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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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WEEK PLANNED Iowa in 1936 Will Be Theme of Observance April 20 to 25. DES MOINES. i.W--Observance of Iowa History week April 20-20 will have as its central theme, "Iowa in 1836," commemorating the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Territory of Wisconsin, the state historical society has announced. Historical papers and programs to be presented during- the we«k will dwell principally on events while Iowa was a part of the territory.. Observance of the week is sponsored jointly by the state historical society and the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs to stimulate a greater interest, in the state's history. The present is the eleventh in a series inaugurated in 1926. College Press Group to Hold Convention at Cedar Falls Campus CEDAR FALLS. U)--The program for the annul Iowa College Press association convention to be hela at Iowa State Teachers college here April 17 and 18 includes an address by Jack Morrow, former ed- i'or of the Japan Times and Mail Tokio. Morrow's, address on "Japan Has Spoken the Final Word to the Occident," will follow the registration of delegates. President O. R. Latham of the college will welcome delegates at a noon luncheon. Roundtable leaders will include Mary McGuire, editor of the Drake Times-Delphic. Robert Everett, business manager of the Coe college Cosmos; George Martin, Upper Iowa Collegian; and Marion L. tfoah, editor, Drake Quax. year- jook. MICHEU'CRESCO, DIES SUDDENLY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL I 19:11; NINE Oil Wells March on City's Residential Section Aged Man Becomes 111 While in Business Section; Rites Wednesday. CRESCO--Micnei H. Michel. 77, died suddenly at Mercy hospital shortly after being; taken sick in the business section of Cresco on Monday. He had boon in poor health for some time. Funeral services'will be held at the Imnmnuel Lutheran church Wednesday, the Rev. W. L. Moench officiating, with burial at Granger, Minn., ten miles north of Cresco. Nearly $3,000,000 worth of concertinas were .shipped from Germany last year HAMP Dows Woman, Pushed by Lamb, Breaks Arm DOWS--Mrs. James Winslow, about 70, suffered a broken ann between the elbow and shoulder Sunday evening. She was feeding some pet lambs when one of them ran against her and she fell against the wall of the barn. Electricity produced in Great Britain last year was 13.890,000,000 watts. Built To Take It! It's the Hit of the Season All Sizes and Shades C O M E I.\ ·-GIIOW A DIAMOND" CLUB How you can grow a big diamond from a small diamond by our new. simple, easy plan. Slttrt wilh any diamond rag torn our collection and make »mall weekly payment. Wear the ring while you pay and when 11 growi into a larger one . . . -we make a generous donallon toward the larger diamond. Rites at Easde Grove for James, 60, Farmer KAGLK GKOVK--Ch.-irk-s Raymond James, (50. a prominent fann- er in Troy township, ilkxl at the farm home Saturday. Funeral services iverc held at Iht- Kubitschtk and Kastler funeral parlors TucFilay at 2:30 p. ni.. in charge of the Krv. Albert S. Kilboiirn of the Congi-v- ^ational church. Burial wax ninth: in Kose Hill cemetery. He is survived by three 1 brothers and two sisters: Walter Webb and Ed James In Eagle Grove, Mrs. Sam Middlcton in Eagle Grove and Mrs. John I* Brown in Hollywood. Cal. Former ISiwideiit Dies. KUDD--Airs. \V. J. Frevert and son. Warren, went to Eddyvllle, called tlii'i-f by the illness o"f Dr. Willard Prevert, former resident of Kudcl. SPECIAL VALUE! BEAUTIFUL KNIT onen L dr Hi£ "0 w i C l - v ., c "" * helr mflr « h '"*« beautiful residential areas after city's vote to ? n t , , or . dri1IIln r ;° blocks of c.ty property. Property owners are recompensed by finding the '-black gold" m their back yards. Gov. Ernest Murland 1ms also threatened to drill on the capitol grounds Lenten Reading Books Circulated by Library jXeegsake ARCADtA RAY E. PRUSIA CO. W. H. POTTS Jeweler Many Timely Work Can Be Obtained During Lent. At the beginning of Holy Wee the library staff has made som notes on a few of the religious book that are outstanding for Lente reading. The religious books ha been circulating steadily from th reserve in the main hall the pas few weeks. Bach year in the spring someon turns to the "Little Flowers of S Francis of Assisi" for inspiration and there is a tiny volume by Mu kerji called "Daily Meditations" tha reminds us that beyond all th tumult there is the silence. An anthology of spiritual wisdon selected by Gerald Bullett is drawn from many ages and literatures ani 3 entitled "The Testament of Light. Hailed by Hugh Wajpole as "one o the best living writers of Englisl prose," the anthologist has includes :n his book many prose extracts as well as poetry, and prominent min sters have found this book stimu lating- in its spiritual insight. Passion Characters Described. In "Figures of the Passion of On: iord" Gabriel Miro describes the chief characters of the Passion. H. show us Caiaphas, Anna. .Pontiu; Pilate, Nicodemus in their officia roles and their reaction to the per sonality of Jesus. Each chapter ;ives a complete picture iri itself. "Jesus of Nazareth, the prince of ife" by A. J. Reynolds is a narra- ive of Jesus from Hie Gospel of fathew, Mark, Luke and John. tf$ rtO^- This book belongs to the Elizabeth Hanf ord collection. "Meditations on the Cross" by Toyohiko Kagawa are most appropi- ate for the Lenten season, and since Mr. Kagawa's visit to Des Moines, there has been an increased interest in his books. "Mirror of the Months" by Sheila Kayo-Smith contains twelve "meditations on the spiritual meaning' of the months of the year. The most timely are those on March and April. In the chapter on March, the month of the Passion, she meditates on Calvary, where willing acceptance of suffering was made a means by which grace may be obtained. April, the month of the Resurrection, commemorates the redemption of the human thought by Christianity which baptized into itself the best of Judaism and paganism. "Moods and Truths." "Moods and Truths" by Fulton J. Sheen compares the moods which dominate modern thinking and the truths which inspire ultra-modern thinking. Seeks to direct minds to the eternal and abiding- truths which must remain the foundations of sound thinking because they are od-made. Mothers and teachers will find the New Testament stories in volume 10 of the "Master Library" and the Story of the Master in volume 6 of "Book of Life" lovely to reaJ with their children. The Book of Life was a gift to the library from Miss Gertrude Decker. "Pilgrim Artist in Palestine" by '- F. Anson includes the Way of the ross--the actual places where the events in the Sacred Passion took place. "Songs From the Slums" by Toyo- iiko Kagawa are poems written vhen the author was a consumptive icy living in the slums of Japan. Re- ·eals .the sensitiveness of the youth o the sorrows of his people and of ,is desire to help . Mary Pickford Writes. Sorrow over the loss of her moth- r and brother prompted Mary Pick- ord to write "My Rendezvous With Jfe" to help others find a way out F that sorrow by gaining faith in od and themselves. She describes eaifch as life progressing beyond our hy-Eioal senses. In regard to a fu- ure life, she says that nothing in jis universe is ever lost. God would ot create a distinct personality just o wipe it out in a few years. She notes the saying that "Happy lives ·e little lives. They do not live be- ond their rose-wreathed walls." lose who venture out into a life of rife must accept sorrow and bear gallantly, looking for consolation ward the shining mountain · tops ahead. "Who is Then This Man?" by Melanie Mamas is the story of the last three years of Christ's life on earth. It is told in a beautiful and reverent manner by a French woman. Final Sessions of Training School on Sea Foods This Week The final sessions of the training school in consumers buying will be held on sea foods Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, it was announced at the office of Miss Marjorie A. Cholett. home demonstration agent. The sessions will start at 10 o'clock in the morning. It is the purpose of this lesson to aid in giving the consumer information in regard to the sea food industry and suggestions for desirable buying practices as well as ways of introducing variety in serving sea foods. The following is the menu which will be served at the training- schools: Appetizers Salmon or mackerel bechamel Mashed Potatoes Fruit and Cabbage Salad Bread and Butter Marshmallow fruit pudding Beverage Wafers Those attending have been asked to bring labels of various canned sea foods. Women with first hand knowledge of the use of fish in foreign lands should contribute to discussion, it was stated. The following is the schedule: Tuesday. April 7--Lincoln and G;ant townships at the home of Mrs. Marion Ha.ll: Lincoln chairman, Mrs. Bert Myhre: Grant chairman. Mrs. Rollin Luscomb. , Thursday. April !)--Mason and . J Portland townships at the home o f ! Mrs. H. Davidson; Mason township chairman. Mrs. Axel Anderson; Portland chairman. Mrs. H. Davidson. Friday, April 10--Lime Creek and Falls township at the home of Mrs. John Bnnver; Lime Creek chairman. Mrs. A. M. Matzcn: Falls chairman. Mrs. Paul H. Matzen. At Educational Meetings. ST. ANSGAR -- Misses Bernice Kirchgatter and Viola Baldner went to Iowa City Monday to spend a week attending a group of meetings by the Educators association. FOR STREET WEAR Rayon Acetate Yarn, All Pastel Spring Shades, Washable. SIZES M to 44 J.JNEWBERRY COl " 21-23 SOUTH FEDERAL THE TOWN'S 3 MOST OUTSTANDING GROUPS Hig-h, Low and Medium Heels is aturalizers Blues, Greys British Tans Whites, Patents, Gabardines This season's biggest hits in shoe fashions are here by the hundreds. 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