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Annual pork roast DOG The Merrill's Grove Baptist Church has scheduled its an-DAYS nual pork roast for Sunday, Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m., start- ing early in the morning, the meat will be roasted with cherry and maple wood under the watch care of Everett Nelson. Members and friends of the church are invited to the sup- per and fellowship. Those at- tending are asked to bring a casserole, salad or dessert to share. A free-will offering will be received for the meat cost. This summer event has be- come a tradition for the church and Fiscus area. The church is located just west of Fiscus on County Road F32. Jodelle I-K-M announces registration time IRWIN -- Irwin-Kirkman- Manilla has announced the times for school registration for the 1989-90 school year. School registration will be August 14 through August 18 Lie in the summer grass. Watch the clouds laze overhead. Worries slip away. Are you sometimes afraid you lack what you need? Lie back in the Lord, the way you lie in His summer grass. It's His grass. He cares for it. You are His, too. Why worry? "But if God so clothes00 read an original reflective med- at the Irwin and Manilla the grass of the field Final vows for itation, "Mother Dearest" was schools for all students. Times sung by the community at the are from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 e Recessional. p.m. July 22, Sr. Jodelle Zimmerman, O.S.B., daughter of Bernard Zimmermans of Westphalia made her final vows as a Benedictine at Sacred Heart Convention in Yankton, S.D. The ceremony included a Mass by her uncle, the Rev. A1 Zimmerman, S.V.D. of Tucson, AZ., as the celebrant and Fr. Thomas Hillenbrand, chaplain at Sacred Heart, as master of ceremonies. Her parents and her immediate family, relatives and friends were pre- sent and attended the reception afterwards. July 30, St. Jodelle and her family hosted a celebration in her home parish of St. Boniface in Westphalia. Fr. Zimmerman concelebrated the 2 p.m. liturgy with Fr. Paul, pastor and Fr. Edgar Wortmann, a cousin, from Omaha. Chad Wageman and Matthew Gross were the Ztmmerman servers. Phil Zimmerman, her brother, and Judge Dewie J. Gaul, her uncle from Sioux City, were the lectors. Fr. Zimmerman was the homilist. Curt Zimmerman was the or- ganist and Sue Gross directed the choir. Theresa Zimmerman, her grandmother from New Richmand, WI., and Ann Gaul, an aunt from Omaha, presented the gifts at the offertory. Sr. Jodelle gave the explana- tion and restatement of her vows at which time her par- ants presented the candle and with Fr. Al gave Sister their blessing. Sr. Irene Zimmerman, S.S.S.F., her aunt from Milwaukee, read the prayers of the faithful, Rata Macaulay, her sister from Omaha, gave the spoken meditation accom- panied by instrumental back- ground. Ministers of commu- nion were Fr. Paul, Fr. Wortmann, Emil Gross and Barney Zimmerman, accom- panied with guitars, Paul Zimmerman and Rata Macaulay and Maribeth Zimmerman sang after Communion. Maribeth then 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 Stowe Red-E-Mix Co. 2206 6th St. 755-5722 Rata Macaulay made the banner of dark blue cloth and white lettering that set in the sanctuary. Large floral bou- quets in baskets flanked the al- tar. Each window of the church had a light blue vigil light. Guests gathers! at the parish center for the reception imme- diately afterwards. White lace tablecloths with blue liners graced the tables. White bud vases with blue sprigs were set in the center of each table. Relatives and friends came from Omaha, Sioux City, Lincoln, Co. Bluffs, Oakland, Earling, Manning and Panama. The Gaul sisters of Omaha were in charge of the guest book. The Zimmermans gratefully acknowledge the many gifts and courtesies for Sr. Jodelle. Also thanks to Helen Langenfeld and ladies who were the kitchen hostesses. Sr. Jodelle spent a brief va- cation with her family before returning to Yankton. She will work at Risen Savior School in Lincoln as Religious Education Coordinator beginning her du- ties the latter part of Aug. will he not much more clothe you ?" Matthew 6:30 1 Luke 12:.32--40 Hebrews 11:1--3, 8--19 C" Common Lectionary for Sunday, August 13, 1989 / Selected by Consultation on Common Texts 1989, Church Page Ministries, Box 301, S:. - , W154872. bun This church oolumn Is furnished Iflm by the listed sponsoring met. chants and Horisn New, pepsin as s public service. Copy must be in of. rice Monday morning each week. Altsmnt Baptist Chuh - 12 miles southeast of Harlan, David van Gerkom, pes'. Sunday worship mrvlce at 10 a.m., followed by church schoo at 11 a.m. Communion Is e first Sunday of easn month. Junior and Senior Baptist You fellowship meetings are at 7:30 p.m. on the second and four Sundays of lhe month. Wednesday - S p.m. Bible atudy and prayer. First Assembly of God Church - 1614 8h St., l-led, Alan W. Hazetton, Pastor. For all age! 9:30 a.m., Sunday mhool, mornin; worship 10:30 s.m., evening wor ;hip 6 p.m. Wedneeday - Bible study 7 30 ).m. Abundant Ule Fatlp - Pasx Don Lows, 1810 Chaflrn Ave. Sunday morning - 9:30 a.m. Wednesday - 7.'30 p.m. Church of  - mooting at 91h & Baldwin, Minister Roy Nor, 799-420e unday school 9:00 a.m. morning worship, 0.'45 ILm., evening worship 6 p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study 7 p.m. Free Bible arrogant courses available to interested parties, write Church of Christ, 9 & Baldwin. Torment Unlled Mhodl Chwch Pastor Kate Bell. U Sunday night worship service at hated Melhodist Church at Tennent 7 .m. Everyone welcome to come share our service. New Teutement Baptist Church - 305 5th St., A.B. Neueneohwander, Pastor. Sunday - 10 a.m. Bible dsues, 10: a.m. morning worship eentk, 6 p.m. Sunda,, eening gOspel' hour. Wednesday : 7 0p.m. Mid-Week ear- vice of Ixaym at I Bible Study. Seventh-Day Adventist Church - Lincoln and Morse, Harlen, Pastor Mike Mallory. Saturday worship aarvlce 9 a.m., Sabbath hoo 10 a.m. Christ's Church - (non-denomina- tional) 1205 Lincoln Ave, Aaron Jones, Pastor. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Bible school 10:30 a.m. worsh p and communion service. Redllne Church of Chdst - (located S miles north of Jackao4'wille at 1he In- tersection of M58 and F32), Minister Roy North, 799-4206. Bible Study at 10 a.m., servl at 11 a.m., evening eervka at 8 p.m. Sl. Mk:heers Chumh. Pastor David Polk:h, 755-5244. Sunday liturgies: Saturday - 7 p.m., Sunday - 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Merrlll'e Grove Baptist Church - RL 3, Audubon, George Spencer, Pss- lot. Sunday -- 10 a.m. moming worship, 11 a.m. unday church school. Wednesday - 8 p.m. choir rehearsal. Mid-week prayer and Bible Study on second Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Other services and even ss announced. Bethlehem Lutheran Church - Jacksonville, Oliver S. Solbarg, Pastor. Worship service 10 a.m. Peace Lutheran Church - (Me. Synod), 401 12111 St., Harlan, Ray. Mk:ho Eckea, P,,qx. Sat-rday, Aug. 12 - 9:30 &m. work on mlulen Wte. Sunday, Aug. 13- 9:30 a.m. Sunday school and bible class, 10:45 a.m. worship service, 12 p.m. potluck meal, 1:30 p.m. voters meeting after meeting, games. Monday, Aug. 14-FrldaYAug. 18 - 9 a Jll.- 11:0 IJ11. Vecak Bib School. Rrct Unltl MstbediM Church - 9th & Durent, Revs. Jenne & Steve Qim0n. Saturday, Aug. 12 -7 p.m. alternate worship 14kvk. Sunday, AUg. 13 - 9 am. Monroe chapel worship servk:e, 9:15 Lm.-10:.15 ILm. ummer church SChOOl at Herlen, 10:40 a.m. Harlan worship , 7 p.m. Cable TV wor- sting. Monday, . 14 - 7.Op.m. uouago.meetigg. Tueay, _Aug. 18- 9 a.m. man meeting, e:30 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous, 7 p.m. WIA on worship meeting, 9 p.m. trustees, 8 p.m. Al- Arm. wedug, le- 7: p.m. C,onage meeting, j nursday, ug. 17 - .a.m.. ovematars Anunymous,7 p.m. soclaJ concerns meeting, 8:30 p.m. Narmeoz Anmymo in F.H. FIrM Chrlatlen Church - Don Schoepf, Minhtter, Mary Jol'son, S.S. Sum. Sunday - 8:15 a.m. men's and ledles prayer breakfut at Mickers Care, 9:30 ILm. Sunday Ichool, 10:30 a.m. morning worship and Communion. Wednesday - 7 p.m. adult Bible S ItFly, 8 p.m. adult (:heir rehearsal. D.V.B.S. weekend-Aug. 25, 26 and 27. Immanuel Lutheran Church - 1700 191h SL, Pastor OBo Zwanzer. SundaJ, Aug. 13 - 9 ILm. worship service, lUelday, Aug. 15 - 6:30p.m. board of tnmtmm andeducatiun, 6:45 p.m. deacons, 8 p.m. council. Wednesday, AUg. 16 - 9 a.m. cusm hand quilting. Reorgsnized Church of Jesus Chrlut o1 latter Day Seines. Sunday, Aug. 13 - )me "Develop Our Gifts-Communion rneuuge, John Uzer. i! t  Optimists move food pantry The Harlan Optimist Club helped the Shelby County Outreach Center move to its new quarters at 540 Market Street last week. The Club sponsors the Food Pantry, and the new location will provide more space for both the Food Pantry and Clothing Room. Pictured here: L to R - Rich Daberkow, Ruby Martin, Mike Cain, Warren Poldberg, Dave Koos, Dave Gude and Mark Powell. Schlitz dedication slated for St. Mary's 90th picnic PANAMA -- The Rev. Michael B. Schlitz, known for his planting of I,I00 trees m Whispering Pines Park, Panama, more than 50 years Flrot Baptist Church - 1325 Chotbum Ave., Harlan, Jeff Nelson, Pastor. Friday,Aug. 11 - 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Vacatlon Bible School. Sunday, Aug. 13 - 7 p.m. Vacaon Bib School ofugmm. Tuesday, Aug. 15 - 9 a.m. Christian Women's. Wednesday, AUg. 16 - 7:30 p.m. mid.week service. Tlrsday, Aug. 17 - 8 a.m.A.B.W, breakfast at e I-laden Herin). t,,Orraneh,t Bapllst Church - Pastor 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, 10:45 a.m. morning worship aervlne, 7 p,m, evening worship service, 7:30 p,m, Wednesday Bible study and prayer. St. Paure Episcopal Church - 712 Farnem, Ft. Glenn Rankin. Sundays - 1at, 3rd, 5th - 11 a.m., 2nd lind 41h - 9 a.m. Tuesdays - Holy Eudmdst, 9:30 a.m. Con9regatlonal United Church of Chrrat - P.O. Box 271, 1211 19th St., Hen, Derma A. Brayrnen, Pastor. Sunday, Aug. 13 - 10 a.m. morning wohip. ago, will be honored in dedica- tion ceremonies at the park this weekend. The dedication will be part of the 90th-anniversary parish picnic festivities in Panama on Saturday and Sunday, August 12 and 13. The dedication cer- emony will be held on Tues- day, August 15. The ArchBishop Leo Arkfeld of New Guinea will be the guest speaker at the dedication ceremony, which begins at ap- proximately 7 p.m.; immedi- what is now called Whispering ately following the potluck Pines Park, located on the supper, northeast edge of town. Aplaque will be constructed Although a highway rubbed and dedicated in Schlitz's name. out a good number of the trees, It will have a picture of Schlitz quite a few still remain stand- and will give the life history of ing. his fatherhood. . Schlitz retired in September Schlitz, 96, served as the of 1969 and is presently resid- second pastor at St. Mary's ing at the Little Flower Haven Catholic Church in Panama for Nursing Home in Earling. He more than 43 years. He and a will be present at the dedication group of his parishioners ceremony. planted well over 1,100 trees in Woodbine hosts first-ever Apple Festival The fwst ever Western Iowa Apple Festival is scheduled for Sept. 30 in Woodbine. The event will be the culmi- nation of two year's of antici- pation and planning for the community where a new ap- ls processing plant will be- n operation this fall. Jim and Norma Rock, co- chairmen of the festival, say them is a very "upbeat" atti- tude about the project, and they note that cooperation thus far has been "fantastic". "We hope to have a full day's program which will P irovide something to enter- n persons of every age and interest level," Rock declared. The' tentative schedule of events will include an antique and classic car show, skydiv- ing exhibitions, a quilt show and a display ot arts and crafts. Among competitive activi- ties will be a baby contest, a bicycle ride, a youth soccer tournament, a scooter race and a cross country run. He also stated that any- one with questions or ideas could contact him at 712-647- 2996 or the festival secretary, Judy Schiltz, at 712-647- 3079. 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