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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 26, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 26 1936 FIFTEEN THIS GOLD WEATHER DOESN'T KEEP GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS FROM WORKING, AND IF YOU CANNOT BRING YOUR AD IN, JUST TELEPHONE IT ... 3800 Death Notices HOLTJB, Mrs. Joseph, Sr., died a her home, 702 Delaware avenue northeast, at 10:45 o'clock Wednesday morning: following an illness of one week. Funeral arrangements had not been completed Wednesday The Randall funeral home in charge I MARSDEN, Mrs. Loas, 61, Manly I died at a local hospital Monday ,. afternoon following an illness of j about a week. Funeral services wil · lie held Thursday afternoon at 2 ! o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. David L. Kratz pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge of services. Burial wil! he at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. .TALLMAN, John Andrew, 81, died at the I. O. O. F. home Tuesday Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock at the home. Burial will be a-t Marshalltown. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kind deeds and beautiful floral offerings during our recent'bereavement. J. J. German, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Raun, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. German, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. German. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S, Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Depend able service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A. service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash., Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St.'N. E. Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual main- · tenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1S27J. G. M. Woodruff, Florists 4 FOR HOME USE, for the sickroom, for funerals, for every occasion our fresh stock of home grown flowers is available. Kemble's. Ph.55. Personals CALL IVY DAUHERTY for Real Silk showing of hose, lingerie, shirts. Ph. 2184. Lost and Found FOUND--Bull pup. . Write L-26, Globe-Gazette. LOST--Tuesday, tire chain between . 12th N. W. and H. S. Ph. 2059W. LOST -- Brown and white female collie; answers to name Shep. Ph. 3582. Reward. LOST--End gate for service truck; license plate 17665 attached to board. Finder please notify S R Chevrolet Co. WILL PARTY to whom we loaned Gladstone bag several months ago, return to Bural Sykes, 1522 N. President. LOST -- Lady's wrist watch. Ph. 3992. Reward. LOST--Police dog. Ph. 1652. Rwd. LOST--Purse Saturday at Dehison club. Mail ring, which was keepsake of deceased mother, to 410 S. Polk. Money to Loan 8 I nan Pn Salary, furn Loan L.O. ilurc auto and diamond loans S30 to $300. Personal service. 321 1st Nat'l. Bank. Phone 412. AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Eldg. MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. TO LOAN on Mason City *' home. 'Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. i Personal Signature '. LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 | MONEY for : purchasing-Money for building-Money for refinancing homes at 5% and up. The satisfactory type of loan. Mason City Loan Investment Co. 10(3 E. STATE Money to Loan 8 FRIENDLY FINANCIAL SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate your obligations into one account with one small payment monthly. Write, Phone or See United Financial Service "ON THE SQUARE" 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414, Salesmen 35 FOR MONEY SEE HUMPHREY 19 'A North Federal Avenue LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS lour Own Security Only. Pay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service. Always. See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat'l. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--41,2 9»--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists A 1 5 IF YOUR eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt, Weir Bldg., and ·et the best in optical service. Seeds, Feeds 28 Clover S7.20, A l f a l f a .$'1.20, Seed Corn 52.00. All per bushck other bargains. Postal card us today for illustrated circular and samples. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa. Business Opportunities 29 FOR RENT--Building suitable for store or beer parlor. Ph. 2667. Help Wanted, with Inv. 30 $500 WILL establish you in a permanent business of your own with splendid immediate income. No experience needed. Write at once. R-24, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED! Experienced furniture, rug and stove salesman. State age and previous experience. Write J-26, Globe-Gazette Swap Service 38 SWAP--200 acres near Grand Rapids, Minn., for Mason city property. Write ZZ-25, Globe-Gazette. 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 Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. Sale or Trade A3 8 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Good 7 rm. house; all mod., good location. Also several other houses and vacant lots. H. W. Clifford, Nora Springs, Iowa. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. S12 1st N. W. FOR RENT 2 hskpg mis. 1st. fl. Ph. 1460-J. 20 4th N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. warm. rm. in private home. Reasonably priced. Ph. 199SJ. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. ]618. FOR RENT--Elec. plate connection in well furn. slpg. rm. Bath convenient, warm water. 672 E. State. FOR RENT--Warm mod. fum. 1, 2 rrn. 1st floor apts., $4 wk. 4261. Autos for Sale 79 Dodi 1934 B r o u g h a m . Finished in dark blue w i t h ivory wheels «nd stripe. JJ6 Equipped with h e a t e r and fan. Perfect mechanical cond. Appearance like new. 1933 DC Luxe Sedan. Air x v h e e . l equip- Pl,,w,~,,l-U ment, f in i s h e ' d In rlymoutn b u c k w i t h red stripe. E x c e l l e n t condition thruout. 1934 DC Luxe Sedan. Golden tan finish. 6 wheel equipment, radio U J and heater. This is a 11UU5UH major series car. Just like new. 1931 Standard 8 De Luxe Sedan, Finished in dark blue. Perfect P__1. V J m c c h a n i cal cond. i aCKalU Come in and drive this car. Tom Summerhays, Co. Open Every Day from 7 Until Midnitc Diagonally Opposite New Postoffice Phone 1212 Foods A55 Northern Grown Potatoes Large Size Per Bag 9Sc Jonathan Apples Per Basket ?1,39 Earls Fruit Market Ph. 1138 1603 S. Fed. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Eight tube electric radio. Can be obtained for balance of the payments due. Peoples Gas and Electric company. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--New Ball Band rubbers. Boys' and girls' sizes up to 5, 25c pay 1 . Also men's and ladie's. at reduced prices. 1408 N. Federal. Apts. tor Rent 45 FOR RENT -- Upturn, mod. apt., light, water and hot water heat free. 726 llth N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Fum. apt. Heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT--Coxy 2 rm. apt., gas heat, close in. 102 S. Conn. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--House at 517 S. Wash. Ph. 940 or 3241W after 6. FOR RENT--5 rm. house, Forest Park. Inq. 1206 W. State. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow Gas furnace. Ph. 1779J. FOR RENT--6 rm., partly modern, house at 525 N. Mass. Ph. 1140. FOR RENT--3 rm. bungalow. 2477. Houses For Sale 47 WANTED--Middle aged woman to do general housework, go home nights, board and small wage. Write T-25, Globe-Gazette. WANTED---For housework, experi enced girl living near Forest Park, who can go home nights. 1118 4th S. W. Phone 2497. WANTED--Middle aged woman in mod. home for housekeeper for 3 adults in small town. Write M-24, lobe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Man: dependable with dairying and tractor farming exp. Clean habits and no drinking. Write A-25, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. single man on farm. Lum Brown, Rt. 4, Mason iity. Ph. 14F12. WANTED--Reliable married man on farm. State age, wages, exp., size of family. Separate house. Britt, Iowa. Write F-26, Globe-Gazette. WOULD YOU LIKE A GOOD paying steady job? If you have a car and know farming I will hire you immediately. Paid every week. ~"ve age, how long on farm. Box 164, Dept. 6221, Quincy, 111. Situation Wanted EXPERIENCED COOK wants position in hotel or cafe. Write R-25, lobe-Gazette. Services Offered A3 3 Blancliard'§ Jewelry and Watch Repairs Extreme Inw prlre* for highest Ki-adc tvatch rppalrlnc. Estimates rtnfl extort advice eherr- 'nlly civen without cost o r obligation. Vt'e viit completely overhaul your vtfttch vtliich Delude* n thorough eleanlnp and fresh oil-- retiming, regulating nod (he replacing of vorn or broken parts, Vi do nil the work n our own shop. All ivork guaranteed one ·ear: This special o f f e r for 1 more day only! BRING THIS ADV. MAII, ORDERS Given rrom T .t A t t e n t i o n 'APERING and P a i n t i n g rooms, ?2 and un. Call Dahlstrom. Ph. 3D3SJ. FOR SALE--5 rm. mod hse., N. W. Terms. Write V-26, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Leaving town, must sell small mod. home. Guild. 867. FOR SALE--New 4 rm. house and garage. 1525 S. Virginia. Farms For Sale 50 LAND INFORMATION--Write for free Zone of Plenty book describing income farm opportunities along the Great Northern Ry. in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota. Well located farm homes, large or small, are available at low prices and easy terms. Consult us for information as to a good location for mixed farming--livestock raising--dairying-poultry--fruits. E. C. · Lecdy, Dept. 245, G. N. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. SEE H. W. CLIFFORD, Nora Springs, for bargains in Farms. FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farms For Rent A50 FOR RENT--March 1st, 80 acres n e a r Swaledale. Write J-25, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--80 acres, cash rent. Roy Fellows, 324 S. Kentucky. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--Angus bulls. T. 0. Rye, Hanlontown, Iowa. FOR SALE Big Type Poland China Brood Sows Quality stock for cither farmer or breeder. Some of these sows are bred to Paragon's Equal, son of the 1935 Iowa grand champion Paragon. Also some outstanding fall pigs of either sex. 0. W. Friedow Phone 25-F-32 Britt, Iowa Location 4 miles south of Britt on No. Ill and 2 miles east. FOR SALE--Holstein bull. John Marsh, Clear Lake. Ph. 17F4. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Beautiiful red Persian kittens, 6 mo. old. Mrs. W. A. Sharp, Rockford, Iowa. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--Pop cooler, brand new. One-half price. P. G. E. FOR SALE--Stenotypp, A No. 1 order, roaFonablc. Call at 819 N. Carolina after 0 p. m. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Roper gas range, $10. 214 6th N. E. FOR SALE--Household goods; bargain. Ph. 1490J, 8 S. Virginia. Unusual Bargains in SALESMEN'S SAMPLES and FLOOR DEMONSTRATORS Waffle Irons, a few demonstrators used at our recent show. Electric Toasters, latest stvles. Electric Mixors. These mixers have been used at our recent appliance show and prices on them have been cut. Percolators . . . several Salesman's Samples among these. Chromium plated, etc. If you have been wanting- one of these electrical appliances, in your home, you need wait no longer. Get one while these last. PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Bronze turkeys, breeding stock, 30c pound at farm. Mrs. Fred Furness, Rockford, Rt. 2, Ph. 3 on 42, Nora Springs. Extra Special Price on custom hatching for the next two weeks. Mason City Hatchery Phone 2041 Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Clear Lake lot, $75 to S125 cash. Give location. Write D-26, Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- Hand sheep clipping machine. Ed Lyman, Swaledale, la. HIGHEST Prices paw tor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent or buy a chick- enhouse. Ph. 3181. WANTED TO RENT -- Farm by exp. man with full line farm machinery, clear. Write H. L. Beard, R. 2, Mason City. WANTED--To rent by responsible couple, 3 or 4 rm. furn. apt, April 1. Write K-25. Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To rent 5 rm. mod. b u n - galow. Write T-21, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO RENT--3 bedroom home between $35-550. Ph. 2183. Autos for Sale 79 The WINTERMART 150 USED CARS AT FAIRGROUNDS Salesmen There Every Day. Two Old Reliable Firms. Definite and Dependable Guarantees. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON Entrance Just West of Federal oh Nineteenth Street Autos for Sale Chev. 1931 Coupe A dandy clean job, Cerro Gordo Nash Co. Phone 636 116 S. Del. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Lions Down Forest City to Win Conference Title Cagers to Meet Webster* City Lynx in Return Tilt Friday, CLEAR LAKE--The Lions sank a goal .in the last minute and one- half to beat Forest City, 20 to 18, on the local hardwood Tuesday night. It was the last conference game for the season, the locals copping the conference title with an undefeated record in the loop. Coach Chris Johnston's caget's BUY WITH CONFIDENCE I wil1 travcl l ° Webster City Friday afternoon for a return game with the Lynx, the only team to down the lakers this season. The Lynx rallied in the last quarter to beat 28 to 21 on Dec. 15. Shelton. Webster City center, is the threat of the team. Ijinc Started. In the game Tuesday night Forest City scored seven points before the locals had registered. Jim Lane, who played guard, sank one after five unsuccessful attempts. Lcins had also taken five shots, Oslrander, two, Jensen two and Widgcr one. A gift shot by Leins. and three points by Widgcr. started the tally upward .so that the lake led the Indians JO to S at half. The score was tied at 11, but the locals spurted up to 18 to lead by five points. Bob Osmundson and Bob Tndvik sank a couple and a gift shot tied the score. ''Tessic" Loins bucketed one from the side to win the game in the last 30 seconds. Leins played an outstanding game and was responsible for nine points. Ostrander and Lane also played a good game. Indvik was outstanding for the visitors. A p r e l i m i n a r y game between the freshmen and sophomores wa.s played with the sophs winning 26 to 20. Game Summaries. C'LKAH LAKE--20 Ktt R . G . USED CAR SPECIALS 1933 Ford V-S 3-W. Cpe. .fl40 down, bal. at $20 per mo. 1933 Plymouth De Luxe Cpe. $130 down, bal. at $20 per mo. 1931 Ford De Luxe Tudor. $100 down, $12.50 per mo. Square Deal Values 1931 Chey. Coach. $125 down, $14 per mo. 1930 Ford Tudor. $100 down, $15 per mo. As-Is Bargains 1929 Chcv. Coach $125 :l (128 Model A Tudor $95 1928 Ford Spt. Cpe $75 WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st St. S. E. Phone 922 Chev. 1930 Tudor With wire wheels. Looks and runs like new. Cerro Gordo Nash Co. Phone 636 116 S. Del. Lyle Watts, Former Laker, Is F o r e s t r y Head in Eight States CLEAR LAKE--Lyle Watts, MiS- soula, Mont., brother'of C. C. Watts, South Third street, has been named head of the National Regent of Forestry for eight mirtwest'crn states including Iowa. He has been in the government forestry department for the past 22 years. He was born and reared in Clear Lake and was graduated from the Iowa State college, Ames, after leaving Clear Lake. Clear Lake Briefs "We Always Have the Buys" 1930 Ford Short Dual Wheel. 1'i Ton Truck ......... $ 95 1928 Chevrolet Coach ........ $ 85 1927 Buick Coach. Std. 6, good tires, runs dandy ....... $ 75 1926 Nash 4 Door Sedan, nice clean job, only ........ . .$ 75 1927 Chevrolet Roadster ..... $ 45 1929 Ford Touring ........... $ S5 1929 Chevrolet Sedan ........ $165 1929 Ford. Coupe, new tires, f i n - ish upholstering clean. S345 1928 Buick Standard 6" Coach . $ 95 3929 Ford I 1 -, Ton Truck with coal body SL25 S R Chevrolet Co. North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer Lodges and Societies t. O. O. F. LOrHJF. NO. 2U E. STATE J'HONES 2H4-W-2 H4.I g «yry Tuesday 7:30 P. M. J. C. ROBINSON. N. G. Ph. 825 1VAVMAN CLOPPON Kcc. SPc'y. 3467. H. J. PINE. Fin. Sec'y. LOVAI. ORDER OF MOOSE MOOSE HALL--2ND AM) S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets first and third Tuesdays or eacn month. Every 4th Tuesday is family nicht. W. P. CHAMBERLiN. Dictator, phone 2549. WILLIAM' UROTH, Sec'y. Phone 303SW BENEVOLENCE LODGE SO. 145 A. F. A.ND A. M.--7:30 r. M. Staled communication first Thursday or each month. G. I. WOOD. W. X C. P. SHIPLEY, Sec'y, HARDING LODRE NO. 649 A. F, AND A. M. 7:30 P. M, Stated meeting First Friday of each month. L. L. RAYMOND, w. K. C. C. HALPHIDE, Sec'y. ROVAL NKIGIIKOKS OF A M E R I C A MOOSE IIAI.L Cam;, meets 2nrt and *lh Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Cluh meet." 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. M. M A R G A R K T JOHNSON, Qr.Tcle. KAt BI.'Dtt'oKTH. Rec. Phone 1372W Ql'EK.V R K H K K A H LUDr.K NO KIG I. O. O. F. IIAI.L-- 7:30 r. .M. , Cart! P a r t y at I. O. O. F. Hall Wednesday. Fehnj.iry 20. K P. .v. Members and Friends. i.V. M'P.S. IDA OLOSSON. X n. 3467. MRS. WIN NUTTIN':. R. S. SPfiW. MKS. R, E. KOLWIXSKA. K. S. MS5.T, FOR SALE--Graham .1935 De Luxe Standard "6" coach; 3.400 miles; heater, fan, licence. Si75 down, $25 per month. Folsom A u t o Co., 722 S. Federal Ave. Jensen, £ . Murphy, f Widgcr, f. . Leins, c .. Lane, g ... Ostrander, g o FOIJEST CITV--T8 Indvik, f Corne, f Hauge, f Hanson, c Osmundson, g Thompson, g Offirial- Moines. 7 FO .. 3 .. 1 .. 1 .. 1 .. 1 .. 0 0 -Victor Young FT n 0 1 1 4 0 6 FT 1 0 n 9 1 0 0 \Ye will mnkc « loan on your car. Ccrro Gordo Loan and Investment Co., Clear Lake. The Missos Edna Mao Hartley and Amy Steffin have returned from a few days' visit with Miss I-ladlev's father at Acklcy. B. C. Myhr. of the Page and Crane Lumber company, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at DCS Moincs at the Iowa Lumbermen's convention. Mr. and .Mrs. It.. M. Dnesenbori; and family of Garner, have taken an apartment at the Avalon, North Third street. Mr. Ducsenbcrg is employed by the Sears Construction company. Miss Orcat Minetlo. association president of the Wa-Tan-Ye clubs, accompanied by Margaret Bagley Kline of ATasou City, club organizer, attended the session at Osage Tuesday night. Dr. and .Mrs. A. A. .Toslyn left Tuesday afternoon for a. few days slay fit St. Paul where ho will attend a dental convention. Mrs. .1. C. DaviMipnrt u'iJI rater- tain thn members of Circle No. 2 of the Methodist church at a dessert luncheon at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. Mrs. Kaymnnd Nickcrson is In the Park hospital, Mason City, receiving treatment. F 1 0 1 1 0 3 6 F 3 0 0 j the b e a u t i f u l floral offerings during our recent bornavement. CAKD OF THANKS We wish to t h a n k our friends and for their kind deeds and Des SOPHOMORES--2fi FG FT F R u t a n , f 1 2 1 Lewis, f 3 1 4 Thomas, c 3 1 1 Fistlcr, g 3 o 1 Phillippe, g 1 0 0 FRKSHMK.V--20 Mullarky, f Jensen, f Coyier. f Palmetcr, c . . . . Siesscgor, g Giles, g I T PC, ?, 0 1 3 0 0 Official--Milo Knutson. Farmers Asked to Hire Men Who Are Residents of Iowa DES MOINES, On--Frank E. Wenig, state labor commissioner, appealed to Iowa farmers Wednesday to hire "farm hands who are residents of Iowa." He said the slate was flooded with farm workers from adjoining states last year and that as a result many "good Iowa farm hands" had to go on relief. Wenig said farmers could obtain workers by inquiring at the state employment or national re-employment offices. Mr. and Mrs. Clcvc Davis Prod Davis and Family George Davis and Family Leonard Davis and Family "Facing Two Ways," by Japanese Woman Reviewed for Club CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Mary Bowman reviewed the book. "Facing Two Ways." by Baroness Shklzee Ishimoto for the Congregational Missionary circle Tuesday afternoon nt the Mrs. H. E. Blongh home. It is a story nf Japan, its customs and people 'written by a modern Japanese woman who has lectured in the United States. Mrs. C. E. Troeger, vice president, was in charge of the program and Mrs. F. R. Palmer led the devotions. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. W. R. Clack at the close of the afternoon. TWO RUN FOR SCHOOL BOARD Ray Robbins and Peter Anderson Candidates for Re-Election. CLEAR LAKE--The school election to select two directors for the independent school district will be held at the city hall Monday, March 9. The two directors whose terma expire at this time, Roy Robbins and Peter Anderson, will be candidates for re-election. No other office seekers have filed. This week Saturday will ho the closing time for those wishing to run. F. P. Walker, treasurer, whose term expires, will not be a candidate for re-election. The polls will be open from noon to 7 o'clock in the evening. B. C. Myhr and Sam Kennedy will act as judges and R. C. Ingcrsol as clerk. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Lake View club at Mrs. Elmer Treloar home, north of Clear Lake. Royal Neighbors and Modern \Voodman at I. O. O. F. hall, S. Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15. Twentieth Century club at Mrs. F. E. DeMott home, North Fifth street. Commercial club anniversary banquet at city hall, 6:30. Friday--Star club at Mrs. Lloyd Lyon home, East Main street", Mrs. Val Wallis assisting. Mixed fiance at Surf ballroom. Physical education demonstration at Community building. A m e r i c a n Lecjon sewing circle at Mrs. Peter Anderson home, 2. Christian Workers nt Mrs. Will Watts home, East Main street. Circle 2 of M. E. church at Mrs. J. C. Davenport home, North Fifth street, 1:30. Saturday--Club dance at Clear Lake Country club. Dance at Surf ballroom. Livestock Shippers Plan Annual Meeting CLEAR LAKE--The Clear Lake Livestock Shipping association will liold its annual meeting Wednesday, March 11, at the Methodist church. Election of officers will be held and a program will be presented. A speaker from the Iowa State college extension d e p a r t m e n t has been engaged for the program. Has Second Operation. CORWITH--Elmer Applegate underwent his second operation Sun- gay at the University hospital in Iowa City. Americanism: Jailing a little man for contempt of court; Secretary Wallace accusing- the supreme court of legalizing a steal.--Wisconsin State Journal. LAKE THEATRE Wednesday - Thursday SHIRLEY' TEMFLK in 'THE LITTLEST REBEL" Special Matiiipp. Thurs. at 4 Sunday - Monday "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "Pa fusses at me for givin' away his old clothes, but what's the difference? He gives away money that would o' been my new clothes." FOR SALE -- 1933 Ply. DC Luxe coupe. Late model, low mileage; heater. Priced to sell. Privately owned. Ph. 34S2\V. Recovering From Illness. LUVERNE--B. F. Burtis is able to be out again after a two weeks' illness. Mrs. Martha Dawson. Otho, who is spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. T. L. Williams, has I been very ill the past week and a n u m b e r of relatives came from Otho Sunday tn see her. Mrs. Peter j Christcnsen is still a patient at a - j Rochester, Minn., hospital. | _ i There is equality before the law. One man with a. m i l l i o n is t"-atcd .just l i k e all other millionaires. -Davenport Times. Government Acts to Enforce Tax Lien j on Associated Gas! [ SYRACUSE. N. Y., (.T--A joint i action against the Associated Gas and Electric company of New York, its subsidiaries and the American Securities corporation of Delaware to enforce a tax lien of approximately S5-1.000,000 on all property of the companies was started Tuesday bv United States Attorney Oliver D. Burden of the northern New York district. How strange to worry about foreign markets when fifty million consumers here at home haven't enough!--Dulmque Tclograph-Hcr- rild. PARK THEATRE TONIGHT, FEI5. 26 M A V K K ' E CHEVALIER w i t h Anil Sotlicrn and .Merle Oberon --in-" F O L I E S B E R G E R E " Admission lOc. and l i e SALES PAVILION AUCTION SALE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA STARTING PROMPTLY AT 1:00 P. M. .One load 1,200 Ibs. fat steers; 15 head of milking Shorthorn fresh and springing cows. Consignor of these cows leaving state. One car of Montana fleshy feeders; usual run of stackers, feeders, butcher cattle, bulls and veal calves. Native Hampshire feeding pigs and -- g sows. The best consignment of native long time vaccinated pigs we hove ever offered. I Native bred ewes. These are good, young ewes. LUNCH ON GROUNDS REASONABLE PRICES Bring your Livcstork to our Sftlc. Highest Trices Assured. Clear Lake Auction Co. PHONES ^."'^.w CLEAR LAKE, IOWA

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