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BT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 14 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 Lost and Found Help Wanted, Female 31 LOST -- Cocker Spaniel wearing harness. Reward. Ph. 36S6. LOST--Lady's black kid gloves. Ph. 1353. Reward. LOST -- Lady's purse, money and misc. articles. Leave at Globe-Gazette. Reward. Fifteen cents a lino first insertion. Ten cenu a Hn« for eacb consecutive subsequent insertion. (Count five average word* to the line). Seven Insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAI ADVERTISING 70 cents per column Inch each Insertion A discount of 15 per cent will bo allowec on all classified advertisements paid for a the time of Insertion or not later than 6 days thereafter. INDEX TO CLASSIFIED Classifications a r e numbered according to the position In which they appear in the section. Acreages ... . . . , Agcnta ....... .. Apia. lor Rent , . Amusements . . . . Auto Accessories Autos for Sale.. Auto Storage Auto Truck 45 7 S2 79 .A79 8U P I I Auto Impairing .. El Beauty Parlors ., 16 Board, Room ... 49 Bonds A S Bldg. Materials . 43 Business L o c a- tlons 37 Business Oppor- tunlttea , . . . . , . 29 Cafc.i. Rcstau-" rants 17 Card of Thanks 2 Cemeteries A3 Cliirupgdists 13 Chiropractor ...- 14 Cleaners, Dycr» ., 18 Cottages A46 Death Notices ... 1 Dentists A37 Dogs. Birds, Pcta 53 Educational Opportunities . . . . 40 Electrical Service 61 Employment Service A30 Farms for Sale .. 50 Farms for Kent .A50 Farm Machinery 5J Florists ·* Foods ASS Funeral Directors 3 Furs 19 Garage for Rent 68 Garage for Salo 69 Gardens ,, , , . . . . , 41 Gifts 60 Help W a n t e d . with Inv Help W a n t e d , Female Help W a n t e d , Male , . . Help W a n t e d , Male, Female .A36 Hide. Wool. Furs 78 Household Goods 73 Houacn ror Sal* n Houses for Rent 46 Instruction ..... iifl Insurance 11 investment ..... ID In Aferaorlara --.A 2 Job Printing .... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock Mr Sale 52 Location Wanted 6ft Lost and Found Lots for aalo ... Machinery ...... Milk Misc. for Sale ... Misc. for Kent .. Money to Loan .. 4 Mortgages . . . Monuments ... Musical JLnstr. Nursery Stock Osteopaths --. Optometrists . . . .Alf Offices for Rent 63 Office Furn., Fix. A63 O f f i c e Equipment 64 Painting, Decor- 24 PC rsonaJa . . . . - - - f* photographers 6 48 34 22 56 6 H ...A ... 58 57 15 25 Plumbing, Htg. .. 2F Poultry. Eggs . 74 Keal Bs. Loans Radio Supplies . Real Estate ... Rooms lor Ren Sale or Trade .. Sale or Rent Salesladies ... Salesmen .... Seeds. Feeds Serv. Offered Situation Wtd. Stamps, Coins Stationery Stocks -AS 27 ! 66 4-1 A3S Money to Loan 8 NATIONALLY Known company hag opening for a resident woman of Mason City. Splendid opportunity for right person and a chance to advance. Write Y-H, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. woman for house- v/ork to go home nights. Rcf. required. Write L-14. Grobe-GazeUe. VETERANS' LOANS Strictly Confidential. $50 to $300.00 To those veterans who need cash I immediately for a constructive purpose. Loans can be made only to employed veterans, on our regular basis, except special concessions are being made on unusually liberal terms---with no repayment expected until the bonus money is available. United Financial Service WANTED--Girl for gcn'l. housework. One who can go home nights. 410 S. Mass. Help Wanted, Male 32 Aprs, for Rent 45 FOR RENT--April 1st, cozy furn 2 rm. apt., slpg porch. 104 6 SW FOR RENT--Furn. or unfurn. 2, 3 and 4 rm. apts. All prices. Pri ent. Ph. 2916. FOR RENT--3 rm. mod. apt, alsc garage. Inq. 338 Sth S. E. FOR RENT -- Unfurn. mod. apt light, water anj hot water hea free. 726 llth N. E. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. heated apt See J. B. Young-blood. Ph. 36. 8--1st St. N. W. Phone 1414 EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES If you need money to pay bills or to meet emergencies, we can help you. Industrial Credit Corp. Over Penney's Phone 1521 H. W. Koeneke, Mgr. MEN WANTING JOBS--New construction U. S.. So. America Write Continental, 1614-D131' Broadway, Gary, Ind. Enclosi stamp. WANTED--Exp. single man 01 farm, 6 mi. NW of No. B road Clear Lake. Wm. Hollatz. SALESMAN Wanted by well known oil company. Experience unnec essary. No investment required. 1m mediate steady income lor men with car. Write P. T. Webster, 603 Stan dard Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED--Young man, neat ap pearance, no boozer, restaurani work. Ref. Write Til, Globe-Ga. zette. Situation Wanted 33 MONEY To Loan On Farm Lands and Mason City Real Estate. Excellent Terms and Rates. E. W. CLARK CO. 204 Forester's Bldg. I nan Pn Salary, furn- Loan v^o. , lui . e auto and diamond loans S30 to $300. Personal service. 321 1st Nil'U Bank, phone 412. 30 Summer Cottages 6 3S 31 ,'. 32 WJ- swap service . , Travel Bureau . Trade or Exch. Upholstering ... Wtd. to Borrow Wtd. to Buy . . . Wtd., Misc A Wtd. to Rent . . .,, Wearing Apparel 70 Death Notices LONG, Nellie O., 66, died at her home, 1422 North Federal avenue, Thursday evening at 12 o'clock following an illness. Funeral services will be held at the McAuley funeral home Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. C. E. Flynn in charge. The McAuley funeral home in charge. SKELLENGER, Charles B., 75, died of a stroke at his home, 427 Massachusetts avenue northeast, Friday afternoon at 5:20 o'clock. Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon with the Rev. jpavid L. Kratz in charge. The Randall funeral home in charge. MeGREJEVY, David, Si. died at his home. 59 River heights, about 1 o'clock Saturday morning following an illness. Funeral services will be held at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock, with the Monsignor P. S. O'Connor in charge. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors 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. B. Major. Cemeteries A3 MEMORIAL PARK--"The Cemetery Beautiful." Perpetual maintenance. Office 612, I. O.F. Bldg. Ph. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff, Florists BRIGHTEN your home with spring flowers and plants. Tulips, hyacinths, freesias, narcissus, etc. Kernbles Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Personals fei MATERNITY Hospital for unmarried mothers. Largest huilding, fire-proof, old established, lowest rates. Expenses reduced by working. Address Fairmount Hospital, 1414 E. 27th, Kansas City. Mo. Personals 400 NEW SPRING WALLPAPER PATTERNS. North Iowa's greatest selection. RALPH S. SHEPHERD Paint and Wallpaper. 16 First S. E. Opp. Chapman's WALLPAPER--3!)35 stork, 10c value, 4c; 15c value, B\'«c. Many washahles included. See our 193fi papers. We sell for less. Star Wallpaper Paint Co., S4 2nd N. E. LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH IOWA Made to Responsible Families or Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS Xour 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 Diagonally Opposite 1st Nat'l. Bank 204 Weir Bldg., Mason City, Iowa GIRL wants part time or full time work. Ph. 962. WANTED--Full or part time work by woman cxp. in sales, office telephone. Ref. Write Z-14. Globe- Gazette. Sendees Offered A33 DEGEN Floor Service, laying, sanding old floors. Made like new. 116 S. Monroe. Fh. 1672. Salesmen 35 WE WANT to hear from slock mineral salesmen who wish to better their present position. Get our proposition now. Busby Co., Wash ington, Iowa. ENERGETIC Salesman, engineer for store fixtures, soda fountains commercial refrigeration, bars, air conditioners, etc., cover local territory. Age 25 to 50, forceful, agree able, good business judgment. Musi own car, be able to take accurate measurements, make simple flooi plans. Successful applicant given immediate course intensive training On completion will be placed on commission basis with drawing aC 1 count. Send recent photo, lull ex perience history with business and back references first letter. Ceomat- ic Co., 223 South 6th, Minneapolis. WANT Exp. washing machine salesman. Coast to Coast, 112 S. Fed Persona! Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Most Convenient I Method of Borrowing. · ' Immediate Service Strictly Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 Male, Female Help A36 LOW COST LOANS Auto Loans. Furniture Loans. Personal Ix£ns. At 19 North Federal HUMPHREY AUTO LOANS FURNITURE LOANS Home Loan Finance COMPANY 204 Forester's Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. Real Estate Loans A8 MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4',l%--5% Mason City Real Estate--5%--6% Prompt Service--Small Expense Choice Mortgages for sale. HUGH H. SHEPARD 502-50S Foresters Bidg. Phone 284 Mason City, Iowa Optometrists A 1 5 GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg., and get the best in optical service. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Alfalfa hay, $8 ton. A. Morse, !»,· mi. E. Sugar Plant. FOR SALE---800 bu. corn. 32F21. SEED C O R N Home grown white or yellow selected ear tested at the market price. CUSTOM TESTING DONE NED O'NEILL 207 W. Main, Clear Lake. Ph. 271W Business Opportunities 29 First $75 Cash Takes Small building suitable, for popcorn «tand. etc. Located close in, and "lectric popcorn machine. Opportun- ty to start small business of your own. Write R-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE NEED CASH? Grow mushroom* for us--cellar, shed. Pictures free. United, 3S48-P17, Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Swap Service 38 SWAP--500x21 tire and tube for fishing tackle or guns. Write KK 14, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--Elec. grill for car radio or shotgun. Write TT14, GIobeGa- zette. SWAP--Infant's crotcheted caps, berry boxes for' lilacs or other perennials. Write YY-12, Globe-Gazette. WANT--To swap 3 nanny goats for chickens. Write BB12, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Fur fabric jacket, size 16 for rabbits. Write GG12, 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 lilies, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. SWAP--Black and Decker valve grinder for car radio. Write ZZ- 12, Globe-Gazette. Instruction 39 WAIs'TED--Names of men desiring outdoor work; S1700-S2400 year; patrol forests; protect game. Qualify immediately. Details free. Write Delmar Institute, H-116, Denver, Colo. For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt, newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. Rooms For Rent 44 FOR RENT--4 rooms all modern. 2115 So. Federal Ave. For Ren I--Sips- rms. 128 3 N. VV. FOR RENT--SIpg. rm at 630 S. Wash. Ph. 2833W. FOR RENT slpg. rm. Ph. 1718 L-J. FOR RENT--2 mod. slpg. rms. Board if desired. Ph. 1901. FOR RENT--Furn. rm. 304 1 S. E. Apts. for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Furnished apartment. 314 South Penn. FOR RENT--2 and 3 rm. apts., adults only. 22T N; Georgia. FOR RENT--Mod. T rm. apt., pri. bath, Frigidaire. 322 3rd N. W. Houses For Rent 46 FOR RENT---4 rm. bungalow, part ly mod., with garage, $14 per mo Sam Raizes. FOR RENT--One of the city's finest homes furnished. Possession soon. W. L. Patton, 109 E. State. FOR RENT--6 rm. mod. bungalow and garage, 2 rm. furn. house 524 10 N. E. For Rent--1 rm. house. 121 4 SW FOR RENT--Smal house, garage 1611 S. Fed. Ph. 2216J. FOR RENT--April 1, 5 rm. mod bungalow. H14, Globe-Gazette. FOR RENT--Two houses in Mason City. Ph. 28. Rockwell. FOR RENT--Mod. 5 rm. house, located at 1424 N. Pres. Ph. 1410. FOR RENT--5 rm. house and bath. Good basement. Inq. 1223 N. President, upstairs. Cottages A46 FOR RENT--Close in cottages. Priced reasonable. Mrs. D. H. Campbell, Clear Lake. FOR SALE--Cottage, Clear Lake. well located, easy terms, reasonable. L. L. Weedman. Ph. 175, Clear Lake. Houses For Sale 47 FOR SALE--4 rm. mod. home, garage. Possession now. Guild, 867. FOR SALE A beautiful close in 9 room house at Clear Lake. There is a veiy 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 KENYON Clear Lake, Iowa FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house well located, close in. $400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. FOR SALE--6 room bungalow and 4 lots, only $2,900. Write 0-1 Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--5 homes. Need money, S2.500 will buy all. Good investment. Write W-13, Globe-Gazette. Lots For Sale 48 FOR SALE--2 business lots S. Fed. ave. Frank Fiala, tailor, Park Inn Hotel. Farms For Sale FARMS! 50 We have for sale in the vicinity of Mason City a number of good farms which we will dispose of on reasonable terms to a reliable purchaser. Telephone or write H. W. WINGERT ar Rapid.i Life Insurance Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. TO SETTLE ESTATE For Sale 100 Acre Farm, to settle estate. Located three miles east ind one and one-half miles south of Manly. FRANK KRAUBETZ, Administrator, 'hone 155 Maniy FOR SALE 'deal improved 60 acres near Clear ake, is all tillable except the natural grove, orchard and building ite. It has electric light off high ine, is close to 106 highway and possession can be had now. Price 56,000.00 FREEMAN KENYON Clear Lake, Iowa 'OR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Farms For Rent A50 FREE LAND INFORMATION :OWA RENTERS will find rich Jlack farm lands in Minnesota and North Dakota at low prices and ·enting terms. Good buildings and mprovements. Small grains, alfalfa, orn, cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry an be produced at minimum cost. 5ood dairy country. Write for free nformation and land lists. E. C. Leedy, Dept. 743 G. N. Ry., St. ~"aul, Minn. i*OR RENT--5 good farms. 120 to 200 acres. Box 17S. Phone 2919. tlason City, Iowa. : HAVE an Improved 200 ac--e farm near Clear Lake, Iowa, for 'ent on share? and a 130 acre farm Tear Albert Lea, Minn., and an im- iroved 80 in Wisconsin. Also some iargains for sale. E. H. RICH, Rogers Hotel. Clear Lake. Farm Machinery 51 'OR SALE--Portable mill* mounted on new Ford V-8 truck driven ew months, good condition. Cham- lain Service Station, or Ph. 140, Northwood. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE OR TRADE Complete automatic Perfection milking machine used 3 months for good team horses or livestock. Also have McCormick Dcering cream separator trade for chickens. Jake Schotanus. 5 miles north of Mason City on pavement. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--5 good Holstein cows, 1 yearling bull. Anders Ashland, Clear Lake. 6 mi. N. of creamery. FOR SALE--5 milk cows. Sam Raizes. FOR SALE--d Poland sows to far- row soon. Ph. 15F12. FOR SALE--Hampshire gilts to farrow April 1. E. H. Barclay, 2 1 ,!: miles SW of Rockford. Poultry, Eggs 74 Baby Chicks Of all varieties, also custom hatching, and turkey poults. Everything for the poultry man. Write or tcl. VAN GERPEN HATCHERY Buffalo Center Iowa Special on CUSTOM HATCHING For a short time we will act eggs at .fl.50 per 100 or 3 cases for $15. Bring eggs on Saturdays or Wednesdays. We still have a few Farm Record Calendars. MASON CITY HATCHERY Phone 2041. and nhrnv ,-ausp Ir «ny Ihcy liavf, why flfild Irc.iminjrnt sJi"iiJd nnt h? pmb/KM anrt fll- l"\vrti in anrl for the laflt W i l l nnd Testament of slid rteceflsfrt. Dated at .V!asun C i t y , lowft. March «lh. IBM. S. H. M a c P K A K . Clork of D i s t r i c t OUrt. By--Mm-saret R l l t y , Deputy. Lodges and Societies Wanted to Buy 75 Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Full blood fox terric puppies, well marked. 956 12 N. E. FOR SALE--Pups, part Scottie, ,?2 also ped. wJrehaired terrier pups. 912 4th St. S. W. Ph. 3965. FOR SALE--Male white Spitz pup pics. Emmet Ufford, Aredale, la. Misc. For Sale 55 STOP AT OFFICE OR ORDER BY MAIL To get a Cerro Gorrlo county . Plat Book, just call at the Globe-Gazette office, or send your check by mail and your order will be filled same day received. This 1036 Plat Bonk 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 a,nd gravel roads, and the steam a.nd electric railroads are all shown in this up-to-date, easy- to-rcad Plat Book. The Globe- Gazette has a limited number of copies of this Plat Book for sale, and if you want one, yon should, act now. They were made to sell for $2.50 each but "while the present supply lasts you can buy a copy for only 1 Plus !c Tax The Globe-Gazette also has a very few Franklin county Plat Books for sale. They are similar to the Ccrro Gordo county Plat Books and are on sale at the same price, Ifl.OO each, while they last. FOR SALE--Well built house, 9x18, on wheels, JO miles south, 1 mi. east Mason City. Musical Instruments 58 FOR SALE--Piano; also Victrola. 508 20th St. S. E. Ph. 3663. Office Equipment 64 FOR SALE--Royal 10 typewriter, good cond., $20. Write N-l-1, lobe-Gazette. Real Estate 66 75 ACRE IMPROVED FARM For immediate possession, 6 mile."! north of Clarksville, good house, new barn, other buildings, well and windmill, well fenced, on our long term easy pnyment plan with low interest rate. JOHN BRATRUD. District Farm Sales Ma.nagsr, Union Central Life Insurance Co., 728 Roanokc Building, Minneapolis. Wearing Apparel 70 fQR SALE--New ruboers, 25c and up. Jackets and sweaters 9Sc and ip. B. 0. Exch., 1408 N. Fed. Household Goods 73 'OR SALE--2 large clec. rcfrig-.. also other restaurant equip. 570. 'OR SALE--Household furniture. 2115 So. Federal Ave. 'OR SALE--Monarch used electric range. Nice, clean, bargain at ?25. '. G. E. For Sale--Furniture. 622 N. Penn. WANTED--To buy service station. Write 0-14, Globe-Gazette. I. O. O. F. LOn«E NO. 224 2'A E. STATE I'lld-iES JIU-H' every Tuesday 7:31) P M. J. C, ROBINSON. N. G. Ph. 823 V V A Y W A N CLOSSON ftec. Scc'y. 31G7. H. J. PINE. Fin. Scc'y. WANTED--'Used showcase, electric fans and motors. Economy Electric. Ph. 504. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goaa, 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. HIGHEST Prices paw tor killer horses. Ph. 2731R2. Wanted to Borrow 77 WANTED--To borrow 53,000 6 r ,v- interest 5 years. Excellently located, good income producing duplex. Write M14, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 "HI GRADE U S E D CARS" All Makes and Models to Choose From We have the most complete line of used cars and trucks in North Iowa. COUPES - COACHES - SEDANS ROADSTERS - SPORT COUPES TOURINGS - L'.-TON PANELS PICKUPS - in -TON TRUCKS TRACTOR TRUCKS and TRAILERS A Car or Truck for Every Purpose. "We Always Have the Buys" Open Evenings and All Day Sunday S R CHEVROLET COMPANY "North Iowa's Leading Automobile Dealer" Ford 1934 Tudor Sedan Heatcr t '36 I«;c».sr f nfir tires. A rar just like new. $100 down, $20 per month, Folsom Auto Co. Ph. 1174 The WINTERMART AT THF. FAIRGROUNDS Any Price Car You Want. About 150 to Choose From. Dependable Guarantees and Rates. Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street. J. H. MARSTON WAGNER MOTOR CO. FOR SALE--1935 Dodge Tudor sedan. All black. Same as new warranty. Save ?300. Lapiners. 2 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON All R G And Square Deal Used Cars Fords. Chev-s., Plymouths Ma.ny Other Makes. . Liberal Terms. Fair Allowance. WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st. S. E. Phone 922 UIVAI. OHDKII OF MOOSE MOOSE 1CAI.I,--2.VU AMI S. I KIIEKA1. Phono 1278 M.'pt.i first nnd third TIIM- day* or rach month. Eycry th Tuesday la f a m i l y nlsht. W. P. CHAMBEHLIN, Dictator. Phone 2510. W I L L I A M cnoTll. Soc'i, Phono 3038W B K N K V O I . K N C K l.OIHiK NO. H5 A. F. AMI A. M 7:30 I'. M. Special C n m m u n i c f i t l o n Mon.. March IB. G. I. WOOD. \V. XL C. P. SHIPLEY, Scc'y. By Proclamation of the r.raml M n s t r r , nil Vftsnns In Iowa arp railed to me*t at the same tiliK--Monday. Mnrch 1(1. 7:30 P. M. An I n t e s t i n e profirarn v,-i!l be prcflenlc-l, IIAItDlMi LUIXiE NO. M» A. F. AXI A. »[. 7:30 I 1 . M. Special Comimmlcntlon Mon.. M a t c h ir,. L, L. R A Y M O N D , w. K. C. C. HALPHIDE, Sec'y. AL rVKUillKOItS OF A.MKKH'A MOOSE HALL Canij, meets 2nd nnd 4 l b Thursday. 7:no P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. .\1. MARGARET JOHNSON. Oracle. :AY BUDWOKTH, Roc. Phons 137'JW KK.N' K U H F . K A M I.OOOK NO. lOfi I. O. 0. F. Meeting* every first nnd third Friday of m o n t h , P. N. U. A. meets first Thursday afternoon cnch month. WRfi. i » A CLORSON. N G 3-1 C7 MRS. WIN NUTThNC. R. S 59BW. MRS. R. E. K'OMVtNSKA. F. S. HSflJ. Experiment in Optional Attendance at 3 Classes to Be Made at I. S. T. C. CEDAR FALLS--An experiment in optional class attendance will be inaugurated at the Iowa State teachers college during the spring term, according to Dr. M. J. Nelson, dean of the faculty. The experiment will affect only three classes: Elements of geography, 8 o'clock, taught by Marguerite Uttley. associate professor of geography; nature study, 10 o'clock, taujrht by Winifred Gilbert, assistant professor of biology; and American government at 1 o'clock, taught by Dr. Marshall Rust Beard, assistant professor of history. Students in these three classes will be free to attend the class meetings or not, as they see fit, but they will be required to take examinations at stated times throughout the term and at the close of the term. Adequate examinations have been prepared in each course so that a student will not be able to .make a satisfactory test record unless he has a good jrasp of the material presented. j Attendance records will not be lept by the instructor, but by another person, and will bo filed with Dean Nelson. The instructor will not tnow the attendance of individuals registered in the course. According to Dr. Nelson, there is j no thought of making attendance optional in all courses despite the : fact that tnis is done in some ] schools, notably the University of Chicago. The purpose of the experi- nent is simply to discover how students react to such a plan and to 'earn whether optional attendance influences the quality of the work. Murphy Urges Ban on Blackstrap Molasses for Whisky Blending WASHINGTON, l.T) -- Senator' Louis Murphy (D-lowa) appeared before the senate finance committee Friday to urge repeal of a section 0[ the revenue net which has been construed to permit use of blackstrap molasses in whisky, blending. Murphy told the committee 33.000.000 bushels of grain went into alcohol for distilled spirits in the last fiscal year. Because it can he offered at a lower price, he said, blackstap would "swamp the market" unless the change in the law were made, A recent treasury ruling; interpreted tiie revenue act as forbidding" discrimination apainst blackstrap, although previously alcohol marie from grain had been required in whisky. . '- Hmman, Director for Belmond Creamery 26 Years, Again Elected BELMOND--At the annual meeting of the Farmers' Co-Operative crramery'hcld in Ihe I. O, O. F. hall Friday the following were elected directors: Andrew Bohning. J. Tice and A. C. Hinman. Mr. Hinman has served as director since the company wa.q organized 26 years ago. A free dinner was served at nnon to an estimated crowd of 300 farmers. A f t e r the dinner a talk was given oy Marion Olson, agent for Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Olson stressed thn need for co-operatives. He said, "Communities can be more fully developed through co-operation." He used the development of .Sweden aa an illustration. He said, in closing, 'The success nf co-operative companies is based on understanding, practicing of honesty among our neighbors and a p p l y i n g , the principles of Christianity." Before Mr. Olson's address a short program was given which was as follows: Clarinet solo, Allan Benson, accompanied at piano by Phyllis Halfpop; tap ' dancing numbers, Mary Jo Evans and Joyce Wcnzcl; two vocal selections by the high school sextet, and accordion numbers by Jacob Hcnn. AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "I read today that fear and worry would cause stomach ulcers, so I knew where Jim got his trouble. He married it." Aldi-n Man Buys Cafe. EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. J. 0. Nelson, who has operated the Park : I cafe on Park avenue, south of thc- Ocld Fellows building for the past year, has sold out to Oscar Lekwa, of near Alden. A Good Farmer has good equipment. Oliver Equipment makes every owner a Good Farmer. See (he Row Crop "70" and "90" Auto Truck 80 FOR SALE--'29 Ford truck; a bargain. Lew Ray's Service, 15th St. and S. Federal. ''OR SALE--High jrrade furniture. Birdscye maple dressers, cedar ihest, radio, walnut bed. See Scottj', .27 2 S. W. 'OR QUICK sale walnut dining rm. suite, bedroom suite, rugs, miscellaneous household furnishings. 304 N. Joff. Heat With Gas Tor Sale: Several slightly used high grade Gas Conversion Burners at substantially reduced prices. Good as new. Guaranteed same as new burners. Installation now. No payments until next fall. 5 eoples Gas Elec. Co. FOR SALE--Elec. refrig. 3650W. FOR SALE--2 pc. living rm. suite, cheap. 625 S. Monroe. Ph. 1790. ^OR SALE--2 heating stoves. 1 l.irpc, 1 small; combination coal nd pas ranj:". 1 kerosene oven. 1 il brooder stovp. TiOO chick capa- ity, 3 easy chairs. Ph. 1701J. LEGAL NOTICE OP THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATK DF TOtt'A. CPITO Gordo C nly . NOTIfTR IS H K R E B Y CTVKN. (hat the !inri?rfl!?nr(l hn.t hcc-n !nly a p p o i n t ofl nnl qualifier! as Kxcctitrix nf ihr (-stain rl Oliver K. Crane. Dcrras^ri. Lite of Ccrro Gordo County. A l l pr irons I n d e b t e d t o said r.v.ntc arc rpqupsirrt tn m a k e i m m M i n l ? p a y m e n t ; anr.; tho.e*. h n v i n c claims ac-linst t h e s.imp w i n p r r F c n r them, d u l y a u t h e n t i c a t e . i 0 the iin-JprMenpi] for allowance, nnd f i l ^ in the o f f i c e of the riTk of lh- District Court. ROSK A. CRANK. Kxccufn*. S m i t h Feency, Attorneys Datrd Mflrrh Mil. 193fi. S. H. .YarPrak. Clerk D i s t r i c t Court. By -- Marjiartt Rilcy. Deputy, NOTim; OF r R O R A T E OF tYU.T, In irntrirt f t n i r t , .f.iminry Term, m?6. STATE OF I O W A . 1 Cerro Gnfii C o u n t v , tp, ! No. 479fJ. j To All Whom It .May fnnrrrn: I YOU A R E .HKKKBY N O T I P I E D . That an i n s t r u m e n t of w n i i n c purrKrtiri(; to he the last W i l l nnd Test am IT. t nf M a r t i n James M i ; l l i c a n . DprfMSfH. da tPri J u l y 23rf). 19* 9. havin;; h'Vn HJIS rlay f i l e d . opcnM and read. : Monday t h e (ith day of A p r i l . IMS. is f i x e d ; .'or hrnriiii; pronf nf ?-inic a* 'ho Co;in . Hn ( |5p i n M « « n n n t y , [n-.vft, b r f ' i r p t h e Jj|.«- ' i r i r l O;irt nf s^ P n u n t y . n r the ClTk «f : .««irl r-v.irt; a n d ;,i 2 "V!«ck p. M . . if ifir · 'lay Shi-, f rriTii i n n r d n!i pT^n? in'T^lf) j arc hereby n o t i f i e d ami mimed to appear, ' \ HorseGattieSale COMMENCING AT 11:30 O'CLOCK S H A R P Those will consist of a few bi^ horses and m;ires weighing from 1500 In 180(1 pounds. A large number of 1300 to MOO pound horses and mares, a. few saddle horses, and some old horses. Also a few spans of good farm mutes. These will incliKli* :i number of good StocUer and Feeder Catlle, Butcher Stock, and sonic Good Dairy Cows. Bring in your stock. There will be plenty of Buyers. Selling of Horses will begin promptly at J1:30 o'clock. Cattle will be sold imniedijik'lv a f t e r the horses. This Snip will positively he hold next Wednesday, March 18. Sale will he hold regardless of the weather. . \VK SELL K V K R Y WEDNESDAY W. J. Murphy Sales Corporation C H A R I . K S CITY, KttV.V PHONE 1324

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