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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 4 1931 RITES ARE HELD FOR C,E, CARMAN Former .Student at Junior College Is Buried at Ntira Springs. .- NORA SPRINGS, April 4.-- Funeral, services for Charles Edgar Gorman were held this afternoon at the Methodist church by the pastor, the Rev. H. A. Crumb. Burial was at Rock Grove cemetery. Mr. Garman, youngest' son of Charles E., and Blanche Garman, was born at Nora Springs July 9, 1910, where he grew 'up. He early became interested in the Boy Scout activities and attained the rank of Eagle Scout. He was an active member of athletic teams during his high school days. . Edgar was graduated from the Nora Springs high school in 1928 as its valedictorian. He attended, junior college at Mason City two years and in the fall of '1930 entered the v University of Iowa only to be compelled to come home to submit to an operation for appendicitis. From this he recovered and returned to 'Iowa City for the second semester in February, 1931. He was pledged to. Beta Theta P i fraternity. : ' . - ' Â· " . . Contracting an illness which culminated In pneumonia, he was sick .only about a week and was taken to the Mercy hospital at Iowa City. He died Wednesday/ He is survived by his father and mother, his grandfather, the Rev. T. H. Sheckler of Waterloo, his brother, Harry J. Garman,' an airmail pilot. in Guate- .mala.' City, and his young sister, . Betty.' , Â·" ; Â· Waverly^ManWho Saved $20,000 Is .'. Sent to Independence Easter -Sunday'.-at"- Local .Churches. v^. . Â·-Â· ' ' GOLDEN TEXT: *, v * . . . . # ! # . . . . ; # 'Now is. Christ Risen from the dead and betome the first fruits of them that slept." I Corinthians 12:20. , - . Â· :. , Â· April 4.-- Leonard Schlagenhaufer, 65, after saving more than $20,000 thru 40 years of work as a farm hand, has been ex; amined by the Bremer county insane commission and "committed to the state hospital at Independence. Schlagenhaufer has shown a mild mania in money problems in recent months. He ran away from his home in Germany as a young man to come to America, and since has worked on farms south of Denver in Bremer and Black Hawk counties. He has no known relatives, al- tho he claims to have a brother living in Germany. ' Schlagenhaufer's mind is expected to improve with treatment. William Graening of Denver has been named as his guardian. Rockford Brick and -Tile Company Operated Again . ROCKFORD, iApril 4. a shAit-down of three months the Rockford Brick and Tile company went into operation again Wednesday with its usual force of employ- es. During the shut downfa force of some 20 'men was employed making necessary repairs. . Winnebago Supervisors Let Gasoline Contract FOREST CITY, April 4.--The board of supervisors met Thursday afternoon at the county courtuouse and let the gasoline contract to the Home Oil company of Lake Mllld for the coming year. Bids for 30,000 or more gallons of gasoline wero advertised for and the Home Oil had the lowest at four cents below Standard Oil company's station price. . . BAPTIST. - Krst-^State and Pennsylvania.' At 9:45 special Easter programs of drama and recitation will be presented In the primary department of Â· the .church school and the- other three departments will conduct th'eir sessions in keeping with the day, The Easter morning worship opens at 10:50 with Mrs. J. E. Stinehart at the organ playing for the prelude, "Sanctus," by Gounod. The singing of the doxology followed by the invocation, Lord's prayer and the Gloria will precede the scripture reading. Henry Steinberg will sing the Easter so!o and after special announcements the Easter offering- will .be taken while the organist plays, "Sea of Galilee," by R. Deane Shure. The chorus choir will sing the anthem, "The Resurrection M6m," with Mr. Steinberg and Miss Tina Martin as soloists. The pastor's sermon theme will be "Life's Vindication." At the close of the sermon the invitation to accept Christ and to unite with the 'church will be given followed by the baptism of a large class of candidates. The servr ice will close with the singing of the anthem, "As it Began to Dawn," by -the choir. Senior B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30. Topic, "Easter Message." Edgar Gage and members of devotional life commission will conduct the session. Intermediate B. Y. P. P. for all between the ages of 12 and 16 will meet at 6:30. Alta^ Johannsen will lead the discussion" on the subject, "Why and How We Should Observe Easter." At 7:45 members of the adult "Kum-Dubble" class assisted by many others from the church school, .and the chorus choir will present the pageant "Way of the Cross." This will include special, lighting effects and organ numbers also. Wednesday evening a parish supper will be served at 25 cents a plate to all members of the church. The meeting following the supper will bo one in which the affairs of the church will be discussed from the business Â· standpoint, it "being the last monthly business meeting In the church year. W. W. G. meets Friday evening at 7:30. All girls of 15 and over are invited. This .meeting' will be held in the home of Valentine Julson and the annual election of officers will be the chief matter of business.--Jewel L. Fickett, minister. CATHOLIC. Holy Family---Second street northwest. Sunday masses at 7, 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Father R. P. Murphy; Father Barnes, assistant. ' ,Â· . v St. Joseph--Masses at 6. 7:30. 9. and 10:30 a. m. Benediction and rosary at 3 p. m. The Rev. Dean P. S. O'Connor, Father Krieger, assistant. CHISTTAN SCIENCE. : , First Church of Christ, Scientist-Washington and Third street northwest. Sunday services 11 a. m. Subject, "Unreality." Sunday 'school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting 7:45. Reading room, east end of church. Week days, 9:30 a. m., to 9 p. m., except Wednesdays, when it closes at 7:30 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Adams avenue*--School at the CHRIST IS RISEN Markel. Program, Mrs, E. H. Wa'g- ner. Century club will hold-a favorite dish dinner Friday evening. The program of music Sunday morning will consist of two organ selections by Mrs. Ehlers:" Hosannah," Dubois, and "Alleluia," Wachs. Selections b'y the quartet. Carols (a) Spanish Easter Procession. Folk motive arranged by Harvey Gaul, (b) - Spanish Easter Carol of the Lambs. Folk melody arranged by Harvey Gaul, (b) By Early Morning Light, traditional 1675 arranged by Reimann Dickinson. Duet, Miss Ellen Smith and Mr. Crosen: "An Easter Alleluia,", by Samuel Richard Gains. Solo,' Mrs. William L. Bennett: "The Conqueror," Whitney Coombs. Anthem: "The Strife Is O'er," C. B. Hawley. Dr. Dibble will preach from Man," the theme: "The Glory of "The Resurrection," ; First COMPLETE CAR WASH 99c No extra charge for wire wheels or any size car -- the busiest place in Mason City. RITE-A-WAY CAB WASH 210 North Commercial Ave. FHONE 3033-W Has Love a Chance? ARE most -men amateurs when it comes to selecting a wife? Are they not easily fooled by the glint of brilliants? READ "Love, Preferred" By Edna Robb Webster Author of "Joretta" and "Dad's Girl" Beginning Tuesday, April 7 in the Globe-Gazette usual hour, 9:30. 10 a. m., merged service opens. Organ, "Christo Tri- onfante," Pietro A. Yon. Assembled singing led by Mrs. Ray E. Prusia. Prayer, Mrs. J. W. Hight. Primary song, "Tell Me the Story of Jesus." Reading, "A^ Child's Dream of a Star," Ruth Hille. Junior department, Easter song. Piano, Miriam Marston. Subject, "What if God Could Have His- Way?" Ladles' chorus 1 , "Christ the Lord Has Risen Again," Adams. Subject, "The Pattern Set by Abraham." Postlude, "The Heavens are Telling," Hayden. 7:30 p. m., evening service. Invocation, Dean .Haggard. Organ num r bers: (a) "Sanctus," Gounod, (b) Offertoire in D Minor, Batiste. Chorus, "Gloria From the Twelfth Maas, Siozart. Trombone, "The Holy City," Stephen Adams. Ray Seney, Jr., Mabel Joy'Prusia at the piano. Tenor, "Awake My Soul, 'tis Easter Morn," R. H.. Woodman, Wallace Allen. Cornet, "Inflammatus," from Stabat Mater, Rossini; Stirling Prusia, Mabel Joy Prusia at piano. ;Offertory, organ, "Evening Star," Wagner. Helen Holbrook. Chorus ,"Christ Our Passover," Tours. Organ and piano, "Cujus 'Animam," Stabat . Mater, Rossini. Dorothy Hicks and Mrs. Virgil Hicks. Baritone, "Resurrection," Marsh. Edwin Helbling. Volln, "Joy With Sorrow," P. A. Tlrendelli. Raymond Le Gasse. Chorus, "Te Deum" Festival No. 7, Buck. Quartet, Mrs. J. E.'Hynds and Wallace Allen; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Letts. Men's chorus, Halleluiah chorus from the Messiah, Handel. Benediction, Dean Haggard. Postlude, "Dona Nobfs," Mozart. Sopranos, Mesdames Ray E. Prusia, J. E. Hynds, A. M. Ikenbery, Fred Miller and Virgil Hicks; Misses Ruth Scott, Maud Robinson, Elsie Mae Morehouse and Letta Wilcox. Altos, Mesdames Ivan Barnes, H. B. Letts; J. H. Marston, May Neal and S. L. Haynes; Misses Elizabeth'Stevens, Hazel Bond,' Jessie Church. Tenors, A. M. Ikenbery, Seymour Angel, Fred Miller, F. E. Wells, Wallace Allen, Albert Church and Raymond La Gasse. Bassos, R. J. Birch, Edwin Helbling, H. B. Letts, Carl Johansen, and William Hyndn. At vesper service the choir will be assisted by Stirling Prusia," cornet; Ray Seney, Jr trombone; Mabel Joy Prusia, accompanist; Miss Helen Holbrook, organ.--Dean A. H. Haggard, pas- John 5;: 12: 'The Sir Knights-will worship with this : congregation. William L. Dibble, minister. EPISCOPAL St, John's--Sunday marks the close of the observance of Lent in St. John's parish. For 40 days the church has observed this Lenten period. Services on Easter Sunday will include'the Holy Communion at 6:30 and S a. m.; church school service at. 9:45. a. in. and the Choral Eucharist and sermon at 11 a. m. At the 9:45 service, the church school will present Lenten Mite boxes for the missionary work of the national church. Preceding the 11 o'clock service, there will be a 12 minute organ prelude consisting of the following numbers: "Easter Joy" by Lerman;"'"Evensong" by Johnston; "Adoration" by Borowski. The special music of the 11 o'clock service will include the Choral Introit ."Christ Our Passover," by Schilling; the Sequence Anthem, "The Strife Is O'er," by Palestrina; the Offertory Anthem, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth," by. Handel. The communion service will be that of Maunder. The rector will preach on "The Immortal Life." On Sunday morning, the annual Easter offering will be received. Easter offering envelopes have been mailed to each'member of.-.the parish. They may be obtained from the ushers at the door. At the 11 service, the Acolytes will appear in ; new yestments which have just arrived from England. The 'women's auxiliary will meet on Wednesday, April 8 for a 12:30 picnic luncheon at the guild "hall. Work will be done on the diocesan auxiliary quota; The rector is asking St. Katherine's guild to act as hostesses to the women's auxiliary April 29. A picnic lunch will" be served. St. 'John's Guild will be hostess on May 29, and St. Margaret's Guild will be hostess at a date in June which will be announced later. Special programs will be presented at each of these meetings. The altar guild' will not hold the meeting which was announced for Monday afternoon, April 6. This meeting will be held one week later on Monday, April 13, at- 2 p. m. in the guild hall. The candidates of the Girls' Friendly society will hold an Easter party on Friday, April 10, at 4:15 p. m., in tne guild hall. The ideas carried out in the party will be based on the subject of the lenten mission study, "India." The hostesses for the party will be Jean Peterson and Charlene Horn. The junior group of the Girls' Friendly society will meet .Thursday evening, April 9, in the guild parlors at 7:15. The subject will be "Furnishing the Home," or "The Possibilities of Home Life.'' of- admission last Sunday afternoon. Authorities of this diocese are planning to locate permanently "Camp Morrison" on the shores of Clear Lake, on the property formerly known as the Southshore .Country club. The camp this year will be. from June 22 to July !,Â· inclusive, and the fee for the 10-day period is 510,"including the registration fee. Camp Morrison will be preceded by "Camp Friendly," a camp conducted by the Girls' Friendly society for all the girls of the'diocese. The'fee for Camp Friendly is the same as that for Camp Morrison. Contributions of a scholarship of 510 each to be awarded to worthy boys wil] be welcome.--The Rev. Robert Redenbaugh, rector. Â· Â· EVANGELICAL Grace---Fourteenth and Adams league with the assistance .of primary department of the Sum I era and officers will meet Monday at 8 at the parsonage. The Dorcas Aid will meet Thursday at 2. Hostesses are Mrs. Nels Landgren, Mrs. Fritz Frid, Mrs. Axel Wallskog. The Brotherhood will meet Thursday at 8. Family night. Program' by the Benevolence department. Choir Fri-' day at 7:30. Adult class Friday at 7:80 at the parsonage. Junior confirmation class Saturday at 10.^-B. T. Erholm, pastor. : Our Saviors -- Jefferson and Twenty-fifth street' southwest.-Sunday school at 9:30 instead of 10. No confirmation class Sunday. Easter service at 7:30. The pastor will preach a sermon on "Easter Hope." The vested Junior choir of Zion Lutheran church, Clear Lake, under the direction of Mrs.- James McCormick will give the Easter cantata "Eternal Life," by Fred B. Holton. It consists of the following numbers: "The Lord Rejgneth," Marian Eliasen, Esther Jacobson, Genevleve Estergard, Netha Carr, Lilly Soren- sbn and choir; "Man of Sorrow," Klare McCormick .and choir; "Gethsemane," choir; "Calvary," Gladys Lomen and choir; "A Whisper of Hope," Helen Wetterling, Gladys Lomen; ."Dawns the New Day," Dagny Horiup, Elsie Jacobsen; boys chorus and . choir; "Hail to the King," Maxine . Christensen and choir; "The King Comes Forth," choir; "The Redeemer Triumphant," Helen Lomen and choir; "The'King of Glory," choir; "The Resurrection and the Life," choir. The choir consists of 40 members from the ages of 8 to 14.--H. O. Urness, pastor. St. James-- 502 Sixth Street southeast. Ella Woinsak, superintendent. English'Easter service, 10 a. m. Theme, "Our Journey to the Tomb of Jesus." Special music. German Easter service, "ll a. m. Text, St. Mark, 16, 1-8. Special music. Confessional service begins at. 11 a. m. 'The church council meets at 8 p. Rosie Funk; song, intermediate department, ."At Easter Time;", class exercise, pre-kindergarten; recitation; "The'Hope of All the World Is Risen," Katie.Brityen;. song explanation class, "I Think When I Read That Sweet Story of Old;" recitation, Lin wood Johnson; song, intermediate department, "Day of Wonder, Day of Gladness;" duet, Mrs. Soals and Mrs. Leichman, and address, the Rev. Mr. Wigdahl. Monday, Sunday school teachers, meeting at Eramett Johnson's, 1616 Federal avenue north, at 7:30 p. ra. Bible class members will be guests. Hostesses are Miss Ida Roseland and Miss Cora Paulsen.--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. METHODIST. First--The morning service is at 10:45. The pastor,'the Rev. W. H Sp'ence, will preach on "The Impulse of the Resurrection." Special music will be sung by Miss Helen Barclay, Mrs. Blewetf and Miss Ann White, soprano; Miss Elizabeth Stevens, Mrs. S: M. Humphrey and Mrs, Paul Loomis, alto; R. E. Nyquist, Dr. T. E. Davidson and Don Wieder, bass, and Milton Dalvey, Mr. Wallace and Mr. Cain, tenor. T'he selections will be "This Is the Day the Lord Hath Made" (Schnecker), "Every Flower That northwest. Sunday/ school at' 10 a. m. An exercise; 1 "Easter Dawn," will be given by the ''intermediate the day school. Richard Coons will serve as announcer. There will be an offering for general missions. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Baptismal service. The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgroff will talk on "Christ's Resurrection as the Evidence of a General Resurrection." The junior league and the intermediate league will meet at 6:45 p. m. The senior league meets at 7. At 7:30 the senior league- will give a pageant entitled "The Challenge of the Cross." There will be special music.--P, W. Pfaltzgraff, pastor. , I.UTHEKAN. Bethlehem--Fourth and' Fifth streets on North Delaware. 8 a. m. Graded ' Sunday ' school and Bible class. 10 a. m. English service 11 a. m. German service. Monday evening at 7:30 adult class No. 1 at parsonage. Tuesday, evening at 7 and Saturday morning at 9 children's class. Tuesday evening the ladies aid meats at the home of Mrs. Ernest Meyer. Wednesday Â· evening the church council meets at the home of R. Fischer. Thursday evening the Willing- Workers meet at the P. G. and E. Mrs. James Current, hostess. The postponed communion services will be held Sunday, April 12. Registration at parsonage on previous Friday.. Adult class No. 2 meets Friday at 1:30 p. m. C. A. Hinz, pastor. m. Tuesday. ,'Wartburg Luther league meets Tuesday at 8 p. m. \vith Eleanor and Ada Schmidt and Laverna Tuescher. Ladles Aid meets Wednesday in church parlors with Mrs. Harry Kinney and Mrs. H. Kapplinger. The brotherhood meets Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. with O. Casper serving-. Choir will meet Friday evening.--Oswald E. G.' Mall, pastor. Trinity--508 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. 6 a. m. Easter Sunrise song service. 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10 a. m. Sunday school Easter service. Processional, junior choir, "Christ the Lord Is Risen;" reading, "Meaning of Easter," Doris Harding; song, "Gloria Patri," junior choir; Easter scripture rea'd- ing,' Harold Randall and Truman Gravlle; .duet, "His Loving Tnot," Norma Hetland .and .Virginia Braby; recitation, "Jesus Lives for Me," Darlene Rodberg; song, "Hail Our Risen Jesus," first three grades; recitation, "Jesus Wept," Mary Lee Gunderson; duet, "Little Flowers Came Thru the Ground," Carol Ambroson and Lawrence Gunderson; song, "Jesus Loves Blossoms" . (Shelley) Have Taken Away and My "They Lord" (Stainer). Mrs. Patchen will play "Sanetus" (Gounod) and "Tlie Heavens Are Telling" (Haydn). The evening service at 7:30 will be conducted by the men's club, R. E. Pauley presiding. Short addresse:i will be made by Mr. Pauley and J. A. VanNess. Special music will be sung by the choir and 35 beautiful new Easter slides will be shown cn x the screen, The pastor will ao- company the slides with a running talk. This service will bring to a close, for this season, the series tie men's club has sponsored during the winter. Free--146 Sixth street southwest. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Program by the children of the Sunday school at 11 o'clock. Class meeting and Y. P. S. at 7 o'clock. Evening service at 7:45. Men'-? prayer band Tuesday, evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.--George Reichert, pastor. Olivet--7:45 a. m.-^-The young people will gather at the parsonage and from there go out to sing Easter carols for the sick and Ehutf- ina. 9:50 a. m.--Church school. C. K. Kinney, superintendent. Offering city at 10 o'clock, Mrs. J. R..Glandon, superintendent. Central Heights Union Sunday School--Meets every Sunday from 10 to 11 a. m. Special Easter ser-, vicea with songs and verses.--Mrs. L. E. Stevens, secretary. Christian and Missionary Alliance --616 North Delaware Ave--Sunday school, 2 p. m. W. G. Wilhite, superintendent. The smaller classes will present a short Eatser program during the Sunday school hour. Preaching service 3 p. m. An Easter message will be/brot by the pastor. Special singing by the choir. Y. P. service 7 p. m. Evelyn Emmert, leader. Evening service 8 p.' m. The Tabernacle choir will present the "Pink Rose," a songolog, consisting of a reading Interspersed with 12 songs. Prayer meeting, Tuesday, 8 p. m. Teacher training class Friday 8 'p: m.--J. A. Schmidt, pastor. Church of the Nazarene--Third and Jackson Southwest--Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Jail meeting at 3 p. m. Young people service at 7:15. Even* ing service 7:45. Bible study. Lesson taken from "All About -thfe Bible," by Sidney Collett at the home ol Harry Leonard. Thursday evening missionary meeting at the Rev. Mr. Wiggin's home. Friday evening cottage prayer meeting.--Ray D. Diggins, pastor. The Full Gospel Chapel -- 410 South Jackson--Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning worship. 11. Young people's Epciqty 6.:30 p. m. Song service 7:30 to. 8. Evening service with preaching and Easter program 8 o'clock.--Elder W. H. Spivie. Good Will Mission, 1631 North Monroe avenue -- Children's hour Saturday afternoon at 2:30; Sunday morning: Sunday school, with a fev Easter exercises by the children at 10:30; Easter message will be given at 11:30; services Sunday evening at 7:30. Bible study and prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:3( (Spanish); Bible study and prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 (English.)--Ida Helgen, minister. Salvation Army--341 South Fed eral avenue. Sunday 11 a. m. Holi ness meeting. Sunday 2 p. m. Sun day school; Sunday 7:30 7:30 p. m Easter service with "Rock of Ages' and song- service.---Adjutant anc Mrs. Bittorf in charge. HOWARD COURT TO OPEN MONDAY Railway Sued for $50,000l by Grant for Damages in Accident. CRESCO, April 4.--District court; or Howard county will convene at fresco Monday, Judge W. Â·'!Â«. Eich4 :ndorf of McGregor, presiding. Nina cases arc noted for trial, one of the outstanding causes "being that-of Grant vs. t n e Great Western Railway-company, toeing a damage suit, . he plaintiff having been injured in jeing struck tay a switch, engine at Austin, Minn., thereby being incapacitated for any kind of labor, rant is asking for $50,000 dam- for world service. 11 ra.--Ser- CONGREGATIONAI, tor. First--Bible school 9:45. Worship 11. Pilgrim group' 6:30. Pageant, "The Tree of Life," 7:30. Boy Scouts Monday evening 7:30. Fellowship service Wednesday evening 7:30. Theme: Romans 15. Energetic class in an all day meeting Thursday. Luncheon at noon. Harmony guild Friday afternoon. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Committee in charge, Mes- I dames Schultz, Smith, Powell and [ Crabb. Devotions, Mrs. O. A. The hostesses for this meeting will be the Misses Nancy Bowen and Betty Bull. The senior group of the Girls' Friendly society will meet on Wednesday evening, April 8, at 7:30 for election of officers. The hostesses will be Miss Burgheer and Mrs. Gillard. The Girls' Friendly society received last week a beautiful hand embroidered banner, the gift of and the work of Miss Virginia Schanke, a member of the society. The banner was used for the first time at the annual service Central--East State and Connecticut--Bible school 9:45 D. K. Lundberg, superintendent. Lesson with emphasis placed on the Eaater message. Recitation and special music. Divine worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon by'the pastor. Theme, "The Resurrection." Special administration of the Lord's Supper and presentation of the Lenten self-denial offering. Music at this service will be as follows: Prelude, "Christ the Lord is Risen Today," Ashford- quartet, "As It Began to Dawn," Ashford; Millie Rye, Mrs. R. E. Quandahl, O. C. Sorlien, N. N. Quandahl; offertory, anthem, "King- All Glorious," Vail; Postlude, "Hallelujah Chorus," Handel. Luther league at 6:30; Topic "The Easter Message," Leader Ralph Moeser. Sacred musical, "Victory" sung by a chorus of 18 voices at 7:45. Business meeting of the Sunday schrÂ«- officers and teachers on Monday night at 7:30. Monthly meeting o'f the church council Tuesday night at 7:30. Ladies Guild Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. Ben Dittke and Mrs. Lewis Eggert are the hostesses.--The Rev. George G. Parker, psstor. Immanuel--Corner Fifth and Jersey southeast. Sunday 'school and Bible classes at 9:30. Morning worship at 10:30; sermon, "Eaater Experiences." Anthem, "Hail, Bright Easter Morn," Heyser. Several song numbers by the Sunday school. The Easter cantata; "The Resurrection and the life," Stoughton, will be nriven m the evening at 7:30."At this 1 service .there will be presentation and dedication of the new altnr candelabra. Sunday school teach- Me,". primary grade; recitation, David Gilbertson and prayer, .the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl. 10:45 o'clock, Easter service. Sermon theme; "Christ Our Living Savior," Luke 24, 1-12. Soprano solo by Mrs. Russel Thompson, "Open the Gates of the Temple," Knapp, with violin obligate by Mrs. Scott Smith and Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson at the piano; 'anthem, "Seek Ye the Lord," Ashford, with bass solo by .Norman Olson with double quartet. 7:30 o'clock, Easter cantata, "King of Glory," E. L. Ashford, by choir directed by Mrs. Wigdahl, and accompanied on the organ by A. J. Warner; soprano solo by Miss Dikka Moen, "The Holy City," S. Adams; French horn solo, selected, by Stanley WUlson; anthem, VHe Was Despised," from 'Isaiah 53; soprano solo by Mrs. Melvin, Christian, "Jerusalem Awaken,"- Wilson; soprano solo by Mrs. Wigdahl, "Our Wounded Lord;" anthem, "There Is a Green Hill Far Away," with so-, prano obligate solo by Mrs. J. C. Lyng and chorus; anthem, "As It Began to Dawn," with soprano solo by Mrs. Melvin Christian and choir. Anthem, "Seek Ye the Lord" with bass solo by Norman Olson with double quartet, Mrs.'-Russell Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams, A. J. Warner, Norman Olson and Mrs. -R. L. Miller; anthem, "And They Worshipped Him," with tenor solo .by Herman Hetland and choir; soprano solo by Mrs. Russell Tohmpson, "An Easter Offering;" final chorus, "He Is the King of Glory." Garfield circle entertains Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. by Mrs. O. T. Anderson, 512 Eighth street southeast. Church board meets Tuesday at 8 p. m. Wednesday the Dana college choir of 50 voices directed by Prof. Gunnar Malmin front Blair, Nebr., -will give a 'sacred concert at the church at 2:30 p. m. The Roosevelt circle will be., entertained Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock by Mr. and Mrs. L. Hetland, 303 Nineteenth street mon. Theme: "The Triumph of the Atonement." The choir will sing as an Easter anthem "Awake Up, My Glory," by Barnby. Â· Opportunity will be given for baptism of children and church membership at this service. 6:45--Epworth league. Topic: "The Greatest -Prayer.' Leader, Agnes Galbreth. 7:30 p. m. -^The chorus choir under the leadership of H. E. Payne; with Mrs. W. Ross Clark as accompanist, will put on a program of Easter music Official board meeting Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock at-home of Oscar Pederson, 1301: South Federal. Choir practices and mid-weeii service Wednesday evening. I. O. O. F. Home--2 p. .m.--Sun- day school. 3 p. m.--The Olivet church choir will put on an Eastei program. " U n i o n Memorial--Fourth street and North Carolina avenue. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Tha pastor will preach an Easter sermon, theme: "The Supreme Victory." Scripture: Mark 16:1-18. Music by the choir, Mrs. E. Walls at. the niano. ChurcB school at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. M. M. Brewton, superintendent. An Easten exercise will be conducted by the junior department oÂ£ the school, following the opening at the regular hour. The teachers will be in charge. Evening worship at 7:45. The pastor will preach using for his theme,- "Paul and the Practice of Immortality." Text: Col. 3:1-4. Mid-week prayer service: Wednesday evening. The ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon, 2:30, at the residence of Tyler Stewart His mother will be hostess.--J. C McGinty, pastor. Zioh--At 9:30 a. m. German service, at 10 a. m. Sunday school and at 11 a. m. worship,in English There is no Epworth league meetr ing. At 7 p. m. our song service starts. The orchestra plays, th?. men's and.mixed choirs and children sing. Duets and solos are on the program arid congregational singing in English and in German. The 145 Mortgages Filed on Cars in Bremer Count WAVERLY, April 4.--A total o 145 chattel mortgages were filed on automobiles in" the first thre months of 1931 in the office of Re corder Ed F. Schoephoerster Will Manage Store. WAVERLY, April 4.--E. H. Dod. of the Hughes department store a Manchester has been retained by A H. Schlutsmeyer, formerly of Em metsburg, to take charge of the main floor of the women's wear anc dry goods store to be opened in the Schlutsmeyer building here aboti May' : l. Â· ' ' - - Â· Â· " Â· Â· - Â· ' 'Â·";Â·' . ' Â· Â· ' Â· ' - - V ' : ages. Is From New Yorlc. FREDBRICKSBURG--Miss Esther Brooks Phelps of New York City, national field secretary of the Baptist W. W. G., spent several days at the Paul More home. Your hair wants to look its best.. . fUT you have to give It Â·Â°''just a , little attention to keep it soft . ; . lustrous , . . with flattering natural looking waves. Let us care for your hair--and it will always look its best. Fing-er Wave $ .75 Marcel ..... .75 Shampoo ... .50 p"now decorates vases,Iamp ^Â·^ shades and bases in beautiful, stunning art patterns such as no designer could achieve. The new one- minute, brushless method -- using Quick-Drying WaterSpar, of course. Just float several WaterSpar colors on water and dip the article, gently turning it. No skill required. We show you how.. southeast. General Ladies Aid Friday at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses, Mrs. A. T. Ambroson, Mrs. A. M. Feist and Mrs. W. .Sommerfeld. Luther league social meeting at the church Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 a. ra.--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. Calvary Lutheran--1615 Delaware avenue north. 9 o'clock Easter service sermon theme, "Our Risen Lord;" 9:30 o'clock Sunday school and Bible classes. The following program will be given at 3 o'clock Easter Sunaay. "Opening hymn, "He Is Arisen;" scripture reading''and prayer, the Rev. Mr. Wigdahl; introductory remarks, Maxlne Nelson; recitation, "Angels Tell," Lorraine Johnson; song, pri- prayer meeting Wednesday evening- at 8 o'clock is at the: church. The ladles aid and W. F. M. S. were postponed last week ami will'meet on" Thursday afternoon.-G. H. Kohler, pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. First--6:30 a. m., sunrise service. The guild will serve a light breakfast. 9,:45, church school. Easter program. 11 a. m., worship. The sermon, "The Resurrection, a Spiritual Necessity." The choir will sing, "Wake Thou That Sleepest" and "The Open Door," written by the pastor. Mrs. Woodward will play, "Prelude in C Minor," Vodorinski; "Theme," Tschaikowsky; "Alleluia," Rockwell. 2 p. m., Junior Endeavor. No Lightbearers. 4:30 p. m., vesper communion service. The senior choir will sing Stainer's, "God So Loved the World," and Miss Ruth Stevens will sing "Christ Has Opened Paradise," Hawley. There will be no eve- ,ning service. Monday,, 6:30 p. m., 85 club dinner and treasure hunt. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., scouts'in Monroe school. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., annual meeting of the congregation in the church. Thursday, 7:30 p. m., Union young people's league in the parlors. Friday, 2:30 p. m., missionary society. Saturday, 2 p. m., moving pictures.--George K. Da vies, minister. East Side Sunday school---9:45 a. m., Sunday school." 7:30 p. m., Easter program and service. Speaker, Frank Sheffler. Bud Con- Ion, superintendent. MISCELLANEOUS. American Sunday School Union-Hanford church at 10 o'clock. T. M Wheeler, superintendent. Hope Mission, 628 Polk place southwest, at for ihis LAMP (Regular $3 Value) when purchased with only one pint of mary department, "I Am Jesus Lit- 11 o'clock, T. C. Griffith, superin- tle Lamb;" "The Easter Story," ] tendent. Oak Grove school, north of "THERE'S always room for a beautiful lamp, and you'll prlza this one especially when its decorated In WaterSpar colors of your own selection to match Iho color schema of any room in lha house. "Ona dip" does It -- and it's fascinating fun. Regular $3 valuo, but for a limited time only, unlif our allotment Is exhausted, you can own this lamp (with 12" parchment shade) for $1 by purchasing at littfo as a pint of WalorSpar -- the Ideal varnish or enamel far floors, furnT* furo and woodwork, Demonstration: April 9 and 10 HUGH DAVE Y SON PHONE 874 151/j SECOND ST. S. W.