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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 1936 SEVENTEEN CLASSIFIED AD U CVH, OPPORTUNITY / Classified Advertising Information Filtttn «nu a llni »»t insertion. Ttn «nta i Una lor each consecutive IUD- aequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line). Seven itiswtloni ar« given tor tho price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING TO cents per column inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at tho time of Insertion or not later than 5 dnvs thereafter. No credit extended for classified adver- tlsins It there la an account thirty days old "juTou'l-or-town ads ar« payable In advance. All refunds on Want Ads must he called lor within 30 days ol the cancellation date of the order. Minimum charge for slnglo advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisement! must be addressed to the letter slated In the care, ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no »'« slances will the Globe-GazetW "veal the nam« of those Insertin E "blind" advertisements. · FHONB 3800 between S t- m. and 6 p. m. and as* for the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Acreages . Agents ... Apts. for R Amusements Auto Accessories 49 Houses for Sale 47 36 Houses for Rent 46 45 Instruction 7 Insurance . S2 Investment 11 10 ...A Autos (or Sale.. 79 In Memoriam Auto Storage A7a Job Printing .. Auto Truck SO Laundries Auto Repairing .. 81 Livestock for Sale 52 Beauty Parlors .. 16 Location Wanted Board. Boom ... 49 Lost and Found Bonds A 9 Lot* for Sale ... Burial Vaults . . . A 3 Machinery 43 Milk Misc. for Sale ... 37 Misc. for Kent .. Money to Loan .. 29 Mortgages ... Monuments ... 17 Musical Instr. 2 Nursery stock 13 Osteopaths 14 Optometrist: 15 Offices lor Fslds. Materials . Business L o c a- tlons Business Opportunities Cafes, Restaurants Card of Thanks Chiropodists Chiropractors ... Cleaners, Dyers . 48 .. 54 .. 22 .. 5s .. 56 .. E .. 9 ..A t .. 58 A15 Rent 63 Collages A16 Office Furn.. Fix. A6.1 Death Notices ... 1 office Equipment 64 Dentists A37 Faintlnc. Decor. 2* Dogs. Birds. Pets 53 Personals Educational Op- Photographers .. ZT portuniUes 40 Plumbing, Htg. Electrical service 81 Poultry, Eggs .. 74 Employment Serv- Heal E?. Lonni . -Ac Ice A30 Radio Supplies .. 2" Farms for Sale .. 60 Beal Estate 61 Farms for Rent .A.50 Rooms for Rent 4. Farm Machinery 5] . Sate or Trade .. .A3! Florists 4 sale or Rent ., .A4 1 Foods ...... A5.*i salesladies 3 Funeral Directors 3 salesmen 3: Furs 19 Reeds. Feeds ... 2; 6R Scrv. Offered ...A3: 69 Situation Wtd. .. 3: 4] Stamps, Coins . .A7- 60 Stationery 7 Stocks Garage lor Rent Garage for Sale Hardens G i f t s Help W a n t e d , vith Inv Help W a n t e d , Female Help W a n t e d , Male Heln W a n t e d . Male. Female ,A36 Hin, Wool. Furs 7ft Household Goods 73 30 32 Summer Cottages 6' Swap service ... 3; Travel Bureau . .A 1 Trade or Exch. . 41 Upholstcrlnp ,V Wtd. to Borrow . T Win. to Buy .... 7, Wtd.. Wise A7.1 Win. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Money to Loan 8 lONEY TO LOAN--On improved Mason City real estate. E. W. ilark Co.. 204 Foresters Bldg. TOTAL COST FOR A $50 LOAN \ For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 S21-lst Nat'l. Bank. Up LOANS to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS 1'our Own Security Only. Pay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service Always See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Natl. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--t'/z%-- 5 % Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense. Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason Citv, Iowa Optometrists A15 GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Kr.utson, Opt, Weir Bldg. and get the best in optical service. Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Grand View bungalow for modern six room house. Write 0-16, Globe-Gazette. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 128 3 NW, FOR RENT--2 rms. for housekeeping. 116 13 St. N. E. Apts. tor Rent 45 FOR RENT--Mod. turn, warm two rm. apt., 1st fl., pri. ent. Ph. 4261. FOR RENT--Kuppinger's mod. rm. and bath apt. Ph. 1289. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Prices paid horses. Ph. 2731R2. for killer WANTED--Used furniture. Joo Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. WANT TO BUY--40 or 80 acres. Write Z-22, Globe-Gazette. Wanted to Rent 76 WANT TO RENT--Mar. 1, a mod. 6 rm. house. C. C. Palmeter, box 4S.J, Oskaloosa, Iowa. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. small apt. I ent. Automatic for 1 or 2. Pri. heat. Ph. 2243. Autos for Sale 79 FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt., heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn apt., 406 1st S. W. Ph. 2598J. FOR RENT--Apt. or rm. 306 W. St. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow $27.50 per month. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134. FOR RENT--Bungalows, favorably located, good, reasonably priced, ready now. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. TheWINTERMART AT THE FAIRGROUNDS Any Price Car You Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rates. Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON For Rent--Grand View bungalow, fireplace and warm garage. 2468. For Rent--2 rm. house. Ph. 2119W. FOR RENT--House, 6 rooms. 1223 N. Pres. Inq. outside stairway, east side. Henry F. Bluhm. FOR RENT--Modern residence at 647 4th N. E. Hugh H. Shepard, Foresters Bldg'. Ph. 284. FOR RENT--4 room cottage, 433 1st St N. E. Ph. 1695J. FOR RENT--House at 525 N. Mass. Inq. at 322 N. Wash. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Building: suitable for store or beer parlor. Ph. 2667. Help Wanted, with Inv. 30 SMALL Mfg. business in your basement earns ?25 a week for labor. $50 deposit required on machine. Write Berkins Co., 4412 Garfield Ave., Minneapolis. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for general housework. Call at 410 S. Mass. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--A young to work on farm. Globe-Gazette. married man Write Y-22, Serv'ces Offered A33 Death Notices SLIVKA, Frank, 50, who resided at 107 Fifteenth street northwest, died at- a local hospital Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock following an illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. S S. Adams. Phone 651. FOR RENT--5 rm. tmr.galow, $16. Alliance Investment Co. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--6 rm. strictly mod. house. 1414 N. Virginia. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--All mod. 5 rm. bungalow, Forest Park. Alliance Investment. Ph. 849. Forms For Sale 50 FOR SALE--80 A. Winnebago Co., S50; 198 A. Floyd Co., well imp., $92, easy terms, poss. Mar. 1; 280 A. Hancock Co., 555. Have several farms, possession March 1, on very easy terms. O. B. Anderson, Forest City. FOR SALE--160 Acres unimproved main gravel road 2 miles north Meservey $35 an acre. Liberal terms. Hugh H. Sh'epard, Foresters Building, Ph. 284. FOP. SALE--160 Polk county, 6 rm. house, new barn, granary, flowing well, all cultivated. Request list. Higginbothem, Red Lake Falls, Minn. Your Choice For $95.00 Completely Winterized Kearly tn Drive Away. These Cars Are Kenl Bargains and Are Selling Fast. "We Always Have the Buys" '29 Ford Spt. Coupe. '28 Chevrolet Cnach. '29 Whippet Sedan. '29 Chevrolet Landau. '28 Bttick Coach. '29 Nash Sid- 6 Conch '29 Ford A Touring. '27 Buick Conch. Clean. '28 Chevrolet Coupe, '29 Marmon Sedan. '30 Model A Ford Chassis. '29 Ford Std. Coupe. '28 Fontiac Sedan. Don't Be Afraid of the Price on These Cars. They Are Worth Far More Than We" Are Asking for Them. Come In and Look Them Over Before You Buy Any Used Car. Your Old Car or a Smnll Down Payment and You Can Drive Any of These Cars Home With You. WE TRADE--EASY TERMS Open Evenings and All Day Sunday S R Chevrolet Co. North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer. LEGAL NOTICE NOTlt'K (IP TUB APPOINTMENT OK ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OK IOWA, Crrro Gordo Count}*, .is. No, 4779. NOTICE IS HKRRBY GIVEN, I hat the iitiderxlf;ncd has been duly appointed and qualified us Administratrix of the estate ot Charles J. (C. J.) Winter. Deceased, late of Ramsey County. Minnesota, All persons in- ·ipbtert to said estate nrti requested to make edlalf payment; and, those having claims AKaln.it the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undernifined for allowance, and lilo in the office or the Clerk of the District Court. THYRA. E. WINTER, Adrainlst ratrlx. St. Pain. Minnesota. R. F. ClouRh. Attorney. Dated January 7th. 1936. S. H. MacPcnk. Clerk District Court. By--Margaret RiJey. Deputy, Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Fresh cows. 'Ph. 1118- FOR SALE---1935 De Luxe Ford fordor sedan. Guaranteed mileage, 7,000. Not a spot on it. Lapiner's. HIGHWAY BUILT IN QUAKING BOG Scenic Wonder in Glades Is Made by CCC Workers in West Virginia. MARLINTON, W. Vs., (UP) -Cranberry Glades, West Virginia's scenic wonder which heretofore has been a veritable wilderness, ia open to tourist travel through completion by CCC workers of a r-oad from Richwood, W. Va.. through the glades, and on to Marlington, civilian conservation corps officials an' notince. Cranberry Glades, situated in the high region of western Pocahontaa county, in reality is only one glade, containing some 300 to 400 acres of dense forest which abound in game Within the glade there are five open spaces, the largest being about S5 acres. Each open space is separated from the others by winding, sluggish streams. Known as Wilderness. The area, known as the "wilderness of Pocahontas county," is drained by hundreds of clear, trout laden mountain brooks that flow into the Cranberry, Gauley, Elk and Williams rivers. It is said there is no area of equa extent in West Virginia that is o: greater importance for its influence on water flow than the Cranberry Glades which lay in an elevation of 3,400 feet above the sea and are ·surrounded by mountains rising from 1,000 to 1,500 feet. Varied plant. Life. Of never-ending sources of de light to the tourist, and more to the student and collector, ar the varied forms of plant and ani real life. Two thousand varieties o orchids bloom in colorful contras upon the metallic sheen of the mos carpet. As many as 32 orchids hav been counted in a square foot. Natives call the area the."quak ing bog" for the ground quiver and sha.kes for rods around whe pome one walks on it. This is cause by the top carpet of mosses resting upon soft mire of about 20 feet deep. FARMERS CO-OPS GIVE DIVIDEND ight Per Cent Declared; Annual Meeting to Be Feb. 11. CLEAR LAKE. Jan. 23.--The 'armors' Co-Operative company ivill hold its annual business meet- ng Tuesday, Feb. 11, at the Mcth- xlist church. A program of speak- rs and music i.i being arranged for he day. The company has declared 8 per cent dividend on capital stock md checks were mailed today to .he stockholders. Extreme Intv orlops for llsli«*!it Brarte watrli repairing. Estimates anil expert Rilvipr chffr- riilly piven w i t h o u t cost or olillsatlon. We xvilt completely overhaul your watch which Include* a thorough cleaning and fresh oil-- retlmtnc, rcEiitatlnu and the replacing: of worn or broken parts. We do ftll thi w o r k In our ou-u shop. All work Ruaranteed one. year! This special offer for 7 days only: BRING THIS ADV. \ FOR SALE--Black Poland China boar. Harry Gaiser, Rockford. Phone 7 on 20, Rockwell. 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 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. fjf Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Ketnble's. Ph. 55. Money to Loan 8 QUICK LOANS UP TO $300 Our plan of financing places the MONEY YOU NEED in your hands shortly after you make known your needs to us. A simple plan of re-payment to suit your income with plenty of time and small payments, offers a simple and business-like way of paying those small annoying bills. Call and See Us Today. Humphrey Finance Co. Phone 578 19'i N. Federal Have Financial Worries? Then see us for an easy way to borrow on your personal security. United Financial Service 8 1st St. X. W. Phone 1414 M O N E Y F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor Foresters' Bldg. Ph. 727 MAIL ORDERS Glvpn Trnrnpt Attcntinn 1 Average Charen Complete Job ELECTRO-VAPORIZED Mineral Health Baths. Basement For- isters Building. Phone 676. RMS. PAPERED, 52 and up. 2163W. PAINTING and papering cut rate prices. Dahlstrom. Ph. 3538J. Salesmen 35 MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes of 800 families in East Floyd, VVinneshiek, West Blackhawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hust- er should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. IAA-RSO-3, Freeport, 111. A Large Eastern Corp. Has Opening For Men If you have faith in your own sales ability, must have car, good personality and neat appearance. This is a permanent connection should you qualify. Write, tell us all about yourself. Write N-22, Globe-Gazette Foods ASS POTATOES NEW SHIPMENT OF NORTHERN GROWN Large Cobblers, per bag .... SI.08 Large Early Ohios. per bag .. 51.17 Large Russets, per hag 51.29 APPLES Jonathan. Winesap, Grimes Golden. per basket $1.29 ORANGES--Each lc LEMONS--Per doz 18c GRAPEFRUIT--15 for 25c POP CORN--Sure pop. 4 kinds, 3 )bs 25c PECANS--3 Ibs 25c WALNUTS--10 Ibs 25c COOKIES--All kinds, Ib 15c FRI. - SAT. ONLY EARLS FRUIT MKL 1603 S. Federal W W W W W W W Wearing Apparel 70 NEAR NEW CAR at REAL SAVINGS 1-1935 Ford V-8 De Luxe Tudor. Gunmetal. 9.000 miles. Like new . . . . $550 1-1935 Ford V-S Tudor. U.OOO miles. A real buy 5495 1-1935 Std. Chev. Coach. Exactly like new. Tan color 5175 M a n y outstanding values in all price classes. These cars are all reconditioned a n d guaranteed and sold on a. Money Back Guarantee. W W W W W W W WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. E. Ph. 922 :30 Lodges and Societies I 0 O. F. LODGE NO. 224 J".'. E. STATE PHONES 2U4-VM144.I greeting every Tuesday P. M. 3. C ROBINSON, N. G. Ph. 825 WAYMAN CLOSSON Keo. Snc'j'. 3467. H. J. PINK. Fin- Sec'y. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 61 Clear Lake Briefs Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Band Mothers' card benefit at I. 0. 0. F. hall 7:30. Christian Workers at Mrs. Frank Trager home. South Second street. Old-time dance at Surf ballroom. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom. FOR SALE--Red fox fur neck piece, short black fur jacket, size 38. 9 S. Monroe. Household Goods 73 Swop Service Three times 38 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. SWAP E!ec. washer and coal range for poultry or what have you? Write DD-23,"Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. 303 8th S. W. LOYAL ORDER OF JIOOSE : HALL--2ND AND S. FEDERAL Plione 127S Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Every 4th Tuesday is family niKht. .XV. P- CHAMBERLAIN. Dictator. 2.110 S. Federal. WILLIAM GP.OTH. Sec'y. Phone 303SW For Sale Household goods. Small piano left in storage with orders to sell. Small payments. Write or inquire VEECH TRANSFER A2VD STORAGE FOR SALE--New baby bed, 1018 9th St. N. W. CLOTHES SALE In order to make room for stock in warehouse, we are going to sell at cost prices: Used -shoes, overcoats. suits and dresses. Dress up for the least money by shopping at the B. O. EXCHANGE Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Good small cash register. Kims Kitchen. Clear Lake. WANTED--Yottng Hampshire boar, also 10 young Holp'oin cows due to freshen soon: must he blood tested. Old Hampshire boar for sale. C. A. Blum, City. BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. 14S A. F. AND A. M.-- 7:30 r. M. TQ communication first Thursnay o£ each month. G. I. WOOD. W. K. C. P. SHIPLEY. Scc'y. HARDING LODGE NO. Md If. AND A. M. 1:30 P. M. Stated meotins First Friday ot each month. L. L. RAYMOND, W. 12. C. C. HALPHIDE. Scc'y. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Chin meets 3sL and 3rd Thursdays, 2 r. M. MARGARET JOHNSON, Oracle. i:A"? Ri;p\vor.TH. Kec. rhrine 1"2W O t K K N K E B K K A H LODGE NO. 106 I. O. O. F. HALL--1:30 P. M. i^EP p v r r y first and third Fridays of m o n t h . . G. A. m f P t s f i r s t Thttrs- a f t f r n f o n f"ch month. MRS. iru n.oPSJON. N. c;. .Wi". MRS. WIN NUTTINC,. R. S. ,VSW. MRS. K. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. HSSJ. I EIGHT MURDERS SOLVED BY DOG Canine Detective in Berlin Police Force Member Since 1928. BERLIN (UP)--What is said to be the best detective-dog in the world belongs to the dog- section of the Berlin police. This smart four-legged detective, named Schimmel, has solved eight murder cases as well as numeroLis robberies, holdups and other crimes. The so-called "wonderdog" is 8 years old and has been a member of the Berlin police force since 1928. In a recent case the dog gave another proof of his ability and smartness when eight other dogs from his section had failed. It found the sody of a murdered boy concealed about half a meter under ground in thickly wooded forest.. The child was a victim of the boykiller, Seefeld. Refuses io Be Misled. This little "detective" proved his cleverness to 80 jurists, among whom were both foreign and German judges and attorneys. The jurists walked over a field to destroy and stamp out all trace of scent on the dog's trail. But it took Schimmel less than three minutes to find the hidden object. This dog receives the same food as all its fellows, except that after each gallant performance it receives a. bag full of Pfefferkuchen, its favorite delicacy. Schimmel's trainer is Paul Boettger, the chief of the dog-detective section. Boettger is the oldest police-dog trainer in the world. Dog Entirely White. The dog is entirely white, a rare color for German shepherds, which are usually brown, black or spotted black and white. This peculiarity explains its name Schimmel, which in German means "white horse." The idea of using dogs for detective work originated with Herr Laufer. a former attorney. In 1901. when the town of Schwelm. Westphalia, riid not have enough money to employ sufficient police officers, every policeman on duty was ordered tf take a shepherd dog with him as protector. A year later Capt. von Stephanitz, spread the idea of using dogs in the police foicc as scouts, 'iackers, etc. Ever since then, the German shepherd dog has been known all over t h e world. The best known German shepherd dog was thf la to Rin-Tin- Tin, the famous movie star. AREA IN SOUTH SUFFERS PLAGUE Doctors Baffled by Toll of Tuberculosis m Valley of Tennessee. NEW ORLEANS. (UP)--A zone of high tuberculosis mortality has been located in the Tennessee valley and medical science is still unable to explain it. A survey of the area has been made by Dr. Carl C. Dfiuer, assistant professor of preventive medicine in the Tulane university graduate school of medicine. Re stilts of the survey will be presented to the National Tuberculosis asso elation convention in New Orleans April 22-25. New York authorities of the Til berculosia association are reporte* to have told Dr. Dauer that hi findings "constitute the most im portant contribution in a decade t the knowledge of the tuberculosi problem of this country." Dr. L. L. Lumsden, New Orleans medical director of the United States public health service collaborated with Dr. Datier in the work. Survey hy Counties. The two doctors gathered available data on tuberculosis in nearly a score of states to reach their conclusions. They worked on a STOCKHOLDERS GIVEN DIVIDEND Federal Savings and Loan Association Holds Meeting. CLEAR LAKE. Jan. 23.--The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Clear Lake Federal Savings and Loan association was held Tuesday night at the city hall at which time a 3'.'- per cent dividend on the stock iviw declared for the year. W. H. Ward and Frank Palmer were re-elected to serve as riirec- tors on the board. Other members of the board arc: C. R. Wondford, president; D. E. Kcnyon, H. N. Halvorson. secretary and treasurer; John Bohnlng and C. F. Crane. .,..,...^.. . v.,,~. ^ ~.., -.--- --- The association has been In oper- .ered the reportorial staff of the ation for one year and showed afl- Wanted: 2 hskpg. rooms. Fh. 239. Mrs. R. W. Bass of Utc, is a houseguest at the home of her son. and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Bass, South Second street. Have your radio checked by exert authority. Ph. 28. Homer Grinmi, Sac City, spent cveral days this week visiting his other. Mrs. Eugene Grimm, North Fifth street. James \VelImon is the name vhich Mr. and Mrs. Austin Minette have chosen for their first orn who arrived Monday night at Mason City hospital. ISdward Chappell will leave this veek-end for Wheaton, 111., to en- oil in the Wheaton university vhere his two sisters, Greta and Charlotte Chappejl, are students. For Rent: Fur. apt. 509 S. 3rd St. Miss Eloise Sundry, student at rinnell college, Grinnell, has en- Scarlet and Black, student publica- .ion. Sol Ott and son, Ralph, and 3eorge Ott attended the funeral of i cousin, William D. Ott at Hamp:on Tuesday. The Clear Lake. Royal Neighbor ·egular session planned for Thursday night will be postponed until later date. Music Mothers Card Benefit Is Planned CLEAR LAKE. Jan. 23.--The Music Mothers will sponsor a card benefit at the I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30 o'clock Friday night, at which pinochle, five hundred, bridge and anagrams will be played. Refreshments will be served by the committee. Mrs. R. B. Kennedy, Mrs. E. A. Colburn. Chris Estergard and C. A. Comstock, and prizes given. sets of $13,597'.51 on Jan. 1. This a corporation operating under the ederal savings and loan division of the Federal Home Loan bank, Washington, D. C. The purpose of the association is to furnish funds for home building and improvements and to refinance existing loans. Lake Schools to Be Resumed on Friday CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 23.--The Clear Lake public schools were closed all day Thursday because of the extreme cold weather which gave frost-bitten faces, hands and feet to a large number of children Wednesday. School will be resumed Friday, according to announcement of Supt. C. A. Pease. University Testing Program Jan. 27, 28 CLEAR LAKE. Jan. ' 23.--The Every Pupil Testing program spon- =orert by the State University of Iowa will be held at the local schools Jan. 27 and 28. The testing will take place during the forenoon of both days. Sixth, seventh and eighth grades will take the tests which arc in three parts, silent rending comprehension, vocabulary and basic study .·skills, basic language skills and basic arithmetic skills. The same testa will be used for thf three grades except a different standard will be maintained for each group. county-by-county basis, to give medical science its first chance to see the distribution of the disease in c i e a r 1 y-marked geographical cases. Among both white and Negro populations in the Tennessee valley region, which embraces rough-1 ,y the northern extremities of Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. | the Tennessee Valley proper and the Blue Grass region of Kentucky, the death rates were found to be strikingly high. In the old-age brackets of the white population. Dr. Dauer said, there was. in the four-year period of 1929-30, an annual average of 92.6 mortalities per 100.000 persons, compared with 56 for the country as a whole. There was no apparent explanation for the prevalence of the disease in the 40,000-square mile area, which is for the most part rural. The humidity there is not excessive, and the literacy, medical facilities and average incomes of the region compare favorably with those in other places of the southeast, the doctors said. Mills Not Cause. Nor could it be explained by comparisons with bovine tuberculosis. Dr. Dauer found that cattle in this area suffer comparatively little from Uie ailment, whereas there is a large percentage of bovine tuberculosis in the far south, a region where low tuberculosis mortality prevails among human beings. Dr. Dauer's charts show that the death rate goes down to the south and east of the Smoky and Cumberland mountains, and drops remarkably along an arc which could be drawn through the approximate centers of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama. Georgia. South Carolina and North Carolina. Below this line, which oddly coincides with the edge of the southern pine belt, there was a mortality of only 37.4 per 100.000 in the \vhi'te population in the 192933 period. Mouse Rivals Mary's tamh. FOREST CITY, ( U P ) -- A tiny field mouse, found by Gretchen Wicklund, 9. ban become so closely attached to its little mistress it follows her to school daily and often hops on to her desk. Gretchen has named the mouse "Squeaky." Jack Diercks Holds Party on Birthday CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 23.--Jack Diercks entertained a group of his classmates at a party in celebration of his eleventh birthday Wednesday night. A dinner was served at 7 o'clock, the table being attractively decorated with a large birthday cake trimmed in pink and white. Games were played during the evening. Snow Crews Kept Busy. HARRISBURG, Pa., (UP)--It's "tough winter" for snow removal crews of the Pennsylvania department of highways. Records of the department show that the crews are experiencing their busiest winter in eight years of the division of the highway workers. P A R K THEATER Clear Lake Thursday - Friday "\Vanderer of the Wasteland" A Zan« Grey Story Dean Jagger - Gall Patrick Prices 16c and lOc. Sardines Win Champion. BAKERSFIELD, Cal.. (UP)--Eler Houchin, of the state fish and | game commission, has undertaken to protect the lowly sardine. By refusing to vote he deadlocked the commission on a project to increase Pacific Coast sardine fishing by 100,000 tons annually. AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Firemen Miss Costly Bla-/.e. FOSTORIA, Ohio, ' ( U P ) -- T h e Fostoria fire department was not called for the most costly bla/.e ill the city during 1935. One of the smallest, yet most disastrous, It j damaged nearly $1.000 worth of false teeth, dental supplies and instruments. "I like simple folks. It looks like the minute folks start to gettin' smart, they start to gettin' hateful." Sun and Whisky Slart Fire. j BOSTON. ( U P ) -- Although it was j 15 degrees above zero, the sun and i a bottle of "firewater" started a i blaze in a liquor store. The fire department's report said the sun came through a window, concentrated on a whisky bottle and set fire to a wall. P R I C E S ON OLIVER TRACTORS ADVANCE F E B . 1. BE S U R E AND PLACE YOUR ORDER BEFORE THAT DATE. The 1 A If F '" IEATKB X MV L A IV E. Clear Lake Held Over Frldny \\II.L KOOKKS "Stoaniboal 'Kminci the Bond" Tho most important ovont in . Will Rogers' ovontfnl career Adults 2Bc Childion Ilk- Sat.--"RAINMAKERS" 60 SALES PAVILION Clear Lake, Iowa SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 36 Beginning at 1 :" T. M. - HEAD OF HORSES - 60 Including wveral good mnlrhed pairs of young farm chunks, 3 spans of colts; balance of horses of all kinds. ACTIVE DK.MAND FOK ALL CLASSES OF HORSES Can use a n v kinil nf horens and assure consignments of highest market prices. Can use more good Wisconsin horses. \VF, I.NVJTE "iOV TO ATTEND Ot'H SALKfi Anyone Hnvlng Machinery or Misccllarirotis Articles for Snlo. Rrinr in Saturday. fi!4 C'lr-nr Lake. Iowa

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