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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                16 Oct It Clly ClobtGutlU MIIJOB la Mdwest Livestock TICKETS FOR ClRCUSTickets for the Hollywood Circun Hponsored JGmiiis fov for boys in service overseas were given lo the cliildrcn of thc 1UO1 Home as they came trom school Commander Ervin 0 Moss of the AmvcLs iy shown presenting thc tickets to Howard liaydon noble Riand of Lodge 224 of the Odd Fellows m Thirty Childrens tickets six adult tickets were given to Die home by the Am vets and a spe cial section will be roped off for the guests nt the matinee at Roosevell Kieldhpuse Wednesday afternoon Business nnd professional men of Mason City have purchased 2 000 tickets lo be distributed to chil dren of the city Seventytwo of these liekels were returned lo the Anivcts to be given to children On eiich ticket was thc name of Hie contributor Children in return Jor their tick ets have been asked lo bring small gifts in exchange lo be packed In boxes lo be sent to the servicemen The Amvcts percentage of re turns from the circus will be used lo purchase additional gifts for the boxes Tickets for the circus arc available before circus day at the Douglas Insurance Agency 212 N ORGANIZE PROFESSIONAL Thomas Teas left jind Keith Stillborn and Chairman E C Jones have organized the professional and finance division for theMason City Community Cheat campaign which gota under way day evening With a Joseph DC Paoli bend oC the truf oclock dinner at the YMCA The fie division Now its been In teams nnd workers were reported creased to three The women work only from 8 follows Attorneys abstractors and nc L Ilnynes cap tain Vic Splndlcr Warren lc Vries Roberl Bliss nnd Murray Finley lieutenants clergymen the Rev F W Wcndland captain the Key 11 L Williams nnt Glen Krogh cap tajn Dr William Turner lioulcn ant L C Orion cap tain Dr Paul Morgan lieutenant healing V R Wicks cap lain A Sluder captain W A Drummond lieu tenant 1 Kimball captain Robert Belts lieutenant loans and M Ruse captain B B Tolty C W McBroarly and Ed McLaughlin lo in the morning and 5 to in the evening the peak traf fic hours Sinco it is only part lime work many of Die lady cops arc mothers who picked the jobs be cause Ihcy were unable lo work f 22 We pick them by what you might call a visual test admitted Major DC Puoli If they dont look too old or too fat This Is an econ omy measure for the city too you know We just pay them an hour T heir lieutenants Iowa Hardware Mutual Insur Chenaull captain in E Smith captain Richard L Bailey Jerry Harrcr Kenneth Long Arthur Fischbcck and Gerold P Schocnfcldcr lieu tenants real Uam street captain Harry Freeman Art Rodriguez and Vic Glass licu tenants Lady Cops for Traffic Here to Stay NEW ORLEANS Lad y traffic cops to unsnarl rush hour jams are here to stay according to the police department Theyre doing just fine with their only whistle Thats not counting such womanly weapons as a wistful smile or a reproving glance which the lady cops report come in pretty handy too soprano commands lo Move nlong youre blocking traf Hot carry all the authority of a motorcycle policemans though Just ask any of the several hun dred traffic violators who have shown up in court with tickets penned in feminine script Friend I make a friend with every ticket said Liberty Lund demure ly She was standing on a busy downtown street her billed police mans hat lipped jauntily on her carefully curled brown linir Its harder w i t h w o m o n drivers admitted thc 32yearold former department store salesgirl With thc men you just explain lo hem that they violated thc law and they admit it with no hard feelings Its harder lo tell women anything J JltsUi Red nail polish on Die traffic Federal Billie Burke Got Success in Helplessness By ALINE MOSBY HOLLYWOOD effi cicnt American women wotik generate more sex appeal it llicyr piny helpless especially about money helpless Billie Burke tic cidcd Appearing helpless has paid off for the flullery actress in a lonj career on stage radjo and now televisions CorUlc program Females of tliis country she thinks arc too sharp She saj they should realize their job i life Is to make men happy anc this they can do best by playing featherbrains For Just any women who wish lenrn the gentle art of beinf featherbrains what should they be helpless about Money Miss Burke said firm Women should pretend lo be in efficient The man should be the banker if he can be trusted It helps lo be polite and well lolo but even large women with out money can be helpless lo a tie grce Miss Utirkc reflected A real man does not want lo T8 woman will hide hci ot IllWIllUllb il She hoiies to get a full time job be frivolous in the police department If the vVon Flo part lime employes pass their Civil woman shoilU1 Service roquiroincnls theyre dig and a man a man lo be lured for other police The blond actress admitted she Tr in i W0 er lalc husband Flo Already the police department fdd through helplessness has discovered that ity is a d girl That includes being feminine gives a and concentrating on loveliness shc smiled That way 1 was able Our last winter it was considered drastic step for a southern city Especially his port city known for its crinoline ball gowns and Old World charm Just One Block We slartcd them with just one block to look out for said Major cops want something substantia like a half nelson lo fall back on just in case Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia produce about one third of the soft coal produced in the United States Livestock AUCTION AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tuesday Night Oct 14 8pm will 35 calvi will be heifersand we Houtin ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Cqlhoun Owner Phone 113 St Aiugar home home vvas the so attractive that with all the temptations he g o I be weighed them heavily against what he enjoyed al home Other lessons in Miss Burke oldschool charm include no liquor not many cigarcts always smell ing pretty and keeping Ihc bedroom immaculate and charming Still Featherbrain Miss Burke sighed that at 07 shes still the same character only older still the featherbrain During our lunch at the Brown Derby she seven times brushed back her hat veil that kept getting in Ihc way of the lelluce on her ork She also spent 10 minutes sloughing through an amazing handbag looking for a box of sac charine tablets while thc waiter watched in fascination I dont know whether I appear to be helpless or whether I was lust born that way she chirped H is believed thai the various orms of football had their origins n a primitive game inwhich an nflatcd pig bladder was used by cams numberingas much as 200 on a side Trtnd Ixxl His IWI170 lfn nunia IWMflU ibt 200210 Ills 210230 Wir 220230 ZM210 Ihti MOISO Ills Ihf 260170 JljK 270VW Alljtjrl tea Minn JI27J S1371 S1700 JI7M H IRICHS Austin Mian Hlfidy J14SO 29010U 300310 310320 320310 Ibn 33IJ 10 340350 3503W Oood lnuklng 270300 lta 300330 llin 330350 400450 Ibs 450500 His 1003SO 11825 SIB 25 tIA25 JIHGO VI723 S1700 ilfl73 S1SM 51000 51175 S1S7JS S162S JJ575 SI8W S1850 518 M Waterloo Steady JliOO sin xi S17M 51823 Cedar luptcli JI375 11675 5177S J1823 SI 70 S1791 J1711 SIGW SM7S S137S 1 390 JlfiSO swou S1550 sisofl S14TO I1S23 31800 S177S 1750 41725 SI700 JI07S J1C71 SIC20 Si 825 JII500 51575 S1373 S1C73 Slfl25 SI 125 S1450 J137S SI300 J 1823 11800 S17SO 31725 51075 SI 6 50 SIfi23 JIG 00 tlSSO 11550 SI 075 SKJ23 J1575 1500 S1125 JJ350 J127S Here and There News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa UUDDMrs Ella S c o f 3 e 1 d Northfield Minn spent a week visiting in the home of her sister inlaw Mrs A VV Hoover KANAWHADonald Mullin 1 is carrying his arm in a sling having fallen from a large log and break ing a bone in his left forearm G 0 O D E L L Mr and Mrs guests in Ihc homc of friends the Urbalschs They became friends in thc Navy in World War 11 and Mrs Carol Heoncn and son of Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs IM Crist and soi were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Clifford Hicks SWALKDALE Mrs ja m e Garth and Joan went to Alden where Joan will be employed LITTLE S G Icnncy is undergoing treatment at thc Mitchell County Memorial Hos pital in Osagc nnd Mrs Clyde Hathaway of Mason City were re cent guests in thc home of Mr ant Mrs Herman Schmidt Frances Luck ey left Wednesday for Boston Mass where shc will make her homc with friends She has livec here the past two years with friends thc Dan Martins Ida Roberts of Kansas City Mo is spending a week with her sister Mrs Martha Krucger Marjoric Quinn of North Hollywood Calif Miss Margaret Qiiinn of Clear Lake Robert Quinn of Albert Lea Minn and Frankie Clapper of Masoi City were recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs C J Schina gel and Mrs Ray mond Hunst are thc parents of a daughter born at Mercy Hospital in Mason Cily recently and Mrs Ken neth Hull and two children Linda and Lester of Seattle Wash spent a few days visiting relatives in Plymouth LITTLE Maynarc Rake substituted in the junior higl for Edward Olson who reported foi his physical examination at De Moincs this week GAKNERCpl Peter Pazour son of Mr and Mrs Pete Pazour of Garner who returned recent from Korea is enjoying a 30daj furlough at thc parental homc CHARLES and Mrs Lcvi Garms of Cleveland 0 ai med this week to visit relatives and friends in Charles City CORWlTHMr and Mrs May nan Wooclbury are visiting at the homes of their parents Mr and Mrs W C Woodbury and Mr and Mrs Henry Weber Mr and Mrs Woodbury have spent the past two years in Belgium and England ant expect to visit here a month be fore going to Washington D C where Mr Woodbury will be cm ployed CORWITH Mrs 1im Tabb left for El Monte Calif where she will visit her daughter Mrs Robert Wilson also her mother Mrs Sarah Wilson and her two sisters LITTLE and Mrs Charles Pctefish are the parent of n daughter born at the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital Ocll Older brother Dennis is visiling at the Maynard Rake homc thi week Robert Rosenberg of St Ansgnr was a recent guest in he home of his sister Mr ami Mrs William Nnck GOODELL Mrs Nico Waagc returned homc from a visit with her sister Mrs Henry Waage who is ill at her home in Charles City She recently had major sur gory at the hospital in Jowa City Martha Gilbert submitted to major surgery at the Mercy hospital in Mason City re cently CHARLES CITY Merle G Braden Grovcr Thorn and Bill Zipsie are fishing and hunting in anada this week and Mrs C W jood are thc parents of a daugh er born at the Iowa Falls hospi al Oct G CHAPIN and Mrs Harry ibb and daughters Jen and Ruth and Mrs Joe Lichmau and son Mr and Mrs R C Crabb and daughter arid Leon Kenaccom panied by Mr and Mrs Dell Crabb and baby of Hampton were at Sioux Rapids attending a birth day dinner for Mrs William Fer Hog Prices Dip Lower CHICAGO Wi A seasonal in crease in receipts sent hog prices lower this week After midweek however the market made small upward progress reducing earlier losses 200 totnl 1500 estimated compiircil wetk nto borrows anil Kilts 2535 lower sowa under 350 Ibs slcnilj to 25 lower heavier weights steady to 25 her At tile close Ihc top stood at S13DO ltl for several loads cliolcv 2IO2GO ib biilutiers and few choice 210230 Ib wclshts bulk harrows jind Hills nold all week within very narrow price limits and choice 1SO271I in weights closed at S19751990 with a popular price one lot cliulcc 321 Ibs and load choice MO Ibs choice 1GO1SO Ibs 118751975 choice sows under 310 Ibs 350100 Ibs 100500 Ills S1650 Cnttle aX tslimalcd total not Kiven compared week atfo Slnuuhtcr alters am llelfers Krndlnn nvviuKe fjaod and belter steady lo M higher lower grades weak to lower commercial cows uneven ly stenily to SI00 lower tanner to ulllltj lirades lower and at thc lowcs point In nearly five years bulls weak to fully 50 lower vculers about Rteady sdiiUKhtur calves fully lower re placement cattle anil calves juostly 00 lower six loads mostly liish prime 1109 1297 Ib fed steers load 1120 weights at 83025 eiiual to highest price uld since July milk choice nnl prliv fed sloers and yearling mas Koocl lo low choice steers commercial lo low good 3B1002600 Load lots utlllly In low commercial 9501150 Ib Krasscrs three loads 721IH7 Ib cutter xrnde offcolored grass steers S145U1000 prime 80S Ib yearling heifers most choice ami heifers S29253375 Rood to low choice grades 525502900 utility Krasnvrs down to mosl late sales cnnners and fuller cows SIO5013rifl Sheep 100 estimated total not compared week ago Slaughter lambs mainly natives 50 higher yearlings stand to 50 lower sheep fully steady good to nrime native slaughter lambs topped in londlots nt small lot S26W bulk food to choice natives S23002GOO bcs shorn fed latnbs S2COO cull ami utllilv tlSOfl2100 few native lambs under S1500 but Inferior culls sold down to S1000 cholcO fed shorn Texas yearlings toppci at hulk goad lo choice S22002300 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live slock receipts foe Monday Hogs 15000 cattle 16000 sheep 5000 Local Livestock HOGS TV1ASON Saturday OUT OF MARKET Jacob E Decker Sons CATTLE MASON Satunlaj Prime ctecrs nnd hcitcrs S32003100 Choice steers and Heifers S2 0031 0 flood slccTs ami heifers S20002800 Commercial steers iind heifers S170fl200 Utility steers nml heifers S150017W Good Cows SHOOIBW Commercial cows S13001B 0 Utility cows S1200I40fl Cannera and cutters 00 517002100 LVUVK5 MASON Saturday S2fl002l00 S16002IIOO sioonicoo S28003000 524002800 LAMBS MASON Out of sheep mnrfcet until furtlic E Decker fc Sons Common Culls Choice Good Mason City Grain At pm Satunla Oats No 2 78c Corn cash 15 Corn new del Dec J5 Soybeans Oct Nov del nan at the home of Mr and Mrs Dwight Fcrnau Clarence Gall oway received word of the recov ery of Mrs Russell Higgle from major surgery at a hospital ir Denver Colo Mrs Riggle is a for mer Corwilh resident PLYMOUTH Mary Fitzl has been ill with pleurisy the pasl week and is still confined to her bed Mr and Mrs Lee Heironimus of Minneapolis came to get the formers mother Mrs Clara Heironimus who will again spend the winter in their home Mr and Mrs Earl Rath and son Ronald of Cedar Falls also came for a visit with the mother and grandmother before her de parture and Mrs Robert Pritchard of Yellow Lake Lodge Wis visited relatives and friends in Garner recently CORWITHMrs Mac Page re amed to her home after a visit with her son Lyle at Newton LITTLE CEDARMr and Mrs Sprung arc visiting the Lit ers cousin and husband Mr and Mrs Marvin Elliott at Fullcrton GRAFTON Relatives and riends received cards from Mr and Mrs Clarence Kruse of Hamp on announcing the arrival of Steven Ray Sept 27 Mrs Kruse s the former lone Nnck RAKE Mrs Edith Engelby ocal PTA president Mrs Russell Sime Mrs Tryg Haugen and Mrs Kenneth Nesheim attended the fall convention of the Parent Teachers Association at the Central Lutheran hurch at Mason City j Moson City Produce by E O Mono Al am Saturday Eggs No 1 Eggs No 2 Eggs No 3 Hens 5 Ibs and over Hens under 5 Ibs White Rock Springs Old cocks heavy breeds Leghorn cocks 49c 39 c 31C 18c 16c 24c 12C lOc LEGAL NOTICES SOTICK OK AIlOINTMENT OK AUM1N1STKATOK STATE OK IOWA Cerro Gordo County M No 7956 Notice Is hereby given that the under gned has been duly appointed and quail as Admlnhstralor ol the estate o Lloyd Wesley IJond Deceased late o Ccrro Gordo County All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make 1m mediate payment and those having claims ajfainst the same will prcsen them duly authenticated to the under signed for allowance und file In the ol flee of the Clerk of the District Court IIAHOLD L 13OND MINES MOUNT Attorney Dated September 23 1952 8 11 AlacPKAK Cleric District Cour JEAN KOHDE Deputy OKlCilNAI NOTICK fil Tlie District Court Of In Anil For Cerro Cordo Counlr EILEEN KLEIN vs Plaintiff KENNETH KLEfN Defendant To tie Above Nimorf Befeurtanl are hereby notified that there In now on file In the office of the Clerk of th above entitled Court the Petition of th plaintiff asking that plaintiff be on absolute decree of divorce from you o the grounds of cruel and Inhuman treat ment Snld Petition further prays that th plaintiff he granted the absolute care cus tody and control of the minor child Davi Dale Klein and that she be awarded chl support In a reasonable amount and tha sho have judgment for attorney fees an Court costs For further particulars sec Petition not on file You are also hereby notified to appca before said Court i the Court House i Mason City Cerro Gorilo County Iowa o or before the 3rd day of November B5i and thil unless you so appear your dcfaui will be entered ami judgment or decre will bo rendered against you for the relic demanded In Die Petition JAMES H HHOWN lllli ICast Slate Mason City Iowa Attorney for Plaintiff NOTICK OP VK011ATK OK WIII STATE OF IOWA Ccrrn Gordo County ss In District Court No 7953 Scptcm ber Term 1952 To All Whom It May Concern You arc hereby notified that an instru mcnt of writing purportinglo be the las Will and Testament of C O llcinsclman Deceased dated May 2 1950 having been this day filed opened and read Wednes day Ihc 29th day of October 1952 is fixei for hearing proof of sume at the Cour House In Atason City Iowa before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of snld Court and At oclock A M uf the dny above mentioned all person Interested arc hereby notified and ic quired to appear nnd show cause if any they hnve ivliy instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for he las Will and Testament of said deceased Dated at Alason City Iowa October 1 1952 S H WacPEAK Clerk District Cour JEAN IIOI1DE Deputy NOTICK OF APIOINTMENT OF EXKCUTOR STATE OK IOWA Ccrro Gordo County ss No 7945 Notice Is Hereby Given that the under signed has been duly appointed and inall tied as Executor of the cslnle of Cecilia Anna Bergman Deceased late of Ccrro Gordo County All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make 1m mediate payment and those having claims against the same will presen them duly nuthcnticnted to the under signed for allowance nnd flic in the office of the Clerk of the District Cnurt JOHN UEflGMAN WAHREN L DcVHlES Attornc Dated October H 1952 S H MacPEAK Clerk District Cour By JEAN HOHDE Deputy To Pete Smlctl Thrift Lon Co mid the Iuhllc You and each of you arc hereby noli fled that on October 27 1952 at oclock A M the undersigned will sell to Ihc highest bidder at his place of busincs as listed below one certain 193fl Chevro let master deluxe town sedan motor No 2319671 serial No 21 223972 ant bearinfi Iowa license plate No 172937 Al bids must be sealed and accompanied b a cashiers check or certified check In Hi amount of the bid No bids will be ac copied after oclock A M on Octo her 27 1952 MEfmiTT FISHER SUMS GAHAGE 820 S Jersey Mason City Iowa Death Notices MfLLEfl Mrs Frank A fLavillel Miller 87 of 662Vi East State died at a liospitil Friday followlnc an ill ness Funcrnl services will be held Monday at fl am nt the McAuley and Son Chapel with Doctor Lloyd A Guslafson pastor of the First Method 1st Church officiating Interment will be at Elmwood Cemetery Thc Mc uley and Son Funeral Home is In charge STElELTON Charles E B3 died nt Ills homc at Ventura Friday night following an IllnessFuneralservices will be licld at 2 pm Monday at the PattersonJames with tile Ucv A E nau paslor of ISvanRcllcal United Brethren Church Vcnliira of ficiating The PattersonJames Fu neral Home Is in charge CLAnK Mrs E J 72 of 29Vi E State died Thursday at a Mason City hospital following an Illness Fu neral services will be held Monday nt II am at thc McAulcy and Son Chnpel with the Rev Jinmnnuc Krcd mund interim pastor of the First Baptist Churoh officiating Interment will he at Memorial Park Cemetery McAuley and Son Funeral Home is In charge SMITH Wesley 46 of 100G Tay lor NW died suddenly at ant Thursday in an ambulance cnroute to n hospital following a heart allack runcrnl services wlllbe held Monday nt pm at tlic McAuley and Son Chnpel with Doctor Lloyd A Gus lafson pastor of the First Methodist Church officiating Interment will be nt Elmwood Ccmclcry The McAuley and Son Kuncral Home Is in charge In Memoriom A2 IN MEMORY of my husband Chas Peterson who passed nway Oct There Is an open gate at the end of he road Through which each must BO alone And there In a light we cannot see Our Ijilhcr claims His own Uejond the gale my loved one Finds happiness and rest And there Is comfort In the thought That a loving God knows best Mrs Chas Peterson and children 3 MASON CfTY PATTERSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason City Rockwell Licensed In Minnesota and OWH COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME The Home of Thoughtful Service 126 3rd St NE Phone 1505 MAJOK FUNERAL HOME Phone 511 209 2nd St NE Major Serv Ico Mcela Your Needs McAULEY SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified FunenU Service 8 S Adams Phone 631 CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Clear Lake Ambulance Service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Monuments Etc 83 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable 1889 Sec our large display ot fin ished monuments In all granites Including Montello Mark every dolver inywheit 130 10th St SW PbOM 3K Personals 5 UNWED GIRLS Jloipital service confidential Legal adop tions Eva Thomson 1414 K 27th Kansas City Mo AT COMMAND jcenfle to handv Flna Foam rug and uphol story cleaner Damons or woman driver Calif toon Ph 18911 Clear Lake DRIVING to California leaving Sun Want riurjs to help drive and share expenses Jh 2201W 138 J2th NW Money to Loon 50 ASK MRS SIMON Also Larger Loans 321322 First National Bldg SECURITY LOAN CO Phone 412 CASH loans and Household Finance Corporation TA N Fed 2nd Floor Room 1 Phone Ml SEE United Financial Service ior quick service on loans Over Ford Moulting Drue S25 to S300 Slate Finance Co 201 Weir Itldg Phone 1038 LOANS AT THRIFT Money in min utes JMi 51S 19i No Fed over Woolworths SEE the United Home Bank i Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans NEED CASH Sec TOM MITCHELL NORTH IOWA FINANCE LOANS on Salary Car Furniture N Federal Phone 3540 Busjnesi Opportunities 1 8 AMERICAS FASTEST GROWING CHAIN wants n building creeled 25o re turn on your investment Total cost Is 56000 We pay guaranteed a year with a 10 yenr lease Won derful Investment opportunity Write for further details Care Box FJO Globe Gazette 2 STALL Service Station For Lease Gallonage rental Best of lo cation Be in business for yourself Call 4823R FOR RENT Filling station and house 10 ml S Mason City on Hiway CS See Maurice Kitsis Odd Lot Shoe Co FOR RENT Meat department in Basket Grocery at HAMPTON IOWA Completely equipped Doing an excellent business Phone or write L E Ashland Clear Lake Iowa FOR Reggies Coffee Shop at Rockwell In Priced to sell WELDING SHOP Including building for sale in small town S485000 with terms to right party See bank at Glcnvillc Minn Mole Help Wanted 20 Sa esman to sell Robin Hood Flour IF tfr You liavc had some sales ex perience in the food field Arc hcttVccn the nges of 2535 it Are lo travel in and around Mason City THEN Investigate this Immediate oppor tunity with Icadina flour milling firm A car will be furnished plus expenses ami full emplovco bene fits Write E Department INTERNATIONAL MILLING COMPANY 800 McKniRht Building Minneapolis Minnesota part time with car who would like to cnrn an additional S50 per wk working evenings and Sat with National organization Local work no canvassing Ages 19 to 30 Full lime S90 and up Qualify for appointment by calling 4808W before fl pm MANAGER TRAINEE AVe have an excellent oppor tunity for ambitious men who are underpaid in their present employment and who wish a permanent position with a fast growing national organization If you qualify you will earn to per week and have a wonderful chance of becoming manager in a very short time with an income of to per month See M D Clemens from 10 a m to 1 p m at room 206 207 N Federal WANTED Carpenter Help Immediately and for this com ing winter to build houses in Mason City Northern Iowa Write BoxFll GlobeGazette married man for year around farm job 4 rm house Ph 469 Fertile In Albert Juhl Clear Lahe HARDWARE MANGood opportunf ly lor yoiinp and ajfgresslvo man Experience helpful but not necessary Challin IIUw SUmplon Iowa Mole Help Wanted 20 We me opening a New Business in Mason City and surrounding territory We need 5 men If you are inter ested in making per week write giving full particulars in first letter to Box GG Globe Gazette farmer cxp am bitious thoroughly trustworthy cap able of working into share or percent farming with older couple on high grade 240 A farm Modern sep home farm bides and mach Present basis salary extras bonus Only topnotch men apply please Give ref Write Box A10 GlobeGazette MACHINERY setup man Hand tools necessary Farm exp helpful North Iowa Farm Store 706 So Fed OFFICE MANAGER General ledger railroad rate experience Write Jlox Gll GlobeGazette WANTED Men For Slock work produce work Apply to MR CARD SOUTH PIGGY WJGGLY STOKE Build Yourself A Secure Future At Caterpillars New Plant in Joliet mois 40 Miles S W of Chicago Immediate openings for Hun dreds of skilled and unskilled men in a new modern plant offering good pay a fine em ployee benefit program and excellent opportunities for ad vancement For Complete Details Contact Your Nearest STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Or CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO JOLIET ILL Personnel Office Open Monday Thru Saturday female Help Wonted 21 PART TIME FULL TIME INCOMK An opportunity for 6 women in Cnvro Gordo County iq cnrn S30 to S50 for 3 lxvs work per week No canvassing no investment free training Car essen tial Children no handicap Write Box T9 GlubeGazctlc or woman for house keeping on frrni in home Write Box ti9 GlobcGiiiotte 6 day 1 meal wages open Bungalow Cafe Forest City Ph 29041 21441 for office work Also salesladies for full or part time work Ajiply Style Slioppc WANTED Receptionist FOR Beauty Salon Salary Regular store hrs Va cation Privilege of store dis counts Apply ELAINE GARNER DAMONS BEAUTY SHOP helper S S Kvcs ge Store 17 N Fed WANTED DAY WORK GOOD WAGES Phone 682 woman to care for Invalicl lady Ph 1811 or 2593 WANTED Beauty Operator Salary commission Regular store hours Vacation Privi lege of store discount Apply ELAINE GARNER DAMONS BEAUTY SHOP SALKS GIHL NBEDEOGoorl salary Plus commission Apply Splegcls 21 Men or Women If you arc interested in making to a year extra for 3 to 4 hours of your time on Sunday morn ing and own a light car write to Russell Lynch Clear Lake la Box 242 Salesmen molor iS arcaGood I All I kS1 Write Box GlobeGazelle   

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