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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                DECEMBER 14 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FIVE Will Christmas Spirit Comfort the Forlorn CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 that Santa will truly need mysteri ous power to aid them Mother Hopes for Mtracle For the man of the house has been out of work all fall The odd jobs he has bean able to find are too sorely needed to pay for the scanty rations to spend a penny on Christ mas cheer Undernourishmenthas brot illness to the children but their buoyant minds still turn toward Christmas as a brighter day And so the mother delays shat tering their hopes Perhaps she thinks the miracle will happen in the next ten days Members of the Afamily seldom look into the future For them since the death of the father more than a year ago life has become a mat ter of existing from day to day The struggle for thepitifully scant food the effort to keep warm In a tireless house the scramble for clothing require too much energy day to look ahead Youngsters Expect Santa But there is one exception The family looks forward to Christmas The whole brood of eight youngsters with the single exception of the baby born a few months after his fathers death somehow looks for Christmas to be a better day Even Ellen the oldest for all the wisdom of her 12 hard years feels that the Christmas spirit will seek them but Their mother worn and ill is the only skeptic She knows that they have not one penny of income She knows that you cannot pay for pleasure with nothing not even at Christmas time The price of a bauble for your Christmas tree would buy one of these children a toy The sum you spend on festive wrappings for your packages would furnish these families such a feast as they have not tasted in months Your Christ mas wreath represents an invest ment beyond the sum they can spare for clothing Give Till It Hurts Surely there is no more telling way of expressing the Christmas spirit than by spreading it You se cure in your accustomed comfort take Christmas joy s o much for granted that you forget its ecstacy There can be no better way of ex periencing the greatest joy at Christmas than by sharing it with unfortunates If you would increase your enjoy inent by ncreasingthat of others make out your check bigger than you can afford to tha Christmas Cheer fund and mail a to the Globe Gazette Elmer Huekins to cjgac manufacturer in the country if ilecesaary to disprove the1 Huekins claims Huekins has not been at his Han cock home for three weeks News papers sacking to locate him were informed he had left on a trip They were unable to determine where he had gone or when he would be back Goorge Huekins Recovering CEDAR RAPIDS Dec 14 George E Hucklus who with his father Elmer S Huekins of Han cock Wis operates a concern said to pay dividends of 26 to 52 per cent to investors today was recov ering at his home here from a seri ous illness Walter J Barngrover hisattorney said Huekins who with Charles NegKU owns a cigar store here and also is owner of the Cedar Rapids baseball association was reported yesterday to have left for Los Angeles Silent on Coast Trip Barngrover however said he was seriously ill being threatened with pneumonia The attorney said lie knew nothing of the reported California trip altho the family has spent previous winters on the coast Barngrover said he had no knowl edge of the mysterious business of the Huckinses which last August caused the government to institute an unsuccessful suit against them charging use of the mails to de fraud He said the younger Huek ins name was not signed to any of the notes given investors in the company but that only the name of Elmer S Huekins appeared upon them i Ackley Resident to i Be Buried Saturday j in Oakwood Cemetery ACKLEY Dec Ber vices for Mrs Rena Postma 73 who died Thursday morning at her home in Macy following severnl months of illness will be conducted Saturday at 1 oclock p m In the home and at 2 oclock in the First Presbyterian church by tho Rev J 3 Brittell Burial will be in the Oakwood beside her husband who died six years ago last April Mr Postma was born Oct 14 1856 in Dokkum Holland and came to America in 1882 living for sever al years in Ackley and moving to 37 years ago She was mar ried to Jacob Postma Just before she sailed for America Surviving are five children Frank and Louise at home Mra Carter Fincel Alden Mrs Robert Wightman Aplington and Earl of Ackley five grandchildren one Bro ther Charles Dykstra and one sis ter Mrs Herman Smith both of Ackley Jud Jenks says a dollar bill begins to look so little that he wouldnt be surprised if in a few years it was rated merely as car IVoshinzton Star at the Local GOLDEN TEXT As ye would that men should do to you do ye also to them like T 1 f o t wise Luke ALLIANCE Gospel Tabernacle 616 North Delaware Sunday school 2 pm Preaching service 3 p m Sanctification aa Art Experience Evening service 8 p im Weighted in the Balance The Rev E A La cour evangelist will speak at both services Saturday evening the dis trict superintendent the E C Swanson from St Paul will speak The revival meetings continue until Wednesday Dec 18 when the last service will be held with the Rev Lacour J A Schmidt pastor CATHOLIC Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and oclock Evening ser1 vises at oclock Week mass at 7 oclock Father R P Murphy Father Barnes assistant St Joseph Masses at 7 and and a m Sunday Benediction and rosary at 3 p m Rev Dean P S OConnor Father Krleger assistant CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Churh of Christ Scientist Washington and Third street north Sunday services 11 a m Subject God the Preserver of Man Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial 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 CHURCH OF CHRIST First Morning theme I Thank God for That Forgotten Sermon Evening theme 5 oclock Dangers of Daring Morning music Organ numbers Religiose J H Rogers Evening Star Wagner chorus and solo by Mrs J E Hynds Be hold I Bring You Good Tidings Barnes Let the Words of My Mouth Vesper music Grand Chorus Lacy The Shepherd and the Mocking Bird Berwald The Angelus Song Dressier Dean Haggard pastor CONGREGATIONAL First Bible school Worship 11 Evening worship Boy Scouts Monday evening Fel lowship service Wednesday evening The morning worship will open with an organ selection Pastor ale Guilmath Mrs them Blessed Are Ehlers An the Pure in Heart Jones quartet Solo Be With Us Still Mr Crosen Dr Dibble will speak from the tenth topic from the theme Christian Legacies The Christians Salva tion The evening service will open at by an organ prelude by Mrs Ehlers followed by procession al by vested choir Anthem Come to Our Heart and Abiae choir Or gan offertory Mrs Ehlers At this service the pilgrim group will run some 40 slides picturing the early history of Congregationalism or the history of the L Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St corporate commun ion of the Daughters of the King will be celebrated Sunday morning at 8 oclock The church school at The Spirit of Inquiry in Re ligion will be the sermon theme at the morninghour of Burnett Whiteheaci rector EVANGELICAL Fourteenth and Adams northwest General topic for the Sunday school is The Chris tion Spirit in Industry The school begins at 10 a m The sermon topic at 11 a m is True or False SpirT itual Peace The junior society meets at The senior society meets at 7 p m The lesson will be a different phase of Christmas giv ing It is What Have Young Peo ple to Give The evening service begins at with gospel singing The theme for the evening message will be Hearing Moses and the Prophets The Rev P W Pf altz graff will preach at both services next W Pfaltzgraff pastor LUTHERAN Fourth nnd Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a m graded Sunday school and Bible class 10 a m English service Sermon topic Blessed is He That is Not Offended in Me Mt 11210 11 a m German service 2 p m childrens Christmas program prac tice Wednesday evening at 7 and Saturday morning at 9 confirma tion instruction1 Friday evening Sunday school teachers meeting at the A Hinz pastor and Connecticut Sunday school and Bible class a m Worship at 11 a m Sermon topic Testimony That Jesus is the Christ Prelude Come Hither Ye Faithful Wilson Anthem Naz areth Gounod Offertory London derry Air arr by Post lude Hallelujah Chorus Handel Luther league devotional service p m Topic The Second Com ing of Christ leader Rucille Wright Luther league business and social meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 p m Ladies guild will meet Wednesday at p m The offi cers will entertain Choir rehearsal Wednesday at 8 p m Catechetical class for religious instruction will meet Friday at p O Soholm pastor Immanuel Fifth and Jersey southeast Sunday school and Bible class Mrs Henry Herflndahl superintendent Morning worship at Adult confirmation and communion serv ice Communion address Effort and Reward Choir anthern Here at Thy Table Lord We MeeV Hart Evening worship at Ser mon topic Faithfulness The brotherhood quartet will sing Jesus is Able to Keep by Black The Dorcas society will meet Thursday afternoon at with Mrs Oscar Larson 326 Fifteenth street south east Immediately following this there will be a meeting of tKe merged organization of the Ladies Aid and Dorcas This meeting will But I Lay It Downof Myself John 1018 Special singing the Rev Mr Nyhus Prophetic lecture First street southeast The subject of the lecture Sunday evening The Wo man Clothedwith the Sun and the Seven Headed Dragon Tuesday ev ening Dec 17 the lecture will be on Angels Are They Departed Souls Thursday night 19 the subject Mechizedek or The Person Who Mother1 Had no Father or also be a Christmas party All ara asked to bring a small gift The Luther league will meet Thursday evening at 8 at the church Commit tee Mr and Mrs Douglas Fields and Mr and Mrs George Schriver The Junior mission band will meet with Margaret Larson 326 Fifteenth street southeast Saturday at 2 Choir rehearsal Friday at 8 Con firmation class Saturday at B T Erholm pastor Our Saviours worship 9 Sermon theme Tho Great Advent Messenger Matt Music by the girls chorus Sunday school 10 Evening worship Sermon theme How to Judge Your Minister 1 Cor St Sixth street south east Graded Sunday school 9 a m Ella Woishak superintendent Am erican services at 10 a m Theme Christ the Mighty Saviour Ger man services at 11 a m Text I Kings 1918 Members to bring Christmas Sunday to oe given to A Buhr or W F Beilfuss The committee will not go to the homes Children will practice tha program at p m Choir prac tice Friday evening The holy Lords supper will be given in English on Dec 22 and in German on Dec 25 Oswald E G Mall pastor Trinity South Penn sylvania avenue Stewardship Sun day Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at J J Wik su perintendent The Rev L O Wig dohl of Ruthven will preach at the morning service at oclock and at the evening service at oclock Special music at both serv ices The every member canvass for the local and benevolence budget for next year will begin Sunday aft ernoon The Sunday school will have a rehearsal of the Christmas pro gram at the high school auditorium Sunday afternoon at oclock As the church is too small arrange ments have been made to have the Sunday school Christmas tree ser vices at the high school auditorium Sunday Dec 22 at 10 a m The Daughters of the Reformation will have their Christmas party at the Y WC A Monday evening Dec 16 at oclock Mrs Ida Rose land and Miss Theresa Holt host esses The Christmas meeting of the brotherhood will be held Tuesday evening at 8 oclock The Lincoln circle Christmas party for their families and guests will be held nt the church parlors Wednesday ev ening at 8 oclock The Grant circle will meet at the church parlors Thursday at p m Mrs A Aim klov and Mrs Fred Nelson hostes ses Friday Boy Scouts meet at p m Confirmation class Saturday at 8 a L N pas tor v METHODIST themes Junior church opens with a proces Story morning worship Darkness and Dawn eve ing service The Religion of a Plain Man Judge Clarks classfor men and Dave Randalls class for young men will meet in the court house for their opening services At thai time the Orphean orchestra will play several selections is the hour for the regular church classes will meet in their regular places with the exception of the Queen Esthers Theirs will take place at and be in connection with a Christmas vesper luncheon at the F R Currie home 845 the Junior church opens with a prcces sional O Come All Ye Faithful by the choir under the Coral Kiiebensteln by direction of The special music will be an anthem Anthems We Raise Wilson and two organ numbers by Mrs R E Fatten Hosanna Flakier and Ten dresse Lcmont Dorothy Evans will tell a Christmas story Morn ing service of worship The special music will be Paul Wachs and Glory to God in the Highest Hosmer by Mrs Patchen The choir will sing a uhristmas carol from Lapland that has been arranged by Dickinson Mrs C Smith will sing Gesu Bambinio Pitro Yon Christmas mat inee mualcale Epworth league i services Evening worship serv ice The organ numbers by Mrs Patchen will be Pastoral Sym phony from The Messiah Han del and a postlude by Stultz The cholrwill sing two numbers Long Years Ago Harrington and Holy Night Silent Night Wil liam H Sperice postor Free 146 Sixth street southwest Sunday school convenes at 10 oclock with classes for all ages charge of Preaching a competent service at 11 each In teacher oclock Class meeting at 7 oclock in the evening followed by worship and sermon at 8 oclock Bible study Tuesday evening at in the pray er meeting room Prayer service Thursday evening at Note change in the hour also change of Bible study from Wednesday to Tuesday evening Christmas pro gram will be held on Christmas eve Dec 24 George F Reichert pastor OLIVET METHODIST at a m under thedirectlbn of the sup erintendents C K Kinney and Mrs E A Flarup At 11 a m the jun ior church will meet in the auditor ium with the adult congregation for morning worship Mrs G L Wai lace will be at the piano andwill play Trinity Chimes Harry J Lincoln and Moon Dreams areverie by J R Shannon The choir will furnish special music The pastor will have an objectlesson sermon for the jun iors speaking on Jesus Changes Things The theme to be discussed by thepastor in the regular morn ing sermon Is The Promises of God The Epworth league will meet in the basement at p m for the devotional service Wilma Hathaway will have charge of the lesson At p m a song service will be held followed by a sermon on the subject Preparing for C D James pastor Union street and Nortli Carolina avenue Morn ing worship at 11 oclock The pas for his to Reli Legal Notices NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF STYLE SHOPPE STORES Inc Public notice is hereby given that Articles of Incorporation duly sighed and acknowledged by Ida Urdongen and Ervin I Urdangen have been duly filed in the office of the secretary of state of Iowa and the office of the recorder of Cerro GOrdo county Iowa which articles provide That the name of the corporation shall be Shoppe Stores Inc its principal place of business Mason City Cerro Gordo county Iowa that the general nature of the business to be transacted is 1 To establish conduct and carry on the general business of depart ment store merchandising and in connection therewith to maintain and carry on such trades or busi nesses as will permit the mainte nanceof alteration rooms including labor either for textile fur or leather work millinery dress and cloak makers clothiers outfitters and tailors 2 In general to buy sell import export manufacture or deal in and with textile fabrics leather and fur goods millinery and all kinds and description of goods wares mer chandise and general apparel for either men or women 3 To have one or more stores and to conduct the business of the corporation and promote Its objects within and without the stats of Iowa and other states without re striction as to place or amount bu subject to the laws of such states wherein the business is transacted 4 To acquireby purchase or by other methods op manner whereso ever situated the goodwill rights and properties of all kinds real or personal or mixed appertaining or being of similar character as that set out in paragraph one including all choses in action accounts and claims fo all kinds whether held by Individuals firms copartner ships associations or corporations and to undertake assume have and own the whole or any part of the assets or liabilities of any persons firms copartnerships associations or corporations and to pay for the same in cash stock of this com pany or otherwise but only as pro vided by law 5 To hold purchase or other wise acquire to sell assign trans fer mortgage pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of capital stock bonds and other evidences of indebt edness created by any other cor poration or corporations and while the holder of such stockbonds or other evidences of indebtedness to exercise the rights and privileges of ownership including the right to vote thereon to the same extent as a natural person might or could do 6 To enter into and have the express power as fully as any in dividual might have the making of tor will preach using theme Some Obstacles gious Growth Luke In the absence of Mrs J F Butcher Mrs Eldist Walls preside at the piano for the morning worship Ev ening worship at The pastor usa for his theme Making the Most Good of Limited Opprtum ties Text John 9 4 Church school at p m Mrs M M Brewton superintendent Mrs Berlina War ren superintendent of the junior de7 partrnent The high school girls graded class which is taught bjf Mrs J C McGliity the adult Biblci and the young mens classes will meet at their usual place and hour Midweek prayer service at the home of Mr and Mrs Charlie Brew ton Wednesday evening at to led by the pastor J C Mc Ginty pastor PRESBYTERIAN First a Church school 11 a m Morning worship Choir will sing Pilot of Charles Dalin will sing a solo Sermontheme The Spirit of Christmas by the pastor 2 p Lightbearers The juniors also at 2 will have a Christ mas meeting p m Mar ian Peterson leads SeniorYoung People in discussion of Procuring Training for Service p m Evening worship The pastor will tell the stories of the Christmas hymns The quartet will sing Bene diction by Homblin Tuesday 7 p m Boy Scouts Wednesday p m in church the Missionary soci ety Subject SyriaPersia Mrs Blythe will give an address on The Christmas Story Mrs Sloan will sing Hostesses Mrs Peterson and Mrs Sloan Thursday p m Choir rehearsal Saturday 2 p Moving pictures racts of every sort and kind not prohibited by law 7 To have all the powers neces sary for or incidental to the con venient transaction of the business for which it has been organized or necessary suitable or proper for the accomplishment of any of the pur poses or objects herein enumerated or which shall at any time appear conductive or expedient for the pro tection or benefit of the corpora tion The foregoing clauses shall be construed both as objects and pow ers it being hereby expressly pro vided that the1 foregoing enumera tion of specific powers shall not be held to limit or restrict in any man ner the powers of the corporation The capital stock of the company as authorized shall be Fifty Thousand Dollars divided into Five Hundred Shares 500 of the par value of One Hundred Dol lars each to be issued from time to time as and when cosh has been paid in for same or otherwise but only according to law That the commencement of the corporation shall be as of Dec 4 1929 and shall continue thereafter forTwenty 20 yearsunless sooner dissolved by the votes of not less than Sixty 60 per cent of the stock issued and outstanding That the affairs of the Corp That the affairs of the corpora tion shall be conducted by a board of directors of two 2 subject to such restrictions as may be taken from time to time by the stock holders or by the bylaws adopted by the corporation that the offi cers of the company shall be a pres ident a vice president a secretary and a treasurer that the follow ing officers are named as the first officers of the corporation and shall hold office until their successors are duly elected and qualified to wit President Ida Urdangen Vice President E I Urdangen Secretary E I Urdangen Treasurer Ida Urdangen That the directors are Ida Ur dangen and E I Urdangen That at any regular meeting or special meeting called for that pur iose the stockholders may change he aforesaid officers may create other offices and elect other offi cers which such officers shall hold office until the next annual meet ing or until their successors are elected and qualified that two or more offices may be held by the lame person that each officer or director must be a stockholder that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders shall be held on the second 2 Tuesday of January each year at such hour ag may be fixed by the directors or the bylaws of the corporation and for the election of directors and the transaction of thecorporate business generally any evidences whether secured of by Indebtedness mortgage or otherwise or the making of con Centrnl Elclghts Graded Sunday school and Bible class at a m at Central Heights chapel CJiurch of the Jvazarene 215 South Federal avenue Sunday school 10 a m Preaching 11 a m Sunday evening The Rev Mr Nyhus of Forest City will preach Sunday morning Mrs Roy Wiggins will preach Sunday evening on the text No Man TaketU Mc PAUL SAYS Those people familiar with the standards by which the quality of foods prepared for the table is judged will upon sight and taste unhesi tatingly recognize the superiority of the Green Mill foods It is at this busy Christmas season that those who seldom eatout should get ac quainted with these fine foods Why not the Green Mill for Sunday dinner Meet Your Friends at the CAFE THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD scribed our names this 29th day of November A D 1929 IDA URDANGEN ERVIN I URDANGEN STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County Before me Edgar S Gage a no tary publicin and for Cerro Gordo county and state of Iowa person ally appeared Ida Urdangen and Brvln I Urdangen to me personally tnpwn and who each for themselves acknowledged this to be their free and voluntary act and deed ia the date and year above written EDGAR S GAGE Notary Public NOTICE OP OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Cerro Gordo County ss In District Court No 3861 October term 1929 To All Whom It May Concern You are hereby notified that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Francis E McGlone deceased dated Nov 26 1921 having been this day filed opened and read Monday the 20th day of January 1930 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the court house in Mason City Iowa before the district court of said county or the clerk of said court and at 2 oclock p m of the day above mentioned all persons inter ested are hereby notified and re quired to appear and show cause ifany they have why said instru ment should not be probated and al lowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased Dated at Mason City Iowa Dec 13 1929 S H MacPEAK Clerk of District Court By Margaret RUey Deputy That the private property of its stockholders are exempt from cor porate debts In witness whereof we have sub Ready for You ixEADY and anxious to serve you Complete facilities for putting your old feattery in top notch condition A line of new Universal batteries that is with out parallel for quality power Our service too is de signed to excel Use your tele phone Well be glad to cali STODDARD TIRE AND SUPPLY CO Phono SCO 34 Second St N E SUNDAY DEC 15 8 P M Subject The Woman nnd thiv j c christen GREAT RED DRAGON Lecturer on With Seven Hcnds nnd Ten Horns Prophecy Kcv AT THE Prophetic Lecture Hall At 29 First St S E DO NOT MISS IT ADMISSION FREE ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of loiva in and for Cerro Goido County January Term 1930 Albert Hackley Plaintiff vs Marie Hackley Defendant To Marie Hackley You are hereby notified that there will be on file Dec 26 1929 in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named County and State a petition of plaintiff claiming of you an absolute divorce on the grounds of desertion Now unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said Court to be held at the Court House in Mason City Iowa in said County commencing on Jon 6 1930 default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in ac cordance with the prayer of said petition STANLEY L HAYNES Attorney for Plaintiff Mason City Youth and Teammate in HoldUp Face Trial in January WAVERLY Dec Murray of Mason City and C W Miller of Charles City held here on a holdup charge will probably come up for trial at the January term of district court before Judge M F Edwards of Parkersburg The two are charged with robbery with ag gravation in connection with the taking of 25 from Kenneth Sims of Mnneapolis in a holdup early one Sunday morning about six weeks ago at Plainfield Fred Dugan of Charles City third mem SHE JLucite in tfia vxijulxitc ncnr du font Pattern Shell recognize at once that this Lucitc pattern is thing for her boudoir The design is taken from an old vase of Iho 5lh Century the finest period of Greek art Decorated with Silver nnd Cold tinls on a beautiful Corul Pink du Pont Lucilc Threepiece Fivepiece set See our complete display of the du Pont patterns today s me a a a m I 1 3 BRING YOUR GIFT LIST to the FIRST NATIONAL and supply yourself with a quantity of now crisp paper cur rency for all of those who would ap preciate gifts of cash By starting your shop ping this way youll save a lot of searching through the stores for gifts that might not exactly touch the spot Come in eaily of MASON CITY JVaiional Bank for Savings yj   

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