Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 17
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Doctor Brown in 3 Talks Here Thursday Doctor Sterling W. Brown, general director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews of New York, will speak 3 times in Mason City on Thursday as follows: At 11 a. m., junior college; 12 noon,-Kiwanis club at Hotel Hanford; 6:20 p. m., Christian church fellowship dinner. Doctor Brown has recently returned from 2 years as adviser on religious affairs to the U. S. military government in Germany. The theme of his talks will be "Balance Sheet on Occupation of Germany." Doctor Brown is appearing in Mason City through the courtesy of the lowa-Tri Cities region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, directed by the Rev. I. E. Metcalf. Offices of the region of N. C. C. J. are in Des Moines. CROP Goal Set Decorah—A county goal of five carloads of corn has been accepted by the local CROP committee, and the collection campaign has been set for November 6 to 13. 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Payments to suit your budget. DUO-THERM FUEL OIL HEATERS JYLER-RYAN Furniture Company Covenant Is ! Planning for New Crusade The first part of the gospel crusade of the First Covenant church, 1056 Maple drive, will be participation in a nationwide rally in the Mission Covenant churches during October, according to the Rev. Roy E. Olson. During this month the churches will make an earnest attempt to increase the attendance and enrollment in their Sunday Bible schools. An effort also will be made to awaken interest in spiritual growth and regular attendance at all services and activities. High Goal Last year the Bible school at the First Covenant church was the only Bible school in the Iowa Covenant conference to receive the highest award of a gold seal certificate. To attain the same distinction this year 5 goals must be arrived at namely: (1) Home visitation by the teachers. (2) A teacher training course must be held. (3) A parent - teacher meeting must be held. (4) The average attendance must be 70 per cent. (5) The enrollment must be increased by 10 per cent. At present the Bible school is in the midst of a contest, the winner of which will be awarded a copy of Warner Sallman's painting, "The Head of Christ." The second part of the First Covenant church's gospel crusade will be a series of meetings in the form of a preaching mission, starting Thursday. To Be Speaker The Rev. John C. Bengtson, pastor of the Mission Covenant church at Albert City, Iowa, and also chairman of the Mission Covenant conference of Iowa, will be the speake:-. Thursday at 2 p. m. Mr. Bengtson will speak at -a missionary meeting of the Ladies Aid Auxiliary on "Is It Well-" At 7:30 p. m. he .will speak on "The Way of Power." Friday evening the message is "A Stupendous Challenge." t Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Mr. Bengtson will speak on "How to Be Sure and Right." The final meeting will be at 7:30 p. m. Sunday on "The Great Invitation." Former lowan Writes Poems West Union—Poems written by Mrs. Kay Goines, the former Ednah Mae Kamm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Balz Kamm, West Union, will be published weekly in the Sentinel-Journal, at Hanford, Cal. She is vice principal and kindergarten teacher at Roosevelt school there. Mrs. Goines was graduated from West Union high school in 1939, and attended Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and the University of Minnesota at Minneap- olis. In addition to her literary talent, she also is an accomplished cellist, and played in mid-western symphony groups under the direction of such conductors as Howard Hanson, director of the Eastman School of Music at Rochester, N. ! Y. During the war she worked for the FBI at Washington, D. C. Three years ago she went to Hanford from Davenport and began teaching at the Roosevelt school. Besides, for 2 years, she taught English to the foreign-born at Hanford evening high school. "I try to write timely, human interest lines," Mrs. Goines said of her writing. She is currently writing narrative poetry and juvenile books. Co-Op Inserninators Service 3,000 Cows Decorah—More than 3,000 cows, owned by the 600 or more members of Winneshiek breeders' cooperative, have been serviced, according to Don Seitz and Stanley Ellingson, association insernina- tors, and the number is expected to reach 4,000 before the close of the year. Fred Luzum, Calmar, association secretary, states service is now being extended to beef breeds, a number of Angus breeders having joined the association. Dairy breeds that have been serviced are Holstein, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, Jersey, /rnlking Shorthorn and Ayrshire, The ancient Greek physician, Pedanius Dioscorides, recommended dried rose leaves in wine for headaches, pains in the eyes, ears and gums. 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