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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 29 · 1937 FIFTEEN TQ FILL AN EMPTY PURSE, RENT AN EMPTY ROOM Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 DURING 1937 -- MAKE AND SAVE MONEY BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS To know how inexpensive they are just glance over the rates quoted below-Five Average Words to Each Line--Minimum Ad Two Lines Size ot-Ad One Day Three Seven Days Days 2 Lines ..$ .30 $ .70 $1.30 3 Lines .. .45 1.05 1.S5 Lines .. .60 1.40 2.60 5 Lines .. .75 1.75 3.25 5 Lines .. .90 2.10 3.90 7 Lines .. 1.05 2.45 4.55 S Lines .. 1.20 5.20 9 Lines .'. 1.35 3.15 PRICES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS 15% discount il the ad is paid within 5 days of the day it is inserted. I N D E X TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position in which they appear In tlic section. Cemeteries MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. I. O. P. Bldg. 172, 1827J Florists 5 1 ARE YOU Wondering how to send congratulations? Say it with flowers. Kembles 55. , Personals "CHHYSLER AIRTEMP", the perfect air conditioning. J. H. Marston, 107 1st St. S. E. Ph. 162. WANT to take bids on from Hanlontown to hauling Fertile, lumber and coal in carload lots. Fertile Lumber Co., Fertile, Iowa. SAVE MONEY On the cost of your Dwelling and Fumilure Insurance. America's largest exclusive Dwelling Inp. Co. with an A-l rating offers towel- rales. See us first before renewing your next policy. It will pay you. We will gladly quote you rates or call at your home. sec OJeson Ins. Agency mm PHONE 108 and 1594 Business Services FOR BUILDING Your home or remodeling your home, call C. A. Holmenn, contractor. Ph. 2667. FEDERAL Corporation Automobile Financing. 309 First Nail. Bank Building. Phone 516. GLASSES--We use the best quality at a price you can afford to pay. Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted, Female 10 WANTED--Exp. girl for gcn'l hswk, 816 S. Wash. Lodges and Societies 1 Card of- Thanks 2A Ocalh Notices '2 Funeral Directors . 3 In Mcmorlam 3A Cemeteries 4 Florists 5 C-ost and Found 6 Personals Beauty Shops Business Services Help Wanted, Female Salcswork (or Women Help Wanted. Male Salcswork for Men 13 Help Wanted. Male or Fc- malo 13A Agents Wanted 14 Wt.rfc Wanted. -"' Women J5 Work Wanted. Men Ifi Instruction 17 Business Opportunities is Money to Loan 19 Wanted lo Borrow ' 20 Rooms for Rent 31 Apartments for Rent ' 22 Houses for Rent 23 Cottages for Rent 23A Business Places for Rent 24 10 12 .10 Garages for Rcnl 25 Farms. Ac'c- ages for Rent 23A Wanted to Rent 25B Houses and Lots for Sale 2fl Business Properly. Sale 27 Real Eslate for Sale. Exch. 23 Real Estate Wanted '" Real Estat ' Loans farms for Sale Of F.NChtHlfie 30A filisccllancoua tor Sale .Tl Swap Service 32 Home Furntsh- , ingn 33 Musical Instruments 34 Radios and Service 35 Business Equipment 36 Good Things to Ent 37 Waul to Buy 33 Dons. Birds. Other Pets Livestock and Equipment 40 Poultry and Supplies Automobiles for Sale Auto Parts, Tires, Scrv. 43 Wanted. Automobiles 44 39 41 42 ANNOUNCEMENT Death Notices DeCAMP, Charles W., 87, died at the I. O. O. F. home Thursday morning following an illness of three days. The body was sent to Mount Vermin for burial. The Patterson funeral home in charge. TAGESEN, Donald George, 27, died nt a local hospital at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday morning following an illness. Funeral-services were held at the Patterson funeral home Friday afternoon, with the Rev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. The Patterson f u n e r a l home in charge. Card of Thanks 2A We wish lo thank our friends and neighbors wlio were so kind and helpful to us durins the illness and after the death of our deal wife, mother and grandmother. Mrs. W. H. Hoffman. Mr. W. H. Ploffman, Mr. a n d . Mrs. Wallace Peterson and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hoffman and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Horn anc family. Funeral Directors McACJLEV Funeral Home--Complete service day and night. B S Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third SL N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral Home--A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash., Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral Home.Ambu- lance service. 104 3rd SL N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. In Memoriam 3A H In loving memory pf our wife and mother who left us just a yeai ago today. And when the stream Which overflowed the soul had passed away, A consciousness remained, that i had left "Deposited upon the silent shon Of memory, images and prcciou: thoughts, That shall not die and cannot br destroyed. v OUo Wilhelm and Marie WANTED--Woman to help care £01- elderly lady. Some house- vcu-k. Write R-27, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 12 WANTED--Young married man on farm. Must be experienced and steady. No boozer, year round iob for the right man. Give exper- ence, age and size of family and ·eferences. Write D-29, Globe-Gazette. Money to Loan 19 "ALLTBILLS" Paid in Full And money left over. Group your bills here. Have one place to pay. Easy Repayment Plan. LOANS to $300 SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat. Bank. Ph. 412 L O A N S UP TO $300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on the unpaid balance lor the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa 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 Joan any da3', and to allow ample time for re^ payment in conveniently small, regular amounts. Humphrey Finance Co. 10/z N. Fed. Ph. 578 Get CASH to Pay Bills From Your CAR By using our convenient, confidential monthly payment AUTO LOAN PLAN Home Office: Corner South ol New Cily Hail Phone 670 Midland Investment Co. FOR RENT Rooms for Rent 21 FOR RENT--Warm slpg. room ·304 N. Mad. WANTED--Exp. married man on farm. H. D. dale, Iowa. Caspers, Swale- WANTED--Exp. married man to work on farm for year. Apply n person. Ph. 4 on 83, Rockford. WANTED --RELf ABLE Man With Truck Closed in body. Part time or steady employment. Must have ;ood references. Write A-26, Globe-Gazette MAKE 5200 per month selling our low priced policies in Iowa. Drawing account. E. B. Taylor Agency, 24 Pioneer Bldg., Fargo, N. Dakota. Saleswork for Men 13 Wanted--Salesmen With car or closed truck, steady employment, with reliable firm. Must have good recommendation. Territories now open--west to Emmctsburg, Iowa., Enst to the river, South to Iowa Falls, Iowa, North to Rochester, Minnesota. T-26, Globe-Gazette Work Wanted, Women 1 5 WANTED--Housekeeping or care for elderly people. 4291. Money to Loan 19 FARM LOANS 4Vi PER CENT INTEREST Special 10 year loan, 4 and 4 1 , per cent interest. Prompt Closing. Reasonable Commissions. K I M E FARM MANAGEMENT AND REALTY CO. Ph. 175 or 136 Clear Lake, la. 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. United Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Ph. 1414 CAR PAYMENTS REDUCED 1/2 If your car payments arc 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 for farmers. See us today. Home Loan Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor Foresters Bldg. FOR RENT--Nice room, close in, .with meals. Young men preferred. Write X-27, Globe-Gazette. Real Estate Loans 30 FARM LOANS 4 ' b PER CENT INTEREST Special 1(1 year Io;m, 4 and 4',i per cent interest. Prompt Closing. Reasonable Commissions. K I M E Farm Management and Realty Co. Ph. 175 01- 136. Clear Lake, la. Forms for Sale, Exch. 3OA Forms for Sole, Exch. 3OA FOR SALE, TRADE--Imp. 160 A. Terms. A. R. Jorgenson, Clear Lake. S 1,500 DOWN PAYMENT w i l l buy Improved 80 Acre Farm, well located. Owner would t a k e small Mason City home as part payment. BECK BROS. CO. PHONE 134 FARMERS ATTENTION! You can still buy and get possession March 1st o£ Federal Land Bank Farms in Cerro Gordo and adjoining counties. 20% be/ore possession. Bal. like vent. L. P. Struyk, representative, 706 N. Federal. Ph. 30BO. FOR SALE--80 acres, finest land, new, mod. bldgs., near station, S75 pec A. Possession. Terms. Big list. Lewis Fedge, Albert Lea, Minn. FARMS FOR SALE Where We Can Give Possession March 1st, 1937. We Also Have Others, 80-A N. E, OF OSAGE $90.00 A level, all tillable farm with very good buildings, productive and near school. 160-A S. E. OF OSAGE $65.00 Mostly tillable with long gentle slopes, black productive soil and a complete set of good buildings. An outstanding value. 160-A S. W. OF CLEAR LAKE $95.00 An all tillable farm with new buildings and fences, level to undulating, productive, and can be sold with terms. LEY REALTY CO, 23 First Street S. E. Automobiles for Sale 42 S R CHEVROLET CO, True Values Inc, On one of our floors in the Used Car Dept. we have Special Offers YOUR CHOICE $75.00 MERCHANDISE Miscelloneous for Sale 31 FOR SALE--20 tons baled straw. Chr. Boddum, Crystal.Lake, la. FOR SALE--2 new beautiful heel- room suites, reduced price. Furn i t u r e , stoves, shoes of all kinds, etc. B. O. Exchange. Ph. 1216.- FOR SALE--Antique hand organ, mandolin, canaries. Ph. 301GW. FOR RENT--Rm. and kitchenette, also slpg. rm. 418 N. Wash. FOR RENT--Rm., breakfast it desired. HO 9th N. E. Ph. 3867. FOR RENT--Nice warm slpg. rm. gentlemen. Ph. 1087. Apartments for Rent 22 FOR RENT--Nice "imlurri""apt., close in. Ph. 2346 evenings. FOR RENT--3 rm. turn. Ph. 3928. apt., partly FOR RENT--Furn. 123'/2 N". Fed. 1 rm. apt., FOR RENT--3 rm. apt., everything turn. Ph. 2328. Houses for Rent 23 furnished, ?22. W. side. See J. B. Youngblood. MID-WINTER SALE Regular ?22.50 OVERCOATS, now . S20.SO t ! Q CO OVERCOATS, now . . .11/.DU REDUCED PRICES ON SUITS WILLIAM ALTER 123 N. FEDERAL AVE. FOH SALE One 7 foot Display Refrigerator, coil equipped. Also one ?4 1-1, P. Air Cooled Frigidaire Compressor. Piggly Wiggly MASON CITY Swap Service 32 SWAP -- 32 volt light generator and switchboard for brood sows. Write NN-27, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Mod. 4 rm. house, newly dec. 14th N. E. Ph. 154!)\V. SWAP--Jersey yearling b u l l for heifer or cow. Write LL-27, ( Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--G rm. partly house, $18. 310 10 N. E. mocl. FOH RENT--Mod. duplex, garage, garden, water. 225 14 S. E. 23315. FOR RENT--G room house. G S. W. Inq. (i)5 S. Adams. 151 FOR RENT--5 rm. bungalow, lias furnace, ?15. Inq. S03 17 NW. FOR RENT -- Furnished house with garage. Call 1623 S. Fed. FOR RENT--2 mod. houses, close in and facing the lake. Inquire 123 S. 2nd St., Clear Lake. FOR RENT -- House in Central Heights. Inq. first house south of store. W. P. Pope. FOR RENT--7 rm. mnd., f u r n a c e 3 yrs. New H. W. floors down, painted up. Garage, paving. A good place. W. L. Palton, 109 E. State. Business Places for Rent 24 FOR RENT--Office rms. Desir- 'able office rm., r u n n i n g water, $10; 2 desirable adjoining rms., $14. See J. B. Youngblood. Garages for Rent 25 FOR RENT--Garage at Crystal Lake, Iowa. Chr. Boddum. Wonted to Rent B25 WANT--To rent farm on shares. Have 35 cattle, 11 horses, 10 brood sows, com. set of farm mach. and 3 boys to help. J. H. Sheridan, Bancroft, Iowa. 4 ,i% FARM 5% CITY MONEY For refinancing, b u i l d i n g , buying. Monthly payments optional. W. L. PATTON WANT TO RENT^-3 rm. f u r n . apt. Write L-28, Globe-Gazette. Houses, Lots for Sale 26 FOR SALE--4 rm. house to be moved off lot. Ph. 2667. FOR SALE--Bungalow under construction, possession Feb. 1 S. E. part, $330 down, bal. $30 month. Manleys. REAL ESTATE Real Estate Loans 30 MORTGAGE LOANS~ON North Iowa Farms 4'A%-S% Mason City Real Estate 4£%-5% Large f u n d life insurance and Private money. Choice Moilgaqes For Sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Ph, 284 Three times or less ottering "SWAP" costs nothing.- The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents tor 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 wiU be charged. SWAP--7 rm. house and 3 lots, fo stock and machinery nnd some cash. Write WW-27, GIobc-Ga- icette. Home Furnishings 33 FOR SALE -- Maytag washci square a l u m i n u m tub. excellent condition. W i l l sell al big sacrifice. Telephone 2067. FOR SALE--Used Spartan radio at a bargain. Ph. 1505. FOR SALE--Now is the t i m e ti buy one of those good recnndi tioneri used washers from Corn Gordo' Maytag Co. Phone 2067 Terms. Good Things to Eat 37 ONIONS, 10 Pound Bag CABBAGE, 8 Pounds RUTABAGAS, B Pounds 25c CARROTS, 8 Pounds 25 APPLES, 6 Pounds 25 POTATOES, Mcd. Size, Peck 29 EARLS FRUIT MARKET 1603 South Federal Wanted to Buy 38 WANTED TO BUY--SeTTou car in good condition. Write Z 28, Globe-Gazette. 28 Chevrolet Coach : 29 Essex Coupe -'29 Model A Cabriolet '2ft Oakland Sedan '28 Dodge Coupe-Called the fastest four '29 Essex Sedan : 28 Ei-skine Sedan '27 Essex Sedan '28 Pontinc Coai-h '28 Model A Coach '29 Model A Ford Coupe '27 Buick Sedan '2fi Overland Sedan : 28 U u r a n l 'Coupe SEE THESE CARS BEFORE YOU P U R C H A S E Also several s^"d buys in late model used cars. S R CHEVROLET CO.,, Inc. "North Iowa's Largest Used Car Dealer'' 18 S. WASHINGTON PHONE 6G5 Livestock and Equipment 40 FOR SALE--2 matched teams and some Jersey cows, Vz mi. east Plymouth. J. A. Sutlon. FOR SALE--10 Shropshire sheep, 9 ewes, 1 buck, SSiO. Lyle Carrott, Ilockford, Iowa. FOR SALE--Purebred Shorthorn bull. J. M. Stevenson, Rt. ;i, city. FOR SALE--Two purebred dark red shorthorn bulls. Clarence Smith l',2 miles south of Alexander, Iowa. FOR SALE--Team of horses, chickens. Merle Knapp, Shot- field, Iowa, Rt. 2. Poultry and Supplies 41 FOR SALE--White Leghorn pullets. 50c each. Ph. 1302. S. A. E. 10 winter motor oil, 40c gal. Home Town, 422 N. Mon. OEANUPSPECIA '29 De Solo Sedan, New Paint $99 '28 Nash Tudor, Like N o w . . . S ! ) H '2fl Roosevelt Sed. New Tires $9!) '29 Buick Std. Tudor. O n l y . . . $ 9 9 LajDiner Motor Co. FOR SALE--Packard 120 club sedan, f u l l y equipped. Radio, hot water healer, seat covers. Low mileage. Ph. 1580. FOR SALE--193!) Master Cliev. coach; b u i l t - i n t r u n k : low mileage; owner. Leonard J u h l , Clear Lsike, Iowa. WE SELL THEM We do not keep them Y O U SAVE what \ve would have to pay for extra storage Automobiles for Sale 4^ Good Will Used Cars 1937 License Paid 1932 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan 522 lim Chevrolet Tudor Sedan $22 193 L Hupmobile 4-Dr. Sedan $19 TRADE--TERMS Over 40 Used Cars to Pick Froir See us before you buy any ca John Gallagher, Inc. 25-27 Second S. E. Phone IfiG Open Evenings and Sundays LEGAL NOTICE '38 FORD TUDOR '35 FORD TUDOR '35 FORD TUDOR '31 PLYMOUTH SEDAN.. '30 PLYMOUTH SEDAN.. S495 S325 $375 S105 $125 SHn SI 25 $125 WANTED--Used f u r n i t u r e . Side Furn. Exch. Ph. G40. East WANTED--To buy used cash registers, typewriters, adding machines. Ph. 1033. WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's. 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. WANTED--Used turniture. Joe Goss, 212 South Fed. Ph. 942. WILL Buy going insurance business or number of smaller agencies in M. C. Write IT-27, Globe- Gazette. LJVESTOCK^ond PETS Livestock and Equipment 40 r'OR SALE--Purebred Shorthorn bull. J. M. Stevenson, H. 3, City. '31 ESSEX COACH '30 PONTIAC SEDAN . '30 PACKARD SEDAN. 50 OTHERS TO SELECT FROM Look Before You Buy RENEWED - GUARANTEED Pritchard Motor Co. ONE WHOLK BLOCK OF SALES . . . FORD . . . SERVICE On Perm From State lo First S. E. CHEVROLET 1932 Tudor Sedan. Hot water healer. Black p a i n l , good tires. Motor good. $50 down and $3.50 a week. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 19-25 THIRD ST. N. E. FORD '36 De Luxe 4 Door Sedan with built in trunk. Original finish, just lilie new. In fact the entire appearance of this car will testify as to the liind oT owner it has enjoyed. Many others, loo, Terms and trade. ZENOR MOTOR CO. 118 S. DELAWARE PHONE G91 uto Parts, Tires, Services 43 OR SALE--29x4.40 and 30x3V- tires, ?1.0Q up. 1636 N. Penn. Lodge Notices ·--·· j" ~~-f ~f-^-^~-f--f-f.f-^~^. QUEKN K F B E K A H LOIOE .Vo. 106 1. O. O. ; F, HALL 1:30 P. M. Meet lsl anrt -Vrt Triday of each month. Thunr., Kebck.ih Circle. 3:.in P. M., I n s t a l l a - tion ol O/ficcrs. 1*5. EARL LEAMAN, N. G. Ph. 3543 Ra MAUDE MAXSON. Rec. Sec, Ph. :09fi MRS, EU E. KOLW1NSKA. fin. Set Ph. 148 SJ HARDFNQ LODGE NO. 613 A. P. AND A. M. 7:30 r. M. Work in second dcpree Friday nifiht. Jan. 29. Bring brother, K. U HUDSON. W. M. Phone 1737 C. a HALPtaOK. Sec'y. Phone 249 BI'.NKVOr.ENCK l.ODCK NO. US A. F. A N U A. M. 1:30 r. M. Staled communication First Thursday of each moutli. C. H. JOHNSON. W. M. D. D. GILBEHT. Sec'y. OWANS FILLING SEVERAL OFFICE JOBS IN CAPITOL Congressional Delegation Picks Local Products for Positions, WASHINGTON, (P)--Members of Iowa's congressional delegation urned, almost without exception to local products for t h e i r ' W n s h - ngloti office staffs. Senator Clyde L. Herring, laics irrival of the delegation, brough will) him Miss Eililh Johnson, wh served as his secretary tlirougl two terms as governor, as 'riglil hand" assistant, and iias on his staff Clara Springer o Otlumwa, William Hippee of De Moines, and Charlotte Roswell o Des Moines, formerly of Hartley. Don Parel of Cherokee was re lained by Senator Guy Gillette Cherokee, as secretary. Other stal members are Cyril Farr and Spen cer Weart, both of Cherokee; services include hoes," and looked every bit Ijke a Vail street business man or Boston roker. A parly of Die Iowa Society in Vnshinglon which climaxed for '(siting lowans (he celebration in- ident to President Roosevelt's sec- ind inaugural wasn't without po- itical angles. Former Senator Lester Jesse Dickinson, republican foe of the :cw deal, whose term expired this year, presided over the dinner while the honor guesls included Democratic Senator Herring, who defeated him ; Secretary Wallace, and Senator Gillette. Dean Barr Burial to Be Made at Greene G R E E N E -- M r . and Mrs. George Pringle were advised of the d e a t h ot Dean W i l l i a m F. Barr of Drake university, al Des Moines. Mr. Barr is a brother-in-law oC Mrs. Pringle. He was superintendent ot the local schools for several years. From here he went to Parkersburg and from there to Drake university where he lived until retired last year as dean emeritus. His wife, who survives him, is a former resident of Greene and formerly (aught in the local schools and in Drake university. Funeral services will be held at Des Moines and the body brought to Greene and interment made in the Pleasant Grove cemetery. Rites Are Held for Early Gait Resident GALT -- Funeral services fo- H i r a m W. Lord, 57, were held at Bethel church and burial was made at G r u n d y Center. Mr. Lord, son of John and Helen Lord, was born on a farm which was homesteaded by his grandparents near G a l l , Dec. 8, 187!). He died at Los Angeles, Cat.. .Inn, 21. Ho was married to Lilly T. Modlin, Oct. 25, 1899. To this u n i o n were born two sons, Lcland and Merlyn, who died in early childhood. He leaves his wife, two brothers, David J and Homer C., both of Gall, and one sister, Mrs. Rachel Dosser oC Los Angeles. T1CE OF A M K N M M E N T TO Alt ricr.Ks or INCORPORATION or-' UNITY LUMBER COMPANY T t W h o m 11 M a y Co n cc rn: Noliuc is Liuruby Riven i l i f l l a I tl' special meeting of t h e stockholder? U n i t y Lumber Company, an Imva Co_ ponilioti. held ,il the ntficc o£ Hit 'Jon pnny in Mnson Oily. low;., on DCL-KJ \'2, 19:i,"i, alter rUic antl l e n n l notice ha been Riven in Ihc stockholders, at \vl iiicctitiy more t h a n s e v e n t y per i 170 *,c) was represented, Ihc fallov AmundniCnls were atlciplrfl: AM ENUM KNTS A r l l c l t I ·-RF:SOLVED mit the Ai-iicicR nt in roi'poralidn be anictitlvfl hy iU'ikii the word 'Mason Ci1y' fi-oin A r t i e 1 I hereof, nnri sit list f l u t i n g the wor 'Dcs Moities' t h c r c f Q i . A r t i c l e V. "«ESOI,VED t h a i the A r l k - l c ^ o£ J rornuriiUon of t h i s curpor.ilioti ' .tinemJeil tiy s t i i k i n c Arliclo V ihor from mid s L i t ^ t i t i i t t n ^ the £olfo\vini; lieu thereof: 'The a f f a i r * of t h i s cornor.it [i Kluill he conthiclcci by -,\ Ooanl of n 1 ess than l h rec i :i i a n d not mo t h n n sc'.'cn (T* rlirectors. The Tio;, may, hy r e s o l u t i o n , f i x t l i n immli ot ^ircctors \v i l l i i n ;|H-LO limUH. D rectors shall h o l d offitri; for citic arul u n t i l I heir Mjeccssor is clu cLeelctl aticl ( | t j a l i f i c d . In case r.ny d l - iccior or cfi tec tors (jccome iniwiltnis or unable tn act. t h r r e m a i n i n g d t - rpriorii may a p p o i n t directors lo hold o f f i c e u n l i t n successor Js iHtly elect- rtl, The t l i r n c t o r s shall, al t l i e l r f i r s t m c c t i i i c each year, elect as officers a President, a Vice-Presidciil, a Secretary, a Treasurer and such other o C f j c c r x as t h e Hoard may by resolution dirccl. A J I officers so elected si Ml I, except as hereinafter Tiro v feted. - h o f r l n f f i c e f n r otic year and u n t i l t h e i r successor is duly elrclcrf and qualified. In ca.se any o f f i c e r he- romcs unwilling or n n n b l c to act, the dh'uclorK may elect a n o t h e r lo such office, lo hold o f f i c e u n t i l a successor is d u l y elected. One person may hold two or more offices and no officer needs lo be a djrcclor or stockholder. By m a j o r i t y vote I tie directors may nt any Him? declare tiie lerm of any officer expired and his office vacant and elect n successor.' "RESOLVED. That' t h e A r t i c l e s of Incorporation of 1 his Corp or?: ion he amended by s t r i k i n g nut t h e word 'Mason C i t y ' from Article VI t h e r e o f . and s u b s t i t u t i n g the word 'Dcs Rloinca' In I i 7 i i therrof." The President and Secretary of I h c Company \vcre rinly a u t l i a r u e r l n'-.d directed to sipn. acknowledge, record, pub- l i s h and do all ( b i n g s which are by l a w r e q u i r e d . lo ri.relilr, r o m p l r l e and carry i n t o c f f c d Ihc a b n v r a f u e n d m c n t ^ tr» HIP Arttcte.s of Incorporation of saiti Comp a n , Si^nrri i his ^l^t rtay of December A. D. IDIfi. R O G E R S. T I N K R I N K . Preside til. HELEN F. FINKBINE. Secretary. Helen Sullivan of Fort Dodge, and H a r r i e t Urbach oC Dubuque. Others Arc Named. Tom Slowie of Clinton, who was in Ihc orcice of. the late Representative B. M. .lacobsen, is secretary In Representative William .lacobsen, with. Blanche Cook as cleric. Representative Oiha Wearin retained Hugh Louden of Clarinda and Fay Richards of Rivcrton; Jim D. France of Tipton, and Eh- nbetli Hirscli of Burlington, do liie office work of Representative Ed Eicher; Mrs. Margaret Welch of Grinnoll, and Miss Ruth Robinson of Waterloo, arc employed hy Rcpresentalive John W. Gwynne. Representative Fred Biermann's secretary is Ray R. Douglas of Postville; Representative C. C. Dowell employed Millard Carlisle of Des Moines and W. E. Males of Indianola; Representative Fred Gilelirisl ha.s Marguerite Mullen of Fonda, and Mavis Allen of Laurcns; and Rcpresentalive Vincent Harrington has Lloyd M. Price of Sioux City, and Mary Ellen Joynt ot Le Mars. Amendment Defeated. Handling llic bill lo extend the gold clause for the m i n o r i t y on the house floor last week, Representative Lloyd Tluirston, Iowa republican, contended for a c o n t i n u a - tion of a year and f i v e months instead of two years and f i v e months as the bill proposed. His amendment was defeated. The lowan pointed out t h a t congress again would be in session a year from now and suggested t h a t if the subject s t i l l was as import- a n t then it could receive preferen- t i a l treatment. He "appealed" In congress to "retain some of its powers" x x x asserting that adoption of a shorter period would NOT work any injustice on the country and "would be one step (n re-establish congress before the people of the United Stales." Comments on Hcrriiiff. An eastern writer, according to his newspaper column, got a surprise out of Senator Clyde L. Herring's appearance. He said Herring "hadn't any mud on his Rockwell Services. ROCKWELL -- Baptist church rvices include young people's Bible study Friday evening at the Menler home; leader, Clarence Oetkiti. Sunday morning, 9:30, subject, "The Second Dispensation," (Jan. 31). Sunday school, 11; lesson, "Financial Cost of Alcoholic Beverages." Young- . people meet at 6:45. Evening service, 7:30; subject, "Flood Conditions:'' The Rev. L. McCauley, pastor. NOTICE OF THE A P P O I N T M E N T O F E X E C U T R I X STATF. OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 4033 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, t h a t Ihc undersigned has been duly appointed and Qualified as Executrix of the estate of Hugh Davcy. Decc.iscd. late of Cerro Gordo County. All pcr.sons Indebted to saltJ estate are requested to make immediate payment; ar.d those h a v i n u claims a^aimt the .svmc will present t h e m , d u l y a u l l i e n t l c a t e d , t o t h e u n d e r - Hicncd for allowance, and f i l e In t h e of. f k c of th.» Clerk of llic District Court. H I A F t Y F.. D.WF.Y. K x r c l i m x . H o u » n l Af. flrmley. Attorney. TJaled J a n u a r y 13lh. !!:I7. S If. MacPcak. Ck.' k. D i s l r l c t Courl. By--Margaict n i t e y , i Depuly. AUNT HET By Robert Quillen "I ain't braggin' but my y o u n g u n s all done ^vell and J never used a book lo raise 'cm except to stick a dictionary u n d e r the l i t t l e ono at the table." Don't Delay! Tractors Will Advance in Price February 15 722 SOUTH FEDERAL. Monday, February 1st si 1:00 P. M. Half milr casl and' 3 miles n o r t h of Swalcdalc, k n o w n a« the old Dick Bcrdlnir place. HORSES 5 heart, 1 xvhllf marc, 13 years nld: 1 (trey jtalrilnjf, IZ .years old; 1 hay mart, IZ years old; 1 grey mare, blind, 1,500 Ibs., 11 years old; I old horse. CATTLE K sood milk cows milklnir now; 1 sprinting h e i f e r ; 2 heifer* coming 1 year old; 2 bulls; 1 small calf. MACHINERY Corn binder, Z wagons, 1 bobsled, 1 drag. 1 hay ra«k. harness and m a n y miscellaneous articles; 150 chickens, 200 bushels of oats, 6 or 7 sacks of seed corn. LUNCH WAGON OX THE GROUNDS Frank Anderson, Owner Ora liaylcss, Aiicl. Northwest Savings B a n k , Clerk

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