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Episcopalians Refuse to Give Okay to Divorce San Francisco, (£")—The Episcopalian conservatives held a smash v Sg V n C l° r I Friday awinst attSXSs jL PU V he s ? al of the church's approval on divorce." rrJl 1 ^ h £ U ! e o£ de P"«es at the United States Episcopal church's triennial convention by overwhelming voice vote turned down the House of Bishops' attempt to liberalize the marriage canons. The convention ends Friday. The bishops proposed to allow a bishop to dissolve marriages for causes arising during wedlock as well as those now recognized arising before the nuptials. Acceptable causes range from fraud and duress to venereal disease. Firemen Save Kamish Home From Total Loss Manly — The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kamish, damaged by fire Thursday morning, was saved from complete destruction by the fire department and can be rebuilt, for occupancy without much difficulty. Members of the family are now occupying temporary quarters until it can be repaired. WURLITZER ORGAN Let Your Eyes and Ears Tell You the Difference . . . Wurlllzer Organs are built especially for worship purposes by former makers of world famous pipe organs. ANCE MUSIC CO. = EVERYTHING IN MUSIC ADVENTIST Seventh Day—1410 S. Delaware. Fred SchuHr, pastor. Dr. L. A. Bascom, elder. Services each Saturday. Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Radio program: "Prophecy In News," Sunday, 9:15, WHO. ALLIANCE Gospel Tabernacle—G16 N. Delaware. Lowell Young, pastor. Bible school. 9:45 a. m. Worship, 10:45 a. m. Message. "A Nervous Breakdown." Young People's Fellowship. Evangelistic service. 8 p. m. Message, "Life's Deceits." Women's Missionary Prayer band Wednesday, 2 p. m. Prayer, Praise and Bible study. Message: "The Bandscrvant." ASSEMBLY OF GOD Assembly Church—1615 Delaware N. E. 10:15 a. m. Children's church, 11:15 a. m. Worship hour, 11:15. Communion and missionary service. Christ Ambassadors, 0:45 p. in. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Tuesday, Ladles' Missionary band. 2 p. m. Tuesday, Men's Brotherhood prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday midweek, 8 p. m. BAPTIST First—9:30 a.' m.—Sunday school. Mrs. L. L. McGee, superintendent. 10:45 a. m., worship. The Rev. W. R. Yard, guest speaker, Iowa Falls. Choir will sing "Praise Ye the Lord" by C. Palmer. Men's trio consisting of Bob Buchanan, Bruce Chilson and Jerry Needham, will sing "I'll Be Somewhere List'ning" by Lango. Bruce Chilson, choirmaster; Jerry Bailey, or- ganiSjt, 7:45 p. m., Baptist Builders. Orel Nichols and Mrs. Hurschel O'Brien, leaders. St. John's—Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. B. T. U., 6:30 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. The Rev. L. C. Harris of St. Paul, guest speaker. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's—Sunday masses at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:30. The Very Rev. Patrick F. Malone, pastor; Father Alvin Heuring, assistant. Holy Family—Second St. N. W. Sunday masses at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Thj Very Rev. Msgr. A. J. Breen, the Rev. Vincent C. Merfeld and the Rev. John T. Reed. CHRISTIAN First—Adams at 4th N. W. R. L. Williams, minister; Helen Holbrook Dunn, organist; Prudence Clark, choir director. 9:30 a. m., Bible school. 10:30, worship and communion. Sermon. "The United Evangelistic Advance" by the Rev. R. L. Williams. Anthem. "My God and I" to be sung by choir. 5 p. m., CHI RHO Fellowship and CYF. CHI RHO leader will be Brian Birch. CYF leaders will be Jean Letts and Joe Code. 7:30 p. m., the Rev. R. L. Williams guest speaker at the Union Memorial church. Monday, 2 p. m. council executive board at church. Wednesday, 6:20 p. m.. church night fellowship dinner. Presentation of budget for 1950. Friday, 1 p. m., general council meeting, 7:30 p. m. beginning church school enlargement campaign. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND First Church of Christ, Scientist Washington Avenue and Third Street N. W. Lesson-Sermon Subject for October 9 "Are Sin, Disease, and Death Real?" Sunday Morning Service . . . 11 A. M. Sunday School for Pupils Under 20 Years of Age ... 11 A. M. Wednesday Testimonial Meeting ... 8 P. M. Nursery for small children open during Sunday morning service. Reading room in east wing of church building open daily, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. (except Sunday) Mason City's 10th City-Wide YOUTH for CHRIST RALLY! HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SUNDAY, OCT. 9 — 3 P. M. J. EDWIN HART.LL, Speaker VIOLIN AND PIANO ARTIST EUNICE BOHUE Vocal Soloist GLENISS OSBORN Marimba Soloist FREE WILL OFFERING St. John's Episcopal Church 1st St. N. E. at Pennsylvania Ave. The Rev. Arthur E. Pritchett, Rector A SERIES OF CHRIST CENTERED SERMONS L// October 9 —"The Happy Christ' October 16—'The Lonely Christ" October 23—"The Miraculous Christ" October 30—"The Friendly Christ" It is in Christ in whom all treasures are hid. Morning Prayer and Sermon—11 A. M. YOU ARE WELCOME CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament—Y. W. C. A. (Decker room)— Burden Wakeman, minister. 9:45, Bible school. Special musical number by the children's department. 10:45. worship and communion. Sermon: "The Cornerstone." 7:30, evening evangelistic service. Sermon: "Pass the Time of Your Sojourning in Fear." Wednesday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer meeting. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First—Washington at 3rd N. W. Sunday service. 11. Subject: "Arc Sin, Disease and Death Real?" Sunday school, 11, for pupils under '20. Wednesday evening meeting, 8. Reading room east wing of church. Week days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL First—Corner Delaware and First Mrs. J. B. Stinehart, organist. Mrs. B. Raymond Weston, choir director. Church school at 9:30 a. m. Public worship service at 10:45 a. m. Sermon by pastor: "No Apologies Needed." Organ numbers: "Ave Maria,". Liszt; "Sapphic Ode," Brahms; "Sortie in G," Hosmer. Pilgrim Fellowship at 6:15 In the youth chapel. Bob Richards, president. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, counselors. Anthem by choir, "Thee, God We Praise," by Tkach. COVENANT First—1056 Maple Drive; Roy E. Olson, pastor. 10 a. m., church Bible school. 11 a. m.. worship; message by the Rev. John C. Bengtson: "How to Be Sure and Right." The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Olson will sing ducts. 7:30 p. m., concluding service of the Gospel Crusade when the Rev. Mr. BengUon speaks on "The Great Invitation." The youth ensemble will play. Tuesday, 6:30 p. m.. Junior league. Thursday, 8 p. m. Midweek praise and prayer service. The discussion will continue on Jeremiah. EPISCOPAL St. John's—1st N. E. and Pennsylvania. The Rev. Arthur E. Pritchett, rector. 8 a. m.—The Holy Communion. 9:30 a. m. —Church school. 11 a. m.—Morning prayer and sermon. Sermon, "The Happy Christ." 11 a. m.—Nursery school. Organ prelude — 'SAlpine Fantasy," Flagler; "Charity," Rossini. Posthide—"Be Not Afraid," from "The Elijah," Mendelssohn. Vestry meeting Monday at 8 p. m., in Guild Hall. EVANGELICAL Grace—Fourteenth N. W. and Adams. F. W. Wendland, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Worship service, 11. Anthem by choir. Sermon by pastor. Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. Wilma Redeker, leader. GREEK ORTHODOX Tranflffuration—1401 Washington N. W. Father Ambrose G. Giannoukos. Vespers and confessions every Saturday evening at 7. Sunday Matins. 9:30. Solemn High Mass, 10:45. Holy days of Obligation Mass at 9:30. a. m. Catechism school, lower grades, Wednesday, 3:30 to 5:30; upper grades, Thursday, 4:30 to 5:30. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hull—1617 S. Federal. Sunday: Watchtower study, 7 p. m. Subject: "Emptying Hell." Thursday: Service meeting, 7:30 p. m. Theocratic Ministry. 8:45 p. m. LUTHERAN Bethlehem—Between 4th and 5th on Delaware N. E. At 8:30 a. m. Sunday school. At 9:30 a. m. the first service. At 10 a. m. the service goes on the air over KICM: "Bringing Christ to the Community." Senior choir sings: "Beautiful Savior." At 10 a. m. the 2nd service. Pastor's sermon: "Is Yours A God-Pleasing Attitude Toward Church Attendance?" At 11:30 a. m. and 3 p. m. the International Lutheran Hour; "Bringing Christ to the Nations." C. A. Hlnz, pastor. Central—329 East State. M. O. Lee, pastor. Sunday school 9:45; chief service It; sermon, "This Is the Day." The senior choir will sing. ImmanucI—5tli and South Jersey. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Divine worship 10:30 a. m. Sermon by Donald E. Johnson, Augustana Theological student. Rock Island, II!. St. James—6th S. E. and Massachusetts. Eric A. Biedermann, pastor. Rally day will be observed. Worship at 8;3I) and 11 a. in. "We Rally to the Word," will be tho pastor's sermon .subject. Sunday school nt 0:45 a. m. Good Samaritan Home dedication services 3 p. m. Adult membership clnss at 7 p. m. Sunday. Friendship society will meet at 8 p. m. Sunday. Visitation evangelism workers will meet Thursday, 8 p. m. Trinity—Sunday school, Calvary chapel, 1615 N. Delaware, £7 a. m. Sunday school, Trinity church, 508 South Pennsylvania, 9:45 a. in. KGLO sermon broadcast. 10:15 a. in. Morning worship, Palace theater, 11 a. m. Senior Luther league, 7:30 p. m. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor. METHODIST First—Lloyd A. Gustafson, D. D., minister, George A. Shells, associate. 9:30, church school; 10:45 worship (service and recognition of church school officers and teachers. Sermon: "The Place of the Church, Today," Doctor Gustafsoii. Anthem: "If With All Your Hearts," Mendelssohn, quartet. Violin solo: "Andon- tlno," Mnrtini-Kreisler, Mrs. Clarke; Mrs. Dodge will play: "Le Prophete," Meyerbeer; "Autumnal Beauty," Wolf; "Song Without Words," Engelmann, and "Festival March," Tollman. 5, Senior* MYF. Wesley—Pennsylvania at 14th S. E. Paul Arnold Peterson, D. D., minister. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, senior M. Y. F. 10:45 a. rn., worship. Doctor Peterson preaches: "Anonymous Christians." Anthem: "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes to the Hills." Harker. Mrs. Carlson, organist, "All Hail Thou Dwelling," Gounod, and "Allegro," Opus 76, Schumann. OPEN BIBLE First Church of the Open Bible—1702 Carolina S. E. Sunday schpol, 9:45 n. m.; morning worship, 11 a. m.; message by pastor, young peoples service, 7 p. m.; Evangelistic service, 8 p. m.; theme. "The Devil's Last Revival." Revival meetings continue next week, every night except Monday and Saturday at 8 p. m. Radio brocdcast for this Sunday only, 12:30 p. in. on radio station KICM. Pastor, the Rev. Elbert Dougherty. INTERDENOMINATIONAL Radio Chapel—Carl J. Scntman, pastor. Sunday, 9 a. m., Bible broadcast, KGLO; 10 a. m. Bible school; 11 a, m. Pastor Sentman brings message on "The Rapture;" 7, meetings for llvewlres, teenagers and young people; 8, Doctor J. Edwin Harllll, dean of the Northwestern Schools o£ Minneapolis, speaker. Special music at alt services, Thursday, 8 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible study. Daily Bible broadcast 9:30 a. m. KGLO. PRESBYTERIAN First—Washington at 9th N. W. Wilbur Frank Dierking, minister. Morning worship al 11. Sermon: "Laymen Are My Saints." The Westminster choir, under the direction oE Thomas Mitchell, will sing "Bless the Lord, O My Soul" by Ivanoff. Mrs. Grace Ehlers will play "Morning" by Ashford. "Reverie," Flagler, "Ave Maria" by Bach-Gounod, and "Postlude in G" by Clarke. Church school at 10 for junior department, junior high and senior high classes; at 11 far nursery, beginners and primary departments. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE <UG N. Delaware LOWELL L. YOUNG, Pastor 10:15 A. M. A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN 8:00 P. M. LIFE'S DECEITS TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 11 a. m. Palace Theater The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, Pastor A Coraial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. M. UNION GOSPEL MISSION MASON CITY SUNDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 9 BENNETT BRUHNS Special Guest Speaker Subject: St. John 3:16 You are Welcome! SUNDAY Chinese Are Beginning to Flee Canton By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chinese began fleeing from Canton Saturday as the front to the north showed signs of caving in under pressure of attacking red armies. Diplomats in Canton said they expected to hear Monday that the nationalist capital was being moved to Chungking. That was the wartime capital in western China. Kukong, anchor city only 125 miles north of Canton, was yielded without a fight. Hengyang, the nationalist base 2C5 miles to the north, appeared to have been abandoned. Press r e p 6 rt s said Gen. Pai Chung-Hsi, central front c o m- mander had quit Hengyang and would set up headquarters at Kweilin, capital of his native Kwangsi province. That was a hint he may leave Canton to its fate. His 200,000- man army is the best left to the nationalists on the Chinese mainland. The pro-communist newspaper Wen Wei Pao in Hong Kong said communist troops entered Heng- yang Friday afternoon. In the hour of Canton's ordeal, there was considerable diplomatic maneuvering. A well-informed commonwealth diplomat in London said Britain will recognize the newly-established Chinese communist regime in Peiping. India was expected to take a like step. Other commonwealth govern- menls might follow suit. Trade with China is a big factor. Halfway Point Reached on Bonus Checks DCS Moines, (/P)—Within a few days the stale bonus board will have paid out $45,030,401 to Iowa veterans of World war II. That is more than half of the $85,000,000 to be distributed. So far the payments have come out of $50,000,000 in state treasury surplus set aside by the 1949 legislature for part payment of the bonus. The first of 4 blocks of $8,750,000 in bonds was sold several weeks ago, and that money now is available. The 2nd block of bonds will be sold at another auction, to be held Nov. 2. Meanwhile, the board is driving hard to clean up its backlog. It now has cleared for payment 23,500 claims which had been held up for further investigation. The board also has reached the point where it is acknowledging claims as fast as they arrive. And further, it is putting the claims through the first step — giving them a screening—on receipt. Accept Plan for Rail Negotiation St. Louis, (/P)—Hope for ending the Missouri Pacific railroad strike rested in negotiations Saturday. Company and union officials accepted a plan Friday formulated by governors and other officials of 9 states through which the railroad runs. The strike began 4 weeks ago. Five thousand members of 4 operating brotherhoods struck over interpretation of rules. The interpretations involve 282 claims. Company and union representatives will begin negotiations immediately to dispose of as many claims as they can. They will attempt agreement 'on some way of settling any which are not disposed of through negotiations. To Seek Adjournment by Late Next Week Washington, (U.R)—Vice President Alben W. Barkley said Friday that congressional leaders plan to seek adjournment late next week—"by Saturday anyhow." Barkley disclosed the tentative plan for adjournment after a white house cabinet meeting. Wesley Methodist Church 10:45 Dr. Peterson Preaches: "ANONYMOUS CHRISTIANS" Chorus Choir: "I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes To The Hills," Harker Iowa Could Get $27 Million for Electricity Des Moines, (/P)—Iowa stands a chace of getting more than $27,000,000 in federal funds before next June 30 for the extension of electric power lines to farms. Earl Wisdom, executive secretary of the Iowa Rural Electric Co-operative association, said Saturday however this state is assured of getting only $3,958,747 of the amount. The money will come from the rural electrification adminsistra- tion. It will be in the form of loans for up to 35 years at 2 per cent interest. ' Private power companies are eligible for the loans, the same as rural electric co-operatives. "Wisdom explained that up to $23,400,000 additional could be made available for extension of Iowa power lines. He said there was no way to determine now how much Iowa will get beyond the $3,958,747. • REA has an appropriation 'of $350,000 for the current fiscal year, ending next June 30. It also has a $45,000,000 carryover from the last fiscal year. Further, the secretary of agriculture was given $14,000,000 for this fiscal year to use through REA. Under the law, half of the $350,000,000 must be allocated on the basis of the number of farms in each state which do not have electricity. On that basis Iowa is to get the $3,958,747. The other half is allocated at the discretion of REA, although not more than 10 per cent can go to any one state. Under that system Iowa could get $17,500,000. Shoots Self After Holding Police at Bay for One Hour Grand Rapids, Mich., (#>)—A demented war veteran shot himself Friday in front of his mother and wife after holding a .policeman and Psychiatrist at gunpoint for more than an hour. The gun wound was not immediately fatal. The veteran, Roger Kohlenberger, 32, was carried from an upstairs apartment on a stretcher. He had crept into an attic Friday morning and there a young psychiatrist and a police captain had attempted to talk him out of committing suicide. All the while Kohlenberger kept his German pistol trained on them. Kohlenberger was just about to come down from the attic when he suddenly turned the gun on himself. Larson Out to Rid State of Gambling Des Moines, (U.R)—Atty. Gen. Robert Larson said Saturday that "we are going to rid the state of gambling." Larson made the statement when asked whether a raid on the Stork club at Council Bluffs last Monday night and other recent raids reflected an intensified drive against gambling. He said he had been working for 2 years to "get gambling out of the state*' and expected to continue doing so. "Raids are going to continue as long as there is a slot machine around the have continually had discussions with county attorneys. Anytime I think a situation is getting out of hand, I take it up with the county attorney." "There are some counties, I am sure, which don't have a machine in them," the attorney general said. He said he didn't believe "there is much going on now" in Sioux City, where an attorney, Fred Free, recently charged that a "graft" ring was operating. Asked whether he ordered the Council Bluffs raid, Larson said only that he had talked with Pottawattamie County Attorney Don Jackson "several times" about the situation in his county.' He said he did not know whether the raid was a direct result of the conversations. Larson said he had advised 3 Escape Death in Plane Crash Burlington, (&) — Three young men from Burlington escaped serious injury Friday when the .plane in which they were riding, crash-landed in a tree. The 3 young men were Fred Garrett, 20% James Porker, 20 and Lloyd Stout, 19. They said the pontoon-equipped plane lost altitude soon after they took off on a pleasure hop. • Workers ,at a sawmill nearby helped the youths out of the tree and brought them to Burlington in a boat. The plane, owned by the Gully Flying Service of Nauvoo, 111., was badly wrecked. open to the public •< state," Larson said. "I ADMIT 41 TO BAR Des Moines, (/P) — Forty-one new attorneys have been admitted to the Iowa bar, out of a class of 45 which took examinations this week. Among those sworn in was Hugh Foster Bell of Ottumwa. Jackson to start injunction proceedings against the Stork club, but he did not know whether Jackson planned to do so. On the Radio Beam SATURDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS ABC—7:00 Chandu the Magician; 7:39 Gregory Hood; 8:00 T. B. A.; 8:.SO Hollywood By T.lne; 9:00 National Barn Dance; 0:30 Shamrock Hotel Bands. CBS—fl:!!0 Camel Caravan; 1:00 Gene • Autry Show; 7:30 Philip Marlowe; 8:00 Gang Busters; 8:30 Escape; 0:30 Sing It Again. MBS—7:00 Twenty Questions; 7:30 Take, a Number; 8:00 Meet Your Match; 8:30 Lombardo U. S. A.; 9:00 Chicago Theater of the Air. NBC—7:00 Hollywood Star Theater; 7:30 Truth or Consequences; 8:00 Your Hit Parade; 8:30 Dennis Day; b:UO Judy Canova; 9:30 Grand Ol« Opry. Winecoff Hotel to Be Rebuilt Atlanta, (U.R)—Plans for rebuilding the Winecoff hotel here, in which 119 persons died in a fire Dec. 7, 1946, were announced Saturday. T. W. Fox said the new hotel will be absolutely fireproof. In Fulton superior court Friday, an agreement was formalized under which some $300,000 in assets of the operating company will be turned over to receivers, to be allocated to relatives of the vic- time. Damage suits filed amount to some $7,000,000. RADIO CHAPEL 112 North Pennsylvania Ave. —SUNDAY SERVICES— 9:00 Bible Broadcast, KGLO 10:00 Bible School 11:00 Pastor Sentman brings message on "The Rapture" 7:00 Youth Meetings 8:00 Dr. J. Edwin Hartill, Dean of the Northwestern schools of Minneapolis, will be our guest speaker. —SPECIAL MUSIC— SUN DAY ^330 P.M. K.C. L.O. Good listening sport fans— listen to Herb Dykstra of those Northwood Vikings — and Warren Gaer of the Drake Bulldogs — also other sport dope and gossip. Report Red Troops May Leave Reich Berlin, (U.R)—Reports that soviet military authorities are preparing to withdraw Russian troops from Berlin as a gesture to the new communist-dominated east German state circulated throughout the city Saturday. These reports, neither confirmed nor denied by soviet authorities, said the Russian withdrawal was intended to display the "independence" of the new state, which is scheduled to establish its capital in Berlin. The Russians will evacuate the main Berlin kommandatura and hand the building over to the new state, the reports said. The kom- mandatura was headquarters of the 4-power allied control council before the Russians broke up the council. Western sources said however that any soviet withdrawal from the city would be without significance. The Russians easily could move back beyond the city limits-, without endangering thefv military position. The soviet zone surrounds Berlin. However, such a move would give soviet propagandists a powerful %veapon with which to make demands that western powers similarly withdraw their troops. HAS 103RD BIRTHDAY Des Moines, (/P)—Mrs. John T. Krueger celebrated her 103rd birthday anniversary Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. K. Roland. Born in Germany, Mrs. Krueger came to Des Moines 77 years ago. Revival Continues at CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 1702 Carolina Ave., S. E. with REV. L. MALM IN Norwegian Evangelist Every night at 8 p. m. except Monday and Saturday Come and enjoy the services! 4th Child in One Family Gets Polio Iowa City, (XP)—Sally Mosher, 21 months, 4th child of the Harold Mosher family, Hampton, has been admitted to University hospitals here with poliomyelitis. Her brothers and sisters, all brought to the hospitals this week, are Charles, 9, Emma, 7, and 6- month-old Dela. Saturday P.M. 5:00 Freddy Martin's Orch. 5:30 Bands for Bonds 5:15 Sports Hi-LIles 0:00 Hawaii Calls 6:30 Quck (quick) As A Flash (i:fl5 John B. Kennedy, News 7:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 Take A Number 8:00 Meet Your Match 8:30 Lombardoland, U. S. A. »:00 Chicago Theater of thr Air 10:00 News 10:15 1400 Club 10:55 News 11:00 1490 Club 11:30 Freddy Martin's Orch. 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Sunday A.M. 8:00 Elder Michaux B:30 Dixie Four Quartet 8:45 Healing Ministry of Christian Science 9:00 Sunday Strings !>:-!5 News 1(1:01) Bethlehem Lutheran Church 10:30 Melody Merry-go-round 11:00 College Choir 11:20 Lutheran Hour Sunday P.M. 1Z-.no News 12:15 Echoes of the Gay Nineties 32:30 Open Bible Church I2M5 World Series !!:00 HDUSC of Mystery 3:30 Martm Kane 4:00 The Shadow 4:30 Trtio Detective Myslerie* 5:00 Hoy Rogers 5:30 Nick Carter fi:00 Sport News 6:15 NCJ-'S 6:30 Th~ Saint 6:55 Johnny Desmond 7:00 Alexander's Mediation Board ' 7:30 Enchanted Hour 8:00 Sylvan Levin's Opera Concert 8:30 Sheilah Graham 8:4.1 Twin Views of the News 9:00 Finky Cnrr's Orchestra I):30 Don Wright Chorus 10:00 News 10:15 Lenny Herman's Orchestra 10:30 Art Waner's Orchestra 10:55 News 11:00 Orrin Tucker's Orchestra 31:30 Jack Finn's Orchestra 11:55 News 12:00 Sign Off Monday A.M. 8:00; Jerry Smith Show 6:30 Fnrm Frolic Time 6:40 News 0:45 Farm Frolic Time 7:00 News 7:15 Reveille Rhythms 7:45 Sport Scores 7:50 Reveille Rhythms 8:00 News 8 MR Tel! Your Neighbor R:30 Your Home Town 0:30 B. & B. Temperature Quiz 9:35 Mid-Morning Melodies 9:45 Do You Remember? Claude Morrison, 50, Decorah, 1(1:0(> ? oyer>s R "' b »" d has been transferred to the inactive case list. Works Both Ways BurHnKton, VI.. (U.R)-^Tohn J. Wright used a powerful blower to store 75 tons of chopped hay in his barn a couple of months ago. When his barn caught fire he reversed the blower and used it to pump the hay out and save it. 10:15 Your Morrlage 10:30 Against (ho Storm ]t:00 Knte Smith Spcnki 11:11! Church Notes or the Air 11:30 Noon New* 1 !:!.-> World Strict Monday P.M. NEW MILK RECORD Brampton, Ont., (U.R) — A new world production record was claimed Saturday for Lady Basi- lua, a pedigreed cow, which gave a total of almos't 140,000 pounds of milk and 90,000. pounds of fat in her first 10 lactation periods. Her owners are B. H. Bull and Son. Daily Schedule For KGLO + KGLO-FM .1:30 Itadin Fnrm Journal 4:00 Listen Ladles 4:li> Grain Reporter 4:'i'i Yonr Home Town 4:40 1490 Club !i:00 B. 13nr B Ranch G;.10 Tom Mix Saturday P.A4. 5:00 Parade' of Bands : 5:15 Boy Scouts 5:25 Safety Tips 5:3 Red Barber Sports Review, CBS 5:45 Time Was 6:00 News, P. G. & E. (Mlnshall) 6:15 Sports Camera 6:30 Vaughn Monroe, Camels, CBS 7:00 Gene Autry, Wrigley Guru, CBS 7:30 Grid Gallop 8:00 Syncopation Time 8:30 Escape, CBS 9:00 Sing It Again, CBS 0:30 Sing It Again, Arrid, CBS 9:45 Sing It Again, CBS 10:00 News. Vance Music Co. (Minshall) 10:15 Something Old—Something New 10:30 Tex Beneke Orchestra 11:00 News, CBS 11:05 Henry Jerome's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Ted Black's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News. CBS Sunday A.M. 7.00 News 7:15 Chariot Wheels 7:30 Sunday School Lesson Preview 8:00 News, CBS > 8:15 Chapel In the Sky 8:30 Lutheran Gospel Hour 9:00 Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel 9:30 Salt Lake City Chapel Choir, CBS 10:00 Bing Crosby 10:15 Trinity Lutheran Church program 10:30 Melody Parade 10:45 Guest Star 11:00 Sunday Souvenirs Sunday P.M. 12:00 Music For You, CBS 12:30 News, Milwaukee Road (Minshall) 12:45 One Man's Opinion, Mason City Globe-Gazette 1:00 The Wilson Hour, Wilson Packing Company 1:30 Errand of Mercy 1:45 Wayne King 2:00 Symphony Orch. CBS 3:30 Sports Review, Abel & Sou 3:45 News, P. G. & K. (Minshall) 4:00 Music for You, CBS 4:30 Symphoncttc, Lonjinc - \Vlttnauer Watch Co., CBS 5:00 Family Hour of Stars. Prudential Insurance Co., CBS 5:30 Onr Miss Brooks, Colgate, CBS 0:00 Jack Benny, Lucky Strike CffareU, CBS 6:30 Amos 'N' Andy, Lever Bros., CBS 7:OU Charlie McCarthy, Coca Cola, CBS ?:SO Red Skclton, Proctor & Gamble, CBS 8:00 Corliss Archer, Electric Companies, CBS 8:30 Horace Heldt, Philip Morris,- CBS 9:00 Contented Hour, Carnation, CBS 9:30 To Be Announced 10:00 News. First National Bank (Kew) 10:15 Here's to Veterans 10:30 Great Moments in Music 11:00 News. CBS 11:05 Ted Black's Orchestra. CBS 11:30 Nat Brand Wynne's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 News, CBS Monday A.M. C:00 News 6:05 Morning Rouser 6:30 Farm Reporter, State Brand Creameries, Inc. (Randolph) 6:45 News, Carroll Sales (Krw) 1:00 Rhythm Roundnp, Zen or Motors 7:15 On the Farm, Allis-Chalmers 7:30 News (Hilton) 7:35 Fun at Breakfest Sweetheart Bread 7:40 Sports. Scoreboard 7:45 Top of the Morning 8:00 Keep Time With Damons 8:15 Holsum Headlines, Ilolsom Bread (Hilton) 8:30 Yesterday's Music, Cool Spring Canning Co. 8:45 Ring Sings, Mason City Globe-Gazette 9:00 Today In Osage, Osiifre Merchants 0:30 Bible Broadcast, Radio Chapel D.-I5 Kitchen Club, Perfex 10:00 News Digest, Jacob G. Decker A Sons (Kew) 10:15 -Tater" Quiz, niland Potato Chips 10:30 Grand Slam, Wonder Bread, CHS 10:45 Boh Clausen Show, Crescent Electric Co. 11:00 Wendy Warren, General Foodi, CBS 11:15 Betsy Ross Serenade, Pfaff Baking Company 11:30 Romance of nclen Trent, American Home Products 11:13 Our 'Gal Sunday, American Home Products Monday P.M. 13:00 Today's Markets, Notrena 13:05 The Man on the Street, Prltchard Motor Co. 12:15 Noon Roundup, Curries 13:30 News, Lyons Laundry (Hilton) 12:45 Farm and Home Topic Time, St. Paul Livestock Market 1:00 The Second Mrs. Burton, General Foods, CBS 1:15 Home Town News (Pnlen) 1::10 This It Nora Drake, Toni Co., CBS 1:4!> Mystery Melody Game 2:00 Arthur Godfrey Time, Cheiterfleld Clgarets, CBS 2:30 Aunt Jenny, Lever Bros., CBS 2:45 Hilltop House, Miles Laboratories, CBS 3:00 Holsnm Headline* 3:05 The Old Philosopher 3:15 Bob Clausen Show 4:00 Arthur Godfrey Time, Goli Seal Wax, CBS 4:1* Arthur Godfrey Time, Nabisco, CRS 4:30 Arthur Godfrey Time, Spray Awave, CBS 4:45 KGLO Forum 4:55 World.Scries News and Scores Vaughn Monroe . . . (6:30 p.m.) Peggy Mann of radio theater fame shares vocal honors with Maestro Monroe and the Moon Maids. Gene Autry ... (7 p.m.) The singing cowboy introduces a brand new tune, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," during Melody Ranch. the funfest at Grid Gallop . . . (7:30 p.m.) A complete roundup of the day's football activity, with musical salutes to the winners. Sunday Highlights Sunday School . . . (7:30 p.m.") The new pastor of the Nazarene church, the Rev. Paul A. Madden talks on, "Righteousness and True "Worship." Russia's A-Bomb . . . (12:45 p.m.) The Globe- Gazette editor, in his "One Man's Opinion" commentary, ' discusses the problem posed by Russia's early development of the Atomic bomb. CBS Symphony ... (2 p.m.) The hour-and-a- half Sunday concert will be devoted to Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde" and "Die Goetterdaemer- ung." Ronald Col man ... (5 p.m.) The screen star re-creates the role of Peter Standish in "Berkeley Square" on "The Family Hour, of Stars." New Romance . . . (5:30 p.m.) In the absence of Mr. Boynton, her students decide Eve Arden should flirt with the new French teacher in "Our Miss Brooks." Bountiful Benny ... (6 p. m.) Jack, still suffering from a head injury,- goes on a spending-spree much to the consternation of the regular gang. Charlie McCarthy ... (7 p.m.) Dorothy Shay visits Charlie, but is more interested in Mortimer Snerd. Seems she has a hillbilly part for Mortimer in a Broadway play. Red Skefron . . . (7:30 p.m.) Red is still having a little trouble getting Junior, Clem and the rest of his friends to feel at home at CBS. Contented Hour ... (9 p.m.) The Carnation show makes its CBS debut a week late due to the tragic death of its star Buddy Clark last week. Margaret Whiting will appear on this Sunday's Show. KSMN 1000 WATTS 1010 DIAL Your first Choice in Daytime Listening Pleasure From 6:15a.m. to 5:30p.m. 12:15 P. M. SUNDAY NEWS Fred Rodas, Agent Sinclair Refining Co.

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