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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                MIIOB CHr Nov 1 1952 Miton Clij Allen Back as Deputy Sheriff We 11 en to Return to Photo Business Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Cal wan announced Saturday that Deputy Charles Wellcn will return o private photographic business ffective Nov 10 and that Jerry Vllen who beenon military eave with the US Navy Reserve return to the sheriffs office as eputy Allen on leave from the USS alem will return to Boston for is discharge He was called to ctive duty in June 1951 Allen 25 erved as deputy sheriff for ears before his recall He served n the US Coast Guard before oining the Naval Reserve Allen is the son of Mr and Mrs Ernest L Allen 132 24th S He ttended Mason City High School nd Junior College HOSPITAL pediatrics ward of Mercy Hospital was the scene of a Halloween Party Friday afternoon The ward was colorfully decorated by Student Nurses Gill Rivedai and Deeny Movies KameH and refreshments all were part of the program for the boys and girls The Pediatrics department is under the supervision of Sister Mary Johnita and Mrs Marie McClintock clinical instructor GOES OVERSEAS Staff Sgt William G Godfrey a radar technician is on his way to Japan for service in the Pacific Theater Enroutc he is spending furlough with his sister Mrs S V Jlmenei 1036 17th N E He enlisted in the Air Force in June 1950 and has been sta tioned at Ft Bragg N C since June 1951 He was assistant manager of the PlgglyWlggly store in Mason City before enter Ing service TRY A GG CLASSIFIED ADI C R Donner Pays for Drunk Driving Charles II Donner Webster City paid n fine and costs Friday nfter pleading guilty to drunk driving before District Judge Tom Bnynton Donner was arrested by Iowa Highway Patrol men Ocl 5 west of Clear Lake on Highway 18 after the car he was driving had collided with a parked car 3 Youths Fined After Damaging Mail Boxes Whipple 17 and Leon Kcrr 17 Chapin and Allen Warwick 18 Sheffield were each fined and costs in district Court here by Judge II C Nichol after pleading guilty to charges of maliciously injuring and defacing posts erected on a public highway The boys were arrested by Sher iff Lee M Lcmke after several rural mail boxes in the Chapin area had been pushed over or the posts broken off At the sheriffs suggestion the boys repaired the damage Livestock AUCTION AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tuesday Night Nov 4 8 p m We will have some Montana steer and heifer calves alio some yearling steers butcher cattle veal calves boars and our usual run of native cattle Bring in any stock you want to sell All consignments are greatly appreciated ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Calhoun Owner Phono 113 St Ansgar CATTLE For Sale WE HAVE 30 LOADS OF GOOD QUALITY MONTANA CATTLE COMING IN NOVEMBER 2ND 570 Hereford yearling steers 650 to 850 Ibs 250 Hereford yearling heifers 550 to 800 Ibs 150 Hereford steers weighing 1000 Ibs 40 Hereford steers weighing 1125 Ibs 60 Hereford steer calves Weighing 400 Ibs 550 of these Cattle are One Brand OSWALD STRAND SON MANLY IOWA Britt Doctor Quits After 40Year Toil Dr C O Brewster who ias practiced medicine in Britt for he past 40 years has sold his prac ice to Dr John Camp Dr Brewster plans to live in Jritl after his retirement though ic and Mrs Brewster will spend most of this winter traveling Throughout Dr Brewsters 40 years of practice here he has been in ardent supporter of the com Tiunily supporting major civic im novcmcnls and he was one of the nen largely responsible for the iromotion of the Hancock Memo rial Hospital In 1938 he built his present office building that includes several rooms for examinations xrays treatment and consultation ile also built the building occupiec by the Nissen Drug The veteran physician in his 40 years practice has delivered more than 2000 babies and has deliverct many infants to mothers he also brought into the world Dr Brewster served as presiden of the Commercial Club in 1946 He is a Mason and a member of the Methodist Church Dr Camp who took over the practice of Dr Brewster Saturday is a general physician and surgeon Ho practiced for two years a Thompson before entering servict in the US Navy He was dis charged but two weeks ago aftei serving on the West Coast and on the USS Frontier in Korean waters He is a graduate of the Univcr sity of Illinois Medical School and interned at the Iowa Methodist Hos pital in DCS Moiiics He is n mem bcr of the American Medical Asso ciation and the Iowa State Medica Society Dr and Mrs Camp hav three children Friends Come to Aid of New Haven Farmer NEW me with nine corn pickers two cleva and about 20 wagon went to the Charlie Green farn nine miles cast of Osage an picked liis corn They also com pleted the corn crib Green hac started to build before he was tak on ill with pneumonia The men were served dinner a the Silver Grill at Riceville Tin following men helped with th work John Dostart Anthony Blar igan Peter Meyer Will Meyer Qucntin Meyer Math Foxen Oth Francis Joe Wagner Clarcnc Sweeney L Counsel Jim Dunle Jr Paul Merrick Vincent Dunlc Sr Vincent Heman Miles Schwe ger Keith Sullivan Al Jahne Lester Schweigcr Robert Jnhnc Jim Jahnel Pete Brandt Vincer Miller Will Gllles Herbert Jo hann Sr Herbert Johnnn Jr Die Eagan Herbert Fox Robert er Glen Richards and Harlan Lubbcrt Gerald Francis WELL IMPROVED 120 ACRE FARM Miles West of Rose Creek Minnesota on black top all weathtr road will sold at PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8TH ON THE PREMISES 700 PM INSPECTIONS INVITED FREE GUESSING CONTEST T 7r WeVre II Inspetl II In every manner then attend fc i LESLIE HAKTZ OWNEK MVii lhcr March I 153 make wieIWrd 5ii X w fch mr Balance payable S5W per Tear vrlnclMl lUreil setter not March J I9S3 M payable In will MR 4 MRS LESLIE HARTZ OWNERS COL ALBERT HOPFE SON AUCTIONEERS remi ood 50160 Ibs 60170 Ibs 0180 Ibi BO190 IbK 90200 Ibs 00210 Ibs S1650 0220 Ibs 220230 Ibs 230240 Ibs 40250 Ibs 10260 Ibs 60270 Ibt Ibs 80290 Ibs 90300 Ibs 00310 Ibs S1545 0320 Ibs 20330 Ibs S1515 30340 Ibs 10350 Ibs 50360 Ibs ood Packing 0300 Ibs 00330 Ibs 30360 Ibs 60400 Ibs lb1 S1350 50500 Ibs 00550 Ibs IHIMH1I BORDERLINE LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Pet nited Home Bank IK 9 ees Lanes 11 M B A Pharmacy ir rcy Hospital IA Marshall Jt Swllt ir arm J Town Lumber II allagherft 13 mold Motor Supply edars Motor Co Ii rlardale Foods 14 Iverslde barn Ii hell Service filallon JERRY ALLEN Brannan Out Bureau Told by Thatcher NEW HAMPTON No matte vho is elected President there wil c a new secretary of agriculture ten Thatcher secretary of th iowa Farm Bureau Federation tolt 200 persons at the annual meeting of the Chickasaw County Farm Bu reau in St Marys hall The slate inent by the Iowa Farm Bureau executive indicates that Gov Ste venson intends to replace Charle Brannon who is opposed by th Farm Bureau if Stevenson is elect ed Thatcher also said that Ameri cans want peace in Korea bu not at any price He said freedom must come before peace Thatche further said that Iowa primar roads arc not the worst in the na tion as some say but that som of Iowas secondary roads do hoi that title and theFarm Burea Federation is for better secondar roads before the primary roads ar improved M A Cagley Ionia was reelec cd to a third term as president o the Chickasaw County Farm Bu reau with Lloyd Hockspeir of Alt Vista named vice president Kcit Hadley Fredericksburg secretary Harry Pietan New Hampton treasurer and Mrs Elmer Hass man womens chairman The group also approved the fo lowing members of the count Farm Bureau board Jake Sudo Bradford Harlan Miller Chicka saw Nick Laures Dayton Clarence Wcgner Deerfield Stai ley Nelson Dresden Lloyd Frcdericksburg Tom Attleson Jacksonville Albert Denner Hampton Floyd Eckcnrod Rich land JoeAmeling Slapleton Hen ry Huuer Utica Mike Elenz Washington Glenn Ladwig Free ericksburg voting delegate and A A Cagley Ionia alternate Among the resolutions passe was one to reduce the niembcrshi of the board of supervisors i Chickasaw County from five t three members elcn lary Slieeby relay Nelson 137 ean Johnson J38 Allen onnie Lee iolda Cartr 131 Illlodeeii Trebllcock 131 largaret McMonarle 1UO larian Tenny v 139 HOHDEKLINK LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd Hep Tot Lanes 0 WO 0 1787 Marshall 6 Swll 4shrd shrdl MarsliallSwlft 1 B87 RJH 617 78 1940 o Allen 160 lallafhers 1 r9 178 RJ 90 18J1 hell Service I Mtt 636 578 0 1740 Selma Day 160 414 mold Motors 1 fit 500 r91 33 1763 United Home 2 3tt 67H 0 1915 II Cioicin 171 459 IIBA Thar 1 623 610 GO6 0 1RII9 llverslde Harn 2 803 KU 1888 W Treblloook 178 F Urbalch 4ill Mercy Hospital 1 A8X 631 0 1776 irlardale 502 27 1818 E Cahalan 1471 E llartln 409 arm i Town 3 677 TOO 0 2034 ledars Motor 0 573 644 561 13 1789 R Games llil M Tenny 413 MOOSE LEAGUE STANDINGS W L 31 8 M MV4 1UV4 14Vi 13V4 Five at Charles City Enlist in Army Navy CHARLES CITY Five Charle City youths have enlisted in th Armed Forces and will leave fo duty Tuesday Three enlisted in the Navy an will be stationed at San Diego Calif They are Gaylc Greene so of Mr and Mrs Clifford Green 402 South Main street Allen Ho bert son of Mrs Bernard Palmer rural Charles City and Jamc Crandall son of Mr and Mrs Orl Crandall rural Charles City Two will leave for duly with th Army They are Robert Ferch so of John Ferch of Waterloo an Rudy Mehmcn son of Henry Mch men 207 Riching Street They wi receive their orders at Des Moinei Admit North lowans to Practice of Lcfw The following North lowan have been admitted to the practic of law in the state of Iowa follow ing examinations recently given i Iowa City Gilbert K Howard Ma son City Maurice W Cobvirn La Imer William D Lyons Cresco Robert H Michaud Forest City and Walter JL Parsons Eagl Grove Midwest Livestock SATURDAYS Albert Lea Mian Steady FBICES Austin Minn 10c15c higher S1325 S1425 51525 11625 31675 11675 11660 11630 11600 S158S J1570 11540 S 1520 Waterloo lOc higher S16SO S160S S14S5 S1250 Cedar Rapids Steady S13M J1650 S16JO HIGH 10 BOWLERS li 13 11 13 IS 15 is Vj6 519 481 444 444 441 444 larris Dlllbouih Vllllani Sheehan Wayne E Lund William Duncan lud8 Used Cars Walts Groceries Urrla Cuzy Karner ittsburgh Glass 14 13 Old Time Mooie 11 14 etes IKace IS II R J Leeie Barber Shop 11 in Mason City Tile k Marble 17 3aynor Grocery 5 22 MOOSE HIGH TEN BOWLERS Avf 168 163 163 lck Hughes 161 2eorfe Klrable 160 eorfe Chapdelaine 160 Bxrney Duncan 160 Kranlc Muehlsledt 1WI eorfe Mathews 15S HIGH SINGLE GAME eorce Klmble 341 eorfe Mathews 233 Georfe Mathews 228 HIGH 3 GAME SERIES Dick Hllfhea 637 Ken Belseth eorge Klmble 5M HIGH 3 GAME TEAM TOT Kurner Buds Cars 2518 IJuds Used Cars 2505 HIGH TEAM SINGLE GAME Buds Used Cam 920 Kozy Korner Jt85 Used Cars S67 MOOSK LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd Hep Tol Buds Used Cars 2 7 846 805 48 lt R J Leese 1 696 670 29L 238 Autle Groh Kl Ken Belselh 539 Walts Croc 1 713 673 698 216 21M Harris DX i 62U RS9 683 261 227 G Klmble 186 813 1etes Place 2 762 753 711 1M 241 1Ut Class I 730 833 Wl 171 238 Martin 189 Efrers 485 C Tile 2 198 631 880 297 2106 Old Time Moose 1 798 713 171 2 F Muehlstedt 197 W Lund 505 Kozy Korner 2 671 751 790 184 239 Rajnnr Groc 1 83S 598 6tH 381 2258 a Duncan 199 004 Hog Prices Turn Down CHICAGO the fifth con ecutive week hog prices turnec downward this week Most of the attle section also sold off with quite a number of head being helc ver for Mondays market Slaugh er lambs joined other livestock in lumping 300 total 1000 estimated omparcd week ago Barrows and un venly 6085 lower sows lost mostly ulk o hogs were choice No 1 and No butchers weighing 190250 Ibs top fo week sparingly on Monday with 1775 extreme limit laic closing price utchers 180330 Ibs S175fl1760 severs oads chocie 221 Ibs sold to snippers op sparingly paid choice sows 300 50 Ibs few lighter weight lightly more Cattle 500 esUniafed tola not given compared week ago Cholc ows 300350 Ibs few llghte weights slightly more Cattle 500 estimated total not given compared week ago Slaughter steers an icifers unevenly steady to or rnor ower mostly 5075 olf small supply hlg prime 10501250 Ibs fed steers held steady cows lost mostly 2550 with Instances of nore on commercial cows bulls closet ully 50 lower vealers and slaughte calves about steady while s locker an eeder cattle and calves steady to 50 lower ilzeable supply average prime to hlg prime 10501250 Ib fed steers score with nine loads at top choice and prime fed steers and yearling lulkctl and included high prim 554 Ib beeves at most good i ow choice steers brought 50 hig itlllty to low good and a loa of690 Ib offcolored steers In cutter lies 1400 several loads prime heifers 475 choice to low prime heifers 3375 commercial and good short fee1 heifers top beef cows at close very few commercial cows abov utility cows can neru ant cutters vealer 13400 goort and choice slaughter calve Sheep 100 estimated total not given compared week ago Slaughter lambs 50 100 lower choice yearlings steady bu cull o lowgood offerings lost 50 to op prime native lambs but 50 2350 market late cull to low good year Ings slaughter ewes 2550 high er at 2 Brothers Meet in Osage Hospital brothers met un expectedly in the Mitchell Countj Memorial Hospital Paul Dieterichs farmer nea Osage entered the hospital with an arm injury which bccurrct when the connecting rod of a trac lor and elevator penetrated the tower arm tearing muscles nea the elbow While he was being treated hi brother Mahlon entered for treat mcnt of shock following adminis tratiou of penicillin A most un usual case he became very il and il was necessary to adminis tor oxygen 3 From Goodell Enter Hospitals Bernard Noll had an appendectomy at Merc Hospital in Mason City Mrs Ver non Van Der Kamp underwent throatoperation at the Colonia Hospital in Rochester Minn an Mr Van Der Kamp is an acciden patient in the Belmond Hospita He caught his hand in a com pick er His parents from Sully came t assist with the work Red Cross Prepares Gifts for Navy Men IOWA FALLS Sixty gift pack ages for Navy men who will be 01 the high seas at Christmas wer shipped Thursday afternoon ac cording to a report by Mrs Fran Welden of Iowa Falls chairman o the North Hardin chapter of lh Red Cross Each package contains stationery nylon clothes brush hard candy photo folder shoe pol ishing cloth camphor ice paper bound book A survey conducted for the fou New York City municipal college indicates that the divorce rat among graduates are from one fourth to onetenth those of the n a tion as a whole ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live jtock receipts for Monday 20 000 cattle 19000 sheep 7000 Local Livestock HOGS MASON Saturda OUT OF MARKET Jacob E Decker t Sons CATTLE MASON Salurds Pnme steers and heifers Choice steers and heifers 3ood steers and belfers Commercial iteers and heifers Utility steers and heifers Good Cows S140018tk Commercial cows S13oe160i Utility cows 0014 Cannera and cutters S1200140J Bulls CALVES MASON Saturda Common J1SOO200 Ullt S10001SO Choice S28003000 Good S24002800 LAMBN MASON Saturda Out ol sheep market until further E Decker fc Sons Mason City Grain At p m Saturda Oats No 2 go Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del Mason City Produce kj K O Mono At a m Saturda Eggs No 1 51 Eggs No 2 39 Eggs No 3 35 Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over 16 Hens under 5 Ibs 14 Leghorn hens 14 White Rock Springs 23 Cocks heavy 12 Leghorn Cocks 1ft Demonstration Margharit Tarr of the landscaping archilet tural division at Iowa State Colleg at Ames assisted by Miss Mildrec Tramel home economist of Charle City staged a landscape demon stration at the Merle Nelson horn north of town The meeting wa held Oct 29 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo Counlj JS In District Court No 79M Octobe Term 19SS To All It Majr Concent You Hereby Notified TWrt i strument of writing purporUnc to be UK last Will and Testament of Anna B Kllnetob Deceaied dated October 20 1M1 been day filed opemk and read Wednesday the Uth day of N 1SS2 is fixed for hearlnc proof of same at the Court Hotue In Mawm City Iowa before the District Court said County or the Clerk of said Cour and at oclock A M of the da above mentioned all laterettec arc hereby notified and required to a pear and show cawe H tty they have why Jjutrument should not be and as and for the last Win ai Testament of said deceased Dated at Mason City Iowa October 1932 S H MacPEAK Clerk of District Court JEAN ItOHDE Deputy NOTICE CLASSIFIED DEADLINES 2 column and over ads called brought in m day of publication 1 column a m samo day of publica tion Thank You Its 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 Advertising Rates for Mason City and Surround ing Trade Territory only Other rates on request This It 6 point type The rates for this size type Count 2627 letter and to Line TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 1 day 3 days C days 2 lines 40 3 lines 60 153 270 4 lines 80 204 360 5 lines 100 255 450 6 lines 120 30G 540 7 lines 140 357 630 8 lines 160 408 720 9 lines 180 459 Card of Thanks In for 15 lines Regular rate of 20 cents a line for anything over 15 lines Classified Display 1 day 3 days 6 days 1 Inch This is 10 point type The rotes for this size type are Count and line days 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Mason City Locals 35c a line set in this size type Count 25 spaces and letters to a line lOc extra will be charged 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 2 days 3 days JUST CALL 3800 AND ASK FOR AN ADTAKER Death PIRKL Frank J 81 11514 1st SE died Thursday at a local nurs ing home following a livemonth 111 ness Funeral services will be held at 10 am Monday at St Josephs Catholic Church with the Rev W A Arqullt officiating Burial wilt be in St Josephs Cemetery The McAuley and Son Funeral Home in charge WOODS Richard A 56 Evanston III died Thursday at an Evanston hospital Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 pm In the Major Memorial Chapel Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery The Major Fu neral Home is In charge Notices I MOTALOY A ring and valve job Stops oil burning increases gas mileage for cars trucks tractors Part or full time salesman wanted KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 113rd N E Mason City la Cord I of Thonkt Z 1 WOULD like to express my appre elation to friends and relatives for their visits cards ami gifts during my recent in the Mercy Hospital Also sincere thanks to Drs C B and George Tlce and the mines and aides of third floor August OOreen I WISH to thank relatives friends and neighbors especially the Royal Neighbors who served dinner and the Woodsmen who extended sympa thy and help In my recent sorrow C E AMen NI Rock Falls la Funeral 3 MASON cm UcALTLEY ft SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dtrnlfled Funeral I S Adams Phone SSI PA rrKRSON JAMES Mara Ctty Rockwell Licensed la Minnesota and Iowa COLONIAL FUNERAL BOMB fS UK St NE ma ruNERAL HOMK HI ted St NEi WARD FUNERAL ROME Clear Etc 93 MASON MMumeBt Works nraMl tad IMS Sec our large display of fin Ubed IB ail granites lacludiM MooUllo Mart crery crave We deliver anywhere ISO 10th St SW Phone 392 Personals INMATES of Anamosa make these perfect lor you Christmas is near birthday anniversaries Hand tooled leathergoods 620 S Jersey Seniors sitting for graduation photographs has to be made before Dec 1 for us to meet Masoniah deadline Call 951 NOW for appointment and avoid last minute rush FREE STUDIO HANFOHD HOTEL DO YOU have spots before your eyes Clean them off the rugs with Klna Foam Damons Lost Found6 setter Male Ph Clear Lake 600J3 J B Youngblood Money to Loan 8 EMPLOYED WOMEN MARRIED OR SINGLE to LOANS Use our Special Lunch Hour Service Ph 412 first and get the loan in one visit Get it your way and fast Ask Mrs Simon 321322 First Natl Bldg Security Loan Co REPAIR IMPROVE and MODERNIZE YOUR HOME with an FHALOAN INVESTMENT DEFT 1st National Bank to S300 State Finance Co 201 Weir Bldg Phone 1038 SEE United Financial Service for quick service on Over Ford Hopkins Drug CASH loans to Household Finance Corporation 7W N Fed 2nd Floor Room 1 Ph 1101 LOANS AT THRIFT Money in mln utes Ph 19V4 No Fed over Woolworths SEE the United Home Bank ft Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans NEED CASH See TOM MITCHELL NORTH IOWA FINANCE LOANS on Salary Car Furniture 119Vi N Federal Phone 3540 Seeds Feeds 17 Get the Highest Price for Your Surplus Corn CALL 270 or271 MASON CITY for the best bid in North Iowa Quotation in the GlobeGazette is not always correct because of time element Farmers Elevator Mason CityPh 270 271 Wanted TO BUY EAR CORN Phone 3998 Business Opportunitiei 18 FOR around Ice cream and sandwich Baker let Cream Store 2 Stall SERVICE STATION New For Lease GALLONAGE RENTAL All the most modern conveniences Phone 3021J or 4823R FOR Brick building SOxM with living quarters Floyd Chisel Bayard la Phi Nips 66 Station For Lease With profitable going business 12th and North Federal in Mason City All modern service equipment furnished Call 47SOW evenings after 6 Mole Help Wonted 20 WANTED Combination warehouse and delivery man Capital Tobacco 1339 S federal Ave PINSETTERS WANTED over 16 yn rf Wcks Bowling Center 21 Znu oW man for year around farm work Skilled In op eraUnc mod farm machinery and cattle reeding necessary New 2 bed rm mod house with bath hot and cold running water Call 1SF4 Mason City Melvln Evans Route 1 HARDWARE MANGood opportunl ty for younc and aggressive man EfpwkDce helpful bat not necessary Chaffln Hdw Hampton Iowa 2 Men With Cars to service beating equipment Ex pertnoe mot necessary We will train you Good pay Apply Moa or Toes I am to t pa HOLLAND FURNACE CO HOt N Federal   

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