish, ash hauling and general hauling. Crop a post card to 1734 N. Del. or Ph. 3533-J Quick service. ASHES and rubbish hauled. Prompt service. Ph 5293-W. rfumpi PEAHI, and bead necklaces restrunz. WANTED TO TRADE-Rental ol 8 room mrick bungalow in Forest Park, lot rental ot apartment or house in neapolla. - ----- "• Iowa. Write Box «74, Mason city. Houiei far Sole 35 FOR SALE-2 rm. knotty pine lot cabin on 1 lot. 1118 16th N. E. FOB COMPUTE WANTED—Telephone operator. State experience letter. in ^ 3SM C!ty „y? ar - Gwd lease, good location, depression rent. A real go. $5 Soo takes stock, fixtures. lease and whole SeSty" Co*™* *° righl "" Help Wtd., Male 20 and qualifications in your Write P-19, Globe-Gazette. Death Notices 1 HERSEY, Elmer E., 75, died at a local hospital Friday evening, following an illness of about 2 weeks. Funeral services will be held at the major Memorial chapel at 10 a. m. Monday, with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Burial \vill be at Oak Hill cemetery. Parfc- ersburg. The Major funeral home In charge. WANTED—ONE GOOD DIRECT INDUSTRIAL SPECIALTY SALESMAN OVER 50. MUST BE RELIABLE HARD WORKER IF YOU QUALIFY WRITE W-19 GLOBE-GAZETTE. JONES. Manford. 93, aied at a local convalescent home at noon Saturday, following an illness. Funeral services will be held at Madrid, Iowa. Burial will be at Madrid. The Meyer funeral home in charee. NELSON. Fred A., C2. of 804 S. President, died Fridaj^afternoon at a local hospital, following an illness of about 4 weeks. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. Alvin N. Rogncss, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Elmwood cemetery. ncral home in charge. Burial will be at The Patterson fu- SEVERAI, more men needed at once. Steady employment. Apply in person. Stoddard Mfg. Co., 617 4th St. S. W SALESLADIES WANTED F. W. Woolworth Co. I REPAIR ALL MAKES OF Washing Machines Also have wringer rolls. I also repair and sharpen lawnmowerj. I buy washing machines and sell rebuilt. L. A. WRIGHT Phone 1849-J or 3623-J FOR SALB-AU mod. B tm. home S yrs. old, auto. heat. May 1 poss. Owner leaving city. #!,000 cash will handle. 043 Stn St. N r E» FOR SALE—Newly remodeled, completely rebuilt, 2 bedroom bungalow at Clear Lake. Modern. Gas heat. Furnished. Immediate possession. $4,500. Stuart Realty Co., Realtors, clear Lake. WANTED Waitresses, maids, and scrub women. Apply Manager or Assistant Manager Hotel Hanford WANTED-Full time errand boy for """* See Harry Gelt at Lapi- parts room. tiers. WANTED HOUSEMAN ALSO JANITOR Apply Manager or Assistant Manager. Hotel Hanford crs. wlthou A sale ot stock shall not be valid lut following this procedure. The price to be paid by the corporation or the stockholders shall not be less than the amount that can be obtained from others for said stock. Nothing contained in this paragraph shall prohibit a stockholder from transferring and assigning to anv member of. his immediate family all oV TffiTGEN. Mrs. Emelie W.. 68, died at a local hospital at noon Thursday, after an illness of about 1'A years. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Monday at the Patterson funeral home, with :he Rev. Ernest A. Bcrgcson, pastor ot [mmanue! Lutheran church, officiating Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery.' The Patterson funeral home in charge. Cord of Thanks WE WISH to thank our many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and for the beautiful flowers, during the illness and death of our loved one. The sincercncss of their expression and help is so greatly appreciated. Mrs. Minnie Brown and family Sisters and Brothers. DON'T READ THIS unless you are interested in making $75 per week or more. If you can speak the farmers' language, have plenty of ambition, have a car and are between the ages of 25-50 you would make a good Watkins Dealer. No cash investment needed. Get in business for yourself, with a future. Contact ARTHUR GRIFFIN at the Hanford Hotel, Mason City, Friday night, 7:00-9:00 o'clock, or Saturday, 8:30 a. m. - 4:30 p. m., April 18th and 19th. Get the facts. VERY desirable opening for experienced stenographer and office assistant. Interviews confidential. Coll mornings. Frank J. Enbusk, Certified Public Accountant, 309 First National Bank Bldg. GENERAL trucking, have tarp R. Turnbull. Ph. 51-F-82, Rockford, Iowa. FIRST CLASS Body and Fender Work Car Painting Free Estimates Mason City Nash Co. 1311 N. Federal Phon« 93$ FOR SALE Partially built house and plumbing fixtures, Midland Heights. Material available to complete. JOS. H. HAMILTON, Realtor Hanford Hotel, TeL 2960 WANTED-Second cook and pastry cook < 2 d «??_ y '. N .°_ s ™ d . il ' r w°£ k - Quick WANTED—Cashier. Requires general office experience, some typing. Good pay to right party, good working conditions. Please write letter of application to J-7, Globe-Gazette. CONTACT FARMSTEAD WIRING Free estimates furnished. FLOYD KING Rockwell, Iowa Phone 16-F-20 WA NTED_G,ri for general oHice work. Must be able to type. Temporary worn, Full or part time. Apply Petersen Hoof- WANTED—Lady to stay in home with semi-invalid. Light housework. 340 S. Fcnn. DISHWASHER wanted. Steady work.' Whltey's Cafe, 25 lit Stf S. E. WANTED—Waitress. Hours 7 a. m. to _ 3 . P- ra- Apply Buehler's Cafe, 720 S. Federal avenue. WANTED—Girls ond'women for laundry department. wooa pay. HO Sunday work. Quick /- i • -——.7 uw^ui imviii. I Lunch cafe, 114 s. Federal, phon* KB. I Call m person. Lyons Laundry. I You Don't Have To Be Without Seat Covers For that Nice Car! We can make and install fiber or leatherette covers for any and all makes of cars. SEE US NOW for that new Convertible top. Immediate Service on Body and Fender Work and complete painting. Complete Radiator Repair Service WeDoItAH!! See BILL MULDOON at Lapiner Motor Co. Telephone 1182 FOR SALE Grocery and Meats, good going business, modern fixtures. Good clean stock, brick building, 2 stories. Modern, located in good live town on main highway. Only reason for selling is my health. Write K-19, Globe-Gazette. AUCTION Saturday, April 26 6 Room Modem House 424 2nd St. N. W. INSPECT IT NOW. Bruce Chilson, Owner Joe Reisch & Co., Auct. j Lots for Sale 36 MIDLAND Heights lots. Reasonabla prices. $25 down. $10 Per month. Associated Investors, 218 First Nat'l Bank bldf. FOR SALE—Highlands lots. Real values Associated Investors, 218 First Nat! Bank Bldg. Acreoge 37 FOR SALE—« acres, garage, mod. house. Immediate poss. >/, mi. from small town on highway. $5,500. Inq. at 125 S. Jackson. FOR SALE—Acreage, modem house good outbuildings. L. M. Kollman, Nora Springs, Iowa. Farm* for Sale 39 FOR SA1S-160 acres, impr,, good land, well drained, near Sheffield, one-half mi. from paved road. Write R-IB, Globe- Gazette. Machinery 41 FOR SALE-Farmall "H" tractor, starter » a artf h £ l S at }*"*• A - : "»i a H. Sbelu, Graftou, Iowa. ^

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