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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SALVATION ARMY SERVICE PLANNED 50 Colored Slides Showing Scenes of Life of Christ to Be Presented An illustrated service eatilled K The Shadow of the Cross will be presented at the Salvation Army shall 15IA Second street southwest evening at 8 oclock This will be the chief feature of the irmy observance of Holy Week Tha service will consist of the reseutation of 50 colored slides rpm the life of Christ interspersed vith song numbers and scripture Tha slides wil show scenes from ie life of Christ from the appcar of the shepherds atthe time if his birth to the Ascension These ncludo the babe at Bethlehem the adoration presentation II ffS111 shadow of the cross Naza f temptation Christ preaching of the sick performing of c miracles transfiguration the bless ing of the children the parable of the lUlies the Good Shepherd wecp Sngover Jerusalem the Last Sup per the agony in the garden Christ rejected Calvary the crucifixion Christ on the Cross and the resur rection The service will be in charge of Ensign and Mrs G Friend and local Salvationists lealin Youll find that fresh corn i COM KOOt BOOK YOU City Joint Defendant in Action for The City of Mason City is named Joint defendant with the Wilson Construction company In an action filed in the office of the clerk of the district court by G G Gray contends that the com pany owes him for gasoline oil and greases purchased last sum trier while it was engaged in placing gravel on the streets of Mason City The plaintiff further alleges that the city paidithe Wilson Construc tion company in full for the services without giving Mr Gray an oppor tunity to file a claim for payment of his bllL W C T U The Rev George K Davies will give an address at the regular meet Ing of the W C T U Thursday af ternoon at oclock at the P G ft E auditorium Mrs J F Boeye Will be in charge of devotions and Mrs Bernlce Btucher will gtve a solo New members are especially urged to be present at this meeting Social hour is In charge of Mrs Wells group MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAR 27 29 Gears must be masculine They always get rattled at the touch of a feminine Rapids Ga zette Reroofing Offer V01IV Ind labor Allowing propoBition for reroofing mcude3 a11 necessary material Diamond Point Slate Roofing Heavy weight f r applied on your roof Per 100 square feet p5Uil sarae Let us measure your roof and make you a lump sum price itlia and labor before you sign the Moore Inc Sooth Federal Avenue JAIL FOR THEFT OF POCKETBOOK Lucille and Eva Kopps Sentenced for Larceny at Armory Lucille Winters 22 24 Fifteenth street southeast and Eva Kopps 18 IS Twentyfourth street southwest entered pleas of guilty Wednesday to a charge of larceny of a pocket book Saturday night and were sen tenced to serve 30 days in the coun ty jail or to pay a fine of and costs by Judge Lowell L Forbes in police court The girls who were arrested Tuesday night by Officer Neary on the complaint of Mrs J H Miller are second offenders on the same charge Last December they were arrested for the theft of dresses from the J C Penney store but later released The pocketbook which was stolen from Mrs Miller at the armory Saturday night con tained articles valued at Eddie Clark appeared In police court also to answer to a charge of loafing He was sentenced by Judee Forbes to serve five days in the city jail Joe Seger K Claypool C W Pltcock and Clarence Malin forfeit ed bonds of 55 and when they failed to appear tn answer speeding charges H Jr Laughlin was fined 5 and costs on the same charge Episcopal Church Will Have Three Hour Service Good Friday From 12 to 3 The Three Hour Service which has long been an institution in the Episcopal church commorating the agony of Christ upon the Cross of Calvary will again be observed on Good Friday from noon until 3pm The rector will as in former years use the seven words of Christ ut tered from the Cross as his theme Much will be added to the service this year by the use of Dubois Seven Last Words parts of which will be sung as solo numbers by Mrs C G Maudsley and Mrs Raymond B Weston The public js expected to come and go as they desire whenit is not convenient to remain for the full service A cel ebration of the Holy Eucharist on Maundy Thursday morning at will mark the day as the anniver sary of the institution of the Lords Supper Union Communion to Be Held Thursday Night at ME Church Plans Verc complete Wednesday for the union communion service to be held Thursday evening at oclock at the First Methodist church Dr W L Dibble oC the Congregational church will be in charge of the meeting Dr A O Stowe of the Church of Christ will serve the communion the Rev P W Pfaltzgraff of the Grace Evan gelical church assisting The Rev Jewel L Pickett of the First Baptist church will preside while the Rev Roy W Peyton of the East Side Presbyterian church will read the scripture lesson The program was prepared by a com mittee made up of the Rev Mr Stowe Dr Dibble and the Rev George K Davies The order of the service will be as follows Prelude Communion Batiste Doxology Rev Jewel L Slender Lines of Chic5 GLOBEGAZETTE 15 CENT PRACTICAL PATTERN Invocation Pickett The reading in unison Psalm 23 Hymn 207 the Churchs One Foundation Anthem There is a Green Hill Far Away Somerset J F Boeye The Communion Meditation Dr W L Dibble Hymn 279 Rock of Ages The Communion Dr A C Stowe The Rev P W Pfaltzgraff assist ing Hymn 556 Blest Ba the Tie That Binds The Postlude March to Calvary Maunder How did you manage to get that lovely car A charity Tottery Managed to draw the number No I got up the Passing Show Dr and Mrs Boeye Honored at Banquet of Sunday School Resolutions expressing apprecia tion of the work done by Dr and Mrs J F Boeye andthe presenta tion of a number of gifts featured the banquet given in honor of the departing minister by the officers and teachers of the Sunday school in the church social rooms Tuesday evening Eightyone members wt present Glenn Gilbert president of the WelKum class presided at the pro gram which followed the banquet Addresses were given by J M Stokes president of the Sunday school and Ii B Burnham teacher of the WelKum class These were followed with the reading of the resolutions and the presentation of the gifts which included a pair of beautiful bronze bookends from the two Epworth leagues A musical program consisting1 of group and departmental singing and two piano solos by Miss Ocy aliene Fenske was presented Hearty resnonses were made by both Dr and Mrs Boeye who stated the expressions of appreciation would be among their most cher ished memories EDITOUS NOTE Orders should be addressed directly to New York City as explained bc loiv and not to this office 1ho corect address Is as follows Mason City GlobeGiiiotto Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth street New York City If you are not slender both the lines and fabrics of your frock are very important The model sketched today design 1701 was styled es pecially for the larger woman The long pointed revers the crossed vestee and the pleated skirt section all tend to slenderize the figure Printed silk crepe fashions this distinctive model Very small de signs dots squares coins or broken lines are suitable and will not enlarge the appearance Com binations of brown and beige black and chartreuse greene or blue and grey will develop a charming frock May be obtained only in sizes 36 38 40 42 41 and 46 Size 36 requires 4y yards 40 inch material and I yard trimming This model is easy to make No dressmaking experience is neces sary Each patetrn comes to you with simple and exact instructions including yardage for every size A perfect fit is guaranteed Patters will be delivered upon re ceipt of 15 cents in coins carefully wrapped or stamps Be sure to write plainly your name address style number and size wanted Our latest fashion book will be lent upon receipt of 10 cents in noj to Mason NINE THREE MORE DAYS TO PAY TAXES AT LOCAL COURTHOUSE Applications for Civil Service Positions Must Be in During April Announcements concerning the open competitive examinations for civil service made by the position have United States been Civil URRHflmM Department Stores To Be At when unexpected callers arrive a woman must be as impeccably styled in house dresses as she would at tea or dinner Mrs Mary BrownLewers wliom you heard lecture today selected Grahams to turnish her with housedresscs and smocks to be used during the cooking school A Special of Broadcloth Smocks Bier Attendance Exnected at Scout Leaders Course Between 50 and 75 scoutmasters assjstant scoutmasters and troop conimltteemen from all over the North Iowa council will be in at tendance at the first session of the advanced scout leaders course to begin Thursday evening at the High school auditorium Enrollments accordingto the lo cal office is increasing rapidly and indications arc that the attendance will be one of the largest at a train ingcourse here A lecture by Ralph Stanbery on The Nature of the Boy will be a featura of the evening Followingthe 30 minute lecture Mr Stanbery will lead a 15 minute open discussion in which all men will participate S L Haynes will give a lecture on A Scout Program Which Meets the Boys Need Following his lec ture Mr IIaynes will also lead an open discussion Service commission The positions open are as follows Matron Indian service at i080 to a year subject to deduc tions for quarters fuel and light Receipt of applications wtl close on April 9 1929 Cotton classershclper Bureau of Agricultural Economics department of agriculture for duty in Washing ton D C or in the field at 51620 a year Receipt of applications will close on April 9 1920 Assistant marketingspecialist meat market at to a year assistant market ing specialist livestock market re porter at to 53100 a year assistant marketing specialist wool market at to 100 a year bureau of agricultural economics department of agricul ture for duty in the field Receipt of applications will close April 10 1023 Principal normal training depart ment at 52300 a year Indian field service for duty at Haskell insti tute Lawrence Kans and vacan cies occurring in positions requiring similar qualifications Receipt of ap plications will close April 10 1929 Assistant messenger at 51080 a year junior messenger at a year departmental service Wash ington D C This examination is open to boys only Receipt of appli cations will close April 9 1829 Junior marketing specialist at to a year bureau of agricultural economics department of agriculture for duty in Washing ton D C or In the field The op tional subjects are 1 fruits vege tables and miscellaneous products 2 dairy products and 3 poultry and eggs Receipt of applications will close April 23 1929 All states except Maryland Vir ginia Vermont Delaware and the District of Columbia have received less than their share of appoint ments in the apportioned depart mental service at Washington D C Full information may be obtained from Charles E Price secretary of theUnited States Civil Service board of examiners at the postoffice in this city Taxpayers have threo more days 1 hch to Pay the first installment of their 1028 taxes without the dis agreeable experience of an added penalty Saturday March 30 will be the last day in which taxes can be paid without the added expense Mon day morning the penally will start The force of the county treas urer s office has been kept busy the past two weeks Indications are however that there will either be a last minute rush that the clerks will be unable to wait upon or there will be a considerable number penalties Sqholm to Speak on Seventh Word at Church on Wednesday The Rev A O Soholm will preach on Christs Seventh vrorfl From the Cross at the Wednesday eve ningservice at the Central Luth eran church Thursday evening tho Rev A H Miles of Manly will de liver the sermon while Friday evo ning the local pastor will preach on the crucifixion Each service will be at oclock The pastor an nounced that plans were being nmdo for having Holy Communion next Sunday WEIGH WHAT YOU DESIRE If yott overweigh the cause may not lie in overeatinj or under fxeiase h may lie in a fault in nutrition which modem research has discovered And which science now corrects The method is embodied in prescription tablets People have used them for 20 yearsmillions of boxes ol them And many of the people you slender figures new vivacity and urge you to adopt this way The use of Marmola doea not require abnormal exercise or diet In every box you will find the formula also the rea sons for results You will know just whr yonr weight comes down and why every effect helpful Learn the facts and dp it now JDo so by aski bx of If you seek luxurious comfort the super lative in food and service you wil find unceasing pleasure in a visit at THE BLACKSTONE A great hotel which confers distinction on its guests no less than it is distinguished by them worlds notables in every field of endeavor Rates are surprisingly rea sonable A single room wiili iatli as low as live dollars a lay six double The Drake 1 lotcl Comtiany owners of The Blackstone also own and oncratc The Draku Hold on North Michigan AvcnucalLakcShorcDrivc For Information write Dcpt KG BLACKSTONE South Michigan Avenue on he Ltkc FroBt CHICAGO v Smocks of all kinds for the home office or store wear Made of a very fine quality colorfast broadcloth print ed linene Single or double breasted styles belted and plain backs Conies in all light and dark colors SJ98 ft CHIC AFTERNOON FROCKS Made of fine quality color fast English prints beauti ful summer designs over basque styles full large skirts and scroll trimmed Every one a clever model r It Wont Be Long Now We have just unpacked a fresh shipment of grass garden and flower seeds and the prices are as attractive as the pictures on the package We are showing a new shipment of fresh from the factory priced as low as length with fittings molded garden hose per fifty foot A special purchase of smocks A good grade of colorfast English Broad cloth made in several differ ent styles single or double breasted plain belted and full styles Comes in all shades light and dark 9S PRINCESS PEGGY FROCKS More style than you ever dreamed of plus wash ability and service Princess Peggy frocks tell their own story of dainty attractive ness you more than admire Burial of J W Seeley Takes Place at Buckeye 1 W Sceley died in a Dos Moincs lionpital Saturday after a months illness death being caused by a stroke followed by pneumonia He leaves to mourn his loss two tons Will A Seeley of Indianapolis Jhd and Bufua Seeley of Ix3 An geles Cal one daughter Mrs A H Greendahl of Des Molnes one broth er and two sisters at Whittemore four stepchildren A R Hcndriclt son Princeton HI Mrs R C Pat rick MasonCity Mrs R L Pace Clutier and Mrs R B Clift Iowa City Two sons and one daughter and wife preceded him in death his wife havingdied Jan 5 Mr and Mrs J W Seeley formerly lived at Whcel envood having charge of the ele vator there Burial was made at Buckeye where Mr Seeley lived at one time Two Matrimonial Ventures Go Wrong After Short Sails Evidences of two matrimonial ventures that went on the shoals after hut short cniiscs have been filed In the office of the county clerk Donald R Smokstad in as action for divorce from Vera L Smokstad alleges they were married lagt Aug ust but atlds that It was not long after the wedding hells had run that his wife started a course of I cruel and inhuman treatment that made cohabitation with her sible H Velma Benadom who asks separa tion from Francis Clark Benadom likewise alleges cruel and inhuman treatment They were married in December 1927 The plaintiff in this case asks to have the name Vclma Lawson restored Our new stock of golf clubs will make your mouth water and if you are not using our practice net it is your own fault Its on our second floor and the clubs and balls are furnished free If you are thinking of painting anything dont do a thing until you get our color cards andprices We are mighty proud of Rogers paints and lacquers For your spring house cleaning our household department contains many items of interest A large selection of steplad ders wall paper cleaner linseed oil soap brushes etc await you and of course the prices are right Every department is full of bargains For instance if you want a real paring knife we have a stainless steel knife with Coca Bola handle for 19c A prewar buy in mens heavy stag horn handle knives at 50c White enameled cups atlOc Rogers floor wax at 49c a Ib No 8 cast iron frying pans 39c set Stcpladders A real buy in a 7 butcher knife at 30c Ball bearing roller skates in all sizes and made to stand abuse You fishermen should hold everything until we display our fishing tackle Youll be repaid COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED Mason City Hardware Company Phone 98 DON McPEAKPROP 27 E State THE STORE OF 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