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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 22 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Use the Classified Want Ads and Save Money--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line rim Insertion. Ten c%nts a fine for. each consecutive aub- tfquenl Insertion. (Count fiv* average words to llio line.) Seven insertions ars given for tho price ftf 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 tot at the time of insertion or not later than S days thereafter. All out-oMcmns ads art payable- In ad- tance, All refunds on Want Ads must bo called tor wlthLn 30 days of ths cancellation date of the -order. Answer to "blind" advertisements must na addressed to ihe letter stated In the ad, care ot the GJone-Gazctte. Under no cit- cumatances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of tnoa« Inserting "blind" advertlce- -*- .t». - 'uSlQlmum ctmrga for olngl« advertisement, 23 cents. PHONE 8800 between S a. m. and o p. m. and oak for the Ad Taker. Money to Loan 8 CHARACTER LOANS -- $50 or more. $10 la cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207 ] /£ N. Federal. PHONE, WRITE OR CAIX --for-FREE INFORMATION on loanK up to $300.00 on furniture, nutos, diamonds, personal property anywhere In North Control Iowa. Prompt, private, courteous service. C. L. Pine Loan Company Phone 224 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite Tho First National Bank "Large enough to serve you; small enough to know you." INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Claslflcntlons are numbered according to tho position In which they nppcai In tho section. Affenta ....... Apia, for Rent Amusements .. AUtO AcC'iEiuTl Autos for si ale Auto Storage , Auto Trucks . , . Auto Repairing . Beauty Parlors , Board, Room .. Bldg. Materials , Buslneas L o c a- tlon . .,,. Business Opportunities 3 43 7 82 73 A79 80 81 16 49 43 B7 29 Instruction .. Insurance ... Investment .. [n Mcmorlam Job Printing ... Laundries Livestock for SaJo Location Wanted Lost and Fnund Lota Mr Sale ... Machinery Milk Misc. /or Sato .. Misc. lor Rent .. Money to Loan 39 II 10 .A 2 20 21 52 Q5 G 48 S4 22 C a f e s , Restau-, rants ........ 17 Monumeou A 4 Card of Thanks 2 Moving, Storage 58 07 63 Chiropractors ... 14 Cleaner,", Dyers . 18 Cottages A48 Death Notices . . 3 TJogB, Birds, Pets 63 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Ber- vico A30 Farms for Sale . 50 Farms for Rent .A50 Farm MchJnery 51 Florlsti 4 Foods . .. .., A55 nii Directoro 3 Furs ....'. 19 .rase f. yr Rent 68 .rage 'for Salo GO Gardens 41 Gifts GU Help W a n t e d , With Inv SO Help w a n t e d , Female . 31 Help w a n t e d , Male ......... 33 Help W a n t e d , Male. Female. .A3fl Hide, Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houies for Sale 47 Houscg for f:ent 46 aUislcal Nursery Stock .. Offices for Rent O f f i c e EqulpU . . Osteopaths ..... Painting, Decor. Personals ...... photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry, Eg£3 .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for Rent .Sale or Trno.e , ,A3S Sale or Rent ...A4T Bales I n til eg 34 Salesmen ...... 'Seeds, Feed* .. Scrv. Offered .. Situation Wtd. . Stamps, Colua ..A Stationery . ..... ' Stocka ' Summer Cottages ' Swap Ser\'lce ... : Travel Bureau ..A Traile or Exch. . 42 Upholstering .... Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... Wld., MlSc A7fl \Vtd. to Rent .. 7fi Wearing Apparel 70 . 35 . £8 .A33 . 33 Death Notices 1 LOFING, Phillip, 51, who resided at 1408 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, died at a local hospital Thursday from a skull fracture. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The body was taken to the Randall funeral home. Funeral Directors MEYER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Pb, 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140 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 ba charged for every line over 3 lines, beat des 10 cents for each answer. TO SWAP--Man's 15 jewel Bulova wrist watches for 21 jewel pocket watch, 16 size. Write ZZ-22, Globe-Gazette. Rooms lor Rent 44 FOR RENT--Rm., board if desired, gentlemen preferred. Ph. 2199W. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries. 221 8tb S. E, Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--210 egg Successful Incubator. 1114 North Hampshire GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 4S1 FOR SALE--L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITER A-l condition; cheap. PHONE 511, CLEAR LAKE FOR RENT--2 unf. rms. 420 E. St. N E E D M O N E Y FOR THE FIRST TIME Do you find yourself in a position where for the first time in yoifr life -- you would like to borrow money from a loan company? You should not feel any different about it than you did when you purchased something for the first time on an installment plan basis. Borrowing money is just like any business transaction -- it is a credit matter. And most of the big and little businesses of the world are built and kept up on credit. The UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE pays particular attention to the needs of people who are borrowing money for the first time. So if you nf.ed cash come in and see us. Wo promise you will feel perfectly at ease -- will be asked no questions embarrassing to answer. Furniture and Automobile Loans. United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St. N. IV. First Door West of Adams Drug. Phono 1414 FOR RENT--L,t. hsk. rm. 145 5 SW. FOR RENT--2 furn. rms. for light hskpg. with garage. Ph. FOR RENT--1 or 2 rms. Hot water. 330 1 N. E. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1903. FOR RENT--1, 2 or 3 mofl. furn. hskpg. rms. Inq. 322 3 N, E. FOR RENT--Light hskpg. 20 4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. room, Beauty Parlors 16 waves $1.80 to 53. . Shampoo and finger wnve fiOc. Ph. 8011, call for Le Moderno Annex. 2 l 2 ^ N . F e d . A v o . Painting, Decorating 24 Have returned and am again PAINTING AND PAPERING Welcome old and neiv customers. W. A. "Lefty" Stewart, Ph. 2438W Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 122 N. Mad. FOR RENT--Furn. 3 rm. apt., pri. bath, no children. 420 9 N. W. FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. mod. apt. good location. Ph. 297W FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfum. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. KIRK APARTMENTS 2 iirst floor 3 room apartments, completely reflnished. Furnished or unfurnished. Private baths. I single room, nowly decorated. FOR RENT--3 -rm. mod. furn. apt., heat, lights, gas, water furnished. 929 N. Jersey. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. duplex ·with garage, close in; $22.50 mo. Ray Seney. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod., well located apt. Pine sun porch. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt. Pri. ent. 207 6 N. E. FOR RENT--3 rm. u n f . apt. 3015J FOR RENT--Mod. furn. 2 rm. apt 41S S. Georgia. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--a t7ddie~agc!i"h ouseUcep"- erj moi-e for home than ivnges. Prefer Scundinuyian, Write Y-22, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 712 N.Mad Help Wanted, Male 32 YOUNG MEN--It will pay you to investigate our new 1934 deal; money in your pocket every day; permanent if you qualify. See F. A. True, No. 7, Central Apts, 12',i S. Delaware. WANl'ED -- Experienced middle- aged single man on the farm by April 1. Sylvan C. Olson, Forest City, Iowa, Route 1. MAN WANTED--For local service station. $35 per week to start. Previous experience not needed. $850 cash deposit required on equipment. Apply by letter. Manufacturer, 214-H-91 W. Wesley St., Wheaton, 111. Situation Wanted 33 EXP. Young man wants work on farm or in graraee. Ph. 358VW. Services Offered A33 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists 4 IN the hour of Joy as well aa in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kemblea. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monu- . ment from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. WANTED--Washings. 912 8 S. E. Personals SPENCER Corsets, light weight, economical, designed for the woman who is to wear it. Ph. 3856 Money to Loan 8 DO YOU NEED MONEY? $10 $50 $100 $300 FUIWITUJIE LOANS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOAN3 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st NatT Bldg. Ph. 412 PRIVATE LOANS on city property. Write F-21, Globe-Gazette. AUTOMOBILE LOANS IF YOU NEED MONEY- REFINANCE YOUR CAR! We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down. Furniture Loans Also Made Phone 727 or Come In HOME LOAN * FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. WANTED--House or cafe work by girl. Write L-22, Globe-Gazette. EXP. Young man wants farm. Ph. 2092. work on EXPERIENCED middle aged lady wants housework for bachelor or widower. Write O-21, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Work Saturdays by honea, intelligent H. S. student. Ph. 2025. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Salesmen 35 WE WANT a man to cover a Rawleigh route In citieo of Clear Lake, Garner, Nora Springs and East Floyd county to supply every day users of our household products. Earnest workers, without experience, can make $2^ weekly and up. Exceptional opportunity write at once. Rawleigh Co., Dept. 146, Freeport. HI. Business Location 37 FOR RENT--Corner store, K. C. building. Only available corner on Federal, lions, rent. J. A. Sullivan. Phone 83 or 1919. Swap Service 38 SWAP Equity in home for lot located between 16th St. and 12th N. W. Write TT-22, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Puppies, Chesapeake and Irish Setters for what have you 1 Write RR-22, Globe-Gazette. ' SWAP--Close in duplex for close in large mod. home. Write 11-22, Globe-Gazette, Houses lor Rent 4( FOR RENT--9 rm. mod. newly dec- home. Close in. Inq. Mler Wolf. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house. Ph 3975. FOR RENT--1 rm. mod. hse. 1671, FOR RENT--?20, 6 rm. mod., close to schools, double garage. W. L Patton, North side M. B. A. FOR RENT--Mod. 7 rm. house in E. part of city, $40 month. Beck Bros. Co. Ph. 134. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. gaa heat ed house. Ph. 3247. RENT YOUR HOME from Bria; List your property with Briar Buy a. home from Briar. Ph. 3414 Houses for Sale 41 FOR SALE--By owner mod. hse 416 5 S. E. Call 1681LJ or 6S FOR SALE--6 rm. mod. hse., dou ble garage. Ph. 3373W. FOR SALE--Close in mod. 7 roon home; arranged lor 2 families good cond., paved cor. lot, M. Mo'en Co., 818 S. Pros., I'hone 837 FOR SALE--5 rm. hse. Will take car as part payment. Kehm Lan Co. Ph. 827. FOR SALE--4 rm. hse. Ph. 2667. Farms for Sale 51 FOR FARM--Bargains see T. W Gllpin, Northwood, Iowa. FOR SALE--Small well improve' farm, Idenl location, west of cltj Will trade for city property. M. M Moon Co., 818 S. President, Ph. 837 FOR SALE 320 acres in high fitato of cultiva tlon. Good Improvements. Electri lights. Priced to sell. $40 an acre. See T. W. GILPIN Northwood Iowa OR SALE--Medium sized steel safe In perfect condition. Write D-22, GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Household Goods 73 AUCTION Entire stock of furniture and stoves. FRIDAY, FEB. 28 and SATURDAY, FEB. 21 2 P. M. and 7 P. M. Schulman Furniture Co. 205 N. FEDERAL, 'OR SALE--15 gal. aquarium with standard. 726 1 S. W. 2896W. "OR SALE--Buildings B'xlS' and 7' high Ideal for chicken houses, irooder houses, tourist camps, etc. .Vrite J-19, Globe-Gazette, FOR SALE--New 250 egg Wisconsin Hot Water Incubator and 300 Chick Brooder House. JOHN WOOD, 823 S. President 'OR SALE--Ensilage. Ph. 18F-31, Clear Lake. 'OR BALE--Good baled straw. F. P. Walker, Clear Lake. Ph. 12. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18/jx21 2c EACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, 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, FOK SAI^E 7 tube radio and table; flay bed; oak dining room suite; 10 unfronicd mirrors, assorted sizes, 8 It. i 4 It. to 1x2; at 102B 3rd ST. S. W. YH. 2548J Oak sideboard; brass bed, complete. OVER I G A Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Used turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard'a Jewelry. WANTED--To buy from owner 120 A. to 260 A. farm. Write N-21, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--4 and 6 lu. SPUING CHICKENS--9o a Pound. MASON CITY POULTUV STOUE BIO S. Federal Phone 1004 WANTED--To buy 5 rm. bung. Must be reasonably priced. 1218W. WANTED TO BUY--MOTORCYCLE State price and model. Write R-22, GLOKE-GAZETTE WANTED--To buy elcc. refrigerator. Ph. 1126. BRING Your furn., stoves, shoes, clothes, highest prices paid. B. O. Exchange, 1408 N. Fed. Ph. 1216. Trade in your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a ncxv pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831. FOR SALE--Scandia egg ?7. Ph. 409. Delivered price. City scale weight. Home Tovn Gas, Oil and Coal Co. Foods ASS SEED POTATOES WANT TO BUY USED CAH KeaonuMu L. F. ROGERS 6 Miles on Twelfth St. r E. WANTED--L alt e she re cottage for cash. Write Y-21, Globe-Gazette. WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Lapiner Motor Co. Wanted to Rent 76 WANT Acreages for several good reliable families. Call Mitchell, 2140. Wanted to Borrow 77 RED RIVER £l Early OHIOS iJl. Special discount 5 nr 100 ua. i/O SACK sackfi or more. RURAL NEW YORKERS 100 Ib. Sack $2.00. Extra fine seed. IDAHO RUSSET No. 1's--$2.BO Per 300 Hi. Sack No. 3's--§2.25 Per 100 Ib. Sock FINE APPLES By box or basket. Get our prices. All Uinds of FRUIT AND VEGETABLES GERK'S MARKET Mnln St. Clear Lake, Io\vn FOU SALE Potatoes, bug $145 Apples, ring packed, basket ..IJ1.S5 Carrots, bushel 78c Cabbage, 10 Ibs 25o Popcorn, 6 Ibs 25c EARLS FRUIT MARKET 1509 South Federal Avenue Also at Nora Sprlng» Will bo moved to our new location by Monday at 1603 South Feilcral FOR SALE--Bargains, 1 six 80 acre farms in a high state of cultivation, well improved. See T. W. Gilpin, North wood, Iowa. FOR SALE--3 acres improved close in, ?3,000; 8 acres improved 52100; 6 acres Improved $3100; 15 acres good improvements, $4500. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827. Livestock lor Sale 52 FOR SALE--16 head corn fed yearling cattle, two roan Shorthorn bulls, one black Poland China boar. H. Petersburg, Joice, Iowa. FOR SALE--High Grade Red DUROC BROOD SOWS ALBERT BOEHNKE S'/S Allies Northeast of Gamer FOR SALE--Four good registered milking Shorthorn cows, 3 year olds. Write K-19, Globe-Gazette. Here's a Chance for you to Inflate Your Dollar Prices good Friday, Saturday and Sunday--Cash Only. OATMEAL, Jack Sprat, largo package.. EGGS, Strictly Fresh, Dozen COFFEE, Folgcr's, Ih BUTTER, finest grade, Ib SALMON, Jack Sprat, Red, 25c grade, ran · · *· BREAD, toaf COFFEE, Extra Good, Ib. 14c 30c 26c Fancy 19c . 4c 19c DILLON'S GROCERY 810 S. Federal Avenue Phone 2313 WANTED--Loan of $3,000 on V60 acres. All tiled. Write Z-21, Globe* Gazette. CEDAR RAPIDS TO SPEND $590,000 IN SCHOOL PLANT In Addition to City Receiving $170,000 in Public Works Funds. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 22.--New high school facilities, under consideration here for many years until tax reduction sentiment shunted all building proposals into the discard, will become an actuality in Cedar Rapids within a year as a direct result ot PWA's arrival on the American scene. Instead of two new high school buildings to house Grant students on the west side of the city and Washington students on the east fide, the board of education has adopted a program which will convert the four junior high school buildings into as many six year high schools, housing all grades from seventh to twelfth, at a total cost of $753,741. Will Save Money. The change In plan will save the school district from ?500,000 to 51,000,000 and will provide what in the opinion of Supt. Arthur C. Deamer will be a superior educational system. This is clue to the fact that the four junior high buildings have been built within the last 10 years and are equipped with gymnasiums, auditoriums, cafeterias and other expensive features which are not used to capacity. Their duplication In new high school buildings would be the most costly part of such an undertaking, board of education members decided. Also, the six-year high school plan means that no real estate need be p u r - c'.iased as the junior high grounds are sufficient to accomodate the necessary additions. Other advantages cited are that the enlarged buildings, located in f o u r corners of the city, will be within walking distance of all students; there will be closer integration of junior and senior high school courses, and more efficient management can IM achieved in four buildings than In six. Building Inadequate. Present high school facilities consist ot an ancient structure in the east side business district which has been added to and remodelled numerous times during a period of more than 50 years and a smaller building on the west side which was originally constructed to serve as an Industrial school. A growing west side population resulted In convcrt- Transients at Iowa Relief Centers Get 1,900 Meals Daily DES MOINES, Feb. 22. LPi-- Transients at the four Iowa relief centers and at county relief places arc receiving more than 1,000 meals dally, Edwin C. Parker, Iowa director of transient relief, said today. Six hundred men obtain lodging nightly at the relief centers, he sold. The largest number of men are being' cared for at Des JMoines, where 692 meals were served and 236 beds were provided on Feb. 17. Figures for other centers on that date were: Charles City, 36 meals. 12 beds; Davenport, 507 meals, 182 beds; Sioux City, 220 meals, 100 beds; counties 468 meals, 151 beds. Here and There Autos for Sale 79 1931 CHEVROLETS THE MOST POPULAR USED CAR ON THE MARKET TODAY. COME IN AND SEE OUR SELECTION Special Do Luxe 8 Wire Wheel Sedan. Looltn newish. 5 Passenger Victoria Coupe. Nice finish and upholstering. De Luxe Sport Coupe. 8 wire wheels. Rumhle scat. Good tires. Huns perfect. Stamlard Coach. Completely reconditioned. An exceptional hiiy. S R Chevrolet Company, line. FOR SALE--1928 Chev. coach, good shape, right price. Ph. 2438LJ. FOR SALE -- 108Z CHEVROLET SEDAN; original tires. Not run since October. Cleanest car In town. Phone 3482W Always Quality Used Cars 11)27 Clirv. I t u n truck, E oul, $nft Whippet Ocmr.h, r l m n . . . . S 7 5 1031 Chevrolet Coni-hj \n-rtrct. 1D32 My. P. It. S e d u n j like new. 102!) C'tirv. IVi Tun Tmi-U; a buy. Hre un hftnrr lir!yjit£. MARSTON'S 44 ninck E. of Hnnfiml. 1'ti. IB* Offices for Rent 63 Desirable suite of f r o n t office rooms. Good light, heat furnished. Reasonable rental. Possession Immediately. Inquire Business Manager H Globe-Gazetto Phono 3800 Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Herrlck ice box, 75 Ib. capacity. Ph. 1885. FOR SALE--Furn. 1408 N. Fed. FOR SALE:--Household goods, reasonable price. 323 First N. E. FOR SALE--Sewing machine, bed, complete, radio, dresaer. Ph. 2168. Used Car Cents We. are nearinp the end of another month with New Car deliveries vei _, slow. This means less Used Cars on the market, which there | Is a shortage, right now. It isn't local, it's n national H shortage. HUPMOBILE Sales and Service Phone 488, 10 Fourth N. E. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International !',£ ton 136 in. wheelbase, dual tires, reconditioned. International Motor Trucks. LEGAL NOTICE JHIMJEH'S NOTICE Bohnlnjf nna Company, Belcnond, Tov;a, atock ot merchandise will be aoM at prlv-Ate Bale Tueadny. Feb. 27. at 2 P. M. Tfrran Cft»ft. Fixtures lor nnle are n a f e , Dayton computing Bcalea. a r t n J n K machine,- abow case* and other display f i x t u r e s A. C. HANSON, AMlxner. Ruttermaher Is Rchlrcd. RAKE}--The board of directors of Lincoln co-op creamery rehlrcd for the coming year L. B. Cash as but- termaker and Marvin Okland as assistant. ing the latter in to a high school to serve that section. It ban since become inadequate to House tne west side students, and the east side building has been condemned as a fire trap. The board of education "was prompted in devising the less expensive replacement program by the offer of the public works administration to donate 30 per cent of the coat of labor and materials to worthy construction projects. I t w a a apparent that construction would be necessary within a few years; costs appeared likely to go up; and if the necessary building were put off federal f u n d s would not be available. Called Election. As a result of these conclusions the board called a special election and asked authority to issue $590,000 In bonds to finance the font- additions. The proposition carried Oct. 25, 3,759 to 2,320. Application was made to the federal government for a 30 per cent grant and $170,000 was allowed. Bids were taken and contract awards recommended to the PWA. The PWA recently announced that it approved the board's recommendations luid authorized starting of construction. Meanwhile the board filed an additional application for a loan of $590,000 at 4 per cent, but temporary lack of funds caused the PWA to reject the request. The board promptly offered Its bonds at public sale at the same interest rate. Application was then made for an increase in the grant to cover 30 per cent of all construction costs, permissible under a recent ruling of the PWA. This request was filed only recently, and no answer has been received, but the bonrd plans to award the construction contracts without waiting for a reply. To Be Abandoned. The new educational system will not become operative until September of 3935, although construction will probably be completed several months before that time. Equipment of the present high schooln wiil be transferred to the new additions, saving considerable expense. Both of the old buildings will be abandoned for high school p u r poses. It in planned to use the Grant building for administrative and storage purposes. The Washington building, an historic landmark, stands on one of the most valuable real estate sites in the city, and the board expects to rli.fpose of the property advantageously. Ohe development of the new program will be realignment of athletic teams. Washington's proud athletic history, which included national football fame in the days of Leo Novak, will end. Instead of two high school teams In the various sports there will be four, each with a smaller constituency from which to draw. On the other hand there will be increased rivalry within the city. This feature has brought both criticism and praise. It became perhaps the most i m p o r t a n t issue when the bond election wan held. Held at Reformed Church. ALEXANDER--The funeral of Mrs. Ed Wilkins of near Latlmer was held at the Reformed church. Services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Frerich and burial wns made in Alexander cemetery. See Auto Show. LELAND--Otto ^lolte and Laurence Thompson, managers of local garages and Sylvan Hugelen, manager of Hugelen Repair Service, went to Des Moines Wednesday morning to attend an automobile show. Arrives From MinncupoMti. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Holland and daughter, Doris nud Bernlce Holland of Minneapolis, came Wednesday to attend the funeral of their nephew, Norman Holland. Lenten Services Held. LATIMER--Lenten services are being held at St. Paul's Lutheran church every Sunday morning, including English service, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, 10:30 a. m., services iu the German language 0:30 «.. m. The Rev. E. H. Grummen is pastor. Arrives from EudCrllll. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. A. N. Hofland arrived from Endcrlln, N. D a l e , to visit her sister, Mrs. Osmund Olson, who is ill. Visits In Mtnneuiiolis. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. F. A. French left the first of this week to spend several days with her father, William Thomas in Minneapolis. Hostess to Faculty. THOMPSON--Mrs. Alice Shuttel- worth was hostess to the women of the school faculty and other [fiends at a dinner at her home Wednesday evening, followed by bridge. Gospel Services HcM. LEDYARD--Gospel services arc being held at the Evangelical church in Leciyavd every evening. The meetings are being conducted by the Rev. T. Peterson and the Rev. II. Gordon. Children Aru VaccSnaU 1 *!. DOUGHERTY--A large number of tho school chiUlreei are being vac- NEW DEAL HERE, SAYS KAUFFMAN Head of Iowa Bankers Notes Great Improvement in Conditions. BURLINGTON, Feb. 22. f.T--De- claring that bank recovery from tlie depression had to take the form of complete bankruptcy and a new start or the aplication of artificial stimulants B. F. ICaiiffman, Des Moines. president of the Town Bankers association told a group of 11 bankers In session here today that the "new deal is definitely here" and has assisted in a vast improvement In bunking conditions. Ho said that there Is plenty of money available for expanding 1 necessities, announced there is no need for flat currency and does noi. expect it and expressed the opinion lhat "our money has ample gold backing" and "the kind o£ credit I n f l a t i o n now hero will continue." He added that the money program appears safe at this time. D. W. Bates, Den Moines, stata miperiulemlent of bunking;, declared the banking situation hi Iowa is greatly Improved and expressed thii opinion that the federal deposit insurance law should be amended to extend the temporary provisions until at least Jan. 1, 1935, and thai, the amount covered by permanent Insurance «hn\ild not exceed $5,000. He said that banks must start loaning money to legitimate channels of trade or the recovery program will be materially retarded. M o r t i c i a n s Hold Mrc-tinu. KMMETSBURG, Feb. 22--A meoi Ing ot undertakers from five counties was to be held nt the Way erly hotel in Emmotsburg Wednesday with about 30 morticians expected to attend. A. similar meeting was held in Algona at the Algoim. hotel last week. Counties represented Include lOmmet, Kosauth. 1 [umboldt, PocahontnH and Palo Alto. clnated ngolnst smallpox. There air a couple cases in town. 100 Attend Shower. CLARKSVILLE--A company of TOO attended n. prenuptial Tnlscel- lanous shower in honor of Miss Delight Hahn of Clarksville who is soon to wed Lester Dahtstrom of Horton. The affair was sponsored by the Unity LudicH Aid and was held at the farm home of hcv brother, ISrnest Hnhn, Jr. Return From Shcnandimh. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Earmu'l Dohrmnn returned home from a viait with relatives in Shcnandonh, Mr. Dohrmnn soid his farm north of town a few weeks ago. Since then he- was decided to still livo near Lall- mer and has rented the same farm for an indefinite length of time. Arrives From lied IVIllg. CARPENTER--Mrs. F.mle Olesou of Red Wing', arrived, being called here by the death of her father, Edwin Gilbortson. ACROSS I--ftcKurdlflK: 3--Near 5--Urblum (ullbr.) 7--Post office ialitir.) 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M~Musical nolc 3;·--To w i t h I!K- siftn or Hi* ITiHIS M -- H i r u r i i i R M .M -- W u i - i l i l e s B le.-nlritt 37--The I Hun E i i K l c 40-- OlU: (Seal.) *---I-'e/nnlo hop 43--Tiinljilmn tiM,r.) !'"--AccnmpIUh A n i w e r lo prcviout puitla

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