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ML I/II · Lil-- GAZETTE 15 Your GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT Ail BATES. Fifteen cents a line Sizet Insertion. Ten cents a line for each con- ·ecutive 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 b* allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter- stated In the ad, care ot the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting "blind" advertisements Lost and Pound-- LOST ladies novelty handbag containing jblue chiffon handkerchief between Kirk apts. and 9th N. \V. on Federal 316 Kirk REGARD Money to Loan-LOANS £ $300 --on-. DIAMONDS-FURNITURE-AUTOS-SALA-PY t No Publicity No Delays 1 to 20 Months to Repay SECURITY LOAN CO. 1821 1st NatL Bk. Phone M da OANS Household AND Automobiles 'ATI IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS L. PINE LOAN CO. 304-5-0 Weir Bldg. St. Fed. Ave, Phone 224 JSITUBE Cars Bcflnanced and Payments Beduced .e Loan Finance COMPANX loot At. B. A. Bldg. Eh. 727 Wanted-- nan wants work on farm. Capable of managing. Ph. 3692J. APPRENTICE BABBEB With diploma wants steady or part time work. Write S-2S; GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--WORK--Will do anything. Gas Maker 11 years. Painter. References. CHARLES EGGLESTON, Vlnton, Iowa. PRACTICAL nurse wants place to do light housework when off cases. Ph. 2612. EXP. Woman Wants work, any kind .;- by hr. or day. Ph. 1769. For Rent, Bouses-- HOUSE FOR RENT--AH modern. Ph. C33 after 6 p. m. Ph. 1201. FOB BENT--Modern 5 room furnished bungalow, 3 blocks from lake. ' 325 BENTON STBEET Clear Lake FOR RENT--7 rm. house, partly mod. with 1 acre ground. 1415 N. Carolina. Ph. 1657. FOR RENT--Mod. bungalow 1% blocks from high school on State street. Ph. 1695J. FOB BENT 6-rm. all mod. house, excellent condition on Pres. Court; S-rm. house on Pres. Ave. M. M. Moon Co. Ph. 837 FOR RENT -- Good house and 2 acres of land, 3 miles west of '·Rockwell. Inq. C. H. Behr, Rockwell, Iowa. B'OR RENT -- House, gas, lights, toilet and water, $20. 817 S. Wash. Ph. 3292. 1 if m FOR RENT--Furnished small house and garage. Ph. 2127W. FOR RENT--All mod. house on State, 4 blks. west Cerro Gordo Hotel. 416 1st N. W. Inq. 422 1 NW. FOB BENT House at 23 5th N. \V. Oak finish. Garage. Neal McEachran Portland, la. For Sale or Trade-FOB BALE OB WILL TEADE FOR LIVESTOCK Truck wagon with triple box, hay rack, l'/ 2 h.p. gas engine, cream [separator, 4-wheeI trailer, brooder house and stove. PH. 3897 FCorner S, Fed. and 27th St, S. W. iPor Rent, Farms-- FOB BENT 28 acre farm at Ventura. S. SEVERSON 326 3rd St. S. W. j'OR RENT -- Acreage and 4 rm, house, close to town. Write N-26 Blobe-Gazette. FOB BENT 'astiire, or will take in stock by the head. Phone 2039 or call at Help Wanted, Male-- MAN WANTED Long: experience In hardware and Implement trade or banking. Must be good bookkeeper and collector. Age around 60. No other need apply. Address K-25, GLOBE-GAZETTE .WANTED -- 2 Carrier Boys for combination Sunday and daily routes. Close In. Apply between 4 and S P. M., 4"/ 2 First St. S. E. BOOM FOB BENT To gentlemen, strictly modern, close In, house privileges. Call 822. No. Penn, between 5 and 7 p. m. WANTED--Family of four for general truck garden 1 work thruout the summer, starting May 1st. House furnished. Must be experienced arid able to furnish references. Applicants write to The James Gardens, Robert B. James, 821 Dearborn St., Iowa City, Iowa. Help Wanted, Female-- WANTED--Competent maid for general housework. Must go home nights. Write W-28, Globe- Gazette. Salesmen Wanted-WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY for men of good character, with real desire In Iheir hearts to forge ahead. Don't wish for the hettcr things of life, Join our organization and have them. Ours is a clean liglti- roate business, handling the finest specialty on the American market today, produced by a $3,000,000 corporation with unexcelled credit rating?. No investment necessary; sales experience an .asset, altho some of our most successful men never had previous selling experience. We train and prepare you with our exclusive methods, then help you to succeed. Now organizing territory Including all cities and towns within radius of fUty miles, with headquarters In Mason City. Investigate this moat unusual opportunity at your earliest convenience by calling, phoning or writing MR. S. A. REPP CBRRO GORDO HOTEL. MASON CITY, 1A.. Agents- NEW Neon Sign invented. Dazzling new display sign; genuine Neon; beats $200 signs; seila for only few dollars; vivid colors, changeable letters, flashing- lights; sensation; distributors and salesmen wanted. Wire or write Preston Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo. S-839. For Sale, Miscellaneous-- FOB SALE--213 Bumi Special Railway Watch. Also some diamond rings. C. E. Brooks Co. Phonq 280. FOB SALE--SEED BARLEY Trebi, the new feed barley developed at Ames. American Beet Sugar Company, Mason City. FOR SALE-^Live Easter rabbits. Phi 1314W. 9 3 . Monroe. . FOR SA*Da|-Brooder. Ph. 29F32. FOB SALE--Ladles blue white half-carat diamond ring. Sacrifice, need noney. Write N-SO, Globe-Gazette. FOB SALE One dial 10 tube supor-hetrodyne radio, custom built, In massive gen- nine burled walnut console cabinet, illuminated dial, volume control, dynamic ' speaker, etc., wonderful tone and selective. Operates from light socket. Complete $60. PHONE 3696 FOB SALE Nice black dirt. PH. nizj We Deliver. FOB SALE 5 tube battery radio, a distance getter, with new tubes, new storage and B batteries, speaker semi-dynamic cone type, complete $15. Majestic B eliminator $5. RCA speaker $3, Also some radio parts. PHONE 3696 For Sale, Livestock-- FOB SALE--CHEAP 50 Shropshire ewes. 50 per cent to lamb now. Must sell on account of no pasture. B miles South and 9 miles East Mason City. FRANK CABBOTT B. 1 Rockford, la. Household Goods-- FOB SALE 4-ps. Lloyd Loom suite, 3-pc. taupe mohnir suite, buffet, bed, dresser, electric sewing machine. Everything at n bargain. 119 NINTH NORTHWEST FOR SALE--Klmball piano in real good condition. Call at 659 3 N. E. FOR SALE--Hoosier light oak kitchen cabinet, like new. Ph. 4034. 818 S. Jackson. FOB SALE S sectional bookcase, books, like new; large leather rocker,- marble clock, center table, hammered brass jardlnler nnd pedestal. 28 9th N. W. Used FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged GRAHAM'S New and Second H a n d Store 204 SOUTH FEDEBAL AVE. PHONE SOI Former Location of Mason City For Rent, Rooms-^- FOR RENT--2 furn. hakg. rms. with sleep, porch. 210 N. Adams. FOR RENT--Slpg. rms. 203 1st S.E. FOR RENT -- 2 front furn. light hskg. rms. Light, gas, heat. Reasonable. 325 S. Penn. FOR RENT--2 or 3 outside hskg. rm. apts. Also outside sleeping rms., Federal apts. 224% S. Fed. FOR RENT--Slg. rm..-725 N. Wash. FOR RENT--2 furn. light hskg. rms., with garden. Ph. 3381. FOR RENT -- Large warm basement room furn. completely for light hskg. 412 1st N. W. Ph. 2334. FOR RENT--Modern, beautifully furn. slpg. room, private lavora- tory, close in. Ph. 2644. FOR RENT--Large sleeping room, suitable for 2. Ph. 3076J. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. sleeping room in new home. Ph. 2948W: FOB RENT One furnished room with kltchenet. Inquire at No. 9 or 10 HOLAHAN APTS. FOR RENT--Light hskpg. rooms, furn. 20 Fourth N. W. Ph. 1460J FOR RENT--Large front heated hskpg-. rooms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Fur^ rm. Phi 1038J. FOB RENT 2 well furn. front hskpg. rms., 1st fir., prlv. ent., hot and cold water in kitchen. 806 N. Adams. Ph. 3127 FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--2 nicely furn. housekeeping rms. 252 20 S. E. Ph. 2830W. FOR RENT--Nice room, mod. home 318 N. Penn. Ph. 3840W. FOR RENT--Nice room, close in, meals If desired. Ph. 1279W. 'Sirds, Dogs and Pets- FOR SALE--Eas:er Bunnies, 50c up. 1120 E. State. Ph. 3343W. Services Offered-- sonable prices. A. M. Eddy. Ph 3264W. J C. E. LINCICUM, Painting and papering. Phone 3563J. Cisterns cleaned. Ranney. Ph. 38$9. WALL Paper cleaning. Interior paint washing 1 . Call Patterson. Ph. 2470. . WANTED--Washings. Ph. 35.04. PAINTING, PAPERING. Ph. 2777. Paper'g-., paint'g. Stewart. 2835W PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. J.470J. PAPERING, Paintlng.-Klarr. 2127W. WANTED--Plain sewing or family washing. Ph. 38B7. WANTED--Washings. Ph. 2453. WANTED--Wall washing and liouse cleaning-. Work guaranteed. 209^ S. Fed. FARM PUMP repairing. Reasonable prices. Ph. 2443W ior 396. We have a.nice^line of late model used cars "including the: CHEVROLET DODGE · - FORD DE SOTO ESSEX NASH PONTIAC WILLYS Low Prices SEE US Reasonable Terms C, E. BROOKS .CO. 223 2nd St. S. W. Phone 280 For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--2-room apt. Heat, light and water. Just completed. Phone 2741. 240 6th S. E. FOB KENT--Modern furnished apartment, 2 rooms, kitchener, suitable for 2 or 3 business girls or couple, prlv. entrance. 316 N. Del. FOB KENT 2 apartments. Heat, light and water furnished. 213 Orchard Ave., Clear take, la. FOR RENT Newly decorated 4-rm. mod. apt. Solarium and prlv. bath. In brick duplex. 122 N. Mnd. BUFF KOCK HATCHING EGGS lOo over market price. MRS. HENRY GINAPP Phone 87--11 Sheffield, Iowa FOR RENT--Duplex, modern, close in. Carl Rye. Phone 3320. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. 2 rm. apt. private house. Ph. 1685. FOR RENT -- 2 rm. furn. apt., ground floor. Ph. 33S4W. FOR RENT--Furn, or unfurn. apts. Daly Apts. Ph. 1729. FOR RENT--4 rm. heated apt. un- furn., pri. cnt., downstairs. 410 2nd S. W. * FOR RENT--4 rm. heated apt., un- furn., pri. ent.'. downstairs. 410 2nd S. W. FOR RENT--Apt. Ph. 14SOW. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 2477. FOR RENT--Heated apt Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--Mod. apt, 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--4 rm. mod. apt. 3157J. FdR RENT -- 5 rooms and bath mod, apt. Newly dec'r'd. Ph. 209. StODERN APARTMENTS See J. B. YODNGBLOOD Phone 36 FOR RENT--5 rm. duplek apt. B. V Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT--Desirable mod. apt, 420 B. State. . Wanted to Buy-- WANTED Jersey cows, fresh or to freshen soon. T. B. tested. Address D. COLWELL FLOYD, IOWA WANTED--To buy white drake. George Cookman. Ph. 15F15. WANTED--4 or 5 2-hole laundry stoves. Ph. 3112. Wanted To Rent-- WANTED--To rent April 1, 5 room furn. house or apt. Ph. 3414. WANTED--To rent by April 1st or 15th, 5 rm. mod. bungalow, good reference. Ph. 3570. Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service -- MASON CITY BATTERY AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTERIES And Your OU Untie rr 304 SECOND S. W. PHONE 389 Tailor- J. 0. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits $35 to Sin Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 Funeral Directors-- PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. IVnablnjfton Phono 1UO Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE" Experienced Radiotricians on Ail Radios Phono 355 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bldg. House Moving-- A. H. SKELLINGER Building Mover now focated at Ccrro Gordo Hotel. Phone For Information Brake Service-F ·AL. pv R E E Bratce Inspection RUSSELL BRAKE SERVICE Phone 373 20.2nd B. W. Character Reading-- Scientific Character Reading Any question answered. If not satisfied, no charge. Homo Talent. Repair Work-- HABBY A. WALTET. SPEEDWAX GARAGE COS S. Pres. Ave. General Repair Work and Storage--special- lzln« on Otffcland and Pontlnc. Open nve- nJnBfl nnd Sunday marnlnc. Dny and Night -Service. TrtcM an repalrJntr and acrvlca rcdaccd during Marcll. All tvorlc guaranteed. PHONE 1106 Chiropodist-- JOHN D. REELER CHIBOPODIST Office now open with all the latest methods of procedure. 310 1st Natl Bank Btdg. Office phono 381; residence phone 814. Contractor- JOHN RASMUSSEN New Building nnd ficpnlr Modern farm buildings a specialty All Cement Work. 410 21st St. S. E. Phono 2630-J Brick Contractors-- Before you do any kind of BBICK WOBK call for Information anil estimates. MAX PETEBSEN Phono 10G7 2103 Sonth FedcraJ HENBY BEIDEBICH Phone 3978W 780 15th Place N. E. BEAUTY SHOPS- ANN ZIRBEL'S Beauty Shop -- Formerly under First National Bank, now located at 1C IS Soutli Federal and welcomes old and new patrons. PHONE 1446 HOME BAKERY-- Fancy ner.orntert Taken and Cookies for St. Patrick's Day, Easter and »l«o for Rrirtgn Parties, ()r/ler_enrl.v. _ » ^ . A.uto Accessories-- AUTO ELECTBIO TIBE SEBVICE Used Tires and Tubes BOo up. Auto Butteries, Starters and Generators $2.50 up exchange. Bicycles, Supplies and Bepalrs for All Makes. Special Low Prices on Bicycle Bepalrs and Tires for a few days. LINDQUIST'S 620 S. Fedora! Phono 831 VALUES hat enable us to lead all dealers in used car sales 30 Ford Coupe Spt. special. Save 5200 30 Whippet Sedan $890 29 Whippet Coach, perfect ...$310 30 Ford Tudor (like new) ...$405 29 Chev. (6) Coach (dandy) 5355 29 Ford Coupe (excellent) .. $350 29 Ford Tudor perfect $335 28 Ford Coupe (dandy) .$295 28 Ford Spt. Coupe (clean) ..$800 27 Chrysler Coupe S165 27 ChEv. Sedan $155 27 Chev. Coach §16» 29 Chev. 6 Truck $250 Ford Truck 1 ton (shift) S110 MANY OTHERS So To Choose From Vll Makes All Models Prices $20 Up LIBERAL TERMS SCHUKEI' Poultry and Eggs-- FORD and LINCOLN Used Car Salesroom 2 Doors West of Globe-Gazette Business Opportunities-- FOR SALE Crescent Lunch room. Only 5850 cash. -.. \ ·' -(·,,_ FOIl BENT--Refreshment stand, best location in Clear Lake. Also furnished cottages. Let us show you. Freeman and Kcnyon, Clear Lake, Iowa. FOR SALE--Grocery and dry goods stock with some fixtures. Good clean stock, good territory, reasonable rent. Write X-30, Globe-Gazette. For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Practically new 5 rm. house, Wildwood addition. Phone 30 or 1944. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow garage, just finished, in good lo cation. Must be seen to be appreciated, large garden. Inq. of owner. B. A. Wigen, 21 S. Ohio. Ph. 3869. FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow In Grandview at the right prjcp and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W H. Briar. FOR SALE House at 142!) N. Federal, all clear -JWH--fcratda --far-do ttaee--on-r-Nortk Shore, Clear Lake. PH. 86 OB 3873 AFTER 1 ,F. M. List your Property with Briar. Buy your home from Briar. Rent from Briar. Phone 3414. For Rent Miscellaneous-- FOR RENT--Garden. 813 N. Del. For Sale or Rent -- Will give very Bpcclnl deal on cottage, sale or rent. A. G. Pribbenow, Clear Luke, Iowa FOR SALE OR RENT--5 rm. cottage $1200. Want truck. Ph. 8G7. FOB SALE OB BENT 5-room modern bungalow, garage. Possession at once. No. 1711 South Federal. PHONE 745 AFXEB 0 P. M. T. K. Gianvlilc Wanted, Miscellaneous-- I WANT BIDS on .digging 3 cellars and building 3 foundations. See GEO. H. SAUEBBEKG For Sale, Farms-- FOR^FARM Bargains see T. W, Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. OKLAHOMA--160 acres, gross timber and oil rights, $4 acre. J. W. Rollison, 711 W. Grand, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. FOB SALE 110 A. farm, well Improved and ail woven wire fenced. All tillable land. Will consider us part paymenl dwelling in Clear Lnkc or Mason City. A. B. PETERSON Clear Lnkc, lon'ii CHICAGO JOINT STOCK LAND BANK Foreclosed Farm Bargains Why rent when you can o\vn your own farm for less? Cerro Gordo County--The James Smith farm of 180 A. Z/ 2 miles north of Rockwell, i/ 2 mile to school On road one mile off pavement Buildings require some repair. Sol very good. Excellent location. Land partly tiled. $3,000 will handle, balance long time at 5'/ 2 %. Floyd County--The Martin farm of 104 acres two miles west of Floyd One-half mile off pavement. Buildings In very good repair. Good location. $2,500 will him ilk-, balance long time at 5'/ 2 %. Howard County--The Peavcy farm of 268 acres two miles north of Riceville. Good road. Pleasant location. Close to good high school Highly improved Including silo Equipped for dairying. Somfc timber Running water. Improvements wortl nearly what we arc asking for the farm. 53,500 will handle »hls buy balance long tlrrie nt 5'/2%. Above farms well rented. Possession given March 1, 1032. Write or call--J. F. Morse, Field»rp.«:mt.iLij f n--~C,n · J is---T?n.M* _. r,, .-·- 18 N. Fed. Phono 288 BUICK CARS -- KELLY TIRES LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS "Prices uro confusing. Compare the- Values. We guarantee to satisfy you." FORD TUDOR SEDAN. SAME AS NEW. FULLY EQUIPPED. ONLY $445 FORD SPORT COUPE. NEW TIRES. RUMBLE SEAT ETC. ONLY .'$373 ESSEX LATEST 1930 COACH. SAME GUARANTEE AS A NEW CAR 5545 ESSEX LATEST 1930 SEDAN. SAME GUARANTEE AS A NEW CAR $645 USED CARS WE SELL FOB LESS See Them Today 929 Essex Sedan, Can't he beat at our price §295 92B Ford Pickup, nice one ...$243 1928 Chevrolet Coach $245 1929 Ford Tudor, only $205 1926 Ford Coupe, good ......$ 85 1024 Ford Truck Chassis and cab, with transmission $ 40 1926 Dodge Coupe, nice one ..$145 1927 Essex Coach $ 9 5 1925 Essex Coach $ 6 5 Oakland Sport Touring $ 05 20 OTHERS AH Prices Include 1931 License We Buy Cars for Cash WE TRADE - - EASY TERMS ALWAYS OPEN Lsirsen Auto WHIPPET 1029 S E D A N . CLEAN AS A WHISTLE. NEW TIRES $445 HUDSON 1929 SEDAN. 118" W. B. CANNOT BE TOLD FROM NEW. TRUNK $595 HUDSON GREATER SIX '29 C O A C H . GUARANTEED 100%. ONLY $G95 ESSEX C H A L L E N G E R COACH. CLEANEST USED CAR IN IOWA. VALUE ...$495 BUICK '29 STD. COACH. --HBA L CLEAN, MQTOB- PERFECT. SNAP AT $645 WILLYS KNIGHT SPORT CAB. SAME AS NEW IN APPEARANCE. ALL NEW TIRES. MOTOR PERFECT. ONLY $39! HUDSON G R E A T E R SIX LATEST SEDAN. POSITIVELY LIKE NEW IN EVERY D E T A I L AND GUARANTEED. ONLY $791 HUDSON 1928 SEDAN 4-DR. LOTS OF MILES IN THIS CAR. ONLY $395 DODGE LATE '26 SEDAN TYPE B. CLEAN AS A ; WHISTLE. ONLY $105 ESSEX 1930 LATEST COUPE. NOT A MARK ON THIS CAR. SPECIAL $545 ESSEX SUPER SIX COACH. EQUIPPED WITH TRUNK, ETC. EXCELLENT $195 OVERLAND '24 S E D A N . WONDERFUL M O T O R . NEW TIRES. ONLY $ 85 FORD '27 COUPE. WIRE WHEELS. NEW DUCO. MOTOR PERFECT. ONLY $12i ESSEX '26 COACH. NEW TIRES. MOTOR GOOD. SPECIAL ON THIS ONE $ 5i DODGE '23 SEDAN. HAS FOUR NEW TIRES. WE PAY '31 LICENSE $ 90 HUDSON '24 COACH. BAL- ·LOON TIRES. WONDERFUL MOTOR. SPECIAL ...$ 95 ESSEX 1928 COACH. REAL CLEAN ONE. RUNS LUCE A NEW CAR $ 95 We do our own financing. Easy payments to all. Open every evening. Lapiner Motor "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER IN TOWN" FOB SALE 1928 Ford Sport Roadster. Priced to nell at once. PH. 2918W Legal Notices ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the Stat ot Iowa, In and for Cerro Gordo 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 Southwes quarter of Section Eleven (11) in Township Ninety-six (96) North Range Twenty (20) west of th -Fifth P. M., Cerro Gordo County Iowa, Defendants. Beick Garage 926 Oldsmobile Sedan. Just overhauled. Has good trunk $245 927 Oldsmobile Sedan. Extra clean. Very low mileage. A. bargain §365 926 Nash Coach. An unusual buy. Cleanest used Nash in town §205 929 Buick Master Sedan. Actual mileage 1300. Thoroly guaranteed; operates like a new car $1045 928 Essex: Sedan. Just overhauled. Good rubber ., 5285 929 Chevrolet Landau. Extra clean, trunk, good tires. Looks new .- $445 930 Chevrolet Coupe. Actual mileage 4600. New in every detail In Building with U Drive It Co. On the Corner 29 2nd St. S. E. Phono 3993 Easter Specials 28 Chev. Coach, extra clean ..$295 '29 Chevrolet Coupe, like new $375 '28 Pontiac Coach, A-l thruout 5375 '29 Ford Fordor, black, has trunk $395 '29 Pontiac Coach, extra fine $445 '28 Oakland All American sedan, perfect $485 TBADE--TEBMS B, B, WILDEBOER f SUCCUMBS HERE ( Mineral Services to Be at t 1 O'CIock Tuesday " j Afternoon. j Ben B. Wlldeboer, 43 years old, , ! )2 Twenty-fourth street southwest, ied at hts home Saturday after* " oon. He had been 111 the past fouS ears with tuberculosis. " ! Funeral services will be held at !· 'clock Tuesday afternoon at the! VTcAuley funeral home. The Rev. ; - ewel Pickett, pastor of the Baptist, hurch, will be in charge. Mr. wildboer Is survived by his" r lfe and four children, Genevieve, mily, Evelyn and Robert LoRoy,: 11 at home; his mother, Mrs. Ben''- Vildeboer, Cedar Falls; three sis- ' ers, Mrs. Ben Brown, Mrs. Evert' niderman and Mrs. Ray O'Dell, all E Cedar Falls; seven brothers, ~»ave, Waverly; Will, Benson, Minn.;-, eorge and Ed, New Hartford;' larm, Durnont; Henry, Farkera-.' urg and Otto, Cedar Falls. CENSUSSHOWS 2,516 RADIOS lalf of Iowa's Families Have Instruments, Figures. / Indicate. WASHINGTON, March 30. UP)-- -imost half of Iowa's families ara. quipped with radios. The census bureau announced to-, ay 48.6 per cent, or 309,327 of owa's 636,905 families, have radio. ets. The average size of the family'- vas 3.9. persons as compared t o ' .1 in 1920. The families and radio Bets respectively for the principal cities, i .re: Des Moines, 38,190 and 10,621; Soone, 3,291 and 1,690; Burlington, ".534 and 3,791; Cedar Rapids IB,- / ' 150 and 8,005; Clinton 7,012 and 3,- ' , 41; Council Bluffs 10,^49 and 5,-' / ' 705; Davenport 16,708 and 8,994; ' Dubuque 10,472 and 4,989; Forb Dodge 5.622 and 2,948; Iowa City ·!,- 200 and 2,062; Keokuk 4,175 and 1,!25; Marshalltown 4,712 and 2,327; Uason City 5,735 and 2,516; Musca tine, 4,904 and 2,194; Newton 2,998 and 1,551; Oskaloosa 2,884 and 1,407; Ottumwa 7,521 and 3,422;' Sioux City 20,051 and 9,972; Water- oo 11,957 and 6,384. WE HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF "GOOD WILL USED CARS' IN LATE MODELS AND STANDARD MAKES--STOP IN TONIGHT AND SEE TJS FIBST. I'BEPARE FOB THE FINE DBIVING SEASON NOW WHILE THE PBICES ABE LOW. OAKLAND-PONTIAC MOTOR CARS SALES AND SERVICE 25-27 2nd St. S. B. Phono 1567 Open Evenings and Sundays WRECKING SEBVICE ALL HOUBS Phone 1151 or 1397 Evenings Lot One (1) in the Subdivision of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section Eleven (11) in Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty (20) West of the Fifth P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Defendants: You and 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 the plaintiff aforesaid claiming that she is the owner in fee simple of Lot 1 in the subdivision of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 11 in Township 96 North, Range 20 Wesl of the Fifth P. M.; that the de fendauts and all unknown claimants claim some right, title and Interes in and to the land above describee by, thru and under tne last will and testament of Jessie E. Totten, de ceased, which is adverse to plaint iff s title, but plaintiff alleges tha whatever 'right, title and interes the said defendants, known or un known, have or claim to have in and to the land above describee that same is junior and inferior b plaintiff's title; and plaintiff pray that the title to the lands above de scribed be confirmed In her in fe simple; that each and all of th defendants aria unknown claimant and all persona claiming, by thr or under them or either of them b forever barred and estopped from having any right, title or interes In and to any of said described rea estate; that plaintiff's, title h quieted in her as against the advers claims of each and all of the de fondants, known and unknown, nn either of them, and for such othe and further relief as the Court ma deem equitable in the premises an for costs. For further particulars see pet tion now on file. Now unless you appear theret and defend on or before noon of th second day of the next term of sal Court to be held at Mason City Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, com menclng on the 13th dny of Apr! 1931, default will be entered agains you and judgment rendered thereo In accordance with the prayer o said petition. Enduring of Jesus Stressed ";: in Talk by Spence Describing the triumphal entry of Jesus Into Jerusalem and pointing low much more enduring the memory of this entry was than the triumphal entry into Rome of Roman generals who led pageants of plun- ier and captives", the Rev. W. H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, addressed the Rotary, club Monday noon in Hotel Han- 'ord. He said that after this entry the hopes of the disciples were ·aiscd, as they expected their leader o assume a throne. When they were told that the cingdom was not temporal, they- were crushed. Ono of the unusual. :hings about Christ's crucifixion, the- Rev. Mr. Spence Bald, was that praises were sung while this took ilace. Praises were sung to no other cader when he was killed before a throng. The Rev. Mr. Spence pointed out'. that great monuments had been erected to heroes. The most endur-* ing memorial, however, is in the human heart, he continued. Love expressed thru sacrifice saves any life jr" Institution and without this it has little meaning. H. W. Coat, Chicago, representa-' tive of the Civic Concert service association, ,gave a short talk in be-. half oE the Civic Music association membership campaign. B. A. MacDonald was ia charge of the program. Guests were E. B.' Stillman, Clear Lake; Hans Hanson, Forest City; Dr. A. D. Klein, Chicago, A. B. Abel and Willis G. C. Bagley. ...!' Pickett Is Speaker at Pastor's Devotion The Rev. Jewel L. Pickett of the First Baptist church, at the Y. M. C.. A. Monday morning at 11 o'clock gave the closing address of the series of pre-Easter devotional services for ministers. The devotions have been held every Monday morning for five weeks. . , The Rev. Mr. Pickett used as h's theme, "The Pastor's Gethsemane," emphasizing- tbe thot like the Christ- it is necessary for the pastor to pass thru a Gethsemane experience in order that he might he adequately prepared to present to his congregation the messages concerning the passion of the Lord and the fact of Hln resurrection. Orphans From L 0.0. F. Home Give Pantomime A group of girls from the I. O. O. F. Orphans' home presented e.. pantomime based upon the hymn "Abide With Me" at the Olivet M.: E. church Sunday evening. The- girls were costumed in long white * robes. The use of a spot light added- much to the beauty and effective-^ ness of the presentation. Miss Harriett Stubbs played the accompanl-^ ment. Surjerintonrl^Tih pnH .ATr.a ;v ..A

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