Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 27, 1948 · Page 27
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 27, 1948
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n Talks Lovett -- Pres-ident he tense in" situation 's^r% ll in of foreign affairs." He would not elaborate n^v^>4 r confer - rs ecretary O f state Sl^L^acting secre- You ARE CHURCH 30 "Sr^^^^-as Anther ^ A , 1 'L a ""- C A G ' 9^'arf N. Lowell WELCOME TO RADIO CHAPEL CARL J. SENTMAN, .p , ASSEMBLY OF GOD BAPTIST tate" T~he V ' C Pn ">vani a «/ music c , , 9 and °/o e CATHOLIC Uny masses «« I0:00-Bible School for oil ages. 1 1 :00—-How to Fight" Calvary Chanel n a y \ coo, at a-4i n , o 9 ' at Trinity church COVENANT ' THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND urchea goes on Christ to the '• "Joy ' ' Sunday school D*c. 24, 1948 ' • M.ion City Gltl>».G»«ti», H«tn Clty7 U. Learns About High Octane Plane Fuel Columbus. Ohio. (^P)— Seaman Beryl Smith of the Columbus naval air station learned something Thursday about the fuel that supplies our air power. im ° Ut ° f ht « Changes in Milk Prices Proposed Washington, <U,R>—The agricul- tme department Thursday proposed revisinno in ,,,i,«i —,. „ ... matins service ,„ -ding festival services ui the year in this congregation. 'FVnm tKe* ~\£*fi ;« *v.~ .*•.!___ the left in the picture are: on Subject for December 26 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" . . . IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor Corner of 5th Street S. E. ond Jersey Avenue invites you to EAR LY CHRISTMAS MATINS Condlel.ghr Julotto Service) *<ii n .~ oo ervce CHRISTMAS DAY, DEC. 25 — 6 A. M " . Sermon: "A Redeemer is Come" BY THE EMMANUEL CHOIR EPISCOPAL RCH FIRST STREET N. E. AT PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE ° f Prayer »•»> be ob- until 12, a served. COXGKEGATION'AI, Heltenstein pastor" H^ 51 N ' E ' Roy C ' T-H,- _, • . wi s«n numbers bv AI>« j«i tics E. StincH i rt • " \r •*••»-•«* uj A»H s. — ••• —-OSOllEf 1 ' h V rival* »TNt- * <« n *-<*l L, March" by Clark •=„„•,• .Procession intendent. Woi Years Prayer " evening, all gi auditorium at 7:30 monies and prayer, begin at 8. Pastor M. S., at T' . ™op>c: "New s 'r >e f ! "»g- Sunday ' lesti .'»8 service wil . ln . charge. Tuesday EPISCOPAL Rev" '^ftr NE =•»' Pennsylvania. one of tlic- " ,»• . • c - M - Russe 1 odist d rch Fu,th CCt ° r ? hl Frce Melh by Darlenc Spencer" G-lR 0 ^^!?" given the Rev. E. L Bailc,' Th, ^ Wash " or Prayer service at 0 ' ' Thursda y evening 3 ° .. OUTHODOX Ambrose" c"r and conlcl^ e^ery 7. Sunday MaUns 9 i s ursay proposed revisions in wholesale milk pnce formulas designed to assure an adequate milk supply for Sioux Qty, Iowa, and the Omaha Nebr.-Council Bluffs, Iowa, area! The proposed changes ' m P ri used to make cream. They are n highe during the 1 o w-produc- SUmmer m fn - e pricing formula is the same throughout the Changes are needed, the department said, because of recent unseasonal declines in prices of . re' n/r ,u Mrs - Harold Johnson', Mrs. Albert Polacek and Mrs E A. Bergeson; second row: Miss Rachel Nielsen, Mrs. George H Nelson, Mrs. George Schriver' Mrs. Cecelia Glaser, Miss Helen Johnson, director, and Miss MarS- yn Schriver; third row: Albert Polacek, Harold Johnson, John Kasmussen, Richard Setterber« d Schriver! and fourth organ has been given a complete overhauling and tuned. Report Cards Pay Off Laramie, Wvo lfp\ -a j Trevathan s t a"r t e? 7ome° n?ng waen he gave a child candy be cause he had a good and . Givler Richard Nelson, , r row: Charles Olson, Henry Her- nndahl, and the Rev. E. A Bergeson. B «« 6 weeks by Smith was driving his 1936 Ford ? ! p n Broad. St. The tank was filled with 110 octane aviation gas* ir*£? \- I*? 1 "'? 01 to st °P for ^e traffic hght the door blew open and threw me out into the street " omith related. A bus driver handed him a fire extinguisher, but it was of little value m coping with the blaze HmL f- ar Was destl '°yed by the time firemen arrived. Firemen said the explosion buretor & backfire ^ n the was a Ot Hls P 6 ction every the grocery store In 3 Southwest conference games this season, Texa? f oot ! idts t 62 " 1 -° vercaine half-time def. and 5 T0c £' m - a e ainst Rice, Baylor cery sore dairy f vivio miik ,;;:• "~°" p V ices ^Timd muk prices are based in areas subject to federal marketing regulations. The department said the Omaha-Council Bluffs market haslotl nore than 20 per cent of Km! «c,?,n?rV/ nCe ^ Aueust > 1947 - an ^ recemts; of handlers have declined ago. per cent Irom a y eai> The Sioux City market has also been losing producers. handlers must i ° orcas A5d an ^ Young Peoples Fellowship of the church presented the robes to the choir as a Christmas gift and they will be used for the first time at this matins service. The choir, which is under the direction of Miss Helen Johnson, will sing "O Holy Night" by Adams with Miss Genevieve Olson as soloist, and "Joy to the World" by Findley Lyon h TVTi-c- 1? A n _______ J •*-'•>' ul1 ------ j.i. cm grades, Trevathan gives candy or bubble gum them Beauty Aids Recovery Chicago, (U.R)-T h e Veterans Admmistration thinks pretty o , standard "hospital > c f ,,-—-• — -•' . ist. It will also join with the pastor in presenting the special musi- ' Christmas in - T i ecth y s \ e changes proposed . W. Vcspcrs cveni "fi Godn ;. a isi^«A'_47S ll -t I< i°s .. v)Lj,i\ BIBl F .c£iS^ a . c rSB"o s E - s - da •i „, ,. •*• rn - *iorning wor-shin IT service. Pastor, the n e v. German Tanks Melted The pastor, the Rev. E. A Bergeson, will give his -Christmas message on the theme, "A Re deemer Is Come." Preceding the frnri; ded , chimes wil1 fiom the church tower ^^'ff&?«-»SK sn-frsr ss.c5jaS =* CHRISTMAS EVE 11 P.M. FESTIVAL SERVICE OF THE HOLY COMMUNION AND SERMON GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH TRANSFIGURATION 14ni North Washington Ave., Mason City, Iowa The Rev. Father Ambrose G. Giannoukos M. S. M., Pastor CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION AND SERVICES There will be two Solemn High Masses FIRST MASS—Christmas Eve with Solemn High Vespers at 11:00 P. M. — At 12:00 Midnight Solemn High Mass SECOND MASS—Saturday morning at 10:45 A. M. The Choir will sing St. John Chrysostom's Liturgy for Both Masses Christmas Carols at the end of the Masses A Merry Christmas TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF MASON CITY: The Rev. Father Ambrose G. Giannoukos, M. S. M. Veterans' Office to Be at Fair Des Moines, (U.R)-T h e World " -si - Akers, bonus board chair man, said Thursday. The board will establish head- a Jan. ~~"* o»-'-'"**(-io ortll -, —« sometime in February move to the Armand buildinc in downtown Des Moines if the <?t f rents the building as planned & ° Bonus Board Secretary Ed Kallemyn said he has already received sever, 1 inquiries about clerical mt the board w questionnaires on receipt o application for bonus been decided on of them. One would be a general, preliminary questionnaire and the °M 1 , 61 ". * Bailed one. Kallemyn said that procedure was follo%ved n Unio. Iceland, when discovered by the Scandinavians around 850 A had long been inhabited by small colony of Irish Culdees D. Wesley Methodist Church 30:4;, •• » 1 X r A,, I>e<ors<> " Preaches: •A DOG AT THE MANGER" .._. 0 ^ Chorus Choir: Thr Shephtrd', story." I>ick ensnn incidental Solos, Ronald Abel, Ernest Allen norothy TRINITY LUTHERAN Sunday Worship 1 ] a. m. Palace Theater The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, Pastor A Cordial Invitation to All RADIO BROADCAST KGLO — 10:15 A. M. —• , Winter Sport Season Gets Underway Chicago, (U,R)_The midwest's winter sport season opened late but sportsmen predict it will be the biggest in history. Michigan and Wisconsin apparently have made the most improvements in facilities, and January and February are expected to be banner months. Minnesota resort operators also prepared for another busy season. More than 125,000 persons vis ited winter sports areas in Michi gan last year and Robert Fur long, director of the state touris council predicts that this year' total "will be considerably higher. n "° " r the best spots in the mid h th r — have been on exhibition the capital but have now b»n sent to the junk heap. The In hhave on exhibS u~ i — " "i- 1 ll1 tue cnurrn has been brought in. The church To one arid all go our sincerest wishes for good cheer this Happy Holiday. FOX SHOE REPAIR 205 South Federal SEASONS BEST ADY'S WATCH SHOP 19 West State Street outdoor enthusiasts is 'the Caber- ae area in the Manistee nationa «S?&'SS^ 1 £. c g!X ski runs, 7 power ski tows, a 15- acre slalom bowl, and all the usual urn s toboggan slide s and ski Another Michigan attraction is Hnvne City which has the only ----- -lit for comfort-loving skiers n the midwest. The ski-jumping capital of the midwest is at Iron Mountain and Ironwood in Mich- gans upper peninsula. Smeltania, "the city on ice" is ""<* reconstructed on the ice of t.harlevoix at Boyne Citv for winter fishermen. The 2 major ski meets in Wisconsin are the cenoral slalom and downhill championships at Rib Mountain state park at Wausau, Feb. 5 and 6< and thc jumpin an£ j • ncercoiiegiato classic at Madison Feb. 13. ' Joe Alexander, recreational director for the Wisconsin conservation department, said there are no new winter lodges in the state but he expects it to be a big year. . Inere has been a steady increase m the number of persons par- ticjpatmg every year since the end of the war," he said, "and this will be no exception." Sailing vessels are classed according to the particular combination of spars, sail and cordage, and the words "cutter," "brig," or "cutter 0 r,vt«!K abbreviations and Moy the Yuletide lantern glimmer with rays of unbounded joy and contentment on Christmas and during the New Year. DIXIE CREAM DONUT SHOP 318 N. Delaware Phone 574 A Very Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year KATHRYN'S GIFTS and CHINA SHOP 25 First S. E. JOYOUS NOEL As on that Night, may you now have a Joyous Yuletide filled with peace and contentment. Here's our sincerest wish to you for a bountiful Yuletide. BEY BAKERY 26 First St. S. E. The glow of our Christmas candles brightens our best wishes to you for a Merry Christmas. The FABRIC Co. 219 North Federal Hoppy Holiday Greetings fo AH . C. PUTH COMPANY PLUMBING AND HEATING 202i North Federal GOODWILL TO ALL We take this opportunity to thank you for letting us serve — And to wish you al! a Merry Christmas. MILLWORK 7 E CABINETS |T MASON CITY A Merry Christmas To All Kirk Beauty Shop JEAN Z1MMER EVA THE!LAN /" % 9* -~--^ LTreetings From the Staff and Managemcnf of the G. L CAB LINE Phone 731 8APHARMAC Corner State and Delaware

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