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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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Pease Heads Local Teams in Fund Drive Clear Lake —Clarence A. Pease, Jr., is local campaign chairman lor the Boy Scout fund drive to be held in Clear Lake Oct. 25, it was announced Wednesday. He will be assisted by a group of interested local men. The drive is a part of the fund campaign of the Winnebago council which includes 9 counties. In Clear Lake it will be a one-day project so far as possible. Anyone expecting to be out of town may make his contribuition to Mr. Pease beforehand. Clear Lake now has 8 Cub Scout dens sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars: 2 intermediate troops sponsored by the Methodist Congregational and Zion Lutheran churches and one by the American Legion, and a senior troop sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. < "Clear Lake believes in Boy Scouts and appreciates the fine work done by our troops and leaders," Mr. Pease states. "There- lore we expect our campaign to go over big and in record time. We know that our contributions will be used to give the boys the best possible program." Mrs. R. A. Wuifing, Nee Minnie Bell, Dies in California Clear Lake —Mrs. Henry C. Anderson, 201 E. Main street, received word Wednesday morning of the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. A., Wuifing, 80, at Los Angeles, Cal., Monday morning. Mrs. Wuifing will be remembered in Clear Lake as Minnie Bell. She spent her girlhood arid early married life here. Mrs. Wuifing is survived by her husband, who will be remembered here as "Dick" Wuifing; daughter, Mrs. Orrin (Gladys) Paddock; a grandson, Kay, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Wilbur Richards Riverside, Cal., and Mrs. Lottie Wertz, West Los Angeles, Cal Originally there were 10 children in the family, one of them the late Harry Bell of Clear Lake. Mrs. Wuifing had been in failing health about a year. Death was due to a heart attack. Funera services were held in Los Angele? Wednesday with burial there. Zarrell Heads C. E. Society Methodist Youth Plan Activities Clear Lake — Kenneth Carrell vas elected president of the Chrisian Endeavor Society of the' Ihristian church Sunday eve- ing. Lawrence Fell is retiring' resident. Max Reynolds is vice resident, and I!a Enabnit secre- ary-treasurer. The new officers ake over next Sunday. Kenneth ave a talk on "Creation" for the esson. The Rev. Warren Hile, Des VIoines, visiting minister, was uest speaker for the church serv- ces. His text was John 3:16. The Senior Youth Fellowship )f the Methodist church worked :>n a program for the 4 commis- ions for the next 3 months. Don Hewitt led the devotional serv- ce. Next Sunday the officers will attend a workshop at Garner in he afternoon and evening and he others will meet at the church as usual. Plans to go to the home of haron Doescher next Sunday at :30 for supper, recreation and vorship, were made by the in- ermediate group. They return at ! p. m. Dick Slocum, Lois Eibey and Jane Johnston will contact members not present at the meet- ng. The study of "Friendship" continued with the story of Ruth and Naomi. Miss Mildred Baker •md • Mrs. Arthur Hammond directed the discussion. Doctor E. W. Day installed Sylvia Burckhardt president, Debby Day vice president, Murrae Wood secretary-treasurer and Tommy French chaplain of the Hiway club at the Congregational church. The latter is a new office. The treasury showed a balance of $1.10 for 3 meetings. Plans for a Halloween party Oct. 30 were discussed. Richard Decker presided at the Congo club meeting in the absence of Larry Miller, president, and also led devotions. Plans were made for a Halloween party Oct. 30 with Rodney Heetland, Frances Repp, Carol Garvin, Gordon Thompson. Lester Nichols, Sally Burckhardt, Pat Jodan, Netah Decker and Larry Miller the entertainment committee. Dick Rogers, Joan Barlow, Amy Arneson Richard Decker and Bob Martin are the committee on decorations The regular meeting will be helc Oct. 1C. ENTERTAIN FOR GERALD JENSEN Clear Lake —Gerald Jensen wa honored at a birthday suppe Monday evening at the home o his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. DuWayne Jensen. Thos present were Mr. and Mrs. Han Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ber gen and daughter, Fertile, Mr. am Mrs. James Landingham and Mrs Gerald Jensen and son. The hon ored guest received several gifts Clear Lake Globe Gazette IF YOUU PAPER IS NOT DELIVERED BY H:00 P. M. ( PH. 2SU OR 259. NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER «:15. ^_ » Patty Roseland Is Elected to Be Homecoming Queen ST. RITA'S CIRCLE MEETS Clear Lake — St. Rita's circle o the Catholic Ladies aid met at th home of Mrs. Dean Gilles, Bayside, Tuesday evening and spen the time hemming tablecloths fo: the church and planning for tin bazar to be held Oct. 19. PATTY ROSELAND Clear Lake- -Patty Roseland, a senior, was chosen homecoming queen for 1949 by vote of the high school student body Tuesday, Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, announces. Attendants will be Frances Davis, a senior, and Dixie Evanson, sophomore. Homecoming will be Oct. 21 when Humboldt plays the Clear Lake Lions. A grand parade, beaded by the Gwen Johnson to Be Head of Willing Hands Clear Lake — Gwen Johnson was elected president of Clear Lake and Grant townships Willing Hands 4-H club at the home of Edna Fiedler Saturday afternoon. Myrna Hansen is retiring president. Verna Hansen was chosen vice president, Margaret Baker iecretary, Myrna Hansen, treasurer and Patsy Renshaw press reporter. Sharon Hunst and LaVonne Van- Ort were welcomed BS new members. Mrs. Charles Momyer is leader and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson assistant. Lunch was served. The next meeting is at the Johnson home Nov. 12. queen, the Lions team and the band, followed by floats of the various school organizations and groups of grade students, also in gala formation, will take place during the afternoon. Lists Honor Roll Miss Chambers announced the honor roll for the first period Wednesday as follows: "A": Norma Willis, grade 10, and Myrna Jean Miller, grade 11. "A and B": Grade 9 —Phyllis Kelly, Nancy Ludwig, Verlyn Stoltz, Dorothy Wedeking and Betty Wilson. Grade 10—Lester Nichols, Amy Arneson, Joan Barlow, Joyce Lien, Marilyn Nelson and B'Ann Stork. Grade 11—Dean Anderson, DeLores Anderson, Gerald Stolz, Donna Rae Henriksen, Palma Jodan, Jean Rickard and Franklin Enfield. Seniors Rank Grade 12—Herbert Fuller, Max Reynolds, Don Stokke, Bill Watkins, Juana Kay Baum, Helen Edwards, Delores Kirchgatter, Marilyn Ludeke, Wanda Nesset, Mary Lou Ludwig, Claribel Michalek, Ellen Newman, Rosemary Olson, Patty Roseland and Patricia Tice. "B" group: Grade 9—James Wright, Rita Guilenfeldt, Sharon Masters and Joan Steege; grade 10—Mary Furleigh and Ruth Nickerson; grade 11—Joan Carr and Donna Rae Huey, and grade 12— Patty Hanley. Report cards went out Wednesday noon. Chan Dakin and Leo Bonska were welcomed as new members and Mmes. E. Neu and Frank Mullaii assisted in serving. Weaver Winner in Quarterback Event Clear Lake — Winston Weaver won the jackpot in the score guessing contest at Quarterback club Monday noon at Randy's cafe. Dr. George Giiz came second and F. C. DeBruyn 3rd. The 3rd tied with 13 correct out of 20 and figuring closest- to correct scores determined who won the jackpot. Clark Baldwin and Arthur Johnson guessed 12 correct out of 20. Coach Dick Weber spoke briefly on the game with Emmetsburg. Gerald Smit and Bob Nelson, members of the Lions high school team, were guests. OWNER'S PUBLIC COMBINATION Tofte Talks at Model Meeting Clear Lake—Hans Tofte, Mason City, who was born in Denmark, told how he attained citizenship in the United States for the program of Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at a model meeting at the T. L. Sears home Monday evening. Mrs. William Bickford, hostess, was assisted by Mmes. Robert Young, Arleigh Eddy and Warren Jacobson. Members of Xi Mu chapter and Mines. John Harris, Delbert Owen, Don Phillips, Hugh Engleman, Tom Nelson, Jr., and Genevieve Crawl and Miss Shirley Bisgrove were guests. Miss Verna Thomsen, assisted by Miss Teny Jorgen, will entertain at a preferential tea at her home at 2:30 Oct. 23. Mrs. Lester Godden is hostess at a regular meeting Oct. 24 when Mrs. Young gives the lesson. Mmes. Young and Dale Olson will plan a Halloween party for Oct. 31. Woman's.Club Stages Forum "Human Relations" Discussion Theme Clear Lake — Consideration of what is to be done and what has been done in "Civilizing Human Relations" formed the main part of the forum discussion at City hall Monday evening in the program provided by the national and community service department of the Woman's club. Newton L. Margulies, Des Moines attorney, said that each person has an affirmative duty to perform with regard to any human problem, that standards vary when people judge by the standard of "the greatest good" and that men should be able to rise as high in life as their capabilities will allow. H. Telfer Mook, also an attorney, asked if the standard, "All iaien are created free and equal," is socially preserved and answered by saying that a problem is not solved by passing a law which is not enforced. He also asked each person to identify his own personal prejudices. Believes in Action "We depend so much upon organized efforts or programs and wait for some organization to 'do something' that much valuable time is wasted," said Austin Finnery, director of public relations for the Iowa Federation of Labor. "We need to identify our problems of human relations," he said, "and then act." "We also find it easy to blame someone else for whatever is wrong: We like a scapegoat." Areas where problems are found, as employment, housing, education, p u b 1 i 9 accommodations, health institutions and recreation were noted. A number of illustrations were given. What has been done in the matter of treatment of m i n o r it y groups, in providing helps in preparing programs and in arranging conferences in labor-manag- ment difficulties was stated. Gives Recommendations Mr. Finnessy recommended getting acquainted with other people as important in solving problems and Mr. Mook suggested that the church could do much by carrying on a social action program and becoming a vital institution in meeting problems of the community. The Rev. I. E. Metcalf, director of the Iowa Tri-Cities region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, acted as moderator. Mrs. E. L. Yeager, program hostess, introduced the speakers. "The Agonizers" sang "When the Desert Sun Goes Down," "By PLANS FALL WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klaassen, 206 Gold Nugget street, Clear Lake, an- nouuce th» engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lora La Grace to John Charles Proctor, ton of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Proctor, 308 East Division street. The wedding will be Oct. 22 at the Little Brown church at Nashua. Tells Priscilla Club of "Singing Tower" Clear Lake —Mrs. Guy Hill gave a detailed description of "The Singing Tower" of Lake Wales, Fla., and the biography of its originator, Edward W. Bok, for the program of the Priscilla club at the home of Miss Ella Rogers Tuesday afternoon. She also spoke of the Cypress Gardens, America's tropical wonderland, and showed pictures of them, of Mr. Bok and of the tower. Mrs. David Enabnit entertains at a Halloween event Oct. 25. Mrs. S. O. Bacon was a guest of the Happy Eight Card club at the home of Mrs. Harry Beal, Mmes. A. C. Sater, A. B. Knutson and Bacon won prizes. Mrs. O . J. Pierce is hostess Oct. 25. Mrs. James H. Bailey entertained Hi-Lo Bridge club with Mrs. Oscar Peterson winning high score. Mrs. F. G. Cookman is hostess in 2 weeks. Oct. 12, IMt 29 Mason City GUbt-GaMtit, 1UMB City, to. CONDUCTED AT CLEAR LAKE, IOWA at W. H. WARD FURNITURE STORE V STARTING FRIDAY, OCT. 14 and CONTINUING TWICfe DAILY PAST NOBLE GRANDS ELECT Mrs. Russell Roberts was chosen president of Past Noble Grands club to succeed Mrs. J. C. Norris at a meeting at the home of Mrs.. Carl Johannessen Monday evening. Mrs. Eric Clark is vice president, and Mrs. John V. Bohning secretary-treasurer. They take over in January. Mrs. John Iverson assisted the hostess and Mrs. Lyle Bailey was a guest. Mrs. Norris won high in five hundred and Mrs. Ed Heitland low. Mmes. S. O. Bacon and George Prestholt are hostesses Nov. 14. 2P.M. and 7:3OP.M. NEW QUALITY FURNITURE and APPLIANCES COME! BID! BUY! SAVE! FREE — GIFT GIVEN AWAY — FREE at EACH AUCTION Lesson Given for L R. Club Clear Lake —A lesson on "Women in Congress" was presented the Library Reading club members at the home of Mrs. E. J. Lincicum Monday afternoon by Mmes. C. E. Ferson and Albert Christenson. Mrs. Ferson dis-. cussed the democratic women, Mmes. Norton, Douglas, Woodhouse and Bosone and Mrs. Christenson the republicans, Mmes. Smith, Rogers, Bolton, Harden and St. George. Mrs. Oluf T. Hansen traced the history of several familiar old hymns of the churches for "Sacred Moments." In the absence of Mrs. Walter Wood, president, Mrs. F. A. Barber took the chair. In 2 weeks the club will meet the Light of the Moon" and "My Honey." Mrs. Don Browning, club president, announced that Miss Rodine of Younkers will give a lecture on "Interior Decoration" Oct. 25,. and named the committees. Husbands of members were guests. Refreshments were served by the tea committee, Mmes. Eldon Finer, K. G. Davis, E. G. Estergard and J. D. Hugins. 3 Board Members for A. V. S. C. Elected Clear Lake —John Hayes, Arnold Moeller and Tom Nelson, Jr., were elected to the board of directors of the All Veterans Social Center for terms of 3 years each at the annual meeting held at the center Monday evening. They succeed Leo Stork, Syd Thompson and T. E. Sondrol, Jr., whose terms expired. Other members of the board are Don O'Neill, Harry Eliasen, Fred Baum and C. E. Ferson who were elected in 1948 and Dr. R. A. Winkle, Peter Anderson and James H. Ransom who were elected in 1947. A financial statement for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30 \vas read and approved and discussion of various activities " followed. Aboxit 90 attended the dinner. Officers for the year will be chosen at the first board meeting the date of which is to be announced within a few days. MASON~CITYANS FINED $25 EACH Clear Lake —Morris Billings, 20, and Richard Walter, 19, both of Mason City, were arrested Sunday by State Game Warden J. Z. Stevens. Both pleaded guilty in the court of Police Judge B. R. Dunn, Mason City, Monday and <were fined $25 and costs each. Billings was charged with hunting without a hunting license and Walters with carrying a gun set up in a vehicle on a public highway and not contained in a case. Clear Lake Briefs Dr. and Mrs. A. B., Phillips, 117 S. 4th street; Mrs. C. D. Brown, Spencer, and Mayor and Mrs. William Allen, Ames, drove to Madison, Wis., Sunday to visit another sister, Mrs. John Hagen, and Mr. Hagen. They planned to return Monday but were delayed by the storm. . For Sale: New coil bed spring; Windsor chair. 518 Washington. Mrs. Holden Nelson, chairman of supply work, requests members of circle 5 of the Methodist W. S. C. S. to bring their donations of supplies to the home of Mrs. S. S. Hudson or to the basement of the Methodist church by 9 a. m. Wednesday. Jellies and canned fruits and vegetables are needed. The supplies will be on display Wednesday afternoon at the general meeting of the W. S. C. S. Overstocked on size 10 blouses. 2 for price of 1. Ange & Woody's. Jens Wind, who returned last week from 3 months spent in Denmark, told of his trip for the program of Saratoga post No. 4868, V. F. W., at the dinner at the clubroom Tuesday evening. The next meeting is Oct. 25. Rummage Sale Thurs., Fri. 720 Crane St. Ph. 606-W. Harlan Ott, who entered Park hospital, Mason City, Sunday, is reported quite ill. For Sale: near new davenport, very good cond. C. C. Johnson, 104 2nd Ave. N. The board of directors of the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce will meet Friday evening, it was announced Wednesday. Yellow Cab office moved Wednesday to building formerly housing Frank's Radio on East St. next to Farmers Lumber. Mrs. Edwin P. Callanan entertained 10 members of the V. F. W. Auxiliary at a sewing bee Monday evening. Covers for hot water bottles to be sent to'hospitals were made. Lunch was served. Housecleaning made easy. Painted walls washed expertly, with no muss, the machine way. Call the G and W Wallwashing Co. for free estimate. Phone 296-W. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wohlford and family, Geneva, called at the Ernest Schultz home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dannenbring, Freeman, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rodner, Emery, S. Dak., returned to their homes Monday after spending several days at the Ernest Schultz home. While here he Dannenbring, Rodner and 'Chultz families visited Niagara MOVES TAXI CAB OFFICE Clear Lake—Harold Hiatt, Waverly, was in Clear Lake Wednesday moving the office of the Yellow Cab company from the location underneath the Clear Lake Bank and Trust company to the site next to the Farmers Lumber yard on N. East street vacated by Frank's Radio. The phone number remains 88. In conjunction with the taxi office Mmes. Helmer Hanson anc John Tanner will operate a lunch room to open next week. FLIES TO EUROPE—Lt Victor Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen, 302 S. 4th ttreet, Clear Lake, stationed in Walsh- ington, D. C., with a special miusion squadron of the military air transport service, recently completed a 17 day trip to Europe as a crew member on a C-54 that flew the house interstate and foreign commerce committee to London, Dublin, Stockholm, Frankfort, Geneva, Rome and Paris,. A fellow-Iowan, Congressman DoUiver, Fort Dodge, was one of his passengers. COUNTY DISTRIBUTOR for full line of livestock and poultry feeds. This is an exclusive deal and a money maker. Write me for details. Chas. Bederske BOX 63 CLEAR LAKE, IA. at the home Petersen. of Mrs. Otto B. W. H. WARD FURNITURE STORE McGOWAN HARDWARE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Mmes. Dale Lindstrom, V. W. Burke and Gene Gotto were guests of Newcomers Card club at Witke's cafe. Mrs. Leo Thompson won the prize in court whist. Mrs. F. G. Posson was high in bridge and Mrs. Gae Kocourck 2nd. The next meeting is Oct. 24. Mrs. Leonard Cash entertained Double Four Bridge club with Mrs. Henry Schoneman winning high, Mrs. Peter Miller low and Mrs. Fred Fankell- traveling prize. Mrs. Robert Webb entertains in 2 weeks. Navy Mothers met at Legion hall with Mrs. A. B. Phillips serving. A work meeting will be held in 2 weeks. Mrs. A. N. Michaels serves Nov. 14. Plans to hold a bake sale Inter this month and to co-operate with the DeMolay boys in holding a Halloween party were made by Rainbow Girls who met at Masonic Temple Monday evening. COUNCIL ISSUES TWO PERMITS Clear Lake—A cigaret permit was issued to Sidney Halford, ovraer of the Grill cafe, at a special session of the city council Monday afternoon. A beer permit was issued to Ruth and Jerry Jones. Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY —Red Cross home service worker, City hall, 8:30 till noon. Rotary club, All Veterans Social Center, 12:in..Women's Relief Corps, soclnl circle, Mrs. Elmer Nelson, 200 S. Center street, 12:30. Catholic Ladles Aid, St. Patrick's church parlors, 2. Oakland club, Mrs. John Floy. Lake View club, Mrs. Lyle Stevens 1:30. Chapter AQ, Iowa TTT society, Mrs W. H. Duesenberg, South Shore. Brownies 4-1; Girl Scout troop 6 junior high building, 4. Football game. Clear Lake reserve* vs Roosevelt junior high. Lloni field, 4 Cub Scouts den 2, Flying Eagle*, Mrs Charles Davis: Tomachlcka, den 9, Mrs M. L. Knutson: Indians, den 8, Mrs Tom Wnod, 4:15. Dnughters of American Revolution Mr*. L. C. Stuart, 720 S. Shore Drive 7:30. Orrler of DeMolay, Masonic Temple 7:30. O. H. Bridge club, Mrs. Robert Webb 222 Holt street. R. v. F. W. Auxiliary, clubrooms, ft. Happy Hustlers 4-H club, Dean Crat Udge, 8. I DAY AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. 14 STARTING AT 1:30 P. M. We had a very active sale last week. Bring your livestock to Kanawha. We will sell whatever you consign and you will be pleased. Many buyers at every auction. Sale held every Friday afternoon starting at 1:30. Come early and look over the consignments. Visit with your neighbors and friends. You can profit by being here. If you have livestock to sell, it will pay you to see or call us. Let us tell you .all about the current market. H.Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager CATTLE For Sale 1900 good quality Hereford steer and heifer calves, weight 250 to 450 Ibs. 500 good quality Hereford yearling steen and heifers, weight 600 to 800 Ibs. 300 good quality 1150 Ibs. Hereford steers, weight 900 to -aye, Harmony, Minn., clocks at pillville, the smallest church in he world at Festina and the Dairy Battle Congress at Waterloo. Busy Bee club will hold a guest [ay bazar at Legion hall Friday at ! p. m. Mmes. Adolpb and Will Hollatz are hostesses. Miss Alta Elston returned Tues- lay from Mason City where she lad spent a week at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. •md Mrs. Arthur L. Emmert. uests there Wednesday and Thursday were Miss Florence uinter, Elroy, 111., and Mrs. Edith Wieman, German Valley, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Markworth and daughters, Betty Lou and Ida, attended the funeral of VIrs. Melvin Alborn and son, Danny, killed in an auto accident "n South Dakota last week, at Earner Monday morning. Merriment club, scheduled at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Meckstroth Tuesday, was postponed a week because of communication difficulties. Mrs. G. Wendell Wllcox returned Tuesday from a short trip to Omaha, Nebr. She was accompanied home by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wayne Wilcox, and daughter, Janelle, Council Bluffs, to spend a few days. Mrs. C. E. Mclchcr, vice director of the 3rd district; Mrs. C. A. Knutson, chairman of religious emphasis, Iowa Federatedv Women's clubs; and Mmes. W. H. Bishop, M. P. Hughes, George Ur- batch and D. L. Rowson attended the 3rd district convention of I. F. W. C. at Cresco Tuesday. They report about 300 attending. Mrs. Knutson held a workshop on her work. Reinbeck will be hostess in 1950. Mrs. W. C. Klmball and daughters; Mrs. Harold Amundson and Mrs. Myron Xuhn, Deer Park, Wis., returned home Tuesday after spending 3 days at the home of Mrs. H. C. Hansen, 205 S. Oak street. 100 Hereford feeding cows. CATTLE ARE AT OUR YARD IN MANLY Oswald Strand&Son Manly, Iowa CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors who sent cards, flowers or gifts during my stay in Park hospital. All helped to speed my recovery, f Mrs. Sherman Hanna __ Livestock AUCTION Friday, October 14 — 12:00 Noon 500 CATTLE STOCK CATTLE 100 Young Hereford Feeding Cows, weight 900 Ibs. 70 Hereford Yearling Heifers, weight 600 Ibs. 50 Hereford Sleer Calves, weight 400 Ibs., suitable for club calves. 60 Hereford Yearling Steers, weight 700 Ibs. 25 Native Shorthorn Steen, weight 800 Ibs. And many consignments of Native Cattle not listed. FAT CATTLE 30 Steer and Heifer Yearlings, weight 850 Ibs., corn fed. 15 Fat Steers, weight 1100 Ibs. And many consignments of odd lot*. DAIRY CATTLE 12 Holstein Springing' Cows and Heifers from one herd. 7 Shorthorn Springing Heifers from one herd and many others. The demand is very good for good springing cows and heifers. HOGS Special Consignment—39 Feeder Pigs, averaging 80 Ibo. NOTICE: We sell replacement cattle at private sale erery d»7 of the week. We finance tlwM cattle if desired by We appreciate your consignment*, C«nftirn yovr livestock to the CLFAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY fer prompt sale and complete satisfaction. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO.

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