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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH 111929 Lake Kathryn MeGflwan EWor Office Phone No 239 Lee DeWjfetas Manager Residence Iliona No 07 OLD RESIDENT DIES SUDDENLY Funeral Services for He at Zion Lutheran Ckarch Tuesday Morning CLEAR LAKE March Ol son a resident Clear Lalto for more Imn 40 years died suddenly at his dome on Clark street Saturday evo niiiB Altho Jlr Olson had been In tailinghealth for some timo his condi lion waa not regarded critical by rela tives He hail been ill about 30 min utes when death came Funeral services will be held at oclock Tuesday morning nt tha Zlon Lutheran church with the Rev S SI Stenby in charge Burial will be mads in the Clear Lafcs cemetery Olson was bom in Norway hi October of1346 During his resi dence here lie followed the occupation ol a stone mason Two years ago his dlecl Six children survive Those residing in Clear Lake Mrs Fred erick Rogers Clarence Olson and OIoC Oson also Mrs Herman Unite For xDr A Rorvig Moves Office to Location in I 0 0 F Building LAKE March A C KorvJg chiropractor baa moved his o f f ice headquarters from th o ro oms uver Petersons Drug store to a new location in the I O O F building as Commercial club headquarters time ago Considerabte remodel Tjiis ant renovating were necessary to put the new location in shape Six treatment and rest rooms 1928 Belles Are Not Fat They end the excess in this easy way Twenty years ago excess fat was com mon Few people of 40 escaped it Not so today Slender figures are the rule All ideaspfstyleandbeautyareopposedtofat This great change started whenscience discovered the chief cause of obesity It lies in an underactive gland Away was found to correct this deficiency and multitudes employed it This factor was embodied in Marmola prescription tablets People have used them for over 20 of boxes of them That is one great reason or the slender figures you see every where today Marmola is not secret Each box con tains the formula and the reasons for results No abnormal exercise or diet is required Simply take four tablets daily until weight comes down to normal Try this method if you overweigh Watch the new health and vigor which come when the excess fat departs Then you will know why so many people for many years have urged friends to use Maonola Go start at once Msrrcofft prcflcrmtian tabkb are by all drnggi sts atll per box It year drucgist is oat he will get MARMOLA have been furnished to accommodate the added laboratory equipment Jfei4s ant waiting1 and office rooms havje been provided MidContinent Oil Station Opened Here CLEAR LAKE March Smokatad who has been employed by AridContinent Oil company for some time has taken over the man ngement of the station at the corner of West Jfaln and South Second street and has opened it for the sum mer season The station has been closed several months CIVIC LEAGUE TO ELECT OFFICERS Mrs C A Knutson to Give Talk on Trip to Washing ton and Inauguration CLEAR LAKE Marcli Clarence A Knutson a member of the Iowa Inaugural committee and an official representative at tho Hoover inaugural ceremonies a week ago will address the Civic league at tho regular Starch meeting Tuesday afternoon in the K P hall airs Knutson will U11 at interesting experiences ot the trip and inaugural ceremonies Miss Caro lyn Clausen will speak her winning declamatory selection Bobby Shaf to as a number on the program pre pared by the Sanitation committee Previous to tie entertainment the annual business meeting will be held Election oC officers reading of year ly reports from various committees and other important business will be Tea wil be served by the commutes including Mrs Clark Branson chair man Mrs Gay Stenby Jfrs Henry Volstad llrs J O Davenport and llrs George Ott in charge Pythian Sisters to Meet CLEAR LAKE March Slaters will meet Monday evening for the regular monthly temple session preceded by a oclock dinner Mrs S C Schumacker is chairman of the serving A prize has been offered for high scorer in the card games scheduled to be played fol lowing the temple hour according to Mrs Lyland CaJlana most excellent chief Initiation of candidates previ ously arranged for was postponed at 1 lato hour toflay K PS ACCEPT GAGE CHALLENGE DivIJe Members According to Residence Game to Be Played Tuesday Night CLEAR LAKE March at Pythias living north of Main street have accepted the south side members challenge for a basketball game to ho played in the high school gym Tues day night promoters of the affair havo announced Those talcing part are former high school and collego stars in cage work it was said The losing team will furnish a feed to the lodge as penalty Some oE the players named on tlie starting lineup for the north side ire Ernest Anderson lanky center Ar thur Johnson and Floyd Nesbit weighty yet speedy guards Jack Kuna ana Harold Crane versatile basketers at forward position beside a weatth of good substitutes Those starting in the south side lineup have not been announced but itis understood they will have a good combination which will bo hard to beat Hoy French will orficiate Start ing time haa beeni announced at oclock All members of tho lodge have been urged to attend Lenten Observance Is Featuredat Churches Dr Ida Belle Lewis Speaks1 at First M E Church on China Some nhase or Lenten observance characterized the services in the locil churches Sunday At the First M B church Dr Ida Belle Lewis mission ary to China spoke on the recent de velopments there and her plans for re turning to Aslo in May PICTURES CHRIST BEFORE PILATE CLEAR LAKE LOCALS DbYourBitCIub Plans AllDay Meet CLKAR LAKE March all fla y me e ti n g Do Yon r Bit clu b members will be field at tlio home of MrsGeorge Jamison Wednesday A liot picnic dinner will be served at noon FINE FOR CHILDREN Give them a good start in life with iappy smiles and healthy little bodies Children need a mild corrective occa sionally to regulate stomach and how els Dr Edwards Olive Tablets ore i safe vegetable compound mixed with olive oil They tone up and regulate the ellminative tract Not a nasty cathartic or a habitforming medicine but a safe pleasant remedy Cor consti pation sour stomach torpid IHer bad hreath and similar disorders Dr Ed wards a widely known family physi cian of Ohio prescribed these tablets for many years in liis own practice Children from six yeara up are greatly helped by them and like to take them Recognized by their ollie color Dr Edwards OHve Tablets overcome those Irritable spells that manychildren ore subject to keep their bodies in active healthy condition skin clear and eyas bright with the lieht of perfect health 15c 30c and COc sizes Spring Calls For Pretty Clothes Have your Spring garments clean ed and pressed the ModelUnique way and youll be ready to step out in clothes that look new on the first balmy days Garments look stunning when returned ifrom the ModelUnique Mrs Emily Ferguson Simmer was a business visitor in Clear Lake Sat urday She will visit with relatives at Williams liefore returning to her home Park Theater tonight The Flying Fleet with Ramon Novarro Mrs Frank Lee Is spending a few days In Forest City with her sister Mrs Earl Carey who is ji patient In the Doctor Irish hospital For sale Tluirs Din ing table chairs buffet chlfforobe library table iron bed springs and childs bed high chair new refriger ator Mrs Oeo Bourne Dr aiitl Sirs A C Korvip spent Sunday at Latlmer with Mrs Ror vigrs parents Mr and Mrs Clnisten sen Mr and Mrs Siesseger have gone to Iowa City on a several busi ness trip Mrs C F Crano returned to Clear Lake Saturday after spending the win ter with relatives at Hollywood and Glendale Cal She was accompanied by Mrs Frank Hill Glemlale who will visit her parents Mr and Mrs J G Lindon Sr Mrs Margaret Olson wont to Biltt Saturday for a visit with her sister Tom McCarthy Marion Junction S IX succeeds Tony Weiland as local section foreman of the Milwaukee railroad The Weiland family who mover here from Vivian S D some time ago has returned there Mr anil Mrs Archie LaMay nnd family have moved to Waterloo After au extended visit witli her daughter Mrs Harold Crane Mrs Erickson returned to her home at In wood Neb Sunday Cyril Churcli who spent several flays with relatives at Waterloo last week returned to his home Saturday Preaching from tho subect The Temptation of Jesus in the morning worship service of the First Baptist church the pastor tho Her Jenel Pickctt said in part Tho reasonable expectation after the baptism of Jesus with being ordnined ag tha Son of God by the Spirit would be His be ng acclaimed by all the people as the ong waited for Messiah and Hia Im mediate launching upon the great work before Him Instead scripture lays He was led of the Spirit Into the desert to be tempted of the devil Tha inal and perhaps most severe temp iations arc recorded ns being an at empt on Satans part to causa Jesus to eat by changing stones to bread to perform a miracle before the people by falling unhurt from the pinnacle ELECT RUnAr CTOB OFFICEUS CLEAR LAKE March TV Jamison has been elected presi dent of the Grant Farm Bureau Com munity club for the coming year Oth er officers chosen were Leo Swanson vice presWent Frank Lee secretary and treasurer and Verna Hammond assistant secretary and treasurer REBEKAHS TO MEET CLEAR LAKE March bors oC Rebekah lodge have been reminded of the regular meeting to be held Tuesday evening Initiation or candidates social hour and refresh ments will be a part of the program COMING EVENTS THEY CLEAN CLOTHES CUEAN At 104 South Federal S bridge club with Mrs G W Moeller Civic league meeting at K P hall All day meeting rural W C T U at homo of Mrs H H Shields Rebekah lodge to meet for initia tion club meets Congrfiffational Ladles Aid haa meet ing arid supper for church families Methodist Aid to hold meeting and supper Home Improvement club with Mrs E A Copley Do Your Bit club with Mrs George Jamison club luncheon with Mrs John Smith Altiurian club with Mrs George ICnutson notary club luncheon at I O O F hall Linger Longer club with Mrs Rcu bin Fryer Opening of Church of Christ benefit show in high school auditorium Episcopal Guild with Mrs F B Gonser Titonka Child Struck and Injured by Auto TITONKA Mnrcli nicklefe S year old son ot Air and Mrs W II Rlcklefs was knocked down Friday at the Titonka school by a car driven by Ben Buss a student of the high school Tho ntcklcfs boy and other children were playing neir the school house when young Buss drove up with his car In attempting to gfit out of the way tho lad fell and atho tho driver applied the brakes the car hit him Two of Iiis rlba are broken and a kiJiKi hurt A vivid portrayal ot Ciuist on trial before Pilate was made by the Rev B T Erholm pastor o the Itnmanuel Lutheran church Sunday night in a sermon at Trinity Lutheran church of which the Rev O L N Wtgdahl Is tho pastor The text for the Rev Mr Brholms sermon was taken from Mat thew and 242G Tho three charges on which Christ was tried as set forth by tho speaker were disturbing the peace foregoing of payment of tribute to Ceasar anc claim of being a king The speaker de clarefl tho first two charges to be plainly and tha third while true In a sense was falsa from the point of view of Jesus accusers These charges it was statedby the Mr Erholm were concocted by Jesus accusena Jn order to arouse the Interest ot Pilate who refused to recog nize any difficulties over religious matters Regarding theverdict tha speaker said Pilate was mindful of the innocence of theOne accused but in his human weakness anil fear ot the multitude he surrendered hia will to the will of tha people and Jesus gets the death sentence In this connection tho Rev Mr ISrholm compared Pll ntos action with he behavior oC many persons trua vaJus Is recognized but many choose to deny him and to claim Himself temporal ruler over the world As an epoch in His life what was the purpose of tlio temptation It was a Godpurposod act He was led of the Spirit It was first ot all for tho final strengthening Jesus before Ha attempted a worlds religious revolu tion Temples of stone must give way to temples of the flesh and spirit Priests clad in vestments of rage must give way to a royal priesthood of be lievers clad in the robes of righteous ness Conceptions of power must be changed from temporal to spiritual He was to do it Ho needed more strength more confidence Then too it was in order to show tho humanity of Jesus If He had met anil con nuercd being tempted so could lie preach and teach the sarrn with ac ceptance by the people He could have done what Satan asked Him to do but this would have been using Ills pow ers to His own ends and thus He would huva been selfish He was the Son of God lie acted as such He won SAYS TEMPTATIONS STRENGTHENED JESUS DAVIES DISCUSSES LAW OF SACRIFICE The Eternal Law of Sacrifice was the subject of the sermon of tho Rev George K Davles at the First Presbyterian church As endeavor to read tho course of nature intelligently we find the eternal law of sacrifice indelibly written across her face he said Nothing exists for itself Every thing lias a purpose a moaning be yond its own existence Just so Is it true that no man ex ists unto Timself alone Any man that hoards all that he gets thinks only of himself endeavors to satisfy that de sire for selfexpression thru selfish indulgence he shall have no other fuller expression of self Therefore both in tho world of animals ami human nature the same Ianholds true the eternal law of sac rifice The thing sacrifices for that which Is to corns The mother bird sits on her Tieet in face of danger In patience and in pain that the life be neath her may como into being But whether the thing begotten he that made in tho creatures own Image or Eczema Vanishes When Safe Zemo Is Used Such torturing skin troubles as Sczema blemishes and Itching rash vanish when Zemo is applied In LO years If has seldom failed to bring in the most stubborn cases Tills remarkable antiseptic 11 duld quickly clears the skin It ettec tlvely removes dandruff Results ob emoves dandruff Rtsults obtained aIned with Zemo will delight you Is odorless ana IhvTsTGIer All dtug 35c 60c QUALITY MKKCHANIMSlj ALWAYS Soup Apples Fancy Jonathans or Wincsnps or bilking aynles 4 lus IjUx toilet soup No fiiUr toilet soap made 3 bars for Gold MeUal 21M 111 saclis 19c ilUljlli north woods flavor 2 tins TVT A T TLTTT IT Thompsons Chocolate Flav 1YIAL 1 ill IVllLilV r BOc size Per tin 25c FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Eggs that you can safely poach soft boil fry or use in your most dainty pastry Eggs that we receive daily from our farmer friends Trade at egg headquarters and be safe Per dozen White House Rice Flakes The rice flake made from natural brown rise A fine food for the children Try a package AC day Large size pkg JL Wax Sugar Johnsons Paste or liquid Flue for floors or furniture 85c for Viiio 10 Ioiind Sacks S7c Fino cnnuilateil Jnwa Heel 10 His 49c C2TTTV Sprouts No 2 tins 20e VyJUJJ OUIiil VcRetuhlcs 3ftc Nooillos RED BEANS KAPPEE HAG MUSHROOMS Van Camps Xo 2 tins 3 tins for 25c 25c 52c 15c Petrolene Soap this fine laundry soap on your next pound bar bars for Matches Butternut Quality Mrilters Large boxes 6 hoves for Coffee a rnffpn deliclfiim as n mil Icr pmmil tin 17e 49e MIt COXTINTK liUINUlXQ US YOUK KCiOS the product on mind nnd ot heart it Is teeotton In sacrifice But nhen ive Klve and know that by our Blvlns we shall have to slve up certain things this means we nra sscHflelns for the sake of Christ Vet that paint In giving which Is our will ingness to sacrifice is tho door which loads us Into spiritual grace Saorl tice is the gate thru which one en ters Into Intimate communion with Christ Sacrifice s the gate thru which spiritual grace comes to us beautj peace lovo Joy all those spiritual virtues which are not under stood until they are experienced for we cannot understand sacrificial liv ing until we enler Into the experience Iteelf This Is living not unto our selves but unto Christ who tor our snkes died ana rose again And He died for all that they should no longer llvo unto themselves btit unto Him who for their taker died nnrl rose MAN SUBJECT AT SCIENCE CHURCHES Man was tho subject oE the Ies soiiSermon In all Cliurclies Christ Scientist in Mason City and Clear Lnko on Sunday March 10 Tho LessonSermon comprised quo tations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook Science and Hehlth with Key o tho SwJp tures by Mary Baker Eddy One of the Bible citations rend is man that thou are mintlfut of him and the son of man that thou vlslteth him Thou modest him to have dominion over the works oC thy hands thou liast put all things under his feet Psalms S 4 Among tho selections from the Christian Science textbook is the fol TURN TO PAGE 14 The Foodtonic That Imparts a Feeling of Fitness ant SCOTTS EMULSION Rich in the 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