Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 21
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Patients Recover Joice — Mrs. Kundt Tweed and Mrs. J. H. Bang, both of whom submitted to surgery at the Mercy hospital, have been released. Mrs. Tweed is staying at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Latch at Clear Lake and Mrs. Bang is at her home in Joice. Both are making recoveries. Glass to Give Play Meservey —The junior class play, "Years Ago," will be held Friday at 8 p. m. at the Meservey school gymnasium. AIRLINES NEED ... unmarried young women for glamorous positions as Reservation- ists, Communicationist* or Hosteste*. At least High School Graduates; age* 171/2 to 30. Nationwide placement service to graduates. Find out if you can qualify. For Full Information—Maty Coupon P Mitral Qphnnk ° 18 Syndicate Bids- ^eilirdl OCnOOlS lllnneapolls. Minn. t would like complete information about Airline opportunities. Nam* Age „ Addrct* _ ...Phone ~ City „ _ , .Sute Education MPMCGID Observance of Jewish Events Are Planned Tabernacle Festival Starts Friday Eve Sukkoth, or the festival of the tabernacles with the annexed holidays of Shemini Atsereth and Simhath Torah, will be observed by the Jewish people from Friday evening, Oct. 7, to Sunday night, Oct. 16. In Biblical times the festival marked the harvest time when the autumn fruits were gathered in Israel. Sukkoth therefore is a feast of happiness, gratitude and continued trust in God which is symbolically expressed by the erection of small booths. The history of this observance may be traced back to the days when the people of Israel dwelt in tents in the wilderness arid yet by their faith in God, felt themselves Secure iron-, the hazards and perils of pillaging nomads and beasts of prey. In a like manner Israelites in modern days re-affirm their re- ligious devotion by leaving the safety of their houses and assembling for 8 days in the frail little huts for meals and thanksgiving prayers. Another symbol of the holiday is the festive cluster consisting of the palm branch and the citron representing beauty and usefulness combined with the humble myrtle and willow, thereby showing the way of understanding a n d co-operation between all elements and groups of mankind as required for a constructive and continuous advance in human civilization. The series of the Jewish autumn festivals concludes with Simhath Torah on which the cycle of the we e k 1 y scriptural readings is completed and begun again and the scroll is carried around the altar in 7 solemn circuits to express rejoicing over the law. Services at the Adath Israel synagog will be held on Friday evening, Oct. 7, at 5:30 p. m., and on Saturday evening, Oct. 8, at 6 p. m. Morning services on Saturday and Sunday will commence at 9:30 a. m. On Friday, Oct. 14, evening services will be held at 5:20 and on Saturday evening, Oct. 15, at 6. Morning services for the clays of^ Oct. 15 and 1(5, will start at 9:30 a. m. and memorial services will be conducted on Saturday, Oct. 15, in the morning. Charles City Briefs Lullaby Time is celebrating its ! first birthday Monday with -j din- I ner at the St. Charles hotel lit 6:30' p. m. The birthday committee in- eludes Mrs. Raymond Havoy, Mrs. I Hilary Keit'er and Mrs. Paul Lock- | ie. Members are reminded by Mrs. Louis Gilmer to get reservations in early by calling 810 or 1638-J by Saturday afternoon. District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Monday issued a marriage license to liarland R. Butters, 24, of Osage, and Donnabellc Egan, 18, of Charles City. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital Monday included a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vetter of Nashua and a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers of Greene. J. Knudsen Halkjar of Tim, Denmark, is visiting at the home of his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christensen, 1321 Missouri avenue. Halkjar, 86, arrived in Charles City Saturday and will also visit with relatives in Chicago. The last time lie visited in Charles City was 26 years ago. Bonds Sold for Memorial Hall Garner—The parleton D. Beh company of DCS Moin'es was the successful bidder at the sale of £50,000 in liberty memorial bonds sold by the town of Garner at the city hall Tuesday afternoon. The firm's bid for the issue was 2] per cent plus a premium of $490. The money will be used to erect and equip a memorial community building in Garner. Five bidders were present at the sale. The project is sponsored by the Garner post of the American Legion assisted by various other community and civic organizations and agencies. Approximately $45,000 was raised for the venture by popular subscription. Marks Birthday Joicb — Mrs. Allen Gilbertson, local resident, celebrated her 81st birthday Monday. Relatives and friends called throughout the day, but the best surprise was a visit from her brother, Ed Hanson, 72, from Hollandale, Wis., who stopped on his way home from Mankato, Minn., where he had been visit- ins'. Mason City GIob(-G»ieUe,Mnon City, I». Oct. 5, 1949 102 South Federal Phone 860 •**-"->>.., FURNISH BY THE ROOM These handsome COMPLETE room outfits are great Values at Words regular low prices—fake advantage of these special reduced prices NOW and save evert more! Every piece has been carefully chosen to give you maximum beauty, comfort and ufilify for every dollar you pay! SAVE $35! 6 PC. LIVING ROOM OUTFIT! 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