Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 5, 1957 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 5, 1957
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Carrolland Churches Welcome You to Services 1ST METHODIST CHURCH TOO N. Main St., Carroll, la. Ivan C. Bys, S.T.B., Pastor. Mrs. Carroll Lane, Minister of Music. B. \ Vaatvelt, Organist and Choir Director. Harold Heidel, Church School Superintendent. Sunday School at 8:45 a.m. with elasses for all ages from 3 through adulthood. Classes for everyone by grades. Divine Worship at 10:00 a.m. Anthem by the choir; Doro thy Kay Hodges, interim organ ist. Sermon by the pastor: "What is That To You?" (Read St. John 21 :15-23). Remember the Lord's Day to make it His. Monday through Friday — In termediate Camp for 7th and 8th graders. Attending from our church are Grace Miller, Karen McGrady and Phyllis Denny. Mrs. Merlyn Miller is a staff member. Monday -r 8:00 p.m., July meeting of the Official Board in the church parlors; Frank Hoffmann, chairman. Members are pastor, trustees and stewards (elected and ex-officio). August 11 — Target date for first service in our new church. (Could be sooner.) The Upper . Room (daily devo Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, July 5, 1957 ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 10th and Main Sts„ Carroll, la- Rev. Jean Blackman. , Glenda Mayer and Jo Morris, Co-workers. Sunday- Sunday School 10:00 a .m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Young Peoples 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:45 p.m. Wednesday- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7:45 p.m. "O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him."—Psalms 34:8. We thank God for the independence of our country. I wonder if we are doing the best we can'to make it the America we can all be proud of. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Carroll, Iowa. Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch, V. F. Pastor. Rev. Robert A. Thiele, Assistant Pastor. Saturday Confessions at 4 and 7:30 p.m. tion guide) is available for only| Sunday Low masses at 6, 7:30 7c from the literature table at the and 10 a.m. church front entrance. Worship daily in your home. I TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ninth and Adams Sts., Carroll, la. I Rev Roberts, Priest- ST. LAWRENCE CHURCH Carroll, Iowa. Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes, Pastor. Ralph Obermire and Rev. Rev. Gordon P in-Charge. Mrs. Kenneth K. Holley. Organist. Sunday (Third Sunday after Trinity )7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. 9 a.m. Family Service, Holy Communion, Coffee Hour. •Women's Confeience at Bishop I hoe and Rev. Robert Morrison Lodge, Clear Lake, Sun-; D aum, Assistants day to Thursday. Tuesday- Western Iowa Clericus Picnic at Harlan. Wednesday through Friday— - 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. Saturday— 9 a.m. Holy Communion (Youths Corporate Communion followed by Young People's Meeting). • p.m. Bishop's Committee. Patrick Waite, Assistants Time of Masses: 6; 7:30; 9 and 10:30 a.m. SS. PETER & PAUL CHURCH Carroll, Iowa. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman. Pastor. Rev. Thomas Dona- J. Kirsch- Hours of Sunday masses: 6, '8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Rapids will, be our guests for the day. The - members of the .Walther League will come together in the evening for .their regular monthly meeting. The meeting starts at 8 o'clock. All members should try to be on time. The Christian Fellowship Club will not meet in July and August. Its next meeting will be held on the third Wednesday of September. The Reorganized CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of Latter Day Saints Location: Five miles east and three miles north of Carroll. Mission Pastor: Elder Mitchell Juergens. 9:00 a.m. Worship and Church School. 10:00 a.m. Communion Service. The theme for this month is "The Practice of Corporate Worship." The practice of worship together as a group is most significant to us for many reasons. The scrip tures tell us, "where two or three are gathered together in my name, there will I be in the midst of them." Here the Master again pointed to our definite need for worshipping together. Men in the military service, and other members in isolated situations, testify of the value of participating in the fellowship of Saints, however small the group. The uplift of group worship is tremendous. Our hope of Zion rests upon the ability of our people to work and worship together as a group. For as we worship together our differences seem to melt away under the sweet influence of His Holy Spirit. Then and only then can we be truly blessed and grow in his j likeness because as he has said, j "If ye do not have love one for another, ye are not mine." Group worship then is a means by which we grow in our Zionic thinking and living. July 10 — 1:30 p.m. The Worn PEACE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH GHdden, Iowa. E.W^M/ Brewer, Pastor. 9 a.m. Sunday, Divine Services. 10 a.m. Sunday, Sunday School and Bible Class. 8 p.m. Monday, July 8, the Sunday School teachers will meet. 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 9, quarterly voter's meeting. 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, the Ladies Aid will meet. Mrs. Ernest Jacobs, Mrs. Gust Johnson and Mrs. Henry Kruger will be hostesses. Please bring your L.W.M.L. quarterly. 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, the Walther League will meet. The Walther League will have its annual ice cream social Sunday evening, July 14. Serving willj begin at 5 p.m. The young people! will present a short program at 8 p.m. The public is invited. ! 8 :15 a.m. Sunday, your pastor] will speak over KCIM, Carroll. I We cordially welcome you to. our services. CHRISTIAN 'SCIENCE CHURCH i Denison, Iowa. I Sunday Service, 11 a.m. i Sunday School, 11 a.m. Testimony meeting, first Wednesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE CHURCH Halbur, Iowa. Rev. Lawrence J. Greteman, Pas-! en's Department will meet in the tor. Masses at 7 and 9 o'clock. ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH "The Church of The Lutheran Hour" 7th and Adams Sts., Carroll, la. Harold W. Kieck, Pastor. Saturday — C o m m u n ion announcements from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the pastor's office HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Lidderdale, Iowa. Rev. Robert Phillips, Pastor. Sunday masses, 8 and 10 a.m. 1MMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Lidderdale. Iowa. N. A. Hannemann. Pastor. A. L. Daenzer, Principal. home of Mrs. Lyle Winans, Glid den. This will be the last meeting of the group for the summer. The next regular meeting will be in September. All the ladies and their friends are invited to attend. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES The supremacy and all-power of God - divine Life, Truth, and Love | —will be emphasized at Christian Science services Sunday, July 7.' Selections to be read from the Bible in the Lesson-Sermon entitled "God" include the following from Joshua (1:9): "Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed; for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest." From "Science and Health with „!Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy will be read the following (228:25-27): "There is no power apart from God. Omnipotence has all-power, and to acknowledge any other power is to dishonor God." The Golden Text is from Joel (2:27): "Ye shall know that I am in the midst of Israel, and that I am the Lord your God, and none else." ST. JOHN'S AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH (A National Lutheran Council) Church) Grant Twp., Glidden, Iowa. George J. Gundel, Pastor. . m......; (Ttme» Herald N>w» RMTIP*) LAKE CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Y ^^ 0, ;^^ nni ^! 0 ^^ ! :J emi ' annUa, meeting 8fter w "-iAr£ StiJTrelativ?/' 0 !!; I Divine Worship is held at 9:30. .Sunday — Sunday School/ at j Sunday School and Bible Class! Sunday School and Bible Class 8:30 a.m. Morning Worship. with; have been discontinued for the!9:00 a.m. Holy Communion at 9:30 a. m. j months of July and August. | Divine Service 10:00 a.m. Play Party Games at Arcadia. Monday — Walther Leaguers | on vacation Monday, July 8. If ice meet with Caravaners at 7:30 1 you are j n nee d 0 f a pastor dur -j ^osi 0 { our rea ders know by Many Guests in Lake City Homes - Walther Leaguers Caravaners at 7:30 pan. Tuesday meet with p.m. Wednesday — Box supper for entire congregation at the church at 6:30 p.m. to meet with Cara­ vaners and the Walther League. Thursday — Walther Leaguers and Caravaners meet in park at 7 p .m. Tune in —Every Sunday to "The Lutheran Hour" at 8:30 a.m. on KCIM and "This is the Life" at 1:30 p.m. on WOI-TV. Wa cordially invit-; you to wor- aWp with us — we preach Christ and Him crucified. ing that time, call on one of the | t ms time neighboring pastors. 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Carroll at Tenth St., Carroll, la. Walter E. Schiel, LL.B., Pastor. Mrs. Ronald Ream, Organist and Choir Director. Howard Mohler, Church School Superintendent. 8:30 a.m. Sunday Church School. Classes for pre-school to adult ages. We have a class for you. 10:00 a.m. On this third Sunday after Trinity, Pastor Schiel's sermon topic will be "The Soul's Rainbow." The scripture lesson will be Phil. 1:1-30. 6:30 p.m. Senior High Westminster Fellowship will meet in the Undercroft. July 8-11. The Synod of Iowa, The Iowa Synodical Society and Synod Westminster Fellowship will meet on the Campus of Iowa State College. The communion service will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday in Great Hall, Memorial Union. Rev. Richard P. Chambers will be the presiding minister. July 11—The Session ; will meet in the Office at 7:00 p.m. PLEASANT RIDGE FRIENDS J. D. Stanley, Pastor. Carol Kidney, Sunday School Superintendent. 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Meeting for Worship. 7:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor. 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday — 8:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Thought for the Week — When life's problems seem to , overwhelm you, remember Jesus never fails. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall 621 N. St., Coon Rapids, la. W. Skogsberg, Presiding Minister. Friday— 7:30 p.m. Theocratic Ministry School. 8:30 p.m. Service meeting. Sunday— 7:30 p.m. Watchtower study, "Ancient Israel Backslides." Tuesday— 8:00 p.m. Area Bible study, "Awaiting the Attack," by Gog of Magog (con't). . Welcome. Free — no collections. that for the summer Lake City and Lohrville. Guests of John W. Jacobs are months we have an earlier sched- ^ S MrT hn r ^nfh anrf ule, as outlined above. This will | ™* M «- ''° nh " Cavanaugh and work out very well and we know| family of T °P eka - Kan ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Arcadia. Iowa. Theo. A. Tews, Pastor. July 7' — Third Sunday after Trinity. Sunday School at 8:30 a.m. Divine Services with the celebration of the Lord's Supper. Announcements on Friday before. July 11 — Ladies Aid Society meets at 2 p.m. The members of the Ladies Aid societies of Audubon, of Lincoln Twp. and Coon HiHRil IlilMH ^ 1 ,1 1 'i ROLLING WEDDING . Really "Wheeling** latto married Ufa, Mr. and Mrs, Donald Dee Glyn get showered with rice following their wedding in Opelousas, La. Glyn has been handicapped since ItfMli years old, als wlf« sine* the was U,. that our people, as well as guests, will like it. Next Sunday, coming as it does, near the annual Independence Day, we plan to have our thoughts grouped around the blessings which we as Americans singular* ly enjoy. Our summer series is on the Book of Acts and Sunday's text is no exception. Our topic will be: "The Privileges of Free Men." Come and hear this very timely topic. Learn to evaluate your privileges, both material and spiritual, which you have as an American. We cordially invite everybody to our services. Guests are always welcome. Use your American privilege and "go to church Sunday." Luther League News: The annual picnic of our Luther League was held Thursday, June 27, in the Carroll Park. The Leaguers made some important decisions, among them the setting of the date of our annual Luther League social. This annual affair is to be held on the church grounds Sunday, August 4. More on this topic later. A report on the recent Bible Camp and League convention at Lake Oko- bpji was given by our two delegates, Shirley Gross and Judy Stuhr. Semi-annual meeting: The halfway mark of the year has been reached by the grace of God. The semi-annual meeting of the congregation will be held Sunday, July 7, after service. We expect all who possibly can to be present. Remember: this is also a part of our freedom. Not everywhere in this world can you have a congregational meeting without interference from the powers-that-be. Lest we lose it: be there. Altar Lights: The new altar lights (candelabras) of five lights each are ordered This was decided in a special meeting June 23. These are bought from memorial funds and when they have arrived and' have been installed, there will be some kind of dedicatory service. , Sunday, Sept. 8 — The 65th anniversary of our congregation falls on Sept. 4. We plan to have a special anniversary service Sept. 8, and together with it, our annual Mission Festival Guest speakers: Rev. Melvin Bucka of the Luther an Children's Home at Waverly and the Rev. August Geske of Gilmore City. Other Dates: Junior and Intermediate Choir practice July 10. The next Luther League meeting date has now been set at July 15. This is a Monday The committee: Joy Stuhr and Judy Stuhr. Final touches will be given the plans of the coming League social. Our new "St. John 's Messenger" will appear Sunday, We want to thank all our kind business friends for making this weekly paper a real ibf. (or Mother y«w. Mrs. Walter Jacobs entertained her sister-in-law, Mrs. Yates Allen, of Churdan, and niece, Mrs. Lee Williams, and daughters of Jo- liel, 111. Mrs. Emma Johnson, school librarian here, was in Kansas City, Mo., last week attending the annual convention of the National Librarians Association. Guests of Mrs. Elsie Garrett June 26 were her nephews and nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Everett and children of Geneva, Switzerland, and Mr. and Mrs. Blyde Hillis of Lakeland, Fla. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Guess is their granddaughter, Mrs. Selmer Malmin, and children of Madrid, Spain, called here by the serious illness of* Mrs. Malmin's father, Yates Kinyon, of Nevada, who is now reported much improved. Mrs. Wyatt Osburn was honored June 27 at a postnuptial shower in the fellowship room of Woodlawn Christian Church. Hostesses were Mrs. Homer Knight, Mrs. Ralph Davis, Mrs. Ray Luke, Mrs. Richard Wilson, Mrs. Troy Farmer. Mrs. Ed Visner, Mrs. Clifford Woody, Mrs. Warren Blanchfield, Mrs. Loren Burley and Mrs. William Picht. Gift table decorations were in orchid and white. Mrs. Virgil Knight, Mrs. Gail Boyd and Mrs. Junior Beckman were in charge of games. A tray lunch was served. Mrs. Carrie Hutson was honored Friday evening when friends gathered at her home to help cele brate her birthday, bringing gifts, a birthday cake and ice cream. Present were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Smith and sons of Auburn, also the Vernon Monteferings of Auburn, the Charles Fahans of Yetter, the Evorn Halvorsens of Lake City and Mrs. Hutson's house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Malone of Clinton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Owens of Lake City entertained at a Marley reunion picnic at their home June 26 honoring their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce LittleJohn, of Los Angeles, Calif. Others present were the Roy Luch- tels and the Grant McDonalds, Milford; the Tom Gaffneys, Carroll; the Stephen Gaffneys, Adaza; the Robert Gaffneys, Breda; Mrs. Mark Powers and Quentin, Lohrville; and the Paul Gaffneys and the James Owens, Lake City. RECOVER FROM INJURIES (Timet Herald Htm service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wehrmann are recovering from injuries suffered in an auto accident near Auburn Friday evening, about 6 p.m The accident occurred on Highway 71 when Mr. Wehrmann collided with a car that drew off the shoulder of the road onto the highway- Mrs. Wohrmann sustained two broken ribs and a broken left wrist. Mr. This Series of Religious Messoges of All Faiths Is Possible Through The United Efforts of These Community Minded Carroll County Merchants and Professional Men. CARROLL CHURCH GOODS CO. Religious Articles for Church, School and Home 505 East Sixth Street — Dial 4240 CARROLL LUMBER COMPANY Your Drive-in Lumber Yard U.S. Highways 71 and 30 — Dial 3176 THE CARROLL NURSING HOME A Restful Home, With Best of Caret Elizabeth E. Sharp, R.N. — City Limits N. West St. CLIFF'S STANDARD SERVICE Clifton Monroe, Owner — We Give "Top Value" Stamps Highway 71 South — Dial 9157 COAST-TO-COAST STORES Locally Owned — Nationally Organized Elmer Friedman COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK The Friendly Bank — Member F.D.I.C. Come as You. Are — Bank from Your Carl FAREWAY STORES Iowa's Most Economical Food Stores In the Heart of Downtown Carroll FARMERS GRAIN & LUMBER CO. Grain — Coal — Feeds Dial 9820 — Carroll, Iowa GAMBLES STORE Complete Line of Home Furnishings Furniture — Appliances — Building Material GLIDDEN RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OP Thomas Conner, Project Manager — Phone 200 Church Going Families Are Happier Familieil GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. Woodwork, Fencing, Building Supplies, Cool James A. Kanne, Mgr. — Dial 3248 BOJE CONSTRUCTION CO. Homes and Commercial Building Harold C. Boje — Dial 9890 HOTEL BURKE After church, enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Burke Hotel ROY J. BURNS Real Estate, Farm Loans and Insurance 212 West Fifth St. — Dial 2184 CARROLL BAKERY - Special Wadding and Party Cakes Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jung — Dial 3337 CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Health — Chiropractic For Appointment, Dial 3402 GEORGE S. MILLER Glass — Awnings — Venetian Blinds 104 East Fourth St. — Dial 9449 or 3865 MONTGOMERY WARD 515 N. Main Street Dial 3513, 3514, or 9531 MOORMAN'S CONOCO SERVICE For Complete Car Service Sixth and Carroll Streets — Dial 9173 OCOMA FOODS CO. V. I. McGrady, Manager Dial 3563 PAULINE'S CAFE Highway 71 and Third Street Jim and Pauline Duncan J. C. PENNEY CO. 509 North Adams Street Dial 2843 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. "The Light Refreshmentl" Dial 3516 READY MIX CONCRETE Western Hollostone Co. — West Sixth Street S. A. McConnell, Manager — Dial 3416 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Paints — Wallpaper — Accessories $20 North Adams — Phone 4210 TONY'S RESTAURANT Fine Food — Open Every Day Junction U.S. 30 and 71 WAYNE'S 66 SERVICE 24-Hour Truck Stop Complete Tank Wagon Service — Dial 9134 HANNASCH MOTOR COMPANY Olds-Cadillac Sales and Service Highway 30 and North West Street HI-WAY CAFE Located Downtown on U.S. 30 Ethel Clark, Manager — Dial 9174 HUFFMAN FUNERAL HOME Our Services Are For People Who Carel IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. Gas Heating, Cooking, Water Heating Clothes Dryers and Incinerators IOWA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Reddy Kilowatt Wants to Help Make Carroll • Better Place to Ltvel

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