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Mason City, Iowa
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FEBRUARY 26 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cants »ns drat insertion, Ten cents lino for each consecutive BU ·sequent Insertion. (Count fLv« averagb words to the Elne.) Seven insertions ar* Riven for lea prjct of six, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING TO cents per column Inch each insertion. A discount of 1 per cent wiU be allowed en All class if led advertisements paid for at the time of InaerUon or not later thao ' days thereafter. All out-of-town* ada are payable in ad- Trance. All refundi on Want Ads muat be called for within 30 day* of the cancellation date of the order. . Answer to "bllcd 1 * aflyertlseipents must be addressed to tha tetter stated In the ad, care of the G lota-Gazette, Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal toe name of those Inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum charge for aingte BdverUaemtnt, 85 cents. PHONE 3800 between S a, m. ana s p. m. and ask for the Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear la the section. ApLs for Hfnt .. Amusements ... Auto Accessories Autoa for Auto Storage ...A79 Auto Trucks ... B(j Auto Repairing . 32 Beauty Parlors . Board, Room ... Bldg. Materlasfl . Business L.C c · lion Busing Opportunities C a f e s , . Restaurants Card of Thanks Chiropodists .... Chiropractors ,.. Cleanerr, Dyers . Cottages Death .Notices .. Doss, Birda. Pets Educational Opportunities ... Electrical Service Employment Service ...... Farms for Sa! Farms for Rent ,A30 S'arm Machinery 61 ' : 4 A55 ^nemi Directors a for 'Rent 63 for Bate 89 iardena 41 .A30 Help w a n t e d . With Inv Help w a n t e d , Female Help w a n t e d , Male Help W a n t e d , Male. Femnlc. Hide, Wool. PUTS Household Goods Houses for Sale Houses for Eeni 82 A36 78 73 47 46 instruction, ..... 30 -Insurance 11 In Uerooriam , A 2 Job Printing ... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock tor Sale 52 Location Wanted 65 Lost and Found 6 Lots [or Sale ... 48 Machinery ...... M WiJJt '22 Misc, for Sale .. 55 Misc. for Kent .. 56 Money to Loan 8 Mortgages 9 Monuments A 4 Moving, Storage 23 Musical instr. .. 65 Nursery Slock .. 57 Offices for Rent 63 Office Equlpt. .. 64 Osteopaths .... * 15 Painting, Decor. 24 Personals Photographers ., Plrnnblns. Hts. . Poultry, Eggn .. Radio Supplies ,. Rest EstaU Wtd. Rooms for Rent Sals or Trada . n u u Sal fl or Rent ...A47 Salesladies 34 Salesmen . » . . » . * 35 Seeda. Feeds ;.,, 28 Eerv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Colna . ,A74 Stationery 71 Blocks 72 Summer Cottage* 67 Swap Service ... 3B Travel Bureau . .A o Trade or Exch. . 42 Upholstering . , , ,, 69 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 73 Wtd.. Mlsc A75 Wtd. to Bent .. 70 Wearing Apparel 70 C 25 26 74 27 60 44 A3S Death Notices Classified Want Ads and Save Money--Phone 3800 Today Mnnnv tn I nan 8 diran Qnw..T^ 90 I · · » i n i » « " -- --~ --· ---- Money to Loan S DO YOU NEED MONEY? $40 $50 $100 $200 LOAN3 SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOAMS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl BIdff. Ph. 412 AUTOMOBILE LOANS IF Von NEED MONET-REFINANCE YOUR CAB! We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down. Furniture Loans Also Made Phono 727 or Come In HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldjj. CHARACTER LOANS -- 550 or more. 510 is cost of 5100 loan. A year to pay. 207 1 /. N. Federal. PHONE, WRITE OR CAIJL --for-FREE INFORMATION on loans up to $300.00 on 'furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property anywhere in North Central Iowa, Prompt, private, courteous service. C. L. Pine Loan Company Phono 224 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite Tho First National Bank "Large enough to serve you; small enough to know you." 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 be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Ball bearing wood lathe for What have you? Write TT-26, Globe-Gazette, SWAP--Clear Lake lot for lot or cheap house in Mason City Write XX-24, Globe-Gazette. SWAP 3 small income properties for C. L. cottage. Write RR-26, Globe- Gazette, SWAP--600 egg incubator for circulating heater. Write SS-24, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 EXCHANGE Customer 'will exchange 5 clear Midland Heights lots for good, modem house or small North Iowa farm. Beck Bros. Co Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We ar e always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate y o u r obligations into an account with one small payment each month. AUTO LOANS OUT OF TOWN RESIDENTS WRITE OR PHONE US United Financial Service K. AE. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St. N. W. First Door West of Adams Drug. Phane 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 waves $1.60 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave 60c. Ph. SOU, call for Le Moderne Annex. 212 i/j N. Fed. Ave, Painting, Decorating 24 Have returned and am again PAINTING AND PAPERING Welcome old and new customers. W. A. "Letty" Stewart, Ph. 2436W Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Large furn. hskpg. rm. with kitchenet. Bath in connection. 228 7th N. E. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskg. rms. in mod. home, pri. en t., water in kitchen. 806 N. Adams. Ph. 3127. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Fresh milk goat. Ph. 202, Rockwell, Mrs. W. H. Walfott. FOR SALE--Black gelCing 6 yr. old weight 1700. Elmer Smith, 3 miles east of Cameron. FOR SALE--Bay gelding 7 years old, wt. 1600 sound. Lavine Peter, R. F. D. 1, Sheffield, Iowa. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--8 ft. glasa show case Ph. 1196. FOR SALE--National cash register or will trade for small car. Joe Robinson, 13 S. Federal. Ph. 38S. FOR SALE--Beer cooler, cheap if taken at once. Write N-2G, Globe- Gazette. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 FOR SALE--Practically new portable typewriter. Will sacrllice. $35. Phono 1742. FOR RENT--Large fum. rm. with kitchenet. 30i 1 S. E. FOR RENT--2 or 3 furn. rms for light hskpg. with garage. Ph. 1129. FORRENT-lorZ sipg. rms. Hot water. 330 1 N. E.. Ph. 2609. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1903. FOR RENT--1, 2 or 3 mod. furn rms. Inq. 322 3 N. E. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfiirn See J. B. Youngblootl. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--$25 4 rm. mod. apt. $20 during summer months. W L. Fatten, 109 E. State. B'OR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. Pri. ent. 20T 6 N. B. FOR RENT--3 rm. unf. apt. 3015J FOR RENT--Mod. furn. 2 rm. apt 418 S. Georgia. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE -- Small restaurant ii. heart of city. Cheap if taken ai once. Write N-26, Globe-Gazette. GUEST, William, 73, died at his farm home northwest of Mason City about 3 o'clock Sunday morn- Ing from a heart affliction. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. William H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in the Clear Lake cemetery. The Randall funeral home in charge. McDONALD, Duncan, 71, died at his home, 1217 Jefferson avenue northwest, Monday morning. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Monday. The body is at the Patterson funeral home. JJelp Wanted, !· emale 31 WANTED--Competent girl between nge of 20 and 39 for housework. Must lilie children. 23 Beaumont Drive, Help Wanted, Male 32 NATIONAL, Firm has permanent opening for local manager. Must be over 24 with A-l record. Service, retail or office exp. helpful $1800 guarantee plus bonus to man qualified nominal cash required. Returnable. Ph. for appointment. Mr. A. Haefs, Hotel Hanford. Funeral Directors HOME-- Dependable service, 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME--A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Fh 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu- mnce service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour of Joy aa well aa In sorrow, Elowcra best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 3IARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals TO LIFT and slim your figure, Spencerize. Spencer ia made to your order In latest mode. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found 6 LOST--34x7 tire southeast Mason City. Hoyle Ginther, Rockford. LOST--Wire haired terrier. J. B. Youngbiood. Ph. 36. LOST--Lady's wrist watch near Adams' drugstore. Ph. 557. Rew'd. Money to Loan 8 PRIVATE LOANS on city property. Write P-21, Globe-Gazette. TEA AND COFFF,E Route men. Big reliable national company needs 3 more men immediately. Previous experience . unnecessary but must be physically able and willing to service 200 steady consumers on protected route and work 8 hours a day. Routes pay up to $37.50 a week. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 3355 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. Situation Wanted 33 BLACKSMITH and WELDER wonts work. Write G-24, GLOBE-GAZETTE Services Offered A3 3 WANTED--WaBhingn. 912 8 S. E. ROOFS repaired Phono 3830. HAIRCUTS 25c NICK ARGOS BARKER SHOP 100 6th St. S. W. Salesmen 35 MEN with, without cars, free to travel, spec, sales work. Can earn good money. Pay in advance. Car furnished. See Chas. Robinson, Park Hotel, Rm. 7, 6 to 8 p. m. SALESMEN--New business builder for retail stores. Inexpensive. ?2.50 advance commission each 55 sale Wonderful repeater. Salesmen cleaning up. Selling outfit free President, 510 Arch, Philadelphia Pa. r Business Location 37 FOR RENT--Corner store, K. C. building. Only available corner on Federal. Rcas. rent. J. A. Sullivan. Phono 8S or 1913. FOR RENT--5 rm. and sun porch mod. apt. Special summer rate W. L. Patton, 109 East State. FOR RBNT--Fum. apt. 712 N. Mad. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath mod house. 636 S. Jackson. FOR RENT--5 rm. hse. Ph. 2981J. FOR RENT--7 rm. house and gar age in Central Hgts. Poss. March 1. Inq. W. P. Pope, Central Hgts FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house, S S. E. Inq. 121 4 S. W, FOR RENT Five room modern bungalow. No. 3707 South Federal Avenue. 530.00 per month. Possession at once. Rcf- cnco.s required. Phone 745 after 6 p. m. T. R. GLANVILLE RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Cottagi es A46 $1200 buys new mod., furn. Clear Lake cottage 14x22 with fireplace, fourth lot off lake from north shore. Ph. 2478. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--By owner mod. hse 416 5 S. E. Call 1681LJ or 68. FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOR SALE--A few nice, some practically new, bungalows and other homes. Low prices. High values. M. M. Jloen Co. Ph. 837. FOR SALE--G rm. mod. hse., double garage. Ph. 3373W. FOR SALE--4 rm. hse. Ph. 2667. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE or RENT--Modern 7 room bungalow at 22S Orchard Ave., Clear Lake, §30 month. Will take some young cattle or stock on sale. Write George Struck, Sioux Rapids, lovvn, owner. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM--Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farms for Rent A50 'OR RENT--Small, well improved farm, fully equipped. Will take ·small residence as part payment on equipment and stock. Must have ·some cash. Give price and full par- .iculars in first letter. Write K-24, "ilobe-Gazette. Farm Machinery 51 'OR SALE--1 John Deere 11 ft. cultipacker, aprochet type, 1 Rock slnnd 3 bottom plow. John Trust- cm, Haolontown, Iowa. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/ t x21 2cEACH 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 USD. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office Globe-Gazette. Trade in your eld worn-ont ROLLER SKATES on a, new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Foods ASS For Sale--Rqwleigh extracts. 2271. Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Guitar, reas. Ph. 1464J. Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT Desirable suite of front, office rooms. Good light, heat furnished. Reasonable rental. Possession Immediately. Inquire Business Manager Globe-Oazette Phone 3800 Household Goods 73 FOK SALK--Single folding bed, 7 tubis radio, unfrnmcd Igc. and sin. mirrors, kero. Imth heater, oaJc sideboard, brass bed. Phone 2548J. IJ'OK SALE--Furn. 1-108 N. Fed. FOR SALE--Singer sewing machine, drophead. Tailo's Singer sewing machine, elec. radio, elec. washer. Bargains. 639 S. Jackson. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy 500 or GOO bushels of oats. Ph. 2039. WANTED--Used turn., stoves and nigs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. WANTED--Office desk. Ph. 3994. WANTED to buy good, Igc. well Improved farm; must ho worth the money. Pay cash. Give full particulars, price, reason for selling in first letter. Col. A. K. Shoffnor, Frankfort, Ky. Autos for Sale 79 Highest Value! ~ USED CARS Lowest Prices! 1980 Ford Town Sedan (perfect car) S285 1930 Ford Do Luxe Cp. (Good throughout) $275 1930 Do Soto Coach (see this one) $250 1827 Whippet Six Coach § 75 1BSO Dodge Coach (worth the money) §250 1030 Chov. Coupe (runs fine) $225 COMPLETE SERVICE You wlU find our service department tbo most complete in Mason City. Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Battery Service, ii'ashing, Greasing, Body, Fender and Mechnnlcn 1 Repair at Reasonable prices. Give us n trial on any automobile need for any car. WAGNER MOTOR CO. Ill 1st «. E. FOUD SALES Opp. Old P. O. 1933 CHEVROLETS "THE CREAM OF THE CHOP.' SEVERAL WITH VBB1* LOW MIUBAGB 2 Master Sedans. IJke new. 6 Muster Coaches. Take your choice. 1 Master Coupe. Clcun. THESE CARS ARE IJKE NSW. YOU CAN'T FIND A CLEAN- KB LOT OF USED CARS IN THE STATE. S R Chevrolet Company, Inc. I'RICES REDUCED ON THE FOLLOWING STOCK OF THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED USED CARS 1928 Pontlac Conch 1931 Ford Scdun 192G Whippet Sedun 1929 Dodge Standard Sed. 1930 Cliev. I'/,-ton Truck. 1031 Chuv. Sedun. 1932 Chev. Coach. 1031 Graham Sedan. 1928 Pontinc Conch. 1082 Ply. P.B. Sedan. 1928 Willys Sedan. 1929 Nnsh Coach. 1927 Whippet Conch. 1928 Hudson Sedan. 1928 Dodge Sednn. 1930 Whippet Coupe. 1929 Buiek Coach. 1929 ll/ 2 -ton Chev. Truck. 1930 Marquette Sedan 1926 Nasil Coupe. 1928 Chrysler Couch. 1931 Dodge Sednn. 1030 Ford Panel. 1929 Plymouth Sedan. 1.92G Chev. Sedan. 1929 Ubdgo Pnnel. 1932 Dodge Coupe. 1929 Chev. Sedan Delivery. Open evenings. Coll and see these wonderful bargains. Wo trade. MARSTON'S '/j Blk. E. Hnnford Hotel Phono 102 Board Proceedings HEOUIAR JANUAHV HUSSION Febninry 10, 1031 SIXTH DAY The Board or Supervisors o( ccrro Cordo Oounly, Iowa, met In roculnr ncsjlon pursuant to adjournment. There were present upervisor,, c. H. 1'ntton, F. a. RooT u"d , . . None. Minutes 01 HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. WANT TO BUY--Typewriter. Biust be cheap. Write I'. O. Box 222, Mason City. BRING Your furn., stoves, shoes, clothes, highest prices paid. B. O. Exchange, 1408 N. Fed. Ph. 1216. WANTED--Lakcshore 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 WANTED--To rent at once, close in 3 rm. furn. apt. Ph. 101. Ask for jCO. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--Loan'of $3,66o'on "160 acres. All tiled. Write Z-21, Globe- Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE --1932 CHEVROLET SEDAN; original tires. Not run since October. Cleanest car In town. Phone 3482W Auto Trucks 80 TOR SALE--International 1V 2 ton Jong wheelbaae, dual tirea. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. 1H ton Reo, stake body, 3 ton rear end. New rubber. Clean job. M. C. Hdwe. W. D. Gibson. Aljscnt: IaJ i!r TM e c t i n K rea d »nd kfi'."...u. Motion IYBS marie by Supervisor Root seconded by Supervisor Gibson that the ante for acceptance at bids for the con- I'^'i 1 "! °' P ' W - A - QradlnB Project. Federal .Reference "Docket No. nn." dlvliion one of inroo dlvHtaiB, be B et nt 1:30 o'clock P. H., March 20. 1034. and that the county auditor ho [intruded to publish notice ol tho taltl lettlnc in (he SMscm city Globe- Gazette, an o f f i c i a l newspaper for County ProccedlnBS, on March 2nd and on March B, 1834. Motion carrlcn, all members votlnc, ° n affidavit ot the Anesnor In Clear Lake Township of the erroneous assessment ?' 1}°K " Milford L. 01«on on Roll No. 301, 1333, the Board authorized the cancellation of said tax. On a f f i d a v i t of the aa.ies.sor of Plymouth Iowa, mat the assessment of a rood frill tax BRalnsl S. L. Seeley for the yearn 1932 and 1033 was In error for the reason that rifi wag over 45 years of age. the Board authorized tho cancellation of tho anid taxes, Supervisor clhaon offered trie fotlowme. :solullon: Be it reflOlvcd by tho Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on Uila 10th day of February, 1031, 'that there should be and hereby is set over, transferred and apprnnnateil 58.270.00 from th Secondary Head . . -which Is s u f f i c i e n t to meet the appropriation to he used In connection with C.W.A. Project No. 5 Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, the application for which Is by this reference made a part B« It further resolved that there should be and there la hereby transferred for t h e uie of the C.W.A. all tools. materials, equipment and services IFated under schedule eleven of Bald application. On motion of Supervisor Gibson, seconded by Supervisor Root, the foregoing resolution wan offered and wns adopted "«!!"n carried. All members voting aye. Board adopted a resolution a u t h o r i z i n g and directing the Chairman oi ihe Board of Supervisors and the county Auditor to execute a deed, for and on behalf of the said Board of Supervisors, to th« Trustees of Drainage D!«trlct No. 87, Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, the followlnc rteacrlhed real eslnle lo-wlt: Weal half of the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter, and the West half of the Northwest quarter or the Southwest quarter, all In Section i£ Township H8, Range 21, Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. Motion was made by Kupervlnnr Root, seconded by Supervisor C!h.iin. that the M- lowlnp, resolution be adopted: Whereas Frank Mnrlow is Indebted to Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, for d e l i n q u e n t personal taxes assessed in Mt. Vernon Township for the yearn 1031 and 1032 Including head tax for both years and road I»!I tax for 1032, and Wfcereng It appears that the nnM taxes are uncollectible In full and are not a lien on any real estate. Now Therefore he. It Uesolvert t h a t if the Treasurer shall cancel the Bald ta-xes, pcn- lty and Interest In full. The foregoing motion on trie resolution vas carried, all members voting aye. Nays; 'fane. Board adopted, a resolution approving the deed executed for and on behalf of the Board by the Chairman and County Auditor, conveying the. west halt of the , . e U of the B\V'A and the west half of the NWy. of the- SWVi Section ao-ee-ai, to the Board of Trustees of Drainage District No. ST. Board adjourned. Attest: ARTHUR HARRIS. Auditor. C. a. PATTON, Chairman, LEGAL NOTICE ASSIGNEE'S SALE STEVENS^SIIOE"6". W Auction sale of the, Stevens Shoe Co . erchsndlsa of about J8.0flo.00. and fl-tl lures, will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, subject to the approval of iu t court. Tho sale will b* held at the Stevens Shoe 'p. storo room, 105 North Federal Avenue lason city, Iowa, February 2s, 103) at 1 it. m. The 57th the store v.1 I be open for Inspection. ' A. H. E. MATTHEWS. Assignee. Your IncomeTax e B p No. 23. Deduction for Contributions Charitable contributions and gifts made by an individual are deductible within limitations provided by the revenue act. The organization to which the gift Is made must meet several tests. The corporation, trust, community chest, fund, or foundation must be operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals. No part of the organization's income may inure to the benefit of any private stockholder or individual. Contributions made to a missionary fund, church building fund, and for the benefit of other activities of the church are deductible. Pew rents, assessments, and dues paid :o churches are regarded as contributions. Gifts to a corporation or association organized or devoted to the advancement of learning are deductible. Gifts to an individual are not deductible, but if made to a charitable organization, as defined by the revenue act, may be deducted even though the organization distributes funds among the individual beneficiaries. Contributions made to the "United States, the District of Columbia, any State or Territory or political subdivision thereof, such as a city or town, for exclusively public purposes, are deductible; for example, a gift of real estate to a city to be used perpetually aa a public park is deductible. Also contributions to the special fund for vocational rehabilitation, to poets or organizations of war veterans and their auxiliaries in the United States, and to lodges, for religious, scientific educational, literary, or charitable purposes. In g-enernl, the deduction is limited to 15 per cent of the net income, exclusive of the contributions. Carnival Planned by Congregational Church for Tuesday Tuesday evening the Sunday school of the First Congregational church will present an all-church carnival, the proceeds of which will go for the support of the Sunday school. A dinner will be served at 0 o'clock by the women of the church, after which both parents and children will join in the recreative activities, which are many and varied. An old fashioned style revue, with music and readings, will be staged by a group of high school girls under the direction ,of their leader, Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney. A feature of the evening's entertainment will be the puppet show under the direction of Miss Mada- ynne Powell and Don Sobieske. Other features will bo movies, ping- jong, a doll show, wrestling and Boxing matches, grab bag and a "ortune teller. The general committee in charge is Mra. Ray Clough, Mrs. L. A. Moore, Mrs. Dorothy Carr Hosteller and Lester Dibble. Assisting the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Walter SrlclcBon, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Baren, Mrs. P. L. Hudson. Mrs. E. H. Vagncr, Mrs. John Vance, Mrs. Clarence Burretts, Mrs. Henry Steinberg, Miss Helen Van Sickle, iliss Elizabeth Mills and Roger Paton. Sieg-Mason City Sales Organization Attends Minneapolis Meeting C. E. Leffler, manager of the Sleg-Mason City company, 315 South Federal avenue, took his five ·salesmen to Minneapolis Saturday :o attend a sales meeting of the Globe Union Manufacturing com- any, which makes Globe storage J shall cause to he pnld to . c p the County Treasurer t,t Cfrro C:onlo C o u n y , lo-A-n, the sum of 512. 1M on or before t h e 1st day of July, 1931, then the County atteries for all purposes. The 193-1 Helling plans and adver tising features were presented anc lisctissed throughout the day. Thi oca! salesmen attending the meet ng at the factory branch office an G. A. Hawkins, P. D. Wiley, O. C Hanson, F. C. Smith and William T Lane. Mr». Lcffler accompanied Mr Leffler and they visited in MInne apolia over Sunday. Runs for Mnyor Again. DES MOINES, Feb. 26. C.T1-- Mayor Dwight N. Lewis formally announced that he is a cmicliclHto for re-election as the city's chief executive. At the Hospitals Nelg Swan, W^ North Federal avenue, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operation. Anthony Joatandt, Muscatiue, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following n major operation. Mrs. Harvey Adams nnd Infant m, 930 Jefferson avenue nortn- 'est, were dismissed from the Story hospital Sunday. Lelnnd Kelly, 622 Monroe avenue luthwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a minor operation. Mrs. R. O. Hayter, 616 Jefferson /enue northwest, wns dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following treatment. Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Clear _,ake, was admitted to the Mercy hospitnl Sunday for treatment. Allen Bull, Mason City, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sat- irday following; a minor operation. Ralph Cobecn, Manly, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a minor operation. Herbert Goepel, Britt, wag ad- litted to the Park hospital Sunday for a major operation. Mabel Christensen, Convith, wag dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Mrs. Bernard F. Blisa, West Bend, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following a major operation. Mrs. C. J. McClung, 410 Massachusetts avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital iunday following a minor operation. Mrs. M. Wendell Quinlan and Infant son, 215 Thirteenth Place northeast, were dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday. A son weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen, 419 Fourteenth street southeast, Sunday at the / Mercy hospital. Warren Bates, Mason City, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following treatment. Mrs. Leo Phillips, Waukon, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. OLSONRlSFOR GOVERNOR AGAIN Files Early to Quiet Rumors He Plans to Enter Race for Senate. ST. PAUL,, Feb. 26. W)--Gov Floyd B. Olson today flled re-election, at the same time issuing a statement definitely eliminating himself as a possible Candida te for the United States senate. "I am filing for governor today in advance of the contention of the farmer-labor association," the governor said in his statement, "in order to confirm my repeated past declarations that it has been and ia my intention to run for governor and not for senator." NO RELIEF FUNDS FOR SCHOOL AID Hopkins Claims Educational Problems Should Have Separate Handling. WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. tfr-- The use of relief funds for school aid was opposed before the house education committee today by Harry L. Hopkins, CVVA administrator. "I do not believe relief should have anything- to do with schools," Hopltins told the committee at its hearing on a number of proposals for educational relief this term and next year. He opposed particularly a measure by Representative CoV lins fdemocrat. Mlsw.) to make $50,000,000 of civil works funds available for schools between now and June 30. The administrator said relief so far hnd been used to give unemployment relief to teachers and not to keep schools open. He said from 15,000 to 20.000 teuchera already were on CWA rolls. "Relief to schools," Hopkins udd- ed, "should be a direct appropriation on the merits of need. We need all of the $850,000,000 allowed us for the specific purposes for ivhich it was appropriated." Fessenden and Donagan Win Y. M. Hatchet Hunt Glenn Fessenden, 315 Ninth street northeast, won first in the pioneer division in the hatchet hunt held Saturday afternoon for Y. M. C. A. boys. He found 01 paper hatchets. Junior Law, 1410 East State, and Kenneth Beckman, 903 President avenue southwest, tied for second with 52. Among: the Friendly Indians, Carrol Donagnn, 801 Jackson avenue southwest, was first witli 52, Wayne Anderson, 124 First street northeast, with 43. Winners in each division finding- the most paper hatchets received a hatchet. For the Pioneers, the hatchets were hidden in East park and for the Friendly Indians, In West park. SOME WOMEN ALWAYS ATTRACT You want to be bcaullful. You want the tireless energy, fresh complexion and pep of youth. Then let Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets help free your system of the poisons caused by clogged bowels and torpid liver. For 20 years, men and women suffering from stomach troubles, Vlmples, listlossness and headaches have taken Dr. Edwards Olive Tab-, leta, a successful substitute for calomel, a compound of vegetable Ingredients, known by their oiivoi color. They act easily upon the bow, e!3 without griping-. They help cleanse the system and tone up tho liver. If you value youth and Its many gifts, take Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets nightly. How much better you will feel--and look. 15c, 30c, 60c. 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