Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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'BUY BETTER Df AMM" AMIS DAILY TUBUVE.T!lfE& AMIS. IOWA, THURSDAY, AUOU8T 10, 1933. FKtiCJKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WELL TRY THAT SWIM 1 vou eerrea ACBOSS THE LAKE A6AIM \ MOT, RED/ ftOMdU»e;WMftN I 6CT ) YOU HAD MORE USED TO THE COLO < A CLO*t WATER, Pl»Cr....«O*Hf THAT \ CALL THAT WA5 AM AWFUL CHAMP 1 HAD/ I THIMK. FftCCKLES 15 BtfcHT-THG. WAY ME. PULLED YOU OUT WA& 5IMPLY HeRQtC 1 ' LOVED THAT/.' WANTED: TO GET IN TOUCH j F^ft with local person driving to St. cucumbers, peppers eg? plant Louis soon. Share expense. Box j cabbage, carrots, beets, etc. C»n 2663 Tribune. 4—Strayed, Lost, round )St": I now while tomatoes ar« good. i Everts. House 408-J. Store 490. COCLIE spotted white. Answers "Laddie." Reward. Call Tommy Trow. 2055-W. 2928 Lincoln way. 8—Antomobihw. Tracks for tele \See the new Dodge $595.00 and up, F. O. B. factory. W. H. Nutty Garage Dodge - FOR SALE: TOMATOES FOR canning. No. 1—75c bu.; No. 2— 50c bu. Free delivery. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. SPECIAL OFFER: CUCUMBERS, fresh choice, bushel 75c. H. T. Farrar. Phone 24F5. TOMATOES AND CUCUMBERS at 910 Lincoln way. 939-W. Take a Ton o£ Bricks WCLL, I'M GOING IM AKJD 6ET OPE55ED — I'LL SEE YOU BOYS, LATER &EE-I5WT SHE SOME KID 1 SHE'S INTERESTED IM ME, FReCKLE& ~ YOU COULD TELL BY THE WAY SHE. TALKED, COUtDNT YOU? YEAH — BUT OOWT 60 6ETTIW' CHAXV OVER AJ 6I»L MOW, JUS.T. BECAUSE. SHE TALKS TO ' YOU! FAOIttYBN BSSM^BHBBMBBBl By BloMer THAT CRACK. SHE MADE ABOUT YOU BEING HEROIC.' OVA S'POSESHt MEANT THAT? HUH? DO YOU? LOOKS I LIKE. BED IS BEGINNING TO6ET A CASE OM PRETTY PAT , KINGSTON V>M'N POP This Is Why Chick's Worried By Cowan Plymouth 62—Fruit j SPRAYED, HAM* ficK^D DUO ess apples. $1.25 basket. Oldtmoblle south Ontario. G3F3. 1926 Chrysler Coach $50 1930 Chevrolet Sedan with trunk, j 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Hudson , . Sedan 1930 Pontlac 'Coup* 2—1926 Chevrolet Sedans 1931 International Truck Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers . Phont 395 5th & Oouglu I LINCOLN SEDAN Very good, cheap '21 Buick coupe, like new. '28 Durant 75 fedan, reasonable. International pickup truck, new, big discount. MAX DTJITCH AUTO EXOH. Phone 1000 323 5th 64—Hotuehold Good* 1933 Ford V-8 De Luxe Coupe Complete with Radio. Regular price $723.00. Only 6000 miles. Special this week $525.00 '29 Ford Standard Coupe—$148.00 •29 Ford Sport Coupe $145.00 Mathison Motor Co. PLYMOUTH Look at and drive all three. Get your money's •worth. Cliff Roberson Garage About 15 City Gat Stoves and Ranges $2.75 to $8.75 About 12 Good Used Kerosene Stoves $3.00 to $6.50 2 good used coal range*, guaranteed $15.00-118.00 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. Phone 685 Used Electric Washing Machine copper tub $10- Christensen Hdwe. Phone 12 125 Main 76—For Sale, Miscellaneous RANGE, USED SIX MONTHS. Sewing machine, dining, living and bedroom furniture. 1012 Wilson avenue. Phone 34 412 Burnett 192S CHEVROLET COACH FOR sale. New rubber, new battery, new brakes, good for several years. Call 2102 Ames. 70—Wanted, Miscellaneous VvAWTfcJJ TO BUY OR TRADE for old buildings to wreck. Write 2652 Tribune. 79—Poultry toe S*le POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs 17c per Ib. Young fat hens ...12c " " No charge for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 485. 7—Aato Repairs WE FIX THEM OR They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 Lfnecfnwiy Phont 910 12—Beauty Service PRICES ADVANCE MONDAY. Get your $2.50 permanent now. Allene's Beauty Shop. Phone 427. 13—Business Service Offered WHITE ROCK FRI'OS, MILK FED 2% to 4 pounds. No charge for dressing and dplirery Phnnp 371-J. $€0 VACATION MONEY M W* POCKET. CHICK WSKT TO LUNCH WtH HANK. A STRANGE GIR.U SHORTLY JC!f ; F.DTH£M. CALLED BYTELEPHONt. LOOK,'SHE'S FALLEN INTO LAP 1 . V/HAT A SCANDAL 1 .! EXTMO*NJN!5 HI* LUNCHEON C6MPAMIOM HAD BEEM ARRSST6D» .AMD CHICK VYAS LEFT XlOMS WITH THE STRAM&EB..AMISS 60WDY. IT'S CHICK', «0 HC 1 ? RUNNING ABOUND. GLN3VS « «UCH * NCE GIRL '.»• HELLO, KAHK 1 . \ H«/£NT SEEN "<OU »NCE OOtS BW I HAVE UINCH YOU? VCS.IVWETW «ea«'m< VCST.WHAT A fcCATK GOING TO OOSMLY, HER CHAIR SLIPPED AND SHE FELL INTO CHICK'S LAP. MICK TALKED FREELV ABOUT MIS VACATION PUNS. MO THE GIRL SKMSD VERY INTERESTED. *f HEM MISS TUFT; AND WICK THAT Hl£ 460 WAS MISSING. NEI6WBOTS SAW THE WHOLE AFFAIR... AND PROMPTLY PORMEO AW OPINION, 8T NtA SEBVlCt 1NC4MCG. U. S. PAT. OFF. , 9 ALLEY OOP A Meal Ticket THAT'S CLOSERS WANT TO COfAE COME O FELLA LITTLE BREAK FOf ALLEY OOP ! EATS// DINOSAUR'S DINNER. e tf9 fr NCA snvtet. me. very cold water (iced it possible) Hoiue* for Rent with a Itttlfe salt added. Not over FOR RENT: SIX ROOM MODERN house. Reasonable. Good location Phone 1444-J. 84—Housekeeping Rooms 2 FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSE- keeping rooms, also room and kitchenette. 95S-W. FIVE RQOM MODERN, FTJRN- ished bungalow; Sot wate"r heat. Garage. Write 2661 Tribune. ONE HOUSE AND TWO FIJRN- Ifihed apartments. 1564-W. • 85—Apartments, F1AU 98—Farms & Lands for Sale CALL486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, cleaa, neat, convenient, priced right Chas. Miller, 132 Hajrvvood Ar& FOR RENT: APARTMENT. FIVE room duplex, newly decorated, heat and water furnished. Glassed in front porch. 621 Fifth. FOR RENT: THREE ROOM FIRST floor apartment 317 Ninth street. Phone 1366. Reasonably priced. Near campus. 117 Stanton. AfAKTMBNTSANUMOUKKN bungalow for rent Little Broth; ers, ? 322 I'ifiit Phone 19$. THREE ROOM FURNISHED OR unfurnished apt. Private. bath— I entrance. Call 1761. Furnaces Cleaned! Lei us clean your furnace now with our new Super Suction Sy* tern. Guaranteed Batisfaction at ATTRACTIVE APARTMENT. a low cost. Phone 662 A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop '19 E. Seventh Upholstering Refinishing Repairing Little Furniture Shop Phone 114—231^ Main Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cieaned. Eve trough work. Farm For-Sale Fine 160 acre farm. Good improve' " "4 miJei Iowa State 185.00 per acre. ments, within college, only Terms. Lynch & Ash FOH SALE OR TRADE: TEN acrt trtfit.and truck land located in Marlon county. Fla.. close to good town. Will sell reasonable or will consider trade.—Oliver F. Kellogg. S13 Duff Ave.. Ames. CHICAGO <ttfi)—Livestock: HOGS: 16,000, including 6,000 directs. Moderately active, generally 10 cents higher. 200 to 250 Ibs., $4. .70. Top |175. 250 104—Swap Ads TRADE: tiXCMLLENT BED, DE- luxe springs, felted mattress, for 2 single beds.'Phone C03-W. FOR SALE: PRO PER TY AT 224 Washington. See Mrs. Clapp. APARTMENT FOR RENT: FURN- ished or unfurnished 3 rooms. Call 1809. 622 Douglas. FOR RENT: ATTRACTIVE FOUR room heated apartment. Douglas. Phone 1272. 512 F. A. Gould ONE TWO ROOM AND ONE three room apartment. 412 Main. Call 560-W. ROOM AND KITCHENETTE. 309 Seventh. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. TWO FURNISHED APTS. WITH Phone 527-J 312 Main St. I garages. 939-W. C. E. SUCHER Paints and Papers Phone 1482-J Contracting 726 Carroll PIANO TUNING: FINEST WORK- manshlp. 0. i. Fey, 403 Lincoln way. Phone 233S. AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE Phone 2061. 27—Work Wanted, Female *6—Wanted, Rooms or Board 1. v iiN ISHED THREE OR four room apartment. Near college or downtown. Phone 2042. WANTED: 4 OR 5 ROOM APART- ment. Call Hazel Hickle at. 2400 by 3 o'clock. Robert Orville Wright Robert Orville Wright was born Feb. 15th, 1916, at Buffalo Center, Iowa, and died at Mary Greeley hospital, Ames, on Aug. 8th, 1933, at the age of 17 years, 5 months and 24 days. With his parents, he moved to Ames during the summer of 1921 and began his school career, at Welch school, later enrolling in Central. junior high and, at the time of "his death, was a member of 'the senior class of the Ames high school. He was much interested in Boy Scout work aBd hid taken, until recently, an active part in all- their undertakings. Ho was elected to the rank of Life Scout at the age of 16. He also took part in school athletics; wrestling, football, track and tennis. He was a member of the Ames Hi-Y organization. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wright, of 907 Clarke avenue, and two brothers. TWO GIRLS WANT ROOM AND board with widow or middle aged couple. Write 2662 Tribune. WANTED: GENERAL H o"tfs E work of all kinds. Good, clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward, 2Ec per hour Call 2034. 81)—Business 1'laces for. Rent Fu "- SMALL STORE 38—Work Wanied. Male WANTED: FALL PLOWING with tractor. Walter Paulson 49F21. 36—Seeds SEKl). io'E, «5c BUSHEL. JOHN ft I—Garden Produce FOR SALK: CUCUMBERS, ALL l(z«*. Phone 22F2. building on campu . Call OS—Houses tor Sale FOR SALE: MOUBK.N HOU'Sk !•> Gilbert. Five rooms and bath, full basement, double garage. Six miles from college on good roads. Cheap taxes. $2,500. H, R. Martin, Gilbert, In, Phone 46. THREE BKDROOV HOUSE. IN best condition. Oarage. Inquire 323 Sixth street. Burnell of Decorah, Richard at home. Iowa, and Card of thanks W* wish to extend our deep appreciation to the many kind friends who rendered us assistance and service in our lecent bereavement in the loss of our son and brother. Also for the beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wright and sons, Burneil and Richard. - Kovno Deceived KOVNO, Lithuania (U.R>— Kov- no police have had a busy time chasing newsboys, who do not hesitate to call out non-existent headlines and sensational stories, Recently have been a number of popular street journals, which appear at a ridiculously low price. The youngsters re- to 290 Ibs., ?4.25@?4.60. 140 to 190 Ibs,, $3.75@$4.65. Bulk packing ows $3,40@$3.75. Lifjht ligtit, 140 to 160 Ibs., good: and choice, §3.75@ 14.00; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $4.20©|4.70; medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, |4.55@|4.75; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $3.S5(§>$4.-60; .packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, ?3.10@$3.85; slaughter pigs, 100 to j 130 Ibs., good and choice, $2.S5@ 13.75. , CATTLE: 5,500, calves 1,500. Fed steers and yearlings strong to 25 cents higher; Market generally 25 to 40 cents higher than Tuesday's low time. Inbetween grades predominating best weighty steers $7.15. Long yearlings ?7.10. Cows and bulli slow and steady vealers very scarce and stroa- |5.50@?7.00. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 5.50 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.75@$7.25; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.75@$7.40; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., gooC and choice, $5.75<g>??.50; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., and choice $5.50®J7.50; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium. $3.00@ ?5.75. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.75,®$6.50: common and medium, |2.75@$4.75. Cows, good, "$3.50@$4.75: common and medium $2.50@?3.50; ( low cutter and cutter, $1.50<fi'$2.50. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3.25@$4.00; cutter, common and medium $2.75<??S3.50. Vealers. good and choice. $6.00ff?$7.00; medium, $5.00(?t)S6.00; cull and common, $3.50@|5.00. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs., gooc and choice, ?4.50(^?5.50: common and medium. S3.00@$4,50. SHEEP: 1.000. Lambs strong to 25 cents higher. Desirable natives ?8.25fi)?8.50. Best natives and westerns held above $7.75. Three car strings of Idahos straight at SS.25. Asking higher for decreased supply yearlings. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs. 90 Ibs. down, good and choice $7.50(75>?8.75; common and medium $4.50<??>$7.75. Ewes. CHICAGO W.E)—Grain Open High Low Close WHEAT: May 107% 309% .106% 107% Sept. Dec. 101 . 104% CORN: May Sept. Dec. 59% - OATS: May Sept. Dec. RYE: May 41% 44 & 102% 105% 66% 56%. 61V4 .'" X 47% 41% 44% 86% 76% S2 BARLEY': Sept. May Sept. Dec. 58^4 77 S2% 54% 59% 100% 103% 65 55 59% 46% 40% 43% 35% 75% 100% 103% 65 55 59% 46% 41 43% 53% 58% 75% SI 63 53% 58% Today's Markets | Price* bid by local dealer* """"^^ " f l ^ """""' ~ *• " No. 2 corn 41c Ear corn 39c Oats so Hogs |3.80 Cream, sweet 21%c Cream, sour 19%c Eggs, No. 1 12c Eggs, No. 2 7 C Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and up ...8c Heavy hens under 4% Iba. and leghorns 6t Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over I2c Heavy breed springs, under • 4 Ibs Leghorn springs sc All roosters 4 All number two.", two cents less. DETROIT '(U.E)—With only four teame remaining in the Union Printers' International baseball tournament, the unbeaten Washington nine, defending champions, was favored Thursday to retain its title. The champions defeated New York, 9 to 3, Wednesday to keep their record of unbroken victories intact. ... Detroit stayed in the tournament by eliminating Cleveland, 17 to 8. Twin Cities landed on two Chicago pitchers for 20 hits and a, 12 to 2 victory, eliminating the Illinois team. Washington meets Detroit and Cities plays New York in the Thursday games. |K| New York Stocks Close Today NEW YORK (U.E) — Folldwing re Thursday's closing bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can 86 V4 American Locomotive 12 American T. and T 12 American Tobacco B --87ij. Anaconda 17% Atchison, T. & S. F. Bethlehem Steel & N. W. Com. •61% •40% to 150 Ibs.. good and choice S7)S3.00: all wta.. common and me dium es. M I XL * *• w - com n % . $1.25 Chrysler 38% TOR SALE OR LBASE: FURNI- o.enlly sold out In record time ture, fixtures and lease of good |by calling "Hitler Hangs S«lf," 1 flwlTiR before an enroled public whfn It Irnnsplrfd thM Ihn edition contained no. story of any <:!ub houso. Near campus. Write i'fiStl Tribune. FOR RKNT: HoUsi* FUKtflS or uufuruiahcd. Call 486-J. jklnd about Hitler. PRODUCE '1 l- —..., ^ gf CHICAGO (U.E)— Livestock: EQOS: Market steady, unchanged to %c higher; receipts 9,021 cases; extra firsts 13@13%; firsts 12%@13; current receipts 11^12; dirties 9%. BUTTER: Market steady, unchanged; receipts 13,177 tubs; spe- iala 20@20%; extras 19%; extra irsts 18% ©19; firsts 17% (ft IS; seconds 16%@17; standards 19%. POULTRY: Market steady; receipts S3 trucks; fowls 10%@12; springers 10%; broilers 8; leghorns 7@9%; ducks 7(f?S; gf-^so lOlrMl: turkeys 7; rooriers ll(f?<12: URhoni broilers 11*5)16. CHEESE: Twlna, POTATOES: Oo inuik 120; »r- rivals dull, shipments 351; market Corn Products S3 DuPont 75% General Elect.'ic .. 24% General Motors 31% International Harvester 36% Montgomery Ward 24% N«w York Centra) 45% Pennsylvania R. R. Sears-Roebuck Standard Oil of X. .1. ---- 35% ...... 39 ...36% Studebaker ____ ............ 5% U. S. Rubber .............. 18% U. 8. Steel ................. 54 WestlnghotiBfi Electric ...... 44% Standard Oil r»f Ind Cities Service .30 Dairy Production Short HAiRRISBURC. P«- 'lf.P>— Dairy production In P^nnsylvnnia falls 200,000.000 pounds sliort of the amount needed annually to sup- Ply the state's demand. A survey showed that tlu l in the «t«ie proxlma'tos 4,v.*o.0!)0,(»00 pounds. Milk production, iwwr, totals of only nllpr'- pouudn. than 4,ROO,COO,. Everett Scott to Watch Lou Gehrig Break His Record ST. LOUIS," OLE)—Everett Scott, former Red Sox and Yankee holder of the world's record for consecutive major league baseball games played—1,307—will be invited to witness the game betwpen the Yankees and the Browfcs next Tuesday when Lou GGehrig will break the record, barring any postpoumsnts or mishaps. Scott, operator of a bowling alley in Fort Wayne, Ind., set his record May 6, 1925. Gehrig began his string June 6 of the same- year. In event Gehrig does break his record, Taylor Spinks, publisher Of sporting news, will present the Yankee home run fctar with a silver loving cup. from the tree. a teaspoonfu] to th« gallon, as they are peeled and quartered. Add to a very heavy syrup after they have been well drained, and cook very slowly, not allowing them to strike the boil, until Clear looking. If a lemon is sliced with each- gallon of apples it is an im- prevement for many tastes. The object in slow cooking, is to leave th« pieces as whole as possible. Some do not peel them. Getting about time to can peach- es.if they do not remain prohibitively high. It was reported last week that a syndicate had bought up all the available peaches, and that would cause them to be high. HONOLULU. T. H. (ttE)—Navy divers Thursday hunted in the sea off Fort Wheeler for wreckage of a plane that carried five navy aviators to death. The bodj of one was recovered. Machinist's Mate M. A. Tuf was the sole survivor. He was taken from the water by a speedboat. Victims were Lieut. C. P. Hill chief pilot. Washington. D. C.; Lieut. T. G. Marshall of Long Beach, Cal.; C. C. Stewart, aviation machinist's mate of Dallas, Tex.; V. C. Hovey, radio operator of Kingman. Kan.; Seaman S. B. Pitt of Athens, 0. Lieutenant Hill lost control of the plane when a section of fabric was torn from the tall. Tuft said. Horses Seek Distant Coral GOFF. Kan. d'.R)— The call of the old stamping,grounds proved too strong for David Potts' saddle lorse and pony colt. Both left heir residonro at. the Potts farm o travel ISO miles away to their first coral. Farm Comment By MRS £ 0. (ConllnnJrl from f»«|o Fi>ur) . or ]>iv srrvi.". To prtti'yve them tli^y sliL'uld be dropped In Time Will tell. Manj\ of the usual peach districts do not have 'much of a crop, and of course that helps to keep prices up. Canned ones do not seem so very high yet. An Ames man who visited the Illinois corn growing section says that there are vast acreages planted to corn, which is just coming up good (or was last week). That is partly due to the cold, wet. late spring, partly to poor seed and partly the effects of the drouth. Anyway, some of the best corn growing land in Illinois -stands little chance of maturing a crop. No crop rsduction will be needed there,- it would seem. What a pleasure it is ' to drive thru the country, and see "Well tended crops, clean fields and clean roadsides. All unlawful weeds are supposed to be cut and burned before Aug. 15, I believe. Anyway they should be. Why have weeds growing on land which. should raise something useful to man a d beast? Many of our newer grades are made in such a way that it is difficult or impossible to mow them with a machine, kost farmers dislike to use a scythe because of the extra time and strength required. It sesms that the roads could be worked in such a way and the telephone and power poles so arranged that all roadsides' might be mowed with a machine. Then how we-11 they would look, and how much that would hs-lp in keeping snow from drifting on th/ grades. Cook right in the pie. 4-H AIKELLEYISIEK The first 4-H poultry da,y for study of types, show ring selection and judging of poultry was field at Kelley, Monday, with W. R. Wfiit- field, extension specialist, conducting the meeting. Sixteen members were present for the meeting. The club members had a hundred birds to use for their work. From the group of poultry members present, a judging team will be selected to represent Story county at the state fair. Marshall Grosscup, vocational agriculture instructor at Collins, was present with several club members. This meeting proved to b& quite successful and will' probably be made an annual affair for the poultry club members of ths county. The question. "Do sulphered apples satisfy fastidious folks." or words to that effect, is continually being asked me. I take this means of answering them. Yes, fastidious folks more than anyone else, perhaps, appreciate the fact that apples right off the tree, summer apples which cook so easily in pies or sauce, may be carried right thru the winter in a natural state. Onu may dip apples from a stone jar. in January or June, which will cook and taste Horse Driven Thresher Boone 4-H Show Sight BOONE—The 4-H Achievement show this year, will bring back memories of .earlier harvest days when an old-fashioned horse power " threshing machine will demonstrate to the youth how grain was threshed many years ago. This will be a feature of the afternoon program, Aug. 23. Arrangements were made this week with J. W. Miller, who lives about six or seven miles south of Boone in Marcy township to hava the machine brot to the show. This machine has been in operation for almost 40 years, and was used by Mr. Miller only two or three years ago. It is in good condition, having been well housed when not in use. The power for threshing is furnished by 12 horses. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP LETTING The Board of Education of the Independent School District of Ames, lowa. will receive bids until 7 o'clock p. m. on Monday. August 14. on furnishing and installing one Steel, Low Pressure Heating Boiler In the boiler room or the Lincoln School Building. The successful bidder will be required to furnish an approved surety of performance bond for 75 7« of the contract amount. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids Detailed specifications and arrangements for inspection of Lincoln School can be secured by applying to the Secretary of the Board oif Education. Dated August 3. 1933. FRANK B. HOtt'ELU Sec'y ponrd of Education. Published In the Ame* Dniiy TrlMune-Tlrrifs Ann. 3. 10 1933 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF HEAKING OX KSTABUSHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY HOAD DISTRICT Notice Is hereby clven that there has boon filed In the office of th« county Auditor of Story County, a petition for the establishment of «. District for surfacing the following described secondary roads- 8e»fin- nln^ ,-it the V, !- 4 corner of Section J7-S3-1N. and run* fast f>nt half mil* nlons tho center llnp of Section 27-S3-24, thence south on* half mile on th« i-entrr lln(\ of Sei?Mon 27-SS-21. nnd IR on<- mile In !«ni;th. Snl(i roads to be *urfnr«d with crav^I. Said District to Include tha followin« d*»crlb«<J real SuhOlvUlon Section Township a Nft'i sw, 24 :t 21 OWXER K. K. Allon Thoman .\t«r«in«-y n^,<m*« o. KiM)> N \Vt.J s (•:>., K'., N\V, S.I "4 .4 John M. Hicks Ttu»m«» Maroney Ruchel Nclmin I'nlon ,V,»ti,,tml Hank. Am.-! I'nlrtn Xitilonul Hunk Anu» petition will eomt on for h^arlni; beforn th« nonril of H-.;p«n l»ort M (heir offlrf In thf court Houxn in \>\'»rt». town. »t i no o'clock p m. nn the :'2nrt i1;>y of Au*ui>t IS33. *t whicii time .iii (<r<ijir S»K I A J". In the A:uui Dally lriliun<"TI/w» BYRON DH.KIT.Y I iVintv f in'Jii'. i 10 nod II, is.

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