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April 20, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 20 M 1»36 WORLD LEARNING CHRIST RANKS AS GREAT TEACHER That Is Statement of Bishop Leete at First Methodist Church Here. : The world is beginning to know more than ever that Christ had the right to' say: "Learn of me," ; Bishop Frederick D. Leete of the · Omaha area declared at the rnorn- ; ing service of the First Methodist · church Sunday. "Jesus," the bishop added, "spoke · three languages. He had a right to say, 'learn of me,' because of what He knew. After .20 centuries more ; people are studying His words than anyone else who ever lived. "He had a right to say it because of his ability to impart knowledge. He was 'the teacher of teachers. ·': People said of him, 'No man ever ': spake as this man. He especially '· had a right to say it because he was the Son of the Highest. .: Were "Meek" Men. ! "From him there .are three im- ·i portant things to learn. First, that ; there is strength in weakness. In all 5 history there are two men who have : come -down .through the ages as ·meek' men.'There never was any '. greatness among the arrogant, blus: tering : type of people. ; "Second,that there is beauty in holiness. Holiness is not a pose, a 1 .sham cloak, ranting, censoriousness, · bitterness, but whblesorneness, com! pleteness. Christ was holy yet chil- ·' dren -rah to Him and. He was the friend' of publicans ' and ' sinners. : There was something about Him that -drew others. 'Third, that there is sacrifice. The ·world doesn't teach any of these things. It teaches selfishness. What i the nations need today is some power-to transform the people into '· a. spirit of -brotherhood. This cannot · be done without sacrifice." Is God's Method. ; The sermon subject discussed by E. L. Kratz Sunday morning at the Church of Christ was "The Foolishness of Preaching." ' " "Preaching." said Mr. Kratz, "is : God's method of propagating- the essential Christian beliefs. Through the sacraments, God is mediated and His presence revealed to those who worship. But God and His truth are as fitly portrayed by a living, personality moved by a spirit of conviction as they are by an article of church furniture or an item of church ritual. "The church members are dependent upon the minister for spiritual support as the minister is upon the congregation for bis material support. In an ideal society, each individual contributes-according to his talents and depends upon others for what he lacks. In the pagan world, many have talents and power which they are unable to give to society through the failure of the co-operative spirit to provide employment for all." Seminar at Trinity. The Waldorf college seminar Janesville School Head Experienced in Field. A. G. Hinshaw, superintendent of schools at Janesville for the past seven years, Monday announced he has entered the race as a candidate for county superintendent of schools of Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Hinshaw was formerly head of the normal training schools of Manly. He was a member of the Worth county board of education three years. Mr. Hinshaw was born in Hardin county, near New Providence, and received his early education in the rural schools of -that neighborhood. He started his career as a teacher in a country school near Union. He received his B. S. degree at Penn college and has also done considerable work in agriculture at Ames, receiving his masters degree a few years ago from Iowa State Hinshaw Candidate for County Superintendent JURY NAMED IN $10,000 ACTION Sworn-in to Try Suit Based on Alleged False Search Against Sheriff. WEST UNION--A jury of five men and seven women was sworn in in" Judge H. E. Taylor's court Monday to try the ?10,000 damage suit for alleged false search brought by Clarence Romaiell, IS, Waterloo, against N. J. Nehring, sheriff of Fayette county. The search on a warrant from the Waterloo municipal court, Nov. 25, 3935. was the day following a break- in at the store at Oran, Fayette county, 'where Rommel ' formerly was a resident. M. F. Fields, Negro attorney, of Waterloo, represents the plaintiff. A. G. HINSHAW i t 6 Hinshaw has held a first I eral years and also holds one'bf tne grade state life certificate for sev- I new superintendent's certificates. group with their faculty advisor, Prof. Stanley'Olsen, were the guest speakers at the Trinity Young- People's Luther league "Fireside Hour" and at the evening service at the Calvary-church at 7:30 p. rn. Arthur Widero in his Easter talk at Trinity spoke of the marvelous change the resurrection of Christ had made in the life of the Apostle Paul and how this victory of Christ over death' had imparted to the early Christians the spirit which considered every sacrifice for Christ their chief joy. John van Ohlen, speaking at tne Calvary church, told the story of the change that comes into the heart of every one who accepts Christ. The Rev. Stanley Olsen spoke of the absolute necessity of young people facing the challenge of Christ In a very personal manner. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Peterson presented their infant son, John William Peterson for Christian baptism. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Orin Peterson, were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auld, 411 Second street southwest, presented their infant daughter, Janet Idella Auld, for Christian baptism at a service at their home Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Petersen of Garner, as sponsors. "Doctrine of Atonement" was the subject of the lesson-sermon in the Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text was from I Corinthians 1:18, "The preaching of the cross is to'them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God." 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: "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new. And all things are of God, 'who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and hatr given to us the ministry of reconciliation" (II Cor. 5:17, IS). Among the selections from the Christian Science textbopk was the following: "Jesus aided in reconciling man to God by giving man a truer sense of love, the divine principle of Jesus' teachings, and this truer sense of love redeems man from the law of matter, sin, and death by the law of-spirit--the law of divine love" (p. 19.) Boys Reprimanded fpr Sales Talks Used for Canvassing in Nashua NASHUA--Two boys, aged about 19, one of whom claimed he was from Mason City and the other from Charles City, were released Monday after being reprimanded on policies they were using to advance the sales of magazines. They claimed, in sales talks, that if they sold enough subscriptions they would receive free^ scholarships to Moody Bible institute. The boy who later admitted he was from Mason City told Mrs. William Kent, wife of a local pastor that he was living in Plainfield anc that he attended the M. E. church there. When she asked him if he knew the Rev. Earl Hodgkin, who serves the M. E. church there, he said he did not know him. Mrs. Kent became suspicious and checked with several other women on whom the boys had called am found that their stories did not seerr true. Action then was started which led to questioning of the boys by local officers. Assault and Battery Trial Postponed in Local Police Court No one will ever know probably what Sam Zaharides, proprietor of he Boston cafe, 401 South Federal venue, will do if young Charles O'Banion, 421 Van Burcn avenue southwest, ever strikes young Gus .aharides, 7 years old. Young-O'Banion. 13, did not wait 11 FARMER-LABOR CANDIDATES FILE Hurry to Get Their Papers in Before Deadline of Wednesday Night. DEs MOINES, (.-P)--Eleven candidates for farmer-labor party nominations filed with the secretary of state Monday among candidates hurrying to qualify before the Wednesday evening deadline. They included Arthur Houver of Springville for lieutenant-governor, Jess Sickler of Ogden for secretary of agriculture, George F. Buresoh of Cedar Rapids for United States senator, and W. G.' Remington of Waterloo for railroad commissioner Norman Baker of Muscatine filed his papers for the republican nomination for United States senator, and Andy Swanson of Chariton for the democratic nomination to congress from' the fifth d'istrict. Papers were received in early mails from nearly three score candidates for democratic and republican nominations to the state legislature. The filing period will close at p. m. Wednesday but papers mailed and postmarked as of that date also will be accepted, it was announced Patchen Returns From Two Day Conferernce Superintendent of Waterworks Carl Patchen has returned from a two day conference of waterworks superintendents at Iowa City, where about SO engineers in his position attended. The conference was held under the direction of Earl Water man, professor of sanitary engineer ing at Iowa university. Discussion were open to the engineers attend ing and dealt largely with sanita tion in water supplies and developments of air conditioning. DearO.G: 1ti/?£ ick ifcruk money! Y OU CAN'T LOSE in trying Double-Mellow Old Golds, as these smokers found out. They asked and got double their money back after the first pack. But they tried a second pack?'!. and Double-Mellow Old Golds won them'com- pletely. How about you? Have you had the thrill of Old Gold's prize'crop tobaccos? "On trying my second pack of 'Double-Mellows,' 1 got a thrill." HAROLD C. SAGER, Buffalo, N. Y. "Those Jmjble-mdtowsmoKet are marvelous. So am returning check." WALLACE W. FRITZ, Chicago. "I can't keep your refund. 1 now find I like Old Golds too well." JEAN SAP1RSTE1N, Jamaica, N. Y. "1'rn returning your check. Another trial convinced me Old Golds are swell." WM. RESOK, Philadelphia. Here's your check (un- cashed). The second pack of O.G's sold me. SCHOELLER, Passaic, N. J. for Big Sam to tell him and Big Sam did not tell him. But the cafe proprietor is facing charges of assault and battery, nevertheless, in police court. The case was continued until Monday afternoon. Zaharides was taken into custody Sunday evening when he was alleged to have beaten a boy and cut his arm. According to information received by police the three O'Banion boys, Charles, 13, John, 11, and Richard, 14, had been playing on the Chicago, Rock Island Pacific railroad, freight house loading platform. Young Gus Zaharides was said to have thrown a stone that hit Charles O'Banion on the leg. Charles chased Gus; caught him in front of his father's cafe and slapped him. Then Big Sam was alleged to have chased the boys, caught Richard and bruised his arm; then caught Charles .and told him that if he ever struck Gus he'd "see what'll happen." And there the story stands--with no one knowing just what Big Sam intends to do. Getting Up Nights ir vou sutffr from GeUlns Up NlKhts, NerU 3 .H.3.. 1.CB Full.. Swollen Joint.. Dizziness, Headathw. Low " peri ; ° u '"' me siMrtinu. 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