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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 2, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 2 193C FIFTEEN A CLASSIFIED AD WILL HELP YOU WITH YOUR SPRING CLEANING. ADVERTISE FOR HOUSEHOLD HELP, ADVERTISE FOR THAT ANTIQUE PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU WANT. PHONE 3800 NOW. Death Notices DALE, Richard 0., 52, died at a local hospital at 9:25 o'clock Sunday evening following an illness of about three days. Funeral services will be held at the Meyer funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, with the Rev. C- E, Flynn, pastor of the First M. E. church, in charge o£ services. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors 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. PATTERSON Funeral H o m e -- 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 maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff. Florists 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 FREE! Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion relieved quick. Get free sample doctor's prescription. Udga, at Michael Drug 1 Co. Lost and Found OWNER of chain taken off dog collar, inquire at Globe-Gazette. Money to Loan Seeds, Feeds 28 I Apts. for Rent SEED CORN Yellow Dent corn in ear, 90 per cent test, at $3 for short time. Jap hu)le.»s popcorn. Evergreen, Bantam, Early Sunshine and Golden Gem sweet corn, all test 98 per cent, 15c Ib. R. H. HOLT. Clear Lake. PH. 408W Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--A good oil station. Kehm Land Co., Ph. 827. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for general housework. 309 6th S. W. WANT--Girl for gen hswk. 1902. WANT EXP. BEAUTY Operator with following. Good location, splendid chance for right party. Write Y-27, Globe. Gazette. WANTED--Single man 18 or 19 with some exp. on farm. No bad habits. Write Z-2, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Exp. married man on farm, separate house. Herman Pueggel, 2 mi. west, 1 mi. No. Ventura, WANTED--Young men free to travel. Will show you how to make $35 a week with future possibilities. E. F. Bohnenkamp, Park Inn Hotel. WHY WORK for others? Have your own business and pocket all profits yourself. Real opportunity to make $60 a week. I send everything. Albert Mills, 86 Monmoutb, Cincinnati, Ohio. Situation Wanted 33 MARRIED Couple, no children, want farm work, preferably for single man. Write W-2, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Married couple to work on farm, no children. Apply in person. Ed Frisch, Garner, j YOUNG couple wants work on farm. Andrew Mullen, Rt. 2, City. To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. I nan Loan salary, furniture, auto and diamond Inanp *3(t to 5300. Personal service. .121 1st Nat'I. Bank, phone 412. AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. LOW COST LOANS . . . Just Phone 578 . , . Write or . . . Call at Office . . . IS 1 /:, North Federal HUMPHREY Services Offered A33 MIRRORS Rcsilvcred. 20 4. N. W. Ph. 1460J. PAPERING and Painting rooms, 52 and up. Call Dahlstrom. Ph. 353SJ Salesmen 35 EDUCATED, Intelligent salesmen to call on doctors; straight commission. Send references Hollings- Smith Co., Orangeburg, N. Y. Mfg. Chemists. ENGINEERING salesman with successful sales record and experience and capable of developing into a consultant will find excellent opening on a commission basis representing an internationally known organization of water treatment specialists. This exclusive territory is open. Write Midwest Regional Manager, S-28 Globe-Gazette. 45 FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. FOR RENT mod. apt. $4 wk. 4261. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--2 mod., 1 part, mod., 4 and 6 rms. house $20: 1 $15. Part mod. 4 rms. W. L. Patton, 109 East State. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. home, hot water heat. 145 6th S. W. Reasonable. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod. house and garage. 8 S. Virginia. Ph. 1555.1. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. house. Inq. 503 S- Adams. FOR RENT--New 4 rm. all mod. house, $18. Small apt. $12. Alliance Investment. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--6 rm., partly modern, house at 525 N. Mass. Ph. 1140. FOR RENT--3 rm. bungalow. 2477. FOR RENT 5 rm. Bung. Forest Park, as furnace. Ph. 1779-J. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. $400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. Farms For Sale 50 FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. REAL BARGAIN 200 Acres. Ideal location. Large house, furnace heat, good barn with silo and other outbuildings. '/·, mile from small town. Mortgage $11,000. $85 per acre. Possession at once. T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farms For Rent A50 FOR RENT--360 acre farm near Rudd. 412 15 S. E. Ph. 3471J. FOR KENT--115 A. on 50-50 basis. Good references required. Also 240 and 180 A. on share. Kehm Land Co., Ph. 827. Misc. For Sale 55 Hickory cord wood. Phone PURCHASING DEPT. JACOB E. DECKER SONS Swap Service 3 8 ! SWAP--Speckled Hamburg roosters for others of same kind. Write LL-2, Globe-Gazette. Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'I Bldg. Ph. 412 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 wdth one small payment monthly. Write. Phone or See United Financial Service "ON THE SQUARE" 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS xour Own Security Only. Fay 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'I. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa Real Estate Loans AS MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--1',··;%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 602-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 2S4 Mason City, Iowa Seeds, Feeds 28 For Sale--Alfalfa hay. 0. J. Mott, SWAP--No.-l good watchdog, male, for a good milk goat. Write XX-2, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--City lots edge of town, dandy for chickens, for milk cows. Write Z55-2, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" numbar 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, tegular rates will be charged. LIMITED NUMBER PLAT BOOKS FOR SALE An accurate, up-to-date Plat Book of Cerro Gordo county. Contains a Plat of each of the 16 Townships, a.nd each Township is represented on a page. Size of each Plat is 7"s inches by 7'/2 inches. This valuable Book, just off the press, shows the owners of all Cerro Gordo county farms, the exact size of each . . . also the towns, schools, creeks, paved and gravel roads, and the steam and electric railroads. It is seldom that such a modern, easy-to-read Plat Book of Cerro Gordo county is available. The Globe-Gazette has a very limited number of these Books, valued at $2.50 .each. While they last, they will be on sale at the Globe-Gazette office for Plus 2r Tax THE S U P P L Y IS L I M I T E D ! Foods A55 SWAP--Phonograph, alto horn or typing foe typewriter. Write YY- 27, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 RELIABLE MEN to take up electric refrigeration and air conditioning. Prefer men now employed and mechanically inclined, with fair education and willing to train spare lime to become experts in installation and service work. Write giving age, phone, present occupation. Utilities Eng., Inst, K-2, Globe-Gazette. Rooms For Rent 44 For Rent--Warm slpg. rm. Ph. 897. FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rms. ot slpg. rms. reas. Ph. 1054J. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 812 1st N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. warm. rm. in private home. Reasonably' priced Ph. 199SJ. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. Apts. for Rent 45 For Rent--Fnrn. apt. 417 3 N. W. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. 1 rm apt., Close in. Ph. 2243. FOR RENT--One rm. furn. apt. one sleeping room, llfjy. S. Del Ph. 301. FOR RENT -- Unfurn. mod. apt., light, water and hot water heat free. 726 llth N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Yoimgblood. Ph. 35. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Heat and water iurn. Ph. 2357. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec, 1452 N. Fed. BUY VEGETABLES, kraut, dill pickles at Gardenland, Ventura. Musical Instruments 58 WILL SELL to best bid. genuine Hopf violin. 1013 4 S. W. FOR SALE radio reas. Ph. 2131-W. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--New Ball Band rubbers. Boys' and girls' sizes up to o, 25c pair. Afso men's and ladle's-, at reduced prices. 1408 N. Federal. Household Goods 73 Household Appliance Specials Nationally known Hammond Elcc. Kitchen Clock S1.79 $12.95 Westinghouse Electric Roasters, used in floor demonstration work. Selling for $8.95 (95c down, $1 per month with your clcc. bill.) Hot Point. J^lcctric Tnastrr, $5.50 value. Sacrificing at 51.95 We have a number of Elec. Mixers Percolators Waffle Irons Grills Automatic Toasters Selling at drastically reduced prices. Portable Bake Ovens 33 l-3 r/D off Now is the time to stock up on electrical appliances while prices are reduced. COME IN TODAY! Peoples Gas Elec. Co. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Portable electric Singer machine. 1727 N. Penn. Wonted to Buy 75 ·~**~~ *-*^ j. ^ tor killer HIGHEST Prices paid horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used rurnlture. 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 WANT--To rent 4 or 5 room mod. bungalow. About $25 will pay rent in advance. B. O'Kerstrom, Ho'tel Eadmar. WANTED TO KENT--3 bedroom home between $35-$50. Ph. 2183. WANTED--To rent small house by March 15. call 469R1. 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. :uid J. H. MARSTON Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street FOR SALE--1933 late model Plymouth coupe. Priced to sell. Ph. 3482W. LAPINER'S Reliable Used Cars' "LET ONE OF THESE SAVE YOUR NEW CAR" Dodge 4 Sedan. All new tires. '36 license. Plentv of value here .. SD5 Dodge Little 6 Fordor Sedan. Extra good motor. '36 license. Only.$145 Buick Little 6 Standard Fordor Sedan. New tires. Very clean $135 Essex Super Six Fordor Sedan. Nice mtr. Trk. Velour upholstered. $125 Chev. '27 Coach. New license. Good tires. Motor quiet. Nice buy. .. $65 Lodges and Societies Ford A Coupe. Extra nice set of tires. Good body and mtr. Only $125 Chev. Six Coach. One owner, New tires. Quiet mtr. Like new. .. $195 30 Others. LOOK HERE BEFORE YOU BUl Lapiner Motor Company Ford '32 De Luxe Coupe RUMBLE SEAT Heater, new tires, nearly new 33 motor. One nf the good ones. .SIftO Do\rn $20.00 per Month FOLSOM AUTO COMPANY 722 South Federal Avc. GOOD WILL U S E D C A R S 1935 Chevrolet Coach. Like New, Hot Water Heater. See This One. 1934 Pontiac Tudor Touring Sedan, Extra Clean. 15)33 Chevrolet Coupe. ]SS2 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan. · 1931 Chevrolet Coupe. 6 Wheels. TRADE-TERMS JOHN GALLAGHER Pontiac fi's 8's Sales and Service 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Auto Truck 80 IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A USED TRUCK IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR SELECTION BEFORE YOU BUl. We have a truck for every purse and purpose. HERE ARE A FEW OF THEM 1934 Chevrolet Long W. B. 32x6--10 ply tires. Dual wheels. Stake body 7Uxl2. Excellent condition. A real bargain. 1935 Chevrolet Long Dual. Completely overhauled. A dandy. 1934 Chevrolet Truck Tractor and Trailer. Absolutely guaranteed. 1933 Chevrolet Long Dual Chassis and Cab. 3 to choose from. 1932 Fords and Chevrolet^ with or without bodies. Single or dual wheels. BKNEVOI.KNTM I.ODGK NO. us A. F. AND A. M.--7:30 r. M. Staled communication nrst Thursday of each month. G. 1. WOOD. W. 12. C. P. SHIPLEY, Scc'j. HAKiiiNn LODGE .NO. 6W A. F, AND A. M, 7:30 r. M. Slated mcetins First Friday or each month. L. L. RAYMOND, w. K. C. C. HALPHIDE. sec'y. ROVAL NKIGIIItOUS OF AMF.KHIA MOOSE HALL Camji meets 2nd and th Thursday. 7:30 P. H. Club meet* 1st and 3rd Thursdays, '2 P. M. MAJIBARKT JOHNSON. Oracle, KAY 8UBWOKTH. Kec. Phono 1372W qt'KK.V K K H K K A I I J.OIH1K XO. 10H I. O. O. F. HALL. Card p n r l h s Mondiiv n l E h t . 5 P. M. and Wednesday afternoon jit '1 P. ^. Rebakahs Hiid friends. U»c. MRS. IDA Ct.OSSON, N. o. 34B7. MRS. WIN NUTTING. IX. S. SdfiW. MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. 11S8J. TRIAL OPENS FOR MURDER OF WIFE English Doctor in Plea of Innocence to Charge of Dismembering Body. By ROGER B. GKEENE Associated Tress Foreign Staff, MANCHESTER, England, (.D-Dr. Buck Ruxton, his face drawn and pale after 11 weeks' imprisonment, stood in the iron barred dock o[ the Manchester assizes Monday and pleaded innocence to a charge of murdering his wife and dismembering her body. The prosecution chose to proceed first with the charge in connection with the slaying of the 3d year old Mrs. Isabella Ruxton before t a k i n g up charges arising from the similar death of 20 year old Mary Jane Kogerson, nursemaid to Dr. Ruxton. A jury of men was chosen to hear testimony in the "devil's beef tub" slayings, one of Briton's most gruesome modern mystery cases. Spectators .Separated. Women and men spectators were separated in the crowded courtroom, the former occupying two tpccial galleries. The chief prosecutor, J. C. Jackson, declared in his opening statement that he would attempt to prove that Dr. Ruxton first killed his wife and then his nursemaid, after the latter was a witness to the first death. He outlined how the bodies were "horribly mutilated," and said he would introduce testimony that Dr. Ruxton was "frightfully jealous of his wife, often quarreled with her and once threatened her with a knife." Over 200 Exhibits. More than 200 exhibits, including the alleged mutilated remains of Mrs. Ruxton and Miss Rogerson were assembled under close guard, adn the prosecution marshalled nearly J20 witnesses for the trial. The case aroused public interest tu a pitch unrivalled since 1910, when the notorious little Dr. Crippen was hanged for the murder of his wife, Belle Elmore, a music hall artist. The trial was expected to last a fortnight or more. Four Big Ten Teams Play in Olympic Sage Tourney INDIANAPOLIS, /P)--Six of the fastest basketball teams in the mid- west including Notre Dame and Indiana, co-leader with Purdue of the Big Ten, Monday were selected by the fifth district intercollegiate Olympic basketball committee to compete in an eight team district tournament at the Butler fieldhouse, Indianapolis, March 12, 13 and 14. The other four teams named were De Paul of Chicago. University of Illinois, Northwestern and Ohio State, giving the Big Ten conference four representatives. fason Cityan to Speak to Lake Townsend Club CLEAR LAKE -- The Townsend club of Clear Lake will convene Tuesday evening at the city hall. A. L. Sherin of Mason City will be the speaker for the meeting. 1929 Ford Model A A IH-Ton Truck with coal body. Buy this one and put it to work. S R Chevrolet Co. North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer Lodges and Societies 1. O. O. F. UltlfiB NO. Ill 12'/i E. STATE PHONES 2U1-W-ZMM itcctlns every Tuesday 7:30 r. M. 1. C. ROBINSON, N. G. Ph. S25 W A Y M A N CLOSSDN Ktc. Sfc'y. 3167. H. J. PINE. Fin. Sec'y. ORDER OF MOOSE MOOSE HAI.t^- 3XD A N D S. FEDERAL phonft 127S MeM.i f i r s t dnd third Tuesdays or each mor.tfi. Every 4th Tuesday is family nlEhl. W. P. CHAM8ERUN. Dictator. Phone 2M9. WILLIAM UKOTH. SeC'y, Phonn 303SW AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "Ella is just, jealous. The only female relatives that don't, rave about a new bahy arc the ones that have babies o' ( h e i r own." Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDR1CKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 ORMER LAKER DIES IN WEST Interment for Mrs. S. L. Carpenter Is Made at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE--Services for Mrs. Seymour L. Carpenter, 81, Santa Ana. Cal., were held at the Clear Lake cemetery Monday afternoon with the Rev. H. E. Blough officiating. Mrs. Carpenter wa.t a sister-in- law ot E. P. Carpenter of Clear Lake who is ·wintering in Florida. Surviving her death are her husband, S. L. Carpenter of Santa. Ana, Cal., a son, Lee Carpenter. Her brother, Preston McGuincss of Davenport, attended the services here. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Carpenter lived on a farm .muth of here for some time, later moving to town and selling their home on South Third street to W. H. Dickirson about 14 years ago when they moved west. Pallbearers were Frank Palmer. O. T. Hansen. George Ott and Sol Ott. Upon arrival in Clear Lake the body was taken to the Williams funeral home. Clear Lake Briefs Mrs. Sum Friedburg, cashier at the Lake theater, left Sunday night for Omaha. Nebr., where she was called b y the death of her cousin. Try the convenience of our loan plan. Cerro Gordn Loan and Investment Co.. Clear Lake. Mrs. W. C. Carroll, North First street, entered the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday for several days' treatment. Pretty, colorful, print dresses--nr plain shade materials in new smartly styled dresses, $4.95 to $15.95. Olnf T. Hansen Co. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Khlers. Des Moincs, spent the week-end in Clear Lake with Mrs, Ehiers' mother, Mrs. George Raw. South Third street. New patterns in $1 hu'e curtain panels at Oluf T. Hansen's. Mrs. C. A. Kmivsoii plans to leave Wednesday to attend the spring council of the Iowa Federation of Women's club at Des Moines. She plans to return Friday. She is a member of the legislative committee of the federation. Mrs. Jennie Sanders, S o u t h Fourth street, left Saturday night for Venice, Cal.. for a. visit with her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Haijsman, Miss Gladys Sanders has taken a room at the Mrs. Cecil Martin home during her mother's absence. A fine selection of large size dresses -- including half sizes -- at Oluf T. Hansen Co. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Fox who have been living at Iowa Cit v are visiting with Mr. Fox' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox, South Fourth street. Virgil Winnie, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie, who is in Honolulu, Hawaii, accpted a position Feb. 18 as bookkeeper with the Nylen Brothers, a wholesale electrical company, and plans to make it his permanent home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lambert niul Mrs. Lamberts' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Julsen moved Monday into the Patterson apartments, above the Callanan Clothiers, West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pederscn plan to move this week from their farm southeast of Clear Lake to their home, 105 East South street. Mr. and Mrs. Klviii .Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Leamon and son, Jack, Mason City, were week-end guests at the C. E. Lantz home. F. M. Hoel of Decorah has purchased the Charles Kaster farm north of Ventura. He will be assisted by his son. Orel Hoel and family, in operating the farm. Orel Hoe! recently resigned from his position with State Fish and Game department at Decorah. The two families formerly lived on the north shore. At Convention CLEAR LAKK--Mrs. L. S. Dorchester planned to leave Monday to attend tin- lown chapter of the Dnughlers of Founders and Patriots imvting at DPS Moines Monday. Mrs. Dorchester, who is servlsij; us president: i,f the .Iowa organisation, will also a t t e n d the thirty-seventh anniml conference of t h e Iowa Daughters of American Revolution, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday at Hotel Fort DPS Mollies. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--C. D. A. at Mrs. Tom Hayes home. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen assisting. P. E. 0. buffet supper at Mrs. Leita Clausen home, Jefferson street, election of officers. W. C. T. U. at Mrs. P.. D. Robbins home, North Fourth street 2:15. Wednesday--Methodist Ladies' Aid scoiety at church, 2:30. Lions club at Legion clubrooms. Club dance at North Shore Country club. Carl West band playing. Lions club at Legion clubrooms. Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid at church, 2:30. W. c. T. U. at Mrs. R. D. Robbins home, North Fourth street. 3:15. Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' Aid society at church, 2. O. D.'O. c l u b at Mrs. Verne Petersen home. North Oak street. Thursday--Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15. Pythian Eisters at 6:30 at I. 0. O. F. hall, dinner, cards and dancing. Royal club at Mrs. George Petersen home, assisted by Mrs. Dorance Day. Junior Federated club at Anita Chizek home. STUDY OF BIBLE WILL BE MADE Mrs. C. A. Knutson to Head Group 4; Silver Tea Is Held. CLEAR LAKE--Group 4 ot the Congregational church were guests at a silver tea Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knutson, president, with Mrs. Lillian Overton, vice president, assisting. Other officers chosen at this organization meeting were Mrs. C. E, Wells, secretary; Miss Enola Redfearn. assistant secretary, and Mrs. Vern Hinds, treasurer. Plans for the year's work were made. A study course of the Bible under the direction of Mrs. H. E.. Elough will he followed. Mrs.' Blough led the devotions at this session. Mrs. wells and Miss Redfesrn presided at the tea table which was attractively set with a. centerpiece of double 3'ellow nasturtiums and forget-me-nots. Tea was served to about 16 guests. The group will convene the third Friday of each month. Mrs, L. E. Ashland being the hostess on March 20 at a dessert luncheon. * * * MRS. ROBBINS IS ~ V. C. T. V. HOSTKS.S Mrs. R. D. Robbins will be hostess to the W. C. T. U. Wednesday afternoon for the regular March meeting. The postponed willard Memorial tea will be held March 18. * * * o. n. o. oi.itB wirx CONVENE WEDNESDAY Mrs. Verne Petersen will be hostess to the 0. D. O. club Wednesday iiftcrnoon. Mrs. Earl Huntlcy and Mi's. Jens Wind will arrange the program. Cottage Owners Are Warned to Inspect Places for Damage CLEAR LAKE--In a check-up on a few summer cottages that have' been opened this season, a report has been made to Mayor A. B. Phillips that there is considerable snow which has sifted through the windows and doors and covers some of the household furnishings. It will cause much damage if not removed before the spring thawing. In view of this Mayor Phillips warns cottage owners to inspect their properties at their earliest convenience. He asks that as a fire preventive to refrain from shoveling snow on the fire hydrants and to clear them if necessary. Maxine Scherf Is Wed to Des Moines Man CLEAR LAKE -- Announcements have been received in Clear Lake of I the marriage of Miss Maxine Scherf, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Scherf, and daughter of Ray Scherf, South Second street, to Kenneth Gunion of Des Moines. The ceremony was peiforrned at Leon on Feb. 25. the bride's nineteenth birthday. They will make their home in Des Moines. PARK THEATRE Tonight - Tuesday - Wednesday '·KEEPER OF THE BEES" Hollywood News - Vitaphone Vaudeville and I'opeye ADMISSION ]()c and lie Europeans complain that they never know what Great Britain's foreign policy is. The British can sympathize with t h e m : they don't know, either. -- Toronto Saturday Night. We hare Disc Harrows in sizes from 7 ft. to 32 ft. Also Tractor Tandem Disc Harrows. Rites for Rich, Farmer Near Algona, Are Held ALGONA--Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Merrill f u n e r a l home, with the Rev. Alexander English officiating-, for George Rich, 73, who died at the | Kossuth hospital following a linger- | ing illness. He had been a patient at ! the hospital since last September, j He was born in Bagbough, England, ; Dec. 23. 1863. In 1888 he came to ! America and settled in Sycamore. III., for three years. He had been a : resident of Kossuth county for 45 years. He never married but for ; many years had been in partner- : ship with his brother. William, on a I farm in Union township. : LAKE THEATRE Cloar Lake, Iowa lyjist Showing Monday "TALE OF TWO CITIES'' with RONALD COLMAN Tuesday--.lack Benny . "IT'S IN THE MR'' \Vednesdav and Thursday WII.I, KOGKRS "IN OLD KENTUCKV CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE 3i/ 2 Miles West of Sheffield--Wednesday, March 4, 12:30 P. M. 5 H E A D OF HORSES 18 HEAD OF CATTLE 6 HEAD Of HOGS HAY, G R A I N , HARNESS HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. FULL L I N E OF FARM M A C H I N E R Y MRS. W I L L I A M OELKERS, Sheffield, Iowa Ora Bayless, Auct. Sheffield Savings Bank, Clerk. AT THE W. J. Murphy Sales Corporation CHARLES CITY, IOWA There will be a sale the following week, Wednesday, March 1 !, or which time we will have Plenty of Horses and Cattle

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