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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 • 1937 NINETEEN If the "Hafta Move Again" Bogey Man Is After You—Buy a Home Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 Business Services DURING 1937 — MAKE AND SAVE MONEY BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS To know how inexpensive they are just glance over the rates quoted below— Five Average Words to Eacli Line—Minimum Ad Two Lines FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Nail. Bank Building. Phone 516. Rooms for Rent 21 GLASSES—We use the best quality at a price you can afford to pay Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. "EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Male 12 MAN TO DISTRIBUTE famous KKK products. Standard for 37 yea-.'. Premiums—free goods. No investment except car. C. E. ALLING, Sales Mgr., Keokuk, Iowa. Help Wanted, Female 10 LA SALL.E HOTEL —224 U S, Federal. Under new management. A clean, respectable place to slay. Both sleeping and furnished housekeeping rooms at reasonable prices. FOR RENT — 2 rms., lights and water, S8 per mo. 153 11 St, S. W. FOR RENT—Slpg. rm. 128 3 N. W. FOR RENT—Room. Mrs. Orren Porter, Clear Lake. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT—2 rm. apt. and slpg. room. 306 W. State. WANTED—Middle aged lady h.vjoCwork. Ph. 2754. FOR RENT—Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. apt. Heat and water furn. 2414. Saleswork for Men 1 3 j _Jl j i FOR RENT — Newiy dec. 3 rm. apt., S15. Ph. SG7. Siz* of-Ad 2 Lines , 3 Lines 4 Lines . 5 Lines . 6 Lines . 7 Lines . 8 Lines 9 Lines One Day .S .30 45 . .6i) .75 . .90 . 1.05 . . 1.20 . 1.35 Three Days S .70 1.05 1.40 1.75 2.10 2.43 2.80 i>.15 Seven Days $1.30 1.95 2.60 3.25 3.90 4.55 5.20 5.85 MSN WANTED — For Rawlcigh Routes of 800 families in East Flovd county and Clear Lake. Reliable hustler should start earning S25 weekly and increase rapidly. \\'n''> today. Rawieigh's, Dept. IA.A-380-S. "Freeport. 111. WANTED SALESMAN ! Acquainted with farm trade in I vicinity of Mason City to handle | territory for established feed busi- I ness State previous experience. i Write ! R-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE PRICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Work Wanted, Women 15 WANTED—Position or work by •npable mature business woman. 9 6. Jackson avenue. i FOR RENT—3 rm. furnished apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT—$16. 6 rm. part mod. house, furnace; S35, 5 rm. mod. bungalow, O, K. all ways: §40, 6 rm. mod. duplex, automatic hot water. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT—6 rm. mod. house, 627 N. Fed. Ph. 3114. Briar and Geer. _ FOR RENT—5 rm. house. 716 S. Pennsylvania Ave. FOR RENT—Mod. 4 rm. house, 315 27th S. W. Ph. 3954J. Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE—Flexible Flyer sled and 6 ft. North'land skis. Half price. 212 S. La. Ph. 1624. FOR SALE—Large feed cooker, kettle type, reasonable. Sylvan Johnson, Clear Lake, R. !• Automobiles for Sale 42 Swap Service 32 SWAP—Banjo-uke and pistol for good indoor pool table. Write TT-15, Globe-Gazette. SWAP—Pedigreed male puppy for stamp collection I can use. Write MM-15, Globe-Gazette. SWAP—Mare colt coming 3 for bred ewes. Write ZZ-13, Globe- Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Re- Dlies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regulat,rates will be charged. SWAP—5 yr. old Guernsey milk cow for good ewes. Write 0012, Globe-Gazette. SWAP—Equity in modern house in Mason City for Mo. land. Write ZZ-12, Globe-Gazette. OLDSMOBILE CHEVROLET Sedan '28—this is not an average '28 but is an exceptionally clean little car. New number, alcohol, etc. Priced below the market too. EORD 1935 Sedan. This car is just like new every way. Has original desert sand finish, original tires, in fact just as clean as a pin. DODGE 1934 Sedan. Original finish, tires etc. A car you should see before you spend your money. Worth more than our price would indicate, $435. CHEVROLET 1935 Sedan with trunk, black color, H. W, healer, motor excellent. priced worth the money too. Zenor Motor Co. 118 SOUTH DELAWARE AVENUE Automobiles for Sale 42 Lodges »nd Societies * Card of Thank*. 2A Dtith Notices 2 Funeral Dlrcc- In MemorUm " A Cemeteries } Florists •: Lost and Found ; Personals ' Beauty Shopi 3 Business Services B Help Wanted. Female Salcswork tor Women Help Wanted. Male Silesworlt lor Men Help Wanted, Male or Female Agents Wanted Work Wanted, Women Work Wanted. Men 16 Instruction I 7 Business Opportunities 10 11 12 13 1.1A 15 13 Money to Loan 19 Wanted to Borrow 30 Rooms for Rent -• Apartraen':- -Or Rent 22 Houses tar Rent 33 Cottages lor Bent 23.^ Business Places for Rent 2* ;a>*B'-'5 for Rent a i-arni:., Ac'c- ac.cs for Kent ^JA Wanted to Rent -5B Houses and Lots (or Sale 2b Business Property. S.,!e 21 Rc;ii Estate for Sa!e. Exch. :3 l;eal Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loan;: : '° farms Cor Sale or Exch/ 30A Mjsctllaneous for S?lc -11 Swap Service 52 Home Furr.ior-- mgs J 3 Musical liiitru- rnciT-5 "•* Radios and Service 3S Business Good Things 10 Eat Wan', 10 Buy Do£s. Birds. Otncr Pels Livestock and Equipment Poultry and Supplies Automobiles (or Sale WANTED—Family washings. Ph. 2813W: 521 N. Harrison, Parker 6th addition. WOULD 1.1KE to care for apts. fi r working people. Ph. 1876J. ~~ Work Wanted, Men Ij5 WANTED—Work on farm by exp. married man with small family. Kef. Write N-14. Globe-Gazette. FINANCIAL FOR RENT — 5 rm. bungalow, furn. or unfurn. Gas heat. Ph. 3124. FOR RENT—Jan. 15 mod. duplex. 121 N. Ga.. S30. Ph. 2113J. ! FOR RENT—4 rm. house. Call at 215 15th St. N. E. Home Furnishings 33 • FOR SALE—Antiques, hob nail, ruby glass, walnut bureau, bed, chair. 107 18th S. E, FOR SALE—Briggs and Stratton washer engine, A-l condition, SI 5. 1431 N. Hampshire Ave. ADVERTISE "LEADERS" ALL OF OUR CARS ARE PRICED BELOW THE PRESENT MARKET VALUE Look For Yourself Prices in plain sight on the windshield of each car. '31 Ford Town Sed SJS5 '30 Ford Tudor S145 '30 Ford Tudor. Trunk 5155 '30 Ford Tudor 30 Pont. 6-Wheel Sed. U. S. Junior Chamber FARMER'S SAVINGS BASK Statement of the condition of Farmer's Sax-ings Bank organized '.incier tji» Uws of Iowa, located at Rock Fs.lls. in the County of. Cerro Gordo, at the close ot business on the 31st day of Deccmoer. A. D. 1936. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Secuntit-'o * 9P.in2-G4 Banking House »2,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures I.OOO.OO 4...00.00 Other real estate owned iSS'St Due from banks and bankers, ca^h and cash items 34.536.** Other assets «,•,, Si'Tr Total Resources J131.4J4.IO LIABILITIES Capital Stock—Common 510,000.00 Total S 10,000.00 Surplus fund 2.500.00 Undivided profits (after deducting expenses 352.SO Individual deposits subject to check 68,694,64 Savings deposits U'H?'!!i Time certificates of deposit 38.-4v.oi Total Liabilities • • STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. We. Val Bliem. President; Erne:', Stebens. Vice-President. and R. V. Wilkinson, Cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement *s full true and correct, to the best of our knowlcdce and belief. VAL BLIEM. President ERNEST STEBENS. Vice-President R. V. WILKINSON, Cashier (CORPORATE SEALI . Sworn to before ine and subscribed i" my p'-iv-encc b.v Val Blicm, Enirn Stebens and R. V, Wilkinson, this l:!fr. rtsy "f January, 1937. ATTESTED BY R. H. HANSEN L. C. BLIEM, Directors. ;Not;,i-\ Public in 5 12.500.00 832.80 118,051.30 5131,434.10 ud i'or Cerrn Gordo Countv. i NOTARIAL SEAL' Former Minister Is Busy Head in Outstanding Fighting Labor s B a t tl e s V A/T _C M_U-,« O O Young Men of Nation ST. LOUIS, Mo.—Walter E. Holman, president of the United , States Junior Chamber of Comi merce has been selected as one of I the country's 12 outstanding young | ' men by "America's Young Men," a i magazine published in Los An- j geles, Cal. I Announcement of Holman's selection for this distinguished honor was made by Durward Howes, editor of "America's Young Men," which annually picks the coun- FOR SALE — Several bargains in | '30 Plymouth Sed. rebuilt Maytag washers. Elec- '30 Studebaker Sed. trie and engine Maytag. Save $40. 1 '30 Packard Sod. 5150 S150 $125 S1S5 We take Rockwell and Thornton Business Places for Rent 24 Creamery certificates, Cerro Gor- Money to Loan 19 4-. :r i TO 4'-.<••;, FARM 5 r ; CITY MONEY •oi- refinancing, building. buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON FOR RENT—For moderate priced offices see J. B. Youngblood. FOR RENT—Barber shop. Everything furnished. Ph. 318. Wanted to Rent B25 WANT TO RENT SO to 160 acre farm. Stock and equipment clear. Write X-12, Globe-Gazette. do Maytag Co. 22 2nd N. E. '31 Willys Sedan S 65 Martin International Presi-* dent of United Auto Workers. KANSAS CITY, Mo.. (UP)— Four years ago Homer S. Martin was Baptist minister here. Friends predicted a successful future for him as a clergyman. He was young, enthusiastic, personable. Because he was the national hop- step-and-jump champion, they j called him "The Leaping Parson." try's 12 outstanding young men at i Today he has jumped into the " -* '30 Ford Coupe S155 Musical Instruments 34 REAL ESTATE Tirc*. SI:A. <•• Wanted. Automobiles <* ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices 21 CRIDER, Alfred L., 64, died suddenly from heart disease about 5 o'clock Monday afternoon while enroute to a hospital at Spencer. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral home Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge of services. Burial will be | at Elmwood cemetery. The Me- i Auley funeral home in charge, j ^___^^—^^ ' HERRMAN, Fred, Tl, died at his i home, 128 First street south-1 west, about 1 o'clock Wednesday | morning fcUowing an illness of i several months. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. The McAuley funeral home ui charge. CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED i/ 2 If your tar payments are too high, in many instances we can refinance your contract and reduce your payments as much as one- half. Additional money can be obtained il' needed. We offer many plans including a special plan for f.-rmcrs. Sec us today. 'Home Loan & Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Uldg. Money to Loan 19 Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money \~ needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate your obligations into one account with one small payment monthly. United Financial Service Houses, Lots for Sale 26 FOR SALE — By owner, 6 rm. bungalow. 904 N. Taylor. Ph. 2969W. FOR RENT OR SALE—8 rm. hse.. 322 12 N. W. Inq. 1st door west. Business Property, Sale 27 FOR SALE — Two oil stations, 1 in city, one in town 1.200 population. Manloy's. FOR SALE—Grocery and meat market, grossing $50,000. Central Iowa. Write A-13 Globe-Gazette. Real Estate Wanted 29 LIST YOUR HOUSE with us. We have cash buyers for two medium sized Mason City houses. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134. Real Estate Loans 30 Ph. 1414 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms . 4M;%-5% Mason City Real Estate 4Vz%-5% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 LOANS , Funeral Directors 3 McAULEY Funeral Home—Complete service day and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home—Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home—A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Cemeteries 4 MEMORIAL PAKK—"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. 1. O. F. Bldg. 172. lo37J Florists 5 ARE" YOU~WONDERING how lo send congratulations? Say it with flowers from Kemblc's Greenhouse. Ph. 55. UP TO 5300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa. Intercr.t charged only on the unpaid b? lance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City. Iowa Personal Loans On signature only to salaried people. Easiest and most convenient method of borrowing. Immediate service. SECURITY LOAN CO. 32J 1st Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Ph. 412 Lost and Found LOST — Eastman koc^k, A 120 folding camera, in I;!msor City, probably at Palace theater or in cab on way to Rock I. station. S5 reward. Finder call W. H. Copeland, Clear Lake, la., R. 1. 16F3. Personals 7 "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP"! the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston. 107 1st St S. E. Ph. 162. FREE!—If excess acid causes you Stomach Ulcers. Gas Pains. Indigestion, Heartburn, set free sam- Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR I B_ V usin;i our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Homo Office: COIT v Soutli of New City Hail Phone 670 Midland Investment Co. Ready Money Few people have relatives or friends who can conveniently lend them up to S300 on short notice and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we are prepared to make a loan any day, and to allow ample time for repayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. 19'/:> N. Fed. Ph. 578 Farms for Sale, Exch. 30A FOR SALE OR TRADE—10 A. tract irrigated land, Rio Grande valley, Texas, near Brownsville and Harlingen, Texas. Clear of in- cumb. What have you? Write Frank Benson, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE—"Howard" piano. 115 N. Georgia. Good Things to Eat 37 APPLES Winesap apples, fine quality, per bu. S1.66: 6 Ibs. 25c Oranges, doz. 15c Cabbage, fresh load, solid heads, 8 Ibs. 25c Onions, 50 Ib. bag 29c; 10 lb. bag lOc Rutabagas, 50 lb. bag 90c; 8 Ibs. 25c Turnips. 8 Ibs. 25c Potatoes, medium size, per bag S1.47; peck 24c Potatoes, large size, per bag S2.35: peck 39c EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1603 S. Federal Phone 11,38 '29 Olds Coach S145 '29 Ford Tudor S 95 '29 Ford Tudor S 75 '29 Ford Tudor S125 '29 Ford Sedan S 95 '29 Chev. Coach S 95 '31 Dodge Truck S120 '31 Chev. Truck - SloO '33 Ford Truck S295 '33 Ford Panel '31 Chev. "SeU Dcly We sold 56 used cars and trucks from Dec. 21st to Jan. 10th. Look Before You Buy! PRITCHARD the request of newspapers. The eleven other young men chosen by the magazine as America's outstanding men are: Carl D. Anderson, co-winner of the 1936 Nobel prize in physics: Donald W. Douglas, airplane manufacturer and outstanding contributor to aviation: Walter D. Edmonds, author of "Drums Along the Mohawk;" Paul G. Hoffman, automobile manufacturer and outstanding contributor to traffic safety; Rush D. Holt, United States sena- .,„ , tor from West Virginia and young- Si 25 ' est senator since Henry Clay; Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., United States senator from Massachusetts; Phillips H. Lord, for his assistance in the suppression of crime through his radio program "Gang Busters;"' Henry Morgenthau, Jr., one of the youngest secretaries of the treasury since Alexander Hamn T/-»T-'/-\r\ /--/MVyTri A M\7 the treasury since Alexander nam- MOTOR COMPANY nton; Glenn Morris, Olympic dec- r ^"^ — 41-!,,-, ,T.inv%Ab. 4-Kn nnf- t?t/^ «H 1 n ff YOUR FORD DEALER '•One Block of Service" athlon winner, the outstanding ! amateur athlete of the year; Rob! ert Taylor, outstanding motion pic- ~ , 1 ,- C TT ! Ci L J-dviul. UUL3tallulli£ Aiiw n vi* fi~ OnJPcnn. irom State to 1st S. E. | iure star and Irving Tn alberg, the Auto Parts, Tires, Serrices 43 j Producer (in memonam.) Wanted to Buy 38 FOR SALE—Four 5.25x18 casings and tubes for 55. Home Town, 422 N. Monroe. Lodge Notices WANTED—To buy used cash reg- | isters, typewriters, adding ma- j chines. Ph. 1033. | - OL'EFN RLBKKAH I.ODGK XO. 106 I. O. O. F- HALL -:3fl P. M. WANTED—Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph.'301. WANTED—Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. WANTED—To buy feeding lambs. Grimshaw, Clear Lake. Ph. 341. 1st anci 3rd Fri.. Program 3 30 p. m. MRS EARL LEAMAN. X. G. Plr. 3543 MRS. MAUDE MAXSON, Sec. Sec. Ph. 2096 MRS. R. E. KOLW1NSKA, Fin. Sec. Ph. LIVESTOCK ond PETS Dogs, Birds, Other Pets 39 FOR SALE — Wirehair terrier pups. 912 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3965 Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE OR RENT at a bargain, 10 acres land with fine improvements, known as Balmat property, 3 miles north Mason City on highway No. 65 and opposite Beet Sugar plant. Mrs. W. B. Pedelty, 306 3 N. E. FOR SALE—Northern Iowa and southern Minn., from 80 to 400 acres. Small down payment, 30 yrs. loan at low rate of interest. This is an opportunity to own your home at the very best possible terms. Poss. Mar. 1. O. B. Anderson. Forest City, Iowa. FARMERS ATTENTION! You can still buy and get possession March 1st of Federal Land Bank Farms in Cerro Gordo and adjoining counties. 20% • before possession. Bal. like rent. L. P. Struyk, representative, 706 N. Federal. Ph. 3080. FOR SALE—1 black mare 5 yrs. old. Ph. 184F32. F. H. Schulte, Manly. FOR SALE—Pure bred Belgian mare, 6 yrs. old, weight 1,700; also several other work horses and Farmall tractor. Allis-Chalmers Dealer. Ph. 58, Plymouth, la. FOR SALE—Pure bred Polled Hereford bulls, 3 mi. N. E. Mason City, John Hanson. Ph. 69J2, I AM Ready to buy Wiling horses again. Bring them in any day to Lund's sale barn, Mason City. A. G. Jordon. Poultry and Supplies 41 WANTED — Fine quality White Leghorn pullets. H. W, Adams. 112 N. Madison, Mason City, la. AUTOMOTIVE HARDING LODGE NO. ain A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 P. M. Installation of officers Friday evening at 7:30. Refreshments. L. RAYMOND, \V. M. Phone 582 C. HALPHIDE, Scc'y. Phone 249 BI'NEVOLENCE LODGE NO. 115 A. F. AND A. M. T:SII P. M- Slated communication First Thurtdav of each month. G L. WOOD. W. M. D. D. GILBERT, Sec'y. forefront of an industrial struggle that may affect American industry for generations. He is interna- | ^ ^^ ___ _ ^ _ _ _ tional president of the United | Ued _ He left here in 1935 and as _ Automobile Workers. In that posi- sumed a pos ition at international the Fisher Body and Chevrolet plants in the spring of 1934. When Martin quit the pulpit, he entered the Fisher Body plant as a worker on the assembly line. Early in 1934, he helped organize the United Automobile Workers Local No. 93, and was chosen the organization's first vice president. Refused Pastorate Offer. Martin and several other workers lost their jobs two months later. He refused the offer of another pastorate and became a central figure in strikes at the plant that spring. He devoted his full time to union work when the strike was set- tion, he sits at the right hand of John L. Lewis and helps direct far-flung efforts to sign collective bargaining contracts with the nation's motor car magnates. headquarters of the union in Chicago. He was elected international president at South Bend, Ind., last April. Martin w-as graduated from Wil- He quit the clergy because he | n ara Jewell college at Liberty, Mo. und it impossible to "fight the , jje was one of the outstanding track athletes the school has produced. He wishes he still had time to devote to track. "I'm too old to do any good,'' Martin said, "but it would be fun." found it impossible battle of labor as it should bs fought as a minister." Assistants, say his rise as a labor leader was achieved by tenacity and intelligence. He is 44 years old, a teetotaler, and on occasions since leaving the ministry has been' _ known to use vigorous language. , JV] onume nt LlCCted Scholarly in Appearance. ! ... He little resembles the carica- j tO Memory Ol Leg (UP)—In tured labor leader of other years, j He is mild mannered, scholarly. | iviENOMONEE. Automobiles for Sale 42 fOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 pie doclor's prescription, Udga, a!! FOR RENT—Warm slpg. rm., Michael, Ford-Hopkins and Wai- close in. Gentlemen preferred. green Drug Stores. 1909J. FOR SALE—124 acres imp. all plow land, poss. Mar. 1. Terms. A. R. Jorgenson, Clear Lake, la. FOR SALE—Well-improved 20 A. Possession Mar, 1. Terms. A. R. Jorgenson, Clear Lake, MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE—Alfalfa and clover hay and straw. Charles Zirbel, 3 mi. N., % mi. W. Clear Lake. FOR SALE—Bob sled. Ph. 149. FOR SALE—Snow suits, at special price of $2.98. Ladies' up to the minute wool dresses, values up to $3.98. while they last, $1.19. Children's rubbers, 25c; 4 buckle overshoes, 49c, South Side Exchange. 337 S. Federal. FOR SALE— l ] ,i ton Chev. truck, especially insulated panel body. Kenyon's, 24 1 S. E. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF Till. APPOINTMENT Ol- EXECUTRIX STATE Of IOWA. Cerro Gordo County. L s No- 4935 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undcrsiRJicd has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of Louis A, Goddard. Deceased, late ol Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment: and those havinc claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undcrstoicd for allowance, and file m lhe ot.'icc ot the Clerk of the District Court. NANA. T. GODDARD. Kxecutrix. .1. Frank Hayes, Attorney. Dated January 12th. 1937. S. H. MacPcnk, Clerk District Court. By—Margaret Riley, Deputy. WILLYS NOW ON DISPLAY—As' low as $535 delivered in Mason City. Also nice assortment of used cars. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 19 3RD N. E. TRUCKS 1836 Dodge Express. Nice. 1 Ton. 1935 Dodge 2 Ton L. W. B. Clean. 1934 Chev. S. W. B. duals. Dandy. 1932 Dodge 2 Ton. A 'real value. 1932 Ford 157" Panel. 4 cyl. Good LAPINER MOTOR CO. Reliable For Over 20 Years FOR SALE—Coat, black caracul, 20. Ph. 1321. CHEVROLET 1936 Chev. Standard Town Sedan 1932 Plymouth Coach 1935 Studebaker Coach 1934 Studebaker Sedan S & R CHEV. CO, Inc. "North Iowa's Largest Used Car I Dealer" I AUNT HET By Robert Quilien "I'm glad I ain't got a man's conscience. A woman feels remorse for a day or two, but after she decides it wasn't her fault" Holman, a resident of Portland, Ore., has been president of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce since last June. He is head of Holman and Lutz. Inc., funeral directors, Holman Building corporation, Empire Chemical company, and a president, vice president or director of four other corporations. Prior to his election to the presidency of the national junior chamber, he was chairman of the organization committee and first president of the Portland Junior Chamber, a director of the organization for two years, and president of the Oregon State Junior Chamber. Shaving Mugs From Bygone Day Proudly Shown by Bostoner BOSTON. (UP) — Among the gleaming chromium and sparkling crystal barber shops in this city today is one which is proudest, [ not of its modern equipment, but of its collection of individual shaving mugs, some of which have been used more than 50 years. When Sam DeFco's father-in- law opened a Friend street shop a half century ago, shaving mugs were commonplace. Today they are nearly extinct- Thirty years in business, DeFeo has about" 30 mugs in his cabinet. Thirteen are served for their owners, designated by a marking on the cup or by the owner's name painted on the edge of the shelf. DeFeo has the mug used in the first shave given in the shop by his father-in-law 50 years ago. Some cups are of glass, but most are of porcelain, with a baked enamel covering. They weigh sbout a half-pound and seldom break unless abused. They originally cost about S2.50 each. It is almost impossible to buy any now. for they began to oisappear frorr. barber shop cabinets about_ lo years ago. "Today most of those having cups do so for the fun of having their own. In the old days virtually every customer needed 3 shaving mug, for" we didn't have sterilizing equipment then and our hot water supply was limited," DeFeo explained. Fishmongers Offer Free Beer. SYDNEY, (UP)—Sydney's fishmongers are planning to retaliate against publicans here who are stimulating sales by giving away oysters, fish, and even turkey, to anyone buying a drink. The Master Fishmongers association proposes to offer free beer with meals in certain districts. Thief Is Considerate. CHEYENNE, Wyo., (UP)—This town has at least one considerate thief, according to Bill Bray, bartender, who found a note on the steering wheel of his car which advised him that the anti-frecze solution from his radiator and the sasolinc from the fuel tank had been drained. fluent. Long devoted to economics, he believes the "lot of the worker must and can be improved.'' It makes him angry when newspapers describe him as a radical. "I'm a progressive," he said. "There is a world of difference. This union is not trying to over- the weeds and thicket of an un- kept corner of St. Paul's cemetery nsar here lies a glistening white monument to the memory of a leg. The story of the tombstone and the leg "decently buried" there is told by John Loew, a retired farmer. throw the motor car companies. It ADOU t i860, when Loew was a is necessary that a strong union be | boy _ G eor g e Krauder, a neighbor, formed for the protection of the | . ;u £ Iei . e< } an all ki e injury. A malig- workers. We have no desire to j nant t umor developed, and Krau- hurt the companies, because it is der was j ol . cet j to have the leg am- where the workers make their liv- pu ^ ated ing. We believe, however, higher ! Krauder gave his dismembered standards for the workers are im- • ]eg s fitting burial and marked perative." _ ; the grave with a marble slab 18 T-Tn ooirl 1-iic? fii'cf vf»aliyaltrin nf i_ _ i i-i : u..., ;«-,^—;l,^J "T *\rr He said his first realization of . the "terrible conditions'' confront- I Q corge Krauder. by 10 inches inscribed — "Leg— ing many workers came when ho ] years i a tei- Krauder died, " served five years as a missionary | Loew sa "id, but there is no stone 'n ' the West Bottoms industrial | lhe cerne tery marking his burial district of Kansas, p j 0 t. New Ideals Formed. i '•I took my labor doctrines, to the church," he said, "I even had labor organizers talk in the church. I learned I could not successfully wage the fight for labor —giving it adequate energy— while a minister." When more than 500 workmen at the Fisher body plant of he Chevrolet Motor company participated in a strike at Kansas City recently, they almost daily hesrd Martin's voice over telephone loud-speaker arrangement from j Detroit, urging them to centime j the strike. ! Most of the men remembered j him as a leader of their strike at' See the popular Gehl Feed Mills now on display. 722 SOUTH FEDERAL Important Announcement We wish to announce at this time that we arc forced to make some changes in our sale day.? due to such larsre runs of all kinds of livestock. Until further notice we will hold three sales each week as follows: SATURDAY—As usual our regular cattle, hog and sheep sale the same as always. TUESDAY—A strictly Horse and Mule Auction. Nothing 1 but horses and mules will be sold Tuesday. WEDNESDAY—Each week a general livestock sale to take care of the cattle, hogs and sheep we have been selling on Tuesday. Remember Wednesday ami Saturday, cattle, hoes and sheep. Tuesday nothing but horses and mules. Livestock Auction, Sat., Jan. 16 We will have a big run of all kinds of livestock as follows: 400 to 500 CATTLE, all kinds. Included in the run will be a big lot of fat cattle, some long fed dry lot steers. Also a nice run of rcarlins stockcrs, fat cows, fat heifers and odd cattle. We will have a few feeder pigs and some pood bred cwcs. Can sell all the stock you consign for this sale. All livestock markets are strong. Tuesday, Jon. 19-Horse and Mule Auction On Tuesday from now on, remember we will sell nothing but horses and mules. We have been crowded so bad for room the last three weeks we are forced to limit our Tuesday sale to horses and mules only. We received 103 horses and mules in our last auction. Buyers were h.i-re from Wisconsin and Michigan in addition to a good lot of ifowa buyers. The farm demand was good. We will have 150 head of horses next Tuesday and will have buyers for all the good horses you care to consign. Killer top S10. Livestock Auction Every Wednesday We will hold a regular livestock sale every Wednesday from now on. We will have 350 to 400 cattle here every Wednesday. We will have the regular run of cattle and bogs we have been getting in our Tuesday sile. Will have all our regular buyers here Wednesday that we have been having Tuesday. Remember 3 sales «ach week. Tuesday horse day, Wednesday and Salurdaj cattle, hogs and sheep. .Plan to attend these 3 sales each week. MARVE1 SALES CO., Webster City, Iowa

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