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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SEPTEMBER 7 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE ALBERT LEA TO HAVE BIG FAIR Little German Band to Appear on Program Daily ALBERT LEA Sept Freeborn County fair which will be held at Albert Lea Sept 10311218 will bejust exactly what it Is ad vertised to and Agriculturally Minnesotas Greatest County fair Entries have been made which will tax every one of the big stock pavilions to capacity and while the poultry entries do not close until ISept 10 the superintendent of that department has assurances of suffi cient entries to fill the building The poultry show held in connection the Freeborn County fair Is the largest Ju the northwest Unusual interest has been mani fested in all other departments and I the management is satisfied that the 1929 fair will far surpass any similar event ever held in Freeborn county While the agricultural side of the has been given unusual atten tion the entertainment features have never been as elaborate as they will be this year Harness races of unusual merit will feature the day programs and a complete change of free acts will appear on the plat form every afternoon On each evening a three ring cir cus will put on a complete perform ance on the race track in front of the grand stand The management not claim to have a circus the equal of Ringling brothers but it does claim a real high clean small three ring show fn the Seils Sterling circus and wild west There iWill be no after shows ot any other gyp propositions in connection with this big attraction anyone may see the entire performance by buying a single admission to the grand stand The Little German Band which has broadcast many times over WCCO will play onthe grounds and in the buildings thruout the fair MAY GET DRY POST Photo Hugh Mi Alcorn of Connecti cut is mentioned for the post of assistant United States attor ney general In charge of pro hibition enforcement to succeed Mrs WJllebrnnflt G 0 Ps Feel Pulse tof Party in Iowa at Sioux City Meeting SIOUX CITr SeptT venth district republican leaders are gathering here to feel each others precampaign pulse at the Invitation of Dr H A Pierce of Stor Lake district chairman Dr Pierce has asked Representa tive H Campbell Battle Creelr the only Iowa congressman the lower Chouse to vote against MWesiifecial session tariff bill to give the principal Following business meeting the republi cans meet at a banquetfor a lovo feast r Possibility was indicated that the group might canvass the field ot available candidates for state of fices and make some sign aa to whom tttey will support Dr Harold Jennings wishes to announce that he IN opening an office at 415 M B A Building in as sociation with the Mason City Osteopathlc Clinic for general Osteopathlc prac tlce and obstetrics Special attention given to homo con finement cases Night calls will he given prompt atten tion Office Phone 378 ResPhone 28C1JR 50 STUDENTS LEAVE CRESGO Many Leave for Colleges Over Entire Nation This Fall CRESCO Sept 7 Following is a list of youngpeople so far as re ported former students of the Cresco high school who expect to attend higher institutions of learn ing this fall They are Edward Alien University of Iowa Thelma Ashley University of Iowa Walter Byrnes Coe college Cedar Harold Carolan George town university Washington John Clemmer University of Iowa Alden Culbert State college Ames Mary Culbert University of Texas Austin Tex Edna M Curtis Friends university Wichita Kans William Connolly Cornell college Mt Vernon Iowa and Doris Daven port Iowa State Teachers colleep Cedar Falls Many In State Schools Albrt Durfey University of Iowa Eleanor Evans State Teachers college Cedar Falls Manet te Farns vorth State college Ames Edward Fend Columbia college Dubuque Jacob Freyberger State college Ames Lorea Preyberger State col lege Ames Lloyd Glass Columbia college Dubuque and Stanley Hooper State Teachers collese Cedar Falls Marion Huntting State Teachers college Cedar Falls Richard Jones Liroe Springs State college Ames Gaylord Kellow University of Towa Bernadette Lusson Clark college Dubuque Leo Lusson Coliimbia college Dubuque George Laub Uni versity of Minnesota George Mc Gourty Columbia college Dubuque Alfred Meyers Hoffman Business college Milwaukee and J B Mul len Columbia college Dubuque Lcona Musel University of Wis consin Madison Wis Rolf Nor mann Luther seminary st Paul Donald Odell Columbia university New York City Clara Palmer State col ego Ames Reese Palmer State college Ames Mabel Peterson Minneapolis Business college Min neapolis Minn and Julia Ptacelc Good Council academy Mankato Minn To New York Loretta Ptacok Good Council academy Mankato Mazie Plummer Coe college Cedar Ran Jds June Reed Francis Schrimer school MtCarroll 111 Harvev Router State Teachers college Cedar Falls Orvis Schlesselman btate Teachers college Cedar Falls Ernest Shuttleworth Technique institute Troy N Y anrt NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ADAMS FINANCIAL SYSTEM Established 1845 A A John Jacob Adams 1APK INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL COUNCILORS 205 IJIdg Phono 3080 Gertrude Stevens Grinnell col lege Grmnell Kathryn Strayer Gates Business college Waterloo Mary Swenson Grinnell college Gnnnell Marian Thomas Minneap olis Business college Minneapolis SThomson Canton co TvVfPn Minn Norman i Uther college Decorah Ray Upton George Washington unil veraity Washington Catherine Up ton George Washington university Franci3 Weatherford Cornell college Mt Vernon Ruth Wl i Cornell college Mt Vernon 0Mt Bank Bandits to Meet Machine Gun Wright County Is Preparing CLARION Sept Wright County Vigilance committee Is con sideringthe purchase of a onemin ute machine gun which will fire SOO 45cahber bullets a minute tobe used against bank bandits Plans call for the gun to be mannedbv an expert marksman and placed where it will command a straight view of the front and rear of each of the three Clarion banks at all hours of the day r Dr V A Farrell M B A BUILDING F General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children Sunday at the Local Churches GOLDEN TEXT The people had a mind to work Nehemiah ALLIANCE Gospel North Delaware avenue Sunday school at 2 p m Preaching service at 3 p m The Ordinance of the Lords Sup per What it is and its significance Y P meeting 7 p m Evangelistic service S p m The Second Coming of Christ Its Importance Mr Becker will sing The Automobile Song Open air meeting Saturday at 8 p m at Second street and South Federal Prayer meeting Tuesday at p C Schmidt pastor BAPTIST marks the return tff our regular schedule of services after a period of summer vacation All services of the church will be resumed Church school opens at under the direction of the gen eral superintendent Mrs C L Marston and the primary superin tendent Mrs W A Carter Morning worship at with Mrs J E Stinehart at the organ playingas special numbers the prelude ami the offertory and accompanying the choir in the singing of the anthem The pastor will preach on The Re turn of the Ransomed The youth of the church and their friends will meet at in the chapel room for the B Y P U session under the direction of Miss Ruby Johannsen president Evangelism will be the theme of the evening church service opening at Special music will bo sung and the pastor will preach The board of trustees will meet Monday evening in the pastors study The monthly business meet ing of the church which was post poned from last week on account of the fair will be held Wednesday eve ning at In the L Pichctt minister St Johns church drive will con tinue next week Preaching services and oclock Sunday morning The Ladies Aid will most at the The Rev Richard P Murphy pasi clulch Thursday afternoon at tor Hostesses are Mrs Nela OGreen St at 6 8 and 10 o clock Sunday morning Benedic tion at 3 p Rev Dean P S OConnor Father Krieger assistI TO HOLD SERVICES m and Sunday oclock Evening Sunday at 11 a school at 0 service at oclock with preach ing and song service CATHOLIC Holy at 7 The Ucv II M Kacckor ot Sheffield will assist tho rjev 1 YV Pfultzgraff in the special services at tho Grace Evan Kclical church Sept 8 to S3 There will be services each eve ning except Saturday evenings huginning at S oclock The services on Sunday evening be gin at oclock school and Bible classes at Morning worship at Sermon topic That One Thing Needful Music by mixed quartet Evening worship at 8 Sermon topic Well doing Without Weariness Duet by Mrs Don Gustafson and Paul Gus tafson Meeting of board of trustees Monday evening at 8 The Martha society will meet with Miss Hazel Waliskog 107 Twentyninth street southwest Tuesday evening at G ant CHRISTIAN Church of anil and Mrs August OGreen The brotherhood will have its monthly meeting Thursday evening at 8 at the home of Axel and Lansing Waliskog 107 Twentyninth street foutliwest Orchestra Monday eve ninsr at 8 choir Friday evening a Ncidlinger In place of the sermon the MC M players will glvo the one act play The Awakening Union street and North Carolina aveuuc Morn ing worship at 11 oclock Tho pas tor will preach The Claims of Christian Stewardship Text John Church school at 1230 p m Mrs Maud M Brewton superinten tendent Mrs S W Stratton super rntendent of Junior work The adult liible and Young men classes will reet at their regular place ami hour Evening worship at 8 oclock The pastor will preach using for m subject God and How to Know TURKS MAY HAVE STfllE CONTROL SchoolsMay Be Included Under Governmental Affairs ANGORA Turkey Sept 7 The superdemocrats of the new Turkey are setting on foot a move ment to have all private schools in the republic state turned over to the In a true democracy the leaders of this movement argue private schools should not exist as they are symbolic of social distinctions Avoid Social Inequulity AH secondary schools must be run by the state they conclude in Him IITT ey conce n n i Ioveth order that social inequality may be 1 forGocl is avoided and also in order that uhi VJULI ja JUVU John Midweek prayer praise service on Wednesday at 8 to 9 oclock led by Mrs M M Brewton Regular choir praciicc irom 9 to 10 oclock Wednesday night Mrs Ercwton president Mrs McCfinty director Mrs Walig C McGinty pastor PHESBYTEIUAN East Church school at 10 a m Morning worship at 11 Eve ning worship at There will be an important congregational meet ing on Wednesday evening at the chjrch Announcement pertain ing to meeting of the social circle will be made Sunday W Peyton supply minister a m church school 11 a m worship Quartet God Is a Spirit by Bennett Solo Be Strong by Frances Porter Ross Mrs Gilman singing Sermon Off toSchool by the pastor 2 p m Junior Endeavor Subject David the Good Shepherd Leader June Peterson p m Senior Young people Subject Our Purpose for the Month Ahead Leader Marion Peterson p m eveningwor ship The young peoples choir will sing Evening Hymn Sermon sub ject The Great Teachings of j avoided and also in order that urn formity the essence of the repub lic may be obtained Even the strict governmental In Christ Monday p m the1 dvens confirmation class will OL1U fourth northwest Bible school Communion and sermon Spe cial music for the day wilt consist of Mrs MacGregors oigan numbers which are Prelude Anclantiho Chauvet and offertory Sone of Rimsky Korsakow The chorus numberwill be IWill Lift Up Mirie Rogers Mr Stowessermorr subjectis BesetOur Saviors No eveningservice durship Sernion theme First Things towcmln First Matt Tho Lords Sup Guild will hold a covered dish sup per at the church Tuesday p m Boy Scouts Wednesday p m the Ladies Aid in church par lors Thursday p m choir rehearsal Friday session meeting K Davies minister MISCELLANEOUS Church of the ac count of the Bud Robinson meeting that is to be held at tho high school auditorium Sunday morning at 10 oclock we will omit our Sunday The pastor will attend month schoolRegular services in the cve ly meeting of Fort Dodge district at ning Young Peoples meeting at 7 Burnsicle and Dayton the first oclock and preaching at three days ot the week The clul Wiggins pastor Children of the age of about 13V years or over arc to T Erholm pastor ing C Stowc min ister CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Clirist Washington and Third street north west Sunday services 11 n m Sub Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial meeting per will be administered Private communion will bo administered to any who may so desire on Sunday afternoon Sunday school 10 An drew Olson superintendent Luther League Friday Rev H O Urness pastor Rr Sixth street soulh p m Reading room cast end of church Week days a m to east Graded sTindaTscnooTV Wednesdayswhen it j Ella Woisnak superintendent Am erican services at 10 n in Theme What Does the World Think and What Do We Think German services at 11 a m Text Galatiaus to Council meets Tuesday closes at 7 p ni CONGREGATIONAL school Worship 11 Boy Scouts Tuesday evening Energetic class Thursday At the morning worship Mrs Ehlers evening at will giya two selections Nocturne Wednesday eveningwith Mr H Mendelssohn and Grand Chorus Rohcle serving Luther league meets Renand The quartet will give the Tuesday S p m with Miss Elsie anthem Father of Mercies Abl Lunsman E G Mrs Maudsley will give a solo Dr i Mall pastor Dibble will speak from the theme TrinH KlISCOPA St the regular serv ices of the church will be resumed Sunday morning Holy Communion at a m Church school at a m Holy Communion with sermon at 11 Burnett White head rector EVANGELICAL and Adams northwest Sunday school at 10 a m C E Baker superintendent Morning worship at 11 The Rev P W Pfaltzraff will talk on Christs Praying While BeingBap tized This is the first in a series of messages which the pastor will bring on the general theme The Prayer Life of Jesus The Senior E L C E meets at 7 Evening wor ship at The pastor will preach an evangelistic sermon LUTHERAN and Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a m Graded Sunday school and Bible class 10 a m English serv ice Sermon topic Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness Against Thy 2016 11 a m Ger man service Tuesday the pastor with a number of delegates will at tend the delegate conference at Zumbrota Minn Thursday after noon at 2 tho Wiling Workers meet in the auditorium of the P G and E Mrs Rathman A Hinz pastor and Connecticut its first meeting Saturday at 10 ville church ill 10 oclock John Wik superintendent Sermon at 11 oclock by Anton Marion S Dak Hanford church at 10 oclock T M Wheeler superintendent Ser mon at 11 oclock by the Rev J A Schmidt Hope Mission Sixth street southwest at n oclock H G Grif fith superintendent Oak Grnvo school north of city at 10 oclock W H Briar superintendent Play to Be Given Sunday Evening by First Methodists The young people of the First Methodist church will give a one act play Sunday evening at the us ual church hour These young people compose part of the M C jj Players group which gave The Rock Cheer Up Judiis Isciri ot Why the Chimes Rang dur ing the past three years This play is of a lighter type ami is approxi mately 45 minutes in length It deals with present day find is supposed to lake place on a Sunday afternoon Tt is directed by T B Gregory i CL1IU l Sunday school and Bible class I a m Worship at 11 a m Sermon church subject Gods Power Prelude Without Words Mendelssohn Anthem O Conic Let Us Worship Lacey Offertory Fraumeree Schuman Postlude Gavolte Pastorale Shackley Lu ther league devotional service 6 30 p m Topic Being Loyal Work Lutheran Brotherhood will j j meet Tuesday at 8 p m Ladies school and Bible classes at oclock Lesson two in all gmdns with review of lesson one 1 T Wilt superintendent Morning worship at oclock Gospel Matthew C 2434 The Solution of Our Eco nomic and Social Problems Special music at the morningservice French horn solo by Stanley Will sou Evening worship at oclock Epistle Galatians to A Christian at Work Wednesday B andO circle entertained at Forest Park at oclock by Mrs C C Baumgartner Those who have no cars meet at 3226 North Washing ton avenue at 2 p m Choir rehear Ml at oclock Thursday Roosevelt circle at Mrs E Skog lund415 Eighteenth southeast at oclock Friday General Ln dies Aid at church parlors at oclock Miss Susan Peterson Mrs Maria Hanson and Mrs O L N Wigdahl hostesses The new con firmation class will meet Saturday at 0 L N Wirrdalil pastor METHODIST Northwest nnd North Washington Judge Clarks class for men in courthouse Sunday school Home Buildcru will be back in regular place with Lester Milligan teaching Queen Esthers will meet in P G and E auditorium with F R Currie teach ing Other classes in all departments meeting as usual Junior hurch in auditorium Dr Spcncc rill preach The junior choir under the supervision of Miss Leiitcnejrgjr for the last time will ning Listen ing Angels Stainer chiucli worship service The pastor will speak on The Principle of Advanc in Religion MissLeutcneggcr will The nt Tlr Mo Still ci nar let will Htrif Be in You Cad Guild meets Wednesday at p m Mrs Frahcia Bcnckc and Mrs R W Kellar will entertain Choir rehearsal Thursday nt 8 p m Lucky Friday the 13th social will be frlvep by Ladies Guilrl at the church in afternoon and O Soholm pastnr IMANUK KNGLISH LTJTHKRAN Itnmanucl English Sunday man the Kpwortb will meet in regular places Viola Brcclt enridge will give second Icwon on FindingTime to Live for hn Asbtiry Icagun Their special num ber will be ccnicL solo Somewhcrt a Voice is Calling by Donald Kmitli accompanied by Margaret Cooper church service Dr Spenco The anthem will bo Sa vior Like a Shepherd Lend Us Union Sunday The cast is as follows Mr Smythe Jones Glen Barker Margaret Nolterieke Patricia Jones Hazel Hnlui Dick Jones Jens Walker Grandpa Jones Tom Gregory Johnnie Jones Bob Major Mabel Jones Shirley Helm Mrs Morse Helen Trindlc Jimmic Morse Max Major Mr SterlingEdgar Walker Mr WhiteH V Hockcnbery Now if somebody had stolen a railroad from the Chinese that wouldnt have been port Times The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on School Lunches To have an apt pupil it IH necessary to have a healthy one The child who in fed correctly will think clearly JSvery mother and teacher should write today for a copy of booklet which contains var ious bills of fare for the basket lunch suggestions as to the proper method of packing and recipes for sandwiches cookies salads and sweets Fill out and mail the coupon below inclosing4 cents in coin or stamps for return postage and handling Write your name and address clearly Frederic J HasUin Director Tho ClobeGazclfc Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose hcrcwilli rrnts In roin or slimps for 11 of bo booklet LUNCHES Niimn Street City ropy the success of any cafe is determined by its ability to please the people who come dny after day Here at the Green Mill each meal is prepared with this thought in mind and this is why our old pa trons come often and new patrons soon become steady visitors Meet your friends at the Green Cafe Tho Homo of Good spection of all private schools Turkish as well as foreign which was inaugurated by tho Kemaliats dees not insure the desired uni formity according to the private school abolitionists If the government heeds these apostles of pure democracy who are filling the presa with their appeals some SO foreign American French Italian and Ger come under the ban as well as a considerable number of schools now supported by the Greek Armenian and Jewish com munities For Lower Grades The American colleges would not he affected as the 100 per cent state control is projected only for prl rmry nnd secondary schools Much as the Kemalist government may wish to satisfy this new thirst for pure democracy it Is doubtful whether It could for some timeto come finance the Turkish and for eign private schools in question The utility of these schools in Kcmals war against illiteracy is too evident to make their abolition like ly Some of the love letters intrprJ ducod to prove emotional prompt ths sickening thot that once 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