Mason City Globe Gazette, November 4, 1929, Page 8

Mason City Globe Gazette

November 04, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa J3BIGHT Reformation Theme Is Featured in Sermons Problems Havent Changed With Times Audiences Told Various Subjects Presented 5 The theme of the Reformation engaged the attention of several ministers in the local churches Sunday Other speakers declared that problems of the present are similar to those of the past One church Started the observance of Loyalty month START LOYALTY MONTH opening service of Loyalty Jonthin the First Baptist church brpt the largest congregation that has been in the church during tne present pastorate The churchschool likewise registered a large gain in attendance Special music by the large choir under the direction of Walter Pardun who was Introduced aa the new director of music for the church proved to be highly inspir ing Beside the observance of the Lords Supper the day was set apart asJReformation Day and the pastor spoke in the morning service on the subject The New Reformation saying in part The purity of Christs church has been in peril sinpe the time He ascended back Into heaven and left it in the hands bfjinortal man Thru all ages how ever there have been some who were willing contend for the right Zwingli refers to pollution in as early as 200 A D and eafd that at thattime there were those who wereworking for reform Thruall ages since attempts have been made to purify the church the greatest coming in the time of Luth erwhen the worldrecognized Re formation took place This was fol ItJwed by the counterreformation Roman Catholic church but sfice that time no great movement significance has taK enlplace The result is that the Catholic church has turned to tcm poralities and the Protestants have lost their oldtime zeal and evangel istic fervor new reform is needed all along the line if the world is to be wqnto Christ Men must stop fooling them selves into believing they are Chris tian when they are not The reform roust come in the minds of menAnd It comes it will be but a reaf firmation of the old reformation wherein men were taught the futil ity of works and that justification comes only by faith and that every individual must go to his God alone without priestly mediation other than Christ Methods in the church es must be reformed too Our mis sionarysocietiesbelieve their work well done when they have given their monthly tea and scattered a little propaganda Our ladies aid so cieties have become the means by which others squirm out of their justly due debt unto Gods cause by saying Letthe women payit Aid alK the while crime antiChris tian acts are on the IncreaseInour land and converts from theforeign fields ask upon their arrival here Is your American Christian lly The place ofprayer Is turne into a den of thieves and the seem ing sincerity of many folks is bu sounding brass and tinkling cym bals We talk of how much we d and how much we give to God ye many there are who have not gon into the innermost secret relation ship with Him in consecration an manymore cannot remember th time when they were directly re sponstble for the winning of a sou unto Christ But the new reform coming In factit is already on th way Churches are springingto lif Programs are changing Men ar coming to believe that only th just shall live and they only b faith When it comes in Its fullnes men will spend more time in person al devotions and more in per sonal for the redemption o others Church bazarssuppers sale etc as a means of raising monej will be taboo andGods house wii be an house of prayer in whicl Jesus being lifted up will drawJ al men unto Himself As your pastor C give this us be in the vanguard of this greai movement Let us take our part In tha new reform IMMANUEL OBSERVES REFORMATION DAY Reformation Day was observed with a song service at the Immanuel utheran church on Sunday evening Two anthems were given by the church choir Still Still With fhee Pease and Praise Ye the Mid by Holton Oscar OGreen ave a violin number Prayer by Sehfeld Mrs B T Erholm sang Thfe sermon by the pastor at the Trjnjty Lutheranwas basedrpn the text in Matthew 22 21 tRender therefore unfo Caesar thatare Caesars and unto God the things that are Gods placedthe responsibility for the ikindof gbv ernmehtand law enforcement that prevails upon the Christian citizens on whom the Lard duty of rendering such service to the they can give Lawless men as citizens or officers are thegreat stumbling iblockin the governments effort to uphold the majesty of the constitution and sn force the law The Sunday school reported an attendance of 233 Mrs Wigdabl ind MarkleyArdinger were addea o the teaching staff Iver Berc was made an officer by the Sunday school The orchestra favored with a group of selections at the mom ngservice The choir sang Thou Vilt KeepHim by George Leach Jrs Melvin Christian sang Jesus Shepherd of the erome At the evening communion ervice the girls chorus sang I Life For I Havergal At the morningservice Mr ant rs Kenneth 928 North VTadison avenue presented their in ant son David Kenneth for Chris anbaptism Sponsorswere Mrs O Fjeldstad of Chicago III Mr and rs David Olson Mrs Dean Zea wd Mr Sherman L Zea Mr and Nels Anderson of Nora Brings b rot their infant son Nor ert junior to the parsonage for aptism inthe afternoon Mr and Irs Oscar Lindiey were sponsors A BANK WHERE YOU FEEl YOU BELONG With an account at this bank goes a feeling of satis faction a feeling that you are among friends who are sincerely interested in you and in beinghelpful to you feeling tbat you really belong here Excellent facilities and a wide variety of services combined with cordial peiv sonal interest in customers make this a bank where you can depend on an extra measure of satisfaction NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITS Iowa Q f L D I N rG MORTGAGE LOANS WANTED The Mason City Building and Loan association have funds available for some good small first mortgage loaaa If you are desirous of a loan call the undersigned Mason City Building and Loan Association 47 Tears ot In Kresge Building Wolf Mier Beck Allan F Shepard H H Clough R P Webster Ben Beck J W Sale A R DIRECTORS OBrien Dr S AMarkley J JE B Glass Remley Garvey J P Bagley W G CX Mason Dr Clark B W Steinberg H J IIJIflflllillMlfll It With Congre gational ringing was accompanied by organ pianoand violin and In cluded several of Lutherta well known hymns The pastors message was on The Significance of Luther and His Works Luthers distinc tion lay not In creation but in redis coverytThe church hadturned Jrom Its Head to world servitude and cor rupted The Reformation marked a wrenching loosefrom this improper servitude return to a true relation with ChristvLuther as the leader of that great move nieht did nokmove in the perlpher of things spiritualbut peaetratec toihe center arid kernel of Christs teachings He expressed the divine revelation so clearly and so forcibly that his significance isnowiselim ited to one branch of the Christian church vThe service rendered was rendered to allChristianity 1he morning sermon was on an Saints Daytext with the top ic Light and Savor in the Chris tian The choir isarig I Heard the yoiceofi Jesus Say Rathbun The pastors talk to the Sunday schoolwason ISON CHRISTIANS Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Vary Baker Eddy Oneofthe Biblecitations read Be not deceived God la not mocked forwhatsoever a man sow eth that shall he also reap For that siyveth to his flesh sJhall of the corruption but he that gowethto the Spirit shall of the Spiritreap life Gala tians Among the selections from the ChristianScience textbook was the foliowiiig Do ask wisdom to be merciful and notto punish sin Then ye ask amiss Without pun ishment sin wouldmultiply Jesus prayerj Forgive us our debts speci fied also the terms of forgiveness When forgiving the adulterous wo man he said Go and sin no more pio WORLD HASNOT CHANGEDMALL The Rev O Mall at the St James Lutheran church spoke on Looking Unto Jesus andHisGos pel He said in part Many of the old heroes of faith looked unto Jesus and unto God The Gospel of Jesus is an old story It has been told for 1800 years In the meantime much has Deen written little of which has lasted How Is it with the Gos pel Do we neew a new Gospel If you study conditions as they werp in the Roman world and in the Jewish world at the time of Christ you find some contrasts but aso some striking similarities to the present age The heart of man has not changed therefore needs the same Gospel and the same Christ Let us look into Jesus and use His Gospel The choir sang Come Unto Me t was announced that the church council would meet Tuesday at 7SO p m at tha parsonage HAGGARD SPEAKS ON DISCIPLINE BARNABUS The sermon delivered in the Church of Christ Sunday by Denn A M Haggard dealt with the life of the disciple Bamabus Mr Haggard said in part Some people warm our hearts whenever we think of them such a man Is Charles Edward Jefferson one of our great ministers Charles Jef ferson has probably made a more extensive study of the life of Paul thananyone elso has ever done aud ha has written several books about Paul while Paul was a wonderful wonderful man yet1 wish to raise this question When we get over on the other side will not Barnabus be considered the greater of the two on the books of God James A Garfield came from a ience of the new birth by being taught how to studyingpray hearing others pray and by Playing Mrs C Baker had charge of the Junior Endeavor services Mr Olson led the E L C E He pre sented useful Ideas relativeto the subject Keeping and also gave his hearers a chance to ex press their opinions on the topic The pastor talkedoh The Enemy at the Dqbr Overpowered The Rev Mr Pfajtzgraff spoke of Gods telling Gain that sinwas lying a his door and that it desired him God also told Cain that he shoulc rule over sin Cainfailed to rule over Instead he was jji by sin In closing the pastor sale relative to our attitude towarc sin Let us conquer rather than be conquered Let us be victors rather than those over whom a has been swon Let us master sin rather than being mas tered by it We can do these thhigs thru faith In Christ TALKS ON CREATION AND EVOLUTION HERE vvcic ojjvuouio Baptismal servicewas also held foboth 1tho tinmo nf to attend t the home of Mr anii Mrs Ray tenyon 408 First street southweat Jladys Lorramd was baptized oriil Mr aud MraV Lloyd Whipple of and Mrs Thea Tof toy Due to the llness of Gulbrahson who uld not attend the services at the hurch a communion service was eld at her home at 141 Fourteenth treet northwest PUNISHMENT WAS SCIENCE SUBJECT poor family and it was impossible for both he and his older brother b attend college The older brother lenied himself this privilege so that James mightgo when We get over on the other side jWho will be considered the Gar field or the brothers Had it not been for Barnabus Paul would nev er have risen to the heights as he did for it wasBarnabus who went to him at Antioch and restored to Paul his lost confidence and set liiin again on the upward road Charles Edward Jefferson concludes one of books on Paul by saying By Everlasting Punishment was ae subject of the LessonSermon in 11 Churches of ChristScientist on unday The Golden Text was from Eccle lastes God shall bring every vork into judgment with every sec et thing whether It be good or vhether it be evil The LessonSermon comprised quotations from the Bible and from he Christian Science textbook NeedsMoreThan Day ToDay Relief Acid ua ot KppeUU DAiuca btArlbum Mrid or Jatiil beleh Ian and often a WoJibt orfullacw la tho cannot ovcr oorao bjr ntatui temporary A3 and other aimllw If ytQJ icffefMfrom corcpUlnt know tbia bifinf triM ill without Acid primarily tha rualt thesa deAalU catuu of tho ilotDub A IM Ic of In the orgMi uid fanaenUtion oE irUcli only by TluitB why tatach ouiu both dnmUU ZRI8EP Coaopotmd orcr ordinarr UceaUrii effccU toareljr Combining wilt iJI tha of aa AnuId Elimloant Cumt GutHa and ZINBEP ComExmnd R corrKtlrc ft ctomuh meat of real luting bentCt ZIN3EP Campocnd bdD rod or roar Dl refaai roar money We are living in afast age an age of progress in science and In vention this age of progress has entered into mans treatment of the Bible as well as his treatment of science declared Evangelist J C Christenson in his lecture Sun day night in the Prophetic lec ture hall at 29 First street south east when i he spoke on Evolution versus Creation There are few real Christian homes today where the family unites hvmorning and evening wor ship he added Men do not now regard the Bible asholy but they ry to tear down its foundations iio continued Tha Modernists and the higher critics are attack ing the very pillars of the Bible when they say that it is not in spired that prophecy is not true thatcreation is only a mythand iiat miracles aro unbelievable They will bring destruction upon themselves II Peter These Modernists are found in the pulpits preaching Modernism where they should be preaching the Word of God One of the pastors in Kalamazoo Mich declares that Jonah isthe Bibles joke book ajid that the Bible is not to be taken literally Modernists say there is no Creator that creation is an evol utionary progress but if there is no Creator there can be no Redeem er for the power that created is the power that redeems Cal 17 The evolutionary theory of creation is refuted in Ps for it says He spake and it was done He commanded and it stood fast Gods opinion of modernism is re vealed in Rom When man sets himself above the Bible he shows his foolishness This is the most scathing denunciation that could be given to modernists TO CONTEST WILL EDUCATION WEEK DATES ARE SET Miss Agnes Samuelson An nounces Program for Week Donald Ala Ikes a Chicago lawyer shown here has an nounced that he will file suit in New York to contest the will of ConradHubert Inventor of the flashlight which has been esti mated at between nine and 11 million dollars The will gave 75 percent toicharlty to be dis tributed byformer President Calvin Coolldge former Gover nor Alfred E Smith and Julius Kosenwald Chicago philan thropist Malkes claims he and his sister Mrs Ely Singer of Los aro ofthe late Inventor DBS MOINES Nov4 Agnes Sarriuelson state supeJrlnton dent of public instruction today an nounced the dates Nov 11 to I7In clusive as American Education Week la Iowa The occasion marks the ninth year that American Education week has been proclaimed ih Iowa Cele bration for the week is sponsored jointly by the American Lxsgion and the National Educational associa tion Miss Samuel son calls attention of the public to the needsideals and achievements of the schools The program for each day fol lows Monday Nov day education for f aithful citizenship Tuesday Nov 12 Home and school day education for mastery home membership Wednesday Nov Know your school day education for mastery of the tools technics and spirit of learning Thursday Nov Op portunity day education for voca tional and economic effectiveness Friday Nov day ed ucation for health and safety Saturday Nov day education for the wise use leisure Sunday Nov God and Country day education for ethical character Funeral Services Are Held for Cresco Man CRESCO Nov Eidie a resident of i Cresco for nearly half a century died at his homehere Oct 28 after three years illness He was born in Norway June 2 1859 and1 came to America over 50 years ago He was a tailor by trade He la survived by his widow three daughters and two sons service was conducted at the home Friday afternoon by the Rev H Normann pastor of the First LuthI eran church and the body was taken to Saude for burial Iowa State Students Study Home Farm Soil AMES Nov soils from their home farms is a part of the work of the students In the soil a fertility laboratory classes at Iowa State college in charge of Prof Paul Emerson Students get soil samples representing the poorest and best parts of the farms and analyze for lime requirements and for nitrogen and phosphorus con tent Onthe basis of the nitrogen and phosphorus content of grain manure and stover the students work out a management program which will keep the soil fertility up to normal Manchester Highway Will Be Hard Surfaced MANCHESTER Nov 4 The south portion of Primary road No 13 aproximately 13 miles from Manchester to the Linn County line will be hard surfaced early next year Clifford Niles chair Jie intensity of his devotion and man of the state highway commis Jie steadfastness of his faith ho sion said while visiting here The outshines every character of the j road is now graveled The north Bibleexcept Jesus I contend tbat f Baruabus had not come to Paul n the most critical time of his life Paul would never have grown to beI ihia typo of man j Barnabus played a like part in the life of Mark so had it notbeen for the missionary efforts of Bar nabus wo would never have had gospel of Mark nor Pauls let tera In spiteof his good works Barnabus endured great sorrow and an insult from the church for tho church sent Paul and Mark out with letters of commendation find sent him out a martyr If takes a big souled man to do things like this xf great souls like Paul Barna bus and John can say If I say I have done nosin then i deceive myself how far must we he from tha portion from Manchester to the Clayton county line will be improv ed later Niles said Funeral Services Are Held for Protivin Man in Holy Trinity Church CRESCO Nov ser vices for Anton Strnad of Pfotovin were held Thursday at Holy Trinity church ofProtovin conducted by the Rev father L B KuceraInter ment was in the adjoining cemetery He was the victim of an accident whichhappened to him Monday eve ning when he was struck by an auto while crossing the street ina snow storm which blinded him and the driver of the can The wheels of the car run over his body and injured him so severely that he died the next morning at the age of 59 years He was born at Protovin June 13 1870 was married Feb 8 1898 to Emma Kubek who with two chll dren survive Mrs Will Zahasky and Joseph Strnad also one brother and three sisters Isadora Duncan Dancers Appear in Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS Nov 4 The biggest event of the apolis musical season announced so isthe appearance here on Armis of the IsadoreDuncan dancers who have beentaught their art at Moscow Russia For the first time the Minneapolis Symphony orchestrawill play for a stage pro duction when the dancers appear The dancers were schooled at the instance of Isadpre Duncan the colorful American dancer who sought to replace the conventional Russian ballet with a freer form of expression Miss Duncan died in an automobile accident in France near ly two years ago after a life tragedy and unusual adventure which aroused worldwide attention this A New Girdle by De Bevoise NEW fitting Girdle created by De Bevoise and sponsored by the where It is patterned along new lines that afford just the rightamount of control yet allow perfect freedom of V Dght but Confining1 by DE BEVOISE ASMARTLY uUored trim little tii c nro bearitlfauy ind holds tlfa hips lightly bufc firmly in good lines for the style of today Crepe de chineind Mlfc elastic A finishing touch of French chiffon flowers atliie belt line Come in and see it Formerly KilliansInc PFALTZGRAFF TALKS ON PRAYING CHRIST The Rev P W Pfaltzgfaff talk ed on Jesus Praying in a Cer tain Place at Grace Evangelical church His message in part was A certain place apparently means a stated place for prayer and per haps where prayer was made at stated times This place may have been used by Christ and His dis ciples for social and private prayer It was here that Jesus prayed when the disciples asked him to teach them how to pray Jeaus teaching them about prayer shows us the propriety of such teaching We learn to pray thru the exper EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Blue Banner IP Worth Per Ton Save perton on your coal bill by buying your coal from us We sell for cash only and our low overhead enables usto pass this 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