Mason City Globe Gazette, October 21, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 21, 1933

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 21 1933 GOEBEL ARRIVES FOR SKY ANTICS Writes in Air Over Mason City as He Comes for Air Program Art Goebel world famous trans Pacific flyer and breaker of avia tion records wrote Phillips in the sky far above Mason City Saturday afternoon as he arrived for his scheduled appearance at the com munity airport west of the city Colonel Goebel whose appearance here Is sponsored by the Phillips Petroleum company was scheduled togive a program of aerial acro batics at the airport RENO SAYS DECK STILL STACKED Continued From Fuse 1 ode as freely conceded to all other groups of society Wallace Hog Program In answer to our request we re ceived the Wallace hog program which is nothing less than a brazen attempt to bribe the farmer to sur render the little independence he has left We asked that we be conceded the same protection aa has been given financial institutions to pro tect the value of their assets by exempting them from execution Our plea was not even dignified by un answer from cither thepresident or the secretary of agriculture We asked that farm mortgages be re financed not by the further issuing of bonds but by an issue of legal tender currency as contained in the Frazier bill The power of the ad ministration and the secretary of agriculture was used to defeat this measure Reno asserted the associations demand for cost of production for farm products is fundamental in solving our problems Refuse Quack Remedies The farmer should refuse to ac cept he said what he termed the many nostrums the quack reme dies of the brain trust Reno urged state association pres idents to contact their county work ers to seek support of civic religi ous and labor groups and to estab lish councils of defense in every county for arbitration of farm com plaints We may expect some opposition from supposed farm leaders who are satisfied with the crumbs that fall from their masters table Reno continued but I do not anticipate any opposition from the farmers and other groups of society who really desire the happiness and pros perity of all our people Dakota Quiet IN DAYS NEWS Associated Press Photo Mlklmil Kalinin president of the U S S R who traded let ters with President Roosevelt discussing the establishment of relations between the United States and Russia Icotas Most ordered1 yesterday by Gov William Langer to enforce the ban on shipments of the grain awaited formal instructions Railroads continued to transport wheat from the state in accordance with their decision that interstate commerce regulations compelled them to do so Threaten Milk Strike NEWPORT N Y Oct 21 Mutterings of another milk strike rolling today across the rich Milk Crescent of New York state brought a warning from Albany that hysterical moves are costly Felix Piseck a leader in the milk strike which flamed into violence and tied up many diary plants last August has announced that a meet ing will be held here Sunday and a new strike call considered GIFTS FEATURE CORN FESTIVAL Continued From 1 calces corn muffins and all un limited array of articles of human food that can be made from corn Housewives too will be asked to observe the festival period by using corn products on the home menus during the three days Oct 26 27 and 28 As an assistance In this di rection the GlobeGazette will print each day during the coming week attractive products menus featuring corn AMERICA HOPES TO BUILD TRADE Continued From rage X did not in itself constitute recogni tion but from within his adminis tration came authoritative indica tion that this result could be ex pected In little more than a month if not sooner Talk progressed so far that there vvac speculation today that Henry Morgenthau Jr governor of the farm credit administration would be prominent amongthose consid ered as an ambassador to the soviet state if and when problems between the two nations were solved Morgenthau was designated some time ago by the president to take a hand in all trade matters and in quiries concerning the soviet and close friends believe he would wel come such a post if offered Legion Expresses Opposition It appeared certain today that some opposition to the presidents move toward recognition would arise on Capitol Hill when congress reconvenes The American Federa tion of Labor and the American Le gion already have expressed their opposition There was little indica tion however that sufficient strength could be mustered in the senate to defeat confirmation of an ambassador should the president nave occasion to name one Behind the private prediction of officSals that exports of beyond to Russia might be ex pected should recognition be gront lay the sound foundation of ne gotiations already far advanced be tween the Amtorg Russian trading company an3 the reconstruction corporation for credits of more than 50000000 The credits which almost assur edly would be arranged in the event of recognition would account for the purchase of 1000000 bales of cotton in addition to sizeable pur chases of heavy machinery of var ious sorts Questions Are Complex Officials have seen in Russia a ready market for rail equipment as well as mill machinery Farm ad ministration experts are known to believe that Russia would take 2 000000 bales of cotton annually if conditions were propitious President Roosevelts warning that his invitation did not auto matically signify recognition and the prediction of some state depart ment officials that results could hardly be expected within a month were based upon the complexity of the questions to be discussed be tween the chief executive and Lit vlnoff Among the obllbations charged against Russia by this country ar a 5187000000 war time loan to tlv Kerensky government which wa overthrown by the forces which formed the present soviet state am 586000000 In private loans to th czarist regime Morris Wires He Is Back of Roosevelt but Asks Inflation WASHINGTON Oct 21 Senator Norris of Nebraska was au thoritatively reported today to have telegraphed here that he is back of the presidents program save that he favors currency inflation He is understood to have been asked his views on the farm strike movement by Edward Keating for mer member of the house and now editor of the newspaper Labor published here Keating was not ready this after noon to make public the Nebrask rms reply but it was said In other quarters familiar with the text that itrecorded anew the Norris support Mr Roosevelt on major ques tions save those dealing with the currency New York Governor Operation NEW YORK Oct 21 Gov Herbert H Lehman of New York underwent an operation for appen dicitis at Mt Sinai hospital today The operation was reported to have been entirely successful Sentenced to Year ATLANTIC Oct 21 VVilbourn Anita farmer found gnil ty of extortion was sentenced to a year in the county jail He began his sentence immediately Mrs Hillyard Dows Dies Funeral Rites Will Be Held Sunda DOWS Oct Edith Hill yard 63 died at her home Thurs day evening Her daughter and bus band Jvtr and Mrs Sam Newel came from their farm south of towi to take her tjome with them for i short visit and found her lying un conscious near her henhouse A physician was called but ah lived only a few minutes deat being due to heart trouble wit which she had been afflicted fo some time Edith N Greene was bora a Council Hill 111 and came to low when a small girl She leaves thre children Mrs Newell of Dows Mrs Miriam Paine of Eagle Grove an Lawrence Hillyard a teacher i Muscatlne four brothers and on slater Tlie funeral is to be Sunday at th Presbyterian church the Rev R A Brough in charge Old Ironsides Has Its 136th Birthdaj SAN PEDRO Col Oct 21 The antiquated frigate Constitution whose exploits lifted the America navy to an equality with the bes in the world became the temporar flagship of the United States nee today It was her one hundred an thirtysixth birthday HOLD HEARING ON LAKE ROAD Vay Hears Arguments for and Against Giving Up Lake Shore Thomas A Way member of he Iowa State highway commission heard arguments for and gainst the request of C F Crane 3 B Stillrnan and L L Hill of Clear Lake that the highway com mission abandon about 700 feet of ake shore road arid turn it back to he original owners He will report o the commission at Des Moines efore action will be taken The earing was held at the courthouse The original request was modi led somewhat by Mr Crane who presented theoriginal owners re ueat He asked that a sliver oj and approximately 30 feet wide nd 300 feet long including the old oad be deeded back in exchange or lake frontage now owned by the sriginal owners His contention was hat the three men had given ap proximately 10 acres of land to the tate for a bass pond and that this lad not been improved Offers to Trade The land Mr Crane offered to the tate is east of the intersection of he new highway and the two loops f old road along the south shore of 31ear Lake Mr Crane requests the oop west of this Intersection in ex change for the rights of the owners iast of the intersection The two loops were left adjacent o the lake when highway No 108 vas Improved and several curves eliminated The property lies be ween the state park owned swamp and the lake at the foot of Oak vood hill Mr Stillman stated that his chief motive for wanting the property vacated by the commission was to get it back into the hands of re onsible persons who would see that the land was kept up Presents Legal Bight George R Ludeman local at orney represented Mr Crane and resented the legal right of owners o request that the road be taken ut of the picture The question of le meandering shoreline of the ake and the right to title was aised by Ralph Stanbery local at orney and Chet Stevens local Bgineer William P Woodcock of Spencer eaking for the board of conserva on told how he had taken Mr ranes request to the board and ow the board had turned it down hrough the commissions 25 year mprovemeut plan Mr Woodcock ated the state desired to retain 11 such lane mat it now owns rovided the highway commission oes not see fit to maintain this trip as a road he requested that be turned over to the board of onservation Will Not Abandon loops H O Hickcock of the rightof department of the highway ommission stated that the com had no idea of abandoning he old highway loops M L Hut on engineer for the state board f conservation also appeared for he state Dennis Goeders Algona member f the state fish and game commis lon said that it was his duty to rotect the interests of the public n maintaining such spots as this for ae public H M Sanderson of Des Moines of the fish and game com mission also favored the retention f any land which will give the pub ic access to the lake Dr H F Pool and Dr V A Far ell both of Mason City spoke in behalf oj keeping this as state prop erty George Wythe of Cedar Falls drew some fire from Mr Crane vhen he said he believed the state could take care ofcthls land A let ter concerning the value of this for fish written by Bohumir Shlmck instructor of the State Uni versity of Iowa was also read MRSJEISENBERG OF LUVERNE DIES Aged Resident Suffers From Pneumonia After Fall Fracturing Hip LTJVERNE Oct Wil Ham Weisenberg died Friday morn ing at her home in Luverne after a weeks illness The immediate cause of her death waa pneumonia A week ago she fell In her yard am suffered a fractured hip The funeral will he held in th Lutheran church Luverne Sunday afternoon the Rev L Wittenberg local pastor officiating Mrs Weisenberg 76 years leaves four sons Reinhold Wallace Ida ho Fred and August Kansas City Mo Gottlieb whereabouts unknowi and Mrs Bertha Wiltgen Bode and a granddaughter Evelyn Bush whc made her home with her grand mother Shelby County Has Cornhusking Meel HARLAN Oct 21 Shcl by county cornhuaking title was won by Harry Lorenzen with a total o 200257 pounds Dale Nelson tooi second place with 1935 pounds Study Loan Plan for U S Sugar Growers WASHINGTON Oct 21 Secretary Wallace announced toda that he was considering a plan t grant loans to domestic cane an beet sugar growers in nn effort t increase the return of their produc OWA LEADS 200 AT END OF HALF Continued From fAge 1 ther pass Hoover to Fisher put tie ball on the Wisconsin 15 yard ne It was a beautiful toss right nto Fishers arms aa Fontaine umped on his back Laws made a ard through the line Crayne mashed his way through to the afuty man and was downed on Visconsins 3 yard line Crayne was topped without gain through the ne by Pacetti Crayne stumbled as e attempted an end run and was hrown for a three yard loss by aptain Smith On a Jong sweep round his own left end Crayno was un out of bounds on the Wiscon in one yard line Laws on a re rerse smashed over for the second owa touchdown Fishers try for xtra point wide Wisconsin 0 owa 13 Pike went in at quarterback for 3ehnert Laws brought the Wisconsin rickoff to the 17 yard line raynes low rolling kick went to he Wisconsin 20 yard line where t was downed by Page of Iowa The ball was called back and Iowa vas penalized 15 yards for holding ticking from his own goal posts Crayne kicked to Fontaine who was downed on the Iowa 37 yard line owa took time out Wisconsins lass was incomplete Fontaine cut iff tackle and went to the Iowa i2 yard line Schiller found a big hole in the center of the Iowa line and it was first down Schiiler hook off several Iowa tacklera and nade 5 yards around Iowas end Dee was hurt on the play and was replaced by Ray Fisher Fontaine made a yard over Foster at left tackle Schiller fumbled and recov ered on the Iowa 29 A long pass Fontaine to Schiller vas incomplete and it was Iowas ball on its 20 yard line Crayne got a quick kick to Wisconsins 26 line where it was downed by owa The sun broke through the ilouds for the first time Hoover itopped Captain Smith after a hard mash through the line but Iowa vas offside on the play Peterson vent in for Fontaine at left haif or Wisconsin He made four yards hrough the line as the quarter nded Iowa IS Wisconsin 0 SECOND PERIOD Westedt went in at fullback for Visconain Peterson kicked to Laws n his own 34 yard line and he made T good return through several acklers putting the ball on Wiscon ins 37 yard line Crayne made 2 ards On an end around play Page arried the ball to the Wisconsin 7 yard line Russ Fisher failed to fain over the Badger right tackle aws made a yard through the line n a double pass Crayne ran out of ounds on Wisconsins 26 yard line Sanger went in for Schiller in the Visconsin lineup Pike intercepted loovers long pass on Wisconsins yard line Peterson kicked to his 0 yard line Page lost three yards Jaws fought his way for 5 On an attempted kick Crayne fumbled and vas forced out of bounds on the Viaconsin 34 Lovshin went in for Deanovich at left end for Wis con In Crayne got off a poor kick that lopped out of bounds on Wiscon ins 26 yard line Fontaine was topped after a yard gain Iowa was lenalized 5 yards for offside and notlier plunge nt the line was topped without gain Fontaine slipped ana was thrown or no gain Pike kicked out of ounds on Iowas 29 yard line Crayne made 4 yards through the me Laws on a dash around his eft end made 3 Wisconsin took ime out Ferguson replaced Bucci at left guard for Wisconsin Crayne unted to Fontaine on his 22 yard ine and he carried back 5 Smith made 3 yards through the Iowa ine Fontaine failed to gain Cap lain Smith fought his way through or three yards He punched for a Irst down to the 38 yard line Fon taine on a reverse made 5 yards A similar play was stopped for no gain by Schammel Yard Through Line Schammel stopped Pike after he d made a yard through the line Schammel blocked Pikes kick on the Wisconsin 32 yard Hue Pike recovered but it was Iowas ball as it was fourth down Laws made 1 yard at the Wisconsin right side rayne smashed his way for 3 through Ferguson A lateral Crayne to Laws lost 2 yards The play was called back as both teams were offside Crayne got off a lazy kick that stopped exactly on the gpalline and it was Wisconsins ball on the spot Laws caught Pikes kick and behind a wall of Hawkeye Mockers ran for a touchdown Not a Badger touched him as he weaved his way down the field Fishsra kick was good loivu 20 Wisconsin 0 Iowa sent in several substitutes and so did Wisconsin Rook sub for Russ Fisher kicked to Jordan who returned to his 30 yard line A Wis consin pass was grounded but a double pass was good and Wiscon sin had the ball on its own 43 yarc line as the half ended BLAST TEARS UP RAILROAD TRACK Train Derailed No Deaths Labor Trouble Grows in Cuba HAVANA Oct 21 loco and two baggage cars on the Santiago express were derailed arly today when an explosion blew ip nearly 400 feet track near he town of Empalme Matanzas irovince about60 miles from Ha vana There were no casualties The explosion came admldst un settled labor conditions that grew nore serious steadily despite the governments vigorous moves to lettle the difficulties Railroads Stopped Railroad connections between Havana and points east of Matanzas srovlnoa were stopped by a strike of railroaders who seek annulment if a ruj which prevents the trans er of employes from one division o another The strikers claim the rule pre sents many veteran employes from akinj jobs on other divisions on the basis of their seniority in the event they are laid off because of lack of business in their own dl Isions Meanwhile as police and soldiers were placed at car barns to prevent threatened strike of tram work ers sympathizing with the railroad ers Havana milk distributors and bakers went on strike Revolutionary Plot The government continued to move swiftly today to thwart what t considered a revolutionary plot by oppositionists simultaneously casting an apprehensive eye at the railroad strike Some political leaders feared a eneral strike might develop At least 11 ng some members of the ABC stu ent secret arrested during the night and charged with onspiracy against the government The homes of many other op josltionlstsi were searched by dlers and police Counter Suit Filed by James Kirkwood in Divorce Action LOS ANGELES Oct 21 Patrick Cooncy an attorney said today he had been Instructed bj James Kirkwood stage and screen actor to file a counter suit to Mrs Kirkwoods suit for divorce Kirk wood Is now in New York Cooney said the counter suit will deny the allegations of Mrs Kirkwood known on the stage and screen as Beatrice Powers that Klrkwocx failed to provide support for herself and the couples laughter Joan FOOT INJURED Christ Serakos 1413 Georgia avenue southeast is in the Park hospital suffering from a foot in jury received Friday afternoon He is employed by the Chicago Mil waukcc St Paul and Pacific rail road sol 2 Drown and Third Rescued When Car Plunges Into Lake SUPERIOR Wis Oct 21 wo men drowned and another was escued early today when their aut mobile plunged off a dock here into ake Superior James Weiier 25 of loquet Minn broke a window in he car and swam to shore where was assisted by the dock watch man Weiler said one occupant of he machine was Douglas Davis 28 if Cloquet and the other was an inidentlfled man whom they had given a ride Sunday at Local Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT Mark And He said unto them Go ye into all the worldand preach the gospel to the whole creation GRATTAN FOUND GUILTY BY JURY Continued From Page I imied that these two great men in luenced Grattan to live the life he Ived i Going on In years he told how Jrattan was one of the organiaera if the Breeders Gazette which he also named He said the defendant had always carried a gun but there vas nothing to indicate he had ever used one Was Habit of Defendant He was a sturdy old man whose mbita went back to the days before he Civil war when guns were car ried Speaking to the jury Attorney Nelson said If you fasten this crime wrongfully on this poor de crepit old man you are guilty of a crime Attorney Gerald Lyons Cresco in he final argument for the state said that the button worn on Grat tans coat was a badge of honor for past services up to July 21 1933 but hat badge did not entitle him to he right to commit a crime He stated there was a widow in Min neapolis who might have had 33 more years of married happiness with her husband to compare with he 65 yeara the Grattana had lived together if it had riot feeen for the pistol of Grattan Didnt Tell Grandson This happiness he stated was now denied her Speaking of Grat tans second trip to the fairgrounds Mr Lyons stated that Grattan told tiis wife he was going to the fair grounds to prove he was not a liar But he never mentioned this to Henry Grattan who took him down continued Mr Lyons The key to the situation he went on was found in the statement made by witnesses that Grattan stated Ive brought a man who can lick you both More than 100 spectators were forced to stand at yesterday after noons court session County Attor ney B P Shea opened attorneys arguments by stating evidence was sufficient for conviction Defense Attorney J A Nelson stated it was pathetic for him to be called to the defense of one of the last Civil war veterans Taken From RoOni At this time Attorney Nelson stated that some of the witnesses had committed perjury Wesley Meade who was In the rear of the courtroom jumped up and cried that that statement was a lie During the confusion Meadea friends let him from the courtroom Attorney Nelson continued his picas and was followed by Attorney Lyons State witnesses called yesterday morning in the rebuttal were Wesle1 Meade Sheriff M A Graff and Deputy Sheriff Fred OBoy M T Grnttan was the only defense wit CATHOUO St at 6 8 and 10 t m Benediction and roaary at 4 p Rt Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev Father Caasldy assistant Holy northwest Sunday masses at 1 and a m The Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrcr assistant Lehlsh Catholic every Sunday at a m Confession before mass Catechism 15 minutes after TJie Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ ington and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a m Subject Probation Alter Death Sunday school a m Wednes day evening testimonial meeting p m Reading room cast end of church Weelc day a 11 a m to S p m CHURCH OF CHRIST and Adams northwest An niversary Sunday Bible Bchcool W S Koltman superintendent Special anni versary service Communlou and preaching sermon subject God Gave UB the Church Solo Edwin Helblinff Chris tian Endeavor societies Evening wor ship Hualc by orchestra ensemble and mala quartet Sermon Playing Beside the Coffin Wednesday evening 6 oclock anniversary dinner Program In charge of Stanley L Kratz pas tar CONOREG A T1ONA L nchool Worship Trl C club Happy Hour Boy Scouts Monday evening 7 Energetic class In alt day meeting Thursday luncheon at noon The Bible school will open with a number of selections by the orchestra M Mrs Ehlers will give on organ se lection which wilt be followed by the pro cess lonal hymn The Rev Lee W Barker of Etnmetsburg will be the preacher for this worship Theme Old Churchea and New Tajiks Dr Diuble will be home In time to have charge of the Happy Huur Theme The Worlds Temperance Bun L Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St a m Holy communion Special music prelude Allegro Moderalo In G Best offertory Communion larchant postlude March Tours Corpor te communion of the Young Peoples Fcl owshlp church school services with its for 11 a m morning rayer and sermon The Church and the resent Special music pre ude Festival March Gounod offertory soprano solo by Qulrlna Monteon post ude Polonaise Schubert young copies Fellowship evening prayer lunch on and program In charge of the music epartrnent Presentation of Kitchen Tuesday p m St Johns oy ecouts at the church uesday p m benefit dance In Mac rider Memorial Guild hall by the young tens club Wednesday St Kathennos uild win hold a l oclock luncheon and eetlnp at the home of Mrs George Lan eck 802 Third street southwest WetJnes ay Choir rehearsal in church Senior a F S Halloween party Wednesday at Hear Lake cottage oC Mies Virginia Rev Robert Redenbaugb cctor LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth Erects on North Delaware avenue 9 a m Sunday school and Bible classes 10 mt English netvice 11 a m German ervlce The pastor wlH spealc on The flor wful Young Man Who Should Have Been lappy according to Mt 19 1622 On Monday evening at there Trill be a peclal service for the entire communicant ncmbcrahlp o tht congregation at which he visitor of our district the Rev E Horn of Xumbrota Minn will be the main peaker For this service the Junior choir vlll alng Praise to the Lord the Almighty nd Now Thank We All Our God the enlor choir will sing Oh Fralje the Lord Vcdnesday evenlnc at 7 Junior choir at 8 enlor choir practice Saturday morning at l confirmation A Hlnz astor State crosses Connecticut he Rfiv Walter H Kampen pastor Mrs scar C Sorleln pianist nnd choir director Emll C Martin church Bchool superintend nt Church school with adutt Bible claaiea t45 a m Divine worship 11 a m Sermon hemc What I A Thy Quest Prelude From Greenlands Icy Mountains Stulta nthem Ye Jehovah Gounod Ufertory Autumn Song Nolle postlude Stately March Mallard m the Ladles guild meets at the church arlors Hostesses Mrs J O Haneon and Ira F E Rclahua Wednesday p m1 on firms Lion Instruction Wednesday 8 p i choir rehearsal Immn nit and Jersey aouth 06t Sunday cchool and Bible claasea Worship Sermon ilultlpiication and Division Anthem One Sweetly Solemn hought Ambrose Evening service ermonet The Gospel or Gods Frohlbl lona Luther fengue toptc The Church tn Nature and Origin by Ifelford New Special music Annual parish aunpei uesday fiponsorad by the W M B Bonn f deacons Wednesday at g Dorcas Thursday at The Rev Mr Qaibreth will speak Hostesses JJts Peter Nielsen Mrs G H Ferric Mrs C E SJostrand uther league Thursday evening Committee leeella Gustafson The Kev and Mrs B T irholm Choir Friday Junior mission and Saturday with Mrs C Frederlckson 28 South Washington Glendcra Setterberg ostess Reformation T Er olm pastor Our and Twentyfifth outhwest Morning worship Sermon leme The Purpose oC the Sabbath unday school iOoo Junior choir practice Wednesday at Confirmation class aturday at O UrnesB pastor St Sixth street Southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Kohr uperlntendent Ella Wolsnak secretary and reasurer Amsrlcan services at 10 a m Jeaua Christ The Living Cornet lone Special raualc W Arthurs Luther eague at 7 p m Marleta Elsie Brcers nd Irene Radunxel on program Bible erse Savior or Saves The Luther rlenftihlp society meets frlday at g p m Ed Pearson and Rachuts will serve Confirmation Monday Thursday sat rday Choir Thursday at p m Jun or choir Saturday AduH confirmation class Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 8 p m E Q Mall pastor South Pennsylvania avenue Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock J J Witt Morning service at oclock Organ irelude and ottertory by Mrs J O Gll lertBon choir anthem How Beautiful Upon the Stalner Sermon and Our Dally lii Fireside Hour at 6 ociuck with uncheoen by the Senior Luther league opta leader Miss Hannah Sehonhood untor Luther league meeting at p m Evening service at oclock Sermon A Challenge to Xoutb Romans lOj 1421 Adult class Monday at oclock Mrs C Odden will direct a second rehearsal f the orchestra Monday at p m 3hoir rehearsal Wednesday at p m Mrs C Mellanj 517 North Masaachutttts will be hostess to the Lincoln circle Wed ay at p mTrinity Ladles Aid chicken supper Thursday at 5 p m Gen ral Ladles Aid at church parlors Friday at p m Confirmation class for the oya meets Saturday at S oclock girls lass at 0 oclock seventh grade jclock and sixth grade at 11 oclock Do nations of food and clothing for the Belolt Childrens home to be brought to the hurch up until 4 p m L N Wlgdahl pastor North Delaware avenue AduH Bible class at 8 m Morning ervlce at 9 oclock Graded Sunnday school at oclock David Olson superintend nt Teachers training class With MI Schonhood as leader at p m Senior and Junior Luther League at 630 p m Condrmatlon class Saturday at a m L N Wlgdahl pastor METHODIST and Washington northwest church school Mens class In couft ae Young men in Eadmar hotel Queen Esther class In PG and B All othtra In hurch Junior church morn Dg worship Sermon by pastor Special music Vision RhlncbergiBT and March Clark by lira Patchen organist Still Still with Oley speaks and Lord Wa Pray In Mercy Lean Us Sibelius by he quartet Sunday night forum Ra Social Workers Will Assemble at Iowa U for Training Course IOWA CITY Oct that hey may procure more knowledge of relief measures before another hard winter closes in on Iowa so cial workers will asaemble at the Unlvarslty of Iowa Oct 27 and 28 for an Intensive training course Both trained and inexperienced relief workers will be aided by the institute The affair will be con ducted under the auspices of the universitys division of social ad ministration the extension division and the Iowa Emergency Relief committee As speakers and discussion lead ers experts from three states have been engaged They include Prof A W McMillan of the University of Chicagos graduate school of so cial administration Margaret Rich of New York of the Family Welfare association of America and Edith Miller of St Louis field represen tative of the American Red Cross Hands Are Burned as Man Throws Can of Oil in Stove W Harris 319 Second stree northwest an attendant at the Mid Continent service station at 12 Washington avenue southwest re ceived severe burris on his hand when he threw oil in a stove at th station Friday The fire departmen was called and gave first aid to Mr Harris No damage resulted to th station for only the oil on the stov burned Maxson Heads P T A MARBLE ROCK Oct Maxson waa elected president o the ParentTeachers association Two Fingers Amputated MARBLE ROCK Oct bert Waters whose left hand wa badly injured In a corn picker o the Clifton Boom farm is improv inu at the Cedar Valley hospital a Charles City Two fingers of hi hand were amputated raona Lluvem will preside Talk How We dot Our English Bible Un George Bar jour evening service Theme We Would See Jesus The young men and women of the Sunday night ioniin will bo n H Bpence pastor church school will meet at a m C K Klnney superintendent The mornlnr worship service is at 11 oclock Sermon theme Meeting tha Teat Mrs Leon H Woodward will play the prelude offertory and poatlude num bers The chorus choir wJJI alng Jn the eve ning worship service the mens chorus will sing The sermon theme will be the Ilrsl in a series upon the general theme Christ antt His Friends The Young Peoples meeting will be held at Tne Ladles aid will meet Thursday afternoon wtlf meet for our midweek service at First M E church Wednesday evening ut at which service all the prayers wrileli met In various parts of the city last week will meet for corfblned service I O O F p ra Sunday EChool a p m Church service Rev A R Grant of Chaptn will Uai breth minister Zlon M E East State and Rock Glenn German service at a m Sunday school at 10 and at 11 ociocic worship In English Epworth league at 6i5 p H Kohler paator Union Memorial M JC and Carolina a m and p m Church school at P m There will be religious servces each evenlns during next week except Saturday An evangelistic campaign will be held The Rev H L Overton of Des Moines will be the preacher next week Hours of service p W Sims pastor PBESByTEKlAN at Ninth northwest a m church school 11 mornVnp worship Theme The Christ Follower Sermon subject The First Mile Mies Rutjj Stevens will play the following num bers Schuberts Serenade Traumerel and postlude by Heller the young peoples Broup evening service Boole review by the pastor Mon day all church night supper at p nt with talk on Europe by the pastor Ing Tuesday p m the Boy Scouts Friday 1 oclock luncheon of the general meeting of the Presbyterian women Suutli circle K Davleg minis ter East a m Sunday schouJ bud Conlon superintendent MISCELLANEOUS Good Will North Monroe avenue Sunday school at 2 MISH Lola Kes ler superintendent Preaching at 3 Sermon The Teachings of Paul on Holi ness Prayer meeting Tuesday at a m at No 15 Lohlgh row and Friday eve ning at the Mix home 1633 North JeffetEon avenue Junior Missionary society Saturday at O llcigen superintendent WELKUM CLASS Young Married Class FIRST M E CHURCH Invites Your Attendance Sunday A M FOR INFORMATION CALL 2131VV IN THE RADIO WORLD EATURDAV OCT 21 Ccnrai Stanoartr Time At programs to ney and bailc chains or groups thereof unless specified coaci to a to c defitgaatioo locludfes all available atatlona subject to chance P M NETtVOKK East weaf wlw west vrttn wtag wcah wfi Ui wrtr wrc wgy wbto wcae wtam WTVJ waai Midwest wtnaq weft woewho wow wd a NOftTH WEST Wlba kstjj wctjc wday kfyr crcl cfff wptf wls wjax tvfiuo wiod wam wroc wsb wapi wJOa wsrab kvoo wky wbap kpro kths koa kdyj kgir keiii PACIFIC tefl kgw komo ttad ktar kfcu The Stzilens Male 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