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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Photo by Warren CAMPING AT CLEAR LAKE—Fifty-one Worth county 4-H club girls registered at P. M. park, Clear Lake, Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Miss Clara Luther and Mrs. Dorothy Barenger of the Ames extension service ar* in charge of recreation and nature study re- apectively. Miss Ruth Lund, Northwood, is swimming instructor and Miss Andrena Hanson, Northwood, is in charge of handicrafts. Mrs. Byron Ness is chairman. Mary Marie Linter, who was chosen to represent Worth county at Camp Matigwa near Boone, spoke to the girls Tuesday. Five leaders act as mothers, each having 10 girls under her care. The girls take turns on K P. duty but have plenty of time for morning hikes, nature talks, craft work and swimming. "Extra" pleasures of the camp were a ride on the Princess, roller skating at Bayside and a picnic supper Tuesday evening. Worth county is one of the few Iowa counties having an organized camp. Pass Tests in Water Safety 3 Meet Requirements for R. C. Certificates Clear Lake—The ith week of the Red Cross water safety program ended Saturday, with classes maintaining near regular attendance in spite of sudden changes in temperature. Three members of the advanced swimming class, Betty Hertig, Eileen Dunn and Joe Barlow, completed requirements for the Red Cross certificate. . Their tests included proficiency in 8 different strokes, 5-minute float, a 30-minute continuous swim, and a junior ,or senior life saving certificate. Make Progress In the beginners classes Faye Passon, Connie Hanna, Nancy Noll, Don Christiansen (Thornton) and Bob Saliger made outstanding progress. Among the classes from Klemme and Garner Allen Newberger, Donald Thiemann, Mary Tyler, Dolores Holmes and Allen Willie have passed the greatest number of tests toward earning Red Cross certificates. Signs Erected The Misses Betty Burns, Beth Rice and Ann Strickland are the Red Cross water safety instructors. Two signs have been erected, limiting the beach area 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. for taking instruction. from those 4-H Girls Give Program for Farm Bureau Clear Lake—"Giggling Ghosts," a one-act play, was presented by Daughters of the Land 4-H club girls for the program of Clear Lake Township Farm Bureau at City hall Tuesday evening. The cast of characters included Eunice Ax as Fred, Connie Albers as Marion, Luella Roesndahl as Jane, i Verla Toppin as Steve, Joyce Olson as Johnny, Jackie Weydert as Peg and B'Ann Stork as Ginger. Susan Ax gave a tap dance, Connie Albers a saxaphone solo and Jackie Weydert sang "Bells of St. Mary." Each was accompanied by Luella Rosendahl who also played a piano solo. Eunice Ax reported on the 4-H club conven- Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lang left Tuesday for a vacation trip to Washington, D. C., and other points in the east. They will be away 2 weeks. Kitchen Help wanted—Male or female. Witke's Cafe. Royal Neighbors of America meet at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening at 8. Officers are to practice during the camp session. Wanted: Lady for Confection Shoppe. Evening and Sunday work. References required. Apply Lake Theater. Mrs. Fred Hollatz, Jr., who entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday, underwent a major operation Wednesday morning. After being ill at her home a few days, Mrs. Jane Griffith, 511 S. 4th street, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday for observation and care. Ladies Double C club held a picnic in City park Tuesday evening and spent the time in visiting and discussing assigned topics. The next meeting is Aug. 17 where a picnic will be held in the Ralph Ott yard. Frank Dawson, Clear Lake, registered a 6 pound 9J ounce walleye at Clark's Sport and Hobby Shop Monday afternoon. It was caught at 3 a. m. Monday morning. W. Parsons, 1705 Delaware avenue N. E., Mason City, registered a 5J pound northern pike at Satter's Sporting Goods Monday. Norma Jean Coffin, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coffin, 1030 S. 4th street, underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday. Her condition is reported good. Mrs. O. J. Pierce entertained the Happy Eight Card club Tues- Will Entertain State Firemen Lake Volunteers to Be Hosts Sept. 21 ,12 Clear Lake—Plans to entertain the Iowa Fireman's convention at the All Veterans Social Center Sept. 21 and 22 were made at a session of the Clear Lake volunteer fire department at City hall Monday evening. Keith McGowan, local fire chief, states that from 500 to 600 men are expected to attend and that programs and demonstrations will be held on First street just west of City park. Among those expected to attend are John Strom, state fire marshall, Des Moines; Dean Rog- ers.president of the Iowa Firemen's association, Corning; Carl Fuchs, secretary of the Iowa Fireman's association, Des Moines, and Robert Byrus, head of Iowa State college extension service, Ames. Special speakers will appear on the program and tickets will soon go on sale for a firemen's ball at the Surf ballroom, a special entertainment feature for the guests. Selling Tickets for Broadcast • Committee Reserves for Barn Dance Frolic Clear Lake—A check made late Tuesday revealed that about 500 reserved seat tickets for the broadcast of the Iowa Barn Dance Frolic still remain unsold. The broadcast will originate from Clear Lake's famous stage on the lake at 8 p. m., Aug. 7 during the Governor's Days celebration. These tickets are the reserved seats that entitle holders to witness the actual broadcast, rain or shine. In the event of rain, the broadcast will originate from the Cleai Lake high school auditorium and holders 'of reserved seat tickets will be the only ones admitted. They are now on sale at Callanan's Smoke Shop, Globe-Gazette, Chamber of Commerce office, Clear Lake Mirror, Clear Lake Reporter, Carnes Gift Shop, Park Corner, Hughes Brothers Standard Service' and the Ventura State bank at Ventura. Housing Needed Elsewhere the housing committee of the Chamber of Commerce is busy attempting to locate accommodations for all distinguished guests. Indications point to the largest number of visiting dignitaries in recent years. People of Clear Lake and vicinity who have not been contacted concerning accommodations in their homes and who can take care of one or more guests in their homes on the night of Aug. 7 are requested to get in touch with the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce office. Many rooms are needed. People donating rooms do not serve meals to their guests. Another outstanding feature of Governor's Days events will be a fireworks display following the Sunday night show. It has not been the practice in the past to have fireworks during Governor's Days but the display during the July 4 celebration was such a success that the committee decided to keep the fireworks raft intact and fire another display. The fireworks will follow the Sunday night show which incidentally is Barnes-Carruthers "Melody Time Revue" featuring some of the most outstanding musical and vaudeville acts on the stage today. There will be advance sale of tickets for this production. Tickets may be purchased at the gate. WILL WED AT AMES—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfred, Clear Lake, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, to Nelson D. Cushman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton L. Cushman, Kalamazoo, Mich. The wedding will take place in the Collegiate Methodist church at Ames at 2 o'clock Aug. 1Z. Mr. Cushmaii will be a senior student in climatology at Iowa State college, Ames, this fall and Mrs. Cushman, who taught vocational homemaking at Forest City last year and has taught rural schools in Floyd county and 2 years in Ventura Consolidated school, will teach in a consolidated school near Ames. The couple will reside at 163 Highland avenue, Ames. Woman Fined for Failure on Agreement Cresco — Gladys Gleason, alias Georgia Valentine, was fined $200 in district court Tuesday when she pleaded guilty before Judge G. B. Richter to obtaining money by false pretenses. It was further ordered that she pay the costs of the action in- eluding- cost of extradition, amounting to $191.50 and in default of payment of fine and costs that she be imprisoned in the women's reformatory at Rockwell City. Both amounts were paid and the woman left town immediately after the trial. She had her 17 year old daughter with her. The judge set bond on appeal at $1,000. The woman had been housed in the county jail in Cresco since Sunday when Sheriff Percy Haven brought her here from Bismarck, N. Dak. She was apprehended in that state after she failed to make good her agreement with Howard Foote, storekeeper at Davis Corner, 9 miles west of Cresco. She sold Foote a bill of lacquer varnish for which Foote paid her with the understanding that she would send out a crew of women to demonstrate and sell the product. In restitution to Foote, she gave a mortgage on her station wagon which was driven to Cresco by Foote who had accompanied Sheriff Haven to Bismarck. Additional Social Security Numbers Mean Grief—Goldman Two heads are better than one, says the proverb, but the social security administration points out that 2 social security numbers, like too many cooks, may spoil the broth. "When you multiply your social security account numbers, you stand a good chance of dividing your future benefits," John R. Goldman, manager of the Mason office, said City social security Wednesday. , Only wagesljposted to the account of the worker involved are considered when a claim is filed. Unless the applicant can furnish a record of all account numbers he has used, some wages on which he has paid social security taxes won't be counted. Goldman said that every effort is made to combine all the worker's accounts. Even so, in many cases, the amount of benefit is July II, 1MB 17, Ma*on City Gl»b«-GM«tt«, Mti«n City, U. W. Mclaughlin Services Held Burial at Richland Center, Wisconsin Funeral services for William John McLaughlin, 76, former resident of Mason City, who died at Dubuque Saturday, were held at St Mary's Catholic church at Richland Center, Wis., Monday. Mr. McLaughlin was born at Milwaukee, Wis., July 12, 1872. He aught school in Richland county, Wis., and in Iowa. Later he was employed by the Chicago and North Western railway for 35 years in Mason City. He was a member of the Order of Railway Telegraphers. Surviving are a son, Allen McLaughlin, Davenport; a sister, Mrs. Plan Plans are Boat Races also going forward day afternoon with Mrs. H. Ehrreich as guest. Prizes A. were won by Mrs. Ehrreich and Mrs. Hans Hansen. The club will hold a potluck Aug. 3. Boy Scout troop 75 met Monday evening at Dr. R. W. Peterson's office for their check-up. The boys go to Camp Roosevelt July 25 for a week. tion at Ames. A skit, "He Didn't Propose," closed the program. Beverly Byerly was Isabel; Eunice Ax, Frank; Luella Rosendahl, Pa; B'Ann Stork, Ma; Barbara Masset, Josie, and Verla Toppin, Ned. Beverly Byerly arranged the program and introduced the characters. Refreshments were served at the close. The next meeting is Sept. 21. * + » LOYAL QUEENS PLAN PROGRAM Loyal Queens 4-H club met at the home of Joan Miles Tuesday evening to practice the program to be given at Lakeside church for Union Township Farm Bureau July 28. Plans were also made for the club camp Aug. 9 to 16. The girls have rented a cottage on the north shore. A special meeting was planned at the home of Lucille Grattidge Thursday for more program practice. Lois Schmitz is hostess Aug. 17. * * * MOVIES SHOWN GN 'TARM SAFETY" Moving pictures on "Farm Safety" were shown by the highway patrol for the program of Lincoln Township Farm Bureau at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fulghum, Jr., Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fred Luker of Grant township gave a couple of readings and Marion Olson and Mrs. Edward DeGraw, led a discussion of international relations and general public problems. The program was arranged by Messrs, and Mmes. Fulghum and DeGraw. The next meeting is Aug. 26 at the W. S. Fulghum, Sr., home with the program in charge of the Boys' 4-H club. 3 Memorial Books Given by Anderson Clear Lake—Henry C. Anderson has presented to the Clear Lake public library 3 books, "Across the Wide Missouri" by Bernard DeVoto, and "The Story of By Boyhood and Youth" and "Our National Parks" by John Muir, in memory of his wife, the late Bernice Jeannette Anderson, Miss Ida Clack, librarian, announced Tuesday. All are nonfiction books. Other new non-fiction books on the shelves are "New Orleans Holiday" by Eleanor Early, "Memphis Down in Dixie" by Shields Mcllwaine, "Mechanization Takes Command" by Siegfried Geideon, "Victor Book of Concertos" by Abraham Veinus, "Albert Schweitzer Anthology" by G. R. Joy, "Our Musical Heritage" by Curt Sachs and "Where I Was Born and Raised" by David L. Cohn. "New York City" in the "Look at America" series, "The National Road" by Philis Jordan, "The Overland Trail" by Jay Moneghan and "The Gathering Storm" by Winston Churchill. Three new biographies recently added are: "Our Unknown Ex-President," (life of Herbert Hoover) by Eugene Lyons, "John Bigelow, Forgotten First Citizen" by Margaret Glass and "Road to the Sea, the Story of James E. Eads and the Mississippi River" by Florence Dorsey. New fiction includes "The Naked and the Dead" by Norman Mailer, "Love Lies Bleeding" by Edmund Grissin, "Some Time Never" by Roald Dahl, "It's All in the Family" by Margaret Miller, "The Marriage of Claudia" by Rose Franken, "The Gallery" by John Home Burns, "Tobias Brandywine" by Don Wickenden, "The Long Walk" by Betsey Barton and "Shannon's Way" by A. J. Cronin. 5th Grade Girl Scouts Return From Island Clear Lake—The 5th grade troup of the Clear Lake Girl Scouts returned f rom a week's camping on the Island Saturday. The 21 girls invited their mothers for a picnic lunch Saturday. A program, consisting of 2 radio plays, one given by each patrol, followed. The Bluebirds chose Linda Melcher, master of ceremonies, and the Robins, Susan Merriman. The program was announced by Janice Olson. After a song session, camp handwork was displayed and prizes were awarded. Camp Books Judged Six camp books were chosen as superior and won 10 points each for their respective patrols. The books were made by Anna Dale Armsbury, Donna Ouverson, Linda Melcher, Patty Christensen, Floy Baumgartner and Janice Olson. The latter's book was rated as the most complete account of camp life and won first over all. In nature study spatter prints were made of 6 kinds of leaves found on the island. Floy Baumgartner received first prize for her collection of prints and Susan and Sandra Merriman were 2nd and 3rd respectively. Wins in Water Color Bonnie Miller was first over all with her water color of a view on the island. In toys made from paper mache, Patty Christensen won first and Margaret Monaghen 2nd. Each of the 25 girls in camp won points in troop dramatics and camp craft. The Misses Dorothy for boat races on Sunday afternoon, August 8, at 1:30. These races will include sailing, inboard and outboard motor races. Other features of this year's celebration will be a ball game at Lions Field between the Clear Lake VFW and the Forest City team; the Lions Club Hill-Top Derby on highway 18; band concerts both Saturday and Sunday afternoons, and a full and complete lake front rnidway featuring shows, rides, stands and concessions. This year's Governor's Days committee includes: —Lawrence L. Bless, general chairman. H. M. Knudson, Karl Hass, Mrs. L. L. Bless, Ernest Andersen, J. R. Boys' Event on at B. M. Lodge Episcopal Youth Will Camp, Study 10 Days Clear Lake—The boys' conference of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa opened at Bishop Morrison lodge Monday evening for 10 days with boys from all over Iowa attending. The "general idea of the conference is to teach the bnys their religion so that they may practice it in their daily living. Each morning the boys receive Holy Communion at 7:30. This is followed by lectures on the Bible, instructions on how to serve at the altar, lectures on Christian doctrine, swimming and first aid instruction in the water. The. Rev. Fred Putnam, Evanston, 111., is chaplain. The Rev. Edwin Boyer, Independence, and the Rev. Robert Purrington, Estherville, are in charge of instruction. The Rev. Henry Robbins, Shenandonh, is dean of the camp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holzhammer are acting as athletic director and nurse and Mrs. Beryl Tague, Ames, is hostess. There are also 7 junior leaders. Britt Woman Runs for GOP Committee Post Garner—Mrs. R. R. Roberts of Britt has announced her candidacy as 6th' district republican committeewoman, a position now held by Georgiana Amsden of Hamilton county. Mrs Roberts is the wife of Editor R. R. Roberts of Britt, publisher of the Britt News Tribune and has been very active in republican circles. She has held various state offices in republican women's clubs and was a delegate from Iowa to the national, republican convention 4 years ago. smaller because wages have been posted to accounts which the applicant has used and on which he doesn't have a record of the number. In rare instances, so much of the worker's wages are credited to these "unknown" account numbers that the total work credits shown on the "known" accoun numbers are not enough to make any payment possible. "Future social security benefit can best be protected," Goldman said, "by asking for a 'duplicate to replace the card which has beer lost or worn out. Remember that one card may not last a lifetime, but one account number will." Garner Legion Plans Carnival Aug. 30-31 Garner—A Legion benefit carnival will be staged in Garner Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 30 and 31, according to announcement by Commander A. G. Landon. The Royal United Shows will make the 2 day stand here. A detailed program will be announced later. Plan for Jamboree Charles City—Thirty members Rose Redington of Milwaukee, Wis.; a brother, James McLaughlin, Mason City; and 2 grandsons, John and David McLaughlin, Davenport. Guest From England Suffers Broken Hip Fredericksbargr — Robert Hensman of Surrey, England, was in a hospital at New Hampton Wednesday with a fractured hip which he suffered in a fall at the railroad station here while checking time for his departure for home. Hensman came from England to visit a brother, Fred, in Canada, then came here to visit his brother, George, whom he had not seen since the latter left England more than 50 years ago, and his sister, Miss Millie, who came to America over 30 years ago. ALLEN-HARLAN CLAN GATHERS Clear Lake — The 21st Allen- Harlan family reunion was held Sunday at Harriman park, a mile north of Hampton, with 125 relatives from Austin and Minneapolis, Minn.; Peoria, 111., and Mason City, Clear Lake, Rudd, Dumont, Hampton, Hansell, Vinton, Ames, Waterloo, Ventura, Aredale, Sheffield, Clarksville and Lytton present. The next reunion will be at the same site the 3rd Sunday in June, 1949. were present at a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary held Monday night at 6:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Berniece Laun, North Grand avenue. During the regular business meeting it was decided to send the president, Mrs. Dora Grossman, to the state convention in August. Plans were discussed for a stand to be set up at the Floyd county jamboree in August. Buttleman, Sid Nicholas, H. A. Halford, W. H. Jorgenrud, Mrs. J. T. Charlesworth, Theodore Saucke, Mrs. James Gilruth, Mrs. F. L. Knudson and E. W. Winnie. DeiasseHng" Lakota—A group of boys and girls left from here Tuesday for their first day of detasseling for the Pioneer Hybrid Seed Corn company. L. A. Nitz and E. R. Ogren transport them to and from Algona, picking up others at Bancroft and Burt enroute. ENTERTAINS FOR MRS. E. C. FISK Clear Lake—Mrs. Bert Mathews, 400 N. Elm street, entertained a group of friends at her home Tuesday afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. E. C. Fisk who will leave Saturday for an extended stay in Des Moines. Her son, C. A. Fisk, will come from Des Moines to accompany her back. The afternoon was spent informally and refreshments were served at the close. AUXILIARY MEETS Charles City—Eighty members and their families were present at the family picnic held at Wildwood Monday night by the Woman's Auxiliary Local 115. The committee in charge of the picnic was Mrs. Leonard Goddard, Mrs. Roy Gulick, and Mrs. John F. Wright. After the picnic a regular meeting was held in the CIO hall. Delegates were elected to go to the convention at Davenport, Aug. 6 and 8. They were Mrs. George Kapka, and Mrs. George Barnett. The attendance prize was won by Mrs. George Barnett for being present at 6 meetings in I succession. Jo in Crane, Joan Bisgrove and Blumgren directed the troop camp activities. Miss Betty Burns, swimming instructor, announced Girl Scout swimming awards to Margaret Monaghen, Anna Dale Armsbury, leannette Moore, Debby Day, Murrae Wood, Carrie Dale Young, Joan Coyier, Patty Christenson, Floy Baumgartner and Sandra and Susan Merriman. Red Cross beginners certificates were earned by Linda Melcher and Janice Olson. Blind Singers Give Program at Church Clear Lake—The blind singers of Piney Woods, Miss., presented a program of Negro spirituals and other songs before a good-sized audience at the Zion Lutheran church Monday evening. The quartet includes 3 blind singers and one who can see a limited amount. They were accompanied by a driver for the trailer house in which they stay when making engagements and by Mrs. Emma Penney Stratton, formerly of Mason City, who is in charge of booking engagements and arrangements for trips. Mrs. Stratton was a guest at the J. B. Osnes home Monday night. Last week the men sang at Wartburg college, Waverly, and were to appear at Britt Tuesday evening. They received a liberal purse from the audience Monday evening. When not engaged, the singers are at the P. Barnett farm west of Manly. Last week the singers were guests of the Youth Fellowship Institute at Methodist camp and sang 3 times. NIGHT LIVESTOCK AUCTION Thursday, July 22 — 8:00 P. M. We have a large run of good-size feeder pigs. One consignor is bringing in 4 head of Registered Hereford cattle of very fine breeding. Large run of stockers and feeders. Some Holstein springers. One 1941 Chevrolet truck with stock rack, in A-l shape. CARPENTER SALE BARN CARPENTER, IOWA HAS OPERATION Bristow — Anna Marie McKinney, daughter of Mrs. Louis McKinney of Bristow, underwent an emergency appendectomy Monday at the Lutheran hospital at Hamp;on. Night AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill FRIDAY, NIGHT JULY 23 STARTING AT 7:00 P. M. We are having a big livestock auction every Friday night. Many consignments. Buyers for all classes. To see a great variety of stock for sale—cattle, pigs, hogs and sheep—come to Kanawha Sales Pavilion. If you have a purebred herd you are going to sell, consign to Kanawha where you'll get full value. Come early and look over the various consignments. You can profit by attending our weekly auction. H. Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE BRED SOW SALE NORTH IOWA FAIRGROUNDS SALES PAVILION MASON CITY, IOWA Thursday Night, July 29 8 p. m, 75 Head Purebred Hampshire Bred Sows These choice registered sows are bred to outstanding purebred Hampshire Boars and will farrow in August and early September. This is an outstanding bunch of fali gilts bred to some of the best boars in the Hampshire breed. Here is a real place for farmers and breeders to buy brood sows for fali farrowing. With a bumper crop on the way, the outlook for pork production was never better. AH Sows Consigned are Vaccinated and Bangs Tested North Iowa Hampshire Breeders Robbin Lane Farms, Hampton and Thornton Gilbert Behn, Chapin Vernon Lyford, Manly Field & Christiansen, Nora Springs Auctioneer: G. W. Shaw, Memphis, Tenn. Clerk: Gibert Behn. Chapin, Iowa Clear Lake Calendar THtmSDA'i:—Sed Cross tervlce worker, City hall, 1 to 5. W. L. A. M. club, -Mr*. C«rl Ander•on, Bayside. notary club. State park, 4:30. Mother* Study club, Mrs. Shatter, 710 Rich street. William Youth Fellowship, Gospel Tabernacle church, 8. Royal Neighbors of America, I. O. O. F. ball, 8. Link river flows entirely within Hie city limits of Klamath Falls, Ore. ACCEPT BTOS TO GOVERNOR'S DAYS Clear Lake—Further acceptances to the invitations to attend the Governor's Days celebration at Clear Lake Aug. 6, 7 and 8 were received Wednesday from C. J. Knickerbocker, Fairfax; Elmer K. Bekman, Ottumwa; Harlan C. Foster, Mt. Pleasant; Carroll L. Brown, Rose Hill, and Frank Koch, West Bend Fred J. Poyneer, Cedar Rapids, and Bruce F. Stiles, Des Moines, members of the Iowa Conservation Commission, have also accepted. Report Breakin at MacNider Cottage Clear Lake police and the Cerro Gordo county -sheriff's office are investigating a breakin at the Hanford MacNider cottage, on W. 2nd St., at Clear Lake. Entrance was gained by breaking a window, a deputy sheriff said, and occurred sometime between July 5 and Tuesday evening, when Mrs. MacNider first returned to open the cottage since the weekend of July 4. The cottage was found in disorder and quantities of clothing linens, glassware and other valuables were missing. Clues indicated the job was done by a man and a woman who were in the cottage for possibly as long as a day, the deputy said. AID FARM NEIGHBOR Hansel!—A crew of 14 men with 2 binders cut and shocked the oats on the Bern Sanderson farm miles north of here in Ingham township this week. Sanderson has been unable to work lor some time due to Illness. FILLING STATION AND RESTAURANT BUILDING Located on State Highway No. 18 in RUTHVEN, IOWA will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, AUGUST 3rd 7:00 P. M. ON THE PREMISES 7:00 P. M. DESCRIPTION OF BUILDINGS: Large wood frame building, size 26 by 52 ft., located on the north side of the highway, it has an excellent lunchroom with 2 additional rooms. Large room with cement floor which may be used as a display room or parts room. Additional room with grease pit. Water and sewer. Excellent basement under lunch room. Two rest rooms. Cement floor. OWNER'S COMMENT: This building was constructed and planned to be an outstanding service station and truck stop. It is not completed. The land upon which the station is located is leased at $100 per year for 10 years with an option for 5 more years. It consists of approximately 60 by 200 ti. My plans have been changed and for that reason, I will sell the property at public auction. It offers a golden opportunity to anyone wishing a business of this kind. We want you to remember that we are positively selling it to the highest bidder. We believe it will pay yon to come a long war to inspect this building and see it sold. Ruthvcn is a thriving North Iowa city on an extremely busy highway. We welcome you. CHARLES HANSEN, OWNER. INSPECTIONS INVITED TERMS: $1,000 cash day of sale, balance in 60 days or when possession is given. For further Information, write to E. D. Alton, Spirit Lake, Iowa, or the auctioneers. HANSEN BROTHERS, Owners Col. Albeit Hopfe fir Son, Auctioneers Livestock AUCTION FRIDAY, JULY £3 12:00 SHARP 3OO — CATTLE — 30O 50 Whiteface steers, weight 500 Ibs. 40 Whiteface heifers, weight. 500 Ibs. 50 Whiteface and Shorthorn steers, weight 750 Ibs. Also, the usual run of fat steers and heifers, butcher cows, bulls, springing cows and heifers and veal calves. We will sell a lot of good stock cattle. We had a very good run of cattle last Friday, which met with active demand. John Faktor, south of Mason City, sold 17 good Hereford cattle, his top on 700 Ibs. grass heifers, 29.60 cwt.; 650 Ib. steers at 28.00 cwt; 1180 Ib. cows at 25.25 cwt; W. B. Kendrew of Rudd, sold a load of outstanding butcher cows, 1250 Ib. cows at 23.45 cwt. Our top on Holstein springing cows, $286. The market on butcher cattle is working lower this week, looks like cows and heifers will sell a lot lower. We have buyers ready to pay full market for your consignments. We appreciate your consignments. HOGS All feeding hogs are in demand. Also wet sows. Bring in your hogs. SHEEP A good demand for ewes with lambs at side. CONSIGN YOUR LIVESTOCK TO CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY FOR PROMPT SALE AND COMPLETE SATISFACTION CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO.

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