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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 11, 1931
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I FEBRUARY 11 1931 eh This Pa^e for MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD RATES. Fifteen cents a line first insertion. ' Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent insertion. to Seven insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70c per column inch each insertion. A. discount of 15 per cent will ba allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the [TM e °' 'nation or not later than 24 hours thereafter Answers to blind advertisements mus t be addressed to the f 1 " stated in the ad, caro ol the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the- Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those ^Inserting -blind Ixst and Found-- Help Wanted, Male-- .Buys in Used Cars WANTED--Shoemaker. Phone 710. WANTED--Married man, with boy 10 or over, to work on farm. Must be experienced, responsible and Have reference from former employer. Write S-ll, Globe-Gazette. For Rent, Rooms-FOR RENT-- 3 lignt housckeepin- rms. 915 N. Fed. FOR RENT--Bedrm. 224 VV. Stale. Help Wanted,' Female-- WANTED-Exp. girl for - general housework. 23 Beaumont drive. WANTED-Girt for general housework, days only. Ph. 633. Salesmen Wanted-- - ,,,» ° ver 25 for Permanent well paid position. See Mr. McManus, Park Inn. after 6 p. m. 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 slpg. rms. 109 S. Penn. Ph. 1710W. FOR RENT--Unfurn. light hskpg. rooms. 936 N. Delaware. FOR RENT--1 furn. hskpg. room. Private entrance. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskp" rooms. Phono 2917-J. WANTED--Young men 18 to 21 for aaleswork to travel with managnr about $2o per week. Call at 202 M ·. A. Bldg. LOST TUESDAY EVE Hand tooled billfold valued as a ·hnif 6 ?! " i h ° y VV ' 1U Wndly 3 return billfoldland other contents to the j Wonderful opportunitv to r\*M -Globe-Ga*clt e or to 1121 3rd S. W. party. For interview tee Mr. *£" 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 Citv "UfnnH-*vf n l ______ i_ . . . . ·* " NO QUESTIONS ASKED LOST Folding 1A Kodak with Carrying Case and Exposure Meter between Hanford Hotel and three miles north of city. Write 1701 FOSHAY TOWER cher at Hanford -Hotel, Wednesday or Thursday. Minneapolis Liberal Reward. Minnesota FOR KENT 3 furn. housekeeping: rooms, outside entrance, large gnrden PHONE 1309 FOH KENT Well turn. slpg-. room. Call after 7 p. m. APT. 9, 3191/ 2 N. FED. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Mod. heated 4 rm. du- plpx apt. and garage. 2113J. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt. Ph 2329J. 116, 7th N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J. B. Youne-blond. Ph a« FOR RENT--4 and D rm. furn. apts. m Marvyl apts. Ph. 2051. Household Goods-FOR SALE--Light oak libraryTabTe in good condition. 302 Ninth S. E. FOR SALE--Gas stove with cooking plate. Saves gas. Cheap. Ph. 3445-J. FOR SALE--Slightly used Acorn electric range. 220 Seventh N. E. FOR RENT--Mod. apt.. 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy bods. Call 210. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT-4 rm. apt. with bath, heat and water furnished; heated garage. Inquire 19 Ninth St. N. E. FOll RENT--Well furnished apt. wi.h private bath. 30 Ninth St. N. E, FOR RENT--Two warm slpg. rms. close in. Phone 3345-W. FOR RENT--Furn. front hskpg. or slpg. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. HERE'S BIG MONEY' Sell "Pow ' dered Silk Hand Soap. Enormous demand. Beats all competition; repeats constantly. Sample free. J O. Adams Co. Boone, Iowa. FOUND--2 other gloves and 1 fur mitten. 1 lady's fur trimmed glove, 1 man's black kid glove. Call 3800. Money to Loan-- -- on-- _D1AUONDS-FURN1TURK.AUTOS-SAI,AKY No Publicity NO Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Natl. Bk, Salesladies-- RELIABLE SALESLADIES Wanted, over 20 years of age. Part or full time work. Write T-9, Globe-Gazette. RENT -- Nice sleeping room, 23 P!fth St ' N ' w FOR RENT--Desirable furn. ro; with kitchenette. 130 5th W. E. FOR RENT--2 nicely furn. rooms m beautiful mod. home. Youn- men only. Close to business district. Very reasonable. Write X-ll Globe-Gazette. WONDERFUL invention prevents shoulder straps slipping. Representatives 57 daily possible. Sample furnished. L. V. Co., North Windham, Conn. Trade or Exchange-EDUCATIONAL institution of 25 years' standing desires to increase its real estate foundation thru the 'i IOANS Household I Phone 412 i ac 1 uisitio11 * income property in tnone 4lxi exchange for annuity contracts; lib era! terms on good clear property in city or country; unquestioned security. Write Z-30, Globe-Gazette FOR RENT--Mod. hskpg. rms everything furnished. 128 9th NW. FOR RENT--Single furn. hskpg. room and slpg. room. 32 6 N. W. For Sale, Livestock-- POLAND CHINA BKOOD SOWS Good individuals, 200 to 400 Ibs., March and April farrow. Bred to FOll IJENT Close en and very pleasant 2-rooin npt. and bath. Furniture for sale to renter at big savings. HOLT'S CAFETERIA 25 First St. Souitieast FOR RENT--Four room heated apartment $25.00. Telephone 2357. For Rent, Farms-- SELLING Three bedroom suites, rugs, curtains, bookcase, davenport table, droplcnf table, dining room set, gas stove, ice box, kitchen tables, chairs, thirty volumes New International Encyclopedia, large mcillclno cabinet, hall mirror, all in good condition at sacrifice. 707 N. WASH. AVE. PH. 2876 Poultry and Eggs-- FOB SALE--Pure bred White Koclt Cockerels. Standard weight. Price reasonable. Mrs. Kate Mammon, Kensett, Iowa. Phone Y6. 17' USED CARS of MERIT *925Ford Coupe with box . ..$ 4 U 1923 Dodge Sedan, new Urea . . $ 7 0 1927 Whippet 6-cyl. Sedan, like new S28'5 -1927 Whippet 4-cyl. Sedan ".".'.$175 1924 Ford Tudor, balloons ... .S 50 1926 Chevrolet Coupe, good motor ... $12* 1929 Whippet 6-cyl. Coach.'very good §483 1928 Falcon-Knight Coach .'."$385 1925 Ford Tudor, balloons s 75 1929 Chevrolet Coach, just like new $385 1928 Whippet 4-cyl. Cab. Coupe $275 Seo tho new 1931 Willys 6 and 8 and Willys-Knight now on display. Price reduced from $170 to $700 HATHORN AUTO CO. PHONE 4*7 and 448 .Each Day (K . I A PLEASANT home for married couple to raise poultry on shares Man "to help on farm when needed. Write Globe-Gazette Y-7. FOll BENT 71 acres, 3 mi. so. and / 2 mi. cast of city. CHAS. BOYD AND UptoSSOO I 1 . 1 . 1 -- .'Automobiles REPAY IN I TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. Z04-5-8 Weir Bldjj. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 For Sale, Miscellaneous-FOR SALE--KAY. Ph. 1435W. FOR SALE--Between 500 and 60C bushels of good yellow corn Phone 12YJ, Clear Lake. . OR SALE--Pieced double wedding ring quilt. Phone 654W. M O N E Y F O R A L L P D H P O S E S Loaned on your Auto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced 911 smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 New Jackson Bell Midget radio, screen grid, tone control, fully guaranteed, bargain. 230 1st N E Ph 97G. POTATOES Extra fine quality, Graded U. S. No. .1, $1.00 liii. 23 So. IMonroe PHONE 2671W We Deliver FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street Situations Wanted-- For Rent, Houses-Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. EXP. FARM HAND wants place until April 1 or for j season. PHONE 654W FOR RENT--4 rm. house, garage, good garden; cheap. Inquire forenoons, 601 Third St. N. E. GIRL WANTS to care for children nights. Ph. 2191W. Married man wants job on farm. Experienced. Sixth St. S. E. Annis Nelson, (539 Widow with daughter in H. S. wishes hakp. in city. 117 N. Monroe. WOMAN wants hour 3906. work. Ph. FOR. RENT Fine home near Mercy hospital. MORRIS REALTY CO. FOR RENT--Strictly mod. 8 rm. house. Newly finished inside. Suitable for 2 families. Ph. 3351 or 626. HOUSE TO RENT in B. O Ph 2321J. Brltt Big Mogul A-G9289. W. FKIEDOW SON Iowa FOR SALE Piggy sows. Cholera immune. Can be seen nt the Indian Head Farms warehouse, 19th St. S. W. GEORGE LAUERBEUG PHONE 836 For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR KENT ICO A. farm located four miles north 1 and one mile '.vest of Grafton, two miles east and one mile north of Bolun, NWi/j Sec. 12 Twp. 99 R 19, Worth- County, Iowa. Good new barn,- good house. Land in a good state of cultivation. Kent: Cash rent of §4.00 per acre for approximately ·1!) acres of 11113- and pasture land. One half of corn and 2-5 of small grain delivered to market free of charge by tenant. Will lease for u term of years to suitable party. Give reference, amount of sto«ii equipment, etc., in first letter. Address II. W. V.'INGERT Cedar Kapiils i ou . a . Care of Cedar Life Ins. Co. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right prici- and favorable terms. Pb. 3414 w H. Briar. FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. FOR SALE Day's famous flock of Buff Orping- tons. 23 years of breeding for exhibition and egg production. Have produced winners at Chicago, Madison Square Garden, Kansas City and many other National Shows. Incubators, Brooders, Fountains, Feeders. Entire flock und all equipment for Dumont sale at a sacrifice price. DH. H. B. DAY BUFF ORPINGTON cotkcreJs, 8 to 9 Ibs. Hatching eggs in season. 7 miles west of Klemme. Floyd Friedow, Knnawha, Iowa. 3 WHITE Orp. Cockerels, 51,50 each. Wm. Guest, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Buff Leghorn laying pullets, 75c. each. Phone 1302. Auto Accessories Wearing^ Apparel--- See me for your next SUIT or TOPCOAT. Richman Bros, salesman 16 years in this territory. A. D. Underwood, 416 N. Penn., Mason City, Iowa. / ' Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service-MASON CITY BATTERY AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTERIES S5.n5 And Vonr rtlrt Ballcry !04 SECOND S. W. PHONE 38S Beauty Shops- NELLIE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Permancnts, Marcels and Finger waves Our Specialty 9'/ 2 West State Phone 51 Contractors-- ftl. M BARGAINS '30 Ford Tudor, like new ..... $465 '28 Chevrolet Coacli, g-ood one $285 '28 Whippet Coupe, new rubber $225 '20 Ford Pickup, extra good ..$285 '25 Ford Roadster, nice ...... $ 40 '25 Essex Coach ............ $ 0 5 '27 Essex Coach, good ....... S125 Late Dodge Sedan, like new . . 5205 '29 Nash Sedan, a bargain. ...$405 '29 Ford Tudor, only ......... $335 PRICES INCLUDE '31 LICENSE 20 Others, All -Makes and Models COME HERE AND BUY FOR. LESS We Trade -- Easy Terms Larsen Auto Market Tn Bliljr. With U-Drive-It Co. 2nd St. S. E. Legal Notices NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In District Court, January Term, of 1931. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4057 To All Wliom It May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jacob Nissen deceased, dated July 12, 192S, having been this day filed, opened and read, Iowa Monday the 8th day of March, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock p. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will arid Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, Feb. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court. By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF FOREIGN EXECUTORS STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, KS. No. 4052 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been duly appointed and qualified as Foreign Executors of the estate of James B. Schermerhorn, deceased, late of Hennepin County, Minnesota. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. PAPAL BROADCAST WEIGHER ACTION FOR INJURIES IS TRIAL HERE America will hear the voice of Pope- Pius XI, on Feb. 12, tho ninth anniversary of his coronation. Ho will make the initial broadcast from the Vatican's first radio station, extolling- tho progress of science and its relation to tho church. Senator Giifrllelmo Marconi, who will IIR welcomed into the Pupal Academy of Science, .supervised hc installation of this broadcasting station. Ho also will speak. Phone 3993 Always Open ·l.Thiral llulljlnu 'ontructnr» lr »*''·«! Alteration IVnih Small Orders llanrllcit I'mmpllv in. i-re«. Ave. I'hrmo «H7 FOR RENT--5 room bungalow. Ph 1196. WOMAN WANTS WORK by hour. Phone 1776-W. JOHN BUCKLIN, single, wants ·irork on farm for summer. Call or write Roy Badker, Clear Lake, Iowa. Services Offered-ASHES rubbish removed. Ph. 2068. FOR RENT--4 rm. house, $16 pet month. Phone 837. Wanted to Buy-WANTED TO BUY--Heavy, collapsible, baby buggy. Ph. 33S1. WANTED--Used stroller or sulky cart. Ph. 3763. UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. WANTED--Used washing machines to trade in on new washers. Ph. PHONE 3538,1 J. DAHLSTROM Paper hanging and Painting. Let us estimate your work HOCSEKEEPING--Day work, or practical nursing, by experienced ivhitc woman. Write W-9, Glohc- finzctte. Paper'g., palnt'g. Stewart. 2835W. PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777. WASHINGS done 2521W. reasonably. Ph. Wanted, Miscellaneous-WANTED--Good home for young bird dog. 1631 W. Pres. 17. Pailor- J. 0. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits S35 to $7 Opposite Hnnford Hotel Pli. US Funeral Directors-- McAULEY FUNERAL HOME 8 South Adams Phone 651 PATTERSON F U N E R A L HOME Ambulance Service S22 N. WiuhliiKlon Phone 114 It Radio Service-- FOH 'SALE--Hotel, county sent town, on two paved highways, 28 rooms, running water, attractive price to settle nn estate. Write T-10, Globe-Gazette. PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios Phone SS5 7 2nd St. S. W--It. C. Blclg. BADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR FOR SAJ.E Local cigar store and pool hull. Stock will invoice about $2800. Fixtures about $1200. Doing good business. KEHM LAND CO. PH. 827 FOR SALE--Beauty shop- 4'.', E State. _ · " ' Educational Opportunities MAIL CLERKS--Carriers. $1700 to $2300 year. Men 18-45. Steady work. Common education sufficient. ?'·( Paid vacation. Sample examination coaching and full particulars free. Apply today sure. Write Y-4, Globe- Gazette. For Sale or Rent-- W a n t e d o e n t -WANT 4, 5 or 6 room bungalow or house. Might consider a downstairs unfurnished apartment. Must be clean, warm and rent reasonable. Wrlto Y-1I, GLOBE-GA/ETTE WANTED TO RENT One-quarter section, shares. Write Z-5, GLOBE-GAZETTE I WANTED TO KENT-- Farm up to FOR SALE OR RENT-5 rm. mod. bungalow. 1211 N. Adams. I fin.-ri\tii-. Specialists in Repairing Uadio and electric appliances. PHONE 489 4th St. N. E. und N. Federal CAFES COZY INN CAFE Meals i.ijI Short Orders Homo Madn Bread and Pastry 933 East State Mrs. Muynard's Special cakes fro special occasions. Home-made angol food, Lady Baltimore, etc., baked on onlnr. 920 N. Federal Phone 3397 Barber Shops-- B. 671iiA~RBE~R~SH6p~~~ UNION SHOP Experienced Ritrbcrs Corner Federal and I4th Northwest Repair Work-- HARRY A. WALTER "" SPEEDWAY GARAGE «03 S. Pres. Ave. (Irnrral Kriralr SVnrli anil NtnrUKfl--sprdnl- I'lnR on (Mklnml nntl I'nilClai-. OnTM mc- nlltKJ and KmiJuy niornlllK. Day und NI B M Urcclilns Srrvlra. I'rlcc* in rrnalrlni; ,,,,[! u-rtckjnir ncrvlrn irclticcj during JatmHry. All \\orU iriinninlTiJ, PHONE 1106 Chiropodist-- JOHN'tTR CHIROPODIST OtricY! now open with ull tho latest methods of procedure. 81B 1st Natl. Bank Bldj;. Office phone 331: residence phnne 844. Service Stations -- SERVICE STATION Diamond Gasoline and 7BO Motor Oils. I'honn 182 82G E. State Petitls' Diamond Service Station Diamond Gasoline anil 7fi!) Motor Oils Phono 763 Cor. Washington and 2nd St. S. W. Used Automobiles-WE ISIIY-WK SELL-WE~TKAh~E Used Cars Exclusively flS. Del. 2nd St S. E. We Finance Time Payment Sales LAUSEN AUTO MARKET Amusements -- REPEAT BUSINESS IS WHAT WE DEPEND ON FOR THE FUTURE INCREASE OF OUR BUSINESS SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ANSWER THAT PROBLEM Last Year Our Sales Record Far Surpassed All Other Dealers and This Year It Will 15e Even Greater IT COSTS NOTHING TO LOOK AND* REMEMBER WE BUILT THE LARGEST AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS IN MASON CITY WITH A Guarantee that is more than conversation FOLLOW THE CROWD Sue Our Wonderful Values 35 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Most of Them Carry J'ISl License 10 TRUCKS Priced From $50 Up LIBEKAL TERMS Sdhiakea Motor FORD and LINCOLN ' Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of GIohc-Ga7.«tt« THE BUSIEST CORNER IN TOWN I'lyniouth, Iowa, every Monday. Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday. ·KTERSON .AND HEUMANSON Brick Contractors-Before you do an WORK call for information and intimates. MAX PKTKKSEN 'hone 10U7 2103 South Federal HENRY HKIOERICH Phone 8H78W 730 I5th Place N. E. Lap aimer's CLEANUP SPECIALS Ford '24 Coupe, '.SI lie Dodge '23 Sedan, 'SI lie $85 Essox '2« Coach, '31 lie §85 Dodjfn Cotipe, '31 lie. .$05 Ruiek '25 Touring, '31 lie $145 FLORENCE A. SCHERMERHORN and HENRY A. SHERMAN. Dated February 9, 1931. Smith and Feeney, Attorneys. S. H. MncPeak, Clerk District Court By--Margaret Riley, Deputy. NOTICE In the District Court of the Slate of Iowa, In and for Cerro Gordo County. In the Matter of the City Commercial Savings Bank, Mason City Iowa. To t h e Depositors, Creditors, Stockholders und All Persons Interested : You and each of you are herebv notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County. the Final Report of L. A. Andrew Receiver of the City Commercial Savings Bai.k of Mason City, Iowa, showing- all receipts and disbursements and final disposition made of the remaining assets. You are further notified that the Receiver herein asks in said Report that he be authorized to pay the Final Dividend and to deposit with the Clerk of the Court all funds of the Receivership which cannot be delivered to any person or persons whose places of residence or whereabouts arc unknown to this Re- "iver. You are f u r t h e r notified that the hearing on said Report has been fixed by the Court to be held at the Court House in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on the 28th clay of February, 1931, at 10 o;clock a. m., and that unless you appear thereto on or before said Earl Elijah and Thompson to Give Addresses at Meeting. A number ot prominent livestock marketing leaders are'scheduled to address the annual meeting of the North Iowa Livestock Marketing- association to be held at the Y. M C. A. Thursday at 1 o'clock. A free lunch will bo served before the opening of the meeting, during which music will be supplied by tho Rusty Hingo quartet. Elijah to Speak. Addresses will be given by Earl Elijah, Clarence, president of the Iowa livestock Marketing corporation; S. H. Thompson, Ames, livestock marketing specialist, and Knute Espe, Des Moines, secretary of the Iowa Livestock Shippers association. Reports will be presented by E C. Flatness, Northwood, treasflrei of the association, and H. M. Hall, Clear Lake, manager. George Ficken will report on the state convention. Discuss Market. Tho chief business of tha meeting will be the election of a board of directors of nine members. The voting power is held by one delegate from each of the 16 member associations. The officers are chosen by the board. A discussion on tho f u t u r o livestock marketing setup is also expected to take place. The present officers of Uie association are: T. R. Rcihins, Garner president; R. H. Holt, Clear Luke, vice president; E. C. Flatness, VorUuvood, secretary and treasurer; *. M. Hall, manaoror: and J. E. Corner, Swca City; George Winter, Lalcota; A. Matzen, Mason City; C. E. Biedei-man, Grafton, and George Ficken, Rockwell. Asks $1,348 From Railroad for Alleged Personal Injuries. The trial of the case of M D Welcher vs. tho Chicago and Northwestern railroad opened in Judge Joseph J. Clark's division of the district court Wednesday morning-. The major part of the forenoon was taken up with the selection of the jury and the opening statements of the attorneys, who were R- Boomhower for the plaintitt and Smith and Feeney of Mason Uity and James C. Davis of Davis McLaughlin and Hiae of Des Moines' for tho defendant. The plaintiff, who asks ?1 348 damages alleges that he was severely injured and his automobiles wrecked when the car was struck by a Northwestern engine on tha crossing at First street northwest on Nov. 5, 1930. Mr. Welcher contends further that the automobile was dragged a dis tance of lio feet on the cow catcher of the engine and that ho WHS thrown to tho ground with such force that ha suffered concussion 01 the brain, a wrenched back and other injuries. ,. T . h( r coll tention of th - e Plaintiff is that the engine was operating at a rate of 25 miles an hour and had no warning signal. The allegation is made that under the city ordinances no railroad vehicle is permitted to travel at a greater speed than 15 mile;i an hour. YNOLDS TALKS Mason Cityan Instructor at School Held at Iowa State College. -Howard D. Reynolds of Mason. ^.ity is one of the speakers at the thirty-seventh annual dairy short course which \ 3 being held this »T t ? tatc collcse at Amcs a total of 98 dairy produce men registered, the school has tho largest enrollment in history. Work is divided Vnto three programs, one for buttermakers and creamery managers, one for ice cream manufacturers and one for operators of market milk plants. A to h° nfa f Utt r' SCOTing contest, open U '" ttkers ""whera in tha AT THE HOSPITALS Billy Duncan, 1110 li South Federal avenue, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. datn and show cause, if there be any, why said report should not be unproved and said Receiver and Examiner in Chnrg-e released from all liability and discharged, that an Order will be made and entered as prayed by the applicant, f.Signed) L. A. ANDREW, Receiver City Commercial Savings Bank, Mason City, Iowa. R. F. dough, Attorney for Receiver. Hudson '26 Coach, '31 lln 51fi=j Chevrolet '27 Coupe, '31 lie. ..!jil85 CITY BRIEFS Essex '28 Coach, '31 lie $135 1EAL ESTATE-- tea! Estate -- Slramship Agency 12^ 2nd Street Northeast Telephone 305-1 Foril '26 Coupe, '31 lie $85 Hudson '25 Coach, '31 lie $85 PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $2.00 A \VEEK .See Us Tonight inner Motor Company "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER TN TOWN" Mrs. Mae Donukcr, a saleswoman for Damons, went to St. Louis Monday. Miss Mary Ann Ahmann of (he Mercy hospital office, left Tuesday for Ashton to attend the funeral of a niece. County Attorney Uoe Thompson, Auditor Arthur Harris and Charles Barlow, assistant county attorney, left for Des Moines Wednesday on business. Mose Sivartz, Des Moines, who is in charge of the advertising for the Palais Royal stores, was in Mason City Wednesday conferring with the manager of the local store, Miss Mabel Sherwood. Mrs. John. Pritcharcl, Britt, was admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. J. H. Knisley, Swaledule, was dismissed from Story hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs. Elmer Sheets, Britt, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a ma jor operation Wednesday. Percy, Aredale, wu- admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for a major operation. Miss Jaunita Bates, i02 Jack.son street, Charles City, was admittec to Park hospital for a. minor operation Tuesday. Miss .Tuanita Bates, 402 Jackson dismissed from Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Miss Carolyn Sondrol, Clear Lake who unJr|.vcnt ;i major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. H. A. Phillips, 325 Second street northeast, who underwent a minor operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. Leonard Olson, Hanlontown, w u ., admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for treatment. Mrs. George Riggles, Corwith, was admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for a major operation. Ralph Sullivan, Osage, who underwent a minor operation at Mercy hospital, was dismissed Tuesday Frank Crappn. Mason City, was dismissed from Merry hospital Tuesday following treatment. Herman Riekens, Bclmoml who underwent a minor operation at 1 ark hospital, was dismissed Tuesday. Verna Carothers, Garner, was dismissed from Mctry hospital Tuesday following treatment. It's a sure sign of a bad winter when California and Florida enjoy printing stories about one another's weather.-- Cediir Rapid* Gazette. T m H United States, is being held in connection with the short course Other speakers from outside tho college are Mark Thornburg, Iowa secretary of agriculture and F w Stephenson. Inspector, state depart- nit, ,°£ a ^ ric " 1L i"-e, Oelweln. Tho in nual banquet for the ahort light Wl!1 ba SOCIETY NEWS DIRECTS COMEDY DKAM.Y Mrs Inn. K . Trlssel | s directing Thla Way Out," a comedy drama , rama to be presented by the Drama Shop P ayers under the sponsorship of the St. R l t a society Monday evening in the high Hchool auditorium. Mrs. ollOp. is director of r i u m . Mrs. the Drama IHGALK-SMITH CRESCO, Feb. Jl.-MIss .Tuanita Smith and Wellington Bigalk, both of Cresco, were married at Immanuel Lutheran church by the pastor the Rev. F. Engelhart. They were attended by Miss Evelyn Houck of Livermore and Carl Bigalk of Cresco. The bride is a daughter of W. A. Smith of Cresco and a graduate of tiie Cresco high school of 102R. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bigalk of Albion township, on whose farm the couple will mnke its home. Lunch Room Proprietor Is Being Held in Jail William Petitt, Mason City, proprietor of a railroad lunch room, was arrested and charged with illegal possession of liquor Wednesday forenoon by sheriff's officers. Petitt was arrested following n search of his place which revealeil a gallon container about three. fourths full of liquor, officers said. He is being held in the county jail because of failure to procure a $1,000 brxall set by United States Com- miaaioner Stanley L. Haynea before whom Petitt appeared Wednesday forenoon. Two Men Are Fined $10 Each at Court Two men were fined ?10 and. costs at police court Wednesday morning on intoxication charges. Vernon Comstock, arrested at Second street and South Federal avenue Tuesday night, and Canton. Anderson were the men. Both ara from Mason City. David Elzel, Clear Lake, and E. G. Johnson, Kensett, each forfeited $.1 bonds' when they failed to appear to answer charges of speeding. ICtzel was arrested on North Federal ave- lue and Johnson at Fourth and South Federal avenue.

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