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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                14 12 1W3 CHr City It Gordon Wamsley Weds Lois Janke CLAHKSVILLE Miss Lois Janke daughter of Daniel Janke of WheatonMinn became the bride of Wamsley son of Mr anl Mrs Raymond Wamsley northlof Clarksville in the Evangel icalUnited Brethren Church near Wheaton The Rev Paul Nygrcn read the double ring ceremony Miss5Ardis Janke sister of the bridewas maid of honor Gail Mau dallwasflower girl Horace Janke of the bride was beslman Myron Jahkc James Hess and Orval Hess cousin of the bride ushers and Ehvood Maudal was ring bearer The couple left after the ceremony on a wedding trip io northern Minnesota and bride has aught for several years inTraverse County Minne sota schools and is teaching first grade this year in Clarksville The bridegroom is employed by the Carnation Co of Waverly They are making their home in Clarksville Couples Granted 1 Licensesto Wed1 NEW Marriage li censes have been issued to Warren A Garrison 18 Lawler and Bar bara M Ralph 19 Now Hampton Garry Lee Sampson jfi and Dar lene Joan DeBoom 17 Hartley Dr Raymond A Ross G4 Agnes M M6e 43 Rice Lake Wis Cyril A Wozniak 34 and Olive M Jones both ot St Paul Minn Rob erl A Grinncll 22 and Thcda Kay Rutherford 17 both of Burlington Ellsworth F Kohlmarm 34 and Lois M Baunigartner 29 both of Cedar Rapids Carroll Dean 20 North English and Maurita Joan Wilson 1C Deep River Lyle J Tohannsen 27 Gladbrook and Maxine J Hatcher 34 Mar shalllown Merle J Chalupsky 28 LaPortc City and ErmaLu Moore 24 Birmingham Mich George A Curtis 21 and Eveline E Bird 18 both of Red Wing Minn Levi Reimers 59 Laurel Neb and Gail Elizabeth Gardner 53 Sioux City Donald Edward Frecsc 24 and Lila Jane Austin 19 both of Vora Springs Jay Clyde Mullins legal Somcrs and Naomi Marjcari Moret legal Paton Willis R Wood 19 and Dixie L Wcsscls 16 both of Mason City Ahlert L Osterhus 33 and La Vonne G Lassig 20 both of Cler mont EugeneIS Northrop 19 Hardy find Arlene K Gangstead 16 Goldficld Lloyd Eugene Fow ler 2G and Marjoric 1laber 20 both of Grinncll Junior Johnic Gallagher 21 and Marian Lorraine Weber is both of Hornick John Emery Schaa 26 Kamrar and Maxine Leona Lackhcss 23 Jewell Herman Bakkcr 21 and Helen Ann Davis 21 both of Aplington Minnesotans Get Licenses to Wed NORTIIWOOD Marriage li censes have been issued to Minne sota couples including Glen Burt 21 Minnesota City Minn ami Constance MJkelson 18 Austin Minn Ellsworth Hildrelh 20 and Mabel Wend 18 both of Austin Minn William Keehn 24 and Mary Ann Sandberg 20 Andrew L Jensen 46 nnd Margaret E Palmer 36 Gaylord L Wnhl 29 and Lillian E Hillstrom 29 John Brlckley 31 and Goldie Hostvct 25 J nines Williams 26 and NIGHT AUCTION AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA TUESDAY NIGrtT SEPT 15 8 P M WJIt and various weights Alto pigs around 40 Ibs and haavUr to Bood variaty of local stock to sail Tuesday night Good fat eattU market at our salas can sail a lot mora Milk cows ara In demand Consign to St Ansgar Barn for full valut Wall look at your fat cattla at any tlma ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Clhoun 113 St Ansgar CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE rr i w mlu on orwoo o WEDNESDAY SEPT 16 COMMENCING AT 1 PM LUNCH ON GROUNDS SALE DAY 26 HEAD OF CATTLE 10 Milk Cows all milking now to itart to by IS 7 including 3 Shorthorn heifers all artlficitlly bred to good Shorthorn built 9 Shorthorn good This is good of wall fartd Shorthorn CattU 16 HOGS ALL VACCINATED 4 Second Litter to Poland China Boar to farrow and early October 3 Gilts Feeder Pigs GOOD PERCHERON TEAMGood mouth and well broke mare and gelding weight about 3200 Ibs 16 SHEEP 8 Ewes 8 Lambs FARM MACHINERY ETC Kerular on riibhen John A Woods EUvator Power Jrt Mll W Box n John Hetre Orln KlvUr i ill steel Mfti 12ft 00hn Deeri Disc fi i i 10i Corn IUntcr trctor Hnr8e 1IIC 1B llmmer Won MR ll 2Wn Btojcl BUILDINGS Au1 Won mrubherf Sletl d Jntemtlnnl Sleel i T Thetl 10lole Keelori Boh Sledll Olher Fuel Barrel SOtt Endle Drive of Krm Nu I McCormlck 7 hp Eleclrlo Molort Emr Sioktc Orlncterj a flood 22pen Ho9 Home Brooder House CHICKENS 30 White Leghorn FEEDSOO Bales First Crop Clover Hay more or lets 445 Second Crop Clover Hay All this hay in barn has had no Cash those desiring credit make arrangements with home banker before sale No property to be removed until settled WALTER NOE NV HUBER Auct CARPENTER SAVINGS BANK Clerk ClobeCrizetle photo by Musser GETTING of the womens division of the Mason City Community Chest look over some of the supplies they will use in the 1953 campaign They are left to right Mrs L S Kirkham Mrs George Joyce and Mrs Dick Franklin Womens Unit of Chest Gets Plans Started Mrs W II Rees chairman of the womens division in the 1053 campaign of the Mason City Com munity Chest met at the YWCA Friday with the precinct and ward chairmen and cochairmen to plan the next step in the organization ol Ihc division The Womens Division canvasses the residential solicitation inthe annual campaign for the eight Red Feather agencies It was decided to arrange a sep arate meeting for the kickoff of the womens division on the morn ing following the general cam paign opening on Oct 12 All workers in the womens division Jeanne Wcbslcr 22 Norman L Knutson 34 and Gladys Lanllo 34 Lucian Morion 24 and Vir ginia Reincrs 21 Edward Larison and Susan Mckjuist 18 all ol Minneapolis Sevcrin Weflen 30 Maynard Minn and 48 Minneapolis Charles H Lim ing Jr21 Rugby ND nnd Nan cy Jean Slroimiuist 18 Osccola Wis Bancroft Church Nuptial Scene BANCROFT a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev J HSchulles in St Johns Church Bonnie ShiUingtpn daughter of Mr and Mrs E J Shillington be came the bride of Gerald Selling son of Frank Skilling Algona Attending the bridal couple were Mrs Jan Harig Jerry Shilling ton Bobby Shillington twin broth er of the bride and Clif Stogsturm Following the ceremony dinner andreception was held at the Plan tation at Whittemorc The bride a graduate of St Johns School has been employed at the Northwestern Bell Telephone office at Algona The bridegroom has enrolled in the university Ver where they willmake iniHiou SD their home Bristow cousin of the bride were will be invited to the general solid tatiqns kickoff but they will re ccivc theirsupplies on the follow ing morning at their own special meeting This will bring the 400 women workers together for the first time as a working unit of the campaign The precinct chairmen and co chairmen will select chairmen for the 51 zones in which the resi dential section ot the city has been divided Each was given a map o her precinct suggestions for en listing the help of zone chairmen and information about the 1953 campaign goal of Many Mrs Rees pointed out that the Community Chest Red Feather agencies arc serving more lhan one out of every three persons in Mason City She reminded several chairmen that these yCardSieberts Vows Exchanged Barbara Jean Seiberts daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin Seiberts became the bride of Robert Gene Card sou of Mr ami Mrs Chester Cardof Dumonl in Ihc Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church The Rev P F McKinnley performed the double ringceremony Mrs John Stock was the orgnn ist and Yvonne Maifielcl and Lois Wngner were he soloists Miss Shirley Burmaster Hampton was matron of honor and Shirley Stil son of Aralale was bridesmaid The flower girl was Jolcen Card of Allison niece of the bridegroom The ringbcarcr wns Ralph Harper Hansell cousin of the bride The bridegrooms a 11 c n d a nls ere Duainc Seiberts Dumont brother of the bride and Dallas Mrs Wolf emphasized the import arc of Allison brother of the ance of the Red Feather agencie bridegroom Judy Card Dumont sister of the bridegroom Fern Fox the ser vices arc not charities The public health nurses are on call for parttime nursing care in every homewhere there is a need every boy and girl can participate in the programs of the Scouts and the Ys any family needing coun selling or casework services i welcome at Family Service Inc and the Salvation Army works with young people families anc the aged Mrs Rccs introduced the divi sion cochairman Mrs Louis Wolf cnndiclighlcrs Ushers were Trousedale and Marvin Nolte A reception was held in to tiie housewife and mother They arc interested in the positive hope ful side of the agencies services church parlors for 180 guests After a short wedding trip they will make their home in Hampton The bridegroom is employed with the Saylor real estate of Hampton and the bride is employed with Dr Sandvig dentist at Hampton Both arc Dumont High School graduates Jon Building health keeping familic together and providing recreation the and guidance for their sons anc Public AUCTION 75 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE HOLSTEINS GUERNSEYS JERSEYS SHORTHORNS Sale To Be Held At The MASON CITY AUCTION CO EAST EDGE OF MASON CITY ON HIGHWAY 18 SEPT 15 at 8 P M 57 brought in from Hie drought oreas of Missouri because of insufficient feed down there They ore either fresh or heory springers Some will freshen rhis foil or winter These Cottle ore thin in fleih but good useful dairy All are Tl and Bongs tested Offered For Sale bv Dovle Bradlev Owner daughters Meet Sept 24 meeting for zone chairmen will be held on Thursday Sept 24 at pm in the Decker room a the YWCA Precinct chairmen am cochairmen were asked to tenor the names of zone chairmen to the chest office by next Friday The precinct chairmen and co chairmen for the 3953 campaign are Ward 1 Precinct 1 Mrs Roger Whippk and Mrs W A Berry Precinct 2 Mrs E P Ruszat and Mrs F G Gaffri Ward 2 Precinct 1 Mrs W L Morisky and Mrs K M Larson Precinct 2 Mrs Eugene Kernan Ward 3 Precinct 1 Mrs Keith Sanborn and Mrs David Smith Precinct 2 Mrs Albert Saunders and Mrs Paul Scott Ward 4 Pre cinct 1 Mrs L J Kirkham am Mrs Don Hcsselink The 31st annual campaign of the Community Chest will be held Oct 12 22 Board Rejects Road Vacation NEW Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors this week voted to deny the petition o Don Buzzard Waterloo sportsman to vacate a mile of roadnine miles south of New Hampton Buzzart petitioned the board to vacate th road so that he could have a pond that would cover the road on lam he owns v Twentytwo farmers appeared be fore the supervisors to protest the proposal as it would cause sonv of them to travel as much asLfoui miles further to reach the pave mcnt LINE OPIPE Stick to the the Smoke Blew Where It Will By T Pipe STARS rVhen day has faded into night And darkness oer the Jand doth flow he stars shine forth in jewelled array To light the heavens with their glow tow dark would be the midnight sky How long would be the lonesome night Did not the stars in glad array Eer fill the sky with friendly light 0 Which for those who Jove the tars no cloudless night is ever so dark but what the stars lighten the vayand diffuse a friendliness that ort of warms their hearts A When we were a lonely boy on he farm it was our good fortune o have access to a book on astron omy the readingof which started us on a liking for star gazing a lik ng that we still enjoy Each about this time wt to call our readers if any attention to the floral display of Four OClockj at the Charles sher residence on 12th N W across the tracks just west of the chemical plant Blooming late in he day the flowers make a gay coloring well worth driving out to ee We have often wondered how come the mile long row of apple trees on the south side Highway 8 between Wesley and Sexton The roeswere well filled with apples his year Can any one tell us the history and the of these Tees Every time we read in the paper vhich is frequently about a per son being bitten by a dog our heart leeds for the poor canine that must be tied up for 10 days This s no way to treat a dog and the S P C A should take action about it In our travels hither and thither and to and fro we notice a few wild sunflowers along the highway and n fields in this territory Right now would be a good time to elirh nate these pests before they get a permanent foothold Which if all the weeds that pes er the farmer and the hard work ing gardener had been eliminated when they first showed up it woulc have been but a slight task to have kept them eliminated But once es tablrshed they become permanent IT SURELY CUTS THEHARVEST YIELD WHEN1 WEEDS TAKE OER A GROWING FIELD W The long dry spell seems to have stilled the song of the merry lawn mower No more do we hear its cheerful song throughout the day In other words we dont hear the mower no more Ha ha Put the mower in the basement For its summer work is oer Until spring no one is wanting A lawn mower any more A We see by the paper where the city is providing a new dump for people to clump superfluous not wanted valueless items trash and other brie a braes into This is a good move on the part of the city And goodness knows there are plenty of holes in which to dump in the new location In fact what with all the big cavities in and adjacent to Mason City the town should never run out of dump holes As for the city purchasing the Skyland Swimming Pool this look like a good proposition if som means of transportation could b arranged so the kids could get t it iree of cost Otherwise it woulc be more or less inaccessible fo many of the youngsters w We also see in the paper where there is talk of organizing a seconc independent political party to pro vide some friendly opposition to the ticket already in the field Which is all right The more tht merrier But how are we going to have any fun out of election if the opposing tickets are to be friendly ones We have got to have oppos ing forces that really tear into each other and do some hot cam paigning if the innocent bystanders arc to get a kick out of it 0 Which we have been thinking some of organizing a nominating committee of our own We will cal it the Let well enough alone as sociation and nominate all the present councilman and other rive members of the city govern ment for reelection And name a regular fellow a good mixer who knows and Hkes them for mayor Either people aregetting better or pur local police officers are getting more efficient We note in the monthly police report for August there iwere 165 fewer ar rests made than in July Or maybe it was the heat in August tha caused law breakers to refrain a heap in their tsual avocation Midwest Livestock Trend Good 150160 JGO170 Ibs 170180 Ibs 180190 Ibs 190200 Ibs 200210 210220 Ibs 220230 Ibs 230240 Ibl 240250 Ibs 250260 Ibs 260270 Ibs 2702BO Ibs Ibs 290300 Ibs 300310 Ibs 310320 Ibs 320330 Ibs 330340 Ibs 340350 Ibs 350360 Ibs Good Packing 270300 Ibs 390330 Ibs 330360 ibs 360400 Ibs 400450 Ibs 450500 Ibs 500350 Ibs SATURDAYS Albert Austin Minn Minn Steady Steady 1700 lft00 1900 2300 2350 2423 2425 2425 2425 2405 2385 2365 2345 2325 2305 2285 2265 2245 2225 2200 2200 2300 2250 2200 2150 2100 20125 1950 1850 2000 2150 2375 2450 24 SO 2450 2450 2425 2400 2375 2360 2345 2330 2315 2300 2285 2270 22155 2240 2325 2275 2225 2175 2100 2025 19 JO Waterloo Steady 2000 2150 23OU 2400 2475 2475 2475 2475 2450 2425 2400 2385 2370 2355 2340 2325 2310 2295 2280 2265 2350 2300 2250 2200 2125 2050 1975 Cedar Rapids Steady 2100 2200 2300 2400 2475 2475 2475 2475 2450 2425 2400 2375 2350 2325 2275 2275 2275 2225 2225 2225 2325 2275 2225 2175 2125 2050 1975 Hog Prices Stay Steady CHICAGO sold generai y steady this week as receipts in zreased after the threeday Labor 5ay weekend Cattle and sheep showed solid advances Barrows and gilts closed the week it about the same level as a week igodespite unusually heavy re eipts on Tuesday and Friday Sows declined 25 to 50 cents Cattle receipts were the smallest or any week so far this year and about 40 per cent smaller than the lame week a year ago Slaughter iteersand heifers closed to ligher USDA Hogs 300 total 2000 compared veek ago Barrows and gilts steady sows 25 to 50 lower At the weeks the op stood at 2550 paid very sparingly for ome choice 275 Ib weights A lew lots choice 220250 Ib butchers brought 2535 Closing bulk choice 190240 Ib butchers rousht 24752523 Sows welshing 400 Ibs mtl lighter In sizable lots closed at 2200 1400 mainly 2225 and above with bulk iOOS50 Ib sows late at 21002225 Cattle 200 total not given compared feek ago Slaughters steers and hellers nostly 100250 higher cows 100200 ilgher most upturn on commercial cows bulls 50100 higher vealers and slaughter calves 100200 higher calvesup most weeks bulk choice and prime Fed steers and yearlings 900 Ibs and heavier 2400 2900 mostly 2500 up after Tuesday most vigh commercial to low choice steers 1900 2400 choice and prime heifers and mixed yearlings 23002700 choice slaughter calves reached 1850 Sheep 200 total not given compared veek ago Yearlings sold 150200 higher nil there was no appreciable change In trices oC slaughter sheep ToUlsalable supplies at the 12 leading markets were down some 40 per cent from last week inrf were shout 60 per cent under the corresponding week of 1952 Good to prime native spring slaughter lambs sold at 18502150 Sales of yearlings were com peted at 12001600 Virtually no feeder ambs or breeding ewes were marketed ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO estimated live stock receipts for Monday hogs 11000 cattle 22000 sheep 4000 Local Livestock SIASON Saturdaj OUT OF MARKET MasonCity Grain At pm Saturday Oats 70c lorn old lorn new Dec SoybeansNov dely LEGAL NOTICES Jacob E Decker Sons No hogs recervefl 5 pm Jacob E Decker fc Sons Phone 4071 MASON Saturday rime steers and heifers S2t002600 holce steers and heifers S2200230C jood steers nnd heifers S18002l00 Commercial steers and heifers Sll001700 Utility steers and heifers S 9001100 Commercial cowa Jlillty cows S 8001000 banners and cutters 800100 Bulls S10001500 CALVES MASON Saturday OUT OF VAIF MARKET UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Jacob E Oecker A LAMBS MASON Saturday Out of sheep market until further notice Mason City Produce Quotations by E G Morse At 10 am Saturday Eggs No 1 51c Eggs No 2 41e Eggs No 336c Hens heavy bfeeds5 over 2ic Hens under 5 Ibs 18c Old Cocks 12c ORIGINAL NOTICE In The District Court Of In And For Cerro Gordo MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MASON CITY Plaintiff VS DONALD II CRAIG IONE K CRAIG DONNA MARIE CRAIG MARSH1A JEAN CRAIG PENNY LEE CRAIG DONALD H CRAIG as Guardian ot Donna Marie Marshia Jean Cralc and Penny Lee Craig Minors HAY D BURGESS MARY ELLEN BUKGISSS ED CLOUSE and S H MacPEAK Clerk of the District Court of Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County Defendants TO lone KCrir You arc herehy notified that there Is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Ipwa in and for Cerro Gordo Couniy the Petition of Plain tiff and Amendment thereto demanding judgment against the Defendants Donald If Craig and lone K Craig and each of you tor the sum of JS3733G justly due from you Donald H Craig and lone K Craig to Plaintiff on a certain written promissory note made executed and de lisered hy you Donald H Craig and lone K Craig to Plaintiff on the 30th day of November 1951 together with interest thereon from the first dayof June 1953 at the rate of Eeven percent per annum until paid Plaintiff further demands judgment against you Donald H Craig and lone K Craig for the sum of 518009 for taxes levied and assessed against the premises conveyed by the Mortgage given to secure said note together with interest thereonat the rate of seven percent per annum from the first day of June 1933 until paid and a judgment against you Donald H Craig and lone foi the sum of for the purpose of se curing an Abstract Title preparatory to foreclose the Mortgage given to secure said note Plaintiff further prays that a certain Mortgage made and executed by you Donald IT Craig and lone K Craig on the 30th day otNovember 1951 conveying to the Plaintiff Lot Number Six 6 In the Subdivision ot Block Number Ninetynine 99 In Paul Felts Plat of Mason City Iowa and duly recorded in the office ol the Cotinty Recorder of Cerro Gordo County Iowa lit Book 123 ot Mortgages at Page 493 given to secure the payment of the note and interest herelnabove des cribed bo declared to be a first and prior lien upon said mortgasad premises anc that all right title and Interest that the Defendants Donald H Craig lone K Craig Donna Marie Craig Marshia Jean Craig Penny Lee Craig Donald H Craig as Guardian of Donna Marie Craig Mar shla Jean Craig and Pennv Lee Craig Minors Ray D Burgess Mary Ellen Bur gess Ed Clouse and S H MacPeak Clerk of the District Court of Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo Couniy or either of said De fondants have or claim to have in and to said premises be decreed junior aridin ferior to Plaintiffs said Mortgage that a Special Execution Issue for the sale of said premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment and that the equity of redemption of each of the Defendants hereinabove named be foreclosed but no personal judgment is claimed against any Defendant excepi Donald 1L Craig nnd lone KCraig Plaintiff further prays that the Court appoint a suitable person to act as Re ceiver to Immediate possession and control of the mortgaged premises lo lease the same collect the rents Incomes and profits thereof and apply such in come issues and profits thereof in pay ment of Court Costs compensation to Re ceiver proper expenses Incurred in the Receivership necessary repairs to the mortgaged premises payment of premium for Insurance on the mortgaged premises payment of anytaxes or special assess ments levied against the mortgaged premises and the balance to be npplicd on any unpaid portion of the indebtedness secured by said mortgage Youare further notified that said cause of action will come on for hearing before the District Court of Iowa in and foi Cerro Gordo County at the Court House In the City of Mason City Iowa on the 19th day of October AD 1953 and unless you appear thereto nnd defend said cause of action on or before satd 19th day o October AD 1953 your default will be entered and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law SMITH BECK 505 First National Bank Bldg Mason City Iowa Attorneys for Plaintiff Garner School Enrollment Up E Bunge princi pal of the Garner High School re ports that the enrollment of the Garner schools this year is 620 which is 12 more than were en rolled last year Last years en rollment was 608 The junior high enrollment is up a little while the kindergarten and high school enrollment is slightly lower Of the total of 620 enrolled 360 are in the grades 86 in junior high and 174 in high school The first grade is the largest single class with 67 the fourth grade fol lows closely with 60 and the larg est grade in high school is the ioth with an enrollment of 54 Decorah Leads Iowa in August Precipitation DECORAH in Iowa for the month of August av eraged 22 inches However De corahs average was 615 inches making Decorah lead the state in rainfall for the second consecutive month The twomonth total for Decorah was 1662 inches Of that amount 1144 inches fell in a 10day July 28 through August 4 Although the state sweltered in near 100 degree temperatures the last few days of August tempera tures for the whole month aver aged only one degree above the normal 73degrees NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OFIOWA Cerro Gordo County as No 8118 Notice Is hereby given that tinder signed has been duly appointed and quail fled as Executrix of the estate of Anthony Scholl deceased late of Cerro GorU County All persons Indebled to said lnlc are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims agains the same will present them duly authenll catcd to the undersigned for allowance and fllo in office of the Clerk of the District Court MINNfK L MURRAY B R DUNN Attorney Dated August 26 1953 S II MacPEAK Clerk District Cour By JEAN ROIIDE Deputy NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA1 Cerro Gordo Covmty ss In District Court No 8140 June Term 1953 To All WVim H Concern You are herebynotified that an Snstru ment ol lo be the las Will nd Testament of A M Avcry De ceased dated October 24 1951 havin been this day filed opened and read Wednesday the 30th day of September 1953 fixed lor hearing proof of same a the Court House in Mason City lowi be fore the District Court of said County o the Clerk ot said Court and Hi oclock AM of the day above mentions all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause If any thiy why instrument shoulc not probated and allowed as and fo the last yill and Testament of said de ceased Dated at Mason City Iowa 3 1953 S H MacPEAK ClerX of District Cour By ARLEEN B HARRIS Dcput Notices BERO Thor B of 625 3id NE died at the University Hospital at Iowa City late Friday afternoon fol lowing an extended Illness Funeral services have been set tentatively for 2 pm Tuesday at the Colonial Chapel Friends may call after 3 pm Cord of Thoiths 2 WE WISHTO THANK friends and iMlchbon nurses at Park HosptUl for cards kindnesses sym pathy and floral offerings during our recent bereavement andFamily A COMPLETE MOTALOY RING AND VALVE JOB While you drive for only Good for tbe life of your eacloc cosily oil buraiax iacreasei raUes compreMlon KENNY THOMPSON KENNYS CAFE li3rd N E Mason City Cord of Thonks 2 MY SINCERE THANKS to alt whs remembered me so generously with cards and visits while I was at the hospital Mrs E R Hogbln Fynerol Directors S MASON CITY McAULEY It SON Funeral Home A DlstlAgulshed Dignified Funeral Service S Adams Phone 651 PATTERSONJAMES NEW CHAPEL 2nd and S Pennsylvania Mason City Phone 1140 Licensed In Minnesota and Iowa COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME The of Thoughtful Service 3rd St NE Phone 1505 MAJOR FUNERAL HOME Phon Ml 209 2nd NE CLEAR LAKE FUNERAL HOME CLEAn LAKE Ambulance service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Cemeteries A3 FOR Park Ceme tery lot D12 GlobeGazette Monuments Etc 83 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable 18B9 See our large of fin ished monument and all granites in cluding MonteUo Mnrk every crave We deliver anywhere 150 10th St SW Phono 392 5 UNWED girls con fidential seclusion Legal adaptions Eva Thompson 4911 E 27th Kansai City Mo 2 WISH ride to Jacksonville Fla orvicinity around Oct 1 Refer ences exchanged Write Box A10 GlobeGazette Lost Found iOST ShepherdCollie dog Brown black and while Reward Ph 3709 Irish setter Answers to name Duke Ph 5282W labrador puppy red col Jar Ph 2656 Money to Loan 8 GOOD NEWS LADIES Married or Single NOW YOU CAN BORROW ON YOUR OWN SIGNATURE to Visit Our Womens Loan Department SEE MRS SIMON Phone 412 3rd Fir 1st Natl Bank BIdg SECURITY LOAN CO to J30Q State Co 201 Weir Bldg Phone 1038 CASH loaos to Household Finance Corporation 7V4 N Fed 2nd Floor Room I Ph Ufll United Home Bank it Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans LOANS at Thrift Money in minutes Ph 2680 19V4 N Fed over Wool worths Gash See Tom Mitchell NORTH IOWA FINANCE n9Va No Fed Ph 3540 Mason City la Business Opportunities 18 FRANCHISE OPEN Requirements office business phone Possibilities S25000 yearly Investment for equip ment only Product sold retail HUBBLEO Richmond Indiana Phone 21928 CAFE and tavern In Mason CltyT Formerly Cafe Ph 1350 FOR City card mart stock and equipment Ex business opportunity for a couple Small in vestment Beck Bros Co Ph 134 Valuable County Franchise Available Need conscientious dealer in this area to handle county dis tribution of the new and re cently patented BULLDOG DE SOOTING CHEMICAL DECARBONIZER for oil burn ing stoves and furnaces Re quires ten hours spare time weekly Car references and operating capital which is secured by inventory Earn ings up to weekly depend ing on spare lime devoted and if work proves satisfactory will finance for full time deal with 815000 income a year po tential Include phone no in application Terrific repeat business Write Bulldog Decarbonizer Co 206 N Barstow Street Eau Claire Wisconsin Mole Help Wonted 20 to run Buckeye ti Ing machine 1312 N Jeff WANTEDNlght clerk Park HoteU Clear Lake Investigator National organization needs man age 22 to 28 Must be high school graduate and some col lege preferred to handle insur ance employment investiga tions No selling or collecting Must have car i knowledge typing Salary mileage and bonus Good opportunity for right man Ph 842 Mason City la or write giving quali fications to PO Box 59 Water loo la f MAN to work in Pro Shop the Country Club Ph 1512 MAN to drive truck and work in between 2135 only license Apply Pi WarehouW 3184th NE Maym City la help In meat   

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