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WOLF CLOTHING STORE TO OPEN Latest ^in Haberdashery, Men's Furnishings to Be Featured. Micr Wolf and Sons' latest innovation, a clothing store featuring the latest lines in all types of men's furnishings and haberdashery, is in readiness for its opening F r i d a y , the organization announced Thursday. Long outstanding in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota as progressive merchants whose operating policies were upon principles of expansion and progress, Mier Wolf and Sons decided to enter upon this new undertaking only after n careful study of the new field of merchandising. No Expense Spared. Jo? Sclarow of St. Paul, Minn, has oeen placed in charge of the new department. He brings with him wealth of experience in the merchandising of men's goods. His assistants and clerks have been drawn from Mason City and its environs. No expense has been spared in an effort to make the new store located immediately south of Mier Wolf and Sons' furniture store, 309-313 South Federal avenue, the ultimate in modern haberdasheries. Harmonious Color Scheme. Black Carrara glass trimmed in silver gives the new store one of the most attractive fronts in Mason City, and this color scheme is ·MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAKCH 11 · 1937 carried on through the interior finishings of dove gray and black. The floor is of Accotile and the ceiling of insulate tiling, matching the ether decorations. Mason Cityans and all North lowans are invited by Mier Wolf and Sons to visit and inspect their latest innovation. DOES NOT WANT TO LEAVE IOWA Carter Lake Opposes Bill to Transfer Village to Nebraska. OMAHA, (ff)_Mayor Willson Mabrey of Carter Lake, Iowa, said Thursday the majority of residents ot the village oppose passage ot an Iowa legislature bill seeking to transfer the village and adjacent territory from Iowa to Nebraska. Carter Lake, originally on the IOWH side of the Missouri river, was separated from the parent state by a shift a generation ago of the river channel. The territory is northeast of the Omaha business section. Mabrey said many of the Carter Lake residents are war veterans who bfnefit by the Iowa ex-service men's exemption act and taxes for them in Nebraska, which has no veteran's exemption, would be three times the amount they now pay. The bill to transfer Carter Lake to Nebraska was introduced by lown State Senator Tom Murray of Sinux City. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS FEBRUARY 1S37 7, all mem- *" "^mnaUon ' of 15th Street . 'TMv\ 0sborne ' °P erator of tn e bus line, presented a. route sched- 1 St* a ? pr °\ ed by the Counci1 ' ss *' m S (hat *"rther consM- , 8'ven to a bus route in the Northwest part of the City. to the'cTty AttorrTey" ^'^ '" fa " ° n !Cy ^^ Wer tor chlnec of rinU^r 116 d ^, s c t - f o r P ublic hea ""g °» application tor change of classification of the Zoning Ordinance. was emnL^'rf7 C ' Secr ? ta ^ ° £ «'e Iowa League of Municipalities, rit?« fna tTM P ° rt , a " Batters before the legislature in which cities and towns are interested. mee " ns nf the Cii * C °" nci1 ' February 18, four members An application for change of classification ot the Zoning Ordin- ThrcHv^f - ° the P1 ?TM Commission for recommendation. The City Solicitor reported the Sheriff's return on the condem- ' Am P °th e nH dm f gtS "TM Cd ^ the Counc:i on 15th Street SouTSt. Citv a »or ?1 tax "?«. transient merchant stocks brought into Mason Lily alter January first each year was discussed. New CnTlTaU 26 ' ^ W3S ** date Set for Iormal opening o£ the RENA B. MACK,. City Clerk-Auditor FINANCIAL STATEMENT--CITY OF . ' ., CASH Cash oh Hand in Bond'Funds Feb 1, 1937 ' Cash oh Hand in Other Funds Feb. 1, 1937 RECEIPTS FOR FEBRUARY: Police Department, Fines and Fees .. $ Police Department, Licenses Building Permits ;',',[[ Inspections .....; Beer Permit !.'.;...'!'....'.. ° · Laboratory Fees . Weighing Fees ."· Plumbers, Renewal Cards .'l..'.'.'.'.'" Refund on Insurance ; State Aid Primary Roads ............. Storm Sewers, Construction . '. Rent lor Leased Ground .... Sale of Plat Book Deposits, Police, Firemen'.'.'..'.. Interest on Securities Library, Fines and Fees " Sale o£ Water '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. · Sale of Meters, Services, etc. ."!]!!];! Material, Labor . . . .' · Rent Office Building .......' Poll Taxes . Taxes MASON , 1937 666.35 182.00 45.00 - 48.10 100.00 20.00 2T.OO 15.00 2.2B 3,181.50 2,104.30 25.00 25.00 87.59 75.00 120.94 9,966.86 616.30 1,124.21 474.85 10.00 4,242.53 CITY $ 37,923.13 ?158,903.18 $ 23,154.71 Total Receipts EXPENDITURES FOR FEBRUARY GENERAL GOVERNMENT: Salaries and Wages S 1,56876 .Telephone and Telegrams 34 68 Office Supplies I... 15832 '.',.' 832.23 ··. 79.53 City Hall" Miscellaneous PROTECTION LIFE AND PROPERTY: Police Department .' $ 3,651 55 . Fire Department ..' 4411~76 Miscellaneous _'_'_' 47000 HEALTH AND SANITATION: General Expense s 63550 Sewage Disposal, Sewers 576 50 Garbage Disposal, Collections ".'.- 5m'.2 STREETS: Street Lighting . Grading, Graveling Motor.Equipment, Repairs, Supplies Removing Snow and Ice · New Equipment .. ; Miscellaneous $220,041.08 $ 2,673.52 $ 8.533.3J $· 1,719.91 ·1,611.86 D08.GO 803.78 2,043.19 2,000.00 . 59.34 WATERWORKS: Salaries and Wages · Fuel Material, Supplies . Office Supplies Light and Power . . Insurance . . . . . . . . $ 2,713.60 1,081.37 1,765.91 . 17.60 362.63 . ---- 187.24 7,426.77 5,728.35 INDEPENDENT FUNDS: . , . . . . . . . . . . Municipal Band Comfort Station $ 146.93 6342 16123 ................ ";. 1,944:37' Storm Sewer ........................ 11,184.38 Interest on Bonds .................... 3 030 00 Bonds Matured ...................... 1^00o!oo $ 17,530.23 MISCELLANEOUS; Attorneys' Fees .................... $ 193.45 _ Court Costs, Condemnation Proceedings 639 20 Remodeling City Halt ................ 3,926.28 Publishing ..... .. ......... ........... 41.37 Iowa State Employment, Rent ...... 20 00 Construction Storm Sewer, 25th St. N. W ............................ 1,319.40 Refund Water Main ............... '.'. '422 99 Refunds ............................. 3 .57 Miscellaneous ....................... 1^5 Cash on Hand in Bond Fund March 1, 1H37 Cash on Hand in Other Funds Mnrch 1, 1037 $ 6,567.21 $ 36,1.19.76 S132.722.02 $220,041.08 RENA B. MACK, City Clerk-Affditor SEVENTEEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J . Residence Phone 67 NAME BENEFIT PARTY WINNERS Danish Club Entertains 18 Tables; Patronage Pleases. CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Ralph Conklin won first prize in bridge at the benefit card party given by members of the Danish club at the Legion clubrooms Wednesday evening. Morris Kimball won second high in bridge. Victor Petersen was awarded the high score prize in 500 with Mrs. Viggo Jacobson receiving second high and Fred Christensen consolation.- Among the pinochle players Mrs. Fred Thies Won high score and Jesse Pate second high. Eighteen tables were played. At the close of the evening refreshments were served with St. Patrick's colors carried out in the menu and decorations. Mrs. Chris Estergard, chairman of the committee on arrangements, was assisted by Mrs. Jacob Jacobson and Mrs. Carl Christensen. Mrs. Jens Wind, president of the club, states that the women were much pleased with the patronage accorded their party. * * * GUESTS PRESENT AT TABITIIA CIRCLE Mrs. William Skinner, Mrs. S. Petersen, Mrs. Ole A. Swanson Mrs. Fred Luker and Mrs. C. O. Lomen were among guests present at a meeting o£ Tabilha circle o£ the Zion Lutheran aid at the home of Mrs. Martin Hoirup Wednesday afternoon. A business session and short study hour were held. Mrs. Hoirup served refreshments to the 22 women present. Mrs. M. O. Ol- se'n, East Main street, will entertain the circle in April. * a SUPPER SERVED AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Group No. 6 of the Congregational aid served supper' at the church Wednesday evening to more than 80. persons. Tables were decorated in St. Patrick's colors with green and white candles in crystal holders, shamrocks and green crepe paper runners. The color scheme was also carried out in the menu. Candy was sold and a business meeting ot the genera] aid held during the afternoon. SUNSHINE CLUB MEETS AT BONNER HOME Sunshine club members held a 1 o'clock picnic luncheon at the home of Mrs. Anna L. Banner Wednesday afternoon and spent the rest of the time socially and with sowing. A short business session was held. The club presented Mrs. A. B. Knutson with a gift in token of her birthday. Mrs. L. C Reynolds, Chadron, Nebr., daughter of Mrs. Bonner, was a guest. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Peter Knutson with Mrs. A. B. Knutson and Mrs. Jack Bailey assisting hostesses. * * * DOUBLE O CLUB MEETS FOR CARDS Double O club met at the home of Miss Deloris Anderson Wednesday evening. Cards were the diversion and at the close a fine three course lunch was served by the hostess. Miss Elvira Olson will entertain the club at the home of Mrs. Earl Huntley on April 14.: * * * MUSIC MOTHERS HOLD SILVER TEA Music Mothers held a silver tea at the home of Mrs. Frank Barlow Wednesday afternoon with 30 in attendance. Group No. 2 arranged a program of piano selections and readings by school students and served the refreshments. A business session was held with Mrs Kenneth Cobb presiding. Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Junior Federation club, Mis? Anita Chizek, North Sixth street. American Legion dinner, Legion clubronms, 7 p. m. R. N. A. lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Home Hygiene class, schoolhouse, 7:30 p. m. Friday--Legion Auxiliary Benefit card party, Legion clubrooms. Laf-a-Lot club, Mrs. Carl Tegtmeyer, 400 South street. Linger Longer club, Mrs. J. J. Julsen, 3061.4 West Main street. Deborah circle, Zion Liuheran aid. Mrs. T. A. Hein, 306 North street. Star club,'Mrs. Howard Hansen 607 Winnie street. Christian Workers, Mrs. J. A. Johnson, 516 East Main street. Help Kidneys Clean Out Poisonous Acids Your Kidneys cont.iln 9 million tiny lubes or filters which may he endangered by neglect or drastic. Irritating drugs. Be cnrctiil. If functional Kidney or Bladder disorders make you suffer from Gct- 1 f T\K Up Nights, Nervous n ess, «oss of Pep, LCR Pains, Rheumatic F.i*,is, DIz- itiiess. Circles Under Eyes, Neuralgia, Acidity, Burning. Smarting or Itching, rfon't tnko chances. Get the doctor's fiiiar- intceti prescription Cystcjf. the most modern advanced treatment for these (rouble?. SlO.OO^.no deposited with Bank of .*'-Tic;, '.os An-relc^. C.itiCornla --··-"»:C-*T f ' r t Cysl*:: mirt brlns new vitality in -J8 hours and ;nakc you feel yenrs yniinpjcr Jn one -week or money back on return of empty package. Telephone your druggist for guaranteed Cysiexr (Siss-Texl todny. Clear Lake Briefs New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready! Open a budget charge account . . . no extra charge . . . Abel Son, Inc. . . . Mason City. The Uev. Paul Freligh, pastor of the Alliance Gospel Tabernacle of Mason City, will preach in the Gospel Tabernacle in Clear Lake Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. New wallpaper lOc double roll and up at Bass Pharmacy. Mrs. C. A. Comstock, Mrs. Forde Lee, Mrs. Arvig Nelson and Mrs. Jens Wind are the committee in charge of the Legion auxiliary benefit card party at the Legion clubrooms Friday evening. Many new and different wallpaper patterns to be seen at Bass Pharmacy. Carl F. Bruper arrived from Marshalltown Wednesday to take the place of J. T. Love in the National Tea company market. Mr. Love has returned to Marshalltown where he owns another market. Sec our window for'some of our brand new wallpaper patterns-- lOc a double roll and up. Bass Pharmacy. Townscnd club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox, 200 West State street, on Tuesday evening, March 18. A fresh f r u i t shower will be a feature of the evening. Call Meal the Cleaner for quality cleaning. Phone 312. Deborah circle of the Zion Lutheran aid will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. A. Hein, 3QG North street, with Mrs. Frank Giles insisting. Mrs. 'Peter Anderson will lead devotions and Mrs. Lee Erickson the lesson. Time for top coats--spring-'coals --send them to Neal the Cleaner. Phone 312. Mrs. Georprc Kabrick and Mrs. Lester Morelz spent Wednesday in Garner where they visited, their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Durant. Their father, Frank P. Olson, Forest City, was also there for a visit. Fri. Bush's carniel cake 25c. W. C. T. U. will meet at Hie City hall on March 17 at 2:15 p. m. with Mrs. Orren Porter in charge of the program. Mod. apt. for rent, heated. S27.50 furn. or 525 unfurn. E. E. Butz. C. R. Wondford, who is in Park hospital in Mason City with a broken hip, is reported as getting along nicely. He has now passed the third week since his accident. Wanted: RIaid for gen. hsewk. Apply mornings. Mrs. Peter Anderson. 405 N. Fifth St. Miss Kathleen McCormick, who suffered injuries in an automobile accident earlier in the winter, is now able to walk about some. She suffered an acute attack of colitis about three weeks ago which added to her misfortunes. Wa-Tan-Yc clu! will meet at the Palm Garden Monday evening for a 6:30 dinner followed by a social evening and guest night. WILL ILLUSTRATE LIFE OF CHRIST Special Service Planned on March 19 by the Rev D. L Kratz. CLEAR LAKE--"The Story of Christ as Told by the Great Artists" will be the theme of a special illustrated service to be held in the Clear Lake high school auditorium, Friday, March 19, under the sponsorship of the Clear Lake Church of Christ. D. L. Kralz, pastor of the Clear Lake and Mason City Churches of Christ, will present the lecture using stereopticon slides prepared from paintings by the old masters. The complete life ot Christ illustrated by the most famous pic-, lures of the nativity will be reviewed. Pictures of his later ministry and some of the best ones representing the passion and resurrection of Christ will be shown. Among the painters whose works are copied are DaVinci, Rubens, Titian, Hoffman, Munckacsy, Raphael and many others. Before the lecture a program of singing, special music and other, features has been arranged. Miss Zylphy Long of Clear Lake will give a whistling solo and the Rev. Homer E. Blough will assist in the service. No admission will be charged but an offering will be taken to pay costs of the auditorium and promotion of the meeting. The Rev. Mr. Kratz is also president ot the Cerro Gordo County Council of Christian Education and in charge of the Sunday school broadcasts at 8 a. m. each Sunday over KGLO. Entertain Guests on Past Masters Night CLEAR LAKE--Masons held Past Masters' night in connection with the lodge session at Masonic templp Wednesday evening with 25 Past Masters in attendance. Among the guests present were F. W. Triplett, a former resident of Clear Lake, and several other Masons from Iowa Falls as well as representatives from many other lodges in surrounding towns. During the evening the third degree was conferred upon John Perkins and a business session I hold. Preceding 111^ lodge meeting a C:30 dinner WHS served to GO members. Clark Branson, Walter Jensen and John Smith were in charge of dinner arrangements... . . . · · Vr · MUSIC PARENTS ARRANGE TRIPS Will Transport Students to Britt for Three Day Contests. CLEAR LAKE--Parents o£ music students are co-operating with the rMisic department and high school faculty in arranging trans- portal ion for the students who are to ippear in the music contests in Britt Thursday evening and on FricUiy and Saturday. As more than 100 children are to appear on the program during the three days con'.ost, considerable planning is necessary to be certain that each one is provided with a means to get there at the correct time. The events in which Clear Lake students will participate have been listed, together with the time and place, as follows: Thursday evening at the Britt high school auditorium event 5, girls small vocal group, class B and C, will take place at 7:45 o'clock and event 4, the mixed small vocal group, class B and C, will occur at 10 p. m. Brass Group Plays. On Friday morning at the nudi- torijm event 21, chambered group brass, class B and C will be called at 10-35 o'clock. Friday at 1 p. m., event 22, flute solo; at 1:30 p. m. event 23, clarinet solo; at 2:20 p. m., event 24, oboe solo; at 3:35 p. m., event 27, trumpet-cornel solo; and at 4:15 p. m. event 29, trombone solo, will be heard. On Saturday, morning at the auditorium, event 31, tuba solo, will be held at 9 a. m.; event 30, bari.'.one euphonium solo, at 10-15 a. m.: and at 11 a. in. event 20, chamber group woodwind, 'class B and C. Friday morning at the high school assembly event 8, contralto solo, will be held at 9 o'clock and at 10:40, event 7, soprano solo. Glee Club Sings. At the Memorial building on Friday at 1 p. m. event 10, baritone bass solo, will be held. At 2:10 p. m. event 6, boys small vocal group, class B iind C, and at 9:30 p. m. event 3, boys' glee club, class B, will take place. Saturday evening at the high school auditorium, event 11, orchestra, class B, will be held at 7 o'clock. At 8 p. m., event 18,. con- .cert band, class B, will be heard. On Saturday at 1:30 p. m. event 2, girls' glee club, class B will be given and at 3 p. m. event 1, the mixed chorus, class B. Many of the contest pieces were given at the music hour held at the high school Wednesday evening under the direction ot John Kopecky and Miss Clara Metcalf. A gnorl attendance was noted. Mullarky Wins Over . Fistler in 16-12 Score CLEAR LAKE--Mullarky won over Fisller in a 16 to 12 score in (lie last of the regular intramural games played at the high school Wednesday evening. A game to play oft the tic between the Cornstock and Palmeter teams which have each won five and lost two will be played soon. On Tuesday evening the seniors won over the sophs in the inlor-class bout 40 to 23 while the juniors trounced the freshics 27 to 10. Lions Hear Travelog; Celebrate a Birthday CLEAR LAKE--Dr. F. L. Knutson told members of the Lions club many things about his recent trip to California at the meeting at Legion clubrooms Wednesday noon. The club also celebrated the b i r t h day of C, E. Wells. There was a birthday cake and Mr. Wells treated his brother Lions to cigars. E. A. Musgjerd was a guest. Miss Fae Francis Gives Travelog for Semper Fidelis CLEAR LAKE--Semper Fidclis, local chapter of the n a t i o n a l honor society, met for a 6:30 dinner at the home economics rooms of the sehoolhouse Wednesday evening. Dinner was served by a group of homo economics students aCt«r which Miss Fae Francis, teacher in t h n local schools, told of ner visit to Holland during the past summer vacation, g i v i n g her im- prcssinns oC that interesting country. Miss Aileen Witmer and Miss Waunela Fankell will be in charge of the dinner for the meeting April 7. John Deere Plants Announce Pay Boost WATERLOO, (ff)--The John Deere Tractor company Thursday announced a wage increase of 5 cents an hour to al hourly and piece rale workers, effective next Monday. More than 4,000 men xvill be affected by the increase. The announcement said a similar raise is being made in al Deere Co. plants. As now laid nut, Britain's re- n r m n m c n t program would covoi- the next five years. A sporting adversary will not swing u n t i l John Bull has the brass knuckles adjusted;--Detroit News. r. T. E. Davidson Talks to Women on 'Fight Cancer Week' CLEAR LAKE--Dr. T. E. Davidson, Mason Cit3 r , met with the presidents of the various federated clubs of Clear Lnke Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Knuison and explained the plans for organization. in the fight aga:nsl cancer. The week of March 21 has been sej aside as "Fignt Cancer Week" and the wo- mnn'- 1 movement is called the "Wnmtn's Field Army ot the American Society for the Control of Canucr." An organization meetiii!} will be held in Mason City March IB anr! a speaker will be at Clear Lake March 22. Mrs. J. W. Patlie was chosen to represent Clear Lake ar, co-chairman in the county organization. CHECKING UP ON BEER TAVERNS -louse Committee Chairman Reveals Probe Going on in Des Moines. DBS MOINES, tfP)--Hep. Henry . Davis (H) of Winterset, chairman of the house liquor control subcommittee drafting a proposed new beer law, disclosed Thursday that "we're quietly checking up icrsonally on conditions in Des Woines beer taverns." Some members of the subcommittee, he said, have been visiting averns and other visits will be undo. "We certainly," he declared, 'don't let them know in advance .vixen we're coming. We don't ·viint to sec them with tlicir Sun- [iay clothes on, but to observe conditions as they actually are." Davis said these private inves- gations have "disclosed some deplorable places though there are Vivian Back Weds Ventura Man in Simple Home Ceremony. CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Vivian Back, daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Back, became the bride of Earl Anderson, son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson of Ventura, at a home wedding ceremony 1 Wednesday at 2 p. m. The single ring service was read by the Rev. C. D. Gunderson of Miller in the presence o£ 100 guests in the spacious farm home of the bride's parents. Miss Back wore n blue silk dress and carried an arm bouquet ot pink and white roses. She was attended by Miss Iris Carr who wore a blue velvet gown and carried a bouquet ot pink and white sweet peas. Mr. Anderson was attended by his brother, Lester. Following the ceremony light refreshments were served. Both Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have lived in the Clear Lake locality most of their lives and arc known to many people. Mr. Anderson was graduated from the Ventura high school and has engaged in farming since. The young couple will make their future home on a farm seven miles northwest of Ventura. You can say one thing for the ungodly. When their follies result in blisters, they don't whine that Providence has deserted them.--Cedar Rapids Gazette, SHOE YOU Your s t a t u r e dictates your shoe style. This l i g h t w e i g h t w i n g tip model with small p i n k i n g and perforations of black or brown calfskin is just the thing for slender men. All- leather, of course. 5 MOELLER'S Shoes - Furnishings CLEAR LAKE National Tea Market CLEAR LAKE'S NEW MEAT MARKET MEAT SPECIALS FRIDAY and SATURDAY SWISS STEAK, Ib. 15c some--at least one that I know of --very respectable places. "But no self respecting man would be seen in some o£ them." Davis, a personal dry, said that in drafting proposed changes in the beer law the subcommittee is proceeding on the theory that beer is a legitimate business and that the belter tavern owners want to keep it that way. He said the aim of the committee is to protect the honest tavern owner and wipe out those who operate "dives." Radio listeners can condone Boaky's British pronunciation of "futyle" and "preecedent," but when broadcasters begin Bending out squadrons of "cavalry" something must be done about it,-Boston Globe. BEEF ROAST, Ib 15c POT ROAST, Ib. . . . 12c BEEF BOIL, II). . lOc HAMBURGER, 11) lOc SAUSAGE, Ib lOc NECK BONES, Meaty, Ib. 5c MINCED HAM, Sliced, Ib Sliced BACON, Ib. 25c FORK ROAST, II). 18c THE BEES WITH A SNAPtO IT HEILEMAN'S You've heard of the ride Of Paul Revere I'd do \\ myself For "snappy" beer, I'd shout the news Throughout the land That OLD STYLE LAGER Is my brand. :;is a krausened beer made in the slower, old fashioned, more costly Way. Krausening gives OLD STYLE LAGER an individuality of character and taste that satisfies and wins and holds friends. Old Style Lager Sales 612 So. Federal Ave. Mason City, Iowa PHONE 149 HENRY FIELD'S SEED SENSE MASON CITY MARCH I I , 1937 F R E E 1 Pound Henry Field's Private Blend Coffee With Each 4 Pounds ot . . $1.00 FIELD'S SUPER GRADE Lawn Grass Mixture 1 Ib. 29c; 3 Ibs. 85c 5 Ibs. $1.25 COME IN AND GET A PERSONAL GIFT FROM HENRY FIELD FLOWER AND GARDEN SEEDS 5 PACKETS lOc 'IIU'"" Special Prices on Chicks and Started Chicks THIS WEEK ONLY. Chicks from IOWA and MISSOURI INSPECTED and BLOOD TESTED flocks. LIBERAL DISCOUNT on FEED, REMEDIES, BROODERS and all SUPPLIES when ordered with Chicks . . . SAVE MONEYI Be sure to get our LOW PRICES before you buy Chicks. MILLER Chicks are for sale at 407 W. Court Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa, HENRY FIELD STORE, 211 North Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. 211 Norrh Federal Ave., Next Door North of Decker Bros. Sporting Goods Store --· Mason City, Jowa

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