Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1936 · Page 17
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 25, 1936
Page 17
Start Free Trial

MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 ·§ 1936 SEVENTEEN 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 1 WERTZ, James E., 72, died at the home of Mrs. Maude Wepler, 14 Jefferson avenue southwest, about 10:15 o'clock Tuesday evening following a brief illness. Funeral services had not been arranged Wednesday. The Randall funeral home in charge. WINTERS, Mrs. Cora, 42, died from injuries received when struck by an automobile on Highway 106 about 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral borne Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Adjutant B. Williamson of the Salvation Army in charge. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks Money to Loan 8 AUTOMOBILE LOANS Let us reduce your car payments or give you additional cash. No in- dorsers and all transactions strictly confidential. Phone or write. United Financial Service S First St. N. W. Phone 1114 EXP. Married man wants work on farm. Would work as single man. Dan Walsh, Burchina), Iowa. MONEY TO LOAN on Mason City home. Alliance Investment Co. Phone 849. Security Loan Co. ·£!£· £ and diamond loam WO to 5300. Personal service. 321 lit Nat'l. Bank. Phone 412. Heartfelt appreciation is extended ,, to friends and neighbors who ex- Property pressed their sympathy during our recent bereavement. Charles Otto Sisters and Brothers. Real Estate Loans AS We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for th»ir many kindnesses, assistance and beautiful floral offerings, especially the Congregational choir for their help offered during our recent bereavement. Mrs. John Heeren and children. In Memoriam A2 In loving memory of our beloved mother, Mrs. Mary Cummings, who passed away 1 year ago today, March 25. 1935. The Cummings Family. Owners--Attention! Iri your mortsaKc due? Do you expect to buy a property? Are you going to build? Consult us about our low rate mort- cace loans on first claaB residences and business properties In Mason City. E. W. Clark Co. 204 Foresters BldR. MORTGAGE LOANS ON North Iowa Farms--4'/i%--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 Funeral Directors McAULEY Funeral Home -- Complete service day and night. S 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--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 4 Optometrists A15 GLASSES--If your eyes are failing see Dr. Knutson, Opt., Weir Bldg. and get the best in optical service. Situation Wanted 33 Houses For Rent 46 YOUNG Man wants work on farm. Write B-23, Globe-Gazette. WANT--Cafe, cook, waitress work or ready to wear saleslady. Exp. Write J-21, Globe-Gazette. EXP. Single man wants farm work April 1st. Ph. 29F12. FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. bungalows at $32 and $35. W. L. Patlon, 109 East State. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--4 rm. bungalow. 178 FOR SALE--24 foot Chris-Craft motorboat in good condition. Electric hoist included. Price .fSOO. Inquire E. S. Sclby, % Jacob E. Decker and Sons, Mason City, Iowa. FOR RENT--i rm. mod. close in. Ph. 2113J. house, Cottages A46 FOR RENT--North shore cottage. Reas. for season. Ph. 2683. WANTED--Housekeeping in gentleman's or motherless home. Competent. Write 113 First Ave., N. W. Oelwein, Iowa. Services Offered A33 D.ressmaking, alterations. 23S2W. CURTAINS washed,'stretched. 20S1. PAPERING--Bennett. Ph. 2669W. DISCS Sharpened on your farm. It's getting late, better hurry. J. H. Westcott, Plymouth, Iowa. DEGEN Floor Service, laying, sanding old floors. Made like new. 116 S. Monroe. Ph. 1672. ASH Hauling. Ph. 715. SEED CORN Individual ear tested. Floyd county grown. 4 varieties. Corn in Rockford, Iowa. Custom testing wanted. MAX WALKER Rockford, Iowa FOR RENT--Close in cottages. Priced reasonable. Mrs. D. H. Campbell, Clear Lake. Houses For Sole 47 FOR SALE--Small house, N. W. Terms. Guild, S67. FOR SALE -- Easy terms S rm. dwelling and barn. 504 4th SW. Over v., acre of ground, 182 ft. frontage, 4th St. Price $2,800, First National Bank. FOR SALE--5 rm. modern bungalow S. E. part of city. New furnace. Ph. 1153W. FOR SALE--A neat little 4 rm. bungalow, mostly mod., cast side; $200 down, balance like rent. May consider good clear lot as down payment. See J. B. Youngblood, Ph. 36. Salesmen 35 FOR SALE--Modern 7 rm. house, well located, close in. $400 cash down, balance on easy terms. Beck Bros. Co. Sale or Rent A47 FOR RENT OR SALE--Brick bldg. 40x50 all mod., known as Higlcy garage on 4th St. S. W. Ph. 494. STOP AT OFFICE OR ORDER BY MAIL To get a Cerro Gordo 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 1936 Plat Book contains a Plat, or drawing, of each of the 16 Townships, and each Township is represented on a page. The owners of all Cerro Gordo county farms, and the exact size of each, the towns, schools, creeks, paved and gravel roads, and the steam and electric railroads are all shown in this up-to-date, easy- to-read Plat Book. The Globe- Gazette has a limited number of copies of this Plat Book for sale, and if you want one, you should act now. They were, made to sell for $2.50 each but I ·while the present supply lasts you can buy a copy for only Poultry, Eggs 74 FOR SALE -- 2 brooder houses, 10'x 12' and 12'xl2' Good Shap and Jamcsway stoves and feeders; 350 White Rock pullets, 14 wks. old. John Wcndt, Jr., Nora Springs, la. Wanted to Byy 75 WANTED--To buy girl's bicycle. Write O-24 Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Used ·% or 1 h. p. elcc. motor. 110 volt. Ph. 1756. HIGHEST Cash prices paid for old gold jewelry, watch cases, dental scraps, etc. Blanchard Jewelry. WANTED--Used furniture. Joe Goss. 212 South Federal. Ph. 942. HIGHEST Prices paid horses. Ph. 2731R2. ror killer WANTED--Used furniture, stoves. Graham's, 204 S. Fed. Ph. 301. WANTED--To buy 3 bcdrm. . mod. home. Give location and price. Write M-24. Globe-Gazette. WANTED -- To buy second hand Round Oak heater No. 16. Ph. 67, Clear Lake. Wanted to Rent 76 1 Foods A55 Beauty Parlors PERMANENTS--$1.95 to .$3.00, complete. Shampoo, finger wave, 50c. LeModerne Annex. Expert waving. 212 N. Fed. Phone 3011. A GOOD MAN NEEDED The Capper Publications needs a ,, district sales manager for Iowa. 1 ° I Pays from $32 to $55 weekly. Absolutely tested and permanent job. Experience not necessary; no investment. Limited. Write today. R. C. Senate, 8828 Capper Bldg., Topeka, Kansas. Seeds, Feeds 28 FOR SALE--Alfalfa hay $10 per ', ton. F. G. Hintzen. Swap Service 38 BRIGHTEN your home with spring flowers and plants. Tulips, hyacinths, freesias, narcissus, etc. Kembles Greenhouse. Ph. 55. Personals -. TREE! Ceiling papers FREE! Make . ; your, selection from 390 wallpaper patterns. Compare! Ralph S. Shepherd Paint Paper. 16 First St. S. E. Opp. Chapman's. We Have Several Special Lots Of SEED With High Purity ana Germination White Blossom Sweet · £·? / A Clover, per bushel »P-' Ov Medium Red Clover, j 1 2 OA per bushel «P ' J -OU Rape Se°,d, */ AA per cwt vpU.UU Sudan Grass, dA "7C per "ewt ?·'' -' Northwestern Dist. Co. INC. 436 2nd St. N. E. Ph. 361 SWAP--Two Embden ganders for Two geese of the same- breed, 'rite YY-25. WALLPAPER--1335 stock, lOc value, 4c; 15c value, 6Vic. Many washablcs included. See our 1936 papers. We sell for less. Star Wallpaper Paint Co., 34 2nd N. E. GOOD Home and care for semi-invalid or aged people, Reasonable. Mrs. M. Ph. 4261. Lost and Found STRAYED--5 calves. Ph. 31F11, Swaledale. LOST--Yellow gold 17 jewel Elgin watch with white gold chain and knife with Masonic Emblem attached. Reward. Ph. 597. Money to Loan 8 FOR SALE--Ensilage, seed potatoes. Ph. 23F13. Attention Farmers! Seed potatoes are scarce this sprin! going to be Come in and place your order. We handle Northern Grown Seed. We always have a supply of good eating potatoes on hand. Chas. Rohr AT LOG CABIN OIL CO. Business Opportunities 29 FOR SALE OR TRADE--Established route of vending machines. Write S-25, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE:--Shine ment. Ill North Lake, Iowa. stand equip- 3rd St., Clear LOANS Up to $300.00 ANYWHERE IN NORTH tOWA Made to Responsible Families or ' Individuals NO SIGNERS NO ENDORSERS I our Own Security Only. Fay Interest on only actual unpaid balances for actual number of days used. Prompt, Private, Friendly Service. Always. See, Phone or Write us for FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Company Diagonally Opposite 1st Nafl. Bank 204 Weir Bldg.. Mason City. Iowa FOR SALE--Cafe in county seat town, doing nice business. Write F-24, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female 31 WANTED--Girl for general housework. 28 Linden Drive. WANT--Exp. reliable girl for general housework. 203 10th N. W SWAP--Delco lisrht plant for model A Ford. Write KK-25, Globe- Gazette. W Acreages A48 For Sale--Improved acreage. See Gco. Colcman, Nora Springs, la. Farms For Sale 50 EXTRA WELL IMPROVED 120 A. NEAR MASON CITY All tillable and in very high state of cultivation and fertility. Might consider clear, desirable Mason City residence property as part payment. Immediate possession if desired. Write--S-23, GLOBE-GAZETTE SPECIAL Good Jonathan Apples Per basket 99c EARL'S FRUIT MKT. 1603S.Fed. Ph.ll38 SPECIAL WANTED--By May 1, bungalow in Forest Park. Must be reasonable. Permanent. Write B-24, Globe-Gazette. Autos for Sale 79 Auto Truck 80 .nng truck. New 32x0 10-ply G e n e r a l tires. Overload springs. Class E license. S R Chevrolet Co. Auto Accessories 82 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE III' AI'Pl.irATlOS FOB TAX I I K K H Til- Mnr.v Ki«k Hiit* anil In l.iits n anil .,11,1 A d d i t i o n uhom It anil All niknnini flultn- « IVrMin In I'ONnrstlon of . W«rk 2. Fmtielvo'pi S*c- " M-.IVIH ' " . '"»'»· ""^ »y Ccinrrni: FOR SALE--2 new 600x20 6 ply tires and tubes. Reasonable. Cha- zcn's, 625 S. Monroe. FOR SALE--New truck tires 32x 10 ply cheap. 211 12 NW. Ph. 2472. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE 01' rnOIIATK OF \\ll.l. In DUtrli-t Cotirl, .Inniiiiry Term, 1M6. STATK OF IO\VA. Cerro Gordo 7"\intj'. ss. NO, .ism Tfl A H \Vlimn Ii Mny ('m.rrni: Y0(* A U K H K R K B Y N O T I F I E D . That n n instrument nf '.vrftlnj; p i i r p r j r t i t i p tn he the l.iPt \Vjll »nd Testament of Thomas C. Brnvlcp. Deceased, d n l n d November llilh. 1933, lin ving horn t h i s day filed. opened and rend. AKKvtay the 6th day of A p r i l . Iflofi. if f i x e d for hearing proof of a.«me at t h e Court. House In Mason Clly. lottft. before the District Court of said County. or the Clerk of said Court; and -it 2 o'clock P. M.. nf the day above m e n t i o n e d n i l ' p e r sons interested itrc hereby notified flnrj required lo appear, and show cause if any I hey "have, why sn!d i n s t r u m e n t should not he probated and allowed .151 a n d for the last W1M nnd Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason C i t y . Iowa. March Oth. 1936. S. H. KttcPEAK. Clerk t,t District Court. By-- Mairnret Kilcy, Deputy. You flip n o t l f i ^ r ! Hint "" t h P R t n r i a y n C January. 1»3S at n tax sale publicly held hy th« C m i n t y Trrnpurcr of Orro Gordo C o u n t y Imvn, n.i provide,! by Section 7255 til ( h o i'J31 Grali- or t h p suit.' of lovvn. tliero v a s snM to V. 1\ Zack. tilt: undersigned, ns'purchitsiT. Lots 17 and J R 1n Block 2. Francisco's Socnml A d d i t i o n to Mason City, lona. individual ccrll(lc»tcj belne Issued t h e r e f o r e . That Both nr salt! lots were taxed in the mime of M a r y KosltR. That t h r rlKlu IT ri-di-mpllnn w i l l expire and n il»rd for t h e land He made unless r e d e m p t i o n is m a d e w i t h i n n i n e t y P ' i » "ays f r o m the completed service of this notice. Paled at Mason Clly. Iowa. March 2.1, By-- S. I.. Hayn M. F. HACK. s. His Attorney. 1930 FORD TUDOR . Extra nice. CLEAN 1934 PLYMOUTH You will like this one. M M J. H. MARSTON i.-. Elk. E. of Hanford Hotel FOR SALE--Good 300 acre farm 2'/2 miles on gravel road from St. WAP--Elec. washing machine for Ansgar, Iowa. Write or see E. W. stove. Gazette. Write RR-24, Globe- SWAP--Reed baby buggy for chest of drawers or rug. Globe-Gazette. Write TT-23, Priem, St. Ansgar, Iowa. FOR FARM BARGAINS See T. W. GUpin, Northwood, Iowa. SWAP--Storage for the use of the piano. Write HH-24, Globe-Gazette. SWAP--24 inch thresh, machine for brood sows. Write GG-23, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Cream separator, A-l condition for livestock. Write RR-22, Globe-Gazette. Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Want Ad counter. For every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer, regular rates will be charged. Farms For Rent A50 rf-^.--jt-i^--TM---^-^-^-«----TM--~-^---- 120 A. NEAR MASON CITY Extra well improved modern, electricity. SO A. adjoining can also be obtained if desired. A real moa-sy maker and home for right party Possession given April 15. Do not answer this ad unless you have full equipment unincumbered or are able to finance same. Write K-23, GLOBE-GAZETTE Farm Machinery 51 OLD PLOWS Made new at from 40 % to 50To saving. Economy Welding Works, rear Chapman's Furn. Misc. For Rent 56 ATTENTION POLITICAL CANDIDATES We are prepared to furnish ampli fiers and loud speakers for your cominef campaign. Rental price so low you cannot afford to address a public gathering v.-ithout our loud speaker equipment. Call 355, or write Paul's Radio Service, Mason City, Iowa. Musical Instruments 55 FOR SALE--Kurtzman piano, excellent cond., Knight 8 tube clcc radio. Ph. 1340 or write 438 i SE WINTERMART The 150 USED CARS AT FAIRGROUNDS Salesmen There Every Day, Two Old Reliable Firms. Definite and Dependable Guarantees NOTICE OF THF. ArpnlVTMEXX OF A D M I M S T K A T I U X WAGNER MOTOR CO. and J. H. MARSTON Entrance Just West of Federal on Nineteenth Street STATR OF IOWA. Cirrro Gordo County. PS, No. 1R02 NOTICE IK H K R K t f Y GIVEN, ' h n t Ult umlrrslsnert hns been f l u t y appoint PC] anrl qualified fls A d m i n i s t r a t r i x nf ihn estate of Qp;ar T, NflSlvffll. Deceased, late of Cerro liordo C o u n t y A l l persons indebted t" s-iM pptntf! arc req\ie?Icfl to miikc immod'a'e p a y m e n t ; and those h a v i n p claims against Hie nam will present them, duly a u t h c n t t - calcd to t h R unrlersiRncd Tor allowance. nnrt file In t h e o f f i c e of the Cler'rt of the District Court. M A M I E NESTVEPT. A d m l n l s l r a l r l T . JI. L. Mason, Attorney. Dated .Vnrch mUi. 1S»3(V, 3. H. MacPmif. Clerk p,*irlct Court. By--M/irsarst Rltcy. Deputy. 12 Per Cent Cut for Corn Recommended by Board for Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON--T.le Chickasaw county planning beard drafted a plan to conserve soil fertility o£ 207.000 acres in rotation. The group recommended 09,630 acres be planted in corn, oals and clover; 45,07U acres in corn, oats and-clover; 46,800 acres in corn, oats, sweet clover and alsi!-e clover mixture and 15,000 acres in corn, oats and alfalfa, three years. The rotations would cut the com available for feeding 12 per cent, oats would be reduced 17 per cent while hay and rmslurcs would be increased 13 and per cent respectively. Are Parents of Son. FERTILE--A hoy was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Vorle Miller Tuesday afternoon. This is their second cihlcl, both boys. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have recently moved to the farm home of Mrs. Dcwey Ouver.son. STUDEBAKER 1934 De Luxe Commander Sedan. Perfect condition, electric clock, many other extras. $175 down, $25 per month. FOLSOM AUTO CO. 722 So. Federal Avc. FOR SALE--192D Ford coach, 1930 Ford roadster, new and used motorcycle, 1 ;. Indian Motorcycle Sales and Service. 313 N. Wash. NOTICE OF 1'IHIBATE OF WILL STATK OF IOWA. Cerro GorJo County, ss. Nn. .ISO? In rji.Mriet Court J a n u a r y Term. 1936. T(i A H Wli'iin It Mny Cemcern: YOU A R K H E R E B Y NOTIFIED, flint nn I n s t r u m e n t of w r i t i n g nuriiortinR to tie t h e last W i l l anT Testament of Nellie Lone. Deccnscil. .latcil February 7 t h . 193B. liny- inp lieon Ihi? xltvy filed, opened and read. M o n d a y the nth day of A p r i l . 19:16. is ilxed for h e a r i n g proof of same at the Court House in Mason C i t y . Iowa, before t h e D i s t r i c t Court of-.said C o u n t y , or the Clerk of sairl Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M.. of tile nay above mentioned all persons Int e r e s t e d nre Hereby n o t i f i e d and renuJred lo a p p e a r , and show cause if any they have, why ."aid i n s t r u m e n t should not be pro- b a t e d and allowed ns and for the mat Will and Testament o[ said deceased. nated at Mflson City. Iowa. March ITln. IMfi. S H M a c P E A K . clerk of Dislrict Court. By--Marsaret Kiley, Deputy. Office Furn., Fix. A63 FOR SALE OR TRADE--McCormick Deering tractor and 28 disc, 14 in. gang- plow for team horses or cash. W. H. Bell. Mason City, Rt. 4. SWAP--Ear corn for ho: LL-24, Globe-Gazette. SWAP -- 1100 eg] trailer or what? Globe-Gazette. H104, Kensett. incubator for Write NN24, I _ FOR SALE---Solid mahogany standing book-keeper's desk, 36x72, with solid pedestal base. Inq. at 19 W. State, 1st floor. Real Estate 66 FOR TRADE--3 rm. steam heat, desirable location home for modern bungalow by owner. Write A-24, Globe-Gazette. Rooms For Rent FOR RENT--2 mod. slpg. Board if desired. Ph. 1901. 44 FOR SALE , 15-30 McDeering K. C. Motor hay . . i press. 14x18 10 ft. McDeering pow' er grain binder. Mc-Deering grain dril 26-6. 10 ft. John Deere tandem tractor disc.. Will trade for grain or livestock. ALICE E. STONE, Lawler, la. Wearing Apparel 70 FOR SALE--Long pointed fox fur. Like new. Very reas. Ph. 3243W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm, gentleman preferred. Pri. ent. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--2 modern rooms for light hskpg. 418 S. Georgia. FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. in home. 306 3 N. E. Ph. 2629. mod WANTED---Waitress. Perfect cafe. | Apts. for Rent 45 WANTED -- At once general housework. Crescent Drive. exp. girl for Ph. 1780. 139 WANTED--Girl for general housework. 1111 1st S. W. Ph: 2207. AUTO LOANS R-ErF-I-N-A-N-C-I-N-G FEATURES OF OUR PLAN 1. Your car need not be clear. 21 Smaller payments -- more cash advanced. 3. Pay only for time you keep the money. 4. Loans on late models. Bring along your registration certificate -- Quick service. Home Loan Finance Company 204 Forester's Building Help Wonted, Male 32 WANTED -- Experienced married couple on farm. Dan Lemme, Thompson, Iowa. MARRIED Couple to run local coffee agency. .$45-a-week opportunity. Automobile given producers. Albert Mills. 89 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Personal Signature LOANS To Salaried People Easiest and Mcst Convenient Method of Borrowing. Immediate Service Strictly' Confidential. Security Loan Co. 321 First Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 Quick LOAN Service NO delay NO red tape South dime store, upstairs FINANCE COMPANV HUMPHREY WANTED--Man with car to sell seed corn to farmers. Liberal commission. Write Box 424, Mason City. OPPORTUNITY for local representative with A-l references. Financial institution seeks contact man to learn interesting interviewing duties in connection with the purchase of past-due accounts receivable from merchants, businessmen, doctors and dentists. Advance commission and profit sharing bonus. Timely and proven plan. Must be capable to later qualify for field executive position. Give full particulars regarding yourself and territory you can cover. Treasurer, Sth floor, 15 West 46th St.. New York. Situation Wanted 33 WANTED--Work on farm by exp. single man. Dale Dunlap, Ph. 7F3. WANTED--Work on farm by exp. young married man. Write Bill Carrott, Rockford, Iowa. FOR RENT--3 rm. unfurn. apt., $10. North Mad. Lepper Jewelry Co. FOR RENT--Fu'rn. apt. Inq. 322 3 N. E. ., FOR RENT--Nicely turn, apt. Close in. Ph. 2243. small FOR RENT--2 rm. newly turn. apt. 126 5 N. E. Household Goods 73 FOR SALE--Davenport and chair lo match. Priced low for quick sale. Call 1998W. Livestock For Sale 52 FOR SALE--8 brood sows. H. Richards, 4 mi. N. E. Manly. FOR SALE--Sows and litters also Guernsey springer. Ph. 3781. FOR SALE--3 black Poland China gilts to farrow in April. Vaccinated. IVt mi. N. of sugar plant on 65. A. Newberry. FOR SALE--12 good red sows to farrow May 1. Rex Rule, 1 mile north of Ventura. FOR SALE--Goats, 903 12 N. W. FOR RENT--3 rm. apt. with kitchenette. Inq. 217 N. Fed. FOR RENT--High class small apt. Centrally located. F. R. Currie. FOR RENT--Mod. Penn. Adults. apt. 103 N. FOR RENT--2 rm. turn. Adults. Pri. ent. Ph. 1321. apt. FOR RENT--Apts., Ph. 29S9. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--1 rm. mod. heated apt. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Unfurnished apartment. 726 11 N. E. modem For Rent--Mod. 4 rm. unfurn. heated apt., newly dec. 1452 N. Fed. FOR RENT--2 and 3 rm. furn. apts. 9 S. Monroe. FOR RENT--Small furn. Wepler apt. No children. 114 N. Adams. Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--2 rm. furn. partly mod. house. 623 S. Car. FOR RENT--3 rm. furn. 1527 N. Del. Ph. 301. house. FOR SALE--Fresh cow. A. E. Rowe ¥2 mi. west of sugar beet corner. Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Nice pups. Ph. 3965. Misc. For Sale 55 FOR SALE--Folding ping pong table cheap. Fastest in town. Also child's roll top desk and ice box. H. Bruns, 20 S. Vermont. FOR SALE)--House car 8x20. Gar age on skids and 3 other small buildings for sale or trade. South on No. 65 to city limits and 2 miles east. R. C. Schurtz. FOR SALE--G. E. Washer, twin beds, R. C. A. radio. 2 burner kerosene stove and davenport and hair. 844 6 S. W. FOR Quick Sale, furn. 622 N. Penn. For Sale Slightly used gas conversion burner. We have just replaced this burner with a new Lennox Aire-Flo Gas Fired Air Conditioning Plant and will sacrifice it for a quick saie. Ray E. Pauley Co. Ph. 963 425 S. Fed. Ave. A U C T I 0 N SALE OF USED CARS AND TRUCKS Thursday, March 28th WAGNER MOTOR CO. 202 1st S. E. Ph. 922 NOTK'K TO rONTKACTOKS proposals receiv t h r FOR SALE--Practically new 1934 Buick S sedan. Cheap for quick disposal. Mrs. Raymond. Ph. 2604. il proposals w i l l h o'clock P. M'. April P. 193R. School Board of t h e Consolidated School D i s t r i c t of Mesorvey. Iowa, for the r.en^nil r m i f M n i r t i n n , Plumhinj;, HcaUntr. and Eiec- i r i r a l Work in nn A t n i i t o r m m ' f l v m n i i s i i i m B u i l d i n g lor said School District, all In accordance w i t h plans and specif I c a t i r n s p r r p n r e f i for same hy Thnrwalri Thorson, A r c h i t n r i , Forest City. Iowa. Ttie owner rloep not obligate himself to accept ihe InwcFt or n n v other hit!. Proposal. 1 ', pl.ins a n d specifications may he examined at the o f f i c e of the undersipnert. Secretary of ihe Board in Mcservey, Iowa, nnd at t h e fici of the architect. Contractors may obtain complete set? from the Architect a deposit of 510.00, This deposit will r e t u r n e d provided t h a t a hona fide hid received and the plans and specifications are returned In good c o n d i t i o n . .No hid will' he considered unless accompanied hy a certified check in an a m o u n t not It-pp " !han f i v e per cpnt of the t o l a ! price hi;! as a u u n r a n t e e t h a t b i d d e r will. if awarded the contract, e n t e r into an agreement w i t h the Consolidated School District of Mescrvey. Iowa, and furnish ,1 pt-rf'Tin- flncc bnnd of KWv- rtf thp contract price ns specified nnd satisfactory to I ho a'-ove n a m e d School District. No h i d d c r tnny w i t h d r a w hi= proposal for a period of f i f teen day* from date set for receiving hids. iSisne'li M. A. SMITH, Secretary. Consolidated Schonl District, Mescrvey. loiva, AUNTHET By Robert Quillen "I hated to snap et Pa, but the folks stayed after our bedtime and 1 kept bein' polite till I couldn't stand the strain no longer." FOR SALE--1936 Terraplanc and 1936 Chev. fordor sedan. See them at Lapincrs. FOR SALE--2 gas stoves. Ph. 2465. FOR SALE--While stove. Ph. 2457.T. .enamel gas GAS HEAT IS BEST Especially during the coming spring days when it is so hard to control temperatures. We have 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. Peoples Gas Elec. Co. FOR SALE--7x9 refrigerator with or without frig'idaire unit. A. E. Petersen, Carpenter. Iowa. FOR SALE--Vi, \'~, -1.1, 1 H. P. S. Ph. 5, 7'i H. P. ?, Ph. motors. Economv Electric. Ph. 504. Hickory Cordwood Come and get it $4 per ton. Jacob E. Decker Sons FOR SALE--Dry oak wood S3 ton. 313 6 S. W Poultry, Eggs 74 FAMOUS collection White Leghorns for April and May delivery. Large hens, large eggs, persistent layers. Write for special prices. Also Pure Christie strain New Hampshire. 1 ?. All stock tested tor pullorum. Ames Hatchery, Ames. Iowa. Baby Chicks Of all varieties, also custom hatching, nnd turkey poults. Everything for the poultry man. Write or lei. VAN GF.RPEN HATCHERY Buffalo Center Iowa Lodges and Societies I O O. F. LOIHiE NO. 324 STATE I'HUNES 21I-1-W-IU4J .reeling every Tuesday 7:2 P. M. J. C ROBINSO.N. N. G. Ph. 825 W A V M A N OLOSSON Rcc. Sec'y. 3167. a. J. PINE. Ftn. Sec'y. STATEMENT OI' 'I11K CONDITION OK FARMERS NATIONAL BANK LOYAI. OftDKB OF MOOSE MOOSE IIAI.L--2ND AND S. FF.nERAL Phono 1278 Meets first and third Tuesdays or each month. Every 4tb Tuesday is f a m i l y night. W. P. CHAMBERL1N. Dictator. Phone 2549. WILLIAM GROTH. Sec'y. Phono 303SW BENF.VOl.KNCE !,OD(JE NO. 146 A. F. AND A. M.--7:30 P. M. ed communication first Thursday of each month. G. I. WOOD. W. X. C. P- SHIPLEY. Scc'y. HAKDIMi LOIKiE NO. 649 A. F. AND A, M. ''-M P. SL meetin- of each First Ftlda M A I U H . A . I). R K S O U R C E S Loans nnrl Discounts. Eon-Is and Securities o v e r d r a f t s · · · · · B a n k i n g House · · Furniture /inrf Fixtures · O t h e r rcnl PS tat e owned , - -- - - - lino from banks and hanker*, rnpli nnri cash H f r n ? . Other a?scts i l n c l u r i i n c expanse in execs? nf pn TOTAL RESOURCES MABIUT1KS raphal Stock--Common iSlO.Or.n.OO. Total Surplus f u n d I n d i v i d u a l depots yuhjoct to chock Savings deposits · * Time ccriificate-! of deoopit · TOTAL LIABIUTIKS STATK, OP IOWA. Cerro OoMe C o v i n i y , FF, We. Val Bliem. P r e s i d e n t ; HrncF' pl"hcnF. Cashier of the hank above n a m r r l . d- solcninly true and correct, to th-j best «»i our k n o \ \ l c d s e 19.727.-!-. 37:!.3S ( ? K A I . i Sunrn m b e f o r e me an-1 -Elmer G. Chrisiiinscn. this 23. ATTKSTED BY r. K l i c m . L. H. Hanacn. Virc'Presidrtit. nnd K l m T r,. Christ in ns^n, su-ear t h a t UK lore.poinK s t a t e m e n t is f u l l . Rnrt b f l i c f . V A L B I . I K M . President. KR"KPT S T K B K N P . V i c r - f r c s i d r n t . E L M E R r,. C H R I S T I A N S E N . Cashier. iire^encr hy Val Bliem. ErncM Stcbcns and . . :R.N*A i. H A N S K N . Rotary Public in and for Cerro Gordo County. L. L. RAYMOND. W. M, C. C. HALPHID. Sec'y, ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF A.MKUK-A MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd and *tb Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdavs. 2 P. M. MARGAKKT JOHN'SON. Oracle. A:AY BUDWOP.TH, KM. Phone 1372W Dt'GKN R K n E R A H LODGE NO. 106 I. 0. 0- K. 1IAI,I^-7:W s every first flnd third r i r l n y nt month. ;. A- m e e t s f i r s t Thurs- fternoon each month. M-KS. I P A CLOPSdN. M. G. SC". MRS, WLN NUTTING, K. S. 596W. AUCTION SALE -CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Starting Promptly at 1:00 p. m. Sfid CATTI-K--10 W h i t e raced Stnrkrr Strcrs; M head of black stock steers; 1 Aliens Hull; 5 Shorthorn full blooded Bulls; Balance of run consisting nf Butcher Cows and Heifers, Springing and M i l k i n g C'ows. Kccf Hulls and Veal Calves, 1 CAR OF I O K N FI-:i CATTLE !")() HOGS--I'ij;s,v Sows, Feeder Sows nnd J'igs. A few Boars. SO SHKKI'--SO head of bred Native F.wes. SALES PAVILION- Friday, March 27 HORSE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 28 Urine v (1 iir Livestock to our Suit--Highest Prices Assured. Clear Lake AuefioBt Co. TMIONES ^,,, fi V», CLEAR LAKE, IOWA

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Globe-Gazette
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free