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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1923 car wont run on applesauce ANY TIME a gasoline vendortells you there is no difference in motor fuels he is giving you a lot of applesauce There is a difference A very great difference When we ask you to GASOLINE We are prepared to convince you of its outstanding superior ity by the better performance of your car Parco Ethyl is a certified antiknock gasoline which combines every quality required by the high compression and high speed motors of today Quick responsiveness fullthroated power dashing speedextranilMgeallpliised by thesmoothknock less silence produced by the balanced compounding of high grade Parco with Ethyl A PRODUCT OF PRODUCERS REFINERS CORPORATION For Sale by i i sf Sv Highway Oil Company Mason City sleevevalve action gives such smoothness Only Master Artistry Creates Such Beauty i opinion ofleading i A engineers and hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic own ers the patented Knight double sleevevalve engine is the sim plest and most efficient automo bile power plant ever designed In each cylinder two sliding sleeves combine with the dome Bhaped cylinder head to form a tightly sealed combustion chamber This cylinder head directs the fall force of the explosion straight downward against the piston making the moat efficient nse of the highly com pressed gas The great turbulence of the gases in the spherical chamber causes a faster burning of the fuel and therefore a 70B is a price STOE WILLYSKNIGHT HATHORN AUTO CO 109111 St S E mHTRTRTTIVlB St S E A Noonan DHABLES Motor Sales CLEAR Mason Co Tabb Bros FOREST T Clark CRYSTAL Crystal Lake Motor Co DISTRIBUTOR OABNER Mason City Iowa H Ludrkc Hobble Auto Co KANAWHAH H LAKE Bert Bolstad NASHUA Auto Service Co NEW Wesp Motor Co NORA SPRINGSThiele Motor Co Underwood Peterson Garage Blotor Co OTRANTOJ p Hansen Mosher J Eddy M Aurand Motor Co W Storck FIVE WIJERE POPE LEFT THE VATICAN Associated Press Pilots rsRnuare bearing the eucttarlst took placo Thursday It marked Vatican since 1870 St Peters Eciuiirels shown above the Local Churches GOLDEN TEXT They that rise shall shine as the brightness of the firmamentand they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever Daniel AiUANCE Tabernsci North Del aware avenue 2 p m Preaching service 3 p m Sub ject Becoming All Things to All Men Young peoples meeting 7 p m Topic The Church in Na tional Life The Rev Alvin Prest bolt will speak at 8 p m Subject The Christian an Ambassador BAPTIST worship opens nt The junior mission band will have an ice cream social on the church lawn Wednesday evening July U Martha society meet at tho home of Miss Hazel Wallskog 107 Twentyninth street southwest Thursday evening Aug T Brholm pastor Our Saviors English service 9 Sermon Following Christ to the End John with the playing of the orgsn dav prelude by Mrs J E Stinchart I a Anthem Our Saviors choir J u m VJ ullluUdL fc Miss Beatrice Davis will be the solo ist for this service and the pastor will preach the sermon The church school will open at in charge of the superintendent Mrs C I Marston The evening service evangelism will begin at 8 followin the B Y P U service which opens at 7 Special music will be given and the pastor will preach This will be the last eveningservice until L Pickett pas tor CATHOLIC Holy at 7 and oclock Sunday morning The Rev Richard P Murphy p St at 6 8 and 10 oclock Sunday morning Bene diction at 3 p m The Rev Dean P S OConnor Father Krieger as sistant CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Washington and Third street north west Sunday services if a m Sub Sunday school 945 a m Wednesday evening testi monial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Week days a m to 9 p m except Wednesdays when it closes at 7 p m CONGREGATIONAL FirstBible school Worship i in Scouts Tuesday evening at idO The morning worship will open at 11 oclock with organ selection by Mrs Ehlers Largo Handel The anthem will be Thanks Be to Bobson and by Mrs y rs Maudaley Behold There Shall Be a Day Wooler Dr Dibble will e w preach from the theme Facing a Great OnnnrHinffir r Great Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St Eucharist tnrt and Jj T J anc short address at a m The rec tors theme will he The Prize of Prudence The church school at fl30 a m The church will be closed duringthe month of C Burnett Whitehead pastor f Fourteenth Adams streets northwest Sun day school meets at 10 a m c J3 Morning orship at II a m The Rev P W Pfaltzgraff will talk on Enochs With God Evening ftea school O Urneas St Jarnen Sixth street southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Ella Woisnak su perintendent American services at 10 a m services at 11 a m Special music at both services Luther league picnic Aug wald E G Mall pastor Trinity Sbuth Penn sylvania Sundav school at oclock 1 I Wik superintendent Morning worship at oclock Gospel Luke 9 Our Stewardship Vocal BJO selected Mrs Melvin Christian The brotherhood will hold its an nual ice cream social on the church lawn Tuesday evening July30 at 7 oclock River Heights circle picni at East park Aug 3 at p m L Wigdahl pastor METHODIST First Second Northwest and f the pastor will preach The subioct 1 evfmnS message is The W P PW Pfaltzgraff pastor LUTHERAN Between Fourth and Fifth streets on north Delaware j a m GradedSunday school and Bible class The congregation will bscrve mission day The forenoon a at the Rev W Leckband from Je Wl11 deliver the sermon The afternoon English service will egm at in which the Rev J C Ambacher will preach Special intyTtte t Monday in both vening council services meeting at ai cnfl hurch Tuesday and Friday even ngs adult class Thursday Y P S will meet at the P G nd E auditorium for a short husi ess session after which they wiI o for an outing at Clear Lake Central and Coc school and Bibie lass 9 a m Morning worship at 0 Sermon subject God is Liehf Vntheni T Will Feed My Flock Hall Teachers and officers of Sun day school will meet Monday at S F A O Soholm pastor Immamiel Fiftn street southeast and Jersey Ave Sunday school at Mrs Henry Herfindahl superintendent Moni inff worship at There will OB special music consisting of n vocal solo hy Mrs D C Fields and a vo cal duet by RobertNielsen and Orris Herfindahl No evenlnsservice North Washington Sunday school opens at with Judge Clarks class for men and the home build ers class meeting together in the courthouse During Judge Clarks absence substitutes are being ar ranged for The speaker this Sun day will be Ralph Stanbery The re mainder of the Sunday school opens at and meets in the church ft is hoped that the women from India who are speaking at the morning service will be able to speak to those in the teen age department Church worship service for the ju niors is at the same hour as Sunday school and they will assemble m the main auditorium Miss Bonnie Beeler will play twoorgan num oers Miss Helen Trindle one of our local young women who is training to be a director of religious educa tion will have charge of their serv ice She will give an interpretation of the picture Christ and the Fish In connection that she w111 tel1 the story of The Two Searchers The adult church opena at with Mrs Bertha Patchen playing London crry Air Coleman Her other or gan numbers will be Communion TSt Floyd and a by Paul Wachs The double quartet will smg Hark Hark My Soul Shelly The regular pastor will be speaking to the young peoples con ference at Clear Lake and in his place there will be two women speak ers from India Miss Kathryn Mets ker is a representative of the wom ens foreign missionary society and has been working at Sironcha India With her Is Miss Edith V DeLima a native of Hyderabad India She is a graduate of one of the Meth odist colleges there and is now in this country working for her M A degree at Mount Holyoke college in Massachusetts There will not be any Epworth league services on account of the Young Peoples con ference at the lake The evening worship service will open at The special musical numbern wilt be three organ selections by Mrs Patchen Summer Idyls Steb bins Awakening Carl Bohm postlude Guilmant The choir will sing Come Uto Him Johnston The pastor will be in his pulpit again and will give a short sermon H Spence pastor Union street and North Carolina avenue Morn ing worship at 11 oclock pas tor will preach the last of a series of three sermons using for his sub ject Beginning at Jerusalem Text Luke Mrs Eldist Wails will preside at the piano ChurcJi school at p m Mrs Maud M Grewton superintendent Mrs S W Stratton superintendent of the junior department The adult Bible and the young mens classes will raeet at their regular place and lour At the close of the study peri od the pastor will preach a 10 min ute sermon to the juniors using for his subject Every Body a Mag net Text John 1 41 42 Evening worship at S oclock The pastor will preach using for his subject Speaking for the Sake of the Church Text Isa 62 1 Our mid week services Wednesday evening will be as follows 8 to oclock prayer song service and Bible study to Ladies Aid meeting and social period Mrs Harry Smith president of Ladies C McGinty pastor PRESBYTERIAN East school at 10 a m Morning worship at 11 There will be no evening service On Wednesday evening at oclock there will be an ice cream social under the auspices of the Ladies Aid society on the lawn at tlia home of Mr and Mrs Edward Hart W Peyton supply min ister a m church school 11 a m morning worship The pas tor will preach The young peoples choir will sing Mrs CZ Smith xvlll sing Saviour Hear Mrs Woodward pianist 030 p m tha SeniorYoung Peoples society Sub ject Worshiping God Out of Doors No evening service during July and August Tuesday p m the Boy Scouts Safford Lock scoutmaster Thursday 7 p m choir rehearsal Friday p m ice cream social on church lawn by Mrs Campbells division of the K Davien pastor MISCELLANEOUS Church of the South Federal Sunday school 10 a m Morning service 11 a m N Y P S p m Evening service 8 p m Bible study Wednesday eve ning p m The meeting which has been in progress for the past three weeks at the corner of Eighth and President south will close Sun day E and Nina De Voll pastors Union Sunday vllle church at 10 oclock John Wike superintendent Sermon at 11 oclock by the Rev J A Echmldt Hanford church at 10 oclock T M Wheeler superintendent Hope Mission Sixth street south west at 9 oclock H C Griffith su perintendent Oak Grove school north side of city at 10 oclock Mrs T R Glau don The annual group gathering Is called at the Methodist church in Clear Lake on Aug 11 Each school in this group is asked to send its part of the program A Wolfe missionary Iowa Falls Funeral Service for Stephen Trausch 69 Held at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE July 27Fu neral services for Stephen Trausch 69 were held at the Sacred Heart church Friday morning July 26 at 9 oclock and burial was in Calvary cemetery The officiating clergy man was the Rev Father T Nolan Mr Trausch was born in Bissen Luxemberg and has been a farmer in Wright county for many years While still managing the farm he has maintained a residence in the city for the past three years Surviving him are the widow three sons Alfred and Stephen liv ing on farms near the city and Emil in Mt Hebron Cal also three daughters Mrs Clara Rink of Elli ott N Dak Mrs Marie Hay of Fort Dodge and Mrs Katherinc Russellof Eagle Grove One sister Mrs Mary Kirchdaffner of Peoria 111 also survives Hampton Sheet Metal Stock Changes Hands HAMPTON July Al len has purchased the furnace and sheet metal stock owned by lho lateHono Johnson and has takfn possession Mr Alien has been head salesman at the Pccte Hard ware store for the past seven years Lloyd Williams who has been Km ployct at the Johnson shop haj been retained as assistant After Supper Specials At Damons Tonight Alook at the many choice patterns in Luncheon Cloths and sets now being offered in our July Clearance of Lin ens will make you hungry for some of them the low special prices will make it easy for you to own them 98c Big lot several fancy patterns and sizes all Clearance Better ones at and all linen fancy newfallpatterns Also see the extra fine figured rayon spreads called the Betty Bates supreme cover in beautiful designs and colors at All linens and toweling by the yard every piece in stock carries a special discount off for tonight and following days in July Dont fail to take advantage of our July Clearance of linens BUY YOUR TOILET SOAP TONIGHT Jergens Royal Palm Violet Almond A bars Cocoa Vernon Bonquet for BUY YOUR TOILETRIES HERE TONIGHT Here is a test for one hour 8 to 9 oclock tonight its a reward for anyone who comes downtown this hot night to trade we are going to offer for one hour onlv 8 to 9 one large table of a famous wellknown line of toilet articles consisting of 30 leading articles such as face powders talc powders toilet waters all kinds of face creams etc One of the same article FREE with each purchase DAMONIGOU CO 25c TO FARMER At this season of Lhc year farmers frequently find them selves in need of a loan for a short time to tide them over threshing and corn picking time We are organized to take care of this need Come in and talk it over Our employes are courteous and friendly C L PINE CO 302 M B A BLDG 2ND FLOOR Turn to Right When You Get off Elevator Swim at Refresh yourself from the heat of the day in the cool lake water Swimming is good exercise too And so handy for everyone The intdrurban goes right to the beaches Youll want to go on the interurhan It is safe economical and convenient Intelurban cars leave Mason Cit and Clear Lake every hour during the afternoon and evening Round trip 50c Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad   

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