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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 6, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 6 1936 NINETEEN THIS COLD WEATHER DOESN'T KEEP GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS FROM WORKING, AND IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR AD IN, JUST TELEPHONE IT ... 3800 Death Notices 1 RAYMOND, Porter B., 57, died suddenly at his home, 12 Eleventh street northeast, early Wednesday morning from an attack of heart disease. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with Frank Sheffler in charge. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. 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. 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. Florists FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers 13 available. Kemble's. Ph. 55. Lost and Pound LOST--5 keys and bottle opener on ring. ph. 1290W. Reward. Money to Loan AUTO LOANS R-E-F-I-N-A-N-C-I-N-G FEATURES OF OUR PLAN 1. Your car need not be clear. 2. Smaller payments -- more cash advanced. 3. Pay only for time you keep the money. 4. Loans on late models. . Bring along your registration certificate -- Quick service. Home Loan Finance Company 204 Forester's Building TOTAL COST FOR A ?50 LOAN For 5 Months. Other Amounts in Proportion Security Loan Co. Phone 412 321-lst Nat'l. Bank. 92c Per "Month TOTAL COST FOR 5100.00 LOAN Choose a Company where thrifty people come for loans. Exceptionally low rates. INDUSTRIAL CREDIT CORP. Over Penney's Phone 1521 H. W. Koeneke, Mgr. LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS lour 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. AUTO LOANS R-E-F-I-N-A-N-OI-N-G Payments reduced. No red tape -- No co-signers. Bring your registration certificate. OUT OF TOWN LOANS Made Everywhere. Humphrey Finance Co. Phone 27S 19 i N. Federal YOUR CAR Is the source of READY CASH. Need extra cash? Want to refinance? Will loan you up to $300. United Financial Service S.First St. N. W. Phono 1414 Real Estate Loans AS Property Owners Attention! Is your mortgage due? Do you expect to buy property? Are you going to build ? Consult us about our low rate mortgage loans on Mason City residential and business property. E. W. Clark Company 204 Foresters Building.' MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--i\'i%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense. Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHKPARD 502-508 Forcslers Bldg. Phono 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists A15 FOR STYLE in Glasses see Dr. Knutson, Opt. Weir Bldg., Service, price pleasing. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor. Ph. 2667. Help Wonted, with Inv. 30 SALESMANAGER -- This state earns upwards $500 per mo. Fast selling- machine, no competition, small finance needed. Berkins Co. 4412 Garfield Ave., Minneapolis. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED -- Girl for housework. Call 312 2 N. W. WANTED--Married woman or lady for clerk. Limited wage. Write V-6, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Exp. hardware man to take charge of department with large organization. State personal history and experience. Write J-5, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. paint man to take charge of department with large organization. State personal history and experience, -Write K-5, Globe- Gazette. SHINE UP YOUR SHOES STICK OUT YOUR CHIN If you are active, ambitious, have enough foresight to realize that you are wasting your life, stagnating yourself in poorly paid jobs or on relief rolls--and have a genuine desire to get into the electrical industry with permanency, good pay. al- vanced commission, bonus and definite promotion possibilities--then shine up your shoes, stick out your chin, and come in for a heart to heart talk with Special Factory Representative, 9-9:30 a. m. Friday at Eadmar Hotel. WANTED--Exp. man to take charge of shoe and men's furnishing departments with large organization. State personal history and experience. Write M-5, Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Steady work on farm by single man. References. Write K-6, Globe-Gazette. MARRIED man wants job on farm. Ray Fatten, Rockwell, Iowa. Services Offered A3 3 SEEDCORSTESTED" Ear test with incubator trays. Also limited amount both white and yellow tested seed for sale. Reasonable. R. 0. Roberts 310 1st N. E. Salesmen 35 MEN Wanted for Rawieigh routes of 800 families in East Floyd, Winneshiek, West Biackhawk counties and Clear Lake. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawieigh, Dept. IAA-SSO-S, Freeport, .HI. WANTED--Salesmen to sell automotive parts to dealers trade. Write fully. State kind of car you own. Write W-S, Globe-Gazette. ' Swop Service 38 SWAP--Carpenter or any kind of work for pig to butcher. Write ZZ-6. Globe-Gazette. Three times or less oifering 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--One Smalley recutter for livestock or what have you? Write LL-4, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--2 unit McCormick Deering Milking machine, excellent condition, 32 volt motor, complete with piping, also quantity of milk cans for livestock or grain. Write RR-5, care of Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Good sheep lined coat for antique table or chest of drawers. Write YY-5, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--House at 525 N. Mass. Inq. at 322 N. Wash. SWAP--City lots, nicely located for milk cows, Guernseys preferred. Write OO-Ci. Globe-Gazette. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Wanted to Rent 76 FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. Heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Small furn., first 11. apt., pri. ect., garage. 712 N. Mad. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. For Rent--Apt. or rm. 306 W. State. FOR RENT--Mod. 1st. floor apt. Adults only. 103 N. Penn. FOR RENT--Rm. and kitchenette, and one 2 rm. apt. Phone 2051. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. Ph. 1255. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--Modern 8 room house newly refinished, now ready. 2 blocks from P. O. 410 N. Penn. Come and see it or call 2104. FOR RENT--House at 517 S. Wash, Ph. 940 or after 6, 3241W. 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 8 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--3 rm. furn. house. 1527 N. Del. Ph. 301. FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow. 2477. FOR RENT--6 rm. strictly mod. house. 1414 N. Virginia. Ph.-441. Houses For Sole 47 Yes, Mr. Bonus Man! xou're in on this one, provided you're prompt. 3 room. 1 :, main floor, 3 and bath up. Oak floors. College Add. $2,500.00 W. L. PATTON 109 E. STATE Farms For Sale 50 FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. REAL BARGAIN 155 acres, all tillable, good black soil. Highly improved. 9 room house, furnace heat. Fine dairy barn, silo and other outbuildings. Price $75 per acre. Loan $7,000 at SVi'/c. Possession March 1st. Close to school and small town. Northwood T. W. GILPIN Iowa Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries for mating and singers. Rm. 230, Adams Bl. Misc. For Sole 55 FOR SALE--Factory built grain box, 7x9. 903 S. 4th, Clear Lake. Musical Instruments 58 BABY GRAND PIANO Cable make, slightly used but like new. Also small upright piano, excellent condition. Rented only a few months. Big factory discount for cash or will give terms to suit. VANCE MUSIC CO. Mason City, Iowa Office Equipment 64 FOR SALE--Burroughs elec. adding machine. Cheap. Ph. 318. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Used furniture on display at Csdwell Transfer Storage Co. 303 8th S. W. FOR SALE--A Kitchen Cabinet. 1111 N. Carolina. FOR SALE--Electrolux vacuum cleaner, slightly used with all at- I tachments. Will sell at big discount. Ph. 2750. Mr. Paulson. Sole or Trade A3 8 FOR SALE OR TRADE--For lot, Studebaker sedan, excellent condition. Ph. 457. Bull Paint Shon. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 128 3 N. W. For Rent--Slpg. rm. 812 1st N. W. FOR RENT--Warm slpg. rm. in pri. home, reasonably priced board if desired. 1004 N. Fed. 18S8J. FOR RENT--Big heated front room S10 per month. 18 14 St. N. E. FOR RENT--2 furn. or ur/furn. light hskpg. rms. 622 N. Jeff. FOR RENT--Room, close in. gentleman preferred. Call evenings. 23S1W. 112 N. Georgia. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Nicely furn. small apt. for 1 or 2. Private ent. 2243. FOR SALE --- Furniture, stoves, shoes, clothes, rubbers, overshoes, yarn, gloves, tire chains at reduced Prices. B. O. Exch., 1408 N. Fed. Household Goods 73 FOR SACRIFICE SALE--Household and office furniture. Ph. 1055. Wonted to Buy 75 WANTED--Good T or '29 A Ford. Ph. 29F12, Mason City. WILL Pay cash for used typewriter. Must be in excellent cond. Write B-5. Globe-Gazette. HIGHEST Prices paid for killer horses. PS. 2731R2. WANTED--Used furniture, Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. Wanted Misc. A75 WANTED--To communicate with boarding kennels for hunting dogs. State prices. Write R-6. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent SO A. to 160 A. farm. Equipment clear. Good ref. Write N-6. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent sleeping room near 1 S. E. and Penn. Write W-6, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent about Feb. 15 mod. 5 or 6 rm. house, close in. Write X-5, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 Sedan. Excellent Condition. S R Chev. Co. North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer FOR SALE -- Buick standard six Fordor sedan. Low mileage. Perfect motor, new tires, $125. Lapiner Motor Co. FOR SALE--1934 Studebaker Commander De Lux« sedan. Very clean. $125 down--$25 a. month. Folsom Auto Co. 722 S. Federal. 1934 Chevrolet Truck Tractor with semi-trailer S R Chev. Co. TheWINTERMART AT THE FAIRGKOUNDS Any Price Car 1'ou Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rales. Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J.H.MARSTON 1934 Dodge De Luxe Coach Looks and runs like new. S R Chev. Co. We Always Have the Buys Auto Accessories USED BATTERIES J1.50 Exchange GLASS INSTALLED ifl USED AUTO PARTS AND TIRES at a big savings CHAZEN'S AUTO WRECKING G25 S. Monroe Phone 1790 Lodges and Societies I. 0. 0. F. LODGE NO. 22* 12V. E. STATE I'HOSES Sl«-W-!t44J Second Decree TIKS., Feb. U eeting every Tuesday 7:30 P. M. J. C. ROBINSON, N. G. Ph. 525 WAYS!AN CLOSSON Rcc. Scc'y. 3167. H. J. PINE, Fin. Ecc'r. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE MOOSE HALL--2.N*1 A.N'D S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Every 4tb Tuesday is family night, W. P. CHAMBERLAIN, Dictator. 2510 S, Federal, WILLlAi* GROTH, Scc'y.' Phone 303SW BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. 145 A. F. AND A. M.--7:30 P. M. SIMM communication first Thursday of each month. G. I. WOOD, W. M. C. P. SHIPLEY. Scc'y. HARDING LODGE NO. 64! A. F. AXfl A. 3f, ~:3Q F. M. Stated meeting First Friday 01 each month. L. L. RAYMOND, w. M. c. c. HALPHIDE. Sec'y. KOVAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and 4lh Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 2 P. M. MARGARET JOHNSON, Oracle. KAY BUDWOP.TH. Rec. Phono I372W QUEEN REBEKAH LODGE NO. 106 J. O. O. F. HALL--7:30 F. M. Mectinc Fri.. Feb. 7. A's and B's wil! serve'follow- in!: social hour. Marian Angel. Leona Bcemis and NTary Arnold, chairmen. MRS. IDA CLOSSON. N. G. 3467. MRS. WIN .NUTTING. R. S. M6W. MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. 14S8J. AUNT HET By Robert Quillen "You think you're savin' your best linen for company, but like as not you're savin' it for a second wife to show off with." HIGHWAY BOARD TO RECEIVE BIDS Five Bridges Included in List of Jobs Planned in Iowa. AMES--(.Tl--Bids on numerous projects, including five bridges, two new railroad separations and remodeling of two others and about 56 miles of grading in Iowa will be received Feb. 18 by the Iowa highway commission. The projects are: BRIDGES A L L A M A K E E -- O n e I-beam bridge on primary road 182 northwest of Lansing. AUDUBON--One I-bearn bridge and 21 culverts on secondary road from highway 71 east to the north quarter of section 17-81-34, BLACK HAWK--14 culverts on highway 58 from highway 57 north to highway 20. CASS--Remodel overpass on highway 6 east of Atlantic. C A S S-POTTAWATTAMIE -- 29 culverts on highway 83 from Marne to Walnut. DES MOPNES--80 'culverts on highway 99 from Burlington northeast; also one 210x24 I-beam bridge and one 150x24 I-beam bridge. FAYETTE--One overpass structure on highway IS northeast of Hawkeyc at Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad, crossing; also two culverts. GREENE--13 Culverts on highway 30 in Scranton. HAMILTON-HARDIN--39 Culverts on highway 175 out of Jewell east. HARDIN--Four culverts on highway 175 from highway 65 west. KEOKUK--29 Culverts on secondary road from Ollie to Richland. LYON-OSCEOLA--25 Culverts on secondary road from highway 178 east to highway 9. OSCEOLA--One I-beam bridge on lecondary road from highway 178 east to highway 9. PAGE--Reconstruct concrete overpass and add approach spans on highway 3 at Wabash railroad crossing east of Shenandoh. MARSHALL--One underpass on highway SS west of Melbourne at Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad crossing; also two culverts. PAYING UNION--.18 mile on highway 25 in* Creston. GRADING AUDUBON--5.4 miles on secondary road from highway 71 east to the north quarter corner of section 17-81-34. BLACK HAWK--2.1 miles on highway 58 from highway 57 north to highway 20. C A S S-POTTAWATTAMIE--7.6 miles on highway 83 from Marne to Walnut. DES MOINES--11.2 miles on highway 99 from Burlington northeast. FAYETTE--0.3 mile on highway 18 northwest of Hawkeye. GREENE--O.2 mile on highway 25 south of Scranton. HAMILTON-HARDIN--15.0 mijes on highway 175 out of Jewell east. HARDIN--1.9 miles on highway 175 from highway 65 west. KEOKUK--4.6 miles on secondary road between Ollie and Richland. LYON-OSCEOLA--7.4 miles on secondary road from highway 178 east to highway 9. GRAVEL SURFACING ADAIR--3.7 miles on secondary road out of Bridgewater south. CLINTON--10'.2 miles on various sections of the county road system. CLINTON--15.7 miles on various secondary roads. IOWA--14.1 miles on secondary road from Ladora to Millersburg. MADISON--5.7 miles on county trunk road Q in Lee township. On Feb. 17 the commission will receive bids for the following materials: 2.000 gallons of white guard rail paint, 107.321 gallons of black centerline paint, one centerline marking truck, four track-type tractors, 37 motor graders, 6 blade graders, season's supply of oxygen and acetylene. Second Mate Trading Matrimonial Deal in Five Weeks Complete SPOKANE, Wash.--iTP)--Dr. and Mrs. Edward Burke were honeymooning ^hursday, their marriage having completed the west coast's second "mate trading" matrimonial venture in five weeks, Mrs. Burke formerly was Mrs. Harlan I. Peyton. Peyton and the first Mrs. Burke married recently. The two couples were intimate friends. They traveled in the same social sets and once composed a foursome on a vacation abroad. Police Guard Heiress After Kidnap Threat WELLESLEY Mass--'.T) -- A mysterious telephone call, which state detectives said Virginia M. Peyton's mother interpreted as a threat to kidnap her heiress daughter, resulted Thursday in a police i guard for the 21 year old Wcllcslcy college junior. Capt. John F. Stokos, chief of state detectives, said a maid at the college received a call from a nearby phonr station on Jan. 18 from a man claiming to be Miss Peyton's (father. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEVVIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-YV Residence Phone 67 Milne Addresses Clear Lake Lions Wednesday CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. W. B. Milne, Muscatine, former pastor of Clear Lake Congregational church, spoke to members of the Lions club at the Legion club rooms Wednesday noon. The Rev, Mr. Milne told of many interesting events in Mus- caline and discussed briefly different types of clubs with which he has contact. The Rev. Mr. Milne was called to Clear Lake to assist in the funeral rites of the late George Knutson. RULES FOR SAFE DRIVING OFFERED Icy Roads Increase Hazards Many Times, Points Out Moyer at Ames. AMES (.I 1 )--With Iowa's network of highways covered with snow and ice, it is incumbent on every motorist in the state to follow a few simple rules, according to Prof. R. A. Moycr of Iowa State college. Professor Moyer. who directed thousands of tests at the college engineering experiment station, asked car drivers to observe eight rules. Observance of them will save lives, he is convinced, as a result of his experiments. These ni'e the rules: 1. Do not drive your car unless you have to. If the other fellow starts to slide toward you, neither he nor you will be able to avert a collision. Tight Chains Important. 2. If you must drive, USE lire chains. Frictional force which can be developed on smooth ice is only one-tenth to one-twentieth of that which can be developed on dry concrete. Many motorists drive on ice just as they would on dry surfaces, and this accounts for many accidents. Chains bring frictions! force up to one-fifth of what it is on dry concrete. Chains must be tight, and cut into the ice to be effective. 3. In starting your car, it is desirable to start in second or high gear to prevent the rear wheels from spinning. Increase Speed Slowly. 4. Keep a steady foot on the accelerator. Increase speed slowly and try to avoid sudden changes in speed, most frequent cause of highway accidents. In applying brakes, it is easy to lock wheels and lose all steering- control. Many drivers do not realize that the engine develops a large braking force if they ease up on the throttle. 5. Speed on curves must be greatly diminished, even for cars equipped with chains. Where maximum speeds of 18 to 20 miles an hour may be permissible on dry concrete, a speed of 6 to 8 miles an hour is necessary for safety on ice when the car is not equipped with chains and of 10 to 12 miles an hour when the car is so equipped. Watch Traffic Alcrlly. 6. Do not attempt to overtake the car in front of you unless the road is clear for at 'least a half-mile ahead. It is impossible to accelerate on ice at the rate possible on dry pavement. Therefore, the distance required to overtake a car is much greater. 7. Be alert at all times, and keep an eye on traffic as far ahead as you possibly can. This is especially important on hills. 8. Maintain a safe distance from the car ahead, and drive at speeds consistent with existing road and traffic conditions. On dry concrete, cars can be stopped in 20 feet, but when driving at this speed on ice, a. distance of 150 feet is necessary. Under conditions where stopping may be necessary, a speed of 15 miles an hour is reasonably safe for cars not equipped with chains, and 30 miles an hour for those equipped with the best type of chains. Mrs. Shuman Doesn't. Know When She'll Get Her Broken Leg Set MARENGO--.T)--Mrs. John Shuman doesn't know when she'll get her broken leg set. She stepped outJnde of her home near Williamsburg Tuesday night to see how far the temperature had fallen and fell herself, breaking the leg- A physician arrived 21 hours later after 35 men scooped a path for him through the drifted highway. But he couldn't set the leg, so Mrs. Shuman is waiting now for warmer weather that will allow her to be taken to a hospital. Do you need ready cash? If you do we will loan you money on your car, or if present car payments are too high, we will pay off the balance due and cut your payments down by extending them over a longer period of time and advance you additional cash. Cerro Gordo Loan and Investment Co. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Lant/. returned Tuesday after a few days' visit in Minneapolis. They were accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Treloar of Nora Springs. Mrs. Gwirs'c Boiuu-r and sou, Frank, will vacate their apartment at the Frank Cookrnan home Feb. 15 and have rented the apartment at the Frederick formerly occupied oy Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mooller. Mr. and Mrs. Moellcr will move to the Virgil Rule house which they have recently purchased on East Division street. Miss Kathiirync Chambers, high school principal, was callo.d to her home in West Union Wednesday evening on account of the serious illness of her mother. Mr.mhcrs n f Rflickah lodge are requested to meet at the I. 0. 0. F. bnll Saturday afternoon to attend the funeral o'f C. P. Hawver. Mrs. J. l^indingham returned Thursday from DCS Moines where she attended a convention of beauty operators. She reports an attendance of 400 at the meeting. Mrs. Arnold Mueller h:is resigned her position with Atty. Edward Boyle. Her duties will be assumed by her sister, Miss Dolores Anderson. Kay Dodge, Minneapolis, spent the week-end in Clear Lake with his family. D. A. R.'s Will Study _ U.S. Constitution CLEAR LAKE--The D. A. R. chapter will meet Friday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. E. Ashland. Mrs. George Ott is leader, and the lesson is on the Articles of Confederation and the constitution of the United States. Clear Lake Briefs LOCAL CAGERS TOMEETBRITT Coach Chns Johnson Makes Changes in Lineup for Game. CLEAR LAKE -- Britt high school's quintet will clash with the Clear Lake Lions Friday night at the Community building in a basketball game scheduled for 7:15 o'clock. A preliminary game will be played with Roosevelt Junior high school of Mason City; the regular game follows. The locals downed Britt, 34 to 13 there near the first of the season. At that time Britt was not up to par because of sickness ir. the camp. Kerwyn Garnet, who has averaged a dozen points a game, is the star around whom the Britt team is built. Garnet and Alien Nooman, guard, are the only experienced men on the squad. William Spangler IB teaming with the former as forward with Gilbert Carman at center. Robert Townsend is handling the other guard post. Coach Chris Johnston is making some changes in the lineup of the Clear Lake team, Eldon Lcins, center high point man of the team, is sick with stomach trouble and has been out of school all week. Coach Johnston has moved Bob Widger up to center and Murphy is playing the position of forward vacated by Widger. Victor Jenson is playing the other forward, Harris "Red" Ostrander and Jens Lane are guards. The week's practice has been confined to wolk on the new combination. Coach Johnston reports that the boys are showing much enthusiasm in anticipation of the game with Cedar Rapids next week, when the Lions play a return game with Franklin high school there. Methodist Circle to Meet at Kruggel's CLEAR LAKE--Circle No. 4 of the Methodist Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. William Kruggel, East Main street, Friday afternoon. Members have been reminded to bring thimbles, needles, thread and other necessary sewing equipment. Mrs. T. L. King and Mrs. R. T. Bush will act as co-hostesses. 15 Ounce Baby Girl Fed With Medicine Dropper in Incubator OAKLAND, Cal.--.T)--An odd noise like a tiny whistle came from a hospital incubator Thursday as 15 ounce Nancy Anne Vogt squealed in hunger. Smiling nurses fed the mite each hour and" Miss Vogt eagerly sipped 30 drops of a special preparation from a medicine dropper. The mother, Mrs. Anne A'ogt. 38. a registered nurse, was shown a newspaper photograph of her first child, swatched in cotton, and exclaimed. "I am very thrilled and can hardly wait to see her." The baby weighed about a pound at birth Sunday, but since has lost an ounce, physicians estimated. Apparently normal, the child appears to be gaining strength and doctors believe .she will survive. PARK THEATRE TONIGHT AVD FKIDAV A Paramount Picture "SHIP CAFE" Carl Arlene Eddie BRISSOX JUDGR DAVIS Carl Rrisson as a rou^h, tou£h sailor-hoiini'i-r in a night club, howllnp; the gals Over with his sonj;s, and the Inds with his fists. A fast sailing comedy--with music. NEWS-rOPKYK-ORCHESTKA lOc and Ific MARK THE DATE on your calendar 8th of February at 10:30 A. M. John Deere presents FREE Two-feature talking pictures "Sheppard and Son" and "Murphy Delivers the Goods" Bt MASON CITY ARMORY Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Methodist Ladic.a Aid circle No. 4, with Mrs. William Kruggel, East Main street. D. A. R., 7 p. m., with Mrs. L. Ashland. Methodist Ladies Aid. Circle No. 6, meets with Mrs. O. C. Frederickson, 414 South Winnie street. What if Mae West docs get ?300,000 ? If her work brings in the money, who else deserves to get it?-- I'cdiir Rapids GiWtto. L A I/ C THEATRE A IV U Clear Lake Thursday - Friday Fred Astalre - Ginger Rogers The Season's Biggest Hit "TOP HAT" Sun., Mon., "Tale of Two Cities" FOR SALE i__r. n. Model D Tractor. Good condition. 3---T. D. "GP" Tractors, Good condition. Cerro Gordo Implement Co.- Phone 444 115 8th St. S. E. We have a complete line of Form Machinery. Let us figure with you on your needs. - AUCTION SALE - A* wr nrr ijiilttlnj farminc U P » i l t vll Ilii^ f»llow!tiR properly on our Jnrm locatfd on (he M h i c h M i y . l milps north »f f;iimround.*, Albert I^-n. M i n n . , anrt V'i mile northeast (t( KiiiM-rcft, '- m!I« ivcst of imvlnc Nn. fiS rm rond Irndlnn to Bancroft. MONDAY, F E B R U A R Y 10th BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. KKK.E Ll'.M'H AT NOON" 34 HEAD OF Ml'LKS--These mules range in ages from 8 to 13 years. U'pigltt from 1300 to 1600 ids. each. 50 HEAD OF CATTLE--19 milk cmvs. majority milking now, the rest to frpshcii by sale day. Those rows consist of fiuTnseyB, Hoi- steins and Shorthorns. Two (iuernsey heifers and two Holstein heifers. 6 (wo year old heifers and steers on fM-d. 11 one year old heifers and steers on feed. 10 fall and winter calves. 28 HEAD OF HOUS--R brood sows to farrow latter part of March. 20 feeder pigs, av^rajje about 1-3 Ins. earh. I'TU, LINK OF F.-YRM M A C H I N E R Y FEED--Sonic hay. FOULTKY--60 Chickens. TKK.MS: .ih or nn.v n r n i n s r n i r i i f s jon may mnkr \vfth your tmikT ,r Ihi- clrrlt tirlnr t,, t h i s *:lr. N» pr"i trrt .v tn h? H-ninvpd mull sntlrrt fir. SORENSON BROS., Owners ·Toe Iteisch. Austin, Minn., Am-t. darks Grove State Kank, Clerk

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