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MARCH I I I 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE fWENTY-ONE Find Necessary Help for Spring Cleaning Through a Want Ad--Phone 3800 Classified Advertising Information Fifteen cents a line first loacrtioii. Ten cents a line for each consecutive iub* ·cquent Insertion, (Count five average words to tho line.) Seven insertions arc given for the prjce of six. CLASSIFIED D1SPJ-AT ADVERTISING TO cents per column loch eacb Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed qn all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 5 days thereafter. All out-of-tovmB ada are payable in ad* ·cance. All refunds on Want Ads must bo called ·for within 30 days of the cancellation date of ths order. Answer to "blind" advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated In the ad, care of the Globe-Oazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette raveal the name ot thoss inserting "blind" advertisements. Minimum enargt for single advertisement, 35 cents. PHONE 3800 between 8 a, m. ana c p. m. and ask for the Ad Taker. Index to Classified Agents ......... 35 Apia, for Rent .. 45 Amusements .... 7 Auto Accesflurics 82 Atitoa for Salo . . 79 AUto Storage ...A79 AtlU» Trucks ... 80 Auto Repairing . 81 Beauty Parlors . Board, Room ..· BIdg. Materials . Business L, o c a- Uon ......... Business Opportunities .. ____ C a f e s , Restau rants . . . . . . 4. 17 Card of Thanks 2 Chiropodists .... 13 Chiropractors ... i* Cleaners, Dyers . IS Cottages ........ A4B Death Notice* .. 1 Dogs, Blrda, PetB B3 Educational Opportunities ... 40 . Electrical Service 61 Employment Service ........ -,.A30 Farms for Sale . CO Farms for Rent .A50 farm Machinery 51 Florists ........ 4 Foods . ......... A55 Funeral Directors 3 Furs ... ....... 4 19 Garago for Rent 68 Garage for Sale 69 Gardens ...... .. 41 Gifts ......... .. 60 Help W a n t e d , With IDT. ---- SO Help W a n t e d , , Female ...... 31 Help w a n t e d , ,, Male .. ....... ·jHelp w a n t e d . S-f Male, Female. ..'36 '/;# Hide, Wool. Furs 78 //Household Goods 73 J' Houses for Sale 47 :" Houses for EeQt 48 Instructlott ..... 39 Insurance .-..· H Investment ,...* 10 In Memoriam ..A 2 Job Printing ... 20 Laundries 21 Livestock £or Sale 52 Location Wanted Lost and Found Lots for Bale ... Machinery Milk Misc. for Sale ,. Misc. for Rent .. Money to Loan 8 Mortgages Monuments A 4 Moving, Storage 23 Musical instr. .. Nuraery stock .. Offices for Rent Office EqtilpL .'. Osteopaths ..... Painting, Decor. Personals Photographers .. Plumbing, Htg. . Poultry. Eggs .. Radio Supplies .. Real Estate Wtd. Rooms for Rent Sale or Trade 58 57 63 64 15 24 5 25 26 74 27 80 44 . A38 S3 Sale or Rent ,..A47 Salesladies 34 Salesmen 35 Seeds. Feeds _ . Serv. Offered ...A33 Situation Wtd. .. 33 Stamps, Coins ,.A74 Stationery ...... 71 Stocks 72 Summer Cottages 67 Swap Service ... 38 Travel Bureau . .A 5 Trade or Kxch. . 42 Upholstering .... _ . Wtd. to Borrow 77 Wtd. to Buy ... 75 Wtd.. Misc A75 Wtd. to Rent .. 76 Wearing Apparel to Csath Notices 1 FULLER, Irene Lucille, 24, died at a local hospital Tuesday following a brief illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Alliance Taber- \nacle church. The Rev. L.-A. Perkins, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in the Sheffield cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Funeral Directors 3 METER FUNERAL HOME--Dependable service. 243 Fifth street S. E. Ph. 1505. PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME-A service for those who .care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash, Ph. 1140 RANDALL Funeral Home--Ambu- jance service. 104 3rd SL N. E. Ph. 511. C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. Florists IN the hour ol joy as well as in sorrow, flowers best express your sentiments. Strictly fresh homegrown stock. Kembles. Ph. 55. Monuments A4 MARK every grave with a monument from Mason City Cut Stone and Mon't Co.. 504 N. Monroe 783. Personals SPENCER Maternity corsets provide uplift rather than compression. Individually designed. Ph. 3856. Lost and Found 6 LOST--Lady's yellow gold Bulova wrist watch, Eagles hall. Phone 3825W. Reward. Money to Loan 8 PRIVATE LOANS on city property. Write F-21, Globe-Gazette. AUTOMOBILE LOANS IF YOU NEED MONEY- REFINANCE YOUR CAR! We will pay off your present contract, advance you more money and cut your payments down, Furniture Loans Also Made Phone 727 or Come In HOME LOAN A FINANCE CO. Snd Floor I.O.F. Bldg. LOANS ON FURNITURE, AUTOS DIAMONDS, PERSONAL PROPERTY 3 HOt'R SERVICE C. L. Pine Loan Co. Weir Bldg., Mason City, Phone 324 Money to Loan 8 DO yOU NEED MONEY? $10 $50 ¥100 fZOO FURNITURE LOAHS SALARY LOANS AUTO LOANS DIAMOND LOANS SECURITY LOAN CO. 321 1st Nat'l Bldg. Ph. 412 CHARACTER LOANS -- $50 or more. $10 is cost of $100 loan. A year to pay. 207% N. Federal. Friendly Financial SERVICE You need not hesitate to see us if money is needed. We are always glad to explain our plan. Consolidate y o u r obligations into an account with one small payment each month. AUTO LOANS OUT OF TOWN RESIDENTS ' WRITE OR PHONE US United Financial Service F. M. HUMPHREY, Mgr. S First St N. W. First Door West of Adams Drug. Phone 1414 Beauty Parlors 16 PERMANENT waves J1.60 to JS. Shampoo and finger wave SOc. Ph. 3011, call for Le Modcrne Annex. 2121/2 N. Fed. Ave. Painting, Decorating 24 Have returned and am again PAINTING AND PAPERING Welcome old and new customers. W. A. "Lefty" Stewart, Ph. 24S6W Houses for Rent 46 FOR RENT--5 room mod. buog. Ph. 412 or 1641J. FOR RENT--Fine mod. home, close in. Ph. 727. FOR RENT--7 rm. mod! house. Inq. J. S. Wilcox. FOR RENT--2 7 rm. mod. hses. at $25. W. L. Patton, No. side M. B. A. FOK RENT--Houses. 6 rms., hot water heat, do!i:-!e garage, $25 month; 7 rms., mod. except bath, $16; 5 rms., mod., garage, $22.50. Geo. Van Every. Ph. 3983. FOR RENT--$25, 6 rm. and bath home, garage, 235 20th St. S. E. FOR .RENT--5 room brick bungalow at 504 9th St. S. E. Inquire 503 8th St. S. E. or phone 1266. RENT YOUR HOME from Briar List your property with Briar Buy a home from Briar. Ph. 3414. Houses for Sale 47 FOR SALE--By owner mod. hse. 416 5 S. E. Call 1681LJ or 68. FOR SALE--House. Call 1027J. FOR SALE--4 rm. hse. Ph. 2667. Board, Room 49 BOARD and rm. or light hskpg. rms. 218 5th N. W. Farms for Sale 50 FOR FARM--Bargains see T. W. Gilpin, Northwood, Iowa. Help Wanted, female 31 WANTED--Woman to help with housework on farm. Write J-2S, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. girl for housework and care of children. Write L-l, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Exp. beauty operator with following. Ph. 3183. Help Wanted, Male 32 WANTED--Married man for work on farm. Separate house. Ref. required. Write J-l, Globe-Gazette. Services Offered A33 ROOFS repaired. Phone 3830. WASHINGS Wanted. Ph. 4013. I SHARPEN YOUR DISC on your farm. Drop me a postcard. J. H. WESTCOTT Plymouth, Iowa Salesmen 35 REPRESENTATIVE -- To call on industrial plants, stores, garages, wholesale grocers, etc. Write G-28, Globe-Gazette. Business Location 37 FOR BENT--Corner store, K. C. building. Only available corner on Federal. Reas. rent. J. A. Sullivan. Phone 83 or 1919. Swap Service 38 Three times or less offering a "SWAP" costs nothing. The ad must have a Globe-Gazette "key" number and the advertiser will pay 10 cents for each reply. Replies are to be called for at the Wand Ad counter. Regular rates will be charged for every line over 3 lines, besides 10 cents for each answer. SWAP--Hay for horses or young beef cattle. Write Z25-27, Globe- Gazette. SWAP--Permanent wave for dressmaking:. Write TT-1, Globe-Gazette. Rooms for Rent 44 FOR RENT--2 rum. hskg. rms. in mod.''home, pri. ent, water in kitchen. 806-N. Adams. Ph. 3127. FOR RENT--Single hskpg. rm. over I. G. A. Ph. 2548J. FOR RENT--S unfurn. rms., 1st ft, shower bath, garage, also 1 and 2 hskpg. rms., hot water heat. Inq. 322 3rd N. E. FOR RENT--Comfortable slpg. rm. close in. Ph. 1903. FOR RENT--Z good rms. with lights, gas stove, heat and water, $15 mo. Henry F. Bluhm, 1223'/j N. Pres. FOR RENT--Nearly all modern un- furn. rms. for housekeeping, $10 mo. Private entrance. 1302 N. Wash. 8108W. FOR RENT--'2 or 3 furn. or unfurn. light hskpg. rms. 234 6 B. E. Apis, for Rent 45 FOR RENT--Apts,, furn. or unfurn. See J. B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Nicely furn. 5 rm. duplex, south side. Ph. 1335. FOR RENT--Unfurn. apt. 14 5 NE. FOR RENT--2 rm. and kitchenet furn. apt., clean, pleasant, close in. Ph. 1903. 1 HAVE a lease on a 4 rm. apt. Will sublet at a sacrifice as I am leaving the city this week. See T. H. Weslen, 519 6th S. E. FOR RENT--i rm. furn. apt. Pri. ent. 207 6 N. K Farms for Rent A50 FOR RENT--Farm. R. L Fellows, 324 South Kentucky, or phone 3743LW, Mason City, Iowa. Farm Machinery 51 FOR SALE--Ottawa "D" mounted com sheller. Louis Tesdahl, 7 mi. S. and 2 mi. W. Kanawha. Livestock for Sale 52 FOR SALE--A good black suckling colt, 1 team bay geldings wt. 1,500. 1 mile south, % mile west Ventura. Vern Bowen. FOR SALE--Black mare, 12 yrs. old; weight 1500 Ibs. FRANK SMITH 8 Mi. S., !4 Mi. E. ot Mason City Dogs, Birds, Pets 53 FOR SALE--Fine 2 year old Police dog. Can be seen at my home. Grant's Mer.t Market, Clear Lake, Iowa. Misc. for Sale 55 Cinders free for hauling. 121 6 SW. FOR SALE--Dry wood. Ph. 149. GOOD CLEAN COAL, Fair Prices Just Try One Ton ALLISON COAL Phone 431 BUY » 32-volt 1,000-watt wind driven electric power plant now before prices advance. Also 32-volt batteries for your present light plant. See or write HERMAN RIPPEN on No. 65 South of Mason City FOR SALE--Store fixtures, show cases, counters, tables, accounts, reg., safe, cash reg., scale, check writer, jJier items. Paul E. Artz, Nora Springs, Iowa. HEAVY MATS SIZE 18i/ 2 x21 2cEACH The Dry Mats are excellent for lining garages, chicken houses, coal bins, cellars, cabin walls, weatherboarding, sound proofing or insulation. Not suited for outside surfacing or drawing use. We have over 600 which may be bought for only 2 cents each. Call Business Office. Globe-Gazette. FOR. SALE--Used Charters Incubators, 540, 405, 270-egg sizes, priced reas. Turning- trays. Albrecht Hatchery, Greene, Iowa. MY 1934 WATER SOFTENER after 8 years mfg. instantly changes hard water into delightful suds In vour home. Don't wieh and wait but drive out. I'll surprise you Trade or cash. CHARLES C. WELLEY Ph. 3108W Trade In your old worn-out ROLLER SKATES on a new pair. LINDQUIST'S 820 S. Federal Phone 831 Musical Instr. 58 FOR SALE--Beautiful phonograph, 65 records, cheap if taken at once. Mrs. D. Bcrger. 14 H S. Conn. over Charley's garage. FOR SALE--Flute. Call 1568. Foods A55 FOR SALE--Pickerel, unfrozen, 15c Ib. Griggs Fish Mkt., Ventura. FOR SALE POTATOES, good, bug $1.45 APPLES, ring packed, basket. 1.S5 CARKOTS, bushel .15 CABBAGE, 10 Ibs 25 ONIONS, bag '. .25 POPCORN, sure pop, 6 Ibs 25 Our prices are reasonable. PHONE 1188 Earl's Fruit Market 1603 S. Fed. Alo Nora Springs For Sale--Rawleigh extracts. 2271. Offices for Rent 63 FOR RENT Desirable suite ot front office rooms. Good light, heat furnished. Reasonable rental. PoHsession Immediately. Inquire Business Manager Globe-Gazette Fhone 8800 Household Goods 73 FOE SALE--Single folding bed, 7 tube radio, untrained Ige. and sm. mirrors, kero. bath heater, oak sideboard, brass bed. Phone 25183. FOR SALE--Bed davenport. 3010. FOR SALE--Singer sewing machine, drophead. Tailo's Singer sewing machine, elec. radio, elec. washer. Bargains. 639 S. Jackson. FOR SALE--Stoves of all kinds, springs, beds, clothing. Many other useful articles, B 0 Exchange. 1408 N. Fed. Poultry, Eggs 74 BUY HEALTHY BABY CHICKS Our chicks are all hatched from 100% bloodtested flocks, for Bacillary White Diarrhea and Fowl Typhoid. Prices reasonable. STROMBERG HATCHERY 404 S. Federal. Mason City, Iowa. Wanted to Buy 75 WANTED--trsea turn., stoves and rugs. Graham 2nd hand store, next to Strand theater. Ph. 301. WANTED--Baby carriage. 2078J. WILL Pay 3c each for strictly clean burlap sacks. Higleys. WILL Pay up to $150 for late Ford or Chev. Write Y-28, Globe-Gazette. CASH for modem, house of six or seven rooms. Give particulars first letter. No agents. Write Z-l, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--To buy small modern house, fairly close in, $500 cash. Balaace good security. Write D-28, Globe-Gazette. HIGHEST cash prices paid for old gold watch cases, dental scrap. Blauchard's Jewelry. WE Will buy your used car for cash. No delay. Lapiner Motor Co. Wanted to Rent 76 WANTED TO RENT Farm. W. S. FULGHUM Ph. 1SF2, Mason City. Autos for Sale 79 FOR SALE--1926 model T Ford coupe and coach, exceptionally good cond. 1934 license. S. R. Chev. Co., Inc. X 35 thoroughly reconditioned cars at very low prices. Come and see for yourself. Prices from $25 up. MARSTON'S i/ 2 Blk. E. Hanford Hotel TP!. 162 Highest Value! USED CARS Lowest Prices! 1930 Dodge Coach (see this one) .$230 1930 Ford Town Sedan (good shape) S28'5 1981 Ford Coupe (runs dandy) $250 1929 Oakland Coach (special buy) S225 1930 Esse.v Coach $125 1931 Pont. Coupe (like new) $350 COMPLETE SERVICE Yon will find our service department the most complete in Mason City. Gas, Oil, Tlre», Tubes, Battery Service, washing, Greasing, Body, Fender and Mechanics' Repair at Reasonable prices. Give us a trial on any automobile need for any car. WAGNER MOTOR CO. FORD SALES 111 1st «. E. Opp. Old P. O Auto Trucks 8(1 FOR SALE--International IVi ton long wheelbase, dual tires. International Motor Trucks. Ph. 20. A New Yorker arrested for begging food died of starvation next morning. It is rumored that gangsters will be arrested, also.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Autos for Sale 79 USED CARS 1929 Ford Tudor $145 1929 Olds Sedan $285 1930 Buick SW. Cpe $885 1931 Olds Coach $445 1931 Ford Victoria $285 1929 Buick Sedan $2«5 1926 Buick Sedan $ 85 1928 Chrysler Couch $ 95 1928 Whippet Coupe $ 45 1933 Olds Coach S635 1929 Ford Coupe $145 1930 Buick Spt. Coupe $445 1929 Cadillac Sedan $485 1931 Pontlac Sedan $385 316 N. Fed. Phone 288 LEGAL NOTICE and style of thtr Park Inn Hot?I. hint to whom H may concern: You are hereby notified thilt there la now on file with the Clerk of the above naoiotl Court, an application if F- Blanche Pence, Receiver of the property of A, (5. Buttvrn (loinn business under tlie name and style of the Park Inn Hotel, for authority to set!, at private sale, tor not less tluiti Its minil;«$t value, all the Roods, merchandise, furniture, fixtures and other personal property now in her hands as such Receiver; That hearing thereon has been set lor March 10, 11)34. at 10:00 o'clock A. Jd., in the Courthouse In Mason City, Cerro tlortlu County. Iowa., at which time hearing on nalrt application lor the sale of the personal property will be had. and at or boloro which time objections to hald application may be filed and heard; You arc further notified that if tio objections are filed before or at said heating iui order will be made for sain sale as prayed. -. BLANCHE t'KNCIC. Receiver. ORIGINAL NOTICE i In the District Court of low*. In and tor ' Cerro Gordo County, April Term, 1934. i C. I. Clark, Executor of the Estate of Thomas D, Cookman, Deceased. Plaintiff. Louise Ruddy and William D. Ruddy, Her HuRband, Defendant. To Louise Ruddy nnfl William D. Huddy, Her Husband: You arc hereby notified that there is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the Dls- irlcL Court of the above named County and State, a petition of Plaintiff claiming n personal judgment against Louise P.uddy and William D. Ruddy, her husband, for 52,800.00 with interest' thereon at 8% per annum from December 28, 1933, as Justly due plaintiff on one certain promissory note dated December 29, 1824, and executed and delivered to Thomas D. Cookman; and further asking Judgment against Louise Ruddy and William D. Ruddy, her husband, for costs, including attorney's fees us provided in said note. And claiming against all of you the foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage ot even £ate with said note, and securing the same on the following described real estate to-wit: Lot Number Three (3) In Itaplnt »f Lots Three (3) and Four (4) In Sub- riMnlon of the NorthwMl, Quiirtcr (NIV- W of Section Three (3) In Tnwnnhlii Xlncty-ftix (96) Klinjro Twenty (2(J) in Cerni Gnrdo County, Imva. And that a Receiver he appointed to collect the rents and profits, (For further particulars see petition now on file.) Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the April 1934 term of said Court to be held at Mason City, Iowa. In aald County, commcncinK on April 9th, 1934, default will be entered apitnst you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. J. C, ROBINSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF SHERIKtf'S SALE STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. To Gco. Kratovll and Goo. F. Scheef, and to wham It may concern: You arc hereby notified that by virtue of a general execution, 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 i n ' favor of The Glidden Company and against Gco Kratovil and Get). F. Scheef for the sum of Five Hundred Ninety-three and 54-10C Dollars, debt, and Forty-four and 21-100 Dollars, costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property, to-wit: Ifi ijts. Wheelers paint; 2 M»pts. Wheelers paint; 1 V'-Snl- Wheeler pnlnt; fi RfJ! Wheeler paint; IB qts. fiat wail paint; 1 pt. Hat wall paint; 1 %-gal, flat vail paint; fi gnllona palls paint; B (its. mixing prim ^ gal. mixing primer; 12 it*. floor pulnt; 11 ^-gallons Rock floor pnlnt; 4 gul! Bock floor paint; 7 iits. Rock floor paint; 26 y?-vte t enamel; 2H pints enamel; 9 pts. enamel; 3 %-fcallons bronzing liquid; 1 sal- ion bronzing liquid; i Ballon paint remover; 3 qts. Vltra-Isstlc; 3 ^gallons Vltni-lastlc; 2 gallons Vltra-lftfltlc; 5 qts. waterproof paint; 3 Vfc-pts. waterproof paint; 3 nliC 40 aluminum paint; 3 Hnolciini laixjuer; 7 */·- pts. varnish; 4 VirPts. ground color; 2 pin. ground color; i cjt. ground culnr; 8 pts. varnlflJi stain; 9 qts. varnish fitnln; 3 *£~ gallons varnish stain; 1 gallon varnish Htaln; 8 !(M . cold bronze: 7 V.H tin. R bronze; 7 *4-lbs. sold bronze; H boxes bronze pwdr.; 8 M--Pts. screen paint; 7 ptn screen paint; 8 pts. Implement paint; 7 qts. Implement paint; 3 Vr-ffallons implement paint; 72 Ibs colors In oil; 18 '/j-lbs. colors In oil; 19 '/4-lbs. colors in oil; 18 qts. colors In oil; 4 pkgs. DIe-a-do paint cleaner; 2 pkgs. Zev cleaner; VSs gallon Rock lint vurnlsh; 1 it. Wheeler screen paint; % gallon Wheeler screen pulnt; 2 Rail Wheeler screen paint; % pt. undercoat; 2 qts. undercoat; */··. gal. undercoat; 1 gal. undercoat; 1 qt. Flextlc Wall sine; S g»l- lons Rock shingle stain; 3 qts. Nil-Car pulnt; 1 Vz-gal. auto paint; 10 gallons Stn- on bam paint; */x gallon Ivory enamel; V^ gallon Spraymasq; 6 V=-Pts. flat black; 2 y*-pts. flat black; S 'hs. wood filler; 1 gallon glazing: liquid; 3 qts, glazing liquid; Z pts. Rlazlng liquid; 29 fl-lb, boxes Kalso lite; 3 VirDtR oil stain; 6 pts. oil slain; 11 qts. oil stain;. % pt. Touehup; 1 pt. top' drafting;; 3 '/^'P**- top-dreusiiiK: 4 pts blackboard slating; 3 %-pts. blackboard slatlnjj; 4 Vs-pts. gold bronze; 3 Vi-pts bronze; 3 Vi-pts. bronze; 20 boxes tube- colors; 2 12-oz. Nu-Tone polish: 4 4-oz, Nutone polish; 8 ^VSr-pts. stove polish; 5 ] /4- pts. stove pipe enamel; 92 small tubes oil colors; 26 smoothlnc brushes; 3 4-Inch dusters; 2 GIldertlpB; 61 Marking brushes; 29 striping: brushes; 20 4-ln. paint brushes; 3 block Btrlpplers; 5 roofing brushes; 11 putty knlvem; 4 paper cutters; 3 paper rollers; 1 paper trimmer; Z small point brushes; 2 floor brushes; 2 large shears; 3 small brushes; « small picture frames; 27 sponges: 379 rolls wall paper; 5 small bird houses; 14 pictures ass't'd); 6 B-K-aL cans shingle stain; 8 1-gal. shlnple stain; 4 8-gal. f barn paint: 25 IDs. whiting; 3 Ibs. Bondex; 7S lb». wall paper paste; 42 Ibs. steel wool: 10 Ibs. dry lamp black; 73 Knlso-llte; 1 box curtain brackets; S road slfins; 28 frames, large; 3 wall paper racks; 1 paper handler; 1 paper trimmer; 1 paper press: 2 8-ft. show cases; 20 ft. shelving: 1 8-ft. counter; 1 office desk; 1 L. C, Smith tj-pe- writer; 1 BurrouRlw addlnp machine; 1 12- ft. shelf; 1 14-ft. shelf; 1 wall paper rack (12 ft.); 1 15-ft. paper table; 1 National cash register; 2 office chairs; 1 3-piece wicker set; 1 office safe; 1 wood file cabinet ; 14 pictures; 1 sponge rack; 1 lot a*st'd car and window glass: I wall paper steamer; 250 ft. picture molding: 1 *H grinder; J picture miter; 1 miter box; asst'd hunch of hand tools; 1 10-ft. work bench; ti pkgs. invoice blanks; 5 plaques; 2 barrel oil pumps; 5 boxes small steel arid '"that on the »h day of March. 1934. at 1 o'clock P. M., at No. 34 2nd St. N. E-, Mason City. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said execution, together with all JE C °Dated Cr at n| tnft Sheriff's office in Ma City, Iowa, this 6th day of February. 1934. J. M. ROBERTSON, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa. By--Max H. Studer, Deputy Sheriff. Fitzpatrick and Barlow, Attorneys. NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In and for Orro Gordo Comity. The American Steam Laundry Company of Iowa. Plaintiff. A c; Butters, doing business under the namt ami style of the Park I n n Hold, Defendant. f. Blanche Pence. Receiver. To \ 0 Butters, dolne lliMnc's« under tin. niif knd «tslf of the r»rk Inn Hotel, and to all creditors and person* Interested In thr rrcelvrnhln of the «»ld A. 0. WILD LIFE PLANS GIVEN SUPPORT Indorsement Reported by Sportsmen and Others Interested. WASHINGTON, March 1. UPl-- Members of President Roosevelt's committee on wild life restoration :oday reported an almost unanimous ndorsement of its plans from thousands of sportsmen and other interested persons in all parts o£ the country. The committee is now waiting for word from the white house before sroceeding' with its plans for ac- juiring options on the land covered by hundreds of projects which have been approved. All data necessary on 401 projects suggested to the president is in the committee's files and action cao be taken almost immediately. 20 More Projects. Since the report was submitted on February 8 plans and specifications for about 20 additional projects have been received from New York, West Virginia, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, Maine, Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, and Virginia. The president's approval of plans for purchasing between 3,000,000 and 5,000,000 acres of agricultural land to retire it from production will fit in closely with the restoration plans included in the committee's report, members said. Most of the area BO bought, after the present owners have been transferred to other land, will be returned to its wild state for timber production or use as wild game preserves and sanctuaries, game fish streams, waterfowl nesting and breeding areas, and erosion control projects. Dam Dmlnajse Ditches. In converting the areas, drainage ditches will be dammed to reston water levels, marshes and lakes wil be allowed to return to their natura state, natural cover and feed for wild animals and birds will be allowed to grow, and the areas wil be patrolled to guard against fires and poaching. Members of the committee, Thomas H. Beck of Wilton, Conn., J. N. Darling of Deg Moines and Prof. Aldo Leopold of Madison, Wis., declared in a statement: "There is incontrovertible evidence of a critical and continuing decline in our wild life resources, especially migratory waterfowl, due to the destruction and neglect of vast natural breeding and nesting areas by drainage, the encroachment of agriculture, and the random effeorts of our disordered progress toward an undefined goal." very easily be wrong, avers Dr. Roy Chapman Andrews, scientist. Andrews, a director of the American Museum of Natural history and who has a deep aversion to any form of nature "faking," and a scientific dislike of faulty observation, today had this comment upon the strange sea beast washed ashore near Cherbourg, France. "From the description it would appear that this creature resembles nothing in the animal kingdom," he said. "Were it not for several details, I would predict that a careful examination might prove it to be some species of seal." Dr. Aidrews said the perplexing peculiarities of the thing were its long neck and the traditional camel- like face. "When this latest addition to sea serpent lore is examined, the sea serpent will still be a myth. I think," he concluded. Sculpture Project Is Provided Communities in Iowa, SUI Reports IOWA CITY, March 1.--Sculpture it reasonable rates for artists and with materials at cost now is available to Iowa communities by cour- esy of the University of Iowa ichool of fine arts. The co-operative plan which is be- ng launched is available to any .ommunity, municipality or tax supported institution of the state. It can be applied to such projects as monuments, statues, fountains or sculptural reliefs for buildings. Expert Advice Free. From the school of fine arts, expert advice can be obtained without charge, with Harry E. Stinion, associate In the department of graphic and plastic arts, as the chief consultant. Modeling, casting and carving work will be done by unemployed irtists at reasonable rates, and all materials, Including clay and armatures, can be purchased at cost. The plan was suggested by the work now under way in the public works of art studios at the university. Under terms of this plan, the town of Lake View soon will have an 11 foot statue of Blackhavfk, famous Indian chieftain on the shore of Blackbawk lake. Work on Indian Statue. Started a year ago, the work was halted by tying up of funds in closed banks, but when Iowa was allotted artists under' CWA, five sculptors were set at work. Mr. Stlnson made the working model. It is expected that numerous Iowa communities, which never considered works of art within their financial reach, will take advantage of the university's plan. Rufus H, Fitz gerald, administrative director o the fine arts school, will have gen eral supervision. HAIRY SEA BEAST ATTRACTS CROWD Mysterious Marine Animal Washed Ashore on Coast of North France. CHERBOURG, Krance, March 1, (.'P)--A strange, hairy sea beast with a horse's neck drew a gaping crowd of excited Normen coastal folk to the Querqueville rock near here today. The mysterious marine animal was washed ashore there and the crowci gathered early this morning to await its identification. Professor Corbiere, Cherbourg's eminent scholar of natural history-although a botanist and 70 years old--eagerly set out on the four mile trek to the.scene to inspect the weird body. Everybody who gathered 'round to view the monster had an idea about its identity. Wiseacres Speak Up. Some wiseacres there were who declared it was a giant seahorse which probably had been wounded in a collision with a liner in Cherbourg's busy ocean roadways. -Others pointed out its resemblance to published descriptions of the so-called Loch Ness monster in Scotland. It was described as being 25 feet long and four and one-half feet in diameter, with a thin neck, three feet long and a head like that of a camel. Covered With Hair. As if those peculiarities weren't enough, the creature was said to have two lateral swimming fins, in addition to the tail. Moreover, il was covered with white hair. There was a rush to attempt the task of identification because the decomposed condition of the body aroused fear it might lose its scientific value unless studied soon. ; Could Easily Be Wrong. ! NEW YORK. March 1. (if)--In i the matter of identifying sea. ser- | pents. TiO million Frenchmen could I 101 MAROONED UPON ICE FLOE Russian Rescue Commission Plans to Send Relief Party to Alaska. MOSCOW, March 1. U'V--A Russian rescue commission laid plans today to extend to Alaskan bases, it necessary', an expedition to save 101. men and women marooned on an ice floe in the Bering Straits, off northern Siberia. Ten members of this Wrangol Island expedition whose vessel, thn Cheliuskin, sank Feb. 13, are reported to be suffering severely from weakness and exposure. Two small children are among them. Need Speedy Rescue. "It is not merely a question oC escuo now, but the speediest pos- ible rescue," said V. V. Kuybysheff, lead of the commission. Three Russian aviators, one ot vhom flew to the aid of Jimmy Pattern when he cracked his plane n a forced landing on his round-the- world flight, arrived in New York yesterday with orders to proceed to Vashington and await orders from Moscow. Near In Alaska, Kuybysheff said they may be sent to Alaska to attempt an aerial rescue from Nome. The position of the castaways was last reported as 68.25 north latitude, 173.9 west ougitude, approximately 200 miles due west of Point Hope, the nearest Alaskan territory. The three aviators, ranked among' Lhe foremost in Russia, are S. A. Levenevsky, Mattern's Samaritan: G. A. Ushakoff and Slepney. They sailed for New York aboard the. Olympic. They did not carry planes. Kuybysheff said the United States government had not been asked for assistance, but indicated that any help from that quarter would bn gratefully received by the soviet gox'ernment. Henderson, Pioneer Auto Maker, Dies CORAL GABLES, Fla., March 1 W)--Thomas Henderson, 84, pioneer automobile manufacturer and one of the founders of the Winton Motor Car company, died today after a month's illness. He came here six years ago from Cleveland. 2 Des Moines Yale Students Get Honor NEW HAVEN. Conn., March 1. '/Pi--Two Des Moinea students P.*. Yale university today were named among the 107 new members and associates elected to Sigma XI, national honorary scientific society. Theodore Grefe Mehlin and Milton. Charles Forster, students in the graduate school, were elected to membership. They were the only lowans honored. lowan Injured While Trimming Tree Dies DES MOINES, March 1. ~JP1-- Rufus Davidson, 40. of Jefferson, died last night in Iowa Methodist, hospital from injuries suffered in sawing a limb from a tree. The falling limb struck Davidson in head. the Hovey, Tex., bids fair to becomti the newest "ghost city" of the state. Only about six families live in the community now, and the postofflco has been discontinued. 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