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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONE- Use Globe-Gazette Want Ads to Sell Old Clothing, Rent a Room, Etc. Classified Advertising Information .bitietm ccnu a line tirsi insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent Insertion, (Count Jlvo average words to the lln«,) Seven insertions »re given for the price of six. CLASSIFIKD DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will ba allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion pr not later LhQ S dtys thereafter. All uut'Of-towns ads are payable la advance, All refunds on Want Ada must be called I'or within 30 days of tha cancellation date of ths order. Answer to "blind" advertisements tnuat be addressed to the letter stated In the ad r care of the. Gtohe-GazeUe. Under no circumstances wUI the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. PHONE 3800 between 8 a, m, and fi p. m. and aak for the Ad Taker. Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. B. Swarncr. 207M» N. Fed. Ph. 177. L O A N S on T ·RNITURE, AUTOMOBILES, DIAMONDS AND OTHER PERSONAL. PROPERTY made pr;mptly anywhere in 1 -rth Central Iowa. Call, phono or write for free Information, Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Large, clean, hskpg. rm. with kitchenet. 12th St. N. W. Ph. 2316J. FOR RENT--Large front sleeping room furnished, close In. Call before. 9:30 a. m. or after G o'clock p. m. Phono 1522. FOR RENT--2 furn. · light hskg. rms. 14 13th St. N. W. FOR RENT--Light hskpg. rm. and kitchenet. Ph. 2201. C. L. Pine Loan Company Apts. for Rent 45 Phone 224 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bank "Large .lough to serve you, small enough to know you." FOR RENT--Apts., rms, 145 5 S\V. INDCX TO CLASSIFIED \ Classifications are numbered according to tho position In which they appear In tJie section. ApLs. for Rent .. 43 Amusements .... ? Auto Accessaries S2 Autos for Sale ,. 79 Auto Storage ...AT3 Auto Trucks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . 16 Biiarcl, Jioom . . - 4t) BMg. Materials . 43 Business L, o c a- lion Business tunities C a f e s , rants Grin! 37 Oppor- ...... 20 Restau- ,. 17 Thanks 2 Chiropodist Chiropractors ... H Cleaners. Dyers . 18 Cottages ...... A4S Death NoliucB . . \ Dogs, Birds, Pela 83 E(!ucAtLonal Opportunities ... 4(1 Electrical service 61 Employment Service .......... A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms for Rent .A50 FUrm Machinery fil v t? emajfj » Help W a n t e d , Male " Help W a n t e d , Mate. FemalD. . .Hide, Wool. Furs Household Goods Houses for Sale Houses for Kent A30 78 73 instruction Insurance In M'. :Or!am Job f ..ntlng ... Lau. tiles Livestock (or Sale location Wr.nted Lost and Fou; ' Lots for Salo J, . Machinery Milk lilac, for Sale .. Mtac. for Rent .. Money to Loan Mortgages ..... Monuments Moving, Storage Musical Inslr. .. Nursery Stock .. OflLcea for Xlent Otfice EqulpL, .. Osteopathy Painting, Decor. Personals Photographers .. numbing, Htff. . Poultry, ERSS ,. Radio Suppljcs .. Real Estate Wtd. Kooraa for Rent Sale or Trade . Sata or .Rent . .. Salesladies Salesmen Seeds, feeds ... Serv. Offered ... Situation Wtd. .. Stamps, Coins ,, Stationery Stocks Slimmer Cottages Swap Service .. . Travel Bureau - . Trade or Excb. . UpholslerlnR Wtd. (o Borrow Wttt. to Buy . .. Wtd,, Misc. . , , . Wtd. to Rent .. Wearing Apparel 39 11 10 A 2 20 21 05 (3 48 54 A 4 23 58 S7 G3 64 15 24 5 25 2U 74 27 68 44 A3S .A47 34 35 28 .A33 33 ,A7-1 71 72 7 33 .A 0 42 £i9 77 75 A75 7fi 70 Death Notices 1 KUEHN, Mrs. Winifred McAllister, 63, died at the home" of her son, Kenneth McAllister, Dubuque, Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning. Bur- Jal will be in Elmwood cemetery. The Randall funeral home ir charge. NIELS13N, Mrs. Clara, 40, who resided at 222 Eighth street southwest, died at a local hospital Wednesday afternoon from a throat complication. Funeral services will be held at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Saturday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock. The Rev. B. T. Erholm, pastor of the church, will be in charge. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. The McAuley funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. "Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florist s ' IN the hour of Joy as well aa in st- - I row, flowers best express your ! i Kcntiments. Strictly fresh home- 1 'grown stock. Kemblcs. Ph. 55. Monumenls A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mnn't Co.. 504 N, Monroe 7H3. Personals *[;PENCER Corsets, light weight, , economical, designed for the wo- iVian who is to wear it. Ph. 3856. t Lost and Found l^OST--Black purse containing f;iilse teeth. Ph. 1170. Reward. i J t Money to Loan 8 t DO YOU NEED MONEY? $40 $50 $100 $200 LOANS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS D I A M O N D LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 113 AUTOMOBILE L O A N S IF YOU NEED MONEV REFINANCE YOUR CAR! We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down. Furnlttfr* Loans Also JIado Phono 727 or Como In HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. ISldg. A Friendly LOAN SERVICE UP TO SSOO Borrowing money when you need it is very simple. Jugt call at our office and tell us how much you want. No embarrassing investigations, everything strictly co?,"i- ciential. We have served Mason City borrowers for many years. We have built on friendly service. Let us help you. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door West of Adams Prug. Phone 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to ?3. Shampoo nnd finger wave 50c. Ph. 8011, cnl] for Lo Moderne Annex. 2131/2 N. Fed. Ave. Help Wanted, female 31 WANTED--Housekeeper more for home than wages. Write Z-7, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Middle aged wum^c en farm. Small family. Ph. 2405W. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Work on farm by married man. Write Y-7, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 ROOFS repaired Phone .1830 Salesmen 35 FOR YEARS Rawleigh household products have been used by millions of families. We have opening here now for good man to supply users in cities of Clear Lake, Garner, Nora Springs and East Floyd county. Earnest workers should earn ?25 and up weekly. We furnish everything but tho car. Address Rawleigli Co., Dept. 1-li, Freeport, III. Business Location 37 FOR RENT^GocKHocaUon foVljar"- ber shop, everything f u r n . Ph. 318. Swap Service 38 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 Wand, Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, bc- sides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Mod. bung, on 1 acre for close In, large house. Write CC-7, Globc-Gazet -.. SWAP--22 repeating Hem. rifle, for 36 in. capacity wood lathe. Write DD-8, Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP Pontiac 6 new license for 200 bu. corn or onts. Write ZZ-8, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Nearly new 10 ft. disc, 8 ft. disc, 3 yr. old mare, broke, for oats. Write NN-8, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--600 egg incubator for cattle, oats or anything-. Write WW-7, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Equity in S rm. house in Forest Park for 5 rm. bung. Write KK-8, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Model T Ford truck shift and rack for cows or young cattle. Write BB-G. Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 EXCHANGE Music lessons by exp. professional for location uptown to give them. Ph. 3105. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Hod. slpg. rm. 34!UW. FOR RENT--1 light liskp. rm., reasonable. 1614 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Furn. rms. 1831LW. FOPv RENT--Unfurn. 5 rm. nnd bath apt. 340 S. Penn.. Ph 2104. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Potato chip machines with electric potato pealer. Bargain. B. 0. Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. FOR RENT-- Fura. apt. 712 N. Mad. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/ 2 x21 2c EACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboard ing, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1929 Packard deluxe 4 door 6 cylinder sedan. New tires, trunk and rack; completely refinished; exceptional bargain, s. R. Chev. Co., Inc. FOR RENT--Small hardwood apt. Overstuffed suite. 672 B. State. FOR KENT--Two 2 room furnished front apartments. Hcut, light, gas, water, f u r n . Over I G. A. Grocery. Harris. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--7 rm. mod., gas heated house, furn. or unfurn. Ph. 3247. FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. house, S10 mo. Ph. 3096. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house. 14. 5th N. W. Close in. Garage. Ph. 737. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bimg. 34-16. FOR RENT--3 rm. house, furn, or unfurn. in N. part of city. Ph. 301. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3114. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--6 rm. mod. house $100 down. Ph. 2960. First Class Second Hand BATTERIES In perfect condition. Guaranteed. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal I'hoiio 831 Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Piano. Ph. 1464J. Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT Desirable suite of front office rooms. Good light, heat furnished. Reasonable rental. Possession immediately. Inquire Business Manager Gloue-Gnzetto I'hono 3800 FOR SALE--54,700, 7 rjn. lise., 2 lots, paved, close in, great buy. W. U Fatten, 109 East State. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Lady's black winter coat. 1G. Chenp. 1012 E. State. FOlt SALE--Homes. Muny sections of city, $600 to $2,000. Do not de- Iny longer getting yours. M. St. M.OCII Co., 818 S. 1'res. Ph. 837. FOR SALE--7 rm. mod. house, 415 5 S. E. Call 1C81LJ ov 68. FOR SALE--New mod. 1 rm. bung, heated garage. Ph. 18S3W. Farms tor Sale 50 FOB SALE--d!0 A. Womlerful smooth upland stock farm, all tillable, just over the. line in Minn., one mile to paved highway, two miles to good trading town and 30 minutes drive to paclflng plant tit Austin. Could not be be:»t for HbCiip ranch. Possession March 1st. Price $27.50 per acre. Frcetruin Jt Kcu- yon, Clear Lalie, Iowa. ONE of Iowa's most beautiful 160- acre farms for sale. Located on the paving between Mason City and Nora Springs. Modern house and barns electric lig-hted, running' water, land all tiled, woven wire fences. Good soil, a real home. No safer investment can be found, §5,000 to 56,000 will handle. Balance long time at 5%. No payments on principal. Call Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134, Mason City, Iowa. FOR FARM--Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Nortliwood, Iowa. Farms for Rent A50 FOR KEkT^J20~acres near I-ylc, Minn. Two-fifths oats and eor , cash for _ .isture «nI hay. Write T-fi, '}lobe-Ga7.etle, or call 8«7. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--1\{. h. p. John Deere engine, pump jack attachment. Ph. 2FSO, Nora Springs. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Good young Guernsey cow, about to freshen. Call 5F2 or see Clark Lewis, 3 mi. 3., 1 mi. E. FOR SALE--2 Guernsey cows, heavy springers, 1 black cow, Creah, 1 black gelding. 2051 N. Car. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Fed. Springer Spaniel cheap. 2000',i S. Fed. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE CHEAP--Nnfl cash register, ga.sfllitio preH. stove suitable for hamburger inn, elec. light plnnt. Write T-8, Globn-Onzi-.tte. FOR. SALE--8 tons gooil quality alfalfa hay In barn. G miles Knulh of Clear Lake. F. P. Walker, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Mixed wood, .$1 ton; 2 ton or over $3.50 ton. Delivered to 10 miles. K. L. Dally, Nora Springs. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Voss elec. washer, S12; ironing board, book case and canaries. 616 S. Pres. FOR SALE--2 gas burners. 1514. FOR SALE--Hoover vacuum sweeper, cheap. HOD S. Fed. FOR SALE--Reasonable Majestic 7 tube console radio, perfect condition. Ph. 1991J. FOR SALE 1'outh's Bed ami Springs §7. 312 North Hampshire and 3rd Northeast. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy second player piano. Ph. 3253.T. hand HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, denta} scrap. Blanchard'a Jewelry. WANTED--Last yriir'.s roosters DC. Mason City Poultry Store, CIO South Fcilcrul. I'hono IDOi. WANTED--Used furn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Lapincr Motor Co. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent mod. 5 or (i rm. house in good location. Write Y-8, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--3 or 4 room unfurn. apt. Desirable location. State full inf. Write K-6, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE 1932 Cliev. 2-door Sedan. Rubber practically ncxv. A-l shape. Will trade or sell for cash. Can be financed with clotvn pn3 r mpnt and small monthly payments PHONE 4159 USED CARS 11)2!) Chev. Ji/ 2 -Ton Truck. Clean. 1H3I Graham-Paige Sedan. Perfect. 1931 Chev. Deluxe Conch. Ex. good. 3!IS2 Dodge Coupe. Like ncu 1 . 1932 Plymouth. Extra cicnn. .Many other gond buys. J. H. MAKSTON '/, Block East of Hiinford Hotel FOR SALE or TRADE--!930 Clicv. Coach. Wire wheels. 13,000 actual miles. Cash or forms. 625 S. Monroe Ave. Ph. 291GW. GOOD CLEAN COAL r i t i r prices Jetst try flne ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 FOR SALE--8 ft. glass show caae. Ph. 1106. FOR SALE--2 fine diamonds at sheriff's sale nt courthouse, Feb. 9 at 2 p. m. Ph. 260. Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 1027 Chev. Cp. (nee this one) extra good. l!)2n Ford Spt. Cp. (runs like new) 1030 Chev. Coach (good and clean) 3029 Stud. Sedan (exceptionality good buy). 1928 Kssex Sedan (worth more Hmn TVG ask). 11)30 Dodge Panel (ready for bus! ness). COMPLETE SERVICE You will find our service department tho most complete In Mason City. Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Dattery Service, \Vnr.hlnp,, Greasing, Body, Ft-n- der nnd Mechanical Repair nt Reasonable prices. Glx-e tis a trial on nny automobile need for any car. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES in 1st S. K. Opp. Old P. O FOR SALE or TRADE--I'/j-ton '32 Chevrolet Truck. Long wheelbase, duals, 27,000 actual miles, good Dhupc, Inrgo enclosed steel box. 625 Smith Monroe Avenue. Phone 291GW. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 1 ton truck, in good running cond., 585. International Motor Trucks. Ph, 20. Clear Lake ,zette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGG1NS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 iriilff^Y^Bftjgjggjgftg^^ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice la hereby given that I.. B, 1'oller il Fulton F. Potter of Mason Clly, Iowa have associated themselves together us n body corporate under the provision*) of Chapter 384. Title 10 of the 1B31 Code of Iowa and acts amendatory thereto. The immo of euch corporation [a "Home Loan A Ftnance Co,." and Us principal place of business Is Moson City, Iowa, The Renerai n a t u r e o( the business of uch corporation is a General Investment und, loan business including the following: To acquire, own, ICBBC, sell or othprwjge deal In every kind of properly, real, personal and mixed whatsoever; to act an nycnt Tor Insurance and Indemnity companies In tlolng aiich business as may be nnd Is delegated to It aa uch agent by euch com panics; aiEO to conduct a general 1n- aurance huelness. both ngency antl insurance brokerage business; also to Invest in loans, and Joan raotiey at lawful rates of Interest Upon real, personal ami mixed properly nl every hlnti and nature ·whatsoever, including loans secured by chattel m o r t g a p e s under the provisions and limitations of Chapter 419, Title 24 of the 103L Code of Iowa and taws amendatory thereto and at the rates therein permuted; (o brroiv money for any of the purposes of the corporation and to secure the same by pledge or mortgage n any or nil property ana [or) properly iRhls and franchises ot the corporAtlon: ntro to draw and accept negotiable paper. Including bonds, shares o£ stock, hills u( exchnnRc, promissory notes nnl other net'i- tlnble Instruments and - w r i t t e n obligations- Jill things hcrelnhefore referred to, lo such extent as all n a t u r a l persona might or can do. The Authorized capilnl stock shall lio 525,000 divided I n t o two hundred f i f t y a t i n r c R , pur vnluc « ?10D each; nil aloch ivJw; Issued shall he fully puEri for AIH| non- (iSBcasahlo. The amount of c a p i t a l ntouk authorized may be Increased or (UtnlnLshe-I nt any time In the manner provided dy law. Capital slock may be Issued, from time to time aa the Hoard of Directors may determine, w i t h o u t condition. The time of commencement of the II ncss of the corporation was the Oatc of Issuance of its certificate, to-wit, jJccem ber 10. 1913, and such corporation anal, continue tor t w e n t y yearn unliss sooner dissolved by vote of tv.-o-thlrds of stockholders present at nny regular meeling or special meeting called for that purpose. The general a f f a i r s of such corporation shall he managed 1 by a Hoard of Director;of not Fess than two nor more t h a n f i f t e e n mcmters, ivlio nlinll be elected by the stcck- KoMern at their annual m e e t i n g to hn held the first Monday after the rirat Tueailn of January in each y u n r ; Its officer.-; jiluU be President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer and one person may hoM any two of such o f f i c e s At the same time. The Board of TMrectnrs nlmli ckcl the officers of the corporation Immediately a f t e r each annual meetlnn of thi stockholders, nnd until the a n n u a l m e e t i n g to he held In the year 1034 t h o foiiowniR phall |jo the officer* of tho corporation, to-wit: T,. B. Potter, of Manon Ciiy, Jotvn, President nnd Treaimrer; Fulton F. Potter, or Mason City,, Secretary and Vice President, and the following K h a l i c o n s t i t u t e the Bount of Directors: I,. Ft. Potter rind Kill ton F. Potter, bolh, residing nt Mason Clly, loiva, AH o f f i c e r K of t h i n corporation shall hold o f f i c e for the term ol one ycnr, or u n t t l their successors are elected nnd qualified; every d i r e c t o r shall be a stockholder, nnd it nny director aliall aell or trAn.-sfer his stock In thld corporation ho snail at onnr cease (o be n. director; but nothing herein contained etmll prevent the Board of Directors, if t h e y sec f i t , from electing a Eecrc- tary of the corporation, who Es not t\ stockholder hereof. The Board uf Dlrnctur« mar flH all vncanctes occurring Jn he memhcrship between annual elections by appointment of pcrsonn qti all fled lo hold o f f i c e herein for the remainder ot the term. A t all meetings of the u t o c k h o l d e r s , each stockholder n h a l l lie entitled to vote one vote for each share of ntocVc held by him. ivhk'h vote mny be cast In person or by proxy. The frlvate property of the stockholders almil be exempt from corporate debts. ]-. B. POTTER, President and Trcnfiiirer. FULTON F- POTTK H, Vice President and Secrct.irj-, TWO AUXILIARY WOMEN CHOSEN Program of Readings Given for Monthly Session at Lake Unit. CLEAR LAKE, Feu. 8.--The Americanism committee, Mrs. H. S. i-Inshaw, Mrs. J. R. Whiteslde and Mrs. N. C. Omstcad, Had charge of the program and served refreshments at the American Legion aux- linry meeting at the clubrooms Wednesday evening 1 . Mrs. Lyle Stunkard and Mrs. L. E. Ashland, president and secretary, were chosen by unit to be delegates to the presidents and secretaries conference at DCS Moincs, Feb. 18-19. Mrs. W. C. Carroll, membership chairman, reported that there were 47 members, three less than the 1934 quota for the unit. Mrs. Stunkard reported that 225 cookies were sent to Knoxville to the fourth dist r i c t birthday party for the veterans. At the conclusion of the business meeting, Dorothy Dolley gave n humorous reading, "In a Bargain Basement," Arlene Thompson gave a. dramatic rending", "The Law of Retaliation," and Kathleen Walts gave "The Other Check," a humorous selection. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Annette Bruce and Glen Auchampaugh Announce Marriage CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 8.--The secret marriage of Miss Annette Bruce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bruce of Clear Lake, to Glen Auchampaugh of Ventura has been announced. The bridegroom is a son of Frank Auchnmpfiug-h of Ventura. Vows were spoken Jan. 16. The couple is living nt Ventura with Mr. Auchampaugh's parents. The bride formerly lived at Thornton. IIck Praiee, DCS Moincs, spent Wednesday night with his father, Charles Frnzec, caretaker at the Clear Lake Country club. Dick, who was caddy master at the chib this summer and attended the University of Iowa the first semester, plans to leave this week-end for California where he will enter a school of aeronautics. Mrs. Lewis Woodstock Is ill i\t her home on South Second street suffering from pneumonia. IHrs. E. E. Stiulyvln, 4-II girls' leader, is a delegate rom Cerro Gordo county at the Farm and Home convention at Iowa State college this week. Di\nce, Clear Lukn Country Club. Sat., Sun., Feb. 10, 11. Each 40c. C. A. Anderson, who has been relief agent at the Milwaukee depot, has been transferred to Rapid City, S. Dak. He and Mrs. Anderson left Wednesday. E. L. Hathaway, a relief man in this division living nt Sheldon, arrived to take over the work. Mrs. Ha Hendricks, South Second street, visited friends at Charles City Wednesday. Mrs. J. F. Allen ot Viulon visited this week at the home of Mrs. H. H. Shonp, 201 Clark street. Mrs. Ben A. Davis of Methodist camp is spending several weeks in Chicago with her son. Mr. mill Mrs. Arthur Kimbnlt are the parents of a daughter bom at their farm home south ot Clear Lake Wednesday, Farmers' Co-Operative Plans Annual Meeting CLEAR LAKE, Jan. S.--The annual meeting- of the Farmers' Co- Operative company will be hold Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church. The meeting is called for It30, at which time the reports will be read and officers elected. The Rev. B. W. Riuer, pautor of the Methodist church, xvill appear on the program as one of the speakers. H. Curvo Will Speak for Farmers' Union CLEAR LAKE, Folj. 8.--A Farmer's Union meeting Is to be hold at thn t*akcsiclc church of Union township Friday night at which the public may attend. Henry Curvo is to be the spcalcer of the evening-. His subject will be "What Is Money?" Several musical numbers will be presented on the program, after which a lunch will be served. NOTICE OF APrOTlVT.MENT OF UK- CKIVKRK A.VI FIXING OF TIME FOIl I'JI-ING CLAIMS Fn flift' niHtrfct Court of lfi« State nt Town In tin a for Orro (iortlo County, FrnTik E m m c r t , Plaintiff, VF. Mason CJty Cooperative Dairy Marketing AssocIiUlon, Defendant. To t l i n Creditor* cf Hit* Above Named f)e- fcnitnnt, nnd (o IVhom It Mtiy Concern: You, and each or you arc hereby n o t i f i e d , thnt by an order ctuly entered of record In tlic District Court of Cerro Gonlo County, Iowa, H. A. Ewellc nnd P. 0. Fryo were appointed aa receivers for the O c f e n r t n n t , Mason City Cooperative Dafry Marketing As.socfatfon. Von nnd each oC you ore fur- t h e r n o t i f i e d ttiat the District Court ot Cerro Ciorcln County, Iowa, has entered im order reiHtrjiiK that all claims aeainnt Hie said .Mason City Cooperative Dairy Marketing A95ncln1tnn. h» Hcm'-.f'', v r i f l T T nivl filed with (he Clerk or the District Court n( Cerro Gorrlo County, Iowa, on or before May 1, 1034, nnd that unless the olairrm iiKalnst the -mid Miuion City Cooperative Dairy Marketing Associatfon, lie ntcd as required, and w i t h i n the limn nit 'provided by the order of Court, they shf\H not part k l p n t c [n the distribution of the HBacIs of salt! Arnson City Cooperative Dairy Market- i n g Association. Dated this 20th day of January, A. D, 1934, K, A. n WELLE, P. O. FRYE, Receivers. W. A. Wcatfalf, Attorney for Receivers. Here and There Tx;nves for Minneapolis. R O C K F A L L S--Miss Lillian Schnartz, Mrs. Olga Fountaine and Mrs. Esther Dcdina left Wednesday for Minneapolis, where Mrs. Dcdina will take the train for Jamestown, S. Dak., to he with her mother, Mrs. William Andrea, who is seriously ill. Daughter Weights S'/i Pounds. LONEROCK--A {)!··. pound girl wan born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh, living north of town. STovn to Blooming Prairie. TITONKA--Mr. nnd Mrs. Anton B. Pannkuk, who traded their general store at Ti tonka about two months ago for a farm near Blooming Prairie, Minn., moved this week to their new home nt Blooming Prairie. Real Estate Transfers Dwan, Opal and husband, to Antonios G. Malaktaris, $1.00, tract of land commencing at pt. 60 ft. N of SW cor., Li 2 in Emsley and Adams' Sub. of NE SW 9-00-20, N 50 ft., E 132 ft., S 50 ft., W 132 ft., to beginning. Jan. 5, 1934. Bock Brothers Company to First National bank, Mason City. 51.00. L B B B, College Addition, Mason City. March 13, 1033. Robertson, J. M., Sheriff, to H.iwkeye Life Ins. Co. ?»,000 NE 24-S4-1D. 12-2(5-33. Alvcrson, Mabcllc, to George Elmer Alvcrsori, SI, E 58«. Ft. L 2 B 55, Brown's Add. M. C."-t-10-33. Robertson, J. M., Sheriff, to P. J. Ouverson and Mrs. C. O. Sheimo, 57.9H2.43, NW frl 2 nnd SB NE 3-97-22. 1-31-34. Lane, George B. and Barker, H. E. and wife, to H. A. Dittmcr, 5503. Q. C. D., lots 11. and 12, block 2, original town of Swalcdalc; also commencing 73 feet from NE corner lot ], block 9, Swalcdale, W. 22 feet, S. 50 feet, E. 22 feet, N. 50 feet. Jan. 5, lftt-1. Shepard, Hugh H. and wife, to George Borrill and wife, $45. Lot G, block 10, Ventura Heights. Feb. 2, 1934. - ' * Severns, Margaret, to Ada Frantz, 51. Lot 28, block 2, Homo Park addition, Mason City. Feb. 3, 1034. Robertson, J. M., S h e r i f f , to John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. $12,309.82 SW 3-9i-]fl. 1-31-34. LuRcomb, Bcatcrice Doyln and husband to George T. Davis $1 L 1 B 7 East Lake Place Add. Cl. Lk. 9-1C-33. Bruce, Bertha M. (Mrs. F. A . t to Forrest E. Bruce .$1.00 Q. C. D. W'.i Lots 2 and 3 B IS J. R. Kirk's Replat in South M. C.; Lots 77 nnd 78 Midland Heights Add. M C.; L 54!) First Add. Midland Heights M. C. 1-13-31. Readings and Talk by the Rev. Riner Are Given at Program. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 8.--Two groups of: honor students of the high school were entertained by members of the Lions club Wednesday at dinner at the Lion.f ciifc. Thr program wan arranged by Arthur Johnson, Marguerite Johnson gave a read Ing, "The Sign of the Cross," an, Dorothy DollCy gave a humnroii, rending-, "In » Bargain Basement.' TJir- Rev. B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church, gave a short address. Students receiving- the highest scholarship ranking in the liigli school for the past Bemeslar inclinl- cd Margaret Kennedy, Margaret Hughes, Junior Fredrickson, Margaret Wurlzer and Lillian Alter, one from each class. Students showing the most gain in scholastic standing during the post period who were entertained were Clarence LaValle, Billy Beery Raymond Fistler, Allen Doyle and Junior Martin. Kenneth Wells of Des Moincs was a guest of the club. KENYONS BOW TO SHEFFIELD Olson and Anderson Are Scoring Aces of Two Teams. CLEAR LAKE,' Feb. 8.--ECen- yon's Lazy Aces dropped a game lo the Sheffield Athletic club Wednesday night on the Sheffield court. 28 to 20. It was a rough game with 28 fouls called during the game. Olson, Sheffield forward, was high scorer with 11 points, w h i l e Anderson, Joke center, tallied nine. 'Shadow" Storck besides scoring hree field shots for his team shot H. gift shot for Clear Lake. A technical was, called on Garlock nnd Storck walked to the wrong basket during time-out period. The locals held their own at q u a r ter with 5-5 tally, but the opponents lend the fray 15 to fl at h a l f , continuing in this position during the whole game. Kmggel, lake guard, was taken from the game by Referee Timmerman, Callanan filling his post, and sinking a couple of shots. Two plnyers u-ent out of the game on fouls. KENYON'S--20 F K . Ft. i: Paul ( i i ^ f 0 2 d rVndcrsnn c , . , -I 1 :t Krugirel g n I I Winnie ft n n 11 M. Winnli" g- 0 0 ·! Calliinnii g 'i o i» Storc'k fl i o Totals 7 0 M SHEFFIELD--28 Fg. Ft. V. Storck f 3 (I i Thomas S 2 I. i Olson f 5 I :i ICcklmrdt c 2 2 I G. Storck c 0 0 n Culver K 0 (I I ICulio g 0 0 I Girls Entertained at Charlotte Ames Home CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 8.--A group of girls were guests at the home of Charlotte Ames Wednesday evening. The evening was spent socially. Those Invited included Neva McGowan, Ruth Peterson, Harriet Sheridan, Dorothy Patterson and Mrs. Harry Cash, all of Clear Lake, and Mrs. Don Decker, and Mrs. Leslie Adams of Mason City. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Farmers' Union nieels at Lakeside church. Commercial club dinner at Community building, 6:30. Clear Lake vs. Nortliwood basketball game at Nortliwood. Star chib Valentine party at Mrs. Frank Hall home, North Elm. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Former Resident Dies. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 8.--Word has been received here of the death, in Detroit, Mich., of Mrs. Pelcr McCullum. 78, a former well known resident of this city. Mr. McCallum died scvnrnl yeur.s ago. The fiimilv was activB in business anri social affairs here for -10 years. Collistcr to Olve Address. HAMPTON, Feb. R.--The Rev. T. C. Collistcr, Plymouth, w i l l deliver the address for the fiithor-snn banquet to he held at the T. O. O. F. hall, Hampton, Thursday, Feb. 22. With him will be John V a n n i r i :md Marybeth who will R i v e n u m b e r s on piano and marimba. JoicB League Given Program. LAKE MILLS, Fob. 8 . - - A t a meeting of tho Liithf.T.'m brotherhood Monday n i g h t the ,Ioi:" I.uUior league presented the program. The quartet of Bethany o h i i r r h fjiivo. some musical runnhrj'.s. Then: wore; also talks given by some local members. Totals 1U M Approaching Marriage of Shirley Niver and Buster Zobel. Announced CLEAR kAKE, Frb. 8.--Miss Shirley Niver, 1146 East State. MHROII City, and Buster Zohel who hnvc announced their marriage daL- on St. Valentine's day, Feb. M. vverti honored nt a shower Wednesday nipht ot Clear Lake, Mr?:. Haas Matron nnd Mrs. Billy Zobel. sister and sister-in-law of Bnater Zobol, formerly of Fertile, were co- hostcsscs at the nffalr tvhlch w/is held at the Matson home on South Fourth street. The couple received many gifts arid a lunch \va.? served at the ciosc of the evening". !S TO PLAY AT CLUB DIN1R Rudd Vs. Kenyons Tilt Is Carded for Commercial Club Guests. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 8.--Invitations have been issued to about 35 men traveling out of Clear Lake who will he entertained at dinner Friday night by members of tlm Commercial club. Dinner will he served at 6:30 o'clock. A basketball game between Kenyon's Lazy Aces and tlie R u i l r l independents will bo staged as tho entertainment for tho group. -Softball teams selected from the men at the affair will play a game. An n r - chcsti'a and Instrumental gronpa from the high school students w i l l also entertain. Tho c o m m i t t e e in charge of n r - r.ingemojits Includes C. E. Wolfs, B. B. Bniley, R. R. Kennedy, C. c'. Branson and H. B. Adams. Jane Addams Told to Cancel Engagements CHICAGO, Fch. 8. (,'()_Ordered by her physician to cancel all s p u n k - ing engagements as the result of a recent h c n r t attack, .Tnnc A d d a m s . 7.1, noted social worker, said xh: would Ic.ivn for Arizona Fnb. 22 to recuperate. Thompson Ts (,'nnilldat IOWA FALLS. Feb. H.--County AUormry Hex Batcson declined to seek again that office, and the f l u i d is loft open for candidate. 1 ). The f i r K t to toss his l i n t into the rinp; Is- Attorney .1. W. Thompson of this cll.y. Mr. Thompson nought thn offir.c .several years ago but v/an defeated In the primaries by Attorney .). T,. Cameron of F.ltloru by a margin of 2:s votes. PARK THEATER T I H i l l S I ) A Y ' - F R I D A Y TOM MIX "nusTLKus noi'Nmir" Xr\vs--Comrtly I Or t.i All

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