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 - An*. 8, 1941 CUT, Pastor's Installation Service...
An*. 8, 1941 CUT, Pastor's Installation Service to Be Sunday at Our Savior's The Rev. Joel Dobbe to Preach Sermon at Lutheran Church Here THE REV. JOEL DOBBE Pickup Lands Upright After Skid, Somersault West of Rock Falls A 1946 Dodge pickup truck, driven by Jack Craw, 16, route 2, Mason City, went out of control miles west of Bock Falls Thursday afternoon, skidding 150 feet the road, hitting an embankment, somersaulting and landed unright in a field, the .sheriff's reported Friday. \ Craw said he lost control on gravel when he swerved to a chicken and. thought he ease the truck into the. ditch stop it. He was brought to Park hospital by Bob Elwood, route 2, where he was treated for a broken Installation services^ will be held at Our Saviour's" Lutheran church Sunday at 11 a. m. for the new pastor,-the Hev. Joel Dobbe with Doctor N. Astrup Larsen president of the Iowa district o. the Evangelical Lutheran church officiating at the ceremony. Mr. Dobbe will be in charge o. the service and will preach the sermon. His topic is "Christ Is the Answer." Mr. Dobbe was ordained into the ministry at Huxley, Iowa, on July 20. He is a graduate of Luther Luther Theological seminary, in 'St Paul, Minn. He is at the present time setting setting up an extensive program o: "outreach" for his congregation He hopes by this program to considerably considerably expand the size of his congregation. • . The new pastor is especially interested interested in young people. He will endeavor through, his Sunday school and Luther League to reach the youth of his area with the Christian gospel.! "The youth ofi America .need Christ and the church more than ever before if they ar.e to face the uncertain future with confidence confidence and hope," he said. Besides the regular activities of the church, Mr. Dobbe 'pjans ;to set up a program of social activities activities for the young people in his district. This program he said "should be so designed as to occupy occupy the leisure time o'f the teenager teenager the year around, teach hint the fundamental principles of clean living and good sportsmanship, sportsmanship, and develop in him a true Christian character." , The Rev. and Mrs. Dobbe live at 324 25th S. W. band park at will be Bailey The Hughes. Piano MacDowell, ley. ' Saens "Pacific "Russian Gliere: Vocal sung by al," Rear Clear Serious

Clipped from The Mason City Globe-Gazette08 Aug 1947, FriPage 4

The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa)08 Aug 1947, FriPage 4
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