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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1933, Mason City, Iowa JULY 22 1933 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VARIETY FEATURE OF WEEKS PROGRAMS BY LOCAL BAN CORNET SOLO BY STEWART LISTED SUNDAY EVENING Special Selections Planned for Wednesday Night by Musicians A variety in type of music is an outstanding characteristic of the programs Sunday and Wednesday nights for the municipal band in East park Classic numbers from the old masters musical comedy and operetta selections marches caprices and popular tunes are in cluded Carleton L Stewart director of the high school band Is the feat ured soloist on the Sunday night program with cornet solos He has appeared previously as soloist with the band and before many local clubs and has established a high reputation as a virtuoso soloist as well as director of an organization which ranked first in national com petition Raymond overture by Thomas a melodious and colorful selection is also featured on the Sunday night program A selection from Kerns famous Show Boat and Her berts caprice Bandinage have been scheduled A suite Ballet Egyptian by Luigini will be given Wednesday night In this series of short themes the composer has caught descrip tive effects which made the suite outstanding The overture Wednes day night is Queen for a Day by Adams Fredericksburg Rites Held for Fred Brown FREDERICKSBURG July Funeral services for Fred Brown 66 were held yesterday afternoon in the Methodist church with the Rev A M Sharp of the Brethren church officiating Mr Brown died at his home here Wednesday after an illness extending over seven years Besides his wife he is survived by one son Frank Brown of Sum ner three daughters Mrs Mae Triplett of Fredericksburg Mrs Vida Beebe of Brooklyn and Mrs Arlene Knieger of Tripoli Iowa and one brother William Brown of Fredericksburg John Moser Pioneer Hurt Farmer Is Dead BURT July Moser pio neer Union township farmer died at his home here yesterday morning He suffered a stroke several weeks ago and had been in poor health since that time Hold Picnic at Algonn LTJVERNE July Chris tian Endeavor society of the Pres byterian church and the Young Peoples society of the Evangelical church enjoyed a joint picnic at Al jona yesterday Sunday at L V Churche THE GOLDEN TEXT Prov exalteth a nation but sin is a reproach to any people BAPTIST achool at Wonhlr Boaz and Huth a Love Story uf the Harvest Time Sermon for the juniors who will attend as a department ol the Bible Evening union service at Eaat park at W Caul minister CATHOLIC St at a 8 and 10 a m Benediction and rosary at 4 p Rt Rev P s OConnor pastor the Rev J Ollnger assistant Holy street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and a m nev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant LehlRh Cntholle every Bunday at a m Confession before mass catechism 10 minutes after The Kev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Flrsl Church of Christ Inglon and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a m Subject Truth Sun day school a m Wednesday evening testimonial meeting Reading room east end of church Week days 11 a m to 5 p m CONQBEOATIONAI will begin at with the Bible school followed by regular church services at which will open with an organ selection by Mrs Ehlera Dr Dibble will preach roin the ninth theme on Get ting Acquainted With the Universe the Worship of dad Boy Scouta Monday eve nlns at 7 CHCKCH OF CHRIST Curse of GoW will be the topic for the Sunday morning sermon to bo given by the pastor David L Kratz Bible school will meet at Morning worship at Sunday evening the union service at East parli will besln at The Kev G H Kohler will speak at this David L Kratz pastor St Sunday after Trlnlly S m Holy Communion special music prelude Prelude Op 23 No 6J by Chopin offertory Ave Verum by nol postlude March Heroic by Dale 4 p m Staff meeting on An Americar iplc church parlors p TO Young Peoples Fellowship mothers night Guild hall evening prayer and supper Monday l oclock luncheon meeting St Johns guild B C Way cottage Dodges point Clear Lake Tuesday 7 p m Boy Scouts Guild hall Wednesday 1 p ra luncheon meeting St Katherlnes guild Mrs A M Schanke 212 South Second street Clear Rev Robert it Redenbaugh rector EVANGELICAL North Adams avenue 10 Sunday school classes for all 11 morning service for worship Junior Intermedi ate and senior league evening service 8 Wednesday mid week prayer service LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware B a m graded Sunday school and Bible class 10 a m English service 11 a m German service The pastor will jpeak on Pauls Para doxical Classification of Men according to Rom 6 1823 Sundny afternoon the pas tor leave for a two weeks vacation durJng which time he win also attend the 8 day convention of the Wisconsin Bynod at Milwaukee HJs address will be Aden WIs During his absence the Rev F W Woller wl conduct the Sunday services and taka charge of pastoral A Hlnr minister Stale and Connecticut Sun day school a m E C Martin super intendent Sixth anniversary service at 11 oclock Sermon theme The Church at Work Musical numbers for this service are as follows Prelude Amiante In F Shepperd anthem Thine o Lord Kent offertory Minuet in G Beethoven post lude Festal March Kroeger Ladies gulM meeting Wednesday afternoon at oclock Mrs M E Zarllng and Mrs L Menke hostesses Choir rehearsal Thursday night at 8 Rev George G Parker pastor St Slxth street southeast Graded Sunday school D a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Wolsnak secretary and American services at 10 a m Text St Luke 17 1119 German services at II a m Text St Luke 17 n19 The pastor will speak la Britt Sunday evening Lutheran Friendship society Wednesday a p mf In church parlors with the R Buhrs and the Tlma serving Choir Friday and Junior choir E G Mall pastor Fifth and Jersey south east Sunday school Worship Sermon Law Love and the Law of Retaliation Special music Dorcas Aid Thursday at Hostesses Mrs Axel Wallskog Mrs Axel Anderson Mrs Peter Nelson Luther league Thursday at fi wtlh Carl Olson 302 North Taylor Educational T Erholm pastor GOT and Twentyfifth southwest Morning worship 9 Sermon theme The Rich Young Ruler Matt 19 1626 Sunday school 10 Dally vacation Bible school will begin Monday morning at All children of vicinity aro In vited Bring your Sunday school book and a O Urness pastor Soutn Pennsylvania avenue Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock J I Wlk superintendent Morning worship at oclock Prelude and offertory by Allyn J Warner Sermon theme When Man Meets Jesus General Ladles Aid at church parlors Friday at oclock Hostesses Mrs Wayne McGowan Mrs L A Lysne Mrs W W Gregerson The Forest Park circle will present the pro gram Devotlonals led by Mrs J J Wlk Piano solos by Esther Wlk Loretta Hoi man and Clarice Qregerson Talk by Mrs R O Storvlck Our China O L N wigdahl pastor North Delaware avenue Bible class at a m Morning worship at Q oclock Graded Sunday school at oclock David Olson O L N Wlgrtahl pastor METHODIST street ana Washington ave nue northwest Church school at W P lutler win give the lesson tn the adult de partment Morning worship at nt which the pastor will preach on Hours When Men Go Down The church wltl Join the union service at p m at East H Spence pastor a m church school C K Kltiney superintendent 11 a m morning worship and sermon Theme An Ancient Code Mrs L H Lundahl will sing a solo Mrs Leon H Woodward will play the pre lude offertory and poatlude numbers For the evening service our chlurch Is uniting In the evening service at East park at to sharp Just preceding the band con cert Young peoples Institute will at Clear Lake Monday morning A Queen Es ther group rally will be held at the institute grounds Thursday afternoon and evening those desiring to attend from Olivet ar asked to see Mrs Oiaf regarding transportation The Ladles Aid will serve the usual monthly supper to the public on Thursday evening I O O F p m Sunday school 3 p m church service a m and p m Church school 1230 r m Charles W Slma pastor East State and Rock Glenn At German service at 10 Sunday school and 11 oclock worship in English At p m union service at the East H Kohler paslor Sixth street southwest Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning worship at 13 Text John and He Brought Him to Jesua Evening services at peoples leader Is Ezra Cerney tic message at 8 oclock Mens prayer meeting Monday evening at 8 oclock In the pastors study Church prayer meeting Thursday evening and young peoples social iSer Friday W Schmidt mln church school 11 a m mom ing worship Sermon Features of Relig ious Response Sermon by the pastor An them by the young peoples choir Accept My Heart Union evening service in East rk MISCELLANEOUS Alliance school 10 areacbjng 11 young peoples service 7 with Brands Pietersen and Vernon Dahl con ducting the second of a series of studies on Friendships Evangelistic service at 8 Tues day night at 8 oclock will begin the semi annual night of prayer conducted In all Christian and Missionary Alliance branches All Christians are Invited Missionary band meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2 at the home of Mrs Rhodes on the south side No choir practicesduring A Perkins minister JOHN H HANSEN ROCKWELL DIES Aged Resident Survived by Wife Three Daughters and One Son ROCKWELL July H Hansen 76 died at oclock last night from heart disease He had only been ill a day but had been in poor health since suffering a stroke last winter Mr Hansen lived in Rockwell since retiring from his farm in Bath township 18 years ago He came to Cerro Gordo county from Clinton county Surviving are his wife son Cornelius P Hanaen and three daughters Mrs Mary Wltte Mrs Henry Johnson and Mrs Amelia Gaffney all living in or near Rock well Two brothers and two sisters preceded him In death Funeral arrangements have not been made pending word from rela tives In California Cactus gardens of the Hunting ion library in Los Angeles now con tain 20000 plants SHEFFIELD BRICK PLANT TO OPEI 40 Men Will Be Employed1 Trowbridge Is General Superintendent SHEFFIELD July 22The Sheffield Brick and Tile company which has not operated either of its plants during thte past season will again swing into action in the next few clays when the company wil open plant No 2 at full capacity The plant will operate on a full time schedule employing 40 work men who will work nine hours a day for six days a week with the exception of the firing squad which will work two 12 hour shifts W B Trowbridge will be general plant superintendent with John Furness the foreman in charge of the firing and the yard Forrest Bird will be foreman of the mill Indications are that tke plant will operate for 60 days and pos sibly longer if business conditions continue to improve 30 Sign for Kiester Band Hilton to Lead KIESTER Minn July project of organizing a band made a good start when 30 members signed up A committee is working on completing details of the band The Rev H N Hilton will be he band leader jjmnia the band leader Concerts Save Money on all DRY CLEANING Cash and Carry Cleaners 1 A M to 1 5 401 N 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