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August 16, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Services for Churches of Carroll Area TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ninth and Adams Sts., Carroll, la. Rev, Gordon P. Roberts, Pr!est-in- Cbarge. Mrs. Kenneth X, Holley, Organist. Sunday (Ninth Sunday after Trinity) 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. 9 a.m. Family Service and Coffee Hour. Taesday— 9 a.m. Holy Communion (Women's Corporate Communion). Wednesday through Friday— 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. Saturday (St. Bartholomew's Day) 9 a.m. Holy Communion (Youth's Corporate Communion). 1ST METHODIST CHURCH 700 N. Main St., Carroll, Iowa. Ivan C. Bys, S.T.B., Pastor. Mrs. Carroll Lane, Minister of Music. E. A. Vaatveit, Organist and Choir Director. Harold Heidel, Church School Superintendent. Sunday — Sunday School at 8:45 a.m. for all ages (age 3 through adulthood). Classes for everyone by grades; young adults; adults. Sunday — Divine Worship at 10:00 a.m. for the family. Anthem by the Pastor. Sermon: "Take Heed Lest You Forget" (Deut. Sill). A nursery is provided for the care of little children. Remember the Lord's Day to make it His. Come to Worship! Remain to Pray! Leave to Serve! Sunday to Saturday — Boone District Freshman Camp at Springbrook State Park, directed by Rev. Mr. Bys. Attending from our church: Eloise Rogers and Neil Bys. Working from our church: Dorothy Hodges, Sharon Miller, Mrs. Bys, and Rev. Mr. Bys. Monday — 8:00 p.m. The Commission on Education meets in Fellowship Hall of the new church, Clyde Bayliss, chairman. The Upper Room (daily devotional guide) for the new period, September-October, 1957, is available from the literature table. This is the World Christian Fellowship Number. May you secure one to assist you in your use of The Holy Bible daily in the home. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 1002 North Main, Carroll, Iowa. Rev. Jean Blackman. , Co-workers, Glenda Mayer and Joe Morris. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m, Christ's Ambassadors 6-30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:45 p.m. Wednesday — "Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. "Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh." —Matthew 25:13. Section I of Iowa will have a fellowship meeting on Monday, August 19th in Carroll at the Assembly of God Church. Services at 2:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. The District Superintendent of Iowa, Rev. T. E. Gannon will speak at the evening service. Everyone is welcome. "When it k hardest to pray, pray hardest. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Carroll at Tenth Street Carroll, Iowa Walter E. Schiel, LL.B...Pastor. Mrs. Ronald.Ream, Organist and Choir Director, Howard Mohler, Chureh School Superintendent. 8:30 a.m. — Sunday Ghurch School. Classes for pre-school to adult ages. We have a class for you, too. We welcome you to study and worship with us. 10:00 a.m. — Service of Divine Worship. On this Ninth Sunday after Trinity Pastor Schiel will continue his series of sermons on "The Autobiography of Jesus." His topic this Lord's Day will be "My Food." The scripture lesson will be John 4:13-38. 6:30 p.m. — Senior High Westminster Fellowship will meet in the Undercroft. The lesson will be on ^Worship." Pastor Schiel will be the leader. August 23—The Executive Board of the Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Anneberg at 10:00 a.m. for an all-day session. Mrs. G. E. Robb will have the devotions, and Mrs. Robert Sorenson will report on the meeting of Synodical held at Ames, Iowa in July. St. Paul's Lutheran Church "Th„e Church of The Lutheran Hour" 7th and Adams, Carroll, la. Harold W. Kieck, Pastor Sunday—Sunday School at 8:30 a.m. Morning Worship at 9:30 a.m. Monday—Sunday School Teachers at.7;30 p.m. Walther League Softball at Lidderdale. Carroll vs. Glidden at 9 p.m. Tune in every Sunday to "The Lutheran Hour" on KCIM at 8:30 a.m, and "This.is the Life" at 8:30 p.m. on WOl-TV. We cordially invite you to worship with us—we preach Christ and Hija crucified, 88. FETES t PAUL CHURCH Carroll, Iowa, Rt R«v. Msgr.' Frank H. Grate- man, Pastor. Rev. Thomas Donahoe and Rev. Robert J, Kirsch- bauni, Assistants. Hours of Sunday masses: 6, 8, 9:30 and U a.m. ST, LAWRENCE CHURCH CarroUi toj^it " •, < /•'' • • Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes, Pastor. PaWcJt Wait*, Assistants. '•:!fim.-tt«toiamt''4i : 7<805- • and tfctt Mi „ ,„ . The Power of Faith by H °* ard Faith helped American prisoners in the Korean war, which I covered as an artiat correspondent. Of those who refused to yield to brainwashing and torture, Dr. Charles Mayo reported later to the United Nations: "The spirit of man can run deeper than the reflexes of Pavlov." ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Carroll, Iowa. Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch, V. F. Pastor. Rev. Robert A. Tbiele, Assistant Pastor. Saturday Confessions > at 4 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday Low masses at 6, 7:30 and 10 a.m. HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Lidderdale, Iowa. Rev. Robert Phillips, Pastor. Sunday masses, 8 and 10 a.m. ST. AUGUSTiNE CHURCH Halbur, Iowa. Rev. Lawrence J. Greteman, Pastor. Masses at 7 and 9 o'clock. PLEASANT RIDGE FRIENDS J. D. Stanley, Pastpr Carol Kidney, S. S. Supt. Sunday: 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: 12:00 Noon—Women's Missionary Union picnic at the Graham Park in Carroll. 8:00 p.m.—Prayer meeting. Thought for the Week: Good manners make good friends. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH "The Church of The Lutheran Hour" Arcadia, Iowa. Harold W. Kieck, Vacancy Pastor. Sunday — Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCH Rev. E. G. Otte. Westside, Iowa. 10 a.m., Sunday School. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Westside, Iowa. Rev, Frank Mease * No Sunday School or Worship Services. Annual church picnic at noon at Graham Park in Carroll, JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall 621 N. St., Coon Rapids. Iowa. W. Skogsberg, presiding minister. Friday —7:30 p.m. Theocratic ministry school. 8:30 p.m. — Service meeting. Theme: Make Public Declaration. Sunday—7:30 p.m. — Watchtower study. The Holy Spirit. Third Person of Trinity or God's Active Force. Tuesday—8:00 p.m. Area Bible study. You May Survive Armageddon Into God's New World. Welcome. Free—no collections. ST. JOHN'S AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH (A National Lutheran Council Church) Grant Twp., Glidden, Iowa Geo..J. Gundel, Pastor. Sunday School and Bible Class— 9:00 a.m. Divine Service—10:00 a.m. Fellowship—7:30 p.m. Our next-to-the-last sermon topic on the Book of Acts will be presented Sunday. This subject reads: "A page from a Missionary's life!" Missionaries, whether at home or abroad, usually have colorful lives. Come and hear this timely and interesting meditation. Everybody cordially invited to ail our services! Guests are always welcome! Go to Church Sunday! Fellowship: Our August Fellowship meets Sunday evening. The Committee for this meeting': Pastor and Mrs. Geo. J. Gundel and Mr. and Mas, Lawrence Topp. Let's have a fine turnout at Fellowship You'll thoroughly enjoy this in formal gathering! Everybody welcome at Fellowship—always! Other dates to remember: Wednesday evening, Aug. 21. Junior and Intermediate Choir practice. Let's have all members present, if possible, since we want to rehearse for the 65th Anniversary Service and Mission-festival Sept. 8. Thursday, August 29, Ladies Aid in the afternoon, Mrs. Amos Stuhr, the hostess. In the evening: our Luther League meets for the regular meeting. The Committee: Miss Donna Rabb and Miss Lanice Topp. Sunday, September 8 is the 65th Anniversary of our Congregation and the annual Mission festival. Special Services, special speakers and special music by our choirs are on the schedule for that day. More later as the time draws near! The Ladies Aid-sponsored chicken supper: Sept. 15. Lutheran World Federation Assembly: The Lutheran World Federation Assembly will meet in Minneapolis Aug. 15-25. It will be one of the greatest gatherings of Churchmen and laymen in the Lutheran world, featuring speakers from many lands, among them: Dr. Hanns Lilje and Dr. Otto Debelius, bringing direct reports from that area. Music will also be emphasized at this Assembly. A 120 voice Lutheran College Choir will sing. There will also be two massed choirs, a 4,000 voice youth chorus and a 5,000 voice choir from the Twin-Cities. A liturgical choir of 100 seminarians and pastors will sing at meetings each day. A special hymnbook, called "Laudamus," containing 75 of the best hymns, has been published for the occasion. They are printed in: German, Scandinavian and English. The theme will be set forth: 'Christ Frees and Unites!" May we remember this important session in our prayers! PEACE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. E.W.M. Brewer, Pastor. 9 a.m. Sunday, Divine Services. 10 a.m. Sunday, Sunday School and Bible Class. 8:15 a.m. Sunday your pastor will speak over KCIM, Carroll. There will be a special voter's meeting after services Sunday. The young people wjll leave right after Sunday School this Sunday for an afternoon and evening picnic. Please bring sack dinner and supper. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Denison, Iowa. Sunday Service, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Testimony meeting, first Wednesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Scientific healing — healing through the power of God, Soul- will be a topic dealt with at Christian Science services Sunday, August 18. Matthew's account of Christ Jesus' healing of the two blind men (9:27-31): will be included in the readings from the King James Version of the Bible. The subject of the Lesson-Sermon is "Soul." From "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy the following will be read (210:11-16H "Knowing that Soul and its attributes were forever manifested through man, the Master healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, hearing to the, deaf, feet to the lame, thus bringing to light the scientific action of the divine Mind on human minds and bodies and giving a better under standing of Soul and salvation." Kirby Leighter Of Lake View Is Navy Dischargee (Time* Her»ld New* Serviee) LAKE VIEW —Kirby Leighter arrived home as a dischargee after serving in the navy four years. Mrs. W. J. Nichols entertained eight Jittle girls at a party honor ing the 5th birthday of her daugh ter Christine Wednesday morning. The girls were entertained with games in the morning and were luncheon guests. Christine re ceived many gifts. Mrs. Vincent O'Brien, Mrs. Mable Armstrong and son Robert were Sunday guests of Lillian Armstrong at her cottage at the lake. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Benedict of Iowa Falls were Sunday guests in the William Dean home. They visited Mrs. Dean in the Jacobs Nursing home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hamm and son of Deer River, Minn!, spent the weekend with his—parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. John Scalph and children of Burbank, Calif., arrived Monday evening for a visit in the Ed Meyers home at Wall Lake and in the Minard Peterson home. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Scalph are sisters. Mrs. Scalph is the former Virginia Meyers. The birthday of Mrs. Raynold Peterson was observed Sunday evening when relatives from Schleswig, Denison, Westside, Odebolt, Wall Lake and Lake View came for the occasion. Mrs. Kenneth Sauerrig of Mendota, 111., was a luncheon guest Saturday in the Ray, Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner and- Dee Ann and Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer of Storm Lake attended the 50tb wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wells in Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moore accompanied 'the Ernest Moores of Odebolt to Humboldt Sunday. They attended the Moore, reunion and picnic. Frank Hunefeld of Chicago and Mrs. Esther Carpenter of Denison visted Sunday in the Henry Miller and William C. Miller homes. Picnic, Display Closes Playground A pirate theme provided the setting for,a picnic and show of playground work in Graham Park Thursday, officially closing the supervised recreation program for the current year. About 100 parents and children attended the closing party. Children wore pirate costumes and the Open shelterhouse was decorated in a pirate motif. Following a picnic dinner out-oi- doors at 11:30 a.m., parents were invited to see a show of craft work in the shelterhouse. Articles on display included plastic braiding, cork objects, wallpaper hats, and decorated paper plates. Mothers of children taking part in the program were introduced. The exercises concluded at 1 p.m. The supervised recreation program opened June 10 under sponsorship of the Wholesale and Distributors Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the city council and park commission, Average attendance was between 70 and SO. Members of-the staff were Betty Kingston, director, Mary Morrison and Linda Fabricius. THE SWORD of the spirit is the word of God. Eph. 6:17. The cytting word is a two-edged sword; truth cutting through falsehood or the hurting word cutting into innocent hearts. Talking is a terrible responsibility. Words create or crush. Your words are your union card; they put you in the construction crew or the wrecking gang. Words are ambassadors of the mind...choose those that will make treaties of peace, not declarations of war. In America there are nearly 300,000 Churches where "His Word" is fed to hungry souls. The word of God is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword. Jesus offered life to those who would hear His words and believe. You can be sure the best people are church-going people... do you go to church? This Series of Religious Messages of All Faiths Is Possible Through The United Efforts of These Community Minded Carroll County Merchants pnd Professional Men. HOTEL BURKE After chureh, 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 Wedding and Party Cakes Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jung — Dial 3337 CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Health — Chlroprarftle For Appointment, Dial 3402 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 Carel 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 at You Are — Bank from Your Carl FAREWAY STORES Iowa's Molt Economical Food Store* In the Heart of Downtown Carroll FARMERS GRAIN & LUMBER CO. Grain — Coal — Faads Dial 9820 - Carroll, Iowa GAMBLES STORE Complete Line of Horn! Furnishing* Furniture — Appliance! — Building Material GLIDDEN RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OP Thomas Conner, Protect Manager — Phone 200 Church Going Families'Are Happier Families! GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. Woodwork, Fencing, Building Supplies, Coal James A. Kanne, Mgr. — Dial 3248 BOJE CONSTRUCTION CO. Homos end Commercial Building Harold C. Bo|e - Dial 9190 HI-VVAY CAFE Located Downtown on U.S. 30 'Ethel Clark, Manager — Dial 9174 HUFFMAN FUNERAL HOME Our Services Are For People Who Cerel •( 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 a Better Place to Livel GEORGE S. MILLER Glass — Awnings — Venetian Blinds 104 East Fourth St. — Dial 9449 or 3865 MOORMAN'S CONOCO SERVICE For Complete Car Service Sixth and Carroll Streets — Dial 9173 OCOMA FOODS CO. V. I. MeGrady, 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 Refreshment!" Dial 3516 READY MIX CONCRETE Western Hollostone Co; — West Sixth Street S. A. McConnell, Manager — Dial 3416 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Feints — Wallpaper — Accessories 520 North Adams — Phone 4210 TONY'S RESTAURANT Fine Food — Open Every Day Junction U.S. 90 and 71 WAYNE'S 66 SERVICE 24-Hour Truck Stop Complete Tank Wagon Service — Dial 9134 HANNASCH MOTOR COMPANY / Olds-Cadlllee Salei and Service Highway 30 aincl North West Str#e>t ,

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