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February 6, 1937

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 fl| 1937 Sunday at Local Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT: John 8:12--"I am the light 'of the world: He that followeth me shall not walk in the darkness, but shall have the light of life." BAPTIST First--Where Pennsylvania avenue crosses Eats State street. 9:45 a. m., church school. 10:50 a. m., morning worship. Theme: "D. L. Moody, the Layman Kingdom Builder." Reception of new rnembers and communion iollow- ing. 3-4, Pioneers meet with Comradeship group leading. 5:30 p. -m., Hi-By entertain youth o£ Grace Evangelical church. 6:30, worship hour. 7:30 p. m., song service "with showing of iilm "The Magnificent Reprobate," on scientific education. Three reels. In addition, the seventieth anniversary films of our church will he shown. Monday, 7:30 p. m., the board o£ trustees will meet at the parsonage. 4 p. m., Pastor's class for prospective church members. Wednesday, 6:15'p. m., the school o£ missions meets. Special feature is the singing of spirituals by Union M. E. church. Thursday, .7 p. m., choir rehearsal at E. E. Gary home. Next Sunday, Feb. 14, is roll call Sunday.--J. Lee Lewis, minister. . . St. John's -- Sunday school, 9:30. A special program will be given at 3 p. m., by the B. Y. P. U. B. Y. .P U., 6:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday night.--The Hev. J. M. Eaves, pastor. CATHOLIC SI. Joseph's--Masses at 6:30, 8, 9:15 and 10:30 a. m.--The Rt. Rev, P. S. O'Connor, pastor; the Rev Francis J. McEnaney and the Hex- Carl Kurt, assistants. Holy Family -- Second streel northwest. Sunday masses at 7, B 9:15 and 10:30 a. m.--The Hev. R P. Murphy; the Rev. A- J. Bohrei and the Rev. William Mullen, assistants. Iichigh Catholic Chapel--Service every Sunday at 9 a. m. Confessions before mass. Catechism 35 minutes after mass.--The Rev A. J. Bohver. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scien list--Washington and Third stree northwest. Sunday service, 11 a m. Subject, "Spirit." Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting 7:45. Heading room, east end o church. Week days, 11 a. m. to CHURCH OF CHRIST . L. C. E. will join with the Bapst young people in their service n Sunday evening. -- Raymor erguson, minister. I. O. O. F. H o m e -- Sunday chool will be held at 2 o'clock. Vorship service at 3. -- Raymon erguson, chaplain. LUTHERAN Bethlehem -- Between Fourth nd Fifth streets on North Dela- are avenue. 0 a. m. graded Sun- ay school and Bible class. 10 a. English service. 11 a. m. Gernan service. The pastor will reach on "What If God Would 'urn His Grace From Us?" Monay evening the Sunday school eachers meet at the parsonage. Vednesday evening at 7 and aturday morning at 9 contirma- on instruction. Wednesday even- ng the Ladies' Aid division 2 neels at the P. G. and E. audi- orium, Mrs. William Challas ostess. On Thursday evening at } the Men's club will give a musical entertainment at the McKinley school.--C. A. Hinz, pas- or. Central--329 East Slate street. Quinquagesima Sunday. Sunday 9:45 a. m. the church school. Sunday 11 a. m. divine worship. The sermon theme, "Oh Christ for Thine Own Glory." A special lood relief offering to be received this service in answer to the strong appeals made by our sis- :er congregations of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. Prelude, "Andante in F" Sheppard: anthem, 'Dear Spirit, Lead Thou Me," Miles; offertory, "Devotion," Moter; p o s 11 u d e, "Marchc," Stults. Sunday -2:30 p. m. the Luther league devotions. The Rev. Thomas T. Boe, associate pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, will address the league on "Christ and the Cross." Monday 4:30 p. m. the Catechetical class. Monday 8 p. m. the Brotherhood with Dr. Walter C. Grainger at 202 South Vermont avenue. Wednesday 2:30 p. m. the soutlie.isl chapter of the ladies' Guild with Mrs. E. W. Schilling at Ii28 Sixth street southeast. Wednesday 7:45 p. m. the Ash Wednesday Lenten vesper service. The sacrament j[ the Holy Communion. The sor- perintendent. Morning service at 9:45 a. in. Sermon, "r^phold the Lamb of God," John 1,29-34. Adult class o£ baptism and confirmation Monday at 7:30 p. m. At Albert Finer, 111 Sixteenth street northeast, Monday at 7:30 p. m.--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor, Thomas T. Boe, assistant pastor. Our Saviour's--2502 South Jefferson avenue. Morning worship, 9 a. m. Music by the junior vested choir directed by Mrs. R. Kesje. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Confirmation class meets at the Kittelson home, Saturday, 11 a. m.--J. A. Urnes, pastor. METHODIST First--Clarence Edwin Flynn, minister, 124 Washington avenue northwest.--9:30, church school. A memorial service will be held for Judge J. J. Clark in the adult department from 9:30 to 10; 9:30, church o£ youth; 10:45, morning worship. Sermon theme: "When God Hath Made the Pile Complete." Special music. "Prelude in F," Read, (organ); "Glory," Cadman, (chorus); "Berceuse," Joclyn. Gladys Gary, (violin solo); "March in D Minor," Silver. OHvel-Ztan--9:45 a. m., church school, Carl Grupp, superintendent; C. K. Kinney and Carl Buehler, assistant superintendents. 11 a. m., morning worship and sermon, theme, "Judged by the Oath and Law Was Peter a Good Scout?" Music by the chorus choir, Mrs. Leon H. Woodward, director and accompanist. G:45 p. m., young people's meeting, Elsie Schmidt, leader. 7:45, evening service of song and sermon. The | will be given at the P. G. and E. monthly social meeting for men hall--S. II. Johnson, minister, will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Union Memorial -- 610 Fourth street northeast -- Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., Mrs. C. N. Reeler, superintendent. Morning worship, 11 a. m., theme, "The Greatness o£ Lincoln. Communion service. Evening worship, 7:45 p. m. Midweek services Wednesday afternoon and evening. W. H. M. S. meets at the parsonage, 2 p. m.,; 8:30 p. m., the Rev, Kilgsley o£ Chicago will speak. Thursday, 3 p. m., the Young Women's Missionary society will meet with Mrs. M. M. Brewton, 530 Fourth streel northeast. Friday evening, 7 p. m., a Lincoln day banquet and program PRESBYTERIAN First -- Washington at Ninth composed of junior college and business young people, will rne»4 in the sanctuary. President, Miss Ollie Easley; lender. Miss Doris northwest -- 9:45 a. in., church | Wilson. school, Fred W. Vorhies, superintendent. 11'a. in., morning worship. Vested young people's choir of 15 voices to sing "The King of Love My Shepherd Is." Mr. Peyton, who has been ill with influenza for the past week, will be in the pulpit. He will begin a series of five sermons on Christian stewardship, talcing as his general theme, "The Lordship of Christ." The minister's theme this Sunday will be, "The .Basis o£ Christ's Lordship." 6:30 p. m., meeting of young people. The seniors mecl in the church parlor. This will be a "Circle Meeting." The Forum, . East Sille Presbyterian--Maple drive--Sunday school, 10 a. m., six teachers in charge. MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel Talieinaelc-- 616 Delaware avenue northeast. In the morning, the subject of the sermon by the Rev. Mr. Freligh will be, "Will God' Improve the Circumstances and the Character of the Human Tiacc?" The topic of Ihe evening will be, "The Gospel of Grace, the Gospel of the Kingdom and the Everlasting Gospel." The ladies' missionary prayer group will'meet at the parsonage Wednesday afternoon.--The Rev. E. Freligh, paslor. Itcoreanlzcd Church oC Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints--Hi-Y room Y. M. C. A. 10 a. m., church school. 11 o'clock, sncrnmenl.-- Elder O. B. Snuggins, in charge. 2 Fort Dodge Women "Adopt' Flood Family FORT DODGE. (!P) -- Their sympathy aroused by a picture oC a family of flood sufferers at Memphis, Tcnn., two Fort Dodge women, Mrs, A. T. Ellinger and Mrs. K. C. Fisher, have "adopted" the family of Mrs. Hay Williams and her children and will f u r n i s h them with food, clothing and other necessaries of lite for the next three months. First--Fourth street and Adams mon theme, "Love Defined." \Ved- /cnue northwest.--Bible. school, esday 8:45 p. m. the church avenui 9:30. Superintendent, W. S. Koll- iiian. Morning worship, 10:45; anthem by choir, "The Lord Is My Shepherd," Mac Farren; sermon, "The Imperishable Word." Christian Endeavor societies, 6:30; high school society sponsored by Mrs. L. G. Gallison, junior society superintended by Robert . Ditzler. Evening worship, 7:30. Essay contest, high school age members of Bible school; subject, "I Choose Christ." A Bible will be awarded the winner by the Bible school superintendent. The slide copy o£ "Christ and the Doctors" by Hoffman will be presented and the interpretation given by the pastor. --D. L. Kralz, pastor; J. J. Fitzgerald, choir director; Miss Miriam Marston, organist. CONGREGATIONAL First--Rabbi Joseph Kalz pt the synagog of Adath Israel will be the speaker at the morning worship service at 10:45. Members of the congregation of Adalh Israel have been invited to participate in the service. Musica" numbers will include a solo by · Miss Dikka Moen: "Prayer Perfect" by Stenson, and an anthem by the vested chorus choir: "Hov Lovely Are the Messengers," by Mendelssohn. At 6:30 the Pilgrim fellowship ·will hold its second session on th problems o£ the American Negro Jane Satter will be the leader, introducing the' slides of the educational work showing what grea strides have been taken "In Spit ot Handicaps." a bob-sled party will follow the meeting, endin with refrcshmenls at the end o the party. p. m. loir". Saturday 1:30 p. m. the Catechetical class.--Walter . H. Cntnpen, pastor. Immanucl--Corner Fifth and ersey southeast. Sunday school t 9:30. Morning worship at 10:30. ermon, "Our Way to Jerusalem," nthem by church chorus. The ·oard of administration will meet or the election o£ a trustee. Ev- ining worship at 7:30. Sermon, The Work of the Holy Suirit." Meeting of all Luther league committees Tuesday at 7:30 at he parsonage. Wednesday is Ash Vednesday, the beginning of Lent. Our midweek Lenten ser- 'ices will center about the general theme, "The Meaning of the Cross." The service Wednesday at 7:30 will he on the thought, "The the Crowning Sin ot the riuman. Race." Sunday school :eachcrs and officers will meut Thursday at 8. The south division" will meet Thursday ;t 2, with Mrs. Ernest Nygren, 240 Twentieth street southeast. Chorus rc- iiearsal Friday at 8. Confirmation class Wednesday after school and Saturday at 9:30.--B. T. Erholm, pastor. St. James--502 Sixth street southeast. Graded Sunday school 9 a. m. Helmer Kapplinger, superintendent; Ella Woisnak, secretary and treasurer. American services at 10 a. m. Text: St. Luke 19, 110. Anthem: "Praise Ye the Father" by Gounod. Junior league meets at 7 p. m. The Friendship society will hold a Valentine party Tuesday, B p. m. Note change o£ date.'Mr. and Mrs. E. Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. L. On Wednesday evening at 6:30 Pearson will serve. The Brolliei- the monthly church family n i g h t , hood will meet Thursday even- will be held. Dr. Harold Kingsley, j ing with the HBV. O. Mall as host, pastor of the Church of the Good " ' Shepherd, outstanding Negro pastor and leader, will be the guest of the church and will address the meeting following the dinner. All who plan to attend have been asked to bring sandwiches and 25 cents. Mrs. Herman Meyer's group will assist Mrs. Hall, the caterer, in preparing the meal. Reservations should be in hand by Tuesday evening. Tha World Day of Prayer for missions will be observed at the Baptist church on Friday afternoon at 3. AH the church women ot the city are urged to attend.-Alexander Sidney Carlson, minister. EPISCOPAL St. John's--First street at Pennsylvania avenue--Quinquagesima. The Rt. Rev. Harry S. Longley will be at St. John's at 7 Sunday morning to administer the apos- lolic rite of confirmation, 8 a. m. holy communion; I t a. m., holy communion; 10 a. m., churcli school.^ The. prelude. "Impromptu,' Schubert, and postlude, "March,' Verdi, will be playe_d by Mrs, R E. Patton. 6:30 p. m'., Y. P. F. St Katherine's Guild is having a corporate communion at 7 Sunday morning followed by a breakfas for the guild and confirmation class. 8 p. m., Monday, G. F. S associates meet; 4 p. m. Thursday G. F. S. candidates meet; 7:30 p m., Thursday, choir practice; 4 [ m., Friday, G. F. S. juniors meel EVANGELICAL Grace -- Fourteenth street a Adams a v e n u e northwest. Church school at 9:45. Morning worship service at 11. This Sunday we will observe the W. M. S. day ot prayer for missions. TV.- theme of the morning will be "What Prayer Does for Us." The Confirmation instruction Tuesday, 'hursday and Saturday. Senior hoii 1 will practice Tuesday, 7:30 m.--Oswald E. G. Mall, pas- or. ^Trinity -- 508 South Pennsyl- ania avenue. Early service with Lord's Supper at 8:45 a. m. Pre- ude, Miss Maxine Carman. Sermon, "Behold, the Lamb of. God," John I, 29-34. Sunday school and Bible classes, 9:45 a. m., J. C. Odden, superintendent. Morning service with Lord's Supper at 10:45 o'clock. Prelude "Selected," Mrs. J. 0. Gilbertson. Processional, Holy, Holy, Holy, choir. Sermon, "Behold the Lamb oE God," John 1, 29-34. Choir anthem "p, Bread of Life," F. Melius Christcnsen. Luther league "Fireside Hour," 5:30 p. m. Topic: Using My Bible, "Tuning in Daily," psalm 118:104. Bible study, Job: Ch. 9, Thomas T. Boe. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, with Lord's Supper. Sermon, "Behold the Lamb ot God," John 1,20-34. Lenten service, Thursday at 7:45 p. m. Sermon, "His Cross--My Cross," John 19:17-18. Adult doss lor baptism and confirmation, Monday at 7:30 p. m. Brotherhood meeting, Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Forest Park circle, Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Hostess: Mrs. O. G. Gregerson. Roosevelt circle, Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Hostess: Mrs. H. Quenrud, 1604 South Pennsylvania avenue, Mrs. J. Rustad assisting. Seventh grade confirmation class Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Eight grade confirmation class Saturday at 8:30 and 10:30 a. m.--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, paslor, Thomas T. Boe, assistant pastor. Trinity Delaware CIupc! -- 1015 avenue. Sunday North school at 9 a. m., Mrs. W. Parsons, su- CUJE: Part 1 --a member o! tho armed iorces of a monarchy whose King recently abdicated; its naval appropriations ara approiimately $300,000,000 annually. Fait 2--a republic ot the v;e3lern hemisphere; its flag is composed oi stars and stripes; its land forces at present number approximately 500,000. Part 3--a Europoan. republic of approximately 42,000,000 population; it is estimated that its active land and air forces today total approximately 600,000 men and that, in addition, its trained reserves total more than 6,000,000. CLUE: Part 4--during the World War Ihe mobilized Iorces of this country totaled more than 4,000,000; its lighting men sometimes were referred to as "Sammies" or "Yanks." Part 5--one ot the principal allies during the World War this country recently protested the military occupancy ol a territory which by treaty after tha World War was demilitarized. Part 6--ruling country ot a great empire whose combined populalion is more than 495.000,000; its present combined land and air forces total above 1,200,000. CLUE: Part 7--bounded on tho north by a famous channel this nation has increased its naval appropriations in tho past ten years from approximately $72,000,000 annually to more than $100,000,000 Part 8--a nation ruled by a Parliament: its air forces recently wera stated to number about 45,000 men. , Part 9--a country bounded on the east and v/est by oceans; trio cost ' ol its naval operations is approximately $450,000,000 annually. CLUE: Part 10--a union ot seven republics whosa army lately has been greatly increased; its regular army is said to exceed 1,150,000 men and its reserves 15,000,000 man. Part 11--an cmpira ot somewhat more Hian 64,000,000 people in the Orient, this country has a regular army of 280,000 men and 1,895,000 trained reserves. Part 12--a country which recently conquered Ethiopia; latest figures atalo its active army over 1,100,000 men and reserves ot more than 5,000,000. CLUEsPart 13--this country is governed by a dictator lcnov;n asllDuce; with slightly more than 42,000,000 populalion, it has an air force in excess of 200,000 men and 4,400 planes. Part 14--this country formerly was ruled by a cr.ar but has since undergone vast changes; alert to tho importance oi aircraft, it has one of the largest air forces in Ihe world, stated io exceed 5,000 planes. Part 15--this country has suffered greatly Irom earthquakes; latest figures stale its army has approximately 2,000 clanes. CLUE: Part 16--an island in the North Pacific Ocean this nation has lieen prominent in naval affairs for many years; its active navy is ro- porled to number more than 100,000 men. Part 17--bounded on tho east, south and west by seas, this nation dominates the Adriatic; its navy is reported to have 69 submarines, 95 torpedo boats, ?A cruisers, also other battleships. 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