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;*^ 12 Mar 2>, 19471 CM? Qtoto-GMMU, HUraClty, U. • Profit Plan Is Explained by Drummond A plan whereby employes may I share in the profits of industry w*s presented by B. J. Drummond on the KGLO forum Wednesday afternoon. "The plan provides distribution of profits to owners and employes, according to their respective investments of money, brains and brawn at the same rate of return," Mr. Drummond stated. "An mvestaent of $100, whether it be in money with which to erect a plant or in dollars worth of brains and energy to operate it at a profit, is entitled to the same rate of return. "In other words owners, who erect the plant, are entitled to no greater return than a're the ones who invest the same amount of dollars worth of time or energy in operation activity. Both have a risk to run. Owners in losing their plant and employes in losing their jobs. "An owner Invests his money in land, building's, machinery and raw materials in the hope, of (ecuiinc an adequate return tor the we of hii money. An employer invests bis time and energy in order to secure a return that will enable him to live on as high i standard as possible. > "Both owners and employes make then- respective investments in the hope of earning a profit from the product of their joint venture in manufacturing something saleable. "Suppose an industry realizes a profit of 8 per cent on its investment of money, brains and brawn. Prudence would dictate that before distributing profits a reserve fund should be laid aside to cover necessary replacements, obsolescence, and lean years when profits fell below a 4 per cent return on investments. If and when such conditions arose the reserve fund could be used to maintain distribution at not less than a 4 per cent rate of return. "Carrying the illustration further, a brawn worker has no investment of dollars in. the plant but he has invested a certain amount of dollars worth of energy for which he is .given a certificate that permits him to share in any profits that may be earned to the extent of his investment at the same rate of return as the money investor. "At present wage rates the brawn worker gets $1.50 an hour for 40 hours work a week or $3,120 a year. That worker has invested in industry, let us say, an amount of energy equal'to $78,000 at 4 per cent interest. Now let us suppose the industry, after laying aside a reserve fund, has a net profit of 6 per cent on the total investment of money, brains and brawn. The worker would receive 6 per cent instead of 4 per cent on his $78,000 investment or $4,680, instead of $ 3 .i2o. Bethlehem Lutheran Church Announces Vacation Bible School "Employes cannot wait until the end of the year when profits are determined therefore to meet living expenses during the year he would be allowed a drawing account equal to 80 per cent of his prospective profits or $72 a week. When profits are de'ter- - mined at the end of the accounting period he would be paid a balance of S936 in a lump sum that he could invest in the plant, if he so desires; and thus become a part owner and also receive 6 per cent on whatever he might choose to invest from year to year. "Other features of the plan includes 'Policy Committee' on which workers have a voice, through their elected representatives, in planning ways and means for increasing production and consequent profits. "This plan has already been approved by owners and employes who have given it considerable thought. It is a practical'applica- tion of the Golden rule: : 'As ye would that men should TRAVELING TOTEM — The Winnebago council Boy Scouts of America through its council organization and extension chairman, Dr. R. H. Kocnig, Charles City, is offering to the district of the council that has the largest increase in membership during the preceding month, "The Totem of the One- Eyed Eagle," shown above. "The Totem of the One-Eyed Eagle" is a traveling trophy. "It Sets aronnd and keeps its one eye open to learn new techincs and ways and means of getting boys into Scouting," the chairman explained. This past month Franklin district received the trophy from Dr. Koenig at the regular monthly meeting held in Hampton. Dale Zalger, vice chairman of the district, accepted the trophy on behalf of the district and made arrangements for it to be shown at all meetings of the institutions of the district that sponsor Scouting units. The district that wins the trophy the most times during this year will have permanent possession of it, it was announced. Each unit in the winning district showing an increase in membership will be awarded a small replica of the totem. " do unto them.'" you do ye also unto Arthur Hill Services Conducted; Burial at Grand Center Cemetery Funeral services for Arthur Hill, 53, who drowned in the Winnebago river Sunday, were held at the Patterson funeral home Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev. Wilbur F. Dierking, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "Going Home" and "In the Garden." Mrs. Earl Ehlers accompanied at the organ. City officials, and employes attended the services in a body. Pallbearers were members of the city street department, George Lange, K. J. Anderson, Wayne Burgess, Orin Burgess, Willis Baugh, and Willis Fitzgerald. Burial was at Grand Center cemetery northwest of Clear Lake. The Patterson funeral home in charge. William Brahm Rites Conducted; Interment at Elmwood Cemetery Funeral services for William Brahm, 79, who died Monday following a lingering illness, were held Thursday at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. Earl Ehlers played ob- sequial music on the organ. Pallbearers were Roy Whipple, Alvie Green. Odie Fritz, Paul Niday, Walter Becker and Frank Myers. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. The summer Bible school of the Bethlehem Lutheran church will begin Monday, June 2, at 9 in the morning. There will be classes for all age groups up to high school, with an efficient teaching staff in charge, the Rev. C. A. Hinz stated. "Workbooks" specially prepared for vacation Bible school by the Lutheran church board for parish education and home missions, will be used as text books and each child will receive a copy. "The books are designed, under the instruction of the teacher, to offer the child the best in religious education including Bible stories, Biblical memory verses, church hymns and religious art work, with a view to saving faith in •Christ, holy living and Christian service, particularly that of doing mission work among fellow- children," the pastor stated. "The religious material offered for the various groups is so arranged as to attain certain objectives in the life of the children. The purpose of the seniors is to become Messengers for God; for the junior department Finding and Sharing Jesus; for the primary department Telling the Story of Jesus and the beginners Bringing Good News." This religious training is open to all children. Former Fighting Champ of British Army to Speak at Radio Chapel Plans are being completed for the Memorial day youth rally at Radio Chapel Friday at 8 p. m., it was announced by Pastor Carl J. Sentman. Youth groups from churches throughout north-central Iowa are expected to attend. The Rev. Alf Dodds. a former fighting champ in the British army and now pastor of the Nashua Bible Center, Nashua, will speak. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Ted Marsh, new youth and music director at Radio Chapel. Other features of the program include two guest male quartets, a ladies sextet, and a congregational sing aided by the Chapel choir. Following the program refreshments will be served in the upper auditorium of the chapel. tAST RITES HELD Chester—Funeral services were 'icld Tuesday for Mrs. Robert M. Hall, 87, with the Rev. L. C. Smith officiating at the Methodist church assisted by Ally. E. A. Johnson of Cedar Rapids, a lifelong friend of the deceased. Burial was in Chester Hill cemetery. Judge Rules Surfs Bank Night Lottery Judge Tom Boynton has ruled that the '"bank night" drawing held by the Surf ballroom, Clear Lake, is a lottery and has dismissed a district court suit for $1,000 filed by Patricia Dankbar against Carl Fox, operator of the Surf. The suit was filed by Frank Dankbar for the girl who is a minor and claimed that her name was drawn for a $1,000 prize on the night of Oct. 2, 1946. "In the case at bar no one was eligible unless he had purchased a ticket for the ball or dance, and. this to the court constitutes the payment of a valuable consideration and constitutes the scheme a lottery," the court ruled. M»n«y to LMK UNLESS speciol classification of ad is requested customers must accept classification of advertising department of this paper. Death Notices 1 BATTY. J»ma T., tS. of M5 1st S. E, died at a local convalescent home Tuesday night, following an Illness of 3 months. Funeral services will be held it 2 p. m. Saturday at the Patterson funeral home. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral borne In charge. NEED A LOAN? SIMPLY PHONE S41 YOU CAM BOBKOW S20 TO 1300 an »lary, car or furniture, without •ndonem Yew ability » repay la the only nqulnowot •ad you nay taki 9 U U or own montha to repay depending CB the purpot* of TOUT loan Household Finance CORPORATION LOANS MAOt TO f AMORS and naMentaol Malty town* TDMS IN *^HX WH19TL0" tF It. Wed. ECLO Help Wtd., Mok, Fcnrato 23 LOANS* federal Federal Ttlentton* Us. Discount UH Norm SEE the Dulled Borne Ban* and Tnm Co. Cor real estate mortgage loaoa. Seeds, Feeds 17 FOR SALE—Lincoln seed beans; better than 95% SermlniUon. Walter B*cMJe, ml W. Dougherty. FOR SALE—20 bu. Manchu soy beaut, $3.50 bu. Lawrence Nelson, Nora Springs, Iowa. FOR SALE—100 bu. corn. Otto L. Stoltenberg, Hanford, Iowa. Business Opportunities 18 HOWARD, Rdbcrt Franklin, 45, Ventura, died suddenly at a local hotel Wednes- lay. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Major iunerat home In charge. KENNEDY. Dr. Edward P.. 65. Swale- dale, died at a local hospital at 9 *. m. Tuesday, following a short illness. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a. Saturday at'the St. Lawrence church at Swaledale, with Father F T a n c is Churchill officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Rosary will be aid at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the Meyer uneral home, and 8:30 p. m. Thursday and Friday at the Kennedy home in Swaledale. The Meyer funeral home in charge. RUSH, Sylvester Grant "Ted," 62, of S. Federal, died at a local hospital 'uesday afternoon, following a lingering Illness. Funeral services will be held it the Major Memorial chapel Saturday it 2 p. m., with the Bev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Interment will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank friends and neighbors for help with farm work the last 3 ears. Wayne Barlow and family. FOR SALE-CAFE IN MASON CITY Seating Capacity 50. Less than 1 year old. 3 Year Lease. All new equipment. WRITE H-27, GLOBE-GAZETTE Solicitors and Salesmen or Salesladies Experienced in selling direct to homes. Good opportunity lor a permanent position. Establish your own business with exclusive territory rights. Call or Write MR. WHITHAM 642 3rd St. N. E. Mason City, la Phone 3164-LJ Scrvicn Oft*r«l HAUHUl/S radio tervke. Prompt, flclent work. Ph. 5314. MIRRORS resllvered. Factory proceM Guaranteed. Mackefj. Phone WILL home. do washing and Ironing at m Ph. 4982-W. HELP wanted. Put or full time. Gardenlands, Ventura. Services Offered 27 Rent Cars, Trucks "DRIVE-'UR-SELF" 804 Fourth St. S. W. PHONE 447 ASHES. RUBBISH HAULED. Basero«ntc cleaned out. Phone 3589W. FOR SALE—Two bitcheries and one produce business in northeast Iowa town*. Good business location, only hatchery to these towns. Write O-17, Globe-Gazette. GROCERY, cafe, furniture, drug storr, hardware, hotel for sale. Let us know your wants. Homey Realty Co. Ph. 584. Help Wtd., Mole 20 AMBITIOUS young man to le*m hardware business. Exp. not necessary. Chaffin Hdwe., Hampton, Iowa. WANTED—Married man to work on farm. Mod. borne. T. F. Albrecht, Greene, Iowa. WANTED—Married man on farm. Mod. house. Also single man by mo. Hoyle Ginther, Rockford, la. Ph. 52-F95. WANTED—Married man dn farm. Separate house. Roger Whltt, 4',-r mi. N. Hi mi. W. of Mason City. WANTED—Dragline operator for ditch work at Thompson, la. See Fred Branner, Thompson, Iowa. YE WISH to thank our many friends, neighbors and relatives for their kind- ess, friendship and beautiful gifts we eceived at our farewell party. Your [friendship will be forever cherished. Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Luse, Margie, Shirley arid Donna. Funeral Director 'IAJOR Funeral Home, 209 Second N. E. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Amula nee. Phone 512. cAtTLEY £t SON Funeral Home. A distinctive, dignified funeral service. Am- ulance. 8 South Adams, call 651. WANTED One A-l Mechanic TOP WAGES VACATION WITH PAY PAID LEGAL HOLIDAYS The Best of Working Conditions. See WAYNE CARRINGTON Service Station Foreman Int'l Harvester Co. Mason City, la. Phone 3200 BUTTON. AND BUCKLE Covering, Custom made Belts, Hemstitching, Buttonhole making, Eyelets and SNAPS installed. 48 hour service. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 123 N. Federal, Mason City, Iowa. FORD OWNERS We specialize in, Ford, Mercury and Lincoln Zephyr repairing using genuine Ford and Mercury parts. Our shop is equipped with thi finest equipment money can buy Only trained and experienced men work'on your car, strictly following factory specifications All labor guaranteed, reasonabli prices. Tag's Auto Service Phone 80? 215 2nd S. W SAW SHOP New Location, 502 S. Fed. Lawn Mowers Sharpened AND REPAIRED New Phone Number 5295 ASHES and rubbish baultd Prompt service. Phone 5283-W. 1517 N, Qutacy. LEARN how to make slipcovers, draperies, etc. Join a Singer Home Decoration class. Personal instruction. Singer Sewing Center, 123 N. Federal, Mason City, Iowa. PHONE 5242 FOR DEPENDABLE TRUCKING Delivery Service and Moving H & H Trucking Co. Washing Machines REPAIRED AND REBtnLT. We repair all makes and can rebuild your machine like new. We carry parts and have wringer rolls for al) makes. All service and parts guaranteed. See our famous Conlon washers and mangle that carry a IS year factory rebuilt guarantee. 72 hour service. Free pickup and delivery. MASON CITY WASHER CO. Phone 1484 310 S. Delaware AUTO and truck repair service. Johnao Auto Repair, 14 6th" St. N. E. Authorized Maytag Sales & Service Complete Stock of Maytag Replacement Parts. Factory Trained Mechanics. Wringer Rolls for All Makes. Home Appliance Co. 201-03 S. Federal Phone 162 MASON CITY, IOWA WANTED—Housework for 1 adult In mod. home. Write N-27, Globe-Gazette. PAINTING. 1st. or ex. Satisfaction anteed. E. T. Neu. Ph. 3523. Furniture Upholstering First Class Work Guaranteed 215 S.Madison SAM KAUFMAN .lEYER Funeral Home. A beautiful service need not be costly. Ambulance rvice. Phone 1505. ATTERSON Funeral Home. Known for service. Ambulance. 32J North Wash* Eton. Call 1140. Lett, Found OST—Or strayed. Siamese cat, E. of town. Ans. to "Coco." Cream colored xly, dark brown tail, ears, nose and feet. Reward. Ph. 12-F22. LOST—Fender skirt in chrome, from 1946 blue Buick. Finder please Phone 874, Monday, June 2. LOST—Old maple rocker, family heirloom, on S. Clear Lake road. Liberal reward. Call M. D. Judd, 651. Rt. 3, Clear lake, Iowa. STRAYED—To my farm on Thursday, 4 ewes and a lamb. Owner may have same by paying., all expenses and identification. Gene Janssen, Meservey, Iowa. LOST—Brilliant costume pin. Ph Mrs Raymond James, 860 or 2179-J. Reward. LOST—One bag of life raft accessories. Z : j-i mi. s. of Manly, Highway 65, May 18. Reward. Art McCoid, Manly. Money to Loan 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 Store GEORGE F OLSON. MGR NEED MONEY? Easy to Pay $30 LOANS $300 See Mrs. Simon SECURITY LOAN CO. Room 321, 1st National Bank Bldg M 0 MONEY E Y WHEN YOU NEED IT $25 to $300 SIGNATURE LOANS to men and women—single 07 married No wage assignment required Loan com. pleted same day you apply Secured loans WANTED JANITOR AT CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL AT ROCK FALLS Good salary and apt. for right man. See, call or write Roland Edgar, Pres. Rock Falls, Iowa WANTED A-1 MECHANIC Lincoln-Mercury experience preferred. See MIKE BALADAN, Service Manager— Harold Motors, Inc. Your Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 21 2nd S. W. Help Wtd., Female 21 WANTED—Woman for easy hsewk. full or part time. Apply to J. Henningsen. Touristvflle, S. Shore. Ph. 619, Clear Lake. WANTED—Girl to care for 2 children and do light housework. Ph. 3081-LW. WANTED—Exp. Discount Co. atcnoEracher. Fidelity WANTED—Girl for general housework; 2 children. To live in. Mrs. E. H. Bar*. Phone 2600. DESIRE work at Hotel by graduate of Lewis Hotel Training School. Selmo Okland, Lcland. Iowa, Rt. 2. WANTED—Job as housekeeper in motherless home. Woman with 2 children. Write B-29, Globe-Gazette. CESSPOOLS, septic tanks, cisterns cleaned and repaired. Write Jim Easley. Nora Springs, Iowa, FURNITURE REPAIRING Custom MIMEOGRAPH WORK Prompt Service Reasonable Rates Business and Tax Service First National Bank Bldg. Phone 1026 REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL MAKES REFRIGERATORS AND RADIOS Also all Ward's Washing Machines and Appliances. Montgomery Ward & Co. SERVICE DEPT. 15 South Washington Pboor 800 NOW IS THE WANTED—Exp. maid or housekeeper. Good wages. Plenty of time o£t Room and board optional. Ph. 3358-J. WANTED—Practical nurse, permanent work, salary, board, room and laundry furnished. Please call 533. Wanted, Girls or Women for operating sewing machines and general factory work. Apply Mode-o'-Day Corp. 840 Twelfth St N. W, also made Phone 1038 FOR QUICK SERVICE Out-of-town loans also made. STATE FINANCE CO. Over Untied Ctgat Store A Friendly Loan Semci 201 Weir Bldg. Come; Federal and State 5 Wat State Street Phon* 1039 SALES GIRL Dry Goods Dept. RAIZES WANTED—Girl for genl. housework. Family moving to the lake 1st of June Ph. 2859 Mason City or 153 Clear Lake. WANTED—Day cook. No Sunday work Freda's Coffee Pot. WANTED Extra Salesladies WHO DESIRE 1 TO 3 DAYS WORK PER WEEK Experienced women preferred. Pleasant work plus liberal discount on purchases through store or catalog Apply to Mr. Lies or Mr. Hough Montgomery Ward & Co. MASON CITY, IOWA TIME BEFORE THE SUMMER RUSH To Have That Chair or Table Repaired THAT WAS BROKEN LAST WINTER Repairing Refinishing Woodworking Antique Restoration OUR SPECIALTY MACKET'S Think of Your LIVING ROOM Is your furniture shabby and threadbare? Have it repaired and recovered now. Large selection of covers. A Phone Call or Card brings our estimater. We call anywhere. Farrer Mattress Co. HmiMt for SoU 35 THE OJeson Co. wishes to extend Its services to any property owner who wishes to dispose of his real entate. Please phone 105 days or 35W-W, lit* evenings and a representative will bt glad to talk over your problems with you. FOR SALE Modern 5 Room House One block off Federal. Room for additional bedroom upetairs. Immediate possession. BECK BROS., REALTORS Ph. 134 or alter hours Ph. 4735-W rOR SALS—DeslraMe » acres with modern home at Clear Lake 1 . Good outbuildings. Excellent location. Quick ponsewlon. Stuart Realty Co., Clear Lake. Form* for Sale 39 TOR SALE—5-rm. houtt, 3 lots, SJ.SOO. Newly decorated. Possession now. In Rockwell. Frank L. Miller. TOR SALE—Recently re-built bungalow at Clear Lake. In very nice condition Two bedrooms, full bath, gas heat Fully nsulated. Large lot In Income producing ocatlon. Immediate possession. $6,750. Stuart Really Co., Clear Lake. FOR SALE Duplex, 2 separate gas furnaces, pavement, garage, Forest Psrlc section. 4-rm. mod. bungalow, oak floor:, Venetian blinds, E. side. >-rm. mod. home. suto. hot water, pavement, garage, 4th St. S. W. ALL THESE WILL G. I. DAVE RYAN, Realtor Phone 827 !"OR SALE—Fine home on a very desirable comer lot at Clear Lake. Close j town and lake. Home In fine condl- lon. Full basement. Hot water heat. One edroom and full bath down, 3 bedrooms nd half bath up. Immediate possession, J9.500. Stuart Realty Co., Clear Lake. WELL IMPROVED 80 ACRE Winnebago Co.Ia.Faim Located near Lake Mills, 1 mile from paved highway 68. Very best of land that is gently rolling, every acre tillable. Good 6 room house with furnace, electricity, bathroom but not furnished. Good ban and other bldgs. Price »1«5 per acre. C E. PROCTOR FARM REALTOR GARNER, U. OWN A FARM—160 A. at only ?150. Probably a little late to assign lease but with a reasonable earnest payment and a few thousand next March you can handle the rest like rent. Stuart Realty, Clear Lake. 'OR SALE—Bungalow. 4 ms. and bath. Inquire 323 S. Jackion. Ph. 1193-W. FOR SALE New All Modem Home Clear Lake. Gas heat, carpeting. Price 7500; or with new gas stove and refrigerator, 17800. JIM ANDERSON 11 South Third Phone 514-W Clear Lake OR SALE—8-room house to be moved. Chas. Aman. 909 8th £t. S. £. OR SALE—Large home St Joseph's school district. Arranged for subletting ne apartment If owner desires. 46,000 id worth it. W. L. Patton. 109 E. state. OR SALE—Beautiful 1 bedroom completely mod home. Living rm. and din- ng rm combined 23x11, forced air gas eat, garage, large lot, 7 yrs. old. POM. oon. 929 N. Jackson. CHOICE HOME i story, N. E., oak floors and trim, ire place, very good condition, torner lot, paving—510,000. IVAN A. BARNES, Realtor OT Foresters Bldg. Tel. 1300 MITCHELL AND WORTH COUNTY FARMS FOB SALE 244 acres Improved, on paved highway No. i. one mile Wot from Ottfe. 314 acr«c farm land. 30 acres pasture with some timber. Nice 7 room house. fat*<e. bam. double corn crib, single com crib, hoc house, cattle shed, chicken house and machine shed. Electricity Ju buiJdlDfs. 340 acres Improved, located on a (ravel road Vi mile West from Hanlontown. 210 acres tillable. Balance pasture and lots. 2 story 7 room house, garage, barn, double com crib, granary, 3 chicken houses, hoc bouse, cattle shed and machine ched. Buildings wired for electricity. , WHITE E. M. H1GGINSON. TABM FIELD SUPERVISOR P. O. Box 53 Clear Lake, Iowa FOR SALE—240 A. near Mason City, on pavement. Plenty bldgs., nice grove. extra good farm land, tiled. Price $170,00. Roy L. Dunn, Cerro Gordo Botel, Mason City, Iowa. Machinery 41 FOB SALE—Easy Way bay loader, MO. Harry Frenz, Hanford. Iowa. TOH SALE—"IT. C." Allis-Chalmers trw. to; J. D. 3-bottom plow. Ph. 01S-J3. FOR SALE-John Deere 7-ft. power mower. Edwin Relneklnf, Latimer, la. Phone I2-F13. FOR SALE—Model "A" John Deere tractor 2 yrs. old, with brand new cultivator, hydraulic lift, lights, power takeoff, 6-nly tires with fluid. Like new. Chas. Sticht, Maiden Rock, Wisconsin. ARGE 4 bed rm. home, well located N W., close in, extra large lot, hd. wood oors, ideal for roomers. 3 rm. home, did. H.. well worth S3.500. S rm., Col- ge add., 57,500. Very desirable. You can Romey Realty Co. Ph. 584. Cottage* A35 Fine Modern Cottage orth Shore Clear Lake for June. Also fine cottage for season. Ph. Allan F. Beck, 134 OR SALE—Furnished Lake Shore cottage. Excellent beach, good sized lot. ,500. W. L. Fatten, 109 E. State. Phone 769 331 S. Delaware Business, Locations 30 FOR LEASE Store Room, Close In See J. B. Youngblood 207J North Federal Cottages for Rent ROYAL COURT ON SOUTH SHORE outhwest of State Park. New and beauti- 1. Open for Inspection. Several desirable cancies. Associated Builders 218 First National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—New 18x12, 18x24 cabins. 18x40 cottages, complete. Imm. del. Ph 58. Eelmond Hatchery. Belmond, Iowa. CLEAR Lake cottage £or sale in Oakwood Park. 4 rms., 13 windows In livingroom, size 17x18, nicely and completely fum, gas and lights, lull basement. Call 3904-J, Mason City. TOR SALS—1 4-row "448" cult, for IHC "M" or "H:" 1 2-row hand lift cult. for John Deere "B" or "A." Call or write Minnesota Sales Co., Albert I*a, Minn. FOR SALE—Case slice baler, A-l condition; also loader and wire. H. J. Pribbenow. Rockford, Iowa. FOR SALE—Mc.-D. "H" tractor. 3 yrs. old. A. B. Winterton, Northwood, la. FOR SALE—Good J. D. "G" tractor Mr- ial No. 7150. Hyd. lift, fends., seal beam lights, seat snubber, new paint, new rubber, 13-35 6-ply rear with fluid. John Hcnn, Belmond, 3 miles W. Meservey. FOR SALE—J. D. 7-ft. power mower. Ed. Reineking. Ph. 12-F13, Latimer, la. FOR SALE—J. D. tandem disc, 4-ft. Paul Chehock, Plymouth, Iowa. ATTENTION Ford Tractor Operators GET YOUR Front End Cultivator NOW AT WARDS Eliminates the drudgery ol cultivating and assures you a better job. Special this week: REG. 49.95 Special 39.95 WARD'S FARM STORE Lots for Sale 36 FOR SALE—A fine lot in S. E. Mason City, on paving. A. W. Stubbs Co. Acreage 37 Rooms for Rent 32 228 S. Federal Phone 782 DEGEN hardwood floor service. Laying, sanding Ph 1672. ASHES and rubbish hauled. Phone 1855-J Our Service Dep't. Offers the finest workmanship on All Makes of Cars H & H MOTORS Sales PACKARD Service 12 Seventh St S. E. SAVE WANTED—Woman for morninR work Apply afternoons. Birdsail Ice Cream Co.. 518 N. Federal. WANTED—Beauty operator. Exc. lion. 9 9th St. N. E. We Do General Auto Repairing, MOTOR TUNEUP AND COMPLETE OVERHAULING All Makes of Cars. WE HAVE NEW AND RECONDITIONED MOTORS FOR DODGE AND PLYMOUTH CARS 1935 to 1947 All Work Done by Trained and Experienced Mechanics. ACME GARAGE FOR BENT—Share rm. -with working man or student. Pri. entrance, auto, hot water, close in. Rent $2.50 per week. Ph. 64J-LW. FOR KENT—Room 4514-W. and garage. Ph. FOR RENT—Small slpg. large one. 1306 N. Wash. room and a FOR RENT—Slpg. rms. Gentlemen pref. Ph. 758 or 2465-LW. FOR RENT—June 1. large slpg rm. Close in. Write V-J8, Globe-Gazette. Apartments for Rent 33 FOR RENT—Adults: 4-room modern upstairs apartment. On pavement 19 miles from Mason City. Write R-28, Globe- Gazette. Houses tor Sale 35 FOB SALE—Mod. bungalow. Oak finish, 3 acres land, chicken house, garage attached to house. 400 chickens, feed gruider. Close to Mason City. See Geo. Van Every, 20 1 ,a S. Federal. FOR SALE—New home in Belmond, la., back of Catholic church. Gas heat, auto, hot water, full basement. Hoy Abbott, Belmond, Iowa. 416 N. FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 133S Hi Blks. N. Hanford Hotel, Ent. in Alley FIRST CLASS ENGINE OVERHAUL AND REBUILDING OF YOUR MOTOR New 100 H. P. Engines for •sj-VI Ford-Mercury cars. Harold Motors, Inc. VOUR LINCOLN-MERCURY DEALER i 21 Second S. W. ; HAVE YOU A PLACE TO LIVE? Why xvorry? Buy a House Trailer Pay for it with the rent you pay. WE SELL THE SPORTSMAN, TRAVELITE and STEWART Priced from $2145.0C to $3500.00 Immediate delivery. Easy terms. BILL AND MIKE'S SERVICE STATION Twelfth and N. Federal or W. B. FERRING, Dyersville, la. FOR SALE—By owner. 3 bedroom house near Forest Park. Oak floors and woodwork throughout, solarium, new furnace and stoker. This week, SS.OOO. ph. 1S33-W. FOR SALE—6 rm. house, close. Will sell for cash. Ph. 5005-LW. FOR SALE—4 rm. brick bungalow, No. part; gas heat, auto, hot water, newly decorated. Sec Guild, 34 2nd N, E Ph. CC7 or 1589. FOR SALE—Income property. See Guild. 34 2nd N. E.. Ph. 8G7. FOR SALE—Very desirable acreage « Clear l&ke. Modern 3-bedroom bungalow. Full basement. Furnace heat. Beautiful yard. 10 acres of good crop pasture land with several hundred on paved highi house. $14,730. Lake. and feet on paved highway. Good barn, chicken Stuart Realty Co., Clear JOE SALE—1 to 6 acres, unimproved. One mile east of Mason City on, Hiway 18. A. T. Clouse and Son, Ph. 3325 or 5117-LJ. Farms for Sale 39 MITCHELL COUNTY FARMS These farms described below will give you a pretty good idea what I have to offer for your money when it comes to spending it for a farm. Send for my booklet of 130 farms as they will run pretty much the same as I feel they are priced fairly. FAHM NO. 81 160 acres 2J miles from a good little town. Good road. Electricity, od 7 room house, insulated, good barn, machine shed, double crib, poultry house, cement stave silo, hog house. All buildings in good repair and paint Concrete floors. Good black soil. Tiled and all tillable. Fenced with woven wire and all steel posts. Price S135 per acre FARM NO. 55 160 acres, li miles from small town or 10 miles from Osage. New barn, double corn crib and granary, good house, poultry house, other good buildings. Electricity. About 30 acres permanent pasture. Price $105 per acre FARM NO. 123 293 acres, 4 miles to St. Ansgar, or 2 miles from Mitchell. This is a good stock farm and is priced almost what one quarter section should sell for. It has 60 acres of rolling blue grass pasture, balance FOR SALE—10-ft. tandem disc, nearly new. $170. 1300 121h St. N. W. Table Model Separator Pays for itself in cream profits from even 1 can. Skims 35 qts. in 20 minutes. Turns easier, has longer life. Fully enclosed gears run in oil. Easy cleaning open spouts. Priced at only $27.95 . WARD'S Farm Store FOR SALE—Good 10-ft. J. D. power binder, 1 man control. Raymond Jorgensen, Thornton, Iowa. FOR SALE—Case plow, Sie, on rubber. 4 yrs. old. Ph. 15-F14. FOR SALE—JMS Case sllcer-naler. Good cond.. 2 JTS. old. L. S. Ame. Leland. Iowa. ^ NOW IN STOCK INNES PICK UPS Sizes to Fit All Combines BUY YOURS NOW WHILE AVAILABLE Farm Equipment and Supply Co. 315 S. Federal Ave. Phone 303 Livestock for Sola 42 jood large black soil. Has electricity, barn just repaired, cattle shed, granary and machine shed, arge house, double louse, poultry house. crib, hog Price S8S per acre WANTED-Wall washing, window clean- I FOR SALE—6 rm. all mod. home at US inc. storm windows taken down. Phone 7'.h S. W. For particulars see me at S007W. 12118 S. Harding, Cent. Height. 1 IRVIN J. OLSEN Real Estate OSAGE. IOWA FOR SALE—Young Holstein bull Guaranteed breeder. James Conibear, 1 mi. East of Clear Lake. FOE SALE—J sows with 19 pigs. 575 S. Virginia. FOR SALE—Blue roan 9 yr, old mare- wt. 1,700. Well broke. Raymond Jorgensen, Thornton, Iowa. FOR SALE—4 sows close up to fanowinz J091 N. Carolina. ^ FOR SAUC—Several good, Purebred Jersey cows, fresh and close springers. Robert Paullus. 2nd place South of Sh*f. field on Highway 65. FOR SALE—Duroc gilt* and sows, to far- row ,ln AUJI. and Sept. Lloyd Jas- pcrsen, 2 mi. S. and 3 W. of RockwelL FOR SALE—Purebred Holstcln bull. Not Registered. Dale Marsh, 4 N. Creamery, '/i W. of Clear Lake. Dogs, Birds, Pets 43 FOR SALE—Large custom-built doc' " J — Ph. 3130-W aCler house:; screen door. 3 p. m. FOR SALE—Shepherd pups. 3 blks. N Milwaukee depot. W. D. HunJ, clear

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