The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 5
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 · 1937 LUTHERANS TO HOLD MEETING Immanuel Representatives to Attend Des Moines · Conference. The Rev. B. T. El-holm and Axel Wallskog at the Immanuel Lutheran church plan to attend the Iowa conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana synod at North America, \yhich will convene in annual session at the First Lutheran Church in Des Moines April 14 to 18. A delegation of between 150 and 200 representatives will gather from the various sections and districts of the state for this convention which will be the sixty-ninth such conference meeting since the organization of this body in Iowa. The first service of the convention will be held on Wednesday evening, April 14, with the -celebration of the Lord's Supper and the convention sermon by the president, the Hev. Dr. A. P, Westerberg of Sioux City. The convention motto will be "Seek the Lord." Conducted by State. Home missionary and institutional work conducted by the state conference will receive special attention in the various business sessions. There are three institutions in the state owned and operated' by the Iowa conference, namely, the home for children at Stanton, the home for the aged at Madrid and the Iowa Lutheran hospital at Des Moines. Then, too, the conference carries on foreign mission work and other institutional services through the larger synodical body. The officers of the conference are the .Rev. Dr. A. P. Westerberg, Sioux City, president: the Rev. D. Verner Swanson, Cowrie, vice president; the Rev. Waldo C. Ekeberg, Dayton, secretary, and the Rev. J. Walton Kemp, Des Moines, treasurer. The Rev. S. E. Engstrom temporarily located in Des Moines serves as home missionary and secretary of stewardship. \Vomen to Meet. The Women's Missionary society of the conference will also con- FIVE vene the same week in Des Moines, when activities will be presented in reports and plans for new activities laid. The officers of this auxiliary are: President, Mrs. P. R. Ekblad of Stanton; vice president, Mrs. H. E. O. Anderson of Des Moines; recording secretary, Miss Astrid Hanson of Sioux City; corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. Leonard Smith of Stanton; treasurer, Mi-s. Agnes Swanson of Burlington; historian, Mrs. Waldo C. Ekeberg, Dayton; statistician, Mrs. Walter F. Peterson of Red Oak. The state Luther League and the slate Lutheran Brotherhood will present reports of their activities of the last year, and thus also seek the advice and counsel of the general church conference. There's always a dark side. The greater.and more famous you are, the more people look disgusted when you try to pull a fast one. --Fountain Inn Tribune. "The new justices will make the constitution mean what Roosevelt wishes it to mean."--Lippmann. All right; name six boot-lickers who will do it.--Lincoln Star. MRS, ROBINSON, 6 8, DIES HERE Funeral Services lo Be Held Saturday Afternoon at i : 30 O'clock. Mis. Viola Robinson died at her home at 416 Sixteenth street northwest, following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Robinson, who had been a resident of Mason City for 14 years, was born March 10, 1869, in Frceborn county, Minnesota. She is survived by her husband, Andrew J. Robinson; one daughter, Mrs. R. T. Burroughs; one son, P. W. Robinson, Chicago, and one grandchild, Arthur J. Robinson, Waterloo; three brothers, Clarence To\vr.e, 41fi Fifth street northwest; Willis Towne, Plymouth, and E. D. Towne, California, and three sisters, Mrs. Clara Winther, Salinas, Cal.; Mrs. Anna Redington, 233 Fifth street northwest, and Mrs. Amanda Holcomb, Plymouth. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Patterson funeral home, with the Rev. William Galbrelh, pastor of the Olivet M. E. church, in charge. Burial will be at Plymouth. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Former President of Grinnell Will Retire -" From the Ministry CLEVELAND, (/P)--The Rev. Dan F. Bradley, for 32 years a Cleveland minister, looked forward Thursday to his return to Oberlin--the scene of his young manhood--following his i-etirc- ment in May at. the age of 80. Born in Bangkok, Siam, March 17, 1857, Dr. Bradley served a five year pastorate in Yankton, S. Dak., and three years as president of Grinnell (Iowa) college before coming to the Pilgrim Congregational church here in 1905. Yet every tyrannical dictator is a great liberator to those who arc on his side.--Kcwanec Star Cour- Lowry, Successor of Vasey at Springfield, Dies at New Orleans Friends of the late Frank T. Vasey, former superintendent of the Mason City schools, learned Thursday of the death of William J. Lowry, his successor, who died Saturday at a New Orleans, La., hospital after a brief illness. Mr. Lowry's death followed by 11 months that of Mr. Vasey who died April 1, 1S3G. Elected last July to the position of superintendent of the Springfield schools, Mr. Lowry assumed his duties in August and during the short line that he served as head of the Springfield school system made numerous friends and was regard^ ed by principals anct teachers with the highest esteem. Mr. Lowry had been attending a meeting of the superintendents' section of the National Education association in New Orleans when he was taken ill.' During his brief tenure in Springfield he had outlined many progressive steps for bettering the city's educational system. A short time ago he began redistricling of the school system, a procedure that had not been done for the last 20 years. The funeral was held at Kingfisher, Okla.--J. A. Shoplifter Sentenced. TOLEDO, (/P)--Justice E. M. Kufford sentenced William Du~ pien, who said he was from Muskogee, Okla., to 15 days in jail after he pleaded guilty to charges of shoplifting. FLUSH KIDNEYS OF POISONS AND STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS Live a Healthier, Happier, Longer Life Thousands of men and women wonder why bachache bothers them--why they have to visit the bathroom often at night--why flow is scanty and sometimes smarts and burns. Any one of these symptoms means that your kidneys and bladder need attention now before these minor symptoms develop into serious trouble. To flush out waste poisons and nciJ from kidneys, soothe your Off too rousing start, and values already talk o 7 the town! Visit our Downstairs Store During irritated bladder and put healthy activity into them, get n 35-cent package of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Capsules and lake as directed. This harmless, tried" and true medicine always works--you'll feel belter in a few days, as the supremely effective diuretic and kidney stimulant drives excess uric acid from the body which is jften the aggravation of joint agony, sciatica and neuritis. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules--· the original and genuine--right from Haarlem in Holland. All good things are imitated." T '107-9-11. N. FEDERAL MASON CITY, IOWA bringing you things you need every day for more comfort. . convenience .,. ease! Smart, New Patterns in 32-pce. CHSNAWARE For the Home . . . for Gifts One Special Lot OF Armstrong's QUAKER RUGS (Dropped Patterns) Usually $8.75 9x12 Size YORKTOWN SHAPE We're delighted to offer this smart chinaware at such a low price . . . with a choice of two colors, red and green. EGGSHELL NAUTILUS Many hostesses who appreciate lovely chinaware will like these beautiful sets. There arc floral patterns, striped paTterns and a platinum band pattern to select from. SERVICE FOR 6 'SERVICE FOR 6 6-8 oz. WATER TUMBLERS WITH EACH 32 PC. SET PURCHASED DURING OUR FESTIVAL GREEN RED YELLOW BLACK BLUE . ORANGE ARMSTRONGS NEW 1937 PATTERNS IN I N L A I D L I N O L E U M NOW ON DISPLAY KITCHEN SETS Dolly Madson pattern, hand-decorated in red and white, b l u e and to - , _ ana white, canary yel-Cl J lour and green. *r · · ' TABLE LAMPS Desk Lamps Table Lamps ff* 1 ! f\ Boudoir Lumps*])-! »\J Wall Lamps Modern Styles Early American Styles Sandwich T o a s t e r . . $1.39 Toaster $1.00 Electric Iron 89c (without cord) Homemakers Swarming in Each Day! Values Like These Bring Them Here! The Beverage Hostess Complete with 8 glasses and tray 99 RED BLUE ORANGE GREEN BLACK Clever, different beverage sets consisting of 8 glasses and white wire-tray-with-handle. Check pattern and Scottie pattern. DOWNSTAIRS STORE AND Ruffled Curtains a 50 Inch Panels · 8 Assorted Patterns · 2 r /i Yds. Long Marker China ware MATCHING OPENWARE 32 Pee. Breakfast Set, §4.95 with -- Casseroles, H e- fiigerator Sets.QQ,* l l r ls, etc. 0 '*- M . Mixing Bowls, etc. Oiled Sifk CURTAINS and SHOWER CURTAINS · 95 · i? j Red, blue, peach, white and green Also may be' purchased by yd. FOLDING STEP STOOLS Natural finish CTf f\f\ Rubber Tread *P * · WU May be Painted or Stained "Merimack" HAND-CUT STEMWARE Cocktails and Wines, each IQc Footed Sherbets and Tumblers, each. . . . 15c Footed Beverage Glass and Goblets, each. . I9c "Dixie" 20 Gauge ALUMINUM Hawkeye Hampers · Scat Hampers · Upiights C Ivory and .green with Pyialin top, Strong fibre. - and TABLE LAMPS Values to $4.95( One Special lot of better lamps specially reduced. KETTLES SKILLETS SAUCE PANS DOUBLE BOILERS DRIPOLATORS TEA KETTLES PERCOLATORS RING MOULDS CAKE PANS to EACH Lustrous -- Untarnishable -- Useful Shining "Dixie" Ahimimimware to brighten every kitchen . . . a complete stock . . . with every size and shape desired. See this new ware tomorrow! PASTRY SAVERS Triple Cake Box.,.,. $1.39 Cake Covers : . . $1.00 Floral Design--AH Colors THE "Moritus" 54-inch OILCLOTH New Spring 3 Q « Patterns i n J ^ C y G . Floral and Geometrical Designs Also 54-inch TABLE CLOTHS New Patterns NEVER TAKES A VACATION In healed homes the moth worm cals in winlcr na well as Biimmcr. Protect your clothes hy keeping mi Expcllo Tin hanging j n yollr c | osel . The Expello vapors go after llie inolli raimi, killing him instantly, no m a i l e r hn\v (fcq in scams nnd fibres he may he. When exposed to air tlir, odor disappears immediately. Also special packages of K\pcl|o for drawers, chests, vacuum cleaning, dcmolhiii", etc. Expello No. 1 1 LB. SIZE CAN 75C Also 25c and 50c Size Expe dome Per and 1 Ib. can $1 MAIN FLOOR -- DOMESTICS BQ. SET SECOND FLOOR Demon's DOWNSTAIRS STORE Garment Bags . $1.00 to $5.90 (Floral Chintz and Glazed Chintz) Shoe Bags . . . 5 0 c t o $ 1 . 4 9 Laundry Bags . . 49c to 79c W A I N FLOOR -- DOMESTICS T

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