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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1933, Mason City, Iowa ft FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTK ATTrTTCT 1 AUGUST a fjf 1933 STATE CONTEST NUMBERS ON PROGRAM BY MUNICIPAL BAND KUNZ IS SOLOIST FOR CONCERT IN PARK ON SUNDAY Musicians Polish Pieces to Be Presented Aug 11 at Cedar Falls Numbers to be presented by the Mason City municipal band at the state contest Friday Aug 11 at Cedar Falls were scheduled for the program Sunday night at 8 oclock in East park These numbers are an overture Fountain of Youth by King required number for com petition and Slavonic Rhapsody by Friedman named as the selec tive piece of the local band The band has been putting in much extra time rehearsing these two numbers polishing1 them as finely as possible for the stiff com petition expected at Cedar Falls from all parts of the state Music scores have been changed some to make more effective the loca bands interpretation of the selec tion Competition will be in two classes for class A towns of 3000 and more In population and class B for towns of less than 3000 In class A prizes will be First 5200 second 5100 third Class B prizes will bo First 5100 second and third 550 Prcscott Is Judge Judges of the contest will be Ger ald R Prescott Minneapolis Uni versity of Minnesota band director and formerly of Mason City Lyle W Downey band and orchestra di rector of Kansas State college Man hattan Kans and Edson Morphy band and orchestra director Univer sity of Wisconsin Madison In addition to the contest num bers the local band Is preparing marches to be used in the massec event in the evening after the con test Another feature on the Sunday night program is a solo by Dr R F Kunz tenor Dr Kunz who will sing popular numbers with band accom paniment is welt known to local audiences for his musical ability Descriptive on Program In the Clockstore a descriptive fantasia by Orth on the Sunday night program includes many novel effects The Wednesday night concert in cludes Stradella overture by Rossini Babes in Toyland by Herbert a descriptive Forge in the Forest by Michailes a waltz Wine Women and Song by Strauss and a caprice Lovers anc by King A generous propor ton of marches and popular num bers will also be presented Biermann Will Speak at Picnic Tuesday in Cresco ORESCO Aug Bier niann representative from the fourth congressional district will give the evening addressat the As sumption church picnic on the par ish school grounds Tuesday evening The day program will consist of games and sports Sunday at Local Churches THEJMLDEN TEXTI John us love one another for love is of God BAITIST school at Morning worship and Communion service at Sermon subject Water From the Well o Bethlehem1 union service at Eaat park a The Rev A W Caul speakur Goda Plumbllne Wednesday evening at 7M5 Ij the quarterly business meeting of the church Some plans for the future to be discussed W Caul minister CATHOLIC St at 6 8 and 10 a m Benediction and rosary at 4 p Ht Hev P s OConnor pastor the Rev J Ollnger assistant Hnly street northwest Sunday at 7 and n m Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Jrfhljch Catholic every Sunday at a m Confession before mass Catechism 15minutes after The Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ tnslon and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a m Subject Spirit Sunday school a m testimonial meeting p m Heading room east end of church Week days 11 a m to 5 p m CHURCH OP CHRIST special meeting of the congrega tion is called for Sunday morning to pass on a resolution referred by the board in special assembly Wednesday evening Bible school will meet at Morning worship meets at The subject ot tho morning ser mon Is Unsealed Summits Following the morning sermon the short business session will convene in charge of s I Haynes chairman of the congregation Evening ser vices will be at East park In cooperation wlln the ministerial association A W Caul pastor of the Baptist church will spesK CONGREGATIONAL school Worship 1045 Un Ehlers the organ Mrs Hostettlcr n charge of music Sermon theme A Man Vho Saw Boy Ecouts Monday evening 7 he Bible school will continue at the usual lour during August church worship will be esumed first Sunday In am L Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St Sunday after Trinity 8 a m Holy Communion Special music Prelude Andante Pastorale by of fertory Large by Peeie postlude BorUe In BPlat by Janvier p m young peo pie 9 fellowship supper nnd meeting lion day p m ball game Central school grounds Boy Scouts troop No 35 vs Troop No 21 Tuesday 7 p m Boy Scouts guild hall Wednesday St KaUi erlne s guild 1 oclock luncheon with Itrs R F Kunr Algona Beach clear The Rev Robert AT rector EVANGELICAL North Adams avenue 10 Sunday school 11 morning service for wori ship Junior Intermediate and senior league evening service S Monday regular meeting of the board of stewards and trustees 8 Wednesday midweek prayer C Brunemelerl minister LUTHERAN State and Connecticut ave nue Sunday school BM5 E C Martin su perintendent Divine worship 11 a m Ser mon by the pastor Special congregational business meeting Monday Auc 7 ft g p m Monthly meeting of the brotherhood Tuesday night 8 oclock Ladles Guild meeting Wednesday at p mThe Rev George G Parker pastor avenue and Fifth street southeast Sunday school at Morning service at Nels Landgren will read the sermon In the absence of the pastor There will be ifieclal music NO evening service The south division will meet Thursday Aug 10 at the home of ilra Nels Landgren 524 Twentieth street southeast Brotherhood at the church Thurs day night at 8 Committee In charge Nels Landgren and Fritz Frld The Martha girls vlU have an Ice cream social on the church awn Friday Aug Rev B T rholm pastor Our avenue and Tven ytlfth street southwest Morning worship Sermon theme Profit or Loss The pupils of the dally vacation Bible school will sing Sunday school 10 Luther league vlll hold a treasure hunt Friday night at 30 Sunday school and Bible school picnic at clear Lake a week from Sunday br Sixth street southeast Graded Sunday school B o m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Wotsnak secretory ani treasurer American services at 10 a Theme God German services at m Theme God The brotherhood does not meet till Sunday Aug 13 at the Krleeer country home Choir Friday Junior choir E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania avenue Sunday school and Blbe class at 030 oclock J I WIX superintendent Morning warship with lords Supper at oclock Sermon theme The Two ways to Eter nity Matthew Prelude and offer tory by AJJyn J Warner The board of trus tees and the church council will meet Mon day evening at oclock The Forest Park circle meet at West park Thurs day at p m Thursday evening at 8 oclock H O Egertson ot the Lutheran Gateway Gospel mission Minneapolis Minn will speak at Trinity church and will ad dress the Ladles AM Friday at p m He will apeak at tho Calvary church Fri day evening at s oclock General Lndles Aid at church parlors Friday at p m Hostesses Mrs A J Carman Mrs JJ E Reed and Mrs John L N Wlgdahl pastor North Delaware aventie Bible class at a m Morning worship at 9 oclock Graded Sunaay school and Bible class at oclock David Olson L N WIgdaW pastor METHOUISr street and Washington avc northwest church school Mrs A A Brlgge will teach the adult department morning worship Dr A Earl Keraa lan Washington D C will speak on America Must Not Sell Out Dr Kerna lan Is on a weeks speaking tour for the National Prohibition Emergency committee The spccral music will be Anthem New ivery Morning Is the Love Bullard aolo r Lawrence Cain two organ numbers Song Dellruck Postlude Vtbcr evening service at East park The Rev A W Caul will speak on Gods H Spence pastor sixth street southwest Sunday chool at 10 Sermon hour at 11 Subject Stand In the Cap young peoples meet Ing at p m Miss Dorothy Kappelman leader At 8 oclock Miss Jennie C Jenson returned missionary from India will speak She will ress In dlndlan costume and bring curios Mens prayer meeting Monday eve Ding at s oclock Jn pastors study Thurs day evening an Immersion service will be held on the A E Rowo farm onahalf mile northwest of the sugar plant Friday evening at s o CJOCK the young people will clve a public program on the subject Steward W Schmidt minister Union and class a rn Proaehlnu 8 p m The W H Missionary society will meet Wednesday in the regular monthly meeting The official Board monthly meeting Monday evening 8 W Sims pastor State and Rock Glenn At 35 a m German at 10 Sunday school ana at 11 oclock worship In English Union ser vice p m Monday evening at All members of the fficial board have been asked to be present H Kohler pastor PRESBYTERIAN street and Washington avc nue church school Curlelon Sebern superintendent n morning worship The Rev Archibald Cardie DD pnntor of the first Presbyterian church at Burlington will The young peoples Cholr will sing Beside the Still Waters by Hamblen SIlss Stevens will play for the prelude A 3ong Words by Mendelssohn for the offertory A Folk Song by Mendel ssohn ana the K Davles minister East Sunday school BVd Con In superintendent MISCELTANEOCS Church of the and bird street southwest Sunday school at 35 MrsRobert Wyborny superintendent reaching service at 11 Subject A Rad ant Certainty Young peoples meeting at 15 Hazel chrlstofferson leader Evan ellEtlc service at 8 p m Church prayer reeling Wednesday evening street meeting i Central park Saturday evening at S H Enoch pastor Good North Monroe avenue Sunday school at 2 p m Mission ary address at 3 by Miss Jennie C Jensen from India Prayer meeting Tuesday fore noon to be announced later Prayer meeting Friday at a m at Mrs Everett Klrbyo 310 East1 state street junior Mis sionary society Thursday at O Helgen pastor EVANGELIST COMING A EARL KERNAHAN Dr A Earl Kernahan Wash ington D C Is to speak Sun day morning at the First Methodist church at on America Must Not Soil Out Dr Kernahan is well knoivn to many people in Mason City as he conducted the Kernahan per sonal visitation campaign in the fall of 1831 amongthe churches of the city At present he is on a speaking tour for the national prohibition emergency committee TO ACCEPT BIDS FOR ROAD JOBS Four Projects Provide for Paving 2379 Miles and Grading 402 AMES Aug 5 will be received Aug 15 for four projects providing for the paving of 2379 miles of primary highway and for one 402 mile grading project tha state highway commission an nounced today The paving projects are on high ways in Osceola Clay Carroll and Humboldt counties and the grading job on 402 miles of primary road 88 near Bondurant in Polk county The Osceola county project in volves the paving of 6816 miles of primary road 33 out of SIbley north east to primary 21 In Clay county the call for bids contemplates the paving of 5652 miles of primary 10 from U S 71 west toward Peterson The Carroll county project is for 629T miles of primary 46 from Manning east to U S 71 and that In Humboldt county for 5028 miles of paving on primary 169 from the Webster county line north into Humboldt to primary 10 Bids also will be received at the same time for bridge and culvert work on primary 10 in Clay counts primary 88 in Polk county and pri mary 7 in Pottawattamle county These are the times that fry mens Telegraph Herald Save Money on all DRY CLEANING Cash and Carry Qeaners iX 401 Ni Federal Ave 313 S Federal Ave 24 East State St WE ARE THE Manufacturers and Jobbers of and Carbonated Beverages in Bottles Mason City Bottling Co Phone 85 701 S Fed Ave Now Is The Time To Make Plans for the Necessary Improve menta to Your Property READY MIXED CONCRETE For Permanence Greater Strength Uniformity of Quality Easier Workability HENKEL CONSTRUCTION CO Phone 2028 625 Otb St S K SIGNS Large and Small Phone Two0Two HBFARRER SYSTEM GERMARlDr FUes Moth s llosqultos Ante Roaches Bed Buprs and the Egrgrs thnt can be reached by the Spray also very effec tive on hogs and entile Fragrant and StainJoss DEALERS WANTED KELROY FUEL AND FURNACE CO Phone 441 147 4th S W HolsteinMIk Vitality SCHERMERHORN FARMS PHONE 988 Visitors Welcome We Sell Tons of Satisfaction SUMMERTIME IS COAL TIME WITH POCAHONTAS DIXIE KING BLUE MOUNTAIN WAGNER COAL CO PHONE 980 Sunday Aug 6 8 p9m9East Park 1 March Coronation Myerbeer 2 Overture Fountain of Youth King 3 Vocal solo Selected Dr R F Kunz 4 Selection Opera Mirror Tobani 5 Valse Des Fleurs Tschaikowsky 6 Descriptive Fantasia In the Clock 7 Slavonic Rhapsody Friedman 8 March Men of Iowa Van Doren ASK RAY SENEY Vacation Permanents Waves for every texture of hair Prices to SuiJ AM MYERS BEACTY STUDIO Phone 019 7 S Delaware WHERE PHOTOGRAPHS ABE SUPREME RUSSELL Photo Studio BagleyBeck Bldg Try Luxus Peach Ice Cream Made from sweet iTeani pro duced on Ccrro Gordo Co farms TRY MASON MAID Butter Milk Cream and Cottage Cheese Mason City CoOperative Dairy Phone 221 CHOCOLATE CHIP ICE CREAM Qt 35c Pt ISc BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO 618 N Fed 621 S Fed I Like the IDEAL 2 LAUNDRY N SERVICE Its n n Phone Ideal American Laundry OUR ESKIMO PIE IS THE IDEAL BETWEEN MEAL TREAT FUR STORAGE Protect Your Fur Coat From Moths Fire and Theft CALL 788 or 789 GLEANING REPAIRING BEST YUNG BETSY ROSS Sliced Bread BIG LOAF lOc Buy It From Your Grocer PFAFF Pure and Wholesome FLOWERS are a gracious gift THE CREAM SUPREME TOM SUMMERHAYS CO Chrysler Plymouth Sales and Service Lubricating and Brake Service Washing and Storage 116 South Delaware Phone 1212 MAJESTIC COLD DOME Is not nn ordinary electrlt refrigerator nor it any other Is beau tiful and the Interior IB flooded ivlth light automati cally when you open the door Come In and see our display today CERRO GORDO MAYTAG CO Thono 20fi7 3 ist St S E Aug 9 8 p m9 East Park 1 March I B M 2 Overture Stradella 3 Babes in Toyland 4 Descriptive Forge in the Forest 5 Popular airs 6 Waltz Wine Women and Song 7 Caprice Lovers Lane 8 March Sells Floto Triumphal ASK RAY SENEY Huffine Rossini Herbert Michailes Selected Strauss King King No Fooliii COAL BOUGHT NOW is A SPLENDID INVESTMENT FIRESIDE FUEL CO Favorrd Fuels for Furnaces PHONE 8H8 Insist on WHEELERS House Paint nnd Varnishes MASON CITY PAINT CO 84 2nd St N E Phono 030 Enjoy Youve TRIED THE NOW TRY THE VERYBEST MILK OR PHONE 940 WE DELIVER FARM PRODUCTS CO WE DELIVER We Specialize In Those Natural Looking PERMANENTS And we are proud of our success Proud of our equipment Proud of our customers A SPECIAL PRICE ON PEBMANENTS FOB LIMITED TIME LILLIAN REIDS BEAUTY SHOP M B A Bldg Phone 676 Is Your Car In good condition for that vacation trip Let us check it for you SPECIAL PRICES DURING AUGUST CHARLEYS AUTO REPAIR 11 S Commcrclnl Phone CHOCOLATE DRINK in Individual Bottles HERMANSON BROS DAIRY Phone 640 Red Parrot COAL Speaks for Itself LOW IN ASH NO CLINKERS INTENSE HEAT WGBLOCKCo Exclusive Dealers PHONE 683
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