The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1933
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NOVEMBER 30 Mi 1933 You may scoff if you like at the ,i poverty in which the Lapps live, but 'f' you never heard of anyone fore. ,, closing a mortgage on an Igloo.-- m' Boston Transcript. End Serious Coughs With Creomulsion Don't let them get · strangle hold. Fight germs quickly. Creo- raulslon combines the 7 best helps known to modern science. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your own druggist is authorized to refund your money on the spot if your cough or cold is not relieved hy Creomulsion. (adv.l MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Flames Damage Home of Mrs, Leita Clausen CLEAR LAKE, Nov. 30.--Fire did considerable damage to the attic and upper floor of the home of Mrs. Leita Clausen here this morning. The cause of the fire had not been determined, but the flames started near the cuimney. Mr. and Mrs. Miiton Olson and Mrs. O. M. Olson are guests of relatives at Miller-for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. K P. Walker and son, Bob, are observing Thanksgiving- with Mr. Walker's mother in Payette. After- Thanksgiving Specials! COAT SALE! Starting Friday! Marvelous coats that you have admired at much higher prices! You'll enthuse over their richness of furs, smartness of fashions, superiority of fabrics and tailoring! Unheard-of bargains await wide-awake shoppers during this event! Very Remarkable! Superior quality coats at ridiculously low cost! All high-type creations . . . . luxuriously furred with select pelts! Exclusive one- of-a-kind fashions! Each richly silk lined and warmly interlined! Values positively never b e f o r e equalled! 3 South Federal Ave. RITES HELD FOR ROBERT WALLS S i b l e y Pastor Officiates; Burial Is Made at Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, Nov. 25.--Funeral services for Robert Russell Walls, 3, were held at the Frank Daker home Tuesday afternoon. Services were conducted by the Rev. Paul Jackson of Sibley, a relative of the family. The boy was born May 22, 1930, and died Nov. 26, after an illness of only a few hours. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walls, Clear Lake; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Daker, and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Walls, Clear Lake. Three uncies, Leonard, Ralph and Donald Walls, and one aunt, Mrs. Emll J. Broers, Mason City, also survive the child. Other relatives include Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson and family. Sibley; Mr. and Mrs. 'Edgar Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Robinson, Mr. ard Mrs. Sam Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, Clarion. Relatives from out-of-town attending the rites were John and Margaret Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Sands and family, Hancock, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson and family, Sibley; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Allau Roblson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, all of Clarion. ^ NINE Clear Lake GIobe^Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising f Residence Phone 67 CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. Harold Shoop and son arrived Wednesday afternoon from Los Angeles, Cal., to spend Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Lee, and parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Shoop. Dance Clear Lake Country club. Saturday, Dec. 2. Each 40c. W, O. Brayer who resides north of Centura Is quite 111. Mrs. Mabel Melbergen has loft for St. Petersburg, Fla., where she will spend the winter. Miss Laura Hendy is visiting with a friend, Mrs. H. P. Pike, at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. DeMott were guesta of Mrs. DeMott'a grandmother at Waterloo on Thanksgiv- !»£·- Carl Bless of Belmond is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bless, Clara street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goranson and family spent Thursday at Thompson with Mr. Goranson's mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Patterson left Wednesday afternoon for Austin whore they were holiday guests of their neice, Mrs. Fred Ulriier. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Herrimnn, South Third street,, left. Tuesday for St. Cloud, Fla., where th'ey will spend the winter months. Paul Welty of Nevada arrived to spend Thanksgiving with his family who are visiting at the M. N. Nelson home, south of Clear Lake- Mr, and Mrs. Paul Pattschull and son, Lowell, were guests Thanksgiving at the A. D. Birdsall home. Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Pattschull left for Des Moioes where they will spend the week-end. George Frost, who is attending Iowa State college at Ames, arrived home Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frost. Hnlsey Corey, Sanborn, Is a houseguest at the Rev. B. W. Rincr home. He is a student in the school of engineering at Milwaukee. Max Bird of Boone is spending Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bird. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Bonncr and Frank Bonner, South Second street, TO REPAIR TOYS AT HIGH SCHOOL Girl Scouts Anxious to Make Doll Clothes to Bring Holiday Cheer. CLEAR LAKE, Nov. 30 --W M Judy, manual arts instructor 'has announced that this department of the high school will mend, repair and rejuvenate all types of toys. No matter how badly battered up the toys may appear he urges the public to bring them to the schools that they may be repaired soon and placed in the Christmas stocking of needy children of the city. Mrs. J. W. Pattic, president of the Civic league, is co-operating with Mr. Judy and assisting in collecting toys. Girl Scouts are also asking for bits of material with which to make doll clothes. The girls have made several dolls themselves and have some old ones which they will dress. Emmabelle Thomas is head of this organization here and will assist in collecting the materials. spent the holiday with friends at Eagle Grove. Miss Margaret Carlyon of Minneapolis arrived Tuesday to be a weekend guest at the home of Mrs. F. R. Palmer and Mrs. W. H. Rosemond. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jamison, South Fourth street, are visiting at Bellefontaine, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George BnlCrldgo were guests today at the home o£ their daughter at Kanawha. Mrs. C. C. Weedman has returned to her home here after spending the past month with her parents in North Dakota. Special Showing of . . . G R U N O W RADIOS and REFRIGERATORS at Oar Opening--Sat., Dec. 2 NEW LOCATION--2 2-2nd N. E. Visit our new store Saturday for particulars concerning Free Radio to be given away Saturday night WITH LIVfNG TONE N EVER before such a thrill in radio. This is the greatest advance yet made and as usual, the genius of W. C. Grunow is responsible. There are seven Grunow models to choose from--all with sensational (new features. The new and amazing SI-LEC-TROL, a Grunow innovation permits even a child blind-folded to tune the set perfectly. Model shown is a beautiful modernistic A. C.--D. C. type. Compact, powerful---easily moved from home to office or wherever needed. CAN Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. PHONE 2067 22 SECOND STREET N. E. TO OPEN IN NEW STORE QUARTERS Maytag Agency Is Moved to 22 Second Street Northeast. Opening in its new quarters at 22 Second Btreet northeast, the Maytag agency in Mason City will be well on Its sixth year in Mason City. Moving from its former quarters at 13 First street southeast where It has been located for the past five and one-half years the agency will be housed in much larger quarters to accommodate other lines of products as well. T. D. Larson, manager of the store, has been the local manager for the company since the agency was opened here. He came to Mason City from Fort Dodge, where he was associated with the company for some time. Line Added To. Since opening his first store in Mason City in small quarters across the street from the First street location, Mr. Larson has added Majestic and Grunow products to the store. A full line of Maytag washers and ironers and Majestic and Grunow radios and refrigerators is now carried in stock, with the latest designs in modern lines in all products. Saturday has been set as the ipenlng day at the new location, at which time boohs on "Home Laundry" will be given to each woman visitor and cigars will De given to the men. Housed in a fireproof structure, the new quarters have been recently redecorated in modernistic effects, with the store finished in light cream color wtih silver horizontal bands on the sides of the walls up approximately to eye level. The floor has been rcfinished in deep maroon. Modernistic decorations have also been added In fixtures and lamps which add to the display of the products. Sales Force Increased. Mr. Larson has added to his sales force until he now has five persons working for him in his sales, service and office departments. Some idea of the expansion in the business of the store may be gained from the recent record set by the store of placing 600 gasoline engine equipped washing machines In the county. A new model Maytag washer and ironer has recently been added to the line, according to Mr. Larson. PARK THEATER CLEAJR, t-AKE Thursday-Friday Mae West in "I'M NO ANGEL." Saturday-Sunday "ONE MAN'S JOURNEY" With Uonel Barrymore incorporating many new exclusive features, such as floating power, rubber casters, etc. An exhibit of this new washer is on display In the window at the new quarters and a cutaway model, showing parts of the machine in operation, is also on display. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the many kindnesses and deep expressions of sympathy shown us in our deep sorrow and also for the beautiful floral offerings. MR. and MRS. RUSSELL WALLS, MR. asd MRS. FRANK DAKER, ' I. L. WALLS and FAMILY. The E. E. Butz family Is spending Thanksgiving with Mr. Butz' father and family at Meservey. The A. R, Widg-er family Is vlslt- 'ng relatives In Pella today. ADDITIONAL CLEAR LAKE NEWS ON PAGE 10 Fink's Smart Apparel Brand New DRESSES for After Thanksgiving In All of the New High Shades Red, Gold, Green, Chinese Blue, Etc. For Hostess, Sunday Nite, Dance and Street Wear $5-90 Friday and Saturday Only COATS aturday Onl 14 Special Friday and Saturday Only Beautiful FUR TRIMMED COATS, Far exceeding in value anything offered hereto- tofore at up to double this price. Be sure to see these. $ 00 Values to $26.50 Century of Progress SMOCKS Each boxed individually, marvelous as a gift. From the famous Dorna Gorden line. Von could not select anything more useful. 15 SOUTH FEDERAL New Location for Maytag Store i The Cerro Gordo Maytag Company has moved to a new location in the Delaware building at 22 Second street northeast. The new store is one of the finest in Iowa and offers increased facilities to both present and prospective Maytag owners. Come to the formal opening on Saturday, December 2nd. Special Truckload of May tags Arrives i for Opening The shipment contains all models and includes the new cast-aluminum model 30, the finest washer Maytag ever built, yet at no increase in price. There is also a good supply of the popular model 10, which is still selling at-- Low prices on Maytag equipped with gasoline Multi-Motor engines This Maytag only SC/1.50 64 But ivith higher wages and shorter hours, prices most go up. Buy now and get tho extra savings. Choose- your Maytag at today's low prices. Come In and se« our new Rtore and the new Maytag. Investigate thn easy payment plan. The Cerro Gordo Maytag Co 22 Second St. N. E. The Maytag Company--Manufacturers Founded 1893 Phone 2067 Newton, Iowa

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