Mason City Globe Gazette, October 5, 1929, Page 8

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 05, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DRY AGENTS TO ISCHOOL WITH LORE ON LAWS learn Latest Wrinkles on PrcLjition Enforcement f in US 3 WASHINGTON Oct 5 Part of a prohibition agents duty consists in attending classes at a maintained by the prohibi tion bureau to acquaint its men with MJhe latest wrinkles in law en Three experts in their fieldsra lawyer a criminal investigator and the agents m these classes held thruout the coun try from time totime the most ef fective methods of detecting law violators without making false ar rests or infringing the law themselves v addition each prohibition agent field carries with him con a confidential nfanual of instructions1 containing no less than 125 different guiding principles and rules to be applied in enforcement dfcthe Volstead Act Every subject ftom the proper wayto make a raid tat instruct Ion in how to write an Intelligent report is covered by this manual Agents Warned of Rights V rEmphasis is placed in this book on the rights of citi zens under the fourth arid fifth amendments to the constitution and agents are warned to be scrupulous ly careful not to overstep the legal Hounds when searching for evidence onXsvhich to base an arrest Some of thegeneral rules e ra tio died in this manual enjoin the agents to maintain always a bear to avoid unnecessarily iniuring the reputations of persons under itir vestigatlon to coonerate with other government officers to be well dressed and to lead an exemplary moral life On this latter point the points out His Amoral conduct should the bishsst character and he should avoid doing anything which might OCTOBER 5 1929 in any way reflect on his reputa tion The fact that he is a public of ficer makes his personal conduct a public matter He not only has in his keeping his own personal repu tation but also the reputation of the prohibition service Loyalsupport of the treasurys policies la expected of every agent the manual continues and ppera tives who nave criticisms to make shouldfile thehv with their super iors rather than discuss them else where Politics it adds may change with different administrations but officers should support theni regardr less of whether they agree with their personal views No Talk of Politics Strict regulations warn dry agents to abstain fromany political activ ity and he is barred frorij writing political articles be coming a candidate for office or from even SD end ing his time talk ing politics Federal dry agents are told to concentrate their efforts on major cases and to let local offi cials handle the minor matters that arise in states bavins prohibition laws Destruction of the sources of supplv of illicit liauor is held up as the chief object of the federal gov ernment Each nisrht at the close of hts duties a federal agent is required to hand In an accurate report of his davs aritlvitifis Hn is also told to keep a diary In which to record data on all pending cases and ex penses incurred These diaries are considered official records andare subject to examination by superior officials at any time Estlierville Legion Elects New Officers ESTHERVILLm Oct the regular meeting7 of the Maurice Doyle Post American Legion offi cers for the ensiling year were elec Dr A I Reedwas elected commander P G Mauser first vice commander Harry Jones second vice commander Emanual Stavros adjutant Art Williamson sergeantofarms Frank Grant chaplain Vern Tredway historian Sunday at the Churches GOLDEN TEXT Not looking each of you to his own things hut each of you also to the things of others Phihppians CALLS ON BUSINESS ICilson of Jesup has arrived for a pleasure and busi ness trip f IMnson Citys Popular Placo to Dine I Sunday Dinner At Mason Citys Soda Grill Will Please Everyone SPBING CHICKEN V TBONE STEAKS and Other Meats Como to the Soda Grill it is the popular place to dine on Sunday in fact any day Youll see people you know Alason City folks and many from the vicinity round about The Grill is charming pleasing lights comfortable booths and the en tire atmosphere adds to the occasion The dinner Sunday will surely delight variety sufficient to please everyone And Soda Grill employes will try to make your visit enjoyable SODA GRILL if IB SOUTH FEDERAL A DELIGIITFUL ILACE TO DINE MASON CITY ALLIANCE Gospel North school m PreachingCservice 3 p m p in Evangelistic service 8 p in The pastor will speak at both services Prayer meeting Tues day at 8 p m Orchestra practice Thursday p A Schmidt pastor BAPTIST and Penn Rally dayWill be observed in all depart ments of the church A special pro gram promotion with exercises by the different classes the ctiurch school will be given at in charge of the superintend cuts Mrs C I Marston and Mrs W A Carter Parents of pupils will be special guests The morning church service opens at withers J E Sttuehart at the organ playing as the prelude Ave Maria Bacli Gpunpd Her special offertory num berwill be Deep Nagro spiritual and forthe recessional she will play MarcheSolennele Goun od The chorus choir will sing the anthem and the pastor will give a Communion Meditation after which the Lords Supper will be observed The B Y PTJ meets in the chapel room of the churohat a programof study and devotions At the evangelistic service will be gin with congregational singing of familiar hymns special music by the choirand the sermon by the pastor The monthly business trust ing of tho church will be heir Wed nesday evening at Trustees meet in the pastors study Monday L Pickett minis ter CATHOLIC Holy e c o n d street northwest Sundaymasses at 7 and oclock Evening service at oclock Week day mass at P Murphy pastor L V Barnes assistant St at 6 8 and 10 oclock Sunday morning Benedic tion at S p Rev Dean S OConnor Father Krieger assistant CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church ofChrist Washington and Third street noiIi services li a m Sub ject Unreality Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial meeting 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 of Delaware ave nue and First street northwest Bi ble school Classes for alt ages RECOGNJZ1NG OUR DEBT TO OTHERS Supt P F Vasey open the school with a song service Boy Scouts Tuesday evening Fel Wednesday evening Friday The morn ing worship wilFopen with an organ selection by Mrs Ehlers Morn ing Flagler Anthem Te De urn Buck Cello solo Mr Dean Dr Dibble will begin a series of sermons from the theme The Christians 1 The Christians Liber ty L Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St Holy communion at a m Church school at a m There will be a second celebra tion of the Holy Communion at 11 oclock The choir will sing Nevins Incline Thine Ear and the rector will use as his sermon theme Fol lowing Our Elusions C Burnett Whitehead rector EVANGELICAL Fourteenth and Adams The Sunday school meets at 10 a mMorning worship at 11 The pastor will give the Fourth in tho series on The Prayer Life of Je junior league meets at p m There will not be any evening W Pfaltz graff pastor LUTHERAN Fourth anc Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a Sunday school and Bible class Promotion will take place Sunday 10 a service Sermon topic The Doc trine of God Joh 4 24 11 a m German service 2 j congregation meeting in the church Thursday afternoon at 2 the Will ing Workers meet at the home Mrs Roger 525 North Georgia ave nue Next Sunday Holy Commun in both serviced parsonage the previous A Hmz pastoi and Connecticut Sunday school and Bible class a m Morning worship at 11 Ser mon subject The Faith of Friends Prelude Sun of My Kcach Anthem Praise the Lord Simper Offertdry Evening Star Wagner Poatludo Recessional Lindsay Luther league devotional service p m Topic Calls of Come Follow Go LeaderMar garqt Brake Lutheran Brotherhood meets Tuesday at S p m Ladies Guild will meet Wednesday at p m Mrs C V Dietz and Mrs Axel Hermansen will entertain A Short Short Story nest egg eloquent investment salesman nest egg A story that is repeated many times each year with millions of dollars of loss to the American public which could be avoided by careful investigation be fore investing Your banker will gladly furnish without charge in formation about invest ments you may be contem plating Play tigate before not after NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY Iowa Sank far y I NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ADAMS FINANCIAL SYSTEM Established 1845 A A Adams John Jacob Adams JUFJfi INSUKANOE AND FINANCIAL COUNCILORS 205 Weir Bldg Phone 8UHU Quiet The NEW and Startling RADIO Has no AC Hum Peoples Gas Electric Co Kadto Headquarters Tuesday Luther league at S oclock Prof S L Rug land dean of the Junior college will ue tho speaker of the evening Wed nesday Garfield circle entertained by Mrs J Lundin 546 Eighth street southeast at oclock Choir re hearsal at oclock Thursday Roosevelt circle entertained by Mrs M Peterson 330 Twentieth street southeast at oclock Orchestra practice at oclock Friday General Ladies Aid at church par lors at oclock Hostesses are Mrs J I Wik Mrs O M Tolsrud and Miss Ingeborg Olson Girls chorus practice at p m Boy Scouts at p m Quarterly meeting of the congregation at 8 oclock Satucday Confirmation class at 8 L N Wigdahl pastor METHODIST sermon theine Morning service 10 45 Mag net of Souls Evening services 7 30 Folks and junior church 9 45 Our Oldest Americans Sunday school at with exception of Judge Clarks class foremen which meets in the courthouse at with Orphean orchestra giving a short concert Main Sunday school under supervision of W P Butler Queen Esther class for business wo men and teachers meets In P G E auditorium Mrs W C Evans will preside at junior church Spe cial musical numbers will be an an them How Beautiful Upon the Mountains two organ numbers Grand Choer Harris and Medi tation St Glair Church orship Morning service opens at with Mrs Patchen playing Vision Rhienberger Her other organ num 13 Mrs Eldist Walls will preside at the piano the choir singing Church school at p m Mrs M M Brewtdn superintendent The adult Bible class will meet at its regular place and hour Evening service at 730 A general church school rally day program wilbe given by allde partmentsparticipating The sln gan Forwardarid Upward Music by the choir Mrs J C McGinty in charge of program Midweekpray er services official board and church school board meeting Wednesday evening from to Friday evening the W U G club gives a Poor Mans the church Price C McGinty pastor Zlon M State and Rock service at 9 a m Englishservice at 11 a m Sunday school ab 10 a m Carl Grupp su perintendent Epworth league at7 p m Prayer meeting Wednes day evening at the Carl Grupp resi HKohler pastbe PRESBYTERIAN V a hi Churchschool 11 morning Musio by the quartet Mrs Oilman leader Ser mon bythe RevR C CullyDD 2 p rii Junior society subject What 1 May Juniors Do Leader Gene vieve Ritz p mSenior endea vor Subject The Christians Hab its Leader Ralph Fischbeck p m evening worship Young Peo ples choir and Dr Cully Tuesday 7 p m Boy Scouts Wednesday 1 p m Ladies Aid rluncheoh Reservat ions with Mrs W C Johnsdn 7 p m Boy Scouts Thursday m Young peoples chorus rehearsal MISCELLANEOpS I Church of the school at 11 oclock Preachingat 11 oclock Young peoples meeting at vp m Preaching at p m Bible study Wednesday evening Friday evening Sunday ser vices will be in the Hbpo Mission on WestSixth atrcet butfronii Wednes day on we will be backin hall at 215 South Federal whichis undergoing repairs at D Wiggins pastor Union Sunday church at 10 oclock T M Wheeler superintendent Hope MissionSixth street south oclock H C Griffith superintendent Oak Grove School north of at 10 oclock W H Briar super intendent Bible atudy Hour Wednes Choir rehearsal Thursday at p Scuolm pastor Immanuel anc Jersey southeast Sunday school and c Bible class at Promotion w bc a sPecc J Miss Marian Van Ness will play Fantasia Lapitino on the Uarp for the offertory The anthem vail be God Be Merciful Mammatt Epworth leagues at The Wes ley league for high school people meets in the chapel Alice Sheffler will bo in charge of devotions Gil Entire school will remain for serv ice and take part Worship at Sermon topic The Blind Seethe Seeing Become Blind Anthem by the choir Song by intermediate de partment Violin solo by Ethel Wail skog Recitation by Esther Nygren Song by primary department Eve ning service at Sermon by the pastor Special music Orchestra re hearsal Monday evening at 8 Sun day school teachers and officers Monday at Meeting of board of administration Tuesday evening at The Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at at tho church Hostesses arc Mrs C E Sjostrand and Mrs B E Setter berg The brotherhood will meet at 8 Thursday evening Committee Peter Nelson and Alden Martensen Choir Friday evening at Con firmation class Saturday at B T Brholin pastor Our Saviors worship 9 Sermon theme For giveness Sunday school 10 Eve ning service This is the first evening service since the summer vacation Sermon theme Wdrklnj With O Urness pastor St Sixth street south Sunday school 9 a m Ella Woisnak superintendent American services at 10 a m Theme Jesus Our Friend Ger man services at 11 a m Text Ephesians 4 2228 Special music by the choir L L Calender committee Pearl Rohr Ella Woisnak Marie Buehler and the Rev O Mall meets Monday at S p m at tho parsonage St James Brotherhood meets Wed nesdayat S p m Confirmation class meets Tuesday and Thursday at p m and Saturday 10 n m Adult class meets Friday at 8 p m Choir meets Friday at 8 p wald E G Mall pastor Trinity South Penn day evening leader Rov J A Schmidt Chickasaw Fanners Use Large Amount Limestone NEW HAMPTON Oct 4 UP Iowa legislators at the last session of the legislature refused to approve either of two laws which svoiild liavo placed a premium on land on which limestone was used but 1annera of Chickasaw save used more Jiau 2000 tons within the last few The fertilizer carried by freight cars is Jumped near the fields of its purchasers and is spread by them from the piles near railroad Lraoka The latest shipment 800 tons on cars acjived this week ip additiy to the 2000 tons brot inthree loads approximately 1200 tojj been brot in in single cavlojj If she doesnt make she mightbuckle down tbjtfl ness of breaking student and thus show em a few til S News sheer tht ran stoats a6ovc can iht Gold Sbipe iSmart fyomen are Wearing the new darker tan stocking sfiade Because there is nothing smarter than the deeper toned hose this season Because Sable is a warm shade yet definitely neutral havins in it neither yellow nor rose Because it is a subtle shade Subdued Sophisticated And finally because it is exquisite in the sheer love liness of Gotham QBfiSRUfS stockmss THE MEEKEL CO Special Fall Slibwing C OF THE NEW WILLYS KNIGHT LINE Graded classes Sunday at sylvania avenue school and Bible oclock Lesson 4 in nil grades Morning worship with Lords sup per at oclock Gospel Matthew The Forgiveness of Sin Anthem Praise Ye the Lord Bultius Evening worship at oclock Epistle Ephesians A ClirlstianM Greatest Difficulty Mondav D O R entertained by Mrs Herman Olson and Evelyn Ol son 410 Second street nortbcsl at belt McEwcn will play n French Horn solo The debate Resolved that the young people should at tend the morning service that was scheduled for last week will take place The Asbury league for col lege and young businessmen and women will meet in the junior room of the basement They will discuss j Flaiwing what to do as related to our entire life Tho evening church service will be at The special musical numbers being A Song to the Kniderand Postlude Steane by Mrs Patchen on the or gan anthem O Lord My Trust is in Thy Mercy1 Hall offertory duet Adoration Borowskl with Mrs Patchen a the organ and Miss Ste vens at the H Spence pastor Olivet The church school will beginat m with devotional services xmder tho direction of the superintendents C K Kinney and Mrs E A Flarup At 11 a m the junior church will meet in the audi torium with the adult congregation for morning worship The pastor will have an object lesson sermon for the juniors speaking on the theme The Joy of Mercy Mrs G L Wallace will be at the piano and will play tions W C Polla and Fifth Noc turne Leybach The choir under the direction of K K Payne will smg My Taalc Maude Louisf Ray The pastor will preach on God andCommon Folk All young people of high school age are re quested to meet at the church promptly at p m for reorgan ization of the Epworth league worki The eveningservices will begin at Tho pastor will preach on The Disappointed Christ The reg ular monfhly board meeting will be held at the church on Tuesday eve ning at D James pastor Union street and North Carolina avenue Morn ing worship church school rally day in the church services At 11 oclock the pnitor will preach subject Christian Manifestation Acts 4 WEEK OF OCTOBER OCTOBER All this week WillysKnight dealers throughout the country are holding a Special Autumn Showing of the popular tHe 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