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March 4, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 1936 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. Classified Advertising Information FUteea cenla a line Cirst insertion. Ten cents a Una for cacii consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count rive average words to tne line), Seven Insertions are given for the price ol six CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each Insertion. A discount ot 15 per cent will oe allowed on an classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. No credit extended for classified advertising it there fi an account thirty days old or more. All out-of-town ads are payable in advance. AJJ re/uods on Want Ads must bo called for within 30 days of the cancellation date ot tho order. Minimum charge for single advertisement, 25 cents. Answer to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated In tho ad, cara of the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Stone-Gazette rcvcaJ the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements. PHONE 380C between 8 a. m. ana 6 p. m. and ask for tho Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to tho position in which they appear in the section. Acreages Agents Apts. lor Kent .. Amusements .... Auto Accessories Autos for Sale.. Auto Storage ~...j Auto Truck Auto Impairing .. Beauty Parlors .. Board, Room 3? Bonds A S Bldj;. Materials . 43 Business L o c a- tlons ,., Business Opportunities Cnfcs. Restaurants Card of Thanks Cemeteries ... Chiropodists . Chiropractors Cleaners. Dyers Cottages Death Notices . Dentists L*a Houses lor Sale 17 36 Houses for Rent 40 45 Instruction 39 7 insurance lj S2 investment 10 79 In Memariam -...A '2 .79 Job Printing ,... 2(J 50 Laundries 21 51 Livestock ror Sale 52 16 Location Wanted 6.'i 49 Lost and Found 6 Money to Loan Salesladies 341 Farms For Sale MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK £ CO. 204 Forester's BIdg. SALESLADIES wanted to sell the famous Maisonette frocks in Wright and Floyd counties. Write R-4, care Globe-Gazette. FRIENDLY FINANCIAL SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate your obligations into one account with one small payment monthly. Write, Phone or See United Financial Service "ON THE SQUARE" 3 Doors East of Courthouse Phone 1414 MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Phone 849. Co. Security Loan Co. *$£· and diamond loans J30 to $300. Personal service. 321 1st Kat'l. Bank. Phone 412. AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. Lota for Sale ... 48 Machinery 51 Milk 22 i ' lllsc. for Sale ... 5.j Misc. for Rent .. 66 29 Money to Loan ,. S Mortgages a 17 Monuments A 4 2 Musical instr. ... 58 . A3 Nursery Stock .. 57 13 Osteopaths 15 14 Optometrists .. ..Al.' 18 Offices for Rent 63 ~.A46 Office Furn., Fix- A6;-. 1 Office Equipment 61 . .A3? painting, Decor. 24 Doga, Birds. Ptfta 3 Personals £ Educational Op* Photographers .. 25 porUinities .... 40 Plumbing, Htg. .. 2f= Electrical Service 61 Poultry, Eggs ,. 74 Employment Serv- Kcal Es. Loans Ice Ado Radio Supplies Forms for Sale .. SO Real Estate Farms for Rent ,A50 Rooms lor Farm Machinery SJ Sale or Trade Florists 4 Sale or Rent Foods A55 Salesladies .. Funeral Directors 3 Salesmen Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. * Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'J Bldg. Ph. 412 Furs . , Giitage lor Rent Gaiage for Sale Gardens Glf'is He!;:) W a n t e d , with Inv Help W a n t e d , Female 31 Help W a n t e d , Male 32 Help W a n t e d , Male. Female .A38 Hide, Wool, Fura 7S Household Goods 73 Seeds. Feeds Serv.. O f f e r e d Situation U'td Ab 27 66 Rent 4i A3S A4'» 34 35 23 A 33 41 Stamps, Coins ,. 60 Stationery Stocks 30 Summer Cottages Swap Service ... 31 Travel Bureau Trade or Exch. 32 Upholstering Wld. to Borrow , Wtd. to Buy .... Wtd. to Rent ,. Wearing Apparel . .A Death Notices 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'!. Bank 204 Weir Bldg-., Mason City, Iowa Real Estate Loans AS 1 WIMMER, Milton. G., 44, died at a local hospital about 6 o'clock Wednesday morning following; an illness of about a. month. Funeral services will be held at the Congregational church at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, with the Rev. Alexander S. Carlson in charge. Burial will be In Elmwood cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in' charge. Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night S S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St. N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home -- A. service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash., Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St. N. E, Ph. 511 C. E. Snipps, H. B. Major. Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1S27J. 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 400 NEW SPRING WALLPAPER PATTERNS. North Iowa's greatest selection. RALPH S. SHEPHERD Paint and Wallpaper. "16 First S. E, Opp. Chapman's Lost and Found MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4 w Si--596 Mason City Real Estate--5T 0 -- 6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgage:! for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phons 284 Mason City, Iowa WANTED--Woman with educational background. Experienced in meeting public. Managerial work. Age 30-45. Give references, phone, street number for interview. Write R-3. Globe-Gazette. 50 REAL BARGAIN 200 Acres. Ideal location. Large house, furnace heat, good bani with silo and other outbuildings. '(. mile from small town. Mortgage .?11.000. ?S5 per acre. Possession at once. T. W. Gilpin, Norlhwood, Iowa. Male, Female Help A36 MEN AND WOMEN WANTED High school graduate or former teacher. Permanent. Promotion. No office work. To begin April 7, 5400 minimum for first six months. WRITE V-4. Mason City Globe-Ga7ette. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Buiok 1929 sedan, good shape, team horses, cattle or hogs. Write ZZ-3, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Speckled Hamburg roosters for others of same kind. Write LL-2, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--No. 1 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 ZZ-2, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT^-Sleeping room close in. Reasonably priced. Gentleman preferred. 605 E. State St. FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rms. 01 slpg. rms. reas. Ph. 1054J. FOR RENT---Furn. warm. rm. in private home. Reasonably priced. Ph. 199SJ. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Front 2 rm. furn. apt. 123'i No. Fed. FOR RENT mod. apt. 54 wk. 4261. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt, $12. liance Investment. Ph. 849. Al- FOR RENT--One rm. furn. apt. one sleeping room. 110 y- S. Del Ph. 301. FOR RENT -- Unfurn. rood, apt., light, water anj hot water heat free. 726 llth N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Furc. apt. Heat and water furn. Ph. 2357. For Reit--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. Optometrists Al 5 Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT--S4D_ 6 rm. mod. oak finish home, .$35; 5 rm. mod. bungalow, oak .finish. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR SALE WITH POSSESSION 12(1 A. BKTVVKKN M d N T I R E AND STAOV- VILLK AT S33 PICK A U K K 90 acre* tillable CarriiiKttm lyam will nnd 30 iicn'S Kt»u(l Itltle crJis.s iiiLsliit'L 1 . Buildings adequate in size but need repairs find itinnt. Has atcel w i n d m i l l and (,'rovu. Will mal;o a good home or a Hood investment, illicit b e t t e r titan the price Indicates. ROMEY REALTY CO. Mason City, la. FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. LAND INFORMATION--Write for free Zone of Plenty book describing income farm opportunities along the Great Northern Ry. in Oregon, Washington. Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota. Well located farm homes, large or small, are available at low prices and easy terms. Consult us for information as to a good location for mixed farming--livestock raising--dairj'ing-- poultry--fruits. E. C. Leedy, Dcpt. 245, G. N. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. FARM BARGAIN Forty acres close in to Northwood. Seven room house, barn and other- outbuildings. Used as dairy farm past 7 years. J5.200. Possession at once. T. W. GILPIN, Northwood, Iowa. Farms For Rent A50 FOR RENT--240 A. ?.'i miles N., 2 miles E. of Ricevillc cheese factory. A good farm mostly tillable with share rent. Romey Realty Co. Mason City, la. FOR RENT--Close in dairy specialty and poultry ranch and 60 acres cultivated with 25 acres clover. Nishrood, Nora Springs, Iowa. FOR RENT--190 acres -farm land, 50 acres pasture. Best of soil in southern Kossuth county. 421 N. Harlan St., Algona, Iowa. Ph. 603. FOR RENT--Good 160 acre farm. Louis Schneider, 5 mi. west Manly. Roads open. TENANT WANTED At once, near Hampton. Must be good, neat couple. Can raise all chickens wanted on hatch. Write S-4, Globe-Gazette. Form Machinery FOR SALE 51 G. P. John Deere Tractors $250 up. 1 model A. John Deere Tractor, rubber tired, 1 year old, big- discount. All kinds farm machinery. J. P. HANSEN, Otranto, Iowa. Misc. For Sale 55 Clover ,$7.20, A l f a l f a .?4.20, Seed Corn S2.00. All per bushel. Also other bargains. Postal car'd us to- GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service] Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Exp. Talk Cafe. waitress. Town WANTED--Woman or girl for general housework. Go home nights. Good ref. required, ph.. 3466. WANTED--Girl or woman housework. 634 s. Jersey. for WANTED--Exp. woman for housework, good cook. Ref. Ph. 776. WANT EXP. BEAUTY operator with following. Good location, splendid chance for right party Write Y-27, Globe. Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Exp. single man on farm. John Jakoubek, Garner, la. WANTED--Married couple to work on farm, no children. Apply in person. Ed Frisch, Garner. WANTED--2 young men with cars. Harried men preferred. Salary and commission while learning;. Apply 14 1st S. E. S a. m. Thursday. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED work by e.xp. mar. couple, on farm. No children. Good references. Write L-3 Globe-Gazette. YOUNG Exp. married couple want work on farm by year, 1 child. 2232 22 S. W. LOST--Saturday 20 feet 1'i inch oil hose. Ph. 1723. Reward. LOST--Purse near llerkcl's. Leave at Globe-Gazette for reward. LOST--Springer Spaniel with brown collar. Ph. 246S. Reward. Money to Loan LOW COST LOANS S"ou can get Loans here on convenient plan and only von sign. Repny In convenient installments. lai'i North Federal. HUMPHREY EXP. Married man wants farm work. Russell Wambeam, Carpenter. Iowa. YOUNG Couple wants farm work. Andrew Mullen, Rt. 2, Rockwell. EXP. man wants work. ' Do most any kind of work. Raymond Matthes. care Bill Hurd. Clear Lake. Services Offered A33 MIRRORS Rcsilvcred. 20 4 N. W Ph. M60J. PAPERING and Painting rooms, $2 and up. Call Dahlstrom. Ph. 3538J. WANTED--Washing and ironing ?l each. Laura Cabbell, 616 N. Mon. FOR RENT--Clear Lake, 12 rrn. mod. house, 3 baths, double gar.. Suitable for rms. and apts. 550. Across st. from park. J. P. Swanson, 215 N. 4th, Clear Laks. FOR RENT--Forest Park bungalow, good cond., gas heat. A ance Investment. Ph. 849. FOR RENT--Mod. house. Ph. 867. FOR RENT---5 rm. bungalow .$40; 5 rm. bungalow S30; 5 rm. bungalow, S25; 3 rm. apt, $10. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983. FOR RENT--3 bedroom bungalow, double garage, S38. Write Y-3, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--2 small houses. Inq. 220 5th N. E. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. home, hot water heat. 145 6th S. W. Reasonable. Inq. 615 S. Adams. Houses For Sole 47 FOR SALE--Equity in new home, sold on contract. Forest Park. Will sacrifice. Leaving city. For further information, write X-3 Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house. welJ located, close in. ,$400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT--Known as Balmat property opposite beet plant. Mrs. W. B. Pedclty. Ph. 2629. Lots For Sale 48 FOR SALE--2 business lots S. Federal ave. Frank Fiala, Tailor. Park Inn hotel. FOR SALE Main Street Lot 44x46 On Lake shore across street from new pier site and City park. Best locntion for summer business. Must be sold at once. W. H. WARD CLEAR LAKE day for illustrated circular samples. Hall Roberts' Son PostviJle, Iowa. and WHO OWNS THE FARMS OF CERRO GORDO COUNTY? This information is contained in the 1936 Plat Book which is now on sale at the Globe- Gazette office. The book, just off the pross, contains a Plat, or drawing, of each of the 16 Townships, and each Township is represented on a page. The owners of all Cerro Gordo county farms, and the exact size of each, the towns, schools, creeks, paved and gravel roads, and the steam and electric railroads are all shown in this up-to-date, easy-to-rcad Plat Book. It's a valuable Book, made to sell for S2.50, and the Globe-Gazette has a very limited number for sale. While they last, you can secure a copy at the office for Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Chest-drawers, chairs, center table, dining table, sewing machine, beds, springs, bedroom suite, victrola, f r u i t jars, garden hose, dishes, wringer, tub, boiler, oil heater, refrigerator, lamps, lawn mower. After 10:30 a. m. 1038 N. Penn. FOR SALE--1 Moore No. 17 Console circulating heater in good condition. Phone 2240-W. Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE--Bronze turkeys, breeding stock, 30c pountf at farm. Mrs. Fred Furness, Rockford, Rt. 2, Ph. 3 on -J2, Nora Springs. FOR SALE--Nice bronze gobbler. Ph. 9F5, Clear Lake. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED to buy for cash 4 or 5 rm. mod. house. Ph. 3567-J. HIGHEST Prices paid lor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANTED--Used rurniture. Joe Goss, 212 South. Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent 3 rm. furn. apt. for mother and 2 girls. Reasonable. Write J-3. Globe-Gazette. A LIMITED SUPPLY ON HAND FOR SALE Hickory cord wood, Phonr PURCHASING DEPT. JACOB E. DECKER SONS Foods A55 POTATOES Large size, per bag 9Rc Jonathan apples, per basket SI.39 6 Ibs. 25c Onions, 50 Ib. bag 60c 10 Ib. bag 19c Pop corn, sure pop. 3 Ibs 25c EARLS FRUIT MKT. 1603 S. FED. BUY VEGETABLES, kraut, dill pickles at Gardenland, Ventura. Wearing Apparel 70 SALE on new boy's and girl's rubbers, 2rc and up, while they last; ovcs at reduced prices. B. O. ^change, 140S N. Federal, WANTED -- To rent furnished house. Adults. Write T-4, Globe- Gazette. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--A lonn of $4,000 on 120 acre farm. Write D-3, Globe-Gazette. WOULD Like to borrow $1,350, first mortgage on home as security. Write L-4, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 GOOD WILL U S E D C A R S At this time we have a nice selection of Used Cars, including Pontiacs. Chevrolet.-;, Fords, Plymonths and other makes. See us before you buy. John Gallagher Pontiac 6's 8's 25-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays The WINTERMART 150 DSED CARS AT FAIKGROUNDS Salesmen There Every Day. Two Old Reliable Firms. Definite and Dependable Guarantees. WAGNER MOTOR CO. J. H. MARSTON Entrance Just \Vest of Federal on Nineteenth Street Autos for Sale 79 Graham 1935 Coach Only 3200 miles. Heater. Twin horns. Just like new. Save $225.00. Folsom Auto Co. 722 South Federal Avenue. 1930 FORD TUDOR SEDAN Good tires. Good mechanical condition. Upholstery needs a little fixing. 595 S R CHEV. CO. Auto Truck 80 FOR SALE--1934 Chevrolet and long wheelbase trucks with stock rack, claas B license. Gilmore Lindgren, Ph. 95, Shell Station, Forest City. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OK INCORPORATION OF INDUSTRIAL CREDIT CORPORATION. Notice in hcrRhy given t h a t under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Iowa anil t h e Hirundmcnt5 thereto, a corporation for pecuniary p r o f i t hns hct-n organized and has adopted the following Articles of incorporation: KNOW ALL M E N IIY TIIKSE PRESENTS: That H. \V. Ivooncke and \V A, \ V c y t i a I l ot Alrson City, Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa, do hereby associate ourselves together us a body corpor.ite and become incorporated u-IUi all tho rights, powers and privileges vested in a n d conferred upon corporations f u r p e c u n i a r y jn-ofii nmlei nnfl by v i r t u e of the laws of the State .;;· Jowa, and to Uiat find and pnrjtose do hereby adopt the f o l l o w i n g Articles ol Incorporation, to-ivit: Article I. The name of this corporation shall be "Industrial Credit Corporation" and Its principal place ot business shall be at Mason CHy, CL-ITO Gurdo CuitiUy, JO\\H. A r t i c l e J f . The RiMitral nature of the business to be Transacted by this Corporal i o n shall PC to cotidut-t a general investment business: to carry on and transact a pofieral loan misln^*; to mak« loans to working men and w»i;tj cJirners to the end of promoting t h r i f t and f r u K n l K y ; t" take, acquire, buy, m a i n t a i n , develop, sell, convey, \cnnt. moriKiisc, exchange, improve and otherwise deal in any and every lilnd or real palate anil personal properly or any interest or riKills t h e r e i n ; to purchase, ac i quire, holri and dispose yi slocks, bonds and mortsajiRs and other obiignlions, including t h e stooks and t,onds of t h i s Corporation and including j u d g m e n t s , account .1 or df-bls of any person, lirm or corporation c i t h e r p u b l i c or private; to borrow money for any of the purposes of this Corpnr.itirm and to secure the panic; to mortsace .ill or any part of the properly, rights or franchise of tills Corporation, K n d to create, iss-ue, draw, accept and negotiate bonds and mortRncos, bills of exchange, promissory notes or oilier o b l i R a i i o n s or negotiable jnstninie-ils; to ptm- fluct a. general mercnniile bus i ness, pi I h e r retail or wholesale; and to do any and all o; the things herein enumerated and set forth as f u l l y ami to t h e same extent as any natural person mifiht; or can do in any part of inc. world, Article ill. The authorized capHal stork of this corporation shull be 510,COO.On divided into Four Hundred shares of 52S.OO each, all of which shall be fully paid when issued and shall be non-nssQ.csable. Article IV. This Corporation shall commence business on (he date of tl.c Issuance of\ the certificate of incorporation by the fiecrrlary of Stale of t h « S t a t e nf Iowa, iniil sliajl continue for a period or M years thereafter, and shall have the power of renewal, said Corporation may, hmvijver, be ilfasolvea at any time tH. :i r e g u l a r meel- IHK or ut any .special meeting called there- for iy the a(TirmiUive vole of two-thirds of i t s slock then outs landing. Article V. The a f f a i r s of this Corpora- t l o n ' s n a l l be cmiductcd by a Board or D i rectors of not less t h a n two nor more than peven directors and u n t i l changed by the .slock holders of ihis Corporation, the Board of Directors shall consist of two directors. Each dir-eetftr shall he a stockholder in tho Corporation ftnrl shall be elected hy ballot at (he annual meeting of the stockholders of said Corporation, find said directors shall ln.ld office for a period of one yt'ar or un- t i l t h e i r jturi'psjiors arc elected am! Q'lall- ficil. The director* may elect from t h e i r emu n u m b e r a President, Vice Pr'sf(U-m. Secretary and Trca.«Urrr and any two of s«!ti offices may be held hy one person Tin- #o;ih| t f Directors may fruin time lo t i m e pled or appoint such other of I leers or aK'nts RH they m»y deem necessary. A n y t'HIC'.T cr director mny at n meeting o; tin? stodtholdrrp or 'it a «peci»l meelmi; fill ted for that purpaup be removed and his successor may be plccted by the af- f i r m a t i v e vote ot two-thirds of the stock then outstiindiriK. A i t i c l u VI. The a n n u m m o o t i n g of the stockholders yf this Corporatipn jilmll be neld at th« City of Muson city, Orro (iordo i.'i unity, I(JW;L. on j.hi First Tuesday a t i e r the Kirnt Monday o( eiich your. .Special mei'tiiiKf of t h e s t o c k h o l d e r s may be called at any time by the Board of DimMora or hy the President, or li.v the holders of at least 40To of the slock then issued and outstanding. At each stockholders m e e t i n g , each .--Uoi'kholdrr shall be entitled ic r.-ixt. c i t h e r In person or by proxy in writ Inc. one vole for each share of n.ock held by him, A.I shown hy the books of the Corporation, except in all elect i o n s for directors each stockholder -shall h.'ivo the rit;ht to vote the number of shares oT stock owned hy him for as many perrons as t h e r e are d i r e c t or.i to he elected, or tn ncciimulalc xald votes and pivr to the candidate ns m a n y volt's «s t h e n u m b e r of t h e directors to be elected m u l t i p l i e d by (he number nf his shares of stock shall equal, or to d i s t r i b u t e them on tho name plan among us many candidates as he may ace fit. Article Vil. Until the first a n n u a l mcet- Inc of t h e Corporation In February, ll^fi. and u n H i J h n election nnrf. q u a l f f f c a t i o n of t h e i r successors, respectively, the rollnwinj; tinme- 1 ! persons shall be and do consist ihe Board of Directors of this Corporal Ion: II. W. Koenckc and w. A. \V-?tfall, both of Mason City. IOWA, of which K. W. Koeneke shall be president and W. A. Westfall, Sue- iclary and Treasurer. Article VIII. The stockholders may at nny time estiibllsrt such by-law.i and rutc.t ami rut.-ulatior.!' a s they may dn-m proper n n d expedient to m a n a n e the a f f a i r s of ttic said Corporation, and Ihe a«! f | Corporation doea not adopt a corporate seal. Article IX. A H deeds, conveyances and other i n s t r u m e n t s convey Ins any interest in real e.^titt, nnd nJl In,s r tnim**nt3 nf contract r e q u i r i n g the acltnowlpd semen * of t n c Oor- porution shall be sisnetl by the President or in his absence or i n a b i l i t y to net, hy the Vice President, and shall be atU'stcil by the Secretary, and alt deeds ami conveyances so executed shall be binding and conclusive upon tile Corporation. Arlic/e X The private property of nJl of the stockholders of t h i s Corpntatlon shill be exempt rnmi j i a b i l i t y of any and all debts of this Corooration. A r t i c l e X*. These A r t i c l e s of Incorporntloti may be chanpcd, altered or amended at any r'.-Kiilar rn'ietinc of the stockholders Or at any special meetlpR called t h c r r f o r by :he flffirmatire vote ot iivo-thirrfs of the .itock l l t c n laMied, p r o v i r i j n g no amendment shall be mad; anlhomini; the Issuance of nny slork not f u l l y paid or subject to assessment. Paied this 3Ulh day or November, A, D, 1935. H. W. K O K N K K B W. A. KOT1CK OF Tlir A P r o i N T M E X X OF F,XKf:i.TRIX STATK OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, PS. No. 4757. NOTICE IK HKREBV GIVEN, that t h u unclersiKnfd has been duly appointed and qualified as Kxccutrlx of the estate of William R. Bums, Deceased, late of Cerrn dorrio County. A l l persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment ; nnd those having claims against ihe same will present them, duly authenticated, lu the undersigned for allowance, and (lie In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. IDA B. SUJDDARTH, Executrix. Frank \V, Chambers, Attorney. Dated February 17th, 1936. S. II. WacPealv. Clerk District Court. By--Marparet Jliley, Deputy, 'OTICK OF AI'POINT.MEXT OF KXKCU'TOR STATK OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo C o u n t y , ss. N i t . 4 4 . 1 1 . Notice is hereby Riven, t h a t 'he u n d e r - ."jfijiprf ha.s been d u l y appointerJ anrt q u a l i f i e d as Executor nf ihe e.«lat e nf A n n a K. M o l t . Deceased, l a t e Of Ccrro Oorrio County. All persons i n d e h t o d tn said estale are requested lo m a k e I m n m i l a t c p a y m e n t ; and those lutv- Inn claims UK"in5i th'. 1 same will prcsu/it t h e m , d u l y n u t h r n t l c a t e d . to the untlersl^no'i for »llnw;inc«. and l i t e !n the office of lh« Clerk »t UM- District Court, LKONAIU.) W. MOTT. Executor. KAI.l'H S. S T A N B K f t V . Attorney^ Dalr-,1 M a r c h 2. I'.KSB. S. II. M H c P K A K . Clerk District Court) By A1AKOARKT JULE", Deputy.. NOT1C1-: Ol-' A P P O I N T M E N T OF ADM1.MSTKATOK STATK OF IOWA. Ccrro Gortlo County. IS, No. -ITSC. Notice i« hereby Kiven. lint tile untjpr- Klu-d has bct'n d u l y appointed anil q u a l i f i e d , i A d m l n i n t r n t o r of the estate of F. l^i- lit'rta AndtT.ioti. iDecenfred, l u t e of Crrro (;ordn C o u n t y . All persons I n d e b t e d to said ·slate are requested to make immediate pay- m e n t ; and tho?e h a v I n K c l a i m s a c a i n s t tho same w i l l present tliem. d u l y authcri!lcalc'1. lo the under.iiKncd for allowance, and r i l e In the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the District Court. S. F. WILSON, A d m l h i s l r a t o r . K O K THOMPSON. Attorney. Dated Kelt. 2U. inr.i;. S. M. .MacPKAK. Clerk District Court, By M A R G A R E T R I L K Y . Deputy. NO'I'ICK OK A P P O I N T M E N T OF FAKCl TIUX STATK OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss« Nn. t7W. Notice in hereby g i v e n t h a t t h e unrlersigncd has be^n d u l y a p f i n i n t e r t and q u a l i f i e d · aa K x e c u t r i x or the qsiale of A r t h u r H. Bauer,deceased, l a t e "f Cerro C.nrdn C o u n t y . All persons Indoht-rl In snld c s t n t c are requested. i n m a k r i m m e d i a t e payments; and Ihnse hav- hip; claims npR.in5l the same w i l l present t h e m , riuly a u t h c n i i c a l e d . to the undcrslcned for a l l n w a n r c . and f i l l In the n f d c e nf the Clerk of t h f t Dislrict C o u r t . t ; K R T K I J D K B A U E R . Executrix. W. A, \VKSTFALL, Attorney. DatPrt March 2. 1P3B. S. M. M a r F K A K . C l r r k D i s t r i c t Court, By M A K G A R K T R I L K Y . «Dcpuly. NOTICE OF Ari'OINT.MENT Ol r K N K C I ' T R I X STATK OF IOWA, Ccrru Gorrlo County, ss^ No. -177-I. Notice is hereby Riven, t h a t the undcr- slj;nfvi has been d u l y a p p o i n t e d and q u a l i f i e d as K x e c u t r i x of the ..-state nf John K. Steam.*,, Decc.'ised. I n t e of Cerro frdo County. All persons I n d e b t e d to said "state are rcqursted- to make i m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t ; nnd tho.ic hav- ine; claims acfilnst thn ?atne will prcppnt t h e m , d u l y a n t h e n l i c a t o r i , to the undersigned all"wnnce. and rile in Ihe o f f i c e of tho Clerk of Die ni.s-trfct Court, G R A C E R. STKARNS. Executrix. R. F. CLOUGH. Attorney. Dafd March 2, 1W6. S. M. M a c P K A K . Clerk D i s l r i c t Cnnrt* By M A R G A R E T H1LKY, Deputy. AUNT MET By Robert Quillcn "There wasn't much the! matter with Ben. He just died because that was the only way to quit hearin' about his wife's great ancestors." FOR SALE--Essex super six For- dor sedan, nice motor trunk, velour upholstery, 5125. Lapiner Motor Co. FOR SALE--Good Chev. coupe to be sold at Lund's sale Thursday. FOR SALE--1934 V-8 DeLuxe coach. Will sacrifice. Private owner. Reuben Greiman, Rt. 4, Garner. Lodges and Societies I. 0. O. F. LODGE NO. 224 IZ'/l E, STATE I'HONES 21J-1-1T-2144J eeting every Tuesday 7:30 P. JJ. J. C. ROBINSON, M. G, Ph. 825 JVAYMAN CLOSSON Kcc. Kec'y. 3-167, H. J. PINE. Fin. Sec'y. t-vtai. ORDER OF MOOSE 3IOOSE HAI.I^-2ND A N D S. FEDERAL Phone 1278 Meets first and third Tuea- days or each month. Every 4th Tuesday Is family nlsnt. W. P. CHAMBERLIN. Dictator. Phone 2M9. ^7LL^.^l^ UKOTH. scc'y. Phone 303SW BENEVOLENCE LODCE NO. 145 A, F. A N D A. H.-- 7:30 P. M. Staled communication first Thursday ol each month, District Crftnrf Lndf:e School of I n s t r u c t i o n . March 10, 11, 12. G. I. WOOD. W. M. C. P. SHIPLEY. Scc'y. PP.OnKAM I n M r n r i i o n and p x n n i i n a t i o n Ht l:0fl a. m- and I ;,10 p. M. n[ ?a',-h riav. Secretnrl 0 ?' con- ftrcnc?. 1:3H p. tn. V.'Mnej*fUy. C m i f r r i n c «i dfjrrcfs hy i n s t r u c t o r and districl lecturers at. 7:30 n." m. TupF'Uy. fir"! f i r c r f f . \ V r d n p s d i y . sorom! r i c s r r 1 ? . Thursday. I h i r d fleece. A l l w c i r k u n d e r direction ( f ru.=!Minns of t h e Rrand lIAltlMNC J.OmiK Nil. Bill A. F, AMI A. M. 7:30 P. M. i plated meeting First Friday ! of each month, \ D i s t r i c t Oramt Lnd^p School o( j I n s t r u c t i o n . M a r c h IP. 11. 12, L. L. RAVMO.VD. *V. AL C. C. HALPHIDS. Sec'?. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA MOOSE H A L L Camp meets 2nd nnd 4tb Thursday, 7;30 P. M. Chfh mc-eis Jst nncj 3rd ThiirFd.iys. 2 P. .M. MAKGAKKT JOHNSON. Orncle. J£AY BUmVOP.TH. Rcc. Phone 1372W QUEEN K E K E K A I I LODGE NO. lOfi t. O. (t. F. HALL--7:.1d M c p 1 i n p 5 f v o r y tirpt nnrl t h i r d Fridr.y 'of nvntli. P. N. r,. A. m r e i p f i r s t Tlmr-i- d a y J i n c r r i ' i ' i i : r n c h m"nth. MT;s, i I'M n.nPsn.M, N. t; :;r,7. ns. vnw .VL;TTI,V;, F; s MJMV. WKS. K. E. KOLWINSKA, F. S. HSSJ. FOOD?" THAT'S HOW MUCH American women spend. If you are buying food for the co-called "average" family of four your share is at least $1 1 a week. The job of getting the most out of that eleven dollars requires thoughtful planning, if not ingenuity. You've got to keep a supply of staples on hand--flour, sugar, shortening, baking powder, essential condiments and spices. A variety-of breakfast cereals is required. Milk, butter, eggs and cheese figure in meals constantly. Tea, coffee, cocoa and canned fruit juices are consumed daily. Fresh, as well as canned fruits and vegetables, can't be overlooked. Meats and fish--either fresh, smoked or canned--demand that you buy them. Jellies, jams, relishes and canned soups insist upon a place in your market basket. And last, but not least, is bread three times a day. So what's the best rule to follow in buying this wide assortment of food? How can you avoid monotony in meals? How can you discover new menus and recipes? How can you have enough money left over each week from your food allowance for a few tasty luxuries that make meals more appetizing? How can you save time and money in buying? Well, you can tramp through the markets daily--· "looking, pricing and comparing. But there's an easier way--a more accurate way--a more up-to-the-minute way-- READ THE FOOD ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS NEWSPAPER

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