Nazarenes Plan Jubilee Year Events Looking toward the 1958 golden anniversary year of the Church of the Nazarene, Dr. S. T. Ludwig, general church secretary, hasout- lined a series of simultaneous events in which every, church of the denomination will participate. Pastors of all local Nazarene churches now are planning for Individual or union watch night services, Dec. 31, which will usher In the'jubilee year. .Â·" Â· ; : Other simultaneous services in TJazarene churches around the world will include: Jan. 5, worship service marking the start of the anniversary year; April 6, Easter, offering for world missions, .goal $1,000,000; Oct. 12, 1958, 50th anniversary Sunday services; and Nov. 23, Thanksgiving offering for world missions, goal. $1,000,000. Official birthday of the'Church of the Nazarene was Oct. 13, -1908, at Pilot Point, Texas, when a group of smaller churches in the East, West and South formally united. Sharing a belief in the Wesleyan doctrine of entire sanctification, or heart purity, the original 228 churches and 10,000 members have increased in 50 years to 4,500 churches with approximately 300,000 members. Nazarene Youths" Plan Zone Rally The Nazarene .Young People's Society will hold a zone rally in the Kalispell; Church of the Nazarene today at 8 p.m. The Libby and WhitefisH churches will meet the Kalispell, group. The District 'Young People's president, the Rev. Kenneth Bail of Casper, Wyo., and the district superintendent, the Rev. A. L. Â·McQuay'of Billings, will speak. The public is invited, particularly the young people of- the area. , Church Plans Bethlehem Plans Family Night Sunday Sunday evening i s "Family Night" at Bethlehem Lutheran - HOVME uul ftcfcedffl THE INTER LAKE, Friday, November 22, 1957 7- I Â» | L/C Layman Su nday Â» WHITEFISH (ILNS)--The First Presbyterian Church in Whitefish will observe Laymen's Sunday thjs week at the 11 a.m. service. ; In the" evening there will be a "fellowship" dinner in the church Church, according to the recent decision'of the Church Council. The program begins In the church at 5:30 p.m. with a abort devotion for all members of each family. At 5:45 p.m. there will be sep arate meetings of interest groups, with Florence Ekstrand speaking to the Hi-League, Clarence Counsell to the Junior League and Bob Fehlberg to the adults. There will, be a film for all of the children Lyle Tiensvold left recently for Seattle where he expects to spend ery for The groups East Shore Man Leaves For Coast EAST LAKE SHORE (ILNS) -- topic will n grade and a nurs- of pre-school age. for the discussion be, "What Others Teach and Believe." The meeting is planned to be the first of a series where the teachings of other churches, sects and faiths of for- most of the _ winter. He will return to the East Shore in the spring. 1 parlors beginning at 6 p.m. All eign lands will be presented and Lutheran Women Elect Officers POLSON (ILNS) -- The Poison Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday of last week, with Mrs. John Hewitt and Mrs. George Reksten as hostesses. The Rev. A. H. Amundson led the devotions and showed a film strip on Lutheran refugees. Mrs. N. R. Elton led. the Bible lesson, completing the study of the Letter to the Philippians. During the business' session, officers for 1958 were elected: They were Mrs. W. G. TangUn, president; Mrs. John Hewitt, first vice president; Mrs. George Livingston, second vice president; Mrs. John Hove, third vice president; Mrs. N. R. Elton, secretary, and Mrs. Erwin Slethaug, treasurer. Mrs. Slethaugh was also named secretary of Home Missions for the Flathead Circuit of the Women's Missionary Federation. A number of cartoons - of serviceable used clothing.were packed for Lutheran World Relief. church families and friends are to bring a hot or cold dish and table service for their family. Coffee will be provided by the committee. The main feature 'of the program, which will follow the serving, will be a sound film on Danny Kaye. This is a film especially chosen to appeal to the entire family. The new projector, recently purchased by the church groups, will be used. The two Westminster Fellowship youth group' will not meet this Sunday evening, because of dinner. discussed. The groups will reconvene again at 6:30 p.m. in the church basement for a planned potluck supper. The Lloyd Wilsons and the Young- Adults of Bethlehem are in charge of the arrangements for this Sunday meeting. The public is invited and each member of the family Is urged to attend. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walter are visiting their son Carl Walter who is a member of the school faculty at Berkeley, Calif. They expect to spend the Thanksgiving holidays at Berkeley and then will go to Ogallala, Neb., to visit at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wainwright and family. THREE-WHEEL FAMILY--A bicycle and a half is enough for the three Winiskis who often startle the people of Cleveland when the family goes for an outing on their unicycles. Papa Al, and daughters Mary Jane, 10, and Betty Jean, 7, are pictured enjoymg an afternoon spin. Tagging along is Dingo- Dingo, two-year-old Chihuahua, who usually steals the show. Mrs. J. T. Symonds is spending a couple of weeks in Seattle visiting at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson. Â· Visits Mother COLUMBIA FALLS (ILNS) -Glen D. Wiles of Chatham, N. J., has arrived in the with his Wiles of Social Calendar FRIDAY Kalispell Chapter, Royal Arch a5-ea to visit mother, Mrs. Nellie, M ., . _ . Columbia Falls. Mrs. 1 ?! as Â° ns ' Masonlc Temple 8 p.m. Brevities the Eureka Pastor r Attends Meeting EUREKA (ILNS) -- The Rev. Gerald Dry den, pastor of the Baptist Church, was one of the 18 delegates selected from this area to attend a conference at Billings, Nov. 12 and 13, on "Churching Sparsely Settled Areas,"- sponsored by thÂ« National Council of Churches. Delegates were -la attendance from Kansas, Nebraska,; North and South Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, representing 10 or more denominations. National Baptist representatives present were the Rev. J. ,H, Heartberg and the Rev. CJayton Pepper of the Town and Country Department of the American Baptist Home Mission Society. This was the second such conference and another has been tentatively scheduled for-next fall. Baptist Women Meet at Eureka EUREKA (ILNS) -- The Baptist Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. George Ramlow, with Mrs. Gordon Lyons as assisting hostess, and the president, Sina Johnson. There Falls Churches To Combine Service COLUMBIA FALLS (ILNS) -Methodist and Christian churches of Columbia Falls plan a union Thanksgiving service Thursday at !lO a.m. in the Methodist churc % . The Rev. Earnest Mitchell, pastor of the Christian church, will deliver a sermon on "Bread Enough and to Spare." There will be special music by the Metho- In addition to con- prayers and Omitted Wiles, 88, is convalescing satis-! factorily from major surgery at Kalispell General Hospital. Her daughter, Miss Ruth Wiles, is ex- I pected to arrive this week from WHITEFISH (ILNS)--The name San Francisco. of Mrs. John Beausoliel, recently I ' installed as musician for the Lady. Conductors of Whitefish, was omit-| ted' from the installation account; in,Monday's Inter Lake. Speaker dist choir, in charge of the meeting. were 13 members present. 'gregational singing, Meeting was opened by singing _ litany. a hymn. Roll call was answered with an article of clothing for Mather School. Devotional chairman, Mrs. Dryden, was absent due to illness, and Mrs. Johnson led in prayer and read the devotional reading from the sixth chapter of Ephe- sjans. Pianist _. lO WSCS Schedules Week of Prayer The Woman's Society' of Christian Service of Epworth Methodist Church will, observe the Week : of Prayer and Self-Denial Npy.-_25r30: This nationwide observance; In the WSCS is set aside for 'thV purpose of special prayer and. offerings for the work of -home and foreign' missions. . - Â· ' ; . Â· ' Â·' ':Â· ": The special observance will -begin/ with Â« devotional-, Â«ervic^ in the chapel of Epworth Church on Monday at 7:30 p.m. The IIey.- Gordon Patterson and the;.Rey. : Harry Kiely will lead this one-hour serv ice. ' . V. ; - . ; ' . ' - .. Offerings made during the week will go to the support of the Me'tte odist home 1 missions in^Cinciiinatl, Ohio, and Polo, IU.;: and the foreign missions in Japan. Communications from Bacone College 'and from Alice Mae Simmons, . a missionary in Burma, were read. Miss Simmons thanked all who sent her gifts and cards. Mrs. Lyons read the White Cross assignments for overseas and hi fiieTUrjited' States. Mrs/. Johnson appointed Mrs. Ward Sripdgrass and Mrs. Hadden Finch to buy gifts for the personal interest missionaries. , Mrs. Snodgrass brought the napkins, which had been ordered for the bazaar. Mrs. John Grendabl and Mrs. Homer Garrison each gave a report on a chapter taken from the book, "Voices of Japan." Next meeting will be Nov. 21 at the home of Mrs. Johnson, as the regular meeting date Â· would fall on Thanksgiving day. Lunch for the meeting will be potluck. Everyone is'asked to bring fancy work for the bazaar, Mrs. Johnson asked all members to bring white elephants to the next meeting and to save empty thread spools. Mrs. Gren- dabl gave the , closing prayer. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Clothing Drive .WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- The Thanksgiving clothing'drive at' -the American : Lutheran - Church will begin this'Sunday and. continue until Dec. L All usable items of clothing : should i be clean and brought :'to-th'e'church for packing. Prelude to worship Sunday at 10:45 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church will feature Mrs. Tom Richardson at the organ and Margo Kostka at the piano. They will play Bach Chorale, . Meditation by, Buback and Prayer by Ambrosia.' Margo Kostka will be at the organ for the. offertory and will play Liebestraum. The chancel choir, directed by Mrs. Jerry Schnell, will combine with selected members of the junior. choir to sing the anthem, "Praise Ye the Lord, The Almighty." '- , ' , ' . '. Â· ... Church Elects Collies President WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Herb Callies was elected president of I the American Lutheran congregation at its annual meeting. Other newly elected Church Council members include: Marvin Elgie, secretary; Sterling Rygg and Don Dornfeld, trustees; Larry Hinman, Larry Knopfle and Don Diver, deacons. All of these officers will assume duties on Jan. 1. Women's Society On -: WHITEFISH (ILNS -- Last Thursday'afternoon, 14 members of. the Women's Society of the First Presbyterian Church made Lutherans Plan Holiday Service . WHITEFfSH ttLNS)^-A Thanksgiving Day service has been set for 11 a.m. at the American Lutheran Church. Special music will be provided -^ by the Youth and Senior choirs. Everyone Is invited to attend the - service, A nursery for all young children will be available. Degree work; lunch. SATURDAY East Lake Shore, potlnck supper. Upper Bear Dance Clubhouse, postponed to Nov. 30. Boots aud Calico Square Dance Club, LaSalle Grange Hall, 9 p.m. Guests welcome; bring sandwiches. \Vhitefish-KalispelI Ski Club, 6:30 potluck supper, Big Mountain Chalet. Movies; showing of ski equipment and clothes. Beginners' square dance class, Cornelius H e d g e s gymnasium, 8 p.m. Docey Doe Square Dance Club, E d g e r t o n gymnasium, 8 p.m. Guests welcome; bring sandwiches. MONDAY Mrs. LeRoy Gunderson left Monday by car to join her husband in j Texas. Staff Sgt. Gunderson is sta- " at Lackland APB at San Mrs. Earle Wheeler of Falls has been a guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Landry. She also visit[ with other relatives while here. Mrs. L. E. DeLange returned from Great Falls Wednesday after spending 10 days with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kramer. Mrs. Kramer is a patient at Columbus Hos- 'pital. ! SPEAKER for the Deeper Life meetings which end Sunday at Evergreen Alliance Church is the.'Rev.;Duane Morscheck, a pastor for 12 years. Meetings are nightly at 7:45 and the public is,invited. Bigfork Youths Plan Worship BIGFORK (ILNS) -- A special Thanksgiving service with the wor- 'ship conducted by members of! 25 calls on shut-ins and new mem-j the Youth Fellowship is planned Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club, Reservation Room, Kalispell Bowl, 7:30 p.m. Two-session individual club championship play; first session. Gold Seal Chinchilla Association, Eagles Buildings, uostairs 8 p.m. .Hedges and EIrod P-TA, combined meeting, Hedges gymnasium, 8 p.m. Linus J. Carlton, dean of school of education, MSU, "Education Today." FCHS Chanters to sing. All P-TA members welcome. ' ' Sapnhh-a Daugh*"-rs o f the Nile Club, Temple Tea Room, 6:30 p.m. Dinner meeting. Whfteflsh M e m o r i a l Hospital Guild, nurses' dining room, 7:30 p.m. Gift shop shower. WHITEFISH (ILNS).--The Hi- Â·Â·" Â· League of the American Lutheran] Toreador pants have been re- Church will meet Sunday at -7 placed by tapered slacks. Tapered p.m. with Team 1 In charge. An Â· " evening.of recreation plus a devo- , tional period and refreshments has been planned. Miss. Bobette Reeder will be sponsor for the evening. Study Club Sets Holiday Contest i EUREKA (ILNS)--Members of Eureka Study Club discussed their holiday project of sponsoring the Christmas home and yard display at a meeting last week. The rules and regulations for the contest will be announced at 'the next meeting at the home of Mrs. Herb Fleming. Mrs. Jack Parrish presented a program on "Southern Cookerey". with various -prepared foods which J were served later as lunch. She gave members a number of the recipes. ; The meeting was at the home of Mrs. John Ellingson. , Miss Lambert Entertains EAST LAKE SHORE QLNS) -Miss Florence Lambert entertained women members of the Flathead County High School faculty at a 6:30 p.m. dinner at her home Saturday. Making the drive to the East Shore for the dinner were Mrs. Ruth Macdonald, Mrs. Alice Caider, Mrs. Ethel Miller, Mrs. Audrey Davies, Miss Ila Grace Hagie, jMLss Dorothy Rogers, Miss Mary Lou Douglas, Miss Lonita Kurth and Miss Blanche McManius. A social evening followed the dinner. Miss Lambert is a commercial teacher at FCHS. Hi-League Meets Return Home LASALLE (ILNS)--Sen. and Mrs. Charles Jellison returned Wednesday from a 5,000 mile trip. The Jellisons spent a week in New Orleans, La., where Sen. Jellison attended P meeting of the national directors of Forestry Industry Radio Communications* They returned via Texas and New Mexico and spent time in Las Vegas, Nev. The travelers visited with Sen. Jettison's brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. William Jellison in Hamilton. Before leaving on the trip to the south Sen, Jellison was in Seattle for the Pacific .Logging Congress. : : but not too skinny. There should be adequate room for you inside. New Fellowship . EUREKA (ILNS); -- A . Junior High Baptist Youth Fellowship wai organized last .Sunday Â·eyenhu with tbe following offIcersielected: Mr. and 'Mrs. Gene'VaughS, youth counselors; Cody Stafkj president Stephen Janowlcz, vice president and :M.onte Stark, -sftcr e t a ry' ; trÂ«a8_ urer. This group-will, meet every Sunday,at 6:30 p.m. In the church basement. . ' ' . . . ' . ' ' Â· Personal Loans To FH Your NÂ«*df First National Bank Kallnetl.. Mmtaaa please care Every $t sendi a 22 Ib. Food CruiadÂ« package to fhe hungry abroad. CAR! Food Crutadt VN.lie*. LJ- tÂ« S*iÂ»l* II, lind FÂ»od U 'lÂ« my KlfM. CHy . M*k* clitcki pÂ»rÂ«bl. to CARE, li*. bers of the church. They then congregated at the home of the president, Mrs. L. L. 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