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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa hampons A Beautiful Full Color Picture of the Chicago Cubs National League Baseball Champions pedal Separate Supplement Readyfot Fmuunqf FREE with Tomorrows Chicago Sunday Tribune TTH the National League baseball pennant cinched Chicagos mighty Cobs are rarin to go in the big World Series everybody throughout the middle west is pulling for them to win As a special souvenir the Chicago Tribune will give away Tomorrow a large size FULL COLOR picture of the complete Cub baseball team National League champions A magnificent picture A SPECIAL SEPARATE SUPPLEMENT Printed on 80pound superfine paper Ready for framing Shows all the popular players Here is a wonderful memento of this years base hall season It is a valuable keeping This beautiful picture in full colors given free with every copy of Tomorrows Chicago Sunday Tribune will cause an enormous demand To be sure of get ting your copy order your Chicago Sunday Tribune in advance from vour newsdealer FREE with Chicago THE WORLDS GREATIST NEWSPAPER r MASON CITY NEWS AGENCY so Commercial Avc Wholesale Distributor Chicago Tribune FIVE GOLDENTEXT Behold at the Local Churches Phono SSI Alliance NortU Dela ware school 2 p m Preaching service 3 p m The pas tor will speak on Gifts of the Spirit Young peoples meeting 7 p m Evening service 8 p m G F McKnlght will speak Prayer meet ing Tuesday 8 p A Schmidt pastor BAPTIST FirstsState and Pennsylvania worship opens at with the organ prelude being played by Mra J E Stinehart The chorus choir will sing tho anthem under the direction of Miss Lucille Long The sermon will be delivered by the pastor Church school with classes at In charge of Mrs C JU Marston At the young peox pie will meet in the chapel room of the church for their program of study and devotions under the lead ership of Miss Cora Repp Evening church service at Special mu sic by the young peoples choir and the singing of familiar tunes by the congregation will precede the evan gelistic sermon by the pastor Mid week service at Wednesday Jewell L Plckett pastor CATHOLIC Holy at 7 S 9 and oclock Sunday morning The Rev Richard P Murphy pas to St at 6 8 and 10 oclock Sunday morning Beriedic iion at 3 p Rev Dean S OConnor Father Krleger assist ant CHRISTIAN Church of Christ Adams pnd Fourth northwest Bible schooJ Church service begins relude Meditation Voght Offer tory in A flat Batiste The chorus will sing Fear Thou Not by R H iVoodman Following the comnum on the sermon will be A General kttsconception Corrected No evtn service during Stowe minister CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Sciential and Third stroet services 11 a m Subject Matter Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Weed d ays a m to 9 p m except Wednesdays vhen it closes at 7 p m CONGREGATIONAL school Worship 1 Boy Scouts Tuesday evening Energetic class Thursday The morning worship will open at 11 oclock by an organ selection by tfrs Ehlers Festival Prelude 3udly Buck Anthem Praise the Horton Solo Mrs Maudsley These Are They Gaul Dr Dibble will preach on Sacrcdness of Indi L Dibble min ister EPISCOPAL St Communion a m A large percentage of the pu ylls of the church school have re turned to their class work after the vacation period The church school opens at Morning prayer and worship at11 oclock Mrs Don Wells is to be the soloist The Man date of Christianity will be the rectors sermon Burnett Whitenead pastor EVANGELICAL Grace Corner Fourteenth and Adama northwest The Sunday school will meet at 10 a m Morn ing worship at 11 There will be n baptismal service The sermon will be the second in the series on The Prayer Life of Jesus The topjc which the pastor will use is Jesus Praying All Night in the moun tain The junior E TJ C E meets at p m and the senior E L C E at 7 The closing service of the special services will be at The Rev Mr Pfaltzgraff will preach on the subject The Serpent in the Garden of Eden Rally day has been set for Sunday Sept P W Pfaltzgraff pastor LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a m graded Sunday school and Bible class 10 a m English service Sermon topic The Scripture Doc trine of Joh 34 11 a m German service For the afternoon the congregation has been invited to join the Richland Lutheran congre gation at Thornton in its corner stone laying service beginning at The pastor will deliver the ser mon Tuesday evening the Ladiea Aid will meet at the home of Mrs John Speaker Elm Drive Friday evening the Sunday school teachera meet at the parsonage Saturday morning at 9 confirmation instruc tion Saturday morning beginning a1 10 oclock the Willing Workers will hold a bake sale in the lobby of A Hlnz pastor Centralestate and Connecticut Sunday school and Bible class a m Morning worship at 11 Sor mon topic Outrunning Simon Peter Prelude The Lost Chord Sullivan Anthem The Shepherds Psalm Ashford Offertory But the Lord is Mindful Mendelssohn Postlude Cujus Amman Rossini Luther league devotional service at p m Topic Plans for tho Year Leader Mrs A O Soholm Ladies Guild meets Wednesday at j p m Mrs F E Rcishus and Mrs E W Schilling will entertain Federated brotherhoods of Cerrn Gordo county will be entertained at our church Thursday at 8 p m The ladles are invited to attend thin meeting Choir rehearsal Friday at p O Soholm pastor ImmanucI Fifth and Jersey southeast Sunday school and Bible class at Mrs Henry Herfindahl superintendent Morning worship at The sermon topic will be Gods Will in Relation to ihrlstiah Liberty Anthem by the choir Evening service at 8 Sermon opic Who Did Hinder Special music Orchestra rehearsal Monday evening at 8 Choir Tues day evening at Meeting of Porcas society is postponed imlil I send myx messenger and he shall prepare the way before FOG NAVIGATION MAY BE HELPED English Inventor Says New Device Will Be Aid to Shipping LONDON Sept 21 gation in fog may be solved thru au invention recently demonstrated by John L Baird Inventor of television Baird calls his new instrument the Noctovisor and claims that a ship fitted with tha apparatus could pick up the navigating or masthead light of a ship in even the thickest blanket of fog Tho first public test of the Noc tovisor was carried out inland on a dark night but without any fog Tho Instrument was located on top of a hill and a single headlight of a motorcar was lighted some three milea away Thelight was left burn Ing but was entirely hidden by a sheet of ebonite which Baird claims Is the best artificial substitute for fog Tho Noctovisor then went to work on an absolutely dark scone huntingfor the one light obscured by the artificial fog The rays of tbo machine swept the valley several times and finiUIy the flash of a bril liant orange light on a disc insldo the apparatus indicated that the motor headlight had been picked up The exact distance and position of the invisible light was accurately determined The Importance of the whols thing Baird said iq that what we have done can be done on the bridge of any ship in the densest fog MALACHI FORETELLS A NEW DAY Thursday of next week Opening aumLuriuin w i service of the fifteenth anniversary superintendent in charge of the congregation Thursday eve ning at The sermon Christ and His Church will be by the Rev G A Herbert of Milwaukee Wis a former pastor this church Vocal solo by Paul Gustafson violin duet by Henry Herfindahl and Oscar OGreen and anthem by the choir OnFriday evening at the Rev O A Elmquist of Swedesburg lowu will preach on Putting God First in Daily Life Music by church or chestra and mixed quartetClarinet solo by Earl Lane violin number oy Oscar OGreen and Herman Isaac son Confirmation class Saturday at T Erholm pastor Our Saviors worship 9 Sermon theme Moving Forward Sunday school 10 Con firmation class Tuesday evening 7 O TJrness pastor St Sixth street south east Graded Sunday school 9 a in Ella Woisnak superintendent American services at 10 a m Text Hebrews 116 German services at 11 a m Text Ejhesians 416 Spe cial music Confirmation class meets Saturday at 10 a m in the church E G Mall pastor Trinity South Penn sylvania avenue Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock J I Wik superintendent Morning worship at ocloclr Gospel Luke Christian Lib erty Duet Living for Jesus by Mrs M Christian and Mrs Wig dahl Anthem by choir If With All Your Hearts Ye Truly Seek Me Mendelssohn Flifte solo by Ijig Hanson On Wings of Song Men dellssohn Evening worship at oclock EpisUo Ephesians Christian Unity Solo Me to Pray Jcwitt by Mrs O L N Wigdahl Monday Daughters of th3 Reformation entertained by Mr and Mrs Antonius Jensen 522 Tenth street northeast at oclock Tuesday Sunday school teachers meeting at the church at oclock Wednesday Trinity Ladies Aid and buffet supper at the church at oclock Choir rehearsal at oclock Friday general Ladies Aid at the church parlors at oclock Hostesses Mrs J S Car man Mrs I O Hegg and Mrs An tonius Jensen Boy Scouts at p m Saturday confirmation class at 9 oclock pastor METHODIST Clarks class for men Jn the courthouse Orphean orchestra directed by H C Brown will give 30 minute concert Sunday school session all classes meeting in church with exception of Queen Esthers which meet in P G Oliver L N Wigdahl The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Health and Beauty The best methods of care for ones personal appearance so as to nid nature in healthful de velopment of every natural charm have been compiled in booklet form by our Washington information bureau It tells how to care for the hair eyes teeth hands face and figure and how poise and per sonality may be developed to as sist nature in presenting feminine beauty to best advantage A copy is ready for every reader at postage and handling cost Use the coupon Frederic J Hnsliin Director Tho GlolicGazcUn Information Bnrenir Washington D C I Inclose herewith B ronts in coin or stamps for i copy of tho hooklct BEAUTY HINTS Name Strcot CilV and E auditorium W P Butler superintendent in charge Junior church in auditorium undet supervision of Mrs W C Evans The choir will sing Dear to the Heart of the Shepherd The pastor willpreach worship pastor will have re conference and be in service Tho turned from the pulpit Mra Patchen will play the following organ numbers Prel ude Rogers Largo from New Worlds Post lude Templars March Frysingcr The anthem will be The Golden Sun Is Setting Woodcock The Epworth leagues will meet At the Wesley league Hale Everts will talk on Why the Young People Do Not Stayfor Morning Service The Asbury league will have a Poetry Appreciation Service as third in series of lessons on Learning to Live service The pastor will preach The double quar tet will sing Thanks Be to God Dickinson and the offertory hymn 1 Need Thee Every Hour Mrs Patchen will play Idyl Gillett and Postlude by H Spence Union street and North Carolina avenue Morn ing worship at 11 oclock The pas tor will preach using for his subject The Doom or Wrong Text Matt Mrs Eldist Walls will pre side at the piano Church school at p m Mrs M M Brewton su perintendent Mrs S W Stratton superintendent of junior depart ment At the close of the study per iod of the junior department the pastor will give a five minute ser mon to the juniors Subject Face Strings or How to Grow Beautiful Text Jer Evening worship at 8 oclock The pastor will preach us ing as hts subject Gods Request and Satans Propositions Text Exod Mrs H O Marshall will ive a solo preceding the sermon This being the annual Southwestern Christian Advocate Day at the close of the morning worship Mrs J C McGinty will read a We Should Read the paper Why Southwestern Christian Advocate Following the reading of this paper the secretary oC good literature Mrs S W Strat ton will receive subscriptions to the Southwestern including new aa well praise service Wednesday evening at 8 oclock the Rev P L Scott lead C McGinty pastor State and Rock Glen German service at 9 a m Sunday school at 10 a m Carl Grupp su perintendent English service at H a m and Epworth league at 7 p H Kohler minister 1RESB VTERIAN East worship ut 10 This will be the regular obser vance the Lords Supper The Rev George K Davles of First Church will officiate at this service Church school at 11 oclock There will be no evening W Peyton supply minister day Sunday in all services a m rally day church school program directed by Norvat Fels superintendent 11 a m morn ing worship Sermon subject God as First Principle The quartet will sing and Mrs Alice Sloan will sing The Lord is My Shepherd by Liddle Mrs Woodward will play Largo as arranged by Salvido Dawn by Roberts and March by Rockwell 2 p m Junior En deavor Subject Our Animrl Friends Leader Hans p m Young Peoples society Subject Working With Other Groups Leader Maynard Peterson In the evening service at p m the pastor will discuss the third teaching of Christ Monday the Guild meets with Mrs at 8 p m Tuesday p m Boy Scouts Wednesday prayer meeting at p m Thursday housewarm ing for members and friends of K Davics min ister MISCELLANEOUS Central Sunday school and Bible class at a m at Central Heights chapel Church of ices in the Hope Mission Sixth street and Monroe avenue south west Sunday School at next Sunday instead of 10 oclock A re turned missionary will speak Preaching services at a m Young peoples meeting at p m Preaching at p m Bible study Wednesday evening Cottage prayer meeting Friday evening D Wiggins pastor Poise is the quality that keeps you from howling dismally while trotting behind the wife with a load new ia vveu uumuu me wire a IOJ ns renewals Midweek prayer and of Review McCALL PRINTED PATTERN Theres No Magic About It Theres no nccromanry or legerdemain about a McCall Printed Pattern You can rnalte it swiftly and accurately hocansc it leads you every step of the clear printed instructions Such care inevitably results In a well fitting goodlooking frock a frock of which youll be proud DAMONIGOU CO ;