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MARCH so -- -Â·-----MA5PAT CITY _GLUBB.UAXK'TTE MAKCH 30 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE REDISTRICTING PUN OFFERED Measure Introduced in House : as Amendment Is Ninth This Session. Â· DES MOINES, March 30. "congressional redlstricting plan, the ninth to make Its appearance in the .house this session, was introduced today as an amendment to the .Tamisiea-Anderson plan. The amendment is said by its sponsors to represent a coalition along npn-polltlcal lines and on the : basis of population. It Is signed by Representatives Samuel D. Whiting LeRoy Shields, Otha D. Wearin Frank -W. Elliott, T. H. Donlan, H S. Berry, Homer Hush, Roy Drake John T. Aiken, W. J. McLain and I. W. Reed. The districts provided are: First-- Davis, Henry Iowa, Jasper Jefferson, Keokuk, Lee, Mahaska JPoweshiek', Van Buren, Wapello, an Washington counties. -. Second -- Cedttr, Clinton, De Colds Molnes, Jackson, Johnson, Jones. ..oulsa, Muscatlne, and Scott. Third--Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Franklin, Grundy, Linn and Tama. Fourth--Allamakee, Cerro Gordo, Chiekasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Du- Dumie, Fayette, Floyd, Howard, Mitchell, Winneshiek and Worth. Fifth--Dallas, Guthrie, Marshall, 'oik and Story. Sixth--Adams, Appanoose, Clarke, Jecatur, Lucas, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Page, Ring- jold, Taylor, Union, Warren and Wayne. Seventh--Adair, Audubon, Cass Carroll, Crawford, Fremont, Harri- sojj. Mills, Monona. Pottawattamie and Shelby. Eighth--Boons, Calhoun, Eramel, Greene Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Humboldt, Kossuth. Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Webster, Winnebago and Wright. Ninth--Buena Vista, Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Ida, Lyon, Plymouth, O'Brien, Osceola, S.ac, Sioux and Woodbury. Named Club Vice President. WAVERLY, March 30.-Prestien of Denver has been named vice president and secretary for the state of Iowa of the American Brown Leghorn club and is now gathering material for the state show to be held at Waterloo in Octo ber. Contracts Will Be tet. NEW HAMPTON, March 30.-Contracts for the new 520,000 municipal swimming pool at New Harnp- MILUON JARS USED YEARLY | toa will be i et Monday, April 5. Cracked Han with Resinol See how, overnight, its soothing medication relieves soreness, and makes the skin soft and smooth. Regular use of Resinol Soap tends to keep hands white and lovely. At all druggists. Sample of each frw. Write Reslnol, Bcpart-^J ^^ tncnt 64, Baltimore, Md. ^T WINNERS NAMED IN CONTEST FOR MUSIC STUDENTS Several Mason City Players Are Placed Without Competition. Winners of the suhdistriot music contest held Saturday morning, afternoon and evening in the high school have been announced by the judges. Students and groups who took first places will compete next at Estherville. Rankings in the various divisions were: Alto solo--Rheon Woodward, Mason City, first; Margaret Halverson, Clear Lake, second; Helen Mae Crabb, .Swaledale, third. Soprano solo--Maxine Beerrnan, Mason City, first; Dorothy Beal, Clear Lake, second; Viola Twito, Lake Mills, third. Tenor solo--Stanley Wick, Clear Lake, first; Martin Edwards, Kensett, second; Ernest Hutchins, Mason City, third. Northwood Wins First. Baritone solo--Charles Stevens, Northwood, first; Clifford Vik, Clear Lake, second; Walter Zuehlke, Brltt, third. Piano solo--Jean Swift, Mason City, first; Ruth Eddy, Swaledale, second; Evelyn Hardman, Rockwell, third. Violin solo--Harry Schulman, Mason City, first; Stanley Anderson, Clear Lake, second. Cello solo--James Stinehart, Mason City, first; Mahle Davies, Plymouth, second. Clarinet solo -- Roger Sanborn, Mason City, first; Paul Spalla, Britt, second. Cornet solo--Howard Schweer, Mason City, first; Frances White, Clear Lake, second; Paul HSgdon, Britt, third. Small Groups Compete. Girls' small vocal group--Mason City, first; Lake Mills, second; Northwood, third. Boys' small vocal group--Mason City, first; Kensett, second. Mixed small vocal, group--Lake Mills, first; Northwood, second. Class B orchestra--Britt, first; Clear Lake, second. Boys' Â· glee club class B--Lake Mills, first; Northwood, second. Girls', glee club class B--Lake Mills, first; Garner, second. Rockwell is Winner. Girls' glee club class C--Rockwell, first; Plymouth, second. Chorus class B--Lake Mills, first; Britt, second. Class B orchestra--Britt, Clear Lake, second. In class B band Britt had no competition. Mason City had no competition in class A mixed chorus, boys' glee club, girls' glee club, band, orchestra, marching Uand, stringed quartet, stringed trio, instrumental baritone, flute, oboe, bassoon, French horn, trombone, tuba and xylophone and these will proceed directly to the next contest. Special Services Held Â£~~ -* i nisiner jeii^en a Sunn av part in readings kj LAI LVU.d-J' The pastor an first; on Confirmation and Other Events Celebrated as x Ministers^ Observe Significant D ay in Church History. The message of Palm Sunday with its significance to the teachings 1 will be given, of Christianity supplied the inspiration for most of the sermons delivered | At the service by Mason City ministers Sunday. Several churches observed the occasion with confirmation and other events of special interest. cussed by Miss Broa Hanson. Mrs. crowd on the ..road welcomed H M E. Reed, Miss Marie Hanson, that Day because they thot that Â» Miss Norma Hetland, .Marie Jensen, was their kind Esther Jensen and Oriet Lee took music and song. announced that a five reel film by the Oberammergau passion play of the life of Christ would be shown at the church Tuesday night at 8 o'clock by W. G. Olson of Northwood. A free will offering at the Calvary church the pastor spoke on Jesus was their kind of Messiah, 1 added. When they found out He did not fulfill their expectations dul j we see that the shouts of welcprn^ turned within a few days to sound. .[ At the 11 o'clock service, Ray B^ J Knnz sang as the offertory, "TbAted.J Palms," by Faure, and the competer; munion service was that of Monkstnird the service In C. There are dallj celebrations of the Holy Coromunl _____________ _ _ .... . us the Savior who is enlisting clti- j 0 n this week up to Good Frldayj HAGGARD SPEAKS ON PALM SUNDAY zens In the Kingdom of Heaven. A prac( . fce WQa heM for lhe Easter Lenten Meditation on Wednesd*!Â«- ew night at 7:30 o'clock. On Good ^ r11 J MAN AT KENSETT IS FOUND DEAD E. T. Conway, Heart Disease Victim, to Be Buried in Emmetsburg. KENSETT, March 30.--Funeral services for E. T. Conway, 55, Kensett buttermaker, who was found dead Saturday night from heart disease, will be held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning at Sacred Heart church, Manly, with burial in Bin- metsburgJ The body of Mr, Conway was found about 10:30 o'clock Saturday night in an outbuilding. It Is thot he was on his way to the creamery. His wife and son, Forest, left Kensett, Saturday morning to attend a musical contest at Mason City. Mr. Conway was then at tha creamery. When he failed to return Saturday evening it was believed hÂ« had gone to Mason City for repairs on an automobile. Dr. Hewitt, Northwood, coroner was called and declared. Mr. Conway died from heart disease. Mr. and Mrs. Conway lived here four years. 'Speaking on "Palm Sunday" Dean A. M. Haggard in the Church of Christ said, "Why did the enthusiasm of Palm Sunday melt away?-melt so completely and so suddenly? Why did no leader organize it and make it count? No greater opportunity ever came before nor since to any lawyer. What a plea might have been made, why did His inner band go into hiding, why was He left so nearly alone? What is worse than moral cowardice, such as' broke Peter down, what is finer than the fidelity of John? More than once I have baen asked what I would have done. I do not know. "I am afraid to trust my judge- ment. It dies not profit so much to speculate upon what we would would not have \ done 1901 yen ago, as it is to determine what we are going to do now. Jesus Is now in need of our help, Satan is still blinding Christian eyes and hardening Christian hearts. needs and demands were vast. He I program to be given Easter Sun- day, there will be a three hour came to win humanity back to the j day at 3 p. m. . . . -- . _ , _ - , Father ana laid claim to the willing, loving obedience of all human beings to work svith Him in the finishing of this task. "To accomplish this work the Christ still needs sincere hearts and the branches from the palm trees that were strewn in the way PALM SUNDAY CELEBRATED is the tree which makes its growth each year in the heart and permits no grafting of a foreign type." The Rev. Mr. Parker reported that 11 new members were received into church fellowship and that another! TM"7" I sel VIOe Sunday at St. John's church, the in all of the services. There was a celebration of the Holy Communion at 8; tv children's Eucharist at 9:45; a celebration of the Holy Communion with 'sermon at 11 and a vesper | vice beginning at 12 o'clock. Leave for Montana. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Blanch, bolt -left Monday for her home Glendive. Mont. Mrs. Abbott w: called to" the bedside of her C. H. Crowell, during his visit fi lowing the funeral. .et| ~* I class will be received on Thursday night. He also reports attendance I records in both the Sunday school and night services. Holy week services will be held in the church Wednesday, Thursday ' and Friday nights at 7:45 o'clock. The holy communion will be administered on day nights. Thursday and Fri- selvcs to God, to Christ and His church. Some who have never publicly enlisted under the Christian Banner should do so now. Beem early, work long and hard, die with many stars in your crown."-^ MOVIE OF PASSION PLAY IS COMING TUESDAY LAST DAY Of FREE TUBS Offer On the New Improved Automatic Washer \T'rHEN ^rnootti'.i 1 white hands, W clear .eyes and a fresh healthy complexion--youth itself--is at stake, then true comfort and convenience should never be denied. Why not plan now to come in and see the new Automatic Washer tomorrow morning? You'll like its richness of color and beauty of lines. What's more, you'll want the better, easier washing advantages it affords. But remember--Tuesday is the last clay of the Free Tubs offer. CHRIST'S ENTRY SERMON SUBJECT Two classes had 100 per cent in attendance in the Sunday school of Grave Evangelical church Sunday. The Rev. P W. PCaltzgraff talked from the theme "Christ s Triumphant Entry Into the Temple.' A brief report of the message fol- "On the day that Christ made His triumphant entry into Jerusalem He came into the, temple and merely looked about. What He saw can only be surmised. On the next day He made His triumphant., entry into the temple by driving out the money changers, and those who sold and bought doves, sheep and oxen. Jesus found 1 abuses and missuses of the temple in Jerusalem. A selfish robbing commercialism was being carried on and interfering with religious devotions. They also seemed to have made the temple :_a common passageway. The' time^, -brayer was~ BHng^ mTe rf erred ~wi Race discrimination was evident in their failing to make it a house of prayer for all nations. Jesus also re-established the true teaching of the Word when. He began to teach. There is need of Christ's triumphant entry into the present church." The junior 'and intermediate leagues met at 6:45 p. m. The senior league was led by Irene Fewins. At the 7:30 service the pastor gave the first in a series of sermons on "Bible Women." His subject was "The Loyalty of Women to -a Cause." Paul and Richard Pfaltzgraff sang. Carl Werthenbach and the Rev. Mr. PfaHzgraff sang' "Jesus Thinks of Me" as a duet. The sermon at the morning service at the Lutheran church was a call to every one to make Christ king of our various'life interests. In all social activities every Christian ought to be concerned about doing nothing that would,be contrary to the wishes of our heavenly Father, the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdah] said. As a fitting Palm Sunday selection, Mrs. Wigdahl sang "Jerusalem," Parker, accompanied by A. J. Warner. Tho church was fittingly decorated with palms and flowers. The Luther league topic based on the words in John 14, 5-6, was dis There was an unusually large attendance at all of these services. At 11 o'clock, the rector speaking from the text, "And when He was come near, He behld the city and wept over it," said that "the Gospel for Palm Sunday is fundamentally the gospel of one who was despised and rejected. For the multitude, this day, was a glorious entry, a triumph; but for Our Lord, it was the foreshadowing of what .we have taken as our text,- 'Despised and Rejected.'" The Rev. Mr. Redenbaugh continued, "On that day, Jesus did a startling thing. He entered Jerusalem, boldly, in the prophetic way of the Messiah. The people caught the implications of His act. But they read it crudely, without understanding the spiritual reality which Our Lord was symbolizing. 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They sang the confirmation hymn, "Jesus Still Lead On.'.' The Rev. O. Mall spoke to the members of the confirmation class, admonishing them: "Take God's word with you, children. You have learned how to live a Godly life, but sin will always stand in your way. Sin clings to us all, even to you children. You must know what sin is in order to avoid it. And you do know. Today you resolve to stay clean. The Psalmlat says, 'wherewithal shall a young man (or woman) cleanse his way? By taking heed thereto according to Thy Word.' Thy word means God's word. Let the Bible, God'3 word, be your light, your guide, your power, your joy, your salvation." Miss Evelyn Weber sang "Calvary." The Holy Lord's supper was given in the main service. The pastor announced that on Good or Holy Friday German services would be held at 11 a. m. and English services at 7:45 p. m. The Luther league met at 7 p. m. with the confirmation class as i guests. Elsie Buehler discussed the topic "Christ Our King." Mrs. Mall played an organ solo "The Lost Chord" and the Rev. Mr. Mall sar.g "Rock of Ages." Eleanor Schmidt read "What a Young Woman Ought to Be." The league voted to send a donation to the "Warthburg Hospital" at Minneapolis. It was announced that the social meeting next week would be held on Tuesday and not on Wednesday evening.. MONTH END SALE 49 Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs Dance Handkerchiefs, Plain Linen Handkerchiefs, Fancy Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs, Men's Fancy Rayon Striped Handkerchiefs, etc. . . All included in this closeout of odd lots at exactly Ladies' SILK SCARFS A Special Group of Ladies' Fancy Silk Scarfs in in all colors. Special for our Â·Â£ / p |^ | Â£ Â£ -- / Â£ Month End Sale CENTRAL CHURCH HAS NEW MEMBERS U / 6 PRICE "With Palm Sunday we enter the most significant week in all history," said the Rev. G. G. Parker at the Central Lutheran church. 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