Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
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: ' : -"' •'•''•'•'^'"••••^••'••^*^ i '^ 8 Jan. 5, 1949 Maion City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Farmers 7 Night Classes Begin 12 Meetings Will Be Held at Britt School Britt —The adult farmers' night school opened Tuesday at Britt high school. The course will consist of 12 meetings on topics of general interest to the farm members se- Watch For Our Storewide Sale Blanchard's 12 East State lected by the advisory committee of the night school. The meeting Tuesday night was on the subject, "Commercial Fertilizers and Legumes," Leslie E. Thayer of Storm Lake addressing the group. An open forum followed the address. Other meetings for the year are: Jan. 13—Recommended com- 'mercial fertilizers for this area in charge of Aaron Bowman, Wright county agent, former vocational instructor at Britt. Jan. 18—Crop planning for 1949. Jan. 27—Dairy cattle problems. Feb. 3—Hybrid hogs. Feb. 8—Problems in making farm concrete. Feb. 17—Tile products and their uses on the farm. Feb. 24—The corn borer in 1949. March 3—New crop varieties being developed. March 10—Feeding dairy cattle. March 17—Feeding dairy cattle. March 24—Milk sanitation. Members of the advisory committee are Jens Jensen, Alfred Jacobson, Fern Ruling, Cecil Hildebrand and Ray Baker. Swea City—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. August Brandt Sunday morning. Says New Year Calls for Stands on Critical Issues The New Year calls for important stands in the religious, moral and political life of the American people, Doctor Roy C. Helfenstein stated in a KGLO forum address prepared for delivery at 4:45 p. m Wednesday. "The New Year calls for individuals who heretofore have ignored the love and will of their Creator to right-about-face in their thinking, in their way of living.* and in their attitude and commitments," he declared.. "The New Year calls for all those who have claimed to be friends of Jesus Christ—for all church members of every creed and name—to seek a closer fellowship with each other, with the Christ of the resurrection, and with their Heavenly Father, God. "The New Year calls for the world to be set in order—for the leaders of the nations to cease their political quibbling and their long range maneuverings for selfish advantage, and to keep the interests of the common people., the whole world 'round, as their supreme concern. Get Away from Vices "The New Year calls for our own nation, blessed in material things above all other nations, to free itself from the bondage of its vices and its sins—it injustices and its inequities. "The New Year calls for our national defense forces to cease their rivalry among themselves and truly to unite in their plans and purposes for the welfare of the nation and of humanity at large. "The New Year calls for the American people to "wake up" .in realization of the selfishness, the greed, the infamy and the inhumanity of the legalized liquor business which has absolutely no regard for good citizenship and no concern whatsoever for the nation's welfare. "The New Year calls for the United States department of justice to follow through in uncovering every trace of evidence existing and to make that evidence known to the people of the nation concerning the communistic and all other subversive agencies in our midst. Have Nothing: in Common "Communism is anti-democratic, anti-American and anU-Clms- tian. Communism and Democracy have nothing in common. Democracy seeks to free the people— communism seeks to enslave the people. And the American people have a right to know to what extent communists have filtered into our governmental agencies. There dare not be any white-washing of offenders, regardless of position. The facts must now be made known. 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