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May 7, 1934

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

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MAY 7 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Convention of Hawkeye Group Held 193 Luther League Members Meet at Hampton for Session. St. Paul's Luther league of Hampton entertained 193 Luther leaguers and friends in the sixth semiannual convention of the Hawrf- eye Federation of Luther leagues in Hampton Sunday. The convention was held in the Hampton high school building and opened at 10:30 with divine service at which the Rev. Paul T. Meyer pf Hampton delivered the convention sermon on "The True Soldiers of the At noon the group gathered in the high school gymnasium for a picnic dinner. During the meal pep songs were sung and pictures of the 1933 International Luther league convention in Madison, Wis., were shown by H. Engelbrecht of Belmond, vice president of the International Luther league. A miniature model ol the site of the 1934 Iowa district convention and Bible camp, which - will be held at Clear Lake Aug. 412, was on display. The afternoon meeiing was opened with greetings by A. E. Rankin superintendent of Hampton schools and president-elect of the Hampton Rotary club. The leaguers and guests were welcomed by Miss Le ona Wenzel, president of the Hamp' ton league. H. Engelbrecht gave thi chief address, emphasizing tha faith will he manifested in good "true works," and discussing Luther league projects. The business meeting was in charge of Lawreice Lorenzen o EXTRAORDINARY' PAINT VALUES ALL THIS WEEK MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. "OVER ON EAST STATE" tockwell, president of the Hawkeye ederatlon. Greetings from C. A. Wiederanders, president of the in- ernational Luther league, and John 3tegemann, president of the Iowa Jistrict Lutner league, were conveyed. Several resolutions were idopted and the Hampton Luther eaguers and others who had a part n making the convention a success vere given a rising vote of thanks. The dart baseball tournament during the social hour was woa by he Rockwell Luther league. Program Presented by R.N.A. Juveniles for Mothers' Day The R. N. A. Juveniles met at Eagles hall Saturday for a program under the direction of Mrs. H. F. Goodwin and Mrs. Fred Arch, director, honoring: the mothers. The program opened with a song by the Juveniles, "God Bless Our Mothers," followed by a reading, "We Mothers," Mrs. C. A. Budworth; and songs "Alice in Wonderland" and "The World Owes Me a Living" by Beverly Billman. Mrs. Lester Billman accompanied her daughter. A play, "How Mothers' Day Originated," was given by Viola Morphew, her grandmother, Mrs. H. A. Morphew, Marcella Degan and Howard Goodwin. Jerry and Larry Lindsay sang two songs, "Mother" and "The Old Spinning: Wheel," and Wilbur Spuhler gave a reading, "Here's to Dad." The birthday song was sung for Peggy Jean Hayes, Robert Goodwin and Wilbur Spuhler. Mrs. N. Spuhler served refreshments. 'Visitors and mothers present include Mrs. Grant Chamberlain, Mrs. Spuhler, Mrs. Morphew, Mrs. Ed Deeney, Mrs. Viva Gribben, Mrs. Mary Faktor, Mrs., Budworth, Mrs. Henry Billman, Mrs..J. G. C. Johnson, Mrs. Charles Crowley, Mrs. Vesta Kindsay, Mrs. Lester Billman, Mrs. Aaron Elsbury, Mrs. Anna Chalupnik and Mrs. C. Herr. Plans were made for a juvenile JUNE 3 DATE SET FOR WEDDING OF MASON CITY PAIR Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Eleanor G r a c e B l u m e n s t i e l , daughter of C. W. Blumenstiel, 945 Delaware avenue n o r t h e a s t , to Karl P. Johannsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. C. Johannsen, 604 F o u r t h street northeast. June A Js toe date set for the wedding of'the couple. CONSTIPATED 30 YEARS AIDED BY OLD REMEDY "For thirty years I had constipation. Souring food from stomach choked me. Since taking Adlertka I am a new person. Constipation is a thing of the past."--Alice Burns. Huxtable Drug Co., and Weed Pharmacy. escort for the supreme officers at the coming R. N. A. convention. |* · Mrs. Joseph Holub Honored at Party on 89th Birthday Mrs. Joseph Holub, 702 Delaware avenue northeast, was honored at a party given Saturday on the occasion of her eighty-ninth birthday at her home when her five daughters and two granddaughters gathered at her home. A sixth daughter, Mrs. Fred Allen of Grand Rapids, Minn., was unable to be present. Those at the party were Mrs. M. H. Hogan of Minneapolis, Mrs. Sidney A. Dent, Mrs. A. S. Rennle, Mrs. J. W. Stennett and Miss Emma Holub, all of Mason City, and the granddaughters, Luclle and Gweneth Holub of Mason City. The time was spent informally and a lunch was served at a table centered with a birthday cake. Mrs. Holub received a number of gifts including several birthday cakes. Mrs. Holub has lived in Mason City for 55 years and at her present residence for 51 years. _+_ Miss Helen L. King Weds A. M. Baylor Now RIP OFF FAT T"Ab/Wy Lows NOBOOV PAVS ATTENTOM TO ANY MORE.,»'« SO FAT... DON'T BE. DOWNCAST-TRV THE. 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And the system is quickly cleared of depleting poisons...!^/ you never need know a hungry moment. Month's Supply Only 60t. Just ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts at any drug store. A month's supply is only 60/. You actually can follow this scientific plan for 2* a day. Don't forget: ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts. Begin the quick JAD Method of reducing--tomorrow morning. The Condensed JAD Salts- remember--is urged as a poison- banishing agent...to banish unhealthy bloating and to eliminate body moisture--not as a reducing one. Your Mother Remembers Y o u . . . thinks of you, prays for you, plans for you e\;ery day of the year. Next Sunday, May 13 Is MOTHER'S DAY She will especially appreciate your remembrance of this day if it is in the form of fresh cut flowers or a choice blooming plant from our assortment. All home-grown stock. GREENHOUSE OPEN EVENINGS ALL WEEK . . , COME OUT TONIGHT KembleY Greenhouse PHONE 55 HAMPTON, May 7.--Miss Helen Lucille King and Alvin M. Saylor were married at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. Thomas Carson, in the presence of Miss Laura Belle Saylor and Miss Frances King. The bride, daughter of Mrs Bertha King, was graduated from th« Hampton higk school and has been engaged in beaching in the 1 rural schools. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Saylor, is engaged in the grocery business with his father Mr. and Mrs. Saylor will make thel home : here, · · - BROADER VISION CHURCH SUBJECT Confirmation and Baptism at Calvary Lutheran Congregation. The larger vision of Christianity and the Ascension theme dere discussed at Mason City churches Sunday. "The Larger Outlook." "To all men--regardless of where they may dwell--there is something of a vision, some kind of an outlook," stated the Rev. Walter H. Karapen of Central Lutheran church, Sunday morning. "Beyond that which is seen, whether it be in the valley surrounded by glorious mountains with the sky as a roof, or to stand high and apart on a superb heights above the ouds to view greater and higher eavens; whether is be in the under- round tunnel where nothing is een except the dim headlight ·bich reveals the way step by step; r in the cave beneath the level of He sea where the rock formations rise like phantoms to shadow the tirking pool whose still glossy sur- ace will not betray depth and life herein--beyond these evident sur- oundings and the state of mind and he mood which they produce there s the spiritual vision and insight- he inborn intuition of what lies above and beyond! "Even as beyond the strait--rock- jound, shallow and dangerous, there les the open, glorious adventure of he sea's limitless vistas; beyond the valley, mist hung, there is from the hilltop the freedom, warmth and life of God's supreme love. "We can thank God for the way jeyond, for the knowledge, rather the visdom, in believing that our little dwelling is not the entire world, that he strait with its rocks and its .errors does not encompass the sea; that the Stygian darkness of the short passage does not comprise our itle life, but is but an instant of our living, and in another step this shall He behind. "God always leads out of the narrows into the sea; out of the cave nto freedom and light; out of the mists unto the hilltop. The vision of our minnow-like existence suddenly becomes as wide and limitless as the ocean, and we see the vision lot from our 'two-by-four little creek but from an outlook not measured in terms of what one can see and touch, but in terms of inspired ihought, and visions of one touched oy a greater, fuller, more perfect rower than his own." COMEDIAN MARRIES INVALID Bits About 'Em OPEN DEBATE OF STOCK MART ACT Senate Told Bill Aims to Make Reforms Urged by Exchange Heads. Chester Conklln, veteran movie comedian, and Miss Margherlta House, who hns been un invalid for 22 years, were married Saturday at Los Angeles. Did you recognize Conklin without his trick mustache? (Associated 1'rses Photo). Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Conover 30 Oak drive, left Sunday after noon on a motor trip to Georgia and Alabama. The trip is being made in connection with Mr. Con over's produce supply business. Mrs Neill of Aberdeen, S. Dak., m° tn of Mrs. Conover, has arrived to be at the Conover home during weir absence. ,, s * Mrs M. A. Harpster, 204 Second street northeast, Mrs. Harold Marshal! 305* Rhode Island avenue southeast, and Mrs. Jess Mathewman 412 Seventh street southeast, have returned from Chicago where they attended the convention of ths White Shrine of Jerusalem. They spent a day in Dubuque enroute home, being gone a week. Mrs. Mathewman was a delegate from Mchor shrine to the convention. * * *' Mr. and Mrs. Lars Gulbranson and daughter, Lenore, 6 Vermont avenue southeast, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wamstad of Osage. There were 45 relatives gathered there to honor Thorval Wamstad of Toten, Norway, who has been visiting in this country for the past month. Prof, and Mrs. Strom of Decorah were among the guests. 28 MARRIAGES HELD AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH NASHUA, May 7.--Marriages at the Little Brown church during the month of April numbered 28, which was double that for April last year. The Rev. William Kent, pastor, officiated at all of the weddings, excepting one, at which the Rev. G. C Lusted was the officiating clergyman. Twenty-two of the couples were from Iowa. There were 1,380 visitors who registered during the month. A four-page manuscript of George Gissing's preface to an edition 01 Dickens' "Bleak House" was sold recently in London for $250. Talks on Ascension. At St. James Lutheran church the Rev. Mr. Mall spoke on "Christ's Ascension. The pastor said that ''Christ came in order that the world might receive the blessings of Hia redemption. The law, 'which was given by Moses, condemned, but grace and forgiveness came through Christ Jesus. Christ fulfilled the old law and gave us a new law, namely to love God and man. "When Christ finally ascended into heaven to be with His Father and to rule His church the words were fulfilled, 'ought not Christ to have suffered these things and to enter into his glory?' Christ entered heaven as the Redeemer, and the Father acknowledged his work. Christ entered heaven as the head of His church, to lead and to rule. He entered heaven as the bridegroom and He will also bring His bride into that place. Christ also entered heaven as our advocate and mediator. He is our only mediator as we read in First Timothy. 'For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man, Christ Jesus.' "Christ rules his church on earth today through His Word and the Holy Spirit.'' Mrs. Raymond Keister sang "Closer to Jesus." Confirmation Held. Calvary Lutheran confirmation Sunday morning at 9 o'clock was the center of interest in the service. The following confessed their faith in the rite of confirmation: Margaret Marion Severs, Elsie Fuls, Dorothy Adeline Rakow, Avis Arlenc Dahlstrom, Phyllis Arlene Rungcr, Waneta May Spurgeon and Darolcl Robert Lien. The following received Christian baptism: Phyllis Arlene Runger Shirley May Runger and Henrietta Elizabeth- Schaer. The class had been instructed anc {he examination of the class in Christian doctrine was by Miss Han nah Schonhood, parish worker. The pastor, O. L. N. Wigdahl, had charge of the confirmation service The class will receive its first communion next Sunday. Turner Speaker at State Convention of Disabled Vets CEDAR RAPIDS, May 7. (.Tl-Former Gov. Dan Turner was the principal speaker at the opening session today of the state convention of the disabled veterans of the World war. Speakers this afternoon were members of the staff of the veterans hospital at Des Moines. The convention parade was to be held tonight. Ships Car of Horses. GREENE, May 7.--Ira Ingraham vill ship a carload of horses to Massachusetts Monday night. This will ie 10 loads of horses he has shipped 3y express to points east since Jan- lary 1, 1934. He also shipped one reight load east and eight truck- oads to Wisconsin. WASHINGTON, May 7 Senate debate on the stock market control bill was opened today by Chairman Fletcher of the banking committee, with a statement that it was designed to accomplish the reforms advocated by stock exchange heads themselves. The veteran Florida democrat, at his desk In the center of the chamber, said the bill was drafted in re- Rj^nse to national demand flowing from the disclosure of "grevious errors or errors of practices." He said Richard Whitney, president of the New York exchange, had conceded the principle of federal regulation and quoted him as saying he would be "glad to set regulation" under a federal agency Work for Reforms. "We attempt in this bill to accomplish the very reforms which Mr. Whitney said should be accomplished," Fletcher added. Even before Fletcher outlined th= bill, the senate became engaged in a controversy over the issue o whether control of the exchanges should be vested with the federn trade commission or a separate agency. Fletcher, in response to an in quiry from Senator Costigan (D Colo.) said he thought the trad commission had done "splendU work" with the securities act an saw no reason why it could not ad minister the exchange law, but tha there had been a strong demand i the committee for a separat agency. Separate Agency. Senators Barkley (D., Ky.) an Glass (D., Va.) explained that th commltee felt a separate agenc could regulate the exchanges mor effectively. Cosligan indicated he would figh for a separate commission. The "cardinal principle" of th stock market bill, Fletcher said, to restore as a rule of business n ations "a sense of fiduciary obi gations and establish social respoi sibility as distinguished from ind vidual gain." In this thaw season, and with the government program of land utiliza- 'ion under way, many an acre isn't sure whether by next week it will 30 submerged or submarginal.-- Nciv York Sun. fouth Dies in Des Moines Hospital of Auto Crash Injuries DES MOINES, May 7. (.1')--Merle averne Greene, 18, son of Mr. and «rs. Elmer Greene of near Guthrle enter, died in a hospital here to- ay from injuries received in an au- o accident at Fanslers Sunday ig-ht. Greene and three other boys were nroute to Fanslcra with his uncle, 'he headlights began to flicker. ;reene crawled on the fender, ac- ording to witnesses, to fix the ghts. 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