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FEBRUARY 2 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZKTIE 15 You Tell, the Better You AU GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT RATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each con- secut(ve subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.'). Seven insertions are given for the price of stx. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c per column Inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting -'hllnd" advertisements .Personals-- Help Wanted, Male-- WANTED--Boys to carry paper routes in city. See Mr. Hillstrom at Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Carriers for Â·morning and Sunday routes, north end of town. Apply 4 to u p. m. 4V 1st S. E. H. A. Nordahl. Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED -- Elderly lady to care for 2 small children. Bullis Court. Inquire No. 3. WANTED--Experienced girl for general housework. 24 llth N. .15. For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Furn. room for girls Home privileges. Ph. 2539. FOR RENT-- Hskg. rms. 914 N. Ad. FOR RENT--3 furnished rooms for light hskg. Heat, light, water furnished. 418 So. Geor. Ph. 2215J. FOfÂ» RENT--2 turn, light hskg. rooms, all modern. Ph. 2575W. KOR RENT--2 mod; furn. light us!;, rms. No children. 804 4 N. E. Salesmen Wanted-- WANTED--Young men^ 18 to 21 for snleswork to travel with manager, about Â§25 per week. Call at 202 M. B. A. Blclg. FOR BENT 2 pleasant light hskpg. mis. N. W. part of city $25. Everything furnished. Phone 2316,1. FOR RENT--2 unr.iraished modern rooms. Ph. 20S1W. FOR RENT--3 furn. ' light hsk? j rooms. 638 S. Fed. "Â», CHARLOTTE SMITH ;Â«Â· Practical Psychologist, will answer ;"-five questions liy mail for one (foliar. : Write Charlotte -Smith, 2521 Third ! ;, Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Salesladies-- WANTED--2 women for saleswork. Must put in 8 hours a day with established customers. Ask for Miss Fandschulte, 202 M. B. A. Bldg. Male or Female-- ! WANTED Lady or gentlemen as partners in real estate business. Write 3V-S1, GLOBE-GAZETTE PLAY GOLF AT "THE JIGGS" 18 holes. Cash prize given to low score for men nnd women. 1 Price,jlay_or night, 15c. ! For Sale, Farms-Children lOc. -Lost and Found-- LOST SATURDAY Shell rimmed glasses with boxvs in hlack case. PH. 716 gold FOIl SALE FOR THE LAND'S SAKE BUY LAND NOW 80 A. unimproved $45 .per A. 80 A. small improvements $75 per A. 120 FOR RENT--Nicely* furnished modern room, close in. Ph. 3491W. FOU KENT Large sleeping room furnished for 2 or 3. 120 1st N. W. PHONE 659J FOR RENT--Sleeping and hskg. rooms. 109 4 N. W. light FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 132 4 N. W FOR RENT--Furn. light hskg. rms. 20 Gth S. W.'Ph. 3345J. ROOM For rent. Phone 2851. 1st St. N. W. 1000 FOR RENT--Bedrm. 224 W. Stale, Musical Instruments-- FOR SALE ANY PARTY nVvi'\ itn ! A ' fair ini P rov Â« ment:s ? GS per, A. Gold~plated Do Luxe Model A B C 11 - 1 '"'"'" I 168 A. fair to good improvements f King trumpet one yeiir o!d. Cost -- ! S87.50 per A. 100 A. nnd one of the! new $105. $100* tubes it. best farms in the country, fine land I .finding or giving me information. . lml near , mnl3ern ' im prove- Â· leading to the return of sample ments; th j s farra so}d at $2 80 ,, er . .iease of monument designs taken "from my car Friday evening will be given reward. ASA LEKOY BRIAR PH. 1B97 ,22fi 7th St. N. 1C. Mason City, la. ; ; LOST .Bulova wrist watch Monday noon. PH. DOUIS M1CKELSON 1541J Rcwurd A. in 1919= if quick action is taken $120 "per A.. FREEMAN Â· KENYON Phone 144 Clear Lake, la. i'LOST.--Coin purse. Finder keep "!Â·'"Â· money, return keys. Ph. 15S4J. SirS Money to Loan-- "LOANSST$300 --on-- 'niAMONnS-FURNlTUHE-AUTOS-SAI.AiiV . No Publicity No Delays : . 1 to 20 Months to Repay . LOAN CO. 21 1st Â·NatlV'BlL Phone 412 OANS Household AND REPAY IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave, Phone 224 Educational Opportunities MAN, reliable, now employed, who desires to learn Elec. refrigeration bus. on the side and better'him- self. Some high schooling nee. Write T-31, Clone-Gazette. Wanted To Rent- WANTED TO RENT B-flat Clarinet Albert System for two months by responsible party. PHONE 2145 For Sale or Trade-- For Sale or Trade Bakery In good town. Will consider 80 A. farm. O. B. ANDERSON Forest City, Iowa M O N E Y Wanted to Borrow-- ! WANTED TO BORROW--$5,000 Burning 10% first, mortgage and other collateral. Reserve right to pay $1,000 or more Dec. 1, 1931. $2,000 Dec. 1, 1932, balance Dec. 1, iOS3. Write L-2G, GLOBE-GAZETTE Â· . F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your ' ELMER Bx. 205 ANDERSON Dumont, Iowa Wanted to Buy-- WANTED -- Poland China boar, around 200 Ibs. Phone 15F12. WANTED TO BUY A lot for cash. Must he located in west or northwest part of city. Ph. 2671W. Harry Mark. 28 S. Monroe. WANTED TO BUY Small home close in about March 1. Write K-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Rent, Houses-- Do you want to rent, buy nr sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. FOR RENT--Feb. 1. seven room house, modern with garage. 804 North Adams. H. J. Steinberg. FOR RENT--Mod. house, 3 bedrooms. 107 Crescent Drive. OR RENT--1 rm. mod. house. 92?. North Jackson. FOR KENT Hlodern house, 2 lots, garage, $22.50. 5 rm. house with fireplace Â§15 mo. Cottage on shore, furnished year around, Feb. 1-Oct. 1, $350. Season cottages $75-8600 for 0 mo. PH. 4G4 C. S. Collins Clear Lake Household Goods- Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Snld and Exchanged GRAHAM'S N e w a n d S e c o n d H a n d S t o r e 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 301 Former Location of Mason City Hardware CIear Lake G-ofoe*Gazette HELEN HENUK1CKS News lÂ£ditor Residence Phnne 340W OFFICE PHONE No. 289 LEE DEW1UUINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 FOR SALE Dresser, duofold victoroln, rug, battery charger, Remington uliul gun, bird cage. 1311 N. Adams. FOR RENT 6-rm, house- near Mercy hospital $50. 5-rm. bungalow $35. M O R R I S R E A L T Y C O . FOR. RENT--Modern five house on car line. Ph. 33G, room FOR RENT FOR 2 MONTHS Furnished house to responsible couple. Give references. Write Z-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Rent, Apartments DESIRABLE HOUSE FOR KENT MARCH 1 Will sell part or all furniture, rugs, draperies with lease. Write S-2, GLOiSE-GAXETTE FOR RENT--Desirable homelike modern, furn. apt. 320 2 N. W. FOR RENT--S room apartments $20 to $25. Several Rood modern houses $25 to $40. Kehm Land Co. Phono 827. FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. duplex apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. I'ri. bath. 223 5th N. W. Call after 5 p. m. FOR RENT--5 room 1st floor, mod. apt. Ph. 2329J. 116 7th N. E. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph'. 2Â»77 FOR RENT--Front apt. in Delaware Bldg. Call 39G2 or 852 FOR RENT--Small unturn. Wep\er apt.; no children. 114 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Mod. house. Ph. 3221.J FOR SALE Household goods: Duofold, two chairs excellent condition, library table, china closet, small dining table, 4 chairs, dresser, book case, settee and chair, stand, ice box, kitchen chairs, Â· cedar chest, porch swing, pedestal. CADWELL TRANSFER STORAGE CO. 303 8th St. S. W. For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE Corner 182x165 feet. Close in. Unusually fine location for future development, either residential or commercial. Has good rental income now. VYUITE X-28, GLOBE-GAZETTE World Traveler to Give South American Lecture F. A. Flood Has Traversed* Alaska, Africa and South America. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2.--Personn iu this vicinity will have the privilege of hearing a world traveler adventurer and speaker Thursday night at the Community buildim; when Francis A. Flood presents his illustrated lecture on his recent South American trip. This is one of the features of the Farmer's institute. FOR RENT "i nn. modern house, garage, $80 mo. G room modern, garuge, !S35 Store blilg. on Fed. $8 Phone 8083-2338,1 GEO. VAN EVERY FOR SALE--j-rm. modern house nnd 2 lots. Ph. 903J. J. F. Schneider, 811 Hiidreth St., Churles City, Iowa. FOR SALE 4 room cottage. A nice home. Price 52,000. Very easy terms. KEHM LAND CO. PH. 827 EDUCATIONAL institution of 25 years' standing desires to increase its real estate foundation thru the acquisition of income property in exchange for annuity contracts; liberal terms on good clear property in city or .country; unquestioned security. Write 2-30, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT---I rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 3G. FOR RENT--Apt. Ph. 3642'or 072 B'OR RENT--4 and 5 rm. furn. apts in Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. FOR RENT--2 rm. apt. furn. fnr light hskg. 20 4th N. W. Ph. 14(i0.1 FOR RENT--Mod. apt.. 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. IMPROVED Dairy or truck farm near Clear Lake. Miglit trade for clear city property. Write X-2 Globe-Gazette. "irds. Dogs and Pets-- FOR- SALE--Boston Terrier pup Ph. 2329J. 11G 7 N. E. FOR SALE--Singers nnd females and mated pairs. Phone 1895. For Rent, Garages-- FOR. RENT--Garage. Phone 1022. . A u t o , Furniture or Other Security. If n Q a l p MkrellanCOUS Cars refinanced on smaller pay- :^S-__^~"l^--rl-i:J-TM^- ncnts. j - wirtTiwt? - HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. l ,.^ -~. T I ,, ,, - gnd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 Very fine quality grade U. S. No. 1 LOANS "Made privately, small amounts, confidential. Write L-S1, GLOBE-GAZETTE : Situations Wanted-- YOUNG Man wants job on farm. Can give good reference. Ph. 9S2. EXPERIENCE!) MARRIED MAN Â· wants joh on farm hy March L Write D-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE .EXP. MAN wants work either as salesman or herdsman. Can furnish references. Write B-30, Globe- Gazette. LADY wants place to work for board and room or small wages Write W-27, Globe-Gazette. $l.lfbu. If you buy in quantities they will be less. 23 SOUTH MONROE Phone 2071W We Deliver FOR SALE Victrola and 95 records, leather duo- fold, 2 rugs,.other articles. 1211 N, ADAMS FOR. SALE--Baled timothy and oat straw. S. M. Knowlton, Rt. 5. MIXED BALED MAY Reasonable. ROY GUNDRY Ph. 1500 Thornton, la. Auto Electrical and Battery Service -- AND ELECTRIC CO.' NEW IliVITKHUvS Sfl.SS Ann Voilr flirt Rntlrn- 30-1 SECOND S. W. PHONE 3!iH O. GREGERSON RECHARGES BATTERIES- RADIO 50c--CAR 75c 42S 4lh St S. W. Phone 884 Beauty Shops-NELLIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Permancnts, Murcels nnd Finger waves Our Specialty 9'/i West State Phone 514 failor-- POTATOES Northern Minnesofas We Deliver CALL 8045W ' UNLICENSED EMBALJIER wishes position assisting licensed mortician. 0 years experience. CALL 1710,1 ~ : YOUNG MAN, MARRIED wants steady work. Experienced In meeting the public. CALL 1710J I FOH SALE ] Piano, !.v!2 A.vminstcr rug nearly ! new, oak library table. PHONE 291OW Â·For Sale, Livestock-- FOR^ALE^Chester White gilts. Â·",' Phone 9F4, William Poppen. Poultry and Eggs-- FOR SALE^-Toulouse geese and Â· ganders, $2 each. !)71 S. Virginia. .FOR SALE--Lay'g. Leghorns 12FJ CUSTOM HATCHING 52J50 per 100 Our first set will he on Feb. 9. This IK a good way to get cheap early .xhicks. Prices on blood tested rhtclcs "greatly reduced. Several sample "^ brooder houses priced at cost. TIIONE 20 H -- Mason City Hatchery iBoard and Room-- "BOARD AND Room. 216 N. Mad Z~ fson or call 1317W. FOR SALE 22-foot motor launch and lot, Clear Lake, also electric radio and piano. Trade for what? or sell cheap. Write A-31, GLOBE-GAZETTE Services Offered-- UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. CISTERNS cleaned, rcn'd. 1279W. REPAIRING Clocks, Sewing Machines, Motor Bearings Lars Gulhransen, G S. Vt. Ph. 3091,1 WANTED -- Washing, bundle or family. Ph. 3875.1. Will call. Paper'g., palnt'g. Stewart. 2835W PAINTING PAPERHANGING. winter rates. Ira Shanor. Ph. 1447.1 TllINK THIS OVER Why not nave your old mattress rc- mude, us good as new, complete w i t h bountiful art tick, $5.i0. l!)3l prices on upholstering anil f u r n i t u r e repairing. New coverings. Mason City Furniture Exchange I'lionc 1003 21 1st S. \V. J. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits $35 to Â§15 Opposite Hr.nfard Hotel Mi. 1!.~H Contractors-- "m'"M." 1\T6EN" cOMPAN'\ Urimlr Worl- A M p m l l i n i IVr Snmll llntrn* llnnrtlrd l*rnni[itl.v rttH Su. l-rrn Ave. I'tmnr rtt*. Repair Work- I I A R R Y A. WALTER , SPEEDWAY GARAGE G03 S. Pres. Ave. (irilnnil Ilrtntir \\iteh iintl Slnp.li;'--sprrlul- Ij.lnj; (Hi OnfUnint iinil I'fmUnc. OpMl nvc- nlnjjH mid Sumtuy nmnilnc. D:i.v mill N'luKI \Vrrrhlnj; SrrvlrT. I'rirrn oil ruialrliiK Hurt WTPcUJnj; HPrvTrr- n - O n r r c l iliirinR Jiumiiri' All Â·Â·..!Â·' ur-nl-f-cl. PHONE II'JG FOR SALE--Good 0 room house Must be moved by March 1. 1S97. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. Minneapolis Real Estate For sale or trade. 5 room modern bungalow on paved Jjlvd, 2 large lotÂ», gariiRC, chicken house, fruit Will trade for south end Mason City property. I'lione 3!MSW, Mason City Business Opportunities-- I r O!t SALK--Suburban grocery, clean stock, good location, fine building, living rooms. Address W-S1, Globe-Gazette. Chiropodist-JOHN D. RBKLBH CHIROPODIST Office nnvv iinen with n i l llic Intent methods of procedure. R I B 1st Ntitl Banli Bid);. Office phone 881; rusl clence phone 844. Funeral Directors-- McAULEY F U N E R A L H O M E 8 South Adams Phone 651 PATTERSON F U N E R A L HOME Ambulance Service 822 N Washington Phone 1 1 4 ( 1 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians nn All KnilioN Phone H5i 7 2nd St. S. W^-K. C. Bldg. COZY INN CAFE Menls and Short Orders Homo Made Bread and Pastry !)82 East State Rarber Shops-B. 67BARBER SHOP UNION SHOT Experience;! I5:irbc?r.H Corner Federal and 14th Norlhwcst Service Stations-SWENSON'S DIAMOND SERVICE STATION Diamond )aÂ«)!iuc and 760 Motor Oils. I'liann 182 826 E. Stall- Auto Accessories-USED CARS of MERIT '29 Chevrolet Six Coach. Clean S385 '2fi Whippet - 4-cyl. Sedan. Like new S5S75 '28 Falcon-Knight G-cyl. Coach. Clean SBH5 '28 Whippet 4-cyl. Sedan. New tires Â§275 '26 Chevrolet Coupe S125 '20 Chevrolet Coupe $ !)S '25 Ford Tudor. Clean ij 7n '26 Overland Coach. New tires $ !)f '20 Ford Fordor Sedan g l l O '20 Ford Touring. Clean S 'lii '26 Essex Coach .? 40 See the New I fiat Willys G mid 8 and Willys-Knight now on display. Price reduced i?I70 tn S700. Hathorn Auto Co. PHONE -117 and 4-J8 Mr. Flood- is giving a series Â»t similar lectures in Iowa this month. He will come prepared to givo ft vivid description of the South American neighbor since he spent considerable time of the past year back in the wilds of Brazil. Slides illustrating peoples and places of the various countries which were taken by himself will add to the pictures. quo scenes. Traversed Desert. The first lap of Flood's journey was -by boat from New York In Rio De Janeiro, called the "most beautiful harbor in the world." After a long trip back into the wilds of Brazilian brush where few whito men have ventured, Flood nexi. went to Buenos Aires, capital of Argentine, then to Santiago, Chile, La Paz, Bolivia and Lima, Pern. The homeward trip was made by way of the Panama canal. While in. Chile, Flood chartered an airplane and spent sometime over the Andes mountains into western Argentine, Mr. Flood, who has wide experience as a traveler and magazine writer, first came to popular attention several years ago when he made a daring canoe trip thru Alaska on, the Yukon river in company with hiH partner, Jim Wilson. Ne:;l. followed a trip thru Europe, an excursion thru Yellowstone park and a jaunt thru the southern United States. His longest trip was made with Wilson t h r u Africa, across India to the Malay peninsula and back to the United States by way of the Hawaiian islands. On this trip they accomplished a daring feat by going directly across tho southern edge of the Sahara desert wiUi motorcycles, instead ot detourlng over tlio usual route. Writes Articled. Alter each of these trips, Mr Flood has written a series of magazine articles for a group of mid- western farm magazines, including Wallaces' Farmer and Iowa Homestead. Since South America has recently broken into the international limelight, the purpose of Flood's latest visit wns to discover how much, information could be gathered from visiting the South Americanf In their own backyards. Masonic School of Instruction Planned CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2.--A district Masonic school of instruction will be held In the Masonic Temple nt Clsar Lake Tuesday and Wednesday. John W. Gannawa.y, grand master, who resides at Grinncll will ije present. John T. Ames, Truer, who is custodian of the work will also be present. A large attendance is requested. Refreshments will be served following the work. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Park itlnard, junior, stiulcn. of the University of Iowa, spent the week-end at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Rinard, 310 Morth Fourth street. Winter auto oil cluaiiup, a (fill., $2.50. DeBruyn Super Service. Airs. U. N. itumnl ucc.nii^iliic'i' Mr. Rinard to Cedar Rapids this Petilts' Diamond Service Station Diamond Gasoline and 780 Motor Oils Phone 7G3 Cor. Washington and 2nd St. S. W. Used Automobiles-- WE'BUY--WE SRLL--WF,TRADE Used I'ntH Exclusively * !"h. S!)03. Ool. 2nd St S. 1C. We Finance Time Payment LAKSEN AUTO MARKET Amusements- ROLLER-SKATING Plymouth, Jowa, every Monday. Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday. 1'ETBRSON AND HEKMANSON Brick Contractors-- Kefore you do :my Uind of BKICK WORK cull for information and estimates. MAX PKTKRSEN Phono 10G7 210.1 South Federal HENRY HKIDKUICH I'lionc 3S78W 730 15tU Place N. E. Lapiioer's RELIABLE USED CARS "SEE THESE BKFOKE YOU 15UY" Standard Buick with Rex top. real clean car. Special SI 1928 Essex Coach. Excellent condition. Fine tires SI OS 1B2G Hudson Coach. New duco job New tires. A-l ?I8c 1927 Hudson Brougham. New duco Fine tires S2i). r Galen Underkofler and Bertha Schaffer Speak Wedding Vows CLKAK LAIC 13, Feb. '2. -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Undcrkofler announce the marriage of their son, Giilcn, to Bertha Sclmffei', sister of W. Btirk- ardt, which took place at the Un- erkofler home at 8 o'clock Satur- ay night. The Rev. J. R. Tumble- on, pastor of the Methodist church ifficiiitcd. Mias Grecla Underkofler, sister of he bridegroom and Don Daley, Maon City, attended the couple. The }ricle arrived in America from Germany in September. Both Mr. ami vlrs. Undcrkofler are employed at .1)0 Clear Lake hakcry of which Mr. Burkhardt. sister of the bride, is r:lrt owner. The couple will infikn their homo it 3ir South Second street for the present. Dodge Late to sell fast Scries Coupe. Rcdncet S1Â»r 1027 Chevrolet Coupe. None clcanc than this $1H; 1927 Chevrolet Coach. Wonderfu condition S 1023 Dodge Sedan. Has four new tires. Wonderful motor ijO; 1926 Ford Coupe. Fine motor. Gooi tires. Clean body SO REMEMUKR EVERY CAR HAS 1US1 LICENSE ON IT. EASY PAY MENTS CAN BE A R R A N G E D TONIGHT Lap Seer Motor Company "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER II TOWN" Bridge Party Honors Student Departures CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2.-- Misses Margaret and Eleanor Mitchell cn- t.crtaincd a group at their home nn North Third street Saturday niphl. before their return to the University of Wiscoinin for work. . Miss Loi!-' Smith received the prize for high score while Rosalie Gioscio and Lc- mnh Inman took the consolations. Mr.s. J. Hummer, Davenport, who is a housejjuest of Miss Oretn Min- ettfi, was the only out-of-town guest, Â· week-end where she will make n stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis. Mrs. Davis is a cousin of Mrn. Rinard. Miss Helen Hunsen returned to Des Moines Sunday afternnon after spending the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanssn. Miss Cora Mylie, DCS Moines, accompanied her to Clcai Lake. See the attractive new sprint; dresses at Oluf-T. Hanscn's. ?5.S5, Â§10.00, $15.00. Mr. uu:l Mrs. P. H. I'atlschull, Fletcher avenue, plan to leave Monday night for an extended tour thru the south. They will stop in Florida and may lake a trip to Cuba. They will return by the way of Washington, D. C. sometime in March. Their son, Lowell Pattschull. will live in Mason City during their absence. Mrs. C. F. Crane plans to Icuvc Monday night for California. She will spend the remainder of the winter visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Hill, Glcndale and with other relatives. \ heavy 18x36 tonth towel--assorted colors--only 20c at Oluf T. Hansen's. Ted Witter spent the wcck-cnO a. his home at Newell. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Klcb mill Mrs. D. W. Hum plan to leave by auto Wednesday morning for Florida Mrs. Huru will visit at Orlando'at the home of Mrs. Rose Mclntosh and at Mt. Dora with a cousin who lias a winter home at that pluce. Mr. and Mrs. Rich will stop at St. Petersburg where Mr. Rich will attend the annual meeting of the Florida Key Development company. They plan to return the first part of March. Evertast prints and cretonnes Just arrived at Oluf T. Hansen'H. Mr. and Mr.s. A. Simon, . Lnltc Mills, were Sunday visitors at the home of their son, E. A. . Simon, South Fourth street. A son. Dale, returned to Lake Mills with them. Wesley Hill wont to Chlrago Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. McVlcher null Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson spent Sunday in Madelia, Minn., with relatives. Mr. :iii(l Mrs. II. H. Crane plan In leave Tuesday morning for DCS Mnines for a short, stay at the homo tit Mrs. Crane's siritcr. Mrs. Ray Fountain. Mrs. A. J. Knclrson will accompany them to DCS Moines and remain for a longer stay at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Fountain. Mr. anil Mrs. Clmrlcs Fergunon- "nuth Fourth .street, entertained ricnds from EsthcrvHIe at their home Sunday. Harry Wallace left Saturday fnr Chicago where he spent several days vith friends. He plans to r e t u r n Wednesday. ,Iohn Scherf l e f t Sunday for C'an- ,nn, S. Dak., where he will visit at he home of his son. Juniors and Seniors Lose to Freshies and Sophs; Play Overtime. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2.--The under classmen of the high school have the odds on the upper classmen in the first round of the intramural cage schedule held Friday. Sophomores 'defeated the seniors 16 to 4 find the frosh nosed the juniors out by two points, playing two overtime periods, closing w i t h the-score 10 to 14. At the end of the half the freshmen held an 8 to 3 lead. John Brooks was high totaller for the juniors with three baskets. Huey netted f i v e goals at center for the frosh. Walsh accumulated 8 for the sophs in their clash with the seniors. This game was featured with many tries for baskets and few successful ones. The Clear Lake Lions play Lake Mills Friday night at Lake Mills. Coach Martinson announced that Shoop was dropped from the squad because of failure to keep training rules. Game summaries: JUNIORS--11 FG FT Williams, f FG 1 Brooks, f H Adams, c 1 Wick, c 0 Phillips, g 0 Druley, g 0 Totals FIUOSHM1CN--lli Kistlor, f Vik, f Miller, f Huey, o DeWiRRins, If - .'. iVInrtiu, g . . . . _ . . . FC. . .0 . .0 ..1 ..! ..1 . .0 0 '!. 0 0 0 4 FT n 0 0 n 2 0 Totals SOPHS--1C Wnlsh, f B(!Â«Mlle, f LllIlC, (5 Winnie, K .... iieeket, g .... Totals SENIORS--1 Cue, E Nelson, f Hughes, c ... Duwsnn, o ... Cnokuian, g . Transportation -- AT -Low Cost Essex Coach, brand new tires Si 3;" SLar Coach, look this over ...$12; Chevrolet Coach, slick $l(f. ; Oakland Coach, perfect cond. Pontiac Coach, A-l thruout .. Chevrolet Coupe, a bargain . Ford Coupe, a nice one Ford Coupe, balloon tires S -If Trade--Terms "IT WU,l, PAY YOU TO SKK US l-'IKST' Thi 1 n t m v e c.nrx nrc nut the lalou moilcls Ir.j a r c nice A p p f t a r f n K ruul run ^001!--llifiy rvprf .sent exlrrjnrrilnnry vnlnc fnr T.JI.' rirli:t: w Johin Gallagher Onk!niHt-rHillnc M u i i i r Car* Sale* u n i t .Si-rvlrr ^JS-27 2nil St. S. r. 1'Jninn J.50 itllf.lt K v f n l l l R H JUKI .SlltulllJS ..7 FG .. .8 .. .2 .. .0 2 . . . 0 . . .1 FG 2 0 0 0 0 0 FT 2 0 0 0 0 2 Ft 0 0 0 O 0 0 PF 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 PF 4 1 0 0 1 0 n PF 1 0 0 U 1 2 VF 1 I) 0 I) 1 Totals 2 C. L. CALENDAR Women's Relief Corps and Eastern Star Honor Mrs. Garlock. CLEAR L A K E , Feu. 2.--Funeral services for Mrs. Hannah Garlock. 85, were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Uov. I. R. Tumbleson officiating. Burial was made at the Clear Lake cemetery. Both the Eastern Star and the Women's Relief corps of which Mrs, Carlock was a member, attended the rites in their group;;. A quartet composed of Mrs. A. G. Prtbbenow Elma Hopkins, Mr. Lyons and W W. Connelly, sang several numberF --"Beautiful 'Isle of Somewhere' and "City Four-Square." Pallbearers were D. Forrest Byers, C, C. Branson, Guy Thomas. George Knutson. II. K. Freeman and .John Smith. Mr.s. Oartock died at her homo on East. Main street Thursday afternoon. She is a mother to Mrs. Peter Knutson and Sherman Garlock of this ciLy. Tuesday--EA chapter of the P. E. O. meets at the home of Mrs. Ira .Tones, North Third street. Civic league meets at 3 o'clock at the K. P. hall. Lakeside P. T. A. meets at the Lakeside school. Farmer's Institute and Poultry show begins at Community building and I. O. O. F. hall. K. P. Bridge tournament. Wednesday--Lions club meets at the Lions cafe at noon. Woman's Home Missionary society meets at the Methodist church. American Logion auxiliary meet* at the club rooms. Thursday--Twentieth Century club luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club. Rotary club meets at the I. O O. F. hall at nonn. Home Improvement club meet., at the home of Mrs. Fcssingden. Sorosis club meets at the home o( Mrs. A. G. Pribbenow, South .street. Illustrated lecture on South America at the Community building by F. A. Flood. Red Cross Relief Fund at Half Million Mark CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2.--The American Reel Cross relief f u n d in Clear Lake was boosted from S1BG to ?176 by a donation from Homer Briar. No drive was conducted in the c i t y but donations have amounted to S7 in addition to the S100 from the standing fund of the chapter. ISridgc Tourney Announced. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 2.--The sec- nnd round of the Knights of Pythias bridge t o u r n a m e n t is scheduled for Tuesday niiht at liie hall. So far there is virtually a tie between Ft. H. Crane, Dr. N. W. Phillips and Floyd Ncsbit. who turned in scores of 2,308, 2,:i!i7 and 2,31)6 respectively. The f i r s t tank team of the lodge journoy.f to Down tonight, to put on some work. ARK THEATER Clour Lake, Iowa MONDAY Eddie Cantor In "Whoopee" GRACE MOHAN in "A Lady's Morals"