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DECEMBER 19 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver Index to Classified Agents Apta. for Rent . Amusements .... Auto Accessorle: Autos for Sale .. A u t o Storage... Auto Trucks ... wto Repairing ,. Beauty Parlors .. Board, Room ... Bide- Materials .. Business L o e a - tlon Business Oppor- (unities 29 C a f e s , Restaurants n Card of Tbanks Chiropodists ... Chiropractors so instruction 30 43 Insurance 11 10 16 49 13 37 7 Investment 83 In Memorlara ..A 2 T9 Job Printing .... 20 A70 Laundries 21 8U livestock for Sala 62 81 Location \Vanted fift Lost and Found 6 Lots for Salft ... 48 Machinery ...... 54 Milk 22 Misc. for Sale ,. fi5 Mlac. for Kent ., 06 Money to Loan 8 Mortgages 0 .1 Monuments A 4 2 Moving. Storaga as ;3 Musical Inetr. ... fiS I Nursery Stock ... 51 Clean e rs. Dyers IS Office a (or Ren t 63 Cotta« A4H O f f i c e Equlpt- ... 64 Death Notices ... 1 Osteopaths .. l DOE'B. Birds, "eta 03 Paintlns, Decor. 24 Educational Op- Personals J-,- · · · » portunllles 40 Photographers.,, Electrical Service 61 Plumbing, Htg... Employment Ser- Poultry, Eggs .. vice . . . . . . . A 3 U Radio Supplies .. Farms for Sale ., 50 Real Kstate Wtd. tiO Farms for Rent - ,A5Q Rooms for Rent Farm Machinery 5% Salo or Trado Florists 4 Sala OT Rent Funeral Directors 5 Salesladies » , Fu r3 19 Salesmen ... Garago for Hcnt GS Seeds, Feeds Uarage for Sale 6t) Sen,-. Oifeted A3S A47 34 35 2' .A33 Money to Loan CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swarner. 207V 3 N. Fed. Ph. 177. Gardens 41 Gifts 60 Help W a n t e d With Inv 30 Help W a n t e d , Femala 31 Uelp W a n t e d , Male 82 Help W a n t e d , Male, Female..A3B Sides, Wool. Furs W Household Goods 73 Houses for Salo 47 Houses for ' Rent 46 Situation Wtd. Stationery Stocks Summer Cottages 07 Swap Service ... SiS Travel Bureau' ..A Trade or Exch. .. 42 Upholstering .... 50 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 Wtd., ill»e A75 Wtd. to Rent ... 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Use Our C o m p l e t e Personal Finance Service To clean up your bills To buy the thing you need now. To reduce your present payments. TINE'S will loan you up to $300 for that purposu C. L. Pine Loan Company Phono 224 204 Weir Bldg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bank "Large enough to serve you. small enough to kEOW you." Death Notices BLOOM, Sam, 63, died at his home, 622 North Jefferson avenue, 5:30 p. m. Monday after a lew weeks' illness. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Joe o£ Algona, Alex o£ St. Paul, and two daughters, Bertha and Florence, both at home. The body was taken to Minneapolis where burial was made this morning. KOHL, Marcla Cotton, 7 years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kohl, died of pneumonia at 3 o'clock Tuesday morning at the home of her parents, 807 Washington avenue northwest. She Is survived by her parents, one brother, Harrison, two sisters, Kathryn and Pricilla, all at home. Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Thursday morning at St. John's Episcopal church. The body is at the Randall Funeral home. McCOMB, Katherine Gerber, 75, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Crawford, 618 Third street southeast, about 11:30 o'clock Monday morning. Local funeral services will be held at the Randall . _neral home at 9:30 Wednesday morning-. The body will be taken to Webster City for burial. TAYLOR, John M., 74, 512 North £b Federal avenue, died Sunday eve- *?iing^atou t-frfSG-o^loefc-from-a coronary embolism. Funeral services Will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the McAuley Funeral home. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Card of Thanks WISHING to express the most heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our many friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy during my recent bereavement. MRS. W.' A. OWEN Funeral Directors ^^-^i^^-j-^-^-^^^^-^-^--*-^-*--*'-^-'^-^ McAULE'X Funeral Home--Com plete service day and ight 8 South Adams. Phone 651. MEYER FUNERAL HOME--De pendable service. 243 Fifth streel S. K Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu lance service. 104 3rd St. N. E Ph. 511. C. B. Snipps. H. B. Major Florists M O N E Y T SEEKERS IDE GIFTS for HIM Full line of CIGARS, CIGARBTS and CANDIES in attractive Christmas gift packages. FORD-HOPIONS CO. ;fj^. Wo lend money to paj bills, meet emergencj expenses or for any other worthwhile purpose. tVUTO LOANS made in a few hours. Interest charged only for actual time money is used. No extra charge. You need not hesitate to see us f money is needed. We nre always glad to explain our plan. Consoll- lat all your obligations into one account with one small payment each month. See us today. United Financial Co. , F. M. HUfllPHKEV, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door \V. Phono 1414 of Adams Drug Men's and Boys' Boot Sox. All wool sweater knit. Only 49c TRADEHOME SHOE STORE Give him something to w'ear INTERWOVEN SOX for instance 50c to 51. Others at 3 for 75c. GILDNERS Shoe skates, fishing tackle, golf clubs, tennis rackets and guns. ALL IDEAL GIFTS for him, from IASON CIT* SPORTING GOODS Autos ior Sale 79 USED CARS $97 £ «P*i I O GIFTS FOR THE HOME GIFTS for HER Big line of MANICURE SETS com- Ietc from 75c to $50. Peu and pencil sets at specially low prices. HUXTABLE DRUG 1931 HUDSON DE LUXE SEDAN, like new 1932 CHEVROLET COACH, very clean; hot water heater 1930 FORD COACH, very good 1929 \VHIPPET COACH, Karikeen trunk; good at 1927 CHEVROLET COACH, nice one Come in and look these good used cars over. Liberal Terms. Open Evenings and Sundays. CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE Tom SB. miner hays Co. How much CASH will you have 10 years from now? See Investors Syndicate ad Colliers, American. C. N. CHAMBERS, Dist. Mgr. HAVE MONEY for Christmas 1934 by banking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENTS SI-GO complete. Slmmpoo, finjjer- wnvo 75c. I'art dry tingcrwave 35c. Marcel sue. Annex Permanent Wave Sliop 2121/j N. Fed. Ave. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Exper. waitress. No phone calls. Princess Cafe. WANTED--Housekeeper more for home than wages. Write W-ZO, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Permanent wave operator. Start to work before Jan. 1. Good proposition for capable operator,-Your letter--strictly confidential. Write H-19, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Man to do janitor work for board and room. Write L-16, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 RMS. Papered 51. Hyde. 2119W. WANTED--Work of any kind. 1S90. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Salesmen 35 WANTED--Exp. salesmen to present salary continuance programs. Our presentation works. Act quick. These positions will soon be filled. Exc. territory. Ph. 3234W between G and 7 Tuesday and Wednesday. SALESMAN Wanted for Cerro Gordo county. Steady employment, no layoffs. Car required. Ask S. F. Baker Co., Keokuk, Iowa. IN the hour of joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembleg. Ph. 55. Business Location 31 FOR SALE--Service station building and equipment located in town of 3000. Priced reasonably if sold at once. Write Y-19, Globe-Gazette. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone ana Alon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals WOMEN look and feel years younger in an Individually designed corset. Ph. 3856J. 119 Vi E. State. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Part Police and Alaskan Spitz dog. Black and brown, wide white ring around neck. Reward. Ph. 1239W. LOST--Red and white-faced steer, about 500 Ibs. Ph. 2265W. Money to Loan S OUK NEW LOAN PLAN $50 FOR S5.25 FOR 6 MOS. Courfconft Bnd confidential service. Ask any one of our 1.000 flatlitflrrl cuMnmera. Ev- perlencrtl loan cnnnMlor In chnrcr SECURITY LOAN COMI'ANY 321 1st Nat'l Rk. Bidg. Ph. 4 1 3 M O N E Y --for-- rUKPOSES We make cosh loans up to $300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars Refinanced nnd Payments Reduced HOME TXAN FINANCE CO 2nd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. Swap Service 3£ Three times or teas offering a "SWAP" costs Dothmg 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. Tho Globe-Gazette retains the right to discontinue ad after three days. SWAP--Clear north shore cottage Clear Lake for residence or acre age in Mason City. Write EE-18 Glohe-Gazette. SWAP--New 5 tube elec. midge radio for small elec. refrigerator HH-19, Glohe-Gazette. SWAP Complete set of beet machin ery for ewes or cows. Write NN 19, Glohe-Gazette. SWAP--Studcbaker. 1925, good, fo late model console radio. Writ 11-19, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Young grade Hereford bul coming 2 yrs. old for older whit face hull. HH-1S, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--$1000 equity in mod. hous S. W. Mason City for good lat model car. DD-18, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Victor Victrola and B7 g records for what have you ? Writ MM-16, Glone-Gnzotte. SWAP--Corn for a Black Angu bull calf, 5 or 8 months. Write GC -16, Globe-Gazette. HOUSE SUPPERS, the gift omfort for Father, Husband Brother--69c to ?2.4S MILLER-JONES CO. A very large assortment of Beautiful BLANKETS at money-saving prices. Get our prices before buying. SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE 'he SUPREME Expression of re- ·ard, a GRUEN WATCH. A practi- al gift that's sure to please. Priced rom $29.75. W. H. POTTS, Jeweler IPTS F'OR THE CHILDREN Skates - Skiis - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINDQUIST'S .20 S.. Federal Phone S31 BELDINGS' CARMELCRISP SHOP til E. State. Carmelcrisp, buttered jopcorn, homemade fudge, crvndy, gum, magazines. ·WH7 NOT A V. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS?" Contributing--550.00 and up. Sustaining--$25.00. Senior--515.00--21 years and up. Regular--$10.00--18 years to 21. High school--55.00 to 57.00. ' Grade school--53.00. Everything- for Christmas DiSCOR- ATIONS at reasonable prices THE FLOWER SHOP 1(5 First St. S. E. Christmas Special, NESSELRODE PUDDING, quart -10c, pint 20c. BIRDSALL, ICE CREAM CO. 518 N. Fed. 021 S. Fed. Why not give something that will last and last and last? We have "Gifts of Utility" for all. MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. Try the Now Coal ECONOMY CHUNKS $7.50 W. B. BLOCK COAL CO., Ph. 563 THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send yoiir friends this newspaper as a Christmas gift. A gift that lasts the whole year 'round. Just tell us to whom It goes and we will do tlie rest. GLOBE-GAZETTE PH. 3800 When you are STUMPED think of FLOWERS. The appropriate gift for all. Strictly fresh, home grown stock. KEMBLES. 5,000 pieces sample costume Jew- elrv sale 69c to 98c. Rock crystal 36 "inch, ?3.i)j. BLANCHARDS 4 South Federal A Gift thai PLEASES as well as LASTS LORRAINE STUDIO 210 Weir Bldg. All odd fancy CHINA at J ,» price Beautiful Items 25e, COc and $1.00 ' IOWA TEA COMPANY E. STATE What more ideal and lasting gift for Christmas than a WRIST WATCH or a diamond RING from RAY SENEYS' Real lounging comfort! Corduroy pajamas, smartly styled, variety ol colors at ?3.88. J. C. PENNEY CO, Inc. 116 SOUTH DELAWARE PHONE 1212 GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE Try Hie HAWKEYE CLUB for delicious small, T-bouc or porterhouse steak dinners MONOGRAMKD GIFT STATIONERY ?1--50 sheets, 25 env. Ph. 871 CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO. RUSSELL STUDIO Phone 2272 J. C. PENNEx BUILDING Monogramed stationery. Leather billfolds 51.00 up. Gold lettered name or initial. KLIPTO LOOSE-LEAF CO. Sale or Trade A3 8 FOR Ford for livestock. lobe-Gazette. Write Z-1D, Rooms ior Rent 44 '-- 3 'rooms. Ph. "l027JTM FOR RENT--Lt. hskpg rms., 1st fl. 1460J, 20 -Jth N. W. FOR RENT--2 or 3 unfurn. Hhskg. rme. Adults. 309 E. Slate. FOR RENT--Light hskg. rms. 312 3 S. W. FOR RENT--2 ]gc. mod, warm furn. hskg. rms. Information 322 3 N. E. FOR RENT--Furn. mod. light hskg. or slpg. rms. 220 7 N. E. For Rent--2 rms., close in. 1831LW FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.lSOO 320 S Del. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--i rm. mod. npt. 38R. FOR RENT--1 rm. apt., furn. or unfurn. J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 3G. KIKK APARTMENTS --Furnished or Unfurnished-Now Available 2-3-4 room Apartments All completely remodeled and redecorated. Special service features PHONE 111 FOR RENT--South front apt., walnut and maple furniture. Kitchen in green and ivory. Clean and warm. 672 E. State after 6 p. m. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--i rm. house,. Crescent Drive, 515 mo. Phone 72-1. FOB RENT Six rms., close In, pool condition $21 Six rms. furnished, pas hcnt ..$35 Seven rms., close In, very attractive S-ll A. M. SCHANKE COMPANY Tlionc 1308 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. bung., close in. Inrj. 411 E. State. FOR RENT--Mod. 6 rm. hsc. with 1 acre of ground. 1220 E. State. Ph. SB or 1289. FOR RENT--I rm. mod. hung. 2477, FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house 1711 S. Del. 522.50 per month Beck Brothers. Houses for Rent 46 FOl R E N T l ~ FOR RENT--Mod. house, clone in. Call at 322 1 N. E. Albert Gildner. FOR RENT--H rm, mod. home. 516 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. FOR RENT--Mod. homes at $10, 518, $20, 525, 530 and S3. r i. See them. W. L. Fatten, 100 East State. FOR RENT--By Jan. 1, mod. 5 rm. bungalow. M. J. Haaheim. Ph. 999. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Lots for Sale 48 BF.ST CASH Offer takes beautiful lot, -10x129 Midland Heights on easy payments or what have you? Write F-10. Globe-Gazette. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--1 No. 2 hole Snndwick corn shelter, mounted on trucks, lerro Gordo Implement Co. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE -- 2 Guernsey cows, heavy springer, -1 yrs. old $30 each. Walter Neuberger. Rockford. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries, love bird3 and finches. 510 5 S. W. Ph. 1895. FOR SALE--Boston Terrier 1 yr. old. 627 N. Fed. FOJl SALE Love birds, canaries, some clnna mons. Mrs. Porter Clear Luke FOR SALE--Wil-clmtrecl Fox Terriers. 732 N. Penn. Ph. 2078J. FOR SALE--Canaries. 221 8 S. E. FOR SALE--Singing Canaries. Ph. 1667. :!21 N. Del. Misc. for Sale 55 lUG ^-ELLOW I'OI'COUN for Mile lit PROCTOR'S :it 5 cents a III IVJII deliver 10 I!)*-, or more. Cull I51I7 «r see us nt 15th and Ky. S. E. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just trv one ton ALLISON COAL I'hme 431 Misc. for Sale 55 HEAVY"MATS~~ SIZE lHi/,.x','J 2cEACH These Dry Mata ure excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, wcathcrboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. Wo have over 000 which may be bought for only 2 centa each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Phonograph and records, $·!. 610 S. Pollc. 50 1,000 CHRISTMAS TBKES 2 foot size, 10 cents. Any size, 5 cents per foot. EAIU.'S 'FIltJIT CO., 1509 S. Federal. I'honc 1138. FOIt SALE--N«w, used Inily's, gents pocket, jvrlst watches. Kuliu, piano. See, me daytime Sim., till noon Fri. U. Jt. Meredith, Northwood FOR SALE--Beautiful hiind made |ullt tops. Jicst of prints used. Ideal Christiana gift 72-1 South Jersey. FOR SALE--10 ft. 3011. show case. Ph. NESTOR JOHNSON SHOE SMf) SKA IES $5.1)5 \\e Ilnv* a .VIM? .Sknlff «»-lm)cr fl/irt Sharpen Sknlfn Pnrfc^lly frtr ?.0c P'r Pair. Uc Buy nml Sell :-n1 Shales. .Skill nnil slrrtH. I'ricnl Illcht. LINDQUIST'S fi20 South Federal I'hono 831 Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Lady's fur coat $10; silk dresses, ?1, size 1G-1S. 391-1. Poultry, Eggs 74 Fo S A L E G e e c duck* c h c k ens, strained honey. E. B. Cimijotti, N. W. of city. ' For Sale--Dressed Turkeys. 20F23. Wanted to Buy 75 WE Will buy your used cnr for cash. No delay. T^ixpiner Motor Co. WANTED--To buy .sinfflfl age. Phonp, 'JS09. WANTKD---'2S or 1 2H Chnv. sculn Ph. 2GfiO or Ilfi-1, XTapIo Drive. ACROSS I -- KxE.sla 3-- A slave 7 -- Town til the alicltcr^d sil«! One of the United .State* 12 -- A tioring too) M-- TlnteiJ iff-- Clnnr of nil deductions n-- The goddess of dawn 19 -- A woman's name 20 -- DiKorderb" asficmhlaft'c 21 -- A crayon 23-- I£ntcrltiln»_ 20 -- To proceed filoallhlly 27 -- Onn of a. TJurma liHt Irilie 29 -- Choose 30 -- 1/nrgc vononious spider 31-- Give bade 3'! -- Hypothetical force (plural) 3S -- Vessels for boiling liquid* .18 -- Made amends 40-- Hinder:] 41-- H wine 42 -- To adorn wltii dress 4S~Ovcr 4G -- A n u m e r a l M-- Ursed 13-- An o i i s f n i c t f a i i E1-- Klsfi r.2-- PietxiM fiS -- A n n L l t c r nnmo fo' Esnti 64-- Ttiu.f DOWN I-- The H a w U e y c .state (nbbr.) £-- Perspiration A-- I n i t i a l s of t l i e Pnlmcllo r-- Ctiri.stinn.s G -- A measure of Icnyllt 7 -- A f o r m of to 1)c 8 -- A r i v e r in .Siberia 9 -- .SuHlx forming llj* [xist tcnu of verbs tO~Old fit ringed I n s t r u m e n t or I li violin clnHS H -- A rruiiunn 13 -- U n i n t e n l l o T i n l f y to part wllh something ijl--,\u evergreen shrub (pUiriil 1C--I'art of Hie head IS--Pticlarhif; JO--One of Caucasian und ui'iini blood *Jl--A C U t l t l t G U U S d l H O H K C 22--To elevate l» spirit '24--A fratNLs '25--A. t;iini(i at cards 27--One of a branch of Ilii: T;ii rncc ^R--A proiionn ^ 2 -- A n tinaeuthotic :t3--A heavenly body :i5--Poverty ; n7--A tapestry :i9--tttoiv ·10--Colored ·13--A color .·14--The inoUu.-r uf I'ut-r J n t 4»!--Townrd ^7--A. Circick l e t t e r ·18--Syllable a p p l i e d lo ct mttc of t h e scale 50--The Iron M o u n t a i n state ub.) A n i w e r to previous puztU Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Casn prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. CASH Paid for men's used clothing and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Wanted to Rent 76 YOUNG Couple wants light hnkpg. rooms or nmall apartment. Furnished. See K. Tcrnberg, care Russell Studio. Autos ior Sale 79 FOR SALE--1033 Ford, long wheelbase truck, dual wheels, 32xG, 10 ply tires on rear. .S. Ji. Chevrolet Co., Inc. FOR SALE--Model T Ford, Wallace tractor 15-27, P. O. plow, good cond., rens. if taken at once. H. D. Cn.sper.'i, Rockwell, Iowa. IISICD OAKS Iloilm- S.'ilnrn (1D!9 n . A . t I ' l y i i u n H l i Sedan f l V r f p r t ) Uhl[.|M:t C'tiuni! (C.lifnp) Dnitffr rmipr (Like, npw) !!5 rlirs tn rhni)!HI; from ,1. 11. MAItSTON /, Hlk. K. of Hunforil Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 1932 1'-. ton truck dual tires. Complete with stock rack. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. FOR SALE--Large truck, plenty of power for mounting and running a corn .shelter. Write G-19, Globe- Gazette. American: Metropolitan wits poking fun at uncultured hicks; the in- telligentsic raiding Texas Guinan's c o f f i n to .steal the flowers.--Davenport Times. IOWA DIRECTOR WILL HAVE AID Labor Man, Trade Practices Man to Advise NRA State Head. By KUIIV A. BL CK J J u r e a u ) WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. _ Tlie new Iowa state director under the national cmerKency council will be aided b;- a labor man. and a trncl:. practices mnn, particularly In tlie NRA work he will do. While the new director will supplant the preaont state NRA. director, he will liend all recovery agencies in the state, as tliu source of Information and as the means of getting prompt action. His major work will bis In conneu- llon with NRA and AAA, however. ; In some places, some of tlie people on compliance boards will be retained, but it is evident that the NRA is dissatisfied with the compliance board setup ill many places and wants to .shake up the whole' system. Criticisms Heard. Reports have come from many cities that the compliance boards are dominated by the local chamber of commerce, that they give- little attention to the work, leaving nearly everything: to their attorney, and often discriminating against small businesses. Prof. Paul 11. Douglas, formerly of the University of Chicago, now- head of the NRA Consumers' Board's educational bureau, envisions the county consumers' councils, now about to be set up, as presenting- the views of people "close to the soil, the machine, or Uie cookstove." These are the kinds of people Dr. Douglas would like to see on the county consumers' councils: (.'nmty Farm Agenl. The county farm agent, or .sunn: one named by him; A member of a woman's organization concerned with consumer problems, such as the "ousuruei'K league, the League of Woluou Vot^ era, or perhaps the General Federation of Women's clubs--but no rich, club women; A home economist or other expert in household services or dioi.- etics, such as a high school or college home economics teacher nr home demonstration agent: A man who works with bis hand.--: A dirt farmer; A farm wife; A housewife of moderate or lesa than moderate means--pc.-jlhly one who has to run her home and family on an income of leas than SI,000 a year. Stiile Jo C'fi-OpeniU'. The state director is expected l'o co-operate with state agencies and other federal officials to save money. A clerical force will be pukl from the; Civil Works funds, prob- a'oly. One such clerical worker uuiy be employed in each county in tin' state, i)a well as tlu:;e needed i the state director's office. The new national, .state on I county .letups arc expected to £ivn information to citizens who want to know about the recovery IIICH- surcs, to handle consumer complaints, and to handle Nil A. cuin- pliance work, under direction ul" Lhe proper officials here. LEGAL NOTICES OF TIIK APl'Ol.Vr.MKN I" :XKCI:TIU.V H I G H E S T V A L U E USED CARS VOT; CAN UKI'KNO OiV OTJH STATEMKNT As to Mechanical CondiUr.n of any tiseil car hi our stock. Ask :tny of our hundreds of HLiUsfleil cii.stomcrn. THIS MEANS S$$ TO A TJSKU CAR I I K A I * 11)31 iMird I'lrlolJp S^.'.O 1929 Ford Spt. Coupe $1.10 ]!)2f) Ford Coach (ex. clemi) S'~Hf 1980 Ford Si'fhin (l:irjr.t: tires) ¥S50 lOJJtt Clicv. Couch, rlcnii !SluT J047 itulcli Clinch (Ki»il buy) $175 Wageer Motor Company STATE OK lO Cerro Gorilo NOTIf.']'! IS County. TM. No. -111:. S I K R U n Y r [iialltte! ns K x c y u t r i x It. r. Armstrong, rU'Cu.i t l o n l n County. A l l jj«rsoi tn title Htc rc'iue.slfld t'J nuilc.i u i i [ i n y n i c n t ; anl UIONC h.Tvlnc c h v l r u s thfi -(ime will present Ihmn, - I n l y n 1 c.ilfi.l, to t h e t i n i i c r f l i ^ n e O f o r nil nnd flit! In the of due of t h e i'A-.r'.: U l r H r k t Oiurt. I l E - j n i K T T A M. Ilrecsc n n i l Oormv I'ato.I Dec'-mlier ir.lh, l'jn:i. S. H. M a d ' e n k , :h:rU Ny -- AliirKdret. H l l e y . Il Real Estate Transfers I I ! FORD SAf.KS 1st S. K. Opp. Old 1'. O. Robertson, .[. M., sheriff, to Bunkers Life company 5IU,07ti.-M NW i r l nnd N JS^i A of NK SW :iml tots :;, 4, D K, in sub of SW NK all in ti-i~- 21, '12-12-33. Robertson. .1. M., shf-riiY, to H u - perlor Lodge Degree of Honor Protective association $ 12,000 K E 25-!r- 21, 12-11-33. Pickford, Margaret "l. to A. H. Pickford 5300 L 1 B "I" O;ik Park Add. M. C. 12-15-33. UECEMI1BU 21, 1DI13, AT 11:00 A. M. SHARP ON NO. IS--EAST SIDE OP CITY \Vc luivn u InrRi! list or livestock fur t h i s will! and plenty of c;is)i buyers. Wo have several good vtork horses, a good buncli of milk c(nv s--Guernseys nnd Holsteln; some sheep and feeding pigs, llring in your horses of all kind* jis \vc have buyers for them. Also killer iKirscs as xve luivi: u buyer for them on the grounds. A fii\v good registered Shetland ponies coming to this mile. Lunch on tbfi grounds. Thn«n wilos will lip held every Thursday. \V" invlto. you to attend and hring a n y t h i n g you have to sell. TTCRMS CASH STAKI.K 31,)8 --PHONES--- IlKSIOKNCK !IHHII (»r:i Hnyless, Hfifli -- AT'CTIOXF.F.R.S-- ,l:u-\[ Dnrscy, f l y i n r j i i t l i

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