The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 24, 1937 · Page 3
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March 24, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 M 1937 ·THREE (?£ J? LUTHERAN UNITS JOIN IN SERVICE (Trinity, Immanuel, Central and St. James in Good Friday Observance. Four Mason City Lutheran churches will participate in the Union Lutheran Good Friday Passion Service to be held at the Central Lutheran church from 12 noon to 3:30 p. m. The seven Meditations are each of 30 minutes' dm;ation, pex-mitting worshipers to leave the service at ···their desire at the end of each ·period. The theme of each of the Meditations is one of the Seven .Words From the Cross. The following will assist in the service: The Rev. Raymond Olson, dean oE religion, Waldorf college, Forest City; the Rev. B. T. E'rholm, Immanuel Lutheran church; the Hev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, Trinity Lutheran church; the Hev. O. E. Mall, St. James Lutheran church; the Rev. Thomas T. Boe, associate pastor, Trinity Lutheran church; and the Rev. Walter H. Kampen, Central,Lutheran church. The order o£ the service is as follows: First'Pel-loft--Noon to 12:25. p. m--The Meditation, the First Word, "Father, Forgive Them, for They Know Not What They Dp," the Rev. Walter H. Kampen. Vocal solo, "I Was the Tree," O'Hara, sung by Mrs. P, R: Jacobsdn; Mrs. O. C. Sorlien, accompanist. Second Period--12:30 to 12:55 p. m.--Meditation, the Second Word, "Verily, I Say Unto Thee, Today Thou Shalt Be With, Me in Paradise," the Rev. B. T. Erholm. Vocal solo, "Calvary," Paul Rodney, sung by Miss Daisie Holt, accompanied by Miss Cecelia Guslafson, Third Pcrioil--1 to 1:25 p. m.-- Meditation, the Third Word, "Behold, Thy Son . . . Behold Thy Mother," the Rev. O. L. N. Wig- dahl. Vocal solo, "He Was Despised," from "The Messiah," sung by Miss Clara Odden; accompanist, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson. Fourth Period--1:30 to 1:55 p. m.--Meditation, the Fourth Word, "My God, My God! Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?" the Rev. O. E. Mall. Vocal solo, "O Lord of All," J. S. Witty, sung by Mrs. R. C. Keister; accompanist, Mrs. O. E. Mall. Fifth Period--2 to 2:25 p. m.-- Meditation, the Fifth Word, "I Thirst," the Rev. Thomas T. Boe. Vocal solo, "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings," Liddle, sung by Mrs. O. L. N. Wigdahl; accompanist, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson. Sixth Period--2:30 to 2:55 p. m. --Meditation, the Sixth Word, "li Is Finished," the Rev. Raymond Olson. Vocal solo, "It Was for Me," Blount, sung by Odvin Hagen. Seventh Period--3 to 3:30 p. m. --the Meditation, the Seventh Word, "Father Into Thy Hands 1 Commend My Spirit," the Rev. Walter H. Kampen. Vocal solo, "Gloria," Buzzi Peccia, sung by Overan J. Lund; accompanist, Mrs. P. H. Jacobson. SLOT MACHINE BILL APPROVED State Senate Passes Own Act, Rejecting That of House. DES MOINES, (if) -- The Iowa senate passed and sent to the house Wednesday its own anti- slot machine bill which, its sponsors said, would "aid in stamping out the slot machine racket in Iowa." Before it passed, 42 lo 0, its owr slot machine bill,,the senate volet against substituting a measure previously passed by the house. Sponsors of anti-slot machine legislation said this move meant death o the proposal in the house sifting committee. If the house bill had been sub stituted and passed, the bill coulc have been sent directly to thi governor. Senator Albert Shaw (R) of Po cahonlas, explained that the sen ate bill would permit seizure o slot machines defined as gamblin devices even though there were no evidence the machines had been used for gambling. Police Eject Sit Down Strikers PoZicc arc shown nets Company plant using ladder, after smashing window (o enter (lie Maremoimt Automotive Prod- in Chicago, where they ejected-sit down strikers who were holding the plant. GRAVE MISTAKE SEEN BY FARLEY Democrats Opposing Court Plans "Lending Aid and Comfort to Enemy." or Hie sincerity of any member 1 of pur party in congress in opposing the president's court plan, but where it is merely a mailer of method I think they are making a grave error and are lending aid and comfort to the enemy." The November election,' he said, ratified the acts of the administration. The return to an unmatched majority in the house and senate could not. he declared, "be construed honestly as anything but a mandate for instantaneous action" toward the president's "great objective--the permanent contentment of the United Stales." of Stolen Beer Proves to Be Costh DES MOINES, (IP)-- A. case o allegedly stolen beer proved cos' ly to Loyal M. Curry and Harol E. Hoover. They were sentence on larceny charges to CD days i jail and fined $10 each by Dis trict Judge John J. linllorun. SEEK CHANGES IN OWA BEER LAW iliminalion of Class "C" Permits Proposed by House Committee. DES MO INKS, (/P)--The house ommilteo on liquor control Wcd- esday proposed changes in the resent beer law, including e-limi- ation of class "C" permits. · Class "C" permits are issued to etailers for "off-lhe-premise" ales--sales of beer in the origi- .al container for consumption way from the place of sale. House members anticipate a torm o£ protest from beer sellers. E. F. Ralim, superintendent of he state beer and cigaret revenue department, had no figures on the [mount of beer sold under class ! C" permits, but some distribu- ors estimated it constitutes 20 pei cent of their snles. Cost S25 a Year. Class "C" permits cost $25 a year. Rahm estimated there ar jclwcen 400 and GOO class "C 1 permit holders. The principal ob- ection, he said, has been on the edge of cities, where enforcemcn s difficult. A -last . m i n u t e change in (In jill as introduced Wednesday pro vidcs that hotels of 100 or mon rooms holding class "B" beer per mits, shall be exempt from the strict regulations banning dancing. Tiie latter provision limits dancing where beer is sold to those places with 1,000 square feet of floor space devoted entirely for that purpose. Based on Population. Another restrictive f e a t u r e makes it mandatory upon city councils to restrict class "B" permits to a population basis of one permit to every 500 of population up to 2,500, and one to every 750 of additional population. Furthermore it meets objections iy drys by placing a rigid ban on lancing in beer parlors of taverns ocated outside of the limits of ities or towns. The minimum fee for class "B" ermits is fixed at 5150 instead of $100, and a revocation of a license utomatically forfeits the $500 jond every permit holder would 3e required to post. Other provisions were as out- ined by the committee earlier in .he week. Des Moines Police and Officials Study Charge of Johnson DES MOINES, (/P)--DCS Moines police and officials pondered Wednesday the charge of Representative C. G. Johnson (D) ol Marathon that the capital city's police force is "the poorest law enforcement agency in Iowa." Johnson, speaking on the house floor Tuesday, declared "gambling and vice conditions in Des Moines are infinitely worse than two years ago," and added, "it's lime for the good people of Des Moines to wake up and realize their city is being run by the law-breaking vice-practicing group." Mayor Joe Allen was the onl; official to comnienl directly on th charge, declaring: "If Johnson knows these things I am in favor of having him te' the grand jury about it. If h doesn't know what he is talkin. about, he has no business to crit icizc." Attorney General John H. Mit chell offered his services "cleaning up the situation--if : exists." Chief of Police Henry Al ber and Safety Commissione Henry Hasbrouck would not dis cuss the situation. Minnesota (7tK A n n i v e r s a r y PAINT SALE SPECIALS S1.20 White Enamel 7Gc VIrs. Owens Head of Cresco Woman's Club CRESCO--Officers elected afi 10 regular meeting of the Cresco Voman's club Monday evening vcre: Mrs. J. H. Owens, president; rtrs. H. J. Salisbury, first vice rcsidonl; Mrs. M. Z. Daily, second ·ice president; Mrs. A. T. Peder;on, secretary, and Mrs. H. E. iTorgan, treasurer. A play, "Work louse Ward," was staged by. nembcis o£ the Twentieth Cen- ury club. Refreshments wens erved. Visits al Reading. LEDYARD--Mrs. William Wie- mcr is spending two weeks at thq lome of her parents in Redding. DON'T SCRATCH, SOOTHE THE i IRRITATION! Quick relief from the maddening! itch p£ eczema, psoriasis, poison.' ivy, and irritation about the rccluni! or personal parts is obtained by ap-I plying HH ointment called Rcsinolj Lenvo it on over night. It lessens tho desire to scratch, and cases tho irritation. The soothing effect of Rcsinol takes tlie sting out o£ the irritnted parts and niakes you comfortable. The skin heals sooner, too, with ths help of Resinol. The oily base of Rcsinol Oint-j mcnt is ideal for penetrating tha outer layers of the skin nnd sccur-J ing deeper action. Bathing the at-! fcctcd parts first with Rcsinol Soap! hastens tho effectiveness of Resinol Ointment. Many nurses, suggest! and nso Resinol-- why don't you! try it? Buy Resinol Ointment nnd Soar* in any drug store. For free sample, write to Rcsinol, Dept. .4, BaK tiniorc, Md. : ay i.4 AUSTIN, Tc.\., (/P)-- James A. Farley told a joint session of the Texas legislature Wednesday he thought democrats opposing the method but not the spirit of President Roosevelt's court modification plan were "lending aid and comfort lo th enemy." "I think they are making a grave error," the postmaster general and chairman of the democratic national committee said. 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