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March 30, 1936

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

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 30 1936 Mason City's Calendar March 30-31---High school operetta, "The Prince of Pilsen," high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. April 1-4--Girls' hobby show at Y. W. C. A. April 1-4--Tenth annual Kiwanls- Y. M. C. A. hobby show for boys at Y. M. C. A. April 1--Cerro Gordo county banquet of Iowa State college Alumni association at 7 p. m., Cavern. April 6--April term of district court opens with Judge M. F. Edwards in charge. April 9--Annual meeting of the Ma' son City Production Credit association at P. G. and E. auditorium at 10 a. m. April 12--Easter Sunday April 14--Post Lenten dance sponsored by St. Katherine's Guild of · St. John's church at Hotel Han' for'd. April 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishing show at high school gymnasium. Here In Mason City Wallpaper Cleaner, 3 for 24e. Shepherd's, 16 First St. S. E. Phone 1362. Tuesday will be the last day for the payment of the county dog tax without penalty, it was announced at the office, of the county auditor Monday. Beginning April 1 a penalty of ?1 will be added on each dog. Listen to Eddie and Ralph, WMT, 10:45 a. m. Tues. and Thurs. Lester Dibble and Rob Koy Cerney of the firm of Blythe, Markley, Rule, Dibble and Cerney returned Monday morning from an extended business trip to the east. The I. O. O. F. Dancing club will hold its regular dance at the Odd Fellows hall Wednesday evening. The leap year idea will be featured ·with ladies' choice throughout the evening, according to the committee in charge. Dr. Tom McCabe of Mount Pleasant was in Mason City Saturday renewing acquaintance with numerous persons known to him two decades ago when he was a resident here. Among his former employers are Pat McGuire of the county farm and the P. G. and E. Last year Dr. McCabe served as first district commander of the American Legion. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for the republican nomination for re-election to the office of clerk of the district _court of Cerro Gordo county at the June primary. S. H. MacPEAK. MRSICLAUSON SERVICES HELD Mrs. W. F. Ingraham's Sister ; Succumbs at Home in Evanston. Mrs. Anna Ring Clauson, 54, sister of Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, 217 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, died at her home in Evanston, 111., Friday afternoon from pneumonia. Mrs. Ingraham arrived at the home a few hours before her sister's death. Mrs. Clauson had been an instructor in the Conservatory of Music, Chicago, for the past 25 years. She is survived oy her husband, Henry A. Clauson, two sons, Henry A., Jr., and Frederick, and her father, the Rev. Frederick Ring, who preached on several occasions from tie pulpits of Lutheran churches here, and her sister, Mrs. Ingraham. Attending the funeral sen-ices at Evanston were Mr. and Mrs. Ing- rafcam and W. F. Ingraham, Jr., and family of Buffalo, N. Y., and Miss Miriam Ingraham and Sydney Ing- rabam. Firestone Sued for $2,029 by Skunkwiler Alleging that Clarence Rivedal, while working for the Mason City Firestone Auto Supply and Service store last Feb. 10 "violently assaulted" 12 year old Keith Shunkwiler in repossessing a radio from the Shunkweler home for the Firestone store, Floyd W. Shunkweler, the boy's father, filed suit in district cour here asking 52.025 damages from the Firestone Tire and Rubber company and Rivedal. Both Mr. and Mrs. Shunkwiler were absent from their home when the alleged assault occurred, according to the petition. Lucretia Bori Ends Her Operatic Career NEW YORK, I.?)--Liicrezia Bori's 28 years of operatic stardom is at an end. The famous soprano sang her swan song Sunday night on the stage of the Metropolitan opera house and then received the audience's ovation to herself and her voice. 225 PUPILS MOVED FOR GARFIELD REMODELING 13 BILLION COST OF SIN FOR I). S, EACH YEAR, CLAIM Foregiveness Cited as Means of Obtaining Release From Sinning. The sermon delivered Sunday morning at the Church of Christ by the pastor, D. L. Kratz, was the fifth in a series of "Great Christian Beliefs." Mr. Kfatz illustrated the loss to society caused by sin: "Crime costs America 13 billion dollars each year," he said. "We pay it in increased prices in everything we buy. Wo business is run without some Kind of insurance costs against somebody's killing and stealing, or other'breaking of the ten commandments. Is 'human nature redeeem- able?' ' "Forgiveness in the Scriptural sense'means release from a state of sinning. God believed that life could be redeemed' and gave His Son to that end; When God's love rules human life, the law is fulfilled and man is saved from a life of sinning." "When Sinners Repent," 2nd Cor. 7, 4-10, was the theme of the morning and afternoon services at the Trinity a n d Calvary Lutheran churches Sunday. "The Apostle Paul was very much concerned about the spiritual condition of the church at Corinth," the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl declared. "He had learned that a certain sin was being tolerated by the congregation without a protest or the exercise of Christian discipline. Instead of being in sorrow because of this sin in their midst the congregation was rather puffed up about it. In his letter to the Corinthian church, Paul rebukes them severely because of their impenitence. "This exercise of discipline by the apostle accomplished its desired effect in repentance for their sin and a return to the exercise of Christian discipline in the congregation. Paul is filled with joy in his heart when he learns of the repentance of the congregation and writes his second letter to tell them about the great joy that has filled his heart on hearing the good news. "Paul rejoices because their repentance was marked by a true Godly sorrow because they had sinned against God. Paul tells them that a sorrow because of the effects or consequences of sin never leads to true repentance and saving faith but leaves the sinner in his sin and guilt. That such a condition could prevail in the church at Corinth should be a serious admonition to every Christian and to every Christian congregation to repent of sin and to be ever on guard against its insidious effect upon the Christian life." The afternoon service was attended by a group who finds it very difficult to attend morning services and will be continued for its convenience. "Reality" Discussed. "Reality" was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text was from 1 Peter 1:25, "The word of the Lord en- dureth for ever. And this is the word which by the gospel is preached unto you." 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: "And Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing every sickness and every disease among the people." (Matt. 9:35.) Among the selections from the Christian Science textbook was the following: 'Jesus' works established his claim to the Messiahship. In reply to John's inquiry, 'Arc thou he that should come,' Jesus returned an affirmative reply, recounting his works instead of referring to his doctrine, confident that this exhibi- itor.of the divine power to heal would fully answer the question." (P. 131). James Miller Goes Back to Naval Post James R. Miller left Sunday night for San Diego, where he will resume his post in the United States navy after a 10 day furlough spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, who live on a farm seven miles southwest of Mason City. A farewell party for Mr. Miller was held at his parents' home Friday evening. Approximately 75 relatives and friends were in attendance. Worship Series Being Planned at Local Church Beginning Sunday morning, the Church of Christ will hold a series of worship and preaching services commemorating the last week of Christ's ministry. The services will be held each evening during the Passion week and will close with the service in the evening of Easter Sunday. The theme for these services will be "The Meaning of the Cross in Christian Experience." Special baptismal and Communion services will be included in the series. An English lecturer, embarking on a tour of the United States, says Americans don't know how to use their leisure. Hence English lecturers.--Detroit News. Represent Each of Five Continents Above are shown characters in the play presented at the McKinley school Sunday afternoon in celebration of Greece's freedom 115 years ago and who depict the five continents. The girls, left to right,^ are Lulu Pa'ppas (Asia), Gertrude Zanios (Europe), Elirjiheth Kantarls (Africa), Harriett Pappas, (America) and Mary Kantaris (Australia). The girls on the right, Mary Pergakis and Elizabeth Zlkakis, are discussing the freedom of Greece. Above is shown Bishop Gregory the Fifth, enacted by John Zanios, holding a scepter and surrounded by his assistants. Gregory was hanged by the Turks for his part in the revolution which eventually freed -Greece from the Turkish empire's reign. is George Zikakis. To th e left of Zanios is Nick Karabatsolis and to the right CONSTRUCTION OF GYM, RENOVATION STARTS AT ONCE Children Placed in Churches and High School For Remainder of Year. A total of 225 children were moved out of the Garfield school Monday to other temporary quarters to clear the building for the beginning of a remodeling and enlargement program that is to be completed before the resumption of school in September following the summer vacation. Construction work is scheduled to get under way Wednesday by Peterson and Holvik, who have the general contract tor the remodeling project. The plans provide for fire resisting construction throughout the building and the erection of a combination gymnasium, auditorium and stage to the north of the present structure. To Build Slecl Stairs. New fire resisting floors and partitions and steel stairs will be included in the renovation program. A flat roof will be placed on the building and a new entrance with inside stairs erected. The pupils in the building were placed in the high school and in churches in the vicinity of the Garfield school. The kindergarten pupils, taught by Miss Mabel Joy Prusia, and the first graders, in charge of Miss Selma Carlson, will start Wednesday at the St. James Lutheran church. The same day second graders undei Miss Mabel Erickson will resume school work, going to the Immanuel Lutheran church, and third graders, taught by Mrs. James Van Klcek, will attend classes at the Trinity Lutheran church, also starting Wednesday. Go To High School. The fourth graders, under Miss Alice Fennema: fifth graders, Plays Beer Baron Carrol Ambrosen, senior, was to play the role of Hans Wagner, the beer baron from Cincinnati, in Monday nights performance of "The Prince of Pilsen," while Kussel Bistline, junior, impersonates the baron in Tuesday night's performance. Both performances are at the high school auditorium. taught by Miss Mary E. Short, and sixth graders, in charge of Mrs. Cora Kotchell, will start Tuesday attending school in the high school building. They will occupy three rooms in the southeast corner of the basement, using the east door of the building. Miss Ethel Ha!!, principal, wil have her headquarters at the high school building. The only changes made necessary for the accommodation of the addi tional pupils at tite high school was the construction of a partition across the old band practice room according to Supt. R. B. Irons. "We expect the Garfield buildin: to be ready by Aug. 15 so as to have ample time to place the furniture and open the building for the resumption of school activities in September," Mr. Irons stated. FARM BUREAU TO HOLD MEETING Eleven Counties Will Be Represented at Local Conference. Preparations are being made here for a. district meeting of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation to.be held at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday starting at 10 a. m. Representatives of 11 north central Iowa county Farm Bureau organizations are expected to attend the meeting- at %vhich organization, program and problems of the federation will be discussed. Fort Dodge Pastor to Take Grimes Post FORT DODGE, (/P)--The Rev. Theodore Romig has resigned as pastor of the Presbyterian Memorial chapel here to accept a pastorate at Grimes. The change: is effective after Easter. JayE. Hou!ahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office 773 Phones Res. 3131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDG. PEOPLE . . . who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 Anniversary of Freedom Celebrated "Epic of Rebirth of Greece" Given at McKinley. The one hundred and fifteenth anniversary of the freedom of Greece was celebrated at McKinley school Sunday afternoon when a program was presented before approximately 300 persons, including out-of-town guests. As the high spot of the program, a play entitled "The Epic of the Rebirth of Greece," was enacted. Action in the historic play depicted Greece's struggle through the ages, how Constantinople fell into the hands of the Moslems in 1453 and Greece's fight for liberty continued through the years. In 1821 a revolution born in the minds of a secret Greek society which met in Russia to organize its plans finally overthrew the Turkish reign, although the.revolution lasted for years and was a series of bloody battles. The epic was presented Sunday by children of the Greek orthodox church. Miss Zandia Kernakis was in charge of the program. Jim Athanasapoulos, assistant district governor from Chicago, was the chief speaker of the day, addressing the audience on the history of Greece. Th Rev. D. Zikakis of the Greek church also spoke, expressing his thanks to the audience for its fine turnout. Following the program a dance was held. Randolph in Charge of Radio, Refrigerator Sales for M. C. Hardware Don McPeak. proprietor of the Mason City Hardware company, Monday announced the addition of Ray J. Randolph to his sales staff. Mr. Randolph, who came to Mason City from Des Moines, where he was in the refrigerator and radio department of the Des Moines Electric Light company, will have SIEG-MASON CITY CLINIC THIS WEEK 500 Garage Men, Dealers and Station Operators to Attend. The Sieg-Mason City company's first annual clinic will be held Thursday and Friday of this week at the Sieg building, 109-111 First street southeast, according to C. E. Leffler, local manager. Approximately 500 garage men, car dealers and service station operators in this community, served by the local concern, are expected at this clinic which will open at 9:30 o'clock each morning, and continue throughout the day and evening. The entire second floor and a part of the main show room, comprising aboi.Tt 8,000 square feet of floor space, of the local company's building wili be devoted to the display and" demonstration of the latest in automotive shop equipment, replacement parts and accessories. Thirty- six manufacturers will be represented with attractive displays of their merchandise. A special pogram will be presented each evening starting at o'clock and will include educational talks, motion pictures and' a number of specialty acts. A talk on merchan- disino- will be given by a man who is prominent in the automotive replacement parts field, and a. large manufacturer of hydraulic brake parts will present their all-talking picture which covers the operation and service of hydraulic brakes, Mr. Leffler states. .Nearly 40 gifts are to be given away each day of the school. Mr. Leffler states that a set of piston rings, grease equipment, wrenches, ignition sets, an electric drill, and other articles will be given away. Three New Groups in State Junior Chamber _ Mr, and Mrs. Fred Wagner went charge oTthe radio and refrigerator i to Marshalltown Sunday where Mr. department of the local store. This includes the Crosley-Shclvadore line of refrigerators and farm radios, as well as an oil burning refrigerator for farmers not on a power line. 2 Men Arrested at Marshalltown Vvi. Be Taken to Illinois MARSHALLTOWN, (JPl -- Jesse Hammond, 58, and Ray Schrader, 26, arrested here Friday when burglary tools were found in their possession, were turned over to the sheriff of Henry county, HI., late Monday afternoon. They are understood here to be wanted in Cambridge, 111., for the theft of two automatic pistolstaoinshrdlummmmn} | tomatic shotguns, a radio and some | chickens. j Wagner, who is president of the local junior division of the Chamber of Commerce, attended a meeting of the state Junior Chamber board. At this meteing three organizations, those at Fort Madison, Clinton and Glenwood, were taken into the state- Junior Chamber association, making a total of 29. A preview was given of the convention to be held April 17 and 18 at Davenport, indicating it to be one of the best ever held. At the board meeting. 16 Junior Chambers in the state were represented. Mayflower Salmon, Pound can 11 '/^c Rose Milk, per can fi'/^c Plenty of Parking Space MORRIS FOOD STORE 231 6th St. S. W. Mason City genuine Willard for every purpose--Auto-Kadio, Farm Lite. Battery and Klectric Service 110 S. 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