The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 28, 1976 · Page 6
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FrXtey. May 2*. 1 » 7e lnlw t - Ktll »P« 1 - Montana Church briefs Christian Science "Ancient and Modern N e c r o m a n c y alias Mesmerism »nd Hypnotism, Denounced" will be the subject of the lesson sermon at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 502 W. Wymjag. ... Passages relating to the subject will be read from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. Sunday school also begins at U a.m. Whitefish Methodist WH1TEFISH -- There will be special memorial services during the 11 a.m. worship service Sunday at the United Methodist Church in Whitefish. The service ·will honor those who lost their lives in th^ armed services and those members of the church whb .have passed on. The congregation will observe holy communion, commemorating the death of our savior. Special music will be rendered by Ralph Mackey. This Sunday will mark the last church school until Sept.' 12. Certificates and awards will be presented by teachers of the church school during the worship hour. Teachers are Larerne Taylor-nursery; Judy Darner- kiodergarten; Judy Tusler-first and second; Ruth Helrick-third and fourth; Evelyn Thompson and Carol Newbury-fifth and sixth; Gary Leister-junior high; and Fred Hashley-senior high. Cfti June 6 the worship service will change to 10 a.m. to continue until Sept. 12. Vacation Bible school is set for 9 a.m.-noon, June 711.'". : , Kalispell Presbyterian Sunday school at Kalispell First Presbyterian Church has been discontinued through the summer months with the regular morning worship continuing at 10 a.m. each Sunday. ·The sacrament of baptism will take place Sunday with Oie Hec. Odin Baugh speaking on the Memorial Day theme, "A Time To Remember." A missionary speaker will be the program for the church's United Presbyterian Women's meeting at liSOp.m. Thursday. Mrs. Elma Miller, who worked for years in Linbe, Haite, will tell of the Christian wort in that country. She worked in the Bon Samaritan Hospital with the Baptist Mission. Members of the congregation have been'invited to attend. Evergreen Alliance The choir from Evergreen Alliance Church will present "Alleluia" at7:30 tonight in the Flathead High School auditorium. The group is under the direction of Jerome Jackson. Dr. Henry Brandt, jChristian psychologist, lecturer and marriage counselor, stresses the importance of enforcing limits in ai attitude of love in this week's film, "Follow Through." The film will be presented at 9:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. with the public invited to attend. There is no admission charge and a baby nursery is provided. There will not be a 7:30 p.m. service on Sunday due to the Flathead High School baccalaureate. church are attend'ng a Canadian exchange fellowship in Canada over the Memorial Day holiday. The summer schedule for the church will begin June 6. Worship will begin at 9 a.m. with Sunday school at 10:15 a.m. The summer schedule will continue through Sept. 12. Beginning Wednesday evening, there will be an informal worship service at 7 each Wednesday. The service will include singing, sharing and leaching. Whitefish Nazarene WHITEFISH -- "Supreme Surrender" is the title of the message to be given by the Rev. Frank Dabney during the 11 a.m. worship service Sunday at the Whitefish Church of the Nazarene. After attending the Rocky Mountain District conventions and assembly in Billings this week, the new church officers will be installed. During the 7 p.m. service, the pastor will speak on "Love is the Sign." The public is invited to attend. Whitefish Presbyterian WHITEFISH - The Whitefish United Presbyterian Church shifts to its summer schedule Sunday of one 10 a.m. combined family service which will continue through Labor Day, Sept. 5. A special memorial service is planned for Sunday to remember those who died during the past year. Mrs. A.C. Engelter is chairman of the session's memorial committee. 4-H notes Central Christian Graduating seniors will be honored during the 10:55 'a.m. service of worship Sunday at Central Christian Church. Seniors to be recognized by the congregation are Brad Barton, Larry Lyford, David Van Dusen, Linda, Ward, Greg Krips and Sharon Paxton. Special-music will be presented by the choir and the Rev. Evsif^K Cecil will continue his sermon series on the Holyj'Spirit. Seven junior high youth from the TICKLED PINK And you would be too if you had t h e p l e a s u r e o f p r o d u c i n g the best and freshest milk in the Flothead Valley. Ar Skyline Dairy we take pride in the work we do and satisfaction in the product we make, Skyline Milk. Tickle your fancy -- drink Skyline Milk today. some Decorations galore Mrs. Thelma Hetland shows the many table decorations thai were used for the breakfast this morning during the CowBelle convention at the Outlaw Inn. She made 215 pot scrubbers out of net and several centerpieces from detergent bottles. CowBelles from throughout the state are attending the convention which will conclude tomorrow. The rug with the cow designed in the middle will be entered in the creative women's exhibit. KLATHEAD PIGEON The Klathead Hgeon 4-H Club had their May meeting al Joe Russell's home with Russell and David Hewitz discussing mixed pigeon breeds and needed equipment. Russell was host for the meeting which Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jones a t t e n d e d . T h e n e x t meeting is set for I p.m., June5, at the Russell home. (Rick Fopp, reporter) PILOT VIEW Mr. and Mrs, Bob Sanders hosted the May meeting of the Pilot View Livestock 4-H Club at the Bissell School Glenn Peterson and B r a d Reed g a v e demonstrations and roll call was name a pet. Leaders or guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sanders, Mrs. Bob West. Mrs. Bob Iverson, Mrs. Eldon Frahm and Mrs. John Leavitl. 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