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February 9, 1931

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

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"V MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 9 1931 LOVER AND RIVAL SHOT BY WOMAN Cabaret Hostess Dresses as Man to Trail False Suitor. MEXICO CITY, Feb. 9. cabaret hostess who as a ruse 1 went in Gigolo's clothing to another cabaret arid danced with the girls was imprisoned today for shooting her lover and her rival in his affections. The blazing pistol of a woman acorned, ended the life of Maximino Aceval, frequenter of .the gay little cabarets which intersperse the downtown section, and possibly fatally wounded Amelia Ruiz Ter- ro'nes, the rival. Guillermina Guerrero, who gave herself up to police, said that she and Aceval had been good friends until he met' Amelia and deserted her, transferring his interest to the other cabafet hostess. Police said that, dressed in man's clothing, Guillermina sat with a girl in the rival cabaret, watching for an opportunity to tahe her revenge Guillermina followed Aceval and Amelia when they left the cabaret and shot them down as they were about to enter a 'house. Two Youths from Iowa Win Prizes in A. Z. A. District Speech Meet LINCOLN, Nebr., Feb. 0. (JF-Lloyd Isacson of Des Moines and Sol Mitchnick of Council Bluffs won second and third prizes respectively in the oratorical contest at the three way district tournament of the A. Z. A. society which closed last night. The Kansas City debate team won $1,200.00 a Year For a Cent a Day PRINCE CHOSE HER Associated Press Pholo Tho frowned on by King Gustav, Prince Lennart of Sweden renounced his succession to the throne for the love of Knrln Nissvandt, a commoner and daughter of a Stockholm businessman. the. debating section of the tourna meat while Omaha won 'the baske ball championship by defeating De Moines 25 to 21. Small Cost for Self-Protection Brings Big Dividends--Steady Income--Plan Sent Free. Less than one cent a day--$3.50 a y ear --j s the sole cost of the new accident policy now being offered by the Postal Life Casualty Insurance Company, 2562 Moriarty Building, Kansas City, Mo. According to the terms of this policy as high as S'lOO a month will be paid for disability, and $1,000 for deaths. 65,000 men, women and children already have this protection. Send no money. Simply send your name, address, age, beneficiary's name (person to whom payable at death), aad relationship-and policy will be sent on 10 days' mBE inspection. This offer is open, for a limited time only--immediate action is necessary Write Dry Boss Woodcock on Trip of Inspection in Iowa, Neighbor'State WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. UP)--Pro hibition Director Woodcock starte today, on a 10 day inspection trip i the eighth prohibition district, com posed of Minnesota, North Dakota South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska. He planned to go to St. Paul from there to Fargo, N. Dak., Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Fort Dodge, Des Moines and Lincoln, Nebr. Rock Grove Farm Bureau Hears Address by An way NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 9.--AD all-day meeting of the Farm Bureau for Rock Grove township was held at the Fred Clark home with an attendance of about 50. A picnic dinner was served after discussions. County Agent Anway exhibited a three part picture show. Mr. Anway also gave a talk on "Co-Operative Plan on Hogs" which was llscussed by C.' Schell, Walter Jaughey, Henry Steidl and others. Officers elected were: Director, JvF. Hartwig; project leader and vice director, Mrs. Fred Clark; secretary and treasurer, O. W. Morphew; tmtolicity secretary, Mrs. Walter Baugney. ·.?·*;.*·· £ -l:-": : '^ ; ;"':.' ·.;'·' .';" ^'''" Says Religion Is Example of Survival of Fittest »', , _: Redenbaugh Quotes Chester ton on Decay of Materialism; Day of Prayer and Boy Scout Anniversary Are Themes. "Religion is the one perfect example of Darwin's survival of the fittest and already great scientists are beginning to lead the movement away from the camp of materialism," declared the Rev. Robert Morgan Redenbaugh, rector of St. John's Episcopal church in his third sermon on the s,ubject, "Why We Believe." This statement, the rector stated, was taken from a recent article by G. K. Chesterton, great English writer. Whatever comes into the life of man to make him believe in tho great realities of life must surely come thru tho experiences of lifs and not thru dogmas and teaching," the rector stated. "Life then comet first and philosophies about life must .come second. "No matter how far back we go in the human story, we find an altar set up in the center o£ life of man. "The fact remains today as in all the^ past: Whenever men hunger and thirst after God and truly seek Him, there is a response ol peace and power and by that token the soul lives. , "We do not believe in immortality because we have proved it, but we are forever trying to prove it because we cannot help believing it. "My thesis all thru has" been to show that experience is profounder than argument, as life is deeper than logic. "Men will always seek God. Men will increasingly want to know the Master. Mankind is incurably prayerful. Always we will need the Bible, the revelation of the' word of God--and with these things come a surety of the hereafter. EVANGELIST HOLDS ALLIANCE SERVICE the nation's wealth is held in the hands of only 66 men. Jesus would not stand, for that. "How many families would like to have a real living Jesus in their homes all the time? The conversations would be different if they did. How many preachers would like to have a real living Jesus in their church every Sunday? Would He be satisfied and pleased with the service, with the message? The world still does not want Jesus. They will not make room in their hearts for Him. How many here tonight will make room in their hearts for Jesus ? How many have been crowding Him and want to make more room for Him, will you stand ?" The Rev. Mr. Cooper was obliged to return to Cedar Rapid; after the evening service and will not be able to be back until Tuesday evening. MISS EUROPE HAGGARD LAUDS BOY SCOUT WORK After speaking in the afternoon on God's building, showing how a Christian is like a building, the Rev. J. W. Cooper, evangelist at the Alliance Gospel Tabernacle, spoke in the evening on "No Room for Jesus." x Taking his text from Luke 2:7, vhere it reads "There was no room in the inn for them," the evangelist showed how that the world had changed little since the day that 'esus came: "The world still does not want "esus,'" the evangelist continued. It does not care for a living, per- onal, real Jesus. Ho\* many busi- essmen would want a real living esus to be with them every moment of their lives ?. Jesus would tark all articles properly. How tany politicians would like to have real living Jesus sitting in the hite house today ? He would veto very bill that was crooked or un- air. He would veto every bill that ould oppress the poor. Today, aere are 1,000 persons starving in the United States .every, day.' while Starting Tuesday You Can Buy F I N E SHOE IS The morning service in the Church of Christ was a special observance of the twenty-first anniversary of the Boy Scout movement in the United States. Dean A M. Haggard said in part. "This is a world wide movement includiri. 57 countries which have 91 pel cent of the population of the world enough to make 180 cities like Mason City. The scout movement originated in England 24 years ago and came to this country just 21 ..years ago today. I count it one of the most valuable factors in the. ongoing of Christian civilization, it is a vital part in the Kingdom of God, It is prophetic symbol of the golden age and a pledge of its speedy coming. "What are its most vital parts? What is the soul of scouting? It. s unselfish, the thot is not how to get but how to give, to serve. Business serves in order to gain, which is honorable, but the;scout serves and refuses monetary gain. He stands for the Golden Rule with diamonds in it. What is its creative power? A dally good turn. One of the deepest and most lasting impressions on the tablets of my heart came from a good turn. The church of tomorrow is in the keeping of the scouts, boys and girls, the young people ,of J37 or. more.,organizations and Unchurch; is .·mor'e'thari safe. It is sure to win." ' LIGHT SHOES FOR SPRING Values Formerly to $12.50 Sale Price First Pair at ..,., $2.85 Second Pair for , '. 15c That wa£, you get 2 pairs for $3.00 This is the last week of Stevens Shoe Sale . . . Saturday night this great Sale ends. ' Smart Shoes at 15c a pair is a feature of the remaining- days. Many choice styles on Bargain tables. 2SO pairs. Buy one pair at the Sale price, S2.85, and you may have a second pair for only 15 cents. Get two pairs for yourself or bring someone and each take a pair. $C85 5 Ties, pumps, straps in _ springtime cnlor?: Beige, blonde, gray. S m a r t enough for any occasion. Plenty of styles . . . sizes . for all. Stevu. ShoeCh DEPENDABLE JSHOEIS JOB- NO. FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY - IOWA "SPIRIT" SUBJECT AT SCIENCE CHURCH "Spirit" was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon at the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text was from Gala- tinus 5:18, "If ye be led of the Spirit, ye are not under the law." The Lesson-Sermon comprised quotations frmo the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations read: "And one of the multitude answered ·vnd said, Master, I have brot unto thee my son, which hath a dumb spirit; When Jesus saw that the uaople came running together, he rebuked the foul spirit, saying unto him, Thou dumb and deaf spirit, 1 charge thee, come out of him, and enter no more into him. And tin spirit cried, and rent him sore, and | came out of him; and he was as one dead; insomuch that many said, Hi is dead. But Jesus took him by th' hand, and lifted him up; and h arose" (Mark 9:17, 25-27). Among the selections from th Christian Science textbook was th following: "Every day makes its de mands upon us for higher proof rather than professions of Chrisliai power. These proofs consist solel; in the destruction of sin, sickness and death by the power of Spirit, a Jesus destroyed them. This is a clement of progress, and progres is the law of God, whose law de mands of us only what we can cer tainly fulfill" (p. 233). ANNUAL DAY OF PRAYER IS HELD Associnleii Press Photo Jeanne Juilla, 19, French beauty, chosen "JVltss Europe" by jury judging beauties of 16 countries. master and several of the committee men were guests of the eve- »ning service. Paul Pfaltzgraff played a cornet solo. The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff preached on "A Godly Man in A Sinful Age." " DECLARES CHURCH NEEDS WORKERS At the morning service at Trinity Lutheran church, the Rev. O. Li. N. Wigdahl quoted Matthev/ 9, 37-38. "Then said he unto his disciples, the harvest indeed is plenteous, but the laborers are £e Pray ye therefore the Lord of the larvest, that He send forth laborers into His harvest." In order that the church may procure the workers that please the "ord they must come forth in ans- ver -to prayer, the minister said. The Lord has told the church to pray for workers. At the evening service A. M. 'eist gave a talk on the church as a family in which all should be ·itally concerned about the welfare. if one another. Mrs. Russell Thompson sang "A Dream of Paridise," accompanied by A. J, War- er. Ray Kellar gave a talk on 'The ioy Scouts." Return From Funeral of 0. Mall's Mother and Pioneer Groups .; Mall: le- The' JRev. and :l urned from Dubuqtfe; ning where they 'attended ' the' funeral of the Rev. Mr. Mall's mother vho passed to her eternal reward at the home of her daughter, Mrs. . Mahnke at Melrose Park, 111. Her visband, the Rev. Joseph Mall, died n 1808 and her oldest son, Hugo, in Dubuque in 1924. , Mrs. Mall was bom in Germany tfay 20, 1858, and came to this coun- ry with her parents when she was about one year old. She is survived y four children, Hilde Mall and vlrs. C. Mahnke at Melrose Park, Illinois. Tile Rev. Mr. Mall of this city and the Rev. Paul Mall of Cook, SJebr., one sister, Mrs. Landdeck of rafton, also survives. The Rev. S. Salzmann of Du- auque spoke on Revelations 21,1-7 at the funeral service. Conracl Buehler sang "The Way to Peace." Piles Treated Without Surgery Write For FREE Book The annual day of prayer wa observed by the missionary societ of the Grace Evangelical churcl The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff talke on "Jesus Praying When the Greek Called." The text was St. John 12 27-28. A brief summary of the mes sage was, "This was a sort of pre meditated petition. In it Jesu asked himself a question and do bated the petition. Tho Holy Spiri can lead one in premeditating a prayer as well as in praying. In a sense, a prayer list and agreed praying are premeditated praying. This was an unselfish prayer. While it was not a prayer directly Tor the world it was one thru which ;he world would be directly benefited. It was an earnest, intense tnd sincere desire for the Father to clarify His own name. It was a -rp.yer which Jesus knew would T5t Him something. It cost Him ·irdship, abuse suffering, crucifixion, and a few others under- ·tood the answer. There were those present who did not understand U. The Junior E. L. C. E. and the intermediate league met at 6:45 p. m. Marjorie Pichett led the senior E. L. C. E. Troop 11 with the scoutmaster, assistant A new instructive book, "Piles Treated Without Surgery," fully illustrated, printed in colors and copyrighted, has been published by Dr. McCleary, the noted Recta" Specialist, E-505 Elms Boulevard Excelsior Springs, Mo. In it Doctor McCleary tells how sufferers from Piles, can be successfully treated without surgery, without the use of chloroform and ether, if treatment is taken in time. The Mac- ICleary treatment has been successfully used for over 28 years. Over 20,000 cases of rectal trouble have been treated by Dr, HcCleary anc his associates. If you suffer with Piles or- other rectal troubles, write Dr. McCleary today for a Free copy of this book and their large reference list of former patients. Ai: literature sent in plain wrapper free and postpaid,--Adv. 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