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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 11, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 FIFTEEN A CLASSIFIED AD WILL HELP YOU WITH YOUR SPRING CLEANING. ADVERTISE FOR HOUSEHOLD HELP, ADVERTISE FOR THAT ANTIQUE PIECE OF FURNITURE YOU WANT. PHONE 3800 NOW. Death Notices McGEE, John, SI, died at a local hospital about 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon following an illness. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Family Catholic church Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, with the Hev. R. p. Murphy in charge of the services. Burial will be at St. Patrick's Catholic cemetery at Dougherty. The Rosary will bt said at the residence, 817 Adams avenue northwest, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Randall funeral homo in charge. Funeral Directors 3 Real Estate Loans AS I Apts. for Rent 45 I McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. 8 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home--Dependable service. 126 Third St N. E. Phone 1505. PATTERSON Funeral 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. E. Major. Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK.--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1S27J. G. M. Woodruff. MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4 1 ,4%--5% Mason City Real Estate^-5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-508 Foresters Bldg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists A15 GLASSES-»If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service. FOR RENT Large modern apartment, completely furnished in every detail. Idea! hotel service. Appointments made Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--4 Poland sows to far- row soon. Ph. 15F12. FOR SALE--A few young horses coming 3 and older, some broke to by calling Mr. Martin, manager, | work. Albert Haugen, 7 mi. north HANFORD HOTEL Phone 2960 and 1 west of Ventura. FOR RENT--Newly decorated, apis. All prices. Ph. 2916. FOR RENT--Dandy 3 room unfurn. apt. ?12.50. 1530V;; N. Mad. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR SALE--Facial chair shampoo board. 117 N. Del. and free. 726 llth N. E. Seeds, Feeds FOR SALE--6 ton wild hay, 6 ton mixed hay in stack. Good hay, price .?·! ton, 5 miles south, 2 miles cast Clear Lake. M. P. Frazier. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--3 rm. and bath front apt., 2 Murphy beds. Ph. 210. Business Opportunities 29 | FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR SALE--Good cash grocery business, reasonable rent, all mod., hot water heat, good storeroom, basement, garage, rooms, all mod. A good livin; chance. Must sell. Other matters to see to. Will stand inspection. Come and see for yourself. C. M. Drchcr, Nora Springs, Iowa. 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 Houses For Rent 46 HOUSE at 422 N. Washington. Former home of H. I. Prusia. In good condition and well located. Shown by appointment. A. M. SCHANKE COMPANY Telephone 1300 FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. house For- WALLPAPER--1935 stock, lOc value, 4c; 15c value, 6Vic. Many washables included. See our 1936 papers. We sell for less. Star Wallpaper Paint Co., 34 2nd N. E. Lost and Found LOST--Billfold valued as keepsake with currency. Return to Globe- Gazette. Liberal reward. Money to Loan MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. FOR SALE-- Beer and cafe. Reasonable for cash. In city of S.OOO population. Write Y-10 Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE -- Grocery store, only one in village. Will 'trade for SO A. farm, well improved. A. G. Hegland, Bonair, Iowa. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED-- Girl or woman for housework. Call at 404 6th St. S. W. after 6 p. m. WANTED-- Young woman, 2S-30, housekeeper in motherless home, one child school age, modern house in Mason City. State experience, references and wages expected. Write Z-9, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED-- Exp. single man to work on farm. Clean habits. Write L-10, Globe-Gazette. WANT -- Exp. couple on farm. No children, year round job. Jacob Bros., Alexander, Iowa. Ph. 9F210, Rowan. WANT -- Exp. married man on farm. No children. Ref. req. Leo F. Smith, Rt. 4, Ph. 110, Plymouth. Situation Wanted 33 YOUNG married couple wants farm Job. Can give good references. No children. Orlo Cleveland, Lime Springs, Iowa. MIDDLE atred woman with 2 chilri- est Park $35; 6 rm. part mod. ?11; 6 rm. ?20; 10 rm. mod. $20; Furn. Apt. S15. 3 rm. apt. $10. Kehm Land Co., Phone 827. FOR RENT -- 6 rm. house, completely furn. Cheap. 427 5 S. W. FOR RENT -- $13 6 rm. part, mod.; $18, 6 rm. part mod.; S20. 4 rm. house, mod.; 525, 7 rms. mod.; ,?30, 5 rm. bungalow; $35, 5 rm. bungalow. W. L. Patlon, 109 E. State. FOR RENT-- House and large garden, 6 mi. north and 2 mi. west city park. Possession at once. C. A. Wepking, 1016 E. State. Houses For Sole 47 FOR SALE -- Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. ?400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. FOR SALE A beautiful close in 9 room house at. Clear Lake. There is a very great commercial value in this property for the party that would like a nice home for themselves and rent rooms. Price $5,000.00. FREEMAN KEN* ON Clear Lake, Iowa FOR SALE-- By owner, close in property, 3 blocks postoffice and high school, 7 rm., and bath. Hot air heat. Write N-ll, Globe-Gazette. Lots For Sale 48 FOR SALE-- Cheap, nice lake shore lot. J. M. Slosson, Clear Lake. Farms For Sale 50 FOR SALE--4 Spotted Poland China sows, late March farrow. Ph. 3781. FOR SALE--Team 3 yrs. old. bay mules, wgt. about 2500. Fayette county. Write W-9, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Extra good Duroc Jersey sows to farrow in April, also registered Polled Hereford bulls, serviceable age. Will Floy, Jr., Thornton. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Pups, part Scottie, .$2, also ped. wirehaired terrier pups. 912 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3965. Misc. For Sale 55 Clover $7.20, A l f a l f a S4.20, Seed Com $2.00. All per bushel. Also other bargains. Postal card us today for illustrated circular and samples. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa. Kuns Kitchen, 721, Clear Lake. Foods A55 Security Loan Co. s f$g- * and diamond loans 530 to $300. Personal sen-ice. 321 1st Kt'L Bank. Phone 412. LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS Own Security Only. . Pay 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 I.') Diagonally Opposite 1st Nafl. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa LOW COST LOANS You pay back a small sum each month over a period of 20 months. 19',.;. North Federal Ave. Phone 578. HUMPHREY Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. S21 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. AUTOMOBILE LOANS Let us reduce your car payments or £ive you additional cash. No in- ciorsers and all transactions strictly confidential. Phone or write. United Financial Service £ First St. N. W. Phone 141-1 ren wants hskpg. in town or country. Write J-9, Globe-Gazette. Id, WANTED--Hskpg. by dependable woman, good cook. Emma Kerchner, RFD 4, Clear Lake. Ph. 28F12. HIGH School g'irl wants to work for board. 623 N. Jackson. Services Offered A33 WANTED--Washing ironing cleaning by lir. Inq. 18'i S. Fed. FOR SALE teal improved 60 acres near Clear Lake, is all tillable except the natural grove, orchard and building site. It has electric light off high line, is close to 106 highway and possession can be had now. Price $6.000.00 FREEMAN KENYON Clear Lake, Iowa POTATOES Large, per bag ONIONS JO Ib. bag 50 Ib. bag . . . APPLES Per bushel .. EARLS FRUIT MKT. 1003 S. Federal Ph. 1138 SSc inc 60c 9Sc Wanted to Buy 75 HIGHEST Prices paid tor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. WANT--To buy Bronz Turkey torn May Johnson, Rt. 3, City. WANTED--Used hot air furnace bathroom closet. Must be bargain Write R-30, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To buy good 8 ft. 1HC or Deere disc. S. Walker. Garner WANTED--To buy elec. motor 220 volt % or IVi horsepower. Ph 69R3. WANTED--To buy late model Ford or Chev. Must be in good cond. cash. Ph. 2356J. Wanted to Rent 76 WANT--To rent 6 rm. all mod, house. A-l conci. ph. 2106W. WANTED--To rent by April 15 year round Clear Lake cottage. Write R-9, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Office space ground floor or light, dry basement. Must be reasonable. Write Z-10, Globe- Gazette. GOOD Renter wants good 5 room bungalow, priced right. Will take long term lease. Write J-10, Globe- Gazette. Autos tor Sale 79 FOR SALE--2 1930 Ford roadsters; 3934 Olds sedan, new and used motorcycles. Indian Motorcycle Sales and Sen-ice. 313 N. Wash. Avc. LOW COST TRANSPORTOTION "WE ALWAYS HAVE THE BUYS" Model A Ford Wearing Apparei 70 NEW~ARRIVAL ~~~ Girl's, Women's and Boy's Rubbers 25c and up. Boy's new suits. $1.50. Reduced prices on overcoats. Also new arrival wool sweaters and jacket", 9Sc and up, zipper, button front and slip over type. B O Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--High grade furniture. Birdscye maple dressers, cedar chest, radio, walnut bed. See Scotty 127 2 S. W. FOR SALE--Baby bed,, like new. 515 S. Conn. FOR SALE--Piano 110 7th N. E. and furniture. FOR SALF, White enamel "Reliable" gas range, A-l condition, with good broiler and oven control, $25.00. One 2-burner gas plate. One 1-burner gas plate. One porcelain top table with good steel griddle and mona metal canopy, $5.00. Apply Kool Stein Cafe. Clear Lake. WANTED--Washing and ironing $1 each. Laura Cabbell, 616 N. Mon. Swap Service 38 SWAP--Small cedar chest for chest of drawers. Write LL-9, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Choice Clear Lake lots with sewer for acreage. Write DD-11, 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 u-ill be charged. SWAP--Used 850 Delco light plant for what have you? Write TT-10, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--King trombone, case, for late radio course with all instruments. Write JJ-10 Globe-Gazette. Sale or Trade A38 FOR SALE OR TRADE Building consisting of 5 living room? complete, restaurant fixtures down stairs, what have you? FRANK BENSON Ph. 227. Room 9, Cerro Gordo Bank Bldg:.. Clear Lake, Iowa. Trade or Exchange 42 WANTED--Good sedan as part payment on choice acreage. What have you? Write O-10, Globe-Gazette. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--Furn. hskpg. rm. and bath. 2H 2 S. W. FOR RENT slpg. rm. Ph. 1718 L-J. FOR RENT--2 mod. slpg. rms. Board if desired. Ph. 1901. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Mori, apt., $.1.50. 4261. FOR RENT--3 im. and bath furn. front apt. Ph. 210. LAND INFORMATION--Write foi free Zone of Plenty book describing income farm opportunities a l o ^ the Great Northern Ry. in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana. North Dakota, Minnesota. Well located farm homes, large or small, arc available at low prices and easy terms. Consult us for information as to a good location for mixed farming--livestock raising--dairying-poultry--fruits. E. C. Leedy, Dept 345, G. N. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. FOR SALE--With possession 10 acres, small buildings, good well. '/a good timber on No. 106, near lake. W. A. Oxlay, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--SO A. first class farm, modern house and fine outbuildings. Close to town. Cerro Gordo Co. O. B. Anderson, Forest City. FOR FARM BARGAINS see T. w. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. FARM BARGAIN Forty acres close in to Northwood. Seven room house, barn and other outbuildings. Used as dairy farm past 7 years. 55,200. Possession at once. T. W. GILPIN, Northwood, Iowa, Farms For Rent A50 FOR RENT--170 acre farm. Inq. Leo. F. Smith, Mason City, Rt. 4. Farm Machinery 51 TARMERSf Get better cultivation and belter crops with Pierce Harrow. Larger ground coverage. Less power. Sold direct by THE PIERCE HARROW CO., Gordonsville. Minn. FOR SALE 30-20 McCormick Deering, F-12 Farmall. ir»-30 McCormick Deering. John Deere G. P., 18-36 Hart-Parr, 16-30 Hart-Parr, Fordson, 2, 3 and 4 bottom plows, 1 and 2 row cultivators, gang plows and what will you have. J. P. HANSEN Otranto, Iowa. FOR SALE Furniture--Genuine leather bed davenport with rocker and chair to match, large secretary or bookcase with drawers, and 9x12 Olsen rug. Simmons bed with coil spring and good mattress. MRS. P. W. CRAWFORD 115 Lind.en Ave. Ph. 360W Clear Lake Model A Ford Touring ...... '27 Nash Sedan ............ 26 Chevrolet Coach ......... 2fi Buick Sedan. Clean ...... 29 Chevrolet Truck ........ 29 Ford Truck with coal box. Runs good .............. '27 Dodge 4 Sodnn .......... '27 Chevrolet Landau ....... '28 Chevrolet Coach. F,xccp- tionally clean '29 Chevrolet Coup 0 '26 Chevrolet Sedan '20 Whippet Sedan '27 Studebaker. Clean 5325 S 9f S 45 5125 s "n 5 73 SI 25 S 16:1 S 45 S 95 $ 75 We Trade -- Easy Terms Open Evenings and All Day Sunday S R Chevrolet Co. North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer CHEVROLET 1931 SEDAN Motor good, good tires, finish like new. low mileage. One of the good ones. 575.00 down. S18.00 per month. FOLSOM AUTO COMPANY. 722 South Fed. Ave. FOR SALE--Used and rebuilt vacuum cleaners. We rent and repair all makes. Wilkinson Radio Supply Co., 14 S. Delaware. Ph. 2872. FOR SALE--Kitchen cabinet good condition. 338 10th N. E. 2 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON All R G And Square Deal Used Cars Fords, Chevs., Plymouth.?. Many Other Makes. Liberal Terms. Fair Allowance. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. E. Phone 922 FOR SALE f u r n i t u r e for 7 rm home consisting of excel, piano, bedroom, living room, dining room and sun room suites, stove, tables, etc. Owner leaving city, will sacrifice. Also have late '35 Plymouth DeLuxe Sedan. 303 South Taylor Phone 3382-.T. HEAT WITH GAS For Sale: Several slightly used high grade Gas Conversion Burners at substantially reduced prices. Good as new. Guaranteed same as new burners. Installation now. Low payments u n t i l next fall. Peoples Gas Elec. Co. Poultry, Eggs 74 ORDER YOUR BABY CHICKS NOW From Bloodtesled and Vaccinated Breeding Stock. Discounts extended to March 15. Stromberg Hatchery 510 S, Federal Ave.. Mason City. la. Special on CUSTOM HATCHING For a short time we will set eggs at .$1.50 per 100 or 3 cases for $15. Bring eggs on Saturdays or Wednesdays. We still have a few Farm Record Calendars. MASON CITY H A T C H E R * . Phone 20-11. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--To buy brooder house. Must be reasonable, also 2 drake ducks. Ph. 3293.J. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. H1GHKST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, denial scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. Lodges and Societies I. O. O. F. LODGE NO. 22-1 I2'/4 E. STATE PHONES 3144-1V-2144J faceting evrry Tuesday 7:30 P. M. J. C. ROPINPON, N. G. f t } . S2.' W A V M A N CLOSSON Kcc. Sec'y. 3167. H. J. PIKE, Fin. scc'y. Autos for Sole 79 M 1934 De Luxe Plymouth Coach. An exceptionally clean, low mileage, with a wonderful guarantee. J. H. MARSTON Phone 162 FOR SALK--1930 Chcv. Fordor sedan in A-l cond. Has hfid excellent care. Lapiner Motor Co. ORDER OF MOOSE HALL--2ND AM) S. FEDERAL. Phone 1278 Meets first and third Tuesdays of oach month, Every 4th Tuesday js family night. W. P. CHAMBERL1N, Dictator. Phone 2549. W I L L I A M GROTI1. Sec'y. Phono 30:tSW UlUtlR NO. 145 A. F. AM A. M.--7:30 1'. M, Stated communication first Thursday of each month. District c r n n d Loilyc School or I n s t r u c t i o n , March 10, 31. 12. Q. i. WOOD. W. K. C. P- SU1PLEY, Sec'y. PROGRAM I n s t r u c t i o n and o x f i m i n n l i o n at. P:00 a. m. ami 1:30 P. M. of ench day. germanes' coru fcrrncc, 1:3Q p. m. Wednesday. O n f r m n t : nf dCEre*?s hy instructor anrj district lecturers at 7:,10 p. m. Tuesday, f t r s t dccrrf. Wednesday, spromi d^rrre. T h u r s d a y , t h i r d d?Kr l . A l l wrk u n d e r direction of ci!.«to'linnR of the craml AM) A. M. 7:30 !'. .M. Stated merlins first Friday of each month. instruction. March 10, 11, 12. L. u RAVMOND. w. AC. C. C. HALPHIDE. Sec'y. ROYAL NKU1HBOKS OF AMERICA MOOSE MA IX Cam 11 im'pis 2nd and l Thursday. "r.'IO P. M. C l u b n i v f i s 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 'J I'. M. MAI:C:AI;KT .JOHNSON, Oracle. AIAY BUmVOUTH, Phone I."i7l!\V QUEEN R K R K K A H LODGE NO. lOfi I. O. O. I. IMLL-- 7:.?» · Jlfftjne.i every fir.'t nnd third Friday if month. P. N, (! A. meets f i r s t Thurs- d a y nUcrnr,OTi r a f h month. MTIS. i n \ CT.OKPON N (; :;(R7. MR?. W I N X U T T I N f ; . P.. p MifiVV AIRS. R, E. KOLWZNSKA, F. S. 14SSJ LEGAL NOTICE Tin; OK Lvumroii.vno.N or TJtML CREUtT Notice is lim'hy civcn that under and by v i r t u e cf t h e Jaws o : t h e State of lovu and the. a m e n d m e n t ^ thereto, n. corpora iion t'T pecuniary p r o f i t has been orj;.-imztd am! hits a d n p t e d ihe tollovvins Articles ol In- K N O W .ALL Mtt\ BV TIIKSF 1'IIKSKXTS: That H. W. Koeneke and W. A. \Vc.«ltHll ot Mi-son Cily, Cerru Gnrdo County, Iowa, do hereby associate ourselves together as a body corporate and become Incorporated w i t h all lh« rishts. powers nnd prlvitrces vested in and conferred upon corporations for pecuniary p r o f i t under and by v i r t u e nf the laws of the Stale of Iowa, nnd to t h a t end and purpose do hereby adopt the following An I ctes ot Incorporation, to-wit: A r t i d e J. T.'JC name ot this corporation shall he "Industrial Credit Corporation" and its principal place of business shall be at Mason Cily. Cerro Gordo County. io\va. A r t i c l e II. The ccnerfl! nature of the business to be t r a n s a c t e d by this Corpora- lion shall DC to conduct a general investment business; to curry on and transact a fieneral loan ouplne.fs; to make loans to working men nnd W R R C earners to the tnd of promoting t h r i f t an.l r n i s M i t y ; to lake, acquire, buy, m a i n t a i n , develop, sell, convey, lease, mort^a^e, exchange, improve and otherwise deal in any ami every kind ot renl estate an,l personal p r o p e r t y or any i n t e r e s t or r i g h t s t h e r e i n ; ty purchase, acquire, hold aiui dispose .if slocks, bonds and mortgages and other obligations. I n c l u d i n g t h e storks n n d l.onds or 111 is Corporation mid i n c l u d i n g judcnwn?", ncfiiniJits or dvbts of any perscm, f i r m or corporation either public or p r i v a t e ; lo Borrow money for any of the purposes ol this C o r p o r a t i o n and to secure the same; to m n r t s a K C all or any part of the, property, rights or f r a n c h i s e of. Ihis Corporation, nnd to create, l.vuc, draw, accept and n e K o t l a t e honila and mortgages, h i l l s of exchange, promissory not p.* or other cblicaJion.i or negotiable i n s l n i m r n i s ; to cnn- tiuct a general m e r c a n t i l e tnislness, either i i M a i l or wholesale: and to do any and n i l o: i he t h i n g s herein enumerated nnd set i r t r l h as f u l l and to the same extent as any n a t u r a l person might or can do in any p a r t of ihe world. A r t i c l e It! The a u l h n r U M r a p l t n l stork f t h i s Corporation shrill he sto.uOl'.nn di- ·ided i n t o Fo;ir H u n d r e d shares t ,( j'jri.uo iach, all of which shall bo f u l l y paid uf.en ("sued and shall hrt non-assessable. A r t i c l e IV. This Corporation shall com- encc business on the d a t e of tl.c issu- ice of the c e r t i f i c a t e of incorporation hy the Secretary of S t a t e of the. State of Iowa. and .-Oia!l c o n t i n u e for a period of 20 years t h e r e a f t e r , and shall have the power of re- tl. Said Corporation may. however, he »lved at any t i m e HI a l e p u l a r meet- or -it any special mi-'.ninE caJleil i hereby the a f f i r m a t i v e vote of two-thirds of its stock t h e n on 1st nnd in;:. A r t i c l e V. The at fairs of t h i s Corpora- t i o n shall bi! c o n d u c t e d by a Board of D\- rrctors of not less t h a n two nor more t h a n ·n director* and u n t i l changed by the rkhoHers of llm Corporation, the Board Directors shall consist nf two directors, K.irh direct'n shall (e a stockholder i n - the Corporation and shall be electerj hy ballot of said Corporation, and said directors shall hr.Icl office lor a period of one year or un- t i l their successors arc elected and qualified. The directors may elect from llu'fr u \ v n n u m b e r a President, Vice, Secretary and Treasurer and any two of said offices may he lit-Id hy one person The Board . t Directors may from time to t i m e elect or A p p o i n t such oilier o f f i c e r s or K e n t s {is IH"y may deem necessary. Any o f f i c e r or director m a y at a meet ins of IP. stockholders or at a special meeting illed for t h a t purpose bo removed . is successor may be ducted hy the rmative vote n f two-thirds of 'the stock then outstanding. A r t i c l e ' V I . The a n n u a l me«'in c «f (he tockholders of this Corporation shall be held t the City of Mason City, C*!ITQ Gordo County, Iowa, on the First Tuesday f t e r the First Monday of each year. Special m e e t i n g s of t h e s t o c k h o l d e r s may be called at any lime by the Board of Directors or by the PrcFldenl, or iy ihe holders or at leapt 4GTo of the slock hen issued and o u t s t a n d i n g . At ench stock- inlfiers ' m e e t i n g , each .stockholder s h a l l be r.titled to cast, cither in person or hy Pioxy in writ ins. one vote for each share held by h i m , as sliov.'n hy ihe books of the Corporation, except in all ehc- iuns for directors each stockholder shall iave t h e r i R h t to vote ihe n u m b e r of shares if stock owned by him for as many persons js there are directors to he elected, or tn ceimtuJ.'ite inhi votes and givr to the can* idate as m a n y votes s.s the n u m b e r of the irectors to bo elected m u l t i p l i e d by ;he u m b e r of his shares of. stock shall equal. r to d i s t r i b u t e them on the same p l a n mong as rna.ny candidates as he may see t. Article VU. U n t i l the first a n n u a l meet- iK of the Corporation In February, 1S»3(), nd u n t i l ;he election and q u a l i f i c a t i o n of t h e i r successors, respective!:.', t h e following n a m c ' l persons .shall be and do rmiFist t h e Board of Directors of this Corporation: 11. W. Kocneke and \\". A. W e s t f a l l , h"ih of Mapon City, Iowa, of w h i c h H. W. KMcncke s h a l l be Prepident and W. A. Westraii. Sec- r e t a r y and Treasurer. Article VIII. The stocKholdcrs may at any time estahlisn such hy-laws ana rules and repuJfltJotts as they may rfepm firoppr «nJ expedient to manace the a f f a i r s or the said Corporation, and the said Corporation does not adopt a corporate seal. Article IX, All deeds, conveyances and other i n s t r u m e n t s conveying any interest in real estate, and. ail i n s t r u m e n t s of contract requiring the acknowledgement of t h e Corporation shall he signed by the President or in his absence or i n a b i l i t y to a't, by the Vice President, and .shall "be at tested by the Secretary, and all dcMs am! i-invey»nci's .«o iisi-juted' shall he b i n d i n g and cmicluMve upon t he Corporal ion. A r t i c l e X The p r i v a t e p r n p e r t v of all nf t h e stoi'knokli'rs of mis Coiporaiion shall be t!xeni;t from l i a b i l i t y of any and all debts of this Ct ir no ration. A r t i c l e X*. Th3?» A r t i c l e s of Incorporation may be changed, altered or amcii'Ii'd at any regular m e e t i n g of the stocklioldtjrs or at a n y spcpial m e r t i r c cJilIM t h e r e f o r by :hc a f f i r m a t i v e vole of t w o - t h i r d s of t h e slock t h e n issued, p r o v i d i n g no a m e n d m e n t shall be m a d ; niilhorizirti; t h e i?5um;cc of any stork not f u l l y paid or subject to assess- to Mi* u i i d f i s i K r i M for a M n w n n r r . and fil, in the- o f f i c e of the C'lork or the Dlntrlcl Court. S. F. U'lhSON. A r l m l n i j U m l n r . ROK THOMPSON. Attorney. Dutfift Vr\). I'JJ, JUJfi. S, H. M n c P K A K . Clerk District Courl. Hy M A R G A R K T R I L K V . Deputy. ^OTICK OK A I T O I N T M K X T OF KXKCU'I'KIX STATE OF IOWA, Ctrro Wordo County, an. Nf. 4768. Notice Is hi-rehy Rlvf-n t h a t the underslRncd has b»-t'n f j u ]y tippv'inti-d and qURli!itt) us K x c c u t r l x or t h e e s t a t e of A r t h u r H. Bauer. dr',-i-;is:d. Int.; ( .f C f f r o Gordo C o n n l y . All l'ers»nx i n d e b t e d tn j»nir| estate are requested (o imi!ii i m m H i A t r p a y m e n t s ; and tho«n liav- inj; claims a c a i n s t t h « snm« vvil] pn\-unt t h r m , d u l y n i i l h e n t i c H t i - d , In the unrtersiKnt-rt I»r alkuvanrc. and f i l e in the o f f i c e of the Clerk of the D i j i l r i r t Court G K H T K C D K H A I ' E R . K x n c u i r i x , \V. A. WKSTKALL. A t t o r n e y . D a i f f i M i n r h ^, is^n. S. I I . . \ l n c P K A K , C ' l f r k n i s l r i c t m»rt. By M A i r O A R F I T H I I . K Y . (Deputy. N O T I C K OF A I T O I N T M K N T OF K X K C I TItlX STATK OF IOWA, ccrro Gurdo County, ss. Nn. ,)77i. Ni'Hcc is h f r e h y pi von. t h a t t h r u n d n r - sicni-.i has bot-n d u l y a p p o i n t e d nnd q u a l i l t r d !\F K x i - i v i l r i x of t h e i - s t a l ? n f John R. stcarns. Deceased, l a t e of Cerr.. r.orrio C o u n t y . All person^ I n d e b t e d tn said rstatn arc r^iuestcd io make i m i n e d i a r e p a y n i r n t ; nnd those, h n v inc c l a i m s a s a l n M t h e ^imc will present t h e m , d'.ily n t i t h c n t i c . i t c d , to t h e u n d e r s i g n for allowance, and lilc In Ihe o f f i c e ot I Clerk of t h r H i s l r i c t Court. CRACK R. STF:ARNP, Ksecutnx. R. F. CLOUGH. A t t o r n e y . Dated M n r e h 2. 1P3G. S. H. M f t c P K A K . Clrrk nistrirt. Cnu By M A R H A R K T r:iLKV. DI-PIUV, NOTH'IS OK I-ROItATK OK \VlI.I- In Dlotrl^l Conrl. jHininry Term, inrtti. STATK OF I O W A . Cerro c.'trdo C o u n i y . .«s. NO. I R l l l T. All \vi l n n II .May C»nrrrn: YOU A R K H K R K R Y N O T I F I E D . That n n !n.*slnim«ni. nf w r i l i n c p u i - p o r t l n p !o be t h o Ei.wlw, lipceaspri. d a t e d jVnvmhpr Hl!h, 1', h a v i n g been t h i s day filed, oppnrd f i n r | read, Monday tin. «ih day of A p r i l . IWfi, if fixrd for hoitrinK proof of s,.mc n i t h « Court House in M n p n n CUy, l o u n . bcforp thr; n t n t r i c t Court n f -.aid" Counly. or lliw Clerk of said C o u r t ; and n l 2 n'clnrk P. M., of !l;e dav ah^vc m e n t i o n e d all tier- sons in t crest ed n re hereby not I Mod n n d re- q ill red to n linear, a n d ^boiv rausr if n n y t h e y have, why said In?I rument .should nol be probated nnd allowed t\s and for the last W i l l and Tf.-MnmTl nf said derrasrd Dflted at Mnxon City, lowa, M a r c h O t h , 1D3B. S. IT. . V l r P K A K . Clnrk r,f n i s t r i c t T n u r t . By-- Matrnrpt R l l - y . Deputy, .VOTIfK OK TH/v ,4l'l'OIM.Uh.\r OK AO.MINIM'ItA'MUX STATF. OF IO\\*A. C f r r o Gordn C o u n t y . SF. No. 1802 NOTICF, IR I I K R K B V r j T V K X . t h a t I h e undtTFipned 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- A d m i n i s t r a t r i x nf Hip e s t a t e nf Oscar T. Nt-slvcdt. rvcrn.-ed. l a t e nf Cerro ( T f i n l r , C ' j u n i y . A l l persons I n d c b l o r i t n snld e s t f i l e are. requested Io m « k p i m m e d i a t e p a y m o n l ; and t h o s e hnvinj,- claim*; apai'ipl t h e s.-im? w i l l present t h e m , d u l y n u t t u m t i en Intl. (o t h e u n d r r s l t n e r i for n|lownn-\ a n d r i l e in t h e n f f l : e of the Clerk of thi D i K t r i r t Court. M A M 1 K NBSTVKHT. A H m l n W r B l r l r . M. I,. Mason, Attorney. Oafed 1(11 h. 19^6. S. H. Mai;P«'nVc. Clerk District Court. E y -- M a r R f i r e t Kiley, Deputy. ment. Hated Ihis I93S. · 30th day of November, A. D- ETAT N". 4 ) Notice '11' A r i - O I N T . M K N T OK OF IO\VA. Cerr NO INFLUENCE ON CANDIDATES Ed Birmingham Speaks for Himself and Democrat State Committee. DBS MOINF.S, (.PI--Ed Birmingh a m , democratic stale chairman, in a statement Wednesday said neither he nor the party state central com- mitlee "has attemped at any time to influence candidacies nor will we do so." Birmingham said there "seems to be a misapprehension on the part of some people" with reference to the attitude of the party's headquarters and central committee toward the approaching primary election campaign. To Dispel Rumors. His statement. h e explained, was intended "to dispel those rumors which would p i c t u r e the democratic primary as a.closed corporation and which would insinuate that selfish political activity is a t t e m p t i n g to n u l l i f y the general party and state welfare." Birmingham asserted neither himself nor the committee has tried to influence candidacies, and added: "The primary as a political institution was born of the desire to give all individuals an equal chance in the effort to obtain party approbation. " I Have "Splendid List." | "We already have a splendid list j of entries in the democratic pri- I inary. Their decision to test their j strength with tne voters of their party has in every case been voluntary. More may appear and if they do their action will also be entirely of their own volition. "All candidates will be shown the same courtesy. We believe that the best men and women will win and that a f t e r thp balloting the democratic party will be able to present for state a p p r o v a l a ticket for which wo nred not apologize." Federal Income Tax- ITEMS EXEMPT FROM TAX NO. 31. Certain items are specifically exempt from the income tax and need not be included in the taxpayer's return of gross income. Among such items are the proceeds from life insurance policies paid by reason of the death of the insured. Amounts received ( o t h e r than a m o u n t s paid by reason of the death of the insured and interest payments on such amounts and other than a m o u n t s receiver! as annuities) under a life insurance or endowment :ontract. which are less than or exactly equal to the p r e m i u m s or consideration paid therefor, are exempt from federal income tax. Any excess received over the consideration paid is taxable. Amounts received as an an annuity under an a n n u i t y or endowment contract shall be included in gross income; except that each year the excess of the a m o u n t received over 3 per cent of the aggregate premiums or consideration paid for the a n n u i t y is tax-free u n t i l the aggregate of such sums excluded from gross income for the taxable year 1935 and prior years equals the aggregate premiums or consideration paid for the a n m m i t y . Thore arc also exempt from tax. amounts received by gift, hcquest, devise, or inheritance: interest on obligations of the District of Columbia, any territory, state-, rounty or municipality; interest on certain bonds issued by the United States government or its possessions; and on federal farm loan bonds; amounts received through accident or health insurance or under workmen's compensation acts for personal injury or sickness, and damages received on account of such injuries or sickness. Pensions and compensation received by veterans frnm the United States arn exempt; and pensions re_ cch-ed from the United Slates hy t h e f a m i l y of a veteran for services rendered hy the veterans to the United States in time of war are exempt. RS gifts. There is also exempt from federal income tax the rental value of a dwelling house and appurtenances thereof furnished to a minister of the gospel as part of his compensation. Other items excluded from gross income are aiimony and city jury fees. Waterloo Youth Has to Learn to Walk as Result of Operation WATERLOO, (.T)--Harold Paul, 25, must learn to walk again. He returned recently from a Chicago hospital where two large tendons on the bottom of both feet wers notched and strrtciie-I. When casts which are now on his feet are removed, it will he necrssary for him to again leum to walk. Over a period of yaers his tendons gradually shrank. Upturn Reported in Rail Freight Revenue WASHINGTON, (.T)_A n upturn n gross freight revenue of class 1 iteam railways from $2.631.505.040 1934 to $2.787,018.189 last year was reported Wednesday by the interstate commerce commission. Passenger revenue increased from $345,887,351 to $357,480.974. AUNTHET By Robert Quillen .. "Amy seems happy, but she always gives me the impression that she'd like marriage a lot better if it didn't include a man." h " r p b y c i v e n . t h r u t i d P r - sicned has b?rn d u l y ai'] i n i n '''d and rjualiTcd as F.xecutor nf the esinie, of Anna. F., Mott. Deceased, l a t e o( C e r r o Gordo County. A l l persons i n d e b t e d to said e.«t:ite are requested to m a k e i m m e d i a t e jviymcnt ; and tho.sR cav- ins c i R i i i i s ac-iir.Ft t h e same "'ill p r e s e n t 1h fo O T I ( F , 01 A I ' I M H X T M K N T OF A D M I N I S T R A T O R STATE OK IOWA, Cerro UdriJu County, 55 N". 4792, N"'!ie* f j h c r r t i y g i v e n , i t i n t Uip n n r l p r s i g n M haa hr^n d i i l y a p p o i n t M nm] (inalirir-d a.« A d m i n i s t r a t o r of t h e p « t a t * of K. ! "!-!, i a f p of Cf rr O'. A l l mi same \ j ) j prcr-rnt tncrr., duly l f - N ' f v i ti m m M n ! " AUCTION SALE SALES PAVILION-- CLEAR LAKE, IOWA startin ? Promptly a ti: P . m . ·()() CATTLE- -- · I "ir Fal Cows and IIi»ifprs; 1 car Fat Slci-rs: 1 cnr Fill JJi;h! Heifi'rs; 15ft K niul ( j n u l i l v X i i t h v Stwkpr Steers, hiilnnre Butcher Cons iiiul H r i l c r s , ( i i i n Cows, Bulls and Vral. Several Rood fresh and springer I'ows. 1(11) HOr'S 3 " l '"" (l 1!rpl "»'"·. Chester and Spotted po- J.UU l i v / v i o ,. 11|(1 S(WS ,j nl . 1I1( . ( . [.-e.^er |.J KS . 50-- BRED EW ES-- 50 HORSE SALE SAT. MARCH 15 Krine vmir Livestock to our S.ilc -- Highest Prices Assured. Clear Lake Auction Co. PHONES ^,,,",1.,, CLEAR LAKE, IOWA

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