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FOURTEEN BETHLEHEM HAS ' LARGE PROGRAM To Be Given Christmas Ev at 7:30 by Sunday School. The following Christmas prograr will be given by the children of th Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday schoo on Christmas evening beginning a 7:30. The various parts ol the pro gram will be announced by Glady Schmidt. Following is the program: "O Come Little Children," Sunday .school; prayer, the Rev. C. A. Hinz "A Christmas Message," the pastor Christmas! greetings, Jean Sleeper songs, primary and chart classes "O Christmas Tree;" recitation "Come Children All With One Ac cord," Lydia Heimbuch; recitation "Happy Christmas," Lu Verne Aves recitation, "Christmas Day" Rosi Legler, George Alt and Verna Groh recitation, "We are Only Little Chil dren,"' Elton Rosenberger anc George Romig; introduction of pro gram, Gladys Schmidt, leader song hy Sunday school, "Let Vf, Welcome Our Christmas Whenever It Cornea." Give Recitations. Part bne—With the Gospel writer MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GIVE SILK HOSIERY This Year PAIR 59c KINNEY'S 17 S. Federal Mason City to Rome. Responsive reading by Robert Speaker and Robert Schnied er and recitation, "The Decree o Caesar Augustus" by Anna Groh. Part two—With Joseph and Marj to Bethlehem. Recitation, "How fa to Bethlehem," Katherine Fischer recitation, "O Little Bethlehem,' Edna Lofing; responsive reading Sam Borger and Victor Legler; rec itation, "No Room in the Inn," Har old McKee; recitation, "The Won drous Story," Carl and Melvin Groh recitation, "Star of Bethlehem,' Rachel Romig 1 and Marie Schott recitation, "The Blessed Morn,' Elaine Laskuvic; recitation, "Jesus Savior Come to Me," Jean LoJing song, "O Little Town of Bethlehem' by senior classes. Part three—With the angels to the field. Responsive reading by Ar lene Alt, Frances Lofing and Georgians Clabaugh; recitation "The Pretty Star," Frederick Hinz recitation, "Unto You Is Born This Day a Savior," Esther Groh, Marie Groh, Victor Groh and Harold Schott; recitation, "Long Ago in Old Judea," David Weitzel, Jake Eberhard and Henry Weitzel; recitation, "Greetings to the Angels," Emma Heimbuch; recitation, "Lo, God Our God' Has Come," Ernesr Alt, John Rosenberger and Henry Romig; recitation, "The Holy Shrine" by LaVonne Aves; recitation, "Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices," Grace Ladwig; recitation "Glory in the Highest," Janette Pierce; song, junior girls' choir, "The Shepherd and the Angels." Depict Manger Scene. Part fo~ur—With the shepherds to the manger. Responsive reading by Arlene Kennedy and Marie Speaker; recitation, "Come, Kneel by the Mang-er," Robert Tanner; recitation, 'See There In a Manger," Omie Weitzel; recitation, "Long Years Ago," Junior Eberhnrdt; recitation, 'Holy Babe," Delbert McKee; song, 'Oh How Joyfully," junior class; song, "Beside a Manger Lowly," Fake Legler; song, "Oh, Dearest tesus," Deloris . Speaker; song, 'Come to the Manger," by Irene jyons; song. "All My Heart This Might Rejoices," Doris Garvey; ong, "In a Manger," Madeline Hin«1; song by Sunday school, "Silent Might." Part five—Christmas today. Reci- ation, "Christmas Tidings" Rosa Heimbuch; recitation, "From Heavr n Above," Violet Kennedy; recita- ion, "Come Hither Ye Faithful," y intermediate class; recitation, Christmas Bells," by Rose Groh; ecitation, "The Joy of Christmas," Presley O'Gren; recitation, "Remember the Poor and Lonely," Lawence Tanner; recitation, "Give Iheerfully" Mollie Romig; recita- on, "If Jesus Had Not Come," by auline Groh; recitation, "Christ- las Everywhere" by Esther chneider; song, Sunday school, Good Night! God's Own Good •fight to You;" benediction, Mr. linz, and distribution of treats. F AKTOR'S BAKERI7 Home Baked Goods | • : 1 • Fresh Every Day 331 South Federal Phone 222 • ASSOCIATED OFFICES SHEPARD ABSTRACT CO. (Established 18T7) Reliable Abstracts, Titles examined and perfected. Shepard Farm (and City) Loans First Mortgage Loans on North Iowa farms and Mason City residences. 27 years' experience. Hugh H. Shepard, Lawyer General practice. Specializing in Real Estate and Probate Law. B01-512 M. B. A. Building LONG DISTANCE Mason City, lou-u 1'HONE 284 To Everyone... the Best of Christmas Good Cheer How grand it would be to greet every one of you personally, shake your hand, and wish you the Christmas joy that we feel. That is impossible but, nevertheless, we extend our warm and truly felt Christmas Greeting. Hay you enjoy the very merriest of merry Christmases and may health and happiness attend you throughout the coming year! NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK Mason City, Iowa Affijiated with Northwest ^incorporation DECEMBER 23 •• 1932 HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 426 Play to Be Presented at Christmas Program CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 23.—Both the younger and older groups of Sunday school attendants will appear in the Christmas program, which will be presented at the Congregational church Saturday even- Ing. Besides recitations, songs and stunts, a play is being presented by the older group of young persons. The program is: Recitation, "A Welcome to Santa," Naida Lee. Song, "Dear Little Jesus," kindergarten. Recitations—Audrey Jean Mack, Peggy Bennett, Pearl Bowers, Cornie Gonser. Recitation. "Long Ago," Billie Barlow. Recitations — Bryant Jensen, Shirley Conwell, Derald Heltman. Recitation—Clifton Comstock. Recitations—Naida Lee, Marcia Jean Ashland, Elaine Kudej. Dialog, "Not Too Little To Help," Buddy Brown, Verna Mae Thor- burg. Recitation—Dorothy Ann Crane. Recitation, "I Wonder," Billy Gonser. Recitation, "Gifts," Patty Petersen. Pantomime, "A Christmas Lullaby," Renee Pitsoi-, Minerva Branson, Betty Bacon, Arlene Werle, Beverly Wass, Doris Werle. Recitations, "Five Little Evergreens," Charley Barlow, Kenneth ?urst, Cecil Harms, Jimmy Young, Calvin Wells, Donald Pramer. Recitation, "The Christmas Candles," Jackie King. Recitation, Corrine Sandry. Recitation, "Santa's Defender," Billy Martin. Song, "Shine Beautiful Star," _lretchen Petersen and Theodore Whitesides. Recitation "Christmas Emblem," Marilyn Pitsor. Recitation, "A Secret," Crosby togersoll. Recitation, "Old Santa Is Com- ng," Betty Thornburg. Recitation, "In Christmas Land," Marjorie Conway. Recitation,"The Longest Day," Dickie Hughes. Play, "The Littlest Shepherd," senior department. ' • Song, "On Bed of Hay," primary department. Procured $835,746 in Benefits. ST. PAUL, Dec. 22. (IP) —Minnesota Legion service officers procured benefits for disabled veterans totaling 5335,746.33 during the 21 months ending Aug. 31, 1932, state and national Legion headquarters announced today. n Jk n Wf THEATER AT 4m JCm XX Clear Lake Friday and Saturday JOHN GILBERT in "DOWNSTAIRS" I'riCEs 25c and Iflc ~ COAL Farmers Special $9.50 Blue Grass .,$9.00 Virginia Splint $8.50 Illinois Nut $6.50 Diamond Block... $6.50 Iowa Coal Cerro Gordo Farmers Co. W. J. Darland, Mgr. Phone ZIP 500 Third St. N. E. OFFICE PHONE No. 239 Faculty Goes to Relatives for Holidays Lake Schools Are Dismissed for Two Weeks; Some Teachers Remain. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 23.—Clear Lake schools were dismissed Friday afternoon for a two weeks' period over the holidays and most of the faculty members left Friday evening for their homes or to relatives for the vacation. Supt. and Mrs. C. A. Peace and son, Clarence, plan to leave for Spirit Lake .to visit relatives while Coach and Mrs. Chris Johnston ant! son, and Gerald Johnston, Iowa City, who is a guest at his brother s home, plan to spend the holidays at Ogden, Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Judy and daughter will visit their parents at Iowa City and Cedar Rapids. Hugh Stickler will spend the holidays at Centerville, Miss Lois Wilson al Webster City, Miss Clara Metcalf at Sioux City, Miss Genevieve Milburn at Cedar Falls, Miss Mildred Hallowell at Mount Pleasant, Dorothea Woodrow at Altoona, Mary Kroll at Aurelia, Mildred Thompson at Letts, Faye Francis at Storm Lake, Amy steffin at Waukon, Catharyne Chambers at West Union, Aileen Witmer at Collins and Chicago and Marian.Osman at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Briar plan to leave for Dec'orah to visit Mrs. Briar's parents. Mrs. Mable New comer will also visit her daughter in Chicago. Lake Christmas Cheer Fund Goes to $105.03 CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 23.—The addition of $7.50 In donations to the welfare committee of the , Civic league, which is administering help to all needy families of the city, boosted the grand total to 5105.03. Today's report snows donations by Woodford Wheeler lumber company of .?5, Grant's Willing Workers of $1 and two individual gifts. Baskets are being prepared at the rest room Friday for about 75 families. Previously reported $98.08 Grant's Willing Workers 1.00 Mrs. Elston 50 Carrie Christenscit 1.00 Woodford-Whceler company . 5.00 ?105.0S L. P. Axelsons Honored at Anniversary Party CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 23.—Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Axelson were letefi at a surprise party on their thirty- fifth wedding anniversary Thursday afternoon. About 30 friends gathered at the Axelson farm home, congratulated the couple and presented gifts. A buffet luncheon was served, the white chrysanthemums, Christmas greens and wedding cake serving as the centerpiece of the table. Tall red tapers were placed at each end. The affair was planned and carried out by their daughter Mrs. Jens \yind. Solomon needed wisdom. Think of answering the questions of a thousand Juniors.—Lincoln Star. Last Minute Shoppers "^ » *; WILL SAVE TIME OPEN SUNDAY Johnson & Whitman Box Candy Cigarettes Cigars Parker, Sheaffcr, Moore and Conklln Pen and Pencil Sets Prices to Fit Your Pocketbook Manlcuro and Toilet Sets AT HUXTABLE'S AND MONDAY Perfume Toilet Water Sets Hand Bugs Billfolds Cigarette Cases ana Lighters Compacts Razor Outfits Clocks, Etc. You Would Be Surprised at Our Largo Selection. HUXTABLE DRUG STORE Parcels May Be Mailed at Our Sub-Postal Station 116 SOUTH FEDERAL I B 1 I 1 Kiddies! Santa Claus will visit our store Saturday morning at 9 o'clock to distribute FREE CANDY. Be sure and come in! SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE 215 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 434 Gazette* "LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 ^••^•^•^•^••••MMi Holiday Parties Are Planned at Lake Club 'CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 23.—The first round of holiday parties is scheduled at the Clear Lake Country club Saturday night. Tiny Little and His Texas Toe Teasers will furnish the music for this dancing party. As a special of this affair is the appearance of Santa. Claus at midnight who will bring gifts for everyone, A Christmas dawn dance is planned for midnight Monday morning beginning at 12:01 o'clock Carl West and his 13 piece band featuring the Winkem' Blinkem' and Nod Trio will play for this party. Runcies Entertain for Holiday Party of Star CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 23.—About 60 attended .the Eastern Stai Christmas party at the Masonic Temple Thursday evening at which the masons and their wives were guests. A. H. Runcie led the community singing, which was followed by a talk by the Rev. W. D. Milne. Mr. and Mrs. Runcie sang a duet, "Oh Holy Night," by Biebermau and Mr. Runcie sang a solo, "Nazareth," by Gounod, accompanied by Dorothy Runcie. Otyokwa Camp Fire girls sang several Christmas carols. Miss Johnson was unable to give her reading because of illness. The program closed with the appearance of Santa Claus with a pack of gifts. Refreshments were served, Mrs. H. W. Knutson acting as chairman of this committee. Dr. Jane Wright was chairman of the affair, choosing Mrs, Arthur Johnson for the program chairman and Mrs. c. T. Mills for decorations. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Earl Wallace, Waterloo, spent Wednesday at the home of his uncle, C. W. Wallace and family, South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Widger and daughter, returned Thursday from Creston where they attended'the funeral of Mrs. Widger's mother, Mrs. Frank Hood. Harry Hood, a brother of Mrs. Widger, stopped in Clear Lake for a short stay before returnins: to his home at Duluth, Minn. Charles Casper, Marsha lltown, arrived to spend the holidays with his son and family, C. W. Casper, South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Vance left Friday morning for Des Moines, where they will attend a musical recital of their granddaughter, Fayetta Vance, at the Drake university. Mr. and Mrs. Vance plan to spend Christmas with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roe, at Des Moinea. Conch Chris Johnston was unable to attend classes Friday because of illness. T. J. Wheeler, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, left this week for Ames where he will spend the holidays with his daughter, Mrs. S. H. Thompson. The Joslyn family also plans to spend Christmas at Ames. Stanley Wick, student at Augsburg college, Minneapolis, arrived Friday afternoon to spend several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hodenfield, Leon Axelson expects to return Saturday morning from Chicago where he has spent the past several weeks with his sister, Mrs. A. M. Carlson. He will spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Axelson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett V. Ezra early Friday morning- at the Mercy hospital, a daughter, named Jacqueline Grace. This is the first child in the family. Mr. Ezra is a son of J. D. Ezra, manager of the Clear Lake Coal company. flltss Cnrolyn Clausen arrived Thursday morning to spend the holidays with her'mother, Mrs. Lelta Clausen, Jefferson street. Miss Clausen is a senior student at Iowa State college, Ames. Don O'Neill, University of Iowa student, arrived Thursday to spend several days in Clear Lake with friends. Miss Miriam Brager plans to leave Sunday morning for Sioux City to spend Christmas' with her father. Miss Lynette Comstock, Des Moines, arrived Thursday for her holiday vacation from brake university. Robert Hardln, student at Iowa university, arrived for his vacation with his sister, Miss Dorothy Hardin. Byron retiree left this week for Eagle Grove to operate a skating rink. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, Seattle, Wash., arc visiting over the holidays in Clear Lake with Mr Thompson's father, S. T. Thompson! brother, Aleck Thompson, and sister, Ruth Thompson, teacher in the Mason City schools. Miss Knthryn Kennedy arrived Thursday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R B Kennedy. Miss Helene Koig-, Dubquc, former Clark college friend of Miss Betty Braheny, arrived Thursday to spend the holidays at the J j Braheny home. . Mrs. Mary Bowman, librarian, will leave Saturday morning for Rochester, Minn., where she will spend the holidays with her daughter and granddaughter. Mrs. Nels Doyle returned Thursday by ambulance to her homo on East Main -street. She underwent two operations at Rochester, Minn Clear Lake Churches ZION ENGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday school Christmas tree and program Friday night at 7:30. Sunday school 9:45 with classes for all ages. Festival services Sunday at 11 with the following Christmas program: Prelude, violin solo, by Stanley Andersen. Professional, "Joy to the World." Liturgical service. Anthems, "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear," "Oh Night of Peace and Stillness," by the vested senior choir; and "Merry, Merry, Christmas Bells," by the vested junior choir. Sermon, "The Manger Child of Bethlehem." Luke 2:1:20. Offertory, violin solo, by Stanley Andersen. Closing Liturgy and recessional.—H. O. Urness, pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Special music at church service at 11. Prelude, "Berceuse," Jarnselt; "Ave Maris Stella," Mozart; "Andante Cantabile," from string quartet, Tschaikowsky; gong by congregation, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing"; invocation, "Lord's prayer;" scripture; anthem, "Beautiful Savior," Chris'tenson; prayer, response; song by congregation, "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear;" offertory, "Serenade" Schubert- solo "There Were Shepherds," John club does not meet.—W. B Milne pastor. METHODIST Sunday school at 0:45 o'clock. Morning service at 11. Organ prelude, "The Holy Child," Stultz by Mrs. Harry Mason; Hymn, "Joy to the World;" prayer, anthem, "Calm on the Listening Bar of Night," Clarke by choir. Scripture Isaiah 9. and Luke 2:1-21 Gloria Patri. Offertory organ, "The Christmas Of- feratory." Hymn, "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear." Sermon, "The Heart of Christmas." Organ postlude, "Christmas Processional." Epworth leagues at 6:30. Evening services at 7:30. Organ prelude, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing," by Mra. Harry Mason. Christmas carols by junior choir. Prayer, B Christmas anthem by choir, scripture, St. John 1:1-12; "Trumpet Echoes" played by Milo Knutson, David Barber, Clayton Pittman. Trumpet duet; sermon theme, "The Good News," organ postlude, "Festal March," Kisser- ling. CASH TALKS Centerville LUMP LOUD SPECIAL OFF CAR IOWA'S BEST COAL Wolf Bros. COAL CO. PHONE 1U8 BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Christmas program at 11 o'clock. No evening services. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 o'clock.—S. M. Stenby, pastor.—J. R. Tumbleson, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. hall. Bible school at 10 o'clock. Communion and song service at 11.—Frank Long, S. S. Supt. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street. Bible school. Morning services at 10 o'clock, topic, "Christian Science." Gifts of candv will be given the- Sunday school members. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sunday mass at 10 o'clock. Catechetical instructions at 11 o'clock. Mads on first Sunday of month at 9 o'clock—E. J, Supple, pastor. About the only fellow we know about with anything left In his sock ig Schmeling.—Western (Ore.) Leader. SEASON'S GREETINGS May We Convey to You the spirit of the day in connection with artistic woodwork. We sincerely appreciate the support and patronage during the past year and thank one and all!. Extending hearty Christmas cheer and our best wishes for your holiday joy! 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