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March 19, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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II SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOEE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 1934 STUDER ACTION NEARING JURORS Attorneys A r g u e $8,822 Auto Damage Case in District Court. Lillian Studer's suit to recover 18,822.10 damages from Lawrence and Alvin Matzen, brothers, for injuries she received last Oct. 1 when the car in which she was a passenger struck the Matzen automobile in Central Heights was scheduled, to go to the jury late Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning. Harvey J. Bryant, County Attorney M. L. Mason and Assistant County Attorney M. E. Laird, conu- sel for Miss Studer, and Defense Attorneys John Senneff, Sr., and John Senneff, Jr., presented their arguments to the jury Monday morning and afternoon and were not expected to finish in time to allow the court to instruct the jurors. Announce Nursery Schools. ST. PAUL, March 19. UP)--Nursery schools in 29 communities in the state to care fore more than 1,200 children, between the ages of two and five, whose parents are needy and unemployed, have been announed as a state civil works project, under which 200 persons will gain employment. The University of Chicago has awarded varsity letters to seven athletes whose fathers also won the "C." The Greatest Attraction of the Year BIG DANCE and FLOOR SHOW 12--PEOPLE--12 Dancing, Singing:, Comedy, Specialties GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! Tuesday Night, March 20 Admission 25c HAWKEYE CLUB L: G. Stevens, Vera Holman Are Married Mason City Couple Speaks Vows at Little Brown Church. Lyman G. Stevens and Miss Vera Loree Holman of Mason City were married at the Little Brown church near Naslua Sunday' afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr, Stevens is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stevens, living near Masou City, and the bride, the daughter of W. C. Holman of LaForte, Ind., g r anddaughter of Mrs. C. A. H o l m a n , 211 First s t r e e t southeast. The Rev. William Kent per- f o r m e d t h e ceremony and Mrs. L. G. tte a " endanTte Stevens were Clinton L. Stevens, brother of the bride. The bride was attired in a light blue silk rattana gown. Following the ceremony, the couple 'left for a short" wedding trip to "Michigan City, 111. The bride wore a blue knobby twist suit trimmed in brown squirrel for travel. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Mason City high school. During the past year, the Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern MEXICAN ROSE This .newcomer to the quilt ranks is a gay appliqued block with a distinctly Mexican color scheme of dark rose, yellow, and two shades of green. A more recent copy of this design, however, is made with the rose petals of a 'gay yellow and rose print, combined with two shades of green and deep rose. .The colors naturally are a matter of choice. This pattern is from Quilt Book No. 18 which contains six other patterns. For your copy 'send 10 cents in stamps or coin to Quilt department. Mason City Globe-Gazette, 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. Y. Be sure to ask for book No. 18. bride was director of first aid for the American Red Cross at LaPorte. She has also conducted classes in life saving at Fish Lake, Ind., and first aid classes for the firemen and policemen at LaPorte. LORD'S SUPPER, CHRIST'S DIVINITY DISCUSSED HERE Lenten Theme Continues in Church Services in Mason City. The Importance of the Lord's Supper, the Resurrection, the Divinity of Christ and the beauty of friendship were among the subjects (Jig- cussed at the Mason City churches Sunday. "Conditions of a Perfect t Friendship" was the theme of Davies' sermon in ' the First Presbyterian church. H. E. Redfield was appointed superintendent of Sunday school filling the vacancy created by the removal of Carleton Sebern from the city. "In the life, ministry and example of Jesus we find the conditions which form a perfect friendship," said the Rev. G. K. Davies. "We see it in the willingness of Jesus to lay down his life for his friends. No greater evidence of friendship can a man give than this. Yet scarcely for a servant will a man sacrifice his life. The greatness of the sacrifice calls for friendship even as He said, "I call you'no longer servants, but friends." . I Friendship is based upon obedi- A national field representative, A. H. Brown, presented first aid certificates to her classes of firemen and policemen. You are invited to . . .. inspect the new A I R C O O L E D Electrolux GAS REFRIGERATOR Now on display "it is endorsed and recommended by the entire gas industry Did you know that? A little less than 2% of the average family's living: cost is spent for gas service. About 3S% of the average family's l i v i n g cost is · spent for food. A dollar's worth of food plua a comparitively few cents worth of gas to cook it--equals several dollars worth of prepared food. facts about Electrolux 1. Permanently silent . . . . 2. Has no moving parts . . . 5. Tiny gas flame is whole works 4. No repairing required . . . 5. Economical in operation . . TI T T /"IT F» S\ T TT V 6 - Has temperature control t L t C I K u U J A 7. THE LfCZd REFRIGERATOR A P R O D U C T OF S E R V E L Non-stop defrosting 8. Ample food- space . 9. Plenty of ice cube* . Approved refrigerators may also be purchased from o t h e r reliable- dealers in this community.- -|CSES NO WATEB - O I UTWARDLY, this remarkable, new, gas refrigerator looks about the same as most of the other brilliant, nev/, automatic refrigerators. Inside, it is different--different in that a tiny gas flame takes the place of all moving parts--different in that this same tiny flame, completely guarded . by an- automatic shut off, circulates the refrigerant which is cooled by ordinary air. Because of this difference Electrolux offers you everything you can expect from an automatic refrigerator--and a little bit more. You get absolute and permanent silence--nothing to cause noise or vibration. You get economy of operation. You get freedom from repairs--only moving parts wear and need repairing. Electrolux has none. Other features include---split shelves for tall bottles--cold control that speeds freezing--trays that release at the trip of a trigger--generous ice cube capacity. Stop in SOOR by all means. See the Electrolux--and hear about it--before you purchase that new refrigerator. P G KQPLES GAS AND ELECTKIC COMB^NY | THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF SATISFIED ELECTROLUX USERS -- STOP IN -- SEE THE NEW MODELS TOMORROW ence to the law of friendship. And that law is love. "Ye are My friends if ye do the things which I command you." One may keep on the high level of friendship with Him as one is willing to keep His commands. A Christian is therefore not merely one who lives negatively and measures the relative goodness of his life by what he does not do such as keeping the Ten Commandments. A Christian's yardstick is the degree of attainment in the doing of the commands which Jesus has given. "Abide ye in My word," "love one another," "Bear witness of Me" and "go ye into all the world." As a friend of Jesus we stand or fall upon the love that constrains us to action." Proves Divinity. "If one will disprove Christ's Divinity, he must first prove that Christ never made a host of statements similar to this of His: 'I am the Resurrection and the Life, He that believeth on he shall never die,' stated the Rev. Walter H. Kampen of Central Lutheran church in bis sermon Sunday morning. 'Or, must he prove that the Christ was juilty of arrogance and vanity. "Christ's nativity is a mystery and in His Resurrection and of Himself He says: 'Only you who believe in Me can come to where I am.' "What a full rich meaning life Slave lived with Him Who proclaims Himself the Resurrection. As we walk the Easter way we must search anew the meaning of His 2ross that we might make His Cross triumphant, as we walk hand in iand together unto Him who says Believe in Me and Live.' " Mary's "Magnificat." Mary's "Magnifcat" in Luke 1:46-55 gave the theme to the morning sermon at the Trinity Lutheran church. 'Mary's confession of her low estate and her trust in God her Savior ,s an example of a penitent soul's trust in the Lord," said tie Rev. O. N. -Wigdahl. Mary does not take honor to herself but gives all the lonor to God who has done such great things and showed mercy unto all them that fear and trust in Him :or salvation. Mary very humbly takes the relation of a penitent soul :o Him who is the Savior of sinners. Speaks on "Supper." At St. James Lutheran church the Rev. O. Mall spoke on "The' Holy liord's Supper." "The confessional service," the pastor said, "is a preparation for the Lord's supper. "Let man examine himself and so let him eat of that bread and drink of .hat cup." In this supper the Lord comes in an intimate way to each one. He deals with each one separately. 'In this Holy Supper the believing soul receives the forgiveness of his sins, his soul is nourished, his faith s strengthened. All this is necessary in a Christians' life. These are only some of the. things a true Christian must do in order to receive eternal life. 'In this Holy Supper the Chris- Jan also has communion with the jlessed Christ Himself. He receives Jie true body and the true blood of his Lord,' as Jesus Himself said, This is My body; this is My blood.' There is also a strengthening of the jond of Christian fellowship among Christians." Substance Discussed. 'Substance" was the subject of the lesson-sermon in the Church of Christ, Scientist. The Golden Text was from Isaiiah 12:2, "Behold, God is my salvation; [ will trust, and not be afraid: for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation." The lesson-sermon comprised quotations from 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: '"Then said Jesus unto His disciples, if any man will come after Me, let lim. deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow .Me. For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for My sake shall find it. For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul ? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?" (Matt. 16:2426.) car was in front of 312 Twelfth street northwest at the time. The chimney of Mrs. Helen Brewer's residence at 15 Tyler avenue southwest, burned out about 10 o'clock Sunday evening. Garden Conference Planned. ST. PAUL, March 19. (/P)--Problems confronting the home gardener and fruit grower will be considered at University farm here, March 28 and 29-during a two day conference which will serve as a substitute for the annual horticultural short courso which has been temporarily discon* tinucd. ITCHING IRRITATION Even in persistent cases where parts are sore and tender--comfort follows. ··^^ the soothing touch of (· Resmol Dan Allen Wins City Marble Championship in Y.M.C.A. Tourney Dan Allen, 1716 Delaware avenue southeast, won the city championship in marble playing Saturday afternoon. A member of a Pioneer club at the Y. M. C. A., Allen defeated Victor Groh, 1518 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, in the Pioneer finals. Allen lost the first game but won the next two. Then Allen played Lorenzo Burgess, .Friendly Indian titlist, and was victorious, winning the ' city championship. Allen succeeds Everett Austin as city champion. Last year, Austin, who was then a Friendly Indian, beat Orville Robertson, Pioneer champ, to win the city title. Both Austin and Robertson, who competed this year in the Pioneer division, lost out in early rounds of play. Three Minor Fires D i s t u r b Tranquil Week-End in City Only three minor fires disturbed a tranquil week-end for the local fire department. Sparks from the chimney of the Frank Cawley home, 12 Twelfth street southeast, started a small roof fire about 7:30 Saturday night. At 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon the motor of an automobile owned by J. Van Sisc, Charles City, backfired and set fire to the carburetor. The Final Week of Our 2-CARLOAD PURCHASE SALE LEVIN FLOOR SAMPLE LIVING ROOM SUITES SEE THEM ALL! Side by side -- hundreds of the newest styles in quality living room suites/Every new design ... every new color, and fabric. And just look what the LEVIN Floor Sample Suite Sale has done to the prices. USE YOUR CREDIT AT WOLF'S 100% Mohair in Popular Colors Smartly styled.suite in a wide assortment of colors. Included are Rose-taupe, Green, Rust, Bergundy. Black and Taupe. 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