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April 3, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTB APRIt 8 1931 Olivet Methodists | Jo Present Musical v , Program on Sunday A. program of Easter music will lie presented by the OHvet Methodist church choir Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Harold E. Payne is the director and Mrs. W. Ross Clark, the accompanist. The program is in three parts, as follows: Tho Triumphal -Entry. . Anthem, "Blessed Is He Tnat Cometh" .Wilson Soprano solo "The Palms" Mrs. L. J. Lundahl Aathem, "In Majesty Ride On".... Lorenz The Great Sacrifice. Vocal Duet, "Midnight in the Gar- den," Mrs. H. M. Sherman, soprano; Mrs. Alec Anderson, contralto. Quartet, "And He, Bearing His Cross, Went Forth," Mrs. Li J. Lundahl/ soprano; Mrs. E. R'. Enerson, contralto; Ernest A. FJarup, tenor, and Harold E. Payne, baritone. Tenor Solo .... .~TTv ."Calvary' ; Noble Calvert Anthem, "O Lamb of God," Nolle The Resurrection. Vocal Duet, "A Whisper of Hope" Mrs. L. C. Posz, soprano, and Miaa Ruth Galbretn, contralto. Anthem, "Where Grave, Thy Vic tory?" ·... Wilson Piano Solo, "Hallelujah Chorus 1 (From Messiah) Handel Mrs. W. Ross Clark, Anthem, "The Lord Is Risen In deed" Adams here's to tlie great American grain in its most . delicious form! , Made into · KelloggV Corn Flakes and enjoyed By more than 12,000,000 people every day. Here's to wholesome corn CORN F L A K E S 4r Alwyj oven-fresh in the patented '· wrapper (AeNEW CLOTHES, the CREDIT PLAN/ I Meet Us Tomorrow / Heel Your Friends Sunday// Use our Payment Plan Plenty of time Saturday to ,dress up for 'Easter Sunday and be in style with everybody else. """" "EverybodyAdmires OurEasterVariefy of COATSJQ5 0 Specially Priced ?I^V Styles galore! Fabrics-the ^K^^FC most exquisite, soft, and ^^ ^^^ *· fashipnable. All with rich fur trimming. What-values! Be here early to get best choice." Entirely New Groups of Easter DRESSES "T 95 Gay Colorful Prints *m '^oijL Complete your Easter outfit ^K C\v^° · with a pretty frock of Crepe. ^^ In our'new stocks you're sure to see many styles beautifully becoming to you. See them tombrrow, __ Alterations in time for Easier Pay After ^ Eaister $1 DOW*T WEEKLY Tuvn *° us f or real AO './·/ M it ON EASY '.CREDIT . 1 Be thrifty and save money on'your Easter Clqthes. Here's our special Easter Value in Smart finely-tailored SUITS ancL $ TOPCOATS r Nothing Like Theml In Town \ Snappy, well-tailored clothes. Just what you want for Easter Sunday and all Spring. And they're the biggest value we've had in years. To see is to admire -- a n d to admire is to select your choice. STORE OPEN LATE SATURDAY IORDAN A V 119 South Federal Aye. | People are Pleased ' with our P r i c e s HBXEN HENDBJOKS News Editor Residence Phono S40W OFFICE PHONE No. 2S9 LEE DEWKJGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Easter Sunday Services Featured by Musicales HEADS ROTARIANS DR. A. S. DICE ROTARY CLUB HAS ELECTION H. E. F r e e m a n , Retiring President, Becomes ' Board Member. CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Dr. A. S. Dice was elected to the presidency of the Clear Lake Rotary club Thursday at its ^regular noon meeting at the I. O. O. F. hall. He will succeed Ji. E. Freeman to this post. C. F: Crane was elected vice president, H. N. · Halvorson, secretary and treasurer. O. T. Hansen and Harry E. Mason were elected directors to serve with the retiring president, and the other three of- ticers on the board. The series of debates on the aub- lect "Resolved that the enforce- nent of the eighteenth amendment s the best solution of the liquor problem," was continued at this neeting, E. B. Stillman speaking r or the affirmative and C. A. Knutson for the negative. In last week's session. Dr. A. S. Dice spoke.on the: negative and C. F. Crane on the affirmative. David Davenport, student of the University of Iowa, was the only guest. Mrs. Chris Anderson and daughter, Evelyn, went to Wesley Thursday for a short visit. Capt. Robert Dollar, the shipping man, at 87 is more active than ever. There's nothing like circulation to keep a dollar bright.--Ames Tribune. ' Sun. 'Til 6:00 25c Park Theatre CLEAJl LAKE Friday "SEV TAKES A HOLIDAY" Saturday BOB STEELE In "Land of Missing Men" Sunday "jyilLLIE" COOKINGCROQUETTES AND ROASTING COFFEE HAVE MUCH IN COMMON Success Depends Upon the Rule -- A Little at a Time Careful cooks do not crowd too many croquettes into the hot fat because they lower the temperature and then absorb grease. Cooking a few at a time prevents this. In Toasting coffee there, is similar difficulty when too much is roasted at once. It is impossible td' control the heat and often, as a result, part of the batch is overdone and -part underdone. This causes variation in flavor. Hills Bros., following tho rule in the croquette recipe, roast only a few pounds of eoffeo at a time by their patented, continuous process--Controlled Roasting. There is no variation in the. roast because there is accurate control cf the heat, also of the flow of coffee through tho roasters. A rare, uniform flavor is developed such as no ether coffee has. Grocers everywhere sell Hills Bros. Coffee in vacuum cans that keep it fresh. Air, which destroys the flavor of coffee, is removed fro'm the cans when they are packed, and kept out. Ordinary cans, oven if air-tight, do not keep coffee fresh. Ask for Hills Bros. CofTee by name and look for tho Arab--the trade-mark--on the can. Hills Bros. Coffee, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota. *Baptismals, R e c e p t i o n of Members and Communion Services Planned. CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--In addition to display of new bonnets and spring ensembles which marks Easter Sunday, Easter services at the Clear Lake churches will be observed with special music, communion and the reception of-members and baptismals. A cantata "Christ Victorious," will be presented at 7:30 o'clock at the Methodist church under the direction of, W. W. Connelly. Sunrise Easter services will also be held at 7 o'clock on the lakeshore by Geist park. These will be conducted by the Epworth league and open to the public. The Zion Lutheran junior choir will also present a cantata "The Eterpal Life" in the church at 3 o'clock. It is under the direction of Mrs. McCormick. Following are the church programs: 1 CONGREGATIONAL W. B. Milne, pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Easter." Communion and reception of members. On this morning we are thinking of the rising into newness of life. Spring has a message all' of its own, that which seemingly was dead it tells us is full of life and vitality. On this morning the Christian church brings to us a message of cheer, hope and encouragement because it tells us that that which is thot dead is yet living. The truth and principles Christ taught and which His ememles believed buried with Him, His lifeless body in the tomb rose with a newness of life and now spreads their life giving influence thru the entire world. You are invited to worship with us. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN S. M. Stcnby pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching by pastor at 11 o'clock. Evening services in English at 7:30 o'clock in charge of the Mission society. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8. Ladies' Aid meets Wednesday at 2 o'clock. METHODIST ·I. K. Tumbleson, pastor Sunrise services at 7 o'clock on lakeshore at Geist park. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11, sermon theme, 'Easter, the Hope of Mankind." Reception of members. Tenor solo "At :he End of the Sabbath," Speaks, by W. W. Connelly. Anthem by choir, "Rejoice and Be Glad." and Mrs. H. E. Mason at the organ. ··'-.'· ' Junior league at 2:30 o'clock. The cantata "Christ Victorious" presented at 7:30 by choir. CHUKCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST North East street " Bible school at 10 o'clock. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Unreality." Wednesday services at 8 o'clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST I. O. O. F. hall M. A. Lowe, pastor Bible school 10 , o'clock, Prank Long, superintendent. Preaching and observance of Lord Supper, 11 o'clock. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Mrs. H. M. Dunsmoor and the Rev. James Miller, pastors Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. ST. PATRICK'S' CATHOLIC Father J. V. Bacci Sunday services as follows: Mass at 10 o'clock. Catechism and class of instruction for children and adults at 11 o'clock! ZION LUTHERAN H. O, Urness, pastor. No confirmation class Saturday. Sunday school at ,9:45 o'clock. Easter services at 10:30 instead of 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "Easter Hope." Anthems "He Is Risen," by junior choir, "Behold He Is Risen" by senior choir with solo by Marian Lungren, and "Behold . Ye Despisers," senior choir with solo by Max Olson. The sacrament of Baptism will be administered to about 15 adults and children. Over 40 per sons will'be received into the church membership. The junior choir will give the Easter cantata "Eternal Life" at 3 o'clock. Discuss Procedure to Get Veterans' Hospital at Lake CLEAR LAKE, April 3. Committees from the Mason City Chamber of Commerce, the Garner Commerlcal club met with a group from. the local commerce club at the Clear Lake Country club Thursday night relative to the procedure to he used' in obtaining the Veteran's hospital In Clear LakeAn option has already been taken on one site while other sites were also looked over. The group from Mason City included W. G. C. Bagley, E. S. Selby Ralph Lloyd Jones, Ben Webster, Tho Rev. Pickett and Lester Milligan, secretary of the club. The Garner group consisted of Charles Frisbee and Dr. Bemia. No definite steps were taken by the group al this meeting. Scalded Elliott Child Dies. ELLIOTT, April 3. (^j--Scalded by a tub of boiling water she dragged from a chair on to herself, Audry Riley, 2, daughter of Frank Hiley, a farmer near here, deid yes terday. CREDIT BUREAU PLANS SESSION C. 0. Stiles, National Field Secretary, to Be Main Speaker. CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--The Clear Lake Retail Credit associa- tion'plan.to meet Tuesday April 14 for dinner and monthly business meeting. C. O. Stiles, national field secretary of the Retail 'Credit association, of St. Louis will be present and give an address. The dinner will be an open meeting to which all of the Clear Lake business persons have been invited altho they are not members of th» organization. The affair will be held in the basement of the Zion Lutheran church at 6:30, the Lutheran women serving. Reservations may be made thru any of the directors or with Bea Lynch, Mason City. For the past few years the speaker has been associated with 1,200 credit bureaus in the United States, with long experience as a bureau manager. A Mason City man will also speak at this time concerning a startling survey which has been made in that city. i Clear Lake Farmer Fined $100 and Costs on Liquor Charges 'CLEAR LAKE, April 3.--Frank Muftagh, a farmer living near Ventura, was r arrested by Officer O. T. Wooldridge Thursday evening on Main street for intoxication, disturbing: the peace, using profane language and resisting an officer. He was locked in the city Jail and a fire was discovered in his cell about 10 o'clock. In police court this morning before Mayor W. H. Ward he was fined ?100 and $3.85 costs, plus 520 damage caused by fire. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Hats--Special Friday and Saturday. $l'to $2.95. Koeneman's MiUl- nery and Beauty shop. Mrs. H. A. Lord, North Fifth street, left Friday for Omaha, Nebr.i where she will spend several weeks at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lord. Clever new blouses In voiles and linens at $1.95. Peter Pan Shop. N. Doyle, East Main street, left Friday for Peterson where he will attend the funeral of his niece, Mrs. Ella Harris, who died Wednesday afternoon. Just received--newest In heads and necklaces. Glut T. Hansen Co. Airs. Kate Glaslor returned this week from a winter's sojourn in Los Angeles, Cal. She also visited in Washington. New shipment of very attractive hats at Oluf T. Hansen's. Mrs. W. \V. Connelly and children are expected to return to their home at Clear Lake this week-end after spending several days at Des Moines with relatives. Kid gloves In eggshell, block, white and mode. Very attractive and low priced. Oluf T.- Hansen Co. Mrs. C. C. Branson was hostess to members of the Saratoga Whist club Thursday afternoon at her home on East Main street. Get your new Easter dress and coat at the Oluf T. Hansen store. W. Smoker, Waterloo, was a business caller at the Clear Lake Country club Thursday. Mrs. L. K. Callanan entertained the members of the U. Y. B. club Friday at a luncheon at her home on East State street. She is a former member of the club. Dr. A. J. Cole, Alec Thompson and E. K. Greene attended the funeral of Joe Treganza at Britt Friday afternoon. Want to rent small house or bungalow or year 'round cottage, furnished or unfurnished. Please give particulars and price. Must be reasonable. References. Write E-3, Clear Lake Globe-Gazette. Both of the eighth grades o£ the high school enjoyed a hike to state park Thursday. They cooked their dinner on an open fire. / Mr. and Mrs. C. B. VVilcox and children, Verne and Virginia, Minneapolis, Minn., are the house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn, North Third street. 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