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Pastor's Installation Service to Be Sunday at Our Savior's The Rev. Joel Dobbe to Preach Sermon at Lutheran Church Here THE REV. JOEL DOBBE Pickup Lands Upright After Skid, Somersault West of Rock Falls A 1946 Dodge pickup truck, driven by Jack Craw, 16, route 2, Mason City, went out of control 2i miles west of Bock Falls Thursday afternoon, skidding 150 feet down the road, hitting an embankment, somersaulting and landed unright in a field, the .sheriff's office reported Friday. \ . Craw said he lost control on loose gravel when he swerved to miss a chicken and. thought he could ease the truck into the. ditch to stop it. He was brought to Park hospital by Bob Elwood, route 2, where he was treated for a broken leg. The truck belonged to Clemens Gorkowski, route 2, for whom Craw has been working. Craw was enroute to Mason City at the time of the mishap. . The left 'side. of the truck cab was caved in", and the grill smashed. Sand bags in the truck were thrown into the ditch and the wheel alignment sprung. Absolute zero—the point at which, theoretically, all molecular motion ceases—exists at 459.6 degrees below the Fahrenheit and 273.15 degrees below the centigrade zero point Installation services^ will be held at Our Saviour's" Lutheran church Sunday at 11 a. m. for the new pastor,-the Hev. Joel Dobbe with Doctor N. Astrup Larsen president of the Iowa district o. the Evangelical Lutheran church officiating at the ceremony. Mr. Dobbe will be in charge o. the service and will preach the sermon. His topic is "Christ Is the Answer." Mr. Dobbe was ordained into the ministry at Huxley, Iowa, on July 20. He is a graduate of Luther Theological seminary, in 'St Paul, Minn. He is at the present time setting up an extensive program o: "outreach" for his congregation He hopes by this program to considerably expand the size of his congregation. • . The new pastor is especially interested in young people. He will endeavor through, his Sunday school and Luther League to reach the youth of his area with the Christian gospel.! "The youth ofi America .need Christ and the church more than ever before if they ar.e to face the uncertain future with confidence and hope," he said. Besides the regular activities of the church, Mr. Dobbe 'pjans ;to set up a program of social activities for the young people in his district. This program he said "should be so designed as to occupy the leisure time o'f the teenager the year around, teach hint the fundamental principles of clean living and good sportsmanship, and develop in him a true Christian character." , The Rev. and Mrs. Dobbe live at 324 25th S. W. MONKEY When Finley Christian of Grinnell was in the South Pacific, he had a pet monkey, "Herman," but the navy wouldn't let him bring Herman home. Lonesome, Finley sent to Brazil recently fo~r another monkey. The new arrival, months old, has' 'been namec "Fiio"—after Finley's father ' and mother. Young America's first industrial enterprise, historians believe, was a crude glass furnace set up by eight Dutch and Polish glassmak- ers among the colonizers who landed in Jamestown, Va., in 1607. Notice to Customers We hove lost our lease 9 and will be temporarily closed. OPENING, SEPTEMBER 1st Our new location will be at the rear of 316 N. DELAWARE JONES WELDING & MACHINE CO. BOBBADLEY —Piano Soloist SUNDAY BAND SOLOISTS—The band will play its regular Sunday park at 8 with Henry-T. Paine directing. 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 Clear Lake; 6 Escape Serious Injuries Six p.ersons escaped injury when a car •. driven by Dick ,Scott, 66 llth N. E., struck the" rear of on driven by George Schneider, Les ter hotel, 2i miles east of Clear Lake, in iront of the J. H. Han ley farm, on highway 106 abou 11:30 p. m.,' Thursday, causing considerable damage to both ma chines, the sheriff's office reportec The accident occurred when Scott, attempted tc pass Schneide and caught the rear of the latter' auto. Schneider's car skidded fo 50 feet after he lost control plunged into a ditch and wounc up on the railroad tracks, according to the report. Riding with Scott were Freda Polansky and Harold Berry. With Schneider were Mrs. Helen Richards and son, Dickie, all of Mason City. All were treated for minor cuts and bruises. Dislikes Doodads Huntlngton, Infi., (U.PJ^-W h e n telephone line workmen trie: :o repair storm-damaged lines Robert Stanton, 80, pointed a shotgun at them because he hates 'newfangled things." .When the linemen started to climb the pole n front of Stanton's house he held them at bay and tried to saw down the pole. Recent reductions in the num- jer of TJV S. tenant farms have esulted from absorption of many mall farms into larger operations ,nd from the purchase of farms >y former tenants who have pros- iered. V-J Plans The Memorial at 4 p. completed, organizations B. Hook ceremonies. Joining the Auxiliary, and and War Bn. 133rd Mason Association, Knights Chamber City Commerce, Iowa The "The Star arranged sung by Commerce of Clayton •The Light changelsky; by Peter Soldier. Capt 2nd Bn. officer of Bruce will the Rev. of the be the Rev. Jordan Memorial prayer. A salute war n detachment from Companies F Kenneth Moon will be the Mason Capt. charge of loltz as Headquarters The )iano will fsnce lowers iemble's The V-J consists chairman, if the V. Arn)ld Tilton Commander American SAYS