Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 17, 1965 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Ironwood, Michigan
Issue Date:
Saturday, July 17, 1965
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

It SATURDAY, JULY 17, 19A5. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN •EVfN The POWER of FAITH ByWOODI ISHMAEL O sing unlo the Lord a new song: s/'ng unlo the Lord, all the earth.. .. Psalm 96 D, 'r. Lee Hastings Bristol, Jr., has and is "singing unto the Lord a new song." His vital faith and talent has led him into many areas of service. Trained in the multiple careers of business, music and lay ministry, Dr. Bristol found conflict in sustaining them all. After many successful years in business his music and lay ministry won out. In T962 he accepted the presidency of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N. J., a unique interdenominational institution which prepares young men ond women for positions of musical leadership in churches and schools. Dr. Bristol's dynamic faith has been expressed in his lay sermons in the Episcopal church, in his books and articles, and in his sacred music. Composer of many hymns and organ compositions, he says, "Music transcends language in bringing people together who couldn't otherwise communicate." Now he is instilling that faith in young people at Westminster Choir College who will in turn instill it in others through music. Dr. Bristol believes that "service is the rent we pay for our place on earth." — . AP Ncwsfcaturei. —— Churches of the Cogebic Range And Ontonagon Country Saturday, 4 to 4:30 and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Zion Lutheran (Wisconsin) 1 The Rev. E. C. Leyrer, pastor Summer schedule: Divine serv- I ices, U. | MONTREAL i Sacred Heart Roman Catholic, i j The Rev. Paul Ischler. pastor, j I,Summer schedule: Masses, 7! j and 9 a.m. i j WAKEFIELD | Apostolic Lutheran. Worship! service, 10:30, with the Rev. I Nathan Ruonavaara in charge. ' Bethany Lutheran (Missouri) ! The Rev. Tolvo Miettinen, pastor. Morning worship, 8:30. First Lutheran (LCA) The Rev Rudolph Kemppainen, pas Summer schedule: English worship, 9; Finnish worship, 10:30, The Rev. S. V. Autere will officiate. , Calvary Baptist. The Rev Paul King, pastor. Bible study, 10;morning worship, 10:45; youth hour, 6:15; evening service, 7:30. Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic. The Rev. Charles Daniel, pastor. Masses, 1, 8:30 10 and 11:15. Immanucl Lutheran (LCA) The Rev. Wallace Leno. pastor. Worship services, 8 and 11. Methodist. The Rev. James S. Lumsden pastor. Morning worship, 9:30; Sunday School, i 10:45. j ONTONAGON i Assembly of God. The Rev. F. j E. Sarbo, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45; morning woiship, 11; evening service, 7:45. Baptist. The Rev. Will t a m Kirkpatrick, pastor. Sunday School, 10; morning worship, 11; Young People's meeting, 5:30; evening service, 7. Church of the Ascension. Episcopal. The Rev. C h a r le s Schweinhardt, pastor. Morning prayer and sermon, 9. First Presbyterian. George L. Hunt, student pastor. Morning worship. 9:30; Bible Class, 10:35. Holy Family Roman Catholic. The Rev. Charles Herbst, pastor. Masses, 8 and 10; weekday Masses, 6:45 and 7:30; baptisms by appointment. Methodist. The Rev. George A. Luciani pastor. Morning worship 9. St. Paul's Lutheran (M 1 s- jsouri). The Rev. David Musall, I pastor. Morning worship, 9. Siioa Lutheran (LCA). The! ; Rev. Edward J. Carlson, pas- j i tor. Morning worship, 9. WATERSMEET ! Baptist, The Rev. Albert Stover, pastor. Sunday School, _ ,9:30; morning worship, 10:30; IRONWOOD 'Lake and Margaret. The Rev. evening service, 7. Apostolic Lutheran, S u t h e r- R. W. Heikkinen. pastor. Fin- Immaculate Conception Roland. Walter Rcini. pastor, nish service 7:30; Sunday School man Catholic. The Rev. S. Bot- Services in English, 10; Finnish "m» Bible Class, 8:30; English ton, pastor; Techny Fathers,! service 10-45 .service, 0. Bible Study Guild pot- Villa St. Thomas, associates. Assembly of God, McLeod and luck P icnic ;1t John Ha V s ' cot-; Masses. 7:30. 9:30 and 11. Curry The Rev N L Stiotwell 'age, Manitowish Waters, Sun- United Church ot Christ. The pastor Sunday School 10; wor-. dav afternoon. ! Rev. Fred I. Babcock, pastor, ship service, 11. youth service. Wesley Methodist, McL e o a Worship service, 9. 6:30; evening service, 7:30. and Mansfield. The Rev. Frank WHITE PINE Bethany Covenant, 333 S. Mar- • Leineke. pastor. Summer scheci- \ Community. The Rev. George I quette. The Rev. Ralph Dirksen. uic: Worship service, S:30; < A. Luciani pastor. Worship serv- i pastor. Summer schedule: Wor- Church School, Thursday, 10 ; ice, 7:30 a.m. j ship service 9.30. 'a.m. Faith Lutheran (LCA). The! First Baptist, 236 S. Mans- Zion Lutheran (LCA), Lowell, Rev. Edward J. Carlson, pastor, j field. The Rev. Frank A. Oslin. and Midland. The Rev. Thomas Morning worship, 11. j pastor. Sunday School, 10; A. Schultz. pastor. Summer St. Judc Roman Catholic. The morning worship, 11; Junior schedule: English worship, 9. Youth and Senior Groups, 6:30; BESSEMER gospel service, 7:30. James ,, irst p reshyterlan . Tne Rev . Winifred Lomas, minister. Morning worship, 9. St. Sebastian Roman Catholic. The Rev. Chester M. Franczek, Liverpool Hopes Pope Will Take Part in Cathedral's Dedication By GODFREY ANDERSON LIVERPOOL, England (AP) —Liv» v pool hopes Pope Paul VI will come to England in May 1967 for the dedication of its new $7-mill!on Cathedral of Christ the King If he does, he would be the first reigning pontiff ever to visit this country. The cathedral, a circular edifice enshrining a central altar, is now in an advanced stage of construction. This city of nearly a million, with many Irish immigrants among- its shifting population, has long Jacked a focal point for Roman Catholic worship. They have been trying to give Liverpool a Catholic cathedral ever since 1853, when a building was started. For lack of funds that wa? abandoned. A second attempt, on the present site, was launched in 1928. The foundation stone was laid in I 1033 but World War II stopped) work in 1940 with the crypt almost completed. Architect Frederick Gibberd won the design competition in 1960 and building resumed in 1982. The cathedral is a wigwam form. Gibberd explains that the trend in liturgy is to associate the congregation ever more closely with the celebrant at Mass, that the cathedral must be built to enshrine its high altar, that the priests officiating at that altar must be clearly seen by the people. He met those requirements by placing the altar in the center of the building and surrounding it on three sides by the congregation. That way 2,000 people will sit within 60 feet of the sanctuary steps. For structural reasons the circular Interior was adjusted to a polygon formed by 16 concrete trusses which hold together the walls, the roof and the tower. There will be t parking garage under the nave with elevators to the main entrance. In the 66-foot high lantern on top of the conical roof, there will be 70 tons of inch-thick stained glass imported from France and Germany. The largest panels weigh nearly two tons. Each panel contains about 100 pieces of glass. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. T. .T. Mc- Kenr.a, cathedral administrator, and his staff think the Cathedral of Christ The King will be one of the great religious buildings of the age. Legislators Go To Isle HOUGHTON of the Michigan cent upswing in preparation for an expanding travel Industry Is based on educational research _ - and is coming about because of U/MI2I close team work among private KUVul i ancl P ulolic interests. local lead" j ers and state and federal agen- (AP)-Members cies -" Dr -, clare Qunn, a tour- 5 — specialist from Michigan legislature's ism State University, told the group committee on tourism and con- j here. servation touring Upper Michi- j Ken Dorman, director of the Ban will spend the weekend atl^Pper Michigan Tourist Assocl- '^r^r^fS^^^ Je? •£"« ss.nff'su »£•£%«& s "^'.:. served to acquaint the lawmak- nansportauon costs are RACIAL LINES ERASED WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) Nearly 200 Negro Meth o d i s t churches and about 370 white Methodist churches in this': southern peninsula region have] merged into a single integrated Methodist annual conference, ending separate admlnistratl v e jurisdictions for the two groups. It was the first actual merger In a process for eliminating segregated Jurisdiction throughout the denomination. St ho^Sil Sac P t°Se S STe 8 . Ss.ViS^ffi? SurisTsTtlfe Cpef PeninTula 6 i ™» ""ice businesses," he .«. showV'S^iSn^nSi Rwort operators are donating Srival the famous noHda iboard and room for the legtsl »Sows a or?.t S^M^Sl^ and their families. Dorman park and marina at Menominee, i " a another park at St. Ignace and; other projects. i FIRST FRATERNITI The tour was arranged by the First American fraternal «ocl- Michigan State Tourist Council: et'y bearing a Creek lett e r with help from the Department, name (Phi Beta Kappa) was of Conservation. (founded at the College of Wll"This dramatic and rather re-iliam and Mary in 1776. Rev. George Pernaski, Masses, 7:30 and 11. pastor. speak at both Ihlenfiedt will services. Church of the Nazarene, G r e e n b u s h. Sunday School, ):30; morning worship, 10:30; young People's mee&g, 6:45; i Pastor; the Rev. Raymond Val- Dahlias Need Special Care worship 7 Episcopal, Aurora a n d quette. The Rev. Robert C. Kil assistant. Masses 6. 8, i, , Lar B e ' exhibition size dahlia 9-30 and 11 Corporate Com- blooms generally don't happen by; Mnl . munlon for women of parish at 8 '. chance. They result from spe-, - m Mass cial sum mer care that stress e s; h«,, m r*ntnr HnH, Vnrh-n-ut Sharon Lutheran (LCA), T h e Quality of bloom rather tnanj bourn lectoi. Holy Euchaust,, Rey c Raymond Holme ; pas ., quantity of blooms, says Stuart j m«i rhnrrh nf rhrUt sHpn I tor. Summe'r schedule: Worship : Swenson Iron County agricultur-j First Church of Christ, bcien-1 _. ._ „.„„ ,„.,,, ,,,„ n _ ,„ a j agent. i dahlia blooms on' «| A-llllIlT *JLlllll.l<lJI \iVLii3OULtlJJij* '.j - — - tj *** tilC f^Cll UCI l f ell : 1 The Rev. Clifford Brege, pastor.! low onl .v one strong shoot to de- 1 ; velop from each plant. Remove usl , »« M,™, T,,i *« i ™ o '* RSa --;;;,»; ; ~^« laree ll^;'. 0 ',^ 8 ^?',? 6 ,! Trinity L«Ch«»n (MUsourn.1 Plants growing- Church, The First Church Christ Scientist, Boston. Sunday School, 9:30; morning ™ship, 11. First Presbyt e r i a n, Norfolk and Aurora. The Rev. Kenneth F. Moreland, minister. Summer char ,, e Ln ' u ^ t Christ, the King Roman Cath : all other shoots that would! compete with the one main shootj for plant nutrients. Growing the plant with only K. Moretanct, minister, summer UUUM, .mc i\ui B ivunmii i,«im- : one t helns the hlnssnms schedule: Worship service 0:30. olic. The Rev. B. Neil Smith, grow exlra laSe he savs Re ' Grace Lutheran (LCA). Nor-j pastor. Masses, 7, 8:30 and 1»;' move all side snoots as thPvdp"I folk and Aurora. The Rev Ken-1 confessions Saturday, 4 to 5 and,™ 0vpe ^ f^f end^bud!! neth L. Nercnz. pastor. Worship, 7 to 8 p m. i If the blooms are to be shown at! service, 8 a.m. Riverside Bible. The ReVj f = nrotecf them at an p-irfv Holy Trinity Roman Catholic, Dale Lennon. pastor. Sunday I stage oF growth Mrsfcover he 117 E. Ayer. The Rev. Ambrose ft " h ™' °'™' ™™™ ™™-*M* \-* L OI 8 lowt11 - * irst covei the Matejik, pastor. Masses, 6, 7:30, 9:30 and 11. Jehovah's Witnesses, Superior and Midland. Watchtower study, 2. Newport IMethodist, 304 Bonnie. The Rev. James Lumsden, pastor. Sunday School, 10; morning worship, 11. ^' e ^^S! r^^^^^^"^ 10.30, evening beiuce, J. ; Tnen dus( . the buds an(j yQung HURLEY flowers frequently with three to First Prosbytornan, 4th Ave. ! live per cent DDT to control in- S. The Rev. Nathan L. Daynard,! sects that might damage or de- minister. Summer schedule: < stroy the shape of the flowers. Worship service, 9. i If you're interested in getting a! St. Mary Roman Catholic. 5th large number of blooms on each! Ave. S. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Ml- plant rather than a single large! chael A. Prock, pastor; the Rev. one, remove the tip of each dah- Richard Burzynski, first assis-jlia plant when it reaches a, tant, the Rev. Benjamin Bonne-! height of 12 inches, Swenson j prise, second assistant. Sunday , says. If you want, you can pinch j Masses. 6. 8, 10 and 11:30: Feast ! the secondary shoots off again | Day Masses, 6, 8 and 11:30; when they are about 12-inch e s! a.m. and 8 p.m.; daily Masses, i long. This will delay flowering! during school year, 6:30, 8 and until the cooler weather of late I 11:10. summer. I St. Paul's Lutheran. iWiscon- As the shoots develop, tie 1 sin), 2nd Ave., N. The Rev. them to stakes at various' E. C. Leyrer pastor. Summer to keep strong winds from damschedule: Divine service, 9. aging them. IRON BELT Cultivate the soil deeply once a Our Saviour's Lutheran. (Mis- i week until buds appear. After St. Ambrose Roman Catholic, 118 S. Marquette. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Dunleavy, pastor; the Rev. August Franczek, associate. Masses, 6, 7:30, 9:30 and 11. St. Luke's Lutheran (Missouri). The Rev. Dale Hoffschneider pastor. Worship services, 9 and 11; Sunday School, 10; meeting of visitation callers for anniversary, 2 p.m. St. Michael's Roman Catholic, 126 W. McLeod. The Rev. Francis X. Ronk o w s k i, pastor Easter Masses: High, 6 and 9:30; Low, 7:30 and 11. St. Paul Lutheran (LCA), 113 S. Curry. The Rev Oliver A. Hallberg, pastor. Finnish worship, 8:30; English worship. !):45. .,. -.... St. Simon's Eastern Orthodox, | day School, 9:30, morning wor- water to penetrate the soil to a Harding. Prayer service, 10. jsliip. 10:30. Young People's depth of six_ to eight inches. Salem Lutheran (LCA), Aurora and Marquette. The Rev. Kenneth L. Nerenz, pastor. Worship services, 9 and 10:30. Salvation Army, Ayer souri). The Rev. Theodore C. Predoehl, pastor. Worship service, 11. this time, don't cultivate as often ! and loosen only the upper layer \ of the soil. MERCER Dahlias require a moist soil.' Church of the Nazarene. The During dry periods, water them Rev. Miles Finley, pastor. Sun- cnce a week. Give them enough Mansfield. Capt. Janet Endres, meeting, 6:45, evening service, In latti July or August, place 7:30. ;a mulch of straw, peat moss or Methodist. The Rev. Lester A. ; otl "ier suitable material arou n d Ott, pastor. Worship service and' tne plants. This will take the and i Sunday School. 9. place of cultivation, help hold weeds, ...... ..... .. .. St. Isaac Jogues and Compan- moisture and controls officer in charge Sun day ion Roman Catholic. The Rev Swenson says. Sunday School, iO; morning wor- Walter A. Torkildson, pastor. -- - i, ghip, ll;*evening service, 7. 'Summer schedule: Masses 7:30, There are more than 50 kinds, Trinity Lutheran (Missouri),!8:30, 10 and 11:30. Confessions: of oak trees in North America.', The parade is over, and Tim is hot, dusty, and his feat hurt. This was his first parade, and some* how it didn't come off as he thought. He didn't expect to he the whole show, but he did think h« and his tuba would stand out a little. As it happened, he was just "one of the band." Later, he will realize that if each player weren't just "one of the band" there wouldn't b« any band at all. He'll start thinking from there, and the parade will seem a lot better in memory than it does right now. For Tim has a good sensa of value, for a boy his age—thanks in part, to th« teachings of his church and church school. Tim will weather his disappointments and march successfully through life, instead of giving up. "Will your youngsters be as lucky? Give your children the chance to go to church school Copytifkt 1965Ktitier AdwrKtinf Stnux, Inc., Stntbirg, V*. Sundey Exodu* 5:15-23 Momiey II KiMt 19:1-7 Tueedey II King* I9:M9 Job 2:7.13 Thursday Joneh 3:1-10 Friday Jonah 4:1.11 Saturday Aeit 17:22-34 Radio Station WJMS Ray's Flower Shop Randall Bakery, Wo kef i« Id Ringwall Upholstery Sage & Williams Agency Sky View Nursing Home, Hurley St. James Hotel Sullivan Agency, Insurance White Cross Pharmacy, Hurley Bark River Culvert & Equipment Co. Bessemer National Bank Chappell-Zielinski Funeral Service R. L. Zielinski, Director This Series of Mestagas Published Weekly Chief Oil Co. City Drug Store, Hurley C & L Auto Service, Inc. Engstrom Funeral Home, Hurley Frick-Zielinski Funeral Service R. L. Zielinski, Director Wm. J. Karpus, Manager General Insurance Agency, Bessemer Gogeblc Agency, Bessemer Gogebic Auto Co., Inc. Gogebic National Bank Hager Lumber Co., Inc. ,-• by the Following Business Establishments Reino M. Hauta Insurance, Bessemer Hautamqki's Rest Home Hiwqy "2" Super Valu, Bessemer A. W. Holmberg Agency Iron Exchange Bank, Hurley tronwood Daily Globe Josephson's Rest Home Ketola Funeral Home Oscar Ketola, William O. Ketola, William H. Ketola, Directors Lakeside Memorial Chapel Wilbert H. Junttila, Director lake Superior Wilbert Vault Ce. Liimqkka Insurance Agency, WqkefieM McKevItt Kershner Funeral Hem*, Inc. Walter P. Kershner ond Joseph MeKevitt, Director* Walter Meyer's Sausage Co., Iron wood and Hurley Bill Miller, Standard Oil Agent Moore's Electric Shop Morgan Nelson Supply, Inc. National Metals Bank Nyberg-Miller Funeral Home

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free