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Sac A -Pg. 6A Harlan IA News Advertiser Fri. morn., July 14, 1989 .. Phone 755-3111 .. Sink OF Swim t]he boat was too slow, so Peter swam to Jesus. Peter learned to swim; to relax, to let the water "help" him. He also learned the import- ance of Jesus in his life. Like Peter, we need to learn how to "swim" spiritually. Church offers spiritual "swimming" lessons each and every Sunday. "When heard Simon that it was the Peter Lord, he... sprang into the sea." (Frm Ik Ilevitt rd YmiM d Ike Bibk. INL II(.. INt. 1171. Divisim of riian Edv-.ali, of the Nalial (esscil of tke Ckerch ol Ckrisl in the U.S.A.) Psalm 139:1--12 2 Kings 2:1, 6--14 Luke 10:25--37 Colossians 1:1--14 Common Lectionary for Sunday, July 16, 1989 C " Selected by Consultation on Common Texts @1989, Church Page Ministries, Box 301, Siren, W154872. Orv Rocker Ford, Inc. 919 7th St. 755-2116 Pedersen Pharmacy Services Dave & Pat Pedersen ' 1213 Garfield Ave. 755-3369 Shelby County Bankers Association Shelby County Farmer's Mutual Insurance Ass'n. 1117 7th St. 755-3171 Squealer Feed Co. 3rd & Baldwin 755-2131 Stows Red-E-Mix Co. 2206 6th St. 755-5722 THIS SPACE FOR RENT Terry Knapp Real Estate 1016 6th St. 755-5446 V'()RI) of (;0I) Town & Country Credit 1Jnion 1009 7th St. 755-3881 This church column Is furnished free by ths listed sponsoring mer- chants end Herlan Newspapers as public service. Copy must be In of. Ik:s Monday morning each week. Altsmont Baptlat Church - 12 miles southeast of Harlan, Oavid van Gorkom, pastor. Sunday worship service at 10 a.m., followed by church school at 11 a.m. Communion is the first Sunday of each month. Junier and Senior Baptist Youth fellowship meetings are at 7.'30 p.m. on the second end fourth Sunday.s of the month. Wednasday. 8 p.m. Btble study and prayer. Rrat Assembly of God Church - 1814 8th St., Hadan, Nan W. Hazelton, Pastor. For all aQas 9:30 a.m., Sunday school, morns 9 worship 10:30 a.m., evening worship 8 p.m. Wednesday - Bible study 7:30 p.m. Abundant Ule Fellowship- Pastor Don Lowe, t810 ChaU)um Ave. Sunday morning - 9:30 a.m. Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ - meeting at 9th & Baldwin, Minister Roy North, 99-4206 Sunday school 9:00 a.m. morning worship, 9:45 a.m., evening worship 6 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study 7 p.m. eree Bible correspondent courses available to Interested parties, write Church of Christ, 9th & Baldwin. Tennent United Ithodlat Church - Purer Kste Bell. Sunday night worship service at United Methodist Church at Tennent 7 p.m. Every.one welcome to come share 113 our service. Grace Baptist Church - 19th & O/done, Pastor Joe Obom. 9:30 a.rn. Sunday school, 10:45 a.m. morning worship, 7 p.m. eveningwor- ship services. Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and prayer. M-errill's Grove Baptist Church - Rt. 3, Audubon, George Spencer, Pas- tor. Sunday - 10 a.m. morning worship, 11 a.m. Sunday church school. Wednesday - 8 p.m. choir rehearsal. Mid-week prayer and Bible Study on second Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Other services and events as announced. Bethlehem Lutheran Church - Jacksonville, Oliver S. Solborg, Pastor. Worship service 10 a.m. First Christian Church - Don Schoepf, Minister. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, 10:30 a.m. morning worship and Communion, 12 noon KNOD radio broadcast. Wednesday - 7 p.m. adult Bible Study, 8 p.m. adult choir re- hearsal. Bethel Baptist Church - 7th & Victoria, Pastor Roger Crawford. Sunday, July 18 - 8 a.m. "Light For Your Life'broadcast-KNOD, 8:30 a.m. church servicos at the fair, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school for all ages, 11 a.m. morning worship, 6:30 p.m. prayer time, 7 p.m. evening worship, 8:15 p.m. young people's fellowship. Wednesday, July 19 - 3:30 p.m. BapDst Memorial Home Chapel, 7 p.m. Vacation Bible School, 8:30 p.m. praise & preyer. Thursday July 20 - 7:30 p.m. Fiserman's fel owshtp. Rrct Baptist Church - Elk Horn, By Rev. Glenn Rankin . . St. Paul's Episcopal Church Harlan has had a CROP walk for many years as have some other commumties in Shelby County. CROP not only provides food and tools for people to grow food for themselves, it also provides simple resources in many places in Africa, for example, for communities to provide water supplies. In some dry parts of Africa, women may have to walk 10 miles just one way daily to get a meager amount of water for their families. But through simple wells, very simple irrigation systems, planning, and conservation of supplies, communities are being provided with water for cooking, bathing, and for crops. These changes involve the whole community, effect the whole community, and benefit the whole community. Water is a precious girl. People in the U.S. have rarely had to worry about water. Turn on the tap and let it run! Yet our national thirst for water continues to grow as the supplies of water continue to diminish. Use and diversion of rivers has become a very heated political topic. Heat and draught have only made these problems seem more pressing as community wells fail. Why doesn't someone else provide us with more water? Why doesn't someone else conserve so that we can enjoy more? Why doesn't someone else find a solution that will not ask anything of us? Water is a previous gift. Whether in Africa or the U.S., Christian people believe that good and careful stewardship of God's creation is an important part of faith. Use and conservation of our national resources becomes part of our religious conviction because we are all called to be good stewards. Someone elses stewardship doesn't free me to be careless or indifferent. How can you be a good steward of the water you use? How can your community best conserve its use of water? These things won't happen by chance or by someone else doing it. Conservation of our water supplies will only happen when we all care, talk about it, and get involved. Like all God's gifts, our stewardship of our water resources requires attention, planning, and care. Water is truly a precious gift. Sister Maristeile Schmitz Schmttz celebrates Timberlake is guest at Christ's Church Pastor Bob Timberlake, di- rector of the Open Door Mission, will be the guest speaker at Christ's Church Sunday, July 16. The Open Door Mission ministers to the homeless who find their way to the Omaha area. Pastor Timberlake notes that all of the counties of western Iowa and Eastern Nebraska are proportionally represented in those ministered to by the mission. Pastor Timberlake is an ex- cellent story teller and will be teaching the combined Sunday School class at 9:30 a.m. as well as bringing the message at the 10:30 a.m. worship service. Anyone who is inter- 50th anniversary ested in the ministry of the Open Door Mission is wel- come. There will be a fellow- ship dinner after the service to allow more time to get ac- quainted with Pastor Timberlake and the Mission. Christ's Church is located at I205 Lincoln, Harlan. Mike Marcum, Pastor. New Testament Bs'--'-'-;tlat Church - Sunday, July 16- 9:15 a.m. Sunday Schmitz) is the daughter of 305 5th St., A.B. Neuenschwander, school, 10:30 a.m. morning worship the late Peter and Catherine 7.'30 p.m. evening service. Wednesday Pastor. - 8 p.m. Bible Study and prayer. Camp Schmitz formerly of Panama. Sunday - 10 a.m. Bible classes, dates: July 17-21: grades 3, 4, 5; July 10:30 a.m. morning worship servibe 6 24-28: grades 6, 7, 8; July 31.Aug. 4: p.m. Sunday evening gospel hour. gredes9,10,11,12. FUm, July 30, "The Wednesday- 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week sor- Prodi9al" by Billy Graham. Aug. 2: vice Or prayer and Bible Study. Chennanlah Singers. Aug. 14-18: Vacation Bible School-FREE. No Seventh.Day Adventist Church - charge, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. St. Paure Episcopal Church - 712 Lincoln and Morse, Hadan, Pastor Mike  Farnam, Fr. Glenn Rankin. First United Methodist Church - Revs. D. Stephen and James A. Clinton. Saturday, July 15 - 7 p.m. alternate worship service. Sunday, July 16 - 9 a.m. Monroe Chapel worship service, 9:15 a.m.-10:15 a.m. summer church school at Hadan, 10:40 a.m. Haden w.ship service, 7 p.m. Cable "IV wor- snip airing. Monday, July 17 -7:30 p.m. Cottage_meeting. Tuesday, July 18 - 11 a.m.-b p.m junior high UMYF mn gay, 6:30 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous, 7 p.m. stewardship and fi- nance meeting, 8 p.m. AI-Anon. Wednesday, July 10- 7:30 p.m. Cottage meeltn 9. Thursday, July 20 - 9 a.m. Overeaters Anonymous, 7 p m .ial concorna work area meeting at me parsonage, 8:30 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous in F.H. Sister Madstelle Schmitz, a Benedictine Sister of Benet Hill Monastery, Colorado Springs, CO., will celebrate her 50th anniversary of pro- fession of religious vows, Sunday, July 23. A Mass of Thanksgiving will be held at St. Mary's Church, Panama, at 2 p.m. with a reception following in the parish hall until 5 p.m. The event will be hosted by the families of Leo Pauley and Vincent Schmitz of Panama; Joseph N. Schmitz of Portsmouth; Nicholas Schmitz of Westphalia; Catherine and Margaret Croghan of Manilla; and Mslr. Peter Schmitz of Des Molnes. All relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. Sister Maristelle (Mary Sundays - 1st, 3rd, 5th - 11 a.m., 2nd and 4th - 9 a.m. Tuesdays - Holy Eucharist, 9:30 a.m. immanuel Lutheran Church - 1700 19111 St., Pastor Otto Zwanziger. Sunday, July 18 - 9 a.m: worship service with Holy Commumon, Hey. John Beck, Dana College, Blair, NE., as guest pastor. Tuesday, July 18 - 8:30 p.m. board of trustees and board of education, 8:45 p.m. board of Deacons, 8p.m. church coundl. Wednesday, July 19- 9 a.m. custom hand quilting. Friday, July 21 - 7-10 p.m. work day. Pastor Beck to preach at Immanuel Lutheran Church Malloo/. Saturday worship service 9 a.m., Sabbath school 10 a.m. Christ's Church - (non-denomina- tional) 1205 Lincoln Ave, Aaron Jones, Pastor. Sunday - 9:30 e.m. Bible school, 10:30 e.m. worship and communion service. R.edllne Church of Christ - (located 5 mies north of Jacksonville at the In- tersection of M56 and F32), Minister Roy North, 799-4206. Bible Study at 10 a.m., services at 11 a.m., evening services at 8 p.m. St. Mlchaers Church - Pastor David Po4ich, 755-5244. Sunday liturgies: Saturday - 7 p.m., Sunday - 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. F= md Pr Howbeit this kind oeth not out but y preyer and fasting. Matdw 17:21 Peace Lutheran Church - Syned) 40t t2 st., Ho, an. : Mha Edum, Pastor. Sunday, July 18 - 9'.30 e.m. Sunday school and Bible class, 10:45 a.m. wor- ship servico..Thursday, July 20 - 7 p.m. parish plannlng coundl meeting. First Baptist Church - 1325 Chatburn Ave., Hadan, Jeff Nelson, Pastor. woTUeeday, July 18 - 9 a.m. Chdstlen mena. Wednesday, July 19 - 7:30 p.m. mid-week service. Tllureday, July 20- 2 pJ'n. A.B.W. Beef promotion team announced Tyson Haas (Larry), I/arian, is one of 50 4-H'ers on the Iowa 4-H beef promotion team to educate Iowa con- sumers about beef. Tyson and teammates attended a one-day workshop in Denison to learn about the program. "This program will help 4- H'ers develop communication and leadership skills," said Barbara Dunn, Shelby County Extension 4-H and Youth leader. "They will use these skills to explain how high quality, lean beef is produced and answer questions con- sumers may have about the production of beef." Tyson and other 4-H'ers on the beef promotion team will staff a display at least twice in an urban area and once at the 1989 Iowa State Fair. The ti- de of the display is "4-H'ers- Producing Beef 4-You." Barb said, "The youth want to inform consumers that 4- H'ers are producing lean, nu- tritious beef to meet con- sumer demands. The program also will increase the visibil- ity of the 4-H beef project and the number of 4-H'ers in- volved in the beef promo- tion." The project is being funded by a $2,100 grant from the National Beef Industry Council and is made available by National 4-H Council. For more information, contact the Shelby county Extension Office. Pastor John Beck, Director of Church Relations at Dana College, Blair, NE., will be preaching at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Harlan, Sunday, July 16. The worship service begins at 9 a.m. A na- tive of Blair, NE., he was a Chaplain in the U.S. Navy from 1955 to 1975, and then served congregations at Chula Vista, CA., and Fremont, NE., and has been at Dana College since 1978. Sr. Jodeile Zimmerman Zlmmerman make vows Sr. Jodelle Zimmerman of Sacred Heart Convent, Yankton, SD., will make her life vows as a Benedictine Sister, on Saturday, July 22, at 2 p.m. in Bishop Marty Chapel. The main celebrant of the Eucharist will be her un- cle, the Rev. Aloysius Zimmerman, SVD, of Phoenix, AZ. Sr. Jodelle is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Zimmerman of Westphalia. She is a graduate of Benedictine College, Atchison, KS., with a major in biology; and has done graduate study at the University of Nebraska. Sr. Jodelle entered the Benedictine community in 1982, and made her first monastic profession in 1984. Her ministries include biol- ogy and chemistry teacher at O'Gorman High School in Sioux Falls, SD.; and reli- gion instructor and CCD co- ordinator at Cathedral of the Risen Christ parish in Lincoln, NE. In the summer of 1988 she was a leader in will the Camp Mahpiyoto Vocation Camp in Marvin, S.D. In the fall, Sr. Jodelle will continue her ministry in Lincoln. There will be a Mass fol- lowed by a reception for Sr. Jodelle in Westphalia, on July 30 at SL Boniface Church. Gragert receives degree FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Peggy.. Gragert will receive the assocmte in church music de- gree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary during commencement cere- monies July 13. President Russell H. Dilday will award degrees to 162 stu- dents in Southwestern's schools of theology, religious education and church music. Gragert is the daughter of Howard Henriksen of Harlan, and Rhoda Henriksen of Harlan. Gragert is married to Walter H., whose parents are Walter W. Gragert of Colorado Springs, CO., and the late Ida Ellen Gragert of Colorado Springs, CO. Pleasant Valley Baptist, Colorado Springs, CO., is Gragert's home church. Southwestern, one of six seminaries affiliated with the Peggy Gragert Southern Baptist Convention, is the largest theological school in the world. Each year more than 5,000 men and women train for ministry at Southwestern. (We encourage a picture o[ the deceased) (PICTURE POLIGY FOR OBITUARIES (Publishing obituary of area residents is done In the Hadan Newspapers at no cost to the family. If a picture is desired, the picture may run at ascharge of $1.00. Furnish the picture td youl" funeral home arl they can forward it with th# obituary to the Herlan Newspapers. A picture adds very much to the story.) Carrie Axland, 68 HARLAN - Carrie Marie Axland, the daughter of John and Marie (Siemssen) Sorensen, was born Oct. 22, 1920, on a farm in Polk Twp. near Redline. She died July 6, 1989 at Bishop Clarkson Hospital in Omaha, NE., at age 68 years, eight months and 14 days. She grew up on family farms in Shelby and Guthrie Counties. She at- tended country school, and later they moved back to Shelby Co., residing east of Harlan. Alter school she worked at Peterson Locker Rant, Pexton Drug, and was a sales representative and bookkeeper for Axland Radio & TV. She always enjoyed visiting with friends and customers. On Oct. 15, 1965, she married Martin Axland at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Harlan. They have continued to make their home in Harlan since that time. She was a Iongtime member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Harlan and was a member of the Ruth Circle tbere. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her daughter, Sherry Jane; her son, Robert; two sisters, Isabell Petersen and Betty Goodner; and a brother, Otto. She is survived by her husband, Martin of Harlan; a brother, Robert W. Sorensen of Harlan; nieces and nephews and other relatives. Funeral services were held July 8, 1989 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Hadan with Pastor Otto Zwanziger offeating. Burial was in the Hadan ceme- tery with Henry Olson, Keith Anderson, Chris K. Sorensen, Walt Staiert, Eric J. Sorensen and Bernard D. Petersen all serving as casketbearers. Pauley Funeral Home was in charge of arrarements. Goldie Krohn, 63 AVOCA - Goldm Made Krohn was horn near Avoca on Jan. 4, 1926. She was the daughter of Otto C. and Emma Stender Thorns. She was baptized and confirmed in the English Lutheran Church in Avoca. She attended school in Avoca and graduated with the class of 1944. She had just enjoyed her 45th class reunion two weeks ago. She married Clarence Krohn Dec. 31, 1946 in Omaha. They were the parents of three children. She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Shelby; American Legion Auxiliary, Super Rames and the Garden Club. She died June 27, 1989 at Clarkson Hospital in Omaha following a sud- den illness at age 63 years, 5 months and 23 days. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Otto Thorns. She is survived by her husband, Clarence; two daughters, Janie (Bed) Green of Chow Chilla, CA. and Sally (David) Casey of Treynor; one son, Lindy Krohn of Shelby; two stepsons, Duane Krohn of Virginia Beach, VA.; and Larry Krohn of Persia; two grandsons, three step-grandsons, two step- granddaughter, and five 8rear-grandchildren; one sister, Sylvia Fell of Walnut; one brother, Robert Thorns of Shelby; nieces, nephews and other relatives. Fneral services were held at United Methodist Church, Shelby with Pastor Kate Bell officiating. Burial was at Shelby cemetery. Casketbearers were Marion Legan, Dana Messerschmldt, Chris Thorns, Gary Fell, Allen Messerschmidt and Donald Krohn, Honorary bearers were Marvin Messerschmidt and Offis Johnson. HwY 31051 HarlSn! 1101 Harlan 1112 THIS FOR jim's I 607 Gems 618 607 606 Ct