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i! ,,,, , , .... THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, I962 ilCHURCH NOTES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1962 i ~ EALONA MENNONITm i Eulene C. Gather. PaaCor a.m. Mo -i Worship i Lay message: Allen Lind ! :10:$0 a.m. Sunday School i 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship ~ Theme: "Hel~ing People Meet Their Health Needs", leader: Er- inest Ropp. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. Church Council Meeting. Wednesdsy, 7:30 pJn., Midweek t~hurch Night Service, Devotions and Prayer service led by Duane ~. Yoder. Beginning Christiar~ ;Wor~cers Course using "Success- ful Teaching" filmstrips and taught by pastor Eugene Garber. el ST. MARY'S CHURCH Riverside, Iowa Ft. W. F. Boeckmann, pastor Firsi Ma~ 7:00 aJ~ ~eoond ~ass, 9:80 a.m. ~= UNITED CHRISTIAN / AND BAPTIST Rev. WlUiam Mel~rmet, Jr., PaYor ( Saturday, 10 a.m. Seraphim choir rehearsal ' 9:80 v~n~ Sunday School 10:80 Worship Hour ' Missionary talk by I~ob Belcher 16:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship Wednesday, 7 p.m. Senior choir rehearsal; 8 p.m. Meeting of the ~dv~sory Board. February 12-14, Ministers and wives Iastitue in Des Moines. M~ODIST Rev. 1~. Edward Ph~ Putor 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 1O'.~ a.m. Worship BA T0WN by Mrs= Gertie Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harlan and daughter moved to the Emma Madden farm Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Bayer and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shalla of Iowa City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey ~ednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hasting and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ShaUa in Iowa City Friday evening. Mrs. Emma Madden of Hills was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harlan and daugh- ter Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Bayer of Iowa City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bulene Sunday evening. Mr. Clair Bailey was at Ce- dar Rapids on business Sat- urday. Mr. Joe Klein of Omaha, Nebraska spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Klein. Mr. Loyd Meyers purchased the farm owned by Mrs. Elmer Braut, it was formerly the Reynold Amish farm. Mrs. Ross Armstrong enter- tained friends at a birthday party Friday afternoon hon- oing Mrs. Laura Hirt. a nice 2:19 p.m. Subdistrict MYF rally[time was reported by all, at Wellman [wishing Laura many more 2:80 p.m. Christian Social Con-[happy birthdays. cer~s~ workshop on peace andl world order will be Sunday after- [ Mr. Paul Barley attendea an noon at the Washington Metho-[Insurance Meeting at the dist Chinch Tuesday, 8:45 p.m. Membership training class at the church. Wednesday, 8:45 p.m., Children's Choir; 6:~0 p.m. ~other-Daugbter banquet. FRYTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST lUcbard Y0der, Pastor 10 a.m. Bible Study 11 aJm. Worship m~rvi~ 7:80 p.m~ Worship Wednesday 7:80 p.m. Bible study at the house. L$.OT UNION MENNONITE A~ L/oyd Swartzendruber. BJohov z ,J~ HJ" i~ ~o~r 9~$0/~.~ Worship tO~ 8.m. Sunday School ~:80 p~lt. EventnZ Service 8 Wodneaday evenfnl midweek m~e. :~ ~LY TRINITY,'RICHMOND ~/MI 8 a.m. < Msss 1o:00 ~.~ ~y mass 6 and 8 a.~ ~-7~::I~0WER~ DEER CREEK ..... .... MENNONITE -/ Jo~n Y. Swartgendruber. Bishop ~ *" Robert Yoder. Minister Dean Swar~zendruber; Mlnieter ~9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:$0 a.m. Church Service 7:SO p.m. Sunday evening meeting home of Alfred Klein Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Klein left Tuesday for St. Pedro, California where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Gertie Bailey visited Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burrell at Marengo Saturday evening. Extra Special ~ Silverware Party February 5th through February 24th. 52 piece, ser- vice for eight. Regular $79.75 only $59.95. 76 piece, service for twelve. Regular $U9.~5 only $89.95. HazeFs Jewelry and Gifts, Wellman. Adv. Wednesday, evening mid-week service. SHARON EVANGBLICAL UNITED BRETHREN Howard Malty, PaStor 9:30 Sunday School 10:30 Divine Worship 1:00 Visitation by Class 7. 7:30 Evening Service, with Youth Groups meeting, Junior Choir re- hearsal and Ad~It Bible Study Thursday. 1:30 Samaritan WSWS group meets; 7:30 Koinonia Con- veners meet; 8:30 Choir rehearsal. U.W.F. Have Latin American Festival The United Women's Fel- lowship of the United Christ- ian and Baptist church en- Joyed a Latin American Fun Festival at its regular meet- ing, Wednesday evening in Fellowship hall of the church. It was "Pal Party Night" and a number of guests also were present for the entertainment and program, arranged by Mrs. William McDermet and Mrs. D. G. Sattler, with host- esses Mrs. Lawrence Bart- mann. Mrs. Garry Roghair, Marie Jackson and Mrs. Lewis Belcher. Pre~dent,: ; Mrs. Lyle Fry, was in charge of a short busi- ness meeting during which she named the nominating comm~tee including, Mrs. Ivan Alt, Mrs. Scott Hall and Mrs. Stanley Dawson. Also named was the program com- mittee for next year, namely, Mrs. Eugene Way, Mrs. Lewis Belcher, Mrs. William Mc- Dermet, Mrs. Recse Trusler and Mrs. Vernon Hartzler. Plar~ were made for an all-day work session Wednes- day, February 14 at the church, with Mrs. Roy Pewitt as hostess. The group will have a sack lunch at noon with the hostess providing dessert and coffee. The evenings program was completely on the Latin American theme, with the presentation of "The Three Bears" in Spanish by Susan Hartzler, Karen Russell, Bar- bara and Virginia Beckman, and directed by Mrs. C. W. Beckman. Music for the evening was by a combo, composed of Mrs. Richard Adams, Mrs. Lyle Fry. Dr. D. G. Sattler, Marie Jackson, Mrs. Vernon Hartzler and Mrs Ferd Skola. Slides of Mexico, South America and Jamaica were shown and narrated by Mrs. Roghalr and Mrs. McDermet. Following the program, the group viewed a d~play of various items from Latin American cotmt~lu, ~d re~ freshments served by the hostesses were also In keepin~ with the t~eme. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. LoKan Relf, Mr. and Mrs. Carl R0dgers, Mrs. R. H. Petersetm, Richard Adams, Mr. and MrS. E~lene Way, Mrs. Scott Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, Vernon ~ler, Mr. and Mrs. Geral~ Teets, Mr. and ~. Roy Pewltt, Mrs. Reese Trusler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Speas, Mrs. Loran Hershberger, Mrs. Dale K. Glngerich, Lewis Belcher, Mrs. Stanley Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. ooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooood l DAIRY HERD DISPERSALAT SALE ON-- : ' ...... :: :: ..... ~ Thursday, Febraary t 1--6 year old Holstein due February 24 " - .... ~-~_ ~ .1,-~ year old Holstein due February 12 1-'4 year old Si~iss:due April 8 lil-'6yearldHlsteinfresh December'~1'1961 ~ ' -": 'i l 1=--6 year old Holstein fresh October 9, 1961, rebred December 23, 1961: ,- i I,--6 year old Holstein fresh September 1 9, 1961, rebred January i3, 1962 ~:~=-4 y~,r old Holstein fresh November 26, 1961 1~ year 01d Holstein fresh in September, rebred in January . iO O}i