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10 MANY THORNTON FARM INSTITUTE WINNERS NAMED Baker Is first With Single Ear and 10 Ears of Yellow Corn. THORNTON, Feb. 7.--The Farmers institute commenced here Thursday with 200 persons present and closed yesterday. The home project and grain judging was done in the forenoon. It. A. Haus'er of the extension service in commenting on the grain exhibit said he belteved the corn to be the equal of any grown from within 100 to 150 miles south of here. Fifteen exhibits of eggs Were entered. Mr. Sondergaard in explain- mg the grading of the eggs said the brown exhibit was one of the closest exhibits that could be expected. Mrs. Feme Brown Ausenhus of Northwood, formerly home demonstration agent of Worth and Wmnebago counties, Judged the home project work. She gave a talk Thursday afternoon on "Bread." Marion Olsen, county agent gave a tmt oa « The History of Club Soren Nielsen. Sweepstakes, Charles Hanseh. Win in Women's Group Canned fruit--Peaches, Miriam Ingebretson, Mrs. R. E. James. Apple Pickles--Mrs. Fred Langenbacher, Mrs. Julius Tabat. Pears- Mrs. P. O. Petersen, Swaledale, Mrs. R. E. \Iames. Red raspberries--Mrs. R. E. James, Mrs. Alfred Ingebretson. Black raspberries---Mrs. R. E. James, Mrs. Alfred Ingebretson. Strawberries--Mrs. Soren Nielsen, Sheffield, Mrs. Fred Langenbacher. Green beans--Mrs. John Stover, Swaledale, Mrs. Fred Langenbacher. Yellow beans--Mrs. Fred Bergmann, Mrs: William Leonard, Swale- MASOJS CITY GLOBK-GA55ETTE _ at Local Churches GOLDEN TEXT: "As ye would that men should do, to you, do ye also to them likewise." Luke 6:31 dale. Peas--Mrs. Fred Bergmann, Mrs. F. E. Langenbacher. Tomatoes--Mrs. Soren Nielsen, Mrs. William Kottman. Soren Nielsen, Yellow corn--Mrs. . Mrs. Carl Floy. Chicken--Mrs. H. Champion, Mrs. Soren Nielsen. Pork--Mrs. Tom Petersen, Mrs. Soren Nielsen. Beef-Mrs. Carl Floy, Mrs. Floyd Obrecht Plum jelly--Mrs. William Kottman. White bread--Mrs. Carl Floy, Mrs. Clarence Edglngton. Have Best Bread Whole wheat bread--Irene Floy, Alice Ingebretson. Angel food cake --Mrs. Simon Eckhoff, Mrs. Carl Floy. Sunshine cake -- Mrs, Ed Lightbody, home economics girls. Devils Food cake--Mrs. J. H. Champion, Mrs. George Bruce. White layer cake--Mrs. Clarence. Edgington, home economics girls. Oatmeal cookie s-r-Irene Floy, Mrs. P. O. Petersen. Spice cookies--Irene Floy, Mrs. Julius Tabat. Cold soap --Mrs. Julius Tabat, Mrs. Clarence Edgington, Boiled soap-^-Mrs. Ray Hemming. Sewing, - -...-, _. -- ---.._..,,,,«. , madeover garments--Mrs. Lorenzo Tea ears yellow--A. L. Baker, 6. Long, Mrs. .P. O. Petersen. Cro- Hartwig. - T e n ears white--Mrs. \ cheted rug--Mrs.'J. Champion, Mrs. Stover. Braided rugs--Mrs. J. a talk Work." Winners Announced \ Winners in their order were: Corn, single ear yellow--first, A. L Baker, Frank Harmon. White single--Elmer Kieslich, C. A. Bielefeld. Elmer Kieslich, C. A. Bielefeld. Ten ears mixed corn--A. L. Baker. I.Tabat. rugs--Mrs. Quilts--Mrs. Will Kottman, ADVENTIST S. D. A--Sunday night meeting in Y. M. C. A. Subject for T:45 p. m. "How-Do We Know That it Will Take the Lord 1,000 Years to Jndije the World?". At the church, 14lti South Delaware, Sabbath school 9:30 a. m. (Saturday) and preaching at 11. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday. Young people's meeting 7:45 Friday.--A. G. Christiansen, pastor. BAPTIST First--"Days in the Big Ship" wiil be the theme discussed in the second of the eight happy Sunday evening, services. The service opens at 7:30 with a special program of old favorite songs including both the church hymns and some old love melodies. Special organ numbers will also be played. At the close of the service time will be given for discussion and answering of any questions that may be asked. Morning worship begins at 10:50 with the playing o£ the organ prelude, "Salome," by Mrs. Stinehart. For the offertory she will play, "Shepherd Girl's Sunday," by Ole Bull and for the postlude, "March des Girondins," by Clark. This will be an observance of the birthday of .the Boy Scout anniversary and the service will be given over to the discussion of boy life. The pastor .will deliver the sermon on"'A Boy's Greatest Opportunity.' 1 The following troops of Boy Scouts will be in attendance with their leaders: Troop 1, sponsored by Elks club, with Harry Ytzen* leader; Troop 4, sponsored by Junior Chamber of Commerce, leader George Wolf; Troop 9, leader, Howard TO DEMONSTRATE . . . _ · · -- · i · T · · ·-· -.«*,.,*.!*»**, i tYuiL T iiuuu u r icciuci, nuwaiu white--R. G. Schumacher, Mrs. August Hansen. Pillows--Mrs. Goodwin, and Troop 14, leader, Ted Ray Hemming-. Yellow oats--Fred I Jon a Stover, Mrs. Carl Floy Bas- Bergmann. Red clover--Fred Berg- Kets,--Mrs. Albert Hartwig, Vernon mann. Barley--Charles Hemphill Floy. Soy beans--J. H. Champion, TV s. Fulghum. Alfalfa--Mrs. Julia Nealis, .A. L. Hemming, P. O. Petersen Swaledale. One dozen white eggs--W. S. Fulghum, Charles Hansen, W. F. Butts, Mrs. R. E. James. One dozen brown eggs--Charles Hansen, Mrs. Dale Agler, Mrs. Carl Floy, Mrs i Girl Scouts Are Entertained by Veeder. Church school meets at 9:45 under the direction of Mrs. C. L. Marston. B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:3 with Miss Ruby Johannsen, pres: dent, in charge. The fourth sessio of the school of leadership training will meet Wednesday evening. Pic nic supper at 6:30, directed worshi . Sheriff G. E. Cress will give a demonstration of fingerprint- Ing at tlite First Methodist church Sunday evening. He will give a short talk In which he will present reasons why every child in the nation should be fingerprinted. lias Ibur Back Given Out? Backache Of ten "Warns of Disordered Kidneys. If miserable with backache, bladder irritations, and getting up at night, don't take chances! Help your kidneys at the first signofdisorder.UseDoan'sPtlk. Successful for more than 50 years. Endorsed "by hundreds of thousands of grateful users. Get DOOM'S today._Sold.by deat ^ers everywhere. Poarts ills r - T-T 17 | service; classes for all ages; specia at lOWa railS hour of entertainment.-- Jewel roiirr A i 7 A T r c - T - i i . r r, t I Pickett, minister. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 7. -- Seventy- five girl scouts participated in R I CATHOLIC Joint rally and court of awards at Holy Family -- S e j j o n d s t r e e I the Community club rooms here northwest. Sunday masses at 7, 8:3J today. The scouts and their leaders and 10:30 o'clock. Father R. P. were from Iowa Falls and Hamp- Murphy; Father Barnes, assistant. ton. Wild Rose troop with Mrs. Dor- St. Joseph -- Masses at 6, 7:30, 9, othy Westbury, captain, was host to and 10:30 a. m. Benediction and ros- the Hampton troops and the new ary at 3 p. m. The Rev. Dean P. S. For-Get-Me-Not trap of East Iowa. O'Connor, Father Krieger, assistant. Falls. This is the fourth court of) CHRISTIAN SCIENCE awards to be held by the girl scout troops of Hampton and Iowa Falls in the past three years. Golden Wedding Is Celebrated by Two " ^- at Dows Gathering , · DOWS, Feb. ,7--Mr. and Mrs. Fre,d Lentz were surprised' when 70 friends and'relatives arrived to help them celebrate their golden wedding anniversary^ A two-course dinner was served at noon by the self-invited guests. After dinner the Rev. Edward Duea gave an address. It was the twenty-third wedding anniversary of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rockow of Garner. Creston Farm Youth's Sentence Is Suspended CRESTON, Feb. 7. (JP)~Russell Pratt, farm youth, was given a suspended one year jail sentence, pending good behavior, after his plea of guilty to driving an automobile while intoxicated. He was indicted by a grand jury investigating the death of Mark Wiser, high school student, found dead in Pratt's car, The Help You Need -- When You Need It t A little mishap with your car? A glance at the Business Directory in the Globe-Gazette Want-Ad Section . will _show you exactly where economical, speedy assistance may be procured. You'll find this directory ' a time and money saver around your home or office, too. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE W A N T - A D S First Church of Christ, Scientist --Washington and Third street northwest. Sunday services, 11 a. m. Subject, "Spirit." Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesday testimonial meeting, 7:45 p. m. Reading room east end of.church. Week days, 9:30 a. in. to 9 p. m., except Wednesdays, when It "closes at 7 p. m... .-,.. CHURCH OF CHRIST : Adams Avenue-^9:30 Bible school. Morning theme, "Scout Ideals, Prophetic." One or more troops of the Boy Scouts will be our guests. This is scout week. Evening theme, "Sounding the Depths," Luke 23:34. at 7:30. 6:30 the endeavor societies will welcome the young people and others. Morning choruses, "Come Unto Me," arranged by Nevins. "O Love that Will" Not Let Me Go," Berwald. Evening chorus, "The King of Love, My Shepherd Is," Gounod- Hawley. Solo, "I Come to Thee," Ca'ra Roma, Elmer Ax. Morning organ numbers, "Adieu," Friml, "A Memory," Neariug. Evening organ numbers, "Evening Hymn,'.' Marsh, 'Andantino," St. Clair. Miss Dorothy Hicks, organist. CONGREGATIONAL First--Bible school 9:45. Worship 11. Pilgrim group 6:30. Evening worship 7:30. Boy Scouts Monday 7:30. Parish picnic Wednesday eyening. Energetic class Thursday. Harmony Guild Friday. The worship in music will consist of two organ selections by Mr. Ehlers: "Impromput," by Schubert, and "Sortie Festino," by Boslett. Anthem: "The Lord Is in His Holy Temple," Lester, "and solo by Mrs. Bennett, 'Aspiration," Hunt. The program of music for evening worship will consist of two organ selections by Mrs. Ehlers: "Evensong," Wely and "March in C," by Williams. Anthem: "Tho Lost Sheep," Jordan and solo by Mr. Pool: "Just for Today," by Speaks. Dr. Dibble will preach at the morning worship from the theme: "Practical Use of Joy," at the evening worship from the theme: "A Kingdom Worth While."--William L. Dibble, minister. EPISCOPAL St. John's--Sexagesima Sunday. Holy communion, 8 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 with church school service and instruction at 9:45 o'clock. The rector and delegates to, the seventy-ninth annual convention of the. Episcopal church in Iowa have returned. The Girls Friendly society seniors' will meet on Wednesday night at the litany and sermon on Wednesday nights, with holy communion on Friday mornings at 7:30. It is planned to conduct lenten services in Clear Lake on Monday nights EVANGELICAL Grace--Fourteenth and Adams northwest. The orchestra will open the school at 10 a. m. The annual day of prayer for the Woman's Missionary society will be observed Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. There will be a sermon by the pastor. A missionary offering will be taken. The junior and intermediate leagues meet at 6:45 p.'m. The senior E. L. C. E. meets at 7. The evening- services begin at 7:30. The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff will preach a sermon on Noah. There will be special music at the different services of the day.--P. W. Pfaltzgraff, pastor. LUTHERAN A. Betiilehem--Between Fourth and Jifth streets on North Delaware; 9 a. m., graded Sunday school and Sible class; 10 a. m. English service) Sermon topic: "The Blessed Promse of Jesus to Those Who aro Hin disciples Indeed"--Joh. 8, 25-36. 11 a. m. German service. Monday evening at 7:30 adult class No. 1 at the parsonage. Tuesday evening at 7 and Saturday' morning at 9 tho children's class at church. Wednesday evening beginning at 8 the -ST P. S.-give's an entertainment at the McKirJey .school auditorium. -The. final rehearsal for this program will be oh Monday evening- at 7-30 Thursday evening the Wilting Workers meet at the P. G. and E., Mrs. C. A. Hinz, hostess. Friday evening 7:30 adult class No. 2 meets at the home of Mrs. Liechman.--C. Hinz, pastor. Immanuel--Corner Fifth and Jersey southeast. Sunday school with Bible classes at 9:30. Morning worship at 10:30. Sermon topic, "A Servant Departing in Peace." Anthem, "Come Into My Heart." Evening worship at 7:30. Sermon topic He Shay Purify." Special music for this service. The board of trustees will meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the parsonage. Dorcas Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the church. Hostesses are Mrs D C. Fields, Mrs. Gus Isaacson, Mrs! Carl Isaacson. Tha Brotherhood will meet Thursday evening at 8 The pastor w m speak. Committee for the evening, Nela Landgren and Fritz Frid. Choir rehearsal Friday at 7:30. Confirmation class Saturday at 10. Communion service Sunday Feb.. 15.--B. T. Erholm, pastor Our Savior's--Twenty-fifth street 10. Confirmation class 6; eveniiv worship 7:30. Sermon theme _When Love Abides in the Heart" Father and son bancfuet Thursday ,,,,,,,,!,,,, Feb 12 ._H. o. Umess, Sixth street Iver Berg and Mrs. Hans Benson. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 o clock.'Seventh grade at 10:30,' sixth grade at 11 :-5.--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. Calvary--1615 Delaware avenue northeast. 9 o'clock morning worship. "The Gospel of Mercy,' 1 Matthew 9, 35-38. 9:30 " o'clock graded Sunday school and Bible classes. Miss Ida Roseland, superintendent--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. Central-estate and Conriesticut-. Sunday school, 9;45, D. K. Lund- bery, superintendent. The nine weeks' campaign for new members for the Sunday school starts Sunday. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. Theme "Parable of the Sower." Music for this service is as follows: Prelude, "The Wayside Cross," Jensen. Anthem, "O Come," Ashford. Offertory, "Souvenir," Schumann . "Postlude, "Chant de Guerre," Schumann. Luther league at 6:30. A'fine arts service will be conducted by the young people. This will be illustrated by stereopticon slides. Vesper service at 7:15. Sermon theme, "The World's Great /Teacher." Monthly meeting of the men's brotherhood Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Ladies Guild meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The "Reds" will entertain the "Greens" at this meeting. Catechism Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.--The Rev. George G. Parker, pastor. ' METHODIST First --10:45, morning- worship, pastor's theme, "The Secret of Noble Living." Special music by choir and organist or violinist. 7:30, evening worship. The pastor will speak on "Measuring Manhood" and will be assisted by G. E. Cress who will speak on "Measurements," illustrating his talk by demonstrating the science of finger printing. An unannounced special feature. 9:30, church school. All departments Men's class In courthouse. Queen Esthers in P. G. and E. auditorium. 9:30, junior church. Miss Harriet Seaman, director. Pastor will speak on "Folks With Iron Shoes." 10:45, Junior - church school. 6:30, Epworth leagues. Wesley league for high school and Junior college folk. Asbury league for college and young business men and women." They will continue .the study of Negroes. Mrs. Paul Scott being in charge of Asbury league.--William H, Spence, pastor. Free--16 Sixth street southwest. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Jail service at 3 o'clock. Class meeting and young people's meeting at 7 o'clock. Evening service at 7:45. Men's prayer band 'meets on Tuea- FEBRUARY 7 1931 nesday, 7 p. in. Leadership training class. Friday, 7:30 p. ro. Men's club holds all church night.--George K. Davies, minister. East 1 Side '-- 11 a. m. Sunday school. Bud Conlon, superintendent. MISCELLANEOUS. Alliance Gospel Tabernacle--616 North Delaware avenue--Sunday school 2 p. m. Preaching service 3 p. m. Y. P. Service 7 p. m. Evangelistic service 8 p. m. The Rev. J. W. Cooper, Cedar Rapids, will speak at both services. Special meetings continue every night at 8 p. m. and also .every afternoon at 2 p. m. The afternoon services 'will be of a devotional nature while the evening services will be evangelistic--J. A. Schmidt, pastor. Church of the Nazarene--Corner Third and Jackson. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning service 11 a. m. Jail meeting 3 p. m. At 7:15 Mrs. Roy Wiggins will give an object lesson to the young people and children. Evening service T..-45. Bible study Wednesday evening at Harry Leonard's home, 510 Twelfth street southeast. Missionary m e e tr i n g Thursday evening at Tabernacle. Cottage prayer meeting Friday evening. R. D. Wiggins, minister. Full Gospel Chapel -- Sunday school 10 o'clock. Morning service 11. Young Peoples society 6:30. song,service 7:30-8:00. Evening service 8:00. Tuesday evening 7:30. Bible class Friday evening 7:30. Prayer meeting every Saturday evening at 105 southeast Nineteenth street. Salvation Army--Sunday 11 a. m. Holiness meeting. 2 p. m. Sunday- school. 6:15 p. m'. Young Peoples legion.' 7:30 p. m. Salvation meeting. Topic, "Have Ye Received the Holy Ghost Since Ye Believed." -- Adjt. and Mrs. J. H. Bittorf in charge. 500PRESENTAT CLARION CO-OP Barney Benson Is Elected day eveaing. Prayer Wednesday evening. meeting on The Rev. evenin pastor." St. James--502 southea«t Graded Sunday school 9 a. m. Ella Woisnak, superintendent American services at 10 a m Theme: "Do We Hear God's Word litgnt? German services at 11 n m. Text; St. Luke 8, 4-15. Brotherhood meets Wednesday at 8 p m This Brotherhood meeting will be combined with a get together meeting for everyone in the church A program will be given. Choir will practice Friday evening.--Oswald E. G. McJl, pastor. ,.,£l' ini f'y~ p ennsylvania avenue and fifth street southeast. 9:30 o'clock graded Sunday school and Bible classes. J. F. Williams, superintendent; 10:45 o'clock morning worship aTM, Gos Pel of Mercy," Mathew 9, dJ-dS. Soprano solo "The Lost Chord,' Sullivan, by Mrs. Russell will attend a corporate communion on Sunday morning? followed by breakfast in the guild hall. Both juniors and seniors will hold a sleigh party on Feb. 11, the weather par- mitting, with an entertainment afterward at the home of Dr. Spahr. St. Katherine's guild will hold its annual business meeting in the guild parlor Wednesday, Feb. 11. There will be election of officers for the new year. St. Katherine's thus closes their first year of work. The altar guild will hold its February meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 17. The Acolytes guild will meet on Thursday of this week at 4:15 in the^ church parlor. Special music for the 11 o'clock service Sunday morning will include the prelude "Serenade," by Schubert, the offertory anthem, "O Savior of the World," by Gounod, and .the postlude "March," by Verdi. Finns are now being completed for ' t h e special Lenten services which will include mellophone obligate by k. J Warner Anthem by choir, "Thine O l-ord, Kent. 7:30 o'clock, evenintr worship. Topic, "The Church as a bamily to be discussed by A M I'eist Vocal- solo, "Dream o£ Parai , ra dise. by Mrs. Russell Thompson. Vocal solo, "Selected," bv Misa Fern Meurs. The L. D. R. will be entertained Monday at 8 p. m. by Mrs. L. A. Lysne, 31 South Kentucky avenue, Garfield circle will be entertained Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. by Mrs. J. N. Sanden. 209 Eighth street southeast. Choir rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30 p, m. The Roosevelt circle will be entertained Thursday at 2:30 p. m. by Mrs. Harry Lien, 1925 Massachusetts avenue. south. Cottage prayer meeting at the home of G. S. Van Note Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The Luther league will hold a Valentine party at the church Thursday evening at 8 p. m. General Ladies Aid Friday at church, parlors at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses, Mrs. John Lundeen, Mrs. George Reichert, pastor. . . . Olivet--9:50 a. m.,'church C. K. Kinney, superintendent. 1 a. m., worship. Troops 5 and 12 are to be our guests at this service The pastor will speak on "Passing the Test." The choir will sing fo its special number "We Praise Thee, O God," by Geibel. Mrs. Clark will play the voluntary and offertory music. 6:45 p. m., Epworth league. Dis cussions of topics from Dr. Copeland Smith's book will be led Garnet Lincicum and Mae Haddy Beatrice Seward and Dolly Wen* rich, Leonard Hansen and Harry Meier. 7:30 p. m., worship beginning with a song service. The theme for th.e evening sermon is "The Emancipation." The young people's choir will sing a special number. Wednesday evening, choir practices and mid-week, service. The "Woman's Horjb Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Kinney 1502 South Delaware avenue. Mrs. Frost's division of the ladies' aid will have its next tea Thursday afternoon in the church parlors, entertained by Mesdames Frost, B. D. Griffith and Pederson I. O: O. F. Home--2 p. m., Sunday school. 3 p. m., preaching service. Union Memorial -- Fourth streel and North Carolina avenue. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. The pastor will give a sermon on "The Origin, Nature and Design of the Work of the Board of Education for Negroes of the Methodist Episcopal Church." This being Lincoln's day Sunday, a special program will be given at the evening ·hour, 7:45, consisting of devotional service led by the pastor, a paper by Mrs. Stratton on "The Place of Good Literature in Christian Education," an instrumental solo by Miss Berlina Woods, a vocal solo by Mra. Warren, remarks by Mrs. McGinty and an address by V. D. Nelson. An offering will be taken for world service. Church school at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. M. M. Brewton, superintendent. J. C. McGinty, pastor . Zion--East State and Rock Glan. German service at 9:30 a. m., Sunday school at 10 a. m. and morning worship in English at 11 o'clock The Epworth league will .meet at 7 p. m. after which the pastor will preach a short sermon. The prayer service Wednesday evening at 8 p m. will be heM at the home of Cad Rausch.--G. H. Kohler, pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. First~9:45 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Worship. Organ selections by electrical transcription for the prelude, postlude and offertory. The senior choir will sing "Jesus, Gentlest Savior," Marks. Mrs. A C Hagerman will sing "Come Unto Me," Cox. Serman theme, "Jesus Creates Class," by the pastor. 2 p. m. Juniors and lightbearers. 6-30 p m. Seniors led by Ross Smith. Forum led by Marjorie Green. 7:30 p. m. Worship. Sermon drama lecture (illustrated) on "Abraham Lincoln." The girls chorus will sing "Sing Uii- .o the Lord," i^^n*-- --* *·· · Prothoe. and Marlys f "I Heard the Voice Taylor will sing of Jesus." Monday--7:30 Presbyterian Guild in manse.' Wed'.' p. m.. President of Shipping Association. CLARION, Feb. 7--Members of the Clari9n Co-operative shipping association, their wives and other guests held the annual meeting at the Methodist church Thursday, Dinner was served at noon to 500, R. C. Pollock, secretary of the national meat board, jnade the principal address. Others on the program .were Ole KasSm, president of the state association and F. H. Kelley, representative of the Chicago producers. Music was furnished by the 4-H Harmonica band, directed by Grant Linstrom of Clarion. Officers elected were: Otto Bjellaud. manager; Barney Benson, president; Jay Tice, secretary treasurer; W. F.' Mecham vice-president; directors, Ralph Smith, M. L. Clark, Cornelius Thompson, Albert Tompson, 'H. O TM- odley .atd_Cbarleg Tilhnan. Musical Program Is Given at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS, Feb. 7.--A musical program was given at the Methodist church last evening. The orchestra, which has been practicing regularly under the direction of I. L. Moen, played several concert selections. The church choir also took part in the program. At the meeting of the Methodist official board discussions of tentative plans for remodeling of the interior of the church for th« large evening choir and orchestra and plans for a visitation evangelism campaign were held. I FARM INSTITUTE TO BE AT MANLY Committees Work on. Program to Be Presented on Feb. 18 and 19. MANLY, Feb. 7.--Extensive plans have been made for the Farmers' institute to be held'Feb. 18 and 19. The program will start Wednesday afternoon and will include a lecture for the women by Mrs. Fern Brown Ausenhus and a dairy talk by Floyd Johnson, dairy extension specialist from Ames. Thursday morning the grain will be judged. R. T. Nelson, Worth county agent will talk on club work and the grain judge will .speak ' Thursday afternoon. Jay Whitson, assistant editor of Wallace's Farmer will speak Thursday evening. Committees in charge include: Genera] arrangements, F. B. Logeman, Ray Field and John Baita- pu- bilicity, R. A. Culver, R. B. Spearing and the Rev. A. H. Miles; day program, C. R. Doebel, Roy Bosworth, Courtney Lawyer and J. R. Neveln; ladies' exhibits, Mrs. Louise Mc- Rercher, Mrs. C. Nagel, Mrs. L L Field and Mrs. L. H. Lyford. : Finance, J. Kraus, H. D. Backhaus and C. S. Rye; evening program, Otto Lichtenstein, H. D. Backhaus, J. R. Nevelyn, S. Westly; ladies' program, Mrs. C. R. Doebel; Mrs. H. V- Doebel and Mrs. George Stoecker; agricultural exhibits, Courtney Lawyer, Herbert Backhaus and Ernest Jante. W. D. Kearns, Produce \ Manager at Burl, to Be on Pension List BUKT, Feb. 7--W. D. Kearns, who has been manager of the Swift and company produce house here for 26 yeara, has been pensioned by the company and will go on. the retired list after March 1. Mr. Kearns, 72, has been in the produce business for 45 years at Webster City, Algona, ' Whittemore and Forest City, before coming to Burt. Movement Is Started to Get Congress Award for Will for Drought Talks FORT SMITH, Ark., Feb. 7. UP) --A'movement has been started here for'the awarding of a special medal by congress to Will Rogers^cowboy humorist, for his part in obtaining funds to relieve suffering among the drought-stricken of the southwest. FEBRUARY MONTHLY SERVICE []| THE FROCK IN TWO MATERIALS IS SMART Burt Declam Contest Held for Two Nights BURT, Feb..7.--The local declamatory, contests were held Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Marie Giddings and Paul Kriethe, Jr., were winners in the oratorical class. Nornm Be ttin and Gardner Patterson, with Raemond Koestler as alternate, won in th.5 dramatic class. In the humorous class Beada Kollasch and Derrald Riddle were winners, with Joseph Graham and Viola Riddle as alternates. Whitford, Peters and Ward Win at Swaledale SWALEDALE, Feb. 7.--The declamatory contest was heid here. Ruth Ward won first in oratorical, Grace Whitford, dramatic. Ray Peters, humorous. or, if you prefer. you may niate it 'of ·fha s»mo material in two shades of tha same color, or in "two harmonizing colors. PICTORIAL PRINTED PATTERNS bring you tha very latest Paris modes so that you can copy i GARDNER ^* e UI4NACE CO. * ^ Sheet Metal and Furnaces Rear P. G. « E. Bldg. Ph. 480 after they appear in Paris. 5549 EOc PICTORIAL REVIEW ' FASHION QUARTERLY 25 cents a Copy The Merkel Co. Butler Ministers Wilf Meet at Dumont Monday DUMONT. Feb.' 7-- The Butler county mmirterial association will meet here Monday morning at the Reformed church. The program will r TM T " ' n w m . Greene; E. Jolmg, Austinville; W. A. Buell, New Hartford; E A Sa- h.n, Clarksville; E. . G . Itemnmn, Dumont. The ladies aid of the Reformed church will serve dinner at noon. 3,436 at 30th Annual Ames Farm Home Week AMES, Feb. 7. (^)_ The thirtieth n home week at co lege closed with a record registration of 3,436 of 'whom 1009 were women. Of the 93 counties rep- Invest... 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We Loan Money On City Property Reasonable Tcrma INVESTMENTS High Grade For Sale We Sell Fire Insurance J'lionc 401 204 M. B. A. ISIilg. MATTER W JTH ? I P ,XED .WENT our AFTER. YOU K|.N D OF * You Buy ,-, T M e. ANYU/A.Y ' MASON CITY IOWA,

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