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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBER 20 1933 Series in Charge of Frank Mathis at M E Church Comes to Close The Rev T Tjornhom Fergus Falls Minn a well Icnown evangel ist the Lutheran church will con duct a series of evangelistic meet ings at Trinity Lutheran church 508 South Pennsylvania avenue south cast beginning Tuesday evening at oclock and continuing with meetings each night of the week ex cept Saturday with the closing meetings on Sunday The Rev H O Urness of Zlon Lutheran church of Clear Lake was the guest speaker Sunday evening the services at Trinity church commemorating the four hundred fiftieth anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther Nov 10 As Luther found peace for a trou bled and burdened soul in the aton ing power of the blood of Christ so we today need to come to the Bible as Luther did and receive for our selves this mighty power of God salvation the minister said 3Iaii Among aien Christ as man among men was above palaces equipages abov titles fame wealth above thi lustful and the base he was daunt less before what seduces or entice out for office or selfish a man who lived above the fog o pretense sham deceit propaganda said the Rev W IT Kampen at th Central Lutheran church He looked not at the appear ance one presented by his wealth o property his rank or low condi tion he did not regard the out ward circumstances ones extorna condition He looked at the inne man In I Corinthians 10 12 thi Apostle Paul gives his congregatior at Corinth an exhortation the Rev M Mall of St James Lutheran church said This exhortation the speaker continued was given to reiieve the poverty of certain Christians In Jerusalem Saint Paul although a minister was ready to take care ot the secular life of the church wiien GEIitlAff DrSCOVEKV STOPS BEDWETTING INSTANTLY A remarkable German discovery which stops bedwetting instantly is now offered to sufferers every where by Dr ZottmannV Method 892C Hageu Bldg St Paul Minn without obligation Send for free in formation and liberal guaranteed of and sex of suf 1 PHONE 888 BEFORE ITS TOO LATE Our Baby 1oco Coal wins by comparison Buy your conl on our moneybuck guarantee Its easy to fire Baby Poco FUEL COMPANY ver that was necessary Paul could dapt himself to all the various clr umstances of life Communism Falls The communistic plan once dopted by the early Christians was ot successful Poverty again over ook them and some needed help Tie apostle askecl the Corinthians nd others to lay by a certain sum n each Sunday in order that funds light be gathered In like manner all confirmed nembers in St James church should ring their offerings in special enve Sunday in 1934 The choir sang I Heard the of Jesus Say GenevJeve berg Mrs Harvey Norberg and William Jackson received the sacra ment of Holy Baptism William Tackaon Genevicve Norberg Har ey Norberg Doris Norberg Henry Vearda Mrs Wearda Elaine and Willoden announced themselves for membership and were received in the church The Wartburg Luther league met n the evening Madalain Schneider Margaret Stephan Leslie Slock and Carlton Rolusang Safely Through Another Week Helen Buehler gave hc topic Christs Command and Irvin Ferr read a portion of Luth ers life Meetings Close A series of special meetings held at the First JI E church came to a successful close Sunday evening with the final sermon by the Rev Frank Mathis Sunday evening Mr Mathis was heard Sunday in three sermons Walter Fardun directing special music at all services In the afternoon Mr Mathis spoke on Hours of Depression at a mass meeting He urged the need of facing present problems with the true spirit of Christ The Sower was the subject of his morning ser Mrs S L Haynes and Mrs C W Hicks Sunday evening brought re ports at the Church of Christ of the missionary conference in Des Moines held last week under the auspices of 85 Protestant communions Mrs Haynes reported her impres sions of E Stanley Jones prominent missionary and author and Mrs Hicks described the gathering in the Shrine auditorium and gave a brief report of a message from Miss Flck cn missionary from India The Rev D C Kratz closed the service with a few of his impressions of the con ference and an appeal for the true missionary spirit Has Festival Week Sunday St Johns Episcopal church closed its third annual festi val week entering upon the fourth year of work in the new buildings At the 11 oclock service the choir iang the gloria from Mozarts Twelfth Mass At the 8 oclock service the young peoples fellow ship attended a corporate commun m In the afternoon at 5 oclock a vesper service was held in remem brance of tne secondanniversary toe dedication of theCbapel btpur Ladythe gift ofMina F Way In the evening the young people at tended the fellowship service in the guild hail where a one act play was presented Soul and Body Soul and Body was the subject of the LessonSermon In the Church of Christ Scientist The Golden Text was from Isaiah Yea in the way of Thy judg ments O Lord have we waited for thee the desire of our soul is to Thy name and to the remembrance of Thee The LessonSermon comprised quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Scence textbook Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy One of the Bible citations reads And when Jesus departed thence two blind men followed Him cry ing and saying Thou son of David have mercy on us Then touched He their eyes saying According to your faith be it unto you And their eyes were opened and Jesus straltly charged them saying See that no man know it Matt 30 What Time la It By Gods Clock was the subject for the dis course by the Rev Chauncey Mer win at the Nazarenc church Sunday evening The text was from Matt Tell us when shall these things be and what shall be the sign of Thy coming and of the end of the world Clear Lake HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310W No 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEVV1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Ihone 07 ALCOHOL CAUSES COURT SESSION WeekEnd Offenders Arrest ed on Charges Asso ciated With Liquor Alcohol was the chief reason for holding police court Monday morn ing Three men were placed in the county jail one waited trial at 4 oclock Monday afternoon and an other forfeited a bond before John C Shipley police judge Thomas Lynch Mason City and David McCauley 1216 Georgia ave nue southeast were each fined costs on charges of intoxication and sentenced to 30 days in the county jail when they could not pay their fines Joe Beckjord Forest City Earl Potter 313 Pearce avenue north east and Mike Peck 717 North Fed eral avenue were each fined 10 and costs on charges of intoxication The case of Clarence Brown 1541 Penn sylvania avenue northeast charged with intoxication was set for 4 oclock Monday afternoon Henry Dotson 639 Monroe ave nue southwest waived to the grand jury on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated He could not furnish a bond of 5300 and was placed in the county jail Frank Dennis 1408 North Fed eral avenue forfeited a 5100 bond by falling to appear in court He was charged with violation of ordinance 230 having twothirds of a gallon tin and two half pint bottles of al cohol in his possession when arrest ed UNION PROJECT LEADERS CHOSEN Mrs Harry Spillman Named Township Chairman for Year CLEAR LAKE Nov Harry Spillman was elected town ship chairman of the womens pro ject work in Union township Mrs Cecil H Avise is the publicity chair man and project leaders of each school district were chosen The group includes Mrs Roger Nelson Mrs J C Oehlevt No 1 Mrs Harry Spillman No 2 Mrs Peter Christians and Mrs Everett Callanan No 3 Mrs F W Stover and Mrs Hugh Strain No 4 Mrs Emmons Cannon No 5 Mrs J R Caffrey No 6 iVIrs Ernest Buss and Mra L A Cook No 7 Mrs Guy Caffrey and Mrs Orris Lund ly Nc 8 At the last meeting Miss Ada Raake home demonstrator led the description on the making of Christ mas gifts A toy cat was made from an inner tube and a number of toy patterns cut out A new bias apron pattern was also shown CornHog Program Is Discussed by Olsen at Union Farm Bureau CLEAR LAKE Nov 20 The Union township Farm Bureau met at the Lakeside church Friday night A program was presented at which Marion E Olson gave a talk explaining the need of controlled production in connection with the coinhog program Announcement was also made ofa meeting to dis eusa the cornhog program at Ven tura high school Wednesday night Several plays were given John Jones Fortune by Mr and Mrs Cecil Avise and Joe Caffrey Hir ing a Servant Girl by Mrs Ed Torsedahl Mrs Pearl Hickok and Marcia Hickok Preparing for a Visit by Mrs Ed Torsedahl Mrs H Hlgley and Mrs Pearl Hick ok A reading was given by Evelyn Higley Emery Torsedahl Wynton and June Ellen Christians Mr and Mrs Kilburn Bill Shaffer Helen Thompson Boyd Alfred Larson and Shirley Stanfield pre sented musical numbers RITES ARE HELD FOR EARL WATTS WoodfordWheeler Yard Managers Are Honorary Pallbearers CLEAR LAKE Nov rvicea for Harry Earl Watts 60 a prominent Clear LaJce business who died suddenly Wednesday night were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church Short services were held preceding those at the residence 502 North Fourth street The Rev B W Riner pastor of he Methodist church officiated Faith Monaghan sang several selections When They Ring the olden Bells and Abide With At the Hospitals CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mason City Armory SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 These Saturday night dances are ex tremely popular A good orchestra and a fme crowd And the admission is al ways 20 you get a big eve nings entertainment This Satur day Shaffers orchestra Youll find plenty of dancing partners We suggest this allporce lain constructed Slightly Higher on Terms DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME Biff enough to heat the average small appearing All Porcelain Finish Mrs Charles Scblosser and infant Nora Springs were dis missed from the Mercy hospital Sunday Mrs Robert Dressier Britt was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following treatment Doris Kappelman 641 Adams avenue southwest was admitted to the Story hospital Saturday for a major operation Charles Van Wey 20 Twenty sixth street southwest was dis missed from the Mercy hospital Sun day following a major operation Norman George Wheeler 418 Tenth street northeast was ad mitted to the Park hospital Satur day for a major operation H Lawhorn Garner was ad mitcd to the Story hospital Sunday for treatment Mrs Frank 732 Second street southwest was dismissed from Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation Miss Dorothea Diercks Mason City was admitted to the Park hos pital Sunday for a major operation Robert Culbertson St Anggar was dismissed from the Mercy hos pital Sunday following a minor op eration Mrs R M Seater Northwood was dismissed from tie Mercy hos pital Sunday following a major op eration Mrs Earnest Llnnenlcamp 226 Fourteenth street southeast was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sun cay for a major operation Mrs Franklin Henthorn 106 Twentieth street southeast was ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Sun day for treatment Miss Ethel Levisay Clear Lake was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operation Reno Harms Thornton waa ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Satur day for treatment John B Cabanis 105 Tenth stree northwest was admited to the Mercy hospital Saturday for treat ment Mrs Emma Hour Allison was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sat urday for treatment Mrs Charles George 736 Ninth street northeast was admited to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operation A daughter weighing cightpounds seven ounces waa born to Mr and Mrs Burdette Smith 404 Pennsyl vania avenue northeast Saturday at the Mercy hospital Half grown tan and white kitten 202 S 2nd Ph 682 S J Humphrey accompanied by hig sister Mrs L J Pinnegan and his parents Mr and Mrs J W Humphrey of Mason City left Sun day for Minneapolis They will visit an uncle of Mr Humphreys who is seriously ill Miss Jean Matthews spent the weekend at Grinnell where she at tended Grinnell college homecoming celebration J J Kuns went to Spencer Sun day accompanying hisson Shirley back to reforestation camp after a weeks stay in Clear Lake Mr and Mrs B H Matthews plan to leave Tuesday to spend several days with their son Jack Matthews and family at Strawberry Point Mr and Mrs W C Wltke spent Sunday at Lakota with friends Housegiiests of Wlnton Trlplett over the weekend were his brother Robert Wlechold and a friend Al vin Delaney both of Waterloo Dr A B Phillipsand DrA J Cole attended the funeral services of Dr B F Weston at Mason City Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs M C Turner and family spent Sunday at Forest City at the W C Fusion home and visit ed Pilot Knob Clear Lake Calendar missionary conference at Community build ing P E O meets with Miss Idi Clack Congregational Ladies Aid so ciety meets at Mrs Ira Jones home D O club meets with Mrs Leonard Mathers Lions club meets at Lions cafe American Legion sewing circle meets at Mrs C M Peterson home Clara street Knights of Pythias regional meet ing at I O o F hall 8 oclock club meets with Mrs John Smith Jefferson street Rotary club meets at I O O F hall at Community build ing Money Is Taken CLEAR LAKE Nov was reported to police that 522 had been taken from the Shorty Compton home on East Main street over the weekend Members of the Civilian Conaer vatlon corps at a camp near Steph cnvilie Tex publish a newspaper called the Blue Eagle News school at Valpairiso Ind nd business college at Chicago Worked 43 Years At lhe age of 18 he accepted a iosition with the WoodfordWheeler ompany where he was employed or the past 43 years He spent his irst two years working at the Clear Lake yard and then was made manager of the yard at Garner a osition which he held nine years He then became auditor of the Voodford yards and returned to leav Lake to make his home He was married to Miss Carrie E ifeyers June 10 1806 the culmina ion of a schoolday romance They stablished their first home at Gar er Mr Watts united with the Gar er M E church in his young1 man ood and while here has served aa n official member of the church nd at the time of bis death was hairman of the auditing committee nd heac usher in the church Brother Is Here He is survived by his widow Mrs arrie Watts daughter Ruth Aatts teacher in the schools at ioone son Donald who is em Managers There Managers of the Woodford Wheeler lumber R Wood ford Clear Lake F K Hoick Britt F R Mallory Chapin F E Mor row Garner H M Newgord Good ell Arthur Musgjerd Meservey Harm J Groen Meservey E L Linder Pomeroy E A MusgjercJ Thornton and H E Thomas of Ven tura were honorary pallbearers Casket bearers were F L Minette C O Lomen Ralph Ingersol Frank Rich L W Sherman and Sol Ott Members of the Womens Relie corps and the Rebekah lodge at tendad the services in a body Mr Watts was born Jan 13 187 at Milton Wis He came with hi parents to Iowa at the age of years living with them on the Palm eter farm for one year and then going with them to their own farm in Lincoln township He was educa ted in the local schools and late PARK THEATER MORNING GLORY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Wild Boys of the Road Beginning Thursday of this week we are going to offer you bargain to every body except on Saturday and Sunday and Holidays and on these days we book in special QUtstandimj productions for lOc and Management Help Kidneys If uool7 funetiomnff Kidneys enfl V Bladder make you Buffet from Gettintr Up Nitfhts Nervousness Rheumatic Pains Stiffness Burninsr Smarting I tchinff or Acid Ity try the Buaranteed DoctoraPrescriDUonCyatexlSiHtei r fix you up or money back Ontt W nt druggista ployed by the General Electric com pany in Schenectady N Y his mother Mrs Mary Watts of Clear Lake a brother Vern Watts Chi cago and two aunts Mis Louise Perkins Los Angeles and Miss Sadie Atherton in California The outoftown relatives at the funeral included his son Don of Schenectady N Y daughter Ruth Boone brother Vern Watts Chi cago a niece Sirs George Dykema Chicago Mr and Mrs Roland Mey ers Charles City Marian Meyers Chapin and Mr and Mrs Gregory Lindon Lincoln Nebr A number of friends of Miss Watts from towns where she has taught also attended the funeral William Lloyd Garrison was the leader of the radical abolitionists m the antislavery struggle in the United States in 1829 BOW LEGS AND PRONATING ANKLES Need PROPERBUILT SHOES Many children have been helped by the use ot these wonderful shoes GET THEM AT IAIUD H E State St Where Shoes Are Really Fitted TON REO SPEEDWAGON FAMOUS 6 CYL GOLD CROWN ENGINE FULLFLOATING AXLE BIG FRAME HYDRAULIC BRAKES HEAVY DUTY TIRES YOU CANT MAKE A BETTER R INVESTMENT IN TRUCKS REO SALES and SERVICE Pheasant Dinner Party Held at Homer Briars CLEAR LAKE Nov 20 Mr and Mrs Homer Briar entertained a group at pheasant dinner Sunday night at their home on South Sec ond street Guests included Mr and Mrs Lloyd Liesenberg Mr and Mrs W A Drew Mr and Mrs Le land Patterson Mr and Mrs W A Ames and Mr and Mrs Leslie Thayer The evening was spent in formally Hackbart of Grafton Celebrates 95th Year GRAFTON Nov Hack bart known to everyone In Grafton as Grandpa Hackbart celebrated his ninetyfifth birthday Thursday He Is well and greatly enjoyed the company of his visitors who came to congratulate him Mr and Mrs Ed Hackbart and family Air and Mrs George Laughlin and family all of Osage Mr and Mrs William Hack bart and family Mr and Mrs Ferd Hackbart and family Mr and Mrs Ami Hackbart and family and Mr PRUSSIA TO TAKE EINSTEIN ESTATE Secret Police Order Seizure of Property as Owned by Communist BERLIN Nov 20 police today ordered the seizure of all property of Dr Albert Einstein famous physicist and Mrs Ein stein by virtue of the law for con fiscation of communist property Legal notice of this seizure was served In the official Gazette Relch sanzleger which listed all mobile and Immobile goods particularly bank accounts and other deposits to bo confiscated lu favor of the Prussian state Iowa Falls Boy Hurt in Hunting Accident IOWA FALLS Nov 20Robert Lund age 15 waa injured Sunday forenoon while out hunting with a boy companion Darwin Lord The rifle of the Lord boy waa acciden tally discharged the bullet caus ing a wound in Lunds shoulder and neck He Is in the hospital and the attending surgeon says he will re cover unless complications develop The injured boy is a son of Mra Ferdinand Lund living on the Ira Nichols farm southeast of town Grove Farm Bureau Will Elect Officers Tuesday NORTHWOOD Nov township Farm Bureau will hold Its annual election of officers at the regular November meeting Tuesday evening of this week which will be held at the Northwood Music hall R T Nelson county agent will speak on the government plan of loaning 45 cents a bushel on sealed corn giving an advance outline of the plan and Instructing farmers ns to the preliminary action to be taken by them In preparing for the and Mrs Oscar Macken and family application and completion of the were 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