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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 5 1935 FIFTEEN ow Is the Time to Buy Farm Bargains Such as Listed on Want Ad Page Death Notices 1 'BAACK, Fred, 58, Mason City, died from injuries received when he was struck by an automobile early Friday morning, near Memorial park cemtery. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Friday. The Meyer funeral home in charge. FULGHUM, Ella Jane, 84, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. . George Burmcister, 1114 East State street, Wednesday evening following an illness of a few days. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon _at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. D. L. Kratz in charge. Burial .will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adama Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL, HOME -- Dependable service. 126 Third St. i N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Am(i bulance, 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists CALL KEMBLE'S, Ph. 55, for all varieties of spring plants and flowers for outdoor planting. Personals HAVE A FIGURE your friends will envy and your husband admire. Wear Spencer corset. Ph. 3856. EPILEPTICS--Anxious to tell sufferers from Epilepsy attacks how my husband found relief after specialists failed. All letters answered Mrs. Geo. Dempster, Apt. A-51, 6900 Lafayette Blvd. West, ·Detroit, Mich. STOMACH ULCER, Gas Pains, Indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of .Udga, a doctor's prescription at Ford Hopkins Michael Drug Co. KARLOTTA, Crystal Gazer, readings. Karlotta Cottage, Bayside. Lost and Found 6 LOST^Srown leather purse on Central Heights road. Finder please return. Reward. Ph. 2249J. Money to Loan 8 HONE? TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone S4S. LOAN PLANS 1 on furniture 2 on autos 3 on diamonds 4 on salary 5 on personal signature 20 REPAYMENT PLANS Reduced Rates North Iowa's Oldest Loan Company j SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Bk. - Phone 413 Beauty Parlors 1 6 1 Miscellaneous for Sale 55 PERMANENT WAVES, Jl. 51.50, $1.98 and S2.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212 J ,i N. Fed. Ave. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Barter shop, Palace pool hall. 113 S. Fed. Help Wonted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for hsewk. 1031J. WANTED--Woman for housework. Mrs. G. Smith, 202 1st N. W. WANTED -- Girl for housework. Don't phone. Call at 312 2nd N.W. WANTED--Girl for housework exp. in care of infants and cooking. One who can go home nights. 1656. WANTED--Exp. girl for general housework in farm home. Write Z-28. Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Hoe man. Gardenland, Ventura. Services Offered A33 LAWN Mowers sharpened on our Electrakeen machine cut clean. Saw Shop. 228 S. Fed. Ph. 782. Mowers sharpened. H. W. Hathorn. Salesmen 35 WANTED--Salesman with car for local territory. Good commission basis. Write R-5, Globe-Gazette. WANT -- Experienced, 1st class salesman with car; wholesale and retail. Write J-5, Globe-Gazette. Swap Service 38 SWAP--'29 Plymouth sedan good shape for 1 or 2 ton truck. Write NN-3, Globe-Gazette. Three · times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. FREE Saturday^ July 6 Two quarts CORYELL 70 Oil will be given FREE with each fill of 5 gallons or more of CORYELL 70 SUPER Gasoline. Cor yell * 70 * S tations V 804 S. Federal Ave.--1543 N. Federal Ave. (NOTE: NO OIL PUT IN CANS ON THIS DAY) Autos for Sale 79 6 Hi Grade" Used Cars ALL MAKES AND MODELS See Us for Your Next Used Car We Trade Easy Terms North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer "Open Evenings and Sundays" Auto Trucks SO SWAP--Porcelain enamel coal range, first class condition, for used lumber, old welding or building blocks. Write LL-3, Globe-Gazette. TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS IN USED MOTOR TRUCKS THIS WEEK 1--1930--1 ton International 6 speed special j_1934_li/ 2 ton Dodge See Them at Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 very desirable downtown rms. Men preferred. 1048. For Rent--Hskpg. rms. 125 5 NW. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1087. For Rent--Hskpg. rms. 303 15 NW. FOR RENT--Nice room with board. 215 N. Wash. Ph. 3874J. FOR RENT--Two mod. furn. or un- furn. hskpg;. rms. 120 9 N. W. For Rent--Slpg. rm. 229 E. State. FOR RENT--Cool 1st fl. Slpg. rm. for girl. Reas. 313 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms., $2 wk. 341,i S. Fed. 23 6TH STREET S. E. MASON C1TX Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--New 6 room house, cheap. Inq. at 1011 North. Fillmore, Mason City. FOR SALE--$800 for 5 rm. mod. year round home, Camp Grounds, Clear Lake. Inq. at iight house station. FOR SALE--Mod. 7 rm. and bath house and lot. Small down payment. Balance like rent. Write X-l, Globe- Gazette. FOR SALE--New 5 rm. mod. bung., ?250 down, easy monthly payments. Ph. 134. Beck Bros. Co. Farms tor Sale 50 I F - - The Man Who Borrows W A N T S : --$300 or Less --Strict Privacy --Less Red Tape --Prompt Service --Small Payments --No Endorsers --Furniture and Car Loans HE SHOULD SEE THE -, United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Mod. furn. 2 rm. apt. Outside ent. Ph., refrig., close in, 54 week. Ph. 4261. FOR RENT---Unfurn. 5 rm. mod. apt., over Princess Cafe. Inq. at cafe. Mortgage Money available for loans on Mason City residence properties. Construction or refinancing loans. Good terms. E. W. Clark Co. 204 Forester's Bldg. NEED MONEY? This well financed company can make Immediate Loans Anywhere in North Iowa Op to S300.00 On Personal Property. See, Phone or Write FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank "04 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES We make cash loans up to S300 on your Auto, Furniture, Diamond or other personal property. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. HOME Loan and Finance Co. 204 Forester's Bids. Chiropractors H TRY Chiropractic for health and happiness. Dr. Zeigler, D. C. above J. J. Newbury Co. Ph. 2S9. FOR RENT Fine unfurnished apartment, 4 large rooms and bath. Glassed in sleeping porch, steady oil burner heat, hot, cold running- soft water. No children. 319 FIRST ST. S. E. FOR RENT--Desirable -t rm. apt., nicely furn. See J. B. Youngblood, Youngblood Bldg. FOR RENT--3 unfurn. rms, and bath apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--t rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--3 and 4 nn. furn, or unfurn. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or un- furn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--5 room strictly modern apt., $20 per month, 4 room partly mod. apt., $12 a month, 3 room partly modern apt., $10 a month. Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--I, 2 or 3 rm. apt. 2051. FOR RENT--3 rm. basement apt.; everything furn. Ph. 2657. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--House, S15. 867. IMPROVED GRAIN AND LIVESTOCK FARM LEE, 319 ACRES, 5 miles N. W. of Thompson on graveled road. 2 miles to paved road. Entire farm tillable and in good state of cultivation. Complete set of buildings in first class condition. Farm exceptionally well fenced with steel posts. Close to town, school and churches. Make an offer. Write HAROLD OLDHAM, 2815 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa Sales Supervisor for FIRST TRUST JOINT STOCK LAND BANK OF CHICAGO. FOR SALE--500 N. Iowa farms. See us before buying. Weatherly Realty Co., S',» Second S. E. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Garden plow. Ph. 3351. Used Machinery For Sale One John Deere side rake. One Easy Way hay loader with tight bottom. One Sandwich side rake. Reliable Implement Co. Rockwell Iowa Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--200 stacker and feeder pigs. Milwaukee Stock Yards. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR SALE Fixtures from our Fort Dodge store, including 2 dec. fans, dress forms and standards, comb, adding machine and cash register, sewing machine, lamps, full length mirrors, etc. Inquire BETTY JANE DRESS SHOP 114 N. Fed. Ph. 720 Nursery Stock 57 FOR SALE--Nice large strawberries for canning-. Ph. 237J. Walrod Gardens, Clear Lake. STRAWBERRIES Pick them yourself Saturday and Sunday. 5 cents per quart. Bring; container. WALROD GARDENS CLEAR LAKE Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE^Cocker spaniel puppies, reas. Ph. 2121. Office Equipment 64 - - ^*~^^*-*-~-**-i~~**^~*f if * ...' ,. --~»--^,^-^rf-^-,,.,,, CASH Register sales, service and supplies, used adding machines. P. B. Sawtelle, 318 13 S. E. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Ice box. 309 N. Wash. FOR SALE--Electric refrigerator, sood as new. Ph. 2617 after 6. FOR SALE NEW 1935 GRTJNO REFRIGERATORS 20% DISCOUNT MAYTAG STORE 22 2ND N. E. HELEN HENDRICKS,' News Editor Residence Phone 310-W $iob*~($*uiU. OFFICE PHONE 239 f LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 100 ENROLLED IN CAMP SCHOOL Dedication of Trees to Composers Planned for Friday. CLEAR LAKE. July H.--Students from Minnesota, Indiana, Nebraska, New York and Iowa enrolled today in classes in the Singing Village, the first annual 10 days instruction carnp under prominent musical leaders of the country at the M. E. camp o n the south shore. Registration stayed at about 100 on the first day. The largest delegation came from Charles City with the Rev. and Mrs. C. Collis. The morning devotions opened today with flag raising by A. W. Henke, president of the Institute association, Cedar Rapids, with scripture reading by the Rev. Mr. Collis and devotions by Dr. John D. Clinton, Fayette. The Chicago Piano college saxophone sextet with guest artists will be the feature of the Friday night's entertainment at the Singing Village. One of their artists is an accomplished accordionist who will present selections on her .fl.OOO instrument. Evening services include a novel tree dedication service on the grounds at which time trees will he dedicated to the 10 leading composers of all time, Mozart, Wagner, Beethoven, Rossini, Brahms. Palestrina, Verdi, Bach, Hayden and Schubert. The largest tree on the grounds will be dedicated to the Giver of all Gifts, God. A. pine will also be planted and dedicated the "Cappelli Pine." Two Pay Fines in Lake Justice Court CLEAR LAKE, July 5.--Bernard Nossen, Ceylon, Minn., was fined 5100 and costs in C. W. Wallace's justice of peace court Thursday for possession of intoxicating liquor not properly labeled. Leo T. Darlington, Ames, was fined $5 and costs for disorderly conduct July 4. He was arrested by 0. T. Wooldridge. Clear Lake Calendar Saturday--Band concert at city park, 8. Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Dance at Surf ballroom, Red Wilson playing. Sunday---Sailboat races at Clea.r Lake. Band concerts at city park, 3 and 8. Monday--Joint installation of I. O. 0. O. F. and Rebekah lodges at 1. 0. O. F. hall. Singing Village Players CLEAR LAKE, July 5.--The saxophone sextet from the Chicago Piano college along with guest artists are to appear Friday and Saturday nights at the Singing Village festival at Methodist camp. There are two guest nrtists with this young group. Patron's tickets may he used to attend tbesr services which arc open to the public. Throngs Participate in Lake July 4 Celebration Van Horssen Champion in Horseshoe Pitching Contest. PICTURES ON PAGE 3 CLEAR LAKE, July 5.--A crowd estimated at 20.000 persons celebrated July 4 at Clear Lake, attending the numerous places of interest on midway, the dance halls, enter- ments and water sports. A parade 16 blocks in length featuring seven musical groups and marching corps started the celebration, which in the estimate of the spectators was the most elaborate procession in several years. A sum of $85 was given to winners for prizes, Had Beautiful Floats. Many beautiful floats were entered by commercial houses. Among this group were the Peoples Gas and Electric, a large flatiron made in white paper flowers with the purple and silver trim, the Surf ballroom with the complete white paper flowers with red and blue trim covering built over a town sedan; BuU grocery, a over float with yellow Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1934 Chevrolet master Fordor sedan. Cannot be told from new. $550. Lapiner Motor Co. WAGNER MOTOR CO. USED CARS BEFORE THE 4TH AFTER THE 4TH ANY DAY YOU NEED A CAR IT PAYS TO SHOP AT WAGNERS Ford V-8's Model A's Chev's. from '28 to '34 Olds, Pontiacs and Buicks Several Other Makes--All Types and Prices. OVER 19 YEARS IN CERRO GORDO and Wagner Trades for Less 202 1st St. S. E. Phone 922 j FOR SALE--Good ice box. 2!)«W. Wanted to Buy 75 Miscellaneous for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Floor show case. 318. FOR SALE--Barter chair in good condition. Ph. 2345J. WANTED -- Used furniture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--To buy killer horses for fox feed. Phone 551 during day or 356i, evenings. FOR RENT--Forest Park, beautiful bungalow; fine yard; choice location. Also $25, 5 rm., mod bungalow. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR SALE--S160 Toledo scale, 535; ! good as new. S. Side Exchange, ' 341 S. Federal. WANTED--All kinds of used fur. niture. Call us before you sell. ! Grahams. Phone 301. FOR RENT--7 room house, located at 545 4 S. E. Inq. 549 4 S. E. Let us drain your crankcase and fill | with our new-process WILHELM MOTOR OIL 40c GALLON Optometrists A15 service and price pleasing. See Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Clear Lake cottage, Dodge's Point, for July. Ph. 2763. FOR SALE--COTTAGES Fine 40 ft. lake front lot with water--S350 50 ft. lake front lot with plenty of shade and neat small cottage-- S600. Terms. These are rare bargains and priced to sell. Summer cottages for rent, all sizes and prices. H. H. CRANE Phone SO and G"0 HOMETOWN 422 N. Monroe Phone 4 Oil WANTED--Float pictures of 4th July parade. Clear Lake. Commercial Display Service, Bagley- Beck Bldg. I WANTED--3 Li X4 U film kodak" I Washburn Studio. Ph. 3. r i3. THE DEAL YOU WANT Is Righ Here and You Better See Us J. H. MARSTON 1 -2 Block East of Hanford Hotel white all trim and rumble seat where two small children rode: the Wolfram grocery of Ventura, a similar float with large baskets of roses and pink flowers to accentuate the coloring; Ventura State bank, an oddly shaped large white float; Kenyon's Dairy Products, white with blue and yellow trim, canopy over top where two children rode; Freeman and Kenyon with the red, black and white color scheme used, and First National bank. All of these were made by the Commercial diplay service of Mason City. A prize of $25 was awarded to the Home Improvement club in the rural section for their large fringed float bearing 25 children with balloons. All kinds of garden flowers were used in decorating the float while colors of lavep.dar and yellow were predominant. Among the other entries in this group were Lake Ambitious Vestas 4-H club, Grant's 4-H club, Poultry Improvement club, Farmers' Union, Clear Lake Auction company. Was of Boat Design. The Danish club won $25 for first place in the city club section. It was a Viking ship bearing the Danish flag for a sail bearing girls in the Danish garb, with red, white and blue color scheme. The other entry in this section was the one made by the Wa-Tan-Ye club, "The Wa- · Tan-Yan," a canoe ot pink hand 1 made roses bearing two children, Hope and Marty Hollister, dressed like Indians. The float was drawn by two ponies led by Maynard Thornbury and Leon Mcleney. The S25 prize for the patriotic division of the parade was awarded to the Stafford post of the American Legion which had the Legion Junior drum corps of Mason City as its entry. Another impressive float in this section was entered by the Legion auxiliary. It depicted the tomb of the Unknown soldier.. Upon the float was a gold star mother, a soldier boy, a sailor boy and the sweetheart. A float bearing five members of the G. A. R.. the colors borne by the American Legion color HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/ z x2I 2c EACH The Dry Mats arc excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatnerboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have a number which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globo-Gazette. Wanted to Rent 76 NOTICE: PpTTo Hit-do In Ariministrr the following BUDGET ESTIMATE A N D OF F l I . I N rrrv on TOWN. IM. OR SCHOOL ESTIMATE bearers, and a motorcycle escort headed the parade. Hope Ann Hea, South Third street, won the S10 prize in the comic section, representing a Cowgirl out prospecting. Another entry in this section, with goats and wagon, which caused much comment but were' unable to slay in the long course of the parade, dropped out before it reached the Lake Shore hotel where judges were. Held I'enny Scramble. Much interest was shown in penny scramble, an event sponsored by C. E. Wells in which about 50 boys of 12 years or under searched in a big pile of sand for 500 pennies. The boys finished at dark by screening all ot the sand for the last few coppers. A large crowd gathered on the Main street for the street sporL which were run off and prizes pre sented. Results are listed: Boys' 50 yard dash--Donald Lane, first:; Stanley Long, second. Girls' 50 yard dash--Blda Coe, first; Marie Groh, second. Free for all dash--Allan Tovvle, first; Harold McKenzie, second. Three-legged race--Wallers and Walters, first; Oulman and Mallo, second. Sack race--Wallers, first, Mnl- lo, second. Pie eating contest--Philip Lll- jtol, first; Arthur Gerk, second; Alfred Mcnkc, third. Beer drinking contest--Wayne Kurd, first; Mordal Anderson, second. Much interest was displayed in the horseshoe pitching contest in the park in charge of R. D. Robbins. William Van Horgsen of Clear Lake received the prize for first place in the tournament, W, E. Cline, Mason City, second and Ernest Green, Ventura, third. There were 12 participating with some skilled sportsmen pitching. .ARGE CROWD IS AT BOAT RACES !ook and Wagner Win Sailboat Trophies; Motor Boats Fail. CLEAR LAKE, July 5. _ Hun- Ireds of people lined the lake shores Thursday afternoon to witness the motor and sailboat races which were sponsored by the Clear Lake bus- ness men's league and the Yacht :lub. Two sailboat trophies were pre- rented to the winners of the two :ventg among the yachts. E. H. Wagner, Dodge's Point was awarded the trophy for winning the X boat class event in a period of 49 minutes, while Reirton of St. Louis was a close second. In the class C event L. J. Cook of DCS Moines, was awarded the other silver trophy with a time of 10 minutes 15 seconds. Dean Avis, tfason City, came in second and Thorkel Sondrol, Jr., third. The Dorothy Decker boat, which was near the lead in the race, was forced out when the mast gave away. It was expected to have the boat repaired for the races Sunday. In the motel-boat race Melvin Burns, Mason City, with a large round TOttomcd boat was the only one to finish. The L. L. Henningsen boat was forced to give up when it had irouble with its motor. Dudley Decker gave the crowd a thrill when 10 attempted to make the turn in the course in front of the White sier and his speedy out-board motor boat overturned. He was assisted out of the water by the judges' boat. The course followed by the motorboats was from the White Pier to the Outing club. Six laps were made by the Burris boat but the other boats were forced out because of choppy water. CEear Lake Churches v.'ill meet July I.'th Mnsin rlty. Io\v,i. *penrtiliirrs a- thfit School Dl.etr t 1:0n p. X., he hpnrr! for R. 1.. .TAMES, WANTED--Furn. mod. ground fir. apt. Pri. bath, close in. Must be first class. Write J-l, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sole FOR SALE--1926 Standard Buick coach. Good cond., good tires, $50. 216"; 22nd S. E. Ph. 4048. Auto Trucks SO FOR SALE--Bargain in slightly used 1935 Ford \' t ton panel truck. Ph. 7SS. S3 . ill : '=- f, : -ii r=? - 5= · s ? '· t* : i" Ofncral School HOUEP. S36R.97S .',2,695 53S.171 510.000 S22S.97R 12.MS Silt.673 S37I.67.1 512S.1SO J3M.6H4 (.( sr.h'jnl use In tin dlstr METHODIST. Sunday school at 9:45, dismissed at 10:30. The board has received an invitation for the congregation to attend divine services at the Methodist camp on the south shore. Dr. Bert Smith, district superintendent and formerly head of the Methodist brotherhood movement will be the morning speaker. The Singing Village staff will furnish music for the services. No evening- service at the church.--B. W. Riner. pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11 with Dr. John S. Nollen, president of Grinnell college, giving the message. Miss Alice Ann Moore. Grinnell, will also speak on Congregational Summer Training camps with special interest of the first annual one to be hekl at Clear Lake. Solo. 'The Rosary." by O. J. King.--H. E. Blough, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching by the pastor at n o'clock. The Mission society will have charge of the evening service at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting Thursday evening fit 8 o'clock. The Ladies' aid will mert the second Wednesday "nircc*""" Room ! '" July- Ml ' s - R - K - Nelson and M i r . | X. P. Jacnbscn will serve.--S. M. i Stenby. pastor. ' 7,ION ENGLISH LUTHERAN. North Fourth street. Sunday school 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship 11: sermon theme, "In the Shadow of the Temple Gate." Acts 3:1-16. Music by the vested junior and senior choirs. Baptism. L. D. R. Monday night at 7:30 at the church. Chorus will practice Friday night at 7 and 8.--H. O. Urness, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST. I. O. O. F. hall. Bible school at to. Mr«Tiing worship and communion at j l . .sermon theme. "Depression's Cure." II Chronicles 7:14.--Harold Buckles, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE. Division street. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching service at 1.1 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening service at 7:30. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30.--Mrs. H. M. Dunsmore and James Miller, pastors. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC. First Mass at 8. Second Mass at 10. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:45.--E. J. Supple, pastor. FIRST CHURCH CHRIST SCIENTIST. North East street. Sunday school at 10. Services at 13, topic, ''God." Wednesday evening sendees at S. Clear Lake Briefs Ritz Hotel, Bayside. Ph. 37F3. Mrs. William Nelson, Thornton, received external burns near her eye by the explosion of a firecracker. She was given treatment at the Phillips hospital. Several other minor burns were treated at the hospital on the Fourth. C. H. Wallace, Belmnnd, is spending' several weeks with his uncle, C. W. Wallace. South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bruggman, Ackley. visited friends in Clear Lake the Fourth. He is the former manager of the Park theater. Rollins ringless sheer hose 79o pr. The Nichols Shop. Miss Hazel Larson, Minneapolis is visiting over the week-end at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Larson, South Third street. White hats, crepe and felt, $1.95 up. The Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaufman, Reinbeck, are holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Greene, South Second street. Wash silk dresses, all sizes, .?3.95 up. The Nichols Shop. Perle Rider, manual training instructor of the Oclwein high school, spent the Fourth of J u l y in Clear Lake. Imported linen hdkfs. 25c each. The Nichols Shop. Miss Edna Hadlpy, Cedar Rapids, is expected to arrive today for a week-end stay with Miss Mary Taylor. Outlet park. H. G. Jensen, who is working uf, Decorah, visited over the Fourth with his family here. Mrs. y. S. Hnon, Des iUoinss, 1* a houscgnest this week-end at tha home of her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trager, South Second street. Miss Lillian Levy, Chicago, arrived for a visit with her brothers. Syri and Lou Levy, owners of Syd's Delicatessen. West Second street. il S3M.7.M 68,129 AVERY U A K N K K Iowa srx. - MO.V. - TUBS. ·IL'LV T. 8, 9 Ann Harding, Hr.rbcrt Marshall --In-"THE FLAME WITHIN" P A O If f\ IV IV THEATER Friday-- "CALIENTE" Dolores Del Kin - Pal O'Brien S A T U R D A Y "J HODRS TO KIM KirhartI Hilrthplmr*

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