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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                14 Nov 15 19S2 Cllj GttbeGaiette Maion Clly I Good Neighbors Aid 6 Farmers DECORAH Winneshick County residents have been practicing the good neighbor policy the last sev eral days when friends md neigh bors of six farmers have held husk ing bees to harvest the corn crop Husking bees held at the Freddie Schiioidel farm near Os sian Mr Schneiders right hand was caught in his corn picker lasl week cutting off his index finger injuring his thumb Neighbors of Albert Jirak Jack son Junction husked 30 acres of corn for him They used six pick ers and three grain elevators Jirak was unable to harvest his corn due to illness Fifteen neighbors of L c R o y Phipps Madison Township farmer erected a torn crib and picked 2Z acres of corn for him Phipps was severely injured about two weeks ago when a corn elevator he and two others were working on col lapsed and fell on him Twentyseven men with seven com pickers and a number of trac tors and wagons met at the Ed and Clifford Dingrr farm near Burr Oak and husked 30 acres of corn for them James Oinger the 13yearold son of Clifford Dinger was seriously hurt when he ran into a car on Highway 52 in Burr Oak Oct 30 He is still in an un conscious condition at a Rochester hospital At Castalia neighbors gathered with tractors wagons and five corn pickers to pick 18 acres of corn for Chester Perry who is in ill health Near Decorah 23 neighbors and friends picked 2500 bushels of corn for Jake Loe Lee had parts of three fingers on his right hand am putated as the result of a corn pick ing accident Nov 4 Livestock AUCTION AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tuesday Night Nov 188 p m We will have 200 head of steer and heifer calves 150 head of Montana yearlings 600 to 1000 Ibs 100 head of Montana feeding cows and our usual run of butcher cattle veal calves boars sheep etc All consignments appreciated We have cattle for private sale at all times ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Calhoun Owner Phone 113 St Ansgar Art Schutfer Sells Furniture Business at Buffalo Center BUFFALO CENTER i Winter an exserviceman has pur chased the furniture business from I Art Schutler Mr Winter is a former Buffalo Center boy having been graduated from the local school with the class of 42 Since his discharge from the Nilvy he has been in a furniture store and funeral parlor at Anthon and in 1950 he was graduated from the school ol mortuary science at the University of Minnesota Win ter will not operate a funeral home but he will have an ambu lance service Schutter will operate his funeral service and also farm All Modern Nearly New Four Room Bungalow Sells At PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21st AT 700 P M LOCATED AT 104 TWENTYSECOND ST S E MASON CITY IOWA THE HOUSE Rooms as follows Beautiful living room Spacious kitchen with finest of builtin cupboards and le floor two bedrooms with large to each Fine bathroom with latest fyp fixtures Large Imen closet No 1 oak floors in all rooms Every room nicely decorated and like USB S and wearherstripped Full basement Forced air gas furnace with heat piped to each room Automatic hot water heater Lindsay water softener LOT Large lot au moving tc our itrmwe have t the highest bdder It s a most cozy and comfortable home and is like new being be sold ln 9ood to attend Free Prize given to person who guesses nearest the selling price Inspect it now TERMS 1000 Down day of sale Balance on December 15th when possession will be given MR and MRS E C FRAZIER Owners JOE REISCH CO AUCTIONEERS OF REAL ESTATE LICENSED BROKER MASON CITY IOWA Midwest Livestock Trend CiotKl Butcher 150100 Ibs JGO170 17018U Ills SATURDAYS Albert Lea Minn 23c lower 51075 S1175 J1400 180laO Ibs 1SO200 Ibs J1550 200210 Ibs llj75 210220 Ibs S1375 220230 Ibs 51575 23G24U lljs SU75 24025d los 250260 Ibs S1545 230270 Ibs S1530 270280 Ibs S151S 280290 Ibs S1500 290300 Ibs S14 85 300310 Ibs 310320 Ibs 51455 320330 Ibs S1J 40 330340 Ibs SH 23 34035U Ibs S14 10 350360 Ibs SHiO Good Packing 270300 Ibs SljOO 100330 Ibs SH75 J303GO Ibs S1450 360400 Ibs S14 00 400450 Ibs S1350 450500 Ibs S13 00 300550 Ibs S1250 PKICES Austin Minn Steady S13GO tiS10 SIC10 S1G10 SIC10 SI5G5 51533 51520 51490 51175 S14CO S1445 S1430 S1535 S1510 S1485 S1435 S1260 Waterloo Steady SI 325 S1575 SIC00 S1COO S1600 SI 383 51510 51495 S1480 SM65 S1450 S1435 SI525 SljOO S1475 S1450 51350 Ceda Rapid Stead S12j JM SIS S16C JiCO S1585 S15G SI 54 S153 SiSO 514 5141 S132 S150 S147 S135 S130 A NEW COLD WEATHER The Army announced in Wash ington that 3000 sets of a revolu tionary plastic cold weather suit worn by model will be battle tested by combat units in Korea this winter The are of soft plastic substance resem bling sponge rubber The suit is waterproof and is designed to be worn under the standard field jacket and trousers SPONSORS DANCE RING Rings ted fire learn is sponsoring a dance Tues day night at the local legion hall The advance sale of tickets is un derway Malicks Accordion Band will furnish the music Doormen in Manhattan Well Fixed NEW YORK man who acks the endurance to sell insur ance the money to start a bank or he luck to win a quiz contest can still come out mighty well by being a doorman in Manhattan a can opytocanopy survey showed Those gents with the braided topcoats may act deeply grateful for the twobits they receive foi opening a cab door but many of them need the money a lot less than the customer who gets their smiles Gives Up Career Lolling back in comfort agains the Cadillac convertible hed jusl driven to work the doorman for the Embers Club explained wh hed given tip a singing career in favor of whistling up transport ation for patrons of the nightclub I had a oncinamillion chance of making u hit record and getting both fame and fortune Chris Passmorc said This way Ill nev er get famous but I could hire a Rubber gloves should be turned each time they are worn It makes the gloves fit either hand and dis tributes the wear so they will last longer Public Auction Having rented my farm I will sell all my personal property on the farm located miles west of Sugar Beet factory or 3 miles north of County Home or 5 miles east and 3 north of Clear Lake on Tuesday Novemb 8 SALE STARTS AT 12 OCLOCK NOON LIVESTOCK 54 HEAD OF CATTLE consisting of 24 Hereford cows bred to Registered Polled Bull 25 head mixed steers and heifers heifers open 1 Registered 2 year old Polled Hereford Bull 4 Holstein milk cows rebred MACHINERY Hi Formoll 39 tractor with cultivator and scoop all complete International 216 plow International 316 plaw 10 ft I H C tandem disc 8 ft John Deere tandem disc Lindsey 4sectkn drag Cultapoctor IHC combine 52 R with motor New Holland baler IHC endgate seeder IHC corn planter 2row IHC cultivator for tractor Super 6 loader for IHC or MIHC John Deere ensilage cutter New Idea manure spreader on rubberWalsh tractor sprayer Gehl forage blower John Deere grain blawer IHC 10C 7 ft power mower IHC side rake IHC No 24 2row corn picker with H or M mounting Lindsey corn sheller Clipper fanning mill 1 V2 horse power motor 1935 Chevrolet truck 2 rubber tire trailers 2 Flare boxes flat wagon with bax iron wheel wagon ond box hand sheller 50 ft 6 belt 25 ft 6 belt wagon loader IHC cream separator with motor Crane oil burner hog feeders ond waterers 6 feed bunks 2 Bob Sled 2 Surge milkers all complete and other miscel laneous articles He revealed doormen in Manhat tan arc so classconscious thej have society levels more s t r i c 1 than those of the Vandcrbilts Du Ponts and the Astors They even have their own club Let Bars Down I wont mention any names bin an upstart doorman for a Ninth Avenue meat market applied for membership the other day Pass more said as he jingled what sounded like a lot of quarters in his pocket The officers decidec that letting him in would be let ting the bars down to any Tom Dick and The creme dc la creme of night club doormen in New York are the East Side men with such notable exceptions as a genial rednosed Irishman named Pat who works at a West Side restaurant Twenty One which is swanky Pat always misses one day a month at work the first of the month when he goes around to collect rent on the apartment houses he owns One other notable West Side ex ception is the doorman at TooU Shors who is probably the only doorman in Ihe world with an as sistant This apprentice is learning the business and will get a door of his own when hes learned the teehnirjue Bowii ing WOMENS CITY 1EAOUE STANDINGS SHeethearl Bread Mason Clly Appliance Hermanson Dairy Johnstons Flowers Sellon Motor Capital Tobacco Laplners Motor Superior Oil Takln Hros ISordcui Ice Cnam Lake Oift Shop Melsy Ross Hread WOMENS CITY W 17 13 L 10 11 IS 10 IS in 19 Johnstons tiermalison R Ikenberry 1KO Won 1st lit II rj 13 u LEAGUE Pet 111 klM V 45 SfU 331 1 B63 IH7 lrd 7IU Hep U 01 K U 8 0 0 60 FEEDS 2400 bushels corn 27500 bales Red Clover hay 900 bales straw 3000 bushels Bon ham Oats and Ames No 2 Oats II llrcnd Sclloii Motor 1 sn 75 I llackbart Sift 151 Capital Tobaccos mi B I Hrlsy ROSJ 0 5M Brlcktocker 136 Freni Takin Bros II 61 Lapliwrs i TNJ Lee 181 ftofflu 101 M C Appii 1 fiVT IKK KOI Burdens 2 B67 Pusch 401 483 Superior Oil 751 Lake Gift Shop 1 6VX K57 7M If Taylor A Mlicrskl KORDKHIINK LEAGUE Won 1st iitiH ird Hep MBA rharmaCT J wI K13 fiM United Home Rk I 38I tm N Trebllcock Iflili 11 Gnjjin Ltes lnnej 2 WH ROB Kl Arnold Mtrs t Kid 5 C Lee m III Hrtardale I BIO ir 611 ll Marshall Swift i til ip M Spence US D Allen 107 Farm Town wi fiv Mercy Hospital I 6S i M Tenny ISX E Harlln l3 Shell Service I r6fl rj1 KM Riverside llartl S BOO 13 L Klnnan lti1t i Grant 411 Sedan Mtr Co SOJ Gallafher Inc 1 SK 563 635 63 R Earnes F Sward 184 xll Xt69 SOH Ste Tot 101 in II 178U 17 HI MOOSE LEAGUE STANDINGS W Term Cosh or moke orron9ement with the clerk beforedore of sole No property to be removed until wttled for MRS IMA DRESBACH Owner i Jock Dorsey Auctioneer First National Bank Mason City Clerk lled Cars Walts Groceries Harris DX Pittsburgh Plate Glass Old Time Moose n Kotjr Korncr mit Pelej Plate i J Leese Barber Shop II Mason CltjTile t Marble Jl Gaynors Grocery 7 MOOSE LEAGUE I Won 1st 2nd ird Hep Petes Place 3 717 7M KX8 1S2 KOIJ Korner 1 744 Ml 714 ISj Pat Efiers 3Jli Had Hall WO Old Time Moose 7M 7SS 1M Bids Vied Can I lit 7S3 Ken Belieth 311 M9 Harris DX 2 7SS WJ Sin Gaymtr Croc 1 SM 74 141 W laVille 4M Pltliburt Glass 1 em 748 MS M Walts Groceries 3 7M 7W Sheahan SOI M1 M C Tile 1 7M S7t 771 R J Lfese 674 MX 3M I a si IX 16 I8M Hog Prices Ease Lower CHICAGO prices ease into lower ground this week unde the weight of the heaviest receipt since last February Most catll held steady while lambs declined 500 total 500 estimate compared week ago Barrows and Kilt 1025 lower sows around 25 lower at th the top stood at S17G5 paid for few loaUs choice butchers weights 1M21 Ibs uniform ill iveight ond grade othe choice 180220 Ib weights bulked lale a S17401760 with most sales choice 220284 Ib weichts relatively littl under a few lots weighinc up t 350 Jbs ranged downward to an small lols choice 150170 Ibs brough S15501725 Choice 300550 Ib sows S15 00 1050 a few heavier weijjht downward t 51450 Catlle 400 eslimatcd total not given average to high prime steers and yearlinc slcady all other grades unevenly SO t SISO lower most decline on good lo lo choice instances S200 off prime hefci scarce steady others weak to fully lower tanner ami cutter cows S2575 low er utility am commercial 75 lo S150 o more lower bulls steady to 50 higher vcalers about steady stoukcrs and feeder steady moderate supply prime steers an yearlings up to 1350 Ibs S35 5036 50 wit scattered loads lilsch prime S36V537 00 bulk choice and prime steers nnd year lings S305035CO most good lo choice steers and yearlings S260030 00 commercial to low good S20002550 mostlv sl50 lower good to prim ihorn lambs closed mostly at S2200 dow o 52125 only high dressing prime kind naking S2275 late to small killers to ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live lock receipts for Monday Hogs 20000 cattle 20000 sheep 5000 Local Livestock MASON ClTVFor Steady Good light liphts 160170 SI3 K Good ligilt lights 170180 S140 Good light lights 180190 S15W owl light lights 190200 SIS5 jood medium weights 200220 Sifio medium weights 220230 Slfilw Good medium weights 230240 SIOOC Good medium weights 240250 S158 Good medium weights 250260 Good medium weights 260270 5153 Goodmedium weights 270280 SIS4 Good medium weights 280290 S15 25 Good medium weights 290300 S15ll Good medium weights 300310 S149 Good medium weights 310320 SH 8 Good medium weights 320330 S14C Good medium weighls 130340 S145I Good medium weights 340350 S1451 Good medium weighls 3503GO 514 51 Good sows 270300 S152S Good sows 300330 Good sows 330360 S14 71 Good sows 360400 S1450 Good sows 400450 S1400 Good sows 450500 S1350 No hogs received atler 5 p E Decker t Sons UATTlK MASON Salurdaj Prime steers nnd helters S32003400 Choice steers and heifers S29003101 Good steers nnd heifers Commercial steers and heifers S17 0020 K Utility steers and heifers S15001700 Good Cows SH001800 Commercial cows S130016 00 Utility cows S12001400 Canners and cullers S12001400 Uulls S17002100 CALVES MASON Saturdaj Common Slfi 0020 00 Culls StO001600 Choico S28003000 Good 524002800 IAMDS MASON Saturday Out of sheep mtrKet until further E Decker Sons Mason City Grain At p m Saturday Oats No 2 82c CornNo 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del Mason City Produce Quotations by K G Mono At a m Saturday Eggs No 1 5lc Eggs No 2 39c Eggs No 3 35c Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over I6c Hens under 5 Ibs I4c Leghorn hens I4c White Rock Springs 23c Cocks heavy I2c Leghorn Cocks lOc AllGas Firms in Three Banquets last of three an nual Thanksgiving banquets spon sored by the Companies of Northern Iowa was held Friday at the St James Lutheran Church in Allison More than 200 AllGai dealers in the area their service men and wives were in attend ance Phil Jacobsbn Mason City sec retary of the Iowa Retail Hard vare Association was main speak er One of the highlights of the anquet was a cooking demonstra ion staged by Howard Goss and Stevens representing the HarperWyman Co Chicago The AllGas Companies which service the north half of Iowa vith bottled gas held the first of he meetings at Club Iowa in lharles City Wednesday Eighty vere in attendance The second banquet was held at Algona Thurs day at Trinity Lutheran Church vith 150 attending Similar programs were conducted at each banquet LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FIOBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Cordo County la District Court No 7971 October Term 1952 To All Whom It Mar You are hereby nrttUied that an Instru ment of writing purporting to be Uie last Will and Testament of Richard A Woods Deceased dated December 27 1929 hav ing been this day filed opened and read Friday the 5th day of December 1952 is fixed for hearinu proof of same at the Court louse in Mason City Iowa before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court and at oclock A M of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause if any they have why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased Dated at Mason City Jowa November 6 1952 S H MacPEAK Clerk of District Court By JEAN RO11DE Deputy NOTICE OK PUBLIC HEAKIVG Public notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of November 1952 the City Council of the City of Mason City Iowa proposed for adoption HesoluUon No 3849 it belnfe a resolution approving the Con tract of Sale of reol estate described as Lot 7 Block 6 F M Morris First Addi tion to Mason City Iowa and authorizing ni directing the Mayor and Clerk to isn execute and deliver a Warranty Deed therefor all In accordance wUh the terms and provisions of the said Contract Public notice is therefore given that public hearing on said proposed Hesolu tion No will be held at the Council Chambers City Hall Mason City Iowa at oclock P M on the first day of December 1952 and that followinjt sair public hearing action will be taken by tli Money to Loan City Council as to said proposed resoli ion At said public hearing any jteiso nay appear and present reasons for o igainst the conveyance and disposition o aid real estate or to the terms and con ditions of said contract or conveyance Done by order of the City Council the Clly of Mason City Iowa PEA1U 11 KEILOGG City Clcr The GlobeGazette is not responsible for more than one incorrect inser tion UNLESS special classifica tion of ad is requested customers must accept classification of advertis ing department of this paper BENDORF Mrs William 77 of roulu 1 died at a Mason City hospital Friday afternoon following an Illness Funeral services will be held Monday at pm at the Major Memorial Chaptl with the Rev Peter J Jan sen pastor of the First Congrega tional Church officiating Interment will be at Elmwood Cemetery The Major Funeral Home is in charge Notices 1 Hunters POSITIVELY No Hunting or Trespassing on LINDON RANCH PROPERTY Trespassers will be prosecuted JG Lindon CLEAR LAKE MOTALOY A ring and valve job Stops oil burning increases gas mileage for cars trucks tractors Guaranteed y o u better try it KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 11 3rd N E Mason City la In Memoriam A2 IN LOVING memory of our wife and mother Mrs Ida B Falk who passed uvay a year ago Nov 16 Her body lies resting sweetly resting Free from worldly fret and care But her soul Is in the mansions That our Saviour did prepare Do we miss her Oh we miss her More than tongue can tell We humbly submit to our Master Who docs all things so well Sadly missed by her loved ones Husband daughters and sons I IN LOVJNG MEMORY of Dolores Gardinier who left us 3 years ugo November 15 Deep in our hearts there is a picture Worth more than silver and gold Its a picture of our daughter and sister That will never grow old Her life is a beautiful mernoryr Her absence is a silent Brief She sleeps in Gods beautiful garden In perfect silence and peace Sadly miscd by Mother nnd Father Brothers and Sister Grandparents Aunts and Uncles Directors 3 MASON CITY COLONIAL FUNEHAL HOME The Home of Thoughtful Service 126 3rd St NE Phone 1505 PATTERSONJAMBS CHAPELS Mason Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa McAULEY 4 SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral senIce 8 S Ailams Phone 651 MAJOR FUNERAL Phone 511 209 2nd NE Major Serv ice Meets Your Needs CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Clear Lake Ambulance sonice Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Monuments Etc B3 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable since 1889 See our large display of fin ished monuments In all granites in cluding Montcllo Mark every grave We deliver anywhere 150 10th St SW Phone 392 Personals LADIES WIGS French imported Natural Grays Satis faction or money refunded Free cata log American iluman Hair Cowls Co 1133 W Roosevelt Rd Chicago FOR better cleaning to keep colors gleaming use Plna Foam nig and upholstery cleaner Damons DESIRE young lady companion to share expenses ami help drive to California Write Box G13 Globe Gazette Lost Found 6 Kid glove bet Methodist Church and SVards Ph 3344J 3 strand pearl necklace up own store or on way to 7th St SE Reward Ph 3997J Black billfold In or outside of Earl Mays Ph 16S9J WILL the person who took the Black Skunk Coat by mistake in exchange for jacket from the VFW Fri nlte please call 3189 Female Golden Labrador Hb yea old Valued u pet Reward 8 Money to Loon StE United Financial Service for quick Mrvlce on Over Ford tlopklna Drug CASH loans to Household Finance Corporation 7i4 N Fed 2nd Floor Room 1 Ph 1101 Employed Women MARRIED OR SINGLE to LOANS Ise our Special Lunch Hour Ser vice Ph 412 first and get loan In one visit Get It your and fast Ask Mrs Simon 321322 First Nat Bdg Security Loan Co to State Co Ml Weir 131dg Phone 1038 A PERSONAL LOAN to solve your financial problems can be Promptly and Confidentially Arranged INVESTMENT DEPT 1st National Bank SEE the United Home Bank t Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans LOANS at Thrift Money in min utes Ph 516 19Vi N Fed over Woolworths NEED CASH Sec TOM MITCHELL NORTH FINANCE LOANS on Salary Car Furniture 119VJ N Federal Phone 3540 Investment 9 WANT TO INVEST in tfoing busines or investment property Write Box FH GlobeGazette Business Lifetime Income Opportunity can be yours by investing your lime If you have ability to super vise stores Jn your community we have a valuable franchise available at no cost Our industry is the fast est growing branch in the dairy field We manufacture the lowest price automatic soft ice cream and frozen custard machine on the mar ket Store owners can now get into this field with an initial investment of about S200 Each store you supervise will pro duce between and yearly for you for life Profits begin im mediately Earnings within one year should exceed S7500 alter which you can devote full time and expand installations Prospective earnings S25000 yearly Reply by letter only SWIRLY MFG Co 2518 W Mont rose Dept J Chicago 18 111 Farm Implement STORE NORTH IOWA Oliver Behl ABT 1951 Gross over Write Box J14 Globe Gazette FOR LEASE MOBILGAS Service Station 5th and N Fed Mason City Immediate Possession Call 1052 or 5789 LR GHOCEnY store nnd buildings with 107 lockers Dissolving partnership Volume S1650M Good money maker NW of Mason City la Ege and cream route Write Box A13 Globe Gazette Mole Help 20 Experienced semi driver in 2346 Experienced butcher Good proposition to rlglit man Write or call In person giving full details to Olcn Nelson Nelson Super Market Austin Minn BAKERS Increase your earninss Over half our retail baxcries arc managed by husband and wife teams He is baker manager she is sales man ager Salary plus bonus for each Retirement plan for each FEDERAL BAKE SHOP 313 8th St DCS Moines Iowa HARDWARE Good opportunity for right man Chaffin Hampton la 1fUNTING pressman for color work on automatic cylinders Good work ing conditions In modern shop in houlnern Minnesota Give nuallflri salesman for Won der Bakery Married high school graduate age 21 to 35 Ph 4399J men who are Interested in making S150 a week Write Box B6 GlobeGaiettc nted 21 WAITRESS WANTED Apply In Person Ford Hopkins Practical or Registered Nurse or Lady To care for convalescent Able to live in and cook Supply references Highest wages Ph 605 Harold Johnson Jr WANTED IMMEDIATELY Apply in person at OG1LVY BAKERY 30 2nd N E WANTED EXPERIENCED Secretary Interview Monday during business hours KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO   

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