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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO 5IASQN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE A vaxi IXLUHKGAZETTE LOCAL SOPRANO ON PROGRAM AS SOLOIST SUNDAY Variety in Numbers Abo to Be Featured Wednesday Night in Park The Mason City municipal band is putting in much extra time practic ing for the state band contest a Cedar Falls and preparing the regu Jar semiweehly concerts of the sum mer season Special features and a wide variety of type have been an nounced by the band for concerts Sunday and Wednesday nights in East park Miss Madelynne Powell who scored a success already this season as soloist with the band is on the program again for Sunday night This talented youthful soprano has shown herself especiallly capable of singing effectively with the full band background for accompani ment Von Webers dramatic Oberon overture Is on the program Sunday night Familiar melodies from Frimls Rose Marie Hungarian dances by Brahms and a descrip tive A Hunting Scene by Buca loasi are other features Another well rounded program is planned for Wednesday night Light Cavalry overture by Suppe a favorite with nearly all audiences will be played A selection from Gilbert and Sullivans operetta The Mikado and Herberts Sou venir are scheduled Evolution of Dixie by Lake and Danse Caro lina by Turner are other features The opening and closing marches are by Wendland They are Dia mond Jubilee and The Corn husker The band will compete in Class A of the state contest Aug 11 a Cedar Falls Cedar Falls is planning to observe its eightieth anniversary Cash prizes will be awarded C F Weaver is drilling the musicians for this contest Despite the extra time being devoted to the prepara tions for the contest the same level of quality will be maintained in the local concerts THE GOLDEN TEXT Psalm 27 is the strength of my life of whom shall I be afraid Sprole Chosen Chairman of Garner Library Board Committees Are Selected GARNER July new members on the library board ap pointed by the town council have aken their places They are Mrs T H McMahon Mrs B L Prouty and Mrs F M Zeiger At their first meeting J N Sprole was elected chairman and iliss Alva Pollock secretary and treasurer The latter place had ieen filled for 16 years by Mrs J 1 Morrison Committees were appointed Wed nesday as follows Book committee T R Mounce Mrs F E Black tone Miss Alva Pollock and the 11 rarian finance committee I C Hastings and Mrs B L Prouty and grounds Mrs Wilbur Carr Mrs McMahon and Mrs Zeiger cwn worship Sermon subject Guaran Iced investment unloj evening str A W Cau CATHOLIC Holy strett norUiweat at lnd i m lhi J Lehlsh Catholic Chapel Service Sunday at a ConfeSto be SCIENCE Church of Christ OF CHWST p PrenchtoB at Evening ce will ha Meld at East park In can other evansellcal chur hea at and Mrs Robert Miller Malayan ex plorer will ipealt miuayan CONOKEOATIONAI t Bible sqhool At n worshlp 10 45 the nwby EWer3 by V11 6e th8 the ct Acquainted with the Unl ir Universe Boy Monday evening Regular services Aug 6 will be the lust meeung before the nitnmer vacation William L Dibble mln EVANdEUCAI flrace 1JOO Adams avenue northeast 10 unday school 11 morning senIce for worship Junior Intermediate and Senior league evening service 8 Wednesday midweek prayer service H C ttrunraeler minister EPISCOPAL at Sunday after Trinity m Holy Communion No Fellowship Tuesday 1 p mBoy Scouts Par ish hall Pageant rehearsals each day and evening An American Epic Friday eve ning 8 p m Roosevelt Rev Robert Redenbaugh rector LUTHERAN Stale ana Connecticut Sunday school a m E C Martin superintendent Divine worship at eed or Faint Musical numbers for This service are as follows Prelude At Prayer Hathbun anthem Praise Ye the Lord Palmer offertory Adoration Atnerton postlude Fraternal March I ndsaj Monthly meeting at church coun cil Tuesday S p m Choir rehearsal Thurs day night at S oclock Meeting of the congregation Montlay AUK 7 at 8 oclock The Kav George G Parker pastor Irnmanuel Fltlh and Jersey avenue sssrtsssK srjDo read the sermon In the absence of the oas or There will be special music No eve ning service Thursday northwest division with Mrs Charles Olson 302 North Taylor avenue Thursday evening Sfartha society with Haiel alia Eaiil Wallskog 107 Twenty n nth street southwest Saturday the south division win have a bake sale at Damon tore The Rev B T Erholm pastor avenue and Twen yflfUi street southwest Morning wor fiP 9 sermon theme Treasure Seekers ttalt Sunday school 10 Luther eague program at The dally vacation Jch001 wni continue next week o The Sunbeam Workers will have picnic Thursday after Bible school H O Urn ess pastor St Sixth street southeast railed Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Woicnok secreUry anc treasurer American services at 10 a m Theme Holy Special musii by the choir Council meeting on Tutsdav B p m Aid Wednesday n m with Mrs Ouitav Ruhnke and Mrs Olga Tobsing serving Special meeting of the voting members Wednesday 8 p m for a final vote on the building project Pay flues so you mav vote Wartburg Luther league Thursday 8 p m In church parlors with Irene Ra dunze and Helllerlch servlrV Choir Friday Junior choir Saturday Osl wald E Q Mall pastor Pennsylvania avenue south east Graded Sunday school and Bible classes al oclock J I win super intendent Homing worship at oclock Sermon theme Loyaltv to Christ Matthew Soprano sok How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings s Ud dle by Mss alga Mocn Tha board of deacons will meet Tuesday it p m The B and CT circle will have a picnic luncheon at East park Thurs tor P m L N wlBflahl PM Delaware avenue north east Bible classes at a m Morn ng worship at 9 oclock Graded Sunday school at David Olson suoer ntendent o L NWlgdahl pastor METHODIST comer of Washington avenue and Second street northwest oclock church school Mr Lilly in charge of the adult de artment oclock morning worship Miss Faulkner of the Womens Home Mis sionary society will bring the message Fve nlng union services will be at oclock at East park Mrs Robert Stiller wife ot he explorer will bring the message Sixth street southwest Sun ay school at 10 oclock Morning worship i h1mS Is tle Organized Church scriptural Reception of members Sunday morning Young peoples meeting Sunday venlng Mr Ezra Cerney leader evangelistic services at 8 oclock Mens rayer meeting Monday evening at 8 oclock In the pastors study Womens missionary meeting will be entertained at p m In the H Sykes home 1522 North Presl dent avenue Baptismal service and prayer meeting will be held Thursday evening at 8 oclock on the banks or the WInnebago river on the A E Rowe farm onehalt mile northwest of the sugar plant Young peoples prayer meeting Friday evening al the w Schmidt minister a m church school C K Klnney superintendent 11 a m morning worship The Rev 0 J Felter of Hawkeye will preach T Rlejstad will slog a aolo Mrs Leon H Woodward will play the pre lude offertory and postlude numbers There ill service an the church will unite In the union service at East nark Just preceding the band concert The Ladles Aid Thursday afternoon with Mes dames Hendrlckson and Hendrlckson as hostesses I 0 0 p m Sunday school J p m church service sermon by Frank Union services a m Church school p m The w H Missionary will have charge of a program S The Aid will meet al the church W Sims pajtor State and Rock Glenn At a m Germanat 10 Sunday school and at 11 oclock English worship and the Lord 3 Supper At p m union ser vice at Bant H Kohler pastor MISCELLANEOUS Alliance school 10 preaching 11 young peoples service 7 evangelistic pralae service 0 Tuesday prayer meeting at 8 Wednesday mission ary barm meeting al Thursday choir A Perkins minister cnurch of the and hlrd street southwest Sunday school at 45 Mrs Robert Wyborny superintendent Preaching service at 11 subject A Charge to Build Jail service at 3 p m oung peoples meeting at the tabernacle p m Evangelistic service at 8 oclock treet meeting In Central park at 8 oclock aturdny evening Prayer meeting Wedncs ay evening at the tabernacle Annual hurch meeting Friday evening Aug 4 DIs rlcl Supl C Preston Roberts will be pres H Enoch pastor school at 2 o clock Preaching at 3 Prayer meeting at Mrs C C Grahams 1215 Twelfth street northwest Tuesday forenoon at and at H Sykej 1522 North President Friday forenoon at the same hour Junior mission ary society Thursday at p O Helgen superintendent Thefts by Pickpockets at Haugen Funeral Is Revealed in Northwood NORTHWOOD July pockets were active at the funera service of G N Haugen held here last week according to information just made public Two Northwood men and a Lake Mills man reported losses ranging from 10 to each Four wallets and bill folds were found beneath an outhouae on residence property adjoining the Nofthwood Lutheran church where the funeral was held when the building was removed from its former location this week The fourth victim has not made his loss known Occupants of the home on the lot next to the church property recalled seeing two strange men enter the building the afternoon of the funeral One of the victims stated he was positive the purse was taken from lim while he was standing in a closely packed crowd within the church just inside the door as at no other time was he in the midst of a crowd on that day 632527 Vehicles Registered ST PAUL July 29 imately 25 per cent of the total pop ulation of Minnesota or one out of every four persons owns an automo bile truck or motorcycle according to compilations today of motor ve hicle registrations with Secretary of State Mike Holm Up to July 1 there were 632527 motor vehicles registered CODE FAVORED BY GRAIN MEN North Central Group Meeh at AJgona 60 Present for Session ALGONA July meeting of the North Central Iowa grain men was held Thursday night at the Al gona hotel with 60 members pres ent for the purpose of discussing a new grain trade code for country elevators and feed dealers Earl Galbraith president from Sac City presided at the meeting and gave the opening talk on the new code and the new deal Jack Westerfleld of Des Moines who is secretary presented the code as drawn up by a committee for sug gestions and approval The men present are in favor of the new code This is the third of a group of meetings being held The first was at Sac City Tuesday night the nec ond at Sheldon Wednesday night and the third here Thursday night Will Present Kecital GREENE July 29Miss Phyllis Pooley will give a senior piano re cital at the Presbyterian church Monday night She will be assisted y Miss Ziolah Morgan and Miss Mary Ethel Ellis w Concerts Presented by theMunicipal Band Maybe the new champ isnt an American but Americans can pro nounce his real nn Tribune Save Money on all DRY CLEANING Casfr and Carry Cleaners 1 A M to 7 P M 313 S Federal Ave 24 East State St and 7up Carbonated Beverages In Bottles Mason City Bottling Co Phone 85 701 S Fed Ave HclsteinMilk Now Is The Time To Make Plans for the Necessary Improve ments to Your Property READY MIXED CONCRETE For Permanence Uniformity of Quality Easier Workability HENKEL CONSTRUCTION CO Phono 2026 525 9th St S E SIGNS Large and Small Phone Two0Two SYSTEM Vacation Permanents Waves for every texture of hair Prices to Suit All MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO Phone 919 7 8 Delaware TRY MASON MAID Butter Milk Cream and Cottage Cheese Mason City CoOperative Dairy Phone 221 CHOCOLATE CHIP ICE CREAM Qt 35c Pt 18c BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO N Fed 621 S Fed GERMARID Uosqultog AntH Roaches Bed Bags and the Eggs that can be reached by the very effec tive on hogs and cattle Fragrant and Stainless DEALERS WATTEn KELROY FUEL AND FURNACE CO Phone 141 147 4th S W WHERE PHOTOGRAPHS RUSSELL Photo Studio BngleyBeck Bdg Like the IDEAL i LAUNDRY SEBVJCE Its Pho one 22 Ideal American Laundry FUR STORAGE Protect Your Fur Coat From Moths Fire and Theft CALL 788 or 789 CLEANING REPAIRING RESTYLING BETSY ROSS Sliced Bread BIG LOAF 0c Buy It From Your Grocer PFAFF Pure and Wholesome 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