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DECEMBER 21 ·MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TWENTY-ONE Be a Daily Reader of the "Gift Seekers Guide"--A Time and Money Saver r^l^^^feu* Florists 4 i . . , c , z r -- ------ Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line first insertion. Ten centa a lice tor eacb consecutive aub- sequent insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for tha price CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISUS'U 70 cents por column Inch each Insertion, A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid (or at tho time of Insertion or cot later than 5 days thereafter. AH out-of-town ada are payable in advance,. All refunds on Want Ads must bo called for within 30 days of the cancellation data of the order. Answer to "blind" advertisements muat ba addressed to tha letter stated la tho n*J, care ot tho Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal tne name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cenlii. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In they appear la the section. Agents 50 ApLs. for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 'I Auto Accessories 82 Autos ror Sale .. 79 Auto storage.. . ,A79 Auto Trucks SU Auto Repairing .. 81 Beauty E'arlnrs .. 16 Beard, Room ... 49 Bids. Materials .. 43 Business L, o c a - tlcm 87 Business Opportunities 2tt U a r e a . ReaLau- rants 17 Card of Thanks 2 Chiropodist - ... 13 Chiropractors ... it Cleaners, Dyer* 18 Cottages A4H Death Notices ... 1 Dogs, Blrda, "ets 53 Educational Opportunities 40 Electrical Sen-ice 61 Employment Service A30 VaPms for Sale .. 6y Farms for Rent .ASU Farm Machinery (51 Florists 4 Funeral Directors 3 Furo 19 Garage for Rent Oanigo for Bale ·siria ..^r.rr... . 3z\%r' W a n t e d Wttti lav. .... Help W a s t e d . Female ....... Help W a n t e d . Male ......... Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. , Hides, Wool. Furs Household Goods Houses for Bale House a for Rent 4t) msiructioc ay Insurance ....... 11 Investment ..... 10 in Memoriara . ,A 2 Job Printing .... 20 laundries ....... 1!1 LlvMtocU for Sato 52 Location Wanted Lost and Fountl Lota lor Bale ... Machinery , Milk Misc. for Bale .. Mlac- ror Rent .. Money to LOUD Mortgages Monuments A 4 Movlas, Blorago 'J3 Musical instr. ... 53 Nursery stock ... 57 Offices for Kent 33 O f f i c e EqulpL .. . 84 Osteopaths 15 Painting. Decor. '2\ Personals 6 Photographers ... 2:" Plumbing, lite--. *b Poultry, EsgH .. ?* Radio Supplies -. 27 Real Estate Wtd. Bis Rootna for Rent 44 Sale or Trado ...A3S Salfl or Rent .. ..A47 Salesladies 3* Salesmen ....... 35 Seeds. F«edB .... 2* S«rv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Bttulanery '71 Stacka 72 Bummer Cottage* 67 Swap Service ... 33 Travel Bureau ..A B Trace or Bxcii* ,. 42 Upholstering C9 Wtd. 1o Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy .... 75 WLd.. Mlsc A7ft Wtd, to Rent .,, 7ft Wearing Apparel 70 Death Notices 1 BENOWITZ, Frances, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benowitz, IJ503 Taylor avenue southwest, died it her home Wednesday. The body | .vaa taken to Minneapolis for burial. JANSSEN, Janie, 31, Buffalo Center, died at a local hospital Tuesday. Funeral arrangements had not oeen completed Thursday, The Patterson Funeral home in charge. STILWELL, Clyde, 54, died at a local hospital Tuesday following: an accident at the American Beet Sugar company plant. Funeral services will be held at the Randall Funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. The Randall Funeral home in charge. ZELLBR, Mary Ann, 84, died at her home, 509 Seventh street southeast, Wednesday following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be at the St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9:30 o'clock Friday morning-. The Right Rev. P. S. O'Connor, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery. The body will He in state at the home until the time of services. The Patterson Funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our friends and Decker employes for their beautiful floral offerings and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. MR. and MRS. MERLE EBERLINE and FA1IILX. WE WISH to thank our many kind friends and relatives for their kindnesses and floral offerings extended to U3 during the loas of our beloved infant son and grandson, Gary Don Johnson. MR. and MRS. DON JOHNSON, MP.. and MRS. JOSEPH C. JOHNSON, | MR. and MRS. GEO. KOLWINSKA. Funeral Directors 3 i McAULE'X Funeral Home--Complete service day and ight. 8 , South Adams. Phone 651. (MEYER FUNERAL, HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street ['S. E. Ph. 1505. ] PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Ph. 1140. i RANDALL. Funeral Home--Ambu- ' i lance service. 304 3rd St. N. E. l?h. 511. C. E. Snipps. KL B. Major, IN the hour of joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kemtales. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co., 504 N. Monroe 788. Personals DRIVING Kansas City Sat., return Wed., 1 or 2 passengers. Heason- able. Ph. 271. WOMEN look and feel years younger in an individually designed corset. Ph. 385GJ. 119 V? E. State. Lost and Found LOST--Black patent purse trimmed in fed, owner's name on purse. Return to Globe-Gazette. Reward. LOST--Red, white faced steer, wt. 500 Ibs. Phone 2265W. LOST--Small cameo pin near 10th. N. W. Reward. Ph. 388. LOST--White gold bar pin. Ph. 3198. Reward. Money to Loan 8 OUR NEW LOAN PIAN $50 FOR $5.25 FOK S MOS. OmrleaQs and confidential aerrice. Ask ny one of our l.QOO laUAfUd customers. Experienced loan counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 321 1st Nat'] Bk. Bldg. Ph. 412 M O N E Y ALL, PURPOSES We make cash loans up to $300 on your Auto or Furniture. Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Fioor I.O.F. Bldg, CHARACTER LOANS, 8 per cent discount, easy payments. H. E. Swaraer, 207% N. Fed. Ph. 177. 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. PINE'S TOiU loan you up to $300 for that purpose C. L. Pine Loan Company Phono 224 204 Weir Bidg. Diagonally Opposite The First National Bonk "Largo enough to serve you. small enough to hcow you." MONEY _..._ Wo lend money to pay bills, mc:t emergency expenses or for nny other worthwhile purpose. AUTO LOANS made in u, few hours. Intcre-t charged only for actual time money is used. No extra charge. Yon rued not hesitate to see ue if money is needed. We · i always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate nil your obligations Into one account with one small payment each month. See us today. United Financial Co. F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door W. riimio 1414 of Adama Drug Osteopaths 15 Painful Feet Corrected DR. RO* F. DE SART, Osteopath 202 I. O. F. Bldg. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENTS $1.60 complete. Shampoo, finger- wavo 7oc. Part dry flngerwavo S5c. Mnrcel buc. Annex Permanent Wave Shop 212 /, N. Fed. Ave. Photographers 25 ROBERT H. COO1C Commercial Photos New Address 111 East State Street Mason City, Iowa PH. 4238 Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Barber shop. Modern, 1 chair, fixtures, cheap or trade lor good car or radio! SOS S. 4th St., Clear Lake. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Woman to do hsework, half clays to start. Ph. 2078J. Services Offered A33 RMS. Papered ?1. Hyde. 2119W. WOOD Sawing. Inq. 170Q N. Car. CIRCULAR SAWS--Gummed, filed, set nnd hammered, S3, during December. Diamond Point Saw Shop. 228 S. Fed. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. IFT SEEKERS GUIDE Doa't forget--The HAWKEYS CLUB serves delicious fish luncheons and dinners every Friday Special Guaranteed WATCHES--15 jewel values formerly up to ?S5.00 now only $15.00 W. H. POTTS, Jeweler PERHAPS he would like to select his own gift. Give him a GILDNER GIFT CERTIFICATE GIL.DNERS Young Hen's corduroy TROUSERS ?3.50 values 52.69 SA1I RAIZES GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Skates - Skits - Sleds - Bicycles Wagons - Guns - Ammunition LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phono 831 A pair of Kiddies' FELT SLIPPERS Hake a cozy gift 49c TRADEHOME SHOE STORE BELDINGS' CARMELCRISP SHOP 111 E. State. 2 Ice Cream Cones or 2 Popcorn Balls for a nickel. USE YOUR CENTS Ideal gifts for indoor play: Basketballs, yolleyballs, striking bags, shadow balls, boxing gloves. MASON CITY SPORTING GOODS "WHY NOT A Y. M. C. A. MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRIST MAS?" Contributing--550.00 and up. Sustaining--525.00. Senior--S15.00--21 years and up. Regular--510.00--18 years to 21. High school--55.00 to 57.00. Grade school--53.00. GIFTS FOR THE HOME All odd fancy CHINA at 3 ,b price Beautiful Items 25c, 50c and 51.00 IOWA TEA COMPANY E. STATE For a Clean Fire, Use GLENDORA 58.00 W. G. BLOCK CO. PH. 563 Christmas Special: Nesselrode Pudding, quart 40c, pint 20c. BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO. 518 N. Fed. 621 S. Fed. INVESTORS SYNDICATE 10 year Annuity is different. Investigate. 525,000,000 paid certificate holders In 4 yrs. C. N. Chambers. Diet. Mgr. HAVE MONEY for Christinas 1934 by banking difference saved on our Gas and Oil. Quality instead of overhead. HOMETOWN. A Gift that PLEASES as well as LASTS LORRAINE STUDIO 210 Weir Bid?. Everything for Christmas DECORATIONS at reasonable prices THE FLOWER SHOP 16 First St. S. E. THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE North Iowa's Leading Newspaper Send your 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 the rest. GLOBE-GAZETTE PH. 3800 Autos for Sale 79 GIFTS for HER MONOGRAMED GIFT STATIONERY 51--30 sheets, 25 env. Ph. 871 CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO. RUSSELL, STUDIO Phono 2272 J. C. PENNEX BUILDING Monogramed stationery. Leather billfolds $1.00 up. Gold lettered name or initial. KLIPTO LOOSE-LEAF CO. Specials on ALUMINUM WARE for Mother at MASON CITi HARDWARE CO. Women's Hosiery, pure silk full fashioned. 2 pair in gift box ?1.50 MILLER-JONES CO. Big line of MANICURE SETS complete from 7Dc to ?50. Pen and pencil sets at specially low prices. HUXTABLE DRUG When you are STUMPED . . . . think of FLOWERS. The appropriate gift for all. Strictly fresh, home grown stock. KEMBLES. Gift purses--women's nteerhide, hand-laced purees. Special at $2.59 and $3.49 J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. 5,000 pieces sample costume Jewelry sale 69c to 98c. Rock crystal 33 inch, $3.0. BLANCHARDS 4 South Federal Complete GIFT Boxes In DuBarry, Evening in Paris, Three Flowers, Yardley, ?2.00 to ?10.00 FORD HOPKINS CO. What more ideal and lasting gift for Christmas than a WRIST WATCH or a diamond RING from RAY SENEYS' Business Location 37 FOR SALE--Service station building and equipment located in town of 3000. Priced reasonably if sold at once. Write Y-19, Globe-Gazette Swap Service 38 Three tunes or lesa orrcrlng a "SWAP" costs nothing. Tee ad must have a Globe-Gazette "hey" number and tho advertiser will pay 10 centa for each reply. Replies are to bo called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 centa for each answer. The GJobe-Gazette retains the right to discontinue ad after three days. SWAP--Antique ship models for pool tables or what have you? Write FF-20 Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP--Sandwich corn aheller, 24 ft. drag feed, for late model Ford or Chevrolet. Write YY-21, Globe-Gazette. TO SWAP Baby bed for two easy chairs and floor lamp base. Write ZZ-20, Globe-Gazette. . SWAP--New large, juvenile pool table, complete, for electric mantle radio. Write HH-21, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--New 5 lube elee. midget radio for small cine, refrigerator. HH-19, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Complete set of beet machinery for ewes or cows. Write NN- 19, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Studcbaker, 1925, good, for late model console radio. Writes 11-19. Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A38 SALE OR TRADE--Duroc Jersey hog. L. P. Berge, Route 2, Oaage, Iowa. Phone 9F14. FOR SALE OR TRADE--Model A Ford for livestock. Write Z-19, Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 FOR TRADE--Elec. sweeper for cow or corn. 318'4 8 S. E. Rooms for Rent 44 TOR'RENT--3 "room's? pn7 J io27j7~ FOR RENT--Furn. rm. in mod. home. 1324 N. Wash. Ph. 4032. FOR RENT--Sip. rms. 229 E. State. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--Z comfortable sleeping rooms, warm, separate mt- rnnce, close in. Also garage. Phone FOR RENT--Slpg. State. rni. 207 E. FOR RENT--Light hskg. rms. 312 3 S. W. FOR RENT--Fum. mod. light hskg. or slpg. rme. 220 7 N. E. FOR RENT--Good clean sleeping rooms with city heat, reasonable. Ph.lfi!)0 320 S. Del. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT -- i i-m. mod. "ap FOR RENT--4 rm. apt, furn. or unfurn. J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--South front apt., walnut and maple furniture. Kitchen in green and ivory. Clean and warm. 672 E. State after fi p. m. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. bung., close in. Inq. 411 E. State. FOR RENT--1 rm. mod. bung. 2177. FOR RENT--J37.50 choice location, modern home, fire place, oak finish. W. L. Fatten, 100 East State. FOR RENT--Six room modern house, close in, good condition, oak finish, basement, garage. $20. A. M. Schanke Co., Ph. 1300. FOR RENT--6 room mod. house, close in; also 5 rm. partly mod. house on 21st S. E. Ph. 3471W. FOB RENT Z room furnished house SJO mnnth. PH. 3096 FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalow with garage. $25 mo. 225 Fourteenth St. N. E. Phone 2770. FOR RENT--r rm. mod. house. 1711 S. Del. $22.50 per month. Beck Brothers. FOR RENT--4 rm. house. Ph. 2607. FOR RENT--4 rm. house. Crescent Drive, $15 mo. Phono 724. FOR RENT--C rm. mod. home. 516 8 S. E. Ph. 1110. FOR RENT--By Jan. 1, mod. 5 rm. bungalow. M. J. Haaheim. Ph. 099. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy home from Briar. Ph. 3411, Board, Room 49 WANTED--Roomers and boarders. 701 N. Fed. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--Improved K\i, acres. 903 Fifteenth St. S. E. Livestock for Sale 52 Spotted Poland China boars, cholera immune. Milt Frnzler, 5 mi. south, 2 mi. east Clear I,atfe. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Canaries, love birds and finches. 510 5 S. W. Ph. 1895. FOR SALE!--P. B. fox terrier pupa J. N. Steil, Brltt, Iowa. FOIl SALE Lovo birds, canaries, sonic cinniv mons. Mrs. Orrcn Porter, 301 Win- nlo St., Clefir Lake. FOR SALE--Wirehalred Fox Terriers. 732 N. Pcnn. Ph. 2078J. FOR SALE--Canaries. 221 8 S. E. Misc. for Sale 55 BIG YELLOW POPCOItlsTfoT'TaTe at PROCTOR'S at 0 cents a Ib Will deliver 10 HIK. or more. Cull 1597 or see us nt 35th and Ky. S. E. APPLES FOR SALE Jimathun, Snow, Red Steel, Baldwins, Ganos, lieu Davis, York Imperial, Rome Beauty. Lots of Nuts. K A R L FRUIT CO. 1509 S. Fed. - Phone 1138 GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair prices Just try one ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 HEAVY MATS SIZE 2cEACH These Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, cveatherboarding. sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing line, We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 centa each. Cull Business Office, Globe-Gazette. 5j£ Extra Good Buys J|E Sport Coupe. Cannot be told from new. Priced to sell. Chevrolet Coach. Exceptionally clean. Chevrolet Coach. Low mileage. Very clean. 5-Passenger Coupe. A real buy. Chevrolet Coaches. Good rubber. Motors in A-l shape. Chevrolet Special six-wheel sedan. Very clean car. Chevrolet Couch. Priced to sell. Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, A real buy. Cheap transportation. Plymouth Coupe. Late series. Exceptionally clean. Nash 4-door Sedan. A real buy. Motor overhauled. Pontiac 4-door Sedan. Motor overhauled and new paint job. Nash Coupe. Cheap transportation. Ford Model A Coupe. New rubber. New paint. In A-l shape. S. R, Chevrolet Co., lee. 1--1933 1933 1932 1932 2--1931 1930 1930 1928 1932 1930 1928 1927 1930 was due thereon on November isili, 1932. for further particulars, see BUI a petition when flltd. AND NOW unless you appear thereto and eiend, on or before noon of ihc iccoiH ay of the next term of cajfl Court, bclni; ho January, at3l, term ttierto/, which ivl'l onvcue ami be held at the Court House iti Mason City, Iowa, on the Sth day of January, 10.^4, default will be entered against ou. and. Judgment entered thereon, a* irayed, 31. F. CLOUUI1, Attorney for the Plaintiff. ORIGINAL NOTICt; (lie Dbt.-lct court ot lono, In unit tor rpo Clordo CouMy. Th« Independent Ordfr of Voreilers. rinlru- I'f. vs. arneilevt C. nill, o. II. ? ' H. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--«oney, 10' Ib. pail, 85 cents. 5 Ib., 45 cents. White popcorn, 5 cents a Ib. 825 Fifteenth St. S. E. Frank Frahm. WANT TO BORROW--?500; good security. Write O-21. Globe-Gazette. 1,000 CHRISTMAS TREES 3 foot size, 10 cents. Any size, 5 cents per foot. EARL'S FRUIT CO., 1509 S. Federal. Phone 1138, FOR SALE Potatoes 89c 100 Ibs., large size 51.05 100 Ibs., 20e peck. Apples 9Sc bushel, 8 Ibs. ZSc. Onions 5(lc a bushel. Carrots 75c a bushel. A Christmas tree given free with each 51.50 order. EARL'S FRUIT CO. Phono 1138 1509 S. Federal or Nora Springs, la. FOR SALE--Carload freshly cut Christmas trees, lOc up, 24th, S.Fed. NESTOR JOHNSON SHOE $1.15 SKATES 55.90 \Vc llavo a New Shale Grinder and Shuipen Shaltj FerfecUy for '.'On rut Talr. M'o Has ana Sell Used SUntti. Skill nnfl Sleds. Priced Rljlit. LINDQUIST'S 620 South Federal Phone 831 Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE SAXOPHONE B flat with case. Slightly used. Gold pi it ted bell. Sold new for ¥66. Will take $40. MONTGOMERY WARD CO. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Gilbert breakfast set, 57.50, like new. 421 Seventh ?\W. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY--Queen Ann dining set, G chairs, $20; leather bed, duofold, ?9; gas stoves, $3 and up; bed and springs, ?1 and up. Many other bargains. B. and O. Exchange, 1408 N. Federal. Phone 12].B. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Geeae, ducks, chickens, strained honey. E. B. Ciml- jotll, N. W. of city. For Sale--Dressed Turkeys. 20F23. Wanted to Buy 75 WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Laplner Motor Co. WILL PAY CASK FOR OATS--I. O. O. F. Homo. Phone 533. MINK, SILVER, ERMINES wanted, by oldest fur house in New York. Send for price list. · Maison Simone, 50 West 57th, New York N. Y. WANTED--Medium nixed wardrobe trunk in good condition. Ph. 2793. FURS WANTED--See S. B. Myrlck and Son before selling. Highest prices paid at all times. 302 Twentieth St. S. E. Phone 90i'. HIGHEST Casu prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard'a Jewelry. WANTED--Used clarinet, 1741,157. CASH Paid for men's used clothing and shoes. Bring to 337 S. Fed. Autos for Sale 79 CHRISTMAS BARGAINS USED CARS 1982 1'ontiac Coach. Good dependable transportation. 1032 Chevrolet Coach. Right In every way. 1931 Tontlac Sedan. Exceptional value. 1980 Pontiac Conch. Hare's a good buy. 1929 Pontiac, Conch. Early scries. Priced right. 1929 Chevrolet Coach. New paint, tires, etc, 1028 Tontlac Sedan. Runs good. TUADK--TERMS Joiiiti Gallaglier Pontiac Motor Cars and Service U. S. Tires, Universal Batteries, Tire Chains 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays Wanted to Borrow 77 Autos ior Sale 79 1830 Chevrolet Coach T9S1 Chevrolet Sedan 1030 Dodge Sedan 1027 Pontiac Sedan 1928 OalJlund Coach MAllSTON'S '/i Block East of Hanford Hotel HIGHEST V A L U E USED CARS YOU CAN DEPEND ON OVR STATEMENT As to Mechanical Conditii H o£ any used car in our stock. Ask any of our hundreds of satisfied customers. THIS MEANS ¥S$ TO A USED CAR DEAL IIMO 10X9 192D 1930 1032 1032 Ford Kdstr. Clean ..... $ 00 Ford Std. Coupe ....... ^1 115 Ford Coach (New paint) §173 Marmou Cpc. (Clean) .. §200 Ford V-8 OW-Cpe ...... S485 Ford V-8 Coach ....... ?4;5 aier Motor Company FOKD SAt-ES HI 1st S. E. Opi. Old V. O. Auto Triicks 80 FOR SALE--Imernationii] 1932 iif. ton truck dual Urea. Complete with stock rack. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. LEGAL NOTICES ORIGIN'Ar* NOTICE In the District Cmiri nf rntra In and for Crrrq Clnrdo County. The Independent Oriler of Foresters, Flatn- VI. C. ft. GunhtiK, A n n a Gun bus, Beck. Bros. Co., PS Trustee. Beck, Brothers Company, a corporation; Beck Walker Company. Kntlonal Bank of tho Kcpublfc, Chicago, ll!LnrlB, City Katlonn.1 Bunk and Trust Company, ChLcBRo, llllnol*. Central He- public Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois, Merchant* National Bank of Cedar Ttaplds, Town, Mrs. H. J. Hanson, j, J. Hill, Herbert T.. Cole, Zulu Irv;ln, Betty Etuno Irwln, Ttieoilorc Urbansfcy, Mary t/rbaltaky. Interstate Loan And tnvest- Tnnnt Company, (Incorporatea). Dcfcnrt- To f. K. Gtinhus, A n n a Gnnhns, National iJfink of th« nrptifiKc, Chicago, IWiinH, Ctly N n t l n n n l Ilnnk nnd Tnmt Cottinnny. Chicago, Illinois, Central Kepiibllc Trust Cfimpnny, CMr.mo, niirmfe. Mi*. H. J. rfnnsnn. ,T. ,r. irnt, Zulu I r w l n , H e t t y F.lane Trwln. T)rffndnnl« above numeil: YOU A N D KACH OF YOU arc herd., notified that thfire wli] he on file, fn Ui« office of the Clerk nf the nbovft «nt!tlei Court, on or bcforn the 29th day of Decem bcr. 1633, tho pfitUIon of the plaintiff nbnve named, demanding judgment nRalnst the defendants c. E, Gunhus ami A n n a iunhus In t h n sum of 9IG.249.01. \vtth Interest on Sin.7riO.00 thereof at 8Ta per annum from November 15, 1932, and with Interest at BTo per annum on tho various additional aums. aggrCKnllnj; 5W8.01. covering Advancements made at various datfa for taxra and Insurance premiums, which ^vlli bi more particularly stated In plalnilff'n petition. Said Bums, together with a reasonable- attorney's fen an provide il by law, for p l a i n t i f f ' s attorney, and the cnsts of the action, nre claimed as Justly due upon tho certain promissory note In writing of [ha defendants C. K. Gunhus nnd Anna Gunhua dated November 35th, 1931, payable to the Modern Brotherhood nf America on November 35th, 3Q3B, with intcren at fir, per nnnum, payable annually, nnd you and e ot you arc further notified that plain.,., demands Judgment and decree of foreclosure, foreclosing Hie r.prtft1n mortgaKo or even date ivllh aald note, Riven a.i rcctirlti for tho payment of all sums rtuo on naif note, covnrfns tlio following described real estftle, nitxmteti in. Ccrro Gordy County, Iowa, lo-wlt: Fnst hnlf of northtrent qunrter and east hnlf of honthu'rit iiuartrr und \ccst half of wMt hAlf nf Kouttiennt timrtrr and wmt half n f ftoathwent quarter nf r.orthenst nuurler, a]) In Section thirty- fonr, tovmftlilji ntnely^str nnrtTi, range nlntt^rn. W«nt of the ,1th P. M.» and decrtsinR that plaintiff's said morlgnui lien is paramount, Buperlo/ and prior to thi rtsht. title, Hen or clulm of the dcfendanlB or any of t h e m lu and to unld real eat/itc an*J that apeolal execution Issue far the sale of aalcl real estate, or BO much thereof na may be necessary to make ine whole sum due the plaintiff. Aether \vlth interest costs and accruing co*t«. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are f u r l h e i notified 1 that pursuant to the lerrnn of salrJ PiortRaKe, p l a i n t i f f a«hs that a receiver tic appointed, to take posaeaslon r,t aald rea entale, to coliflct tho rents. JBJIUM and pro- f i t s thereof, for the benefit of the p l a i n t i f f and aaks ths.t the h e a r i n g upon application for receiver be reserved u n t i l a f t e r sheriff's sale, on apednt execution. You and e.teli nf you UTO f u r t h e r notified that personal Jurl^menL t« asked only Agamat tha d e f e n d a n t s C. K. dun mi.* and A n n a CunhUtf. You and each rt you nre f u r t h e r n o t i f i e d that the p l a i n t i f f Li the owner and holder of the siforesald note and morlj;aK*. to vjrtue f -t PiKli-.rNCment^ t r a n * f e r ami assignment, t l i r r ^ n f , nod tli« amount rtuft *T\ -aid note am: rju.rl^c ]·; dsclarnl due by virgin of tiefaujt in tho payment of interest v-tilvh ·;, , nailer, Hill. «.. nallej. . , I,nKt« vi fe i.i,, B Company, Tho Hrst Trust ,lolnl stnclt Land Ilnnk ot Chicane, ot tlilrngo, I U I - nol«, ATlan 1-. neck, .illun r. Jlrrl,. riiilcf. Urck Rro,. Co,, n rorpomtlni,. lIMrlrs Schmolur. Charles Nrlson. Almit XfUon. Jlcfendutitt. V,' !r: t* I "' 11 "'' pl| " ! '·'"= Company, rim rirjt-Trusl Jolnl Slock Land «»,,!, of Chlcmo. of chlr B o, ]lllnol». Chnrlri .-irhmolirr, drftnilfint] nbiivn nnnicil: ion and each of you am hereby nmidcn mt ihcrc will ho on tllp, on or Before i!* -Oth day of December, ms, in iho cilice 01 Iho Clerk of the anove entitled ccjuvl, lia etition ei). tin- o p a n f f antvvfl na aonmniilnE Judgment m rem niwnst rcil Mlalc hereinafter described In t h j ·V.m ot JS.023.06, with Interest Uicreon HI. ns rale of 8 per cent per annum from Nu- .·emner 21. 1K33, otul lor tho tojls ol the ictlon, Including a reasonable attorney's f. e, :or pliLlntlffa attorney, na provided by In'.v' ia Justly due the plaintiff upon n rerlaln promissory note In Tvrlttni? lor ?7,200.00 Hade, executed and lcilvjre4 l,y one J N Johnson (now deceased) to the Modern B.-olti., erliood of America, and by Slid TWveo en lorsed, assigned and delivered to the plaint- ff herein. Said note wa.s duo by Us tfcrnn of the 25th diiy ot April. 1033. and bearx ntcrest after maturity at the rnto oc P, per_ cent p er annum. You and ench of you are further iiollfjerl that the plalnlltCo netltlon will oreclosure of a. cerlaln mortgage, o e anove entitle petition ot tho p l a i n t i f f antvvfl lat . te Tvtth said note, given as even ·*IHB «ii/i bu\a noie, given as pe'-llrlly f o r hs payment of Raid note, covering the foU o\vlng deRcrlhea: real estate, filtuatcil lit r-erro C.'ordo County. Iowa, to wit: Kast lialf nf tbn notllirnst nunrlcr and northenAt q u u t t c r nf noiitheast '[«nrt*r. nil In sectfon thirly-rivr, toivn- unlp nlncly-flve, rnn^o l\venly-lwn, nd will aak that It bs decreed lhat plaint- ff has a first mortgage tlcu upon ai\ld real estate from tho riivte of said mortEnfic. to vlt, April Ifith, 132T, paramounl. supcriot- ind pi-lor to the r l f f h t , UtlP. Uen, claim or nterc5t of the dcfendanln or any of them lii and to said premises, anrt tlinl a. .ipeuJal f.xectitton fssuft for tho saio of said real jslato, or ao much thereof AS may be [icc- :ssnry to make the whole mini due Iliu p l a i n t i f f , together with Interest. L-udtu runt accruing coats, nnd that on ami a n c r i h u ^ale of nuch nalo that the right. Illlc lien ?l.ilm or Interest of the defendants (1 r nnv 5E them In and to cahl prflftilsfK tic fornvtr barred nnd forocloard, cxcnpt for yucli rights of rndcmpttcn as arc especially pry- vlrled by law. You are further notified that rrtatntlVr: claims under the terms ot aald morionr,n to have a specific lion upon Ibu- r o n i a . Issues and proflta of rnld real cainte. unn that plaintiff la entitled to tha I m m e d l n t n IJosscsfilon tfiereof, nnil to the uppoinliucii:. '· r " receiver to lok*; poascfHlon or tdKinR juaRmcnt ana decrrn ot lorceltH- ure, to ask tho court to retain lurlfdl«tl^i) of said action for thR purpose or hparli'j upon plalntlff'n upptlcallon for nppoUii- mcnt of n. receiver, until ntter a l i c r l f f ' f l sale, n,s praj-crt. You anrt each of you am furllicr mill tint tbot. 5406.50 of lh«j sum for \vhlcli Judj;rac!iL is asfced. vlih Interest ftt 8 per cent per annum from November 21st, 1033, la nclt'Jrt on account ol funds advanced by tlic [jltiini- Iff lo pay taxe* against tho roul estate /ihove dcflcrlucd, ami Umt J2.80 ol ^aliJ-'Buini with Interest an Above noted, Is n*lieJ on Recount of funds advanced by tlio plafntl/f for instirnnco premiums. You nn! earh of you are furilicr n n t t f U A that jfcrsonnl J m l p m e n t In not n^ltor) ngaltut any of the rttiendant.i In fluid action, For f u r t h e r particulars, nco atvlil pcl!t!nn \vlien filed. AND NOW unless you appear thereto aiut defecul, oi\ or before noon of the c?conl ·Iny of the next term of raid court. UL'l-u; Ihf- January. io^i. term thereof, u h i r l i n l l l convrne and he held (it the Court Hoti-i In Mason City, Iowa, on ilio fitli d a y nf Jnnuary. 1914, default will be ontci-M against you and each of you, nnd jLi«!i;iiu',it and decrco entererl thrreon. n.i prayed H. V. C L Q U O H . Attorney fur the plalnll.;,. NOT1CK Notice !· nil conccrncJ of Unlicft states Mar.ihnl'ir Public Kflle, of Automnlillc. Putd'c, Notice 1s hereby K'ven Ihnt In imnuinncft uf Notice 1s Hereby K'ven Ihnt In TuitBLinncft uf Order of the District Court for the N o r l h u n Illstrlct of Iowa, I Don A. Prnussnrr, U n i t e d Btatea Mnrnhn) for the sftl'l D l i L r l r r t w i l l ;it 1:00 o'cloclc P. M. OTI the 16th «lay of jAniiftf' 1 nn* nt f lm niFiini .fMom i Vi '-in In the Tllstrlrt Court nf United Stalrn rnv the Xortliem District at low-n--( rntral · nivlnlon. In the mutter of It an m in K. N e l s o n , niinlt- rupt. ' Ko. 3413 In Bankrupt 1:3·. To the creilltor« of nhovc namcti Rfir.K- rupt. of Clear I,ak« In th« crnmly nf Ccrro Gordo and Ulstrlrt nforejialrt, n bank rupt. KoMce ix Jierflby given that on tlic 13(ii dny of December, 1033. tlici nbovc n n m c d B a n k r u p t was duly ndjurtlcatci* i v n n k r u p L and lhat tho first mtrttntf of his tir^dlii-j-i wMI he Jjeld at tlje office of the tjnder.MlgnccI referee, nt fi',4 Enst .Statf; Bt.. M.iann City, Cerro Cord a County. Iowa, on tuc -llh day of Jtinunry, 1934, at 10 o'clock A. M., at which lime s/iM creditors may attend, prove; their rtalrn.*, appoint a tmi«lfl(!, «xflm!n-i the bankrupt, and trnnsucL olhrr pticli b u n l - ncR.i ^fl may properly come before nalil meeting. TJic bankrupt [B rcfjulrcii to (t) prceent. Mason City, Iowa. Dec. 2mh, nou-Anc M. Referee m In the Dtstrlrt Conrt of Toua In anri lot 1 Ccrro Gonlft County. Jnnuary Term, ^.11. Iftll. If. H a r r i e t Robin/ton, r i a i n t l t r , v.s. Kflwan! J. JtoMnson, D c f i m l n n t . Tn Iho Ahnye Namnl l l f f r n d i i n l ; Yon are horoby notllied tliat thrrti is r o . « on fjlc In the office of tho Clffr!; of tlir D i ' i - trlct Court of Cerro fiordo C o u n t y , Io\va, thft petition of the plainUf/ auxins IL.JU · he be granted a decree of ah^ubite i l l v o i o o from you rm Ihe ground!! of rrnc! and in- h u m a n treatment endangering h^r l i t e , nnd because of your iJe.icrtlon and j o u r f nil urn to flupporL her; and aler. a n ^ i n p lor thfi ah- so hi to custody find control of iiv minor ?on born a« tho is.iuo of said marring*. ani I'.ir suit money and temporary ami p e r m a n e n t a l i m o n y ; the particular A or \vhtrli are riilly set forth In the petition now on fil*. · AN'D UNLKflfl you rvjjpear thereto ai;c! dcfenil on or beforfl noon of the second luy of the January. ItKH. Term of t n c Dlslrlut Court In and /or Cerro nordo County, fo-ra, which convcnea nt the Court House in ?.!n*on City, la wo, on the Sth day of January. 1031, default will ho entered agam.it ou , ami Judgment Find drc.ree rendered nn prayed In -1-1111 petition, anr! as provided by !a'.» - . Dated this Oth day of Utctrnber, A.LI, 133. BEN'NEFF, CLIHS nnd BENNKFP. Attorncyn for P l a i n t i f f . That Is, it isn't polite to intcrrupC anybody except th^ kids you nro tcnchlnff not to interrupt.--Kc\va- nfic ,Stnr-CourIcr. We've all noticed, though, that, making: a ,';o\v's ear out of .1 silk purao Is fiend easy,--Kossinger'* Kcvlcw.

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