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April 27, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY (JLOKK-CAZETTE. A P R I L 27 1936 SOCIETY MKS. KOY KELLAK HOSTESS AT I'AKTY Mrs. Roy Kellar entertained at a birthday party at her home, 418 Georgia avenue southeast, Saturday in honor of her daughter, Bernetta, who was celebrating her thirteenth birthday. Games \vere played during P E R F E C T HEALTH Has a Beauty All Its Own . (· [ -'J I y o u 1 fed rundown -- have no energy, when your stomach gives trouble with gas, or "sour risings," take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It acts as an internal cleanser -- pimples and annoying eruptions caused by lauity elimination usually disappear -- your appetite increases and you feel more peppy than you have 'felt in years. All druggists. Buy now! New size, tablets SO cts, liquid $1.00. Large size, $1.35. the afternoon and the table was decorated with blue and yellow streamers. There were 13 guests-Margaret Olson, Velma Hockenberry, Audrey Crekmure, Marion Adkins, Lorraine Peterson, Gertrude Butter, Lucille Huffman, Louise Tusler, Edith DeGraw, Betty McDougle, Betty Zuber, Marjorie Holt and Dorothy Nelson. Raes Return From Chicago Meeting of North Central Group Mr. and Mrs. James Rae returned Saturday night from Chicago, where he attended the sessions of the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. The Mason Cityans went to Chicago by way of Indianola, where they attended the inauguration of Dr. Earl Enyeart Harper as president of Simpson college." At Chicago Mr. Rae, who is president of the Iowa State Teachers association and high school representative on the Iowa state committee of the North Central association, was called to work on the reviewing committee and later also assigned to duty on the auditing committee. A. C. Wickenden, Former Local Pastor, Preaches Speaks at First Baptist PERMANENT WAVES SPIRAL OR CROQUIGNOLE Be modern with the latest hairtiress. Make the most of your individual- We offer personal ice In permanent ing. OIL, WAVE t .95 Including Sluimnno Sluimpno nnd 1'lngcr \Vnvo VEDA CURL ! 3.75 11 Vi South Federal Phone 281 Over Kresge's Store _ m o n The This Week Only! Most Unusual Ring Values We've Ever Offered Gold Famous Steel Blue Beautiful Mexican Gems! Birthstones or Costume Kings [ Beautiful simulated white gold setting. j Each ring carries manufacturer's guar- I antee against tarnish, loss of stone or J loss of brilliancy. Exact copies of ex- I elusive designs. Kings for every member of the family. Illustrations show six of the many beautiful styles! 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C- Wickendcn, was the surprise guest speaker at the First Baptist church Sunday morning. Due to a cancellation of an appointment in Belolt, Wis., he was able to spend a few hours Sunday in Mason City. He was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, 65-1 East State street. Mr. Wickenden was pastor of the church from 1925 to 1927, leaving here nine years ago to accept the appointment as director of religious work at Miami university, Oxford, Ohio. The occasion of lu's presence in Mason City was his selection to speak in several points in North Dakota for the emergency peace campaign. His university has released him for this week for this mission. This is not "just another peace meeting." but a great nation-wide campaign in 200 cities in the United States to keep the country out of another world war and to build pub. lie sentiment on behalf of an Ameri[ can policy aimed at genuine world peace and the removal of the causes ^ c-f war, Mr. Wickenden pointed out. Contesting Philosophies. After reading part of Paul's twelfth chapter to the Corinthians on the organic nature of the body and the church, the Rev. Mr. Wick- sndon said, "There are three contesting philosophies striving for supremacy. One is the mechanistic view of life that supposes human beings are only machines and nothing else. We act in certain ways because we are just machines and hence cannot do otherwise. But this view forgets that if my automobile breaks a piston rod, it cannot repair that broken rod itself. The machine is not an organic' whole. It lacks consciousness. But if I break my arm, my body with more or less outside help will repair the broken bone. "The second philosophy is that of rugged individi^alism, which was so strong in the pioneer days. It was necessary for each pioneer colonist to have his own water supply, his own milk supply and his own food supply. But imagine the difficulties, especially in our crowded cities, if each family were to. have its own well out in the back lot, and if each family kept its own cows today. Bugged individualism which served so well in the pioneer days is now of little use. We need to see the degrees of our interdependence today." Gives Third Way. "The third way of looking- at life is St. Pauls' way in 1 Cor. 12 in which he states that in the human body the hand and the eye are not non-dependent but interdependent Ldkwise, applying this to our problems today,, no social group can live successfully while saying to another social group 'I have no need of you.' The day is past when we can go our own way in 'splendid isolation.' "This organic view of life is tue right one to hold in the fiercely complicated days in which we live. No economic group can say to another, 'I have no need of you.' And extending it to international relations, no group can say to another, 'I have no need of you.' We tried to say and do that to Germany in the Versailles treaty but it did not work out as we planned. It could not. The old Negro wag rig-lit who said, 'No man can keep another man in a ditch without staying down there with hiru- The world could not prosper as ion£ as we stayed down in the ditch hold ing Germany down. Experience shows that today no nation can win a war for victor and vanquished alike are both beaten." On "Probation." "Probation After Death" was the subject of the lesson-sermon in the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The golden text was from I Peter 1:3, "Blessed be the God and Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ, which, according to His abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead." The lesson-sermon comprised quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations read: "Now if Christ be preached that He rose from the dead, how say some among you that there is no resurrection of the dead? But if there be no resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen: But now is Christ risen from the dead, and be- von third: Woden, Manley and Jorthwood placed first, second and .bird respectively in the speed competition. In novki shorthand Magdalene .vartcl, Ebba Olson and Wayne Johnson, comprised the team that brought victory to Mason City. The winning students represented the commercial classes of Miss Gladys Price. Miss Barnard, and Miss Myrtle Albert. The novice typing group, directed by Miss Price and composed of June Skalicky, Magdalene Kartel and Vivian Martin rated third while Northwood and Manly placed first and second respectively. Commercial instructors who accompanied the students to Britt were Grace A. Bernard, Gladys Price, Myrtle Albert, instructors of shorthand and typewriting and Reuben Nyquist. The local students will be entered in the state commercial contest which is to be held in DCS Moines Saturday, May 9. · Iowa Power, Light Head Gets $6,570 WASHINGTON, UP)--The Iowa Power and Light company, DCS Moincs, reported to the securities commission Monday that C. A. Le- lancl, director and president of its subsidiary, drew a salary of $6,570 in 1935. The salary of H. L. Hanlcy, director and vice president of sub- BtiVJSJS sidiary, lor 1935, was reported $4,800, and that of Herbert Bellamy, director, $3,651. Getting Up Nights It you roller from Gelling Up Nlsnts. Nervousness. Lee Fains. Swollen Joints, DIlllnFM. Ilcailaihes. Loss of Pep. Burn- SmurllMK. Jlcblne Acidity due to '" r £- al Kidney or Bladder troubles, try Uie ·tors cunruntFCl prescription Cystex is-lcx. Must brine new vitality In 48 ,nJ satisfy completely In 8 days or ·It cwirantccil Oystcx costs only dose it druggists. THE KEV. A. C. WICKENDEN Veal Chops, Steaks !b. 15s Buehler's Best Buy · lie MUTTON CHOPS, pound VEAL PATTIES, pound come the first-fruits of them that slept." (I Cor. 15:12, 13, 20.) Among the selections from the hristian Science textbook was the following: "Jesus' unchanged physi- :al condition after what seemed to be death was followed by his exaltation above all material conditions; and this exaltation explained his ascension, and revealed unmistakably a probationary and progressive state beyond the grave" (page 46). Saved By Grace. I "Saved By Grace" was the theme of the sermons at Trinity and Calvary Lutheran churches Sunday morning. That man. the object of 'od's call to salvation is totally dead in trespasses and sin, is taught Mainly in Ephesians "--but God, jeing- rich in mercy, for His great love wherewith He loved us, even when we were dead through our trespasses made us alive together with Christ and raised us up with Him," the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl stated. To a lost and condemned world God comes and makes possible man's salvation as a work of God and as an unmerited gift to man "for by grace have ye been saved through faith: and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not of works, that no man should glory." IOWA LABORERS Milwaukee Plans to Start Two Gangs of 100 Men Each on Road Work. The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad was seeking man power in Mason City Monday through local employment agencies and planned to send two 100-men crews out of here if the laborers could be found to work on road beds chiefly in Iowa, according to Supt. W. F. Ingrahani. Although gangs of men were obtainable in large cities, Mr. Ingraham explained, the railroad company preferred to hire labor in the states through which the road operates. The first of the men were sent to Red Wing. Minn., where a gang will start and work toward Mason City. Another gang- will start from Marquette and work west through Mason City. A number of Mexicans obtained work on the first gang sent out of Mason City. Take Advantage of Special Sale of Our A choke selection of new patterns at most attractive savings. TERMS TO SUIT LEPPER JEWELRY CO. 10 FIRST STREET S. % E. RATED FiRST IN Local Commercial Students Win Amateur Shorthand and Typing Awards. The commercial department of M. C. H. S. rated first in both novice and amateur shorthand and amateur typing, both individually and as teams at the district commercial contest Saturday at Britt. Mason City merited 21 points while Northwood, second winner merited 11. Alice Harty merited highest individual honors in amateur shorthand, and was rated the most accurate in amateur typing, with but four errors, and was one of the amateur typing team, Imogene Morris and Maxine Carman being the other two members who won first in speed and accuracy. Phyllis Rogers, Maxine Nelson-members of the amateur shorthand team, rated second and third places. Both amateur typing and shorthand teams, consisting of second year students, were groomed for contest by Miss Grace Barnard. The amateur shorthand team composed of Phyllis Rogers, Maxine Nelson and Alice Harty received first team ranking. In addition to the first in individual work won by Alice Harty, Phyllis Rogers placed second for Mason City. Northwood ranked third in individual merits in the contest. Imogene Morris was awarded first in amateur typing while Alice Harty and Maxine Carmen rated second and third respectively. In the individual accuracy, Northwood captured first and second, while Vivian Martin of Mason City At P e n n e y ' s A w h i r l w i n d wind up to the 34th A n n i v e r s a r y Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Penney's will celebrate Founder's Days . . . in honor of James C. Penney, who, thirty-four years ago opened the first Penney store in Kemmerer, Wyoming. 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