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FEBRUARY 10 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GA'/KTTE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AI BATES. Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insert! ona are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c 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 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will thg Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those jnserting "blind" advertisements Lost and Found-- LOST Long hairca gray cat. Black stripe on buck. 213'/j 4th N. E. REWARD Help Wanted, Male-- But Does It-Say V WANTEp--Boys to carry paper routes in city. See Mr. Hillstrom at Globe-Gazette. WANTED Experienced man on farm. Call WILBUR SMITH Phone 4808 flics or vey, Iowa WANTED -- Porter. Country club. Clear Lake Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED-- Sliddleaged woman to do housework on farm, 3 in family. Light work. Raymond Dawson, For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--3 llgnt housekeeping rms. 915 N. Fed. FOR RENT--3 furn. light hskg rms. 155 14 N. W. Ph. 1118W. FOR RENT--Bedrm. 224 W. State. FOR RENT--Large mod. slpg. rm 214 Fifth,N. E- Phone 1901. FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--Nicely-.furn. warm sleeping rooms. 109 S. Penn. Ph 1710-W. Koolnyell, Iowa. j FOR RENT--Unfura. light hskpg. oms. 936 N. Delaware. WANTED--Experienced Princess Cafe. waitress. Salesmen Wanted-- Money to Loan-- STORE MANAGER WANTED Man of character and financial means able to make small investment, to connect with nationally known institution to establish and operate branch store in Mason City Wonderful opportunity to right party. For interview see Mr. Melcher at Hanford Hotel, Wednesday or Thursday. J LOANS Â£ $300 T M Publicity K-A UTC.S-SA I.A WANTED--Neat appearing, ambitious man over 25 for permanent well paid position. See Mr. McManus, Park Inn, after G p m FOR RENT--2 light housekeeping rooms, furnished. Call 1138. FOR RENT--1 furn. hskpg. room. Private entrance. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Furnished room over private garage. Reasonable. 304 1st S. E. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hakpg. rooms. Phone 291T-J. H. Briar. 15 For Sale--Real Estate-- This Page FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414, TM~ W. FOR. SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must lie moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. PRICED TO SELL Lot 4, blk. 13, Francisco 2nd addition. Mason City. Make me an offer. Special price for cash. Mrs. Maude Wilson, Salt Lake City. Care of Wilson Hotel. Poultry and Eg-gs- BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCHING We are now hooking orders for March delivery and on. Place your order with us anfl get a superior chick. Wo specialize in custom hatching at bed rock price. All orders will receive personal attention. Price list on request. BALLTJFF THORPE. Clarion, la. Well furn. FOR RENT NO Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 821 1st Natl. Bk. Phone 412 WANTED--Young men 18 to 21 for i -- -.-Â«.,Â£ iiicii -10 LU ^i lor saleswork to travel with manager about $25 p er weeh- Ca i, at 202 B. A. Bldg. Household AND Automobiles i REPAV IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTAIJLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. ,204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St Fed. Ave. Phone 224 M O N E Y F O R A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor 81. O. A. Bldg. Phone 727 Situations Wanted-- SCHOOLGIRL wants place to work ^ for room ,and board. Ph. 1012-W. (.Married man wants job on farm. Experienced. Annis Nelson 639 Sixth St. S. E. ARE YOU MAKING SATISFACTORY PROGRESS In Your Present Work ? Do You Like It? Is It Worth While? Do You Get Proper Training? Do You Get Practical Assistance and Co-Operation? Are Mature Years an Advantage ? Is Your Income Permanent? DOES IT PAY WELL? If not you owe it to yourself to Investigate an unusual opportunity now offered to the right man at Mason City. For detailed information call at Hanford Hotel Friday, Feb. 13, 1931, or write Le Roy Anderson Bldg. Iowa slpg. room. Call afte 7 p. m. APT. 9, 2191/2 N. FED. FOR RENT--Two warm slpg. rms close in. Phone 3345-W. FOR RENT--Furn. front hakpg. o slpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Nice sleeping room also garage. 23 Fifth St. N. W FOR RENT--Desirable furn. roum with kitchenette. 130 5th N. E. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. du plex apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. Ph 2329J. 11G 7th N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--4 and a rrn. furn. apts. in Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. FOR RENT--Mod. apt.. 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Heated apU Ph. 2877. 811 Blaclctmwk Waterloo Widow tilth daughter in H. S. ,L wishes hskp. in city. 117 N. Monroe. Salesladies-- f-f'tr-"* j-j-j-^-j-j-^^, RELIABLE SALESLADIES Wanted, over 20 years of age. j Part or full time ivork. ' Write T-9, Globe-Gazette. WOMAN wants hour 3906. work. Ph. FOR RENT--i rm. apt. with bath, heat and water furnished; heated garage. Inquire 19 Ninth St. N. E. FOR RENT--Well furnished apt. wi.h private bath. 10 Ninth St. N. E. FOR RENT Close in and very pleasant 2-room apt. and bath. Furniture for sale to renter at big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 23 First St. Southeast WOMAN WANTS WORK by hour ; Phone 1776-W. JOHN BUCKHN, single, wants work on farm for summer. Call or Roy Badlccr, Clear Lake, writo lawn. Services Offered-- UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co.. Phone 2708. PHONE S538J J. DAHLSTROM Paper hanging and Painting. Let us estimate your work HOUSEKEEPING--Day work, or practical nursing-, by experienced white woman. Write W-9, Globe- Gazette. Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W. REMOVING and trimming trees, repairing and clean, cisterns. 3519. A D D R E S S I N G ' ENVELOPES --Work at home during spare time. Substantial weekly pay; experience unnecessary. Dignified employment for honest, sincere, ambitious persons. Advancement League, Napervllle, 111. vVANTED--Women to travel and appoint agents. Food specialties. Salary and commission. Permanent. No investment. Exp. unnecessary. We train you.' McCurdy, 2709 Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Wearing Apparel-- See me for your next SUIT or TOPCOAT. Richman Bros, salesman 16 years in this territory. A. D. tfciderwood, 416 N. Penn., Mason City, Iowa. Trade or Exchange -- years' standing desires to increase its real estate foundation thru the acquisition of income property in KUG- weaving, sewing rags and exchange for annuity contracts; lib- coloring,, to shade with bathrooms, era] terms on good clear property in :drooms and kitchens. Prices reÂ«- city or country: unquestioned security. Write Z-30, Globe-Gazette. hci sonable. Mrs. Larsen, 1705 N. Fed. PAINTING, .paper h'ging. Ph. 2777, BURNT OUT TOASTERS, IRONS, -| VACUUM CLEANERS, ETC. Can be nuidc Jjfce neiv at low cost I here. f PHONE 489 Radio and Electric Repair Shop 4th N. E. and N. Federal Ave. GLASSES-I'll save you money.--you need it; also my guaranteed eyesight service. Finest glasses scientifically fitted, guaranteed to please you. / Save your eyesight! Save your dollars! Others are coming here saving both, why not you? Free examination or consultation. Evening appointments. Phone 15. F. H. SMITH, Eyesight Specialist, Munly, lowu. For Sale or Rent-- FOR SALE OR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow. 1211 N; Adams. For Sale, Livestock-- FOR SALE Four Shorthorn hulls, eligible to register. Ed Donnelly Dougherty, In. POLAND CHINA BIIOOD SOWS Good individuals, 200 to 400 Ibs., March and April farrow. Bred to Big Mogul A-G9289. W. FRIEDOW SON Britt Iowa 12 EXTRA good Duroc broad sows, $25 each. Three miles northwest of KIcmme. C. V. Marshall, Postoffice--Garner, Iowa. FOR SALE Two Plymouth Jacks, 5 years old; 15 hands high, both registered. Splendid individuals. Writo or Wire W. H. WARD Central City, loiva FOIl SALE sows. Cholera immune. Can be seen at the Indian Head Farms warehouse, 19th St. .S. W. GEORGE LAUEKBERG PHONE 83G FOR SALE--Pure bred White Rock Cockerels. Standard weight. Price reasonable. Mrs. Kato Mammon, Kensett, Iowa. Phone Y6. Â· A GREAT BUSINESS WITH SATISFIED CUSTOMERS 818 New and Used Cars In 1980 77 New and Used Cars Since Jan. 1 Don't buy any car until you see us. We will save you money as we have done for hundreds of others '30 Ford Tudor (new) save ...SU5 30 Ford Tudor (black) . . S485 '30 Ford Tudor (tan) save Silo '30 Ford Spt. Coupe save . . . ' '?125 Ford Cou P e ' HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 340W Lake GIobe^Gazette OFFICE PHONE No. 238 car) save $ 95 , guaranteed ..S350 29 Ford Tudor (a dandy) $335 'Â·TM%Â° r % ^ pt Cou P e real Map S45 28 Ford Coupe (a good one) ..$295 ooSÂ£^ ^"P 6 (spt - mod eD .-SS25 28 Whippet Sedan (tan) ..... $285 .90 Su! Ppe J F Â° rdor (tan) Â· Â· - - -*2*5 '28 Whippet Spt. Coupe ...... $135 A Guarantee more than conversation 27 Chev. Coupe runs perfect S175 '27 Chrysler Coupe . Â§1.65 ;27Chev. Sedan (bargain) ']!.'. 5165 "----Â· -*Â· - " --. vi^ i;tli;ncv(MEif o I ' to 9 Ibs. Hatching eggs In season. ' 7 miles west of Klemme. Floyd ' Friedow, Kanawha, Iowa. Â°P e - a rea ' Coupe runs fi ..$215 G U A K A N T E E D T O L I V E C H I C K S GUARANTEED TO LIVE TWO WEEKS OR WE REPLACE THEM AT HALF PRICE CHICKS FROM BLOOD TESTED FLOCKS White Leghorns, Buff Leghorns, Anconas, Heavy Mixed--510 per 100, $47.50 per 600. Not guaranteed $8 per 100 Buff Orpingtons, White Wyan- dottcs, Columbia Wyandottes, White Rocks, Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds--$12 per 100, Â§57.50 per 300. Not guaranteed $10 per 100 Assorted Light and Heavy Mixed-98 per 100, $38 per 500. First hatch Feb. 27 Custom Hatching--53 a tray of 96 eggs MAPLE LAWN HATCHERY Ventura, Iowa BRITT HATCHERY Britt, Iowa FOR SALE Black Jersey Giants and White Plymouth Rock cockerels. PH. 15G ROCKWELL, IA. For Rent, Farms-- '27 Chev. Coach '31 license ' SI 35 '27 Ford Road, (box) ...... 5100 '25 Hudson Coach . . . $ 5^ '25 Ford Tudor ......... ^ 4 5 '24 Ford Tudor .......... " ^ 4 0 '25 Ford Fordor (a snap) Vs 75 '24 Velie Six Sedan . s 35 |24Ford Road, box '31 license".? 40 ,Â£} Ford Road, box '31 license $ 35 24 Ford Coupe runs good $ -5 TRUCKS Â·29 Chev. (6) trk. (late) ..... $395 Ford 1% ton cab and body S295 Ford 1 ton cab, body, '31 lie. '$ 75 29 Ford pickup closed $335 ' ' ' ' ' Lakers Win Declam Meet at Meservey Feme Brooks and Dorothy Clock Take First Awards. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--Clear Lake students succeeded in bringing home the laurels of the sub-countj declamatory contest held at Meservey Monday evening. The local team claimed two first places and one fourth, putting- it at the top of the scoring. Feme Brooks with her selection "Ashes of Roses" was awarded firal place in the dramatic section ant Dorothy Clock with "I Bought a Bed," placed first in humorous. Bernard Floy, the local oratorical contestant, ranked fourth with his selection "Lincoln, the Man Called of , P icjÂ£u P open ---- ....$250 '29 Ford A panel ......... , .$335 '27 Chev. del. closed cab ..... ' ' . '27 Chev. del. closed cab sis-) sug Ford Panel del. -31 license . . . $ 4 5 LIBERAL TERMS God." Swaledale ranked. second in the contest with a first in oratorical with the selection "The Plea for Cuba," a second Jn humorous and a third. Ventura took a. second in dramatic for a third place in the contest. Meservey had an oratorical contest which tied with Ventura for second. The winners of this contest will participate in the county meet at Thornton this week. FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN Wanted to Buy-- A PLEASANT home for married couple to raise poultry on shares, an to help on farm when needed. Write-Globe-Gazette Y-7. FOR RENT '4 acres, 8 ml. so. and: '/ z mi. cast of city. CHAS. BOYD Auto Accessories-GOOD W I L L USED CARS l!n \YhIpppl Cnncli, Ilkr new s-35 2n Dnnint Coacll, lain of fjclrai J3D6 JI) I'untlac Conch, A-l t l i r u o a t S15H ) rnrtl HÂ«ud!(ter, perfect S32ft lher Lnlc Mndeli Frircd for 1.ill-It Snli- Trade--Terms luy Nmv U'htlo tlie 1-riro IÂ» Low--We Hnvn il Fine SHrdlnn to ciino.ic From Oaklnml-rontlnc Motor Cam Snlca nnil ServiCR fl-27 2nd St. H. K. Open Evenings and Sunjayn 1'liono 1067 SHORTHORN BULLS 2 choice darlc roan yearlings for sale. Thiclc, easy feeding kind. L. E. AZELTINE Liitimcr Iowa Household Goods- For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOR SALE--Pieced double wedding ring quilt. Phone 645-W. New Jackson Bell Midget radii,, screen grid, tone control, fully guaranteed, ?49.50. 230 1st N. E. Ph. 976. For Sale, Farms-- FOR SALE--197 acres, good buildings, Butler county. Price $37.50 per acre, easy terms. 175 acres improved Cerro Gordo farm, $55 por acre; $S,000 will handle. KEHM Land Co. Phone 827. Business Opportunities- k FOR SALE--Hotel, county seat ' town, on two paved highways, 28 , rooms, running water, attractive price to settle nn T-10, Globe-Gazette. estate. Write FOR SALE New and Used Motorcycle* 1 E!ro Outboard,Motor, like new 1 1026 Ford Truclc Harley Davidson Sales Service 525 South President FOR SALE--Light oak library table in good condition. 302 Ninth S. E. FOR SALK 9.vI2 rug, nearly new, cost $40, for USED CARS of MERIT 1925 Ford Coupe with box ...S 45 1023 Dodge Sedan, new tires S 7( 1927 Whippet 6-cyl. Sedan, like new Â§285 1027 Whippet 4-cyl. Sedan ...5175 1924 Ford Tudor, balloons $ 51 1928 Chevrolet Coupe, good Â· $125 .$435 WANTED TO BUY--Heavy, collapsible, baby buggy. Ph. 3351. WANTED--Small building, about 10x12. Phone 1695J, Legal Notices NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES TION OF INCORPORA- George Walters, 55, Dies Near Allison ALLISON, Feb. 10.--George Walters, 65, died at his home seven miles south of here last night from kidney disease. He is .survived by his wife and three sons and a daughter. Funeral services will probably be held Thursday at Allison. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 384 of the Code of Iowa 1927 as amended, and particularly Section 8360 therein, and further pursuant to resolution duly adopted on the 19th day of January, 1031, by the stockholders of Midland Investment Company, on Iowa Corporation, in annual meeting assembled, the Articles of Incorporation of said corporation were duly amended by striking out and repealing Article 12 thereof, which Article provided that the indebtedness of the corporation should not exceed two-thirds of the value of the paid up capital stock. The undersigned were duly authorized and directed to cause publication of this notice. Signed this 19th day of January 75 Listen to Program of Lake Mills Society LAKE MILLS, Feb. 10.--When the Women's Home Missionary society held the annual mite box opening at the Methodist church, 75 members of the society anu ttelv friends were present. The program included scripture reading, Mrs. B A. Anderson, president; prayer, the Rev. W. C. Stauffer; vocal duet, Lucille Anderson and Va Lois Gabby; story hour f , Mrs. L. A. Walker; violin solo, Lorraine Hill; piano solo, Miss Gaddis and pantomina of Hymn, "Glad Tidings," Queen Esther girls. 1931. motor 1H29 Whippet 6-cyl. Coach, very 1928 Falcon-Knight Coach . 1925 Ford Tudor, balloons S 75 1929 Chevrolet Coach, just like 1928 Whippet 4-cyl. Cab. Coupe $275 "-- the new 1031 Willys 6 and 8 and S10. 2 burner oil stove, $3. See us Willys-Knight now on display. Price first about auto parts, glass, bodies. reduced from .?I70 to S700 NO",TM* 'HATHORNAUTOCO. PHONE 447 and 448 AUTO WRECKING CO. Norn Springs FOR SALE--New blue and gold Lloyd Loom baby carriage 29 Fourteenth St. N. E. ORDERS taken for Angel Food, Sunshine and other cakes. Ph. 487. For Rent, Houses-- Do you want to rent, buy or sell .1 home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Hse, garage. Ph. 867. FOR RENT--Strictly mod. 8 rm. house. Newly finished inside. Suitable for 2 families. Ph. 3351 or 62G. FOR RENT--4 rm. house, $16 per month. Phone 837. FOR SALK | Local cipiir store and pool ImM. i n .r s Slock will invoice, about $2801). Fix-1 n.)? tijres about Â§1200. Doing good Inisi- ncss. :- OR RENT--\ rm. house and gar- near Monroe school. Ph. KEHM LAND CO. PH. 827 FOR RENT--5 room bungalow. Ph. 1196. FOR SALE--Gas stove with cooking plate. Saves gas. Cheap. Ph. 3445-J. FOR SALE--Slightly used Acorn electric range. 220 Seventh N. E. SELLING Three bedroom suites, rugs, curtains, bookcase, davenport table, droplcaf table, dining room set, gas stove, ice box, kitchen tables, chairs, thirty volumes New International Encyclopedia, large medicine cabinet, hall mirror, nil in good condition at sacrifice. 707 N. WASH. AVE. PH. 3870 Wanted To Rent-- WANTED TO RENT Onc-miarter section, shares. Write Z-5, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO RENT good typewriter. Call 2671-W. BUY A STANDARD MAKE CAR. THESE BUICKS ARE THE BEST BUYS IN TOWN 1020 Std. Buick Coach $785 IflSO DeLuxe Buick Sedan J$1S8 1929 Mstr. Buick Sedan $1085 1927 Std. Buick Coach $465 1028 Std. Buick Coach $585 1928 Mstr. Buick Sedan S645 1926 Std. Buick Sedan 5845 1028 Mstr. Buick Brougham S685 OTHER MAKES--Al CONDITION 1030 DcLiixe De Soto Ei"ht 1928 Chrysler Coupe 1930 Willys Coach 1D26 Cleveland Coupe in2BJewett Coach 1829 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Hudson Sedan 3927 Nash Sedan Company 316 N. Fort. MASON CITY The Buick Garage Phone 288 E. H. WAGNER, President. B. A. WEBSTER, Secretary. Red Cross Fund Drive Past $7,000,000 Mark WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. UP)--Th Red Cross campaign ; for a $10,000 000 drought relief fund toda passed the $7,000,000 mark, the to lal being $7,052,977. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Tiro repairing. latest equipment. DeBruyn Super Service. Phone 214 M. G. Phllllpe left Monday night for Chicago on business. Carload Grapefruit and Oranccs. Basket Grocery. Ralph Ott and children spent Sunday at DCS Moines with his wife. She is registered in the general hospital at that place. Specla! cleaning rutos on dresses. Suits cleaned and pressed 40e. Cash and Carry. Klassy Kleaners. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Salisbury spent Sunday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knutson are spending the week In Dea Moines. Mr. Knutson is in attendance of a hardware convention. Special prices on valve grinding during month of February. See us. DeWilde and Bistline at DeBruyn Super Service. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carroll will be hosts to members of the D. B. L. club Wednesday evening at a Valentine dinner party. , G. A. Etzol returned to his home Sunday after spending the past week going thru the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn. He has not returned to his work at the Cerro Gordo bank. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson announce the birth of a boy born at their home Sunday night. Joo Carney left yesterday on a business trip to Ocheydan. LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 TWO CAGE FRAYS ARE SCHEDULED Clear Lake to Meet Britt and Osage This Week on Home Floor. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.-- The local cagers went to practice Mondav for 3ti " this week CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF PETER THOMPSON AS EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4046 NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Laura Thompson, deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same wili present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. PETER THOMPSON. Dated January 22, 1!)31. Ira W. Jones, Attorney. S. H. -MacPeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. Carl Westphal, Stanwood, Buried in Charles City Cl-iARLES CITY, Feb. 10.--Funeral services for Carl Westphal who died suddenly at his home in Stanwood, were held Monday afternoon in Riverside chapel previous to burial at 4 o'clock in Riverside cemetery. A minister from Stanwood accompanied the funeral party. Mr. Westphal was a brother of Frieda and Ella Westphal. Author of Grace Marlowe Books, Josephine Chase, 43, Dies in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA, Feb. .1.0. (.T)-The author of the Grace Harlowi stories that have thrilled schoolgirl: for two decades is dead here at the age of 43. Altho she wrote the Grace Har lowe stories under the name of Jes sic Graham Flower, and many other stories under pseudonyms, her name was Josephine Chase. For man; years she lived quietly in a big house in the northern part of the city. Italy Regards French Proposal to Construct Ships as Naval Threat ROME, Feb. 10. m~The French government proposal to begin construction of armored cruisers Is regarded in Italian official circles ns a distinct naval threat and a disappointment to the hope that France would stand on the terms of a building truce between Italy and herself. France's plan calls for building a. series of armored cruisers of about 23,000 tons each. Many Enter Academic Test IOWA CITY, Feb. 10.--Alll state Â·ecords for number of entrants In any sort of competition have fallen mder the avalanche of an enrollment of 62.000 boys and girls in the University of Iowa's academic contest. These competitors, representing 395 schools, comprise more han half of the, total number of ilgh school pupils in Iowa. 4-H Girls Will Meet at Forest City for Banquet FOREST CITY, Feb. 10--The county banquet of the 4-H girls club will be held in Forest City Monday, Feb. 23 in the Hotel Hawkes dining room. Wants Fishermen's Bond. DES MOINES, Feb. 10. W)--Commercial fishermen who ply the Iowa waters would be required to po.sl bonds with the state game warder under a bill introduced by Representative J. N. Hayes of Dubucjue county and Representative C. J. Orr of Clayton county. Resident fishermen would post a $250 bond and nonresidents, 5500. Torgeson JOICE. Feb. 10. Legislature. S. R. Torgcaon. representative, and cashier of thn Farmers Trust and Savings bank, Joice, returned home Tuesday from DCS Moines. to be present for various business meetlngB. Wednesday--Congregational Ladies' Aid serve supper for members in basement. Stafford post meets at club rooms. Methodist Ladies' Aid meets In afternoon with supper served for members at 6 o'clock. Lions club meets at the Lions cafe at noon. 0. D. o. club meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Chase, Rogers hotel. i D. B. L. club dinner at the Clear Lake Country club. Thursday--Altrurian gueat night with special Valentine theme at the home of Mrs. R. B. Kennedy South Fourth. Rotary club meets at noon at the 1. O. O. F. hall. Boy Scout father and son banquet in Methodist church. Catholic Ladles' Aid meets In basement of church for 1 o'clock luncheon. Friday--Clear Lake vs. Oaage in high school basketball. Girl Reserves' benefit musicale at 4 o clock at the high school. Star club members have Valentine party at the home of'Mrs Charles Woodward. Clear Lake vs. Osage high school basketball at Community building. Saturday--Senior class party at the high school. with Britt Tuesday and Osage Friday. Probably two first string men will not be seen on the lineup In the clash with Britt because of 111- nes.T and injuries. Bigg-, forward, was not out for practice Monday because of an attack of intestinal flu, white Anderson, guard, la still hampered by an. infected toe. The guard position will be taken by Luick, Benters or Varnon. Because of Vernou'a Ineligibility last week it is doubtful whether he will appear on the starting quin- For Joe Jensen's teammate at lorward the. mentor has prospects) in Callanan and Peterson for Tuesday's game. Center position may bo taken by Garlock of Pribbenow. Hanna will occupy the other guard position according to the assistant coach, Robert Skinner. Both of the games are scheduled on the local floor at tha Community building. Both first and second teams will play each night. At tho last encounter with Osage the locals were winners In both games The starting lineup for Osage includes: Pettit and Mark, forwards- Steams, center; Larson and Caaev guards. Jl Mrs. Hushaw Reviews Plays at Club Session CLEAR LAKE, Feb 10--Mrs Harold Hushaw reviewed a group of Plays at the weekly meeting of the Progress club Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W D Cfaclt North Fifth street. They we're taken from "The Best Plays of 1929-1930" by Burns Mantel. Mrs. T. E Sondrol presented "Public Affairs." Pfaii C\OHH Party. CLEAR LAKE. Feb. 10.--Seniors of the high school are planning their class party to be held at the high school Saturday night. Miss Helen Wurtzor is In charge of the arrangements. Entertainment committeu members are Dorothy Drew, Joe Jensen, Oliver Hanna and Charlotte Mrs. A. Johnson and H, N. Halvorson Are Pythian Bridge Aces CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--The social hours after Pythian lodge are proving to be great successes members stated, and about 40 persons participated tn. bridge after the regular chapter meeting Monday evening husbands of the members beinir present. Mrs. Arthur Johnson and H. N. Halvorson received, prizes for high, score while Mrs. John Lungren and H. W. Knutson received the consol- / ation. Prizes consisted of angel fold, i? cakes donated'by the committee..'! T It was decided by the group to serve dinner in honor of the past chancellors Feb. 24. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodstock, Mr. and Mrs Ray Sandry, Mr. and Mrs. William Alter and D. H. Palmeter served refreshments. Reserves Plan for Benefit Musicale CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--About 150 invitations have been issued by members oj the Girl Reserves of, tho high school for a benefit musicale to bo held in the high school auditorium at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. The affair Is in charge of Dorothy Drew, president and MJHS Muldown and Miss Hallowell, sponsors. Invitations were sent to mothers of members and other women in the city who would be interested in music. Ames. Reheltnlifi Meet. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--Members of the Ilebekah lodge meet Tuesday evening in the I. O. O. F. linll. Initiation was scheduled followed by refreshments. Hold Valentino Fete. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--Members of the Star club will meet Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs Charles Woodward for a picnic uncheon and Valentine party. Mrs. jscar Thompson and Mrs. Fred Moffett are in charge oÂ£ tho program which will center around Lincoln's birthday and St. Valentine's lay. Officers Re-Elected at Vinje Creamery Meeting LAKE MILLS, Feb. 10.--At the finnual meeting of the Vlnje Cooperative creamery company, of- rcers and directors who have served he past year were all re-elected. Helmer Hovland was rehlrecl as but- ermaker and Ole Husltma as route arrier. The company reported a uccessful year in 1030. The dlrec- ors will meet Feb. 18 to received ids for buttermilk. Bffirman IB Decorah Speaker. DECORAH, Feb. lO.-The Cham- icr of Commerce was to be nil- ressed today at its weekly Monday inchcon by Fred Blermann, editor f the Decornh Journal. Mr. Bler- mann will speak on compulsory mil- tary training at Ames and at tin Jnivcrslty of Town. Ritz Smokers Follow Tarrs' in Ball League CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--The Ritz smokers are running a fast pace with the Tarrs for the championship of the sunset indoor baseball league. The Tarrs are still leading with a total of five victories to the smokers' four, the last of which they took Monday night from the Kennedy Onion men. A score of 15 to 5 was chalked up by the Ritz scorckeepers. Kenyan's dairy and Bryson's T. N. T. scoring became bawled up so that a tic of 4 to 4 was registered for the.se teams. The Pltsor Legion men took a defeat from tho champion Tarrs. The sunset league games are scheduled for Wednesday night at the Community building at 7:45 o'clock. All women are admitted without charge to this game. Epworth Leaguers at Garner Session CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 10.--About. 45 lakers attended the Kpworth league rally at Garner Monday night. Dinner was served in tho Methodist church after which a program was presented in which each organization participated. About 165 persons attended the affair. Local persons who assisted in taking the members to Corner included tho Rev. J. R. Tumbleaon, Will Rich, Mrs. A. C. Runcle, J. C. Davenport and A. J. Rawson. PARK THEATER CLEAR LAKE Tuesday -- Wednesday Ruth Chattcrlon in "RIGHT TO LOVE"