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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 15 1935 FIFTEEN Now Is the Time to Buy Farm Bargains Such as Listed on Want Ad Page Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line lir.it Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the line). Seven insertions arc given lor the price of six. CLASSIFIED J31SFLAV ADVERTISING 70 cents pur column inch eiich insertion. A discount of 15 per cent ivitl be allowed on all classified advertisement!! paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended for classified advertising If there la an account thirty days old or more. All out-of-town ads ore payable In advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be culled tor within 30 days of the cancellation date of the order. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answar to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the nd., care of the Globe-Gazette, Under, no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting "bllna" advertisements. PHONE 3800 between 8 a. m. and fi p. m. and ask for the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position ID which they appear In i the section. ..A79 . . SO .. 81 .. IS .. 49 ..A 9 . . A 3 . 43 ., 37 Acreages A-1S Agents 36 Apts, for Rent . . 45 Amusements . . . . ? /·uto Accessories S2 Autos for Sale Auto Storage A u t o Truck Auto .Repairing . Beauty Parlors . Enard, Room .. Bonds ... Burial Vaults .. Bids. Materials Business L o c a tions Business Opportunities 29 Cafes, Restaurants 17 Card ol Thanks 2 Chiropodists . . . . 13 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaners, Dyers · IS Cottages .... AJG Death Notices . , . 1 Dentists A37 Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities .... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service . .A30 Farm for Sale .. 50 Farms for Rent .A50 Farm Machinery 51 Florists 4 Foods .A5!i Funeral Directors 3 Furs 9 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Sale 69 Gardens 41 G i f t s 60 Help W a n t e d , with Inv 30 Help W a n t e d , Female . . . . . . . 31 Hcip W a n t e d , Male 32 Htfip W a n t e d , Male, Female .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses tor Sale 47 Houses for Rent 46 instruction 3'J insurance ....... 11 i n v e s t m e n t ..... 10 In Mcmoriam ,. .A 2 job P r i n t i n g .... 20 Laundries 2.1 Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 fjijSt and Found 6 Lota for Sale ... 48 Machinery 3-t Milk 22 Misc. for Sale ... 5ft Misc. for Rt-nt . . 56 Money to Loan ,, S .Mortgages 9 Monuments A 4 Musical Inslr. ... . r S Nursery Stock .. 57 Optometrists ., . .A15 Of/ices /or £ent S3 Ofllce Furn.. Fix. A(i;; OfHce Erjuipt. ... 61 Osteopaths in Painting, Decor. 24 Personals ,. J Photographers .. 25 Plumbing, Htp. .. 26 Poultry, Eggs .- 74 Iladio Supplies .. 27 Real Estate . . . . i6 Rooms ror Rent ·!·! Sale or Trade Sale or Rent Salesladies ... saicsmen .... Seeds, Feeds Serv. Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery . . . . . . Slocks .· Summer Cottages swap Service ... Travel E'ureau . . Trade or Exch. . Upholstering Wtd. to Borrow . Wtd. to Buy Wtd., Misc Wtd. to Rent . .A47 .. 3-V .. 35 ! .A33 .. 33 . .A74 . . . 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Funeral Directors 3 McAULEY Funeral home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. Money to Loan TOURSIGNATURE" IS SUFFICIENT with simple security to obtain a loan up to $300. 90c per month is the average cost on a loan of $50 for 5 months. Xou have 20 months to pay. Make your own terms. Use our simple plan of re- j payment to suit your income with plenty of time and small payments. It offers a simple and business-like way of paying those small annoying bills. Quick, confidential service. See us today. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S Doors East of Courthouse 1'hoiie 1414 Salesladies 34 3 WOMEN WAITED IMMEDIATELY To sell home appliances. Excellent openings with S of our best dealers. Direct sales experience hi selling women essential. State present position and earnings, and give full history. Write K-15, GLOBE-GAZETTE Salesmen 35 SALESMAN -- Commission basis. Calling on mercantile trade, schools. Must have car. If interested write H-13. Globe-Gazette. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--500 N. Iowa farms. See us before buying. Weathcrly Realty Co., 8 J ,i Second S. E. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--22x36. in. Avery sep- erator with Aultmann-Taylor straw racks. Carl Floy, Thornton, Iowa. FOR SALE--26x46 Minneapolis wood frame separator. Fully equipped. Priced to sell. W. M. Pedelty, 609 N. Deleware. Ph. 2311. Mortgage Money available for loans on Mason City residence properties. Construction or refinancing loans. Good terms. E. W. Clark Co. 204 Forester's Bldg. PERSONAL LOANS Our business-like loan plan gets you cash on your car or furniture quickly and privately. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Foresters BldR. LOAN P L A N S 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 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Ek. Phone 412 NEED MONEY? This well financed company can make Immediate Loans Anywhere in North Iowa Up to S300.00 On Personal Property. See, Phone or Write FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pme Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Chiropractors 14 THOUSANDS depend upon Chiropractic for health. Why not you 7 Dr. Ziegler, D. C. 21'4 S. Fed. 229. Swap Service ' 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The aa 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. ! USED TRACTORS AND BINDERS FOR SALE 2 Model D John Deere tractors. 1 12-24 Hart Parr in good shape. 3 Kordson tractors. 4 McCormick binders, 7 and 8 foot. 2 Molinc 10 foot binders. 1 Minneapolis (i foot binder. 4 truck wagons. Kudd Impl't Co., Riidd, Iowa Trade or Exchange 42 FOR TRADE--Large a" L^'oTTor team horses or mules. Write V-15, Globe-Gazelle. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Brood sows, farrow about first of October. Jess Mil- j ler, 1\':. mi. south Nora Springs. Rooms for Renf 44 FOR RENT, hskpg. rms. 633 E State For Rent--Hskpg. rm. 1452 N. Jet FOR SALE--Goats, Toggenbur^ and Angoras. All kinds of hay. Ph. 2039. FOR SALE--Team of sorrel horses, weight 1400 Ibs. each. Good wont team. Cheap at 5150. C. E. Stock, \(, mi. S. and 3 mi. E..of Kcnsett. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1087. For Rent--Slpg. rm. 229 E. Stale. FOR RENT--Sleeping room $1.50 wk. 208 South Madison. FOR RENT--Very desirable sipg. rm. for young man. Pri. bath 812 1 N. W. FOR RENT--Hskpg. rms. Ph. 29SO. FOR RENT--Room and kitchenet, 1 or working couple. 418 N. Wash. Apartments for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Mod'furn.' cooiTrm. apt., outside ent. Phone, refrig., 54 week. Ph. -1261. FOR RENT--Aug. 1, furn. 4 rm. apt. 16 S. Adams. FOR RENT--1, 2, 3 rm. apt. 2031. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR RENT--Unfurn. 5 rm. mod. apt., over Princess Cafe. Inq. at cafe. FOR RENT--Desirable 4 rm, apt., nicely furn. Sec J. B. Youngblood,' Youngblood Bldg. FOR RENT--3 unlura. rms. and bath apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--3 and 4 rm. furn, or unfurn. apt. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or un- furn., see J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Nice 4 rm. apt. over Strand theater. J. A. Sullivan. Ph. 83 or 3573. MEYER FUNERAL HOME -- Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 114U. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists 4 CALL KEMBLE'S, Ph. 55, for all varieties of spring plants and flowers for outdoor planting. FOR RENT Fine unfurnished apartment, 4 large Optometrists A 1 5 ! rooms and bath. Glassed in sleeping I porch, steady oil burner heat, hot, j cold running soft water. No [ children. 319 FIRST STREET S. E. 1LASSES--The latest in style, the service and price pleasing. Ses Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT WAVES, $1. $1-50, $1.98 and 52.50. Shampoo and finger wave 50c. Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderns Annex. 2121/ 2 N. Fed. Ave. Seeds, Feeds 28 Personals WILL Care for children or old folka in my farm home. Write S-15, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--New alfalfa, timothy hay. Roy Gundry, Thornton. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Jud's cafe at Bine Earth, Minn. Seats 38. Rent $35, beer license, $25. $1400 for quick sale, one-half cash. FOR SALE--Chain store tax compels sale of two filling stations doing 6,000 gals, per month. Write R-8, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Barber shop, Palace pool hall. 113 S. Fed. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for housework. .Call at 312 2nd St. N. W. KARLOTTA, Crystal Gazer, readings. Karlotta Cottage, Bayside. WANTED--Girl, combination house WHETHER You weigh 98 or 298 a and office work. Must be able to Spencer foundation garment will j type. Steady employment for right do wonders for you. Ph. 3856. party. Write J-15, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Fresh milk goat giving 3 qt. Box 483. Sheffield, Iowa. I HAVE Toy Fox Terrier to give away. Must be good home. Country preferred. Ph. 783W. Lost and Found 6 at Surf FOUND--Lady's glasses bathing beach. Ph. 3816. LEFT--On E. park bench Sun. eve lady's blue wool coat. Reward. C. D. Follansbee, Floyd, Iowa. LOST--Hand tooled purse at Ford lawn party Sat. night. Return to Globe-Gazette. Reward. LOST--Grayish black Persian kitten. Reward. Ph. 2773. LOST--Male CocKer Spaniel "Nig ger." Ph. 3595. Re%vard. LOST--Friday p. m., pair of men's glasses in black leather case, in or near Sterling Groc. or lOc stores. Ph. 3568W. Reward. Money to Loon 8 MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. SSa-a-WEEK Opportunity. Need woman to service 100-famiIy grocery route. I send everything; no money risk. Automobile given if you qualify. Write Albert Mills, 7230 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Qh;o. FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apartment. 309 E. State. FOR RENT--Unfurn. 3 rm. apt. 1530 N. Mad., $12.50. Lepper Co. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--Mod. house, furn. o: unfurn. 609 N. Fed. Lorenz Co. Ph. 280. FOR RENT--Partly mod. 4 rm. bung. Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--Mod. new 6 rm. house, 627 S. Penn. Ph. 2069. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house, $18, 2 5 room houses, $10 and 512.50; 3 rm. house, $8. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827. FOR RENT--Small mod bungalow, close in, $22.50. Ph. 2113J. FOR RENT--2 rm. cottage, lights. Ph. 3482W. FOR RENT--$16, 4 rm. water, sewer, lights, all re-conditioned; $20, 5 rm. modern, 1st floor apt.; $40, Forest Park bungalow, exceptional. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. WANTED--Girl for general housework. Must be exp. \vith babies. Good wages. 932 N. Monroe. WANTED--Girl for housework. 617 S. Wash. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Man with tractor and binder to cut 70 acres of oats. Geo. L. Anderson, 3 mi. southeast of Sheffield. WOULD $32.50 a week end your money worries? Write for free details of splendid-paying opportunity. New Ford sedan given as bonus for business and pleasure. Address: Albert Mills. 7229 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANT 3 or 4 neat appearing men. Apply in person, 204 W. State. Services Offered A33 Mowers sharpened. H W. Hathorn. LAWN Mowers sharpened, wringer rolls for every machine. Saw Shop. 228 S. Fed. Phone 782. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Clear Lake mod. cottage 1','a blocks from Wellmon's beach, $15 per week. Ph. 3483. FOR RENT--Mod. north shore cottage, gas, lights, bath, etc. Ph. Mrs. Sam Raizes. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--$800 ror 5 rm. mod. year round home, Camp Grounds, Clear Lake. Inq. at light house station. Acreages A48 FOR SALE--5 acres with good bldgs. Close in. A real snap on easy terms. Ask about it. Beck Bros. Ph. 134. Farms for Sale 50 AT AUCTION Two northern Iowa farms to he offered for sale at LELAND, I.V., MON, JULY 22 at 2 P. M. Durant 80 acres 4 mi. west of Lrland. Orrick-fiatchd 120 A. 4 mi. north. Consult onr finldmcn on grounds or write W. L. Whitman, Webster City, In., or write home nffice. THE LINCOLN' .IOINT STOCK LAND BANK FOR puppies. 710 4th St. S. E. Miscellaneous for Sale 55 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/ z x21 2c E A C H The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken nouses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, 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. Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 WAGNER MOTOR CO. OVER 19 YEARS IN CERRO GORDO CO. Dependable Used, Prices to Sell. VISIT THE LAWN PARTY AND SEE THE NEW JOBS AND YOU WILL SEE THE REASON FOR THE NICE SELECTION OF LATE MODEL USED CARS All Types nnd Prices, and Wagner Trades For Less GOOD WILL USED CARS 1933 Chevrolet Coupe, Clean J!132 Plymouth Coupe; Air Wheels 1931. Pontiuc Conch 1!)30 Ford Couch 1929 Chevrolet Coach ]9SO routine Sedan 1928 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Buick 4-Door Sedan John Gallagher, Inc. Pontiac 6's it 8's Sales * Service 25-27 2nd S. K. Phone 15G7 Open Evenings and Sundays Lodges and Societies I. O. O. F. LODUK NO. 224 12V4 E STATE PHONES 2114\V-211J,I Meeting cnch Tuesday eventni; 8 P. !^. E. S. J.KA^AN, N. G. B87 WAVMAN CLOSSON. Rec. Scc'y. 3467 A. F. CHURCH. Tin. Scc'y. 2774W LOYAL ORDEll OF MOOSE MOOSE IIAI.L--3ni! ANU S. I'KDERAL Phono 127S Meet? first, third ana fourth Tuesdays of each month. A'. P. CHAMBERLAIN. Die' later. 2510 S. Federal. WILLIAM UKOTH. Sec'y. Phone 303SW FOR SALE--New Process Motor oil 40c gal., plus tax. Hometown Gas, Oil, Coal. 422 N. Monroe. FOR SALE--7x9 tent in excellent condition with jointed poles. Hudson Bay cloth, 2 doors and extra flap for porch, ?15. Dr. R. C. Ball, Titonka, Iowa. Nursery Stock 57 RASPBERRIES RED OR BLACK FOR CANNING Blacks will last this week WALROD° n GARDENS CLEAR, LAKE Household Goods 73 5 Compartment Electric REFRIGERATOR Commercial Size. Double Unit. Genuine Frigidaire Mechanical Unit. Will Trade for Light Car. S R Chevrolet Co. Mason City, Iowa FOR SALE--Good small gas range with oven regulator A No. 1. S04 S. Maryland. FOR SALE--Good electric washer. Other articles. 515 N. Madison. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. CASH PAID for power and light companies preferred stocks. N. Chapman, 1025 2nd N. W. WANTED -- Used furniture, Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--At once, best used sedan or coach that 5250 cash will buy. Write H-15, Globe-Gazette. WANT--To buy pt. fruit jars. 2551. WANTED--Work horses, give complete description and price. E. E. Sharp, Marble Rock. WANTED--Cheap model T Ford. Write W-15, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Shoes and shoe tops. If one pair or truckload. bring it. Worth mone.y, lOc up to $3 pair. South Side Exch., 341 S. Fed. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent by Sept. 1 by responsible party, mod. house or apt. Write S-13, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 Don't Be Too Busy to Look Here For That USED CAR REAL BARGAIN'S and BETTER GUARANTEES J. H. MARSTON 1/2 Block East of Hnnforcl Hotel Chrysler and Plymouth Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1031 Dodge truck, Phort whrplbasp, duals, excellent motor, perfect shape, ?225. Lap- incrs. ROYAL N'EIUIIUOKS OF AMEKK'A MOOSE HALL Camp meeu 2nd . na un Thursdays, 7:3t) p. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. M. IIAKUAP.ET J U H N F U N . Oracl* MAY BUDWORTH, Rec. Phono 1372W LEGAL NOTICE A'OTICJS OF A,M£NJXMKNT TO AKTR'l.KS OF INCOItrORATJON Ol 1 * U'KBSTUR- WBST LUMBER CO. T» tt'lmtn It Mny Concern; Public notice Is hereby given that at a meeting ol the flock holders of the Webster- West Lumber Co, licld In Mason City. Iowa, on the 14th day of March, A, D. 1935, pursuant to notice duly given. Article 1 ol the Articles or Incorporation oC Webster-West Lumber Co. were amended no s to change the name of said corporation to Webstci LumbeJ 1 , Inc r , and hereafter the said corporation which was formerly the WebMcr- \Vfst Lunibi-r Co. will be known aa Webster Lumber, Inc. Dated this J f l t h dny of June. A. D. 11)30. WEBSTER LUMBER, INC. By B. A. Webster, President B. 1. Bright, Secretary. S r n n e f f , Bliss R c n n c f f , Attorney. 1 !. NOTlCti OF AI'I'OINTMKN'L' OF ADMINISTRATRIX. .No. Jff.'ti STATE OF 10\VA. Cerni r.nrdo Coiinly. ss. NOTICE IS H K K K B Y GIVEN, t h f i l Ihr lindi'rMKnfd tilifl bPi'n d u l y a p p o i n t e d find fiunlirted as A d m i n i s t r a t r i x or the estaU- n( Clara M. Hnin. Deceased, late of Germ Cordo enmity. All persons indebted to said e s t a t e :ire requested to make immediate pay- m e n t ; and thofte linvinK claims afiainst the *mn*' w i l l present, them, duly authenticated, to thfi undersigned for allowance, and rile In the office of (he Clerk of the UJ.ttrlcl Court. M a r g a r e t Berk. Administratrix, Jay W. Lorem. Attorney. .DMed J u l y 13lh. 1935. S. H. MncPEAK, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Rilcy. (Deputy. 'OTfCK In ( h p District Oitiri of the State of Imvn In ami for (Trni Onrrio County Spptrmlirr t!)3S Term Clara B. -Mnher: P l a i n t i f f Edwin A. Mitlier. D e f e n d a n t To F.dwlii A. M n h v r , D e f e n d a n t : You an: hereby notified that I lie-re is now fin l i l e in tlic O f f i c e or the Cleric of the D i s t r i c t Court in and Cor Ccrro cordo County, Jow.i. the pelltlon of plalnllic nKain.it yon, and aslcinK that P l a i n t i f f be printed a divorce from ytni upon the grounds of nduH- (jry find cruel and inhuman t r e a t m e n t . Now. unlers you iinpt'ar ihereto and d e f e n d on or before noon of the second day of the next term of the -District Court of Cnrrn floaty County, lawn, lo be held at the Court House in Mason City. lown. commencing on September 3. I93:i. d e f a u l t w i l l he entered apfcinst. yon find j u d m n e n L nnd decree cn- li'rcd *licrci»n in action) a new w i t h the prayer of said p c l i t i o n . W. A. WKSTFALL. A t t o r n e y fur P l a i n t i f f . On hearing- of the NRA decision. General Johnson said, "This isn't a blow that should stop a man with a pint of fighting blood in his veins. 1 ' In the confusion of the moment, he seems to have the issue mixed up with the Baer-Braddock fight.-Boston Transcript. Boy Scouts' Areawide Court of Honor Is Held 10 19 7.5 32: n 37 14. 26 33 23 20 27 30 3 4-1 2" 28 12. 39 ACROSS 1--Quit nickname 4--Deposit 26--Small donkey 7--Peruse 27--Separated In 10--Brawl space (ndv.) 11--Edge tool for !9--Adaptation of rhoppfn.c a g-armen! to 12--Openings the flpire 13-- Architecture 30--Balance characterized (nbbr t by scroll-like 31--Height ornaments (nbbr.) 15--Narrow bowl- .13-- Incite Ing space 31--Mama 3"--A signer of 3C--Keep straight the "Declara- (combining tion of Indc- f o r m j penilence" 3S-- Style of IS--River (Sp.) architecture 1?--A toy repre- specializing senting a in massive persen round 21--Selfish grudge nrchcs toward 40--Massacre a n o t h e r 41--Slumbered 23--Masculine DOWN 1--Unit of 5--Axiom energy (a!hr ) T--Ll^nvise not 6--Twrlve 3 -- I n h a b i t a n t s m o n t h ? 4 -- I n l a n d body 7 -- E a r l y A m m of ^ a t c r can a r c h i - tecture 8--Swedish coin a--Denial 14--Fish without ventral fine 16--A deceit 15--Peck 10--Greek letter ( 1 3 t h ) 22--Besides 23--Pointed stylo medieval architecture 24--Heavy one- edged swords 26-- A rlfiht hand page is--Oral 31--His Royal Highness (abbr.) ?,:--Light afterJ noon meal 31--Plan in detail: 3r--An emmet 37~-Common version abbr.) 35--The person speaking Answer to previous puxzle Badges and Other Awards Presented at Camp Roosevelt. A large crowd of scouts, parents and friends were on hand Sunday night to witness the area-wide court of honor for Eoy Scouts held at the campfire at Camp Roosevelt. A beautiful night contributed considerably to the natural setting" for this court. R. B. Irons, chairman of the department of awards, presided at the court. Second class badges were presented to Boyd Bergehefer, troop 16, Belmond; Eugene Johnson, troop 36, Belmond; Bob White, troop 16, Belmond; Eldridge Alden, troop 25. Thornton; Frederick Alden, troop 25, Thornton; Ivan Champion, troop 25, Thornton; Howard Burman, troop 57, Hampton; Wayne Dovey, troop 57, Hampton; Charles Harrison, troop 57, Hampton; James II- iff, troop 57, Hampton; Maurice Doerr, troop 61, Britt; Lew Peterson, troop 25. Thornton; Bob Hanson, troop 47, Clarion; Max Hanson, troop 47, Clarion; Ralph Wandrey, troop 14, by H. D. Baldwin, district commissioner, of Hampton. D. C. Davies of Meservey, handicraft director at camp, presented second class merit badges to Maurice Anderson and Warren Krueger, troop 2; Paul Connor, troop 14, and Harry Halverson, troop 18, Forest City. First class badges were presented by Dr. J. C. Powers of Hampton to Don Marshall, troop 8; John Donnelly, troop 21; Robert Parker, troop 20, Manly; Reeves Hall, troop 35; Paul Connor, troop 14; Jack McGrane, troop 14. Dr. Rule Gives Awards. Dr. J. S. Rule of Hampton presented first class merit badges to Eugene Angell, troop 9, reading; Claire Bemiss. troop 9, safety and reading; Guy Bemiss, troop 9, marksmanship, chemistry, safety and metal work; Paul Zeigler, troop 12. personal health; Ed Duke, troop 13, mechanical drawing, foundry practice and woodwork, John Donnelly, troop 21, swimming; Douglas Klemrne, troop 16. Belmond. Woodwork, carpentry, wood turning, bird study, chemistry and machinery; Dean Brox, troop 17. Clear Lake, reading, carpentry, woodwork and scholarship; Bob Clausen, troop 17, Clear Lake, scholarship and swimming; S. P. Hansen, S. M.. troop 17, Clear Lake, bird study; Bob Ingersoll, troop 17, Clear Lake, scholarship and athletics; James Kennedy, troop 17, Clear Lake, scholarship: John Siesseger, troop 17. Clear Lake, bird study, scholarship and handicraft; Robert Casebeer, troop ·!", Clarion, forestry and farm mechanics; Lynn Baldwin, troop 57, Hampton, first aid. reading, public health, stamp collecting. aviation and swimming; Russell Burman, troop 57, Hampton, woodwork; John Lambert, troop 57, Hampton, safety and electricity; Bob Norris, troop 59, Eagle Grove, music, reading, personal health, civics, metal work and lic health; Charles Fromm, troop 23. Plymouth, scholarship; Kirk Dra- icim, troop 47. Clarion, gardening; Max Sadoff. troop 47, Clarion, fire- manship and music: Harlcy Hvlbak. A. S. .M., troop 44. Lake Mills. First aid. cooking, pioneering and ath- i ctics; Keith Noah, troop 72. Charles [ City, camping; Emery Taylor, troop ; 72, Charles City, camping: Eri i Clouse, troop 30, athletics; Jack , McGrane, troop 14, swimming: Hugh Dorrien, Jr., troop 35, life saving. A. J. Marshall, council president presented Star Scout Certificates to Eugene Angell and Guy Bemiss troop 9; Ed Duke, troop 13; R. Gacl- clis scoutmaster troop 16, Belmond; Lynn Baldwin troop 57, Hampton; Bob Norris, troop 09, Eagle Grove and Ed Clouse, troop 35. Verle Brower, Sea Scout skipper ship 323, presented life scout certificates to Douglas Klemrne and Harmon Klernme, troop 16, Belmond. The scout organizer award, the first to be presented in this council was given to Russell Burman, troop 57, Hampton, by Charles A. Knousc, scout executive and camp director. E. C. Shupe Gets Key. A scoutmaster's key in recognition of the completion of the five year training program, was presented to E. C. Shupe, scoutmaster troop 47, Clarion, by H. D. Baldwin. At this time camp swimming awards were made by J. Alan Mc- "'urdy, swimming; director at Camp Roosevelt. Troop rating ribbons were presented to those troops having a rating of 80 per cent or higher for the first three months of 1935. Ralph Lloyd Jones presented these to the following troops: 12, 13, 14. 21, 35 of Mason City and troop 17. Clear Lake. The following troops also received rating ribbons for the second quarter of 1935: 12, 14. 21 and 35 of Mason City and 18 of Forest City. Award 5i5 lied "R's." Fifty-five Red "R's," the first step in the camp awards, were presented by Fred Bergemeyer of Nora Springs, camp naturecraft director, to the following second period campers: Donald Anderson, Herbert Copeland, Lewis Eymann, Harry Halverson, Philip Hanson, John Hauge, Milford Hocum, Milo Lundbcrg, Max Lundslrom, Harvey Munson, Iven Norstrud. Richard Rasmussen, Robert Rasmussen, Bob Salveson Elvin Thompson of Forest City; Maurice Anderson, Leroy Nemmers and Harry Wolters, troop 2, Mason City; Bill Blanchard, Bob Lewis, Wilbur Spuhlcr. Lloyd Kcllar, Russell Felix, Miton Cohen and James Swab of trop 33, Mason City; Bob Bliss. Donald Elefson. A. J. Fecncy, junior, William Nock of troop 8. Mason City; Paul Connor. Jack Delaney, Jack Donaldson, Jack McGrane, Bob Shovcin, Francis Seisseger, Leo Skopec, Donald Skyles and Ralph Wandrey of troop 14, Mason City: Maurice Doerr of troop 61. Britt; John Gustason. Robert Hage. Vincent Hylbak, Warren Nelson. Joseph Nelson, Wayne Randall, Billy Waggoner, troop 44, Lake Mills; Donald Halverson. Paul Shuttelworth. Robert Payne, Harold Bravick and Keith Jensen of troop 26, Thompson; Bob Lorenz and John Donnelly, troop 21, Mason City and Bob Schutter, troop 32, Buffalo Center. Knoii.se Presents White "K's." Charles A. Knouse presented White "R's," the second step in the camp awards, to Ed Clouse, Hugh Dorricn, Lewis Cummings, Reed Horr. Dick Herbener and Bob Buchanan, all of troop 35. Mason City. | The high spot of the evening's j program was the awarding of Ka;lc i badges to Kcnet Pearcc. troop 13: \ Bill Blackmorc, Enos Lloyd Jones j and Charles Knou.so. -junior, troop 35; Bruce Chilson, S. S. ship 323,1 E U P G K T ESTIMATK A N D P.KCOP.D OF FILING TOWN AM) CITY E S T I M A T K NOTICE--The 'own council of DnuKheriy of Ccrrn (Vrflo C o u n t y . Town, will meet July 2f,lh. 1f3, r i. at fi:rm P. M., at Town H a l l . " Taxpayers will he heard lor or against the folio win {: estimate ol expcnrtliiirtn at t h a t time. \V. J. LALOR, Town Clerk. 3 i 3 51 C, a General S Llcht Fire Maintenance Band Ronil Uraculni; no 3SO ·17:1 ir.il f1,009 LH TOTALS .ilju.su-d Taxable V a l u a t i o n l o n e y s ' n n d Credits 1193-1) Plymouth and H. D. Baldwin, district commissioner of Hampton. This presentation was in charge of Mr. Irons, chairman. The troop :lags formed the background for Eagle scouts who served as an Eagle guard. The names of the candidates were called from back in the distance, the same as the calling of the guard. The badges were first presented to the scoutmaster by ilr. Irons, who in turn presented the aadge to the father and he to the mother who pinned it on the scout. The evening closed with the ashes ceremony and the calling of the 'Old Guard" at which time Bill Blackmore, troop 35, was called into :he "Old Guard" the highest camp honor awarded. The second period of camp closed this morning and the third jeriod, an eight-day period, opened at 10 o'clock. Chancellor more severely than was at first apparent. Prince Ernst Rudiger von Star- hemberg, leader of the fascist home guard and vice chancellor who would step into Schuschnigg'.s place, hastened back from a holiday in Italy. VIENNA, July 15. (/PI--Thou sands of black flags gave Vienna j .n aspect of deepest mourning to- j day for Frau Herma Schuschnigg is her husband, Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg, clung to the leadership of the government. The body of the young matron ay in state at a district church near historic Schoer.brunn palace, awaiting burial tomorrow. An undertone of apprehension | prevailed that the automobile acd- | dent in which Frau Schuschnigg vas killed might have injured the WIFE PRESERVERS]! Keep (he insidf of the oven clean. Scrape out the shelves and bottom ami wash with hot. soda water solu- i tion frequently. The clean oven will give better service and prevent that n a s t y burned food smell that comes ' from an oven containing cooked- i over food I USED MACHINERY BARGAINS F-20 Farmnll, used c/nly 3 months. \Ve guarantee it to he the same as new. Discount $200 Regular Farmall, used 2 months, discount $200 Regular Farmall, looks and runs like new, used 2 years. Price '.«550 F-12 and Cultivator, used 3 months, price SGOO. Will sell tractor alone, worth the money. We have 7 used rebuilt 15-30 JlcCormick Decring tractors all in fine shape and ready to go right out and pull a thresher or go to plowing. Price S275 nnd up Minneapolis 15-30 ready to go to work at $100 Hart Parr 15-30, ready to go to work, In fine shape ..$100 Chase 15-27, in 1st class condition, cheap nt $200 Chose 10-20, ready to c;o right out S150 Model D John D«ere, just as good as new $350 Have several good Fordsons we will sell cheap, or \ve will trade for horses, cattle, pigs or will take rtew oats at 25c and we will haul them from your place on any of these deals, or will make terms to responsible parties. We have several good used McCormick Binders on hand at our Clear Lake store. \Ve have about 20 good gang plows, mostly McCormick Dcering and John Deere, \vill soil them cheap to clean them up. MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. 22 6th St. S. E. Phone 462 CLEAR LAKE GRAIN COMPANY Phone 23 George P. Newman, Prop.

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