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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, April 4, 1931
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'APRIL 4 1 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CHARLES CITY NEWS Expenditures Made by Supervisors of Floyd County Given CHARLES CITY, April 4--The board of supervisors- will meet Monday for their regular weekly session. Fred C. Clark, Nora Nora Springs, is chairman and following ,are. the standing committees 1 : Finance, Amos Jacobs, F. O. Martin and S.. Vern Maxson; ju- . diciary, Amos Jacobs, H. M; Wal- Vleser an F. O. Martin; county property, S. Vern Maxson, H. M. Wal- leser and Fred C. Clark; county farm, Fred C..Clark, S. Vern Maxson and Amos Jacobs; supplies, Fred C. Clark,; F. O. Martin and S. Vern Maxson; roads and bridges, S. Vern Maxson, Fred C. Clark, Amos Jacobs, H, M.~Walleser and F. O. Martin. The expenditures by t the board members for 1930 released by the county auditor .in the financial report are as follows, in- f eluding per diem, committee work and mileage; H. M. Walleser, 5267.20; S. Vern Maxson, Rockford, 51,168.10; Amos Jacobs, 51,021.50; Fred C. Clark, Nora Springs, ?!,463.55; Fred Uhe, Floyd, ?692.40. 50 Characters Take Part V in Charles City Pageant CHARLES CITY, April 4.--Fifty characters will take part in a pageant to be given Sunday evening in the First Methodist church They will he appropriately .cos turned to portray "The Immortal Jty of Love and Service," a pageanl by Augustine Smith, exemplifying the scenes in Christ's last week on earth. Special Easter music will be sung by the choir. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Charles City High School Will Open on Monday in CHARLES CITY, April" 4--The Jgh school will open Monday morn- ng In the building formerly used iy the Chester Knitting Mills on Main street, a block north of the lostoffice. Workmen under the di- ection of August Peterson and N. Peterson and Son are busy put- ing up temporary partitions and jtner changes to provide 15 classrooms and an office for the high Rchool principal. The lighting space is good for school work and many good fea- ures about heating and toilet facil- ties have made the remodeling easier than was at first thot by members .of the school board when ;hey were looking for temporary quarters. A high school assembly room wlil be arranged in the gymnasium of the Manual Arts building. The opening assembly will be held here Monday morning at 8:30. Thru the courtesy of the board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. the office of Supt. P. C. Lapham will be in ths boys' lobby of the Y. M. C. A. The board of education has made arrangements to rent text books to the students at a nominal price and the members of the faculty will have charge of this plan. r "Easter Sunday V 'CHARLES CTTY, April 4.--Mer via Sours, athletic secretary at thi Y. M. C. A., is enrolling men fo; the kittenball league and soon.teami will he selected for the summer'; activity. Louise Williams, teacher in th Mason City schools, will arrive horn tonight to spend Easter with he mother, Mrs. Sam Williams. The W. R. C. will observe Gram Army day Monday with a party from 5 to 8:30 o'clock in the G. A R. rooms. A picnic supper will b served followed by a program. Mrs. Ruth Melcher returned yes terday from Colesburg where she at tended the funeral of her niece Helen Wellemeyer, 19, who died fo: lowing a week's illness. Miss Welle meyer was a teacher in the Delaware county schools. : PS. C. Rolflng of the Oliver Equipment .company in Chicago, spent Friday, and Saturday: he*e ,bn busl- 'ne*3.-^Hies?*3^ ? -'~y, J^au,: who has been visiting^ T- aunt, Mrs. Dale Lawrence, returned home with him. Frances Odle went to Mason City yesterday to enter Mercy hospital for a minor operation. Clara Klaus wha teaches in Nlles Center, 111., will spend Easter with her mother, Mrs. J. H. Kiaus. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Leek and / baby came today to spend Easter with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of Spencer carne to spend Sun- .day with . Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. Amelia Smith. The social service comittee con. slsting of Mrs. Carrie Harding, Mrs. E. T. Qough and Charlotte Magdslck had charge of the pro- fram at the meeting of the P. B. O. society last evening at the community house. Local- institutions were discussed. Hostesses were I Charlotte Magdsick, Sopha Magd) sick and Helene McCray. Wright Named Head of North Iowa Group CHARLES CITY, April 4.--F. H. Wright of Nashua was elected president of the North Iowa con-! sistory, Merten Klaus, Charles City, vice-president, and George W. Howard, secretary and treasurer at the annual Maundy-Thursday services held in the Masonic Temple Thursday evening. The dinner was served by the Eastern Stars to 50 members present from Osage, Nora Springs, Plalnfield, Nashua ond New Hampton. The Rev. James G. Creede, rector of St. Mark's Episcopal church in Waterloo, gave the main address. Other talks were given by the Rev. William Kent, pastor of the Little Brown church In the Vale, Nashua, and Earl Moody, Nora Springs. Bank at Emmetsburg to Open Office at Ayrshire April 15 EMMETSBURG, April 4.--The Central Savings bank and Trust company of Emmetsburg will open an office in the old First National bank building at Ayrshire under authority just granted by the state banking department. The office which is the first one to be opened in the state under laws passed by the present state legislature will be in charge of Si vert Swanson of Spencer and will open April 15. All the facilities of ,the ordinary bank will be extended to patrons' except that of making loans. This will be done at the main office at Emmeta- burg. W. H. Morllng is president and J. H. Edge Is cashier of parent bank. Club for Odd Fellows Planned at Forest City FOREST CITY, April 4.--The members of the local I. O. O. F. lodge are organizing a club which is to have rooms under the lodge ball where the Imlay cleaning works were located until a few weeks ago. They will have pool and billiard tables, a card room and a reading "room. The reading room will be the only one open on Sundays. Only members '"of the order are eligible to membership. Develop the REGULAR Savings Habit Xerhaps you have never deposited regularly a definite amount of your income -- each month putting this same amount into z savings account. Many people decide they will start a savings account,,and that whenever they have extra money, they will deposit it. That is the hard way to save, for there are so few times when one seems to have extrt money. Start a. savings account today -- deposit regularly a definite portion of your income. You will be surprised how quickly you will build up a sizeable reserve. This bank will be glad to help you work out a savings program in proportion to your income. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Affiliated With NORTHWEST BANCORPOKATION Resources Over $495,000,000.00 A SACRED anniversary, and a festival day, this Easter will be observed with services of unusual beauty by these churches of Mason City. You are invited to attend the service of your preference, and to enjoy its inspiration, music and prayer. 3S----i First Baptist Church State and Pennsylvania The Rev. Jewel L. Plckett Minister Mrs. William H. Hathorn Chorister Mrs. J. B. Stlnehart Organist FOB YOUR. EASTER INSPIRATION The Sermon "LIFE'S VINDICATION" By the Choir "THE RESURRECTION MORN" "AS IT BEGAN TO DAWN" On the Organ "Sanctus" . . . . By Gounod "Sea of Galilee" . By Shure "Triumphal March," Costa Ordinance ORDINANCE OF CHRISTIAN BAPTISM At Seven Forty-five Members of the Kum-Dubhle Class and many others from the church school will be assisted hy the large chorus choir in presenting the pageant. "THE WAY OF THE CROSS" All are welcome here--"In the Heart of Mason City" , ST. JAMES LUTHERAN SOU Sixth Street Southeast B u n d a y School, D a- m. Eaater Service at. 10 o. m. Theme, "Our Journey lt the.Tomb of Jeaus." Anthem, "Lift Your Gtnd Voices.** Easter Service tn German, It a-_m. Text, St. Mark 16:1-S.. Anthem, "ChrlaL Is Risen Today*" Holy Commutiton w(H He given. OSWALD K. G. MALI. Pn»tof Bethleham Lutheran Church Wisconsin and Missouri Synods. Between Fourth and Fifth Streets on North Delaware Avenue. C. A. HINZ, Poator 9:00 a. m., Sunday school. 10:00 a. m., English service. 11:00 a. m., German service. "The Easter Message." Beautiful Easter music. Church of Christ AdamB Avc. at Fourth N. \V. Dean A. M. Haggard, Pastor 9:30 a. m.--Bible School Classes assemble. 10:00 a. m.--Merged Service Opens Special Program. Dean Haggard--"What If God Could Have His Way." Morning Sermon--"The Pattern Set By Abraham." Baptismal Service. 7:30 p. m. --Evening Service. A fine musical program has been arranged. Organ Recital -- Miss Dorothy Hicks, Organist. Choral Numbers--Mrs. A. L. Long, Director. Vocal and Instrumental solos. Organ and Piano duet. First Methodist Church Cor. Washington Avc. and Second Street N. W. WILLIAM H. SPENCE, D. I)., Pastor 9:30--Church School. 9:30--Junior Church.'Sermon theme: "The R i s e n Lord." 10:45--Morning Worship. Sermon theme, "The Impulse of the Resurrection. Special music: "This is the Day the Lord Hath Made" (Schnecker), "Every Flower That Blossoms" (Shcllay). "They Have Taken Away My Lord" (Stainer), Organ: "Sanctus" (Gounod), "The H e a v e n s Are Telling" (Haydn). 6:30 -- Epworth League Services. 7:30--Mass meeting under auspices of Men's Club. Short addresses by R. E. Pauley and J. A. VanNess. Thirty-five Easter slides, accompanied by talk by pastor. Special music. Congregational Church Delaware Avcnuo and First Street Northeast WILLIAM L. DIBBLE, B.D.,Ph.D., Minister Mrs. C. C. Caasitiay, Church Clerk L. C. Dibble Bible School Superintendent Miss Ellen Smith Minister to Young People Mrs. Grace McEwen Ehlers- Organist Mrs. William L. Bennett Director of Music The activities of t h i s church are varied to meet the demands of the community. You will find in this church a real church home with strong helpful services. You will be pleased and helped with the E a s t e r Services. Easter music by quartet and sermon by Dr. Dibble: The Glory of Man --The Resurrection. In the evening at 7:30 the young people will put on a pageant "The Tree of Life." You will find a Christian welcome. First Presbyterian Church Washington Ave. at Ninth N. W. 6:30 a. m.-- Sunrise Service 9:45 a, m.-- Church School Easter Program 11 a. m.--"The Resurrection--a Spiritual Necessity." Special Music "Wake Thou That Sleepest" "The Open Door" The Senior Robed Choir 4:30 p. m. Vesper Communion Theme "The Emmaus' Supper" George K. Davies, Minister ^·'·* / t I nmty Lutheran 508 Pennsylvania Avc. South Kov. Oliver !. N. Wlgdohl, Tastor 6:00 a. m.--Easter Sunrise song service. 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school. 10:00 a. m.--Sunday school Easter service. 10:45 a. m.--Easter morning worship. Sermon -"Christ Our Living Savior." 7:30 p. m. -- "King o£ Glory," E. L. Ashford. Easter Cantata by Choir. Calyary Lutheran 1C15 Delaware Avc. North 9:00 a. m.--Easter morning worship. 9:30 a. m.--Sunday school. 3:00 p. m.--Sunday school Easter service. St Johns Church [Episcopal] First St. at "Pennsylvania Avc., N. E. VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME The Rev. Robert Redenbaugh, Rector Holy Communion 6:30 a. m. Holy Communion 8:00 a. m. Church School 9:45 a. m. Organ Prelude 10:45 a. m. Choral Eucharist 11:00 a. m. (Maunders Communion Service in C) MAY GOD BLESS YOU THIS GLORIOUS EASTER DAY s /- Immanuel Lutheran Church CORNBK FIFTH ST. S. B. AND JERSEY AYE. B. T. Erholm, Pastor 9:30 Sunday School. 10:30 Worship. Sermon, "Easter Experiences.'' Music by C h u r c h Choir and Sunday School. 7:30 Cantata, "The Resurrection and the Life" (Stoughton) Dedication of Altai- Candelabra. Central Lutheran Church State and Connecticut The K*v. y George Q. ParUor Pastor Cordially Invites you to all services on Sunday, including the Cantata sung by the large Chorus Choir at 7:45 o'clock. "A CHURCH WITH A. WELCOME" EASTER at OLIVET MettiodJiG E pin copal Church So. Federal and 20th SI. 8 ft. tn.--Young peopl« will MnK Eaitcr Caroti for flick and »hut- Ina. li o, m.--Choir Anthem--"Awako Up, My niory" by Barnby. Sermon Theme: "The Triumph ot the Atonement," Baptism of Children--Opportunity for Church Membership nlio. 7:30 p. m--Chorus Choir. H. E. Payne, Director. Mr*. \V. Hfus Clark, Accompaplit. n entire evening's program of Easier Music. Church School and Epworth Lt*Euo at uiunl houra. \\ Come to Church T I Come to ChmrchJ

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