The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 20, 1954 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 20, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Saturday, February 20, 1954
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

F«b. 30, 1«54 Msson CHy Globt-Gaxelte, Mason City, It $e//s McCarthy He Helped Red Spies ' - ALBANY, N.Y. UP) -- Felix A Inslerman testified before Sen Joseph R, McCarthy (R-Wis) Sat urday that he was the man \vho photographed State, Department documents for the. W h i 11 a k e r Chambers Communist 'spy ring. . Inslerman, 44, told his story for the first lime before McCarthy sitting as a one-man Senate In vestigations Subcommittee here, Inslerman said that he began "some time in late 1937" to photograph documents brought to his house in Baltimore by a man he knew as "Bob" and later identified as Chambers. Inslerman said "I recall the names of Grew and Bullitt" on the documents. The reference apparently was to Joseph Clark Grew, former U.S. ambassador to Japan, and William C. Bullitt, former U. S. envoy to France. Moscow Trained Inslerman said he had been trained in Moscow to photograph documents and to receive the international radio code. : He returned to this country in December, 1935, Inslerman said. .Chambers, a confessed courier for the Soviet underground during the 1930s, was the principal witness at the trial of Alger Hiss, former State Department officer sentenced to five years on two counts of perjury. Inslerman testified that "Bob," or Chambers, first brought documents .to Inslerman's house in Baltimore "some time in late 1937." Inslerman now lives in Cambridge, N.Y., and works for the TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 2nd and North Penn. Invites You 9:30 a.m.--Sunday School DIVINE S E R V I C E S AT 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. SERMON: "THE THREE PARADOXES" 1st-Corinthians 1: 19-25 ,5:00 p. m.--Junior League 7:00 p. m.--Senior League DR. R. A. HARRISVILLE, PASTOR Rensselaer Valve Co. near Albany He worked for the General Elec trie Co. in Schenectady for a lime He left there in 1949 when the firs Hiss trial began. First Witness Inslerman was the first witness Saturday as McCarthy resumec his hearing on alleged Communis espionage at the General Electric plant in Schenectady. The hearing broke up in turmoi as two General Electric employes identified by a witness Friday,as Communists, were ejected from the federal court room at McCar thy's order. As McCarthy attempted to end the session, Sidney Friendlander, a member of the executive board o Local 301, United Electrical Work ers in Schenectady, stepped for ward and said he wanted to testifj that he had had no part in es pionage or sabotage. McCarthy shouted him down From the audience, Gordon Bel grave, another G E w o r k e r shouted "It's a frame-up!" The two were ushered out by po lice and federal marshals. Iowa Sales Tax Collections Up DES MOINES (UP)--Iowa sales :ax collections reached $13,125,926 in the last quarter of 1953--or $99,573 more than in the same period of 1952, the Iowa Tax Commission said Friday. The tax on retail food sales led he way at $3,514,225, taxes on general merchandise were next at 13,374,450, lumber and materials $1,671,812 and motor vehicles $1,29,923. Use tax collections also increased o $2,520,379 in the last quarter of 1953--or $369,230 more than in the same period of 1952. FREE METHODIST "THE CHURCH THAT CARES" T e .« ,,.,, '""""Church School 10:00 A. W. Worship 11:00 A.M. 7:45 P. M. R. C. Winger Minister 124 N. Wash. Old Fashioned Holiness Meeting Do you believe in the doctrine of Holiness? Do you believe It Is possible to be perfect in the sight of God? HEAR Colonel E. Arkett, Special Speaker Sr. Major D.'E.. Harris, Leader Colonel Arkett will bring a real message on Holiness. Sunday, Feb. 21-11:00 A. N. · Special Music by the Salvation Army Songsters. · Vocal and Instrumental Numbers. --AP Wircphoto K I D N A P E D -- F a c o n d o Bicardi, 8, heir of the Cuban rum king, was kidnaped Friday and his abductors demanded $50,000 ransom. Army men, however, quickly ran down a lead and rescued the boy, who was not harmed. Committee to Head Highway Safety Drive WASHINGTON (M--A newly ere ated President's Action Commit tee for Highway Safety Friday" as sumed the guidance of a nation wide campaign to reduce the auto mobile death toll. Gov. Dan Thornton of Colorado, one of eight members so far named, called the President's action "the greatest forward step in years" toward reducing the haz ards of the highways. For the first time, Thornton said, .he permanent advisory group will provide a "direct line of coordination from the White House to the grass-roots efforts of the communities." Recommendations drafted by the roup included: That the 48 governors consider he calling of governors' "conferences" in their states, to mobilize safety efforts in the pattern of the Vhite House meetings each year. That state highway police per- ionnel be built up. That safety education be expanded in elementary and high schools, ncluding driving courses. That the President and the gov- :rnors proclaim an annual, month- ong safety campaign each year to promote public . understanding and support o£ the accident-prevention program. C R U S H E D BY T R U C K MOUNT PLEASANT (UP)-Lee 3oan, 57, was killed Friday when he was crushed between the frame vork and bed of a dump truck vhile repairing it on his farm eight miles southwest of here. SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 A. M. YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEGION . . . 6:45 P. M! EVANGELISTIC S E R V I C E . . . 7:30 P . M . The Public Is Invited to Attend All of These Services. The Salvation Army Citadel 203 FIRST S T R E E T S. W. I Dare You to Read This Are You Afraid to Die Are You Unhappy in Life Do You Have Burdens That Are Too Heavy HERE IS THE SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEMS The Old Sawdust Trail Christianity One Day Revival Service Tuesday, Feb. 23 -- 7:45 P. M. Dr. Luther A. Horn, Evangelist · Special Music and Singing · Sing the Old Songs You · Com. end Brin 0 the Uv * to $ in fl F4ml 'y ' · Chrittiinj Bring » Fri«nd the, Salvation Army Citadel 203 FIRST STREET S. W. A Wesley Methodist Church (Pennsylranla at I J t h Southeait) Dr. Peterson Preaches; 10:15 "A BAG OF HOLES" 1:30 "THE INDIVIDUAL'S IMPORTANCE" Xodii Volci of Iht Christian R«form«d Chvrcli Present* REV. PETER ElOERSVtlD Mason City 8:30 A. M. This ad iponsnred by Woden* Kmnawha. and Wright Christian Reformed Churches of Woden and K a n a w h a , Iowa Villa ADVENTIST Seventh-Day--1416 Delaware S.E \V. R. Howard, pastor. Dr. L. E Bascom, elder. Services each Sat urda/. Sabbath school, 9:45 a.m Worship. 11. ALLIANCE Calvary--Services in YMCA. C D. Tieszen, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship, 10:45 a.m.; ser mon, "Dispossessed Discipleship.' AYF service, 7 p.m. Gospel sen- See, 8 p.m.; sermon, "Children of Light." ASSEMBLY Assembly or God--1G15 Delaware N.E., the Rev. Allan UUestad, pas tor. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Chil drcn's Church, lower auditorium 11:30 a.m. Worship service, 11 a.m Evangelistic service, 7:30 p.m. Central Heights--Sunday school 10 a. m., for ali ages. Worship 11 a. m. Children's church, 11 a. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Pastor, the Rev. Nimrod Anderson. BAPTIST Bethel--West Haven S u n d a j school, 10 a. m. Service, 11 a. m Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Pastor C. Walter Bunger. First--Pennsylvania and Stale. 9:30 a.m., church school for all age groups. 10:45 a.m., worship, (nursery for pre-school children); sermon, "The Good Samaritan." The Rev. Immanucl Fredjmund, interim pastor. Grace -- Monroe School. Carl J. Sentman, pastor. 9 a.m., KGLO Bible broadcast, John's Gospel, 10 a.m., Bible school, 11 a.m., "Love's Four Dimensions." 7 p.m., Livewires, Mildred Oetken. 7 p.m., youth service; Mabel Elthon, missionary from Nicaragua, speaker. 8 p.m., "Three Tenses of Salvation." St. John--715 6th S.W. The Rev. ranville M. Williams, pastor. Sun day school at 9:45; preaching at 11. BTU at 6:30 p.m. Evening worship at 8. Mt, Zion--12V/2 S. Federal. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. B.T.U., 6:30 p.m. Night serv- ces, 8 p.m. The Rev. A. D. Purnell, pastor. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's--Sunday masses at :, 7:30, 9, 10:30 and 12. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick Mafone, pas- or; the Rev. L. H. Reicks and the Rev. W. A. Arquitt, assistants, Holy Family--714 A d a m s N.W. :unday masses at 6, 7:30, 9, 10:30 and 12:15. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Breen, the Rev. Roger J. Sullivan and the Rev. John T. Reed. CHRISTIAN First--4th N. W. and Adams. The Rev. R. L. Williams, minister. 9:30 a.m., Bible school. 10:45 a.m., worship and Communion; sermon: 'And Ye Are Brethren". 6:30 p.m., Church School of Missions. C H U R C H O F C H R I S T New Testament--12th N.E. and Hampshire. -- Dale E. Erickson, minister. 9:45 a.m., Bible school. 0:45 a.m., worship and Commun- on. 6:30 p.m., young people's meeting. 7:30 p.m., singspiration and evangelistic message. C H U R C H OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST First -- Washington at 3rd N.W. Sunday service, 11 a.m., subject, 'Mind." Sunday school, 11 a.m. KSMN 1000 Watts D1»I 1010 For The Best fn Daytime Listening Studios In Mason City, Hampton and Alcana ; How Christian Science Heals . "HEALTH IS WHERE . YOU ARE" WHO (1040 kc.) Sunday, 9:00 a.m. Grace Baptist Church At Monroe School CARL J. SENTMAN, Pastor ' 9:00 A. M. Daily KGLO Bible Broadcast 10:00--Bible School 11:00-'LOVE'S FOUR DIMENSIONS' 7:00-Miss Mabel Elthon 8:00-"THREE TENSES OF SALVATION" CHURCH OF GOD Church of God in Christ -- 818 Jackson S.W. S u n d a y service Y. P. W. W., 7 p.m. Preaching a 8. The R e v . R. C. Cottman, pastor C O N G R E G A T I O N A L First: 100 1st N.E., 9:30 a.m. church school; 11 a.m., worship (infant care), sermon: "A FaitI for Our World," by Doctor anc Mrs. Gordon Van Laan. 8 p.rii commissioning service for Mr and Mrs. Gordon Van Laan; ser moon: "Widening Horizons," the Rev. Andrew Craig, Grinncll. Ac of commissioning, Mrs. Harlan Walley, Chicago, vice president "o the American Board. COVENANT First: 1056 Maple Drive. C. V. S Engstrom, interim pastor. 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 n . m . worship sermon, "Heroes of Faith." EPISCOPAL St. John's--The Rev. Alfred R. Malone, rector, 8 a.m., service o. Holy C o m m u n i o n . 9:15 a.m. church school; Men's RouncHable and coffee hour. 11 a.m., service o morning prayer; sermon; "Eyes That See," observance of Nationa Brotherhood Week. Nursery during worship hour. 6 p.m., monthlj Family Night and program, pot luck dinner in Parish Hall; The Rev. Vine TMoria, American Indian priest of the Protestant Epis copal Church, will speak on "The American Indian and Their Prob lems." EVAN. UNITED B R E T H R E N Grace--Corner 14th N. W. and Adams. 'J. D. Johnson, pastor Sunday school, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a. m.; sermon, "The Cure oJ Paralysis." Junior Youth Fellowship, B:30 p.m. Senior Youth Fellowship, 6:45 p.m. F R E E METHODIST First: 124 Washington N.W. R. C. Winger, minister. 10 a.m., Sundaj ichool. 11 a.m., Church service; message by pastor. 7 p.m., youth service. 7:45 p.m., song service and Gospel message. HELLENIC ORTHODOX Transfiguration -- 1311 2nd S.W. The Rev. Nicholas E. Georgaco- poulos. Sunday Matins, 9 a.m. Di- ine Liturgy, 10:30 a.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hal!--1617 S. Federal. Watchtower study, 7:30 p. m.; subject: "Rearing Children in the New World Society and Discipling Children for Life." LATTER DAY SAINTS Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints--Serv- '.ces each Sunday morning in Decker Room of YWCA, 10 a.m. Worship at 11. Supervised nursery, 1012. LUTHERAN Bethlehem--5th N. E. on Delaware. 9 a. m., Sunday school anc Sible class. 10 a.-m., worship; pas- .or's sermon: "Do We Deserve Our Sternal Destiny?" 10:30 a. m., Bethlehem Lutheran Hour: "Bring- ng Christ to the Community," over KRIB. C. A. Hinz, pastor. Central--329 E. State. Chief serv- ce, 11 a. m.; sermon by Paul Dumke, senior student in North- vestern Seminary, Minneapolis. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Nursery during 11 o'clock service. Immanuel--5th S. E. and Jersey. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Junior vorship service, 9:30.a. m. Bible tudy department, 9:55 a. m. Serv- ce, 10:45 a. m.; sermon: "Go, Breach the Gospel of God's Great Healing." S. E. Peterson, pastor. Our Savior's--2502 Jefferson S.W. J. Enderson, pastor. Early worship service, 8:30 p.m. Sunday school: Kindergarten and grades, 9:30 a.m.; Bible classes, 10:10 a . m . Junior worship service, 10:10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. St. James -- 4th S.E. Maple Drive. Eric A. Biedermann, pastor. Worship, 11 a.m., sermon by pas- or. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Adult class, 2 p.m. Trinity -- 216 2nd N.E. Roy A Harrisville, Th. D., pastor. Wor ship services, 8:30 and 11 a.m Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Nursery 11 a.m. Junior League, 5 p.m.: Senior League, 7 p.m. METHODIST First--Lloyd A. Gustafson, D.D. minister; Roger E. Russell, asso ciate minister. 9:30 a.m., church school for all ages. 10:45 a.m. worship; sermon: "Beyond Pre judice," Dr. Gustafson. 5 p'.m MYF. Union Memorial--Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m.; Elmer 1453 4th STREET SOUTHEAST NEAR JEFFERSON SCHOOL OPEN S U N D A Y 9 A. M. to 12:30 P. M. and 4 P. M. to 7 P. M. All Advertised Week-End Prices STILL % GOOD First Church of Christ, SCIENTIST , WASHINGTON AT 3rd N. W. Invites You to Attend Sunday Service--11 a. m. (nursery maintained) Sunday School--11 ». m. (papili up (a 20 yrs.) Wednesday Eve Meeting . . 8 Reading Room, Weekdays 11 to 5 100 FIRST SHEET N. I. Ktv. Pettr J. Jonttn, Miniiter MORNINO WOMHIP 11 A. M. SUNDAY, FEB. 21, 11:00 A. M. "A FAITH FOR OUR WORLD" by th* R«v. »nd Mrs. Gordon Van Laan, Missionaries to W«tt Africa, 8 P, M. -- Commissioning Service for the Van Laans. Sponsored by the Congregational Church and Ithe American Board. Taft Urges Reduction in U.S. Strong Tariff Laws Ellison, lay-reader of St. John' Episcopal Church, in absence o pastor, the Rev. O. E. Blanks. Wesley--Pennsylvania at 14th S E. Paul Arnold Peterson, D.D, minister. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 10:45 a.m., worship; Dr. Pctcrsoi preaches: "A Bag of Holes." 6:1 p.m., Junior-High M.Y.F. 6:30 p m., Junior, Senior and Older Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p.m., worship Dr. Peterson preaches: "The In dividual's Importance." N A Z A R E N E Church of tha Nazarene--331 W State. The Rev. Warren E. Burd pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m Worship 10:45 a.m. Young people' meeting, 7 p.m. Sunday nigh evangelistic service, 8 p.m. O P E N B I B L E First --1702 Carolina S.E. The Rev. C. W. King, pastor. Sundaj school, 9:45 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. pastor speaking. Young people', service, 6:30 p.m.; groups for al ages. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. pastor speaking. P R E S B Y T E R I A N First--Washington at 9th N.W Wilbur Frank Dierking, minister Worship, 11 a.m.; sermon: "The Prescription of the Lord." Church school at 9:30 for junior depart ment, junior high classes and sen ior high class; at 11 for nursery, 3 year olds, kindergarten and pri mary departments. Junior high Westminster Fellowship, G p.m. parish house; senior high, 7:15 p m. Mariners Club, 8 p.m., at the manse, 18 Beaumont Drive. U N D E N O M I N A T I O N A L The Little Chapel--313 Pierce N W. Meetings Sunday, Tuesday anc Friday, 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Edna S. Piper, pastor. Salvation A r m y -- 201 1st S.W. apt. Robert Stigleman,\officer in charge. Sunday school, 10 a.m Holiness meeting, 11 a.m., Col Arkett, speaker, assisted by Sr Maj. D. E. Norris, divisional com mander. Young People's Legion 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic service, 7:3 a.m.; "Thou Fool, Tonight You Will Die," message fay Capt. Stigle man. Union Gospel Mission -- 521 Van Buren S.W. P. J. Griggs, pastor Evening service, 8 p.m. Seven Aged Killed When Fire Sweeps Convalescent Home HARTFORD, Mich. W) -- Seven patients--four women and three men--lost their lives in a fire tha raced through a convalescent home for the aged late Friday night. In 30 minutes, the fire destroyed the two-story frame building, three miles west of Hartford in south- vcstern Michigan. Police and firemen probed the ruins for the bodies of Harley Babcock, 76, of Watervliet; Fed Saylcs, i4, of Glenn; Mrs. Lucy Sparling 91, of Coloma; Samuel Lutz, 93, of Covert; Mrs. Aleline Blakeslee, 81, and Miss Louise Bishop, 83, both of Benton Harbor. Mrs. Mary Collins, 66, of Water- ·lict, died enroute to Watervliet lospital. Five of the victims were bed ridden. Three other patients were rescued. Funeral Saturday for Ralph Wilson CHARLES CITY--Funeral serv ccs will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the home for Ralph A. Wilson, 68 a resident of Marble Rock for more, than 50 years, who died Thursday in a hospital in Mason City. Death was attributed to a icart condition. He had been in ill icalth since October. The Hauser f u n e r a l Home of Charles City was n charge of arrangements. Mr. Wilson, with his late father William C. Wil.son, owned the Marsic Rock Telephone exchange for 27 years. Since his retirement from .hat position, about five years ago he was employed at the Oliver Cor- oration in Charles City. He wa; )orn March 3, 1886, at Springville Linn County, son of William C. and Mary Plumber Wilson. He was i past worshipful master of the Cor ner Stone Lodge, Masons, Marble lock. Survivors are his wife, Edith, and one daughter, Mrs. Melvin Brewer, Iowa City, and one brother, Clarence Wilson, Mora, Minn A daughter, Mrs. Huron Johnson died in 1938. Indian Clergyman to Speak at St. John's The Rev. Vine V. Dcloria, Amcr- can Indian clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, will deliver the sermon at the service of morning prayer in St. John's Episcopal Church Sunday at 11 a.m. His topic will be: "Builders for 'hrist" at the morning service and in the evening, following a potluck dinner in the Parish Hall at 6 p.m., he wiil speak informally on the theme of brotherhood. ' Mr. Dcloria has just been appointed executive director of Indian work for the Episcopal church hroughout the nation, the appointment being made by the national council under the direction of the residing bishop, the Rt. Rev lenry Knox Sherrill. ·', By ROLF HOFSTAD - Globe-Gazette Farm Editor DES MOINES -- "We in th United States must realize that w are bound by many ties with the nations of the world--that we can not ignore those nations in our con ccrn for industries within the na tion." That statement was made Frida at the National Farm Institute b Charles P. Taft, Cincinnati atlor ney and brother of the late Senato Robert Taft. Taft's g e n e r a l subject w a "Trade Not Aid and Our Forcigi Policy." He came out strongly for reducei tariffs and stated "that we nuis nl\vays put the genera! interest o the nation ahead of special in terests." Taft also said that w must look for the lopg-run affect of our current high-tariff policy. Food Surplus What to do with the food sui pluses with which this institute i so concerned also came up for con sidcralion in the Taft speech, give Friday at a noon luncheon. "It seems to. me," the attornej said, "that we can give some o that food away through such pri vatc organizations as CROP am CARE. But such good will gesture arc difficult to operate and onl such private organizations as thes have the know-how to do it right. 1 He pointed out how tariff protec tion of small industries often re suits in a loss to the consumer. "Always," he reiterated through out his address, "we must loo. to the genera) welfare and not t the specific in dealing with thes export-import problems." Some A r g u m e n t s "The advocates of high prolec tivc tariffs," Taft continued, "have ;omc arguments that make sense ant most of their reasons for con tinning high tariffs do not. "The speakers for high tariff are, in many instances, uslnj, scare techniques to arouse fear in workers and industry owners. Ac tually, a reduction in tariffs wouk result in laying off very few peo pie, and they could be shifted to other lines of work. The govern mcnt should see to it that inclus :ries that 'are forced to re-adjus be aided during that transition period. "After all, in an economy as dy namic and changing as ours, evcrj industry, you farmers included make adjustments every year to meet domestic competition." Taft concluded that he did no advocate taking off all tariffs. "That," he stated, "is not prac tical nor is it desirable. But we must remember that the genera interest is more important than any segment of our economy. The national interest is-what we mus support," he concluded. Funeral at Rudd for Aged Woman RUDD--Funeral services will be icld at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Wes cyan Methodist Church, for Mrs. Margaret Phillips, 84, who died Friday at the home of her daugh :er, Mrs. L. R. Kerlin, in Rudd. She had been in failing health for about a year. Burial in the Floyd cemetery. Mrs. Phillips was born July 22, 1869, daughter of Philip and Nancy Wachtel in Illinois. She was mar ried Oct. 3, 1886, to Hcz 'Phillips. She was a member of the Christian Church. Besides her daughter, she s survived by a son, Albert, of Floyd. Her husband and two chil dren preceded her in death. Hold Rites Sunday for Allison Farmer ALLISON--Funeral services for Fred H. Miller, 68, will be held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the farm home and at 2 p.m. at the Associated Church in Allison. Burial at Allison. He died of a heart attack at his farm home Thursday. : Mr. Miller was born on the f a r m where he lived all his life. He eaves the widow, a son, Duane, z daughter, Ruth, and four sisters Mrs. Gertie'Miller of Aredale, Mrs Tillie Quibcll of Waverly, Mrs. Em ma Arends of Allison and Mrs Bauwicna Fick of Allison. Forest City Woman Dies; Rites Sunday FOREST CITY - Funeral serv ces for Mrs. Emory Oleson, 82, will be held at the Methodisl Church Sunday at 2 p.m., the Hanson Funeral Home in charge. She died at a hospital here Thursday. Survivors include her husband 'our sons, Harold of Springfield, Clarence of Bondurant, Merle of Villiams, Ariz., and Milton of Los Angeles, Calif., six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. On the Radio Beam SATURDAY NIGHT NETWORK HIGHLIGHTS CBS--7:00 fluiumokei 7 : l » Sink* SituKu 7:30 G»n(bu«leri! 8:00 TWB For th* Money! 8:.1fl SnlureUjr Nl«h» Country Stylet 9:30 Ntwi, »BC--7:00 Danclnr P t r t y j 1:00 Anony mouj; 9:39 Mujlci. MBS--7:00 JO QueMlnrm 7:39 VlrrinU B«rn D»ncei «:00 Barn Dance Jamboree! 8:30 I.ombardoland, U.S.A.I «:09 Chlc«»» Theater »f the'Air. «JC--41:30 rThe Blr Prerlewi «:M Grand Ole Opryi 0:00 Dud* Ranch Jamboree) fl:JO Fee Wee Kin* Show, Everywhere You Go THERE S RADIO ! K G L O Dial 1300 5 °°° W a f f f KGLO-FM . . . 2:45 to 10:15 P.M. Saturday Highlights Pre-Game . . . 7:30 p. in.) Be sure to hear your "Pro - G a m c Highlights" brought to you by Ray Paulcy Co. and North Iowa Oil. lowd-Illinois . . . (8:00 p. .in.) Iowa meets Illinois in a Big Ten Conference game and Bud Sutcr and Ken Kew arc in lou'a City to bring you the play- by-play and highlights of the game. J. C. Finals . . . (10:15 p. m.) Hear the M.C.J.C.-Northweslcrn J.C. game in the finals of tiic State Tournament. Sunday Highlights Renfro Valley . . . (7:30 a. m.) Join John Lair and all his friends at "Renfro Vtil- ley Sunday Gathering" brought to you by Postmn. You Join . . . (12:15 p. m.) Red Cross emphasis this year is on JOINING, not just G I V I N G , Earl Hall points out in his commentary. Office Thief . . . (5:30 p. m.) An office thief is operating in Madison High in the comedy-episode on "Our Miss Brooks" for Colgate. Jack Benny . . . ( G : 0 0 p. m.) "Jack Benny" and the whole gang arc in New York where they'll bring you tonight's show for Lucky Strike. Movie Career . . . (7:30 p. m.) "My Little Margie," for Philip Morris, tries to interest her father in a movie career. . Antics . (8:30 p. m.) Treat yourself fo the antics on "The Edgar Bergcn- Charlie McCarthy Show" sponsored by Van Camp. Monday Highlights World News . (7:00 a. m.) General Mills brings you the "World News Ronmlup" each Monday through Friday with Winston Burdett reporting. 5:00 5:30 6:15 r,-.;\n 6:35 7:00 7:30 8:00 fl::(0 0:00 .0:15 1:00 1:05 2:00 7'00 7:15 7:30 8:15 8:30 0:00 9:30 0:00 0:30 0:35 2:00 2:45 1:00 1 : 1 5 1:30 3:00 3:30 3:45 4:00 1:15 ·1:30 1:1.-, 7:00 7:i!0 8:00 R:SO 0:00 !i:,10 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:35 11:00 ! l : 0 5 12:00 Saturday P.M. Best on Wax (Truax) Contrast.'; in Hhj'thm New*. r,O. . K. ( M l n s h i l l ) Mason City Today, Hermanson Dairy Saturday Sports Parade I,es Paul and M a r y Ford, l i t N. Dink Johnny Mercer Show, CBS Gunsmokc, CBS !· re-(Inme H i g h l i g h t s , N. Iowa. Oil, Itay Pauley Co. Iowa vi. I l l i n o i s Whoopee John, Schmidt's News Roundup, G I n h e - G a z e i l e M.C.J.C. - Northwestern, Tyler Ryan, Schneider D e l i v e r y S e r v i c e News, CBS CHS Dance Band News, CBS Sunday A. M. News, CBS Family Worship R e n f r o V a l l e y . Fostum, CBS News, CHS Sunday School Lesson Hible Broadcast, Sentman Church of the Air, CBS Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir, CBS News Sunday Souvenirs (Truax) You Were There Sunday P. M. One Man's Opinion, f l l o h r - G a i e l l e New*', M i l w a u k e e R a i l r o a d Sunday Sports Review (Truax) Of These We Slntf Iowa Dental Society New York Philharmonic, CBS fiodfrey Digest, Owens Cnrning Glut Godfrey Digest, Bristol Myen Godfrey DlRcst, CBS Social Security .Junior College Presents Let There Be LlKht News of the Nation, T.C. A E. Spurts. Tyler Kyan Cleile Aulry. Wrljclcy Our Miss II rook i, Colgate J a c k Benny, Lucky Strike Amos 'n Andy, Uexall TMnjr Croshy, General Rleelrlo My Mttle Marjcle. P h i l i p Mnrrli "all of Fame, Hall Bros. Bert-en an'! McCarthy, Van Camp r.ene A u l r y , Wrlcley Two Knr the Money, Old Cold News, Globe-Gazette- Utany For the Night Organ Mooda nance Orchestra, CBS News, CBS Dance Orchestra, CBS News. CtiS 5:30 6:00 6:05 7:00 7:15 7:M 7:30 7:3,5 7:1,-, 8:1.1 0:00 1):15 0:1.', 0:00 0:15 0:25 0:.'in 0;45 1:00 1 : 1 5 1:3(1 1 : IS 3:00 3:05 !t:15 2:30 2:1.1 1:00 l:).f 1:«0 I'M *:00 2:1/1 Zr.TO 2:1.1 4:1,1 4:30 ·1:13 Monday AM. Morning Jlouscr (Thompson) News (Tcnncy) Morning noiwer (T)iompiion) Farm Reporter. Stale Brand New*, Butternut World N e w s Roundup, General MIIU M u s i c a l Clock, Sedars Motor Co. Today's Farm Story, Funk News, Garner Motor Co. Checkerboard 1 A l m a n a c , Turlna Keep Time With Damon's Holsum Headlines, Ilolmim Bre.rf J|c»l at Kverylhln*-, Boe Jewelers Currle's Corner, Currle's Ilarrtwar* Slump Us, inland 1'oUto CKlns nibie Broadcast, Senlmnn Today In Osajre, Otaft, Merchant* Kitchen Club, Tidy House Product. New* IUesl, Jacob K. Decker Qul* the Mrs., Illite Slur Potato Chios Home Town News '(Clausen) Make Up Your Mind, Wonder Bread "Good" Reports, Ann Good Wendy Warren, General Foods Douir Shrrwln Show, Rorden'i Helen .Trent, Aero Wax Our Gal Sunday, Kolynoj Markets, Nutrena (Heinz) Monday P. M. The Man On the Street; Prllchard'* Muni CM Varieties, Staley News, Standard Oil ( K e w ) South St. Paul Market Institute Second Mrs. Burton, Maxwell House Perry Mason, Tide Soap, CBS This In Nora Drake, Ton I, CBS Brffhler Day, Cheer, CBS Milllop House, i A I k a - S e l l i e r ' House Party, 1'IHnbnry, CBS House, Parly, Surf, CBS Arthur Godfrey Time, CHS Ymnf Dr. Malnne, Crlico Chapel at Ihe Air, .1. /). Jem M» Perkins, Oxydot, CBS

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page