Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 27, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, June 27, 1952
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Social News Women of Moose Hold Installation of New Officers * * * BV ALICE UKilNBOTHA.M A turkey dinner was enjoyed by «pproxlinato\y 40 members of tlic Women of the Moose, incluilinu 16 guests from Storm Lake, last niRlU In the Shore room of the Garilston hote\. The occnsion was the prc- installBtibn bnnqupt of, the chapter; Tables were decorated with floral centerpiece!;. After dinner spcrrhes wore made THE DRUG STOKE YOUR PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS kPharmacista on duty at' all times. ScrvInfT your prescription needs promptly and offlciently. VEBXE NYSIAN. CBAIG COLSTON and J. L. HOVE Fhone IS by both local and vJHitinn miniliers. after which th(> Kroup adjourned to the Mooxe hall where tlie installation coremonie.s were held. They were conducted by the Storm Uike memborK and were open to the public. The cooler evening broURlit a rapacity crowd out to witnes.s the installation. ' ,, In.stallinK ,offlceiH from Sfoim I..aki' were Judy Beck, installing regent; Delore .H Walsh, installinf; chaplain: Mary Lewis. installlnK t;uide; Norma De Ray. in.stallinK pianist anil in.stallinK escort.s. Opal Kendall, Nova Haines, Vivian Porter, Vcrna Shannon. Dorothea New.•11, Esther Hatch. Hattibelle Wlck- man and Catherine Wise. Officers installed for the ensulnR year are Gladys ErpoldinR. senior rejfont: Margaret Crees. junior regent: Carrie Wondorlicli. Junior grand regent; Susan Clabaugh, chaplain; Nellie Keeler. recorder; Tlielnui Erpelding, treasurer; Ruth Hill, argus; Bonnie Giles, sentinel; and Estella Hash, A special guest at last niglil's meeting wn.s Pilgrim Alfred Cook of Marshalltown. • llnnnred at I'Ink And Blue Shower Mrs. Vernon Origer, Mrs. Ralph Origer and Mrs. Francis Orlger were hostesses Friday evening at a pink and blui' shower for Mr.^. Carleton Bernoking (the former Florence Origer) of Hays, Kana., at tlie Vernon Orlger home. The house was decorated with bouquets Of grirdeft flowers; tlv.; feature of which was n bouquet of pink roses arranged in a mini.i- ture blue cradle. The evening was spent i)l;iyih;; bingo and a social good time. Mr.-^. Berneking was presented with a crib and mattress by the group. The hostesses served refreshments to the honored guest, her mother, Mrs. Herman Origer and to Mrs. Mervin Blolsmer, Mr3. Leonard Duer, Mrs. Kenneth Baker, Mrs. Arnold Olson, Mrs. Hugh Rokenbrodt, Mrs. Loren Madden. Mrs. Edwin Madscn, Jfrs. Leon.x Higby. Mrs. Mllo Gillespie, Mrs. Galen Origct. and Miss Catherine Orlger. Invited but unable to attend were Mrs. Joe Origer. Mr.'^. George Brandt an<l iiUs. Art Adams. Dole McVnss Honored At Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dc Voss entertained at a birthday party Tuesday evening In honor ot thuir young grandson. Dale, son of Capt. and Mrs. Dclma^ Dc Voss of Roswell, N. M. Dale was 10 years old that day. After a social evening Mrs. Dc Vo .ss served birthday cake. Ice cream and strawberries to Dalc 'R other grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Whitacre, to his parents, Capt. and Mrs. Dc Voss and Darrel, Mr. and Mrs. Charlc? Whitacre and Marie, "Mr. ^ahd MrK John Whitacro,, Mr. ahd Mral. Hti|^ ly Fisher arid thrc^i' chlldrcih, Melvin Whitacro, Beverly Hockett and Mrs, Gladys Nelson, San-, dra and Dennis, * Birthday Party for Dlnnf! Krafft, 7. How much fun can one mother and nine little girls cram Into one afternoon at a birthday celebration? That question was answered Tuesday when Mrs. Leon ICrafft Invited 10 little.girls (two couldn't come) to a party in honor of her daughter, Diane's seventh birthday. The girls gathered at Diane's home and the afternoon was spent In playing games such as musical chairs and many others and they also had a treasure hunt, which provided a lot of entertainment. July Nation-Wide CLEARANCE Events Calendar 1 Here'j »h« way to'eut down'jho* b)ll» «nd jtill g»t your monoy'j worth, Lovaly ENNA JETTICK fashions brimming over with comfort and value ton be yours at thwk special sale prices—if you hurry! Be sure you're an early bird because we don't have every size in every style. ttgulw ttylM •! Nationally A4v()Hli*il Ntw lowtr Print .8^ Raife SHOE STORE The afternoon was warm and little girls got thirsty but Mrs. Krafft was prepared for the emergency. They wore served pop and then when tired of playing they were treated to n supper. They were served nt card tables and each little girl wondered for a moment whose birthday they were celebrating. Each one of them had a cup cake, complete with candle which she lighted herself, in addition to all the other goodies served by Mrs. Krafft. Then too, each Una received a balloon, and a hanky, wrapped around a smalt vial of perfume and a stick of guin. Diane received many gifts from her little guests and was sorry that Sandra Scott and Linda Schcnck were unable to bo present -to Join in the fun which she and Becky NIzzI, Barbara Marriott, Diane Scott, Sandra Nutting, Kathy Hall, Kathy Robinson, Barbara Pro and Janet Krafft all had. • Mrs. Vigpo Jacolisen Honored at Colffee Party Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mrs. John Martyr were hostesses yesterday afternoon nt a coffee party for their house guest, Mrs. Vlg- go Jacobsen of San Bernardino, Calif. After a social hour the hojteas- es served coffee and dessert to their guests who were Mrs. Emma Sondroi, Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mrs. Robert Martyr and Mrr. Grace Ghoslln. • Name Incorrectly 1jl .Ht4 *d In Social Item Miss Ardls Renee Smith and Alan H. Hanson of Spirit Lake were married at Superior Methodist church on Saturday, June 14,. In the account of the wedding in yesterday's Daily News the . name of the bridegroom Inadvertently was given as Alan H. Harris. Mr. Hanson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hanson of Spirit Lake. * Valen-Lear Families Hold Family Reunion The annual reunion of the Val- en-Lcar families was held Sunday at Pikes Point. Following the dinner, Kenneth Steveson, in the absence of the- absence of the president, the Rev. Ernest Quam, had charge of the program. Arthur Vaion led the group in singing several songs followed by devotions by Henry Valen who read from the First Epistle of John. Elizabeth, Dorothy, Mary, Barbara and Kathorlne Valen sang two songs, "Whispering Hope" and "Do, Lord, Do." Mrs. John Twccdt sang "Take Time To Be Holy," after which John Bcrgc told of a recent trip to Norway, and a humorous reading was given by Kaylcne Steveson. Kenneth Steveson offered a closing prayer and the group joined in singing "Blest Be The Tie That Binds." The following officers were cho sen for the com nig year; Arthur Valen. president; Robert Valen, vice president; Elizabeth Valen, secretary; John Tweedt, tream^ cr; Archio Sunde, Alien Birkland, La Verne Valen, planning and program committee; and Evelyn Sunde, reporter. It was decided by the group to hold future reunions on the first Sunday in July. Present at the reunion wore Id* Valen of Owatonna, Mtnn.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Birkland, Duantt and Dennis of Graettlngcr; Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Munson, Allen, Janice and Janet of Jackson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Berge; Mr. and Mrs. Robert iLevel! of Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs.) Don Bygncso and Ronnie of Ronwick; Nels Bergo and Bobbie Holgeson of Minnea polls, Minn.; Douglas Valen of Butterflold, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gust Valen. Jane, Juno, Phyllis and Beverly; Mr. and Mrs. Nola Valen;. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ber go; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walen; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steveson Kaylcne, Henry and Karen; Mr and Mrs. Arthur Valen, Elizaboth, Dorothy, Mary, Barbara, Kathcr ine, Donald and LaDonna; Mr, and Mrs. Robert Valen and Roberta; Mr. and Mrs. Archio Sunde and Linda; Evelyn Sundo; Mrs. Sort Helgerson, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Thoraon. Robert, Carol, Nancy and Dennis; M9. and Mrs. 3p \\r, Tweedt; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Val en,. Miriam, Ruth, Paul, Lois, Linda, and Mark; Mr. and Mrs. Low- Is Valen and James, all of Esther vlllc. Sunday AqulHcilla Club of the Inunanuel Liitiicran cliiirch. 8:00 p. m. At the William Rocher homo. U'.S.C.S. of the iMethodlst churcli 6:46 p. m. Will sponsor a faro well supper for the Rev. and Mrs. John Do Long and Jack. Congregation Of the church and their famllloa invited. Please bring a qoverbd dish, sandwiches aild.. tabic service. Dessert and coffee furnished. Program in slah'ctUbry following supper. ofHenbi ll!QQriiim :,.MCflti sir*. Kennetli Steveson Kntertalns Friends Mrs. Kenneth Steveson cntsr- Estlicrvillc, Iowa, I^Uy News Friday, June 27, 1952 2 Special Order Wedding Cakes Your Design or Ours, iMked and delivered fresh to you. sanawlehSji Four Mile I4ike Oiub 2:00 p. m. At Ihb home of Mrs. Raymond HcConn'cII. Mrs. George Moury, asaidtant hostess. Roll call. "July 4th in my childhood." Religious Announcements Local Churches Render Fine Community Service Mardid s Pastry Shop m Nu. «t^, KMthorrlllo, Iowa Phone 68 talned a group of friends Wednesday morning at a "come as you are" breakfast, at her' hothc. Guests were picked up by a number of guests furnishing cars and all were good sports about leaving their morning chores and not stopping for the uSUai "fixing up". Some were in housecoats, some in slacks and some in hastily donned appateL Mrs. Mary tiough was given' a gift by the group' in appreciation of her many years of service. The gift was presented by the Rev, Clyde Leeds. It was discovered that yester day was the birthday of Mrs. Mary Shannon and she was honored by the singing of the birthday song and alsc^ was the recipient of a gift. The group sang "Blest Be The Tie That Binds" after which tUa Rey. Leeds offered prayer. The serving table was centered by a bouquet of garden flowers. Mrs. C. P. Mauck presided at the coffee service. Those present for the occasion were Mrs. James Simpson, Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mrs. Burl Ridout, Mrs. Merle Grems and children Mrs. Craig Colston and Catherine, Mrs. Dan Scott, Mrs. G. C. Race. Mrs. Prank Andre, Mrs. Merle Andre and Merllene, Mrs. Wayne Andre and Donn'a Kay, Mrs. Oley Anderson, Mrs. Waldo Brink, Mrs. Robert Gray, the Rev and Mrs. Clyde Leeds, Mrs, Robert Martin, Mrs. John Campbell, Mrs. Oliver Langmo, Mrs. William Warrihg- ton,, Mrs. H. B. Danielsen, Mrs. Alfred Burroll, Mrs. Bert Helgason, Mrs. Bruce Hoien and Nancy, Mrs. Fletcher Knotts, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs. John Rick, Mrs. Rolland Shannon, Mrs. Carl Sawyer, Mrs. San Danielsen, Mrs. Ronald Schenbk, Mrs. George Lyman,' Mrs. Cecil Oulman, Mrs, Fred Fee, Mrs, Lars Anderson, Mrs. Loren Barlow and Judy, Mrs. Kenneth Ayres, Mrs. Iva Gilliland, Mrs. Leo Sanders, Mrs. Jack Sanders and children, Mrs. C. P. Mauck, Kay­ lcne and Karen Stevenson. Mrs. Steveson was assisted by Mrs. Ronald Schcnck, Mrs. O. Langmo, Mrs. Rolland Shannon, Mrs. James Simpson and Mrs, John Campbell. Those sending money but unable to attend arc Mrs. L. N. Boone, Mrs. Ed Shirley, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Mrs. Joe Peterson, Mrs. Lewis Salycrs and Mrs. Martin Bronlewee. Local Country Chib Women Attend Fairmont Invitational. Mrs. Richard Munson, Mrs. Virgil Slado, Mrs. Robert Kerns and Mrs. Helen Dean wore hostesses yesterday at Ladles day held at the Esthervllle Golf and Country club. Activities included luncheon at 12:45 p. m., followed by both bridge and golf. Mrs. 'Lloyd E. Stockdalc recolvqd the dodr prize award at thn luncheon. Four tables of bridge players en joyed their game of the afternoon on the club house porch. Prize winner for high s^ore. was Mrs. Frank Pfiff and Mrs. S. G. Ewen was second prize winner. Golfers ntimbe'tiid 29 and the Weather maiti gtkve them an Ideal day tor their game. Mrs. Deomer I^'oo was n)e'dalist with a score cif 54. Mrs. John Powers received the special golf prize and Mrs. James Morrison received the place prize. On Wednesday 13 women of the local club Journeyed to Falmont to take part In the Women's Invitational held there. Five of the 13 played golf. They arc Mrs. Jack White, Mrs. Howard Hcidke, Mrs. Wayne Spaulding, Mrs. Williu Sandin and Mrs. Norwood Zchner. Mrs. White tied ivlth two others for first place In the second fllgfht but won the draw which ciintitled hor to the prize. At the bridge tables five Esther­ vllle women played. Mrs. Erwln Story received a prize for having the highest score for the Either- villecontlnswitv.Mri. Kradk Pfaff rocdlVcd a tpiizo' 1h bIngS Vhd Mrs. E. W. Roblnsbn was awarded both a special prize and one in bingo. Others .from Esthervillo who attended ware Mr^. S. O. Ewen, Mrs. B.'B. Shroclj, who played bridge, and Janice and Becky ilobinson and Marlene 'Kbdger, who attended the lunobeon. A record oro^d of 240 women attended the meet with 124 of th number playing golf. Program of the day Inoludod coffee in early morning for the golfora, lun6h«on at noon and a tea in the aftornooA.' 5 Delegates Swillch To Uncoronutted Trontpn, >f. J., Five Now Jersey ddlegatcs to the Republican national convention—fouy proviously In the Owlght D. Elsenhower camp and one a Robert A. Taft supporter —have dool4od to go .to Chicago uncommitted to any presidential candidate, A prior canvass listed S? in the Glsenhower column and six pro-T ^ft in addition to the five delegates who asltbd to be "put on Iho fence," ^on« ^ormev TnSy BU^ porter switobea to Bteefdii ^firer,"' GBACK EPISCOPAL Sunday, June 21), 1962. Third Sunday after Trinity. St. Peter's Day. 9 a. m.—The second office of instruction and sermon. "The Man Who Learned the Hard Way." The sacrameni of Holy baptism will be observed during this service. DOLLIVKR C. K. Hudson Sunday: Ghurcb services at JHuntington at 9;30 with Sunday school at 10:30. ; Sunday school at Dolliver al 10, •and church service at 11. • QKlclal lioard mcctlne *k po 'l^ (vor MbhdAy evening at 8. The pastor is beginning the third year of his ministry at Dolliver and Htmtington and returns with much appreciation for the many kindnesses received, and hope and pray for the success of the work in both churches for the new year. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Regular services are held each Sunday at 11 a. m. The Wednesday evening testimony meeting is held on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 8 p. m. "Christian Science" will be the subject of the lesson-sermon • on June 29, 1952, In all Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Golden text Is: "The ransomed of the Lord shall return, and come to Zlon with songs and everlasting joy upon their heads: they shall obtain Joy and gladness, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away," (Isaiah 36:10), PA1.E8TIN3E: CHVRCH R, A. Olsen Morning worship at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:30. Junior Bible camp^. sit Ingham lake next Week ahd the lollo^ving, beginning oh Sunday afieniooh and. closing on KHday noon, both wecki' for .frcshmien down 'thiroufeh sWcn, th graders. Visitors welcome any day or evening, anAmCals are avail- ablo on the grounds. lAIBCANVElr LtTTflMaiAK (Mlssour*. Synod) ^. William P, JBciiUhef..' Divine services, 8:30 tadil,ra. m. ' Sermon topic: "Moses' Wise Choices." Sunday school, lO a. m. The Aqulscllla club will meet Sunday evening at 8 p. mi at iHe William Recher home on Westwood drive. The Walthcr Lea^c society will meet on Wednesday oVehihig'ict 8 p. m. svPBRtoxt iil ^THrobi^'r Howard Peteinbh 10 a. m.—Sunday ,lii;tHtol. ' 11 a. m.—Worship jseSrvlifB. • , June 2»-JuIy,6-vCai«ip 'Methojl for the Senior PcII64MiMp ;|>flD{i[pii.ot Spencer and Sioux City ttlrftif1ct& July 4, 8:0ft—Adult' filblp study postponed'due tot^p^'Methitjl. July 20-26—Camp Qticstfor< the Junior Fello'ivShlik groups^-' Upper room devotiotial thbught for the day: '• » Christ alone can satisfy man's yearning for God.—Martha N.- Parker (Ohio) r . • CALVARY GOSPKL ASSESIBLV (Gospel Mission) Lawrence F. Gi^gc Street service Saturday night, 8. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. Rev. B. M. Thornes of T^ew Jersey will be speaking at this service. Evening gospel hour, 7:45 p. m. Tuesday evening will be choir practice at 8 o'clock. Ladles prayer group meets Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Albert Holmgren leading. Thursday night will be our missionary service at 8 p. m. Bible text: "He that worketh deceit shall not dwell within my house; he that tollcth lies shall not tarry In my sight."—Psalm 101:7. ESTHERVILLE LVTHERAN L. G. Hlndorakcr Sunday: 9:48 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. 11 a. m.—Morning worship. Sermon theme: "Follow Mo." No evening services. All our people are invited to attend the service at the Bible camp. Wednesday: 9:30 a. m. — Women's prayer group. 7:15 p. m.—Boy Scouts. 8 p. m.—Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 8 p. m.—Bible study and prayer fellowship. Friday, 6:30 p. m.—Senior Luther League social. Welcome to Estherviile Lutheran church! WALUNOFORD LVTHKRAN C. B. Gunderson Divine services next Sunday will be at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and Bible classes at 10:48 a. m. Junior choir rehearsal Saturday morning at tt;30. Senior choir rehearsal Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Junior Bible camp begins next Sunday with registration at 3 p. m. The first session will be at 8 In the evening. Instructors will be l^as- tor R. A. Ofstodahl of Dccorah and Mr. C. Durwood Roa, Instructor at Augustana academy. Canton, 8. D. , Wallingford Lutheran the church With a hearty welcome for everyone. UNION STATE LINE R. A. Olsen Sunday school at 9:30. Morning worship at 11. Ladies aid meets Wednesday 'afternoon at 2:00. Hoste'sscstv.-liirB. Paul Poynter. Mrs. IJewls OWob. Mrs. Floyd Hoffmeyer,; Mrs^tiyic Nasby. Program leader: ItfsiUojfd Nasby. Bible camp at Inghun lake* next week for sophomores and ' doWn through seventh graders, begiiinlhg Sunday afternoon througb Friday noon. Visitors 'ivelcomo any day' or evening. GRm'ER FRBSmrTEI^AN H. C. McMlcan 10 a. n^.—Sunday sdiool. . 10:48 a. m.—Church service. The last Sunday in Juno has become the regular, tinie. for,ou^ annual picnic and Tuttie lake-Is the place. We suggest Ihii.ire e*t.*t 12:45. Wo want cvcrylw^ytb C6inc. The church services'. :haye b'een so arranged that you can-:c6t6ie to Sunday school and ohurch;;l^ftfre going to the 'plcViici ''me -to church first. Wewill.'dlsmiss the church service promptly at 11:30. Herbert X BakiV 8:15 a. m.—Listen to =tfie "Ught and Life" hour oiVer WMT, ,Ccdar Rapids, or over tHe ABO iMtiirdrk at 8:30 a. m. 10 a. m.—Sunday SCIHMI. 11 a. m.—Morning wo'rtlilp service. Percy Holmes wIM be In chkr- ge of the service. 7:15 p. m.—Pre-servl <;e prayer service . . : t", •.' • 7:40 p. m.—Young peoplifia service. 8 p. m.—Rev. Howard ^Peterson will be In chiu-ge of the service. Rev. Peterson will be brlii^glnft special music from Siipcrlof. ; Mid-week prayer service 'Wednesday at 8 p. m. Thomas George 1n charge. FIRST PRX^YTE^IAN Thomas G. Melton jr. "Welcome is the Sttanger in Our Midst." Sunday: . • • 9:30—Unified service, church and'^ Sunday school at the same time. Sermon topic: "The Imp in the Angel." Monday, 7:30—Boy Scouts of America, Mr. Rbvn and Mr. Bcebc, leaders. Wednesday. 6:00—Joint meeting of elders and trustees, pot luck at thn manse. Men at the door:. Herman Helm- ors. William White, Arthur White, Clarence Hacikett. Synod, July 7-10, Gerald Johnson Is our youth del-, ogate. He was elected by the youth of our chtircn and the 'Presbytery, "your pastor will attend; others from the church are urged to gd. i . I Sales VicAiijdfi^ On New Cars ShoikVs Dec^we Dos Moines, (}pi--The sales volume of now motor vehlolcii and. trailers In lowa^ last month- was $23,016^140, on the ba«l« of use tius. collections on such transaction re- 'ported today by the state tax eom- misalon. Tho volume, however, was a re duotlon of 11,736,228 from the coi- rospondlnf njcnth last year. Tho margin M decroMo has , boon greater tjian that Tor most previous tnOntlJB of this year cohiparod with tho sajno months last year. Revenue from (lie 2 per cent levy laat .month toiaUd. 1400,822 at' asalnat J"}*" inoiSth of l »51 .,a:ilecllno of |«4,724, Only alx c'ouiitles collected more than 110,000 laat month on theie rwoodbury |80,009.' nOIANVEL EVANGEUCAX. liVTHERAM C. B. Oundenon .. Sunday school plonio and congre-. gational outing atlHgham. t^f P^' hie camp grounds ' next.fSundiS^. Tho service will be In the chai)e| »t 11:30,. Picnic dinner at n«Jpn..Elach family .to bring their oijra' 'plcWc dinner. , .•, . (•„• " Senior choir rehearsal ThijrsdW evening at 8:30. , , t ' Junior Bible camp begins ppxt Sunday afternoon with, -registration at 3 p. m, this first, ses.sloh will bo at 8 p. m. Instriict'oi* for, the week are pastor |R. Ai,'0 ,f8tfdf [^l' of Decorah and Mr.;G,.»urward' Roa of Canton, B. V. Immanuel Luthi9r8n. t^xtepds- -a most cordial welcome" to evetyono. THE MEmotiierr . John E. DeLong .. 0:30 a. m.—Sunday schooV of the church. - • 10:45 a. m.—Service Of ^rshlp. Sermon topic, "Friends .ofv.iCSl>4." Choir anthem, "On Llfelp High' way." All are extended 'cordial Invitation. .•, .' ,„ , ^j, . Uvj- There will be .ho , choir prMtlco during the month?, of ^Tuly'iM 'd ^^V' gust. Special numbers, ar« ,t« be provided. However, the .chWr »» asked to meet on Sunday mor|i|n{( and join In singing tho hymns .ot worship. Dr. H. H, bill, the new.mlriistoir, will occupy the pulpit dvlHiif the first Sunday In July. " ' i ' Camp' •lilfotho ^vla ^'^^MM ^ao^ tact Mrs. Oall Bciienck o ?|?w Am*' Istor, by July-8. inrtliute •PW' July .6.. •: I - y^.^ ,;•',-•;'• V'^ Clyde G,'Ufi*»,:<H,:' Sunday:"^ *T^'-A .*M^ 8 a. m.-Wornlw , Wr'ihli^''^ ommunlon. l^SWpW «1* «»>^ communion. - : officers. t^o<»Bn^tl6¥ iflkvlce. ^ a. m.—Brjef n»eij»nf :^im. cons of the ohuW' ^ftwuyint 7 p. m.-Chrt«tlan-yo^ttjVJeU ship. , •'^;r' iviV. shin. Thp Borihp^i "Tne Menace o't Overaon-vlty*"^ Monday! « .^f -1 7 iao p. th.-^aiuUy moettng. tee wlU ni** tt'the oh\«o)>. Wednesdays . . .^vji.-

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