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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 3 H 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 When Advertising in the Want Ads--Use GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AO ~ BATES. · Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. · CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c per. column Inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will · be allowed on all classified ad; vertisements paid for at the . time of Insertion or not later · than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisi;- ' ments must be addressed to the · letter 'stated in the ad. care ot ..the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Ga. zette reveal the name of those -Inserting ''blind" advertisements. Personals- CHAULOTTE SMITH Practical Psychologist,- will answer 'five questions by mail for one dollar. .'\Vrito Charlotte Smith, 2521 Third / Avc., Council Bluffs, Iowa. PLAY GOLE AT "THE JIGGS" Help Wanted, Male-WANTED--Boys to carry paper routes in city. See Mr. Hillstrnm at Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Carriers for morning and Sunday routes, north end of town. Apply 4 to K p. m. 4',a Isl S. E. H. A. Nordah). WANTED Married man for farm work, separate house. State experience, age, wages, number of children, etc. Write K-3, GLOBE-GAZETTE Help Wanted, Female-WANTED--Experienced bookeeper and stenographer. Apply at Fields' store between 5 and 6. No telephone calls. WANTED--Experienced Princess Cafe. - waitress. WANTED--Elderly lady to care for 2 small children. Bullis Court. Inquire No. 3, WANTED--Experienced girl for general housework. 24 llth N. E. WANTED--Experienced girl for general housework. 1106 N. Jeff. Salesmen Wanted-WANTED--Young men 18 to 21 for For Rent, Rooms-FOR RENT--Furn. room for girls Home privileges. Ph. 2539. Wanted to Buy- V/ANTED -- Poland China boar, around 200 Ibs. Phone 15F12. FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. 914 N. Ad. ! FOR RENT--3 furnished rooms for light hskg. Heat, light, water furnished. 418 So. Geor. Ph. 2215J. WANTED TO BUY A lot for cash. Must lie located in west or northwest part of city. Ph. 2G71W. Harrv Mark. 23 S. Monroe. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskg. rooms, all modern. Ph. 2575W. FOR RENT--2 mod. furn. light hsk, rms. No children. 604 4 N. E. FOK KENT 2 pleasant light hskpg. rms. N. W. part of city $25. Everything furnished. Phone 2S10J. WANTED TO BUY Small home close in about March 1. Write K-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED---A small flat-top office desk. Ph. 3490. FOR RENT--2 unfurnished modern rooms. Ph. 2081W. FOR RENT--Niceiy furnished modern room, close in. Ph. 3491 W. FOR RENT--Sleeping and light hskg. rooms. 109 14 N. W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 132 4 N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. light house keeping rooms. 13 5th N. E. 18 holes. Cash prize given to . low I salcswork to travel with manager. pQR RENT Furn. li"ht hskg. rms. c*fir-r fn-f viirn »nrl itf/\»\mn ! nKniit" £9r» nm 1 ivontr (""nil » t 9.02 TJ\ : _ . . -_ _ . «... ?-- -, FOR RENT--Nicely furn. front bedroom in mod. home for 1 or 2. garage if desired. Ph. 2334 after (i p. ni. 412 1st N. W. score for men and women. 1'rice, day or nigiit, 15c. Children lOc. Lost and Found-- i about $23 per week. Call at 202 M. j 2Q gth g w Ph 33 .i 5J . B. A. Bldg. ' ' LOST SATURDAY rimmed glasses with bows in black case. gold I SALESMAN WANTED i to Represent | RICHMAN BROTHERS j CLOTHES '· We announce for spring 1931 the PH. 716 REWARD FOR RENT--Bedrm. 224 W. State FOR RENT--3 furn. rooms. G3S S. Fed. light hskg FOR RENT Twin bedroom and single bedroom. For Rent, Houses-FOR RENT--Modern five room house on car line. Ph. 336. FOR RENT--3 rm. house. Ph. 1480. FOR RENT--4 rm. partly mod. bungalow, good location, cheap rent. Inq. Mier Wulf store. Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Feb. 1. seven room house, modern with garage. 804 North Adnins. H. J. Steinberg. FOK KENT FOR 2 MONTHS Furnished house to responsible couple. Give references. Write Z-2, GLOBE-GAZETTE Legal Notices NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF PETEH THOMPSON AS EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. No. 4040 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Laura Thompson, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; ami those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk' of the District Court. PETER THOMPSON. Dated January 22, 1931. Ira W. Jones, Attorney. S. H. MacPeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR Lake GlobeGazette« HELEN HEND1CHJKS News Editor Residence Phone S40W OFFICE PHONE ' No. 23D LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phono G7 DESIRABLE HOUSE FOIl RENT MARCH I Will sell part or nil furniture, rugs, draperies with lease. Write S-2, GLOBE-GAXETTE FOR RENT--Mod. house. Ph. 3224j. LOST--Brown leather purse con.-, taining keys. Ph. 239, Clear Lake. LOST--Coin purse. Finder keep .. money, return keys. Ph. 15G4J. Money to Loan finest lino we have offered in our I Home privileges with young couple, entire 52 years hi business. I ,,,. ·,,,-,%«, years An aggressive conscientious uinn 'is wanted to handle this new line in Mason City, Iowa and vicinity. This is an opportunity to build up a permanent business and make a Ing Income. THE RICHMAN BROTHERS CO. Cleveland, Ohio PH. For Sale--Real Estate-- FOIl SALE--G-rm. modern house and 2 lots. Ph. DOSJ. J. F, Sclmcl- c-r, 811 Hildrcth St., Charles City, --on-- JDiAMONDS-KUKNlTUKK-AUTlS-SM.ARY No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 821 1st Nat!. Bh. Phone 412 Household AND uptosii00 1 Automobiles TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS :C; L. PINE LOAN CO. ADDRESSING Envelopes. Work at home during spare time.. Substantial weekly pay; experience unnecessary. · Dignified employment for honest, sincere, ambitious persons. Advancement League, Naperville, III. For Rent, Apartments FOR KENT Furnished modern 4-room apt. Sen J. B. YOUNOISLCOD I'honc 3G FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. Ph. 2329J. 116 7th N. E. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. 3 rms. and kitchenette, garage. Ph. 2891. Salesladies-WANTED--2 women for saleswork. Must put in S hours a day with established customers. Ask for Miss Fandschulte, 202 M. B. A. Bldg. 204-5-fi Weir Blilg. Stuto St. Fed. Ave. Phono 234 Male or Female-WANTED Lady or gentlemen as partners in real estate business. Write N-3I, GLOBE-GAZETTE M O N E Y F, p R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your tfiito, Furniture or Other Security. . Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Fldbr M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 WANTED--Man' or woman to look after big organization in spare time for New York publishers. Com- Ipensation salary and commission. ' Apply by letter to J ' J ' H " % MasT ° n ! cjty N(JW Agency Mason City, la. nans on MJISOII City property. First Mortage. G«o. Xjui Every Ph. 3983-2S38,!. Educational Opportunities MAN, reliable, now employed, who desires to learn Elec. refrigeration bus. on the side and better himself. Some high schooling nee. Write T-31, Globe-Gazette. For Sale, Miscellaneous-- '.'." LOANS Made privately, small amounts, confidential. Write L-31, GLOBE-GAKETTE FOR SALE--Carrots. Ph. :l43i)W. Situations Wanted--MARRIED MAN wants work on 'farm. Can give references. Write W-3, Globe-Gazette. FOK SALE Several good Majestic radios lowest prices. Can 1m bought 01 easy terms. P. G. it E. Co. POTATOES Very fine ((Utility jrnulc U. S. No. $1.10 tin. "OR RENT--Desirable homelike modern, furn. apt. 320 2 N. W. FOK KENT--8 room apartments S20 to $25. Several good modern iiou.scs $25 to $40. Kehm Land Co. Phone 827. FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. duplex apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Pri. bath. 223 5th N. W. Call after 5 p. m FOR RENT--Heated apL Ph. FOR RENT--Front apt. in Delft ware Bldg. Call 3D62 or 832 FOR RENT--Small u n f u r n . Weplei apt.; no children. 114 N. Adams FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood; Ph. 30. FOR RENT--Apt. Ph. 3542 or 672 6X)R RENT--4 and !5 rm. furn. apts in Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. FOR RENT--2 rm. apt. furn. for light hskg. 20 4th N. W. Ph. 1400J FOR RF/NT--Mod. apt.. 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. Poultry FOR ^ ^ V L E L a y ' g . Leghorns. 12F4 EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN j It you buy in quantities they will wup-jioh on farm by March 1. | bo JCHS. ' Writis i 23 SOUTH MONROE D-2, GLOBB-GAKETTE j Phoni! 2G71W We Deliver WANTED Work of any kind by married man. S.vpericr.ecd on fmm and tractor work. Write N-3, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered-UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. FOR SALE--Bated timothy and oat straw. S. M. Knowlton, Rt. 5. CUSTOM HATCHING .$2.50 per 100 Our first set will be on Feb. !). Thi is a good way to get cheap carl chicks. Prices on blood lestcd chick greatly reduced. Several sampl brooder houses priced :tt cost. PHONE 2041 Mason City Hatchery FOR SALE--Buff Leghorns. PI 2950J. 1709 N. Carolina. FOIl SALE room cottage. A nice home. Price $2,000. Very easy terms. IEHM LAND CO. *PH. 827 STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4018 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of John D. Willson, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. CHAS. H. BARBER. Dated January 17, 1931. S. H. MacFeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. Moonlight League Scheduled to Play Friday Night at Community House. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--With another victory added to the Tarrs indoor baseball team as a result of the clash with the Kenyon's dairy last night, the Tarrs stand high in the league with four victories und no losses. Tarrs ran up a score of 14 to 3 on the milkmen. The Ritz smokers won from Dr. Bryson's T. N. T., 4 to 0, tallying three victories for Ritz. The Pitsoi .LegVn men made several hits in Tuesday night's games, some that netted them nine scores to Sam Kennedy's .six and some that gave them the title of the best dressed men on the floor. New gray jerseys lettered in navy blue are responsible for the name applied. The Moonlight league plays Friday night at 7:45 in the Communitj building. The schedule for next week's games is announced: Monday, Tarr vs. Pitsor. Dr. Bryson vs Kenyon dairy; Sam Kennedy vs 'Ritz Smoke shop; Tuesday, Wolford vs. Farmers' Co-ops., Findson -1-H boys vs. Perkins' dairy, and Royal Barbers vs. Jefferson smokeshop. 'OR SALE--Good 6 room house Must be moved bv March 1. 1897. 'OR SALE--Mod. 0 I'm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price 1 nd favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W I. Briar. PRICED TO SELL Lot 4, blk. 13, Francisco 2nd addi- ion. Mason City. Make me an of- 'er. Special prici) for cash. Mrs. Maude Wilson, Salt Luke CHv. Care f Wilsoii Hotel. HAVE GOOD CITY LOTS Will build for small payment down, mil monthly payments like rent. THONE 2GG7 Household Goods-piece Hcywflod Sparton electric radio, leather duofold, Victmla wUh 05 records. 1211 N. Adams. FOR SALE--t Wahofield set, FOIl SALE . 3 piece .iaccjiuird velour living room set. Lloyd baby stroller. 212 ADAMS BLOCK FOR SALE Several electric refrigerator calii- nols (only) at prices ranging from SIO to $25. P. G. E. Co. FOR SALE Several good .slightly used electric ranges nt attractive prices. P. (i. K. CO. ,\uto Accessories-- FOIl SALE 1027 Dmljrc Sedan. Good paint, tirr-s two iiinv, engine good. $20 down, $25 per mo. Call at G4S 4th N. E. AFTER, 4 P. M. Miss Rogers Elected Head ofWa-Tan-Ye Mita Church Becomes Member of Board Vacated by Dr. Jane Wright. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--Wu-Tan- Ye club members met Monday night at the Lions cafe for dinner. Miss Phoebe Rogers was elected president to succeed Mrs. Robert Williams. Other officers which were elected were Oretta Minette, vice president; Mollie McGowan, treasurer and Myrna Rydson, secretary. Mrs. Nita Church was elected a board member for a term of throe years, to take the place vacated by Dr. Jane Wright. It was decided to levy fines of five cents for tardiness of failure to wear pins. Plans were also completed for the benefit bridge wnlch will be held at the Librnry assembly rooms Wednesday. FeK IS. The regular meeting will be held on Feb. 10. Senate Holds Up Consideration of Resolution for Information. DES MOINES, Feb. 3. UP)--The ' csolution for an investigation of Ihe University of Iowa administration was held up again today upon reaching the senate floor because of uncertainty over the validity of its appropriation clause. The senate educational institutions committee, which has had the resolution under consideration for nearly a week, said it wished further time to determine whether the funds to conduct the investigation could be obtained under the resolution's present form. If necessary an amendment wil be introduced to correct this section. No indication was given as to when the committee will report. I. 0. 0. F. Dancing Club to Have Guests at Affair CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--Members of the I. O. O. F. Dancing club plan to hold the next party Wednesday night sit the I. O. O F. hall. Each "Odd Fellow will bi-'ng guests who are not members of the I. O. O. F. ar Rcbekah lodges. Kauh Odd Fellow is also bring sand'.viche.? and loughnuts for himself and guests. C. L. CALENDAR Wednesday--Lions club meets at the Lions cafe at noon. Woman's Home Missionary so- at the Methodist CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS POTATOES Northern Minncsolas We Deliver CALL 3015W Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2fi?,!W. PAINTING PAPERHANGING. winter rates. Ira Shaner. Ph. 1447J THINK THIS OVER Why not have your old mattress rc- imidc, as good us new, complete with beautiful art lick, $5.50. 1'JSl prices on upholstering' and furniture ro- palrinjr. New coverings. - Mason City FurnUuro Exchange- IHione 1G03 21 1st S. W. REMOVING and trimming trees, re' ^pairing and clean, cisterns. 3549. FOR SALE 22-foot motor launch and lot, Clear Lake, also electric radio and piano. Tnulc for what'.' or soil cheap. Write A-31, GLOBE-GAZETTE For Sale, Livestock ter Whit? gilts. Phone 9F4, William Poppen. FOR SALK 1 team large mules, t yr. old, also good work horses. JAMKS WHITE CLEAR LAKE KtJG weaving, sewing rags and coloring, to shade with bathrooms, Ijtrtrooros and kitchens. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Lnrsen. 1705 N. Fed. MJDDLE AGED WOMAN will can; PH. lOnli for children home. in their MKS. UOY Musical Instruments-- '. FOR SALE Gold plalcrt DC Luxe Model A R C trumpet OHO year old. Cost now SlfiS. $100 takes it. ELMER ANDERSON FOR SALE--Cows, some fresh, some springs. 2Vi miles south, 2',4 miles west of city. James Boyd. FOR SALE 0 bred Shropshire ewes, 8 yearling G U A R A N T E E D T O L I V C H I C K S G U A R A N T E E D TO LIVE TWO WEEKS OR WE REPLACE THEM AT HALF PRICE CHICKS FROM BLOOD TESTED FLOCKS White Leghorns, Buff Leghorns, Anconas, Heavy Mixed--$10 per 100, S-l r '.SO per SOB. Buff Orpingtons, White Wysin- dotlcs, Columbia Wyandottcs, White Rocks, Barred Rocks, Rhode Island ·Keds--512 per 100, $57.50 per :00 Assorted Light and Heavy Mixed-- S8 per 100, ¥38-per 500. First hatch Feb. 27 Custom Hatching--$3 a tray of 9(i eggs MAPLE LAWN HATCIIEKV Ventura, Iowa BIUTT HATCHERY Britt, Iowa GEO. DEYOE PHONE 3F3 Bx. 205 Dumont, Iowa Board and Room--· BOARD'AND Room. 210 N. ; 'Ison or call 1317W. SHOKTHORN BULLS 3 choice dark roun yearlings far .site. Thick, easy feeding kind. L. E. AXELTINE Ijilimcr Iowa Wanted to Borrow-WANTED TO HOUROW $Tj()0 nn MM.-nnd mortgage nn good pro- pnrlv. Wriln y-S, GLOBE-GAZETTE Trade or Exchange-- KDUCATIONAL 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 Z-30, Globe-Gazette. IMPROVED Dairy or truck farm near Clear Lake. Might trade for cleir city property. Write X-2 Olorjc-Gazotte. JSirds, Dogs and Pets-- TOR~SALK--Singcra and females and mated,pairs. Phone 1895. 115 EAST STATE USED CAK SHOWROOM 35 USED CARS TO CHOOSE FROM A Guarantee that is more Ihiin conversation 40 USED CAR SALES OUT OF THIS LOCATION IN J A N U A R Y ·SEE US SAVE MONEY All Msikirs , All Models Most of them carry 1931 License LIBERAL TERMS Seliiikei Motor Company FORD SALES and SERVICE "The Busiest Corner in Town' Services Are Held for Mis.s Mmiger at Church in Osage OSAGE, Feb. 3.--Funeral services for Miss Dell Minigcr were held this afternoon at the Uuiversalist church in the charge of the' pastor, the Rev. Frank Miller. Miss Miniger was born in Osage. She was a graduate of the Osage high school and also completed n stenographic course. She was regarded as unusually proficient in her work. Before moving to Waterloo she worked at the former Mitchell County Savings bank and for several years was deputy county clerk. She died at Rochester, Minn., Saturday, following a major operation. The body was taken to Minneapolis immedi- tcly for cremation, then brot to Osage. Surviving arc her parents, Ir. and Mrs. Herman Miniger. ciety meets church. American Legion auxiliary meets at'the club rooms. __ Timrsftaj--Twentieth Century club luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club. Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. "hall at noon. Home Improvement club meets at Ihe home of Mrs. Fessingden. Sorosis club meets at the home of Mrs. A. G. Pribbcnow, South street.. Illustrated lecture on South America at the Community building by F. A. Flood. Daughters of Union veterans meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid society meet at the church at 2:30. Friday--Operetta "Twilight Alleys" presented at high school by grade students. Clear Lake Lions vs. Lake Mills at Lake Mills. Christian Workers meets at 2:.*!0 o'clock at the home of Mrs. T. L. Sears, South Fourth street. GOOD W I L L CARS '28 Ponlinc 2-dr. Sed., fine cond. SSfi '28 Pontinc 4-dr. Sed., 1st class S47 '20 Durarit Coach, lots of extras i?3!)5 ·20 Ford Roadster, like new .. .$325 'SOPonliac Coupe, perfect . . . . § . TRADE--TERMS We specialize in giving you rea value for the price we ask--remem her that it will pay you to see u for a good late model used car ir a standard make. Jolio Gallagher OAKLAND-PONTIAC MOTOR CARS SALES and SERVICR S5-37 2nd St. S. E. Phone 15(1 Open Evenings nnd Sundays 'ormer Resident of Gc arner GARNER, Feb. 3.--The body of Mrs. A. C. Flint was brot here Satir.'Jay from Manson for burial in Concord cemetery beside her hus- and, who died about six years ago. Mrs. Flint was before her marriage Miss Corliss Mae Sage, and vas for a number of years postmistress at Woden. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Flint lived in Garner a mini jer of years. Findley Whirford, Lone Rock, Is Dead BANCROFT. Feb. 3.--Findlcj Whitford of Lone Rock died at his home Sunday afternoon of cancer of the stonvich. He was f5 years o age and had been in poor health foi some time. His wife and one daufjh tcr survive. Burt Council Elects G. F. Vogel as Mayo BURT, Feb. 3.--G. J. F. Vogc was elected mayor at a specia meeting of the town council Katur day evening. He succeeded C. O Bailey, who resigned to move t Inwood. C. F. Mann and C. B. Chip man were appointed councilmen take Mr. Vogcl's place and t h n t Thomas Hawcolt, who died recent \V. C. T. U. Institute Planned. FERTILE, Feb. 3.--The Fertil W. C. T. U. will hold an institute ; the Church of Christ Thursday. 1 will be an all-day meeting. Count President Mrs. Bart?; find Mrs. talino Sandcr-son will have chars; of the institute. Dinner will served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kilburn left Monday morning for Sinley where -hey wlh make a week's visit at the · of the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Itoy ClarU, Ili'cor- Rh, spent the week-end at the home of Mr. imd Mrs. R. B. Kennedy. South Fourth street, airs. Clark and Mrs. Kennedy are sisters. Mr. and Sirs. K. 1C. Ilaydeu and sons, Robert and Kenneth. DCS Moines, returned to Dos Moincs Sunday after spending Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lueretia Hayden, North Second street. Mrs. Lucretia Hayden spent the past week in DCS Moines and Mrs. R. E. Hayden spent it in Clear Lake. Mr. :tnd Mrs. A r t h u r Oicbtcr und daughter, Audrey, spent the weekend at loxva Falls. The Misses Eleanor nnd Margaret Mitchell, daughters oE Mr. antl Mrs. W. L. Mitchell loft Tuesday morning: for Madison, Wis'., where they will enroll in the University of Wisconsin. Both of them, completed their bachelor of arts degree, at the university last fall. Eleanor xvill work on her masters in English while Margaret will continue with art work. Carolyn Somlrol underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Park hospital, Mason City, Monday. Mrs. Leslie Cobb, Waterloo, arrived in Clear Lake Monday because of the serohis illness of her brother, Ross Hill, who resides north of Clear Lake. He is suffering from pneumonia. Mollie Leone is the iuir.i» which Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Bnffinpr- Lon have chosen for their youngest. She was born Friday incrning at home south of Clear Lake. She is the fourth child in UIG family. Tho Uijv. H. C. Holm, president »f the Iowa district of tho Lutheran church, was a guest of the Rev. H. O. Urncas home Simdivy evening. Tho Rev. Mr. Holm spoke Sunday TING Lake and Grant Drama Players Spend Tuesday at Iowa State College. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--About 30 Clear Lakers left Tuesday morning for Ames where they will attend the opening day of the Farm and Home week. Lake township drama players made the trip by virtue of their winning at the county meet Saturday night. They were to present their play. "The Valiant," this afternoon about 5 o'clock at the Iowa State college with winners from other county contests. Thise in the cast are Thclma McKibben, Robert Furleigh, Raymond Nickerson and Robert Findson. Others who went to Ames are: R. T. Carlock; Mrs. Will McKibbcn, Mrs. Raymond Nickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ransom, Mrs. Norman Nelson, Mns. Charles Findson, Miss Mabel Rushia and Miss Myrtle Oulman. All of the Grant township players also made the trip as guests of the Clear Lake Commercial club. These included Robert Hickok, Jr., Margaret Lee, Margaret and Edgar Wagoner, Ernest Zoble, Spencely Abrahms, Vera Abrahms, Mildred and Wayne Wolford, Hazel Huber and Alfred Prcslholt. Home Missionary to Hold Monthly Session CLEAR LAKG, Feb. S.--Members of tlie Women's Home Missionary society plana to meet at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Miss Ida Gary will have charge of the devotions, the topic oC which is "Other Folks." Mrs. F. W. Tripiett and Mrs. George Bourne; will lead the lesson "The Use of All Races," Mrs. E. C. Waller will present the enigmas. Mrs. James Miller chairmans the refreshment committee. Request Pictures to Be Sho\vn al Park TVieatex CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--In addition to the regular evening program the management of the Park theater announces the second showing of some of the popular productions two nights each week. Requests for certain pictures have boon sent to the management, so that Sid Levy, manager, 1ms taken this means of satisfying his customers. Among those which have been booked for a. second showing- arc "The Big House," "Sumiyside Up." "High Society Bines," "The Cuckoos," "The Unholy Three" and "The Divorcee." at the Our Savior's church, Mason City. Lutheran Average Product of State Below Standard in Many Ways. AMES, Feb. 3. ;'!'--Iowa needs a good fresh egg, R. G. Clark, dairy ind food commissioner for the Iowa lepartmcnt of agriculture, told the poultry marketing conference held nday in conjunction with the Iowa Slate college farm and home week. Altho the state produced 2,000.100.000 eggs last year, the avoragii production at the market was below fresh eggs standard in w e i g h t , ' ,:IeaniincsH and condition of tho yolk, Clark said. Not more than 70 per cent of the eggs could qualify as "fresh" the dny they were laid. The dirty egg, the little egg nncl the blood- ring egg can hardly be counted as high grade products. Clark suggenled improvement in the quality of the egg layers and more careful marketing of the eggs The product can be marketed cooperatively, he said, in the same manner as milk products are marketed in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Two Directors Named by Burt Creamery BURT, Feb. 3.--The H u r t Farm ers' creamery company held its annual meeting at the Beltone theater Saturday afternoon. G. W. Bloich was re-elected director and W. A. fitoutenberg was elected to succeec 13. H. Marlow. Paul MacAuley and Robert Cogdill will continue as but- termaker and assistant at the creamery. Walter Sorensnn wat hired to run the up-town cream station. The secretary work was made ·A part of Mr. MacAuley's duties Mi.s.s- Maltic Warncs was fonncrlj secretary. Lutherans Go to Fori-st Cl'ly. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--A group of Sunday school teachers of the Zion Lutheran church attended a round-table discussion at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Forest City. Sunday afternoon. The Rev. .1. 1ST. Anderson, D. D., Minneapolis, led the discussion. Local persons who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. John Osnes;/, the Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Unless, John Lunpren. John Mornn, Mrs. William Wcttcrling, Mr. and Mrs. Lomcn, Alma Olson and Avns Gardner. Dandelion Blossom Is Preserved Under Snow CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 'A.--A dan- lolion which has been in bloom on the pur-king- of the E. W. Winnie ionic, Vincent street, has caused much neighborhood conversation. After the blossom was picked it was discovered that the stem was Ucad. The petals of the flower were thot to have been preserved under tht! snow since the Uvl.c autumn. Seglem Again Is Head of Society at Fertile FERTILE, Feb. 3.--The Central American and African missionary society met Sunday afternoon in the mission hall. J. W. Severn was re-elected president, which office he has held since the society was organized eight years ago. Lewis Varbe.rg is secretary and treasurer. The society has received some $2,300 since it was organi/ed. This sum has been divided equally between the two missionaries which it represents, Miss Mabel TClllum in Central America anil Miss Bessie Fallackson in Africa. Ida Wise Smith Is Speaker at Osage OSAGF,, Feb. 3.--Ida B. Wise- Smith, nationally known temperance worker and lecturer spoke at the union church service Sunday evening in the Methodist church am" before the City Federation of Wo men's clubs yesterday afternoon. LltfS Auto Licenses Issued ALLISON, Feb. 3.--According to County Treasurer Lee L. Parks 1,133 automobile licenses wore is sued during January, bringing ii about 519,800. Mrs. Bowman Reviews Book on Scandinavia CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--The quarterly luncheon of the Library Reading - club was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Ott. Assisting Mra. Ott in serving were Mrs. O. T. Hanscn, Mrs. George Bourne, Mrs. John Bohning and Mrs. J. R. Tumble-son. Table decorations were carried out in green and white. Green tapers and similax assisted in carrying out the effect. Mrs. Mary Bowman gave an interesting book review of "Summer trip to Scandinavia," by Hurry Frank. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Palmer Take K. K. Club Honors CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 3.--Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Choate were hosts to members of the K. K. club Monday night at the Soda Gril. The party spent the evening at the Choate home on North Third street where bridge was the evening's diversion. Mrs. A. R. Phillips received high score while Mrs. F. L. Palmer received second high. Ira Jones received the consolation. ARK THEATER Clear Lakis LAST TIME MONDAY "WHOOPEE" TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY The Amazing Story of Jenny Lind! "A LADY'S MORALS" ORACK MOOIIK -REGINALD DENNY

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