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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 20 g| 1 93 » Mason City's Calendar 111. ,f\»3V/ATM VfA f* ·*· V«AJWJL*AJ «**·*·"*·· ·*·"·*" 7 *-* ---- ^M ^^^^^.^^j^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^·····.······^^^··^·'·^^^TM*"'--' SHERIFF STARTS AUTO UGHT-LICENS^_CAMPAJGN I w April 34 -- Free Christian Science . lecture by William B. Brown, C. S. B., Los Angeles, Cal., in church edifice. April 27--Chamber of Commerce spring frolic at Hotel Hanford. April 26 to May 2--National Baby week. May 4-9--Clean Up, Paint Up, Fix Tjp campaign sponsored by junior division of Chamber of Commerce. They Brought Ail-American Rating to Cub-Gazette Here In Mason City Use Teerlene for washing walls. Shepherd's Paint Wallpaper. . Mr and Mrs. ·!· E. Campbell and son Jimmy, Waseca, Minn., were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Deyoe, parents of Mrs. Campbell. P G E. Employes club annual fiance, Surf, April 23. Public invited. 40c per person. Rates on interurban. Slow- improvement in the condition of Mrs. Willis G. C- Bagley at the Mercy hospital over, the weekend was reported Monday. Over 240,000 people are using Investors Syndicate service saving money for a rainy day. Ph. 439. The awning on the Town Talk, 21 Second street northeast, burned at 1-10 o'clock Monday afternoon. Ladles! New'menu daily in Diamond Silver Cup Bread! ! Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 7;30 at ^the Church of Christ continuing a study of "Golden Texts from the Epistles " The book studies this week will be 1 Corinthians. The service will be led by D. L. Kratz who will *lve the historical setting of the book and outline its contents. The service is held in the Junior room of the Church of. Christ. Garden seed in bulk at Boomhower Hardware. NOTICE I, A to B. of R. T. members are to meet at the Y. W. C. A. Tues at 2:00 to attend Sister Roths funeral. POUTJCAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for superintendent of schools in Cerro Gordo county subject to the will of the school convention May l2 ' A. G. HtNSHAW JAMES CHKISTENSEN · Business Manager POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the position of superitendent of schools of Cerro Gordo.county.sub- ject to the will of the .electors of GLEN BUCHANAN Make-Up Editor Take Depositions in $10,000 DamageSuit Against C. M. Hayden Plaintiff's testimony, in _the form of depositions was read Monday afternoon before Judge M. F. Edwards and a jury by Nate Levmspn, Mason City attorney representing James McGillivray, New York, N. Y in a suit seeking $10,000 .damages from Charles M. Hayden and the tetter's son, Charles W. Hayden, for injuries received by McGfflwray on July 21, 1933, when he was allegedly struck and knocked down by * a? automobile driven by Charles W. Hayden on a street corner in New York City. , R. F. Clough is acting aa counsel for the'Haydens. Jurors impaneled Monday morning to hear the case are C. A. Blum, Charlotte Adams, Carl Hanson, Birdie Murray and Lloyd W. Morse, Mason City; Louise Stunkard, Mrs. Rose King, Crystal Ashland and Maude Robbins, Clear Lake; Mrs. Walter Phillips, Plymouth; Helen BUILDING SHOWS LARGE INCREASE Mason City Helped Raise Iowa Figures for March. Mason City was one of the municipalities that helped raise the Iowa building permits for March considerably over the February figures, according to the Iowa Bureau of Labor. The Mason City valuation rose from $10,310 to 559,440 while in the state as a whole there was an increase of 5435,754.50 in March over the previous month. Five hundred and eight more building permits were issued in March than in February. Figures for the first three months of the year show that 10 less permits were issued in that period than to the first three months of 1935. Building conditions in principal Iowa cities: FEBRUARY 1938 MARCH 1936 Pmts. Valuation Pmts. Valuation 24,468.00 131 54.862.00 ton ______ 1 S 2.650.00 9 $ 6.132,00 Cedar Rapids . . 28 48,487.00 134 120.836.00 Council Bluffs .. 1 1,300.00 12 , 7.475.00 Davenport .... Mono . Dulraque. Fort Dodge. ., City ____ Marshalltown ... Mason MAKTIN YOSELOFF Managing Editor School Paper Has Superior Contest Rank Placed in High Class Three Years in Succession. For the third year in succession the Cub Gazette was given an All- American rating or superior by three judges named from the universities of the nation who are outstanding in journalistic work. Such a rating is due primarily, according to Miss Elizabeth H. Graves, adviser, to one senior and four junior staff members: James Christensen, business manager; Martin Yoseloff, managing editor; Bob Parrish, editor-in-chief; Glen Buchanan, makeup editor, and John Armentrout, sports editor. Of the 844 high school papers of the nation that sent in all their papers for the first semester for judging, 160 merited All-American. Of that number 27 were classified as "school pages in local papers" and four of that number besides the Cub Gazette were given All-American. The four divisions considered in detail by judges in the manual and score book are first, news values and sources; second, news writing and editing; third, headlines, typography and make-up; fourth, department pages and special features. The'baximum score .for news writing and editing was 280 and the Cub rated 205 in that division--its highest of the four. Fred L. Kildow, director of the National Scholastic Press association, in his letter to the staff stresses the fact that the standards of judging were considerably higher this year than last inasmuch as some papers make tremendous strides in new ideas, therefore, he says "higher standards and increase in the number of papers in each group made competition for honor ratings keener than ever before;" The complete list of the winners will be published in the Scholastic Editor for May. BOB PARRISH Editor-in-Chief IOWA PATROLMEN AID OFFICERS IN INTENSIVE DRIVE All Drivers Must Have Their Licenses With Them, Robertson States. A cleahup campaign against improperly lighted and improperly licensed automobiles and trucks was inaugurated Saturday night by Sheriff J. M. Robertson and his deputies. The campaign will continue for several months, with the aid of the Iowa State highway patrol. More than 50 cars and trucks vv-cre stopped by deputies Saturday and Sunday evenings and in most instances the drivers were instructed to have defects in the cars corrected without delay. Some arrests were made in cases of flagrant violations. To Check Licenses. Drivers' licenses will also be checked. Sheriff Robertson issued a warning that all motor vehicle operators must have their licenses in their possession at all times. Sheriff Robertson also warned persons'op erating with the old 1932 drivers licenses were violating the law. Per sons driving without 1935-37 licen ses are subject to arrest, according to Sheriff Robertson. Sheriff Robertson stated tha with the advent of warmer weathe and the consequent increase in traf fie, the accident hazard is greatl increased by improperly lighted an improperly licensed vehicles. The campaign to clean up thi laxity on the part of the drivin public is designed to further pro mote highway safety in Cerro Gord county. ' Lundberg Observes 16 Years of Business Here JOHN ARMENTROUT Sports Editor Itore Enlarged Foul- Times to Handle Sales. Sixteen years in the ready-to- svear business in Mason City is the ecord of the D. K. Lundberg and company store, 26-28 East State It was on April 19, 1920, that D. n.. Lundberg, formerly connected with large specialty shops .and de- lartment stores at Minneapolis, St. i'aul and Des Moines, opened the Mason City store. Mr. Lundberg felt at that time that Mason City had unusual opportunities for the development of the ready-to-wear bus- ness. The history of the business in .the past 16 years is convincing evidence f the correctness of his judgment in opening a store here. The store has been enlarged four times in these 16 years. Only two sales persons were employed in the first atore, which was at 28 East State street. At present, with extras employed on Saturdays and other rush periods, the store has a personnel of 28. Included m the enlargement program of the store was the leasing of the old Cobb-Meyer building at 26 East State street, doubling the size of the establishment. Mr Lundberg is continually contending that Mason City is more than a one street town. The growth of his East State street business he regards as ample proof of this contention. D. K. LUNDBERG IN TRAFFIC COURT , Barnhill, Rockwell, TOum, Swaledale. and Esther 56.300.00 101 10,188.00 19 318,197.00 12,158.50 1.292.50 26 4.6S2.03 4,500.00 12 .25,655.00 23.300.DO 15 11,515.00 10,310.00 . 4,200.00 59.44U.OO 48.250.00 FORFEITS BOND Lou T. Rogers, 2HV- South Federal avenue, forfeited a $25 bond posted when arrested by police at 12:20 o'clock Sunday morning on a charge of, disorderly conduct. Dr.V.LWicks CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST AT B'-B SHOE STORE 4 2.400.00 26 4.0.300.00 11 22.925.00 66 40, 372.50 Otumwa.. Sioux City Waterloo ..... TOTAL . 131 5212.320.50 639 S64S.OI5.00 Visitors From Florida- JOICB--Mr. and Mrs. Rig Johnson of Florida left the Dr. E. H. Ostrem home Friday for Frost Minn., to visit other relatives. The Ostrem family joined them there Sunday. For Sale or Trade Almost new 32 volt, 1,000- Watt Wind Power Electric Plant. Also used Delco Light Plants. J A C O B Y Buttery and Electric Service ilO So. Delaware Phone 319 PEOPLE . . . who. have tested Fireside Fuels orer a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL 0. Phone 888 DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SID AFFECTS HEART Gas Pressure May Cause Dis comfort. Right Side Best. If you toss in bed and can' sleep on right side, try Adlerika Just ONE dose relieves stomach I GAS pressing on heart so you sleep I soundly all night. Adlerika acts on BOTH upper an ower bowels and brings out fou matter you would never believe wa~ n your system. This old matter | may have poisoned you for months and caused GAS, . sour stomach, leadache or nervousness. Dr. H. L. Shoub, New York, reports: "In addition to intestinal cleansing, Adlerika greatly reduces bacteria and colon bacilli." Mrs. Jas. Filler: "Gas on my stomach was so bad I could not eat or sleep. Even my heart hurt. The first dose of Adlerika brought, me relief. Now I eat as I wish, sleep fine and never felt better." Give your stomach and bowels a REAL cleansing with Adlerika and see how good you feel. Just ONE dose relieves GAS and chronic constipation. Sold by all druggists and ' -: - Huxtable.Drug H. H. AT THE HOSPITALS drug departments. CO. Mrs. Henry Smith, 630 Maryland avenue southeast, was admitted to ;he Park hospital Saturday for ireatment. Mrs. W. J. Burger and infant son, 517 Seventh street southeast, were dismissed from the Story hospital Saturday. A son weighing 7 pounds 11% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Jakoubek, Garner, at the Mercy hospital Friday. Vemon S. Bennett, Nashua, was admitted to the Park hospital Saturday for treatment. A son weighing 8 pounds ,': ounce was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Fait, 1020 First street southwest, at the Mercy hospital Saturday. Mrs. H. E. Gordon, 827 Fourth street southwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following a minor operation. A daughter weighing 9 pounds 5% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Schnieder, Garner, at the Mercy hospital Sunday. Harry H. Huntley, Clear Lake, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following treatment. A daughter weighing 6 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hanson, 1836 North Federal avenue, at the Mercy hospital Sunday. Mrs. David Vigdahl. 912 President avenue southwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following a major operation. Mrs. James Armstrong, Clear Lake, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following treatment. Leroy Eisenmann. Woden, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following treatment. Mrs. Rufus Rollier, Dougherty, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Richard King, 1104 President Court, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday . following treatment. Donald Giesen, 123 Fifth street northwest was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Monday following a major operation. A daughter weighing pounds fl ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nelson, Burchinal. at the Park hospital Sunday. TO ATTEND IOWA CHURCH MEETING Delegation From Immanuel Lutheran Church to Leave Tuesday. The Rev. B. T. Erholm, pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran church; George Guertin, Jr., representing the congregation, and Mrs. Henry Herfindahl, representing the Woman's Missionary society, will leave Tuesday morning by automobile for Stanton, where they' will attend the Iowa Lutheran conference convention, which opens Wednesday night and continues through Sunday. This delegation, Mr. Erholm stated, will find that home mission activities of the conference will be the big order of the convention. Last year a home missionary was called in the person of the Rev. S. E. Engstrom, who is at present, promoting home missionary activities in various communities of the state. One new congregation has been organized at Griswold. Other fields are investigated and a number of home mission congregations are being strengthened. Theme Announced. The general convention theme will be, "Our Christian Resource." And the theme for the women's missionary conclave will be, "Building for Eternity." Around these themes the . devotional meditations, as well the affairs of the v convention to be considered, will be centered. The Rev. A. P. Westerberg of Sioux City, president of the conference, will sound the keynote in hia convention sermon on Wednesday evening. He will use the convention theme for his subject. The strictly spiritual and moral problems of today will be given special attention. The liquor problem, the divorce situation, the "sex appeal" craze, the peace and war question will come in for their share of discussion and resolutions, To Give Addresses. Among the outstanding speakers during the week will be Dr. P. O. Bersell of Minneapolis, president of the Augustana Synod, and the Rev. E. F. Pihlblad, president of Bethany college, Lindsborg, Kans., as well as Dr. Victor R. Pearson, head of the Department of Religion at Augus- tana college, Rock Island, HI., and the Rev. and Mrs. Victor Swenson, returned missionaries from China. The officers of the. conference are the following: Dr. A. P. Westerberg, Sioux City, president; the Rev, Waldo C. Ekeberg, Dayton, secretary; and the Rev. J. Walton Kempe, Des Moines, treasurer. One person was bound to the grand jury and the drivers' licenses of two others were taken away for six months' periods in Police Judge Morris Laird's traffic court Monday. Dick Twaddle, Clear Lake, was bound to the grand jury, with bond fixed at $500, on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Twaddle was arrested at 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning at Clear Lake by Iowa State Patrolman Joe Staebell and Deputy Sheriff Stuart Grummon. Perl Benson, Forest City, and O. J. Leonard, local hotel, were each fined $103.85 on charges of reckless driving. Their .drivers' licenses were taken for a period of six, months. Held On Driving Charge. Edward N. Hahn, Emery, was fined 525 and costs and sentenced to attend two sessions of traffic school on a charge of r'ecklsss driving. He wa also .arrested by Patrolman Staebell and Deputy Grummon early Sunday morning on Highway 18 near Clear Lake. Ed Sernett, 217 Tenth street northwest, M. C. Jones, 119',i South Federal avenue, and Mrs. S. M Decker, 110 Ninth street northeast, were sentenced to attend traffic school on charges of double parking. Dave Ryan, Mason City and Mrs. C.' J. Merkle, 228 Tenth street northwest, each forfeited bonds of $l.on charges of doubl parking. Robert Rose, Plymouth, was fine the costs and sentenced to tw sessions of traffic court when ar rested on a charge of speeding. Firemen Give First Aid to Man Burned as Wax Catches Fire Firemen gave first aid treatment o J P Johnson, -113 Fifth street ortheast, about 9:10 o'clock Satur- av night when wax he was mixing ith kerosene took fire. His left lumb was burned. Sparks from a chimney also set re to the home of Roy Bailey, 426 uincy avenue southwest, at 11:24 clock Sunday 'morning. A grass re got out of control at the home f Nate Katz 1126 Second street orthwest about 1 o'clock Sunday fternoon and another grass fire tailed from burning rubbish at 208 Fourth street southwest. Goetsch Will Speak at Townsend Meeting Sam'D. Goetsch, Decorah, will be 3 SERVICE CLUBS TO PLAY VOUEY TOURNEY IN Y, M Luncheon to Be Served at Close of Ball Games Wednesday. The schedule of games for the annual service club volleyball tournament to be held Wednesday noon at the Y. M. C. A., has been announced. Each team will play two games. Games on the schedule are: Kiwanis vs. Lions. Rotary vs. winner of first game. Rotary vs. loser of first game. The first game will be played at 12:15 o'clock. It is planned to have all games finished by 1 o'clock when members of the three service clubs will be served luncheon. Attendance of 125 to 135 is expected. Arrangements for the affair are in charge of W. H. Erickson of the Lions club, F. C. Heneman of the Rotary club and Chuck Gasswint of the Kiwanis club. Because of this program, the clubs are omitting their regular luncheons this week. LUTHERAN BIBLE CAMP JULY 5-11 AT CLEAR LAKE Dr. Braulick, President c-f Wartburg College, to Be , Bible Teacher. , Plans are progressing for the American Lutheran conference 3ible camp to be held at the Methodist Camp at Clear Lake. July 5 ;o 11. The faculty has been se- ected and teachers and lecturers lave accepted their assignments. The Bible teacher this year will be Dr. E. J. Braulick. president of Wartburg college, Waveriy. Dr. C. A. Wendell, Lutheran student pastor at 1 the University of Minnesota, will give a series of lectures on Hymnology and a number of inspirational addresses. 01 d campers will welcome the return to camp of the Rev. A. S. Burgess, missionary, who was at the camp two years ago, and who will this year "give a number of lectures on subjects related to missions. Faculty and camp staff members will be available for small group and personal conferences throughout the week. To Open July 5. The camp will open Sunday afternoon, July 5, with registration and an opening service at '4 o'clock, and another service at 8 o'clock, with Dr. Wendell the speaker at both services. Besides the regular schedule of daily Bible studies, group conferences, and lectures, the rogram provides f o r lakeside ings, inspirational addresses, evening evangelistic services, a music estival and a consecration service at the close of the camp. There will also be supervised re- reation, a mixer, a picnic and other features to provide for the social , : _ ; j rogram. The camp will close Sat- .,yjK urday afternoon, July 11. The fee. ' "·* has been set at 56, which is a reduction from that charged last year. To Be Camp Director. The Rev. R. C. Schleuter of Wav- eriy, is acting camp director: the *ev. Raymond C. Swanson, Swea v ( City, is secretary, and the Rev. B. 'nfy T. Erholm of Mason City, is camp ^/i" treasurer. Prof. Stanley Olsen, Wai- ,Vi;,i dorf college. Forest City, has served * as dean, but resigned on account of lis acceptance of a pastorate in Waco, Tex. The Rev. Paul Meyer. Hampton, lias been elected dean of men, and Miss Sylvia Berge, Estherville, dean of women. Miss Mildred Henderson of Northfield, Minn., was elected camp dietitian. r ··'.'« l.'.i be speaker at the meeting -. ownsend club No. 1 at the P. G. and E auditorium at 8 o'clock Mon. ay evening. The program will m- lude singing and guitar music by L A. Peck and family and a vocal olo by Miss Viola Wass, accom- anied by Mrs. O. C. Sortien. The neeting is open to the public. Matthews Winner of Cantor Peace Prize NEW YORK--Owen W. Matthews third, a high school graduate, ,f Portland, Ore., has been announced the winner of the Eddie Cantor , $5,000 peace scholarship competition. The previous winner having been disqualified, the prize was awarded to the contestant who received the second highest number of votes from the judges. Brown's Christian Science Lecture to Be Given at Church William E. Brown, C. S. B v Lo Angeles, will lecture on "Christian Science: The Science and Art o Spiritual Living" Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Washington avenue and Third street northwest. Mr. Brown is a member of the board of lectureship of the Mother church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. The lecture is being given free to the public by the membership of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Mason City. Robbery of Store at Cartersville Probed The Harry Cahalan store at Car- teraville was .broken into Saturday night and about a $1 in small change and tobacco was stolen from the store. A pane of glass was removed from the door to gam entrance to the store. Sheriff J. M. Robertson investigated the robbery and finger prints were taken. MRS. C. ROTH, 50, DIES IN HOSPITAL Funeral Services to Be Mel Tuesday Afternoon at 2:30 O'clock. Funeral services for Mrs. Fen Caroline Roth, 2514 Jefferson ave. mie southwest, who died at a local hospital Sunday morning, will be held at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon at the Patterson funeral home. The Rev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet M. E. church in charge. Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Roth is survived by her husband, Charles Roth; five sons, Delmar, Winten, Ernest and Carl, all at home, and Wallace, 36 Twenty- fifti street southwest; and five sisters, Mrs. Hans Myley, Joke, Mrs. P. J. Peterson, Joice, Mrs. Emil Wallen, Clear Lake, Mrs. J. C. Odden,. Mason City and Mrs. C. C. Groves of Moline, 111. Mrs. Roth was born April 21, 1885, at Miller and had lived in Mason City the past 35 years. She was a member o£ the Kcbekah lodge, the ladies auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the First M. E. church. Visitor From Colfax. HANLONTOWN--Ernest Hamer of Colfax has been a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Colby. He is a brother of Mrs. Colby. ··'I vuti^ij.* LEAGUE TO MEET TUESDAY Trinity Senior Luther League will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in with the Rev. L F Scheie of Joyce as a guest sneaker. There will be a duet by Alva Skram and Vivian Waldmoe and a clarinet number by Truman Gravelie. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frelund will be hosts. TWO FINED Alec Detrich, 1636 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, was fined $10 and costs Monday by Police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of intoxication. Detrich was arrested at Third street and South Federal avenue Saturday. Walter O'Niel, city, was fined 510 and costs on a plea of guilty to intoxication. sixth street southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operation. Harry Getz," Hanford hotel, was admitted to the Mercy hospifal Sunday for treatment. Mrs. Chris Kally, 214'.;! South Federal avenue, was admitted to Townsend Club Hears Waterloo Minister Townsend club No. 2 met Sunday afternoon at Labor hall for a talk by the Rev. R. A. Broyles of Waterloo who spoke on the "Problems and Merits of the Townsend Plan.' Paul Scott introduced the speaker A benefit card party was announced for Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the P. G. K when bridge and 500 will be played and refresh menta served. There will be a shot *! K nOfPUHl oumtny. " ' Mrs. Leona Young. 125 Twenty- ' minor operation. Federal avenue, was admitted to menta served. Tnore win oe a SHIM the Mercy hospital Monday for a business meeting beginning: at ?:ou I o'clock. ONION SETS, Per pound FLOUK, Wooden Shoe, guaranteed, 49 Ib. bag MO'TOB OIL, Cities Service, Quart Can ... 5c CANDY BARS, S for We Pay 16c a Dozen in Trade for Good Eggs Pay Cash and Save 10% to 30% MORRIS FOOD STORE 321 6th Street Southwest 5c 19c lOc STATE THEATER Closed for Remodeling Watch for Opening Date COMPLETE Optical Service · Your Prescriptions Are Guaranteed to Be Correct. A C E S Smith Optical Co: : .'·· 21:,EAST STAT'E .· JayE.Houlahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office 773 Phones Res. 3131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDG. DIAMONDS OF QUALITY Beautiful, Brilliant, Blue White Diamonds Are a Lifetime Investment, Engagement £« A Cft Rings «pAi$«3w up CONVENIENT CREDIT M U R R A Y JEWELRY CO. Foresters Bldg. DELCO BATTERIES and Radiator Service Central Auto ElectricCo. 25 First Street S. W. PHONE 494 TITTLE BROS. Tue». and Wed. Specials Sugar Cured -j Gm Bacon Squares, Ib. ****» Quality Beef Sirloin Steak, Ib.... Round Bone Pork Steak, Ib... 19e Sugar Cured Sliced Bacon, Ib. Fancy Spring fl O*» LambSteok, I b . . . *«»*· FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE AT CHURCH EDIFICE Corner of N. Wash. Ave. and 3rd St. Friday, April 24, 8 P. M, The Hon. William L Brown ? C. S. B. Of Los Angeles, Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. SUBJECT--"Christian Science: The Science and Art of Spiritual Living" Auspices of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Mason City. YOU ARE INVITED!

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