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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 29, 1939
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16 ·" JYIAOIUM UJ Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIC, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 rou ao not riMJve your pjp« call ai'.er 6 p. m. caU 513-w for local!, classified, ind ' ° MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HouseTassesTnickBiirto" Repeal Ton Mile Tax and Revise Motor Carrier Law PLAN MUSIC AT OPEN MEETING Civic League Will Hear Solos, Duets, Play at Session April 4 CLEAK LAKE--Miss Evelyn Johnson and Mrs. L. E. Jacobson will sing and Clarence Pease and J. M. Power will play '-Serenade" by Titt'l and ''LaEstrellita" by Ponce as violin duets for the program of the Civic League meeting to be held at the Congregational church parlors Tuesday afternoon Mrs. T. G. Burns will read "Mary Magdalene," a play by Maurice Maeterlinck, for the program. This is an open meeting of thc league which is entering upon a nexv year of work and every woman m Clear Lake who is interested is welcome to attend. A 1 o clock luncheon will be served by group No. 1 o£ the Congregational ?v i membership committee of the league is in charge of the pro gram and will be ready to tak memberships before and after th meeting. As large an enrollment a possible is desired before th at 2:30 o'clock. Women on the membership committee are Mrs. H. W K n u t .son, chairman, Mrs. Arvig Nelson co-chairman, and Mesdames P D ^r 1 '/ 3 !? 65 ,,, 83 ' 16 * Joh n Per- TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Phone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 513-VV Commerce Club to Meet ot Pork Lodqe ·^^-- ^^ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1939 Lake Friends Attend Rites at Algona for Frank C. Clayberg CLEAH LAKE--Funeral services 1 ' Frank C. Clayberg, 61, 200 South Oak street, who died at an Algona hospital early Monday morning, were held at Wednesday afternoon. Algona Several from Clear Lake planned to attend the services. Mrs. Clayberg and tu-o daughters, Mrs. Eari Sprague and Miss Harriet Clayberg survive. Mr. Clayberg had been employed at the Clear Lake Reporter as linotype operator for the past two years, coming here from Grinnell. in i »_ TV- r.--* * *"- ***^ 4JIWHUH} dinner meet in Dr Fr^Tr'ih 1 ^ T* ?* 7 ° Cl ° Ck ' followed £" lr Frank Colby, Forest City, a member of the locution to attend the dinner. The State " , ---' *- ·· ot the r above. co mp!et ed ° f thC - CIear Lake Commercial committees recently appointed. -- Heffnek, t it ,, Lee Bawden. H. H. Crane, Pete Peterson, W. H. Ward, G E Brose John Eliasen, Frank Barlow, D. i. Byers and C. L. Peter- committee requests tha hons for the luncheon be Witt, ~£ Mon day noon if possible Either Mrs. Knutson or Mr* Nelson may be notified. son. The Convention Planned at Congregational Church April 25 LAKE-- The Congrega-- hv r has been obtained by the Library Reading club as lace ln which the Cerro county convention of the f ing session will be given over to regular convention work and the afternoon and evening to the School for Brides." The Library I ?nn V 1Ub WU1 ! ' aVe the les - sori on home furnishings for the 3alt f L \ event and the Junior Federated club will sponsor the bridal P" ccssl on- The Crescent club his arranged that group No. 6 of the Congregational aid will serve the noon luncheon in the church din- |ng room. Other federated .clubs will have charge of other parts of the program. These will be announced as soon as definite information is available. Mrs B H Groan Mesen-ey, is county chairman of federated clubs. Clear Lake Briefs Vocal Music Groups Give Concert at High School Auditorium CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Evelyn Johnson presented her vocal music students in a pre-contest concert at tne high school auditorium Tuesday evening before a large and appreciative audience The program inciuded four numbers ' Bethlehem Lutherans will mee son at the home of the Rev. S. M Stenby Thursday afternoon for the usual prayer meeting. Mrs. Rudy Saliger and Robert Wayne, who have been cared for at the home of Mrs Chris Estergard since March 20 returned to their home south o 1 town Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Arends former Lake residents now living at Williams, are the parents o] twin daughters, Josie Marie anc Joyce Lee, born at a Webster City iiospital Monday. They weighed 3 and 6',i pounds. They have a brother and sister. Mr. Arends drove a truck for the Clear Lake sakery while living here and now has a hatchery at Williams. Buy your Easter coat or suit now. Hansen's have a fine selec- ion at all prices. The postoffice committee of the Commercial club recently appointed by W. H. Ward, president, planned to meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the offices of he Cerro Gordo Loan and 'In- -estment company. Charles Adams and other high chool acrobats wilt appear on a program for the V. F. W. at Mason City Thursday evening. The regular monthly meeting of e city council will be held Fri- ay evening. Mrs. C. A. Pease will be hostess o the American Legion Auxiliary ewmg circle at her home Friday vening. Apartment for rent. Phone 89. Union and Mount Vernon town- nip leaders of home project work in charge of the program. Members are asked to bring cake and sandwiches. C. E. Wells, Edward Boj-le. R. K. Rogers, George Sheridan, Otto B Peterson, Arthur Johnson J P McGuire, Dr. F. L. Knutson and E E. Musgjerd attended the Lions club charter night celebration a t , Waterloo Tuesday evening. A banquet was served at the Russell Lamson hotel and Melvin Jones Chicago, international secretary \vas guest speaker. Clubs throughout the district were represented. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Oleson and family, Leland, were guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. George Kabrick Tuesday. Going home they were accompanied as far as Forest City by their father, Frank P. Oleson. who had been visiting his daughters, Mrs Kabnck and Mrs. Lester Moretz the past week. ' ' For Sale: Timothy seed and a few brood sows. B. F. Baker Clear Lake. The Methodist Ladies' aid will meet at the church April 5 with circle No. 3 in charge of the program. Mrs. Leland Jacobson will sing a group of numbers and Mrs -r. E. Punke will read. A sale of baked goods, potted plants and EVENTS LISTED IN SUB-DISTRICT Music Students of 16 Schools Entered in Annual Contest CLEAR LAKE--Plans are com- plele at the high school for entertaining some 1,200 students, teachers and drivers of conveyances at the sub-district music contest to be held in Clear Lake Friday afternoon and evening and all day Saturdaj-. Pages, errand boys, custodians of cloakrooms and persons responsible for many other divisions of work have been appointed by Supt. T. G. Burns in preparation for the second time Clear Lake schools have been host to this event. Competing schools are: Mason City, class AA; Clear Lake Forest v y «. Garnei '- Lake Mil's and Northwood, class B: and Fertile Hanlontown, Hayfield, Joico, Ken- ' sett, Manly, Rockwell, Swaledale inornton and Ventura, class C. ' Teachers Arc Named Farmer Hauling Own Produce Is Exempted From Bill Provisions DBS MOINES, W) _ Brushing aside last minute charges of "class legislation," "big trucker interests" and penalizing the small trucker," the Iowa house Thursday passed the truck bill repealing the ton- mile tax and revising the state's motor carrier laws. The vote on.the measure, which now goes to the senate, was 78 to 24. Representatives Earl C. Fishbaugh R ) , Shenandoah, and Deu-ey Goode (R), Bloomfield charged the bill u -as seeking (o shift to the small trucker the ·lower-rates provided for the large operator." Fee Schedule Prepared Answering sponsors' contentions that the ton-mile tax is subject to "large scale eru;ilinr'-- Death Notices HA ,RPEIV Mrs. Lillian, widow of ilan Harper, \vho resided to- many years, at 16 Connecticut avenue northeast, died suddenly at South Pasadena, Cal., last Wednesday. Funeral sen-ices will be held here about April 15. The McAuley and Son funeral home will be m charge of; sen-ices. 'large scale Fishbaugh said: chiseling,' y le Sll ' ls ' club, four by u , , the boys' glee club, three by the girls sextet and four by the mixed chorus besides a bass solo by Gil- in worship arM sung by the mixed chorus, was especially well done and pleasing to the audience Accompanists were Mrs. H. S Hushaw. Miss Patricia Hushaw and Miss Johnson. The various groups will participate in the sub-district contest held at Clear Lake Friday and Saturday. '·They are asking you to throw away 5472,000 of positive revenue lor a promise of a bunch of operators whom the authors of the bill have labeled as crooks and c t " cutthroats.. Goode attacked a section of the measure which allows the commerce commission to disregard when the "public interest" demands it, the certificate fee to be charged, large truck operators in lieu -of the ton-mile tax. - The house labored most of Tuesday on the fee shedule for the certificated hauler and other truck oc- eratois. . . . . . . . Provides for Reciprocity The bill provides: 1 Repeal the ton-mile tax and assess the large "fixed .route" operators a certificate fee of 2^. times the license fee on the truck in question. The fee would be $675 Card of Thanks 2 WE WISH to tha'nk*ThV friends" neighbors, Eastern Star, White Shrine, Rebekahs, and B. of R. T for their many kindnesses, expressions of sympathy and tor the beautiful floral offerings in the loss of .our beloved wife and mother. James El well and Family. Money to Lean 51 MONEY For Building or' Refinancing. Quick Service Mason City Loan and. Investment Co. 209 East State Phone 790 Optometrists 11 FOR STYLE in glasses see'Or Knutson, Opt., Weir Bide. Service and price pleasing. Cofes 14 FOR .SALE--Cafe, doing good business, selling on account ol r-uneraT Directors PATTERSON Funerai~Home7~ service for those who care. Am- | PROMPT oulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. Herb a'r Radio M A J O R - R A N D A L L Funeral Home-Arabo/ance. Ph. 5] 1. Efficient Service plus Reverence. Herb and Geo. Service. St. S. W. Ph. 355. Seeds, Feed* ·vice. 2nd 17 McAULEY and SON F u n e r a l Home. Complete service, day and rught, 3 S. Adams. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home: Efficient and Courteous Ambulance Service. 126 Third St N. E. Ph. 1505 Personals A l t ' /"] J lir-ll in tne ease of trucks with a "gross Altrurian Club Will weight," maximum load and ve- -. ' I n l f l p t*-vt*t*fi\\v+et on finn i Open Second Annual Hobby Show April 12 aprons will be held. Officers "re- i Vocal instructors are Miss Eve- meet at the home of Mrs Zook Frida y for a lesson ·ill 11 Heredity and Environment," Mr. and Mrs. Robert Furleirfi ·ill entertain the Clear Lake oultry Improvement association ·n? 1 }, evetj!n S meeting April 3 ·thMr. and Mrs. William Ander- Perfect results with CRYSTAL SUGAR Use CRYSTAL sugar for "fine results" . .. and for these reasons, too: " worM kS a T' W ' he clca »«t sujrar in all the world. .. . Never touched by (he hand of man · The manufacture of f T RV«s r r v t ---- = ^ * Nearly mono- Tcll Your Grocer You Want CRYSTAL Sujar ANN K1NGSUEY ' Cooking School director, says: C R Y S T A L sugar and Cane sugar arc identical · . . Chemically. C R Y S T A L sugar will d o A N Y T H I N G a n y sugar \\-.\l do. American Crystal Sugar Company Makers of CRYSTAL sugar Mgson City quest a good attendance. Mrs. Merle Scanlon entertained ie Hi-Lo Bridge club at her home Tuesday with perfect attendance. Mrs. Arthur Johnson won high score prize and Mrs. P G. Cookman low. Mr and Mrs. Byron H'oad and daughter, Vera, left Mondav for their home in Hay ward. Wis." after visiting relatives in Clear Lake since December. C. W. Butts for ivell drilling, pump, windmill repair. Ph 606-W Mrs. William McGowan entertained the U. Y. B. Card club at her home Tuesday with all members present. Mrs. Will Scherf will entertain April u. . Coimnunity Bible study will be held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Evickson who lives on the old fox farm, East Division street. School will close at the junior TU S 5 mor high schoo! Buildings Thursday evening and at the Lincoln building Friday noon for the sub-district music contests to be held m Clear Lake Friday afternoon and all day Saturday. Spring A^ril'lO 5 Wi " then contmuc unti l Mrs. Sigard Vikesdal ana son, Gordon, went Monday to Wilberton, Okla., where they will visit several weeks at the home of Mrs Vikesdals parents. Mr. Vikesdal plans to join them there in two! ------ --^»^i.^ tut jviiai) c.\ K -- lyn Johnson, Clear Lake, Miss Beryl Cobeen. Fertile, Miss Ger- aldme Boman, Forest City Miss Evelyn Wadsworlh, Garner, Miss M 9 £ Shells, Hanlontown: Miss Kathryn Tweeten, Joice- Kalph fllontz. Kensett; Earl Kuns Lake Mills; L. M. Hahn, Manly : Miss Ellen Smith, Mason City : Miss Elizabeth Shoulberg. North-' wood: Miss Lucille Sweet. Rockwell; Miss Jannethe Solyst. Thornton, and Miss Oral Ware, Ventura . Instrumental directors are John Kopecky, Clear Lake and Ventura: A. £. Grundahl, Fertile; Hugh J Croft. Forest City: Don Anderson! Garner: William Watson. HanlonJ town: Karl Bohlcn. Hayfield and Su-aledale: Ralph Qeer. Kensett: Diltion, d . , , Northwood: Carleton Stewart Mason City; and Donald Erickson "Ockwell. " : The program at the senior high ll On I r.n o« , - - , 1 1 . 1 -- - . . . __ 'V school CLEAR LAKE-- The second annual hobby show sponsored by the Altrurian club will be open to the public at 7 o'clock the evening of April 12 according to plans now completed for the project. Entries will be taken April 11 at the recreation room of the senior high school building and the work will be arranged for judging on Wednesday. Many who are planning entries will complete work upon them during the school vacation 1 n n ls j[ rom Man* 31 to April 10. On Thursday and Friday the show will be open to the public from 1 until 9:30 o'clock. No ° J gC f T entl ' ies or admission is n s made and it is open to everyone. Plymouth Rebekahs Present Traveling Gavel to Clear Lak er bekans presented the traveling gavel to Tina Rebekah lodge in a ceremony held at I. O. O. F hall m connection with the regular meeting of the order Tuesday evening Guests were present from Manly, Kensett, Mason City and a Minnesota lodge also. Mrs. V M warns read a paper on Schuyler Coifax, founder of the Rebekah , hicle. exceeding 30,000 pounds 2. Reciprocity on truck license , ?."* charges with other states. 3. Pleasure car" license fees for trucks o£ three-quarters of a ton and under. Farmer Is Exempted · 4 Exemption of farm-market haulers when the vehicle is used by ihe farmer himself in transporting his own produce The measure also specifically exempts the 16,000 "wagon box" trailers o\vned by Iowa farmers. o. Regulation for all trucks for hire, including the contract carriers and irregular operators as well as the "fixed route" operators. 6. All common carriers - shall file their rates with the commerce DRIVING to California take 3 passengers. Call or write Cham- pun Oil, Carpenter, Iowa. . Loir and Found 6 FOUND--Medium sized black and brown female dog. Ph. 671. LOST--Purse, black caracul, envelope style, zipper top, southeast part of town. Finder call 3242 for reward LOST Small black and white Rat Ter- TM r P u PPy. Answers to name "Dopey." Child's pet. Reward. Write 1-29, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE-Wisc. '38 barley. J. P. Hansen, Jr., 9 mi . N . w . £ lcar Lake. FOR SALE -- 800 bushel lowar oats, suitable for seed. J. A. Sutton, Plymouth, Iowa. F ° R SA LE _ Mukden soy seed beans, $1 bu. Ph. 3F103. Alvin Nuehring, Rockwell. F ° R SALE -- Good hybrid corn f 9 dd «- mixed with soy beans R-29, Globe-Gazette FOR 18 Glpbe- Mole 20 WANTED-- ClerkloTmen's clotiT- ing store. Single. State ; age ?o' r S. f ," v Salary "pected. Write 29, Globe-Gazette. WANTED Good e.xp. man on zette ' Globe-Ga- Money to Loan 8 Ph. once, alto sax man clarinet - Huck Shaffer. H MONEY for real estate. L. H. Rud, over Penney's. 1447. commission. opens at l:lo o'clock Fri- i James Cliarge "Foreign" Trucks 7. Trucks of more than three- quarters of a ton shall pay a "gross weight'' lax of $20, in addition to the license fee oE $5 up to a maximum over-all weight of 11,000 pounds. The annual fee for the one-ton capacity truck now is S15, u-hile the figure is $25 for £* I-AKE-P.ymouth He- "S^ JfSTV each 24-hour period a '-foreign" truck of · less than 24,000 pounds gross weight is on the state's highways. The fee moves up to ?o on weights over 24.000 pounds. Meanwhile Rep. William Judd (R), Clinton, who walked out of the white house chamber in protests against the presence of '-lobbyists'' on the house floor, was _.,,..., . C l l l u l a his seat today. On the presented a playlet for the pro- ' °PP° slie side of the house, Stephen gram. Lunch was served by Mrs i Roolnson - DCS Moines attorney Mrs ' Skene ' e and Mrs. C. L. Green, Ventura V\rf'S»ntf,rt ·» .TM1 ___ l _ j «· ' ,. ' AUTO AND FURNITURE LOANS AND REFINANCING Federal Discount Corp. 309 First National Bank Bldg. Mason City--Phone 516 Flat Rate Pay Plan Borrow $ 50. Pay s "4.20 Per Month 100. ·· 3.45 ..... MO. " 16.80 ·· 300. " . . · 13.35 " TlMU Payments -Include BoLH Princloal .and Interest on Balances SECURITY LOAN CO. -o, ,.?'?. r . th im ' a 's Oldest toan Co. ·'_ 21 - mz F '« N«l. Bank P h m £ 412 MONEY FOR ALL Purposes We make cash loans up to S300 on your automobile.. Cars refinanced and payments reduced. Midland Inv. Co. WANTED-Boys over 14 years of age to sell papers on the street r?£ y o mai A room ' Mason City Lrlobe-Gazette. SALESMEN WANTED 2 men 25 to 50 yrs. old with car 0rk - wit1 Mgr - maki n a farm Mgr. making a farm survey in Cerro Gordo and surrounding counties. Steady work - i i " s once ' Good pa y if y°u 1 e ?no ilr an * vvor k- See Mr. French JUd A. Adams after 7:30 p. m. WANTED--Single, exp. man io^ = ' pref. Swanson. 6 mi. N. E. city. Wanted : :'.; ; ;" WOOL BUYERS To work in Northern Iowa and: Southern Minnesota. All you need is a pickup truck, or car and nailer. We furnish the rest. Write or call for an appointment. Sigman and G 213 - 4th S. W. ompany Phone 285 101-lst St. S. E. ob j cct of .·as back at Pine's side. Phone G'i 0 Corner So. New City Hall Deadli March 31 me on Taxes Pay your taxes now--Pay your bills by securing a loan of S30 to S300 from told reporters he intended I f ' J r" · 1 o ; n I1 j9 chamber today, --but! United financial oervice these at 8:45 celianeous gr wind Cjuintet~~bra5 orchestra. Vocal Groups C'ompeie Simultaneously at the up^n'g^: Girl Scouts Report quartet and | D J T) F\ on Badges; Pay Dues high mgn i assembly room the Relatives Fete Mrs. J.B.Patterson on81st Birthday Anniversary tralto. soprano, con- tenor, baritor* and bas fl^STi/^rr^ small vocal group. ' L A K E ~ m h h ' ,,,. membership dues and reports on the number of badges each has earned were the order of business at the meeting of Girl Scout troop Ao. 2 at junior high school Tuesday. Ko meeting will be held next ' ----- Jt - lobbyists get too thick. rm going to move to have them barred." Streamline Tax Setup The Iowa senate Wednesday (sailed through 33 bills to streamline the state's tax setup, passing Or f^a-n -11 ,,.:4i L _ JT ,. . '·Family Finance Counsellors' lo'b N. FEDERAL AVE. Over Ford-Hopkins Drug Store Tuesday Mi. - away lesday since the troop caniain iss Muriel Anderson, \vill be'' .-ay during spring vacation. Tht. . . · --·- » «»·"·;iav/ii, \ v i i u _ . ~"T *· i i - i i L i i iioril SO'n n i r celebrated her 81st birthday anni- baritone-euphonium s oio marirr,: an tt'aTtSc. occXon for* anni " rfary ' qSartet'^nd" b *° l °' ^P 1 "TM ~ aid. route 'finding, id reading. them all without a dissenting vote. Previously passed by the- house, l Auto Loans Furniture Loans will have to be considered again by the lower body. The rest -will go to the governor for his signature. The measures, fathered by the republican committee on consolidation and reform, will make the tax commission, formerly the j j Personal Property Loans UP TO $300.00 Anywhere in North loiva. On your own signature and security--no fees or commissions. As long as 20 months to repay. See. Phone or Write for Free Informaiion. WANTED Two y oun g men Jg . 2l n gm _ bilious, to work hard to start. Free to travel. See M. GEARING ' :3 ° - 8:30 P. M., Park Inn Hotel Wanted At once, girl or woman for housework, good cook. 2 in family. Go home nights. Ph. 439 Between 6 and 9 p. m . WANTED--Waitress, good .pay Must be-exp. Paramount Cafe. WANTED--Middle aged lady for hseworh. on farm. Write D-27 Globe-Garotte. OHejred 23 * , u . e "Pholstered, cover and labor, $25. Ph. 4532. WANTED---Position as experi- -- enced housekeeper. Write'W-28~ ' Lrlobe-Gazette. ' - - ---. - - ,.v^..n. * HL- : . ,. ~ -·» · .*', W\_UJI,K ana , _., . ^ ·---- field, was at home for | " olin s °'°.-; at 1:40. Following this '· »^ c d n «day _ Lenten Fellowship inner in Ihe evening. ; lne chamber group of woodwind? i service, Methodist church. 6:30 rson received many; En 'Y c drum so ; o trombone sold' "clock. granddaughter. Mi ES Ivabellc Patterson, Sheffield, a family dir Mrs. Patter birthday cards, flowers, polled plants and other gifts. GIVES COURTESY FOR HOUSEGUESTS Mrs. Merle Grodland lamed collected by the state treasurer architecture , W ° u J. d B ° ost Takc 1 As passed by the house, the bills would boost the annual take of the 'Most Any Day Now given at 1:15 o'clock a n d ! ij iT ~~" "'*- ·"·""»i lai^t UL me v j|, ,,.,_, old board of assessment and re-!" rf nS,. ,,., ng , be coming and you i old bills paid INTERIOR. exterior painting. Dave Campbell, Ph. 3112J. Curtains at home. and orchestra held. contests bc ; Lakeside Bible study, R. E. Ncl- IVill Serve Lunche At the junior scmbly Saturday mixed chorus will compete. olic aid. Mrs. T 309 East Stale ; Rotary club. I. 12:15 o'clock. Scnatc P«tP«»ed consicier- o. O. F. ' man, with Mrs. T. L. Sears , 6 high score prize. Guest prizes also were presented. An Easter theme in which yellow jonquils formed the motif was used in the table decorations and lunch menu. traditL°nJffv ti?e SUt f ,°"^ omin g i l«^ CSk c e hoo! V traditionally is a state of strong, or for the day evening the piano solo i will open at 7:30 o'clock at me senior high school and at 8:15 the class B concert bands will I ( separat £ at thc : Royal club. Mrs. F. G Cooki 409 East Main street Twentieth Century club. Mrs. "re"' ' N ° r "' Second Linger Longer club, Mrs. Ruben Fryer, 208 Clara street Crescent club. Mrs. A. B. Phillips, 123 South Fourth street Commercial club, state Park lodge, i o'clock. Bethlehem Lutheran praver meeting, S. M. Stenby home, 400 W e s t Division street ''·in o'clock. ' of one bill in the house tax series that would transfer collection of the gasoline tax from the treasurer to the tax commission but the bill retains its place on the calendar. rj i C" n o" numpnrey finance LoJ Burt G °aden. ph. PAKERHANGJKfG and painting ' 59'i No. Fed. Mrs Is Circle Hostess CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. and Mrs. Ruben Mostrom, Mrs. C. A Lomen and Mrs. G. Hilljegerdes were guests of Zion circle of the Need More Money? If the payments on your car or other installment purchases are | too high let us reduce them to I smaller, more convenient amounts j and also provide extra cash for f things you need. Come in, Phone 727, or Write Phone 573 PAPERHANGWG, Painting Bennett. Phone 2669W. Salesmen HAVE OPENING for 2 young men with car in our appliance dept. Splendid present and future possibilities for right men. Apply MR. SCHL1CK Lutheran aid which met Tuesday afternoon at the homo street. 2 o'clock. Community Bible c .,,j .. · ..~«n thc lesson. Lunch I-.** Krick^Ea^vi^ | ^^i^^^ Shook leading thc lesson. street, 2:30 o'clock I U r o r - - ^ I Montgomery - Ward Co Home Loan finance Co. i from 9 to 12 Wed. and Thurs. 204 Foresters Bldg. Mason City We Own and Offer For Sale First Mortgages nn Mason City Homes. E. W. Clark Go. MEN Why work your head off for somebody else? Heberling offers you. steady, permanent, healthful work \ou keep all the profits. Sell famous line of Heberling- Home anrf Farm Necessities to friends and neighbors. Must have car but experience or Capital unnecessary. Write now to G. C. HEBERLING COMPANY Dept. 717 . Bloomington, 111. It

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