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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Itaplds Sat.. OH. 3 The O.N.E. Store's Goal By I'iil Peters Clothes liir ten rculs. rood liir two in three cents iner cnsls. Iliiusehiilil items Inr a lew eeiils nvcr II will be a renlily ;ifler mid December when the (Ink Mill Noinhliorlinnd Kxpcnmeiil (O.N.K.) store will iijieii al IDlll Ninth street SK 'I'he shire is nut ;i new MMilnre. Km the hist five .M'ars. Churches I'nited. the orKanualinii which evolved Irinii the Cedar Hapids-Marinii Ciiuneil nf Churches, has sponsored sucli a More at street and Twell'lh SK. New Building This year. Hie building Churches I'liilcd was remini: was snld and the if it wished to continue the program, had to find another hnildiiiK. The delegates of Churches t nited passed a resolution Sept. Tj approving the pur- chase of the building at the Ninth street address and the building's renovation. Kay Vaughn, president of Churches Cnitcd. said tile pnrcliasc prii'e of the liuiMmi: was Tin- deal on tbi> biahliiiK was closed Del ITi The funds to liny the build- came from Churches ('nil- ed member churches, IIOM- moiiibor churches and the Campaign lor Unman Devel- opment ol the Archdiocese of Dubuqnc Vaughn said Churches ed estimated Hie renovation of Hie bnildiui! at S4.24II Kciioui- hun is neeiled to brills Un- building up to the city code slandards. Approved He said the delegates ap- proved S2.IIIHI as Us share nl the renovation project, with Ihe stipulation that if costs are more Vaughn can come hack and ask for more funds. Vaughn said the remaining SILMII wiiuld hopefully he do- nated eilher in cash or materi- als and labor. So far. he said. Iowa Pump and Supply Co. has offered heating and plumbing materials; and Adams Lumber Cu. lias offered building materials and Van Meter Co. has offered electrical materials. Vaughn said the Ilawkoyc Area Labor Cniiiicil has of- fered workers for the project X.obac Co. has agreed In loan Dean to the project In coordinale Ihe volunteer eoiistriielinn work- ers ViiiiKlin said he hopes most of the work can be done by hut if a volunteer 111 a cerium area is not availa- ble, he said Ihe work will lie hired. If anyone is interested in donating time ur materials, he should conlacl Hie Church- es I'nited office. I (HI! Third avenue SK.. or call the office. Vaughn said clean up crews are needed to wt ready lor Hie actual renovalion work. Me said labor has offered its lime anil money to Ibe project, but so far the business community has of- fered little to m-[ the bnildiiiK ready fur business Target Date Once the store is open, which Vaughn hopes will lie Dee. items such as cln- fond, household items and tools will be on sale or ailable for rent or loan. Vaughn said there will be no restrictions on who can use the store. Vaughn said Hie miiil of the store is to help fill Ihe nap for those people wlici have some money bill no! enough lie said Hie for Hie store would cilhiT be donated nr bought by Churches Culled. Vaughn said some wholesale food companies have the previous O.N.K. store cases of food. Vaiiulin said individuals can donate items lor sale in Ihe store, lie said usually Churches Cniled is able Id buy fond al a discount lor sale in Donations CldlliiiiK ilems. tools and oilier household .minds and cipiipiueiit can be donated by anyone in the community. Those with donations should call Churches Cniled. said Hie estimated ciisl of running Ihe store for a year is ST'JII. lie said Churches I 'llilcd has donated Ilia) amount, with hopes that if Hie estimation is low. (he money needed can be picked up Ihron.uh sales nr contribulidiis. lie said Hie ilems on sale in Ihe sttirc will be free of sales because Ihe slore is church affiliated. IhiweuT Hie properly will not be exempt from property taxes because mi worship services will be held in the buildiiiL' The Fufure O.N.E. Store A dedicatinn service will be held Sunday al a.m. for Word of Lutheran Church for Ihe Deaf. The church, lo- cated al Iiil5 Twenty-ninth si reel was the former Oakland Church of the Xa- xarene. Word of Odd church is the first and only church of its kind in Kaslern Iowa and Western Illinois. The church was in by Hie Hev. Quintin Quade. In .Iiily the Hev. Allan C. Pane was installed as pastor. The church building was re- modeled by the deaf and Ihe work was paid for by outside Kifls. The hiiildino; will be the center uf church work amony Ihe deaf for fellowship and meetings. Christian Science Charismatic Renewal Word of God Church The Hev. Waller Uhlig from Sioux Kails. S. D.. will be Ihe Klicst speaker (or the dedica- tion service. A service of IhiinksKivhtK will be held al p.m. with Ihe Hev. .lohn Lowden Lutherans Note Anniversary LOWDKN Trinity Luther- an church celebrated its 15th anniversary of Hie dedication of the present church building and educational facilities Sun- day. Oct. (Inesl preacher for the serv- ice was the Hev. Theodore .1. Kickelbei'K of St. Paid Luther- an church. Alden, who was Hie immediate past minister of Ihe Trinity cnnwrcKalion and served dunni; Ihe construction of the present building. Trinity dedicated the pre- sent facility Nov. 1. In the Trimly emigre- nation held a year-lout; cenlcn- nial celebration. Looking lor a ynnd buy or waul lo sell a stereo'.' Use Ibe classified ads for quick results! GALILEE BAPTIST f CHRISTIAN BOOKS 1947 Washington Ava. RECORDS AM Sunday SCHOOL AM Morning Service Evening Wed, Service the New There are Iwo things lhat every individual may bolieve, Satan's or God's truth (the Every individual has Ihe liberty to STORE but every person must Ihen live with his decision Satnn offers 1st Ave. SE turmoil and elemol misery, Chrisl offers inner peace and eternal Rapids 366-7189 GOOD NEWS BAPTIST CHURCH PASTOR TERRY I SUNDAY a.m. a.m. SERVICES MORNING SERVICES T EVENING SERVICES FREE TRANSPORTATION 365-3334 MEETING IN THE YWCA 31 8 4th Street an evening of Gospel Music SAT. OCT. 267 PM KENNEDY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM an -Free Aamission- idH hy limy Monlgnmeiy, Station Mnnager KIOF IM 104.fi Ximmerman. president Inwii Dislriel Rusl. L Chnreli. Missiinri speaking. A Iniffel supper will Inllnw Ihe alteriiiinn serviee. nf the nilieran Synnd. Jules (.'cm will a puhl- ie leetnre nn Chrislian Seience Tuesday at Ihe First Church Jules Cern Leadership Seminar WKST UMOX The eurali Fall Leader- ship seminar nf Ilie Amcriciin l.utlieran Church vYiimen will he held at Lutheran church here nil Monday. Hi-Kistration lie-ins at a.m. with the Bible study lieniniiiiiK ill 111 .1.111. Work- shops are scheduled until noon. Mrs. Hnssell Weii.uer. IClxin. secreliiry nf education ul Ihe I'linference. will lead the al'ternniin Bilile study. HOLY SPIRIT SEMINAR with Missionary cvaiiRclist G. COBURN FOR PEOPLE OF ALL FAITHS SUNDAY-MONDAY TUESDAY (HTOBKIt 27-2S-2II NIGHTLY, I'.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 2531 St. N.K. PHONE DR. CARLSON PREACHING FESTIVE REFORMATION SUNDAY SERVICES and 1 A.M. If you're looking for a church home, come and worship with us. RADIO BROADCAST SUNDAYS 9-.30 a.m. KLWW U50 noli' Dnylililit Snvincji ,.nds Snlu.dny Sri youi clack', hock ciiw liour FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 1000 THIRD AVENUE SE CEDAR RAPIDS Lutherans Weekend Renewal I'ci-Miiis from nuirc limn IIMI slates iiiuj pads nl Canada will HalhiT fur Ihe stTowl I'lipcr Midwi'sl HcKinnal INI Ihe HiMicwnl. Annual cinileri'nei1 held NIIV. 1 In 3 nl Hie St. Paul civil1 cciiier, St. I'iiul. Minn, linli Mninford. l-'nrt Lander- iliih1. I''lii.. and Kevin Kan- Siinlli Bend. hid., will nive Ihe keynnle addresses. of Chrisl. Scientist, audito- rium al X p.m. Mis tuple will be "Chrislian Science: Its Hevelalinn and Us Relevance." lie will descrilie how individuals have over- come poverty, liarmonixeil hu- man relationships and healed disease llirnuuli spiritual means alone. Valley View Baptist The Kev. Warren Maguu- siin, executive secretary of the Baptist (Jeneral CdUfereiicc, will speak al Ihe Valley View Baptisl church Sunday al a.m. lie will speak on the budk nf Kcclesiasles. Hillside Wesleyan SKiOCKNKY Kdiir eon- pies were appoinled as a fael finding learn al a Oct. 1-1 concerniim Ihe forma- lion df a Lutheran conureua- tion ill SiK'iunioy. Mr and Mrs. Stanley Hasiiiusseii, Mr. and Mrs. lleaford, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hading and Mr. and Mrs. John were appoinled In look into a possi- ble location lor services and sccuriiiK a minister. A second will lie held Monday al p.m. in Die Communily room df the Kirs! Trnsi bank The Rev. (iene .lakubek. S. .1.. Milwaukee, will hold a weekend nl' Henewal al All Sainls parish Thursday through Sunday. Kathcr .lakubek will speak Immanuel Baptist Church Hiiy Tindal of Youth for Christ will speak Sunday at a.m. and 7.15 p.m. at Immanuel Baptist church. First Assembly Of God Church The Kev. Gerald Coborn, newly approved Assumhlios of (Cunt. P. 8 (Jolji) Sam Blackbird has been named as youth pastor of Hill- side Wesleyan church. He bewail his duties Del. I. His responsibilities will be In coor- dinate all church youth activi- ties and ministries. In addi- tion lo his work al Hillside Wesleyan, he has an assign- ment with the Cedar Hapids for Chrisl working in the youth guidance division. Trinity Lutheran The Waldo WerrniK. chairman of the Mission board df Ihe Lutheran Church, Missouri Syniid. will make a presentation on Hie Church's mission activities and answer questions relative lo Hie Syn- od's Mission Outreach Sunday al the Trinity Lutheran school auditorium from 7 to u.m. at all of the following Masses at All Saints church: Thursday al p.m.: Fri- day. All Sainls day. al (i. 7, II and II) a.m. and at and 7: :tll p.m.: Saturday. All Souls day. al li, S and III a.m. and 5 p.m. and Sunday al li. and a.m. and noon. Father .lakubek has a background in sncioloKy and his television show. "The Answer Is is shown on many midwestern television stations. Some otlcnd cliurch for tlm same mountains: bocauso it's there. But shouldn't we attend because He is Ihere? Jesus said, "Where two or lliree ore gathered loucther in My name, Ihere am I in tne midst ol them." Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Wisconsin Synod) 2900 42nd St. N.E. 393-5736 ATTEND GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH THIS SUNDAY Sunday School A.M. Morning Service A.M. Evening Service P.M. Wed. Service P.M. Independent 440 So. 15th St. Home of Grace Christian School Grace Gospel Hour Sat. AM KTOF Free Bus Transportation Phone 377-5032 Fundamental Marion, Iowa KENWOOD PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH INVITES YOU TO JOIN US IN WORSHIP and STUDY SKiiviciis at mi SIMIAV SCHOOL al and Nursery Sciiiur Alin.T KMVATION OI-TKIIINCS MO anil Kenwood Park Presbyterian Church NOT MISS THIS SUBJECT Presented By Noted Preacher of Bible Prophecy Topics for this week Sat, Oct. 26, P.M. "Thi; Mark of Iliu Bunsl" Sun., Oct. 27, P.M. "Hull, Will it aver Bum Oul'.: Mon., Oct. 28, No Mooting Tucs., Oct. 29, P.M. "Sovon Wonion Aftoi One Mnn" Wod., Oct.30, No Meeting Thurs., Oct. 31, P.M. "The Devil's Wife" Fri., Hov. P.M. "Modern Day ProplioK Sal., Mov. 2, P.M. Church Would Potor Join if lin Wore [ivincj Toclny Sun., Nov. 3, P.M. 1 Tin? Onr Sin Con no t Forgive GOD'S LAST MESSAGE CRUSADE CONTINUES AT THE: 2nd Avc. 1 1th St. S.E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa For Free Transportation Call 393-6766 or 366-3800 Nursery Provided for the Toddlers   

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