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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 M 1937 THIRTEEN If the "Hafta Move Again" Bogey Man Is After You—Buy a Home Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 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 Each Line—Minimum Ad Two Lines Size of-Ad One Day Three Seven Days Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 $ .70 $1.30 3 Lines .45 1.05 1.95 4 Lines .60 1.40 2.60 5 Lines .75 1.75 3.25 6 Lines .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2.45 4.55 8 Lines .. 1.20 2.80 5.20 9 Lines . 1.35 3.15 5.85 PRICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Lodges and Societies 1 Card of Thanks 2A Death Notices 2 Funeral Directors ' In Memprians 3A Cemeteries 4 Florists * Lost and Found 6 Personals 7 Beauty Shops Business Services Help Wanted. Female Saleswork for Women Kelp Wanted. Male 12 Siileswork for Men Help Wanted. Male or Female Acents Wanted 14 Work Wanted. Women 15 Work Wanted. Men 16 Instruction 17 Business Opportunities 13 Money to Loan 19 Wanted to Borrow 20 Rooms for Rent 21 Apartments for Rent 22 Houses lor Rent 23 Cottages lor Rent 23A Business Places for Rent :< 8 10 11 13 1.1A Garages for Rent » Farms. Acre- ages for Rent 25A Wanted to Rent 25B Houses «.r,d Lots lor Sale 26 Business Property, Sale 27 Real Estate for Sale, Exch. 23 Real Estate Wanted 29 Real Estate Loans 30 Farms lor Sale or Exchange 30A Miscellaneous for Sale 31 Swap Service 32 Home F'jrcish- uigs 33 Musical Instruments 34 Radios and Service 35 Business Equipment Good Thinss 10 Eat 37 Want to Buy 08 Dogs, Birds, Other Pets Livestock and Equipment Poultry «nd Supplies Automobiles for Sale Auto Par*-s, Tires. Scrv. <3 Wanted, Automobiles 44 36 39 41 42 ANNOUNCEMENT^ Death Notices 2 CLARK, Judge Joseph J., 85, died at a local hospital at 3:15 o'clock Friday afternoon from heart disease. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at •'•30 o'clock at the First M. E. church, with the Rev. C. E. Flynn in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Director* 3 McAULEY Funeral Home—Com plete service 'lay and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED—Girl for night restaurant work. Write B-16, Globe- Gazette. MAKE UP TO $23 weekly. Show friends new Janalene "Dated" Dresses. Take orders in own home. Full or spare time. Experience unnecessary. Outfit furnished. Beautiful dresses FREE for prompt action. Janalene, Inc., Dept 639, Indianapolis, Ind. Saleiwork for. Women 1 V WANTED SALESWOMAN Must be over 21, with nice personality, intelligent and earnest. Good position for right party. Apply in own handwriting, giving sales experience. WRITE A-16 GLOBE-GAZETTE SALESWOMEN — Experienced selling high grade line knit sportswear, lingerie, hosiery. New generous commission plan gives you manager's over-writing. Write Holzmark, Republic Bldg., Chicago. BIG MANUFACTURER wants housewives with spare time to wear FREE SAMPLE DRESSES, and show to friends. Give size, age. Harford Frocks, Dept. 4749, Cincinnati. IF YOU AGREE to show them to friends, I'll send you 2 Snag- Proofed Silk Stockings and show you how to earn up to $22 a week. American Mills, Dept. 4376, Indianapolis. Money to Loan 19 41/4% TO 4%.% FARM , 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED 1/2 If your car payments are too high, in many instances we can refinance your contract and reduce your payment^ as much as one- half. Additional money can be obtained if needed. We offer many plans including a special plan for farmers. See us today. Home Loan & Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Bldg. Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate your obligations into one account with one small payment monthly. United Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Ph. 1414 LOANS UP TO $300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Help Wanted, Male 12 | Anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION WANTED—Single man ori farm. Some experience. Write H-16, Globe-Gazette. SALESMAN WANTED by well known oil company. Experience unnecessary. No investment required. Immediate steady income for man with car. Write P. T. Webster, 615 Standard Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED—Good fender and body man. Phone Swaney Motor Car Company, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Saleswork for Men 13 NEW 6 VOLT ELECTRIC Arc Welder, Sells on 5 minute demonstration 10 mechanics, repairmen, farmers, shops and factories. Retails S3.75. Up to 150% profit. Works off storage battery or 111) volt current. Trindl Products, 2223 Calumet, Chicago. FIVE VACANCIES open this territory- 51,000 commissions monthly not unusual. Up to .$60 a week salary expense guarantee plan while starting. Lifetime position 45-year-old company. $300,000.00 rating. Leader in field. Business expanding. Rapid promotion. Write Newco, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. SALESMEN — Sell advertising novelties, calendars, fans, ther mometers, etc.. for nationally known firm. Liberal commissions. STANWOOD HILLSON CORP., 2364 High St., Brookline, Mass. GET PAID WEEKLY Liberal terms to right' man in choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's Greatest Nursery. No delivering or collecting. Healthy work with good pay in a business of your own! Stock Northern grown, with liberal guarantee! Company established over 30 years. Write McKAY NURSERY CO., Madison, Wis. MEYER Funeral Home—Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home—A service for those who car*. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home,Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Cemeteries 4 .MEMORIAL PARK—"The Cemetery Beautiful" Perpetual maintenance. L O. F. Bid?, 172, 1827J. Florist* 5 ARE YOU WONDERING how to send congratulations'.- 1 Say it with flowers from Kemble : s Greenhouse. Phone 55. Lost and Found LOST—Brown crochet purse at or near Hotel Hanford. Return lo Globe-Gazette. Reward. LOST — Red pig between Mason City and Rockford. Finder Ph. 3758. ^^ Personal* 7 LOSE WEIGHT DAILY. Sure, safe, inexpensive. Write Dr. Wendt, Canton, S. Dak. "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP", the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162. Business Services FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Naa Bank Building. Phone 516. 3LASSES—-.We use the best quality at a price you can afford to pay. Dr. Knuuori, Opt, Weir Bldg. HAVE OPENING for man to work in North Central lowj with manager in sales work through authorized dealers. Satisfactory earnings to man who can qualify. Must have car and able to furnish references. For personal interview, write N-16, Globe- Gazette. Work Wanted, Women 15 WANTED—Position or work by capable mature business woman. 9 S. Jackson avenue. WANTED—Family washings. Ph. 2B13W: 521 N. Harrison, Parker 6th addition. Work Wanted, Men 16 WANTED—Job on farm by single man; good worker,-good milker, ref. Lewis Gibbs, R. 2, Rockford, or Ph. 3 on 9 at noon or 6 p. m. Instruction 17 "UNCLE SAM" 1937 JOBS. Men, women, $1,260-?2,100 first year. Yearly increase. Try next Mason City examinations. Many social security jobs. Sample coaching— full particulars—list positions— FREE. Write H-2, Globe-Gazette. IF YOU like to draw, sketch or paint, write .for Talent Test, (no fee). Give age and occupation. Write G-4, Globe-Gazette. AMERICA'S great system of Diesel and air conditioning refrigeration training wants mechanically inclined men to train in our shops. Day and night classes. Free board, room, transportation after qualifying through home preparation. Write United Engineering, 5 N. 15th, Minneapolis. FINANCIAL Money to Loon 19 LOWEST CQST LOCAL MONEY Loans on common sense low rate plans. Before you borrow anywhere be sure to see us. INDUSTRIAL CREDIT CORP. Over Penney's Phone 11521 C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City. Personal Loans On signature only to salaried people. Easiest and most convenient method of borrowing. Immediate service. SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Ph. 412 Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner South of New City Hall 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. 19J,i N. Fed. Ph. 578 FOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT—Mod. sleeping room. Phone 2024. FOR RENT—3 unfurn. rms., heated. Inquire 1301 N. Adams. FOR RENT—2 rm. mod. apt. 610 N. Del. Phone 3157-J. FOR RENT — Warm slpg. room, close in. 304 N. Jefferson. FOR RENT—Warm slpg. rm., close in. Gentlemen preferred. 1909J. LA SALLE HOTEL —224% S. Federal. Under new management. A clean, respectable place to stay. Both sleeping and furnished housekeeping rooms at reasonable prices. FOR RENT—Room. Mrs. Orren Porter, Clear Lake. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT—One and 3 room un- furn. apts., 121 2 S. W. Ph. 737 or 2478. FOR RENT—2 rm, furn. apt; also unfurn. duplex, close in. Inq. 109 9th St. N. E. FOR RENT—Newly dec. apt., 2 rms., bath and kitchenette. Ph. 1191. FOR RENT—Mod, furn. apt., pri. ent., $4.50 wk. Ph. 3185. FOR RENT—2 rm. apt.; everything furn. 213 E. State. FOR RENT—3 rm. furnished apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT — Small house. 125 26th S. W. Ph. 867. FOR RENT—$18 mod. house, 6 rms., 20th S. E,; $30 mod. 6 rm. hse., good. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT—Jan. 15 mod. duplex, 121 N. Ga., $30. Ph. 2113J. FOR RENT—6 rm. mod. house, 627 N. Fed. Ph. 3414. Briar and Geer. Business Places for Rent 24 FOR RENT—For moderate priced offices see J. B. Youngblood. Farms, Acreages for Rent 25A FOR RENT—Acreage. 6 rm. partly mod. house. 2 blocks west of Monroe school Ph. 2885J. Wanted to Rent B25 WANTED — Small, clean,' furn. apt.; good location. Write Z-15, Globe-Gazette. REALESTATE ._ r _ rjJ - J - J -^^ J --, !_ _,, , , , r i- •— Houses, Lots for Sale 26 FOR SALE — By owner, 6 rm. bungalow. 904 N. Taylor. Ph. 2969W. Business Property, Sale 27 FOR SALE—At once, Yellow cab business at Charles City. See or call E. G.. Guthart FOR SALE—Grocery and meat market, grossing $50,000. Central Iowa. Write A-13 Globe-Gazette. Heal 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 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms ... 4%%-5% Mason City Real Estate 4%% 1 5% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-503 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 Farms for Sale, Exch. 30A FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT— Pay $500 down and I'll give you a deed to 320 A. improved Ransom Co., N. Dak. Farm. Frank Benson, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—Mosher farm. 8 M. S. E. Sheffield, 120 A., $50 per A. Manley's. 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. MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay and silage. % mile south and 1 mile WE jt 01 Emery. FOP, SALE—Cheap, 600 watt Delco light plant. Floyd Ward, 3 mi. east of Clear Lake, on 106. FOR SALE — "Ideal" sectional water heating boiler. W-25-7. Call Lloyd Liesenberg, 928. FOR SALE—Mechanic's or shop man's tool cabinet; 3 compartments, Size 10x6x2 feet. Sacrifice for immediate sale. 221 7th N. E. FOR SALE—Brand new bicycle, balloon tires, reas. Write Herman G 'jenapp, Rockwell, Iowa. 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—Coat, black caracul, 20. Ph. 1321. FOR SALE—Large feed cooker, kettle type, reasonable. Sylvan Johnson, Clear Lake, R. 1. Swop Service 32 Wanted to Buy 38 WANTED—To buy used cash registers, typewriters, adding machines. Ph. 1033. WANTED—Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Pa. 301. WANTED—Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942., WANTED—To buy feedirg lambs. Grimshaw, Clear Lake. Ph. 341. WANTED TO BUY—Old fashioned drop leaf table. Ph. 3047. LIVESTOCK and PETS Dogs, Birds, Other Pets 39 FOR SALE — Wirehair tenner pups. 912 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3965 Livestock and Equipment 40 FORSALE 2 pure bred Hereford bulls, 16 months old, or will trade for old bulls. CHRIS ANDERSON 9 mi. S. of Clear Lake, 2 W. FOR SALE—Guernsey milk cows. Floyd Ward, 3 mi. east of Clear Lake on 106. FOR SALE—Duroc brood sows. James White, Ph. 30F3, Clear Lake. FOR SALE — Feeding pigs; 44 head, weight 125 to 165. Ph. 1876J. J. H. Boyd, Jr. FOR SALE—1 ,Duroc stock hog, 1 Guernsey bull calf. C. O. Neil, 2 mi. N. Sugar Beet. FOR SALE—Few choice Jersey cows, fresh and springers, butterfat records up to 500- pounds; also yearling heifers from proven sires. Ganger Jersey Farm, Rockf ord, la. 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. Poultry and Supplies 41 ATTENTION FARMERS — Our new 1937 farm record calendars are now available and you can get yours at the Mason City Hardware store. Mason City Hatchery. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sale 42 GOOD BUYS 1932 Plymouth Coach 1937 Plymouth Coach 1935 Studefeaker Coach 1934 Studebaker Sedan S & R CHEV. CO, Inc. "North Iowa's Largest Used Car Dealer" 18 S. Del. Phone 665 VALUES '36 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan. $195 down, ?24 finance charge. 17 payments of $25 pays in full. '35 Ford Tudor Sedan. Clean. Guaranteed. S125 down, $16 finance charge. 14 payments of $20 pays in full. LAPINER MOTOR COMPANY Lodge Notice OUEEN REBEKAH LODGE NO. W6 L O. O. F. HALL 7:38 P. M. Card parly 2 o'clock Tues. at the halL MRS.' EAHL LEAMAN. N. G. Ph. 3543 MKS. MAUDE MAXSON, Rec. Sec. Ph. 2096 MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA, Fin. Sec. Ph. 14S8J HARDING LODGE NO. 64!» A. F. AND A. M. 7:31) P. M. Staled meeting First Fri, of each month. L. L. RAYMOND, W. M. Phone 582 • C. C. HALPHIDE, Sec'y. Phone 249 BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. 1W A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 P. M. Stated communication First Thursday of each month. G. L. WOOD, W. M. D. D. GILBERT, Scc'y- LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the Loiing- Farmer Office Supply Company, by unanimous consent of all the stockholders was dissolved according to law on the 31st day of December, 1.936. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, tills 2nd day of January, 1937. W. V. LORING, President. L. G. CLAUSE, Secretary. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. To John D. Hlnrlclis »nd Lindu Hin- riehs »nd to whom It may concern: You are Hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of Home Owners' Loan Corporation of Washington, D. C.. and against Jonn D. Hinrichs and Linda Hinrichs, for the sum of Seventeen Hundred Eighteen and 62-100 Dollars, debt, and Thirty-seven and 20-100 Dollars, costs, and Fifty-seven and 19-100 Dollars, attorney's fees. I have levied upoc the following described real estate, to-wit: The North Half of Lot Nine (0> an* the East Four (4) feet of the North Half of Lot Ten (10) In Block Thirty- seven (37), In Railroad Adrtitlon to Mason City, Iowa, and that on the 1st day of February, 1937, at 2:30 o'clock P. M., at the front door of !he Court House :ii Mason City, Cerro Gordo County,, Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction o£ said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in Mason City, Iowa, this «h day of January, 1937. TIM R. PHALEN, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By—Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff- M. L. Mason, Attorney. NOTICE OK SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. To Mark Hamilton and Ll-ttlc M. Hamilton, and to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment, rendered in said Court in favor of Home Owners' Loan Corporation of Washington, D. C., and ag.ninat ,Mark Hamilton and Lottie M. Hamilton, for the sum of Twelve hundred thirty-one and 2-100 Dollars, dibt, and Twenty-seven and W-100 Dollars, costs, and Fifty-two and 31-100 Dollars, attorney's fees I have levied upon the following described real estate to-wit: Lot Nine (9) in Block One (J) in Colloton's Addition to Mason City. Iowa, and that on the 15lh day of February 1937, at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the front door of the Court House in Mason City. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said cxecuTion, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in. Mason City, Iowa, this 14th day of January, 1937. , TIM K. PHALEN, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. M. L, Mason, Attorney. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE and 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. Three times or less offering a "SWAP", costs nothing. The »d must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser wiU pay 10 cents for each reply. Re- Dlies are to be called lor at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. Home Furnishings 33 FOR SALE—Walnut dining rm. set cheap. Ph. 1760. FOR SALE—Studio couch and day bed. Ph. 3010. 522 N. Jeff. FOR SALE—Furniture for 5 rm. house. 2J.2M; S. Federal. BIG REDUCTIONS New flat top gas ranges, electric and gas engine washers, refrigerators. Mason City Norge Co. 405 North Federal Phone 560 FOR SALE—Walnut desk. Aboul 75 years old. Also pedestal and floor lamp. 13 5th N. E. FOR SALE—Several bargains in rebuilt Maytag washers. Electric and engine Maytag. Save $40. We take Rockwell and Thornton Creamery certificates. Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. 22 2nd N. E. Musical Instruments 34 FOR SALE-—"Howard" piano. 115 N. Georgia. £ USED TRUCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES '28 Chevrolet S 4o '30 Chevrolet S 95 '31 Dodge and box S120 '33 Ford L. W. B. New tires S295 '35 Ford L. W. B $445 '31 Ford Sed. Delivery $!95 '31 Chev. Sed. Delivery S165 ! 33 Ford Panel ' $295 '30 Ford L. W. B $175 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY PRITCHARD MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER On Penn. from State to 1st S. E. CHEVROLET 1932 Coach, hot water heater, good tires, 1937 license. Only $75 down, $3.50 per week. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 19-25 Third N. E. FOR SALE—'28 Chevrolet Sedan. This is not an average car. The price is less than you think. Zenor Motor Co., 118 S. Del. STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. I To Margaret Hushes, wido whom it may concern: You arc hereby notified thai by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of Home Owners' Loan Corporation of Washington, D. C.. and against Margaret Hughes, widow, lor the sum of Forty-three hundred seventy-three and 17-100 Dollars, debt, and Twenty-six and 35-100 Dollars, costs, and Eighty-three and 73-100 Dollars, attorney's fees I have levied upon the following described real estate to-wit: Lot Six* (0) in Lot Seven (7) in Subdivision of the South Half or the Soulhivest Quarter or the Northwest Quarter of Section Ten (10) in Township Ninety-six (!ICi) North. Range Twenty (iO), West of the Fifth P. M., and north Twenty-six 1^5) Feet of Jjnt Twenty-three (i3) In M. M. Burn's Addition .to Mason City, iowii; Otherwise described as Lot Twenty-three CM) In Charles O. Wilson's Rcplat mid West Six (6) Koils of said Lot Six (B) in Lol Seven (7) in jajd Subdivision, all iji Cerro Gord'o County, Iowa. and that on the 15th day of February 1937, at 2 o'clock P. M,. at the front door of the Court House in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County. Io\va. I will proceed to sell the sai:i« in- satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriffs office in Mason City. Iowa, this 14th day of January, 1937. TIM R. PHALEN, Sheriff of Cerro Goido County, Iowa. By Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. M. L. Mason, Attorney. Auto Parts, Tires, Services 43 FOR SALE—Four 5,25x18 casings anf tubes for $5. Home Town, 422 N. Monroe. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING To the Shareholders of Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association of Mason City, Iowa: You are hereby notified that in accordance with the by-laws of this Association, the regular annual meeting of its shareholders will be held at the office of the Association at 2:00 P. M. on January 20, 1937, for the purpose of electing directors and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MASON CITY. By—J. W. Iron's, Secretary. NOTICE OP THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4955 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been dulj" appointed and qualified as Administrator of .the estate o£ Estella M. Edwards, Deceased. late of Cerro Gordo Coun^. All persons indebted to said estate requested, to maJce Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. HERMO!J W. FRA2EE; Administrator. E. W. Schilling, Attorney. DaWd January !*'.li. 1937. S. H. MacPeak. Clerk District Court. By—Margaret Riley. Deputy. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SA.LE STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo .County, SB. To Leon Imlay anA Id* Imlfty, And t* wbom it m&y concern: You are hereby notified by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, »nd issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District .Court of the State of. Iowa, within end for Cerro Gordo Coun-, ty. upon a judgment rendered in nld- Court in favor of Home .Owners^ Loan Corporation of WashinjtloCi D. C., «nd against Leon Imlay and Ida Imlfly, husband and wife, for the sum of Twentysix hundred eighty-three and 3fl-100 Dollars, debt, and Twenty-one and 3Q-10C Dollars, costs, and Sixty-six and 83-100 Dollars, attorney's lees I. have levied upon the following described real estate to-wit: Lot Ten (10) in Block Four (41 in F»ir View Addition to Mason City. IOWA, according to thr recorded pint thefeof, and that on the 15th day of February 1937. at 2 o'clock P. M.. at the front door of the Court House in Mason City, Ccrro Gordo County. Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said execution, together witl> r^ legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in Mason City. Iowa, this 14th day of January, 1337. TIM B. PHALEN, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. M. L. Mason. Attorney. HUGE CONGRESS HOME PROPOSED Beiter to Offer PLm for Community Dwelling FAVOR LIQUOR SALE BY DRINK Iowa Union Labor Takes Stand With Restaurant Owners Group. DES MOINES, (£>)—Iowa union labor took its stand Saturday with the Iowa Restaurant Owners association in favor of "strictly regulated" liquor sale by the drink. Union labor' leaders met here with J. C. Lewis, state union labor federation president, and indorsed the "Beck plan," which restaurant owners claim would replace illegal dine-drink-dance honky-tonks they say now violate every liquor law with modern bars. The plan was originated by E. G. Beck, secretary of the Restaurant Owners' association. It would provide for "local option," would prohibit dancing and the sale of food in places where liquor is sold and would confine such places to commercial districts. The union labor leaders agreed that under the present system of liquor control, "hard liquor is sold in all kinds of places" and that "it is impossible to prevent such sale because a sufficient number of persons want liquor by the drink to make it profitable for the law to be violated." The union proposal, like that of the restaurant association plan, would provide that the places licensed to sell by the drink would buy their liquor from the liquor commission, which also would be in charge of licensing. WASHINGTON. (£>)— Congress may get a charxx to decide whether "Home, Sveet Home" to future members will be a huge community dwelling project, complete from ball rooms to napkin rings and sunken gardens. All the house and senate have to do to start the $6,000,000 project is enact a bill Representative Beiter (D-N. Y) plans to offer Monday. The idea is to get lower rents. The social niceties involved in determining who \v;;t get top floor, back, and who first floor, corner, remain to be threshed out Tudor Gothics Style. But all the rest of he details have been taken care of by Beiter. He even has the architect's drawings, by John Parke Almond of Little Rock, Ark. The layout would be "something like this: The buildings, in tudor Gothic style, would form a cross with maximum dimensions of 1,270 by 700 fc?t. A hotel wou!' T form the top of the cross." Itts 200 feet would make it the tallest building in Washington aside from the capital, which is 287 feet high. Around the edges of the cross would be four, six and eight story apartments and 66 two-story row houses. $100 Monthly Rent. Altogether there would be some 2,000 rooms and 654 units of 2 to 7 rooms. For a furbished unit of two bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchenet and bath, Beiter estimated the rent would be about $100 a month. A corporation of senate and house members would borrow the money for the project from the reconstruction finance corporation. Koons Renamed Head of Britt State Bank 3RITT—At the annual meeting of stockholders of the First State bank, Britt, the following officers and directors were re-elected: V. D. Koons, president; James Kent, vice president; C. W. Botsford, vice president; F. D. Reibsamen, cashier; directors, V. D. Koons, James Kent, C. W. Botsford, C. F. Wigton, George Kolthoff. The report of the bank's condition as of Dec. 31 shows deposits to be more than one million. The total footings of the bank show a gain of one-quarter of a million dollars for the year 1936. The First State bank of Britt maintains an office at Corwith, managed by C. C. Johnson and an office at Woden, managed by H. L. Missman. Most of Iowa Liquor Is Purchased by Men DES MOINES, (IP)— The Iowa liquor commission reported that while Iowa women may buy the groceries. Iowa men buy virtually all the liquor. For of all the liquor purchase permits issued by state stores, the committee said, only 1.3 per cent have been issued to women. Store managers in some of the smaller towns reported they have not issued a single permit to a woman, the commission said. Most women permit holders are unmarried. 2nd Musical Mouse Is Reported in Iowa MODALE, (/P)—Prized pet of the Paul Behm family near here is a "musical mouse" who lives in a cake box with a "common mouse" companion. The Behms' singing rodent is the second reported in captivity in Iowa. The other, "Tiny Tim," lives in a cage at the home of Mrs. B. L. Prouty in Garner. Cattle Equipped with Overshoes to Keep Them From Slipping COLUMBUS JUNCTION, Cattle hereabouts are being equipped with overshoes made of gunnysacks due to the coating of ice over feedlots and fields. The bags are being tied around the animals' feet, to give them better footing. The precaution was adopted after falls had. resulted in injuries to valuable animals. AUNT HET By Robert Quillen "I don't see much change in sin since I was young except that sinners used to pull the shades down." See the popular Gehl Feed Mills now on display. 722 SOUTH FEDERAL PUBLIC SALE As I am mcvlnj to * smaller place, I will sell at Public Auction at the McKercher farm 2 miles west of Manly on Hlrhway No. 9 on Wednesday, January 20 Commencing at 12:30 O'clock HORSES — Sorrel Mare, 3 yrs. old, wt 1500; Bay Horse, 8 yrs. old, wt. 1450; Blue-Roan Mare, imooth mouth, wt. 1350; 2 Suck- in; Colts; Team Black Mares, 3 and 4 yrs. old, wt 3200; Team Black Geldlnik, 3 and 4 yrs. old; Team Grey Mares, 3 yrs. old; Team Bay Geldinrs, 3 yrs. old. CATTLE— 6 Milch Cows; Guernsey Bull, 3 yrs. old; 7 Head Heifers; Guernsey Bull Calf. SHEEP— 15 Bred Ewes; 1 Buck. 14 FALL FIGS. FARM MACHINERY— 14-inch Ganr Plow; 16-inch Sulky Corn Plow, 2 row; Corn Plow, slnrte row; 2-section Draf ; Feed Grinder; Ford Power Stand; 16-wheel Dtec; t-VA Gas Entities; 2 Sets Harness; Swill Cart; Waron and Box; Pump Jack; 3 new Harrow Carts'; Hone Cottars; Corn; other articles too numerous to^mentton. TERMS— Anyone wlsbiw time »ee C. 8. Rye, State Bank. _ _ .•-,. P AUL FROMMHOLD Auct— Carl M. Sbeimo Clerk-Manly State BMUt. Manly, la. Plow; -inch H- •

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