Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 4
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 193i Tradehome Presents 100 New Arrivals! Tradehome Windows Tell the Story Be Sure to See Them! 8 Styles of Pumps and Oxfords to Blue is a "best Miter." You'll find at S2.50 and S3. the style you want Here! Blue! $2-50 White! Sj.95 FORCED TO CLIP BLUE EAGLE Sonship," the Rev. William L. We. Ph. D. The hymn 251--"Rock of Ages." The benediction. Parchment! $1-95 A new shade that goes with everything;-- It's smart--Ties or pumps, Sports! $1.95 All White -- T w o tones -- Kilties --Bicycle types--Boughies--Mocca- sins--Some at $2.50 ind $3. Largest assortment ol White Shoes In town--some at $2.50 and $3 Girls'Straps! $2-00 Patent leather with snappy trimming--all white kid lor confirmation at $2.50. AA to G widths. Twenty-seven wooden steam schooners arc still in service out of Dr. Dyer of Ames in Congress Campaign DES MOINES, March 29. 1/T)-Dr. B. G. Dyer of Ames today obtained nomination papers tor the democratic nomination to congress from the sixth district. The secretary o£ state also issued nomination papers to W. R. Hayes of Prairie City for the democratic nomination as state representative for Jaspei county. Boys'! $1.69 Two-toned sports--all black--black ind whits--Genuine shark tips- torn* from $2 to H. Children's! $1.39 6 Styles--Solid Leather Soles- Straps--Oxfords--Sports -- Kilties- ill new snappy styles--Sizes up ti 2. Men's! $1.95 Blacks--Browns--Spurts--All While --Every new shape. Every new style--Some from $2.50 to $4. HANDBAGS Th* Talk «1 the I fl moD«n fflmiLY sucx SILK HOSE Ptriect, HIM Shades-- 18 South Federal Mason City, Iowa 69c Ruth Brannon, 28, candidate for congress in the eleventh Illinois district if Shown clipping the Blue Eagle insignia from her campaign poster after sheVas warned by NKA authorities that such use ot the fnsi*Sa "^ contrarj- to HBA regulation* She had become known as "Blue Eagle Ruth." (Associated Press Photo). UNION DEVOTIONS FOR GOOD FRIDAY ARE ANNOUNCED Services Will Be Held at Congregational Church Starting at 12. The annual Good Friday devotional service under the auspices of the Mason City Ministerial association will be held at the Congregational church Friday, starting at 12 o'clock, noon, and continuing to 3:30 p. m. The three and a half hour service will be divided into seven half Jiour periods in which seven members of the ministerial .association/will.haye. charge of the: meditation^--. -^.-.-^ The speakers include/.jrthe 7 Rev. Waiter, H. Kampen, Centtal Lutheran church; C. E. Oilman-, secretary of the Y. M. C. A.; the Rev. Henry C Brunemeier, Grace Evangelical; the Rev. C. W. Simms, Union Me- CORRECT EASTER CLOTHES ,. . From Mason City's Newest Store for Men! An Incomparable Selection of "Hub" Wonder Value Suits /nzT-...(rt, a o Let your taste decide Costume, courtesy Jsj-Tiwipe, Inc. t; D D d 0. si tl P' ni st M in M ANY a woman smokes the cigarette her liusband or her friends prefer. But maybe it wouldn't be her choice at all, if she let her taste decide. May we suggest that you put aside your usual brand for a few days and.try OLD GOLDS? Notice the appealing natural flavor of tliis,pure-tobacco cigarette; its honey-smoothness. Many women discover, in OLD GOLD, their favorite cigarette. Give your taste a fair chance to decide. f No better tobacco grows than is used in OLD GOLDS. And they are PURE. (No artificial flavoring) June m on TED Fio-Kiio's ^aUonal Hollywood i-rcucstra every Wcctacalay niglu ,--Columbia CHain A M E R I C A ' S G A R E T T K mortal Methodist: toe Rev. A. W. Caul, First Baptist; the Rev. B. T. Erholm, linmanuel Lutheran, and the Rev. William L. Dibble, Congregational. Following is the detailed program of the service: First period--Noon to 12:25 p. m. --First word -- "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do." The Hymn 168--"When I Survey the Wondrous Cross." The prayer. The Scripture lesson--Luke 23:2634 The anthem--"God So Loved the World," Stainer; Mrs. Wells, Mrs. Oilman, Mr. Dalvey, Mr. Nyquist. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organist. The meditation--"The Pardonable Sin," the Rev. Walter H. Kampen. The intermission for silent meditation. Period two--r!2:SO to 12:5a p. m. --Second word--"Verily I say unto thee, today shalt thou ue with, me -in : ;3axadise. · " ' :"The hymn 322---"Beneath the Cross of Jesus." · The prayer. The scripture lesson--Luke 23:3543. The solo--"Sheep and Lambs," Mrs. W. L. Bennett. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organist. The meditation--"The Coronation of Companionship," Clark E. Oilman. The intermission for silent meditation. Period three--1 to l:2o p. m.-- Third word--"Woman, Behold Thy Son--Son, Behold Thy Mother." The hymn 58--(First Tune)-"Love Devine." The prayer. The scripture lesson--John 19:25- The Solo--"Calvary," Rodney; Mrs A. C. Hagerman. Mrs Wallace J. Allen, organist. The meditation--"The Spirtual- izing of Kinship," the Rev. Henry C. Brunemeier. The intermission for silent meditation. Period four--1:30 to 1:55 p. m.-- Fourth word--"My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken me 7" The hymn 164--"Alas, and Did My Saviour Bleed." The prayer. The scripture lesson--Matthew 27:35-47. The solo--"Into the Woods My Master Went," Nevin; Mrs. B. Raymond-Western. Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, organist. The meditation, "Divine Non-Intervention," the Rev. C. W. Sims. The intermission for silent meditation. Period five-rS to 2:25 p. m.-- Fifth word--"I Thirst." The hymn 298--"My Faith Looks "Up to Thee." The prayer. The scripture lesson--John 19:28- The solo--"There is a Green Hill," Gounod; Mrs. F. E. Reishus. Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, organist. The meditation, "The Revelations and Ministrations of Impulse," the Rev. A, W. Caul, D. D. The intermission for silent meditation. Period six--2:30 to 2:55 p. m.-- Sixth word--"It i? finished." The hymn 173--"In the Cross of Christ I Glory." The prayer. The scripture lesson--John 19:30. The solo--"Gethsemane," Salter; Frank Poole. Mrs. Earl E. Ehlers, organist. The meditation, "The Redemptive Commencement," the Rev. B. T. Erholm. The intermission for silent medi- ! tation. I Period seven--S to 3:30 p. m.-- I Seventh word--"Father, into Thy I Hands I Commend My Spirit." I The hymn 165--"There Is a Green I Hill Far Away.' 1 I The prayer. | The scripture iesson--Luke 23:46 I The solo, "My Redeemer and My JLord." 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