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MARCH 16 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE テつァ, Chicks or Cleaning Services All Sold h Wamt Ads GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD BATES. Fifteeo cents a line first insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70o per column Inch each Insertion. , A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid tor at the time of Insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertise^ ments must be addressed to the letter, stated in the ad, care ot tha Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances . will tha Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those Inserting "blind" advertisements Personals-MADAME ZOYA PHRENOLOGIST Gives you reliable advice in all affairs of life. She tells you everything. SPECIAL READING SHORT TIME ONLY $1.00. Office hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m., Room 110, Endmar Hotel. DON'T WAIT. COME NOW SEE ZOYA TODAY Lost and Found- FOUND--Black leather purse, containing glasses, etc. Please call the Globe-Gazette. Money to Loan-LOANS テつ」$300- --on-- DIA.MONDS.FURNITURS-AUTOS-SAI.AP.? No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 821 1st NatL Bk. Phone 412 OANS Household Help Wanted, Male-WANTED--Experienced dishwasher. Princess Cafe. Help Wanted, Female WANTED -- Experienced Beauty Operator. One with following preferred. Write T-14, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Experienced bookkeeper. State age, training, experience, salary desired, first letter. Write M-14, Globe-Gazette. "WANTED -- Experienced waitress. Soda Grill. Salesladies-WANTED--Lady who can work 5 or 6 hours a day at saleawork in and around Mason City. Write Z-12, Globe-Gazette. Household Goods-FOR SALK--Rano. gas stove, refrigerator, kitchen tables, phonograph. Phone 1072. 104 North Jefferson. SEE AD IN CITY BRIEFS for all new quality furniture at 135 llth N. E. No phone calls. 'FOR SALE Day bed in A-l condition. 508 '/ 2 E. State between 10 and 12 a. m. or after 8:80 p. m. MTJST SELL at once--Beautiful 2- piece bedroom suite, 9x12 French Wilton rug, Walnut dresser and Simmons bed, porch furniture, S grass rugs, 2 rockers, 1 table. 810 N. Penn. Phono 2198. For Rent, Rooms-- Wanted to Buy- FOR RENT--3 furnished all modern rooms for light hskpg. Heat, lights and water furnished. Phone 2215-J. Inquire 416 S. Georgia Ave. FOR RENT--3 light hskpg. rooms. Phone 3274-W. 915 N. Federal. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. hskpg. rms., prlv ent. 316 N. Delaware. FOR RENT--Room. Phone 1799-J. FOR RENT--2 furn. hskpg, rooms. 422 N. Georgia. Phone 886-W. FOR RENT--Room. Phone 593. FOR RENT Burnished house, o-rms. and bath. Newly decorated. 228 WEST STATE STREET FOR RENT--3 furn. light hskpg. rms., pri. ent. 422 N. Madison. FOR RENT--2 light hskpg. rooms with garage. Everything furn. $7 a week. 103 Fifteenth S. E. ' FOR RENT--Furn. room for girls; meals If desired. Phone 3412-JR. 319 Fifth St N. W. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. 203 1st S.E. FOR RENT--Large front heated hskpg. rooms. Ask Mrs, Harris. FOR RENT--1, 2 and 3 rm. furn. apts. 512 N: Pennsylvania. FOR RENT Two large modern sleeping rooms. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 1901 214 5th N. E. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. AND REPAY IN 1 TO 29 MONTHLY INSTALLBIENTS C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 204-5-6 Weir Bldg. State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 224 Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged GRAHAM'S New and Second H a n d Store 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 303 Former Location ot Mason City Hardware \ FOR RENT--Small furn. apt,, no childrert 103 N. Pennsylvania. Poultry and Eggs-FOR SALE White Minorca Hatching Eggs; テつァ3 a 100. PHONE 12-F-21, CLEAR LAKE テつキ Cars Refinanced and Payments Reduced Home Loan Finance COMPANY 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Ph. 727 FARM LOANS Prompt service. Act now for spring. W. L. PATTON 109 East State Street I HAVE $800 to invest in business with services. Correspondence confidential. Box 183, Mason. City. Situations Wanted-- WANTED--By practical nurse, a place to work for room and board and small wages when off cases. Phone 2G12. EXP. SINGLE MAN Wants work on farm. No smoker or quitter. Write S-13, GLOBE-GAZETTE MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK on farm. Write Z-13, Globe-Gazette. WOMAN WANTS HOUSEKEEPING--References, Phone 3266-J. Middleaged woman wants houaewk. on farm. 916 Fifteenth PI. N. B, EXP. WOMAN will do house cleaning or other work by hour or day. Write BOX 600 or PH. 1708 For Sale, Livestock-- FOR.SALE--13 feeding pigs about 140 Ibs. A. W. Wilbun, Rocltford, la. FOR SALE--3 good work horses. R. T. Carlock, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. R. I. Reds, farm range, healthy and bred to lay. Ph. S9JI. Mra. JT. R. Currier. Services Offered- PAINTING, PAPERING. Ph. 2777. PRACTICAL NURSING Write Rm. 4, 28'/ 2 E. State or call 1849J. MRS. JTJLE RUSSELL Paper'g., palnt'g. Stewart. 2835W WANTED--Family or bundle washings. Will call for and del. 1875-J WANTED--Washing and ironing Call for and deliver. 148 10th S. W WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2448-J UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. PAJNT'G., Paperg. Turner. 1470J. PAPERING. Painting. Klarr. 2127W. PAPERING, PAINTING -- Reasonable prices. A. M. Eddy, Ph. 3246W. U P H O L S T E R I N G BEPAIEING--BEFEVISHING M A C K E T ' S 403 1st S. W. PHONE 783 DISCS SHAEPENED on your farm without taking apart, J. H. WESTCOTX 20 Third St. N. E.. Ph. 2727J For Sale, Miscellaneous-FOB SALE--'24 cpe. body $0. 1 radio, comp. with batteries, del and set up $10. Nora Springs Auto Wrecking Co., Nora Springs. For Rent--Hkg. rma. 421 N. Adams FOR RENT--1st floor front hakpg. rm. Pri. ent. 20 4th N. W. 1460-J FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 3242-W. For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Heated apt Ph. 2S77. FOR RENT--Moi. front apt., furnished. 428 E. State. Ph. 1117-J. FOR RENT--4. rm. mod. apt. E. State. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rma. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Furnished apt., two or three rooms with bath. Oak floors and finish, A-l? 120% N. Federal Phone 2008 evenings. FOR RENT--Furnished or unfur nished apt. Phone 1720. FOR RENT--3 and 4. rm. apts 1509 S. Federal. Phone 2636. FOB RENT Apt., 4 rms. and b-atli, very deslrabl 5211/, Filth S. E. PHONE 615 or 2373 FOR RENT-^5 rm. mod. apt. 3157 FOR RENT--4 and 5 rm. apts. i Marvyl Apts. Phone 2051. FOR RENT -- 5 rooms and bat mod. apt. Newly dec'r'd. Ph. 209 MODERN AFABTMENTS See J. B. YOUNGBLOOD Phone 36 FOR RENT--5 rrri. duplex apt, E. V Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. Board and Room-BOARD AND ROOM--Clean rooms good home, cooking. Phone 1317W Musical Instruments-FOR SALE--B-flaf. cornet. Ph. 232' WANTED TO BUY--.Used reed set. Write S-16, Globe-Gazette. Rent, Houses-- 'OR RENT--6 rm. mod. house with acreage. Phono Johnson, 48 or 182. 'OR RENT--5 room all modern house. 317 Third N. W. Ph. 999. 'OB RENT--April 1, all modern brick house, 5-roorrm and bath, garage, excellent condition, $50 a month. Located at 123 12th N. W. ;an show lioube reasonable hours. il. テつサI. Moon Co. Ph. 8S7. Makes It Possible to Sell Used Cars at Less 1928 FONTIAC LANDAU SEDAN Looks and runs like new 1920 DE SOTO COACH A six cylinder car at the price of a four 1980 DODGE D. A. SIX SEDAN Excellent condition. Save $100 1929 FOBD MODEL A TUDOR Low mileage--A bargain J. H. Marstoii DEPENDABLE USED CARS 722 So. Fed. Phone 162 FOB BENT--April 1 to Sept. 1 in Grundview addition, a furnished all mad. 5-rni. bungalow. Piano and refrigerator included. Phone 3679. FOB SALE Cleanest Chev. '27 coupe in town '29 .Ford Tudor, very good '29 Ford Coupe, only 10,000 Easy terms nnd trade. PHONE 2918W Clear Lake Globe*Gazette** HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 840W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DE WIG GINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phono 67 $175. 335. FOR RENT--6 rm. house, Fourth St, N. E., ?25 mo. Phone 1071-J, FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex; prices to suit. Phone 3825-W. FOR RENT--10 room duplex; reasonable.; southwest part. city. 314 First St. N. W. For Sale--Real Estate-FOR SALE--4 lots. Phone 1892. FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. LOT FOR SALE--N. W. Reasonable. Write T-12, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow In Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. FOR SALE--Practically new 5 rm. house, WJldwood addition. Phone 30 or 1944. FOR SALE Modern 8-room house, dougle brick garage, at Elm and Bell Sts., Clear Lake, Iowa. Phone 494. Auto Accessories-- CLOSING OUT SALE --of-REPOSSESSED CARS A good assortment to select from Low Prices. Terms If Desired. See Us. C. E. BROOKS * CO. 22S 2nd St. S. W. Phone 280 LAPINER'S RELIABLE ' USED CARS "BEST BUYS IN TOWN" Slew Fowl Tudor. Save .$100 29 Ford Fordor Sedan .$395 29 Chevrolet Imperial $495 30 Essex Coach. Save .$200 30 Essex Sedan. Save $200 29 Hudson Sedan. Latest $795 29 Hudson Coupe. Latest ....$795 28 Hudson Coach. Perfect ... .$445 S, A, SIRRINE DIES AT LAKE Plan Private Funeral Rites Wednesday at Sirrine Home. CLEAR LAKE, March 16.--One f Clear Lake's earliest promoters, . A. Sirrine, died at a Mason City capital about 2 o'clock Monday norning following an Illness of bout a year. Private funeral serv- :es will be held Wednesday after- oon at the Sirrine home, North bird street. The only survivor of is death is a niece, Mrs. Susie Alrich, Minneapolis, Minn. Additional acts about Mr. Cirrine will be ound on page 1. Mother of Lake Woman Succumbs at Conrad CLEAR LAKE, March 16.--Mrs. D. Frcdrlcks, mother of Mra. R. Bird and Mrs. F. L. Colgao, led at her home at Conrad Satur- ay after a lingering illness. Fu- eral services were held Monday afternoon. Those from Clear Lake vho attended were Mrs. S. R. Bird, M.r. and Mrs. F. L. Colgan and Mr' nd Mrs. Max Whitney. 28 Chrysler 62 Coupe $445 29 De Soto Coupe. Perfect ...$495 According to a psychologist, peo- le are most intelligent at the age f 14. Before they go to college.-Louisville Times. 29 Bulck Standard Coach ...$095 29 Hudson Coach. Clean $045 27 Willys Sport Cab $475 '28 Essex Coach. Value $105 '26 Chevrolet Coach. Clean ...$145 '26 Chevrolet Coupe. Clean .$145 '26 Essex Coach. Good S 05 '26 Chevrolet Coach $ 85 23 Dodge Sedan. Good . . . . . . $ 8n 24 Ford 4-door. Excellent .. . .$95 29 Essex Coupe. Perfect '28 Essex Coach. Latest EASY PAYMENTS TO ALL ortatiom Ford Touring, late .525 Ford Coupe, runs nice S35 Bulck Coupe, 4-wheel brakes ..テつァ05 Studebaker 4-dr. Sedan, fair ..$75 Dodge Bus. Coupe, cheap at ...S85 Chevy Coach, late model $95 テつキTerms, Now Is the time to buy. You can't afford to walk when you can !ray "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER IN TOWN" USED CARS of MERIT 1931 Whippet 4 Sedan. Demonstra tor. Save. cars that r.m at these^ prices. Stop 1930 Willys 6 Sedan. Low mileage テつキ - - テつキ 1929 Willys-Knight 6 Sedan. Like new. and see us tonight. John Gallagiier Oaklaml-PcmtEnc Motor Cnrw Irmrt ServJco 2fl-27 2nd St. K. K. I'hnnC 1507 Open Kvpnlngs and .Snmlnyn WRECKING SERVICE CAIX llfti OR 1HSI7 KVKNtNOS Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service-MASON CITY BATTERY AND ELECTRIC CO. SEW DATTERIES SS.3S Anrt Ynnr Old Baiter? S04 SECOND S. \\. PHONE 38!) Tailor-- FOB SALE テつキt head of young 1 horses. 2 mi. So. Cartersville, '/ 4 mi. W. JUtt BAMIUGK FOB SALE 3 good young -horses, 4 yrs. old. M. C. LAURITZEN Sheffield Iowa FOR SALE A few good Hereford bulls. J. E. VAN NOTE Phone 31F3 For Sale or Rent- FOK RENT OR SALE--60 acres, S'/j miles from Clear Lake. This is good land and well improved. FREEMAN KENYON,' Clear Lake. In. FOB SALE OR RENT Sly 2 acres on the corner of Washington and Center street. Good modern 7-room house. Barn, chicken house, hog house and garage. Fruit of all kinds. Possession March 1. PHONE 178 V. G. Stanflcld Clear Lake For Rent, "Farms-FARM FOR RENT--Charles E. Naylor, 604 S. Fourth, Clear Lake. STORE FIXTURES Counters, Scales, Oases, Safe; full equipment fdr Grocery or General Store. Arts and Boiler, Greene, la. FOR SALE--8x10x12 building blks., also used lumber. 1523 N. Penn. FOB SALE--Coleman lamp and lantern, Kellogg telephone, John Deere U/j h.p. engine, all In A-l condition. J. B. Currier. Ph. 69J1. Wanted To Rent-WANTED TO RENT--By April 1, mod. 5 or 6 room bung. Ph. 2551. WANTED TO BENT 5 or 6 room all modern bungalow in good location by responsible party before April 1. Write R-14, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED TO RENT, TRADE BUY OR Clear Lake cottage, north shore preferred. H. M. Knudson, Phone 2875. Real Estate-List your Property with Briar. Buy your home from Briar. Rent from Briar. Phone 3414. Trade or Exchange-- WILL TRADE 7-rm. mod, home for stock of merchandise. SAM GARFIN, MASON CITY, IA. J. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits SS5 to テつァ75 Opposite Haniord Hotel Ph. 1158 Funeral Directors-PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. Washington Phono 1140 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios Phone 355 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bldg. House Moving-- A. H. SKELLINGER Building Mover now located at Cerro Gordo Hotel. Phone For Information Brake Service-F -t pi R E E Brake inspection RUSSELL. BRAKE SERVICE Phono 373 20 2nd s. W Character Reading-Scientific Character Reading Any question iinawered."II not Hut lafied, no charge. Homo Talent. PHONE 2fiU Repair Work- flARRY A. WALTEU SPEEDWAY GARAGE 603 S. Pres. Ave. ' General [frnalr Work and Storage--specializing on Oakland nnd rnntlnc. Open evenings and Sunday morning. Duy nnd Night Wrecking Servlro. I'rlrtx on repairing nnd ecking nervine reduced during March. All tvnrk Rllnmnt^rd. PHONE 1196 1929 Whippet 6 Coach. Very clean 1929 Whippet 4 Coach. New tires 1928 Chevrolet Coach. Very clean 1928 Chevrolet Coupe. Like new 1926 Chevrolet Coupe. Good. 1927 Whippet 4 Coupe. A-l. 192G Ford Tudor. 1925 Ford Tudor. 1923 Dodge Sedan. See the new Willys G and 8 anc Willys-Knight now on display. Frier reduced $170 to $700. HATHORN AUTO CO PHONE 447--448 Chiropodist-- JOHN D. RfiELER CHIROPODIST Office now open with nil the latest methods of procedure. 310 1st Nat). Bank Bldg. Office phono 331; residence phone 844. Contractor-JOHN RASMUSSEN New Building and Repair Modern farm buildings a specialty. All Cement Work. 410 21st St. S. E. Phone ZGSO-J Brick Contractors--テつキ Before you do any kind of BRICK WORK call for Information and estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phone 10(57 210S South Federal HENRY HEIDERICH Phone S!)78W 730 15th Place N. E. BEAUTY ANNZIRBEIS Beauty Shop -- Formerly under First National Bank, now located at 1613 South Fedcrnl and welcomes old nnd new patrons. PHONE HOME BAKERY- MRS. MAYNARD Fancy nncnrntcrt Cairns nml Cookins for St. Patrick's Day, Easter and also for Rrlrfec Parties. Order early. 929 N. Federal Phone 3997 Legal Notices THKASIJItY DEPARTMENT, OlflTM the Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C. March 7, 1031. Scaled bids, in Uuplicnte subject to the conditions contained herein will he publicly opened In this office ' 3 p.-'fli,, April 6, 1031, for furnishing '.IwTr nnd materials and performing nil wor lor the construction (except elevators) the U. S. post o f f i c e , courthouse, etc., Motion City, Iowa. Drawings nnd speclflca tlons, not exceeding three sets, may be ou talned at Uiis o f f i c e In the discretion of til supervising architect by any satisfactory general contractor, and provided a depofl of -$25.00 lo mado for .each set to assur Ito prompt return. Checks offered as de posits must be made payable to tho ordc of. the Treasurer of the United. States, cas deposits will not be accepted. Jas. A Wotmore, Acting Supervialne Architect. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the Stat of Iowa, in nhd for Cerro Gord County, April Term, 1931. ANN CORNWALL GOLDEN, Plaintiff, vs. UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS to an; right, title and interest in and t Lot One (1) in the Subdivision o the East Half of the Southwcs quarter of Section Eleven (11) i Township Ninety-six (98) North 'Range Twenty (20) weat of th Fifth P. M., Cerro Gordo County Iowa, Defendants. To the Unknown Claimants to an right, title and Interest in and t Lot One (1) in the Subdivision o the East Half of the Southwes Quarter of Section Eleven (11) i Township- Ninety-six (96) North Range Twenty (20) Went of th Fifth P. M., Cerro Gordo County Iowa, Defendants: You nnd each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County, the petition of tho plaintiff aforesaid claiming that she is the owner in fee simple of Lot 1 in the subdivision of tte East Half of the South- CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Tuesday--Knights of Pythias meet at the K. P. hall. P. T. A. meets In high school auditorium at 7:45 o'clock. P. E. O. meets at the home of Miss Katharine Davis, North Fourth street. Cerro Gordo rural W. C. T. U. meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Wolford. Opening bridge party for members of the Clear Lake Country club. Wednesday- -Eastern Star supper and inspection of chapter by district instructor. Lions club entertain Osage club at 6:30 at the Soda Grill. I. O. O. F. dancing club have dance at I. O. O. F. hall. Thursday--Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. Twentieth Century club luncheon at the Clear Lake Country club. Royal club meets at the home of Mrs. F. G. Cookman assisted by Mrs. Clarence Zook and Mrs. Georgo Peterson. Friday--Style show and dance at the Community building. 'eat Quarter of Section 11 in 'ownship 96 North, Range 20 West f the Fifth P. M.; that the de- endants and all unknown claimants laim some right, title and interest n and to the laud above described y, thru and under me last will and estament of Jessie E. Totten, de- eased, which is adverse to plaint- ff's title, but plaintiff alleges that whatever right, title and Interest he said defendants, known or un- nbwn, have or claim to have in ,nd to the land above described hat same ia junior and inferior to laintiff's title; and plaintiff prays hat the title to the lands above described bo confirmed In her in tec simple; that each and all of the defendants and unknown claimants and all persons claiming, by thru or under them or either of them be forever barred and estopped from iiavingr any right, title or interest in and to any of said described real estate; that plaintiffs title be quieted in her as against the adverse claims of each and all of the de- 'endants, known and unknown, and either of them, and for such other and further relief aa the Court may deem equitable in the premises and for costs. For further particulars see peti- .ion now on file. Now unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said Court テつキ to be held at Maaoa City, ^ r r b Gordo County, Iowa, commencing on the 13th day of April, 1931, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon n accordance with the prayer of said petition. W. A. WESTFALL, Attorney for Plaintiff. Parents and Teachers to Hear City School Head Tuesday Evening CLEAR LAKE, March 16.--Tlio monthly meeting o f . the Parent Teachers association will be held Tuesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the high school auditorium. R. B. Irons, Mason City superintendent of schools, will be the speaker of the evening. "Our Responsibilities to Our Children" is the topic. The girls' glee club will sing several selections and Supt. C. A. Pease will sing a solo. Local Girl Elected Head of College Class CLEAR LAKE, March 16.--Miss Geraldine Stenby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Stenby, has been elected president of the June graduating class at McPhail's School of Music, Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Stenby spent the week-end at the home of her parents. DRULEY RITES ARE OBSERVED Many Out-of-Town Relatives Attend Services for L. L. Druley. CLEAR LAKE, March IB.--Funeral services for Mrs. I,. L. Druley were held Sunday afternoon at the Congregational church. The Rev. W. B. Milne officiated. Preceding tha services, a prayer was presented at the Druley home, North street. Pallbearers were W. C. Carroll, Forde Bruce, Dr. Bryson, William Palmeter, John and Lewis Wepler. Burial was made In the Clear Lake cemetery. She is survived by her husband, and children, Leslie, '16; Jane 14; John, 13; and Alice, 9. Out-of-town persons at the funeral were Helen Druley, Minneapolis, Minn.; L. L. Druley, Sr Prescott, Wiss.; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Porter, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Bristol Tormey, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hullsiek, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Arnold, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. George Friedman, Rochester, Minn.- Mr., and Mrs. John G. Smith, Estherville; Mra. Emma Wepler, and sons, Lewis and John, Mason City. Clear Lake Briefs Birthday Surprise Staged on Liesenberg CLEAR LAKE, March 16.--A group of friends staged a surprise on Lloyd Liesenberg Saturday night at his home on South Second street in honor of his birthday. Bridgo was played during the evening, high score prize went to Mr. and Mrs. C C. Palmeter. The consolation prize was won by Mr. and Mra. Gregory Linden. At midnight a luncheon was served, with the t.jiora of green and yellow predominant. The women, knowing his fondness for fishing, presented him with an antique fish bowl containing gold fish. A r.ara plant, the wieneral creeper, was also presented to him. Those participating in the affair were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Palmeter, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones, Mr. ami Mrs. Leland Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Linden, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Amea and Mr. and Mra. W. A. Drew. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, sa. To Gus Grossman, and to whom t may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution in attachment to me directed ,and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon n judgment rendered In said Court in favor of B. M. Waughtal, and against Gus Grossman, for the sum of Ten Hundred Twenty and no-100 Dollars debt and Fifteen and 43-100 Dollars costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property, to wit: 1 Toledo Scales No. 169,226. 1 Toledo Scales, painted white, 24 Ib. 1 Toledo Scales painted white, 24 Ib. 1 National Cash Register, No. 615,348-P-942 (2) RSE. 1 Meat Block 1 V. S. Slicing Machine, No. 11,511. 1 White Top Table. 13 Meat Pans. 2 Pks. Scaling Machine. 1 Gas Range. 1 Large Safe. 2 Electric Motors. 2 Work Tables. 1 Meat Grinder. 1 Lard Press. 1 Box of Assorted Canned Goods. 1 Large Refrigerator, Herrick. 3 Rows of Shelving, 1 Bread Rack. 2 Lar.cre Freezer Display Cases. 1 Clock. 1 York Allen Ice Machine. 1 Large Meat Block, and that on the 28th day of March. 1.931, at 2 o'clock p. m., at 213 N. Federal avenue, Mason City, Carrn Gordo County, Iowa, T will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of テつキmid execution, together with all leeal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in Maaon City, Iowa, this 4th day of To Have Dance. CLEAR LAKE, March 16.--The I. O. O. F. Dancing club has scheduled a dance for Wednesday night at the I. O. O. F. hall. All Rebekahs and husbands and Odd Fellows and wives are Invited to attend. Program to Be in Honor of Pastor at Bancroft BANCROFT, March 1G.--A program will be given in honor of Uie Rev. J. D. Flsch, pastor of St. John's church by the grade pupils of the school Thursday. The main feature will be "Tad's Inspiration" by the pupils of the eighth grade. Orchard Plans Banquet for Mothers, Daughters ORCHARD, March 16.--The annual mother and daughter banquet will be held this year by the L. A. S at the church basement Friday evening. Slg Harlis, George Hill and Roy Richards have charge of tha menu. Mrs. Roy Richards and Mrs. George Hill are in charge of the program. Mrs. T. P. Solem will bo the main speaker. Because of the limited space only 100 tickets will be sold. One lot of silk dresses to close out at ?1.95. Peter Pan Shop. T. L. Sours left Monday morning for Minburn from where he will move his construction outfit to Ames. Ho has received a contract for. grading work .near Ames and Story City. Mrs. Sears and daughter, Betty, will leave June first. LOST--Brown purso containing bills on 5th St. Reward. Ph. 239 or leave at Globe-Gazette. Louis Davis left Sunday for Sioux City where he will spend several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Runcie and daughter, Kleanor, spent Saturday and Sunday at Northficld, Minn., where they visited a daughter, Dorothy, who is attending Carleton college. Mrs. .John Cox nntl son, Robert, have returned from Chicago where they have spent several months at the home of Mra. Cox's daughter. Mr. nhd Mrs. K. V. McMillan, Hutchins, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMillan, and son, Brltt, were visitors Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Coe, South. Second street. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Howard, South Third street, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Howard's mother at Elma. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stenby und family of Minneapolis, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Stenby, Division street. George Brown, Sheldon, arrived Sunday to make a visit with the W. A. Drew family, South Second street. Mr.-Brown is a brother of Mrs. Drew. The Rev. mid Mrs. S. M. Stenby left Monday for Minneapolis, Minn., where they will visit at the home of their son, Milton Stenby nnd family. The Rev. Mr. SLenby will also attend the three days' winter conference of the Evangelical Lutheran church this week in Minneapolis. William Rnrkh:irdt made a business trip to Dubuque. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hanson and son, Minneapolis, Minn., are house- guestn .at the John Elinson home. Mr. jind Mrs. Fred Culver, Meadow, S. Dak., arrived Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Anderson, Division street. Will und Adulph Howlutz made a business trip to Chicago Saturday. IVIra. Curler IJuwson left Sunday for Maywood, 111. Mr. anil Mrs. J. J. fluyer, Buffalo Center and Mr. Wheeler, Forest City, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pease, North Second street. Arthur Choate, Jiickson Junction, visited relatives at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs. Tv'ola Horn returned this morning from a. 10 day vacation which he spent with her mother and daughter at Danbury and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bush, Fort Dodge, who are engaged in the O'Neal Helvey Stock company. March, 1931. G. E. CRESS, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, la. By R. C. Schiffman, Deputy Sheriff. R. S. STANBERY, Attorney. Kiester Man Operates Exchange at Hendricks KIESTER, Minn., March 16.--The Oscar Johnson family moved to Hendricks, Minn., where Mr. Johnson purchased the telephone exchange. Mr. Johnson sold his telephone line here lagt July. Emmetsburg Makes Plans to Bring Vets' Hospital EMMETSBURG, March 16.--An effort is being made by the local Legion post and various civic societies to interest the Veteran's Bureau in Emmetsburg as a site for the purposed veteran's hospital, which congress authorized for Iowa. Committees have been appointed to work out a definite plan to present to authorities. Two Cribs of Corn Burned. GLENVILLE, Minn., March 1G.~ When Jim Cipera was burning some grass the fire got beyond his control and burned two cribs of corn which held about 600 bushels. Brother Dies in Indianapolis. PLYMOUTH, March 1G.--C. J. Janscn received word Saturday of the death of a brother at Indianapolis. He left Saturday evening to be present at the funeral. College Choir to Sing. FAYETTE, March 16.--The Morningside A Cappella choir, an organization of GO college students will appear in the Upper Iowa gymnasium Thursday evening, March 19. PARK THEATER Clear Lake, Iowa CONSTANCE BENNETT and ROBKRT MONTGOMERY "The Easiest Way" Monday Only

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