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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason ClljGlabeGizelle Mion CHj la Tax Sale Is to Be Monday Cerro Gordo County Treasurer Ethel Ridge way announced Satur day tfrat the sale of delinquent tax property will start at 10 a m Monday The sale will take place in the courtroom Owners of property sold because of delinquent taxes may redeem their properly within three years after the sale Miss Ridgcway said that the amount of property to be sold be 16 Nov 29 1952 cause of delinquent taxes has dropped this year The scavenger sale of property because of delinquent taxes is Monday too The scav jctifeer sale includes property up for Isale for the third consecutive year but the owner will have one year in which to redeem such property DIES AT LEROY LEHOY Minn Funeral serv ices for Charles Kaufmann 85 were held Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran Church the Rev B Lund officiating Burial in the LeKoy cemetery He died Wed nesday at the home of his daugh ter Mrs Elsie Kivell Another daughter Mrs C Porter lives at Chicago There are two grand children His wife died in 1049 FARM AUCTION 1 have rented my farms and will hold a closing out sale at the farm located 8 miles West and miles South of Osagt or 2 miles East and mifes North of Nora Springs TUESDAY DEC 2 Sate Starts At P M 4 HEAD OF CATTLE 2 STEERS 2 HEIFERS 97 HEAD OF FEEDER 40 to 70 pounds Longtime vaccinated cholera immune wormed and sprayed 1947 MV MODEL G TRACTOR and John Corn Cultivator 1944 JOHN DEERE MODEL A and John Deere Corn Cultivator Both Tractors in Al Shape John Deere 15ft disc John Deere endgate seeder 20ft drag 4secrion wood bar John Deere 214 plow John Deere spreader 7ft tractor mower 2row corn planter 80 rods wire to fit on A or B John Deere tractor New Idea side rake Easyway hay loader 2 rubbertired wagons 2 flare wagon boxes steel truck wagon 40ft John Deere elevator hydraulic lift 3 horsepower motor Massey Harris clipper combine 6ft new pickup at tachment hog selffeeder 40 bushel feed bunk other items too numerous to mention 250 Bales of Clover Timothy Hay second crop under cover TERMS CASH or make arrangements with your banker before day of the sate No property to be removed until settled for FRED J KRAHENBUHL C McMillen Rites to Be in St Paul Clifford McMillan 78 formerly of Mason City died at a hospital in St Paul Friday following a long illness Mr McMillen was former ly associated with the LettsSpen cer Wholesale house in Mason City In 1912 he moved to St Paul where he became associated with the Sanitary Foods Company Surviving are two daughters Mrs Julius Larson and Mrs Arch Buchanan and three sons John Lawrence and Clifford Jr all of St Paul He was the brotherinlaw of Mrs Gene KramJ icr and a cousin of Julia Shipley Potts Mason City He was preceded in death by his wife the former Mary Connelly in 1934 Funeral services will be held Monday morning in St Paul The body is expected to arrive in Ma son City Monday evening and will lie in state at the Colonial Chapel until 10 a m Tuesday when com mittal services will be held at Elm wood Cemetery The Colonial Fu neral Home is in charge BOUND FOR Kai L Smed left for Seattle Wash after spending 11 days visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs H C Peters and his twin brother Frank 325 25th SW He has been in service since Dec 3 1951 He was stationed at Fort Bragg NX and will leave soon for Korea Cosmic rays pass through the bodies of all human beings an av erage of 10 limes a second the National Geographic Society says W J and Gene Dorsey Auctioneers Osage Farmers National Bank Clerk Afternoon Auction AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tues Afternoon Dec 2 1 p m Will have some Montana and heifer calves Montana yearlings HoUttin heifers good Holstein cows butcher cattle etc We have a good butcher cattle market Many buyers at tend our auctions Bring in any stock you wnt to sell All con signments appreciated We have cattle for private sale at all times ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Colhoun Owner Phone 113 St Ansgor Meyer and Anderson FARM AUCTION We will sell all the following described property at Public Auction to the highest bidder without reserve at the farm located 3 miles south 1 mile west and 34 mile south of Thompson or 6 miles north of Crystal Lake on the farmtomarket road on WEDNESDAY DEC 3 Sale Will Start Promptly At 1 OClock 147 Head of Livestock 147 47 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE All Cattle Not Vaccinated Will Be Tested Before Sale Date 15 MILK will freshen soon others are milking now 1 PUREBRED AYRSHIRE now 1 Roan Heifer with Calf 9 2YEAROLD bred to the Purebred Holstein Bull 4 YEARLING HEIFER CALVES 9 SPRING HEIFER CALVES 2 SMALL young stock are calfhood vaccinated PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULL Coming 2 years old His dam is from Dr Irishs herd and he was sired by artificial breeding bull 94 HEAD OF HOGS 48 Feeding Shoots 45 Fall Pigs Duroc Boar 12 HEAD OF SHEEP 9 Bred 3 Bucks 600 CHICKENS 300 LegHamp Yearling Hens 300 Barred Rock arid Hampshire Red Pullets All arc laying now All pullets are vaccinated for typhoid and trachaetis Complete Line of Farm Machinery 1944 JOHN DEERE A with Overhauled Now JOHN DEERE 226 CORN 2Row Mounted Style Case 216 Tractor Plow John Deere Endgate Seeder John Deere 15ft Disc New Idea Manure Spreader on rubber John Deere Hay Loader Hammermill Belt 4Wheel Trailer 2 Wagon Boxes Hay Rack John Deere 999 Corn Planter with tractor hitch Hog Troughs Hog Waterers 4Section Steel Flexible Drag Hand Corn Sheller Wards inch Wood Wheel Wagon Many other items too numerous to mention DAIRY EQUIPMENT Surge Milking unit pipeline for 22 cows McCormickDeering Separator all elec Creams Cans HAY AND GRAIN 50 tons of Alfalfa and timothy barn 200 Boles of Alfalfa rain on it 300 Bushels of Ames No 2 for seed TERMS CASH or make arrangements with your bank before the sale Nothing to be removed until settled for Meyer 8 Anderson Props Ben A Reemttma Garner Auctioneer Forest City Bank fir Trust Co Cleric f FARM AUCTION I miKtlnr and have rtiitcd out ml farm and moving lo Baudtlle Minn next March I will offer the ftilluKluc ilricrlbed llvrslock nd firm rqulpmrtit for public sucllmi my farm located Hi miles 40 rd north 1 mllr west of Carpenter or lli milts nartliwrst on hlfhwiy IDA and thence 1 mile west nf St Anscar or II miles ilraliht east of North wood on THURSDAY DEC 4 Sale starts promptly at am Lunch on grounds by Carpenter Music Mothers 25 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 8 cows now milking 2 Guernseys 1 Brn Swiss 3 Holsteint 2 Milking 8 yearling steers and heifers 2 sets 8 calves 2 April and balance fall SO I tllaxe In silo 1500 ba oats rood for need 4000 hales Alfalfa ha first second anil third 100 bales Straw 500 bu Kar Corn test MOVEAB1E by 18 hrooiier home X by 10 hoj hump round hoc house 10 KWESl ONK KXCEL1ENT llIDfNr MAKE part Palomino ONE COLT Ewen one excellent rlitlnc marr part Ialamlnu one colt n mos old SOO hem monlly Lcchorni 200 pullets mosllv Lechnrns 40011 11 homesawed lumber MACHINERY BIS NO J TRACTOR I T old niiiuuled VH moHtr 1 yr Itl 2U 1 jr old McCormlckncrrlni binder lined for wludrower McUeednr 16fl dlie GrahamHome plow new model easrmonntlni MassejItarrli irciw cultivator John Urere corn plunlerl emirate Meefler IHC corn picker Jolm leerr 10fl elevator John Deere hoistt John Deere manure spreader Ilrady stalk cutter huck rake 2 train bnxeat ihnrellnc board two wafon trailers on rubber grapple fork Vtal Sears Roebuck pressure sprajer wllh 10ft ft hose nnd two booms weed mid Wow com hooniKsingle hole corn jthellcr three rollaway nets aluminum srnop steel hoi feeders feed hunk hay bunk hog hog fountains kerosene and gas barrels miscellaneous and other articles too numerous tfl mention TKKll MIXKK 3tKIII capacity with elcclrit motor MilKINO KQUIPMENT Almost new Marlowe milking marhtnr Ino units and 0 t of pipe IHC cream separator palli cans and other equipment USUAL TERMS Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale No articles to be removed until settled for Auctioneer Ben Mouw VIRGIL ADRIAN Clerk Carpenter Savin riant Carptutrr Iowa i Start Drive for Clothes Food Cash Because of the tremendous need which still exists in Korea the Far and Near East Saiut Vincent de Paul Society of Holy Family Par ish is again sponsoring a drive for good usable clothing blankets sheets food and cash which will be used to purchase medicine and medicai supplies The collection for these unfortu nate people will be taken the first week in December For several years the people of Mason City have made liberal con tributions to this cause Whil the responsibility for collecting and shipping the material is turned over to Saint Vincent de Paul So ciety the gifts go to the neediest without regard lo race creed 01 color If we could ony realize the cir cumstances of the people in this war stricken area where more than twothirds of the population goes to bed hungry and cold every night wed all make a supreme sacrifice to help as much as om circumstances will allow saic Jack Welsh Any wearable garments an usable blankets or bedding anj pair of practical shoes in good re pair or cash contributions will be gladly received All types of mens and childrens shoes can be ulil ized as well as boots overshoes galoshes rubbers sneakers and sandals Just think what the good peo ple of Mason City could do ev eryone would contribute one or two pieces of old discarded clothing or one or more cans of food or a small Midwest Livestock Trend Good Butchers 1501GO lb S101S 160170 Iba 170180 Ibs S1360 180190 Ibs SATURDAYS rBICES Albert Lea Austin Minn Minn loc Steady lower 190200 Ibs 25 S132ri 51425 S132J Waterloo lOc lower 113C5 S1415 S1313 Odai Rapids 15C lower S12GO 200210 Ibs S1340 210220 lb 75 S1340 S1535 220230 Ibs 73 Slr40 S1535 230240 Ibs S1340 SIS 33 240250 Ibs SIS 51523 51520 250200 Ibs 55 S1310 260270 Ibs S14 43 51483 270280 33 2802M JLs S1465 S1475 290300 Ibs 13 S1450 S14C5 300310 Ibs SU 3 05 S1440 Ibs S14 95 S14 20 S1440 320330 Ibs S14 85 S14 05 330340 Ibs 75 51413 340350 Ibs 65 M4I5 350360 Ibs S1260 Good Packing Sows Ibs Ml 100330 Ibs SI440 S1435 330360 Ibs S1415 3604DO S13R5 400450 Ibs S1340 S1325 150500 Ibs SI290 S1285 500350 Ibs S1240 Ackley Man Fined for Drunk Driving ALLISON Bernard Otto Oelmann Ackley was fined S300 and costs on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated He was arrested near Austinville Nov 10 Judge T A Beardmore of Charles City imposed the fine His drivers license was suspended for GO Prices Stay Steady CHICAGO Hogs cattle and sheep were quoted nominally steady Saturday after a sharp reversal in the price trend at midweek During the early part of the week hogs slumped the top ol S1685 on Tuesday being the lowest Bus Car Damaged in Morning Mishap A city bus driven by Rufus Casebolt 250 21st S E was in more than twoandonehali years Then the market reversed itself Hogs 300 toUl 1000 estimated compared week ago several loads o choice 180220 lb barrows and gilts S172 with other choice 180220 lb wcighls a 516751715 most Choice 230260 lb closci it a m ctriifUhv n smith oj a cash donation plies for medical sup We know you will answer this appeal with the same results you have the past two or three years NonCatholics desiring to help may simply phone any of the 539 2145 3G53 R 1130 W 4121 J 3857 J 5039 J or 2783 J The need is now The earliest records of the game of polo are Persian at 516501685 with choice 270310 b ill nt u ice said the bus stopped to dis charge passengers when a car op erated by Fred Berger 18 26lh W slid on ice and struck the left rear end of the bus Damage to the bus was slight but the front end of Bergers machine was heav ily damaged BUDDHIST RITES SET BHOPAL Central India than 1000 guests from Buddhist countries of the world are expected at the sacred ceremony reinstalling the relics of two famed Buddhist disciples Sariputa and Moggalana Nov 2930 at nearby Sanchi intersection and small lots choice 150 o 1 r i i inu n lb al S160fli700 choice 100550 Of South Federal and 10th Po lb sows sold late at 5U001575 a few S1600 Cattle 400 estimated total not given high prime steers 1250 lb down strong to 50 higher all other weights anrt erodes unevenly SI00300 higher with most ad vance on kids grading low choice and be low heifers average choice and better strong to 50 higher others SlOOSOO high cr cows and most bulls SI00 to mainly Sl50 higher but good heavy bulls only 30 up instances higher on cows vealers steady stock era and feeders very slow fully 50 lower moderate supply average prime to high prime 10501250 lb fed steers 535753750 load 1083 lb weights S3800 load high prime 1337 lb commer cially fed steers bulk choice and prime fed steers and yearlings S31003550 most Rood to low choice steers commercial lo low Rood grades 50 utility steers S170fl2000 cullers down tc bulk good and choice heifers 3300 commercial to low good S17502500 light utility heifers down to SJ350 utiHtj anil commercial cows late S14251700 fen to canncrs and cutters late 31150 1425 some cutters and utility cows mlxei SJ450J500 Sheep 500 estimated total not given compared week ago wooled slaughte lambs S200300 higher shorn offering Sl50200 higher yearlings sharing latte advance sheep mostly 50 higher prac tlcal top native and fed wooled lamb reached compared with time late last week two loads prime fe lambs fed with international show offe ings S2500 highest since midOctober high good to prime wooled lambs closcc week actively at around 250C head 97107 lb at outside price cull t good native wooled lambs S160fl2200 high good to prime 107 b No 1 skin J2350 bulk utility lo choice shorn year lings PUBLIC SALE I 49 HEAD REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE To be held at farm 9 miles southwest of MEXICO MISSOURI 7 miles south on Highway 54 and 2 miles west on a gravel road Thursday Dec 4 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live stock receipts for Monday Hogs 25000 cattle 18000 sheep 6000 Sale starts promptly at 10 weather be held regardless of the 49 HEAD OF MOSTLY BLACKCAP PRIZEMERE ERICA BLACKBIRD BREEDING COWS BULLS Will also sell farm machinery all small tools several tons of red clover hay 19SO Ford tractor like new 1946 Jeep 2 wheel Ben Hur trailer and some household goods M Aldridge Greene 1 CLOSING OUT Public Sale As we have decided to quit farming we will hold a closing oxil sale on the farm 3 miles east of Northwood on High way 105 then miles north on WEDNESDAY DEC 3 Commencing al Noon Lunch Will Be Served By Lutheran Circle 17 32 HEAD OF CATTLE A HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN HERD INCLUDING 10 milk cows 7 now milking 13 springing heiiers 3 year ling heifers 5 yearling steers 1 heifer calf Large Line of Good Machinery Mostly and in Exctllcnt Condition 3 Model A John Deere 1941 Model A John Deere Farmall F12 ind Cultivator 1950 Case A6 Combine with motor and pickup 19S1 Lindsay esection Drag 1941 No 226 John Deere Corn Picker with new changeover 1951 40ft John Deere Elevator and Overhead Hoist 1951 John 490 Corn Planter 1951 John Deere 4row Cultivator 1947 John Deere 15ft Dite 1947 John Deere 214 Slat Plow truss frame John Deere 2row Cultivator quick tach John Deere Seeder Machinery Trailer IHC 214 Slat Plow 7ft Binder Windrower 300gal Fuel Tank and Stand IHC Fluid Manure Spreader IHC Corn Sheller No 30 8ft John Deere Field Cul tivator 1937 Chevrolet Viton Pickup Truck Rubber Tired Wagon with Lindsay Flarebox 2wheel Trailer DeLaval Milk ing Machine 2 single unit Surge Milking Machine 1 single unit Montgomery Ward Hammer Mill 15inch 2 Wood Wheel Wagons 1950 Case 7ft Semimounted Mower Heat Houser for Model A John Tractor Chicken Feeders Waterers and Nests 5 Hog Selffeeders 1 70gal Hog Waterer Small Tools SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS 700 BUSHELS OUTSIDE BALES HAY 400 BALES BUSHELS OATS those desiring credit make with banker before sale no property to be removed until settled for DANNER EVENSON Carl Jaspers and Cart Sheimo Auctioneers Nertfiwood State Bank Crerk CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE of death of my husband I have leased the farm and will quit farming and will hold a closing out sale of our livestock farm machinery and equipment at the place six miles north on black top road 107 and one mite west and three fourths mile north of Thornton six miles south of Clear Lake on black top highway No 107 and one mile west and one fourth mile south and we will sell on WEDNESDAY DEC 3 Beginning at sharp the following 31 HEAD OF CATTLE Consisting of a fine herd of Holsteins all well bred and in the best of condition The milk cows are all young and have been high producers and easy milkers Cow carrying sixth calf two cows carrying fourth calf three cows carrying third calf five cows carrying second calf six heifers carrying first calf three heifer calves six yearling steers four steer calves bull calf a very good one Hoy Straw Cream Separator Electric Motor Etc 1000 bales mixed hay 450 bales good straw electric brooder stove JOOchick Galloway cream separator 1000lb milk pails strainer setter cans 2hp Westinghouse electric mo tor feed bunk on wheels Farm Machinery Farm Equipment Etc All In food cvndilfon some H nearly new 9 Oliver o cuitlTiler 3 Oliver 70 culliTalori 60 International combine Two row New Idea picker John Deere corn picker 4eiwt New Idea ele vator hoial vide Two bottom ItInch International slat plow Two bottom 16Inch Oliver plow IDTool Inland field cultivator Inter national aprlac tooth barrow 11tooI AllliChalBers disc Four Gallowaj lever flexible drac 12foot weederi International broad cant lime spreader Case wire baler Two wagon boxes one flare one straight Track rnnnlni ear on rubber Steel wheel runnlnff ear Wood wheel running ear Steel wheel running ear with flat rack International tworow planter with wire and 3fl tractor hlteh Small Jtnjle ekatm elevator John Deere side deliver aav rakr Tivmf rake International corn binder Horse anower firefool Inter national traetor Firefool wtadrower Endgate leeder International spreader all steel i New Idea spreader Two and oMflvecallM cream cam Foar Vgalton barred wtth faoxeli Fiveration oil tank with pimp US blower Farmers speed jack Fire allooi eau Forks ensilage scoops eatf nlllMy potts eU Ike nsaal small farm toots Warm Lunch Will Be Served en Grounds at Noon and during sale by Amtrican Legion Auxiliary Thornton TERMS OF SALE Cash or if you want time make arrange ments with clerk of sale before time of sale No property to be removed until settled for MRS KUNO CRABBE L S JOHANSEN HEIMIE UHLENHOPP Auctioneers FIRST STATE BANK Thwrnttjo Mason City Grain At p m Saturda OaLs No 2 82 Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del Mason City Produce Qaatatlani bv E G Moriel At am Saturday Eggs No 1 40c Eggs No 2 35c Eggs No 3 30c Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over I6c Hens under 5 Ibs i4c Leghorn hens I4c White Rock Springs 23c Cocks heavy i2c Leghorn Cocks ioc 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 o want od ust Call 3800 and ask for the want ad department We will be glad to give you sugges tions that will help you get results Remember A GlobeGazette Want Ad Reaches Over 24000 Families in Northern fcowa and Southern Minnesota UNLESS special classitica tion of ad is requested customers must accept classification of advertis ing department of this paper Death Notices CASEY Mrs Laura Ackcrson 55 widow ot J C Casey died at her home 24 Second NE Friday at 6 pm tallowing a lone illness Req uicm High Mass will be celebrated at 3 am Tuesday at the Holy Family Catholic Church with the nt Rev Msgr A J Breen officiating Inter mcnt will be at the Clear Lake Ceme tery The Rosary will be said at the Casey home at 8 pm Sunday and Monday The McAuley and Son Fu ncral Home is In charge ANDERSON Charles E 70 of 2003 Harding SW died al a Mason Oily nursing home at am Saturday following an illness ot two years Funeral services will be held Mon day at 2 pm at the McAulcy and Son Chapel with the Rev J Endcr son pastor of Our Saviours Lutheran Church officiating Interment will be at Elmwood Cemetery The McAuley and SonFuneral Home is in charge McMILLEN Clifford 78 formerly of Mason City died nt a hospital In St Paul Friday followinR an illncsr Fu neral services will be held at St Paul Monday Committal senIces will be held at Elmwood Cemetery in Ma son City Tuesday at 10 am The Colonial Funeral Home Is in charge HOFFMAN Mrs E L Luclllel Hoffman SO of 1139 3rd SW died enroutc to a hospital about 5 pm Friday following a twocar collision 12 miles south ot Mason City on High way 65 Funeral arrangements arc in complete The McAuley and Son Fu neral Home is in charge RING VALVE JOB MOTALOY DOES IT WHILEUDRIVE GUARANTEED Stops oil burning Raises compres sion Saves fuel CarsTrucksTractori KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 11 3rd NE Mason Cily Card of Thanks2 WE WISH TO THANK everyone for their kind thoughtfulness and ex pressions of sympathy Especial thanks to the Rev Mr Jensen Paul McAuley VFW and Auxiliary Ma Konic Lodge IOOF Lodge and Amer ican Legion The Edgington Family Funeral Directors 3 MASON CITY COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Home of Thoughtful Service I2S 3rd St NE Phone 1505 FATTKRSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa McAULEY8 SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral service 8 S Adams Phone 651 MAJOR FUNERALHOME SU 209 2nd Major Serv ice Meets Your CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Clear Lake Ambulance service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Local Livestock BOGS MASON CITYFor Saturday Steady Good light lights 160170 S12 50 Good light lights 17018031350 Good light lights 180190 S14 50 Good light llglits 190200 S1503 Good medium weights 200225 S1550 Good medium wulRlus 220230 SIS 50 Good medium weights 230210 Good mculum weights 240250 S1535 Good medium weights 250260 Good medium weights 260270 Good medium weights 270280 SH90 Good medium weights 280280 Good medium weights 90300 S14BO Good medium weights 100310 S14 45 Good medium weights 3103ZO SH30 Good medium weights 120330 S1415 Good medium weights 330340 S140 Good medium weights S1385 Good medium weights 350360 Good sows 270300 Good SOWS 300330 Good sows 330360 SI 4 00 Good SOWS 360400 SI 3 25 Good sows 400450 Good sows 450500 S No hogs received after 5 V Jacob R Decker t CATTLE MASON For Saturday Prime slcers and hclrcrs S32 0034 00 Choice steers and hciiers 0031 00 Good steers and heifers 526002800 Commercial steers and hellers 517002000 Utility and hellers S150017oo Good Cows S1400UOO Commercial 513 0016 00 Utility cows S12001400 Canncrs and cutters S12001400 Bulla CALVES MASON For Saturday Common Culls 8001000 Choice Good S22002fi00 Medium 518002200 LAMBS MASON For Saturday Out of sheep mantel until further notice Jacob E Decker k SODS Monuments Etc B3 MASON CITY Monument Works Homo owned and reliable sinca 1889 See our large display of fin ished monuments In all granites in cluding Montcllo Mark every Brave We deliver anywhere 150 10th St SW Phone 392 Personals KM FOLKS coming for Christmas Clean he rugs and upholstery with Fina Foam Damons Lost Found front of Palace Theater Stin cvo girls glasses in tan and white case Ph 5834J 39D3LM tire chain Phone Money to Loon 8 LEGAL NOTICE NEED CASH See TOM MITCHELL NORTH IOWA FINANCE LOANS S20 on Salary Car 119M N Federal Furniture Phone 3540 NOTICE OF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss In District Court No 7971 October Term 19SJ AH It Ma Coneera You arc hereby notified That an In strument of vrritlnir purporting to be the last Will ami Testament of William Osbln Miller Deceased dated October 4 1946 havinK been his day filed opened and read Thursday the llth rtay of December Is fixed for hearing proof of same al the Court House in Mason City Iowa be fore Ihe District Court of said County or the Clerk ot said Court and al oclock A M of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and rcmirieil lo appear and show cause if any Iney have why Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and lor the last Will and Testament ot said de ceased Dated al City lowi November 1952 S H MacPEAK Clerk of District Court By JEAN ROBDE Deputy SEE United financial Service lor quick service on loans Over Ford Hopkins Drug to State Co 201 Weir Bldg Phone 1038 CASH loans to Household Finance Corporation 7V4 N Fed 2nd Floor Room 1 Ph 1101 LOANS at Thrift Money in mln utes Ph 516 1914 N Fed over Woolworths SEt the United Home Bank 4c Trust Co tor real estate mortgage loans A PERSONAL LOAN to solve your financial problems can be Promptly and Confidentially Arranged INVESTMENT DEPT 1st National Bank   

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