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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Fertile Club Meets FERTILE July Calender circls met In the basement of the Christian church Thursday afternoon The man worth while is the man who can smile when the world goes along as it Herald Leonard Refrigerators nt Factory Cost Plus Freight Easy Payments No 75 Ibs capacity JOC No 100 Its capacity dO7 A A Harflwood Cabinets With White Enamel Lining No 75 Ibs capacity No 100 Ibs capacity JjCQ Hardwood Cabinets With One Piece Porcelain Lining All Refrigerators Built With Cork Board Insulation National Ice Chests 50 Lbs Capacity Divided for Ice and food Cork board Insulation ritfi nn cash with order and per month for 3 months 300 Now in Use in Mason City o Customers or Prospec tive Customers on our routes only CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO 11 First St S W Phone 113211 Builds Kensett Pilling Station KENSETT uly Jor genson has purchased the George Johnson vacant lot on the highway anil Is starting the edectlon of an up to date filline station MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY JULY Leave for Minneapolis Iv Mr and Mrs Viv tor Randal and children Roy Lyla Curtis and Loraine lett or Minne apolis where they nill visit their rela tives Health and comfort are too precious to risk for the sake of a few cents Thats why there is a growing de mand for safe and sure r DEVELOPED AT MELLON INSTITUTE Or RESEARCH BY B CX HESEMlfft FE BOOMHOWER STREETER Phone 142 SMITH HARDWARE 113 No Federal Paul Says Whether its a soda a salad a sandwich or a meal youre sure to enjoy it more in the cool pleasant atmosphere of the Green Mill Why notchoose your Sunday dinner from our menu made up of choice things to eat Meet Your Friends at TheGreen Mill Cafe THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD W f FOURS Lontlng SIXES b Laming BY THIS SIGN The Radiator Lima ofAUDurant Can Are Durant built products have always heen distin guished for one thing 4 the perfect relation of weight to Power resulting in performance that is talked In the new Durant line this characteristic is more dominant than ever while outwardly all Durants now have one common feature a similarity in distinctive appearance L AU MOTOR CO 29 SECOND ST S K PHONE 967 MONTH AFTER MONTH DURANT FACTORIES CONTINUE TO HREAK THEIR OWN PRODUCTION RECORDS FIVE Sunday at Local Churches j GOLDEN TEXT This is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation that Christ Jesus Came Into the world to save sinners I Timothy ALLIANCE Gospel North Del minister Dean L Dibble Church service opens at with aware avenue Street meeting Satur day at 8 p m on usual corner Sun day school at 2 p m Emmit McKen zie superintendent Devotional serv ice at 3 jj at which time the pas tor will resume his serial messages In II Corinthians The subject will be Preachlmj Christs Evan gelistic service at 8 p when the pastor will bring a message on Four Little Wise Creatures in the form of a blackboard talk Prayer meeting Tuesday at 8 p m The Womans Missionary Helpers band will meet Wednesday at 2 p the horn of Holy Eucharist at 0 a in This will be the last service before the vector leaves on his Rev C F Hinton rector EVANGELICAL Adums and Four teenth northwest The Sunday school will j meet In regular session at 10 a m c E Baker Is ihe superin tendent Morning worship at 11 The P W Pfaltzsraff will talk on Prophet Sirs Ben Bmmert four miles east of Mason City for a missionary study The young people will meet in the jjraff class roof Thursday evening at 8 lo study the fourth chapter of Daniel On Friday evening at S the summer Ttihle school will have a Otto A Simon pastor BAPTIST school opens at 10 in charge of Mrs C L Marston Morn ing worship begins at 11 with the or gan prelude played by Mrs J E Sline hart Special music will be presented and the pastor will preach from the subject A Foolish The eve ning service of evangelism will open at S with a 10 minute service of sons The pastor will preach from the sub ject A Spiritual The business meeting held last Wednesday evening was adjourned until Wednes day evening July IS when bids will be received for the decorating of the interior of the Pickett pastor CATHOLIC Holj at 7 oclock Sunday morning Rev Richard P Murphy pastor L The St at 6 S nud 10 oclock Sunday morning Benediction at 3 p m The Rev Dean P S OConnor Father Krieger assistant Church CHRISTIAN of Christ Fourth and Adams northwest Bible school begins with department worship communion and seimon The Rev Stowes sermon is the Joys of Fel M B Pringle the pastor the Church of Christ at Hampton will have charge of the evening preaching for the Rev Stowe while he is in Hampton in the interest of the local church lite con ference which will be held In Mason City July 17 and IS Mrs J B Mac Gregors morning organ numbers are James H Rogers as the prelude from Joclyn by Godard will the offer tory The prelude is by Rogers In the evening the prelude is by Hyatt the offertory Con Senttmento by Topers and the postlude Finals by Batiste Mrs Zumwalt announces the choir num bers as The Largo from Handel the evening number CUve Ear Unto My by C Stowe minister CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Washington nnd Third street north west Sunday services 11 Sub ject Sunday school a in Wednesday testimonial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Week a to P except Wednesday when It closes at 7 p m CONGREGATIONAL school Worship II Boy Scouts Tuesday evening Fellowship service Wednesday eve ning At the morning worship the Rev Dibble will ptench from the theme Virtue of Right Special music will he organ by Mrs IShlers Melody by and hy Frost anthem Trust in the Hnnrtol and solo hy Mr EHISCOIAL St service only The Evening worship begins with a SOUR iervfce at TheRev Mr the second talk cm the the Shcepfold tn the paslor LUTHERAN sixteenth and seventeenth on North Sunday school and Bible class service sermon topic The Christians Concern About Daily Mk S 19 man service Thursday evening choir practice C A Hinz pastor Central and Con necllcut Sunday school and Bible class at 9 D K Lundberg superintendent Morningworship 10 sermon topic Walking With Prelude Pray from Dor Freischutz Von Weber Anthem Like as a Hall Or ferlory Songof Korsakoff Postlude Allegro Moderate in Hosmer Choir rehearsal Thursday at p m A O Soholm pastor Phones 52620M street southeast t Jersey avenue Sunday school at Morning worship nt Ser mon topic Mans Righteousness ver sus Gods Music by mixed quartet The evening service will be Hie closing exercises of the vacation Bible school Program by the children Orchestra practice Wednes day evening The Luther league meets Thursday evening in the assem bly room of the church Committee In charge Fern Newburg Melford New burg andMr and Mrs Paul D Gus tation The Junior Mission band will meet Satxtrrtay afternooi the luune of Ellen Twentyninth street southwest B T Erholm paslor St Sixth street south east rfradcd Sunday school 3 a EllaWoisnnk superintendent Ameri can services 10 a text Kt lohu 202I German services 11 a text St Math 5 Choir practice Man nay evening Oswald E G Mall pas tor Trinity South Penn sylvania avenue Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock Divine services at oclock Gos pel Matthew G 2737 Jesus Inter prets the Evening service at oclock Miso Elizabeth Bcrslund teudier of the vacation Bible school will bring a message to the congre gation on Bible and Christian Liv Tuesday Trinity brotherhood invites all the members and friends of tlie church to bring their baskets for a picnic supper at East Park nt Mrs R E Pattou at the organ Kum bers for morning will be Andante in Batiste O Sole Eduardo Di Capua Festival Stults The double quartet will sins Save Me O Woller Misses Helen Barclay and Marguerite Leute negger will sing O Lord Remember Me by Caro Roma The Rev C B Luce from HocUford will deliver the sermon The Wesley league meets at in the chapel Miss Flossie Helm will have charge of the lesson and Mrs W L Bennett will sins The Asbury league meets at In the Junior room Kdgnr Walker will be loader for the evening and Miss Bon nie Beeler will play n piano solo The topic for the league lesson will be The Poetry of the Social Awaken At the evening church service S oclock Mrs Patton will play Ro Zitterbart A Summer Stulls March Gounod The service is in charge of tho Well Kum class and their president Glenn Gilbert will preside Their program will he as follows Songs I Want a Class and Help Olhcrs by tho class chorus prayer by L D Burnham teacher solo Im a Herbert Johnson by Kenneth Goodrich scrip ture lesson Glenn Gilbert Home Life a Test of My Mrs Glenn Gilbert Lyle Davis and Donald Brumgard Parting class chorus and benediction by class Sixth street southwest Sunday school at 10 oclock under tlio direction of Mrs Gertrude Kappel man Preaching at II Tho Juniors will meet at 7 p m Class meeting at followed by the evangelistic serv ice at S oclock The mens prayer meeting will be held in the basement of the church Tuesday evening at S oclock The women will meet at the parsonage at tho same hour The missionary society meet at the parsonage 141 Sixth street southwest Wednesday afternoon July IS at Yottev pastor Union Memorial North Carolina and Fourth street northeast 10 a Sunday school Mrs M M Brewton superintendent Tlie primary depart ment meets in basement of church Mrs Ida Smith superintendent The Mens Bible class meets In tear ot church 11 a incaching by the Rev 15 W Hannah district superin tendent followed by tlie Holy Com munion 7 p Epwovlh league Topic Hymns and Poetry of Ihe S p preachiiiR by the Kev E W Hannah The In oclock p m Thursday Boy Scouts at Friday Lincoln circle en lertainert by Mrs A L Wilson 115 North Connecticut nvcnuc Orchestra rehearsal at 7 p m Vacation Bible school will continue one more week O L N Wigdahl pastor MKTHOniST Second Northwest and North Washington Sunday scliool at with a special devotional pro gram in every department The Leen age department under the super vision oC Mrs A A Brings meets In the chapel Judge Clarks class for men meets In the courthouse at with a special program every Sunday by the Orphean nidr nnd Senior choir will furnish special music Wednesday evening prayer meeting S p L Lee pastor East State street school Carl Grupp superin tendent morning worship In English Epworll league Kvonlngr service in German Wednes day Bible prayer at thochurch in guages Friday rehearsal of mixed choir Sal inday 2 p Calu chisro Instruction Sumlay s j Sunday school at the schoolhouse one half mile south of Emery nnd preach ing service it 3 J Ruff paslor srhool nt n Mnruitijj worship at I oclock The Rev R Tnckson will preach the sermon nnd conduct communion at the morning servicp Bible study Thursday evening from S to fl oclock Music nt the church service hy Ihc jicw F Shefflci MISCKLLANKOUS Allison Cify fJnsppl Sixth street southwest Sunday school 3 m The penciling services will be at the tent on tho corner ot Fourth street and Van Buren avenue at a p and nt P m Tim Bruce Evangelistic parly will have MIDWEST FOR HOOVER CLAIM Republican Leader Roy 0 West Talks Politics With Coolidge SUPERIOR July Roy o West national republican com mitteeman from Illinois arrived In Superior todaj for a brief visit at the summer whito house to discuss national politics President Cool idge Mr West who Is also a member of the executive committee ot the na lonal committee and of the finance committee of the repuhli can party said upon detraining here that lie had a variety of mailers re garding which lie would like to con sult with the chiet executive Preliminary surveys of the political situation he said appeared lo him very favorable for his party Illinois he felt sure should five Hoover a plurality of or votes in the November elections The mid dip wosl generally he added would vote the republican ticket sooner than the Mr West said thnt he would not be aljle to remain over night at Cedar Island lodge as lie had heen Invited to do on account of pressure of work which required hi departure this eve ning Jle added that his nail had no connection with reports tliatMie was lining considered by President Cool ide as rc suitahle successor in the cabinet to pitliPr Secretary Hoover or Secretary Work Visits in ShcfMelil IKLD July Rev Adolph Orthner nnd family of Bay City arrived here for a weeks visit with frlendfl The Kcv Orllinor is a former piistor of the German Bap llat church here Uler a pleasure trip the Hrtv Orthner and family will return lo nay Cily from wliorc he will start for Karnenin Afrirn as a for thrco J curs Smith Plans Headquarters in MidWest Party Leaders Begin Laying Campaign Strategy for Nominee ALBA NT July nor Smilh was hack at Hie executive mansion today with the prospect of a rather quiet weekend after a tlrinp round oC political conference in New Vorh In consultation wllh party leaders the democratic presidential nominee lias started buildinpr up his campaign organization hut it ivitl 1m several weeks bofoie evervlliitiK Is in full swiiis Advisory I roil p Incomplete The membership of the cnmpalsu advisory committee headed by Sena tor Berry ot Rhode Island Is still In be determined as is That nf tiie wo mans committee whicli will function under Mrs Nellie Tayloe Ross if Wyoming nnrl the finance committee of which Herbert if Xcw Vork Is Ibc cliairtunn A decision also ntilM br roaehrd shortly ns to the dates Tor the offi cial notification of bnlli Governor Smith anrl Scunlnr liis run mate They will he fixed after John r FEaskoli tlie new chairman of the demorralic national committee has bad opportunity lo ronxull belli nominees In selling up Iheir orxnnizulimi Lhe democratic nominees not only must determine the type of rnnjpaign they personally are to conduct but the question of regional headquarters must be dealt willi While no definite plan lias yet linen announced it is ex pected that iampniffn head quarters will lie in Vew Have SI Ollice It is planned lo have rinsknl Gerry Mrs Hnsn Lehman nnd oth er rampaisn directors rti their wivk hero In ioiislanl Inuili iovir nor Kmitli pruljalily will spind much of his lime until be is anil starts slumping here in Albany plan railed for a western re gional office at St Louis Kansas City or Denver This would he the only headquarters nllier Ihnn Hint operat ing In Xew Torfc and the permanent base in Wasliinston which during Ihc campaign will be relatively inactive WATER TRAPS 25 MEN IN TUNNELS Part of Sewer Gang Escapes After Flood Gates Are Ordered Raised CHICAGO July men wire I drowned today when tons or water raced thru two sewnsp tunnels in which a sang of 2j men was work ins The men been sent lliere lo clean nnd ie cement I lie walls A new had gone nil i mid ami hr foreman ordered liiat ii small quantity of water be lei into lie tunnels hy gates nt the Piniinlnff There a understanding nnd tno inilrh water wis loused The woikmen flrtl for their lives mnst of luem escaping hy ladders ex tending down from UKinUoles 100 feet apart Three two of whom were negroes were missing when a check WHS made shortly afterward and they nre believed lu have drowned There i stand of fpet of walrr jn tiio tunnel when firemen later began pumping n out Carl Jtierio escaped during the first rush of water bul returned lo rescue seven men He went dnwn on the eghlh trip and was not seen icn in Our Complete Stock of LINENS Not Specially Advertised Are Now Offered at 1 en rer Cent unt Couple Has linhy GADXKrt July nnd Mrs John Uoll are the of a girl nnmerl DarlrMie Joice and Icim Inly Kl She weiRbcd nine pounds and in UK third chili Store Wide July Clearance Sale continuing ALL NEXT WEEK DAMONIGOU CO A COMMUNITYBUILDING BANK Deep Personal interest in Every Depositor The bankingservice we ren der doesnt stop with accept ingyour deposit and enter ing it in your bank book In thats just the beginn ing We take a deep personal in terest in every depositor and are always more than will ing to share the benefits our financial knowledge and experience Well be 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