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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937
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. TWENTY-ONE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 20 m 193? . -i-11^ WHO SAID PLACES DO NOT RENT IN JANUARY? vnn TIRMT_? furn. rms. down- r-r-iV · A I T - i -I T~\ * J.1 / ^ 1 ~ " U ~ /"^ ~ ~~-*~-^ T A 7 ^ 11 4- A y-10 O n rl "RrYYI 1 frVl t~ 9 R (^'P I I Q f ^11 /lOl H ). ASIC iOl L i l G / i - C i 13.K61 FOH HENT--2 furn. rms. downstairs; pri. ent.; everything furn. Ph. 3381. This Ad Ran 1 Day in the Globe-Gazette Want Ads andBrought25CaUs.Ca^^ [/ ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices CXP. SINGLE MAN wants farm work. Ph. 1549W after 4:30 p.m. GILBERT, William M., (56, died Sunday night following an illness. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl in charge of services. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Pat terson funeral home in charge. Work Wanted, Men 16 Business Places for Rent 24 TOR HE^TT--For moderate priced off ices'see J. B. Youngblood. Instruction 17 UNCLE SAM" 1337 JOBS. Men, women, $1,2GO-$2,100 first year. Yearly increase. Try next Mason City examinations. Many social security jobs. Sample coaching-full particulars--list positions-FREE. Write H-2, Globe-Gazette. OR RENT--Clear Lake Main St. store bldg., excellent location in isiness dist.; reasonable rent. Ray Dobbs, 514 State St., Clear Lake. HOMRIG, William John, 71, died - at his home, 910 Washington avenue northwest, Wednesday morning following an illness o about a year. Funeral services wil be held Friday afternoon al 2:3( o'clock al the Patterson funera home, with the Rev. Alexande Carlson in charge. Burial will b at Elmwood cemetery. The Pal lerson funeral home in charge.. LARGE, Hannah C., 79, died at her home, 214 Hampshire avenue northeast, about 11 o'clock- Wednesday morning following a lingering illness. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. The Randall funeral home in charge. IF YOU like to draw, sketch or paint, write for Talent Test, (no fee). Give age and occupation Write G-4, Globe-Gazette. F I N A N C I A L Money to Loon PARKS, Moses B., 92, died at the I. O. O. F. home about 5:30 o'clock Wednesday morning following an illness. Funeral services have not been arranged. Burial will be at Gravity. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Cord of Thanks 2A We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy extended to us during our recent bereavement in the loss of our dear husband and father. Mrs. Lillian Cridcr and family. Paid in Full And money left over. Group you bills here. Have one place to pay Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO 321 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 41 ·arms. Acreages for Rent 25A RENT -- Imp. farm, share rent. A. R. Jorgenson, Clear Lake. Wanted to Rent B25 WANTED TO RENT--Service station, Mason City or vicinity State location and propositioi first letter. Write B-20, Globe- Gazette. Houses, Lots for Sole 26 ^--.--·----·--^---- FOR SALE--Partly mod. 6 rm house, $1,000. Terms. A. R. Jor gcnson, Clear Lake. REAL ESTATE Business Property, Sale 2 FOE SALE--Profitable food mai ket. well located in Mason City $2,500 will handle. Write B-l r Globe-Gazelte. 4V-% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, building, buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON Funeral Directors 3 McAULEY Funeral Home--Complete service day and night 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Phone 1505. CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED 1/2 If your car payments are too high in many instances we can refinance your contract and reduce your payments as much as one- half. Additional money can be obtained if needed. We offer many plans including a special plan fo farmers. See us today. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Bldg. . PATTERSON Funeral Home--A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lance service. 104 3rd St. N. E. Ph. 511. C, E. Snipps. H. B. Major. FOR SALE--Grocery ana me; market, grossing $50,000. Cei ral Iowa. Write A-13 Globe-Ga zette. Automobiles for Sale 42 TRUCKS '36 Chevrolet L. \V. B. duals, with 10 ply tires--overload springs like new '35 Chevrolet L. W. B. duals . '31 Chevrolet L. W. B. duals '31 Ford L. W. B. duals S.R. Chevrolet Co., Inc. "NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST USED CAR fJEALEU" S South Washington 'Phone 665 OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGJNS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 Wanted to Buy 38 WANTED--To buy used cash registers, typewriters, adding machines. Ph. 1033. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. WANTED TO BUY--Stock cattle. Write T-19, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BUY--Crutches foi child 7 or 8 years. Write T-20, Globe-Gazette. Automobiles for Sale 'CHEVROLEf '35 Master Deluxe Sport Sedan. Trunk, hot wafer heater, black color, good rubber. Priced to sell and we will try to trade wilh you besides. ZENOR MOTOR CO. 118 S. Del. Phone (i!)l LAN RITES FOR R. J. LAMBERT Agecl Resident Survived by 4 Children, Olher Relatives. CLEAR LAKE-- Funeral services for R. J. Lambert, 83, will Clear Lake Briefs For Sale: Fine furn. Vh. ISO. Mrs. B. B. Bailey, 305 Soiilh Second slreel is ill with flu. C, A, BECKNER BURIED AT LAKE be held at . , the. Ward's funeral Moines next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis llass will move Feb. 1 from the Ira Jones | aparlmenls on Main street, to (lie Hasmussen building; now owned by Months Scvvicc Overseas. CLIOAfl LAKE--Kuncral services for C. A. Bcckner, who died Real Estate, Sale, Exch. 28 FOR SALE OR TRADE--House, Des Moines, for home in Ihis cily. FOR SALE OR TRADE--Small house. N. E. part. Call at 81G 4th N. E. LIVESTOCK and PETS Dogs, Birds, Other Pets 39 FOR SALE -- Wirehair terrier pups. 912 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3SG5 Cemeteries MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. 1. O. F. Bldg. 172, 1827J Florists EXPRESS YOUR SYMPATHV with fresh, lovely flowers from Kemble's Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Lost and Found LOST--Reading glasses, aluminun case. Reward. Laughlin, S. " R. Chevrolet Co. LOST -- Springer Spaniel, wit brown collar. Ph. 4256-W. Re ward. Personals Real Estate Loans 30 "^MORTGAGE'LOANS ON North Iowa Farms 4'f- c ?a-57o Mason City Real Estate 4Mi%-5% Large fund life insurance and Private money. Choice Mortgages For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph. 284 Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE^2 high grade Hoi- steins; 1 springer, 1 milking. Ph 3870. PS. E A R L LEAMAN. N. G. Ph. SS« RS. MAUDE MAXSON. Rcc. Sec. Pll 20!JG IBS. n. E. KOLWINSKA. Fin. Sec. Ph. H03J FOR SALE--Few choice Jersey cows, fresh and springers, butterfat records up to 000 pounds; also yearling heifers from proven sires Gauger Jersey Farm, Rockford, la FOR SALE Do All tractor and cultivator. Bar Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if loncy is needed. We are always lad to explain our plan. Consoli- ate your obligations into one ac- ount with one small payment monthly. Jnited Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Ph. 1414 Farms for Sale, Exch. 30A FOR SALE -- Meyer farm; joins town Popejoy; 80 A., 5110 per A. Manley's. FOR SALE $2,000 cash" with balance easy terms buys slock farm in Ccrro Ready Money Few people have relatives or friends who can conveniently lend them up to $300 on short notice and any time. But everyone can come to us, knowing that we are prepared to make a loan any day, and to allow ample time tor repayment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. 10'/i N. Fed. Ph. 578 gain $15 5-30 I. H. C. Good condition 535 25-40 Like new S47 Span dapple gray mares, wl. 3,~5 7 yrs. old, sound. Span grey gelds, wl. 3,000. Blue marc, 10 yrs., in foal, wl. 1.70 Black marc, G yrs., wl. 1,300. Several good cheap farm mare 3 Spotted Poland boars left. ESSLINGER MULL AN Phone 212 Lodge Notices QUI;I:N IUIUKKAH i.onr.i: NO. luii I. 0. O. F. HALL 7:311 I'. 31. Jlccl Firs! anrt Third Fr of e.ich month. . home at 1 p. m., Friday with Dr. B. W. Riner conducting the rites. Burial will be in Clear Lake cemetery. Mrs. R. A. Monnghen will sing. Mr. Lambert, son ol Chauncey nd Phoebe Lambert, was born in Earlville, 111., July 28, 1853, and died at Mason City Tuesday morning. Mr. Lambert was married in Miss Emily Gertrude Heath at Plainlield, 11!., .lan.,1, 175. Retired From Farm. The couple lived on a farm near Shaboima, 111., for seven years and 55 years ago last March came to Clear Lake, where they resided on \ farm northwest of town unti hey retired and moved to Ventura W H W-ird They w 1 a e t e Sunday morning nl Veterans' hos- W. 11. \\aict. iney \\iii i'»-.; 111 -1 ,,,,.,, ,-,,,,. M TM., nS| following an ex- Sam last of January. A special meeting of Junior 1 cralion club will be held al home of the president, Miss ncsday. Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor ot the church and chaplain of the local Legion post, conducted the I I A I C D I N G r.OIIGK NO. l i l l t A. 1\ A N I J A. 31. ':'·« I'- '· Vovk In Jsl dcyvcc Fr Jan, 22nd. F. L. HUDSON. W. M. Phone 1727 ·· C. IIALPI11DE. Scc'y. ptionc :MD BiiNKVOi.iCK i.ooor. NO. us A. I. AN" A. 51. -:'M I 1 - "· Staled communication First Thursday oC c.icli monm. C I I . JOHNSON. W. M. D. D. GILBERT, Scc'y. 2G years ago. Five children were born to Mr I IOTO OC8COTED LsSfS SEMtSlhR and Mrs. Lambert. Bertie died in infancy. Thc others arc Mrs. Free Kimbiill, George and Earl Lambert Clear Lake, and Mrs. Ella Owens, Mason Cily. Mrs. Lumber died 10 years ago and for fiv years Mr. Lambert had lived will Mrs. Kimball, al her home, 81 \outh Third street. Leaves Sister. Besides his children, Mr. Lam bert is survived by a sister, Mr Laura McLachlin, ICarlviHc, II seven grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Mr. Lambert was in good lieiilt for one of his years until a week ;igo when lie uonlraclcd pneumonia which caused his death. ,ome of the president^ Miss Ka ,- ; --* ,· ^-^; cfear Lake -yn Kennedy, 2-3 Norlh Uncl Funeral home reel Thursday evening ..I 8 m ^ e ^ al . rangeuicllts . -lock. ,, - , . ,, Pallbearers, former cUissnv.ilc-s Clear Lake Commercial c lib Beckner from Osage, were ill hold a fi:30 dimier and bus.- L JoU s ., m a Bc]1 ess mecling al the city hall nes. Dons -|. F ,, ml , chapman, Jay -eek Thursday, Jan. 28, a. c f°. ldl »BUviiilaker and Ccrsham Lashbrok. o an announcement by Welcome | lollistcr, secretary. ' Miss niavmc Christ, fourth Kradc 1,110.1 A ' * , * , , » i l . ~ . , . . I - · I » I H U I 1 1 U \ J 1 V 1 I H I J ^ E , 1 - " V ^ I U . T J . . . . . . . cachet- at the main building, is C1 o , sou allcl Mvs . A . .). Kntck laving flu and was unable to teach Tuesday. Mr. anil Mrs. Georce Newman, Mrs. R. A. Monaghen sung B e a u t i f u l Isle of Somewhere" and "The Old Rugged Cross." Mrs. had charge of the powers. Born at OS-.IRC. Members of Verily lodge No. 250 . 1,HJLLIU1_I ^t ,J1 v . . l . J .«*lt,w --- *. ----514 North Third street, left rues- A F and A M __ attended Hie SC1 'lay night for Chicago where they vjt . cs j u _ body alld g., vc thcU . will spend a few days in business u , (1 ;ll thc (.1,^1,. Stafford ·md pleasure. M O . 22 of the American Le Christian Workers will meet for £ U1 . ms i, cc i ;1 firing squad and mil- a 1 ox-lock covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. S. Ander- ilary escort and was in charge of . services al the grave. East Main street, !· nday. Charles Albert Beckner. son (it Members w i l l bring a covered M ,._ .,,,[ jvi rs _ Edward Beckner, dish, sandwiches, and their own was bom May ^ iwu a |_ Osagc. dishes and silver. The regular Upent his boyhood there and was mecling will follow the luncheon. graduated from Osagc high school. The Rev. David L. TCratz, pastor, rjuring the World war he enlisted will be present. and was assigned to the three hint- Circle No. G, of thc Mcllindisl aid c lrcd twelfth engineers, eighty- has postponed its meeting from \ .seventh division, serving two "CHRYSLER AIRTEMP' the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 1B2. Business Services FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Nat). Bank Building. Phone 51G. GLASSES--We use the best quality at a price you can afford to pay. Dr. Knutson. Opt., Weir Bldg Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED -- Exp. girl for genl hswk. 1026 1 N. W. Ph. 3066 WANTED--Girl 15-16 yrs. of age out of school. German pref., fo hswk. Must care for childrei write A-18, Globe-Gazette. L O A N S UP TO $300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Ma- hinery. Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa, nterest charged only on thc unpaid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co.. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason Cily. Iowa WANTED--Maid for genl. hswk. Write A-19, Globe-Gazelle. Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner Soutli of New City Hall Phone 670 and Investment Co. (Jordo coumy at :JOD per acie. Beck Bros. Co. Phone 134 FARMERS ATTENTION! iTou can still buy and get posses- ion March Jst of Federal Land Sank Farms in Ccrro Gordo and adjoining counties. 20% before possession. Bal. like rent. L. P. Struyk,' representative, 700 N. Federal. Ph. 3080. MERCHANDISE Miscellaneous for Sale 31 FOR SALF \lfalfa hay 4 : 2 mi. W. on 12lh St. Fred H. Meyer. FOR SALE -- Man's fur coal, cheap. 33 13th St. N. E. FOR SALE -- Rcclcaned White Blossom sweet clover seed, $10.50 per 100. Ph. 2-F-50, Nora Springs. FOR SALE -- Iowa Lump Coal, S6 ton delivered, city scale weights 1926 Chevy coach, ?18. 422 N Monroe. Ph. 40!). FOR SALE-- Snow suits, at spe cial price ot $2. 98. .Ladies' up t the minute wool dresses, value up to S3.9B, while they last, $1-19 Children's rubbers, 25c; \ buckl overshoes, 49c. South Side Ex change. 337 S. Federal. LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE We can help you exchange, buy or sell almost any kind of breeding stock you have for sale or want to purchase. Write or call. Uniform Livestock Improvement C Association. R. V. Wilkinson, Secy. 1 Rock Falls, Iowa. J FOR SALE-- 4 spotted Poland t China sows, SGO. Write M.-20, t Globe-Gazette. Poultry and Supplies 41 ( TOR SALE -- White Leghorn pullets, blood tested. George Ren- haw, route 3. WANTED -- 10 Barred Rock and 3 Buff Rock roosters. Call S, R. Hutchinson, Elcctrolux office, 1448. AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles for Sale 42 FOR SALF. -- '33 Terraplanc sedan, A-l cond. Write E-20, Globe-Gazette. LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS 36 Ford DC Luxe Fordor Sedan. Not a spot on this b e a u t i f u l car. S195 down. $24 finance charge. 17 payments of $25 pays in full. 35 Ford Tudor Sedan. Clean as a pin. Guaranteed in every detail. liss CatHarync Chambers Finds None in "E" Division. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Calharyiic Chambers, high school principal las announced the honor roll of the first scmc.stcr held last Wcdncs- an. 22 to Friday, Jan. 'iO when a otluclc luncheon will be held at ·.30 p. m. at thc home of Mrs. J. C. Davenport, Noi-th Fourth street. The umulilon of Sirs. A. J. Erckson, who is in Park hospital at Mason City, was reported as fairly good Wednesday. students for Sxams were day and Thursday with report cards given out on Friday. No pupils qualified for "K" division of the roll this lime. In Ihc "E" and "G" class Freddy Clausen, Darwin Monaghen, Patricia Doyle, 'fenny Mac Jorgcn and Jean Silzer are the ninth graders on the list. Tenth grade pupils in this class are Warren .lensen, James Kennedy, Lelly Chase and Edith Enabnit. Homer Cobb, Bob Walker, Marguerite Kennedy and Helen Lomen are eleventh grade students qualifying and Merril Clausen and Marguerite Winnie are seniors on the list. In "G" class Mary Hill and Kalhryn Kennedy are the freshmen lister! and Clare Gagnon Maurice Kimbnll, Juanita Henningson, Mary Henry and Lilliai Peterson ;ire the sophomores. Bob Colburn, Jeanne Bccknci Dell Johnson, Helen Nealis, Mar ]ys Osncs and Kathleen Ncwma are the juniors in "G" gi'ou Intramural Contests .at New Gym Continue Unlil March 1 1. CLEAR LAKH -- Intramural games in basketball were scheduled to start in the new gym Wednesday evening. Chris John- Ion, coach, stales that 73 boys re out for the intramural league amcs. This is a program in which 11 boys have a chance Id com- cte. Leaders have chnsen teams and schedule of games to extend rom Jan. 'JO until March 11 has iecn arranged. Following are the captains and cams that will play: Jack Whitney, George Thomas while Richard Brager, Coe, Vincent Schmit/., Harvc Daphn Bob Young, Levisay, Art \shlancl, Bob Pike, .lames Newnan, K. Lincicum, Ralph Dodd, Gructzmocker. Eugene Bacon, Mcrvin Peterson, Carl Larson, R. McGowa*, Bob Ingcrsol, Bob Walker, Bill $125 clown, $16 finance charge. H FOR SALE--Goat, black caracul, payments of $20 pays in fu Can-, Margaret Hollatx, Margare lughcs and Marjorie .lacobson -ire Ihc seniors. WANTED -- Girl for housework., 4 N. Jefferson. Ph. 103 U. Help Wanted, Male 12 WANTED--Married man on farm March 1. Ref.' required. Stale wages. St. Ansgar. Globe-Gazelle. Write R-18, WANTED--Clerk; experience no! necessary. Morris Food Store. Rooms for Rent 21 Swop Service 32 Lapiner Motor Co. FOR RENT--2 redecorated mode r n furnished,' housekeeping rooms. Adults. 220 7th N. E. SWAP -- Used hot w a t e r car heater for pair skis. Write ZZ- | 20, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a I "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser vvil) pay 10 cents for each reply. Re- GRAHAM 1935 DcLuxc Tudor Touring Sedan. Hot water heater. Low mileage. New car guarantee. ?1'J5 DOWN, S25 PER MONTH. FOR RENT -- Room, Kirk apts. Call 3383W after 6 p. m. pay 1U corns lor i=atu ICHIJ. "»-- I _ ^ . T .-,,-.» , . T Trr/-\ /~/"\ .lies are to be called for at the FOLSOM AUTO CO. Want Ad counter. For every line L ^-"-"-^^^ "-^ * ^ over 3 lines, besides 10 cents tor eacli answer, regular rates will be | :hargcd. 19-25 3rd N. E. MEN DRILL FOR Lakers Defeat Klcmme in Practice* Game on Home Floor. Uidwig, D. Monaghci), Keith Neal. Merle Fist lor, Merrill Clausen Rip DeWiggins, Arnold Luker Wayne Ross, Dale Morse, R. Calla- naii, M. Ashland, H. Pclci'son. Richard Bragcr. John Sicssiger Fred Clausen, Orvillc Casper Philip Lil/.cl, Clyde Fisller, l.cs tcr Hahn, Clare Gagnon, R. Cat frey. Paul Phillippe, Bill Giles, \\ ComstoL-U-, Gilbert Lukcr, W. Un derkofler, Dean Bvox, Dale Beal, Buck Martin, Herbert Cobb. Tom Mullarky, Maurice Kimball, James Kennedy ,Homer Cobb, Bill Bickford, Phil Bicber, Max Axelson, Junior Hudson, David Nelson. Jack Palmcicr, Gordon Coyicr. Jack Phillippe, H a r r y Pike, Bob Bliss, Roger Davis, Dean Anderson, Carl RicUey, Jack Enabnit. Roger Comslock, Bob Hill, Dennis Huey, J u n i o r Axclson, Pau! Anderson, DcWaync Jensen, Pau Ashland, J. Ransom, Don Nesbit CIRCLE 6 MEETS Choose Mrs. W. Kruggel Treasurer to Fill Vacancy. CLEAR LAKE--Miss Nellie Chai'bourne and Mrs. II. A. Lord assisted Mrs. S. S. Hudson in en- tcrtaing circle No. ! of the Methodist aid at Ihe Hudson home, 204 King street, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. F r a n k Bouska was a guesl nc) 13 members attended. Mrs. V i H i a m Kruggel- was elected rcasurer of the circle to succeed Mrs. Dclhih Murphy ' who rc- igncd. Mrs. Kruggcl will ontcr- ain at the February mecling. TOWNSEND CLUB IAS SOCIAL MEETING Townsend club No. I met al Ihc \. S. Snodgrass home Tuesday evening to enjoy ;m evening of music and dancing. Refreshments were cars, 11 months of which was verscas. On Nov. 24, 1317, Mr. Beckner vas united in marriage to Miss VeneUi Mary Counsoll of Osage. To Ibis union were born two laughters, Jeanne and Bcrdcan. .loth students in the local high school. Graduated From Ames. Mr. Beckner was gradualccl from thc engineering department of Iowa Stale college, Ames, ih 1925. In June. .1933. ..the, iami,|v..._ came lo Clear Lake where they opened Ihe I. G. A. grocery and market. For the past two years Mrs. Beckner has operated the store and Mr. Beckner, whose health required life in the open, was employed as ,1 civil engineer bv Ihc federal government "Last July Mr. Beckner com- served Ihc 22 Feb. 1 is Ihe members present dale of thc ncx mceling. f: V » CONTUACT C L U B HOLDS MEETING Teachers' Conlracl c l u b me Tuesday evening with Miss Flor cnce Walberg as hostess. Dinner was served at G:HO at Peters' cafe tier which cards were played al ic Peter Knutson home. Miss Dorothy Howe substituted for Vliss Mayme C h r i s t who is ill wilh lu. Wanted Marcn 1 st Married man to manage f a r m , year around job. Must be good .worker and reliable. Good wages. Appear in person this week. GEO. BARKEMA Alexander Iowa LA SALUE ' HOTEL -- 224 i,i S. Federal. Under new management. A clean, respectable place to stay. Both sleeping and furnished housekeeping rooms at reasonable prices. Saleswork for Men 13 HYBRID SEED CORN . SALES' MEN WANTED To sell high yielding, stiff stalked, early maturing strains for northern Iowa. Produced by large and reputable company. Write G-20, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR RENT--Room. Mrs. Orren Porter, Clear Lake. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT--2 rm. mod. apt. 610 N. Del. Phone 3157-J. EXPANSION of our staff of sales engineers creates a vacancy for a competent salesman with engineering experience to sell and service on liberal commission basis R line of water treatments proved as to efficiency by over 75 years lales. Only detailed written applications considered. Midwest Manager. Room nofi, 327 S. LnSnllc St., Chicago, III. FOR RENT--3 rm. furnished apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Home Furnishings 33 THERE IS A N E W D E A L FOR SALE--Sacrifice fine turn., [FOR USED CAR almost new; leaving city. Ph. 180, Clear Lake. ^^S 1 ^?^.^!^ the P^ces on 8th St. S. E. Musical Instruments BUYERS IN MASON CITY Pvitchard the Windshield of Each Car. 30 Ford Tudor SI55 34 ]'3l Ford Town Sedan . . . . '30 Pontiac Sport Sedan . Houses for Rent 23 FOR RENT--6 rm. mod., N. side, paving, garage, near work, schools, business, bus. W. L. Patton, 109 E, State. FOR SALE--Beautiful high grade h;jo Plymouth Sedan piano, like new, priced for quick I'31 Essex Coach sale. L. Woodstock, Clear Lake. '31 Dodge Sedan -- -- -- '29 Olds Coach (Clean) Wanted fo Buy 38 '30 Willys Sedan · '--~~ ~ ... .30 Ford coupe (Extras) WANTED TO . BUY--$2,000 cash 30 Ford Coupe for 5 or 6 rm. house, mod., with- .^g y ot - ( \ Tudor in 10 blocks of business district. (.28 Ford Tudor Write B-20, Globe-Gazelte. FOR RENT--2 rm. house. 121 4th S. W. FOR RENT--R rm. bungalow. Ph. 309C. FOR RENT--Ian. 15 mod. duplex 121 N. Ga., $30. Ph. 2113J. WANTED TO BUY--Feeder pigs. Geo. Wharnm, Mason City. WANTED TO BUY--Equity in 6 rm. bungalow; give full particulars. Write T-18, Globc-Gazettr. | W A N T E D TO BUY--Used (urn. and slovcs. East Side Furn. Ex- | change. 403 3rd N. E. Ph. 640. 5150 SI 50 ... S1G5 . . . S185 ... $145 . . . S125 3175 SI50 S 99 $ 85 | We have a simple unquestionable 50-50 guarantee in writing for 60 days. LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY ' PRITCHARD MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FOKD D E A L K l l Penn. and 1st St. S. K. CLEAR LAKE-- Clear Lake met Klemme Tuesday n i g h t in a practice game of basketball in wliicn the Clear Lake men showed up very well and had very little trouble in winning the bout, according to Coach Chris Johnston. Work on shooting baskets will e on the program for practice Vcclnesday evening. This is a fea- ure of the game which may al- vays be practiced. Friday nigltl Ihc Lions and thc econd team meet Garner there in a double header which is the first ·ound Garner this season. Garner plays a return game here '. K. O. WOMEN IONOUS FOUNDERS P. E. O. met at the home of Mrs. A. B. Phillips, South Fourth .street Tuesday evening for a special service in honor of Founders' day in charge of Mrs. lid ward lluntting. Mrs. Ralph Ingersol assisted. Mrs. Leita Clausen will bo hostess to plained of exlrcmc fatigue and grew weaker each day, his heart being acutely affected. For several weeks past he had been very ill and his death was not unexpected. Besides Mrs. Beckner and Iwn laughters, Mr. Beckner leaves his jiirenls and two brothers, Claude of Detroit and Myron of Chicago. He was a member of the local Masonic lodge and of Eslhcrvillc osl of the American Legion. Drama Club Initiates Five New Members CLEAR LAKE--Mervin Peterson, Gretta J a n e McNisli, Betty Treloar, J u n e Swanson and Jim King were iniliatccl into membership of thc drama club ill a mcel- ing held al the high school Monday evening. Miss Dorothy Han- Ion, insli'iictor in dramatics, is sponsor nf Ihc group. To show llieir filncss for membership, candidates for inilialion were compelled to imitate d i f f e r e n t well known persons. Among those represented were Bob Burns w i t h his ba/.ooka, M a r t h a Rac, Znsu Pills anri Grade Allen. The impersonations created much amusement. I.odre Postponed. C L E A R LAKE-- Pythian Sisters lodge meeting scheduled for Thursday evening has been postponed u n t i l ti'C first Thursday in February because of illness among the members. Installation of o f f i - Feb. 5. Scott Rule Postpones Farm Auction Sale CLEAR LAKf£-- ScoU Rule, who vas to hold an auction sale on the Frank Foster f a r m south of Clear Lake Wednesday, Jan. 20, has postponed thc sale to Wednesday Janu. 27, because of the bloekcr loads and inclement weather. Tht .sale nexl Wednesday w i l l be at t h e same place and thc same I'lirm livestock, machinery, corn anct hny be offered for snlc as p l a n n e d Jan. 20--7, Bacnn Phillippe 7:50, P a l m c t c r - M u l t a r k y ; 8:40 Comslock-FisUer. Jan. 21--5:15. Bragor-Wbilncy Feb. 3--7, Cnmstoclv-Whitney 7:50, Bacon-Fisller; 8:'IO, Bragcr M u l l a r k y . j. c l,. :|--5:15, Pliillippe-Palm etci'. p c l,. n_!):15, Phillippc-Mullar- ],' C 1 3 . m--7, Pliillippe-Bragei", 7:. r )U, Hason-Palmcicr; R:50, Comstock-Mullarky. [,- c b. u--5:15, Wlulney-Fisller. p c l,. 17--7, Whitncy-Mullarky; 7:50, Palmcter-Fistlcr; 8HO, Ba- con-Brapor. Feb. 18--5:15, Phillippe-Com- stonk. Feb. 25--7, Phillippe-Whitney; 7:50, Bncon-Comstock; 8:40, Pal- mctcr-Bragcr. j.-pb. 20--5:15, Mullarhy-Fisller. March 3 -- 7, Brager-Fistlcr; 7:50, Palmclcr-Comslock; 3:40. Bacon-Wliitiiey. March 10--7, Bacon-Mullarky; 7:50. Palmetcr-Whitiney; R:40, IjL'lLil ^.UlUMJI! will u^ inJ.^Lua^ iu 1.11^ ..i^....'- - . the club al her home, 508 West ccrs and a 6:30 dinner syiil be held Jefferson street. Feb. 2. Feb. 4 al I. O. O. F. h a l l . Brager-ComslocU Mari-h Icr. 11--5:15, Phillippe-Fisl- w i l f l ' in th in thc original bill. One florsn't hear much nown- davs abdiil o p p o r l u n i l y . The mos n f ' l l i c t a l k is about pensions.-Atchison Ololic. AUCTION SALE SALES r.AVILION'--CLEAK LAKE. I O W A FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 12:30 P. M. 100 CATTLE--20 head of Hereford cows, r o r n f c d ; 15 heart nf Hereford heifer calves, wciffhl aliout H)0 Ihs.: I n Ucrcfnn steer calves, weight 1ZS Ihs.; 20 licail of Ilcrernril slcers wciBliinu about 1,000 His., ricsliy: 20 head of bhort- horn steers v/eijfliinR alimit 8.10 Hs., fleshy, halnncr. of the rim I'onsisliui? of Imldicr sliiff of all classes, ,stoi:kcr and feeder slcers and heifers, dairy cows and lirecdmir stock. 1 PUREBIlEn G U E U N S E Y HULL 2',i YKARS OLD. G U A R A N T E E D BREEDEK, V E R Y GOOD RECORD ISO HOGS--These piss w i l l weigh from 60 In I S O His. 'Ihcy arc all gaoA native pigs, and most of them arc Ionic time vaccinated. . . 50 SHEEP--Incluainic bred ewes, f a t lambs, n a t i v e l u m b s . a n d In-ceding bucks. If you have ewes that ynu care lo s e l l , brinsr them in now. They arc selling very well. FUJI COATS--\Vc liav« a nmnbi-r i men's, women's ami Birls' f u r mats, of all Uinils anil sites. These arc in ex- c c l l c n l condilioii and w i l l lie on display before tllc. sale. If come early, as they will be sold first. Also a Koort V c l m i r Davenport and Chair, ruing Your Livestock to Our Sale--Ilmhcsl Prices Assured- Clear Lake Awctioan Co* PHONES nTr,,? CLEAR LAKE, IOWA I iccuvury, been enjoyed by nvinuincturin;

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