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e e Blew and co-chalrman Fund have called of their Friday, Feb. 3rd Fellowship Hall Church in n p] .A,d to start me rn. tense drive, immediately after (hat mt~ting. They are going to ask the solicitors to cover, their territory and report back. in a week. This is a worth- while project and the response of the people is expected to be good. and Mrs. Mannie Loomis. of Jewell and Mr. and Mrs. H~r- ~Hta hrllalt ry Moyer, while their mother Is ill. Schultr was a Mirta and Jacklyn Leonard visitor Of spent Saturday night at thes Brinkworth and Rolla Dietz home while thel~ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dea~ Mrs. Glenn Bartley Leonard, attended the basket" evening visitors ball tournament at Smith Can. Dietz home and tar. TV. Norman Walker, music in- Fedde structor at Jewell, and Janice spent Kksinger were Sunday dinner weekend with Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ben Fedde. The Rose and family and following Just moved into dinner enjoyed a tour of the at Manhattan. ! Glen Elder Dam area. father, Mr. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fedde Alma Zmdlna Is waiting ms a group of mm at the new Care In the Mankato Livestock Co. Building. Left to right: CoL Arden Oat, (the next two men are not Identified), Ed Soash, Carl LaRue, and Neolin Taylor. / of Jewell is ~ were Sunday afternoon/callers ; at the Com of Ed Fedde and Mrs. Emma Patter- Burdett who had recently vis- Barrow Show at Beloit. In in Beloit. He Brinkworth. son and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell ~ed at the home of her daugh- February they will attend the nicely for a per- Mr. and Mrs. Lynn D/etz? Thayer and Ronnle were Sun- ter and family there. Swine Show at Wichita. age. Mr. and Mrs. Steve, Gar , and Craig spent day evening visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Becker, The K.S.U. and K.U. college k have been fre- Saturday at the Rolls Die~ and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and Melody and Eric were Sunday students are home this week on his father, home while Lynn was helping Gaff. Mayer under- his dad with some farm work. A large crowd attended the afternoon visitors of Mr. and for their semester break. last" week at the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sire, pot luck supper Sunday even. Mrs. Lester Stites. Mr. and Mrs. George Blume The Arnold and Bob Rose ef Scott City were Sunday el- Hospital in Con-, melink and sons were Stmday Ing at the church annex and families will have their swine ternoon to Monday morning y, Pebble and afternoon callers at the Bob all enjoyed the slides of Ha- entered this week in the Fat visitors at the Harry Colson are being cared home. waft shown by Mrs. Marie home. While here they visited with Eva Colson, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Colson and the Arnold Colson~s grandsons, Larry Ed- win and Michael Joy Aikens. Mrs. Blume and Harry and Eva Colson are cousins. From tEo To ZW UL comv , m oaD Thursday, february & lm Page 6 - I OF vIEWpOINT What is as thrilling to a child as winter--and a nice fresh snow? But for an adult, shopping or work. ing in winter weather, nothing is more miserable. This goes for so many things. What looks g md to one person looks terrible to another. What one parson enjoys doing, another dislikes. What agrees with one disagrees with another. Ionia the Blumes were going to Ludell to visit a sister, ass ~;ampson, to Atwood to visit her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ewan, and also Mrs. Blume's brother, who lives in the western part of the state, then on home to Scott City. Mr. and Mrs. THE CHURCH FOR ALL. ALL. ~'OR TH[ CHURCH The Church k the greatest factor on earth for the building of chsrec. t~r and Iluad c/risen#hip. It b a store. house of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regu- larly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the uke of the Church ihtelf, which needs his moral and martial support. Plan to go to church regu- larly and read your Bible daily. There is nothing wrong with this. We have a right to our individual likes and dislikes, to our individual opinions. We also have the right to know the basle things in life, the truths that apply to everyone. Them are the foundation blocks upon which all else is built. This is the kind of knowledge given to us by the Church. If you have been thinking that church-goers m conformists---people who believe what they are told and let it go at that--then you've been maktn It mistake. Because a group of houses are built upoa the same firm ground does not mean that each house cannot be separate unto itself. Because a man gces to church does not mean that he is one of a mold. Try it, and see. Copyright 1967 Ketster AdverO,slng Service, Inc., Str~lburg, Vs. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Deuteronomy I Samuel I Samuel Psalms Proverbs Luke John 7:6-11 16:1-5 16:6-13 24:i1-15 14:9-16 10:38-42 1.5:18-27 Blume came to Ionia to visit relatives after spending sever- ~ * ~ t ~ ~ ~2 4' ~7 ~ ~ ~ ~ t '~ , ~ ~ %~ ~ ~ ~ al days with their son and WEBB~R'METHODIST ASSEMBLY OF GOD EVANGELICAL UNITE~ family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorence CHURCH CHU~.H BRETHREN CNURCI4 Blume, at Hutchinson. Webber, Kansas G.S. Wlllardr Paul Life, Minlsler Loren J. Silsby, Minister Pastor --- Highlanders E. H.U. Dale Crispin, S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Morning Worship S~w/ce, The Highlanders E.H.U. met Morning Wo~'p 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. 9:30 A. M. Sermon, "Add/~ Special Childrens' Service Life to Years". Jan. 25 at the Whitemound Church School .. 10:30 a.m. in Basement 11:00 a. m Sunday School, 10:30 A. M, Community Building with Mrs. Choir Rehearsal, Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Sue Green, Superintat- Melvin Shipley as hostess. Wed ...........7:30 p.m. Midweek Prayer dent. The president called the meet- WSCS---lst and 3rd Service ......... 7:30 p.m. W.S.W.S. Meeting, W~ines- ing to order and the extension Wednesdays .. 2:00 p.m. day, Feb. 1, 2:00 P. M. creed and flag salute were re- CATHOLIC CHURCH peated. Roll call, "Something IONIA EVANGELICAL ESBON R I would like to accomplish UNITED BRETHREN ----- MONTROSE MErHODI r 4' i'~,~S 5 I ~S N ~ ,~, k~ this year", was answered byCHURCH Winter Schedule: CHURCH Rev. Desa Item 9 members and two guests, DAVID TROT][', Minister 8:30 a.m. at Esbon Verne Demi y g p Mrs. Roberta Kemper and ___ 10:00 a.m. at Smith Center L el2. "~R@st5 L ~D|~S O~,t~,~ ~J, JE~s- Miss Judy Kruger. Mrs. Vad- Worship Service . lh00a.m. - en Davis, Jr. gave her advis- Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. OLIVE JRCH Worship Se - ce. 9:30 ory council report. Mrs. Ralph The "Y" Fellowship every R.R. I - Superior, Nebr. Church School .. 1@.30 Hooton, party hostess, an- other Sunday afternoon at Rev. Dormsn Foley OAK I/Z nounced that the card party 2:00 p.m. Minister ~. will be Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Lee Mary, pasta@ Chrissle Ahrens, S. S. Supt. PRICE at the Community Building. UNION'I'~"~'~L Sunday School .. 10:00a.m. MorningWor-s'~'p .... 11:00 Bring sandwiches or desSert. E.U.B. CHURCH Church Service .. 11:00 a.m. Sunday School ...... 10.'00 ~" S Mrs. Marvin Epp distributedEarl Enyem% Pastor Mid-Week Prayer Evening Worship ...... '/:~ E I[ patterns and materials to Supt., Vadem Davis, Jr. Meeting, Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Youth Service. ......... 6:N ..... make little dolls to be given Wednesday Evening to the Beatrice State Home. Sunday 10:00 a.m. Northbrsnch FHends Church Prayer Meeting ...... ?:M It was suggested that we have Morning Worship lh00 a.m. Wendell Barnett, pastor ~' el P[' a used magazine exchange let and lrd Sunday Evenings: LaJaunta Wlnslow, S.S. FIRST BAFI~ ~..~ OO DS among our members. Bring Bible Study ...... 7:00 P.M. Supt. CHURCH your magazines to club. The Fellowships .. 7:00 P. M. Sunday School at .... I0:00 q, ~ ~/ Mrs. Ralph Hooton present- Vrorship at ......... II:00 Rev. Mllistesd ed an interesting lesson on ESBO~ ~HJRCH Friends Youth at 6:45 p. m. Sunday School .. "10.'00 am, FR.O~ ~ ~!~ Fibers and Fabrics in Home Earl Enyeart, Pastor Evening Worship at 7:30 Worship ....... 11:00 &m. yD. Furnishings. Fabric samples Earl Slkby, S. S. Supt. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Training Union .. 6:30 p n. were furnished hy the Secrest at 7:30 P. M. Furniture Store at Red Cloud. Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. MANKATO V3 This added to the effective- Sunday School.. 10:45 a.m.FORMOSa COMMUNITY CHURCH ~ ~. hess of the lesson. The hostess lnd end 4th Sunday Evenings: CHURCH Michael Hln~ i served a delicious lunch. The Youth Fellowship.. e:s0 P.M. Paul Temple, Minister Sunday: next meeting will be Feb. 23 Bible School .... I0:00 am. - ---- C ---- Worship Hour .. I1:00 a.m. with Mrs. Dalton Harrison as BURR~-ST][AN Summer Schedule Youth Hour .....6:00p.m. D /it hostess. There will be a Vai- CHURCH Sunday School... 9:45 Bible Study ...... 7:30 p.m. entine exchange.--Secretary. Richard K.B~ mh~tor Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. 4th Tuesdays .. 2:00 Sund y school ... 9:30 a.m. Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m. Primary Endeavor, " tOtJ - ,CARD OF THANKS - Morn|itg Worship 10:30 a.m, Prayer Meeting Wednesday ....4:00 p t. Jr. - Hi ... 6:30 p.m.and Bible Study We wish to express our Jet Cadets, . ' " (Wed.) ......7:30 p.m. Jet Cadets, heartfelt thanks and apprecia- Wednesday .... 4:00 p.m. tion to our relatives and F, OM Saturday .... 10:00 a.m. friends for their kind expres-Phone JU 7-2293 C..ATH~C][[ HARMONY METHODIST sions of sympathy and for the WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH .MANKATO floral offerings which were ~ " extended to us during the ill- CHURCH ness and death of our hue- W.D. Buckley, Pastor Sundays ........8:00 )ED FoAm 43* I N'C. ~:)TI.IE R Mrs. Frank Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne I ~ lg Dempsey and fa'mfly Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Silk band and father. A special "--'- thanks for the food that was Sunday School .. 10:00 a.m. b ught In and to the ones Worship Service 11:00 a.r.. ; [~ {.J,'r ~ who prepared the lunch at the W. Y ......... 7:00 p.m. Service 7:30 p.m hurch. May God bless each Prayer Meeting, one of you. Wednesday . .. 7:30 p.m. and family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cordel and family Ray. Dean E. Reae 8:30 a.m. Worship Service 9:45 a.m. Church School 11:00 a.m. Worship Service Clyde Reed, Suvt. '=boir . 8 p.m. Wedri.esdpt EVANGELICAL LtrrHERAN CHtmCll lhmtor Joues, Noswav Elvle Konovelsky, Organlld Worship Service . 8:4 Lm. Sunday school ... 9:45 am. SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING MANKATO BUSINESS FIRMS Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dempsey and family V 'augh Oil & Gas Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Jewell County Co-op Oil and Mankato Sales Co. Jewell County Record Huffman and family Propane Co. Lehrllng Chevrolet Mid-West Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest The First National Bank R-K Shopper, InC. W%ot e. r Abstract and Title Dempsey and family Raymond and Eddie, Barbers Betty's Studio Mr. and Mrs. Mart Halstead's Shoe Store Kramer Furniture Man'to F. U. Coop Dempsey family McCarthy Hardware Mankato Greenhouse Mankato Feed & Sud ' NeweU Implement Co. Mankato Laundry Trucking Service Olive MtHer of CMdwell Helen's Beauty Shop The Ranch Bowl J-J O11 CO. & Car Wash md Idaho. Hazel Korb and Doro: Roy's Wallpaper & Gifts 36-66 Service Frontier Care thy Hawkins of Burr Oal~ The State ~ ~tnk ~)ogaart's ' . CO~ Sinl~r were Saturday afternoon call- Dreiling's Dept. SWnt L & B Eloctr/c Buffalo Roam Steak House ets at the apartment of Lela Mankato ~ Co. Wagner Drug Store Mankato Welding & Machine Lamb,