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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN MARCH 12 ^H 1934 JMAISUPI i/ixi uiA/pn'w""j·»·*·" ---Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 380Q Classified Advertising Information Lost and Found FOUND--Truck tire and rim, »lie 34x7, on highway 18 at Clear Lake. Geo. Klasnon, Clear lake. Phone 711. LOST -- Bicycle. Red frame with black fenders and aluminum rims. Ret. to Globe-Gazette. LOST--Sat., black and white 1 yr. old fox terrier. Ph. 2386. Reward. Money to Loan 8 Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a lln« lot each con»ecuUv« IUD- nequent Insertion. (Count five average words to tw un«.) Seven Insertlona are given for the price CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING ID cents per column Inch each insertion. A discount o! 15 per cent will he allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of Insertion or not later than o days thereafter. All out-of-torras ads ar« payable In afl- V *Au e ' refunds on want Ads must be called tor within 30 toys of the cancellation date of the order. Answer to "blind" advertlsementi must be addressed to the letter stated In th« ad, car. of the Globe-Gazette. Undei r no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette name of those Inserting "blind" ""alnimum cnare« '° r ""B 11 advertisement, PHONE' 3800 between 8 a. m. ana « p. m. and u* lor the Ad Taker. FURNITURE LOANS AUTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. Second Foor, I. O. P. Bldg. sdverUse- INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. Business Location 37 BUILDING WITH TRACKAGE Location of Mason City Co-Operative Dairy must be sold at once. Building 50 by 100 by 20, substantial brick and concrete, complete cooling room 15 by 27, large boiler, steam heat, water and sewer. Lot IIS by 233 with trackage on three railroads. H. A. DWELLS, P. G. FBYE Receivers. Swap Service 38 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. Keplies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. NEW LOANING PLAN $50 FOR $5*25 FOB 5 MOS. Conrteona and confidential service. Ask a«j ono of our 1,000 satisfied cMtomew. Experienced loan counsellor la chance. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 821 1st Nat'l Bk. BWg. Ph. 412 SWAP 500 bushel steel grain on skids for good work horse. Write RR-12, Globe-Gazette. SWAP Brooder fcouse on skids for cow or oats. Write WW-10, Globe 1 Gazette. Aptfl. lor Bent .. Amusements .... Auto Accessories Autos for Sale , Auto Storage . Auto Trucks . - Auto Repairing . Beauty Farlora . Board, Room ... Bldg* Material! . Business L o c » tion Business Opportunities C a f e s , Restaurants Card or Thank3 Chiropodists .... Chiropractors ... Cleaner?, Dyers ... 3U ,.. H ... 10 ..A 2 ... 20 ... 21 52 Cottages ........ A46 Death Notices . . 1 Cogs, Blrde, Peta 63 Educational Opportunities ... 40 Electrical Scrvic* 61 Employment Service .......... A30 Farms for Sale . CO Farms for Rent -A50 Farm Machinery 51 Florists . ....... * Foods ... ....... A55 Funeral Directors 3 Garage for Rent Garage for Sale Gardens ....... · Gifts ........... Help W a n t e d , With Inv ..... Help W a n t e d , Female ...... Help w a n t e d , Male ......... Help W a n t e d , Male, Female. .A36 Hide, Wool, Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houses for Sale 47 Houses for Kent 46 Instruction .. Insurance ... Investment .. In Memortam, Job Printing ... Laundries Livestock tor Sale Location Wanted 65 Lost and Found 6 Lots for SaJe ... *8 Machinery M Milk *··· 22 37 Misc. for Sale .. 55 Mlsc, for Rent .. 56 29 Money to Loan 8 Mortgages 8 17 Monuments A 4 2 Moving, Storage 23 13 Musical inatr. .. 14 Nursery Stock .. 15 Offices for Rent Office EquipL .. Osteopaths Painting, Decor. Personals .,.*-. Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry, Eggs .. Radio supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for ftent Sale or Trade Sale or Rent Salesladies ... _ Salesmen ..... 19' Seeds, Feeds , 68 Serv- Offered 68 Situation'Wtd. « Stamps, Coins 60 stationery Stocks 30 Summer Cottages Swap Service Travel Bureau A LOAN OF $50.00 COSTS $5.25 for 5 months $4.42 for 4 months $2.63 for 2 months $1.75 for 1 month Loans on furniture, antes, diamonds, personal property made Iowa. Prompt, private, service. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldg., Mason City. Phone 234 to North courteous CHARACTER LOANS -- 550 or more. $10 is cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207^ N. Federal. SWAP--Successful 240 egg incubator for what have you? ZZ-10, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Fine Des Moines residence for residence here. Write OO-10, Globe-Gazette. _______^^__ Trade or Exchange 42 WELL TRADE with private party equity In mod. bung, for cleat lot in Forest Park or Grand View Write K-12, Globe-Gazette. WILX, TRADE electric refrigerate for good used iight coupe. Cerr Gordo Maytag Co. Phone 2067. EXCHANGE--Mod. bung, for lot exchange 7 rm. hse. for smaller exchange 7 rm. hse. for Clear Lak ctg.; exchange lot on Clear Lak ctg. Consult us for buys, ex changes. Some splendid bargains W. L. Fatten, 109 East State. _ 31 S3 58 57 63 64 15 Hi 5 25 26 74 27 66 44 .A3S .A47 . 34 , 35 . 28 .A33 . 33 .A74 . 71 72 67 38 .A 5 Trade or Exch. . 42 Upholstering .... 59 Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd.. Misc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel 70 Death Notices 1 BRETT, Bert H., 57, died at his home, 504 Adams avenue northwest, Saturday. Funeral services ·were held at the Patterson funeral home Monday afternoon. The Rev. William L. Dibble, pastor of the Congregational church, was in charge of the services. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. QTJINN, Miss Adele M., girls' physical education teacher in the junior high school, died at a local hospital Saturday afternoon following a lin- ^ering illness. Funeral services were held at the St. John's Episcopal church Monday afternoon. The Rev. Robert M. Redenbaugh, pastor of the church, was in charge of the services. Burial was in Elmwpod cemetery. The McAuley funeral home in charge. LOANS NOW Available If you need money NOW for any purpose, come in ana let us explain our helpful loan plan. Prompt Friendly Service LOANS UP TO $300 Small Monthly Payments Write or Telephone United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. 3 First St. N. W. First Door West of Adams, Drug Phone 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to 83. Shampoo and finger wave SOc. Ph. SOU, call for Le Moderne An nex. 212i/ 2 jj. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 PAINT'G., Pap'r'g. Klarr, 2163W. PAPERING, pntg-., Stewart, 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Cheap. Soda fountain, 12 ft. long, equipped with frigid- aire. Almost new. High Life Pool Hall. 107 S- Fed. FOR. SALE--Restaurant and ham- burgher shop doing good business. Write R-9, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, female 31 Rooms ior Rent 4 FOR RENT--Light hskpg. room. 2 4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. FOR RENT--Slpg. room. Ph. 291: FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskpg rmsi with slpg. porch. 210 N. A~ FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. 222 1st N. E FOR RENT--Unfurn. hskpg. rms first floor. Adults. 309 E. State. Livestock for Sale 52 OR SALE--Feeding cattle 700 to 900 Ibs., Young Tamworth brood DWS, fresh cow. Phone 1810. Ship- ing association. Wanted to Buy 75 OR SALE--1 thoroughbred here- ford bull, A. F. Wallace. Phone 6F21. dAVING NO FARM, will sell 2 young teams of farm mares In oal to Belgian horse; service fees aid; Also one odd horse. Call at esldence, 742 12th N. E. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 'OR SALE--Pedigreed wire haired terrier pups. Ph. 3755W. WANTED -- Swivel office chair. Phone purchasing department, Jacob E. Decker Sons. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Autos for Sale 79 Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Used Charters incubators, 540, 405, 270-egg sizes, jriced reas. Turning trays. Albrecht latchery, Greene, Iowa. GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 TUB BEST U S E 1 J O A R S VOH THE LEAST MONEY --1032 Chov. Condi. A Iiamaln. 3--1032 IMy. I'.B. Setl'K. Like new 1--1931 Ford Sedan. Verted J--1832 Dudse Cp. A dp.ndy 1--1930 Clicv. iy_-ton. Good Many other* to ehiK*e from U'e tmde MARSTON'S V, Bib. E. Hnnfoni Hotel. Tel. 162 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette BUY 32-volt 1,000-wn.tt wind driven electric power plant now before jrlces advance. Also S2-volt bat- XJries for your present light plant See or write HERMAN KIPPEN on No. 65 South of Mason City FOR SALE--20x21x31 safe. 2487. Trade In your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Federal Phone 831 Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 1951 Ford Cp. (mechanically good) $250 1933 V-8 De Luxe Cp. (perfect car) $375 1930 De Soto Coach (In perfect shape) S250 1929 Bulck Cp. (see this buy) $235 1952 Ford 4-cyl. 131" dual wheel $385 1981 Ford 157" w. b. Truck .. $375 1831 Chev. 157" duals $325 Fur yonr protection and assurance of a mechunlcally perfect viilvo grinding Job let nti do the job for you with the Hall Eccentric Valvo Grinder, which ones 11 carborundum stone and vacuum cleaner. The only practical way to scat steel valves tin any make or model car. Motor tune H« Included.) Give ns a trial. PRICES UlttHT. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 111 1st «:. E. Opp. Old P. O. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--International 1% ton, long wheelbase, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. FOR SALE--Good used and new radios. Reas. terms. North Iowa Radio Exchange. 18-20 Second S.W. Phone 1070. LEGAL NOTICE FOR SALE--100 egg incubator; % h. p. elec. motor and good violin. 639 S. Jackson. FOR RENT--1 or 2 light hskpg. rms., reas. 1614 N. Wash. FOR RENT--2 furn. rms. Ph. 2715. FOR RENT--Rm., board if desired, gentleman preferred. Ph. 1901. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 1618. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 388. FOR RENT--Very desirable 4 rm. apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. 712 N.Mad. FOR RENT--Furn. apt. Daly, 1729. FOR RENT--Cozy 2 rm. apt., suitable for 1 or 2. Pri. ent. Everything furn., also garage. Ph. 2389. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. S. Penn. Ph. 2357. 1626 FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. bath apt. Ph. 209. 3 rm. and FOR RENT--TJnrurn. apt. 14 5 NE. HEAVY MATS SIZE 181/2*21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboardlng, sound proofing or Insulation. Not suited .for.outsidfi surfacing- or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Foods ASS FOR SALE--North, seed potatoes. Early Ohlos, cobblers, russets, rural New Yorker. See V. Blunt or Percy Hartwell, N. Sp'gs. Fh. 89. NOTICE OF SHEUIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo Count.)', »s, To .Jewel Paul, Administrator of tht E.xtntC of William Paul, deceased, ,!cu-l 1'aul, .lennlnjtr* l*n»!, Jewcy I'nul and Altn 1'iuil, Kern Bcardslfiy and John Brardsley, \Vnva Omiplon and Hurry Ownplon, Evelyn Klmvnld and Max Klnwald, Jennette 1'aul and Jewel 1'nul, Guurdhin tit Minors Dorothy I'nnl and Dorothy Jean Fuul, Dorothy Paul and Dorothy Jean Paul: You are hereby notified that by virtue or a special execution, to me directed, and is- ,iued out of the office of the Clerk of Uie District Court of the State o£ Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment In rem rendered In snid Court tn favor of Mina M. Paul and Mary J. Paul, and against all of the above named defendants for the aum of Thirteen thousand seven hundred forty-live and no-100 Dollars, debt, and Twenty-two and fifl-100 Dollars, costH, and One Hundred Seventy-seven and 45-100 Dollars, attorney's fee, I have levied upon the following described real estate, to-wlt: The Southr-ast One-quarter (SE'/i) of Section Thirty-two 32), Township Ninety-seven (97) Bantu Twenty-one 2l, nil in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, and that on the 26th day of March, 3934, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House in Mason City, Cerro Gcrdo County, Iowa, J will proceed to sell the same In sat] sine tion of said execution, together with all legal coats accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office In Sfason City, Iowa, this 24th day of February, 193-i. J. M. ROBERTSON. Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. By--Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. R. S. Stanbery. Attorney. HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 31U-W ·^^^^^^^^"l""-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-- Piano Pupils Presented in Lake Recital Miss Stenby Is Teacher of Students; Siesseger Gives Variety. CLEAR LAKE, March 12.--Students of Miss Geraldine Stenby wen: presented Saturday afternoon in a piano recital at the home of Miss Mary Anna Frost. The first group of numbers included the beginners. Dorothy Ann Crane played "Let's Go Fishing" and "Witches;" Gayl Cash, "Three Clocks" and "Rose in My Garden;" Vera Jean Riner. "Gentle Night" and "Drifting;" Lois Ann O'Neill, "Drifting" and "Bells;" Dorothy ONeill, "Criss Cross" and "Country Dances." Siesseger Mays Accordion. Johnny Siesseger played his piano accordion between groups. His selections included "Home on the Range " "Anchors Aweigh," "Trees," "Happy Days Are Here Again," "Song of the Nile" and "Old Irish Washerwoman." In the second group were several numbers by Naida Lee "La Pator- elle," Burgmuller, "Band Is Playing Dixie" Williams. James Newman played "Ship Ahoy" by Vandvere and "The Bass Singer" by Rolse. Corrine Sandry played 'Rose m Mv Garden" bv Williams and Mickey 3 Mouse Capers" by J. B ThaU Marcia Jean Ashland played Jack in Box from Toyland Suite by Wright and "Grasshoppers by ScaSnolin. Winifred Cash played "Dreamv Waltz" by R. Pitcher. Jiin« Caffrey Plays. In the concluding group^ were No. 239 OFFICE PHONE CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS rush--send Neal the Avoid that Easter your garments now. Cleaner. Mayland Hliitzman, dtudtMit at Iowa State Teachers college, spent this week-end at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mathers, East Main street. Spring coats--beautifully cleaned and pressed--7Dc. Neal the Cleaner. The Uoj'iil club will meet at the home of Mrs. George Peterson, Division street, Thursday, March 15. She will be assisted by her daughter, Ruth. Our call for and delivery (service is free. Neal the Cleaner. Ph. 312. Mr. and Mrs. George Kabrick and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moretz and family of Kensett were entertained at the Emory Schoonover home at Mason City Sunday. Complete dry cleaning and laundry service. Neal the Cleaner. Phone 312. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hudson and small son. South Third street, left Saturday for Laurel, Nebr., where Mrs. Hudson and son will make an extended visit with Mrs. Hudson's parents. Mr. Hudson returned Sun- LBE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 FINALS OF BALL GAMES TUESDAY Yanks Oppose 4-H, Farm- eri and Kenyons Play for Second Place. CLEAR LAKE, March 12.- Finals of the Softball league will be played at the Community building- Tuesday night, 7:30. The Yanks, now leading- thcjeague with eight victor- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lorentzen WANTED--Girl for hswk. Give ref. Write T-12, Globe-Gazette. Funeral Directors 3 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. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu- ia nce service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour or joy as well as In sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. 504 N. Monroe 783 Personals 5 WANTED--Instructor for knitting dresses. Write M-12, Globe-Gazette. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--Furn. bung. Ph. 1238. FOR SALE Potatoes, bag ?1.45; peck 25c Onions, 50 ib. bag 50c Cabbage, 10 Ibs 25c Carrots, bu. 75c; 10 Ibs 25c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25c Apples, box ?1.55; 6 Ibs 25c Our Prices Are Reasonable PHOSE 1138 Earls Fruit Market 1603 S. Fed. Also Nora Springs FOR BENT: HOUSES--6 room, hot water heat, double garage, $25 mo. 7 room modern except bath, $16. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983. Help Wanted, Male 32 FOR RENT--Furn. house. Ph. 2066. STEADY Work--Good pay. Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Cerro Gordo county. No experience or capital needed. Write today. McNess Co., Dept. B, Freeport, HI. TOR RENT--Modern 5 rm. house at 14 13th N. W. Inq. Donnelly Service. 125 1st S. E. IF You want to get your groceries and household supplies at wholesale, and a wonderful chance to make $32.50 a week besides, send me your name immediately. No experience necessary. New Ford sedan giveo to producers. Albert Mills, 3390 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Situation Wanted 33 »^».».«.. »,,»,.·.·.»»»·»-»-..».--··«·.·· .«-j MARRIED Couple wants work on farm. Experienced. Write K-10, Globe-Gazette. YOUNG COUPLE wants work on farm; good milkers. 416 N. Penn. Services Offered A33 WOMEN want papering-. Ph. 4F14. Fortunately for both health and beauty, modes of the moment demand erect posture. 3856. Spencer. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Black and white Boston bull. 110 6th S. W. Reward. STRAYED--2 black Scotch terrier puppies. Reward. Ph. 26SO. STRAYED Feb. 15.--Black fox terrier, white marks. 3111W. Rew'd. LOST--Sat., hand tooled leather billfold containing currency, valuable receipts, etc. Liberal reward, rhone 2028J. EMBROIDERY, Crocheting done cheap. Girls,' let me help with your hope chest. Mrs. D. Berger, 15 T / 2 S. Commercial Ave. Room 42 DISCS SHARPENED on your farm 16-wheel $2.50; 20, S3. Drop me a card. J. H. Westcott, Plymouth, Iowa. WALL Washing by woman, references. Ph. 3605. Best ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Male, Female A3 6 WANTED--Men or women to sell household article. Ph. 1671. FOR SALE--Piano. Call rm. 359, Cerro Gordo after 5 o'clock. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms. $9 and ?10. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOB SALE--5 rm. mod. Forest Park bungalow. Oak trim and floors, garage, lull paved lot, SS,"50. M. M. Moen Co. Ph. 837. FOR SALE--i rm. hse. Ph. 2667. Farms for Sale 50 FOR SALE--129 acres on main highway. Improved. ?50 an acre. Beck Bros. Co. FOR SALE--80 acres finest land. Good buildings; possession now; S55 per acre; terms. Big list. L. Fedge. Albert Lea. Minn. Farm Machinery 51 FOB SALE No. 10 steel Sanwlch 24-ft. steel drag; No. 2 IHC sheller; No. 1A Sanwich sheller; 24-ft. drag; 1 Stanley oat nuller, 100 bu. per hr. New Idea spreader, 50 bu. PEDELTY MACHINERY CO. 806 3rd N. E. Mason City Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE -- Cholera immune brood sows for March or April farrow. C. W. Files, Ph. 16F4. FOR SALE--5 yr. old horse. Stanley Wilkinson, 3 miles north of Rockford. Musical Instr. 58 Offices for Rent 63 Household Goods 73 FOR SALE)--Player piano $45.00. Guitars, banjo, ukelele, accordions S3.50 and up. Phonographs, $1.50 and up. B-jrniture, dishes, bargain prices. 1408 N. Federal. Walte: ^ and "Ballade" by Bergmuller; Marguerite -- e Danube Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Chick Raisers, gallon size, glazed stoneware waterers, 29c. Mason City Hardware Co. BABY CHICKS and started chicks. Hatches Mon. and Thurs. All Iowa accredited chicks. Grady Hatchery, Rockford, Iowa. Phone No. 133. Certificate of Compliance No. 2126. WE ARE DOING CUSTOM HATCHING and can supply you with our good quality chicks as usual. Come and see us. MASON CITY HATCHERY Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--1929 or 1930 model A motor from private party. Write Y-10, Globe-Gazette. Have cash customer for 160 to 2iO 1 Impr. acre (arm. Best W. A. Rockford, Iowa soil, BRIGGS Phone 37 WANTED--Used turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. XOTICE OF SHEBIFF'S SAI.E STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, sa. To Edgar S. Gape, also knou-ii as E. S. Gaec, E. S. G.ic«, Administrator of tlic Estate ot Ada F. Cace. deceased: you arc hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of tba District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered In said Court !n favor of C. I. Clark, Executor of the Estate of T. D. Cookman, deceased, and against Edgar S. Gage, also known as E. S. Gaf;e; E. a. Gage. Administrator ol the Estate of Ada T Gage, deceased, for the sum of Thirteen Hundred Thirteen and 34-100 Dollars, debt, and .Twenty and 05-100 Dollars, costs, and Fifty-three and 13-100 Dollars, attorney's fee. 1 have levied upon the following described real estate, to-wlt: BcfilnnlnK nt the Northeast corner of the '(»i1h\vest Quarter (NU'^I of Section 13, In Township 90, North of Jlnnnc 20, West of the 5th P. M., thence running West 3402.5 feet, thence run- nlnu South 38S feet, thence Southeasterly alonx the center line of the public hlchway to the east line of the KBld Northwest Quarter MVM thence North 860.8 feet to place of beginning, situated In Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, and that on the 26th day of March, 1934. at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House in Mason City. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said execution, together with ait legal cost* accruing. · Dated at the sheriffe office in Mason City, Iowa, this 21st day of February. 1934. J. H. ROBERTSON. Sheriff OJ Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By--Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. J. C. Robinson, Attorney. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAI-E STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, as: To Mary Stelner, and to Whom It May Con- You'are hereby notified that oy virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court In tavor- of Aetna Lite Insurance Company and again?.. Mary Stelner, for the sum of Sixty-three Hundred Fifty-nine and 19-100 Do MS. dett, and seventeen and 90-100 Dollars costs, and One Hundred Three and oS-lou Dollars, attorney's fee. I have levied upon the following described real estate, to-wlt: The W"t One-half of the sontneast Quarter of Section Fourteen, In Township Ninety-four North. Rnngc Nineteen, West of the 5th f. M.i Ceno Gordo andThat'on the'seth day of March. 1934. at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House In Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. I will proceed to sell the same In satisfaction of said execution, to- tcthcr with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office In Mason City, lowa, this Hth day Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By--Elsie Ramsey, Deputy Sheriff. Hob Roy Cerney, Attorney. IOWA BOARD OF ACCOVSTANCV Notice uf Einmlnntlon. In accordance with Section 9, Chapter 59. Acts of the Forty-third General Assembly, notice a hereby given that an examination of cnian- fled applicants for certificates to practice as Certified Public Accountants in the State of Iowa will be held at the State Capitol Building. DPS Mnlnes. Iowa, commencing Thursday, May 17. 1931 at 9:00 o'clock 'Application Wanks may be h»d from the Secretary and must DC filed at least thirty days prior to the date nf examination. J B. McGladrey. C.T.A.. Secrctary-TrP.ts- urer, 1020 Merchants National Bank Eldg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, bv B Kevin/ and Maxine and Marguerite Ashland playing a duet, "Water Nymph" by Nevm. LAKETYPIsfs RECEIVE HONORS Virginia Westcott Awarded 80 Word Pin; Two Others Obtain 70 Words. CLEAR LAKE, March 12,-The typing awards given by the Woodstock and company have created enthusiastic interest among the students of the high school and the results have been gratifying- The tests are of 5 minutes duration and the students are allowed one error for each 100 words written. Th« outstanding students of the advanced typing class are Virginia Westcott who has been awarded an 80 word pin, Marie Gagnon and Gladys Lometi who have been a'warded 70 word pins. Get 60 Word Pins. Other awards won by the advanced typing class are: Sixty word pins to Margaret Widger, Donald Eastman Virginia Stork, Ruth McGoW- an Harriett Sheridan, Catherine Porter, Dorothy Dolley, Helen W al- rod and Leona Humphrey and 50 word pins to Margaret Anderson. Lucille Crozier, Emma Larsen, Gretchen Bohning, Arbutus Smith, Harold Beckett, Winifred Sandry and Elois Sandry. The beginning typing classes nave four students who are to be complimented on the progress made in the award tests. Margaret Marie Wurtzer and Charlotte Chappell have been awarded 60 word pins while Madge Baker and Irma Peterson have won pins for a speed of 50 words a minute. In Beginning Class. Forty word pins have been given to the following students: Clara Kofoed, Elizabeth Hughes, Margaret Easte Lucille Winnie, Madelyn Miles, Mary Chapman, Glenera Jackman Cora Clock, Izetta Bacon, Irma Snodgrass and Maryann Hughes. The Misses Hazel Mulfloon f Ruth Skrable are in charge of the typing classes. and daughter of Eagle Grove visited at the W. H. Dickirson home Sunday. Miss Pearl Wheeler of Boone spent the week-end with her friend, Miss Georgia Welker, Burden street. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Anderson of Rapid City, S. Dak., returned to Clear Lake to make their home at the Mrs. Bernice O'Neill apartment, East Main street. Mr. Anderson is relief agent at the Milwaukee during the illness of A. N. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nyhus, St. Paul, spent Sunday at the Arthur Deibler home, South Fourth street. Christian Workers are sponsoring a dinner for the public at the city hall Monday night. The L. D. It. group was to be guests of Mrs. Lee Ericksen, Jefferson street, at 7:30 Monday night. Miss Amber Brown of Forest City spent Sunday with her sister, Kathryn Brown, at the Arthur Deibler home. Mrs. Churles Silaby, Walnut street, left Saturday night for Chicago. Her nephew, Alonzo Whitney, met her in Chicago and accompanied her to Joliet, HI., for a short stay with him. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Yeakle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thorsen of Kanawha were Sunday guests at the George Baldridge home, South Fourth street. Lenora Warner, Mason City, bus, leased the Yellow front grocery at Tourist park for the summer season from L. E. Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. James Landingham drove to St. Paul Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Jennie Koeneman .and daughter, Nancy, accompanied them home after spending several weeks in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Vliss Nancy Koeneman purchased ome spring millinery for the Koeneman hat shop during her stay. Claire Davis made a business trip o Minneapolis Monday. ics, will meet the 4-H club boys in the second game at 8:30 o'clock. The first game between the Farmers and Kenyons will eliminate one team which will in all probability tie with th« Barbers for second place. The Barbers meet the Liberty stores in the final game. At the conclusion of this game Forde Lee. president of the Softball league, will present the trophy, now- held by the Barbers, to the winners. Adam Thomas, Barber hurler. ranks high In the batting average with .666, having held this top post for the past two weeks. Down the list are Herb Christensen and Baago with .656, H. Petersen with .640, L. HuntJey with .633, Opel with .581, Farrow with .571, Harvey Coe with .067, H. Hansen with .548. Fred Root with .517 and Chris Johnson with .500. In the .400 class are Clair Olson. "Stub 1 ' O'Brien. Milt Young, Glen Lee, Ed Lincicum. Stevens, Bless, Palmeter, Forde Lee, Thompson. Pitaor, L. Root. Rice, Bohlen. Christensen of the Kenyons hold an all-time record for local indoor teams with a total of 117 strikeouts in the nine games played. Tarr is second with 76. Stevens holds the record of three balcony hits during the season while 11 others scored two. Team Standing. W. J- 6 1 c J '.............5 3 5 3 3 r, 0 S Yanks . Barbers Farmers Kenyons 4-H Dancing Party Will Be Held by K. P.'; CLEAR LAKE, March 12.--Tin Kniehts of Pythias aud Pythian Sis ters will hold an invitation dancing | Mrs. Raymond Monaghan party at the I. O. O. F. hall Thurs- - -- -'-'"·"· day evening. It will be a program Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Finals of softball league at Community building. Rebekahs meet at I. O. O. F. hall. Hi-Lo Bridge club meets at Mrs. F. E. Sheehy home, North Second street, 2:15. Wednesday--M. E. Ladies' Aid and supper at church. Congregational Ladies' Aid society at 3 and supper at 6. Lions club meets at Lions cafe at noon. . . . Sub-district declamatory contest at Nora Springs. Catholic Daughters sewing circle with Mrs. Ruth Meade, Orchard avenue. Thursday--Royal club meets at Mrs. George Petersen home, Ruth ' Petersen assistant hostess. Rotary club meets at I. O. O. F. hall. Twentieth Century luncheon at Mrs. Forde Lee home, Marion Park drive. Sorosis club meets with Mrs. Cora Scherf. . Catholic Ladies' Aid supper at parish hall. O. D. O. club St. Patrick's party at city hall, 7. Rural W. C. T. U. meets at Mrs. W. N. Hill home. Friday--Musical program at high school, 7:30. Rebekah social circle at I. O. O. F. hall. Liberty J.1IUIESBY RUNS FORiSAYOR- George Ott Is Another One Candidate for Councilman-at-large. CLEAR LAKE, March 12.--J. W. Sneesby, 111 East State street, announced himself as candidate for mavor of Clear Lake to oppose Dr. A. B. Phillips at the city election. March 26. Mr. Sneesby is a retired farmer, serving as school director of Lake township several years. He has been a resident of the county for 42 years and of Clear Lake for nine years. Another announcement in the councilraan-at-large g r o u p was made known today when George S. Ott, 502 South Fourth street, went into the race. Mr. Ott, a butcher by trade, was candidate for mayor at the last election and prior to that time served as councilman-at-large for several years. The date for filing candidates with the city clerk closed Satur- dav. Others in the councilraan-at- large list are Ernest Andersen, Dr. A. A. Joslyn and Carl Johannessen. There are three candidates for councilmen in the second and third wards. Anton Petersen who had announced his candidacy last week in the second ward withdrew leaving William Scherf, W. H. Dickirson and Frank Trager on the ticket. C. N. Wright, T. L. King and G. W. Grimm are candidates from third ward and C. E. Wells and F. C. DeBruyn in the first ward. J. G. Palmer is out for assessor. Mrs. Mollie H. Atherton for park commissioner and L. W. Sherman for treasurer with no competition. Program Planned for Methodist Ladies' Aid CLEAR LAKE. March 12.--The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church will be entertained by a program given following the business session at 3:30. Application for Absent Voters Ballot Necessary CLEAR LAKE. March 12.--The absent voters law has been changed so that the auditor or clerk cannot deliver any ballots without first receiving application from the voter, according to R. P- Rogers, city clerk. Absent voters outside the county may make such application by letter but those in the county must make the application on the regular form prescribed by law. Political Announcement dance and Red Wilson's orchestra will furnish the music. Several novelties are planned for dancers and prizes will be given for the card players. The committee in charge of the" affair includes Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Crane. will give several vocal selections, Mrs. D. H. Culver will give a travelog of her trip south this winter and Virginia Yelland will give her oration. "Bolshevism or Vaccinate." Mrs. Harry Freeman, Mrs. Will Rich and Mrs. H. N. Halvorson make up the program committee. Sewing will be the afternoon's diversion. A supper will be served to the public at 6 o'clock. J. W. Sneesby STATi: STRKET. CLEAR LAKE, IOV Candidate for Mayor of Clear Lake on Platform of Economy T H K A T E !l CLEAR LAKE .Mon. -- Tues. -- Wrd. GEORGE AKUSS in 'A Sl'CCESSFCL CALAMITY' Comedy. Short Subject 10c TO ALL

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