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'! -- ARY 23 Bi 1931 ^^ ^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 15 ; Want Ads Will 6 Go Get" A Buyer for Your Used Car--Advertise It! GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT AD RATES.' FiJteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subsequent Insertion. (Count five average words to the line.) Seven insertions are given for the price of six. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADVERTISING. 70e per column inch each Insertion. A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or not later than 24 hours thereafter. Answers to blind advertisements must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care ol the Globe-Gazette. Under no circumstances will the Globe-Gazette reveal the name of those inserting ·'blind" advertisements Personals-- SPECIAL V UNTIL MARCH 1 I Guaranteed permanent wave, 2 for V $5.50. j} We pay no rent. You will save the ; difference. WILLIAMSON'S 9 9th N. K. Ph. S743 V Lost and Fpimd-- 'j. LOST--White Spitz dog. Ph. 4036W ' Reward. v LOST--Large Boston bull. Child's pet. Reward. Ph. 1470W. Money to Loan-LOANS £ $300 \\ --on-|J. DIAMONDS-FUHNlTURE-A.UTOS-SALA.pt :·;· No Publicity No Delays U 1 to 20 Months to Repay I SECURITY LOAN CO. A 321 1st NatL Bk. Phone 412 OANS Household AND Automobiles BEPAY IN 1 TO 20 MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS I C. L. PINE LOAN CO. 304-5-6 Weir Bldg. tj State St. Fed. Ave. Phone 324 · M O N E Y if O K A L L P U R P O S E S Loaned on your iuto, Furniture or Other Security. Cars refinanced on smaller payments. HOME LOAN FINANCE CO. 2nd Floor M. B. A. Bldg. Phone 727 WE ARE in a. position to make some good choice first mortgages on Mason City .residence properties at 6 / 4 %. KEHM LAND CO. Phone 837 Situations Wanted-- EXP. TRUCK DRIVER wants any kind of work. Write S-3S, GLOBE-GAZETTE MARRIED MAN wants job on farm. Experienced. References. CHAS. BENTER ALLISON WANTED Position by retail salesman. 8 yrs. exp. Write K-23, GLOBE-GAZETTE WANTED--General hswk. by exp. girl. Especially good with child- Ten. Ph. 3123J. Help Wanted, Malt WANTED--Married man without children to work on farm, Reliable and esp. State wages expected. Write R-30, Globe-Gazette. WANTED--Married man on farm. Mrs. F. E. Gentry, Clear Lake. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W. WANTED^-Good steady man for filling station. Write T-23, Globe- Gazette. WANTED---Elderly couple who wants good home in exchange for helping with chores. Write Y-2S, Globe-Gazette. Help Wanted, Female-- For Rent, Rooms-- FOR RENT--Fine warm furnished room. Private entrance. Ph. 1321. FOR RENT--4 rm. modern apt. See J.'B. Youngblood. Ph. 36. FOR RENT--Mod. well furn. rm., close In. Ph. 3491W. FOR RENT--Mod. apt., 3 rms. and bath, 2 Murphy beds. Call 210. FOR RENT--Comfortable furn. sip. ^ rm. 203 1st S. E. X3R RENT--2 slpg. rms. in private home. Ph. 2D29WR. FOR RENT--5 rm. duplex apt. E. V. Harper. Ph. 1773 or 1445. FOR RENT--Hskg. rms. Ph. 2338W. WANTED--Woman between 25 and 80 to do housework. More for home than wages. Call at 1406 2nd S. E. after 6 p. m. FOR RENT Furnished room in new home. Close in. PHONE 487 FOR RENT--Nice apt. Knights of Columbus bldg. x §ee J. A. Sullivan. Ph. 83 or 1919. WANTED--Capable woman to do housework on farm, one without children preferred. Write D-21, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. Salesmen Wanted-- WANTED--Young man to travel in nearby counties. About ?27.50 per week to start. Car furnished where necessary. Write J-16, Globe-Gazette. STEADY, reliable man needed immediately to handle our business in Mason City. Responsible position. Permanent work. Experience unnecessary. Honesty, ambition essential. Must have car. Pay starts at once. Write fully. Syncro Motors Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Trade or Exchange-- WILL TRADE home in Berwyn 111 for farm or will rent farm. Write Frank Matouselc, 2321 S. Weslev Ave., Berwyn, III. I OWN GOOD SOUTH DAKOTA FARM LAND, CLEAR to exchange for well Improved Iowa farm or up to date city property. E. E, HARRISON Forest City lowa Business Location-FOR RENT Office and small warehouse space. PHONE 50 Phalen Cleaners Services Offere'd-- WANTED--Bundle or family washings. Ph. 3656. PAINTING, paper h'ging. Ph. 2777. INSTRUCTOR of piano. Term rates. Mabel McEvven Taylor. Ph. 1913. MIRRORS resilvered, work guaranteed. Ph. 1460J. 20 4th N. W. x PLASTERING new and repairing Work guaranteed. Harry Fleming. Ph. 3459J. Paper'g., paint'g. Stewart. 2S35W. PAPERING, Painting. Klarr. 2127W. TRIMMING trees. Ph. 3549. Mullen. PHONE 3538J J. DAHLSTROM Paper hanging and Fainting. Let us estimate your work PAINT'G., Paperg. Turner. 1470J. WANTED--Sewing, plain and fancy. 2904W. CARPENTER Repair work any kind. Reasonable. Call 2338W. UPHOLSTERING, Repairing. Cornstock Furn. Co., Phone 2708. A. H. SKELLINGER Building mover. Now located at Cerro Gordo Hotel. PHONE FOR INFORMATION For Sale, Livestock- FOR SALE--Guernsey bull calf, 8 mos. old. Walter Kahl. Ph. 2SF31. SINGLE Exp. farm hand wants job. Call John Prespen, Hanlontown. FOR SALE j Yearling Jersey bull, very typy and good production. $75. Fred J. Paullus Hamptoq, Iowa EXP. Practical nurse wants work. Ph. 3127. Household Goods-- FOR SALE--4 burner Ker-o-gas oil stove in good cond. Ph. 3372W. Used , FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought, Sold and Exchanged GRAHAM'S New and Second H a n d S t o r e 204 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. PHONE 301 Former Location of Mason City Hardware Aoctiom Sale Furniture ni lltli N. E. and North Federal 1:30 P. M., FRIDAY, FEB. 27, 1931 Dressers, Stands, Singer Sewing Machine, Beds, Springs and Mattresses, Dining Room Set, Cots, Racking Chairs and Straight Chairs, Kitchen Cahlnet, GO.S Stoves, Kitchen Ware nnd Dishes. Many articles not listed here. Bring what yon have to sell. J. M. ROBERTSON, Auct. H. E. SWARNER, Clerk. FOR SALE Purebred registered Guernsey bull, 3 yrs. old. William Hunilin Ph. 19F12 FOR SALE Choice Duroc brood sows, 300 to 400 Ibs. J. RUSSELL CURRIER FOR SALE--Few light hogs, some red steers. C. Wolford, Clear Lake. For Sale, Miscellaneous-- HAY FOR~SALE~TM~' Good bright timothy, with small mixture of clover. Inquire at fnrm 4/j miles S. E. of Mason City, or 1 mile west of Portland. F. R. BARGLOF FOR SALE--One 8 ft. show case. Will sell cheap. Ph, 966. LENT SPECIALS Fish, 6 to 10 kinds. New Jumbo Oysters--called the nations largest. Crabs, live Clams nnd sea foods. Prices lower at the GRIGGS FISH MARKET Ventura J 0 wa FOR SALE--HAY. Phone 1435-W. FOR SALE 4,500 Ibs. Japanese millet. Germination test 80% to 70%. $1 per hundred if you haul it yourself. Write E. D. DUNLOP P. O. Box 721 City FOR SALE--Burr oak posts at Fertile. L. L. Ebaugh, Clear Lake. la. i''Ur: H A ivrJ--Walnut spinet practically new. Phone 55 or write Box 437, Nora Springs. FOR RENT--Furn. hskg. and slpg. rms. Ask Mrs. Harris. FOR RENT--Mod. furn. hakg. rm., everything furn., garage if desired. Ph. 1210W. 714 N. Penn. FOR RENT 2-rm. apt. with kitchenette, furnished. NINTH NORTHEAST FOR RENT--Furn. room for light hskg. 404 W. State. FOR RENT--Rm., close in. Gentlemen pref. Ph. 1351. 406 1st N. E. FOR RENT--Warm slpg. rm. 2974J. FOR RENT--Bedrm. 224 W. State. FOR RENT--Furn. Igt. hskpg. rms. Ph. 1460-J. 20 Fourth St. N. W. FOR RENT--Furn. sleeping rms., close in. 122 2nd N, W. FOR RENT--Rooms. 132 2nd S. W FOR RENT Desirable furn. hskpg. rms., hot water heat, hard wood floors, newly decorated. 672 E. State. FOR RENT 2 and 3 furn. light hskpg-. rooms, private entrance. 812 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA FOR RENT--Slpg. rm. Ph. 593. FOR RENT--Sleeping rm. in modern home, close In. Phone 917W. FOR RENT--Furn. hskg. rm'a., private entrance. 207 6th N. E. Wanted to Buy-- WANTED -- To purchase grocery store fixtures. What have you? Write W-23, Globe-Gazette. WANTED TO BUY Must be apparently as good :is new nnd quality goods. 2 or 3 Wilton or Oriental rugs or similar, dining room suite, bedroom suites, range, kitchen cabinet, etc. Must be big sacrifice. Cash Write X-28, GIobc-Gazete, at once. Musical Instruments-- FOR SALE--Haynes silver flute. Ph. 173. Board and Room-- FOR RENT 2 nJce rms. and board. One suitable 215 N. WASHINGTON PH. 38741 For Rent, Apartments FOR RENT--Mod. 4 room heated apartment, garage, 525. Ph. 3054. FOR RENT--Heated apt. Ph. 2877. FOR RENT--3-rm. mod. apt. 116 7th N. E. Ph. 2329. For Sale or Rent-FOR 20 acres, March 1, with buildings ' PHONE ED BENHART Plymouth I 0 \va Poultry and Eggs- FOR SALE--Leghorn hens, 50c. Ph. 12F4. For Rent, Houses-- Do you want to rent, buy or sell a home. Call W. H. Briar. Ph. 3414. FOR RENT Modern 7 room house, garage. 719 Tenth N. E. Possession March 1. Phone 2244 F. W. Brown FOR RENT--4 rm. house. Ph. 999. FOR KENT New modern 7 room house with garage, a dandy home, $45 per month. Another good one at $35. Well furnished summer cottage, fine location, $300 for season. One of the best lake shore cottages, with garage, $375 for season. Let us show you. FREEMAN KENi'ON, Clear Lake FOR RENT--5 rm. mod. house. 503 S. Adams. FOR RENT--(i rm. partly mod. house, close in. Phone 1033J. FOR RENT--7 rm. all mod. home. 145 Sixth S. W. Inq. 615 S. Adams. FOR RENT--2 new houses, 6 street SE. Ph. 808 after 6 p. m. 2177. FOR RENT 7-room modern house--$30. MORRIS REALTY CO FOR RENT Houses 510-$50 mo'ntli. Lake shore cottages, modern, $125-$500 season. Cottages 2 blks. from lake $75-$l75 season. Year around cottage, 10- rms., garage, arranged for roomers and apt, a place to make money. For Sale--Extra well built cottage, bungalow, well furnished, lot 40x150. $1,200, terms. See us for good business openings. PHONE 404 C. S. Collins Clear Lake FOR RENT--Mod. 6-rm. house. 1st S. E. Phone S224J. Business and Professional Directory Auto Electrical and Battery Service -- AND ELECTRIC CO. NEW BATTERIES SS.nO Ants Vour Old Dnttcnr 304 SECOND S. W. PHONE 389 Tailor--^ T. O. SELBY MERCHANT TAILOR New Spring Styles--Suits S35 to $75 Opposite Hanford Hotel Ph. 1158 Funeral Directors-- McAULEY FUNERAL HOME 8 South Adams Phone 651 PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 322 N. Washington Phone 1140 Radio Service-PAUL'S RADIO SERVICE Experienced Radiotricians on All Radios s Phono 355 7 2nd St. S. W.--K. C. Bklg. RADIO ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Specialists in Repairing Radio and electric appliances. PHONE 489 4th St. N. E. and N. Federal CAFES COZY INN CAFE Meals und Short Orders Home Made Bread and Pastry 932 East Stato Mrs. Mnynard's Special cakes for special occasions. Homo-made angel food, Lady Baltimore, etc., baked on order. !)29 N. Federal Phone 8997 Brake Service-R E E BnilU! Inspection RUS8K1.1, BltAK/i SKRVICK Phone 373 20 2nd S. W. Contractors -- Ufncral Uulldlnt 'onlrnolor« Uepalr tvnib Alteration Woik Smnll Unlcn HandlcA rromptly 81» Ko. iTcs. Ave. Plume S3! Repair Work-- HARRY A. WALTEH SPEEDWAY GARAGE 60S S. Pres. Ave. Gcneml Rrpntr Work nnd Stnrtiffc--npeclnl- lf.Ing on Onklnncl and I'ontlac. Opnn ove- nlnzn nnd Suniluy momlns. Day nnd Nlsht Service. Triers on repairing nnd mrvlcn rnlnccd (liirlnit February. Alt wnrk ctmrniitcpd. PHONE 1196 Chiropodist- JOHN D. REELER CHIROPODIST Office now open xvith all the latest methods ol procedure. 810 1st Natl. Bank Bldg. Office phone 331; residence phone 844. ' Service Stations-SWENSON'S DIAMOND SERVICE STATION Diamond Gasoline and 7GO Motor Oils. Phone 183 82(5 E. State Used Automobiles-- WE BUY--WB SELL-WE TRADE Used Cars Exclusively Ph. 3993. Del. 2nd St. S. E. We Finance Time Payment Sales LARSEN AOTO MARKET Brick Contractors-- Before you do any kind of BRICK WORK call for Information and estimates. MAX PETERSEN Phono 10B7 210S South Federal HENRY HEIDERICH Phone 8978W 730 15th Place N. E. REAL ESTATE-THEODORE Real Estate -- Steamship Agency 12i/ 2 2nd Street Northeast Telephone 8034 Barber Shops-- UNION SHOP Experienced ISnrbers Corner Federal nnd 14th Northwest Early Order Prices on Quality BABY CHICKS "PEERLESS PEEPS ARE BETTER" Do not bo misled by various qualities as Standard, Super and Triple Quality. We sell you only one grade--the best. Per 100 White or Buf. Leghorns $ 9.00 White, Bar Buf. Rocks and S. C. Reds $11.00 White Wydts., R. C. Reds, Buf. and White Orp $11.50 Heavy Assorted £ 9.00 Light Assorted $ 7.00 Above prices are for all orders placed at once--$2 per 100 deposit. WE WILL DELIVER THE CHICKS WHEN YOU WANT THEM Telephone 1S39 THE PEERLESS HATCHERY CO. 404 South Federal Avenue Lenten Themes Being Continued by Pastors Temptation of Christ and Need of Repentance Stressed; Mid-Week Services Started. The temptation of Christ, the need of prayer and repentance, Christian fellowship and kindred topics were discussed by ministers in the Mason Uty churches Sunday. Most of the ministers gave expression to some phase of the Lenten theme. Mid-week Lenten services have Been started by several churches. These will continue until Easter. REDENBAUGH ON LENTEN SERMONS FOR SALE--M. B. Toms and alfalfa hay. Frank Renshaw. Ph. 20F3. St. John's Rector begins Sunday morning Lenten sermons to preach series of sermons on the Christian doctrine of the ressurection. The Rev. Robert Redenbaugh declared Sunday morning at St. John's church that "the crucifixion, death and ressurection of our Lord was no mere sun-splash, it was stark reality, as rea! as anything we know in life today." He pointed out that "Christianity segan with a cross and an empty tomb," and that "as we study the message of the new testament we find that it rests upon tlie dual facts PRICED FOR QUICK SALE Bronro turkey toms und hens. MRS. GREGORY LINDON Clear Lake, Iowa FOIl SALE 5S5 choice single Combed Hhorte Island Red laying pullets, will mixkc nice- flock for one wanting to change breeds. BURTON PRESCOTT Ph. 1SF22 Clear Lake, In. Business Opportunities-'* *~ · *----*· - ~ ~ *·, * -^-~ *·--··,~.~.*^.^^ JAFE FOR SALE--All new, new brick building. Good location in town of 1000, So. Minn. Selling on account of health. Write S-16, :iobe-Gazette. IT IS SAFE TO BUY TRIPLE - BLOODTESTED CHICKS If a hatchery company does not have Triple Bloodtested , Chicks they can't sell them. We have them nnd we sell them cheaper than ordinary hatchery chicks and guarantee them to live two weeks. CUSTOM HATCHING $2.50 PER, 100 EGGS Mason City Hatchery Buy Chicks From TRIPLE BLOODTESTED STOCK $7.50 per 100 and up OUR CHICKS ARE ALL GUARANTEED We can use eggs from a few more puro bred flocks: We buy eggs from our chick customers. Brooder houses and stoves at 15 per cent reduction. Gold Medal all mash chick starter nnd No Corn Scratch at $3 per 100. Peat at $3.50 per bale, Cod Liver Oil $1.30 per gal. 5 gal. lots $1.25 per gal. Custom hatching in our electric heated and controlled Incubators $2.50 per 100. MASON CITY HATCHEUY Ph. 2041 NICHOLAS HATCHERY, Clarion ALLISON HATCHERY, Allison For Sale--Real Estate-- FOR SALE--Practically new home Wildwood. Terms. Ph. 30 or 1944. FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 2667. FOR SALE OR RENT My 2 acres on the corner of Washington imd Center street. Good modern 7-room house. Barn, chicken house, hog house and garage. Fruit of all kinds. Possession March 1. PHONE 178 V. G. Stanflold Clear Lnke FOR SALE--Mod. 5 rm. bungalow in Grandview at the right price and favorable terms. Ph. 3414. W. H. Briar. FOR SALE--Cheap 8 rm. modern house, 3 blocks from courthouse. Oak finish, hot water heat. A snap for someone. Must be seen to be appreciated. Cash or terms. Write N- 23, Globe-Gazette. FOR SALE AT BARGAIN 7-room all modern house, hot water heat, garage, lot 55x145 ft., close In, $5,000, easy terms to responsible part}-. Will take house contract as part payment. PHONE 3054 OR WRITE BOX 253 FOR SALE Cottage, 14x24, new 3 yrs. ago. Can lio, moved readily on large truck. Located 5 miles from Mason City. Price $100 cash or trade. This is n bargain. Write Z-28, GLOBE-GAZETTE FOR SALE--New home. Ph. 999. FOR SALE--Good 6 rm. hse. Must be moved by March 1. Ph. 1897. FOR SALE Cottage 4 blocks from City Park. Pavement, gas, water. Must be sold at once. W. H. WARD, Clear Lake For Rent, Farms-- FOR RENT--Acreage, 3 rm. house, garage, f r u i t «nd berries. 821 15 S. E. f the death and resurrection of esus." "Modern thot," said Father Red- inbnugh, "is trying to prove the survival of the soul by many clif- erent means, and we dare not disregard these efforts." "Death is not an illusion, It was no illusion to Our Saviour on the :ross, if our bodies are illusory, then, 'ollowing this to the logical conclusion, our soul is only an 'idea.' " "Paul," concluded Father Reden- )augh, "was convinced of the res- surrection of Jesus. His conversion urned upon that conviction." This series of sermons on ."Fundamentals o fthe Christian Faith 1 s meant to supplement the worl: of the confirmation classes. About 25 adults are to be confirmed soon and about the same number will be confirmed in May. FOR SALE Garage cr-.iipment cheap if taken at once. I'.ent cheap. Write L-23, GLCi:3-GAZETTE Wanted To Rent-- WANTED--To rent fur. light hakg. rooms downstairs. F. L. Kathan, eneral delivery. WANTED--To rent modern home or fiat, close in. Phone 2775J. Farm Machinery -- 1 Sliaw garden tractor with twin engines; I walking plow; single horse cultivator; mower; good 1,000 chick Sol Hot oil brooder; second- crop haled alfalfa; fine pony mure with saddle and bridle. J. A. PRICE CLEAR LAKE Auto Accessories -- Late Model Willys-Knight 6-cyl. Sedan · Model 70 Willys-Knight C-cyl. Sedan. New 0-ply General tires. Low mileage ;j!42r Falcon-Knight 6-cyl. Coach. Clean Late Model Chevrolet 6-cyl. Coach. Like new $S9 Late Model Whippet ' 6-cyl. Coach. New tires 54S5 Whippet 6-cyl. Sedan. Clean ..§295 Oldsmobile 6-cy], Sedan 5195 Dodge Sedan. Like new $245 Whippet 4-cyl. Coach $135 Ford Tudor .- $ 65 Dodge Sedan $ 75 Ford Coupa $ 45 Ford Touring § 45 Overland Touring $ 2 5 Sto the new i n m Willy* It nnd 8 nnd Wlltyii- K n t R h t now oti display. Price reduced froil HATHORN AUTO CO. I'HONE 417--US FOR SALE 1029 Chevrolet Truck. New tires. Steel dump box. $285. 1928 Chevrolet Lamlau. Priced to sell at once. Will take In small trade or terms. PH. 2918W LAPINER'S RELIABLE USED CARS "Guaranteed Transportation" LaSalle Sedan. Same as new $1,275 Hudson '29 Sedan. Perfect . .$ 775 Hudson '29 Coach. Clean ....$ 695 Buick Five Pass. Coupe ....$ 495 Esaex Challenger Sedan ... . .$ 495 Buiek Standard Touring ....$ 195 Chevrolet Coupe. Perfect ....!} 245 Chevrolet '26 Coupe, Al $ 145 Hudson '27 Brougham . . $ 295 Kaaex '23 Coupe, Al $ 395 Chevrolet '29 Delivery . . . . . . $ 395 SNAPS Chevrolet '23 Coupe S 25 Dodge Coupe. Clean S 45 Ford '26 Coupe. Good 85 Dodge '23 Sedan. Only $ 95 Ford '24 Delivery $ 25 Hudson '25 Coach $ 95 Essex '27 Coach. Goqd .. $ 14i Essex '26 Coach 1J 9i Easy Payments 'to All Lapleer Motor Company "THE BRIGHTEST CORNER IN TOWN" HAGGARD TALKS ON "GREAT LEADERS" The Rev. O. Mall of St. James utheran spoke on "The Sermon. Tnto Repentance by Jesus" Sunday lorning. In part he said, "Today 'e observe our annual prayer and epentance day. We observe this ay at the beginning of the Lenten cason, when we think especially of ur sins and Christ's suffering- and euth. Christ died for the sins of men. He is no respecter of persons, veryone is a sinner In His sight, localise this is a fact, let us acknowledge our sins, repent, and re- eive forgiveness. Let ws all come o the Lord Jesus with a contrite eart, and at the same time with a elievmg heart. Then the Lenten eason will become a blessing for Marie Buehler, Elsie Buehler and rtrs. Mall sang "Remain Thou With Us With Thy Grace." It was announced that the first enten service would take place Vednesday evening in German, and hat the Ladles Aid will serve a upper Thursday evening beginning at 5 p. m. Speaking from the subject, "A reat Leader on a Great Theme,' Dean A. M. Haggard of the Church of Christ said, "One of the ends I nope to attain this morning is to show how hard it is for a preacher of the gospel to avoid the use ol personal pronouns. How could Pan and Barnabas avoid such words at the close of the first missionary Journey when they returned to Aii- tioch and told all, 'all that God hns done with them,' the 12 were commissioned to be witnesses, 15 times in the gospels and in acts is this stressed. "In that chapter where Paul uses 56 personal pronouns he says 'Wherein any is bold (I speak fool ishly) I am bold also.' So I say this morning, count me foolish it you will hut let me speak boldly, using personal pronouns as naturally · us they were used in New Testamen' limes. "I doubt if anyone known th glory of Christian fellowship till h has seen it survive a storm whicl tried to sink it as a typhoon sink a ship. In 1880 our educational pro gram was able to outride th fiercest church storm I ever knevv What saved it? Fairness of eac side to the other. O the joy an glory of the happy outcome. Sue fairness, such brotherliness, sue co-operation will revolutionize tl religious world in the next 5 years." PARKER TALKS ON "THE TEMPTATION" The Rev. George A. Parke spoke Sunday morning at the Con tral Lutheran church on the "Temp tation of Jesus." He said the temp tation was no mere farce but tha Christ met the terrific test HS a man being tempted "like as we are;" The minister said the devil chos the time and place, meeting Jesus alone in the wilderness at the weak est moment of His physical life. "Jesus was hungry and the firs temptation was directed to tin physical appetite, which Is Satan', approach to every human soul,' said the pastor. "If he is successfu in this attack he needs to go m farther. The second and third temp tations of Christ were directed, ti Him in an appeal to misuse Hi divine powers and make a shorten to the Messiahship. "Jesus succeeded in overcoming Satan by having the proper type o faith to himself and his father nnc by the right use of God's word. The Rev. Mrs. Parker announcer a meeting of the class for adult in struction Monday night at 7:45 anc the mid-week Lenten service 01 Wednesday at 7:45. He said bot were open to the public. ATTENDANCE SHOWS ANOTHER INCREASE While the attendance at the Sun day school of Grace Evangelica church last Sunday was the highea it had been for a period of year: the attendance this Sunday was 1 more than last Sunday. One clas had 100 per cent in attendance. The subject of the Rev. P. W Pfaltzgraff's morning message wa "Religious Ideals nnd Realities." .· brief report of the message follows "The ten commandments and th laws In the Bible based upon them and the sermon on the mount wer unusual religious and moral stand ards of excellence. They might ap pear to be beyond the people in th time in which they were given. Ii the strength of man they would b impossible but thru the power o God man can live them. These stan dards are to he attained by th masses as well as by the individual. Checking up on ourselves as a people in this respect we must conclude that too many people do not live up to them. A very important part of our message is Christ's relation to these ideals and their reality. .Tesus put the most perfect r e a l i t y into these ideals. Tt Is not so much the question whether we arn (loinif as well as someone else but whether we arc doing it according our possibilities." The choir sang "Behold, O God, hy People," by Von Berge. The 'fferent leagues met at their reg- lar hours. The pastor talked from le theme "Noah and the Flood" at ie evening- service. The girls' 10nig sang. MALL PREACHES ON REPENTANCE CONFIRMATION CLASS . AT TRINITY CHURCH Due to the increase in the attendance of the Sunday school o£ the Trinity Lutheran church, the pastor announced that the young married folks Bible class will meet next Sunday at 23-1 Eighth street south- ;nst and the Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation Bible class will meet at 604 South Penneylvania avenue. The confirmation class was catechized by the pastor at the morning service on the c ommandment "Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep It Holy." This was the fourth catechisatlon at the morning service and will continue until con- · firmation in the early summer. At the morning service Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Jones, 234 Eighth street southeast, presented their infant daughter, Beverly Ann, for baptism. The Luther league service Sunday evening was led by Miss Vera Herskind, who was recently elected aa president of the league. Miss Corinda Anderson led the devotional service. Miss Enola Skram favored, with a song number accompanied by Beatrice Lysne. Mrs. L. A. Lysne gave a reading; The topic on the life of Washington was given by Eugene Olson. Arthur Berg played several selections on the clarinet. A Bible study in the second chapter of the gospel of St. Mark was led by the pastor. The pastor nrmouncecT that midweek Lenlen services will he held at the church every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ,', The Calvary services and Sunday school were well attended. The pastor announced that Lenten services will be held at the Calvary church every Monday evening 1 at 7:30 o'clock. AT THE HOSPITALS C. D. Sheplor, 1212 Monroe avenue northwest, who has been at Park hospital for treatment, was dismissed Sunday. Mrs. R. E. Hutzell, 721 Jersey avenue southeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Sunday. Mrs. Glenn Srandy, Portland, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Saturday. Mrs. L. T. Kinglund, Lake Mills, who has been at Mercy hospital for a major operation, was dismissed Monday. Mrs. Rupert Bowcn, 5)56 Twelfth street northeast, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Saturday. C. S. Ferrell, 107 Fifteenth street northwest, was admitted to Park hospital for a minor operation Saturday. Mrs. Melvin Kittleson and infant daughter, 129 Twenty-ninth street southwest, were dismissed from Park hospital Sunday. James Gregory, 1G Thirteenth street northwest, who has been at Park hospital for a major operation, was dismissed Saturday. Mrs. John Odden, Forest City, who underwent a minor operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Saturday. A seven pound eight ounce daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Melvia Helm, 1222 Monroe avenue northwest, at Park hospital Saturday. Henry Hitzeusen, Rockford, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Sunday. Sam Reser, Rockwell, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a major operation Sunday. Mrs. Emory Schaffer, Klemme, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Sunday. Mrs. William Snoider, Ventura, was dismissed from Mercy hospital with her i n f a n t son Sunday. H. C. Krueger, 220 Vermont avenue southeast, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. R. V. Upmeycr, Garner, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Edith Wilson, Corwith, who underwent a major operation at ^fcrcy hospital, was dismissed Sunday.

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