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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JANUARY 30 SEVENTEEN CLASSIFIED AD I* ft** OPPORTUNITY / Death Notices 1 BRECKENRIDGE, Amanda, 59, died at a local hospital Thursday morning at 11 o'clock following an Illness of about a month. Funeral services had not been arranged Thursday. The Patterson 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 Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. PAPANTONOPOULOS, George. 63, died at his home, 622 Monroe avenue northwest, at 9:20 o'clock Wednesday evening following a lingering illness. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Thursday. The Meyer funeral home in charge. i Funeral Directors McAITLEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 4 651. 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. Ph. 511. C E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Salesmen 35 I MEN Wanted for Rawleigh routes ! FOR RENT- of 800 families in East Floyd, Winneshiek, West Blackhawlc counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hustler should start earning $23 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dept. IAA-380-3, Freeport, HI. Houses For Rent 46 ·Mod. bungalow. 86' Lots For Sole 48 FOR RENT--fi rm. bungalow comer of 38th and Mass. S. E. Ph. 940 after 6 p. m. Call 3241W. 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. 51,100 cash buys a well established store in county seat town near Mason City. No trade. Write X-27, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor. Ph. 2667. FOR SALE--Produce and feed business. County seat town. Established 7 yrs. Owner' has other interests. Write S-30. Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Barber shop fully equipped. Mason City, good location. Inq. Mier Wolf Sons. Help Wanted, Male 32 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 MARRIED Man wants job on farm. Write Y-28, Globe-Gazette. ' FOR RENT--2 rm. house. 2163-W. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. 1527 N. Del. Ph. 301. 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. M14 N. Virginia. Ph. 441. FOR RENT--6 rm. bungalow near Monroe school. Ph. 999. FOR RENT--5 rm. house, Forest Park. Inq. 1206 W. State. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--Small home, leaving town. Ph. S67. Board, Room 49 ROOM and board. 711 9 N. W. Ph. 2969J. Farms For Sale 50 CAPABLE girl, 23, wants housework. Write R-30, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 RMS. PAPERED, 52 and up. 2163W. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Kemble's. Ph. 55. Lost and Found _ _ _ . .«~*~~«~--~-~--^---^ LOST--Black and white terrier puppy. Ph. 3388. Reward. FOUND-- J ,« barrel oil. Ph. 709. Money to Loan 8 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 li N. Federal Have Financial Worries? Then see us lor an easy way to borrow on your personal security. United Financial Service 8 1st St. N. W. Fhone 1414 Swap Service 38 SWAP--Good 240 egg incubator for good engine. Write AA-29, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Two Letz burr mills for livestock or what have you? Write JJ-29. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Hardware stock and bldg. 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. FOR SALE Improved 80 acre farm located on main gravel road in Hancock county, Iowa. Lays nice and is all tiled and can all be cropped. Taxes $65 per year. Price $75 per acre. Possession March 1, 1936. GEO. P. NEWMAN Clear Lake Iowa MR. BONUS MAN! CONSIDER that you can buy a home for less than you can build. CONSIDER that there will be a certain advance in the spring. CONSIDER that terms can be had. CONSIDER, corne what may, you must live in a home. CONSIDER you can contract NOW and make first payment when bonus money is ready. CONSIDER that we can show you many with no obligation. W. L. PATTON -- 109 E. State Autos for Sale 79, Autos for Sale 79 And your old car will buy any of these cars, no matter if you I have a Model T Touring or any 3ther old car, whether you think it has any value or not, just so it is a complete automobile. FOR SALE--140 A. on No. 65: SO A.; 100 A. Possession March 1st. Kehm Land Co. Ph. 827. FOR SALE--Farm 160 A. N. W. of Mason City, IS mi., good bldgs., and soil. Can give possession next fall. $125 an acre. 510,000 down. Address Box 212, Garner, Iowa. This offer is good for the balance of this week only. Remember, $75.00 and your old car will buy one of these cars. New Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Feeding hogs and some goats that will freshen soon. Ph. 2039. 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. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--American brown Spaniel puppies, 55 each. L. E. Trees, Britt, Iowa. Sale or Trade ASS OFFERED FOR MASON CITY RESIDENCE 5-rm. mod. bungalow, Northfield, Minn, 5-rm. mod. bungalow, Minneapolis. 6-rm. mod. house, Des Moines. 8-rm. mod. house, Nevada, Iowa. 6-rm. mod. house, Britt, Iowa. 5-rm. mod. bungalow, Fort Dodge. A. M. SCHANKE COMPANY Mason City, Iowa Phone 1300 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Thoroughbred Springer Spaniel pups, cheap. 825 S. Fed. Misc. For Sole 55 ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on stoves, overcoats, rubbers, overshoes, yarn, gloves 13c pr., 2 pr. 25c. B O. Exchange. 140S N. Fed. FOR SALE--2 1935 Chevrolet semi- trailers. Ph. 2942. license not required on cars traded in. J E W E L L MOTORS FOR A USED CAR BARGAIN LQOK THESE OVER 1934 Plymouth Sedan. Just like new $425 Two 1934 Chevrolet Sedans. Master models $395 1932 De Soto Sedan. Heater ..5325 1931 Dodge Sedan. Six wire wheels $2SO 1932 Willys Sedan. New paint $225 3932 Chrysler Coupe. Rumble seat. Heater. Six wheels 5335 1930 Buick Sedan. Good shape ?250 .1932 Chev. Tudor. New tires ..5335 3930 Ford Coach. New paint . ..fl»5 192T Chev. Coach. Clean ? 65 MANY MORE PRICED TO SELL Do Not Fail to Look at These Before You Buy. 10 FOURTH NORTHEAST Formerly The Hupmobile Garage Your old car is good for the down payment. Balance on easy weekly or monthly payments. Come in and See For Yourself. Open Evenings. WHITE ELEPHANTS SELLING OUT n h. p. GE motor. 1,750 rpm's. Good as new. Here's a buy $15 Buys any of the following cars: These cars are thoroughly checked over and have good | brakes, good tires, good batter- es and lights. Completely serviced for winter driving. New Meadows electric pressing machine. Cost $99. Only S25 M O N E Y F O R A L L P D 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 TOTAL COST FOR A $50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 321-lst Nafl. Bank. LOANS to $300.00 Trade or Exchange 42 WILL TRADE 5 rm. mod. bungalow Forest Park for 6 or 7 rm. mod, house. Ph. 3541 or 333. Silver Marshall special radio. Cost $150. Complete. Only $10 Individual battery charger S3 Hobart upright air compressor. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Small rm. with studio couch. Close in. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT--Large room Close in. 19 4th N. W. for 2. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. Aprs, for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Two 3-rm. apts. Un- furn. Inq. Mier Wolf Sons. FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. apt. 9 S. Monroe. Ph. 2712. ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS I'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--l'/j%--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 City, Iowa Optometrists A15 FOR STYLE in Glasses see Dr. Knut.oon, Opt. Weir Bldg., Service, price pleasing. I FOR RENT Attractive 5-room unfurnished apartment. Close in, A. M. Schanke Co. Telephone 1300 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B- Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--First floor 2 rm. apt. 20 4 N. W. Ph. 1460J. FOR RENT--Three room unfurn. apt. 15301-i N. Mad., $12.50. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--Nice, xmfurn. 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 larsje rrns. a.nd bath glassed in porch, running soft water, hot and cold, steady oil burn cr heat. No children. 319 1st S. E. Houses For Rent 46 HOUSES FOR RENT Modern 8 room house located at 1014 North Delaware Ave. S30.00 per month. Partly modern house at 427 Fourth Street N. E. 5 rooms. 518.00 per month. Modern 8 room house at 502 Fourth Street N. E. S22.50 per month. 4 Room Partly modern apartment at 409 Fourth St.. S. W. .$12.00 per month. BECK BROS. CO. Phone 134. Shop size jack. Weaver 3 wheel. Weaver headlight testing machine. =i--White Mule auto tow bars 515 TO steel trunks as low as ?2 N"ear new d u m p box. Here's a steal. ialvacized pipe. %"-!". Save 4 auto radios. Near new. Save 65% New Dodge pts. up to '29. Save New Save Hudson and Essex parts. ,60r 40 new truck tires at 30% off list Fordson tractor. Sold to us in good shape. Will trade for car or what? Brand new 1933-34 Terraplane mtr. assembly. L»t us trade with you 1929 Hudson sedan body. 122" w.b. '33 D. L. Plymouth chassis, wheels Steam radiation. All types. Big svgs. Washrm., bathrm. fixtures. Save $S 40 horse electric motor. Must sell Todd check writer. Good See it. Kardex filing cabinets. Not letters 700 used tires. Any size 50c and up SEE SAM RICHER LAPINER MOTOR CO. Ma.?on City, Iowa Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Cadwell Transfer Stor* age Co. 303 8th S. W. '30 Ford Model A Chassis. '29 Chevrolet Londau, Refinished. '28 Pontioc Sedan. Dandy. '29 Dodge Std. 6 Sedan. '28 Chevrolet Coupe. '29 Ford A Tudors (2) Your choice. '29 Whippet 4 Cylinder Sedan. '29 Essex Challenger Coach. '30 Whippet 6 Sedan. '30 Chevrolet 1 Vi-ton Truck. '30 Ford Dual Wheel Truck. Don't let the roads or weather stop you from trading. If you can't get your old car started or it won't run, bring in your license transfer. We can get the old car later. Good for 3 more days only. '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. We also have a few cheaper cars left for your old cor and LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS Chevrolet Six Coach. New appear ance. Kari Keen t r u n k $1H! Dodge Fordor Sedan. '36 license Fine tires. Motor perfect. Only $12; P,uick Std. Six Fordor Sedan. Low mileage. Pft. motor. New tires $125 Pontiac De Luxe Fordor Sedan. 25. 000 miles. 1 owner. '36 lie. Only $14 Dodge 6 Fordor Sedan. Leather up hoi. Exc. tires. '36 lie. Good eng. $9 Essex Super Six Forrior Sed. Trk Very cl'n. 1 owner. Worth more. $9 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation ond Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 61 Clear Lake Briefs Mitchell the Radio Man. Ph. 28. Mrs. O. P. Hawyer is confined to er home with a fractured arm vhich she received in a fall at her home last week. Mr. Hawyer is also seriously ill. Donu While, accompanied by his . .ster-in-law, Ruth Whitney, planned to leave Thursday for Pontiac, Mich. Miss Whitney will care for he' Whites' infant daughter while ·Ira. White remains for a week's isit with her mother, Mrs. Eugene Vhitncy, North Second street. Alonzo Whitney, Pontiac, will also emain for one week with his moth- ir, death of his father. having been called here by the If it quick wish loan will solve ·our money problem see Ccrro Sordo Loan Investment Co. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. H. Schnfield, West Second street, moved to Crete, Nebr., this week. Their two sons remained here where they are work- ng in grocery stores. Cash loans, repay in small monthly installments. Cerro Gordo Loan Investment Co. John Bohnlii); and Frank Haijsman made a business t r i p to Des Moines this week to attend the state grain dealers' convention. An eipht pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cobb at their lome on South East street Monday. The child lived only a few hours. Drama Group I n i t i a t e s 14 a t M e e t i n g Sponsor and Members Give Talks Welcoming New Group. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. .10.--Fourteen new members were initiated in the Golden Masque drama club Wednesday night at the high school. Members were selected from the junior and senior classes. Miss Myrtle Oulman, sponsor of the organization, gave a short talk concerning the moaning and aims of the organization. Miss Netha Carr, president, welcomed the new- group. Miss Maxine Fox spoke in behalf of the old members of the organization and Allen Stcils spoke representing the new members. membership at The group given this time includes: Bill Kennedy, Model A Fordor Sed. New fin. Good tires. Pft. motor. Very clean §185 Pontiac 6 Tudor Sed. New tires. Hot water htr. '36 lie. Pft. car $195 ·15 OTHERS All types and description. Remember, we do our own financing and give terms to suit the buyer. LAPINER MOTOR CO. TheWINTERMART AT THE FAIRGROUNDS Any Price Car You Want. About ISO to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rates. Entrance Just West ot Federal on Nineteenth Street. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON FOR SALE--Model A Ford coach. Good cond. Cheap. 222 1st S. E. Lodges and Societies I. O. O. F. I.OnCK NO. !H 1Z'/, E. STATE . . rllO.NES 3I44-IV-SM4.1 1st Decree TUP."- n i l * . Feb. ·*· Heeling every Tuesday T.30 P. M. J. C. ROBINSOX, N. G. Ph. S2S W A YUAN CLOSSON Ttec. sec.'y. 3167. K. J. PIKE. Fin. Sec'y. Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Prices pain 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 Rent 76 WANTED TO RENT--3 or 4 rm. furn. apt. North end, Pfo, 3593. If you don't believe it, come and see for yourself. S. and "NORTH IOWA'S LEADING AUTOMOBILE DEALER" LOVAL ORDER OF MOOSE MOOSE HALL--2ND AXI S. FEDERAL Phone 1275 Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Every 4tb Tuesday is family niRht. W. P- CHAMBKP.LAIN. DIC- 1aior. 2. r )IO S. Feder.i!. WILLIAM GROTH. Sec'y. I'hone 303SVS' UKNEVOLKXCK l.ODfiK NO. 140 A. P. A.SD A. M.---:30 I'. M. S l a t e d fomrminicaUon first Thursday of each month. G. I- WOOD, W. X. C. P. SHiPLEY. Sec'y. HARllTNfl J.onr.E NO. 619 A. F. A N D A. M. 7:30 F. M. Slated m e r l i n s f | r s t Friday cf each month. L. L, R A Y M O N D , \V. K. C. C. HALrmOE, Sec'y. ROYAL NKIOIIBORS OF AMERICA .MOOSE HALL Camii mcels 2nd and 4lh Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 f. M. MARGAr.KT JOHNSON. Oracle. KAY Brn\YO!'.TH, Rec. Phono ]372\V URGES LAWS ON "LITTLE RIVERS" Roosevelt Asks Congress for Plan of State-Federal Co-Operalion. WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. (/Pi-President Roosevelt recommended today that congress define principles for federal-state co-operation in dealing with soil and flood problems originating in "little rivers." In transmitting to the capitol a report of the national resources committee entitled "Little Waters: A Study of Headwater Streams and Other Little Walters: Their Use and Relations to the Land," Mr. Roosevelt said in a message: "The report points out that we can have no effective national policy in those matters, nor in the closely related matter of proper land uses, u n t i l we t r a c e this running water back to its u l t i m a t e sources and find means of controlling it and using it. Start: in Small \Viiy. "Our disastrous floods, x x x our major problems of erosion x x x originate in a small way in a m u l t i t u d e of farms, ranches and pastures, x x We must have literally a pla.n which envisages he problem as it is pre sented in every f a r m , every pasture, every wood lot, every acre of the public domain. "The congress could not for late, nor could the executive carry out the details of such a plan, even though such a procedure were desirable and possible under our form of government. "We can, however, lay down certain simple principles and devise means by which the federal government can co-operate in the common interest with the states and with such interstate agencies as may be established. Congress to Decide. "It is for congress to decide upon the proper means. Our objective must be so to manag'e the physical use of the land that we will not only maintain soil fertility but will hand on to the next generation a country with better productive power and a greater permanency of land use than the one we inherited from the previous generation. "The opportunity is as vast as is j the danger. I hope and believe t h a t j the congress will take advantage of it, and in such a way as to command the enthusiastic support of [ the states and of the whole public." | Program Advocated. The report advocated this program to supplement state and local effort to control small streams: I Extension and co-ordination of j the work of federal agencies with | local officials and "planning and di- j recting local programs." I "Establishing a permanent sys-1 tem of contributions to local pro- | jects." j "Legislation which would facili- I tale the organization of small com- j m u n i t y districts or authorities | whose physical characteristics indicate the necessity of an interstate conservation area." The need for state action, including subsidies, was stressed. Autos for Sale 3932 STUDEBAKER SIX COUPE New tires, like new all over. New car guarantee. $100 down, $25 per month. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 722 S. Federal Wayne Wood, Vivian Coyier, Howard Ross, Louise Holt, Frank Sheehy, Junior Fredricksen. Mclva Jacobson, David Morse, Dean Brox, Margaret Hughes, Lloyd Lyons. Margaret Wolford and Allen Stcils. * * » O. D. O. OI.I'B G I V K S GIFT TO MRS. RULE Mrs. Virgil Rule, East Clnra street, entertained members of the O. D. 0. club at a luncheon at her home Wednesday afternoon. Valentine decorations were carried out. Five hundred was played during the afternoon with the prize for high score going to Mrs. Fred W. Peter, sen and consolation to Mrs. T. L. Scars. A gift was presented to Mrs. R u l e who will n February. move to Bellevuc Davis Tells Lions of Plans for Preserving Wild Game m Iowa CLEAR LAKE, J a n . 30.--F. H. Davis, assistant supervisor of game in 16 counties of Iowa, spoke before Lions club Wednesday noon at the Legion h a l l on wild game conditions in Iowa and some of the projects the conservation commission is now working on for preservation of game. He spoke of the large n u m b e r of pheasants found frozen to death in this v i c i n i t y by the extreme cold of last week. He reported that the pheasants in this vicinity did not appear to have starved to death, because they were fairly fat. Almost all of them showed an open m o u t h with a ball of ice or frozen snow inside which appears to have choked them to death. Special Session of Legion Is Planned CLEAR LAKE. Jan. 30.--A special meeting of the Stafford post of the American Legion will be he-Id at the clubrooms at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night, at which time Legionnaires will m a k e applications I for receiving their bonuses. Floyd \ Kimball, commander of the post, ' will give out the blanks and assist giving instructions for making them out. DANISH MASKED BALL A SUCCESS Prizes Arc Awarded For Best Costumes at Annual Affair. CLEAR LAKE. J a n . 30.--A crowd of more t h a n 500 persons attended the a n n u a l Danish Masquerade ball at t h e Surf ballroom Wednesday night. Persons from Mason City, Garner, Ventura. Crystal Lake, Clear Lake, Forest City. La timer, Brilt, Rockwell, Northworid and Ha.mplon were attracted here for the a f f a i r sponsored by the Danish Brotherhood lodge. A large group were Bayly costumed p a r t i c i p a t i n g in the grand march around the hall before the judges. Cash pri7.es wore awarded to the winners. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Flavin, Mason City, received first a w a i d s in the garb of a Spanish couple. Mrs. Flavin wore a flowing dress of black with the red trim. Was Queen of Night. Mrs. Chris Olson, Clear Lake, as Queen of N i g h t , placed second for women and Ben G r c i m a n of Garner won second for the men, wearing a cowboy o u t f i t . Arno Olsen. appearing in the garb of a Negro girl, won first place for women and Russell Meincke of Forest City took first for men. A number of other clever costumes were worn, among them being Vick Stanfield. as Santa Clans, and Mrs. Earl Lambert as St. Valentine, and Mr. Lambert in a clown suit of m a t c h i n g red and white, and a Dutch g'arb by a Garner man. Vildngs Played. The V i k i n g Accordion band played a variety of old Danish tunes for (lancing the old dances of northern Europe. Modern and square dances were also enjoyed. Judges were Sine Nelsen, Mrs. Ben Hall. Ventura; Bill Bailey. C. K. Hitlts, Clear Lake, and Mrs. C. Hagen. Crystal Lake. The committee in charge of the affair included John Eliascn, Chria Estergard and Anton Pelersen. May of Felicitation. The New York legislature unanimously adopted a resolution congratulating the president on his 54th birthday. Mr. Roosevelt no doubt will be glad to get all the non-controversial matters defined. -- New York Sun. AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "I don't care about sv/ell clothes, but some time before I die I want to dress up and have ever'thing new at once." There's a Good Show at the Park Theatre Tonight and Friday It's a Paramount Picture with GEORGE BURNS and GRACIE ALL-EX In "Here Comes Cookie" 3 ·.'); and IGo PRICES ON OLIVER TRACTORS ADVANCE FEB. 1. BE SURE AND PLACE YOUR ORDER BEFORE THAT DATE. QUEEN RERKKAII I.ODfiK NO. 106 . O. O. F. MALI/--7:31) T. M. s - s Meetings every fir.ct pnd third F r i d a y s ff m o n t h . P. N. n. A. m e e t s f i r s t Thurg- d a v a f t e r n o o n each month. MRS. iru n.nssON. N. o. 3i«7. MRS. WIN NKTTINi:. P.. S. SP6W. MRS. R. fi. KOLW1.NSKA. i: S. HSSJ. L A 5/ E THEATRE /\ S\ E Clear I,aU- T H U R S D A Y - F R I D A Y "MVTIXY OX THK BOUNTY" Also XPWS and Cartoon Xft Im'rrnsr in Prices ArlulK 2fic. Childrr-n I IK- SALES PAVILION Clear Lake, Iowa SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, '36 B*}rtiiiiiiiir n| I :(|0 I'. M. 80 HORSES AND COLTS I F A I R BLACK GKU)IN(;S. 5 AM) fi Y K A H S O1,T). \VT. 3200 1 PAIR. BRO\V\ OKI,OIXfiS, 8 Y K A R S OLD. W R I G H T 3»0l I P A I R G R A Y fiKLDI.NGS, !l Y K A R S OI,I, WEIGHT 2ROO I G R A Y M A R K , 7 Y K A R S OI.I). W K I G H T 1500 1 BLACK H A R K . X Y K A R S OI.I). WEIGHT 1500 1 P A I R 2 Y E A R OI.I) COI.TS, . M A R K AM) G K U M N G 1 G R A Y GKl.DIXG, 5 Y E A R S OI.I). W E I G H T 1 G R A Y ( i K l J ) l . N ( i . 4 Y K A R S OI.I), WEIGHT If.iO '." 1400 1 RAY SADDI.K HORSE, GOOD (i.MTKI), WEIGHT HUM) 1 SPOTTED SHETLAND .MARK, 2 Y K A R S OLD, WEIGHT C'OO Sovt'riil o t h e r good nuiirhcd pairs of ninrrs and ^HdiiiKs and single head of j;ood \vork horses and mares. Several kiili'r horses. Can use any k i n d of horses and nssnre eonsipiers o{ the highest M a r k e t Price! Will have a \\~isconsin buyer here for £ood horses. WE I N Y I T E YOl" TO A'JTEXD Ol K SALES Anyone H a v i n g M a c h i n e r y or Miscellaneous Articles for Sale, U r i n e in Saturday. Clear l.ake. lo\va Phone fill

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