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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1950, Winona, Minnesota                              SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1950 THE WINONA REPUBL1GAN-HERALD, WINONA, MINNESOTA Bishop Makes Appointments For Diocese Appointments for the _____ diocese of Winona were made xven His Excellency, the Most Rev. Ed-jHo_may the Misses ward A. Fitzgerald, bishop, at Theresa Walter, Martha Monsignbr Freking To Lead Pilgrimage A pilgrimage to Rome and European shrines will leave Winona Mondav led by the Very Rev. Frederick W. Freking, secretary to His Sency the Most Rev. Edward Fitzgerald, bishop of the Winonij Catholic diocese. the 27 members of the diocese entraining at p. m will including Monsignor Freking. They are Mrs, Albert jchrist June 18 Clara Evangelistic Meetings Here June IJJ to 30 A series of 12 evangelistic serv- heU at the church synod of the diocese at the College of Saint Teresa Thursday morning. The appointments are for ten years. Named vicars general were the Rt Revs. Bernard A. Kramer, Kel- logg and Joseph Hale, St. Joseph's, Winona. The Very Rev. Bernard Mangan will be 'chancellor and the Very" Rev. F. W. chancellor. Freklng, vice- On the diocesan tribunal Mon- signor Hale will be the omclalts and Moiwlgnor Freking, secretary. Syn- odal judges will be the Rt. Revs. John Gregoire, Immaculate Heart of Mary seminary; Julius W. Haun. St. Mary's college, and Robert E. Jennings, St. Thomas Pro-Cathed- ral Winona, and the Rev. Raymond Jansen, Rochester. The Rev. J. Alan McShane, Lewiston, will be promoter of Justice and Monsignor of the bond. ,____o___ ______ and the Revs. Joseph" McGtanls, Dodge Center, Harold Dittmari, Winona, and J. Richard Feiten, Rochester, will be advocates and notaries. Consultors Freking. defender Monsignor Speltz Lutheran Camp June 18-July 9 At Whitewater, About 280 boys and girls and Mary Gainey, 69 St. Charles street, Lutheran a student In the evening classes at P Lutheran Bambenek, Jean Bambenek and Theodosia Prondzinski. The group includes six Sisters of the diocese. Accompanying Monsigncr Frek-i ing's group from Winona to Rome) will be Sister M. Olga, Cathedral High school, and Sister M, Yolande, head of the social sciences depart- ment at the College of Saint Tere- sa, who will study at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, this sum- In New York they will meet Miss the college this year; Miss Marie Wegroan, Rochester, N. Y., of the at German department, and Miss Ju- lia Pflefer, Winona, of the busi- ness administration faculty, who will sail with them Wednesday on church will attend the Lutheran State park g __ __ Diocesan consultors are Monsig-1 Marseille, srs Kramer, Hale and Gregoite, j Rome Milan, the S.S. Washington. Miss Teodora de la Cruz, Teresan student from the Philippines who was graduated June 5, will fly to her home in the Philippines after completing the trip to Rome. The I Winona Sisters and students will 'arrive in Le Havre, and visit Paris, Nice, As- sisi and Venice before going Fribourg July 17. Plan to Study There Sister Yolande plans and" the Rt. Revs. Louis O'Day, Rochester: Donald Cunningham, Austin; Philip Matthews, Mankato; Clement Steger, Heron Lake, and John Grabowski, St. Casimir's church, Winona. Appointed as synodal examiners were the Monsignors Mangan, Freking and Speltz and the Revs. Frank McCarthy, Austin, and J. Stanley Hale. Worthington. Parish priest consultors are the Rt. Rev. William sister the defense of Catholicism to Rey_ Mrs. A. L. Mennicke, Winona, will be directors. The first two weeks will accom- modate boys and girls nine years to confirmation and the last week, from confirmation age up. There are 106 boys and girls enrolled for the first week. The morning confer- ence program. Including Bible study and choral work, will be held at Go to Church on Sunday Lakeside Congregational 30. In I charge will tie the Rev. Burdett Wakeman, minister of the Mason City, Iowa, Church ol Christ, and former Winonan. Mr. Wakeman spoke at the in May. All services will be at 8 p. m. to permit out-of-town visitors to at- tend. Special music will be pro- vided by the local congregation. During the first week the daily vacation Bible school classes will present parts of their program at the evening services instead of hav- ing the usual separate program. Mr. Wakeman's topic Sunday Is "Vanishing Vapor." At other serv- ices next week he will speak on "Seeing Christ Through Chris- June 19; "A Challenge to the Weakening in June 20; "By the Mercies of June 21' "God's New Testament Mission Carried June 22, and "There They Crucified June 23. For the second week of services Mr. Wakeman's topics are "Com- munion with the Lord." June 25; "ABC's of June 25; 'From Death Unto June 26; Central Lutheran (American Lutheran Conference) (Corner Center acd Sanborn) L. E. Brynettad. Pastor 9 a. worship. Sermon theme, 'Excuses Unto God." There will be but one service each Sunday durlne the sum- mer months. 12 school and parish pic- nic at the Cedar Valley Lutheran church grounds. Coffee, ice cream and soft drinks furnished by trie Lutheran Brotherhood. Bring picnic dinners. Games and contests for young and old during the afternoon'. m. m. Monday and continuing throughout the week, summer school for religious Instruction. Grades one through eight. -Children may enroll this ween even ir they did not attend last week. Wednesday, p. B at the home of Mrs. J. S. Bechter, 153 West Mark street. First Congregational (Corner Broadwmy tnd JobJUon) The Rev. Harold Rekstad, Minister (Comer of Sarnla and Grand) Otto Simon, Pastor a. church at school. Robert .Illman, superintendent. Classes for all ages. All Bible graded lessons fof Inter- mediate, Junior and senior classes. a. rhurch at The choir will sing. The pastor will bring the mttsace. p. people's hour. gelism. the park" shelter. The day's activi- "Seeing the Fulness of Christ's Ex- ties will conclude with a June 27: "When One Comes (Down the June 28; "Want- to be Saved and Em- ployed by June 29, and The Great White-Throned Judg- sing and vespers. Recreational activities will in- clude handicraft, swimming, nature study, volleyball, softball, badmin- ton archery and hiking. The June 30. ning program will include a stunt1 take courses in Thomistic philoso-jnjght each week and a banquet for phy, population problems, political senior group. There will be a science, economic organization of (registered nurse at camp. Europe. European economic recon- struction, contemporary. church history Gainey and will The Lutheran camp, one of four Lutheran camps within the Synodi- study philosophy, apologetics. Miss cai conference in Minnesota, had its first season at Whitewater in 1946, and the Revs. Walter Byron, Cur rie and N. F. Grulkowski, St. Stan- church, Winona. Censors of books will be Monsignor Haun and the Rev. Max Satory, Blue Earth. Monsignor Speltz will be rector of the seminary. Those who were named as deputies for the semi- nary were: Discipline, Monsignor Grabowski and the Rt. Rev. Ray- mond Galligan, Rochester, and temporalities, the Revs. John P. Sherman, St. Mary's church, Wi- nona, and Ambrose Layne, Fair- mont. Father Dittman will be su- perintendent ol schools. Directors The following were named as di- rectors: Apostleship of Prayer, the Rev. Raymond Snyder, Medford; Catholic charities, the Rev. John Mich, Wabasha; Catholic youth, the Rev. Herman Berrum. Foun- tain Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Father Dittman; Con- fraternity of Blessed Sacrament, the Rev. Harold Mountain, Stewartville; Council of Catholic Women, the Rev. Leo Neudecker, Kellogg; dio- cesan press, the Rev. Daniel Tier- nsy, St. John's church, Winona; Holy Name society. Monsignor Gre- goire; Lay Retreat association, Father McGinnls; Legion of Decen- cy Monsignor Speltz; Missionary Union of the Clergy, Father Ditt- man; Priests' Eucharistlc league, the Rey. Richard Barden, St. James; rural life, the Rev. William Schi- mek, Rose Creek, and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Mr. Wakeman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wakeman, 1067 West King street. The Rev. Harold Frost is the host church pastor, a Winonans Attend Wisconsin Synod Lutheran Rally Winonans attending the 17th Schmidt' athletics; Wil-lbiennial convention of the Western u.c Ham Ebel, St. Paul, nature study; district of the Wisconsin Liverpool. Besides seven days A. J. Sprengeler. St. Faul.jsynod at St. Pauls Evangencal science, history and language The camp staff for June 18 to Sister Olga, political science and July 2 includes A. J. Sprengeler, St. Paul, dean; the Rev. Harold Backer, La Crosse, assistant manager; the Rev. Walter Wegner, Moline, HI., Bible study; Mrs. A. H. Schroeder, Milwaukee, nurse; Vicar George Luecke and John Breitlow, Wino- na, lifeguards and swimming in- structors; Eugene Heuer and John to see the Oberammer- play and to return by a Irom where they will sail September 2. Sister M. Jeremias, Teresan dean oi students, and Sister M. Theo- phane, head of the speech depart- ment, expect to sail July 13 from New York on the S.S. Georgics for Rome, their trip will include visits to a number of shrines, including the Shrine of Our Lady of the Pilar at Saragossa, Spain. They will see the Chapel of the Cave at Manresa, Spain, where Saint Ignatius lived and worked in the 16th century, and will go to Avila to see the home of Saint Teresa. In Avila, an example of the medieval walled city of Europe, handicraft, and counselors, Miss j Lutheran church, Menomonie, Wis., Otha Ziebell, Ross Butenhoff, week were the Revs. A. W. Kilstofte, David Mahlke and Ken- neth Seebold, Winona, Mrs. Harold Backer and Mrs. Burton Loebel, La Crosse, and Miss Edna Ulbricht and the Misses Dorothy and Ruth Boljrer, St. Paul. The staff for the July 2 to 9 period is composed of the Rev. A. L, Mennicke, dgan; the Rev. E. D. the body of Saint Teresa reposes Eifert, Blue Earth, assistant dean; in the 15th century cathedral, Hi the Rev. Walter Rengstor Belvi- Father Dittman The Rt. Rev. William Schulte, Salvador. Sailing June 23 Sailing June 23 from New York on the Queen Mary will be Sister M, Hortense, teacher at St. Jo- seph's school. Her travels on the Holy Name pilgrimage will include visiting England, Ireland, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Austria and Switzerland. She plans to return in August. Pilgrims with the Helena, Mont., diocesan pilgrimage will be Sister M. Rosaline of the music depart- ment at Cathedral school and Sis- ter M, Canisius, principal of St. Joseph's school. They will sail July 1 on the Queen Elizabeth and will travel through France and Dubunue Iowa was retreat and to the passion play, Am- for the annual retreat for Winona jsterdam and London before sail- diocesan priests which was held at ing August 21 from Southamp- the college Monday to Thursday. Each day's activities of conferences and spiritual exercises concluded with a holy hour and benediction. The bishop celebrated the commu- nity mass each morning. His chap- lains were the Revs. R. J. Redder, Ellsworth, and Frank Enright, Ma- delia, and acolytes, the Revs. Henry Monroe. Worthington, and Edward Mountain, Austin. Portable Altars There were 24 portable altars set up in Lourdes hall to afford all priests the opportunity of offering mass each morning. Bishop Fitz- gerald was celebrant of benediction for the Thursday holy hour, follow- ing which the priests took part in the ceremonies for the laying of the cornerstone for the residence at the Immaculate Heart of Mary semi- nary, St. Mary's college. His Excellency, the Most Rev. Leo Blnz, coadjutor archbishop of Du- buque, officiated, and Bishop Fitz- gerald preached. In the corner- stone were placed copies of The Wi- nona Republican-Herald, the Wi- nonan edition of Our Sunday Visi- tor, catalogs of the seminary and St. Mary's and a list of the dioce- san officials appointed Thursday "morning, a medal of Pope Pius XII. and the names of the builders. Central Lutheran Picnic Planned ton. Their stay In Rome will be four days. Five Teresan faculty members, Sauer, St. Martin's church, and A. L. Mennicke, St. Matthew's and Goodview Trinity Lutheran chur- ches; Ray Burmester, St. Matthew's; Marvin Jacobs, St. Martin's, and Willard Matzke, Goodview Trinity. The meeting observed the cen- tennial of the founding of the Wisconsin synod, organized in 1350 at Granville, Wis. There were 223 ministers, teachers and laymen pre- sent, representing members of the district. The Western Wis- consin district is one of eight com-1 prising the synod, which has aj membership of persons. 10 a. school. 10 a. worship. "The Value of Profit." Music Sermon, pill In- clude the following organ numbers: "Pre- lude and Fugue In C Major" by "A Shepherd's Prayer" by Nevln and 'Festal March" by Roberts. The an- them, "Build Thee More Statsly Mansions" by Andrews, will be suns by i quartet. Robert Melde, soloist, will sing "If With All Your Hearts1' by Mendelssohn. p. scouts troop four. Church of Christ (Tb> Badlo Church) (Broadway and South Baker) H. J. Frost, Minister a. school. a. worship. 11 a. broadcast. "Feed My 8 p evangelism. "Vanishing Vapor." This is the first message in our evangelistic series. Burdett Wakeman, evangelist. Services every night except Saturday. June 18 to 30, The public is Invited. Assemblies of God (Corner Center and Broadway) Merle G. Freihelt, Pastor 10 a. school. Alma Smith, superintendent. Special recognition be given fathers. 11 a service. Oirls trio will sing. p. service. Miss Smith will lead the discussion. 7 p. service. 8 p. and Bible study. Sentence sermon: "They who bear the cross will always have it for a shelter.1 Faith Lutheran U.L.C.A. Northwest Synod (Corner Howard and Lincoln) John H. Slmonds, Pastor 9 a. school. a. prelude. 10 30 a service. Wednesday. p. Mis sionary society will meet at the church A. A. Johnson and Mrs. W. T p. hour and evan- church will Join Calvary llble church at the Calvary Free church or a slngspiration. Thursday. p. ladies mis. lonary society will meet at the Carl Stall- tnecht home in Pleasant Valley. Thursday. 7 p. rehearsal. Thursday, p. study and jrayer meeting for young and old. The daily vacation Bible school will throughout the week with ses- ions dally from 9 a. m. until noon. The chool program will be held on Sunday evening. June 35, instead of Friday. June 3, as formerly announced. Calvary Bible (Huff Street near King) N. E. Hamilton, Minister t a. gospel broadcast. a. school. Mrs, W. W. Campbell, superintendent. Classes lor all age groups. 8 a. communion. The young a. worship Special numbers. Sermon. "The Answered Prayer." p. people's hour. p. gospel service. Ser- mon, "An Old Testament D. D." Ipcop'o "attending the Carleton Wednesday, 8 p. practice. I conference will attend this service and Thursday, p. and Bl- havc breal_fsst In the parish house, ble study. 0. m._Morning prayer and ser- mon. Special music for this service will be the "Sen-dictus es" by Snow, _the 'Ju- Mrs. Klrkham are hostesses. will give the topic. Mrs. B. J. Soth va- Officers elected were the Rev. H. dere, 111., lecturer; the Rev. Elmer Mahnke, HlJlsboro, Wis., lecturer; the Rev. E. H. Eifert, Waseca, cho- ral director; the Rev. Herbert Nom- mensen, Fountain City, lifeguard; the Rev, Emil Onalaska, athletics; Mrs. A. H. Schroeder, Milwaukee, nurse; Mrs. E. D. Ei- fert, Blue Earth, recreation, and Miss Otha Ziebell, Winona, in charge of dining hall. St. Paul's Sending Group to Parley A group of members of St. Paul's! Mr. Nitz preached the opening Episcopal church will represent Wi- sermon Monday and the Rev. H. A, nona at the annual ProtestantiPankow, host pastor, was liturgist. Monday to Friday, 9 a cation Bible school. June 25 to September worship service will begin at a. m. Seventh-Day Adventist (Corner or Chestnut and Banboro) J. ML Mersbon, Minister 10 n. school. 11 a. services. Church services are each Saturday monv Christian Science (Comer West Sanborn and Ualn) The subject ot the leMon-wrmon In Christian Science churches In all parts or the world on Sunday, June 18, Is. 'Is the Universe, Including UaB, Evolv- ed by Atomic The golden text Is: "In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God. and the word was God All things were made by Him: and without Hta was not any thing made that was The following verse from the Bible Is among the selections comprising, the les- son-sermon: "Where Is the wise? Where Is the scribe? Where Is the dlaputer ol this world? Hath not God made loollih the wisdom of this (I Corinthians 'The lesson-sermon alao Includes the fol- lowing quotation from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scrlpturct" by Mary Baker Eddy: "If materialistic knowledge pow- er. It it not wisdom. It is but; a blind force. Man has 'sought out many Inven- service. Us 01 but he has not yet found It true that knowledge can save him from the' dire effects of knowledge." 198.) Sunday service at 11 a. m. Sunday school at a. m. Wednesday meeting at B p. A reading room Is located tn the church building. It Is open week. day afternoons from 1 to o'clock. St. Paul's Episcopal (M Broadway) (64 East Broadway} Clergy, George H. Goodreld and Thomas J. McEUijott Calvary Free (Across from Winona hospital) Anvie Peterson, Pastor a. school. A class for a. worship. Father's day sermon. Gudrun Berg will sing. p. service. Slag- splration. Thursday. p. club at the church. Irene Breisath will be the hostess and Jim Schulz will have charge of devotions. p. society. The men of the church will be the hosts for this service. Bethel Presbyterian (Corner Fifth and FranWlnl Albert Kinzler, Minister a. school. a. service. Monday rehearsal. McKinley Methodist (Corner Broadway and High) Allen W. Flohr, Minister a. school. Classes for all ages. a. service. Sermon topic, "Handling Our Worries." Prelude. "Largo" by Kandel. Solo. "The Holy Hour" by Nevln; sung by Mrs. Jerry Fln- ney. offertory. "Lullaby" by Brahms. Organist, Mrs. Robert Worchesek Vacation Bible day from bllate Chant" and the anthem, "O. Love the Lord" by Sullivan. H. G. Beaton, organist and choirmaster. Wednesday, 12 McElwaln unit will meet at the home o! Mrs. Loren Dickerson for a picnic. deanery women will have a tea at the Carleton conference, Central Methodist (Corner Broadway and Main! Truman W. Potter, Dr. J. Arthur Rinkel, 9 a. worship. Summer schedule. Prelude, "In Summer" by Steb bins. Solo, "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears" by Barker: Mrs. Paul Proker, so- loist. The offertory, "Andante" by Al- ton. Postlude by Merkel. Miss Agnes Bard, organist. Monday. 7 p. Scouts. three, Mrs. C. A. Ffelffer. Gllmore avenue. four, church library: Mrs. H. W. Wentworth and Mrs, L. A. Laufenbcrger, hostesses. Wednesday, 1 p. five and six. picnic, Bluffslde park. Wednesday. p. Circle eight, pic- nic, Bluffslde park. St. Matthew's Lutheran (Corner West Wftbasna and aigh) Church of the Lutheran Hour a. school and Bible class. a. worship. Sermon "Fathomless Favor." a. voters meeting. Nazarene (PUU) and Main) J. Paul Alexander, Minister 9-45 a. Bible school. [or all ascs. A brief program in honor of Father's day will be presented. a. service. Choir selection. Special music. Sermon by Dr. D. I Vanderpool, general superintended of the Church of the Nazarene, 6-45 p. people's service. The Rev. J. Paul Alexander, leader. p. service. Sini- splratlon. Special music. Sermon by the pastor. Wednesday, p. meeting. Roger Hemming, leader. Evang.-Presbyferian (South Baker and Klnc) B. G. Witt. Mlnteter a. school. a- worship. Sermon. "Spiritual Foundations." Mrs. Kenneth Rand will play the following organ num- bers. -A Sonnet" by Oranadw. "Cantt- lene" by Faulkes and "dothlc March" bT poschinl. The choir will sing. District youth rally at South Program begins with supper at 8 p. m. Wednesday. p. meet- ing of the Women's Union at the church. Thursday, p. rehearsal. Catholic Services The Cathedral (Corner Wabasha and Center) Rt Rev. R. E. Jenntno, Pastor Masses 8, and 11 a, m. Weekday masses and 8 sv. m. Tuesday evening services o'clock. Holy day masses at I 7. t and I a, a. St. Stanislaus (Corner Fourth and Carimona) Rev. N. F.-GnUkowild. Paitor and m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Weekday masses 7. and I a. m. Holy day I and a. m. St. Joseph's (Corner fifth and Walnut) The Rt. Rev. Joseph Hale, Pastor 8 and a. m. p. m. Weekday a, m. Holy 7 and a m. St. Casimir's fWest Broadway near Cwing) Rt Rer. J. E. Grabowild. Pastor Sunday a. m. and a m. Weekday a. m. Feast day a. m. and 9 n. St. Mary's rwest Broadway near Blercel Rev. John P. Sherman. Pastor and a. m. Evening o'olocfc I Weekday masses at Holy day and a. na, St. John's I (Comer Broadway and Hamilton) Rev. Daniel Tiemey. PartOT Sunday masses at 8. 8 and 10 a. m. Confessions Saturday at 4 and 7 p, m, Mother ol Perpetual Help Novtna day at p. m. First Friday Holy Communion at and 8 a. m Mass at 7 a. m. Holy day masses 6 and 8 B. Weekday at 8 a. m. C. Nitz, Waterloo, Wis., rechosenj president; the Rev. Richard Muel- ler, Jefferson, Wis., formerly pastor Wilson, Minn., first vice-presl- ident; and the Rev. H, C. KIrchner, isaraboo, Wis., second vice-presi- Ident, Re-elected were the Rev. C. G. Marquardt. Schofield, Wis., secre- tary, and Herbert Koch, Columbus, Iwis., treasurer. Episcopal Minnesota diocesan con- ference at Carleton college next week. Attending for the seven days will be Alan Welty, Donald Welty, Bar- bara Welty, Katherine Banks, two Cathedral Sisters and eighticharles Woods, Roger Mann and students will make the Queen's Belville of the youth group; pilgrimage, sponsored by the So-1 Mrs. Archie Davis representing the dality of Our Lady, sailing July 12. Winona deanery, and the Rev. and The teachers will be Sister M. Da- Mrs. George Goodreld. Mrs. Good- vid, head of the history depart-'reid will attend as conference nurse, ment; Sister M, Eiblana, modera-i Those at the conference study tor of the Teresan Sodality; Dr. courses in high school, college and Lilian McCarthy of the classical languages department: Miss Marion Grams of the business administra- tion faculty: Miss Gladys Schmitz Women's Guild-Auxiliary units. IlAssembliesof God Convention essayist was the Rev. Walter Wegner, Moline, 111., whose topic was "The Leaven of the Sad- ducees." The convention closed Thursday noon. Dr. Vanderpool Here Sunday Special Sunday morning speaker at the Church of the will be Dr. D. I. Vanderpool, Kan- sas City, Mo., general superinten- dent of the Church of the Sister M. Jamesette and Sister M. Maurice of Cathedral. Students Going of the chemistry department, and Church Participating _. j m District Meeting The loca] Assemblies of God Teresan students on the Sodality !churcn and the Rev. Merle G. Frei- pilgrimage will include the pastor, win participate in the Eleanor Wise, Elmore, Minn., North Central District council nior; Geraldine Breen, Fairmont, 24th annual Lake Geneva Minn., sophomore: Therese camp meeting and conference spiel. Waterloo, Iowa, sophomore; !to be June 21 to July 4 at Lake Anita Miller, Rushford, Minn., phomore; Jean Schumacher and Therese Jaszeskl, both Winona camp, Alexandria, speakers this year are the sophomores; Teresa Garcia, Cucu- jjev, j. Roswell Flower, general sec- ta, Colombia, freshman, and Vir-iretary of the Assemblies of God, .retary ginia Wise, Wabasha, fresh- iand the Rev. C. C. Burnett, repre- man. Isentative of the American Bible so- The group will sail from Missionaries to Africa, Bpr- York on the S.S. Roma and willineo, China, Ceylon, South America attend a summer school of Central America also will olic Action for six days on ship-lheard. Camp orchestra, choir andi board. Central theme of the schoolIspecial musipai talent will provide! will deal with Christian family life.lthe daily musical programs. After docking at Lisbon, they! The Lake Geneva Bible camp will will visit shrines at Fatima, its annual youth camp July St. Martin's Lutheran Church of the Lutheran Hour (Corner Broadway and Liberty) Alfred W. Sauer. Pastor George J. Luecke, Vicar 9 a. German service with holy com- Ensllsh service. Sermon, munion. Day." Tuesday, p. Adult membership rone. This visit to the local church is! of especial interest to the minis-! ter, the Rev. J. Paul for it was while Dr. Vanderpool was preaching in Walla Walla, Wash., that Mr. Alexander was converted to Christianity. The latter was ordained while Dr. Vanderpooi was the district super- intendent and he served under him seven years in the Northwest dis- trict in Washington. Dr, Vanderpool is stopping here on his way to conduct the district assembly of the Minnesota district in St. Paul Monday through Thurs- Thursday, S a. ra. Junior Walther league. East End Lutheran Mission (Broadway Theater. Broadway and High Forest streets) (Church of Lutheran Hourl Alfred W. Saner. Pastor George J. Lnecke, Assistant 9 a. worship. H Goodview Lutheran Church Church of the Lutheran Honr A. L. Mennicke, Pastor ti worship. Sermon, 'Fathomless Tuesday, 8 p. guild. Salvation Army (112 West Third) Captain Harry Annitage, Commanding Officer 10 a, school. 11 a. service. p. p. service. Wednesday. 2 p. sewing circle. Instruction in knitting, crocheting, day. Winona delegates will be H, C. Nelson, Mrs. R. F. Schwab, Mrs. I Thursday, s'p. practice. Stella Phillips, Miss Loraine Con-i 7 P. m.-Teacherspreparation class. the P. m.-Unlted service serrat. Lourdes and Paris, before going to Rome for seven days. The Prado Museum, center of Catholic 24 to 28. The Sunday schools and congre-jart at Madrid, is on the group's Central Lutheran! itinerary. The return trip will Cedar Valley Luth-ibring the Sodalist pilgrims- into gallons of church and eran church will hold their annual1 New York August 21. Sister M. ministrative Cassian, staff of of the ad- the college. picnics together Sunday at noon on the Cedar Valley church grounds. The picnics mark the close of the Sunday. school terms and are a part of the regular summer parochial schools. Central Luth- eran men from the Lutheran Brotherhood arranging for the outing are general chairman, Har- old Anderson; refreshments, Roy Chrlstensen; games and awards. ,_ ._.--. j Arnold Bentson and Lawrence! Shrine of the Miraculous Medal in ropean capitals. Miss McDonald i aid and .uavid will sail on the Queen Mary Sep- tember 29 on a tour sponsored by the Confraternity of Pilgrims. She will be accompanied by her sister, Miss Julia Lenz, Ellsworth, Minn. Their trip will include a visit to the aughty, Eldon Schramm and the Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Alexander, n Methodist Youths Going to Camp sophomore; "Mary McDonnell, Members of two Winona Metho- worth. Wis., sophomore, and Eileen dist high school Youth Fellowship Sweeney, Chicago, freshman. Sunday for the Teresan students also planningjMethodist youth camp at Pron- to attend the Fribourg summer Minn. Those attending from school include the Misses Joellen Central MeUiodlst for the Monday McDonald, Fort Wayne, Ind., senior; ithrough Saturday period will be Helen McLaughlin, ManistiqueJ Arthur Hill Charles Pletke, James Mich, junior; and Alline Robert Boardman Gary St. Minn., sophomore. MissjMmmo, Mary Bowman Diane McLaughlin will go by plane toiDonsr. Daune Olson, Martha Stuhr Paris, leaving New York July ll.jMarijo Baumann, Jean Krarung and At the close of the summer Eggert. Shrine of the Little Flower inlsion she plans to stay in McKjnley Methodist youth at Lisieux, the Shrine of Our Ladyjas she expects to receive an will be of Lourdes, the Lady of Fatima, Shrine of Ourlsignment from the Department ofjSpaag, Barbara Blackswit, Janet Avila and the'state to work in one of the Eu- Priederich. Jack Ambuhl and Don- Santelman; reservations, Fred Kra- ckow; transportation, C. L. Tot- man and Lloyd Warner, and cof- fee, Harry Eckert. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rice have charge of the Cedar Valley arrangements. Money Creek Supper Money Cretk, Minn. The Methodist church W.S.C.S. will serve a public supper in the church locial room Wednesday from 5 to 9 p, m. Hostesses will be che Mes- dames Philip Leighton, chairman, Walter Hughes, Robert Todd, Mary Fahrenholtz. Blair Stelplugh, Homer Stelplugh and Charles Chapel. Paris, and five days in Rome. Other Students Nine Teresans who will go on pil- grimages sponsored by the Nation- al Federation of Catholic College Students are Miss Sailor and the Misses Jeanne Murray, Buffalo Center, Iowa, junior; Jacqueline and Jeanne Bueter, Fort Wayne, Ind., sophomore and freshman, re- spectively; Marian Eibner, New Ulm, Minn., junior; Mary Ruth Fitzgerald, Plankinton, S. p., ju- nior; Eleanor Hughes, Riverton, Wyo.. sophomore; Patricia E. Grif- fln Teutopolis, HI., sophomore; Ar- lene Glosnlck, Cicero, HI., junior; Jeanne Minogue, Evanston, HI, will visit relatives in Ireland be-1 fore going to Fribourg for the sum- RUShford Men's Glib mer session and will make the __ grimage to Rome sponsored by the j To PlCniC JlinC J.J University of Fribourg in August, j Miss Mary Frances Kelly, Chi-! Rushford, cago freshman, has sailed with her parents on a pilgrimage. A num- ber of alumnae of the college are now in Europe and many plan to held Sunday, June 25, at the Farm- make pilgrimages during the sum- mer. An air pilgrimage group left Fri- day from Mankato, led by the Rev. Robert Sheehan. The pilgrimage to be led by the Rev. J. Richard been canceled. annual outdoor service and picnic sponsored by the Men's club of the Rushford Lutheran church, will be ers Community park. The service will begin at and the dinner will follow. Rudolph Paulson will serve the coffee and lemonade, Al- ton Morken will be in charge of transportation, and Carroll Juls- Feiten from Rochester' Sunday has rud win take over the afternoon's entertainment. June 22. p. Rev. Arthur 3avls, speaker. Pictures. First Baptist (Corner Broadway and Wilson) Joseph A. Carlson, Minister a. school with classes or all age Croups. Mrs. M. O, Holland, uperir. ten dent. 10'45 a. service. A program ntitled "The Abundant Life" will irescnted by the church school. Thursday, 3 p. service. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The Republican-Herald main- tains a delivery service to deliver papers to robscrib- crs to the city who may have been missed by regular car- riers. THIS SERVICE IS MAINTAINED UNTIL O'CLOCK EACH EVENING Dial 3321 Father's Day Sunday, IS Honor a Working, Fighting, Freedom-Protecting American DAD HOW old is your Dod? Is still much like a boy himialf? Is he fortyish, with hair just grayjng? Or perhaps he's still older, ond remembers other war-torn aoes before this! However you may see your Dad, remember you're all the world to him and your thoughtfulness is something he treasures. He'll welcome any gift you give him for Father's Day (especially a War Bond) and he'll be particularly happy if you join him at church tomorrow! Published a community tervice by BAKERY CO., Bakers of SUNBEAM BREAD ifCHURCH OF YOUR FAITH   

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