The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 15, 1957 · Page 7
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Kalispell, Montana
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Friday, November 15, 1957
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Church Schedules Stewardship Day WHITEFISH.--ULNSJ--Sunday is Stewardship Sunday at the American Lutheran Church in Whitefish. During the service, two laymen, Don Hose and Larry Hinman, will give "Temple Talks" and will explain the "every member visit".o n NOV. 22, under tlie leadership of The Rev. Hoald A. Kindcm will,t| ie Rev. Monroe J. Wilcox, super- Methodists Set Meeting WHITEFISH.--(ILNS) -- Church leaders from Columbia Falls and Bigfork will join with officials of the \Vhitefish Methodist Church in a joint quarterly conference session preach on the theme "Put God to the Test." The youth and senior choirs, directed by Mrs. Kindem, will present the anthems. A special noon luncheon will be served all visitors in the "every member visit" program at 12:30. During the afternoon and evening, the men of the church will conduct a canvass of the congregation. Whitefish Forms Wesleyan Guild WHITEFISH.--(ILNS)-- A second meeting for the purpose of organizing a Wesleyan Service Guild In the Methodist Church wUl be Nov. 20 at the home of Mrs. Dean Sherman. A 6:30 p. m. dinner will be served and a discussion of the guild pro- intendent of the Glacier Park dis-]gram will follow. Mrs. Sherman and Mrs., C. R. Nelson will lead Falls Will Host Teacher Institute COLUMBIA FALLS (ILNS)--An Institute for "in-service" training of teachers of pro-school pupils, primary and juniors of Sunday \ Schools is planned next Thursday j «t 2 p.m. at Columbia Falls Christian Church, it has been announced by the pastor, the Rev. Ernest I. Mitchell. Glen Holman and three special- trict. The main feature of the program will be the observance of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Charles Wesley, who was the great song writer of the early Methodist -e- ment Many of his songs v sung under the direction of the Rev. Wilcox. Plans will be laid for the advance of the church program in each of ihe towns represented. A dinner will precede the quarterly conference program. Ex-Pastor To Speak Here The Rev. C. S. Kleckner of West n the organizational procedure. All gainfully employed women Interested in a program of Christian service are eligible to membership in the new organization.' THE INTER LAKE, Friday, November 15, 1957 7- Des Moines, speaker at Iowa, will be the Central Christian Bethel Baptist Schedules Supper A potluck fellowship supper is planned at Bethel Baptist Church next Friday at 6:30 p-.m., to be followed by a Thanksgiving service featuring a 45-minute sound film, "High Calling." The film depicts a self-exiled people under the bondage of super-' stition. It presents the experiences of Paul and Helen Miller, first missionaries to Tibet under the Association of Baptists for World Evangel- Church Nov. 24, according to an Ists in the various age levels will- announcoment m a d e t o d a y by t h e l conduct the institute. Teachers. pu i pit committee. Special Thanks- irom Kalispell, Whitefish, Poison .giving services are being planned Ronan and Columbia Falls willl£ Or that duy. Brevities Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. Kasper returned Monday from an air trip to California. They spent five days in Palm Springs and some time in Los Angeles. The Kaiispell couple visitad with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spence and family in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tne Spences are former Kalispell residents. Lester Shryock and D. Gordon Rognlien weie business visitors in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Adricnne Mills, student at Montana State University in Missoula, spent last weekend in Kalispell with het parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Mills, who returned Saturday from a week's trip to Kemmerer, Wyo. take part in (he institute. Dinner The' Rev. Kleckner, a former will be served at 5:30 p.m. and an pastor o r central Christian Church, evening session, with audio-visual' left Kalispell several years ago _ j j _ · i r_i I _ A i . -I!-. ' Somers Unit Plans Christmas Work SOMERS.--(ILNS)--Somers Mis- aids, will follow the dinner. to accept a pastorate at West Des sionary Federation met Nov. 7 at The dinner will_ be served^ by^olnes, where he served until his the home of Mrs. Carl Kalldahl, teach- M'omen oC the Columbia church at no cost to the ers and guests Furnaces are now in operation at the church, so finishing work can proceed now without interrup- ^ al _ ls iretirement last January. Since retiring from his duties in the Des Moines churrh, he has served as interim minister in two Iowa churches. Mr. and Mrs. Kleckner with Mrs. Harry Becker the assisting hostess. Mrs. L. O. Lassessen read the devotions. The group voted to give $10 to the American Bible Society are en a n j instead of exchanging Christ Uon. Those who can help are asked rou te to the west coast to visit j ma5 girts aitlon g mem bers to bring to report to the building commit- £rlen ds and relatives in Washing- Mrs. Floyd Hanlan of Stevensville is a guost at the home of her brother an:l family, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Robinson. Mr. ind Mrs. Eugene Van Artsdale arrive today for - a weekend visit with htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burch. Their son, Mark, spent this week with his grandparents in Kalispell. a three-week trip to California. They visited Death Valley and eii route home spent time in Las Vegas and Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald DeVoe and their children leave tomorrow for White Sulphur Springs to make their home. DeVoe will manage the Vollstedc's Mill and Planer for the Castle Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peterson and children, Robert Connie and Marilyn, have moved and are now at home at 720 Third Ave. West. Mrs. Daniel Davis and son, Kris, of Spokane are guests of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Baldwin. They accompanied Mrs. Baldwin and son, Logan, back from Spokane where they had been visiting with relatives. ASYLUM ART -- Made entirely of matches--thousands of them--by inmates of the Lyon, France, Insane Asylum,,.this reproduction of the Reims Cathedral draws :he attention ol a group of nuns in Paris. The nuns are from another asylum and are visiting an exhibition of artistic works made by mental patients from different sections of the. country. Mrs. Floyd Stevens has returned from Spokane where she was a guest of her son, Flavel M. Runyan. En route to Washington she spent time with her son, Bud L. Runyan, in Libby. On her return she visited with her son, Ted L. Runyan In Missoula. Mrs. Folletf Gives- Review of Book WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- "Rag Rug" by Martha Reishus was the book reported on by Mrs. George Follett when the Fortnightly Study Club met last week at the home of Mrs. Harry Hein. The family saga depicts the life of a Norwegian family of two generations, during which time they moved from Norway to North Dakota. A dessert couree was served by Mrs. Hein. Mrs. R. O. Larson will give the book report when the club meets Nov. 20 at the home of Mrs. Mace E. Mahar. pi p\C I\L.LA Social Calendar Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wells returned from a vacation trip. Mrs. Wells 1 spent a week in Pull- jman, Wash., with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Halvorson, while her husband was on a trip to San Francisco. Wells joined the family group la Pullman for a visit and Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ tee. ton and California. Church Changes Time for Worship WHITEFISH.--(ILNS)--At its annual meeting last week, the Stillwater Lutheran Church voted to change its morning worship service from 9 a. m. to 9:30 a. m., except the first Sunday of each month, when the service will be at 8 p. m. (evening service). John Horn and H. C. Corneliuson were elected deacon and trustee, respectively. The "every member visit" campaign, under the direction of Vern Johnson, will get under was' Sunday, it was announced: The Rev. Roald A. Kindem will preach on the theme "Put God to the Test" Sunday. The house-to- house visitation will begin in the afternoon. Study Series EUREKA (ILNS) -- Evening serv. ices of the Baptist- Church started a series of studies by H. E. Dana entitled "A Life of Christ." last Sunday. The public is invited to attend the studies conducted by the Rev. Gerald Dryden and prayer services on Wednesday nights at (lie parsonage. At present, the study for prayer service is taken from Genesis on the generation following Noah. The study period is followed by a circle of prayer. gifts for the Nome mission. They will also conduct a clothing drive in this area as their part in the Walther League Inducts Members COLUMBIA FALLS (ILNS) -Walther League of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church staged a supper meeting last Sunday evening, followed by a business meeting at which new members were received and during which plans were made for future meetings. A filmstrip, "Family Devotions," was shown and a recreation period followed; Dick Mitsch and George Taylor were in charge of recreation, while Susan Wilz and Janet Sopjfe had charge of table arrangements. The group decided to change meeting dates to the first and third Sundays of each month. FRIDAY 1p.m. Bring Modern Trends in Money Man-: Welcoms - agement for the Family, Mrs. j Naomi Lory, MSU home economics! department, home economics room/ sandwiches; guests SATURDAY The "Crusade With Christ" mls- sionary series is continuing at the the KaiispeU couple then left on of Latter-Day Saints in Kalispell. The fifth in a two-week sermon series will be given tonight by Elder A. M. Pelletler Jr., who has come to Kalispell from his home Missionary Unit To Meet Thursday * p ° rt Ei f£ °* tario - He , holdHs / the office of Seventy in the ch"rnh. WHITEFISH.--(ILNS) -- The Wo- FCHS, 8 p.m. makers. Open to all horae- Crescent Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m. Make It With Wool luncheon, men's Missionary Society of the Temple Tea Room, 1 p.m. Style First Presbyterian Church will show, 2 p.m. Open to public. "One Great Hour of Sharing" pro- The Christmas meeting will be First nomination of officers,'re-| head Extension office. Dec. 12, with the place to be · an-!freshments. I Evergreen Balance nomiced. Refreshments were served! Merry-Go-Round Ciub, Cornel-' Dance Club, 8 .p.m. Guests wel- 18 members and one guest. Evergreen Church Schedules Series The Rev. Duane Marsheck will be the guest speaker at Evergreen Alliance Church for a week of "Deeper Life" meetings. [Services will begin Sunday at 11 and will continue nightly through Sunday, Nov. 24 at 7:45. The public is invited to attend. Juniors to Meet WHITEFISH. -- (ILNS) -- The Junior Ladies Aid of the First Presbyterian church of Whitefish will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ralph Krona. Mrs. Bruce Pfrimmer will be co-hostess. There will be election of officers Team 4 Hosts Luther Leaguers The Luther League's Team 4, with Mary Ekstrand as captain, was in charge of the meeting held in the Youth Building of Bethlehem Luth-.for the coming year. The program eran Church Nov. 6. The topic of jpresented will be "With What "Stewardship" was discussed and ius Hedges gymnasium, 8 p.m. Junior Girlt 1 Unit, VFW Auxiliary, Unsxairy Hall, 7 p.m. Whitefish Wagon W h e e l e r s Square Dance Club, Central School music room. Guests welcome; Luncheon reservations call Flat- come; bring sandwiches. the office of Seventy in the ch"rnh, whose world headquarters is in Independence, Mo. Pelietier speaks nightly except Saturdays at 7:45 and during the 11 a.m. Sunday service. The missionary series presents gospel meet Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. George Brumwell, 1042 Second St. Mrs. Paul V. Neel will be co-hostess. Officers for the coming year will and philosophy of the church, be elected. The lesson will be given (truths, history, doctrine, ordinancesithen. Circle Members Meet at Eureka EUREKA.--(ILNS) -- The Baptist Hearthstone Circle met in the Sunday School rooms in the basement of the Baptist Church, Nov. 6 Roll call was answered by a verse taken from Isaiah 40th chapter. President Bernice Yahvah opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Harles Bergette was In charge of the devotions, taken from a chapter of "Stewardship in the Life of Women" by Helen Kinsbury Wallace, entitled "The Woman with a Needle." It was on the stewardship of sewing and was based on the story of Boreas found in Acts 9:36-39. The Beatitude for Christian Leaders was read. Bernice Yahvah read a poem, "You Will Be Glad." Fancy work for the circle's project for the Ladies Aid bazaar, Dec. 7, was discussed and different ideas presented. A work night to paint the Sunday School rooms was set for next Thursday. A love gift program will be prp- sented next meeting, Dec. 4. Every member Is urged to attend and bring a prospective member. Everyone is to have their fancy work project for the bazaar finished by Beginners' square dance class, : by ( M rs - Robert Schroeder and the Cornelius Hedges gymnasium, 8 Year Book of Prayer by Mrs. Lorus p.m. Babcock. Mrs. Eldon Lee will lead bring sandwiches. I house, 6:30 p.m. Whirl-Away Square Dance Club, Lower Valley Grange Hall, 8:30 East Lake Shore, Thanksgiving; devotions, potluck supper, Yellow Bay Club- Whitefish Woman Honored at Party Hope?" Rural families keep buying modern gadgets to shorten the work hours. For example, more' rural families than urban families now own dishwashers. And a third of these use the dishwasher to clean pots and pans in addition to dishes, cutlery and glasses. members of the League made their pleadges for the year. Mrs. Howard Nye is. adviser for Team 4. Team 1 was in charge of the recreation. Maxine Manning's Team 5, with the Denny Brakes as advisers, will be in charge of the next meeting on Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. BAKED FOOD SALE Every Saturday Fourth door W. of Conrad Bank Sponsored by Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of L.D.S. PUBLIC With your local National Farm Loan Association, you can plan your financing years ahead on a low-cost, long-term basis. Farm or livestock purchases, repairs, improvements . . . every need of the farmer may. be taken care -. of through: * Land Bank Loan. FARM LOANS FEDERAL LAND BANK SYSTEM RALPH W. KRAMER ? · · · · ' . phono SK6-4576 Box 585 Conrad Bank Building v Room 208 ' Saturday, Nov. 16th At 2:00 P.M. Over $4 f OOO.OO IN USED APPLIANCES FURNITURE WASHERS -- Automatic and Conventional REFRIGERATORS - Electric, Gas, Kerosene RANGES -- Electric or Gas RADIOS · TELEVISION LIVING ROOM SUITES MATTRESSES and SPRINGS CHAIRS · IRONERS · TIRES MISCELLANEOUS ODDS ENDS spell Temple Tea. Rppm, first session, 1 p.m.' Second session, 6:30 p.m. MONDAY WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Mrs.! Kappa Alpha, Theta Alumna Myron Sehwenke was honored by a group of friends at a birthday party last Wednesday by Mrs. Dale Howke and Mrs. Robert Patterson at the Patterson home. Gifts were presented the hon-' Program on folk music by Maro ored guest and a birthday cake was Butcharr. Mothers of fourth grade Prelude Program Prelude to Worship Sunday at jFirst Presbyterian Church will feature sacred music by Mrs. Tom Richardson, organist, with Suzanne Moore at the piano. Program will Teams of four tournament, Kali- ' STILLWATER ULNS) -- Mrs. Delude Allegretto by Haydn, Medi-l Duplicate Bridge Club, Charles Lykins and sons, Paul andHatian by Young, Reverie by Brown SUNDAY Women to Meet COLUMBIA FALLS (ILNS) -Lutheran women of Our Redeemer Church will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. with Mrs. W. R. Holzheimer as hostess. Mrs. Walter Christgau is topic leader and will present a Lee, returned to their home lastiand Seagardens by Cook. Offertory topic entitled, "Stewards of The Friday evening after spending for ^the worship service will be King." The new officers of, the Iowa Trip three weeks in Algona, Iowa, with;Pastorale Op. 26 by the two musi- Mrs. Lykins' mother, Mrs. Alice cians. Ditsworth. Club, Mrs. Paul Bowman, 8 p.m. Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club, masterpoint p i p y , Reservation Room, Kalispeli Bowl, 7:30 p.m. Lilian Peterson P-TA, 8 p. m. PUT IT' IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL Closing prayer was by Helen Doble. Pot luck lunch was served. society will be installed at the December meeting. served. Guests were Mrs. Lyle Barnes, Mrs. Fred Huggins, Mrs. Don King and Mrs. Joe Voermans Jr. pupils to serve. MIA ceramic class, Mrs. Hazel Ostrom instructor, basement lobby room, Kalispell, Hotel, 7:30 p.m. Teenager's . . . 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