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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON Two Banks at Gmndy Center in Combine GRUNDY CENTER Aug 1 U5J of the First National and tie Peoples batiks here was au npunced today effective Friday The new institutionwill be called the First Trust Savings bank It have capital of and surplus of Not many citizens would go on a diet if they werent permitted to talk about News Davenport Credit Executive Succumbs DAVENPORT Aug 1 Helen Croul general manager of the Davenport Credit Rating associa tion died last night following an illness of several months Croul had a wide acquaintance among credit people thruout the country Youngsters will probably pass along the news that a New YorK fatherdropped dead while spanking his Herald TAXI SERVICE DE LUXE FOR SENATOR BINGHAM FOR EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY Hosiery for Sport afternoon dress or Formal are the varieties we offer in our wide se lection of delicately shaded hos iery Some are Picto topped doub ly reinforced with darker heels to set off the transparent texture exquisitely The added strength of reinforced soles and tops aid the most fragile hosiery in resisting runs If III ONE PAIR W W OF HOSE JTXUSfd By Joining Our Hosiery Club Come in and let us tell you about this new plan NEUMODE HOSIERY STORE WEEK BLDG GROUND FLOOR NO 45 AT 7 WEST STATE church government so native to pur democratic ideals Church Colleges Menaced Increased cost of education and rising academic standards made necessary by modern accrediting agencies isthreatenlng the life and work of the church colleges Dr Colvert said We are nowfacing the alterna tive of a purely secular education and a culture void of religious ideals or the maintenance in more W9rthy fashion thru cooperation arid union of our church colleges af filiated with our Presbyterian and Reformed churches the speaker said Dr Colvert characterized as the most destructive heresy at work behaviorism Is Not In Picture A spiritual basis of life and spir itual background for faith is not in the picture for our modern behav iorlst the speaker declared Here we face the most destructive heresy at work today It nullifies both the ology and religloh and wipes out all moral sanctions It despiritual izes life and leaves us hopeless and godless in a welter of physical sen sations that we once thot were the fruits of love and hope and faith and other noble realities of the spir itual world In the presence of this type of subtle and deadly negation of all that underlies our concepts Got and a spiritual world the Imma terial and minor distinctions that keep us fellowPresbyterians apart end keep our total intellectual ant moral powers decentralized sink Into utter insignificance The om inous reality in our presentday American life of this rising peril of a paganized interpretation of life and a godless order of the universe ought to challenge the conscience of our divided forces and to compel our scattered marching units to close order till as in the old Roman regiments every soldiers shield overlappedand defended every other soldier If It Is fighting strengthwe need unionwill bring It If it Is In creased power of attack the close order and integrated movement will bring it That editor who appeared on thi street in his pajamas probably thot he was as well dressed and as much dressed as any of the women he mrt City Journal It Is a good thing three strikes do not put a player out on the golf links otherwlse thered be a lot go ing home from the first teelngoff Falls Record Wealth awaits that genius who shall invent a muffler for those who eat green corn on the shalltown TimesRepublican One Carat S150 at Ray ScneyB others In propor Diamond ton Aayoclatetl Preys FJioto To permit Senator riiram Blngham to attend aWeetinjr of srimie finance committee an army bllrnp ferried him from Lnngley field Vtt and landed on the pifzrt cnst of the capitol building Inset Senator Bingham in light suit and helmet alights from his unusual taxi Chorua girls have become one of the talkies bare la Crosso Tribune Reduction SALE of NATIONAL ADVERTISED afhing Suits Best Quality All Wool in Attractive Colors and Styles While They Last a suit Mason City GOODS CO 209 No Federal Real Estate Transfers Freeman Reva V and H M and Dorothy A Borg to Arthur L Nealio andGladys 54000 lots 2 3 4 5 in subdivision 369622 Kossuth County State Hank Al gona to Addie Wallls et al NEy4 239522 Craig Queeness to Herman Sten ner 5100 lot 192 Midland Heights addition Mason City Craig Earl M and Laura to Queeness Craig QCD as above Starr Roy and Mable to Leo F Schollian 5100 lot 5 and east 4 ft lot 6 block 12 H E Franciscos 2nd addition to Mason City CresSi G E sheriff to Graco Mott Russell 6697314 Ni section 27 and E section 28 and EVi EVJ section 28 except 1A all in 9421 Davis Nora to W L Patton lot 10 and part lot 9 in MT J Cur I tis subdivision of lot 1 in subdivl 109620 June 2E 1929 City of Mason City Iowa to Norz Davis 100 north 16 feet lot 9 in subdivision lot 1 in subdivision NEVi 109620 June 7 1929 Patton W L and Anna TJ to Carrie V Lucas 5100 lot 3 block S Grand View addition Mason City Iowa July 27 1929 Ludeman Geo R and Avis P to M J Hashelm lot 12 block 2 East Park Place Mason City Iowa May 20 1929 j SEVEN Continuing to Close Out Our Entire Stock of Summer DRESSES Quality Style Service Facts Truth Always DID YOU KNOW THERES A NEW UAUNDRY SOAP THAT SOAKS CLOTHES WHITER THAN THEY CAN BE SCRUBBED WHY MARY THAT SOUNDS IMPOSSIBLE C ITS TRUE THIS GRANULATED HARDWATER SOAP SAVES SCRUBBING AND BOILING NEXT WASH DAY YES MARY I USED RINSO TODAY YOU WERE RIGHT I NEVER SAW SUCH A SNOWY WASH I AND WHAT SUDS THICKEST EVER IN MY HARD WATERI HOW THAT MUST SAVE THE CLOTH ESI ILL TRY IT NEXT WASHDAY oao onderful for dish A too jy THE GRANULATED HARDWATER SOAP 405 NorthSSthSt Conibear eaSer on Jeadinjj by the in tub or washer for safety for whiter clothes VAST UNION OF PRESBYTERIANS CALLED URGENT Educational Leader at Pen Mar Seeks Merger PEN MAR Fa Aug 1 Immediate and unconditional re union of all branches ofthe Presby terian church was advocated here today by Dr William Chalmers i Covert of Philadelphia general sec retary of the Presbyterian Board of Christian Education Inan address before thousands of his coreligion ists at the annual Pen Mar reunion achieved tbe union the 13 different factions Into one organi zation with a total of more than 18600 churches and nearly 3000 000 members might well lead to nj united Protestantism in America in the opinion of many leadingmem bers of the denomination in at tendance here Takes on New Urgency argument for reuniting the separated units of our great 1amily has taken on new urgency today Dr Covert declared Every objection that has heretofore arisen o postpone and prevent this na ural and inevitable oneness has ess weight with the thotful and devoted leaders in the church than at any time in a generation Dr Covert touched on racial groupings In the church and said hat conditions that once jusified or made congenial the separate groupings of Presbyterians in the pioneer days have gone by because of the dilution of the old racial stocks and the universality and su premacy of the real American breed of Presbyterians Civil War Strife Dead The differences that arose out of the sorrows and griefs of the battlefields of 61 and 65 have long since found their solution in the hearls of those comrades of the Blue and Gray If those old fighters now on their final march have learned to walk together in the love of a common flag so may Presbyterians north and south who are their sons and share all their pride and their loyalties walk to gether under the bonnie blue flaft of Presbyterianism What they can do for their country we can do for our Christ Doctrinal differences which here tofore have separated the various branches of the Presbyterian church were characterized as negligible and minor differences by Dr Col vert Hnd Different Paths Peter James John and the other disciples found their way to Jesus over different pathways he Their approach was conrtt ioned by their environment their temperament their personality but all found their place as one man at His feet and before His cross and in an act of sublime selfsacrifice in His program of service and sal vation for a lost world The eyes and minds and perceptive powers of those disciples may have been different but they saw and felt and loved and rose to serve Him in ime and eternity Dr Colvcrt declared the union of the various branches of Presby terianism was a paramount issue in the Kingdom of God and a su preme need in the nation In malting his plea for Presby terian unity under the name of The Presbyterian Church of America Dr Colvert declared that while the Roman theory of church government has its place nnd iln right we recognize that over against a monarchial church gov ernment with its seat of supreme authority in a foreign land there mustbe kept active the simple compact and representative form of j 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