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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 14 THREE I Sunday at Local Cherclies n/ THE GOLDEN TEXT: 1 John 5: 14--"If we ask anything according to his will, he heareth us." BAPTIST First--Where Pennsylvania cro: ECS East State street--9:30 a. m workers' prayer circle in stud. 9:45 a. m., church scnhool; 10:50 a m, morning worship, theme, "Wh Every Christian Should Tithe Next Sunday begins the every mem her canvass. 5 to 6 p. m., trainin school with classes in worshi; world vision, psychology for teach ers and the Old Testament. Mon day, 7:30 p. m., the music commi tee meets. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m church school teachers and officer meet. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., coach ing conference for every membe canvassers at the church. Thursda; 7:30 p. m., special rehearsal fo Easter music by the choir at th church. Friday, 2:30 p. m., Worn an's Mission circle, leader, Mr: Charles Gasswint, theme, Benga, Orissa, place, Mrs. H. A. Phillips home, 325 Second street northeas and Mrs. Brown's circle is hostess Saturday, 2 p. m., junior choir prac tice at the parsonage. 3 p. m., pas tor's class in the study.--J. Le Lewis, pastor. CATHOLIC St. Joseph's--Masses at 6:80, 9:15 and 10:30. Rosary and bene diction, 4 p. m. The Rt. Rev. P. S O'Connor, pastor. The Rev. Jame K. Cassidy, M. A., and the Rev Carl E. Kurt, assistants. Holy Family -- Second stree northwest. Sunday masses at 7, 8 9:15 and 10:30 a. m. The Rev. R. P Murphy, the Rev. A. J. Bohrer an the Rev. William Mullen, assistants Lehigh Catholic Chapel--Servic every Sunday at 9 a. m. Confession before mass. Catechism 15 minute after mass.--The Rev. A. J. Bohrer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientis --Washington and Third stree northwest--Sunday services, 11 a m.; subject, "Substance." Sundaj school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesday eve ning testimonial meeting, 7:45 p m. Reading room, east end o church. Week days, 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST First--Bible school, 9:30: W. Kollman, superintendent; morning worship, 10:43; communion service" voca solo by Miss DikKa Moen; ser mon, third in a series on "Ou Great Christian Beliefs," " I Be lieve in the Holy Spirit." 6:30 Christian Endeavor; 7:30. evenin; worship; vocal solo by Mrs. Berli Clawson; sermon, "When Jesus Was Angry." Wednesday at 7:30 prayer meeting series on "Teach U. to Pray," topic, "Give Us Our Dail; Bread."--David L. Kratz, pastor -Miss Dikka Moen, choir- director Mrs. Wallace Allen, organist. CONGREGATIONAL ' Â· First--Sunday school at 9:30, C E. Oilman, superintendent. A mar ried people's class taught by Mr Oilman provided for parents while waiting for their children. Mornin, worship at 10:45. ilusic by the vested choir under the. direction of Mrs W. L. Bennett will include a quartet selection, "Cast Thy Burden Upon Thy Lord" by Williams and an an- thcm, "The Lord Is Nigh Unto Them That Fear Him" by Toner The pastor will preach on "The Value of the One." At 6:30 the Pilgrim Fellowship will meet to hear Curtis Yelland review the book "I Was a Pagan" by V. c. Kitchen Wednesday, the fourth Lenten service will be held at 7:30, the theme being "Can We Pray?" This church unites with other religious forces in the community to observe Inter- Faith Good-Will day to be held in the high school auditorium at 2:30 Sunday. The Rev. A. S. Carlson will preach at the Olivet M. E. church at 7:30. EVANGELICAL Grace -- 1400 Adams avenue northwest--9:45, Sunday school, C. E. Baker, superintendent; 10:55, morning service for worship; 2:30, Inter-Faith Fellowship service at the high school auditorium to which folks of all faiths are invited; 6:45, three groups of young folks will meet. There will be no regular evening service. Monday, 7:30, Sunday school board meeting. Wednesday, 7:30, midweek service. Thursday. 2 o'clock, general Ladies' Aid meeting.--H. C. Brunemeier, minister. LUTHERAN Bethlehem--Between Fourth and Fifth streets on Delaware avenue northeast. 9 a. m., graded Sunday school and Bible classes. 10 a. m., English service. 11 a. m., German service. The pastor will preach on "The Cross of Christ--Foolishness and Shame to Some, but Wisdom and Glory to Others," 1 Cor., 18-28. Monday evening at 7:30 adult instruction at the parsonage. Wednesday evening at 6:30 and Saturday morning at 9 confirmation instruction. Wednesday evening at S German Lenten service. Thursday evening at 7:45 English Lenten service. The pastor will preach on "Woman, Behold Thy Son."--C. A. Hinz. pastor. Central--Where East State crosses Connecticut avenue. 9:45 a. m., the church school. 11 a. m., Divine worship. The sermon theme: "Walk As Children of Light."--"For yc were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: Walk as children of Light." Ephesians V:8. Prelude, "Largo." Anthem, "We Praise Thee, O God," Lorenz. Offertory, "Intermezzo,'' Stults. Postlude, "Sarabande," Handel. Sunday, 6:30 p. m.. the Luther League devotions. Monday, 4:30 p. m.. confirmation class of instruction. Monday. 8 p. m.. Southeast Group of the ladies' Guild. Mrs. Louise Alstad and Mrs. O. C. Sorlien, hostesses. Wednesday. 7:45 P. m., the Lenten vesper service. The sermon theme: "In the palace of the High Priest." Tuesday. S p, m.. the League business and social hour at. the church parlors. Wednesday. SMC Faith Speakers --Photo by Lock FATHER J. K. CASSIDY Catholic Church --Photo by Russell THE REV. WILLIAM GALBRETH Protestant RABBI AVERY J. GROSSFLELD Jewish Faith The above three will be the speakers at the community Inter- Faith Good Will day to be observed Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the high school auditorium. Each will speak 12 minutes on the general theme; "How Can We Achieve Inter-Faith Good Will?" Following each address there will be a short question period. Miss Ellen Smith will lead in community singing. The Rev. J. Lee Lewis will otter the invocation and the Rev. D. L. Kratz give the benediction. . m.. the church choir.---Walter H. dampen, pastor. Imnianuel--Corner Fifth and Jer- ;ey southeast. Sunday school at 8:30. Morning worship at 10:30. Ser mon, "The Commandment of Love." Anthem, "O Jesus, Thou Art Stand- ng," Oley Speaks. Evening service at 7:30. Sermon, "The Joy and Hope if the Christian." Missionary Soci- :ty meeting Tuesday at 8, with Mrs. j. A. O'Green, 740 Fourth street :outhwest. Northern district Mis- lon. meeting Wednesday at 7:30. Visiting pastors, the Rev. D. Verner wanson, Cowrie, the Rev. C. -A. ienander, Pomeroy, and the Rev. t. F. Hammarlof, Manson. North- ast division Thursday at 2:30 with Irs. Hnry Herfindahl, 314 South ndiana avenue. Choir Friday at :30. Junior Mission Band Saturday t 2, with Esther Nygren, 240 Twen- ieth street southeast.--B. T. Er- olm, pastor. Our Savior's--Corner of Twenty- ifth and Jefferson southwest. Morn- ng worship at 9., sermon by student f the Lutheran Theological semin- ry, Minneapolis. Confirmation class 1.--H. O. Urness, pastor. St. James -- 502 Sixth street outheast. Graded Sunday school, 9 . m., Helmer Kapplinger, superin- cndent, Ella Woisnak, secretary nd treasurer. American services at 0 a. m. Theme: "Honest Now!" A ermon for young folks. Senior choir ngs "0 Rest in the Lord." Luther eague meets at 7 p. rn. sharp. On rogram: Helen Buehler and the ev. O. Mall. Roll call, a New Test- ment passage in which Jesus eaks of Himself. German Lenten rvice VVedncsday. 7:45 p. m. herne: "Christ's Suffering Fore)ld." Lutheran Friendship Society, hursday. S p. m.. with Mr. and Mrs. . Roller and Mr. and Mrs. K. Tims civmÂ£ Litjirs \H] division group 2, Thursday, 2 p. m., hostess. Mrs. Raymond Keister; group 3, Friday, 2 p. m., hostess, Mrs. Augusta Frenz; group 4, Friday. 2 p. m.. hostess, Mrs. Elsie Slock. Confirmation instruction every afternoon, 2 p. m. Senior choir Friday; boys' choir Saturday. All children, confirmed within the last two years, see the pastor this coming week, at the parsonage.--Oswald E. C. Mall, pastor. Trinity--508 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Early service. 8:45 a. m. Prelude. Lucille Gravlie. Contralto solo, "selected" Miss Clarene Oddcn. Sermon, "Christ's Heartsearching Il'S," John 8. 31-44, by the Rev. J. O. Reitan, evangelist, guest speaker. Sunday school and Bible classes, 9:45 o'clock, J. C. Odden, superintendent. Morning service, 10:45 a. m. Prelude, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson. Contralto solo, "selected," Miss Clarene Odden. Sermon, "John Three Sixteen" by the Rev. J. O. Reitan. Luther League "Fireside Hour" 5:30 p. m. Program by the Waldorf Seminar group of Forest City. Program topic, "Following the Master." Duet, "selected," Elnor Olson and Bernett Salven. Talk, "Requisites for Following the Master," Ernest Quam. Talk, "Rewards for Following the Master," Emerson Urelius. Duet, "selected," Elnor Olson and Bernett Salven. Luncheon and social hour. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. J. O. Reitan will preach the sermon on the theme: The Law and the Gospel" and will illustrate the message with pictures. The evangelistic meetings will continue through the week with meetings each night at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. L. A. Whipple, 707 Eleventh street northeast, will entertain the Trinity Lincoln circle Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. The General Ladies Aid meeting has been postponed to the following week on account of the Cooking school. Confirmation class Saturday at 8 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Sixth and seventh grades at 9:30 a. m.--0. L. N. Wigdahl, pastor Calvary--1615 Delaware avenue northeast Sunday school, 9 a. m. Mrs. W. Parsons, superintendent. Morning service, 9:45 o'clock with sermon by the Rev. J. 0. Reitan, evangelist. The evening service at 7:30 p. m. will be under the auspices of the Waldorf Seminar group. Miss Hannah Schonhovd, parish worker will meet with the confirma- ,ion class Saturday at 9 a. m.-- O. L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. METHODIST First--9:30, church school. Judge Clark s class in courthouse. Queen Esthers in P. G. and E. 9:30, Church of youth, Harriet Seaman, director; H. E. Payne, leader of music. 10:45, morning worship. Sermon theme: "Portraits of the Master--III, the Great Physician." Special music: "Andante," Alexis (Mrs. Patchcn); "The Lord Is My Shepherd," Mac- farrcn (chorus choir); "Abide With Me," Charles Scott (girls' choir): "Postlude,' Flaglcr. 6, young people's service.--Clarence E. Flynn, minister. Free--144 Sixth street southwest. 9:45, Sunday school. 10;45, morning worship. Sermon theme, "Heroes and Cowards." 7:30, evening service. Woman's prayer circle Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the E.'H. Kirby home, 252 Sixth street southeast. The opening service of the Plymouth district quarterly meeting will be held here Thursday evening. There will be morning, afternoon and evening services Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The evening services will be evangelistic.--A. W. Schmidt, minister. Zion and Olivet--At Zion--10 a. m., morning xvorship and sermon. Theme. "Why the Holy Spirit." 11 a. m.. church school. Carl Grupp, superintendent; 6:45 p. m.. young people's services. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday evening, place to be announced. At Olivet--10 a. m., church school, C. K. Kinney, superintendent. 11:10, morning worship and sermon. Theme. "Why the Holy Spirit.' Selection by the chorus choir, Mrs. Leon H. Woodward, director and accompanist. Troop 12, Boy Scouts, will attend in a body. Young people's services al 6 and 6:30 p. m. 7:15 p. m., song service and sermon by the Rev. Alexander Carlson of the Congregational church. Tuesday evening, 5:30. Ladies' Aid Society supper. Wednesday, 2 p. m.. Home Guards meet with Esther Olson. Wednesday evening choir practices.--William Galbrcth. minister. PRESBYTERIAN First--North Washington at N i n t h street northwest. 9:45 church school. Worship theme: "The Duties of a church member." 11 a. m. Worship service. Organ selections by Miss Stevens include "Morning Song," Davis; "Twilight," Shackley, and "Minuetle Pomposo," Harris. Sermon by the pastor on "Gaining Mastery." 6:30 p. m. The Forum. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Lenten service and teachers meeting. Friday. 2:30 Missionary society in church parlors.--George K. Davies, minister. 1. O. O. F.--2 p. m. Sunday school. 3 p. m. church.--George K. Davies. chaplain. East Side--10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Worship service. Prelude. Orchestra. Offertory. Selection, choir. Sermon. "Measuring the Church."--Frank Shefflor. Bud Con- Ion, Supt-. MISCELLANEOUS Christian Missionary Alliance-616 Delaware avenue northeast 'Faith and Obedience--do Paul and James Disagree?" will be the subject of the morning sermon. In the evening the subject will be, "The Riches of His Grace." Monday evening there will be a general meeting of the church to which all who attend our meetings, or who arc interested in the work, have been invited. It is possible that the Rev. Mr. Harding, who is expected in Mason City this week, will remain for this meeting. Tuesday evening the prayer meeting will be led by Mr J u h l i n . The ladies' missionary prayer band will observe a day of fasting and prayer at the church Wednesday beginning at 10 o'clock. The young people's meeting at 6:45 Sunday evening will be in charge of Mrs. Paul Douglas. The Rev. John Douglas will speak at this meeting. There will be a dedication of babies Sunday morning.--P. E. Freligh. Jehovah's Witnesses -- Will meet for Bible study at 407 Ninth street northeast at 3:30 p. m. The study will be on the "Memorial of Our Lord's Death." Reorganized Church Â»f Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints--Sun- clay school 10 a. m. Church service in charge of Elder 0. B. Snuggins; 11 a. m.. Y. M. C. A. MISCELLANEOUS Itrorgauixeil Church of Jesus Christ of Uitter Day Saints--Sunday school, 10 :t. m. Church services in charge of Elder 0. B. Snug- gins. 11 a. m. Charles City News Complaints Received on Increases Made in Taxes in Floyd County CHARLES CITY--County Treasurer Charles Laun is hearing many complaints about the higher taxes this year as there is an increase of 16.32 per cent over last year. Mr. Laun has computed the increase according to the different funds as follows: State. 2.95: county general tax, 1.22; county road tax. .60; school tax, 1.68: city tax, .60, based on 51,000 valuation, the increase totals $7.05. The same computation made for Rockford shows an increase of 50.72 for S'.OOO valuation, divided into funds as follows: State. 2.95: county general, 1.22: county road, 1.10; school tax. .41; city tax, .SB. Mr. Laun has figured out how the distribution of the Charles City corporation lax will be allotcd on each S100 paid in taxes as follows: General state revenue for C. C. corpora, tion. .$6.22; soldiers' bonus. $0.80: general county county. $3.01: court, expense, .$0.92; poor, $3.01; stale insane. $0.60; soldiers' relict', $0.50: bovine T. B., 50.50; county bonds, $5.53; emergency, $2.01; construction, $1.20, making a total for county distribution of $17.92 and the school, 541.78. For each .5100 paid in general taxes for corporation distribution in this city, the allotment is as follows: General, 55.01; sewer, $2.51; light, $2.S1; fire equipment. $0.72; fire maintenance, $2.05; garbage disposal. $0.36; hospital. $1.60; library, $2.23: band, $0.68; park, $1.02; bonds, $14.25; comfort station, $0.24; bridge, $0.10 adding to a lolal of $33.28. The total county levy for 1934 was $576,774.66 and for the year 1935 it is $728,881.28. The increase in the, state levy is $64,876.72. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Major DC Debevoise, divisional commander of the Salvation army of Des Moines, was the speaker at the Lions' club Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Day Finch arc the parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Miss Dorothy Chapter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Chaplcr, who attends Iowa university, is spending a few days with her parents. Mrs. VV. H. Nieman, 1004 East Clark street, fractured her leg for the second time in four months and is confined to her room. Social events this week included dancing party by Pythian Sisters, meeting of Past Matrons' club of the Eastern Star with Mrs. Florence Bubb, Friday Nile club meeting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Vorcck', Town and Country club meeting with Dr. and Mrs. Ray Fox; T. N. T. club meeting with Miss Velda Gage and meeting of the Cedar Side club with Mrs. Fred Krumrcy. The U. C. T. auxiliary had a party at the home of Mrs. Claud Hanscll. Charles Brownell of Mason City is spending a few days visiting friends, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Amundson have gone to Winnebago, Minn., for an indefinite stay. He was employed at the Walters' grocery store until it closed. Mrs. James Rhodes has returned to her home in Mason City after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. James Ritter. Ray Dunkeiberg. Rockford and Andrew Nelson of this city, members of the board of supervisors, both announced they will not be candidates for rc-clcc'tion. All of the other county officers in the courthouse are seeking re-election. Woman Who Came From Russia Dies CHARLES CITY--Mrs: George Dahmer, 57, died Friday in the Cedar Valley hospital following an illness of two weeks. Mrs. Dahmer Bainbridge Dies MINNEAPOLIS, W--Alexander Gilbert (Buzz) Bainliridgc, 30, (above) veteran showman and mayor of Minneapolis lor the 1933-35 term, died at Veterans' hospital Saturday f r o m heart disease. A. C- "Buzz" Bainbridge. formerly mayor of Minneapolis, who died at a hospital there Saturday morning;, is of special interest in Mason City for the reason that his wife, who survives him, is a former Mason City girl. She was Miss Marie Gale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gale, one of the performers In Mr. Bainbridgc's Shubert theater in Minneapolis for many years. Officials at Rockwell Renommated at Caucus ROCKWELL--The caucus held at the city hall Thursday evening for nomination of candidates for the various municipal offices resulted in the rcnomination of the present officials as follows: Mayor, W. B. Bruce; treasurer. Joe Gallagher; assessor, M. D. Roderick; councilmen, A. C. Thomas. A. M. Gcer. Joseph Kelly, R. D. Hardman, R. A. Campbell. crime to this country from Russia and to this vicinity in 1916. Mr. and Mrs. Dahmer lived on a farm one mile north of Charles City. Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter, Marie of Waterloo and one son, John, Overton, Nebr.; two sisters, Mrs. Ray Brush, Racine. Wis.. and Mrs. Russell Reynolds, Charles City, and one brother, Jack Reynolds, Charles City. The Grossman funeral home is in charge. WRIGHT OFFICER ENFORCES RULING Highway Embargo on Heavy Loads Order to Prevent Damage on Roads. CLARION--Glen Doctor of Clarion will begin work Monday as Wright county highway patrolman to enforce a new county ruling passed recently at a special meeting of the board of supervisors, limiting dual wheel trucks to four tons gross and single wheel trucks to three tons gross. In audition, the state highway commission has placed the same embargo on highway No. 60 north from highway No. 10. The embargo will continue in effect until f u r t h e r notice by tha board of supervisors, and has been imposed to prevent further damage to roads. Doctor will be under Ihe supervision of R, E. Wilson. Wright county sheriff, who has stated that the new ruling will be strictly enforced. Crystal Lake Creamery Year's Output Totals 241,447 Pounds Butter CRYSTAL LAKE--The annual creamery meeting, dinner a n d church bazar which had been postponed twice due to bad weather was held Thursday. The creamery patrons and wives attended the dinner as guests of the creamery company. The meeting was held in the afternoon in the auxiliary hail, with P. A. Hansen, president of the cream- cry company, presiding. The annual report was given by Alberta Matson. The creamery made 2-11,'147 pounds of butter with 26.G per cent over run. This report was from Jan. 1, 1935, to Dec. 31, 1935. Buttermilk was sold (Vr a half cent a gallon. The starter milk was purchased for this year from A. A. Matson. B. A. Steffen was elected director to fill the place of Hans Mortenson. Alberta Matson was reelected secretary and Herman Klu- vcr, treasurer Former Teacher at Waterloo Missing LOS ANGELES. (.T) -- Federal agents joined local officials in a hunt for Mrs. Gra.cc Wahlen, 55. last seen Sunday after receiving menacing letters. Police said her maiden name was Grace Meyer and she once was a school teacher in Waterloo, Iowa. : SSS. 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