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March 10, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939 MASON CITY cu Co of wl We A i at. li K LIFE OF POPE PIUS XII PART I FOPE FIDS xn was born fa Borne March 2, 1876, as Eugenio Pacelll, descendant of an ancient Roman family. His father, Filippo Pacelli, was dean of conslstoria! advocates of the Vatican. . His mother, Donna Virginia GraziosI, was a Kooian noblewoman.. ORDAINED In 1899 at the age of only 23, young Pacelll within two years had so demonstrated his outstanding ability he was summoned to the sacred congregation of extraordi- "nary ecclesiastical affairs to serve apprenticeship In diplomacy. Cancel Dinner for F. R. Because of Washington Strike WASHINGTON, (#)-- The capital's hotel strike resulted Thursday in cancelation of the annual dinner given President Roosevelt by the White House Correspondents association. More than 600 newsmen and their gutasts had been invited to attend the annual party at the Mayflower hotel Saturday night. The hotel was one of 13 using their own trucks to obtain supplies of milk, bread and beer because organized truck drivers refused to cross picket lines. NOMINATED professor of canon law at the Vatican's seminary/ St. ApolHnarius, Pacelli performed his task with such zeal that the Monslgnor Gasparri urged the young priest to give all his time to ecclesiastical diplomacy, which he did. FATHER PACELLI thus became a "writer of minutes"--that Is, copyist at the congregation's offices. In this fashion, the young priest began his brilliant diplomatic career at the very bottom of the ladder. ' APPOINTED papal undersecretary of state In ilKS, Monslgnor Pacelli collaborated with Car- jdlnal Gasparri, papal secretary of state, In carrying out the monumental task of codifying the canon Jaw. Pope Benedict XV, who had served In the secretariat of state, had come Into close touch with youn'g PacellL 5 Youthful Gunmen Commit 8 Robberies Quickly; Are Caught CHICAGO, (/P)--Five youthfu gunmen who committed eight robberies before midnight and led the police on a chase through three counties were captured early Thursday with the aid of a radio blockade. Thirty squads of Coolc and Lane county highway and state police answered the police broadcast to blockade roads in the area the quintet was known to be travel ing. The youths were arrested one hour after the last robbery. The captives gave their name. as George, 26, James, 20, and Frank Lamczak, 19, brothers, o suburban Harrington; Eddie Val entine, 17, and Edward Thomas 17, both of Chicago. They told Morton Grove polio they had robbed 15 taverns in thi last two nights. IN 1817 he was named papal nuncio at Munich, at a time when hall the Cathollcs-of-Eu-i rope were engaged In a. great war with the other half. Three years later he was appointed nuncio to the German republic where he served nine years, preparing the way for the Vatican's concordat with Germany. POPE PUTS XI created Monslgnor Pace!!! a cardinal In December, 1929. This followed his outstanding achievement at Berlin in bringing about the concordat treaty between the Holy, See and Prussia, as well as Bavaria and Aus- ·tria.^ Later, as secretary of state, he was able to negotiate the treaty himself. IN FEBRUARY OF 19SO, Cardinal Pacelli was appointed papal secretary of state. Decorated by many governments, the orders he prlrcs- most highly are France's Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor and Italy's Collaro Dell'An-: mmzlata, supreme decoration of the Italian, sovereign. ~ ~ ~~ LAST RITES OF MRS, EASTVOLD Funeral Conducted in Lutheran Church at Kiester, Minn. KIESTER, Minn. -- F u n e r a l services were conducted here at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at [mmanuel Lutheran church lor Mrs. Joseph Easlvold who died at her home in Austin early Sunday morning. Services were in charge of the Rev. J. A. Arneson assisted by the Hev. Okerlund of Frost. Services were also conducted at the Eastvold home and the St. Olat Lutheran church in Austin in charge o£ the Rev. Henry Noss. Special music was furnished here by a mixed quartet composed of Mrs. Olaf Hermundstad, soprano; Anna Dahle, alto; F. E. Thompson, tenor; and I. M. Tufte, bass, who sang "Beautiful Savior" and "Tho End of the Road." Franklin Thompson sang "Rock of Ages" as a tenor solo. Surviving are her husband and eight year old son, her mother and one brother. Interment was " made in the Kiester cemetery. Pallbearers were Julius Eastvold, Martin Bustad, Oscar Olson, Julius A. Eastvold, Trigby Eastvold and John East- void. In medieval times, a tenant's firewood was limited to the amount of underbrush he could cut with a hook and the deadwood he could knock from the trees with a shepherd's crook. Hence the expression "by hook or crook." Lenten Services Planned at Rudd RUDD--Rockford, Flood Creek, Nora Springs and Rudd Methodist churches are co-operating in a three weeks' Lenten spiritual inspiration in preparation, for Easter. Services will be held Sunday night at Rudd, with four choirs, four leagues and four congregations participating. League devotions will be at 7 p. m,, with general worship at 7:50 p. m. Oil prospectors took options on lOjOQO acres in Graves, Carlisle, Ballard and McCracken counties, Kentucky, early in 1939. TUNE^N ,^3sT SAVINGS See the New Quiet LEONARD with the Master Dial O NLYLconardhastheMas- ter Dial with built-in thermometer--that lets you "tune in" the temperature you need. Only Leonard has the super-capacity Leonard Vegetable Bin... handy Rearranging Shelf and 3-way Lcn-A-Latch on the door. Learn aboutLeonard economy with the new Glacier Sealed Unit and stainless steel Zero-Freezer. And find out aboutLconard's new low price ... it's easy to ownl More families for more yea rs have kept their food safe in Leonard than in any other refrigerator. MRS, STADE IS NEW ORGANIST Former Charles City Woman Has Position in Chicago Theater CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Eulalia Kober Stade, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Kober, 106 West Kelly street, is the new organist at the meetings of the Chicago Ethical Society held each Sunday morning n the ' Studebaker theater. Dr. Horace Bridges delivers the addresses. Mrs. Stade, who lives in Chica;o, has been active in various 'ields of music. Following her raduation from the Chicago Musical college she was staff pianist for KYW and was one of the first musicians to play over the radio m Chicago. She also conducted a weekly series of piano on the air; perhaps the first such venture. She has written many children's songs for Junior Home Magazine, of which she was for several years music editor. Mrs. Stade also teaches piano to a large class of pupils. ONLY IEONAHD HAS ALL THESE MONEY-SAWC FWTURESI Master Dial. .Vegetable Bin.-Rearranging Shelf T . Soundproofing . · Frozen Food* Compartment · . "Ice Popper" Trayi*. 5how-c*M Food Filo..Gla»«-- covered Meat Fi1e..L«n-A-Latch Door rUndle. .5-Yeor Protection PUn. TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. \l' 29 Second Street S. E. harles City Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 1052 Office at 603 Riverside Drive News Correspondent, Phone 3! 8 ormer North lowan leceives Promotion at Los Angeles, Cal. CHARLES CITY--Harlan Ellis, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin W. Ellis, who has been assistant sales manager for the Hamilton Stan- lard Propeller company of Hart- ord, Conn., has been promoted to he position of western represen- ative with headquarters in Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will leave ·lartford Friday by motor, going y way of New Orleans, La., to visit Mrs. Ellis' mother, Mrs. Charles Perkins. ' Mr. Ellis has been with the company three and one half years. !t is the first position he had after IE was graduated from Yale university. March 21 Is Set as Date of Opening Day CHARLES CITY--The retail committee of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce has announced March 21 as the spring opening day. The committee urges the merchants to cc-operate by having their windows decorated for the event. Other committees of the Chamber of Commerce are working on plans lor the year which will be announced at the next meeting. Services of Charles Wiltse on Saturday , CHARLES CITY -- F u n e r a services for Charles Wiltse, 72 will be -held in Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. Wiltse, who was a painter, left here many years ago He is survived by two sisters in Charles City, Mrs. Garret Winter- ink and Mrs. En a Wright. Twenty-three new aerodrome will be needed in Britain for thi exiension of the voluntary air re serve. Low Bus Rates Round trip Cedar Rapids ...Sa.O Round trip Davenport $7.6 Round trip Waterloo S3.1 Round trip Minneapolis . ...S-i.5 Round trip Des Moines , S4.0 Round trip Kansas City . ...S9.4 Round trip Chicago ?10.8 · Use bus express prepaid, C. O. D. and collect. Jefferson Transportation COMPANY · BUS Depot at 16 First Street Southwest, Phone 97. ^ MEETINGS HELD BY TWO GROUPS Talk on "Power" Is Given by the Rev. Morgan for Club CHARLES CITY--Two young icople's groups held meetings Thursday evening. At the meeting ·f the Eureka club of the Congregational church tile Hev. J. G. ilorgan gave the first o£ a series 'f talks on "Power." A social time followed with games and refreshments in charge Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY -- The Iowa Volunteers will hold formal installation ceremonies Friday evening in the Legion hall. All former guardsmen are asked to attend. Charles Lottman of West St. Charles township is confined to his bed with heart trouble. G. A. DeFIon, evangelist of Chicago, will begin a series of evangelistic service in the West St Jiarles church March 12. Mrs. N. C. Peterson had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital Thursday. Mrs. R. A. Denner was discharged from the hospital following a major operation. Townsend club met Thursday evening with Mrs. Esther Silsbee Milton Gray of Bemidji, Minn, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs C. G. Gray. Mrs. Donald Booth is visiting relatives at Saint Cloud and Minneapolis, Minn. C. C. Smith of the Sherman Nursery company has gone to Du buque on business. Recent social events include a meeting of the Euchre club with Mrs. Nettie Fisher, birthday partj for Ann Busch, principal of Cen tral school, meeting oE the Tele phone Girls' club at the home o Fay Garthwaite and party for th Knrghts of Pythias and Pythian Sisters. Several Nashua member were guests and Mrs. Fred Ker stetter's committee served. Mrs Morris Swartz, Mrs. Melvin El liot and Mrs. Alfred Idso were i charge of the party given by th Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Wed nesday evening. August Werk is a patient in th hospital. Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Strong Russell, Minn., and Mrs. L. Wess ling of Marshall. Minn., have bee guests of Mrs. C. D. Strong. The also visited relatives at Rockforc A. J. Kroll ot Colwell has re turned from Washington, D. C where he and seven other low farmers were delegates to mee with the agricultural senate com mittec to discuss farm problems. Flea Surveyor on Job JOHANNESBURG, (U.R--A Oxford university, man, R. Davis is official ecologist to the govern ment of South Africa. He is pai to travel through the union, mak ing a survey of the fleas carried b South Africa's plague-carrying ro dents. of Ivan Brown, Gertrude Kellogg, [nabelle Mae and Russell Perry. There was, an attendance of 30. The Wartburg league held its regular meeting in the Lutheran social rooms. Miss Maxine Core presided at the meeting. Delores Dumont sang a solo accompanied by James Smith after which Vox Pop was' played and Keith Sylvester's committee served. Howard Lanz Files for Mayor Office CHARLES CITY--Howard Lanz is the first candidate to file for the office of mayor of Charles City and so far is the only one on the ticket. A full ticket headed by Alfred Eggert. attorney, will be filed Friday. Mayor Ira Scofield is not a candidate in this election which will be held March 27. CALLED BY DEATH GOLDFIELD -- Miss Lucille Williams who operates a Beauty Shoppe here left Wednesday foi Eldora where she was called by the death of a relative. Sleep Boxing Painful B U R L I N G T O N , Vt., (U.PJ-- Awakened by pain, Clarence Ritchie found his right hand cut from clutching shattered glass. Across the room he saw a smashed windowpane. He told police he apparently swung at the window, scoring a kneckout, while sleepwalking. CONSTIPATED? Hero Is Amazing Rnllof for Condition a Duo to Stugglsh Bow*l« ir you thinTr all laxatives act alise. Just try this MLMfil^" ·**-**·'- mf Bo rafld. thorough, re^ (reahinff. invigorating' Dependable reUef Jrom Uck ueadachest bilious BpelU. tired Jeellns when sssoclated with constipation. Ufttfinii* Diclr f?et a 25c box ot NB from yiuz Him OUT RISK druggist. Make trie test --then II not delighted, return the box to uj. 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