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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                16 Oct 25 1952 Jin nun Cllr OlobeGatiltc Matuu Cily la Students Honored in Music Tryouts FOREST CITY Twelve of the students who tried out for the state vocal chorus state band and or chestra received honors in the re cent tryouls al Spencer Those to sing in the state chorus iJUllv in DCS Moincs over Ihe Thanksgivcan now be controlledtemporarily ircy Twcoten Milo Pitkin JlonnyJ Klipping Darrei Suby and Gerald 13oman In the state orchestra will be Dennis JJnycs violin JJnying in Ihe state band will be Nlta Lack ore clarinet Sylvia Hartlcson French horn and Elaine Kraake vik trombone ClinicaJ tests ut Memorial Can cor Center in New York have shown that certain forms of cancer of the breast and prostate ing holiday are Lorraine Juhl Sharon Trail Eloyce J hidden An and irregularly by steroid hor mones Livestock AUCTION AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tuesday Night Oct 28 8 p m We will have 100 head of Montana sioer calves 350 to 500 Ibs 50 head of Montana heifers 450 to 600 Ibs 130 head of Mon tana yearling steers 600 to BOO Ibs also some Holslein spring ing heifers native cattle vcnl calves and some and boars All consignments appreciated ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Calhoun Owner Phone 113 St Ansgar AUCTION To held af farm located 6 miios cast of Hayfiold Minn then milos south on THURSDAY OCT 30 STARTING AT OCLOCK NOON 2 FARMS AND ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY 89 head pi livestock ieod large lino oi machinery WELL IMPROVED 120 ACRE FARM practically all tillable down 53500 more on February 1 1953 ALSO UNIMPROVED 80 ACRES V3 MILE SOUTH OF THE 120 ACRE FARM MRS ELLA DAHLE Owner v Albright Sparks Auctioneers Auslin Minn or Sargeanl Minn CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE On account of death of my husband tho late J C Johnson will a Closlna Out Sale onthe farm located V4 mllo south of Thornton and 7 miles oast to 4way bridge or 3 milos north of Sheffield on No 65 and 1 milos wosf or 3 miles south and 2 miUt west of Rockwell on Wednesday Oct 29 Commencing at Oclock Noon The following property 5 GOOD MILK Guernsey Brown Swiss ond Jersey cows fresh or near Cows are so gentle a woman con milk them White Faced Hereford bull 2 years old 6 corves Duroc crossed feeder pigs BALED 80 bales of rimorhy and clover hay FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT jHC M tractor IHC combine with IHC tandem Orfopt disc IHC hay loader IHC lsoctior drag ond ovenor IHC 4row planter on rubber IHC spreader IHC rake IHC windrowor 2 steel wheel wagons with boxes 1 steel wheel wagon with flat rack Brlggs and Stratton engine and speed jack Galloway elevator 2 years old Ford truck 2M mounted corn picker 2 years old manure loader used 4 days IHC com plow for tractor small feed grinder IHC oat seeder J D 3 bottom 14inch plow Ford tractor belt for feed grinder two 2wheel trailers power mower horse drawn mower 2 wagon hoists electric brooder 1000 chick size chicken feeders and waterers power lawn mower 1 year old etc SOME HOUSEHOLD Perfection oil burners large sire Black and white Collie cattle dog Many other articles too numerous to mention TERMS OF SALE Cash or make arrangements with clerk of before time of the sale No property tcbe removed until settled for Mrs J C Jdmson Owner Ralph W Patron and Claude Chaplin Auctioneers Sheffield Savings Bank Clerk tOllTlCAr rotiruTu VKIITISEMENT Court Order Bans Barrier to Drainage CJIAHLES An injunction WUH issued in Hislriet Court which prohibits August S w a n t Scott Township farmer from maintain ing ditch burrlcis whlcli two neigh bors claim diverted the natural flow of water and damaged their properties The injunction requires jSwaiit within 30 days to remove all obstacles placed along a fence line between his properly and thai of Lola H IrJjigJe which obstructs Ihe flow of water Lola PriiitJo and Leonard Zwcck neighbors claimed that natural flow of surface waters from their land had been inlo two swales on Lola PrJngles land and then into an open ditch and onto and through the Swanl farm coursing finally into a creak 5Swcck and 1ringlc ullegud that they tiled their ami so thai water would follow the natural drainage course They stated that Swant construc ted artificial barriers across the open ditch which prevented the flow of the Zweck and IrhigJc properties Judge William I Butler denied Zweck and Irlngle SaOOO damages which they claimed resulted to their properties been use of the ditch barriers Brifrt Audience Hears Dierking Discuss the UN BRITT The Rev Wilbur F Dicrkinga pastor of he First Presbyterian Church Mason City spoke on The United Nations Seven Years After at a United Millions birlliday celebration here Friday evening The UN birthday party was sponsored by the Brill American Legion Auxiliary Mrs H 0 Htichhaus presided Mr Dietking discussed his visit 0 the UN in August 1950 the day he Ilussian delegation returned to he Security Council after the out breakof the Korean War He de scribed it as the slage setting for he old game of power poliiips a played by all nations down through history Mr Dierking told his audience hnt the world should not lose faith In Iho UN He called il the great est hope of Jill human organiza tions Square dancing by the girls of Iho Junior Auxillnry in native costumes anil areading by Mrs Lowell Brooks highlighted the en lerlainmenl Foreignborn residents of Brill were introduced some wearing heir native costumes Flags of nil UN countries were displayed Coffee was served by the Aux iliary with Swedish Greek Ger man and Bohemian pastries Of all American young women between the ages of 18 and 20 347 per cent arc married while only 95 per cent of the young men between Die same ages arc mar ried CORN CRIBS AVAILABLE MartinSteel Built Call or Write STODDARD BUILDERS SUPPLY 617 4th S W PHONE 1279 IOU UUAt AlfvrTfl ISlMUNT Ann THE ftgpU8LiCAN Midwest Livestock Trend fjwxi JI J3W1SO XXM7U 170180 MMIflO ILHJZOl 200210 2IU22R 220230 Ihs 230240 240250 230260 MO270 MATUK1MVH JKILKH Albert JCD Aliilln Minn Mluii 25c 25i Ihs J12W II 3 W 280290 300310 310220 320330 XIO310 310330 Ihs Jtw Good IjukinK MOJIX i ro100 uosoo 500550 Ibs lljs S17M JI725 J170S SIGtr SIB 25 SI8U5 sisrr 3112J SIC25 S15M SIJ75 S14 25 J1IOO JJ50U J1800 1 SI 7 SI JI7M J17M 41731 J1720 11705 SJGW Waterloo Steady lilt 3S Sir25 51625 JIC75 JI7M S17Z1 JI72S S17JO S1095 51080 SJB60 siulr S13H5 S1555 Sit 50 Ibii 11530 S13IXJ SMW SMW SIB50 ilG35 J162U S1605 S15M S1S75 SI5SU 81345 SIC 25 Sti73 S15M S1475 S1423 SI3TS S1D2S Cedar llnpltfe Slcady J 1175 JH75 S1575 S1723 S172S S1723 S172S J17IO SI 693 SIC03 S1623 S1U1M S1573 S1350 S131KJ SIC25 S1573 S152J Si 175 St425 Mason City Produce IQuoUlliml lif K n Aliirsel At a m Saturday ggs No 1 510 Eggs No 2 3gu Eggs No 3 35C Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over itic Hens under 5 IbsI4c Leghorn liens i4C While Hock Springs 23c Cocks hea vy i2c Leghorn Cocks lOc Here and News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Mrs Ru dolph Ituthaford of Pasadena Calif spent several days in the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Navri lil WAUCOAIA Harry Watt W a u c o in a bei soninlaw and Jnughlcr Mr and Mrs Will Maurcr and children Rcadlyn left this week for the eastern United Sta tcs am Mrs H B Dockstadcr drove lo Crcsco recent ly and visited at Ihe Waller Clea son home and Mrs Sylvin Rcicrson arrived home from the Municipal Ilospilnl at Forest City where the former submitted lo major surgery and Mrs George Borchert an Allen were recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs George Glasscll and Mrs Harold Ryan and family and Clifford Johnson made a business trip to Uassoll Neb recently and Mrs Ed Hewitt of Ricevillc visited in the Harry Clark home recently en ronlc home from Carroll where they had attended a meeting LEROY S a r a li LTpin came home Sunday from Syracuse N Y where she spent the slimmer with her sister Mrs A Zeaman and Mrs Idor Bjonertid and Miss Zcphie Fisher efl Thursday for Omaha Neb where Ihey will spend several days with Mrs Bjoncruds brother Dr C F Sabolik and family LEROY Blade and Charles Moe Icfl Ihis week for Minneapolis then to San Diego Calif for military training and Mrs LcRoy McGrcw and daughter Diane o Belle Plainc and Mr and Mrs Russell Pierce and children oJ Nashua visited their parents the Rev am Mrs Earl Hodgkin Auditor and Mrs Maynard Schoneman recently purchased the Legried house in Clear View addition to Garner and will alee possession about Oct 25 Auditor Schoneman is building garage on his new property CORWITH Mrs Chris Shultz Mrs Paul William Mrs Ray Frey Mrs Wilbur Sludcr Anna Meyers and Mrs Harvey Hankin attended an Iowa Baptist convention at Boonc and Mrs Har vey Felton nnd son Tom visited in Ihe home of Mr and Mrs Ervin Sutlon near Nora Springs recently CORWITHMr and Sirs Earl Gjerslcd and Cindy arc moving inlo the home Ihey recently pur chased known asthe John Carlson home to Mr and Mrs Leonard Brannon a son Ocl 18 Dcwey Camp bell visited recently al Ihe A J Rhutascl home in Mason City Dorothy Runcie field representative for the State Department of Social Welfare vis ited atthe local welfare office Tuesday LITTLE and Mrs Jacob Winter and Caroline were guests recently at the Allah Olson home PLYMOUTJIMrs Mabel Coates of Auburn attended the funeral of a relative Truman Bulls and spent a few days visiting the Clar ence Htigis and Mrs Floyd Vcldhouse are the parents of a son born Ocl 9 at the Clarion Hospital A RED Mr nnd Mrs F T Tinslcy of Chicago arrived al the M C Mead home for a weeks visit The worn err arc sisters KANAWHA Mrs Ernest Mchl Smit washonored at a showpr al St Johns Lutheran Church parlors Mrs and Mrs Merlin Johnson of Alex ander were among the hostesses Hog Prices Stay Steady CHICAGO closed nom inally steady Saturday at the end of the fourth straight week of de clining prices Barrows and gilts lost 85 cents to and sows were steady to 50 cents down for the week Erratic price movements were registered in the cattle section during the week USDA Hogs 200 tolal 1000 estimated Compared wccl ago Harrows and Kills 83 to mostly 100 lower sows steady to lower choice 1BO270 11 barrows and Bills closed jit lBiylB40 relatively little under 1H25 several hundred head of bar rows and gills weighing 1UO230 Ibs 1850 me carload of choice 212 Ibs 1RGO weights over 2BO Ibs practically absent one fiir of choice around 500 butchers went at 1725 small lots choice 1001711 b lights 17501800 choice BOWS 400 Ibs and under J7501825 400500 Ib weights 10751750 Cattle 300 eslmaled total not given compared week ago Few loiids high rime ulcers 1230 Ibs down strong to 50 ilghiM rank arid flic choice and prime vcarllngs nnd prime sleers up lo 1300 Ibs mostly stoutly good and choice mature steers and prime big weights 50 to 100 owcr steers grading commercial nnd below fully steady heifers niojiUy steady cows 50 to 100 higher hulls slrong to oO higher vealors steady slnughtcr ailvex weak o lower slackers nnd strong to 50 more higher two loads high prime 1037 and 1203 1I fed steers 3G75 and 3700 top 3700 highest since early June bulk choice and prime slocrs ami 30503500 most choice yearlings 3150 up mostly choice wolghly steers sold as low as 3000 late sales high choice to high prime H251525 Ib I2003400 loidlals mixed choice and prime yearlings 34503500 rood to low choice steers 26503050 ulllily and com mercial kinds 20002500 Sheep loo estimated total not given compared week ago Choice ami prime lambs 2550 iowci cull to offerings 50 to 100 lower yearlings fully 50 lower sheep 50 Instances 100 lower choice md prime native lambs topped at 24 50 most such offerings laic 2100 and 2425 light culls ROflloOOi 05 to 80 Ib kinds I20fl1500 utility to average goodgrades 152200 late choice native cwcs 6 00 sparingly early but lllllc above 525 late KSTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS Munilays Market CHICAGO estimated sal able llveslock receipts for Monday Jlogs 15000 caltlc 20000 sheep 2000 Local Livestock HO09 MASON ClTYFor Saturday Slondy J ICO170 S1125 iitfiii iifiits 170n light lights 180200 SIC75 Good medium weights 200220 fiood medium weights 220230 S17 5 Good medium weights 230240 Good medium weights 240250 S17 IS Oood mcdulm weights 250200 S16 95 Good medium weights 2GO270 Good medium weights 270280 SltG5 Rood medium weights 2BO290 S1650 Good medium weights 230300 Sioas Good medium weights 300310 Sis20 Good medium weights niO320 SIC 05 Good medium weight 3203TO SISflfl Good medium weights 33034D S15 75 Good medium weights 310350 sis GO Good medium weights 350350 Coocl SOWS 270300 S1G2 Oond sows 300330 S1575 Good sows 3303CO S1S2S Good sows 360100 SU7 Good sows 400450 SM 21 Ciood sows 450500 No hogs received atler 5 p m Jacob E IJcckcr S Sons UATTIC MASON Saturday Prime sleers and heifers CD Choice steers and heifers S2D 0031 00 Good steers and heifers S2GOO2noc Commercial steers ami heifers Utility steers and heifers S150017 OC Good Cows SH001800 S13001G00 S1200ll00 S17002100 Common Culls Cholco Good Commercial cows Ulllily cows Cnnncrs nnd cutlcis Uulls CALVES MASON Saturday Slfi002000 528003000 S24002800 rAMBS MASON Salurdnj Out ot sheep marKot until urlhcr 12 Decker Si Sons Mason City Grain At p m Saturday Oats No 2 8c Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del 2J5 Officers Elected GARNER Linda Swalvc was elected president of the Twin Lakes GoGetters yirls 4H club at a re cent meeting at the home of Linda Swalvc Other officers elected were Betty Lowdwcn vice presi dent Faye Jannssen secretary treasurer Marcella Ncuhring re porter and Dorothy Roul histori an Suffers Broken Heel ACKLEY F S Harrington manager of the Marshall Canning Company plant at Ackley suffered a broken heei when a 500pound beam fell on him while he was at work He isa patient at the Luth eran Hospital at Hampton LEGAL NOTICES 1VOTICK OF APIOINTMENT OF KXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA Ccrro Gordo County ss No 945 Notice Is Hereby Given that the under stoned has been duly Appointed nnd quail fled ns Cxccutor of the estate of Cecllln Anna Bergman Deceased late of Ccrro Gordo County All persons Indebted to said estate arc requested to make Im mediate payment and those having claims against the same will present theiri duly authenticated to the under signed for allowance and file In the oCflcc of the Clerk ot the District Court JOHN BERGMAN WARREN L DeVRlES Attorney Dated October 8 1952 S It MacPEAtC Clerk District Court Ky JEAN IIOHDE Deputy D E P E N D O N Classified Advertising Rates or Mason City and Surround ing Trade Territory only Oilier rates on request This Is6 point type Die rates for Ihla size lype arc Count 2027 letters and spaces to liue TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 1 day 3 days 6 days lines 40 3 lines GO 153 270 4 lines 80 204 360 5 lines 100 255 450 0 lines 120 306 540 7 lines 140 357 G30 8 lines lGO 408 720 0 lines 180 810 lard of Thanks In for 15 lines Regular rate of 20 cents a line for anything over 15 lines W A N T A D S P H O N E 3 8 0 0 Easy to Place a Want Ad If you have something you want to sell trade or rent if you want a good job or good help and would like to place a want ad just Call 3800 and ask for the want ad department We will be glad to give you sugges tions that will help you get results Classified Display 1 day 3 days G days I Inch This is 10 point type The rotes for this size type Count 1320 tellers and spaces to line 1 day 3 days G days 2 lines 50 3 lines 85 198 3GO lines 100 204 480 5 lines 125 330 60C 6 lines 150 396 72C 7 lines 175 462 840 J lines 200 528 9GO 9 lines 225 594 1020 Mason City Locals 35e a line set in this size type Count 25 spaces and letters to a line lOc extra will becharged for all ads and locals not paid for at time of insertion Remember A GlobeGazette Want Ad Reaches Over 24000 Families in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota You can run a 2 line ad for 1 day for as low as days days JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN ADTAKER UNLESS special classifica tion of ad is requested customers must accept classification of advertis ing department of this paper Notices A ring and valve job Slops oil burning increases gas mileage for cars trucks tractors Part or full time salesman wanted KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 11 3rd N E Mason City la Card of Thanks WE WISH lo express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for Uic sympathy of our friends ami relatives during the time of our recent be reavcmcnt We especially want to thank Dr Hale and Paul McAutey Mr ant Mrs niehnrd Neumann and Candls Hac In Memoriam A2 In loving memory of our Son and Brother Stciifan J Kcr clitff wlio was killed 10 years ago Oct 26 1342 What would 1 give lo clasp Ills hand lljs happy face to sec To heir ills voice and see his smile That meant so much to me Mother rather ami Sisters Funeral Directors MASON CITY MAJOR FUNERAL HOME Phone 511 209 2nd St NE Major Scrv Ice Meets Vour Needs McAULEV SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral Service 8 S Adams Phone 651 IA lYKHSONJAaiKS CHAPELS Mason City Rockwell Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME rile Homo of Thoughtful Service 120 ird St NE Phone 1505 CLEAH LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Cleai Lake Ambulance Service Daj Phone 8 Night Phono 7 Monuments Etc 83 MASON CITY Monument Works Homo owned and rellabla since 1889 See our large display ol fin shed monuments In all granites including Montcllo Mark every grave We deliver anywhere 150 tOlh St SW Phone 392 Personals Going to CALIFORNIA Drive lale model car out to Long Beach for us For details Ph 2911 UNWED GIRLS Hospital service confidential seclusion Legal adou Ions Eva Thomson 4911 E 27lh Kansas City Mo F RUGS arc clean new theyll seem tUso Flna Foam rug and upholstery cleaner Damons Personals DIMVINC to Portland and Seattle Will pay txpciaen for passenger drivers Ih 2S11 Bucks Used Cars CHRISTIAN couple young ambitious 2 helpful age boys love farm life anlmplD and used to hard work seek financial sponsor to buy Clear Lake farm livestock and equipment for us Will contract to repay with Interest furnish accurate monthly records some security but must have faltb and Interest Jn us Good reputation good family best references Write liox K23 GlobeCaictte Lost Found Ldtiys dark rimmed glasses Uaptlst Ch Reward Ph 5026W 2 HEAD of cattle strayed to my farm NW of town Ph 495JU2 Money to Loan NEED CASH See TOM MITCHELL NORTH IOWA FINANCE LOANS on Salary Car Furniture 119A N Federal Phone 3540 to S300 State Finance Co 201 Weir Bide Plionc 1038 SEK United Financial Service fur quick service on loans Over Fan Hopkins Drug CASH loans S20 to Household Finance Coiroratlon 7i4 N Fed 2nd Floor lloom 1 Ph HOI SEE tho United ilome Bank Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans LOANS AT THRIFT Money la min utes Ph 516 No Fed ovei Woolworths EMPLOYED WOMEN MARRIED OR SINGLE to LOANS Use our Special Lunch Hour Service Ph 412 first and gel the loan in one visit Get it your way and fast Ask Mrs Simon 321322 First Nat Bdg Security Loan Co Seeds Feeds 17 WE WANT NEW CORN Get our bid before you sell Kensett Elevator Kensett la Steer Feed SPECIAL Save money on our fall booking of high mo lasses Purina Steer Fatina Booking Is Limited FARMERS ELEVATOR Mason City Business Opportunities 18 al Osagc Same owner IB yrs Excellent business Living quarters above HcnL or buy bldg J Moore Kcaltor Osagc KOH groc store Large store room suitablo Tor business 2 nparlmcnls Good business in large Irade area Only store In small town P V Cash Grocery Mitchell la FOU 1 v e r s 1 0 o Cafe In Cliarlcs City Doing good business Reason for health Write Clcston Ilamm 1811 E Clark St Charles City or Ph 35 DRUG STORE With Lunch Counter Completely remodeled All new merchandise County Seat Town N Central Iowa Write Box II25 GlobeGazetle FOR vending machines on profitable route it reduced price for quick sale as I am leavinn the city Wrllc Box B23 GlobeGazette RESTAURANTS Taverns Hotels ma chine now ready for placement on percentage basis Shuffle Shoes realistic game of rHorse Shoes with actual steel Horse Shoes No invest ment Write Box D24 GlobeGazette Male Help Wanted 20 Firestone Tire Rubber Co Opportunity HAMPTON IOWA Young man 21 to 32 to learn business Must be ambitious aggressive looking for a fu ture Salary Bonus Special 30day training period Paid Vacation Insurance Retirement Program Hospilal and Surgical Benefils WRITE Give Qualifications Kent Johnson District Supervisor 310 10th St Des Moines la All Inquiries Confidential WANTED General Handyman Drive Wrecker Some Repair Wages Pleasant working conditions Vacations Ins Benefits elc Apply MIKE HOFFMAN Service Manager Sellon Motor Go 404 N Federal Phone 856 for direct sell Ing to home owners Excellent op porlunity Ph 258 or 12F22 lor ap pointment Saco Sott Water Male Help Wanted 10 DONT READ THIS unless you are ambitious One of the nations largest com panies has now opened its personnel department for the interview of select applicants who feel they could qualify for some 4 responsible posi tions within this stale Pre vious experience and college educations are not the decid ing factors If you are neat in appearance have good habits and a desire to ad vance inlo a position of real responsibility ami permanence we will gladly grant you an interview Many men of out standing natural ability find the door to success shut be cause they lack college educa tions and business experience This company has made it a practice lo look for such men We have successfully deve loped and promoted 23 such men to executive positions within this company in the last GO days Each of these men have averaged only two months in our employ prior to advancement They are now office managers with income in excess of a month As a trainee they averaged no less than per month Consider this carefully if married discuss this ad wilh your wife Ihen make an ap pointment to see Mr Haver ley at the Holel Hanfovd be tween Ihe hours of 10 a m and G p m Sunday Young Men TO 26 to install telephone cen tral office and electronic equipment ALL INSIDE WORK HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OR EQU1VALANT IN GOOD HEALTH AND WILLING TO TRAVEL AS REQUIRED PROGRESSIVE WAGE SCALE VA CATIONS SICKNESS BENEFITS PENSION PLAN Apply to Your Local Iowa State Employment Service WANTED Car Washer and Polisher Can make good salary See Charles Nagel John Gallag ler Inc 22 3rd NVV Ph 1144 Management Opportunity One of the nations largest companies has turned to Ma son City in its search for in telligent capable hard work ing men who at present are chained lo low paying jobs that offer little opportunity for advancement Those men chosen will enter an intensive training program in the Ma son cily area to be prepared for management in one of the 16 district offices in this slate or other executive positions in the 40 slates we presently operate in Please arrange for interviews with Mr Clem ens 207M N Federal Mason Cily between and HARDWARE opportuni ty for younK and aggressive man Experience helpful but not necessary Cliatfin Hdw Hampton Iowa o Help Pick corn No chores C L Smith Cartersville We Are Seeking A Young Man Preferably single and under 30 wilh a minimum of 2 years college work or equiva lent who is definitely inter ested in establishing a fine future with a large and pro gressive company A carefully planned train ing program insures regular step by step advancement w i t h atlcntiant salary in creasos and unlimited possi bilities for advancement This is a salaried position with car furnished and ex penses paid providing addi tionalbenefits of unusually at tractive insurance pension and bonus plan Apply to Universal GIT Credit Corporation 213 Lafay ette Bldg Waterloo Iowa W A N T for service station work Over 50 preferred Will con sider yoirngcr Apply in person See nud or Dick at Hughes Service W Side Clear Lake WANTED IMMEDIATELY By Mason City MANUFACTURING FIRM Having down town office Experienced Stenographer For general office work Must nave shorthand Write Box A21 Globe Gazette salary Call 97 Col WANTEDMitldlc aged woman for companion for elderly UdT smaft amount of homework Located In   

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