Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette
CUT, Service Savior's Dobbe Sermon at Here will be Lutheran a. m. for the Joel Dobbe Astrup Larsen district o. Lutheran church ceremony. in charge o. preach the "Christ Is the ordained into Iowa, on of Luther in 'St time setting program o: congregation program to considerably size of his . especially interested people. He will his Sunday League to his area with America .need more than ar.e to face with confidence said. activities of Dobbe 'pjans ;to of social activities people in his he said as to occupy o'f the teenager teach hint principles of sportsmanship, BOBBADLEY —Piano Soloist DONNA SHARP —Vocal Soloist SUNDAY BAND SOLOISTS—The Mason City municipa band will play its regular Sunday evening concert in Easl park at 8 with Henry-T. Paine directing. Miss Donna Sharp will be vocal soloist and Bob* Bailey will offer a piano solo The complete program follows: .March—"St. Julien March,' Hughes. Overture—"Raymond," Thomas Piano .solo — "Concert Etude, MacDowell, played by Mr. Bai ley. ' Ballet—"Henry the VII," Sain Saens (4 parts). "Perpetuum Mobile"—Strauss. "Pacific Panorama"—Bennett. "Manhattan Serenade"—Alter, "Russian Sailors Dance"— Gliere: "Children's March"—Goldman Vocal sol °—" It>s a Good Day, sung by Miss Sharp. . March—"The Attorney Gener al," King. Rear End Crash Near V-J MEMORIAL RETREAT SUNDAY Plans Complete for ''• Observance in _Park The program for the first V- Memorial retreat in Central park at 4 p. m. Sunday has been completed, completed, with 18 military and civic organizations taking part, and H B. Hook acting as master of ceremonies. ceremonies. Joining in the ceremony will be the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary, the American Legion and Auxiliary, Rainbow Veterans and Auxiliary, Spanish American NEWS of RECORD Births Reported <A« Merer Hospital)—na«»ntCT te Mr IAI mem? nm»«»i/—•*-•.•—*« .- .— 4 Mn. Melferd Terkcbu, 1SZ4 renn "smt» Mr. and Mn. Earldoa Blur. 171 Pennsylvania N. B.. Thtrsiajr. D.nrhter to Mr. and Mn. Goal Sch.ll,. lint «k S. W.. Th«ra«ay. S.n t> Mr. and Mn. Morris B. Bender son, Clarion, Tnnrtday. Dittrhter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gerits, 838 Fillraere N. W., Tt«Hd»r. Realty Transfers Jacob Derenkami, to Jvfcn and Annie Kenen. Jl. ten., $1 (Wn) L. 1. 3. 4'In Blk. »: L. 7, 8, », and 10 and S. V of L. 11. Btk. St. all In MeMrrejr, I«wa. 7-11-47 Fetra M Ely to Olfa I. Sanobo. S (WD). L. 1, Z, and E. 6' of L. 3. Blk. K M. ant 1. A. Tattle's Znd Add, C. L e-iO-47. ' F. C. Lovell to Frank A. and Edna E Newrllle. jl. ten., »1 <WD), 1. 7, Blk. 18. Collere Add. to M.C.I. S-S-«. Ckarles Eniels «• Edward Enreli. t (WD). I,. 8. Bit 4. Klrtland Add. t» Boekwell. 8-S-47. Sten Olson to Leonard H. JUid. J (WD). Part «t L. 4 In Auditor's plat in NW 14, 8-9«-JO. 6-8-47. . Arthur. J. < and Velna G. Bracken ti Everest A. and Jeanne 8. Huffman, Ji. ten.. $1 (WD) L. 10. Blk: M, Andlter 1 ! It-M-If. 8-8-47. Fires Reported Firemen were called t* 3060 Carolina N. E. at 12:07 p. m., Thursday where a spark from an Incinerator >et a coal shed on fire. Firemen were called to the 100 nloek on 4th S. W., at 12:4: p. m. Thursday where'- a telephone pole was burnlni;. Firemen w*ce called to the Park Inn 15 W: State, at 1:48 a. m., Friday wnen a elcaret set clothing; and bed afire. Police Court Overtime Parking—John Cathonn, tS8 3rd S. E.I Beck Broi.. 11W S. Federal Robert Stoylej, 123 lit S. E.; Carl WoUt 122* Kentucky S. E.i B. L. MeConnell 10« N. Federal; W. D. Lindsay, loos Del aware N. E.. and Robert Maeket. OS S Federal, each forfeited It bond for over time parklnt. ' •OAKP AND HOVOrV JdPSE HINDU DID HE KOPECKY BAND Arranges for Sunda)r, '. Clear programs have Sunday afternoon Director John follows: ; Sunday March, St. Clair. Overture, F. von Suppe. Selection.