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Mason City, Iowa
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MARCH 13 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN Sell Your Baby Chicks Now Through Globe-Gazette Want Ads--Phone 3800 II Classified Advertising Information FUtera cents a lino Dm Insertion, Ten cents line lor each consecutive iub- ICQUent insertion. (Count live average words to U» line.) Seven insertions are given tot the price Jif ilz. CLASSIFIED DISPI-A7 ADVERTISING TO cents per column inch cacti InserUon. A. discount of 15 per cent will bo allowed rn all classified advertisements paid for at (hi tlmo at insertion or not latei than 5 daya thereafter. All out-of-town* ads are payabto In advance. All refunds on Want Ads must be called or wltiln 30 day. of the cancellation date of tiie order. Answer to "blind" advertisements must M addressed to the letter stated In the ad, care of tie Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name or those Inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum cnarso for single advertisement, S5 cents. PHONE 3800 Between g a. m. and 6 p. m. and asi for tho Ad Taker. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications are numbered according to the position In which they appear In the section. Agents ,... Apts. ior Kent ,. Amusements .... Auto Accessaries Autos for Sale .. 79 Auto Storage . Auto Tracks . Auto Repairing Beauty Parlors Board, Room . Bonds ...A 9 Bldg. Materials . « Business L c c 8- Uon 37 Business Opportunities C a f e s , rants Card of Thanks Chiropodists .... Chiropractors ... Cleaners, Dyera . Cottages A46 Jeath Notices .. 1 Dogs. Birds, Peta C3 Educational Op- Vi V' portunltiEs ... 40 \Electrieal Service 61 Employment Serj;* SalV. 50 ·or Rent .A50 .chlnery 51 . 4 .A55 ilrectors 3 19 W aWor Rent 68 Gor Sale 69 ..A19 .. 80 . 81 16 49 29 Restau- 17 2 13 1* 18 ,f::':::" S e ^ n t e a, and.i ...... Si R a n t e d , 32 Female. ,A3Q re, Wool, Furs 78 .ousenoid Goods 73 houses for Sale 47 Houses for Rent 46 instruction 3£ Insurance ...... 33 Investment 1( In Mcmorlatn . .A 2 Job Printing ... Z\ Laundries 2: Livestock tar Sale fi: Location Wanted 66 Lost and Found Lois (or Sale ... Machinery Milk Misc. for sale .. Misc. for Rent .. Money to Loan Mortgages ..... Monuments A 4 Moving, Storage Musical instr. .. Nursery Stock .. Offices for Rent 6; Office EqUipL .. 64 osteopaths 15 Painting, Decor. 24 Personals" ...... 5 photographers .. 25 Plumbing, Htg. . 2( Poultry, Eggs .. 74 "Real Estate Wtd. 66 Rooms for Retit W Sale or Trade . -A3S Sale or Rent ...A47 Salesladies 34 Salesmen ....... 35 Seeds, Feeds ... 28 Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Coins B .A71 Stationery 71 Stocks - 72 Summer Cottages 67 STvap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau . -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 Personals SPENCER Maternity corsets provide uplift rather than compression. Individually designed. Ph. 38S6. Lost and Found LOST--White fox terrier. Brown trimmings. Phone 2171. LOST--A bunch of keys between Golden Oak pool hall and Bex pool hall. Keturn to Golden Oak Pool Hull for reward. LOST--Black and white wire haired fox terrier wearing green sweater. Phone 799J. Keward. LOST--Or taken by mistake from Hawkeye Club Wed night, man's navy blue niggerhead overcoat with velvet collar. Return to Hawkeye. Money to loan 8 LOANS NOW Available If you need money NOW for any purpose, come in and let us explain our helpful loan plan. Prompt Friendly Service LOANS UP TO ?SOO 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 SWAP--Duroc Jersey boar coming 2 yrs.; chickens or anything. Write LL-17, Globe-Gazette. NEW LOANING PLAN $50 FOR $5.25 FOB 5 MOS. Courteous and confidential sen-lee. Ask any one of our 1,000 satisfied customers. Experienced loan counsellor In charge. SECURITY LOAN COMPANY 321 1st Nafl Bk. Bldg. Ph. 413 CASH FOB SPRING NEEDS PINE'S will loan you up to $300.00 on furniture, autos, diamonds, personal property. Loans made anywhere In North Iowa. See, phone or write for free information. C. L. Pine Loan Company Weir Bldg., Mason City. Phone 234 CHARACTER LOANS -- ?50 or more. ?10 is cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207% N. Federal. Death Notices 1 McFARLANE, William T., died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. F. J. Cole, Glendale, Cal., Friday of heart disease. Funeral services ·will be held at the Randall funeral nome Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. William L. Dibble, -castor of the C o n g r e g a t i o n a l church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. The Randall funeral home, in charge. In Memoriam A2 WE WISH to express in this way our most sincere thanks and appreciation especially to members.of the High School facutly and Janitor force; Park Icn Beauty and Barber Shop employes, and many friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses and beautiful offerings extended to us during the illness and at the death of our father, J. H. Nut-tall. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bailey, and Family IN memory of my beloved wife, Donna Inez, who passed away just five years ago today. John C. Willey, and Relatives Funeral Directors 3 METER 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--Ambulance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour of 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 7S3. FURNITURE LOANS ACTO LOANS COMBINATION LOANS Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. Second Foor, I. O. F. Bldg. Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves $1.60 to $3. Shampoo and finger wave BOc, Ph. 3011, call for Le Moderne Annex. '2121/ 2 N. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 INT. Dec.," paperhanging. Ph. 3129. PAPERING, pntg., Stewart. 2436W. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE--Grocery store in county seat twon,l,500 pop. Reasonable for cash. Closing estate. Write K-15, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Suburban grocery, steam heat furn., good residential district. Write J-16, 'Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Small suburban grocery with living quarters. Reasonable rent. Call at 403 1 S. W. Help Wanted, female 31 Want--Washwoman. 416 N. Penn. WANTED--Experienced girl for general housework--permanent. Call 3850 or write S-19, Globe- Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 IF YOU WANT A WONDERFUL opportunity to make $8.50 a day and get a new Ford Sedan as bonus besides, send me your name immediately. No contest or lottery. Particulars free. Albert Mills, 3392 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED--Competent young man stenographer, willing to work and learn. Permanent position with reliable Mason City concern. Write Y-19 Globe-Gazette. 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, Illinois, WANTED--Man with light car who has had selling experience among farmers to sell Globe-Gazette subscriptions and farm sale advertising in Floyd county. Must live in Floyd county. Others need not apply. See or write Mr. Hillstrom at Globe- Gazette office, Mason City, Iowa. Situation Wanted 33 EXP.--Single man wants work on farm. Write R-19 Globe-Gazette. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Housekeeping on farm, one girl 13. Write or call at 3WS; ST. Federal. WANTED--Work on farm by experienced married man. Glen Leeper, Lone Bock, Iowa. Services Offered A3 3 MIRRORS--Resilvered. Work guaranteed. 20-4th N. W. Ph. 1460J. ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. Salesladies 34 WANTED -- Exp. ready-to-wear saleslady temporary position. Fields, 12 S. Federal. 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. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. SWAP--Sewing of all kinds lor baby buggy. Write ZZ-17, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--St. Bernard dog for chickens. Write SS-19. Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Nearly new permanent waving machine for car. Write CC-19 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Fed. wire haired fox terrier for 22 rifle or writing desk. Write XX-19 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--500 bushel steel grain bin on skids for good work horse. Write BR-12, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--1929 Ford truck for good team of mules or horses. Write KK-17 Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Trailer, violin and short barrel Winchester pump for automat, shotgun. OO-16, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 WE WANT TO SELECT a reliable young man now employed, with foresight, fair education and mechanical inclinations, who is willing to train during spare time or evenings, to qualify as installation and service expert on all types electric refrigerators. Write fully, giving- age, phone, occupation. Write KL- 19 Globe-Gazette. Trade or Exchange 42 HAVE Customer who wants to exchange two clear houses in Mason City for 80 acre farm. Beck Bros. Co. Rooms ior Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 rms. and bath, furnished or unfurnished. Private entrance. First floor. Phone 2051. FOR RENT-- Rm. 416 N. Penn. FOR RENT--Completely remodeled single room, furnished or unfurnished. KIRK Apartments. FOR RENT--Furn. hskpg. rrn. and kitchenet, connect, bath. 226 7 NE. FOR RENT--Hskpg. and slpg. rms, 808 E. State. Ph. 3934W. FOR RENT--Furn. rms. Ph. 2158W, FOR RENT--2 Ithskpg. rms. Furn. Ph. 2663X, Apts, tor Rent 45 FOR RENTi--Unrurn. apt. 14 5 NE. FOR RENT---3 room nicely turn, apt., pri. eat, 102 S. Monroe. FOR RENT--2 rm. apt. 121 4 S. W. FOR RENT--3 furn. rrn. apt. and private bath. No children. 420 9 N. W. FOR RENT--Small furnished apartment. Lights, gas, heat and water supplied. A cozy place for two. Close in. Immediate possession. See Winders at Iowa Tea Co. FOR RENT--Modem furnished apt. First floor, private entrance, $3 week for working couple. No children. Phone 4261. FOR RENT--2 rm. apt. with sink, hot and cold water, pri. ent. Alsc several 1 rm. apts. City heat, all fum. or unfurn. Adults. Ph. 1690. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod apt. Pri. bath, grrage. Ph. 2163W. FOR KENT 2 room unfurnished apt. 4 windows. Over I. G. A. FOR RENT--Very desirable 4 rm. apt. River Hgts. Ph. 24 or 973. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. apt. 1626 S. Penn. Ph. 2357. FOR RENT--Apts., furn. or unfurn. See J. B. Youpgblood. Ph.. 36. Houses ior Rent 46 FOR RENT--May 1 for 5 months, furnished, strictly modern res., N. W. section, reasonable. References required. Ph. 3455. FOR RENT--Mod. house with or without acreage, South Second St., Clear Lake, near Outing club C. E. Geist, S20 S. 2nd. Ph. 341 C. L. FOR RENT--3 room house and gar.age. Phone 2804W, Houses ior Sale 47 Business is on the upgrade. In the east it is all very apparent now. Business revives in the east fiist, then spreads to the west by stages. Are you waiting until business is hummini; again before you buy? If you are, then you'll not buy your home at the present-day saving. WHY WAIT? Right now we have some real house bujs. LET'S TALK IT OVER-We both might learn something. There can be no harm. W.L.Patton 109 E. State Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 rm. house $18 mo. Ph. 724, 19V 2 E. State. FOR RENT--Six room house, 1530 North Madison. Immediate possession. $20. Leppcr Jewelry Co. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Cottage. Ph. 1S95J. Rouses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOR SALE--5 rm. bung. Grand View. Full corner lot, double garage, a goofl home, S4.000. M. M. Moen Co., 818 S. Prcs. Ph. 837. FOR SALE--4 nn. nse. Ph. 2667. Sale or Rent A47 FOR SALE OR RENT-- 40 A. unimproved, near Clear Lake, also 40 A. improved for sale. Priced $3,500. Fred Chisel, Forest City. Farms ior Sale 50 FLATHEAD VALLEY, MONTANA If you're looking- for a new location, see Flathead Valley before you buy. Our spring listings are, ready. Tupper and Dickinson, Kalispell, Montana. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--1 Farmall tractor looks and runs like new. Used less than 1 yr. Price worth the money. Will take a team of horses in on it. Mason City Implement Co. Across st. from International Harvester Co. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--Ewes to lamb in April and May. Carroll Bros. Ph. 12F21. FOR SALE--Good cow, fresh soon. W. C. Batdorf. Misc. for Sale 55 FOR SALE--Brooder house. S. A. McKee, Rock Falls, Iowa. FOR SALE--Wood $3.25. Ph. 4013. FOR SALE--4 ton mixed hay ?7 ton. Inquire 423 S. Polk. FOR SALE--Thor mangle courdu- rov coat, overcoat age 8; silk dress, size 16. Phone 2S96J. FOR SALE--S gal. aquarium, and slide rule; Ph. 3755W. FOR SALE--Turkey eggs, pen 1, choice stock, 20c eacn; pen 2, lOc each. W. Z. Dutton. Ph. 26F4, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Practically new L. C. Smith typewriter priced for quick sale. Phone 596. FOR SALE--Timothy seed, home grown, 1933 crop S3.50 bushel. Seed oats, Iowa No. 108, 35c bushel. Baled straw, $5.50 per ton at farm, $6.50 del. Carroll Bros. Ph. 12F21. FOR SALE -- Medium red clover seed. Home grown. 1307 S. Del. Trade in your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 820 S. Federal phone 831 HEAVY MATS SIZE 18'/2*21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 500 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. Misc. for Sale 55 GOOD CLEAN COAL Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Autos for Sale 79 1931 Chevrolet 4-Door Sediui, 6 wire wheels $375 1931 Pontiac Sedan, C wire wheels 1929 Brsklne Club 4-Dr. Sedan §135 1939 Grahara-l'alge 4-Dr. Sedan $235 1939 Essex Cpc., rumble sent, completely overhauled . . $175 1929 DC goto Sport, Kondster Trade--Terms John Gallagher Pontlac Motor Curs and Sen-ice 35-27 2nd S. E. Phone 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays THESE CARS PRICED TO SELL 1928 Chev. Conch. Clean. $145 1928 Nash Coupe, rerfect $110 1928 Chrysler Couch. Good. X 1929 Dodge Sedan. A buy. 565 1925 Dodge Coupe. Good. $45 Come and See for Yourself. Many Others. Priced Bight. MARSTON'S "/i Blk. E. of Hanford Hotel Tel. 162 Phone 431 Foods A55 FOK SALE Potatoes, 6 kinds, $1.45 bag, peck 25c. Carrots, bushel 75c Popcorn, sure pop, 6 Ibs. »25c Gladioli bulbs, 100 bulbs SOc Apples, 6 Ibs 25c Cabbage, 10 Ibs 25c Our prices are reasonable. EARLS FRUIT MARKET IBOS S. Fed. or Nora Springs FOB SALE Cabbage, 50 Ihs. $1. Carrots, beets, onions, only Zc lb., bu. I'/jO. Parsnips 50c bu. Canned goods. Asparagus roots, 1 yr., $1 per 100. See us for tested seeds. GAliDENLAND KOADSEOE MARKET Ventura Iowa Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Piano accordion or B flat cornet. Call or phone Cleo Heinselman, Plymouth, Iowa. Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT--Very desirable office rooms. ?9 and ?10. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. Poultry, Eggs 74 2,000 BABY CHICKS--Special bargains on feed and brooder stoves for Saturday and week of March 19th. Stromberg Hatchery, 404 S. Fed., Mason City. Ph. 356. FOR SALE--Chick Raisers, gallon size, glazed stoneware waterers, 29c. Mason City Hardware Co. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--Baby nuggy. 4061W. WANTED -- To buy single phase mo/tor Vz h. p. Must be reasonable. Write S. D. Mahlstadt, Sheffield, la. WANTED--Good light car for cash from owner. 1008 N. Harrison. WANTED--To buy bicycle, state price. Write O-19 Globe-Gazette. CHICKENS WANTED -- Boosters, 4 to 5 Ibs., heavy breeds, 10'/ 2 cents. Mason City Poultry Store, 510 S. Fed. Phone 1004. WANTED To buy light 1925 or 26 coupe reasonable. Write T-19. Globe-Gazette. WE Pay highest prices for furniture, stoves, men's shoes, clothes or any useful article you have. B. O. Exchange. Ph. 1216. WANTED--To buy time clock. Ph. 788 or 789. WANTED--Used furn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blanchard's Jewelry. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED--To rent 3 or 4 rm. un- furn. apt., pri. bath. Call 3351. Autos for Sale 79 FOK SALE--By original owner, 1929 Buick sedan, like new. Will sacrifice for easn, account sickness. Phonn 1745W. Auto Trucks 80 FOR SALE--1933 Ford short wheelbase, dual wheeled truck. Like new. S and R. Chev. Co., Inc. FOR SALE--1932 International model A-3, short wheelbase, single tires. International Motor Trucks, Ph. 20. Highest Value! US Lowest Prices! 1931 Fontliic Coach (extra, cieim) $825 1930 Ford Town Sedan (good) $285 1WSO De Soto Coach (clean) S250 1931 Ford Cp. (runs like new) ?250 1931 Dodge Cp. with It. S. (extra clean) $450 1927 Buick Ch. (good throughout) S115 SPECLVL We will replace any windshield glas that is cloudy or discolored iu Ford cnrs from 1928-34 installed 53.75. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 111 ist SI. E. Opp. Old P. O Clear Lake News Cobweb Box Social Planned by O.E.S. CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--The Eastern Star will hold a cobweb box social at the Masonic temple following the lodge meeting- Wednesday night. The usual dinner at 6 o'clock will not be held at this time and the chapter meeting will begin at 7:30. Following the social cards will be played. Masons and Eastern Star members- and their husbands and wives have an invitation to attend. SETH PARKER PROGRAM GIVEN 900 Attend Impersonation of Jonesport Event at Church of Christ. More than 900 persons rilled the Church of Christ auditorium to ea- jacity for the Seth Parker program, 'A Night In Jonesport," which was jiven Sunday evening. A cast leaded by John Howard, well known impersonator of the famous Seth Parker, succeeded in bringing- to life all the characters associated with Phillips Lord in his Sunday evening radio programs. Ma Parker was impersonated by Dorothy Allen; Lcatha O'Hearn, Lizzie; Don Helbling, in the role of Cephas brought many laughs from the audience. Jane was played by Thclma Jacobson, Mollie by Marie Schmidt, Mary by Mabel Joy Prusia, Mrs. Davis by Gertrude Odle, Watson by Albert Church, Lem by Wallace Allen and the captain, by Herman Letts. Mr. Howard gave a startling impersonation of the real Seth Parker, his speaking- voice being an almost perfect imitation of the originator of the character. The stage setting was of an old fashioned home, and costumes were typical of 1900. The old, well loved hymns served to make the performance impressive and a number of solos, duets and numbers by the quartet were well received. At the Hospitals Charles Baugh, 638 Seventh street southeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Saturday for treatment. Basil Kintz, 1308 Delaware ave nue southeast, was dismissed from the Story hospital following- a major operation. Mrs. Myrtle Johnson, Plymouth, was admitted to the Park hospital Saturday for treatment. Mrs. Harry Tims, 1030 First street northeast, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for treatment. John Lenhart, 221 Georgia avenue northeast, was admitted to the Park hospital Saturday for treatment. Henry L. Johnson, Mason City, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Saturday for a major operation. W. F. Harrington, 403 Twenty- seventh street southwest, was admitted to the Story hospital Sunday for treatment. Leo Powers, 929 Van Buren avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following: a minor operation. Miss Ruby Potter, 22% Seconc street northeast, was dismissec from the Mercy hospital Saturday following" a minor operation. Frank Reras, No. 57 Lehig-h P.ow was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following treatment Mrs. Howard Hubbnrd, and infant son, 216 Eighth street southeast vere dismissed from the Story hospital Monday. A daughter weighting 7 pounds 2 ounces was born to- Mr. and Mrs. George Ballantyne, Clear Lake, Saturday at tho Park hospital. C. B. McGowan, Plymouth road, tvas dismissed from the Story hos- )ital Monday following treatment "or gunshot wounds received from the bandits, following the robbery of the First National bank. V. L. Welsh, Mason City, was admitted to the Park hospital Sunday for treatment. Mrs. E. H. Ewald and infant daughter, 801 Second street southwest, were dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday. Leslie Thayer, Celar Lake, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following- a minor operation. A son weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riley, 641 Georgia avenue northeast, Sunday at the Park hospital. 30 Attend Anniversary. CLARKSV1LLE--The Rebekahs celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the lodga icre Friday night by a supper fol- owed by a program. There were 00 present. QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 20 years, and calomel's old- time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, just a healing, soothing vegetable laxative safe and pleasant. No griping is the "keynote" of these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets. They help cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth"--bad breath--a dull, tired feeling -- sick headache -- torpid liver--constipation, you should find quick, sure and pleasant result? from one or two of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. Thousands take Uiem every night, to keep right. Try them. 15c, SOc, 60c. 2 Cars on Track KENTUCKY' NUT For Spring Fires W. G. BLOCK CO. PHONE 563 W.C.T.U. Institute Planned at City Hall CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--A local institute of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the city ball Wednesday. A business session is scheduled at 10:30 o'clock after which a pot luck dinner will be served. Among the speakers will be the Rev. B. W. Riner, Mrs. James White and Mrs. D. H. Culver. Families of members and guests are invited to attend this affair. Mrs. C, A. Knurson spoke to members of the Epworth league of the Methodist church Sunday evening on current problems. Harold Cookman made a business trip to Chicago Monday. Funds From Dancing Club to Help Finance Grand Lodge Meeting The net proceeds from the functions of the I. 0. O. F. Dancing club will be turned over to the financial committee of the grand lodge convention to be held here next fall, according to an announcement by Charles Crumb, president, Monday. The next dance of the club will be held at the I. 0. O. F. hall Wednesday evening, at which time the music will be furnished by Campbell's orchestra. All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs have been invited to this event. The announcement that surplus funds of the dancing club will be turned over to the convention committee 13 in line with the policy of Odd Fellow and Rebekah activities which this year are being focused on the fall meeting. Muscatine Debaters Higb School Champs IOWA CITY, March 19. Iowa nine conference debate championship was won by Muscatine high school with Burlington second and Fairfield third. Other schools represented included Davenport, Ottumwa, Washington and Iowa City. 22, 51 ·4-S ·46 32.. S2. 55 so 87 ACROSS 1--A lock of human hair (Fr.) 7--Frithiofs ship sent to him by Aegir 13--To appoint by vote 14--Quite crazy (colloo..) 16--Pronoun IS--A gum obtained from th mango tree. 19--Soon 20--Male parent 21--An article woven from fiber: 23--Western suburb of London.: Eng. (pos.) 25--An Insect 26--Indigo 25--A biblical character 30--In ft haughty mood 31--Depart 32--Like 33--Contraction for even 84--A monastic house presided over by a prior S7--One of the three creating gods (Norse) 40--Part of mouth 41--An age of the universe, 43--Not wet 44--A river In Germany 5--To assert as a fact 47--The eighth day after the nones 50--Thus 51--To make less 52--Skeleton of marine zoophytes 54--Wooden hammer 55--Kitchen utensil DOWN 2--Regarding 3--Note in Guido's scale 4--Seed 6--Rough with points (--And elsewhere (abbr.) 7-- Ardor B-- Rather long- 8-- Not fastened 10--Hotel ,11-- Delivery (abbr.). 12-- Part o£ tree 15-- Periods o£ week 17 -- Winged boots or eanctalBv^ _ JO -- Machines £or_truing_Burf£S of lumber/ 22-- A flower 24-- Not out 25 -- An evil spirit !27 -- Japanese statesman 29-- The letter Z 34 -- Diversion 35-- To take «»art the fibers 08 30 -- preposition 38 -- Open or public 3S-- In India a tenant 41-- Formerly 42-- A man's name 45-- The whole collectivcl),-' 46 -- Compass point 4S-- Female dear 43 -- Form o£ sit 51-- River In Germany 53-- Late Latin (abbr.), Antwtr (a previoiu

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