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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JLY131 1929 MASON CITY GLOJBEGAZETTiS EARN TRICKS OF GREAT MASTERS 300 Young Musicians Are at Lake Shore Music Camp INTERLOCHEN Mich July 13 UP Tricks ofthe masters are be j Ing studied by 300 of the countrys best high school musicians gathered a cit of music here where for two months life literally will be car ried on with violin and horn On the shores of two lakes and evening concerts with special features for each Guest conductors will include FrederickA Stock Lbe Sowerby Howard Hanson Edgar Stillman Kelly Earl V Moore Carl Busch Albert Stoesse and Prof A A Harding Dr Hanson and Mr Sow erby are writing symphonic works which will first be heard here Among soloists are Ernest Hutch e son and Theodore Harrison Gilbert and Sullivans Pirates of Penzance and Mendelssohns jah will also be presented Two Hours Dally Two hours every morning FIVE Sunday at the Local Churches GOLDEN TEXT Each one of us shall give account of himself to God Romans ALLIANCE Gospel North Delaware avenue Sunday school 2 p m Preaching service 3 p I ioung peoples meeting 7 p m Evangelistic service 8 p m Tile six young players boys and girls in separate camps learn their notes under worldfamous musicians and conductors The camps are spon sored by the Music Supervisors Na tional conference the National fed eration of Womens clubs and the national bureau for the Advance ment of Music Joseph E Maddy of the Univer sity of Michigan is musical direc tor and T PGiddings of the Min neapolis publicschools Is supervisor of instruction Plays In Bowl Midway between the camps stands a greatbowl where orches tra band and chorus rehearsals are held and also public1 concerts dur ing the summerThe schedule in cludes regular Sunday afternoon days a week the orchestra prac tices An hour and a half is spent in practice every weekday after the noon by Danti and chorus All pracv tice is conducted on a professional basis In addition there is class work In conducting composition orchestra tion and teaching methods Residents of eah cabin are chos Rev J J Schmidt abrother to the pastor will speak In the afternoon and evening The Rev J J Schmidt has spent 15 years in missionary Romans 6 1923 Theme Whom tServest Thou Orphans home les tlval Sunday at Waverly wMcU many will attend Choir will prac tice Friday evening Bakery sale Saturday July 20 at Oswald E G Mall pastor Trinity English Pennsylvania avenue and Fifth street Graded Sunday school and Bible en to provide a complete ensemble languagi to practice on small parts Within meetlns the orchestra are a symphony and smaller groups which give evening programs work in north China and will tell of his expericenes He is accompanied by his wife and son The son will speak to the young people at the young peoples hour at 7 p m Jn the morning at the Rev J J Schmidt will speak in the German language in the tabernacle Prayer ig on Tuesday at 8 p m Bible on Friday at 8 p m After the President Hoover has smashed an other precedent and now follows Mrs Hoover down the aisle or into the limousine despite the rule that the president must go first and wj honor him for it altho of course it may be that he got tired of being told that his coat needed Ohio State Journal THEY DINE HAPPILY AT MASON CITYS SODA GRILL Families and friends choose this Cozy Grill for Sunday Dinner Youll enjoy here more than fine food American and Chinese the luxury the comfort the cozlriess of Mason Citys Soda Grill will delight you and yours And here you see people this one and that folks you know friends youre happy to greet So plan to enjoy a de lightful dinner hour at the Grill SHE WANTED CHOW MEIN Just the other night a Dinner group of 6 came here for Chinese food the guest of honor wanted Chow Mein so the Grill was suggested And when you feel like you want some real Chow Mein or Chop Suey the Grills the place SODA GRILL 16 SOUTH FEDERAL AT MASON CITY study on Friday evening the young peoplessociety will have their semiannual election of offi A Schmidt pastor BAPTIST school opens at In charge of Mrs C L Mars ton superintendent Morning wor ship will begin at with the or gan prelude played by Mrs J E Stinehart In this service the pastor will deliver the message on the sub ject How Can the Modern Church in Her Bound Condition Serve Gods Purpose At 7 the young people meet for a social and study period and at 8 the pastor will preach on The Land of Spiritual This will be an Interpretative mes sage from the twentythird Psalm classes at J I Wjk superin tendent Morning worship at 1CV15 oclock Gospel Mark Tho Breadwinner Ray Jensen bass so loist In the Waldorf choir will slag at the morning service No evening services in July and August Tues day evening the Brotnerhood and friends will have a picnic supper at East park The families will bring a basket supper Coffee will be pro vided at the park Ball games and sports for all Wednesday The Lin coln circle members and friends will have a picnic supper at East park Thursday Grant circle entertaired by Mrs M P Madsen 117 South Jefferson avenue at p m Fii day The Northeast circle will be entertained by Mrs C S Rankin 823 Twelfth street northeast at 230 p m The River Heights circle will ary society in curch parlors Sub ject the Philippine Islands Leader Miss Lyoia Beck Hostesses Mrs Richardson and Mrs Mettler Thurs day 7 p m young peoples choir rehearsal Friday ice cream social on church lawn in charge of Mrs Woolridges division of the aid Serving from 7 oclock MISCELLANEOUS Central Sunday school and Bible class at a m at Central Heights chapel Ohurch of the ings in progress at Eighth street and South President Sunday service as follows Sunday school 10 a m Service 11 a m N Y P S Mrs Hall leader p m Evening service 8 Services each evening the coming week at 8 E and Nina DeVoll pastors Union Sunday Hope Mission Sixth street south west at 9 C Griffith I superintendent I Oak Grove side of city at 10 oclock Mrs J R Glan don A Wole missionary j who is now directing the construc tion of a gigantic memorial in the South Dakota Black Hills An his torical play industrial exhibits and address will be on the days pro gram for which arrangements were completed today Fifty girls in Danish costume will present folk dances Harold Peters outstanding Scandinavian will exhi bit his skill and Mrs H Grlmap of Copenhagen will demonstrate the manufacture of Danish laces The historical play to be presented at 7 p m will have 70 characters and will consist of five acts portraying important periods in Danish history Dr Louis D Coffman president of the University of Minnesota and Dr A T Dorfh of Chicago have heen invited to make addresses the latter in Danish LAST MANS CLUB WILL HOLD ANNUAL MEET IN ST PAUL ST PAUL July 13 sotas famous Last Mans club of the First Minnesota Volunteers will meet here Sunday July 21 with only three aged veterans surviving of the group of 314 civil war veterans who organized the club at a company re union in Stillwater 43 years ago A bottle of wine which was pro cured for thatfirst meeting add which it was decided should be opened and used as a toast to dead comrades by the last surviving member of the club will occucy the center of the table when the three survivors sit down to dinner This meeting will be at the home of Airs William Griff of St Paul the daughter of John F Goff 36 years old secretary of the organi zation Peter O Hall 91 years old of Atwater and Charles Lockwood 87 years old of Chamberlain S Dak the other survivors both plan to follow their custom of years and the dinner Does the dog wag his tail or does the tail wag the dog Such is the question that is arising in Washing ton Are the insurgents the repub lican party or are the administra tion leaders the Hu ronlte have an ice cream social on the church lawn Friday evening at 7 L N Wigdahl pastor METHODIST Second street northwest and North Washington Special music will be given in all 1 Junior church for the boys and girls Vhrx nrividntir n Opens at with Miss Rnnnip services The advisory board will meet immediately following the morning church service The an nual session of Iowa Baptist assem bly opens for the 12 day period from with Miss Bonnie an organ prelud opens at Beeler playing The Misses Mary Jean Crowell and Esther Storer will sing Step by Step Mrs H V MacGregor will July 1126 at Iowa FallsJ L speakto them on Value of Hot Take a Plunge in Clear Lake Theres nothing better on a hot afternoon or evening than a cool refreshing plunge no f oplin Interurban cars leave Mason City and Clear Lake every hour during the afternoon and evening Round trip 50c Pickett minister CATHOLIC Holy at 7 and oclock Sunday morning Th Rev Richard P Murphy pas tor St at 6 8 and 10 oclock Sunday morning Bene diction at 3 p m The Rev Dean P S OConnor Father Krieger as1 i sistant CHRISTIAN Church of and j Fourth streets northwest I Bible school Three of the classes have orchestras Communion and sermon Mrs JB MacGregors organ numbers are Prelude ot Nicea Calver and Contempla tion Hearing The chorus anthem directed by Mrs Al Long is Hear Then I Love Oh Lord by Wooler The sermon subject Is Reflected C Stowe minister CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Churchof Christ Scientist and Third street services 11 a Subject Sunday school1 aim Wednesday tes timonial meeting read ing room east end of church Week days a m to 9 p m except Wednesdays when it closes at 7 p m CONGEGATIONAL school Worship 11 Boy Scouts Tuesday evening Fellowship service Wednes day evening Morning wor ship will begin promptly with or gan selection Walters Prize Song Wagner Mrs Ehlers The quartet will give God to Whom Gods Gifts to Us At the same hour the Sunday school will be in its regular session AH the classes will meet in the church with the exception of the Judge Clarks class for men and the home builders who are meeting together this summer in the courthouse Dr H V Mac Gregor will be in charge of them At th morning worship at the pastors sermon theme will be AUTO SPOOK KEEPS TOWN AWAKE WITH ALL NIGHT KLAXON Christian Attainment The special musical numbers will consist of two organ selections by Mrs Bertha Patchen Vision Rheinbarger Schuler the anthem Let the Earth Rejoice Adams by the double quartet and an offertory duet O For a Closer Walk With God Johnson Mrs C E Oilman and Miss Ruth Stevens The evening service will be opened at with Mrs Patchen playing an organ vol untary In the Summer Rothleder Her other numberswill be Where Dusk Gathers Deep Stebbins and Postlude by Stultz The quartet will sing The Night is Closing Adams The pastor will speak on Springs ofGod The Wesley and Asbury leagues will iold a joirtl picnic supper and devotional serv ice They are asked to meet ntthe church at 3 the time being early in order that they might return in time for the evening church service Dr Roy F DeSart will be the H Spence pas tor OLIVET 1METHODIST school at a m with devotional services under the direction of the superintendents At 11 a m the junior church will meet HAVVKEYE July 13 Docs Hawkeye have a twentieth century spook who does its haunting in an automobile And a Ford car at that Residents in the central part of town began to believe so one night this week when they were awakened shortly after midnight by the un interrupted honking of an auto noblle horn Sleeping became im possible as the klaxon continued for ninutes on end Thinking that an accident might save occurred and the horn was sounding as a signal of distress H 2 Carmichael cattlebuyer arose took his own car and cruised about the streets looking in vain for the source of the noise Then the honking ceased But It soon started again G L Pitts pro duce dealer also arose and went to look for the screaming horn Pitts and Carmichael finally tracked the noise to the garage of Gus Gun dacker shoe dealer The garage was locked and they failed to arouse Mr Gundacker Two oclock came The horn stopped but went at it a third time More neighbors awoke Mr Gun dacker awoke but could not believe it was his car He knew his garage was locked Finally about 4 oclock urged by aneighbor he investigated He found the garagetightlylockednb one inside andtheFord blowing its own hornlustily Gundacker is unable to ex plain how the button to start the klaxon could have been pressed down He has never run down and killed anyone so It could not have been one of his victims came back o haunt him Something caused the lorn to blow with inter udes from before 1 oclock to nearly 4 oclock in the morning M6 F have sermon Dr Dibble will preach on The Battle of L Dibble min ister EPISCOPAL St Eucharist a m Church school at a m Members of St Johns choir will leave immediately after the close of the early service for where they will sing Gounods Holy Com munion Service at St Thomas jubilee service The Rev C Bur nett Whitehead will be the cele Burnett Whitehead rec tor EVANGELICAL and Adams northwest Sunday school at 10 a m Morning worship at 11 Trie pastor wil speak on What Do You Say The evening service begins with a gospel song service at The sermon will be given by the il have an object lesson sermon for the young people and will preach on the theme The Christ of Our Worship Mrs W R Clark will be stt the piano and will play Trau merei Schumann and In the Mountains Ernest Krohn The choir will sing Rock of Ages W C Jordan The Epworth league will meet in the basement at p m The evening serviceswillbegin at 8 p m with a song service by the congregation The pastor will speak on Contrasts in D James pastor Union street and North Carolinalivenue Mornlne worship 11 to The pastor will preach using for his subject The Journey to Emmaus Text Luke This will be the first of a series of three sermons Mrs Eldist Walls will preside at the piano in the absence of Airs Butcher Church school at p m Mrs M M win City Danes Will Hold Annual Festival HAMLINB Minn July IS housands of Minnesotans of Dan sh origin will gather at the Minne iota State Fair grounds here Sun day for the fourth annual Twin City DanishAmerican festival Open air church services In the warning will open the program vhich will include an address by utzon Borglum famous sculptor Take CAR Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad pastor His sermon topic will be Brewton superintendent Mrs S W Self W Pfaltzgiaff Stratton superintendent of the jun pastor i ior department The adult Bible and LUTHERAN Young mens classes will meet I at their regular place an hour OQ Fourth ancl I Sunday July 21 at the close of the Fifth on North Delaware 9 a m i lesson period the pastor will begin a Graded Sunday school and Bible j junior church service giving a five class There will be no services the minute object sermon to the mem pastor will preach for Mission day at Ricevllle Tuesday and Wednes bers of the junior department A sermon will he delivered by the pas day he will attend the pastoral tor to the juniors each Sunday fol ference of the Minnesota district lowing the class study The annual which convenes at Jordan Minn church school picnic will be given Friday evening adult class meets C A Hinz pastor State and oclock The pastor Sunday school and Bible class 9 a m Morning worship at 10 Ser mon subject Values of Life on tlv Heights Prelude I waited fo the Lord from Hymn of Praso Mendelssohn Offertory solo Out of the Depths John Prindle Scott O C Sorlicn poatlude recessional on Thursday July 18 at East park Our evening service will be at 8 will preach iisincr for his subject Praying to the Rocks or the Great Day Text Wednesday evening Inly 17 from 8 to 9 oclock our prayer and praise service with song ant music Mrs J C McGinty wil oreside at the piano the pastor wil lead the singing Mrs J D Reler will lead the praver service Officia and Jersey southeast Sunday scliool it Mrs Henry Herfindahl su j perlntendent Morning worship at Sermon The Glory of the Son of Man Anthem by thu choir I O How Happy are They by Mc SPhaii No evening service until Aug 25 The Luther league wil meet Thursday evening at 8 Com mltteo Johanna Olson Agnes and Albin Olson The junior mis sion band will meet with Margaret Larson 3304 South Georgia Satur day afternoon at T Erhoim pastor St Sixth street south Sunday school 9am Ella Woisnak superintendent Am erican services nt 10 a m Therie Half a KInstfom for a Dance German services at 11 a m Text and Rock Glen Service in German at 9 n m Sun day school at 10 a m Carl Grupp superintendent English service a 31 a m Preaching and communion service at p m by the dlstric superintendent the Rov O F John son of Charles H Kohler minister PRESBYTERIAN a m church school 11 a m worship C E Gidman speaker Anthem by Young Peopln choir solo by Mrs C 7 Smith p m senioryoung peoples socictj Leader Safford Lock Subject Th Word of God in Africa No evening service during July and Augusl Tuesday p m Boy Scouts Wednesday p m the Mission IN MASON CITY Woodworth Toiletries AT DAMONS A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH NEW 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