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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1946, Mason City, Iowa 10 Sept 14 City GIobeGuelte Mason City la MRS ERMA LUSE DIES SUDDENLY Funeral Rites to Be on Tuesday Afternoon Mrs Erma Mae Cole Luse 60 of 1604 N Federal died suddenly while enroute to a local hospital about p m Friday She had been a resident of Mason City for 25 years Mrs Luse was born Feb 24 1886 at Arabia Ind She was mar ried to George E Luse in 1903 at Arabia and they established their residence at Matoon 111 Later they moved to South Dakota and finally moved to Mason City Surviving are 3 daughters Mrs Harley Haxton Rock Falls Mrs Jack Hansen and Mrs Harold J Klein Mason City 3 sons Cletus Luse Vancouver Wash and George Luse and Richard Luse Mason City and 20 grandchildren and 2 brothers Samuel P Cole man Mason City and Thomas Cole Independence Mo and a sister Mrs Ruby Martin Para dise Cal Mrs Luse was a member of the First Christian church and the Navy Mothers and was employed at the Ford Hopkins drug store Funeral services will be held at p m Tuesday at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home with the Rev George O Marsh officiating Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery The body will lie in state at the Mc Auley and Son funeral home til the time of services Seeks Home for Teachers and Families Another in a series of reports emphasizing the shortage of hous ing in Mason City was made Sat urday by W D Nettleton service officer for Sari JuanMarne post of the V F W who appealed to the Mason City high school Par entTeachers association to help find living quarters for 2 navy veterans who are teaching here A recent appeal through the GlobeGazette for quarters for Mr and Mrs F W Powers and daughter resulted in considerable favorable comment according to Nettleton but so far as he knows no home has yet been provided for the family Saturday he appealed for as sistance for another navy veteran Tames Francis Kee high school in structor who has one room to live in here while his wife and 6 months old daughter live in Ce dar Rapids Can any T A expect an instructor to do his best under such renditions askedthe serv ice officer jHe suggested that a housetohouse survey be made of the large homes in Mason City occupied by only 1 or 2 persons to see if they could not provide an apartment Of course somebody might be slightly discommoded admitted Nettleton but so has Mr and for a long time One encouraging report was received Saturday It came from the sheriffs office which has found a home for the David Sharp family The Sharps with 5 chil dren and a 79year old grand father were evicted from a rural home Thursday afternoon MASON CITYAN MEMBER OF ALL AIR FORCES BASE BALL CHAMPS Mickey J W MacDonald former basket ball coach of the Holy Family school in Mason City is a mem ber of the champion baseball team of all air forces in the Pacific The honor was ac corded the Hickam Bombers of Hickam field Hawaii on Sept 4 after they took 4 straight games in the AAF Pacific base ball tournament in Tokyo Mac Donald a 1st lieutenant in the AAF has been stationed in Ha waii the last several months Copley to Get Award for 3 Trees A R Copley fanner on high way 18 midway between Mason City and Clear Lake was awarded for 3 boxelder trees cut down last Nov 27 by the Peoples Gas and Electric company because they interfered with the power lines along the highway in front of the Copley farm The award was made by a dis trict court jury after a 2 day trial and represents the difference in the fair and reasonable market TO RECRUIT NAVY RESERVE HERE To Sign Up Standby Unit Friday and Saturday A concerted 2day recruitment of former enlisted men in the U S naval reserve was announced Saturday by H C Pendergraft Mason City school supervisor a former navy lieutenant who has been placed in charge of the re cruiting Tentatively set for next Friday and Saturday the recruiting pro gram involves only an inactive standby reserve unit in Mason City Pendergraft said with a possibility that work on certain ratings may be taken up at a later date He emphasized that enlistment in the standby reserve in no way affects a mans status with regard to possible call in the event of an emergency He listed the following advantages 1 You are not required to re port to your draft board as long as you remain in a reserve status 2 You keep your highest war time rank or rating and have a chance for advancement 3 Service in the reserve adds up for longevity purposes thesame as active duty in the navy 4 In the event of possible re turn to active duty membership would pay off in dollars and cents 5 Wo physical examination is required for enrollment 6 You may request an annual 14day cruise 7 You still rate all G I rights and benefits The recruiting includes only former enlisted men since former officers already are members of the reserve he said Wilson Hits Labor Moves by President By JOHN ZXIG Des Molnes IDPA United States Senator George A Wilson declared Saturday that the cur rent industrylabor warfare car ries the seeds of an attack on the American social order The direction of the Truman administration he said is toward nationalization of industry Wilson said he is not certain but that the United States is moving in that direction more rapidly than England which has a gov ernment pledged to nationaliza tion In an exclusive interview the Iowa senator mentioned these as major contributing factors 1 A dlspositiontoset wages on an arbitrary basis without regard to labors rate of production 2 An attack by some labor leaders and the government on the principles of collective bar gaining Key to the governments indus trylabor policy Wilson said is found in the coal mine dispute The government took over the mines from the operators last spring he said paying labor an increase of 18i cents an hour without raising the price of coal a comparable amount If labor could have increased its rate of production per manhour Wilson said the wage increase would have been justified In other words he said suppose a miner is producing 100 units of coal an hour and getting paid an hour If the miner can step up production to units an hour he is entitled to an hour pay and the price of coal can stay unchanged But the governments increase was arbitrary Wilson said Pro duction was not changed and wages were pushed up while prices were increased only slight ly As a result some coal mines in Iowa still remain under govern ment control the senator said Mine owners have refused to take them back from the government on the governments terms Collective bargaining died with that arbitrary decision Senator Wilson said SALVATION ARMY Gen Albert W T Orsborn re cently elected as the sixth inter national leader of the world forces of the Salvation Army who will come to the United States in late September for a nationwide tour Cities to be visited by him include New York Chicago Atlanta San Francisco Washington Phila delphia St Louis Detroit Los Angeles Oakland Long Beach Houston Atlanta and Miami Gen Orsborn also will make a brief tour of Canada be fore speeding on to the West In dies South America and Mexico The general who leads Salvation Army forces in 97 countries all over the globe will cover more than 20000 miles by plane and train before returning to Lon don shortly before Christmas value of the farm before after the trees were cut and Members of the jury were Anita Phillips F J Ryan Fred J Mil ler Ethel Eliason all of Mason City Joe Grady Fred W Peter sen Eli Mack Silas Fatland and H E Sawyer all of Clear Lake George Benz Nora Springs Irene Zeidler Rockwell and William Oxley Ventura Edwin S Zimmerman Services Conducted Funeral services for Edwin S Zimmerman 76 formerly of Mar cus Iowa who died at the I O O F hospital at p m Friday following a lingering illness were held at the chapel in the home Saturday afternoon with the Rev F W Wendland pastor of the Grace Evangelical church officiat ing Mr Zimmerman had been a resident at the home for the past 6 years He was born April 1 1870 at Northfield Minn and came to Iowa with his parents while he was still small They settled near Marcus He was a member of the Marcus lodge No the Rebekah lodge No 359 and 467 Surviving are his sisters Mrs Tom McDonald and Mrs Charles Warner Montrose Iowa Mrs Flora Henison Bonilla S Dak Mrs Maude McClean Sealbeach Cal and Mrs Laura White and Mrs Florence Cross Sioux Falls S Dak Burial will be at Montrose S Dak The McAuley and funeral home in charge Son All Out for Mens Chorus Monday Eve All out for the biggest and best Chamber of Commerce mens chorus in the history of Mason City Thats the high note of the chorus executive committee as expressed in a meeting this week with the announcement that reg ular rehearsals will begin Monday at 8 p m in the Pine room of the Hotel Hanford Indications are that many of the oldtimers will be back according to President Reuben Nyquist who reminds old and new members alike that singing in the chorus affords a lot of fun relaxation and top male vocal instruction Any man in Mason City who can sing and likes singing is in vited to be on hand for the in augural rehearsal of the fall sea son Monday evening at which time Director Stephen Hobson will conduct tryouts in striving for the best possible balance of parts There is a strong demand for bass and first tenor voices Weekly rehearsals will build up for heavy participation on the part of the chorus in the Chamber of Commerce annual Christmas party on Dec 16 as well for other projected occasions Here There Anna Peterson returned to Detroit Mich tore sume her work after spending the summer with home folks and Mrs Earl Ruka are spending a month in Long Beach Cal making the ac quaintance of their grandson son of Mr and Mrs Clive Ruka and Mrs Jene Kennedy accompanied Mr and Mrs F C Whitaker of Shell Rock oa a lOday vacation to Minnesota E Johnson is critically sick at a Boone hospital He went several weeks ago to at tend the wedding of a relative there and has since been in the hospital and Mrs L O Porter of Clear Lake are getting settled in the Beth Hart apartment over the Hugi grocery store Mr Porter is opening a barber shop in Plymouth and Mrs Roy Wagoner of Luverne Minn are spending a few days with their cousin Mrs Dan Miller Alta Joseph Berckes left Thursday night for S 3Su j St Louis Mo after spending part of his vacation with Mr and Mrs J W Weber and family Wi ley Ball Alvin Hewitt Alton Snider Walter Thorne and Paul Morf were at Sumner Thursday afternoon to attend a tea spon NEWS of RECORD Births Reported At Mercy to Mr and Mrs Paul Freeman 109 16th N 3Tri day Son to Mr and Mrs Clarence J Wil liams 2065 N Carolina Friday Twins a son and daughter to Mr and Mrs Victor Polansky 325 14th S E Fri day At Park to Mr anc Mrs Wilbur Hill Plymouth Friday Police Court QThompson 121 4th S W and Robert Coleman Zearing were each fined and costs Floyd Best Rockwell forfeited a bond Traffic ViolationsJohn Moen 6 llth N E forfeited a bond for 3rd of fense at overtime parking Marriage Licenses Paul Richard Berry 20 Mason City and Wilma Jean Kankell 18 Clear Lake Ervin A Hansen 27 Nora Springs and Mary Bisgrove 20 Clear Lake Emmet E Kaul 31 Tony Wis and Merle Bartelsen 23 Bigfork Minn Alan M Dodge 21 Mason City and Naida N Lee 20 Clear Lake Divorces Filed Helen R Mullgaard against Martin Mullgaard on grounds of cruelty Married May 14 1939 at Ruthven Separated Sept 1 1946 Lloyd Gasteiger against Doris Gasteiger on grounds of cruelty Married June 8 1946 at Plymouth Separated July 27 1946 Kenneth M Hoffman against Corene V Hoffman on grounds of cruelty He asks custody of a minor child Married Oct 18 1942 at Mason City Separated June 29 1946 Elma Edwards Kensett against Silas Edwards on grounds of cruelty She asks monthly temporary and permanent alimony custody of 2 children and 9200 as suit money and attorney fees Married in Worth county Sept 14 1930 Separat Marcella 4Gundlaeh Gundlach on grounds against William of cruelty She Give Radio Talk on Eradication of Rats Additional facts on the rat menace and possible resultant epi demics were given on the KGLO Forum Friday evening by Charles OBrien city sanitary inspector and James Tallman of the Missis sippi Valley Pest Control service It was pointed out that rats are 3 to 4 times more numerous in rural districts OBrien said that the rat is a carrier of typhus fever and the bubonic plague multiply extreme ly often and are easily killed by poison since they do not vomit The public was urged to use gloves when handling these dead rodents because they carry a large amount of germs Tallman is in Mason City con ducting a rat eradication cam paign TO ISSUE BULLETIN Dougherty The Dougherty Community club is sponsoring a weekly bulletin which they hope will be used to an advantage to the citizens of this community sored by the Sumner unit of Amvet Auxiliary L Dana who has managed the service station for the Mid Continent Petroleum company for the past 14 years has resigned due to poor health Nora and Mrs Cliff Moody left for Lake Kabeto gama near Ray Minn on the Ca nadian line for a 2 weeks fishing trip They took Mrs Melodys mother Mrs Ferdie Miller back to her home at Fairmont Minn on their way north and Mrs Glen Anderson and daughter of Clin ton and mother Mrs Charlie An derson of St Ansgar called on relatives and friends here this week Warman re cently received his discharge from marine service and returned for a visit with his parents Mr and Mrs E L Warman and Mrs Ed Eick hoff of Elgin 111 are guests in the homes of relatives the Diegers and Russell Bells to Mr and Mrs George Pitkin at the Garner nurs ing home Wednesday a son their first born Postmaster Elsie Pringle is grandmother for the first time by this event Ann Olson daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Olson is at home on an 11day vacation from her duties as junior student nurse at the Iowa Metho dist hospital Des Moines community a ca pella choir of Waterloo will give a sacred concert Sunday evening at the Salem Evangelical church Kate Jones of Joliet 111 is spending a few weeHg in the home of her sister Mrs Sara Izzard and family R J Arm strong who has been in Green ville 111 visiting her daughters students in the Greenville college of the Free Methodist church has returned to her home asks permission to resume her maiden name of Marcella Henely Married at Vinton Nov 2 1943 following a previous marriage A child has been adopted by its grandparents The best known Delhi is in India but there are others in Cali fornia Colorado Illinois Iowa Louisiana Minnesota New York and Oklahoma Divorces Granted Lloyd Gasteiger divorced from Doris Gasteiger on grounds of cruelty She is given permission to resume her former name of Boris Ekis No alimony is to be paid Helen R Mullgaard divorced from Mar tin Mullgaard on grounds of cruelty He retains title to the homestead at 716 4th S W but she is given right to occupy the home as long as she desires He is given title to a car and is to pay weekly for support of her and 2 children as long as they live in the house or weekly if they move to other quarters Marcella Gundlach divorced frpm Wil liam Gundlach on grounds of cruelty She is given permission to resume her maiden liame of Marcella Henely Realty Transfers Schreiber Emma to Jacob J Kubish Jr Marguerite jt ten SI WD L6 Blk 11 East Park PI Add MC 9II46 Kubish Jacob Jr Marguerite to Emma Schreiber SI WD L6 Blfc 11 East Park PL Add to MC 91046 Kuhlmeier Earl to Myrtle Kuhlmeier SI WD W4 ol tract 6 Pine Hill Acres MC 91346 ODonrjell James A Nellie to Francis Betty D Angell it ten 51 WD L405 Midland Hsts Add to MC 83045 Moen T Reuber Viola M to Leland J Johannessen Irene E jt ten WD N 50 ft of L13 Blk 17 College Add 91046 Chappell E E Idonia B to Sena Long WD part of ol Blk 4 in Geo Carltons Subd of LI in Subd of S4 SWA NW in 189618 9746 OConnor Mildred E Admin to James E OConnor PQD LI Blk 9 College Add to MC 8346 OConnor Mildred E to Wm Romsl fanger S1900 WD Undiv int in LI Blk 9 College Add MC 8346 Cook Walter Edith to A T Alma Ambroson QCD LI Blk 4 Parkers 4th Add MC 83146 Ambroson A T Alma to Carroll Ambroson SI WD LI Blk 4 in Parkers 4th Add to MC 91346 Salvage Calendar bundles securely loose papers in bags or boxes Hold for next collection by Boy Scouts WASTE to your local market Market pays 4 cents a pound Ration Calendar stamp 51 now valid for 5 pounds of sugar through Dec 31 Spare stamp 49 good for 5 pounds will expire Sept 30 Spare stamp No 9 good for 5 pounds canning sugar expires Oct 31 Spare stamp 10 good for 5 pounds can ning sugar expires Oct 31 AU stamps listed are contained in war ration book No 4 and the new sugar ra tion book Office hours for price control board 17 room 16 Federal building 8 a m to 12 noon 1 p m to 5 p m Monday through Friday Closed Saturday Office hours for defense rental area room IP Federal building 30 a m to 12 noon 3 p m to 3 p m Monday through Friday ClhsM Rafurrtv Paint Steel Shortages Hit Iowa Car License Plates Manufacture Des Mpines officials are running into shortages of stee and paint in the preparation of th 1947 Iowa automobile licens plates state safety commissione Fred Wilkins said Saturday but h expressed confidence the plate will be ready for distribution in a counties Dec 1 the usual date The state reformatory at Ana mosa has practically completed th plates for 70 counties but the 2 remaining include some th more populous such as Polk Iowa automobiles will carry both front and rear license plate next year for the first time sine wartime shortages of steel forced the elimination of the front plates Wilkins said the department alsc has encountered difficulties in ob taining new steering post certifi cate holders andso far has been unable to obtain bids on them More than one million were pur chased last year This is not vital however hi pointed out since most motorists ould use the old holders to dis play their certificates if it be comes necessary Drops Bank Book 155 Gone With the Wind Peoria ni Dwyers 5155 apparently is gone with the wind Dwyer had in his bank book which fell out of his pocket A gust of wind sent bills fluttering along the street Three boys scooped up and returned it to Dwyer But he nev er found the rest of the LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE To Hanford MaeNider Margaret Mac Nidcr and to all whom It may concern You and each of you are hereby noti ied that the Commissioner appointed to nvestigate the feasibility of vacating the ollowing designated and1 described Bounty Road in Cerro Gordo County owa to wit All that of County Bead No 12 full width Cerro Gordo County commenclnr the Northwest corner of the SW of the of Sec tion T Township 96 North Range 10 West of the 5th P M and running thence North to and terminating at the South line of State Primary toad No 18 as It now exists nd which road petitioned to be vacated through or abuts land owned by Hanford MacNider and Margaret Mac tfider has reported in favor of the vaca on of said road You and each of you are further notl led that all objections to the vacation f the said described road or claims for atnages must be filed in the office of Jie County Auditor of Cerro Gordo County Iowa on or before noon of the 8th day of October 1946 or the said escribed road will be vacated without eference thereto Dated at Mason City Iowa this 31st ay of August 1946 ARTHUR HARRIS County Auditor Cerro Gordo County Iowa NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTBATOR TATE OF Cerro Gordo County ss No 65S6 Notice is hereby given that the under igued has been duly appointed and ualified as Administrator of the estate f Victor Zimmerman Deceased late of erro Gordo County All persons indebted o said estate are requested to make im icdiate payment and those having laims against the same will present them uly authenticated to the undersigned or allowance and file in the office of the lerk of the District Court LELAND L ZIMMERMAN Administrator 730 N Third Waterloo Iowa BRYANT Attorneys 3ated August 29th 1946 S H MacPEAK Clerk District Court By MARGARET RILEY Peputy PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING Public Notice is hereby given that meeting of the Board of Adjustment of the City of Mason City Iowa will be eld at the City Hall in Mason City owa at oclock p m on the 26th ay of September 1946 at which time and lace the following appeal from the rui ng of C W Hamblin Building Commis oner of Mason City Iowa will come n for hearing before the Board of Ad ustment of the City of Mason City Iowa pon application by Robert R Johnston o erect a combination garage and bulb ellar to the rear of the existing non onfonning greenhouse in a district zoned or one family use Property described as illows Lots 1 2 and of 3 Block 2 A T arkers Place 707 1st St S W Any person interested therein may ap ear at said time and place and file bjecttons thereto W L NICHOLS Chairman Board of Adjustment NOTJCE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TATE OP IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss No 6590 Notice is hereby given that the under gned has been duly appointed and ualified as Administrator of the estate f Margaret Elizabeth Olson Deceased te of Cerro Gordo County All persons idefated to said estate are requested to iake immediate payment and those hav ig claims against the same will present icm duly authenticated to the under gned for allowance and file in the of ce of the Clerk of the District Court ARTHUR HARRIS M C COUGHLON Attorney ated September 6 1946 S H MacPEAK Clerk District Court By ARLEEN B HARRIS Deputy Death Notices AMPBELL James V 60 died at a local hospital Thursday evening after lingering illness Funeral services will e held Monday at 9 a m at St Josephs itholic church The Rosary will be said the Meyer funeral home at 8 p m iturday by the Knights of Columbus unday at 4 p m by the St Josephs abernacle Society at 7 p m by the atholic Daughters of America and at 8 m the Parish Rosary will be said urial will be at St Josephs Catholic metery The Meyer funeral home in large USE Mrs Erma Mae Cole 60 of 1604 N Federal died suddenly at p Friday while enroutc to a hospital Tineral services will be held at p Tuesday at the chapel of the McAuley id Son funeral home with the Rev eorge O Marsh pastor of the First hristian church officiating Burial will e in Memorial Park cemetery The Me uley and Son funeral home in charge MMERMAN Edwin S 70 died at the I O O F hospital at p m Friday ter a lingering ilUiess Funeral rites ere held Saturday afternoon in the apel of the I O O F home with the ev F W Wendland pastor of the Grace vangelicsl church officiating Burial ill be at Montrose S Dak The McAuley d Son funeral home in charge Card of Thanks DESIRE to thank all the persons who remembered me by cards visits flow during my long illness Mrs C C Funeral Director PATTERSON Funeral Home Known fo service Ambulance 322 North Wash ington Call 1140 MEYER Funeral Home A beautifu service need not be costly Ambulanc service Phone 1505 MAJOR Funeral Home 209 Second N E Efficient Service plus Reverence Am bulance Phone 511 McAULEY SON Funeral Home distinctive dignified funeral service Ambulance 8 South Adams Call C51 Personals to California help d and share expense Maurice Goeders 510 5th S W rATRMOUNT Maternity Seclusion sani tarium for unmarried girls Low rates Working reduces expenses Confidential 1414 East 27th Kansas City Mo SPENCER GARMENTS no longer ra tioned for appointment phone 4401W Jena Thorndyke 1215 2nd S W Spencer Corsetiere Lost Found Unitas Swiss wrist watch metal band Ph 4S37J Reward billfold at Youth Center valuable papers Reward Return t GlobeGazette office fountain pen glasses in case between Monroe school and 2nd St S W Ph 3152 and white pup named Buck Phone 4213J Money to Loon SIGNATURE AUTO FURNITURE LOANS COMPLETE AND IMMEDIATE SERVICE FOR MEN AND WOMEN ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA UNITED Financial Service Family Finance Counsellors 5 North Federal Phone 57 Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store MASON CITY IOWA to 5300 State Finance Co 201 Weir bldg Phone 1038 SEE THE United Home Bank and Trust Co for your G I Loan NEED MONEY extra fast service phone or risit Household for a loan of or more on salary ar or furniture No endorsers re quired HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION 17 N Fed Ave Phone 541 F H A LOANS REPAIR IMPROVE MODERNIZE Protect the value of your home with a liberal low cost F H A loan CONVENIENT TERMS LOW RATES The First National Bank INVESTMENT DEPT BUY COAL NOW We will loan you the money you need ur loan plan makes money quickly vailable for all your fall needs PAYMENTS UP TO 18 MONTHS See Mrs Up to Security Loan Co Koom 321 First National Building Money in Minutes AND JUST BETWEEN US WHEN YOU BORROW or more from FEDERAL DISCOUNT CORP t is strictly a confidential matter Federal Discount Corp N Federal Phone 516 Over Woolworths W L Cameron Beauty Shops 12 WILLIAMSONS The Home Better Permanent Waves Complete beauty nd barber service Experienced and re able Ph 3742 9 Ninth St N E Business Opportunities 18 For SaleGrocery and Gasoline Super Service with cozy living quarters All modern Cash and terms VRITE K14 GLOBEGAZETTE MAN OR WOMAN o own and service route in your local territory NEW Ic PEANUT VENDING MACHINES Routes established Amazing profits cash required WRITE TO ROY G TWEED 20 Second Street Albert Lea Minn Help Wanted Male 20 iVantedRadio Service Repairman Apply Mier Wolf Sons roan single to work in clothing store Apply 115 S Fed to work on Clear Lake golf course Ph 12 or apply at Caddy ouse Clear Lake for soft drink bar No Sunday work Apply Covered Wagon Park Inn Hotel MECHANIC IN MASON CITY est of wages working conditions nd steady employment Only first ass mechanic need apply Appli ation strictly confidential W13 GLOBEGAZETTE veteran for onthe job training in wellestablished local credit business Business education and xpenence are necessary to qualify for his position Applicant must be wili ng to accept training from woman and Iso training from committee of local etail merchants Write letter of appli atlon stating qualifications experience nd references to H9 GlobeGazette Help Wonted Mate 20 SALESMAN WANTED WE ARE IN THE PRO CESS OF EXPANDING OUR BUSINESS AND WOULD LIKE TO CON TACT A PERSONABLE MAN To Sell ROCK WOOL INSULATION We have a choice terri tory open which we will assign to a competent man Must have a car and be willing to work This position assures the right man an excellent future Contact CRAIG BROS INSULATION CO MASON CITY IOWA man 16 yrs or over Apply In person One Minute Lunch 329 S Federal CLERK for CLOTHING STORE EXPERIENCED OR INEXPERIENCED Apply BOSTON CLOTHING STORE 123 S Federal or married man on farm sep house Francis Wreghitt IVa 1 of Creamery Clear Lake line operator for loading gravel Sylvan Oleson Construction Co For est City Iowa CONSTRUCTION MEN WANTED CARPENTER FOREMEN CONCRETE FINISHERS AIR HAMMER OPERATOR FORM BUILDERS CARPENTERS LABORERS SEE ERNIE ZERBLE At Willowbrook Project Across from V F W Highway 18 to build a good paying permanent business National rganization offers local territoryEx erience in maintenance materials de ired but not essential Commission and onus Write United Laboratories Inc Cleveland 12 Ohio for full details Help Wanted Female 21 aged woman for full time work Apply Mr Cast Cecil heater 6 days a week No Sundays CaU 20 or 4767W White llephant Cafe aged woman for res taurant work Apply in person One VTinute Lunch 329 S Federal for adults Phone 4855J housework EXTRA MONEY FOR YOU SELLING CHRISTMAS CARDS Take easy orders from friends for gor eous Candlelight 2lcard Christinas Assortment Sells fast at you make Oc cash profit Many other popular loneymaking Assortments Sensational ew idea Floral Notes with name im rinted boost earnings Get samples Gro an Co 30 East Adams Dept 352 Chi ago 3 StenoCashier with a large financial institution Good starting salary Excellent working conditions Opportunity for advancement FOR APPOINTMENT CALL MR TROTTER AT 1038 WANTED FULL TIME FOUNTAIN HELP Kresge Dollar Store nurse Call 17 day time 47 at night Harry W Chris an Grafton la Waitress Inn Tap Room Park dishwasher and as sistant cook Fredas Coffee Pot Ph 686 or 3835J nurse for small hos pital Write T14 GlobeGazette Full or part time hours and good wages i days a week Apply SODA GRILL for night cleaning Apply to Manager Hotel Eadmar r tress Apply In person Burger Inn 1417 S Federal WANTED Waitress Inn Hotel Park x p e r 1 enced stenographer Steady employment Phone 227 for ap ointment Fidelity Discount Company EXSCHOOL teacher wants steady work Write CI2 GlobeGatctte HAVE YOUR auto repair work done at 116 S Comm Ave Floyd Auto Repair Shop Apply Park n Hotel Help Wanted FemoU Zl Full time or part time permanent employment Hotel Eadmar WANTED Cleaning lady Singer Sewing Machine Co 123 No Federal Ph 1122 Help Wtd Mate Female 23 or female bookkeeper who is familiar with General garage bookkeeping system Good wages and located within 10 miles of Mason City Write letter of application stating qualifications experience and references to F9 GlobeGazette WANTED Bellboys and Elevator Operators Apply Hotel Hanford Salesmen 25 EXECUTIVE TYPE SALESMAN ADVERTISING Specially Manufacturer established 1883 AA1 rating with largest and most diversified leather plastic cal endar and novelty line In the business has vacancy for experienced salesman Qualifications Age 3545 at least eight years selling experience usable car abil ity to work steadily and use gence A man with these qualifications can make from to us in his first year and then have a good chance of joining our to men Write H Sump mann KempcrTnomas Co Cincinnati 12 Ohio Agents 26 AGENTS Wanted to sell pearls Simu lated direct Very good commission Astra Novelties 509 5th Ave N Y City Services Offered 27 MIRRORS RESILVEHED Factory process Guaranteed Mackets Ph 782 Spark Plugs Cleaned and adjusted 5c each LUDEMANS STANDARD SERVICE Service Unlimited 4th N Federal Ave Ph 679 HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE for experienced and economical local and long distance moving Office at 823 Fourth St S W v CALL 1070 SEWING classes in clothing and home decoration Singer Sewing Machine Co 123 No Fed Ph 1122 Washing and Polishing LUBRICATION RECHARGE Pritchard Super Service Phone 315 FALL SPECIAL RADIO REPAIRING CALL US NOW AND AVOID THE RUSH All Work Guaranteed Free pick up and delivery See Us First for New Radios ESCHERICH RADIO 14 1st S E Phone 475 MOTOR TUNEUP General Repairing and Overhauling ALL MAKES OF CARS WORK DONE BY TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED MECHANICS We have the latest modern testing equipment Work Guaranteed No waiting We Also Charge Batteries OPEN 8 A M TO 6 P M DULING GARAGE 416 N FEDERAL AVE Blocks North Hanford Hotel Entrance in Alley PHONE 1339 BROKEN WINDOWS REPAIRED All types of glass caulking com pound putty and caulking guns COOKS PAINT CO 118 South Federal FARM TILING We have two large machines First class work guaranteed One machine can be een working 4 miles west Dougherty Come and see us next week if you want our tile put in WH1TSON SKILLEN Phone 150J Greene Iowa and ash haulino Ph ItoSJ mornings or evenings VE MAKE photostatlc copies of iis charges One day service Lock stu dios 26 2nd St N E Phone 558 WASHER REPAIRING and rcfinishine AllAppliance Repair Shop ;