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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                2O CUT Nov 4 1952 c City la Ike Wins at Jaycees 62 Members Sign General Dwighl D Eisenhower won an informal poll conducted at the Monday night regular meet ing of the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce Eisen hower received 66 votes to 20 for Governor Adlai Stevenson The Jaycees had previously an nounced its support of the school and fire station bond issues in Mason City It was announced that U2 new members have been signed up for this year The drive closes this weekend The Voice of Democracy con test sponsored by the Junior Chamber will be hold on the eve ning of November 20 in the studios of radio station KGLO The con test is open to high school stu dents in Mason City Dale Calen der a Mason City High School senior has been the winner in this speech contest for the past two years He is eligible again this year With the election so close the program at the meeting consisted of a recording by Lowell Thomas noted newsman giving n back ground of this years election nnd the importance of voting There wore also movies of the 1952 Iowa Indiana basketball gunic played at Iowa City The new members of the Jay cees arc Gerald R Baldwin Raymond Cap Jack Casey Fred Dickey Donald Evans Art Fischbcck Don Glaspty George Goodcr Darvin Hacker Richard Keeling Patrick Kenny Dan Miller Mark Panther W J Plaits Dale Radc makcr John D Rex Thomns Richmond Deane Sclion Joseph Simon Warren Turner B B Bill Totty Emil Vaske Roger Whipplc Dick Slabcy B E Gcving Craig Tciiney Harry Jor gcnson Harold Marshall Shirley Kicfer Also Wilbur Huckins Marvin Hermanson Charles Marks Gune Sever John Moskivich Jack Knapp Ivan Taylor Jackson Wen ncr Hob art Dune a n Ken Schmidt Bob Harrington Frank E Albert Edward Bistlinc Sum Wogwood Ray Schladcr Jim Hncnsch Norman Kirshner Galyn Peterson Vinco Jorgenson Dr L K Kirkham Harry Trnganza Dr J H Morud Jack Willomseli John D Vance Jr George Atkin son Don Mnrkham Jim Swab Wayne Foster L W Stover Jerry Lager Rny Crees Jr Cohvell and John Charles City Man Wounded in Korea CHARLES J nines D Krnusc son of Mr and Mrs El mer W Kruiisc Route 3 Norn Springs has been wounded in llv Korean nrea according to the do fensc department ROTC Promotions for 5 Mason City Clear Lake Youths Four Mason City students am one from Clear Lsike have licei promoted to the rank of corporal wid another Mason Citynn ha been promoted to sergeant in llv Reserve Officer Training Corps a Iowa State College Stanley A Judcl son of Mr niu Mrs J D Judd 1112 2nd SW has been promoted to sergcanl The Clear Lake student promote to corporal is Michael Swale so of Mr and Mrs Douglas G Swale Mason City students promote to the rank of corpornl are Wl linm J Clayburg son of Mr an Mrs M E Clayburg 837 2nd N W John S Mikovcc son of Mr and Mrs J S Mikovcc 108 Kci tucky S E Anthony Papantonis son of Mr nnd Mrs Paul Papal tonts 940 Jefferson Richard Papantonis TWO PRESIDENTS FROM former Jcnva res idents have been elected presidents of their respective or ganizations Paul Gerot who was born in Riverside Washington County is now president of Pillsbury Mills Inc At right is E E Kelley Jr whose family moved to Mason City in 1902 when Kelley was a year old Kelleys father owned bakeries in Mason City and Kelley has been in the baking business in Lakeland Fla for more than 25 years He has been elected president of the American Bakers Association at the ABA convention held in Chicago Help of Hunters Asked in Fighting Fires on Farms R D Shoop Mason City presi icnl of Ihe North Central Iowa Roil and Gun Club in coopcra ion with the Slate Conservalion lommission has urged all hunters o carry wet sacks a shovel and a rake in their cars during the icxl several weeks Shoop said fields and timber reas are extremely dry because 3f a lack of rain and that hunters are only adding to the many fire lazards already present He added hat campers and hunters nrc re sponsible for 13 per cent of the an nual wild fires in Iowa By carrying fire equipment in heir cars Shoop said the stales 150000 hunters can become a strong effective fire suppression group Even though fires irc often slarlcd by causes olhcr than ihe lunter Shoop declared thai sports nen who assist in the control of vild fires will do much to bellcr relations between them nnd the armor He suggested that when ever u sportsman sees or hears of a farm fire it would be n fine gcs urc on his part to assist in com piling it Shoop said thai any fire that can not be handled on the spot should e immediately reported lo the fire department in the nearest community Washington Outlook Farm Buying Power Leads Price Drop By HARRY tANDO Special to GlobeGazette Regardless of who the new Prcsi enl is il is certain that the new dministration will inherit knotty roblems not of its own making A very bad international silua ion is more explosive and more iangerous but Ihc new adminis ralion must tackle soft spots on he domestic scene as well All economic indexes with a few laring exceptions arc still climb ng as Ihey have been since a re cession ended a few monlhs before he Korean War began While the US boasts a vital growing econ my the growlh periodically slops or readjustment periods Readjustment Period A readjustment period is defi nitely in the cards now and bar Three Probable TB Cases Found CHARLES per sons were Xrayed during the rc ccnl tenth annual tuberculosis casefact finding program in Floyt County according to Flora Kiagcs secretary of the Floyd County Health and Tuberculosis Associa tion Findings included three prob able cases The program was directed by Mattic Peterson public health nurse who interviewed persons be lieved to have been exposed to tu berculosis She took 28 case his tories called in 2t homes and had conferences with 17 physicians NW nnd son of Mr end Mrs Basil Papantonis 939 Monroe Couple Divorced Settlement Made If Simp son was granted i divorce from La von Simpson here by Judge H C Nichol The couple was married in Webster City on March 13 1941 nnd lived together two years Ac cording to an agreement by the parties Mrs Simpson was giver custody of the couples two chilrtrcr and Mr Simpson will pay a month child support and costs Arrest Two Men for Disorderly Conduct Mason City police arrested two men Monday night who wore en gaged in a fistfight in front of Fredas Cafe 1730 S Federal Both were charged with disorderly conduct The men are Robert E Peterson 23 201 14th N W and Lyle 0 Tenold 27 Lake Mills They paid fines of each in po lice court Tuesday Swings at Cop G I Fined CilAHLES Byrne 22 U S Army Ft Bcnning Gn in Mayor Harold S Henrys cour was fined on a charge of re sisting arrest Byrne pleaded guilty nnd paid the fine Police Byrne at 11 p m Saturday Polic said Byrne swung nt a police of ficer when told to get out of th street and onto the sidewalk SHARP RECOVERY defense spending snaps back lo postwar high Fire Destroys Hay on Farm Near Calmar CALMAR A stack ot choppci hay the crop from 20 acres 0 hayland was destroyed by fir early Tuesday morning on th Stanley Humpal farm four mile north of Cnlmar It was bclicvc the fire slarlcd from combustion Thcre were no buildings in the immediate vicinity but severa fences ignited and the Calmnr fire department was called to prcvcn the flames from danger spots spreading i John Davis the first known po ar explorer reached West Green in 15S7 ing a worsening lational situation of the should inter come vith fair speed The new adminis ratioii may be expected to suffer politically unless the readjustment s rapid and relatively painless Economists are riot a great deal of help in assessing the possibili ies but their prevailing belief rcaks down into two simple as sumptions The readjustment is overdue Large defense spending vill keep it from getting out ol land One of the few indexes which has nlready been taking its readjust ment ahead of the rest of the economy happens lo be that concerned with farm earnings According to the Department ol Agriculture at the end of last week average farm prices dropped 2 per cent between midSeptember and midOctober This matched a simi ar drop the month before and left arm prices about 5 per cent under nidOctober of last year Buying Power Down More alarmingly farm buying power has also dropped 5 per ccnl mder a year ago on the same date ind is now 7 per cent under the iveragc for the entire year of 1951 The average purchasing power o the US farmers commodities is low only slightly higher than i vas before the Korean inflation jegan Further farm prices give every indication of continuing the downward movement which has Dccn in evidence for some time This particular problem couk lave political repercussions due to the strategic nalurcXof the farm Otc and the incoming administra ion could be penalized for trends which were already well advanccc acforc it took office There is also the fact that farir recessions and depressions invari ably have resulted in downward pulls on the general economy Thus the farm depression of the 20s pre ceded the depression of the 30s nnd a postWorld War 11 drop in farm income was followed by th slight preKorean recession Mitchell County 4H Given Gilts Markham an Marlow Angell of the Burr Oa Square Shooters 4H each receive a purebred gilt from the Mitchel County Association of Swine 1m provemcnt Original plan was fo only one boy to receive a gilt bu the Association felt that the twi boys were both qualified sail Leonard Thoresen president The placing of the two gilts in itiates a new program of assislin i and FFA members to obtai quality purebred swine Boys re cciving the gilts agree to return to the Association a gilt plus next year The cheetah or hunting leoparr large cat inhabiting the plains o Africa and Asia is the world fastest known animal over shor distances SAVE THOSE SJEPS USf A GLOBE GAZfFTf 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 Money fo Loan Notices MaU Help Wonted 20 Classified Advertising Rates for Mason City and Surround ing Trade Territory only Other rates on request This is 6 point typc The rates for this size lype Count 2627 letters and spaces to line TABLE OF ECONOMY WANT AD PRICES 1 day 3 days G days 3800 lines lines lines lines lines lines lines lines ard of 40 GO 80 100 lZO 140 lGO 180 Thanks 153 204 255 306 357 408 459 READY CASH To Pay Past Due Bills OR MORE One Day Service Monthly or Farm plan payments UNITED Financial Service Phone 57 ISWs N Federal Over Ford Hopkins Drug Co 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 GOD BLESS THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES The ballots are cast and before dawn tomorrow the will of the people will be known throughout the land The United States will hail a new President It has been a bitter cam paign Some of us will be disappointed Some of us will be elated But all of us will accept as good citizens of a de mocracy must the decision of the majority Personally we hope the winners will take their victory with a measure of humility We hope the vanquished will swallow their bitterness with good grace For beyond the myriad groups and sects of our country is the greatness of a blessed land of free men and women The new President will have a job of immeasurable dif ficulty We shall applaud him if we think him right we shall criticize him if we think him wrong But in the crisis we will follow him For the President is more than a Republican or Democrat He is the elected leader of a free nation So whatever that name may be chosen by the people and singled out by destiny we say with all our hearts God Bless the President of the United States IOWA BUILDERS Inc PARK RINARD President WELDERS First class ARC welders ex perienced with Vi inch rod Must pass test before final hiring Permanent and working 45 hours or more per week Openings on both shifts Shift bonus Excellent work ing conditions Various em ployee benefits Omaha Steel Works 609 South 48th Street f Omaha C Nebraska 270 3GO 450 540 C30 720 810 LOANS AT THRIFT Money in min utes Ph 516 19V4 No Fed ovei SEE the United Home Bank Sc Trust Co for realestate mortgage loans man for year around farm work Skilled In op erating mod farm machinery and cattle feeding necessary New 2 bed rni mod house with bath hot and cold running water Call 15F4 Mason City Melvln Evans Houle 1 WOMAN to help with housework and care of children Ph 2081W Business Opportunities 18 FOR wlUi 22 rooms cafe in connection 5 apis with it Good lease Cheap if taken at once Write Box F4 GlobeGazette In for 15 lines egular rate of 20 cents a line for anything over 15 lines Death Notices UTZNER Mrs Edward Dora 83 of 112 4th Avc North Clear ake died at a Mason City hospital lonUay afternoon following an ill ess Services will be held at Cards Funeral Home Clear Lake Juirsday nt 2 pmwith the Rev C Hicks Mason City former paslor Ihu Christian Church conducting 10 rites Burial will be at Klllng n Cemetery Words Fimcrnl Home lear Lake is In charge ELSON Emma SO died at Detroit Mich Saturday Funeral services 111 be held Wednesday at 1 pm at rlnity Lutheran Church wllh the cv Roy Harrisvillc officiating In erincnt will be at Elmvvood Ceme cry The Major Funeral Home Is charge FOR LEASE 2 STALL Service Station Excellent location Will help finance right party Ph 3021J or 4823R ANDERSONS Yhe Farmers and Workingmans Furniture Store RCA RADIOS at Anderson Furniture Co 216 S Federal Female Help Wanted 21 for office work Also salesladies for full or port time work Apply Style Slioppe WANTED AT ONCE SALESLADY F o r basement department Good salary plus commission Apply ODD LOT SHOE CO A GOOD job for the right woman A pleasing pcrsonallly and a car arc necessaryYou will have flexible workings hours You need to add to S75 every week to the family in come to start You should be 25 to 48 years old and will have an oppor tunity for rapid advancement You will be with a naUonal organization in a permanent position where your Income is unlimited You will also receive complete training at our ex pense Write today lor get acquain ted interview application Gerald H Lauzon 4809 Pleasant Avc Minne apolis Minn with refercn ces desiring a secure future to service full or spare time route of new automatic machines dispensing chlorophyll turn sugar coated al monds and more than 20 other fast selling confections No selling Age not essential 100 machines earn up lo 51250 monthly S675 to J1675 cash required fully secured and controlled by you Do not answer this ad un less definitely Interested and have the required cash Give phone num ber for Interview with factory man Address PO Box 7041 Okla City Oltta BRAKES DANGEROUS When They Pull to Left or Right Grab BRAKE SPECIAL Value All For 1 Remove front wheels and inspect lining 2 Inspect clean and repack front wheel bearings 3 Inspect brake drums 4 Check and add brake fluid if heeded 5 Adjust brake soles to se cure full pedal 6 Carefully test brakes FOR around ice cream and sandwich shop Baker Ice Cream Store Notices MOTALOY A ring and valve job lops oil burning increases as mileage for cars trucks ractors Part or full time alesman wanted KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 1 3rd N E Mason City la HERE IS A FINE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Combination Grocery store and fili ng station Building and fillinK sta lon for rent Adequate fixtures for W L PATTON CO 109 E State St BEAUTY shop complete for sale be cause of death of owner Any rea sonable offer Is considered Located n Albert Lea Minn Wrtle or call B A Miller Glenvlllc Minn Male Help Wanted 20 Cardof Thanks to haul manure Ph 368W Clear Lake la 15 wish to express our sincere thanks to our relatives friends and clghQors for their kindness extended o us during our recent bereavement Mrs Wm Brodrecht Mr and Mrs L M Ostrcm Mr and Mrs R L Pope man lor general farm work Write Mlllard B Me Null St Ansgar la P1NSETTERS WANTED over IS yrs of age Dicki Bowling Center 21 2nd SW uneral Directors MASON CITY PATTEHSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason City Rockwell Licensed In Minnesota and Iowa lOLONlAt FUNERAL HOME The Home or Thoughtful Service 126 rd St NE Phone 1505 1AJOR FUNERAL HO MIS Phone 511 209 2nd St NE SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral Service 8 S Adams Phono 651 CLEAR LAKE YARD FUNERAL HOME deal Lako Ambulanco Service Day 8 Night Phone 7 Monuments Etc B3 MASON CITY Monument Works Homo owned and reliable since 889 See our large display of fin shed monuments In all granites ncludlng Montello Mark every gravo We deliver anywhere 150 Oth St SW Phono 393 98 1942 MODELS AND UP GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE lor Sat and Sun work Good wages Apply Buehler Cafe V20 S Federal Waitress Wanted GOOD WAGES DAY WORK Phone 682 SALES manager I have a position open for good sales woman wllh party plan experience We pay S2U plus bonus for qualified re cruit Write Box 102 2214 Marshall Ave St Paul Minn 121 N Del Ph 363 Seeds Feeds 17 selling means big profits with Avon Valuable ter ritory now opcn Call Jlrs Ervln Hanford Hotel Services Offered 27 to care for in my home Ph 4495W WANTED HELPER IN Shipping Dept STEADY EMPLOYMENT Apply at Once MIER WOLF SONS Personals RELIABLE reports refer to Fina Foam as an outstanding rug and upholstery cleaner Damons Lost Found while Bold watch Chaplin Has black dial and band Reward Notify GlobeGazette wrist watch at Bus Depot Reward Leave at Bus De pot Automobile MECHANIC We have an opening for a good first class automobile mechanic Chrysler product experience preferred but not necessary Good guarantee plus quarterly and annual bonuses and many other benefits SEDARS MOTOR CO Sixth N Federal Money to Loan MONEY TO PAY BILLS Or For Other Needs to Convenient Monthly Payments Up lo 20 Months allowed on Loans Exempt from Govl Regulations Phone Write or Come In OutofTown loans also made State Finance Go Over dub Clothing iOl Weir Bide Entrance S W Suit CORN CRIBS Wards will have additional corn cribs in 700 to 1050 bushel sizes for delivery during the week of November 10th Orders will be filled as received so place your order now for the balance of your cribbing or recribbing needs as Wards cribs with galvanized roofs meet all sealing requirements Simple and quick to erect 700 bu 950 bu 29750 1050 bu 31750 WARDS FARM STORE MASON CITY IOWA EDDYS TREE SERVICE t Trimming surgery and large removals Protect your fruit and ornamental trees from rabbits by spray Free esti mates cheerfully given Call 394 Coast to Coast Store Call 303J Clear Lake WANTED Custom Corn Picking With new McCormick 2M mounted picker will furnish 2 trailers 40 ft elevator with motor and hoist You haul and unload Corn PER ACRE CLYDE KUYKENDALL Phone Plymouth 220 House Trailers A34 CHIMNEYS Relined and Rebuilt Galv Alum Asbestos and Vitro lene liners LARSON FURNACE CO L454 N Fed Ph 1622 MARRIED veteran age 26 wants position as bookkeeper or account ing cleric In Mason City area Pres ently employed Business college graduate 5 years experience with retail concerns References Write D4 GlobcGatctlc BEAUTIFUL rugs from your rags Will call for and deliver Also ruga for sale Ph 6030J Manager Trainee WANTED We 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 while m training and have a wonder ful chance of becoming man ager in a very short time with an income of to per month See Mr Clemens Rm 206 207V4 N Fed NEED A LOAN to f you need money for any good purpose apply at HFC for a loan on your salary car or furniture without endorsers Ask a bout our convenient monthly repayment plans For prompt friendly service phone or visit our office today MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT HOUSEHOLD Finance Corp 7W Norti federal lad Floor PteM lltl Machinists Must be first class depend able men Permanent and working 48 hours or more per week Shift bonus Excellent working conditions Various employee benefits Omaha Steel Works 609 South 48th Street Omaha 6 Nebraska Mlesmxn for Won der BakeryAxe 11 to 35 married high school graduate CaU be fore 6 pm tor appointment WANTED Floor Covering MAN Experience desired Contact Spencer Floor Covering E H Ekberg Prop Spencer Iowa PREINVENTORY SALE WE CLOSE OUR BOOKS NOVEMBER 1ST If you are in the market for any of this merchandise Stoves refrigerators oil burners washing ma chines or many miscellaneous household items you cant afford tomiss these bargains 1 Coronado radiophonograph 1 Emerson radiophonograph 1 7 ft Admiral refrigerator 1 7 ft Gibson refrigerator 1 7 ft Kelvinator refrigerator 1 9 ft Coldspot refrigerator 2 Servel gas refrigerators 1 Coronado washing machine 1 Bendix Automatic 3 older washing machines Cheap If you havent the cash we will make terms to suit your pocketbook Aso see our complete line of new and usedhouse trailers See the new and different 1953 Model 36 ft Colonial New 40 fr Colonial New 26 ft Colonial 1950 30 ft Colonial 1947 27 ft Travel ite 1947 27 ft Zimmer 1947 25 ft Palace 1949 23 ft Ironwood 1948 20 ft Glider 1950 15 ft Nashua 1948 16 ft Traveleze SHOP HERE AND SAVE FERRING TRAILER SALES 2235 19th St SW on Hiway 106 Ph 598 Located at Moores Service hauling ol rubbish and trash also cobs for sale Rcas Ph 5187R WASHING and Ironing wanted Ph 5846Rt WILL care for children in my homo by cr week Ph 6150LR Roofing Siding NEW AND REPAIR Nationally advertised brands estimate 36 mos to pay No down payment required E CARL WHITE CO PSone 841 1717 So Fed Mason City Iowa WALLS washed ny machine Free estimates Ph S771W and Ironings or day work Ph 2526J SEWING machine repair ing and makes parts and supplies Mason City Appliance Store 211 S Fed Ph 1103 MIRRORS resllverea Mackefw 4X7 2nd St NW Ph 782 FULLER BRUSH Products Floyd Fousek Phone 6214R HOUSEWIVES ATTENTION t Call our authorized Singer rep resentative to c o m e to your home to oil inspect and adjust your present sewing machine Gall 112J for Appointment SINGER SEWING CENTER 123 North Federal Ave rubbiSh hauling Reasonable Ph 3421J or 6Q49J ROOMS papered and Inakto painting done Ph 2K9W Mr Hyde Business Locations 30 FOR of office rooms N Fed mo Ph 5203M Rooms for Rent 32 COMF cVeaa tlpfrm Ckwe in In nersprtngs GenUemen Ph 3J57M ROOM for rent ClOM In Pri nt GenUemen preferred Ph 61WLW FOR Phone X7J   

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