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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                14 Upt If 1W3 CH Marat City M H Carman Service fo Be Tuesday i Martin H Carman 63 617 Caro lina S E a painter died Friday evening at a Mason City hospital following an illness of about 14 months He had lived in the com munity 25 years Mr Carman was born at Menom ineey Mich Jan 6 1890 He was married M Samsal June 30 1910 at Benson Minn Surviving are six sons Corbett and Chester Carman Albuquerque N Jerry Carman Des Moines Gofdon Charles City Lyle Carman missing in ac tion with the armed forces in Korea and Delno Carman in the U S Army in Germany two daughters Mrs Dallas Pearl Spurgeon Mason City and Mrs Ronald Bernlece McKibben Al buquerque N Mex and 15 grand children and one great grandchild He waspreceded in death by his parents a sister and two brothers Funeral services have been set tentatively for 2 p m Tuesday at the PattersonJames Chapelat 2nd S E andPennsylvania Interment will be at Elmwood Cemetery Service Held Mrs Brown Funeral services for Mrs Cloyd Gertie Brown43 who died Sun day were held Friday afternoon at PattersonJames Chapel with the Rev WE Burd pastor of the Church of the Nazarene officiat i Miss Marilyn Factor sang ac eompaniedrby Earl Elilers at the organ Mrs Donald Ransom and Mrs Lawrence Schaer were in flowers Relatives and friends attending the services from out of the city were Mr and Mrs PaulScobee arid Larry Scobee1 and Mr Mrs Omar Stokes Waterloo Mr and Mrs John StoKer San Anto niorTexas Mr and Mrs Carl Scobee Mr and Junior Sco bee and Jack Scckce Elmira Mo Mr and Mrs Lorin Scobee Han Hqving a Fctnn Sale BOB PEDELTY III AUCTIONEER 9WJ11 Mason City NOW IS THE TIME To Order Your MARTIN CORN CRIB MACHINE SHED STEEL BIN Can Make Delivery lontown Mr and Mrs Roiiic Jef fries and Betty Jean Kansas City Kan Mrs Myron Zeevarth and DianeCharles City Mr and Mrs Ernest Wartman Lakota Mr and Mrs Donald Ransom Ventura Mrs Simon Stoffer Alexander Mr and Mrs Enis Price Mrs Dale Price and Mrs Walter Hucb ner Hampton Mr and Mrs Charles Price Iowa Falls Mr and Mrs Roy Waltjer Sheffield and H A Flett Clarion Pallbearers were Donald Ran som Gene Grouctte Vincent Ha nig Ronald Larson William Shoe maker and John Cory Jr Inter ment was at Elmwood Cemetery Tuberculosis Institute to Be Tuesday One of nine fall regional insti tutes for tuberculosis workers will be held at the Hotel Hanford in Mason City Tuesday Paul C Wil liamson executive secretary of the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health As sociation and the Iowa Heart As sociation said that plans for the Christmas Seal campaign will be discussed Mrs Vera N Ewing Christmas Seal Sale consultant Wendell Law head health educationconsultant and Miss Paula Robinson social service consultant all with the state association and John Her mann Iowa Heart Association program coordinator will partici pate in workshop sessions with vol unteer workers At the noon luncheon William son will discuss the problem still created by tuberculosis despite dramatic strides that have been made in control of the disease Following the luncheon techniques promoting the Seal sale will be presented Funeral Monday for Marble Rock Wpman MARBLE Amos A Wilson 74 of Marble Rock died Friday at the Cedar Valiey Hospital at Charles City after a short ill ness Short funeral services will be held atjthe Hann Funeral Home at Greene Monday noon and the body will be taken to s Hudson where services will be held at the Evan gelical UB Church at pm Burial at Hudson Survivors include three sons John DJ of Calif Burton Ei of Guyahoga Falls Ohio aridAmos A Jr Bloomington 111 and two daughters Mrs L B Hines Austin Minn and Mrs Floyd Benny of Washington DC Mrs Wilson was born at Maple Grove Oct 30 1879 daughter of Emory and Melissa DeWitt Says Leisure Time Danger to Society Americans must have a produc ive recreation program to go with heir ever increasing leisure time or it will lead Unmoral decay Leisure time can mean the destruction of modern man Theresa S Brungardt director of he Vermont State Recreation Board and president of the Ameri can Hecreation Society told the Governors Conference on Recrea ion in Des Moines Friday These statements more or Jess set the tone of the conferences according to J B Conroy Clear Lake delegate who attended the workshop sessions of recreation advisors and leaders from all parts of Iowa Productively The meeting touched on all as pects of how Americans can use heir leisure time better and more productively he said Mrs Brungardt as well as other speakers pointed1 out that with the United States in the role of world leader its people should become more resourceful in their use of leisure time so as to presentfor the rest of the worldto see tural and moral strength to match ovjr political leadership Many Iowa towns have sensed the needdor a steppedup recrea tion program and areworking un derbudgetsset upby their city governments said Conroy Rec reation centers with going pro grams are sprouting up all over this and other states where local leadership has the energy fore sight and imagination to see the benefits and vitality it gives the community Furnish Funds State legislators are faced with the need of furnishing funds as well as advisory leadership to committees wanting to set up a community project Iowaslegis lators were very much Incidence Friday and showed their interest in whatthey heard and saw Many of those present were trying out new techniques in arts and metal crafts hospital recrea tion social recreation It would seem that recreation in Iowa got a considerable shot in the arm at Fridays conference The Waterloo program with a budget of yearly including forarts and was particularly impressive the Ma son Cityan said Midwest Livestock Minn Trend 25c Good lower 1SO160 1700 160170 1800 170180 Ibs 1900 180190 2300 190200 Jbs 2350 200210 Ibs 2425 210220 His 24Z5 220230 2425 230240 Ibs 2425 240250 Ibs 2405 250260 Ibs 2385 260270 Ibs 2365 270280 2345 280290 Ibs 2325 290300 Ibs 2305 300310 Ibs 2285 310320 Ibs 2265 320330 Ibs 2245 330340 Ibs 2225 340350 Ibx 2200 350360 2200 Good Packing 270300 Ibs 2300 300330 Ibs 2250 330360 Ibs 2200 360400 Ibs 2150 400450 Ibs 2100 450500 Ibs 2025 500550 Ibs 1950 SATURDAYS FHICES Albert Auitln Minn 25c lower 1825 1975 2125 2350 2425 2425 2425 2425 2400 2375 2350 2335 2320 2305 2290 2275 2260 2245 2230 2215 2300 2250 2200 2150 2075 2000 1925 Waterloo 25c75c lower 1975 2125 2275 2375 2450 2450 2450 2450 2425 2400 2375 2360 2345 2330 2315 2300 2285 2270 2255 2240 2325 2275 2225 2175 2125 2050 1975 Cedar Rapids 25c lower 2050 3150 2250 2350 2425 2423 2425 2425 2400 2375 2350 2325 2300 2275 2225 2225 2225 2175 2175 2175 2300 2250 2200 2150 2100 2025 1950 Hog Prices Are Firm CHICAGO MVHogs were firm and fairly active this week show ing slight advances mostly steady while Cattle were sheep were FIRE LASSIES SCVTUATE RJ Pot tcrvllle fire department consists of one truck and three womenvolun teers steady to moderately lower Hog prices fluctuated only mild Cattle receipts were the largest in more than seven years and near ly 75 per cent up from last week when arrivals were the smallest of the year Gains which started ear ly last week in the spring lamb and yearling market continuedthrough Tuesday The market declined the rest of the week 2000 tolal 4000 Compared week ago Barrows and gills steady to 25 higher sows steady to SO higher A1 the weeks close ihe top stood at 25SO pale by local Independent packer for Severn loads of choice 220240 lb barrows am Silts Other choice 190240 lb butchers closed Hie week at a range of24752550 Htllc below 2525 scaling 220 Ibs or lienvlcr Sows icallng 400 Ibs and lighter brought 2275 Up lo 2100 some choice 281 lb butcher sows lo 2425 and bulk 400550 lb weights 21252275 Cattle 3gO total not given Compared week agoi Prices steady to 50 lower bu mostly steady f high choice and prime heifers weighing more than 900 Ibs steady others 50100 lower ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS estimated live stock receipts for Monday Hogs 10000 cattle 21000 and sheep 4000 Loco Livestock Phone 4065 MASON Saturday OUT OF MARKET Jacob E Decker Sons No liogs received after 3 pm Jacob E Decker Sons 4071 MASON Saturday Prime and nclfers 124002600 Choice stcors and heifers Good steerj and heifers Commercial steers and helfen S1100170C Utility steers and heifers J900110C Commercial cowl Utility cows Cannon and cutters Bulls NIGHT AUCTION tlOOOU5 800100C 11000150C AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA TUESDAY NIGHT SEPT 22 8 P M Expect to have good variety of livestock for Tuesday nights auction Bring In any stock you want to sell Many buyers will te here Fat cattle are In demand Having calls for milk cows For full value and satisfaction consign to St Ansgar Ample facilities for all stock We will come to your farm and look at your fat cattle anytime ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Calhoun Owner Phone 113 St Ansgar I Large 9 Room House 8 Garage Selling At AUCTION Sat Sept 26 at 2 P M TO BE REMOVED FROM PREMISES IN 30 DAYS Located at 7708 South Mason City TERMS Onehalf cash day of sale balance bafore house and garage are removed or dismantled MASON CITY ARMORY CORP OWNER Reisch Auctioneer Also Haye a Complete Line of Drying Equipment Natural Air or Heated Call or Write For Free Literature and STODDARD Builders Supply Co 6174thSW Tel 1279 CALVES MASON Saturda OUT or CALF MARKET UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Jacob E Decker Soni LAMBS MASON Saturday Out of sheep marxet untn further notice Mason City Produce Quotations by E G Morse At 10 am Saturday Eggs No 1 51c Eggs No 241c Eggs No 3 36c Hens heavy breeds S Ibs over 20c Hens under 5 Ibs 18c Old Clocks I2c BIG AUCTION I To at the Farm Located 7Vi Miles of Rochester on Highway 14 on FRIDAY SEPT 25 STARTING AT A M SHARP HIGHLY IMPROVED 280 ACRE FARM 2 MODERN HOUSES Milking Parlor Barn 34x170 Two Slloi Etc The Land Is Highly Productive MUST BE SOLD Easy Will Handle 51 Registered and High Grade HOLSTEIN CATTLE Practically New of Modern Farm Machinery and Equipment DELZELL ENGELSTAD OWNERS ART SPARKS SARGEANT MINN AUCTIONEER Mrs Smith Service to Be Monday Mrs F E Ora Smith wife o the superintendent of the North western States Portland Cemen Company died at her home 21 10th N W early Saturday morn ing Funeral services will be held a pm Monday at the Major Memorial Chapel with the Rev Peter Jansen pastor of the Firs Congregational Church officiating Interment will be at Memorial Par Cemetery Born at New Hampton Mrs Smith had lived in Mason City 5 yearsShe taught in Garfield Schoo before her marriage to F E Smith 1914 She was a member of the 20th Century Club She was preceded in death b her parents a sister and a brother Rites Saturday at Belmond for School Girl 10 BELMOND Funeral service were held at the Congregationa Church Saturday afternoon fo Alyce Anita Mennenga 10 daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Men nenga who died Thursday of leu kemia Her death occurred a Mayo Clinic Rochester Minn where she was taken 10 days ear lier She had been ill for mor than two weeks The Rev William Schorman Congregational pastor officiated Burial was in Belmond cemetery Six boys in the little girls sixth grade class were selected to serv as honorary pallbearers and si high school youths were named a active pallbearers The Mennengas who live IV miles southeast of Belmond hav three other children A son an daughter Kyle and Verda who are older than the deceased and younger daughterCheryl Mason City Grain ats 70c orn old orn new Dec oybeanSj Nov LEGAL NOTICES ORIGINAL NOTICE n The District Court Of Iowa In And For Cerro Gordo County IUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND OAN ASSOCIATION OF MASON CITY lalntiff ONALD H CRAIG TONE K CRAIG K3NNA MARIE CRAIG MARSHIA JEAN RAIG PENNY LEE CRAIG DONALD CRAIG as Guardian of Donna Marie ralg Marshla Jean Craig and Penny Lee ralg Minors RAY D BURGESS MARY LLEN BURGESS ED CLOUSE and S MacPEAK Clerk ot the District Court t Iowa In and for Cerro Gordo County Defendants Ot lone K Cralr You are hereby notified that there is ow on file in the office of the Clerk of ic District Court ot Iowa In and for lerroGordo County the Petition of Plain iff and Amendment thereto demanding udgmcnt against the Defendants Donald I Craig and lone K Craig and each ol ou for the sura ol Justly due rom you Donald H Craig and lone K alg to Plaintiff on a certain written iromlssory note and de vercd by you Donald H Craig and lone Craig to Plaintiff on the 30tti day of November 1951 together with interest hereon from the first day of June1953 t the rate of seven percent per annum until paid Plaintiff further demands udgment against you Donald H Craig nd lone K Craig for the sum of or taxes levied and assessed against the iremlses conveyed by the Mortgage given o secure said note together with interest hereon at the rale of seven percent per annum from the first day of June 1953 until paid and a judgment against you Jonald HCraig and lona K Craig for he sum of for the purpose of se curing an Abstract of Title preparatory o foreclose the Mortgage given to secure aid note Plaintiff further prays that a certain Mortgage made and executed by you onald H Craig andlone X Craig on he 30th day of November 1951 conveying o the Plaintiff Lot Number Six 6 in the Subdivision of BlockNumber Ninetynine 99 In Paul Fells Platof Mason City owa and duly recorded In the office of he County Recorder of Cerro Gordo ounly Iowa In Book 123 of Mortgages at 493 given to securethe payment of he note nnd interest bereinabove des rlbed be declared to be a first and prior len upon said mortgaged premises and hat all right title and interest that the defendants Donald H Craig lone K Craig Donna Marie Craig Marshia Jean Craig Craig Donald HY Craig as Guardian of Donna Marie Craig Mar shia Jean Craig andPenny Lee Craig Minors Ray D BurgessMary Ellen Bur gess Ed Clouse and S Clerk of the District Court ofIowa in andfor Gordo County or either ofsaid De fendants have orclaim tohave In and o said premises be decreed junior and tn erlor to Plaintiffs said Mortgage that a Special Execution issue for the sale of said or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment and that the equity of redemption of each f the Defendants herelnabove named be oreclosed but no personal Judgment Is claimedagainst any Defendant except Donald H Craig and lone K Craig Plaintiff further prays that the Court a suitable person to act as Re elver to take Immediate possession and ontrol of the mortgaged premises to ease the same collect the rentsincomes 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 the mortgaged premises payment of premium or Insurance on the mortgaged premises payment of any taxes or ispeclal assess ments levied against the mortgaged premises and the balance to be applied n any unpaid portion of the Indebtedness ecurcd by said mortgage You arc further notified that said cause of action will come on for hearing before he District Court of Iowa in and for Ccrro Gordo County at the Court House n the City of Mason City Iowa on the 9th day of October AD 1953 and unless ou appear thereto and defend said cause of action on or before said 19th day of October AD 1953 your default will be ntered and judgment and decree rendered hereon as provided by law SMITH i BECK 505 First National Bank Mason City Iowa Attorneys for Plaintiff D E P E N D NOTICE OF PROBATE OP WILT STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss In District CourtNo 8140 June Term 1953 To All Whom It Concern You are hereby notified that an Instru ncnt of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of A M Avery De ceased dated October 24 1951 having een this day filed opened Wednesday the 30lh day of September 1953 Is fixed for hearing proof of same at ho Court House In Mason City Iowa be forc the District Court of said County or ihe Clerk ofsaid Court and at 10100 oclock AM ol UK day above mentioned all persons interested arc hereby notified and required to appear and show cause f any they have why Instrument should not be probated and allowed aj and for the last Will and Testament rf said de censed Dated at Mason City Iowa September 3 1953 S H MacPEAK Clerk of District Court By ARLEEN B HARRIS Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County is No 8126 Notice Is hereby given that the under signed hasbeen duly appointed and quall led as Executor of the estate of Eleanor W Pray deceased late of Cerro Gordo County All persons indebted to said estate are requested to rrinke Immediate pay ment and those hiivlng claims against the same will present them duly authenti cated to the undersigned for allowance and file in the office of the Clerkof the District Court G B PHAY Executor SMITH BECK September 17 1J53 SH MacPEAK Clerk District Court By JEAN ROHDE Deputy NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gorto County BS In District Court No September Term 1953 Ta All Whom It May Concern You are hereby notified that an tnstru ment ofwritingpurportingto be the last will and testamentol George Buehler de ceased dated July 18 1932 having been filed opened and rend Wednes day the day of September 1953 fixed for hearing proofof same at the Court House in Mason City Iowa before IMDiitrict Court of Mid County or he Clerk of said Court and at oclock AM of the day above mentioned all per sons Interested are hereby notified re quired to appear and show if any they have why Instrument should not be probated and allowed the last Will and Testament of said deceased Dated at Mason City September 17 19SJ v S H MacPEAK Clerk of DtoHct Court 1 By JEAN ROHDE Deputy Death Notices FILBLE Wayne C 47 of 811 10th NE died suddenly early Friday at a Mason City hospital following brief illness Funeral service will be held Monday at l pm at the Colonial Chapel with the Rev L T Olson pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Cedar Rapids officiating In terment will be at the Clear Lake Cemetery Friends may call the Colonial Chapel from 4 pm Satur day until the time of services SMITH Mrs F E of the superintendent of the North western States Portland Cement Com pany died at her home 214 10th NW early Saturday Funeral serv ices will be held at pm MOD day at the Major Memorial Chapel with the Rev Peter Jansen pastor of the First Congregational Church officiating Interment will be at Memorial Park Cemetery 18 SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY Due to am forced to sell or lease the Bungalow Cafe at Forest City Success business for 15 years Good 21 PAUL CARSE Proprietor BOUCK Henry O 59 of 536 E State died Thursday night at a Mason City hospital following a ling ering illnessFuneral services will m held Monday at 2 pm at the Pat tersonJames Mason City Chapel with the Rev Marvin OLee pastorof Central Lutheran Church officiating Military rites will be conducted at the graveside in Elmwood Cemetery The PattersonJames Funeral Home is In charge of arrangements CARMAN Martin H 63 painter of 617 Carolina SE died at pm Friday at a MasonCity hospital fol lowing an Illness of 14 months Fu neral services have been set tenta tively for2 pm Tuesday at thePat tersonJames Chapel at 2nd and Penn SE Interment will be at Elmwood cmetery O N Notices I PHILLIPS SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE on Hiway No J8 in Reasonable rent and invest ment CALL 2836EVENINGS AFTER Waitress Wanted Also Part Time Help Wanted Good pay excellent working conditions PHONE 682 TOWN HOUSE EXPERIENCED lor No Sunday or Monday work Apply In person at the Cup at No Sunday work V MODERN 2 STALL SERVICE STATION FOR LEASE on Highway No 65 in Mason City by Major OilCo Good going business reasonable in WRITE T17 GLOBEGAZETTE SALES POSITION An opportunity for 4 married lady age 3545 to up to per wk Some canvassIng Car necessary HOY PHEAHMIN GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Ill N Del CHy Want To Lease My 53 CMC 302 Tractor Consider anything Wouldlike gas transport WRITE BOX A19 GLOBEGAZETTE LOOKING FORABUSINESS OF YOUR OWN See us we have all kinds from jewelry stores to grain elevators C RBROWN Realtor Over United Home Bank Ph 847 Mel Hof 2374 44 W A N T A COMPLETE MOTALOY RING AND VALVEJOB While you drive for only Good for the Hie of your engine Stops costly oil burning increases gas mileage raises compression KENNY THOMPSON KENNYS CAFE ll3rd N E Mason City f u 11 or part time Apply TYPISTS wanted Address advertis iln postcards food type writer Write National Engraving Walertown Mais WAITRESS wanted Apply la person Canton Funeral Directors MASON CITY PATTERSONJAMES NEW CHAPEL 2nd and S Pennsylvania MasonCity Phone 1140 Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME The Home of Thoughtful Service 126 3rd St NE PhoncasOS MAJOR FUNERAL 511 209 2nd NE HOME Phone McAULEY SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral Service 8 S Adams Phone 651 CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME CLEAR LAKE Ambulance Service Day Phone8 Night Phone Cemeteries A3 WANTED Western Auto Associate Store Dealers FOR CITY AND OSAGE Western Auto Supply Company mer chandise source for more than 2800 Western Auto Associate Stores wants ambitious forwardlooking dealers for the above towns Retail our nationally advertised lines of auto supplies radios television bicycles appliances etc Approximate cash capital from to 520000 will handle Complete training in sales promotion and store operation pro vided See write orphone us today Western Auto SUPPLY COMPANY Dubuque Iowa Ph 37301 SALESLADIES FULL AND PART TIME Montgomery Help Mole FemciUr 23 Male Help Wonted 20 Z CHOICE Memorial Park Cemetery lots 504 6th SE Etc B3 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable since 1889 See our large display of fin ished monuments and all granites in cluding Montello Mark every grave We deliver 150 10th St SW Phone 393 A D S P H O N E Personals SECOND TO NONE theres only one Flna Foam for cleaning rugs and upholstery MEN WANTED IMMEDIATELY Men needed for employment in our poultry eviscerating department We also can use an experienced poultry buyer who can drive a truck Good wages paid vacations Apply in per son FAIRMONT FOOD CO Britt owa Western Union NEEDS YOUNG Women OUTOFTOWN Telegraph Jobs Interesting career good pay some typing ability necessary See interviewer here next wk For appointment See Mr Olson AT LOCAL MASON CITY Western Union Office ORPHONE 90 OR 91 LEAVING for LA Calif Oct 1st Rm for2 to help drive straight through Ph 4F31 Nora Springs Lost Found CATTLE strayedto James Bohnsen farm Pay for feed and ad SV4 mis W Rockford PUT In wrongcar by mistake Ladys coat and sweater at Mcln tosh Woods Labor Day Write Mrs Tom Lenz St Ansgar la LOST Hereford heifer 1 yr old Wheelerwood vicinity Ph 2B18 Man ly Clarence Crane Reverse chgs Ml City diamond set out of ring Reward Ph G42 Cl Lake Money to Loan 8 LOANS at Thrift Money In minutes Ph 2680 19W NFed over Wool worths MONEY TALKS We rriake a specialty of i solv ing personal finance problems to Loans SEE MRS SIMON 321 First Natl Bldg Ph 412 SECURITY LOAN CO YOU IMG MAN WANTED To do odd jobs in the local dis play advertising department Steady full time work Apply in person at Mason City GlobeGazette Salesmen 25 Attractive opportu nity for heating and plumbing lay out man Selling experience helpful Attractive commission and draw to the right party Housing available Write stating experience etc to Wa terloos leading heating and plumbing merchants Sid Smith and Company Waterloo Iowa Tire Mounter Experience Necessary Montgomery WardGrCo to State Finance Co 201 Weir Bldg Phone 1038 AUTO LOANS WE FINANCE NEW AND USED CARS When you buy your next car try the LOWRATE BANKLOANPLAN 1st National Bank CASH loans 120 to Household Finance Corporation iVi N Fed 2nd Floor Room 1 Ph 1101 SEE the United Home Bank i Trust Co for real estate mortgage loans 3 8 0 0 Need Cash SeeTom Mitchell NORTH IOWA FINANCE 2000 u9Vi No Fed Ph 3540 Mason Cityla MACHINISTS Openings for journeymen ma chinists not machine opera night shift at our Omaha plant and on day shift at OUTMead Nebraska opera tions Must be first class steady dependable men Omaha Steel Works 609 South 48th Street Omaha 6 Nebraska Offered 27 CUSTOM shelling Trucks furnished James Brown Ph 419J4 Mason City Picture Framing NEWEST MOLDINGS Shepherd PAINT WALLPAPER 27 2 1st SE Ph 1361 WALLPAPER hanging is our busi ness Phone after 6 pm ATTENTION students Special rental rates on typewriters Ph Seeds Feeds 17 FOR Rye cleaned and tested bu Hotter Seed Co Nora Springs i Goodyear Tire and Appliance Store Well located and established in a good Iowa Market Popular major appliance franchise availableThis is an excellent business opportunity priced right Limited capital needed Contact Goodyea r Tj re andvRubber Co 101 9th St Des Moines la Phone 47Z71 MEN WANTED OR PART TIME TO 6 WEEKS ONLY TO SELL CARLSON LIFETIME CORN CRIBS DIRECT TO FARMERS Cerro Gordo and surrounding counties Seed corn or other parttime salesmen especially desirable Excellent Commissions WRITE BOX B19 GLOBEGAZETTE SEWING and Ph SALES clerk Paid vacation group Insurance etc See Mr Clausen Cook Paint fc Varnish 118 s Fed Fcmole Help Wonred 21 big earning Season Is here for Avon Representatives We have an opening for you In your commanUy No obrXgatfcMM to Write Mrs EnrlnPO Box 1116 Mt son City DlshwMher Black and White Co good WANTED YQUtMg LADY Singleor Married For SECRETARIAL POSITION Willing to take responsibUity 5 day week Mason City bust ness district Permanent posi lion W r i t e applications in longhand g iy i n g ialldetails about r experience and educa tion Smoker or drinker need not apply Write Box G15 GlobeGazette 711 FULLER BRUSH Products Floyd Fousek Phone 62HR and rubbish hauling Reasonable Ph 34J1J or 3121W CHIMNEYS Relined and Rebuilt Galv rUum Asbestos and Vitro lene liners LARSON FURNACE CO 1454 N Fed Ph 1622 FOR PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE on all makes of appliances PHONE 860 Montgomery Ward AND CO MIRRORS resUvered Mackets 417 2nd St NW Ph 781 Ash Rubbish Light Hauling Quick service Reasonable rates Ph 3265LR or 6026T ASH rubbish and light hauling Rea sonable Ph 3125R MARRIEDMAN wants Job on farm with any type of II Jurn rele Box A1B OlobeCaiette SEWING mochine repoir ing and makes parts and supplies Mason City Appliance Store 21 S Fed Ph 1103 Complete Butchering AND Processing Service for Home Lockers FREEZER SUPPLIES Watkins Lockers Lockers For Rent SFed Phone   

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