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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBER 18 1933 WANTS RELIGION USED IN HOMES Frank Mathis Speaks on Nee of Christian Living in Family The largest weeknight attend anoe during the whole series o meetings was present at the Firs Methodist church Friday night whe Frank Mathis preached from th words of Joshua As for me am my house wo will serve the Lord The speaker discussed at lengtt what kind of person a fathe should he and what kind of woma a mother should be He made a striking appeal for religion In tli home practiced in the home taugli In the home lived in the home Sunday will see the close of thi series of services Sunday morning at Mr Mathis will preach PI The Sower An afternoon servic will be held at 3 oclock to whlc the membership of the othe churches in the city have been in vited The subject will be Hours o Depression The closing meetin will be held at p m Mr Ma this is not announcing his subject There will bospecial musical num bers by a large chorus choir There will be service Saturda night at when the sermoix wl be preceded by a short concert dl rected by Walter Pardun There wl be several very interesting voca and instrumental numbers hi thi concert RUSSIANS HAIL NEWS FROM U S Pd from Page trnmcar switch observed in answe to a correspondents question Vsc budit horosho meaning all wil be well now Most prominently mentioned un officially in connection with th appointment of the first soviet am bassador to Washington were Valerian Ivanovltch Mezhlaug first vice chairman of the state planning commission and G I Sokolnikoff member of the commissariat of foreign affairs Known In America Mezhlauk long an advocate of improved commercial relationships with the United States Is perhaps better known to leading American businessmen than any other offi cial of the workers and peasants government He is one of Russias most able economists Sokolnikoff formerly ambassa dor to Great Britain has visited m the United States and is well known in international circles He recently was made head of the far eastern section of the foreign af fairs commissariat At the foreign office today was the usual freeday and no offi cial there would comment Hailed Important GENEVA Nov 18 United States recognition of Russia was hailed in international circles today aa a political act of widest import ance After the arrival here today of Joseph PaulBoncour French min ister of foreign afafirs the French delegation said that the French be lieve the recognition eases the in ternational situation PaulBoncour and Sir John Simon British secretary both said they pre ferred not to be quoted directly on a matter concerning the United States and Russia Two Birds With One Stick MT PLEASANT tffVSox Lamm local barber and baseball player found his second base arm in mid season form when a huge chicken hawk with a wing spread of three feet swooped to carry off a chicken Lamm had killed for dinner Lamm heaved a stick of wood at the raider and broke ita neck The Order of the Garter is the highest order of chivalry In Great Britain Be Sure to Listen to B J over WOCWHO Des Moines at 2 A M Sunday Nov 19 IOWA AND PURDUE TIED 00 AT HALF Continued from Face J Crayne ran from behind his goal line instead of kicking and went to the Iowa 15 Laws was stopped al center Crayne got a yard on a spin ner Laws got 7 at left tackle Russ Fisher got one at center Crayne was stopped but Purdue was offside and the Hawkeyes hat first down on the Iowa 30 Purdue took time out Laws dropped Craynes pass on the 43 Crayne made 5 yards at left tackle aa the period ended scoreless SECOND PERIOD Crayne tossed a pass to Laws for a first down on the 50 yard line Crayne nicked center for 6 yards Crayne was hurt and Iowa took time out but he remained in action Laws spun through a hole at lef tackle for 16 yards Crayne pickec up two on a spinner Crayne passed to Laws who snatched the ball as Carter reached for it The ball rest ed On Purdues 15 Rusa Fishei fought through the line for five yards to the nine Fisher lost yard Crayne fumbled on a shove pans and recovered for a 10 yard loss Purvis intercepted Laws pass on the Purdue 5 and raced up the side line 60 yards to the Iowa 35 yard line Hecker got four at center ant Carter lost one at right end Heck ers pass to Pardonner was in com plete Purvis pass was hatted down on the goalline and Purdue was penalized five yards Iowa taking the ball on its own 35 Iowa Called Offside Crayne swung through righ tackle for 5 yards Russ Fishei made 5 on a revefse but Iowa was offside and the ball went back to the 35 Craynes pass was Incom plete Crayne kicked to Pardonner who was downed on the Purdue 22 yard line by Moore Gartner sneaked through center for 2 Purvis fumbled a bad pass and recovered for a 6 yard losa Purvis kicked to Laws who return ed 7 yards to the Purdue 47 A mixup of signals caused the ball to go free and Purdue recover ed on the Iowa 37 Keekers pass vas incomplete Carter lost 5 try ng left end but Iowa was offside and Purdue had the ball on the 32 leckler just missed first down urvla broke through right tackle or 8 and first down on the Iowa 19 Heckler got a yard but Purvis was ossed by Foster for an 8 yard loss Heckers pass to Carter was incom lete Fisher Blocks Kick Peele replaced Fardonner and Dailey replaced Purvis Ray Fisher blocked Dalleys kick iut Fisher tried to pick it up umbled and Carter recovered It vas fourth down however and Iowa took the ball on Its 45 Laws made four at tackla CfayueB pass was batted down Crayne waa replaced by Teyro Teyro failed to gain at center Teyro kicked to Peele who returned 21 jards to Purdues 35 Richards replaced Laws for Iowa Carter made four Hecker failed o gain as the half ended Iowa 0 Purdue 0 MINNESOTAMICHIGAN MICHIGAN STADIUM ANN ARBOR Nov 18 6 game winning streak and 1933 national championship hopes were battered today when the Wolver nes were outplayed and held to a careless tie by the fast charging Gophers of Minnesota before a irowd of 65000 Minnesota playing its fourth tie of the season lost the only real scoring chance ot the game when Jovan guard missed an attempt at a field goal from Michigans 24 yard line in the last period FIKST PERIOD Bill Bevan kicked off for Minne sota and the Gophers gained a quick advantage when Pug Lund star halfback returned Michigans punt 22 yards to the Wolverine 48 The Minnesota running attack failed to function however and both teams engaged In a punting duel Lund quick kick from his own 35 rolled to Michigans 24 but Regeczi Wol verine fullback got off a sensation al 60 yard punt to Minnesotas 25 Prom there Lund led a Minnesota thrust that quickly reached mid field with two first downs After the Gopher fullback Beise ripped off 14 yards on a bullet like charge through center to Mlchl gans 37 the Wolverines tightened stopping Lund and Alfonso on three plays for gains of only six yards Lund then punted out of bounds on Michigans 7 keeping the home team in the hole The Gophers found no openings after Regeczl punted out of bounds on Michigans 42 The next ex change of kicks shortly before the period ended led to a break for the home side Lund coming up the field aft9r catching a punt fum bled as he was tackled at midfielc and Herman Everhardus recovered for the Wolverines Michigans first offensive gesture in opposing territory was a long pass by Everhardus It was inter cepted by Seldel Minnesota quar terback on his 29 Lund quick kicked the ball rolling dead on Michigans 28 03 the period ended scoreless SECOND VERIOD Another sensational punt by Rc geczi at the outset of the seconc period covered 67 yards from the line of scrimmage artd set the Go phers back to their 15 Fay ran back the return kick to Michigans 47 from where the Wolverines launched their first rtlnning attack Everhardus ripped off first down on Minnesotas 37 but Renner slipped and fell ag he faded back to pass being tackled for an eight This forced another pun exchange Michigan getting posses sion again at midfield Minnesota got a break when Re geczis next punt caromed out of bounds on the Gopher 40 after cov ering barely 10 yards from the line of scrimmage Alfonse in two rush es registered first down on Michi gans 46 but again the defense gol the upper hand Regeczi raced through to tackle Lund on a pass ing play for a 10 yard loss Again the punters went into action with the Wolverines now bottled up in their own territory Between bucks at the rugget Wolverine line a pass from Lund toLarson skimmed off the latters finger tips Lund after returning a punt to midfield was tackled for a seven yard loss by Bernard Thi led to a break for Michigan as Ren ner intercepted Lunds short pass on Michigans45 Captain Fay on a beautifully executed reverse broke around his own left end and dashed 25 yards to Minnesotas 30 for the longest run of the game thus far With less than a minute to go Renner tried to pass but was tackled by Bengt son for a 12 yard loss as he faded k tried to run and was downed The next pass went wild and Re eczi punted over the goalline Just jefore the hulf ended the game still scoreless THIRD PERIOD Minnesota rallied after an unfor tunate start in the third period ug Lund fumbled Petoskeys kick ff and barely scrambled back to his 14 The Gophers were penalized yard sfor offside Lunds punt oiled to midfield Regeczi prompt y returned and Lund then got loose in a 37 yard gallop to Michigans 40 The Wolverine forwards plugged the gaps held the Gophers to four yards in three plays and Lunds Mgts punt was caught by Everhard us who was downed on Michigans 8 The Gophers were unable to cap tallzo the advantage of having Michigan bottled tm and Regeczls ranting plus a 15 yard penalty against Minnesota for unnecessary roughness combined to force the Msitors back into their own terrl ory Lund made a nice 22 yard re urn of one of Regeczis spirials but Alfonso fumbled and lost 13 yards recovering on the Gopher 28 The Wolverine running attack was smeared repeatedly by the scrappy Minnesota forwards It was Michi ans ball on its 32 yard line as the third period ended with the teams still in a deadlock DRY LAW TRIAL IN ADJOURNMENT 4 lowans 3 Formerly in U S Service Tried at Peoria PEORIAt 111 Nov 18 governments testimony completed the federal court trial of four lowans three of them formerly in TT R QortHro nn u fa soryice on tO Violate the IN DAYS NEWS William C BulUtt designated ly President Roosevelt as the first United Status ambassador to soviet Hussla Nazarene Tabernacle to Hold Services in New Building Here The congregation of the Church of the Nazarene was to meet in the new tabernacle at 333 West State street for the flrat time Sunday morning Although the build ing is not entirely completed it is enclosed and ready for services Sunday school will be held at oclock Sunday morning and preaching services will be held at oclock The sermon of the Rev Chauncey Medwin will be Entering the Temple At the eve ning services his subject will be What Time is it by Gods Clock The building a permanent struc ture was erected by donations from Mason City persons Services were formerly held in the Nazarene tab ernacle at the corner of Jackson avenue and Third street southwest and for the duration of the building icriod were held in a hall at 104 jouth Federal avenue I 16 YEAR OLD GAP FINALLY CLOSED Continued from Fate 1 economic information in Russia is limited as in other countries only in the case of the employment forbidden methods bribery theft fraud etc to obtain such informa tion Release of Claims 5 A soviet release to the United States government preparatory to a final settlement of any claims which might be due the Soviet gov ernment as the successor of prior Russian governments Mr Roosevelt said he would notify Moscow of any amounts realized on such claims 6 A soviet waiver to any claims arising from the Siberian expedition of American armed forces subse quent to 1918 This did not include however the archangel expedition Litvinoff said the waiver was made to show our good will and be cause the United States had recog nized at the time the territorial in tegrity of the soviet union 7 President Roosevelt and Lit vinoff joined in a statement on claims which said Exchange of Views In addition to the agreements which we have signed today there has taken place an exchange of views with regard to methods of settling all outstanding questions of indebtedness and claims that per mits us to hope for a speedy and satisfactory solution of these ques tions which both our governments desire to have out of the way as soon as possible Mr Litvinoff will remain in Washington for several days for further discussions The soviet commissar later said he thought these questions could be solved through normal diplomatic channels American private and governmental claims run from to Aside from these major points both Mr Roosevelt and Litvinoff stressed in their recognition letters the hope that our nations hence forth may cooperate for their mu tual benefit and for the preserva tion of the peace of the world Talks to Press Litvinoff in a talk to members of the press forecast increasing unity in the field of economics culture and the struggle for peace He ex pressed the hope that really mr mal relations and really friendly relations rather than simply the conventional diplomatic Interchange would prevail Speculation centered on the let ters covering propaganda The com missar said his governments fixed policy would be To respect scrupulously the in disputable right of the United States to order its own life within its own Jurisdiction in its own way and to refrain from interfering in any man ner in the Internal affairs of the United States its territories or pos sessions Kefrain and Restrain To refrain and to restrain all persons in government service and all organizations of the government or under its direct or indirect con trol including organizations in re ceipt of any financial assistance from it from any act tending to incite or encourage armed inter vention or the bringing about by force of a change in the political or social order of the whole or any part of the United States This brought thought of the Third International many of whose leaders have been prominent in the soviet government But when a re porter questioned Litvinoff on the connection between the communist party of Russia and that of the United States he replied quickly The communist party of Rusiia has nothing to do with the United States and the communist party of the United States has nothing to do with soviet Russia Prevent Kecrulting In the same letter also was a statement of soviet policy not to form subsidize support or permit on its territory military organiza tions or groups having the aim of avmed struggle against the United States and to prevent any recruit Ing on behalf of such organizations and groups Some officials said this smacked of language in nonaggression pacts between Russia and her neighbors Litvinoff indicated to the press he would be favorably in clined to such a pact with the United States though he laughed off dangers of conflict But admin istration sources were doubtful the United States would accept a cov enant of this kind with one other nation Approximately 8500 families in the lower Rio Grande valley applied to the Red Pross for aid in repair ing homes damaged by the hurri cane which struck the section Seaiday y THE GOLDEN TEXT Acts him we live and move and have our BAPTIST achool at Morning worship at Tho aubject will bo In kotplng with tho Missionary lererice find laymens Sunday Yeaper serv ice at 5 p m Gossipy Speech or Sins Against Character will be the subject dis cussed The Y W C A BCB club will A W Caul minister St CATHOLIC h Masses at 0 8 and 10 a m Benediction tvTKl rosary at 1 p m Tho lev P S OConnor pastor the Rev rather Cas sidy assistant Family Second street northweit Sunday masses at 7 am a m Murphy the Rev A J Rev R P iohrcr assistant Catholic lunday at Chap Confession every before mass Catechism 15 minutes a tier The Rev John Canute CHRISTIAN S01KNCK Viral Church nt Christ on and Third street northwest Sunday serv Jl n m Subject Soul and Body Sunday acnool a m Wednesday Smoniat meeting p m Rending room cast end ol church Week days it a m CHURCH OF CHRIST street anii Adams avenue norlhweat Reports trom the United Mis sionary conference nt Dea Molncs will be eatured In Sunday services In the Tnorn ng Mr KraU speak on World Issuex Confronting the Nazarene The choir will sing the anthfcm Is Like Unto Thee Oley Speaks Orpan numbers include Hymn tn St Cecilia11 Gounod and Air rrom Orpheus Gtuch played by Mrs Wallace Allen orgtvnlst Bible school will start at Morning worship at At trie cventnc service three convention reports will lio given oa follows Imprea lona of E Stanley Jones1 by Mrs a L rTkynts Changing Aspccls of World Sllfl ilona Mrs C L Hlcltfi anil Missions During the rjeprcanlon by Mrs D Krntz Christian Endeavor starts at and evening worihlp at David L Kralz pastor hibitlon law was in adjournment today until Monday George Tuork Davenport book keeper testified yesterday and in terpreted initials on ledgers kept by an alleged interstate liquor as referring to one of the other of the defendants and a man not on trial Later Assistant U S District Attorney James P DJJle said the government did not Intend to intro duce additional evidence although it did not close Its case nchool wil open with orches tra recital at Worfihlp Trl C M club In luncheon nt G The George K will bo the apeaker from ha trip Fur Coats 9999 Priced from A representative of the Great Northern Fur Company of New York will be at our store for only ONE DAY to Monday November 20 with a complete line of beautiful Fur Coats Prices vUv Of furs are mounting steadily with the prediction that future prices will be considably greater we advise you to BUY NOW Liberal allowance on your old fur coat during thlfl sale LOFJUS Millinery 118 No Federal Ave Mason City Iowa Every Fur Coat Gunr nntced by the Great Northern Fur Co Boy ScouVa Monday evening at 7 Energetic class in all day meeting Thurs day Lunch at 12 Harmony puild FrMny In luncheon at 1 oclock Hostesses Mea rlAmes J L Faulty L B Talt M J S PoWcll F D Tcarce Devotions Sirs Lor enz Program Morninp vrorahlp will open with an organ selection by Mrs Eh fol lowed by processional Dr DLlible will preach from theme Working Our Fallh Itch WillAm I Dibble minister EPISCOPAL fit a m holy communion with special rnuaic church school nerv tce children with clitsies far Instruction 11 n m choral euchariat with sermon Third anniversary service Special music prelude Meditation Mniaonot ceune frmo Jocelyn Godard an efforlory iliict by Martalynne Powell nnd Edwin Tlolb Ung The Lord la My Light AHltaen the rholr MJII Tho Gloria from Tha Twelfth Mass Mnrtirt poslluile Pantlucle In D Hornier 5 p m vesper service Be con d anniversary of the dedication of the Anna F Way memorial The Chapel or our Lady There will he snvernl numbers of special music Including lounotlBach Avc Maria a soprano solo sung by Bmlth fl30 p rn young peoples fellowship luncheon and program A one act play will ho presented Tuesday p m St Johns Boy Scout troop n the hall Wednesday a one oclock luncheon and meet Ing of St Katharines pulld atthe apart mcnt of Mrs FH KUDK ll7Vi North Fed ernl avenue Friday St Johns guild will hold a one oclock luncheon antl meeting at the fo Mrs Loulae norihwfnt or the city The Robert It Reden baugh rector EVANOELTCAT Adams avenue northwest 10 Sunday school 11 morning for worship Junior Intermediate and senior league thnnk offering pro gram In charge of Womens Missionary society Moit of the evenjncji program wil taken up wltli a pageant My Altar of Tiianksfrlvtnff In which 10 characters take part Wedneeday mHweck prnyer service Dec 3 Grace church will observe Its twentieth anniversary Bishop L II Scaper of Le Mam In to he here for the oc occnsion n C Brunercifler minister LUTHERAN Fourth and on North pelaware n m Grruled Sunday achcnol anl Bible clnniei 10 n m Engllah nerviee 11 ft m German service The pastor ivlll Preach on The OMIcatEons of the Home 1 pet n 17 On day evening the Walther League will Rive an entertainment nt tho SfeKInJey school auditorium heglnnln at 8 oclock ftUun morning at 0 eonflrmnlion instruction Thursday evening at 7 junior choir pmc A pastor Btalft croeaea Connecti cut The Rev Kttmpen paator Mrs Oscar G SorUIn plarifsl and J choir dlreclbr Emll C Marltln church achool auparlntcndcnt Church achool with adult Bible classes a m Dlvina worship U am Sermon theme The Person of Men relude Pilgrims Chorus from Tannhauaer Richard Wagner Anthem Shine Cobb Offertory Noc turne Chopin PoBtlurie Angela Ever Bright JUKI Fair lUnilel The Lutlioir league meets Sunday evening at oclock Tho league social hour Tuesday 8 p m Tho Ladles Guild will entertain at the church parlors Wedncaday p m Host esses Mrs S lUvedal nnt Mrs E The class for confirmation Infitruction Wednesday p m Choir rchejtranl Wednesday 8 p tn FatherSon banquet ot Iho churchc parlora Friday p m Filth and Jersey south east Sunday schnol Morning worship sermon Liberty and Submissive ness in the Kingdom o God Anthem Onward Christian Soldiers MacDouptall Evening service Sermon Certain TcBlB of tho Christian Life11 D c Fieldn will sing District moeling nt Ode bolt Monday and Tuesday Board of Deacons Wednesday at a IJorcas Aid Thursday hostesses Mrs Carl Olson Mrs Charles Weber Sirs Oscar Larson Luther league Thursday at 8 George Guertln Evelyn and Daisy Holt committee Men and Boys Mixer at V M C A Friday evening Choir Friday Confirmation class Saturday TErholm pan or Our and Twentyfifth southwest Morning worship Sermon theme When the Great Shadow Falls John Sunday achool 10 with figog for nil aROs Luther leaRito program at given by Klon lAither league mem tiers of Clear IRke Junior choir practice Wednesday at Annual supper Wed nesday evening confirmation class Satur day at 0 Utness pastor St Sixth street Southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Kohr superintendentKlla secretary and treasurer American services at 10 a m Theme On tho First Day or the Weak ChoJr hymn I Hear Ihe Voice of Jesus baptism and confirmation Wart inirc Luther league meets at 7 p m Helen Buehler Irvin Iarr Madeline Schneider Margaret Stcphan Carleton Rohr and Ies Ho Slack will he on verse Preach The Lutheran Friendship society meeta at R p m with Afr and Mrs O Oovlg and Mr and Mrs Hflhert Fren Kervlng Confirmation class meets Monday Friday an Saturday confirmed member of St James church must bo In church tomorrow at 10 a m Please re memher Important The hrntherhood will sponsor a three act play fo bo riven on Dec R Tickets may he Bought from broth erhood K a Mall pas tor South Pennsylvania avenue GrArtcrt Sunrtay school and Bible classes at oclock J T superintendent Morning aervtca At oclock Organ prfude by Mrs j o ailbertson Soprano and nllo duet by Rusucll Thompson ami Mrs O L N WlffrtahT Fattier in He Down Choir anthem Thou wilt Keep Leach with duet hy Fnola Sfcram and BVialrice Lysne Sermon When JexuK Comes Matthew an 113 Offertory by Mrs J O Gilbert son Hntl orchestrn Sun ot My Foul Adult class for Baptism and confirmation Sunday at 3 p m and Monday at fl p m Luther league Fireside Hour and luncheon at fl p m Program presented by he Zton Luther leaguo of Clear Lake Junior Luther league meollnR at p m Evening aenlce it oclock Four hun dred fiftieth anniversary service of the hirth of Martin Luther The HBV H 0 Urness of the Zion Lutheran churth Clear Iake will preach the festival A plrls1 quartet win Ood Our Refuse Flamming choir anthem Sleepers Wake J S Bach practice Monday at p m Tho Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation society will by entertained Monday evening at oclock by Mrs WiRdahl anrt Marie WiRdahl at 220 Second street northeast The Kev T TJornholm of Fcrtrua Falls Minn Lutheran evanpelist will hoM n Rerlflg of evanpellatic at Trinity church Ijcglnnlnp Tuesday evening at oclock and conllnuinc every niRht except Saturday coslntr mth meetlnRs Nov 20 General Ltidles Aid Friday nt p m Horttespes Mrs n O Storvfck and Mrs Herman Olson ThankOrterlnx nroffram hy the oarleh circle Junior choir nrnclicB Frtdfty at p m Boys con rirmntlon class Saturday nt 8 oclock Rlrln claiir at 9 oclock flevnnth Rrade at oclock nnrt sixth grarte at U O L r7 Wfcrfflht pnstor Cn 1 va 1 n North D el awaru aven u e Adult claTfl n m worship nt a m Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at David Olson superintend ent Junior Luther league at p m Senior Luther league at p m Con nrmatlon clogs Thursday after School at Tut tie Saturday at 9 a m at casseil training class at Hcndrlckson 1625 North Washington avenue Thursday at 7 p m Sunday school teachers Thlird day at Hendrickson at p m Sun beams at Saturday at 2 p tn 0 L N WlBdnhl pastor METHODIST flecomj nnd Washington northwest cliurcli school Mens class tn court house Queen Esthers In P G and E YOUHE meti In ERdmar hotel Junior church Morning worship The Rov Frank Matt ii A will speak on The flower Spe cial music Quartet Come Ye CTcAne Scott Chortis Rock of Apes Buck Or gan A Memory Stebhfns and Arcdttn llon Kinder Hans meeting Mr Malhls will sjieak on Hours of IDepreR slon Vespers for youth Sun day night forumTalk Identification Policeman R R Oulman Evening ser vice Special music hy chorus Closing mes sage by the Rev Frank Jrallilfi William H Sponce minister Frcft H6 SJxth street Graded Sunday school at 10 oclock Morning wor ship at 11 Sermon topic Escaping Temp tations The young services at p m Preaching at 8 oclock Teacher training claaa Tuesday evening at the rnr nonagc Pauls third missionary Journey wtll he studied Church prayer meeting day evening at Friday evening ynuhg peoples missionary meeting fit the parson age A W Schmidt minister Olivet Church school opens at a m C K Klfiney superintendent Morning wor ship and sermon at 11 a m Tliemc The second Hcrmon on the general theme True Measure The chorus choir will sing nnd Walter Hemlrlckson will sing n solo Mrs W L Wallace will ploy the prelude offer tory and postlude numbers Th Younp Peoples society wfll meet at p m for a 30 minute service nfter which the group will attend tho last of the special aeries of services nt First church Home Guards will meet Tuesday 4 p m ivlth Margaret Roae meyer 221 Twentieth street southeast Choir practice and midweek Bible study We fine a liy at p m Ladies Aid Thursday af ternoon This will be Guest day Each lady is to bring a friend Tlic usual plan for pic nic lunch will he observed I O O F llntm 2 p m Sunday school 3 p m Church anrvlce Zlon East Slate and Rock Glenn Ger man service at a mt Sunday school at 10 and Enpllsli worship at 11 oclock The Epworth lea put meets at p m At evangelistic service at the First M E church Wednesday evening prayer meeting at Conrad Buehlers resi dence G II Kohler pastor Flrnt North Washington at Ninth street n m Church firhoo 11 a m Mnrnlns worship Theme The Gospel of RlHcjleflh1p Duct by Hagerman and Mr RPbern entitled Jesus thr Very Thought of ThRe Brewer Mlna Stevens will piay Song of Home Days End Trotsky nnrt Postluile Heller Sermon by the pastor The Goal of Fel lowship p m Seniors nnd forum p m K von Ing service Bermon Just one Real Touch Monday p m the StowawttjR hold monthly dinner Commit tee Corrlnne Kid tier and Bernlce Boyd Tuesday p m Drama club rehearsal 7 10 p m Boy Scouts Friday p m Annual FatherRon dinner Saturday Rum mage tale by Central rind Evenlnpclrdes Georae K Davles minister Eaat Side 11 a m Sunday schcool Bud Conlon Blip erlnt end ent Ml S CKTL ANKOU S AllianceTaliemncle 616 North Delaware Sunday Bible schcool 10 Preachlnp at 11 on Unanswered Prayer young Peoples service at 1 Evening evangelistic service at S Subject Will Christ Savo Everybody Prayer meeting Tuesdays nt 8 missionary band meets each Wednesday nt 2 Choir practice each Thursday at 8 L A Per kins minister hurch n 313 West State street First meeting In the new tnber nacle Sunday ichnol at MrF Robert Wyhorny nuperlnlenclent service at Tlie Rev Chauncey Menvln in charge Jail service at 3 p m N Y P S meeting at ft lit Evangelistic service At with Mr Merwln preaching Meeting at each evening next week at tha new F H Enoch pastor fioort 16ni North Monroe avenue Sunday school nl 2 Service for men and mission day following The Rev A Schmidt and aomn others will glvn mkflnlon ary tn Ih T pm ycr m I n g Tue ert ay at A m nt the home of Mrs A Ivy Robinson 17 Thlrlfientlh street northeast nnrl Krlrtay morning at Mn R03 South Toy ler Junior MIsalonary society Saturday At Jria o mtnrftler Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov senate went out investi gating some went east Bome went west and some went over the cuckoos nest New Orleans home of the sazerack cock tail and the best food in Ameri ca but they wont stand investi gation My good friend Senator Connelly of Texas was among cm and the committee have been making their entrances into the courtroom by sliding down the flag pole and retiring through a trap door The Washington bunch in Pecora the word In digging up devilment on the evil and the California committee who were looking into receivership and fako stock sales schemes which are one and the same they found out Callfornians will buy anything in the way of stock if its phoney enough Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright JB33 McNanght Syndicate 2 BILLS ADOPTED BY IOWA HOUSE Continued from rage 1 fort to defer final action until later was defeated by a onesided vote Sell Small Tracts Sponsors of the bill told the house that It would permit the sale of small tracts of land such as gravel pits and other property which now only can be disposed of through leg islative action An amendment in troduced by Representative Mc Creery and approved by the house specified as a condition of sale that the land shall not be so used as to damage adjacent property The liquor control committees ar ranged for a public hearing next Tuesday and for a conference with the governors commission on Wed nesday preparatory todrafting a liquor control bill for assembly con slderation In a session yesterday afternoon the house passed its fourth bill ol the day a measure introduced by Representative Yager which would permit the posting of council notices in one instead of two places in a municipality Would Amend Beer Bills received by the house today included a proposal by Representa tive Zylstra of Sioux amending the beer law to permit municipalities to retain permit fees A bill by Rep resentative IloCreery of Linn would make the real estate brokers license law nqnapplicable to any auctioneer employed to sell realty at a publir auction j Indefinite postponent wEis recom mended by the house Committee on county and township affairs for the Durant bill to require the county treasurer to refund poll taxes for 1933 already paid at the rate of S4 instead of 3 as fixed by the last regular assembly session FARM STRIKE IN ITS FIFTH WEEK Opposition Reported Grow ing by Officials of Some Counties By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS The fifth week of the farm strike started today with opposition re ported by some county officials to be growing and the strike leaders goal of cost of production still to be achieved In most states of the midwest where the holiday movement started Oct 21 farmers in sympathy with the strike program were quietly withholding their produce from the market and seeking tov persuade their neighbors to do likewise Violence persisted only in Wiscon sin and several county boards meet ing in annual November sessions had received delegations of farmers who asked the hoards to take action to stop the strike Officials of livestock and product markets in the strike area said they were experiencing no great diffi culty in getting supplies for their customers County authorities in Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota and other states provided safe passage of trucks and other carriers through picket lines Numerous creameries and cheese factories In Wisconsin remained closed however and pickets were active on highways in many sec tions Strike leaders of the stale planned to meet in Madison today for a conference on their future program F R Announces Steel Industrys Approval of Code Says NRA Agreement to Be Continued to Nov 31 Next Year WASHINGTON Nov 18 rli President Roosevelt announced tl approval of the steel industry of n code after tho 90 day trial Friday and a continuation of tho isting code until Nov 31 next yciu The report of the code approval was given to the president by the American Iron nnd Steel institute In aproving the NRA working agreement the institute declared it self generally satisfied with the op eration of tho code The president regarded the action of the steel company industry one of the nations largest as important It also was said at the white house that informal expressions of approv al of the trial code had tiecn received from the textile 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