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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, J A N U A R Y 29 1930 FIFTEEN CLASSIFIED AD L* a*t, OPPORTUNITY/ Classified Advertising Information Fifteen ceou a Una first insertion. Ten cents a I'M foe Â«Â«='" consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count live average words to the line). Seven Insertions are given (or tin price of six. CLASSIFIED OiSPLAT ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of Insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended for classified advertising It there la an account thirty days old or more. All out-ol-town adÂ» are payable In advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called for within 30 days of thi cancellation date of the order. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertlsemenH murt be oddrased to the letter stated In the ad, care of the Globe-GazetU, Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting "blind" advertisements. PHONE 3800 between 8 a- m. and 6 p. m. and ask for the. Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position in which they appear in the section. Acreages A4D Apcnts ......... 3G Apts. for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accessories 82 Autos lor Sale.. 79 Auto Storage A79 Auto Truck 80 Auto Repairing .. fil Beauty Parlors .. 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bonds A Burial Vaults . . . A 3 1dR. Materials . 13 Business Li o c a- tlons 31 Business Opportunities 29 Cafes. Restaurants XT Card or Thanks 2 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors .. * 14 Cleaners, Dyers . IS Cottages A*6 Death Notices ... 1 Dentists A3t Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 Educational Opportunities .... 40 Electrical Servica 61 Employment Service --Â· A30 Faring'for Sale .. 60 Farina for -Rent .A50' Farm Machinery 51 Florists 4 Foods AS5 Funeral Directors 3 Furs- 19 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for SaJe 63 Gardens ........ 41 G i f t s 60 Help W a n t e d , with inv 30 Hcip W a n t e d , Female 31 Help W a n t e d . Mali Help W a n t e d . Male, Female .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 for Sale 47 Jlcnt 4ft ..... 39 11 10 .A 2 . 2fl . 21 32 Houses Houses for Instruction . Insurance ... Investment . In Mcmorlam Job Printing Laundries . . Livestock for Sale 52 Location Wanted 6f) Lost and Found 6 Lot* for Sale ... 48 Machinery 54 Milk 22 Misc. for Sale ... 55 Misc. for Rent .. 56 Money to Loan .. S Mortgages * Monuments A 4 Musical Instr. ... 58 Nursery Stock .. 57 Osteopaths l^ 1 Optometrists ....A1.1 Offices for Rent 63 Office Furn., Fix. A63 O f f i c e Equipment 64 Painting. Decor. 21 personals photographers Plumbing, Htg, Poultry. Eggs . Real Es. Loans. Radio Supplies . Real Estate Rooms for Rent Sale or Trade, ...A38 Sale or Rent Salesladies ... Salesmen .... Seeds. Feeds Serv. Offered Situation TVtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery ... Stocks 72 Summer cottagea 67 Swap service ... 38 Travel Bureau ..A 5 Trade or Exch. . 4" Upholstering 5! wtd. to Borrow . 77 wtd. to Buy . Wtd., Misc. .. Wtd. to Rent .. Wearing Apparel 25 2F 74 ..AS . 27 .Al ... 34 ... 35 ... 28 ...A33 '."AT-I .... "i . .A7.i Death Notices 1 ELISON. Anna Sophia, 74, died at a local hospital about 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon, following: a brief illness. Funeral services will be held at the Norwegian Lutheran church at Kanawha Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. T. H. Sigmond. Kensett, in charge of service. Burial will be at West Lake cemetery near Kanawha. The McAuley funeral home in charge. OVERTURE, Edward Morton, 64, died suddenly at his home, 936 Delaware avenue northeast, Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Baptist church, with the Rev. J. Lee Lewis, pastor, in charge. Burial will be at Elm- \vood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Kemble'3. Ph. 55. Help Wanted, Male 32 WOULD you like, a good paying steady job? I want to hire a man immediately. Paid every week. Must have car and know farming. Money to Loan -- State age and farm experience. Box 8 164, Dept. 3941, Quincy, 111. HONEY TO LOAN--On improved Mason City real estate. E. W. Clark Co.. 204 Foresters Bldg. 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 Vi N. Federal That Car Payment If your payments are too high or you need additional money see us. No outside signers. Â·--Also Personal Loans-United Financial Service 8 First St. K. W. Phone 1414 M O N E Y F O E 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 HELP For institutions. Hospitals everywhere. No experience necessary. $50-5380 monthly. Enclose stamp. Scharf Bureau. 145-C347 W. 45th, New York. WANTED--Single man to work on farm. No cigaret smoker or boozer. Fred Rosenau. Clear Lake, Iowa. 6 mi. S., 2 mi. E. Ventura. Situation Wanted 33 YOUNG Couple wants job on a farm. Write K-2S, Globe-Gazette. MARRIED Man wants job on farm. Write Y-28, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered' A33 RMS, PAPERED, $2 and up. 2163W. Salesmen 35 ENGINEERING SALESMAN with successful sales record and experience will find an excellent opening on a commission basis representing an internationally known organization of water treatment specialists. Those desiring an additional account non-competitive with present connections will be considered. Write Midwest Regional Manager, X-15 Globe-Gazette. $ A SA TOTAL TrÂ»O )l U' COST FOB A $50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 SZl-lst Nat'J. Bank. M O N E Y for purchasing--Â· money for building-money for refinancing homes 5% and up. The most satisfactory type of loan. Mason City Loan Investment Co. 109 E. State St. MAN With sales experience for Mason City. Salary and commission, steady employment. Call Room 209 Cerro Gordo Hotel Tuesday p. m. and Wednesday. Business Locations 37 FOR RENT--1st floor brick building 26x60 office space for work shop or storage. 525 S. Pres. Swap Service 38 Houses For Rent 46 HOUSES FOR RENT Modern 8 room house located at 1014 North Delaware Ave. $30.00 per month. Partly modern house at 427 Fourth Street N. E. 5 rooms. $18.00 per month. Modern S room house at 502 Fourth Street N. E. $22.50 per month. 4 Room Partly modern apartment at 409 Fourth St., S.^W. $12.00 per month. BECK BROS. CO. Phone 134. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow. 2477. For Rent--Grand View bungalow, fireplace and warm garage. 2468. FOR RENT--House at 525 N. Mass. Inq. at 322 N. Wash. FOR RENT--6 rm. strictly mod. house. 1414 N. Virginia. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--6 rm. bungalow near Monroe school. Ph. 999. Houses For Sole 47 FOR SALE--6 room house and lot and double garage in Hampton. Write Jack Griffie, Hampton, Iowa. Acreages A48 FOR SALE AT CLEAR LAKE Close in acreage with new chicken fence, new modern house, just being completed and is an ideal place for the man who wants a small acreage with modern improvements. D. E. KENYON, Owner Clear Lake Farms For Sale 50 FOR SALE--Farm 160 A. N. W. of Mason City, IS mi., good bldgs., and soil. Can give possession next fall. $125 an acre. $10,000 down. Address Box 212, Garner, Iowa. SWAP--Good 240 egg incubator for good engine. AVrite AA-29, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Two Letz burr mills for livestock or what have you? Write JJ-29, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Hardware stock and bide, and house for small farm. Write RR-29, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Mod. 8 rm. house, close in, for small house. Write SS-29, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--Fully equipped farm, close in, for grocery or hardware stock. Write JJ-27, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--1928 Chev. truck, 4 speed, dual wheels, for 2 vr. colts, cows. Write ZZ-27, Globe-Gazette. LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS Your Own Security Only. Pay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number "of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Sen-ice 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 SWAP--1928 Chevrolet truck for pigs or cattle. Write TT-27, Globe- Gazette. Instruction 39 GOVERNMENT JOBS. Start $105$175 month. Men-women. Prepare | now for next Mason City examina- I tions. Common education. List positions, free. Write immediately. Franklin Institute, Dept. 99J, Rochester, N. Y. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. PEASE, Miss Gladys, 39, died at a local hospital at 9:10 o'clock Wednesday morning, following a major operation. Funeral services will be held at Chamberlain, S. Dak. The Patterson funeral home in charge. WREGHITT, Mrs. Fred, 63, Swale- dale, died at a local hospital about 6:15 o'clock Tuesday morning following an illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the farm home near Swaledale and at 3 o'clock at the M. E. church at Swaledale. Burial will be at Pleasant Valley cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. WILHELM, Mrs. O. C., 33, who resided at 842 Eighth street northeast, died at a local hospital at 4:45 o'ciock Wednesday morning following an illness of four weeks. Funeral services will be held at the Congregational church at Oxford, Wis.. Saturday afternoon. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. I* PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A service for those who care. Ara- 1$ bulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--t'/j%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Sen-ice--Small Expense. Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPAKD 502-508 Foresters Bldg-. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists Al 5 FOR STYLE in Glasses see Dr. Kntitson, Opt. Weir Bldg., Service, price pleasing. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--10 tons alfalfa hay in barn. Ph. 1F2, Clear Lake. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Grocery store at a bargain. SI,100 cash buys a well established store in county seat town near Mason City. To trade. Write X-27, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Harness and shoe repair shop, doing nice business. Small stock on hand. Will sell reasonable. A good place for someone wanting to start in business. L. O. Stokke, Fertile, Iowa. FOP. RENT--Building suitable, for store or beer parlor. Ph. 2667. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Middle aged housekeeper for small family on farm. Rof. required. Write V-29, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 WILL TRADE 5 rm. mod. bungalow Forest Park for 6 or 7 rm. mod. house. Ph. 3541 or 333. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Large room for 2. Close in. .19 4th N. W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--First floor 2 rm. apt. 20 4 N. W. Ph. 1460J. Â· FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apt., clean and desirable. Heat, water furnished. Reasonable. 525 U S. Pres. FOR RENT--1 rm. apt., one slpg. rm. 110U S. Del. Ph. 301. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE Used portable mills--One Rawell, equipped with 6-cyI. motor; one Gehl mill, equipped with 4-cyl. motor; new Geh! farm roughage mills. W. M. PEDELTY 609 N. Del. Mason City FOR SALE--Double unit electric milking machine. 110 volt. Clark Pcdelty, Rt. 4, City. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Feeding hogs and some goats that will freshen soon. Ph. 2039. FOR SALE--1 good Jersey cow, 5 years old, fresh in Feb. Ph. 2652. FOR SALE--Guernsey cow, fresh, good milker. PJi. 2F4, Clear Lake. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--American brown Spaniel puppies, $5 each. L. E. Trees, Britt, Iowa. FOR SALE OR TRADE--Thoroughbred Springer Spaniel pups, cheap. S25 S. Fed. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--2 1925 Chevrolet semi- trailers. Ph. 2942. Household Goods 73 SPECIAL SALE on beating and cook stoves, overcoats, rubbers, overshoes, shoes, yarn, furniture. B. O. Exchange, 1408 N. Federal. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Bronze turkeys, breeding stock, 30c pound at farm. Mrs. Fred Furness, Rockford, Rt. 2, Ph. 3 on 42, Nora Springs. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Prices paid horses. Ph. 2731R2. for killer WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. WANTED--All kinds of used furniture. Call us before you sell. Grahams. Phone 301. WANTED--To buy Guernsey milk cows. E. J. Meiners, Clear Lake, Iowa. Wanted to Rent 76 FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. Cozy and clean. 311 3 N. W. WANTED--Small furn. apt. near Church of Christ. Ph. 2752J. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. small apt. for 1 or 2. Pri. ent. Automatic heat. Ph. 22-13. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt., heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Three room unfurn. apt. 1530',i N. Mad., S12.50. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--Nice, unfurn. 4 rm. mod. apt. Newly decorated. Ph. 2414. FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt. 417 3 N. W. FOR RENT--Very nice apt. in fine neighborhood, 4 large rrns. and bath glassed in porch, running soft water, hot and cold, steady oil burner heat. No children. 319 1st S. E. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow corner of 18th and Mass. S. PI Ph. 940 after 6 p. m. Call 3241W. FOR RENT--Mod. bungalow, S30: 3 rm. apt., S10: 10 rm. house, $20. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983. FOP- RENT--2 rm. house. 21B3-W. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. house. 1527 N. Del. Ph. 301. WANTED--Furnished apt. by responsible couple for the month of February. Must bÂ« modern and clean; occupancy Feb. 2. Reply stating details and price. A. B. Linck, Warden Apts., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Autos for Sale 79 1931 CHEV. SEDAN Very low mileage, clean mohair upholstery. S75 DOWN--S18 PER MONTH FOLSOM AUTO CO. 722 S. Fr.rleral FOR SALE--1932 Chrysler coupe. Extra clean, six wire wheels. Rumble scat, hot water heater. Will take trade in. Priced to sell. Ph. 81. The WINTERMART 150 USED CARS AT FAIRGROUNDS Sfllcsmcn There Every Day. Two Old Reliablft Firms. Definite and Dependable Guarantees. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON Entrance Â·!"*! \Vrsl of Federal on Nineteenth Street Autos for Sale 't We have a few more of those remarkable bargains that you have heard everybody talking about this month. We have sold about 50 of these cars this month and every one of them have been a wonderful bargain. Come in and see for yourself. OPEN EVENINGS Buys any of the following cars: These cars are thoroughly checked over and have good brakes, good tires, good batteries and lights. Completely serviced for winter driving. '30 Ford Model A Chassis. '29 Chevrolet Landau, Refinished. '28 Pontiac Sedan. Dandy. '29 Dodge Std. 6 Sedan. '28 Chevrolet Coupe. '29 Ford A Tudor. '29 Whippet 4 Cylinder Sedan. '29 Esse* Challenger Coach. '30 Whippet 6 Sedan. '30 Chevrolet 1 Vz-ton Truck. '30 Ford Dual Wheel Truck. Your old car and a small weekly or monthly payment and you can own any one of these cars. Don't let the price of these cars scare you. They're worth a lot more than we are selling them for, '29 Chevrolet Coupe. '29 Mormon 6 Cyl. Sedan. '28 Chevrolet Coach. '27 Reo Coupe. Clean. '28 Buick Coach. Dandy. '29 Pontiac Coach. '28 Dodge Sedan. Fast 4. '29 Roosevelt 8 Cylinder Sedan. '29 Ford A Touring. '27 Studebaker Sedan. Nice. Several Other Cheaper Cars at ''NORTH IOWA'S LEADING AUTOMOBILE DEALER" Lodges and Societies I. 0 O. F. LODGE NO. 2M I2'/i E. STATE PHONES 2t44-\V-2144.7 Meetlnc every Tuesday 7:30 P. H. J. C ROBINSON, N. G. Ph. 825 WAYMAN CLOSSON Rec. Sec'!'- 3467. "H. J. PINE, Fin. Sec'r. tOTAI, ORDER OK MOOSE MOOSE HALI^2ND A N D S. I-BDEKAL PllOfie 127S M^ets first and tlilrd Tuesdays or each month. Every 4.th 'Tuesday I 3 f a m i l y niKht. W. P. C H A M B E R L A I N . Dictator. 2.MO S. Federal. WILLIAM GP.OTH. Scc'f. Phone 3036W BKNKVOI.KNCB I-OHOE NO. 145 A. F. A N D A. M--7:30 I'. M. rd c o m m u n i c a t i o n f i r s t T h u r s d a y of each month. G. I. WOOD, W. -W. C. P. SHIPLEY, Stc'r. HARDING LODGE .NO. 649 A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 P. M. Stated m e e t l n E First Friday of each month. L. L. RAYMOND. W. 11 C. C. HALPHIDE. Sec'y. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and 4th Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Club mecis 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. M. MARGARET JOHNSON. Oracle. J:AT BITDWOP.TII. Rsc. Phone 1372W H : EKN R E K K K A I I LODGE NO. 106 I. O. O. F. HALL--7:30 P. M. M e e t i n K S every first and third Fridays of m o n t h , P. N. G. A. m e e t s f i r s t Thuis- dfty a f t e r n o o n each month. MP.R. I P \ nl.OPPON. X. (;. 34B7. MRS. W I N MTTTIN';. il. S. .".t6W. MRS. R. E. KOLW1NSKA. F. S. 11SSJ. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE 'PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 61 GEORGE BOLTON BECOMES BUYER Damon's Display Manager Accepts Post With Tatman Importers. CLEAR LAKE. Jan. 29.--George Bolton, Avalon apartments, who has been display manager and assistant manager at Damons at Mason City for the past year, has accepted a responsible position in Chicago. He will become manager and buyer for Tatrnans Importers, who retail some of the finest chinaware obtainable both in this country and abroad. He will buy for two stores, one in Chicago and one at "Evanston which will entail considerable travel both in the east and abroad. Mr. Bolton has made his home in Clear Lake for the past four years with Mrs. Louise Wallace and son, Harry Wallace. Prior to that time he re'sided in Chicago where he received training at an art school and later operated a gift shop. Mr. Bolton is being honored at several dinner parties before his departure Saturday night. Clear Lake Briefs. Cash Loans to $300.00, information cheerfully given. Ccrro Gordo Loan Investment Co. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence, Cook have taken an apartment at the Avalon. Loans, single persons or married couples eligible to borrow. Cerro Gordo Loan Investment Co. Mrs. Howard Skollenger and I'liil- dren, Mason City, are spending several days this week with Mrs. Skel- Icnger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrcn Porter, South Winnie street. Attend the animal Danish masquerade ball, Surf, tonight (Wed.). Mltahr.ll the Radio Man. rh. 28. Grorge Sullivan has returned to his home at DCS Moines after a few days' stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sullivan, North Second street. Mrs. F. C. DcBniyn, North Third street, returned Tuesday from De3 Moines where she .spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Laura Pugh, who has been ill. The Rev. H. E. Blough ivill speak to the P. T. A. at Ventura Thursday night on "My Observations in the Mediterranean World." Mis (ienevieve Hanson, South Third street, plans to leave thin week-end for Chicago to spend several days with her sister, Mrs. Herman Boyle, and purchase spring goods for the Oluf T. Hansen company. Mrs. A u s t i n Minettfl and infant son, James Wellmon, will be clis- mised from the Park hospital. Mason City, Thursday, and return to their home on Clara street. Peter Jllhl, 105 West IJenton, has taken a. room at the John Moran home, 215 North Fifth street. Mr. anil Mrs. Homer Briar, West Second street, plan to leave Thursday to spend several days at Mankato. Minn., with Mr. Briar's brother. Grant Township Play, C o m m unity Meeting Is Planned Next Week CLKAR LAKE, Jan. 29.--There will be no January meeting of the Grant township Farm Bureau due to the nearness of the joint meeting, according to Wayne Wolfot'd, township chairman. The joint Farm Bureau meeting and Grant township play will be held at the Community building the first week in February according to the present plans. * * * AUXILIARY SEW1NO CIRCLE TO CONVENE Mrs. Jens "Wind will be hostess to members of the American Legion sewing circle at her home Friday afternoon. This was postponed from last Friday because of the cold weather. MRS. CRANE HOSTESS TO MISSION CIRCLE The Congregational Mission circle met at the home of Mrs. C. F. Crane, North First street, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C. R. Wood, presided and led the devotions. A letter from Mrs A. E. Copley in Chicago was read to the group. She is still confined to her wheel-chair. Mrs. W. R. Clack read two articles from the Missionary Review of the World and Mrs. H. E. Blough told a story, "Little Bum and Little Brother," taken from the American magazine. Mrs. Mary Bowman assisted the iiostess in serving refreshments. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Clear Lake Commercial club at city hall. 6:30. Royal club at Mrs. L. O. Kimba.ll home, West Division street, Mrs. Robert Miller assisting. Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15. Lake View club postponed until Feb. 6, at Mrs. Earl Lambert home. Friday--Circle No. 2 cf M. E. Ladies' Aid at Mrs. W. R. Kime home, 509 West Jefferson, 2. Mixed dance at Surf Ballroom. Tabitha circle oyster supper at Zion Lutheran church. 5:30. Clear Lake vs. Forest City, basketball game at Forest City. American Legion sewing circle at Mrs. Jens Wind home, 2. CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this means to thank the doctors, nurses, relatives snd friends for the kindness shown me while I was in the hospital. Aiso for the beautiful flowers. I want to especially thank those that assisted in caring for my family while I was gone. MRS. CHAS. PETERSON COMMERCE CLUB PLANS MEETING Report of Plans (or Moving Surf to Uptown to Be Heard. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 29.--The regular January meeting of the Commercial club will be held Thursday night at the city hall. Dinner will be served at 6:30 followed by a business session. A report on the progress of plans for moving the Surf ballroom to Main street will be heard by a DECLAM CONTEST TO BE MONDAY Two Places Will Be Given to Contestants in Each Section. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 29.--Pinna ire beinrr; made for the final home leclamatory contest to be held at .he high school Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, Mason City, will he the critic judge. There will he four speakers in each division with places given In each section. In the oratorical section Frank Sheehy is the only one with any experience. Kathryn Wood placed in :he home contest last year in dramatic division. Ella Mnc Ooodell won second and Marguerite Winnie placed in the humorous section homo contest last year. All of the other speakers are newcomers into this field. In the oratorical division are: Bill Kennedy with the selection, "Ryes' That Sec Not;" Ellsworth My'hr, with "We Call Them Radical;" Frank Sheeny with "Hickory Stumps," and Margaret Wolford, with "The Fifth Horseman." In the dramatic section are, Nctha Â·arr with "Elizabeth, the Queen;" Helen Lemen with "Faith," Kathleen Newman w i t h "The Russian Martyr," and Kathryn Wood with "Patience of Taku." In the humorous .section are Ella Mae Goodcll in "Exit the Big Bad Wolf;" Margery Jacobscn with "The Little Shaver;" Barbara Rulan with, "Featherweight Champion," and Marguerite Winnie with "Home Talent Rehearsal." committee, which includes H. Ward, Henry Volstad, C. A. Knutson and Ira Jones. A spring business stimulus will be discussed. Suggestions a.s to the sponsoring of a spring opening- or spring festival will be heard and plans laid. Latimer Father and Son Banquet to Be Thursday will son LATIMER, Jan. 29.--There be a community father and banquet Thursday evening at new gymnasium. Dr. CIcworth Hampton will be the speaker. The supper will be served by the M. E. aid society. A3] men of the community are invited to attend. TWICE AS MUCH AS STATE BONUS Records of Iowa Board Are Checked With Baby Bond Prospects. DES MOINES, Jan. 29. (/Pi-Records of the Iowa bonus board showed today that estimated baby bond bonus payments to Iowa veterans will be only twice as much as the slate bonus 10 years ago. Jack Miller, executive secretary of the bonus board, said Iowa veterans received $20,047,811 from the state treasury during the four year periods from'June, 1923, to March, 1931. Veterans' organization officials estimated the baby-bond bonus will yield $41.000,000 for Iowa ex-service men. Miller said 106.645 Iowa veterans participated in the state bonus payment. About 75.000 are eligible to receive the new bonus, voted by congress Monday. The difference in number participating results from deaths, veterans moving out of the state, and regulations limiting the payments to those with more than 110 days of service, Miller said. Although no provision was made for financing immediate payment of the national bonus, Iowa has paid more than half of its state bonus debt and is amortizing the remainder with million dollar payments annually. Originally. 22 million dollars In slate bonus bonds were issued, with the balance after bonus payments going into a state veterans' disability fund. About $8.000.000 of the issue remains to be paid. A one mill tnx on monies and credits is used for interest and amortization. SO Shovpllnp Konds. | G A R N E R . Jan. 29.--County Engineer Charles F. Merten .said that fQ men had been employed since last Wednesday shoveling snow from county roads. It is expected to : take until the end of the week to clear all roads if there is no more drifting. . j Park Theatre Tonight, Jan. 29 "THE C A R N I V A L " Fun. H i l a r i t y iiml Surprises for Ihe AVhole Family. Klc and He THEATER ATTRACTIONS "MUTINY ON BOUNTY" SHOWING AT LAKE The dramatic highlight of Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer's productions during the past year, "Mutiny on the Bounty," comes to the Lake theater Wednesday for a three day engage, ment. Charles Laughton reaches his peak in his work as the tyrant Captain Bligh of the hell ship, Bounty. Clark Gable appears as the leader of the rebellion. From the flood-drenched docks of a man o'war to the ecstacy of a sunbaked paradise isle, from the tyrannical grasp of a brutal captain to the arms of native beauties of Tahiti, who brought them love and forgetfulness, a variety of acting 13 brought to the screen. ,'Dark Angel," featuring; Frederic March and Merle Oberon will be shown Sunday and Monday at the new Lake theater. Osage Declam Contest Winners Are Selected OSAGE. jan. 29.--The annual home declamatory contest was held here Monday evening in the high school assembly room. A winner was chosen in each class: Stanley Roberts won first in oratorical and Dean Dickson won second. Kathryn Kitson won first in dramatic class; Ruby Morische, second: in the humorous division Jeanctte Woodard won first and Keith Dickaon, second. Judges were Clarence Tesch, Miss Evelyn Wadsworth and Superintendent Edie all of Rudd. The next contest will be Fob. 28 at which time the three winners will speak. Ill With Pneumonia. KANAWHA--Ruth Veltihnusc, g, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Veldhouse, is suffering with pneumonia, having taken sick Saturday. L A K E THEATKK, Clear L-'ike Wed. - Thnrs. - Fri. "Ml'TlNV ON" TMB BOUNTY" Also News and Cartoon No increase In Prices A d u l f s 2(i; Children I0r Buffalo Center Girl to Enter Franciscan Order BUFFALO CKXTKR. .Jan. 29.-- t h c jMis.s Frances Sorhapi left Tuesday nf j for Dubuque to enter the KranciSran j order of sisters. .Seventy-five pat^- pave remarks, presenting a pift to her nr.d praising nor wort in this parish. AUNT MET By Robert Quillen "It was k i n d o' late to pay calls a f t e r the party, but 1 h a l e d to miss the chance while I was dressed up."