The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, May 21, 1953, SECTION 1, Page 8, Image 8

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FOR SALE: Gladiolus bulbs,
shortages on some colors,
mostly jumbo sizes. Get by
May 20. No Sunday sales. —
W. B. Lamb, O’Neill. 2-3p85
Used Cars!
1953 Mercury sport coupe, radio,
heater, auto, transmission, 2
dr. $2,750
1952 Plymouth, radio, heater, 4
dr...-__ $1,695
1951 Plymouth, radio, heater, 2
dr. ..—_ $1,495
1950 Olds, radio, heater, auto,
transmission, 4-dr. .. $1,245
1950 Chevrolet, radio, heater,
4-dr. __ $1,175
1949 Chrysler, radio, heater.
auto, transmission, 4-dr. $1,095
1948 Ford, radio, heater,
1948 Chevrolet, radio, heater,
2-dr. _ $695
1947 Plymouth, radio, heater,
4-dr. _:_$645
1951 Kaiser, radio, heater, over
drive, 4-dr.—-$1,045
1952 DeSoto, radio, heater, auto,
transmission, 4-dr._$2,450
Home of DeSoto and
Phone 562 — O’Neill
FOR SALE: Cocker spaniel
pups.—Phone 369-R, O’Neill.
FOR SALE: Very nice electric
refrigerator, excellent condi
tion, $89. Apartment size elec
tric stove, used little over 2
years, $59. Both worth more.—
Call 484-LW, O’Neill. 3c45
WE repair all makes of washing
machines. Free estimates.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire refrig
erator, small size, $69.95.—Ja- ,
cobson’s, O’Neill. 3c
New Machinery
Tractors, models 40, 50, 60 & G. 1
Models B & LL grain drills.
11%, 15 arid 21-ft. disc harrows. 1
Plows of all sizes.
10 and 12-ft. hay rakes.
No. 5 power mowers.
Duncan manure loaders.
730 John Deere listers.
290 and 490 corn planters.
Models L and M spreaders.
Farmhand loaders and attach.
U.S. Royal and Firestone farm
Used Machinery
1949 John Deere B tractor.
1944 John Deere A tractor.
1943 John Deere B tractor.
1941 John Deere B tractor.
1940 John Deere B tractor.
1939 John Deere B tractor.
1936 John Deere A tractor.
1950 V.A.C. Case tractor.
F20 IHC tractor.
IHC regular tractor.
U.C. Allis tractor.
John Deere H spreader.
Two 16” J.D. No. 52 plows.
Two 14” J.D. No. 52 plows.
Two 14” Allis plows.
16x8 IHC grain drill.
No. 182 IHC lister.
J.D. tractor cultivator.
4-bottom 16” J.D. plow.
Used rakes, good.
999 corn planters.
Harry R. Smith Impl.
Phone 562 O’Neill
FOR SALE: I still have a few
bushels of Early Pioneer seed
corn on hand.-—Geo. C Rob
ertson, O’Neill, Nebr. 3c-35
1951 Chevrolet 2-dr. Fleetline.
1950 Chevrolet 2-dr. Fleetline.
1949 Ford 2-dr.
1947 Chevrolet sedan.
1947 Chevrolet 2-dr.
1950 Chevrolet 2-dr. with heat
er, one owner, good tires. See
this one at—
1950 Chevrolet truck, good.
1951 Chevrolet %-ton pickup.
1935 International t-2-ton.
(Make us an offer)
1953 Chevrolet !-2-ton pickup
with few miles, used as dem
onstrator, new car warranty
and as good as new, save on
this one —
Midwest Mtr. Co., Ltd.
O’Neill, Nebr.
FOR SALE: Insurance of all
kinds. — See R. H. (“Ray”) ’
Shriner, phone 106. 39tf
FOR SALE: 320-acre farm. —
Mrs. Rodney Tomlinson, box
214, O’Neill, phone 518-M.
l-4cl00 ’
FOR SALE: Apartment size gas
range with automatic over
heat control, $59.95. —Jacob
son’s, O’Neill. 3c
tomato, cabbage, pepper, egg
plant, broccoli, celery, parsley.
Annual flowers—snapdragons,
petunias, asters, phlox, Can
terbury bells, zinnias, sweet
peas, marigolds, ageratum,
dahlia, verbena, mignonette,
balsam, linaria. Perennials —
delphinium, columbine, dian
thus, sweet William, alyssum,
baby’s breath, blue flax, daisy,
lobelia, candytuft, foxglove.
Also potted* coleus and double
petunias.,— Charles Crook, %
mile north of stoplight, O’
Neill. 52-4c
I FOR SALE: 200-A. farm near
Butte, Nebr. Good buildings,
plenty of spring water. —Mrs.
C. R. Keeler, Butte, Nebr.,
phone 9371. 3-6c
Mon. Night, May 25
Butte Livestock Market
FOR SALE: 3-room house, 25 ft.
by 28 ft., lights and good well
% of acre of good garden in
Emmet, $2,000.—Call 584-R2.
FOR SALE or trade for cattle:
One 1952 V.A.C. Case tractor,
in A-l condition with Eagle
hitch; one 1952 two-bottom 14
in. plow with 3-point hookup;
one 1952 front mounted culti
vator.—Write Leonard Engler.
Columbus, Nebr., rte. 1.
FOR SALE: Income property,
large older home, good loca
tion, 6 rooms, bath upstairs,
with private entrance, 6
rooms, bath downstairs. Can
be bought with one or two
lots. See or call Matt Beha,
O’Neill. 52c
l—1948 Pontiac Streamliner 2
dr. sedan, hydramatic “8”,
shell gray.
I—1951 Mercury with overdrive,
L—Studebaker pickup with
stock-rack, good condition.
.—1948 Frazer 4-dr.
—1947 Pontiac “8”, 2-dr. Tor
Wm. Krotter Co.
’hone 531 O’Neill
i'OR SALE: Power lawn mow
er, 2 used yk-inch drills, % to
3 hp. used single phase motors
110-220 v. for REA, 2% horse
Lawson engine. —Halva Elec
tric Shop, O’Neill. 3-6c
rOR SALE: 20 head yearling
Angus heifers.—James L. Van
Every, O’Neill. 3-4p65
i’OR SALE: 7%-horse Mercury
motor, used one year.—West
ern Auto, O’Neill. 2c
i’OR SALE: One 20-inch reel
type mower. Used one year.—
Western Auto, O’Neill. 2c
Brady Welding Shop
Atkinson, Nebr.
BUILDS tractor sweeps and rake
hitches, cable racks and short
stinger winches; sells a com
plete line of iron at 12c to 14c
per pound, according to size
and quantity. Also for sale,
regular Farmall parts.
VE DO all kinds of repair weld
ing. Established in 1945.
E. W. Brady, Prop.
Res. Phone 8151
_ 2-5
FOR SALE; Good used 2-pc.
living room suite. —Midwest
Furn. & Appl., West O’Neill,
phone 346-J. 2-3c
EtEMEMBER Christensen’s Big
Registered Hereford Bull Sale
at Chamberlain, S.D., Monday,
June 1. Forty - five head of
Supreme and Aster breeding.
—C. M. Christensen & Son,
Dundee, Minn., and Reliance,
S.D. 50-4c ‘
FOR SALE: 7-room house, south
across from hospital, also
some furniture. — Mrs. Nellie
Beha, O’Neill. 3p35
FOR SALE: Baby carriage, like
new.—Phone 191-W, O’Neill
HOLT County Noxious Weed
District will have spraying
chemicals for sale at the fol
lowing prices: Estor 2-4-D, 4
lb. acid, per gal. $4.85; Amine
Salts 2-4-D, 4-lb. acid, per gal.
$4.00 (in 5-gal. cans). On sale
at: Rubeck’s Standard Sta.,
O’Neill; A. G. Braddock Sta.,
Page; Central Stand. Sta., At
kinson._ 3-8c60
FOR SALE: New house, 16x32
ft., 10 miles east on highway
108. See or write Art Frahm,
Page- 2-4p75
FOR SALE: John Deere tractor
hay sweep. — Werner Poess
necker, Atkinson. 2-3p60
FOR SALE: 1951 Chev., A-l
condition. — Inquire Benson’s
Tavern, O’Neill. 52-3c
rOR SALE: Large new ship
ment of second-hand clothing
has arrived. — Marie’s Beauty
Shop, O’Neill. 2c40
PRATH sale ad to appear in ■
The Frontier May 28 Selling 35
bulls at Gregory S.D., June 6.
—Write O. J. Kaupp, Gregory, <
SJD., for catalog. 2-3pl00 ]
FOR SALE: $199.50, 2-piece
living room suite. Three only
to be sold at this price, $159.50.
Save $40.—Midwest Furn. &
Appli., phone 346-J, O’Neill.
FOR SALE: 1949, 4-door Chev
rolet, in excellent condition.—
See or call Steve Martynuk,
O’Neill, phone 483-J. 2-3p60
I CAN make loans on city resi
dence or business buildings
and make them on monthly
payment plan.—See or write
R. H. Parker, O’Neill, Nebr.
Lawson and Clinton engines
service and genuine parts call
at Vic Halva’s Electric Shop,
O’Neill. 41tf
WE ARE looking for an individ
ual who wants to go into bus
iness for himself. Will require
approximately 4 hours time
each day to start. The growth
and compensation of this bus
iness depends entirely on the
individual. Give past employ
ment record. Write box 1, The
O’Neill Frontier. 2c60
WANTED: Waitress. — Phone
151, Plainview. 52-3c
wants farm or ranch work. —
Harold Hicks, O’Neill, 704 E.
Adams. 3p35
WANTED: Custom work, plow
ing, discing, ’dozer work, base
ment digging, grading, back
filling.—C. D. (Con) Harmon,
ph. 560-W, 615 Everett St., O’
Neill. 46tf
WATCH and jewelry repairing,
crystals and Ronson lighter re
pairs while you wait. — Clift
Jewelry, O’Neill. 29tf
I HAVE a buyer for a cattle
ranch, and another buyer for
a good farm. Do you have a
ranch or farm for sale?—Write
to R. H. Parker, O’Neill, Nebr.
IF YOU are 24 or older and
have one year of semi exper
ience, not counting army ex
perience, we need you. In
addition to good pay we offer
paid vacations, length of ser
vice bonuses, life and accident
insurance and merchandise
awards for safe driving. Ap
ply Dale Herman, Herman Oil
Transport Co., 1207 Chicago,
Omaha, Nebr. 2-4c26Q
WOMEN WANTED: Address and
mail post cards. Make over $50
week. Send $1 for instructions.
LENDO, Watertown, Mass.
_ 2-4pl00
ARE YOU the man we are look
ing for? We want a man in
each community, who is fi
nancially responsible, familiar
with farm problems and live
stock, who has own car, *o
represent large old establish
ed firm on products needed
and used daily on farms. Won
derful opportunity for earn
ings. Write fully about your
self.—HWM Box No. 1, Stock
Yards Sta., Sioux City, la.
WANTED: Serum pigs.—Call or
write Dwaine Lockmon, phone
3741, Stuart. 42tf
WANTED: Cattle to pasture. —
Lloyd Snyder, 4 mi. south of
Ewing. l-2c60
FOR RENT: Floor polisher and
waxer.—Spelts-Ray Lbr. Co.
FOR RENT: Sanders for floor
and furniture. — Spelts - Ray
Lbr. Co. 47tf
FOR RENT: Sleeping rooms. —
Phone 537, O’Neill. 28tf
$2 Per Day
GAMBLES . . O’Neill
FOR RENT: Set of buildings, on
highway 108, has REA. See or
write Art Frahm, Page.
FOR SALE: 10x12 brooder house.
—Spelts-Ray Lbr. Co., O’Neill.
FOR RENT: Four-room apart
ment with bath, partially fur
nished. Heat, lights and water
furnished.—Phone 537, O’Neill.
Arrive from 'Frisco—
Mrs. Nellie Beha accompanied
ler daughter, Mrs. John Kemp,
ind Mr. Kemp here from San
Francisco, Calif., arriving Mon
iay. They will spend a week '
lere. Expected this weekend are •
VIr. and Mrs. Joseph Beha and
family of Minneapolis, Minn., .
and Mr. and Mrs. William
.‘‘Bill”) Beha and family of
sioux Falls, S.D.
„ Mrs. Henry Kuhfahl and Mrs ]
herald McDermott went to In- ■
nan Wednesday, May 13, to vis- j
t Mrs. Robert Ruther. s
Miss Sandra Norman of Ord 1
arrived Sunday to spend several
lays visiting in the home of Mr
and Mrs. Wayne Norman.
_ * €
Mrs. John Hayne of Neligh x
pent last week visiting Mr. and t
drs. William Anderson. £
NOTICE: Will the party whc
picked up my black purse al
the Legion hall Monday nighl
please return it and contents,
postage collect, to Mrs. C. E!
McVay, O’Neill, Nebr. 3c
WANT TO SELL? We need list
ings on farms and ranches. It
you want fast service, list
your property with Ed Thorin
& Bill Bowker, phones 207,
454-J, 551-J, O’Neill.
FARM LOANS. — R. H. Parker,
O’Neill. 50c
STRAYED: One whiteface cow
from my place, branded on
right hip. — Ivan R. Heiss,
helping clean the Mennonite
cemetery please come Tuesday
afternoon, May 26, at 1:30
o’clock, 3p35
^A PHONE CALL brings us on
the run- Phone 404-W. Used
car parts, car repairing, elec
tric and acetylene welding,
body shop.
Strong’s Repair Shop
North Seventh — O’Neill
__ ltf
I AM NOW writing insurance
for an exclusive hail insurance
company.-—Ed Thorin, O’Neill,
phone 207. 52tf
on all makes. Free home dem
onstrations on New Home sew
ing machines. Will completely
rebuild and electrify your old
sewing machine for $24.50.—
Midwest Furn. & Appl., phone
346-J, O’Neill. Ic50
Long Term
Pre-Payment Privileges
4% Federal Land Bank
O’Neill, Nebr.
Lyle P. Dierks, Sec.-Treas.
SEE Ralph Simpson for vour
electric wiring. — 359-LW,' O’
Neill. Itf
L. Guthmiller
Half-block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kinds of
automobile, truck and tractor
repair. Acetylene welding.
MONEY TO LOAN: I am back
at my office and have Eastern
money to loan on farms and
ranches, also on city property.
—See R. H. Parker, O’Neill,
Nebr. 48tf
American Kitchens
White Water Heaters
Next door Asimus Motors)
Phone 399 — O’Neill tf
Body - Fender
COMPLETE up - to - date shop,
equipped and experienced for
all makes of cars. Also paint
ing, spot work, glasses install
ed. Free estimates. 24 - hour
wrecker service.
219 Douglas St. Phone 211-W
Generator & Motor Winding
New and Used Motors
for Any Job 25tf
LOST: Lady’s Emerson wrist
watch with Spiedel band. Re
ward. — Mrs. Rolland Weyh
rich, O’Neill. 3p35
[ TAKE this means of expressing
my thanks to those who re
membered me with cards, let
ters, flowers and visits during
my recent stay in the hospital.
[ WISH to express a sincere
thank you to all my relatives
and friends who remembered
me with cards, gifts, flowers
and visits while I was confined
to my home with rheumatic fe
ver and while I was in St. An
thony’s hospital last week.
3c50 1
~ -— - (
[*o Star Meeting — *
The grand chapter session of 1
he Order of the Eastern Sta"
vas held in Norfolk from Mon- j
lay to Thursday, May 11-14. At
he luncheon Wednesday after- *
!°°£\ ^ G‘ GillesPie and Mrs. ,
dabel Henry were among the
'0-year members who were •
»onored for their long member- 1
hip. Other members who at
ended were Mrs. H. O. Russ and
to- James McMann of Inman.
The Methodist WSCS will hold 1
rummage sale at the Robert- s
on building, one - half block
OTth of the First National bank, u
3day (Thursday). Friday and
atuxday. 7
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Thursday, May 21: Choir re
hearsal, 7 p.m.; MYF, 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 24: Church
school, 10 a.m.; worship service,
11 a.m.; official boards, both old
and new, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, May 2& Methodist
men meet at 7:30 p.m. for sup
per and meeting.
Tuesday, May 26: Nebraska
Wesleyan university commence
ment, 10 a.m.
An architect met with Meth
odist church people Sunday fol
lowing the morning worship ser
vice. He was C. W. Harre of
Kansas City, Mo., who in part
nership with Mr. Potter of Lin
coln is practicing in Nebraska.
Mr. Harre had been invited to
O’Neill to study the needs of the
local Methodist congregation. He
spent Saturday and Sunday here
examining the building and the
needs of the local church. Two
major propositions were told to1
the people who remained after
the 11 o’clock service. One is the
razing of the present building
down to the foundation and re
building with tile and brick. The
other was the selling of the
present property, church and
parsonage, and building both
new on a new location.
Members of the Methodist of
ficial board, both of this current
closing year and of the new
board soon to take office, will
meet at the church this coming
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. to discuss
the propositions.
Daily vacation church school
at the Methodist church will be
conducted mornings, 9:30 to
11:30 o’clock, for two weeks be
ginning June 8. This was an
nounced by the superintendent
of that school, Mrs. Clay John
son, jr. All Methodist children
and other interested children
are invited to take part.
The course this year through
out the school will be based on
the Bible. A project of supply
ing Bibles to a foreign country’s
peoples will be carried on Capa
ble teachers will be in charge of
all groups from beginners to and
including the junior high group.
Rev. Samuel Lee, pastor
Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m.; wor
ship, 11 a.m.; junior high West
minster fellowship, 5-7 p.m.
Spiritual life group, Monday,
3 p.m.
Senior high Westminster fel
lowship, Thursday, 6-8 p.m.
Cherub choir practice, Satur
day, 10 a.m.; children’s story
hour, 10:45 a.m.
Circles I and II will meet at
2:30 o’clock today ' (Thursday).
Circle I will meet at the home of
Mrs. Harold Young with Mrs.
George Robertson and Mrs. C.
E. Melena assisting. Circle II
will meet at the home of Mrs. J.
D. Osenbaugh.
Circle III will meet at 7:45
o’clock Thursday night at the
home of Mrs. D. E. Nelson with
Mrs. C. B. Houser and Mrs. Roy
Lundgren assisting.
Today the Presbytery of Nio
brara will meet at the Wayne
church to examine candidates
for ordination to the ministry
and on Friday evening a com
mittee of the Presbytery will
meet at the Stuart church to in
stall Rev. D. D. Su to the pas
torate of the Cleveland and Stu
art churches.
On Saturday afternoon Snd
evening the senior high West
minster fellowship will hold a
hamburger fry and ice cream
supper on the lawn of the church
to raise money to send members
to the young people’s conference.
Th pastor will conduct the ser
vice at the drive-in church next
Sunday morning at 8 o’clock.
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Thursday, May 21, 8 p.m.: Mid
week prayer meeting, Harry
Page in charge.
Saturday, May 23: Wesleyan
group day at Page. Services at
10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Sunday, May 24: Sunday
school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m.
Monday until Friday, May 25
29: Daily vacation Bible school
Morning session beginning at 9
d clock, afternoon session at I
a’clock. Ages 4 to 14.
Thursday, May 28: A 16-mm.
sound film entitled “Cry of the
Orient,” filmed by Youth fcr
Christ. This will show Christ at
work in Korea and Formosa.
Services begin at at 8 p.m., film
s 65 minutes in length. We will
ihow this film to the chilnren
Wednesday afternoon.
June 4-14: The Elkhorn Valley
loliness association will again
ponsor a camp meeting here m
D’Neill. Week day services will
>e in our church. Sunday ser
vices will be in the public school
luditorium. Rev. Fred Lester of
Burlington, la., will be our evan
Rev. and Mrs. John Brady of
?ryon will be in charge of ti e
hildren’s work and the singing
n the camp.
(Ewing, RFD)
Rev. Samuel Lee, pastor
Sunday-school will be held at
:30 p.m., this week, and church
ervice at 2:30 p.m.
We invite you to worship with
Frontier for printing! —
Rev. Wayne A. Hall, pastor
Vacation Bible school begins
May 25 at 9 a.m. It will con
tinue through June 5, conclud
ing with commencement exer
cises the night of June 5 at 8
o’clock. The sessions will be from
9 until 11:45 a.m. The theme of
the school is “Our Place in God’s
World.” The teaching staff has
prepared for the largest and best
school ever held in this church.
Miss Reta Anderson of Newport,
who is kindergarten teacher in
the Bassett school, will be teach
ing the beginners. Their theme
is “The World God Made.”
The primary teachers are Miss
Dorothy Rosenkrans, who teach
es in the Orchard school, and
Mrs. Reuben Redlinger. Their
theme is “We Choose to Do
Right.” The junior teacher is
Mrs. Roger Rosenkrans. The jun
ior theme is “The Road from
Earth to Heaven.” The inter
mediate class will be taught by
Reverend Hall. The theme is
“We Know the Bible Is True.”
Mrs. Wayne Hall is the superin
tendent of the school.
Many others of the church will
be assisting with the music
handwork and recreation. We
invite the boys and girls of 4
years old and over to be with us
in this school.
Saturday night street meeting
at the corner of Fourth and
Douglas, service begins at 8:30
Sunday-school, 10 a.m.; wor
ship service, 11 a.m.; an evange
listic rally, 8 p.m.
Monday: Bible study at Fred
Tuesday: CA service at 8 p.m.
Wednesday: Bible study and
prayer service at 8 p.m.
“O, taste and see that the Lord
is good: Blessed is the man that
trusteth in Him.” Psalm 34:8.
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, paster
Prayer meeting each Wednes
day evening at 8 o’clock.
Sunday, May 24: Worship at
10 a.m.; Sunday-school, 11 a.m.:
young people’s service and Bible
study, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, May 27: A 16-mm.
sound film entitled “Cry of the
Drient,” filmed by Youth for
Christ. This will show Christ at
■vork in Korea and Formosa.
Service begins at 8 p.m., the film
s 65 minutes in length.
You are invited to all of cur
Christ Lutheran
Bible School Soon
Christ Luthern church will
have another vacation Bible
school, beginning on Monday,
May 25, and continuing through
Friday, June 5,
The classes will meet daily,
Monday through Friday, from 9
to 11:45 a.m. The daily program
will include: Morning worship
period, Bible study with visual
aids, hymn singing, recreation
period, and handicraft. There will
be classes for all children from
to 15 years of age.
All children of the community
are cordially invited to enroll, the
pastor, Rev. R. W. Olson, said.
Drive-In Worship Held
Despite Adverse Weather—
Despite adverse weather con
ditions, including cold and rain,
the first in a series of Protestant
church services at the O’Neill
Drive-In theater was held Sun
A good representation was
present for the 8 a.m., worship,
according to a spokesman for the
sponsor, the Ministerial Associa
tion of O’Neill. Rev. Melvin
Grosenbach, pastor of Wesleyan
Methodist church, delivered the
■sermon. The drive - in worship
is intended primarily for tour
ists and residents who for var
ious reasons are unable to take
part in the regular worship at
his or her own church.
Next Sunday the minister will
be Rev. Samuel D. Bee, pastor of
First Presbyterian church.
Rev. Charles C. Chappell, pastor
Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m.; wor
ship, 11 a.m.
Hiram and Mirandy party to
night (Thursday) at the church
Sunday, May 24, is Aldersgate.
It is on this date that we com
memorate the “heart warming”
experience of John Wesley, the
founder of the Methodist church.
Aldersgate was the street in
London where a group of Mor
avians met for prayer and Bible
study. The leader was reading
from Luther’s preface to the
Epistle to the Romans, when
Wesley testified: “I felt my
heart strangely warmed.”
Sunday, 7 p.m., there will be
a covered dish supper and a
meeting of the Ewing - Inman
parish council. You are invited
to attend.
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Sunday, May 24: Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m.; divine worship,
10:45 a.m.
In the name of Christ Jesus
we bid everyone a cordial wel
come to the services and activ
ities of this congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville McKim
and family went to Stuart Sun
day and attended a picnic dinner
at the Harold Williamson home
:n honor of the 12th birthday ;
anniversary of Karen McKim.
- 1
Alma Eby of Ainsworth at- ]
ended the baccalaureate and :
:ommencement services here on 1
Sunday and Tuesday. 1
Comer of Seventh and Clay Sts.
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Thursday, May 21: Ladies’ Aid
society meets at 2 p.m., with
Mrs. Durven Kipple and Mrs.
Billy Foree as hostesses Topic
study: “You and Your Home.”
Saturday, May 23: Second year
confirmation class, 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 24: Congrega
tional rally day. Divine worship
with the rite of confirmation 9
a.m. Potluck dinner in honor of
the confirmants, 12 noon.
Stewardship forum, 2 p.m.
Monday, May 25: Opening ex
ercises for vacation Bible school
9 a.m.
In the name of Christ Jesus,
the world’s only Savior, we bid
everyone a sincere welcome to
our services and activities If
you have no church home we
would cordially invite you to
worship with us regularly.
Corner of Sixth and Grant
John Thomas, minister
Bible school, it) a.m.; com
munion and preaching, ll a.m.
The morning message will be!
“The Holy Scriptures.” Evening
worship at 8 o’clock. The eve
ning message will be, “The Two
Bible study and prayer session
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Everyone is invited to these
The minister will gladly coun
sel anyone concerning' hom^
problems, by appointment, Mon
day through Friday, 4:30 to 5 30
p.m. Call 511-J.
Rev. D. D. Su, pastor
Sunday-school, 10 a.m.; wor
ship service, 11 a.m.
The Women’s society will meet
this afternoon (Thursday) in the
church basement at 2 o’clock.
Installation services for Rever
ed Su will be held Friday eve
ning, May 22, at 8 o’clock. There
will be a fellowship supper at
6:30 preceding the installation
service. Cleveland Presbyterian
members will also be present,
as the installation is for both
The Mariners will meet Sun
day evening, May 24, at the
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
This coming Thursday is
WSCS meeting day with Alice
Hill, 2:30 p.m.
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.,
the official board will meet at
the church for training and dis
Every Sunday is open-house
at your Methodist church.
Church school and morning wor
ship at 9:45 o’clock. Youth and
adult church school at 10:45 a.m.
Everyone is welcome!
Rev. Joseph L. Walstad, pastor
Contrary to announcements in
ihurch concerning the absence of
he pastor on Sunday, May 24,
t will be Sunday, May 31, ir
Worship services will be held
>oth Sundays with the pastor
reaching on May 24 and a
howing of a filmstrip on the
ife of the Apostle Paul on May
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