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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                y Oct 12 1946 Mason City GlobeGazelle Mason City U SUNDAY TO BE OLD SCOUTS DAY Jamboree and Pageant to eB Open to Public Sunday will be the Old Scouts day at the Boy Scout jamboree site north of Mason City The site will be open to the public through out the day and the families of the scouts are especially invited to attend the outdoor church services Sunday morning Old Scouts and Scouters will be welcomed on Sundayby those in charge who plan a day for them in reliving old time Scout experi ences Registration of old scouts and guests will be under the di rection of Fred Wagner The general public will be wel 1 corned at the Sunday night camp fire which will feature a pageant of the early history of Iowa Cos tumes for the pageant will be de vised by the boys taking part Adjust Trailer Rent for Veterans at SUI Iowa City C Woody Thompson of the of stu dent affairs said Friday rent rates for married University of Iowa student veterans living in univer sityowned trailers had been ad justed to provide that the veterans shall pay no more1 than onefourth of their monthly GI bill subsis tence as rent TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 A M Palace Theater REV ALVIN N ROGNESS PASTOR A cordial invitation to all Youll Like Our REVIVAL 0f 1615 Delaware N E Sunday School A M Morning Worship A M C As Service P M Evangelistic Service P M If you enjoy music from the South hear the GOSPEL MUSIC MAKERS at these services REV C B BELL Pastor Masoo City Chmrches THE GOLDEN TEXT I was glad when they said unto me let us go into the house of ADVENTJST Seventh S Delaware IV Roger Holley pastor Services every Sat urday Sabbath school serv er 11 ALLIANCE Gospel Bible school i m Message The Church Invisible In Young peoples fellowship v i m Evangelistic service 3 Message or Repentance MldweeK ervicc Wednesday 8 p m Lowell L Young pastor ASSEMBLY OF GOD Delaware N E Sunday school Special services and 8 p m with the Gospel Music Makers C A ervice p m Rev C B BeU pas BAPTIST here Pennsylvania Crosses State Rev Rev Herbert Paul Rumford minister Miss Hazel Morris Christian education director and secretary Mrs Earl Bhlcrs oreardst Sunday school at Kenneth Waughtal superintendent Classes all ages Momins worship at Sermon topic The Man or bcBeautltul Gate Special music by the choir He Will Hide St JohnSr715 6th S W Sunday school a rn The forum meeting 3 p m B T U 6 Preaching 11 a m and 8 p m CATHOLIC SI masses as follows 8 9 and The Very Rev P J Behan head of the Mason City dean ery the Rev A Hearing and the Rev Joseph A Krocheski Holy N W Sunday services 7 89 10 and 11 Monsignor R P Murphy the Rev Robert Swift and the Rev Edward Riley officiating CHRISTIAN 4th N W George O Marsh pastor Bible school Worship Mr Warren Hile of Drake uni versity guest speaker Anthem O Send Thy Light Forth by Balaklreff 5 In termediate and senior CYF Down town union service Wednesday no churchnight dinner nor fellowship meet ing CHURCH OF CUBIST SCIENTIST and 3rd N W Sun day service at 11 Subject Are Sin Disease and Death Real Sunday school H for pupils under 20 Wednesday evening meeting 8 Reading room east wing of church week days U a m to 5 p m CONGREGATIONAL at 1st N E Roy C Helienstein M A D D minister Church school at a m Public wor ship and sermon at a m The Hev J Richard Wagner minister of the First Congregational church of Cedar Rapids will be guest speaker his subject being The Bonds of Fellowship Young peo ples meeting at p m EPISCOPAL St N B at Pennsylvania The Rev C Burnett Whitehead rector Holy Communion B a m Church school at and 11 Morning prayer 11 Or gan prelude Mrs R E Patton organist The rector will read the Pas toral Letter of the House of Bishops Solo Arise Shine for Thy Light Is Come MacDermld Mrs T J Klessel bach soloist Anthem Open Your Eyes MacFartanc The vestry will meet Monday evening Oct 14 EVANGELICAL 14th N W and Adams F W Wendland pastor Sunday school 10 a m Worship service 11 Youth fellowship program for all of the young people pictures will bo shown GREEK ORTHODOX At 1401 N Washington The Rev Fa ther Ambrose G Glannoukos Vespers and confessions every Saturday 7 Sun day Matins High mass Holy days a m Catechism for children 6 to every Friday JEHOVAIlS WITNESSES Jehovahs at 1G17 South Federal Watchtower study Pure and Undeflled Worship Sunday at p m LUTHERAN 4th and 5th on Delaware N E Sunday school 1st service Junior choir anthem Abide With 2nd service Senior choir anthem All Hail the Power of Jesus Name Pastors sermon Love Is the Highest Law The International Lutheran Hour at a m and 1 p m and 7 p m Quarterly meeting of con gregation Wednesday evening at 8 C A Him pastor E school chief service 11 anthem Open Our Eyes by Macfarlane sermon Mr Emerson Jury Marvin O Lee pastor and S Jersey Ernest A Bergeson pastor Sunday school divine worship sermon True THE INTERNATIONAL Lutheran Hour Every Sunday At a m over Mutual At 1 p m over WCAL Northfield At p m over KROC Rochester At 7 p m over KATE Albert Lea Hear Dr W A Maier this Sunday on Euthanasia or Mercy BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH C A HINZ Pastor To the Conservative Men of This Community The only security that increased in value during the stock market slump was a life insurance policy JAKE DOUGLAS Insurance HONESTLY ITS THE BEST POLICY N Federal BEST ON KGLOCBs DIAL ISUO ij Oscar Levant will contribute witty com IVlOnrge antj a pjano solo and Shirley Booth Mahoney the pride of will offer an hilarious ong parody on the initial airing the Vaughn Monroe Show at p m Music is by the famous Monroe band vocalist Betty Norton and the Moon Maids quintet Walter Pidgeon Sabbath Liberty Special board of ad ministration meeting Mtinday 8 p m St 6th S E Sunday school divine service sermon Our Behavior in Church Senior choir Cher ubim Song Bortmonsky Sunday p m installation of league officers at a candlelight service Oswald E G Mall pastor Our Heights Sunday school 10 Bible class 11 wor ship theme A Little Child Shall Lead Them 10 a m confirmation class meets the parsonage C Henry Anderson pastor West church worship theme Entrance to Gods Kingdom Sun day school C Henry Anderson pastor METHODIST at 2nd N W Lloyd A Gustafson D D church school worship service sermon In My Aloneness Doctor Gustafson i Anthem O Thou From Whom All Bless ings Flow Tschaikowsky solo If Yc Abide in Me La Forge Mr Hobson 3 senior high rally at Hampton 5 jun ior high fellowship 6 young adult fel lowship Mrs Bertha Patchen organist at Hth S E Doctor Paul A Peterson minister church school senior MYF ship Mrs Carl H Carlson organist An thenu In Heavenly Love Abiding Hoi den Doctor Peterson preaches A Cure For Defeatism 730 evening services Solofst Mrs Paul Peterson Sabbath Prayer Reichert Offertory solo In an Eighteenth Century Drawing Room Scott Miss Kathlen Dihlmann Doctor Peterson preaches A Man who Almost NAZABENE Cliurch of the W State Sunday school with Supt W M Logue in charge worship young peoples preprayer service young peoples devotional meeting 7 evange listic service 8 An unusual young peo ples service has been planned for the 7 ocloclc service with Francis Frazier and Frances Gephart in charge Marie Olkers president of the society The Rev Evert O Davis pastor OPEN BIBLE CHUKCII 1702 Carolina S E Sunday school worship 11 Communion service young people 7 evangelistic service 8 Tuesday and Thursday prayer and Bible study 8 Elbert Dougherty pastor PRESBYTERIAN at 9th N W Wilbur Frank Dierking minister Woship 11 sermon What Name Mrs Roy Servi son organist Mrs Hermit Larson will sing Fear Not Ye O Israel by Buck Church school at 10 for junior intermed iate and senior departments at 11 for nursery beginners and primary West minster fellowship 7 at parish house SALVATION ARMY 510 S Federal Maj Katherine Davis and Inez Dee Ferrias pastors Sunday school 1002 6th S W 9 510 S Federal 10 worship 510 S Federal 11 Sunday school outpost 2 young peoples legion 7 evangelistic service 8 Invite You to Attend QUjurrfj Morning SERMON THE MAN OR THE At Pennsylvania arid State BEAUTIFUL GATE Evening SERMON Teace of ALL WELCOME Herbert Paul Rumford Minister Hear the Timely Sermon Peace of MindHow at the Union Evening Service held at the First Baptist Church Dr Lloyd A Gustafson presiding Rev Herbert P Rumford preaching Mr Stephen B Hobson directing music ALL WELCOME ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 616 N Delaware LOWELL L YOUNG Pastor A M THE AND INVINCD3LE P M Penance or Repentance Wesley Methodist Church Dr Peterson Preaches A CURE FOR DEFEATISM A MAN WHO ALMOST WAS RADIO CHAPEL Carl J Sentman Pastor THE DOWNING FAMILY will be with us for their fare well services before leaving for Cenya Colony Africa Professor Herbert Downing will superintend the Rift Valley Academy in Kenya We invite you tpTneet and lear our missionaries Mr and Mrs Downing and their four children CONRAD RINGSTAD Courtesy Albert Lea Minn Tribune i Wont Waive Extradition in Death Case advice of his attorney Elmer K Peterson of show i Albert Lea Minn Conrad Ringdrive stad 31 wanted in Northwood on a warrant of arrest charging him with manslaughter following the death of John Rasmussen 69 ot Albert Lea whose body was found in a barn on the Iowa side of the state line at Emmons Minn Oct 2 has refused to waive extradi tion and is being held in the Free born county jail at Albert Lea awaiting action by the Worth county grand jury which will con vene Tuesday County Attorney L E Plummer of Northwood says he was assurec by Attorney Peterson that if the Worth countygrand jury indicts Ringstad he will waive extradi tion and that he would consent t Ringstads being held at Alber Lea without charge until that time On this assurance Plummer die not proceed with the required formalities to extradite Ringstad Ringstad alleges that he fol lowed his brother Orville 29 am Rasmussen both of whom hac been drinking according to hi statement and desired to take hi brother home He located them in the barn at Emmons where King stad alleges Rasmussen was at tempting immoralities with Or ville and that he struck Kasmus sen and took his brother away leaving Rasmussen in the ban and not realizing older man was seriously injured Orville claims he was asleep and did not know what was go ing on until his brother took him out of the barn and to Lea they were found by officer after Rasmussens body was found The Worth county district qbur convenes Monday with Judge W P Butler of Mason City presiding STErfAlSTILL HEADS CHURCH Archbishop Sentenced to 16 Years of Labor Zagreb Yugoslavia bishop Alojzijc Stepinac waiting to begin a sentence of 16 years at forced labor remains the head of the Roman Catholic church in Yugoslavia Bishop Joseph P Hur ley regent of the Apostolic Nunci ature in Belgrade said Saturday The replate found guilty of collaboration with the puppet Croaian government during the war was considered in canon law to be impeded Bishop Hurley said that sofaras he knew the Holy See still would consider the archbishop the head of the Yugo slav Catholics At present the archbishopric is being conducted by the senior auxiliary bishop of the diocese Bishop SalisSalwees The archbishop was given 48 hours Friday in which to appeal his sentence to the general assem bly of Croatia However Bishop Hurley said he did hot believe the archbishop would appeal He re called that the archbishop himself said during the trial he would ask for no mercy and accept whatever sentence was meted out to him insisting throughout the trial that his conscience was clear Archbishop Stepinac also was sentenced to be deprived of civil rights for 5 years and his property was ordered confiscated The 3 judge court in this case evidently referred to the archbishops per sonal property rather than any property actually belonging to the Catholic church Marshau r Walter Pidgeon in Death Takes a Holiday at 1 p m Marshall will narrate the macabre tory of a 3day visit of Death to earth where he assumes mortal uise and falls in love with a beautiful girl Danger whoVants to set up a Little Theater in Discovers Columbus on Mayor of the Town at p m Lionel Barrymore plays the title role U II J Paul Muni Anne Baxter and Otto Kruger are heard rlOllyWOOO at 915 p m in a radio adaptation of a new Mum picture Angel On My Shoulder the story of an exgangster returned rorn Hades to revenge himself on This Is Hollywood Hedda Hop per gives behindthescenes news of Hollywood during the broadcast Melchior Jack Benny SUNDAY SCHEDULE KGLQ Bible Broadcast Bible School Mrs Downing Speaking Worship Service Professor Downing Speaking Fellowship Dinner at Y M C A Livewires Downing Children to Take Part Young Peoples Meeting Mrs Downing and Miss Ruth Shaffer a fellow worker Speakers Farewell Service Professor Downing Downing Children Will Sing Rochester and Dennis Day are among the entertainers to be heard on the CBS Community Chest Fund program at Pm The gala show is presented in support of the 1946 National Community Chest SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS r c L jwl The Rev E 0 Davis pastor of the Nazarene Sunday ScnOOl church in Mason City speaks on Beginning to Live As a Christian on the Sunday School Lesson Preview at i a m Maryla Jonas is the N Y PhilharmomcSym 1 phony soloist at 2 p m in Beethoven s Piano oncerto No 1 in C Major Sharing program honors will be Manuel de Table in its American premiere Artur conducts the program which includes also Webers Eury anthe Overture Hour Of Charm featurePaacoliege medley reflecting the foot ball spirit The solo feature will be Evelyn and her magic violin in Hurbays gypsy fantasy HeJreKati Soprano Joanne sings The Shadow Song and contralto Gloria contributes Home On the Range p m Family Hour guest star at 4 p m is Jeanette MacDonald substituting for Patrice Munsel Miss MacDonald sings Gianina Mia and Liebe straumV1 Jack Smith offers South America Take It Away and Al Goodmans orchestra features Temptation One Mans Opinion will discuss the point that its the public which is penalized most when management labor relations result in strikes during his weekly commentary over KGLO at p m D Four members of the Mason City B P DUSineSS Women w club including Mrs Ward Hamilton and the Misses Loretta WelshAlma Partridge and Elizabeth Graves will present a discussion entitled Lets Work Together for a Better Community over KGLO at 1 p m Sunday Mayor H E Bruce is guest speaker The broadcast marks the opening of national business womens week Basil Rathbone Tito Guizar and Irving Berlin are guests in The Campbell Room Starring Hildegarde at 8 p m Paul Barons orchestra provides musical back ground for Hildegardes songs Eddies wellintentioned efforts to arrange a Eddie Bracken proxy marriage for Purine Pringle get him into trouble with his own 2 girls Connie and Barbara onthe Eddie Bracken Show at Two new songs for which Eddie wrote the fyrictlVm So Afraid and be featuredon the show lecturer Presbyterian Leader will be interviewed Monday Mr Higgenbottom is i church a former moderator of Presbyterian churches and president of I India in which country he has spent 2 years KGLOCBS bAILY 26 ESCAPE IN PLANE CRACKUP All 5 Aboard Killed in 2nd Plane Crash Alexandria Va Two plane crashes in a pea soup fog f miles apart Frjday midnight killed all 5 aboard an army bomber but spared 26 persons who crawled from the blazing wreckage of a big Eastern Air Lines DC4 The planes attempting to land under a 30foot ceiling struck within 40 minutes of each other in the scrub pine countryside near here a few miles south of Wash ington Eyewitnesses said the DC4 en route from Miami to New Yoork via Atlanta apparently hit a farmers lumber pile as the pilot groped blindlythrough the dense fog a landing The ship ca reened against a well house ripped into a 2300volt high ten sion power line crashed in a val ley and burst into flames Debris was strewn over half a mile of the wooded muddy terrain about 5 miles south of here It was incredible that anybody got out alive said one of the first persons to reach the scene The planes wings were ripped off and the cabin fuselage was burning furiously halfway down the hill Fart of a wing lay 1000 feet away on the hilltop One of the planes 4 motors was 500 feet off to the sidev Little pieces of steel were scattered all over the field One by one the stewardess Miss Betty Camera 26 of AUentown Pa checked off the 21 adultTpas sengers as they emerged from the escape hatch of the flaming fuse lage Then she shepherded them to the top of the hill for safety in case of an explosion Mrs Marvin Edwards of Sweet boro N J came out with her shoes torn off by the planes im pact but with her 10 months old son safe in her arms Yale Gridders to Get Com Fed Beef While SCMenGetHorsemeat Omaha A postseason botball game between Iowa State ollege and Yale to determine whether Yale men fed on Iowa eef are the equals of lowans fed n horse meat has been sug ested by H J Gramlich general gricultural agent of the Chicago nd Northwestern railway sys ems Gramlich said Thursday that Yale university had sent a rep esentative to the AkSarBen ivestock show here to purchase everal carloads of beef for the Yale football teams training table It was recently announced at Ames Iowa that horse meat would e served at the Cyclone train ng table Gramlich expressed amazement hat Iowa one of the richest farm areas in the world should be orced to place its native sons at owa State on horseflesh rations while Yale was able to import healthy fat cattle from Nebraska ilumply rounded out on Iowa Books are printed with black ink on white paper to give sharp contrast between the type and the background thereby it easier for the eye to carry on the task of reading NEWiST FROM BULGARIA Vernon L Stintzi came Wednesday morning from Washington D C for a weeks visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Forrest Stintzi He arrived in Washington Monday from Bul garia where he has been the past 2 years After visiting his wife in Texas he will go 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