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March 20, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 20 1936 iriUEB Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 SITES HELD FOR ZEARIN6 WOMAN Mrs. W. W. Buffington Was Reared in Clear Lake; Leaving in 1934. CLEAR LAKE--A large crowd of relatives and friends attended the funeral services for Mrs. W. W. Buffington of Zearing, who died Tuesday morning at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. D. Hartsough. Mrs. Buffington, nee Verna Hartsough, was born Dec. 10, 1896. She attended the Clear Lake public schools, being graduated with the class of 1915. In September of the same year she was married to Walter Buffington. They resided on farms in Cerro Gordo county until two years ago when they moved to Nevada. This spring the family moved to Zearing. Attend in Unit. Mrs. Faith Monaghen sang two selections at the services. The Women's Relief corps attended the rites in a unit. Pallbearers were Leo Biting, Ralph McGrady, Syd McGrady, Theodore Bach, Vern Hinds and Spence Abrahms, all neighbors when the family lived north of Clear Lake. Dr. B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated at the services. Surviving are her husband, Walter Buffington and four children, Lucile 20; Kenneth 17. Marlys 13 and Mollie Leone, 5; her mother, Mrs. W. D. Hartsough, and a half- sister, Mrs. Charles Stewart, Bristow, Relatives at Funeral. Relatives at the sei-vices were: Mr. and Mrs. William Havenhill, Wapello; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Buffington, Columbus Junction; C. E. Buffington, Sperry; Mrs. Charles Stewart and Mrs. Murrfield, both of Bristow; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Buffington, Mrs. Raymond Buffington, Mrs. Al Mondt. Mrs. Latham, all of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Anderson, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Van Horn, Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Van Horn, Noah Van Horn, Mrs! Wilbur Gray and Dean Ashland, all of Clear Lake. Friends from Nevada attending the services were: Mrs. Keesce Samson, Mrs. John Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. John Wycoff, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Knudson, Mr. and Mrs. James Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. James Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kemmer, Henry Kemmer, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Ad- kerman and Fred Gates. ' Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Confirmation class Saturday at 9. Sunday school at 9:45. Morning worship at 11, sermon by Christian Lystig of the Lutheran Theological seminary, St. Paul. Music by the junior and senior vested choirs.-H. O. Urness, pastor. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday school at 10. Preaching at 11 by pastor. Prayer meeting at 7:30.--S. M, Stenby, pastor. METHODIST Confirmation class Saturday at 10. Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching at 11, theme, "Lead Us Not Into Temptation," the fifth in a series on the Lord's prayer. Epworth League at 6:30 with open forum led by the pastor.-The young people will have the liberty of bringing 1 any Bible questions to the forum. Evening worship at 7:30.--Dr. B. W Riner, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Church school at 10. Church worship at 11 with special music by adult choir. Rehearsal Sunday morning at 10:15. The third message of the Lenten sermon series, "With Christ Through Lent," will be the consideration of the theme. "Interpreters of Christ for Our Day," by the pastor. Special program at Congo club at 6:30, followed by social hour and refreshments. -- H. E. Blough, pastor. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school at 10. -Preaching service at 11. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening service at 7:30. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30.--Sirs. H. M. Dunsmoor and James Miller, pastors ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC First mass at 8 o'clock. Second mass at 10 o'clock. Confessions will be heard Saturday evening at 7:45. --E. J. Supple, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST At I. 0. O. F. hall. Bible school at 10. Communion at 11.--Mrs. Amy Walters, S. S. superintendent. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Sunday school at 10. Church services at 11, theme, "Matter." Wednesday evening services at S. A \/ C S3 V A Y Kill THEATER GARNER SUN., MON., TUES. March 22, 23, 24 The Season's Greatest Picture Magnificent Obsession Starring IRENE DUNNE ROBERT TAYLOR PARK THEATER Tonight A Warner Bros. Picture "The Widow From Monte Carlo" with Dolores Del Rio and Warren William. News, Vitaphonc Vaudeville and Scrappy. 10c-l(ic. SATL'KDAV and SUNDAY A rar.imoniil Picture "The Bride Comes Home" n-iHi Claudette Colbert, Admission lOc and 16r. William Pierce Obtains Honor Post in U. S. Navy Lake Man Is Highly Recommended by Commanding Officer. CLEAR LAKE -- William H. Pierce, son of O. J. Pierce, North Center street, who enlisted in the U. S. navy at Des Moines, in December, has won for himself the coveted title of "Period of Training Honor Man" of his company which has just completed its 12 weeks of recruit training. John J. Bartholdi, lieutenant-commander of the U. S. navy, says of him: "This is an honor of which Tie can be justly proud since this title is given to the one man of each company who has demonstrated that his personal apearance is of an habitually higher standard than that of the other men in his company, that his initiative is unquestionable, and that he has above average ability to profit from instructions given. "What this distinction means to the man who earns it and to the* community from which he comes, may be more readily appreciated when it is realized that the navy is accepting for enlistment only those young men who are physically, mentally and morally above reproach. The 125 men in his company are representatives of practically every state west of the Mississippi river. To stand above his fellows as he has done, all of whom are carefully selected men and all competing for the same honor, speaks well for young Pierce and reflects very favorably on the training he received in his home and community." WILLIAM PIERCE Clear Lake Briefs Now--Bush's home made bread sliced at your grocer, lOc loaf. New cotton dresses at $1.95. Nichols Shop. Miss Clothilde Phillippe, Chicago, is spending several weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Phillippe. Style show, Lake theater, Wed., March 25th, by Sondrol Co., Oluf T. Hanson Co. and Nichols Shop. Larson's North Shore Place will open for the season Sunday. Come try our chicken dinner, 40c. Also home made ice cream. Miss Lynette Comstock, student at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, will arrive Monday to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Comstock. She is spending- the week-end in Chicago with friends. While the opportunity lasts select your wallpaper for spring decorations at lowest costs. Bass Pharmacy. We sell automobile insurance at savings. Cerro Gordo Loan Investment Co.. Clear Lake. Mrs. H. S. Speer. Portland., Ore., is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. F. P. Walker and family, South Second street. Mrs. Speer is enroute home after a trip to Washington, D. C., for a visit with her two daughters. Choice Beef Boast, our usual quality, 12,ic Ib. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Come in and get your free sample wallpaper booklets at Bass Pharmacy. Donald Jenkins, son of Mrs. James Armstrong, has enlisted in the U. 1 S. navy and left this week for Des Moines. No. 10 Prunes, solid pack, 23c. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Special--Beet' liver, per lt., 10c. Hansen's Meat Mkt. Halvor Comstock, who is working at Minneapolis, will spend the week-end in Clear Lake with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Comstock, South street. Pure Leaf Lard, in bulk, 2 Ibs. 25c. Basket Grocery, Clear Lake. Miss Kathryn Joslyn, student at Iowa State college, Ames, will arrive Friday night to spend between quarters with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, East Main stret. She will return for classes again Wednesday. New felt and straw hats, .$1.95 and 52.95. Nichols Shop. Fancy beef roasts, 12c Jl. Hansen's Meat Market. Mrs. Peter Anderson, North Fifth street, is spending this week at Minneapolis with her father, H. R. Underdahl, who is critically ill. Linen, voile and crepe blouses, $1.95 to S4.95. Nichols Shop. Miss Maryanna Frost will arrive Friday to spend the week-end at Clear Lake with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frost, North Fourth street. Bradley knitted dresses, $12.95 up. Nichols Shop. Carl N. Barney, manager of the Park theater for two years, is critically ill at the Mercy hospital. Mason City. Spring dresses, printed or plain silk, all sizes, $5.95 up. Nichols Shop. Clear Lake Theater "THE BKIDE COMES HOME" IS FEATURE AT PAHK. Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray, who met such wide favor as a light romantic team in their first Paramount picture, "The Gilded Lily," are brought together again in the new comedy-romance, "The Bride Comes Home," which plays at the Park theater Saturday and Sunday. "The Bride Comes Home," is an original story written especially for Miss Colbert by Claude Binyon, and though it resembles "The Gilded Lily" in that it treats of the prob' lems confronting_young lovers of today, its originality makes it one of the most amusing screen farces of the year. ANN HARDING STARRING IN PRODUCTION AT LAKE. "The Lady Consents" which comes to the Lake theater Sunday and Monday brings Ann Harding and Herbert Marshall together on the screen in a delightful comedy drama of married life. Miss Harding in one of her best roles unveils the love psychology of romantic husbnds who are constantly indulging in affairs of the heart although they are really in love with their own wives. Margaret Lindsay is the second wife, and Walter Abel, Edward Ellis. Hobart Cavanaugh and Ilka Chase have supporting roles. Tie story i s smart, modern, sophisticated comedy drama in which intrigue and tragedy are unfolded in gay surroundings. MRS.'PUNKE TO BE HOSTESS TO CLUB Mrs. G. E. Punke will be hostess to the library Reading club Monday afternoon. Mrs. Studyvin will review the book. "New Worlds for Old," by Rrina Skariatina and Vic tor Blakeslee. Joe Siegel Appeals His Conviction to High Court of Iowa DES MOINES, W) -- Attorneys for Joe Siegel, convicted of manslaughter in Woodbury county, filed with the supreme court Friday a petition for rehearing of the court's ·efusal to reverse the conviction. The petition declared Siegel had been denied his constitutional rights because the court said in its opinion that he "could not receive a new trial because of newly discovered evidence, regardless of appellant's (Siegel's) innocence." Siegel was convicted of slaying! Glenn Gross in a quarrel at the Valley Gardens nig'ht club at Sioux City. MAJtNIS HATCH IS FETED ON BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Minettc entertained at dinner Thursday night in honor of the birthday of Miss Marnis Hatch. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Minette and son, James, Oreta Minette, Floyd Jacobson of Clear Lake and Vincent Minette, Elkader. Miss Dorthy Stuart, student at Iowa State college, Ames, will spend several days between terms with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stuart, North Third street. Harold Cruno resumed his work at his real estate and insurance office/Friday after being quarantined with the mumps for two weeks. A lot of automobile accidents would never have happened if there had been less under the hood--and a little more under the hat.--Lincoln County, Kans., News. CVS *C *75Q ·J in *· AND 195 *4 An AND I NEW STYLES . AND COLORS ABEL SON INC. LAKE THEATRE FRIDAY - SATURDAY Double Feature GEO, O'BRIEN THUNDER MOUNTAIN Also--"CASE OF THE MISSING MAN" SUNOAY - MONDAY Ann Harding - Herbert. Marshall THE LADY CONSENTS Matinee Till 2, 21c After 2--26c; Children lOc IT'S SENSATIONAL! With Tubs Special Combination Offer Includes: Famous Voss, Regular Price $49.95 Safety Wringer, Regular Price. . . . 10.00 2 Laundry Tubs, Regular Price.. . 8.50 Total Value ..... During This Sale You Get Them Ail For Only . . $68.45 Little as Trade In Your Old Washer! HERE IT IS--DON'T MISS IT! Beginning . . . Saturday, March 21 CURRIE-VAN NESS COMPANY'S COOKING SCHOOL MODERNIZE with MIRRO The Finest A L U M I N U M The modern kitchen should certainly include some pieces of new Mirro Aluminumware. These special prices make it easy for you to add new notes of bright beauty to your kitchen while enjoying time-saving convenience. MIRRO Regular 51.75, now P/2 QUART, $«.59 Regular $1.95, now JL 2 QUART, ?'fl.79 Regular $2.25, now JL ' MIRRO 3-Quart Self-Measuring SAUCE PAN, Regular 90c value 59c MIRRO Mirro Mountain CAKE PANS Large Size ANGEL CAKE PAN $1.19 You luili'.'s who have attended the Globe-Gazette Cooking; School have hud un opportunity to see how the use of fine up-to-date cooking utensils speeds up and improves kitchen work. Now, we have planned this sale so -that all North Iowa women win properly stock their kitchens. Plan to visit our Housewares department tomorrow-see for yourself what marvelous values are being offered! It's Spring--and Time For ROLLER SKATES Every boy and girl should have skates--here's our special: Ball bearing, Bull Dog Skates--reinforced, e x t r a rugged wheels at only $115 RENT OUR FLOOR SANDER-WAXER Ktx up yo t ur floors this Spring 1 this easy, economical way. Kent our new liifgo size Dreadnought Sander by the hour, day or week. The Electric Polisher makes floor waxing a pleasure, and speeds tip the housework! SAVE $2 ON A NEW Wesfringhouse Electric Iron 4 Pound and 4Vz Pound Regular $5.95 Iron Regular $6.95 Iron .95 Regular $8.95 Iron Complete With Cord EXTRA SPECIAL! 4 f 0r 2§e GOTTSCHALK'S METAL SPONGE -- This Sale GRISWOLD CAST A L U M I N U M Here are specials in Griswold Heavy CAST ALUMINUM to make every housewife smile . . . all are genuine Griswold · · . all prices reduced! NO. 6 SKILLET WITH COVER. Fine for Steaks. No. 8 Dutch Oven WITH ENAMEL COVER $2.85 Value. $4.98 On Sale 1 De Luxe CHROME SKILLET With Wood Handle S* .49 $2 Value for I No. 2 Food Chopper Needed the $* .79 year 'round JL PYREX SAUCE PAN LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! 59c WIRE CLOTHES LINES. 100 Feet. Very Special at Ironing Board Pad and Cover WIRE PAPER BURNERS Just the thing for burning paper and rubbish. This Sale Exceptional. Value at HOUSEHOLD PAPER A full line of K and V Parchment Paper, Dusting Paper, 75 ft. roll, 50c; Cooking Parchment Paper. 75 ft. roll, 50c; Folded Parchment Paper, 2 ft. square, pack, 25c.' Shelf Papers in various colors and widths. SAG-PROOF PINLESS STRETCHERS The Last Word! Must Be Seen to Be Appreciated. For Curtains $| .79 up to 48x84 i For Curtains ? y - ' 9 up to 60x108 CURTAIN RODS Flat Extension HANDY HOUSECLEANING HELPS FOR HOUSEWIVES! Kuban Dust Mops, Jr. size, 98c Large size $1.35 Brass Wash Board 4!)c Large Clothes Stonipcrs, .. 79c Johnson's Klcen Floor Duster 50c Johnson's Furniture Polish, 16 ounces 75c Lin-X Floor Finish, Pint 79c; Quart -... Sl.39 Climax Wall Taper Cleaner, 3 for Me Dic-A-Uoo. package 20c Great Stuff Wall and Woodwork Cleaner ...... 5()c Sponges, Fine Household size 35c to 75c Window Cleaner .... 23c and up Window Brushes .... 50c and up Knamd Dish Fans, 14 qt, .. 6!)c Chamois 50o and up Wiudex 20c Dranu, 3 cans Me this sale Sani-flush !!·· Clothes Pius, 50 for !)c Clothes Baskets, medium size, oval basket made from good quality reed 8flc Clothes Baskets, medium size splint basket 6!)c Genuine Pyrex to be used on top of the stove, removable handle. Must be seen to be appreciated. Two sizes. MONEY-SAVING Special Tables You'll get s. big "kick" out of going through the items on this BARGAIN TABLE! A miscellaneous group of odd items . . . all worth several times this sale price. You'll want several! Your | Choice cents The items on this table include aluminum, japamvnre. woodenware, etc. Prices cut as much as imc half! Scott Paper Towels and Holder COCO DOOR MATS $1 and up RUBBER Mats . up 2 Full Rolls and Holder

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