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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - October 02, 1936, Ames, IowaFriday Octobie 3 amen daily to Buke Ames Iowa fags lab Story county sunday school meeting wed the annual Story county Sun Day school convention will be held in the first congregational Church Here next wednesday with j t Himmel of Ames president of the sunday school association in charge the of the convention will be workers together with god George Kellogg of Nevada be in charge of the opening worship service at a m and o g Herbrecht of Des Moines will deliver the Sermon on Toro Christian education div Islona conferences will be held at 10 a m for children youth and adults the Rev j m Kennedy of Nevada will open the afternoon session after which reports o committees and election of offic ers will he held Paul a Olson of Story City will talk on the world sunday school convention at Oslo Norway which he attended this summer and the Rev a r me Laughlin Host pastor will talk on religious leadership education our share in a great task will be the subject of the evening Sermon by 0 g Herbrecht to be followed by a one act play the whirlwind by the Story county players sunday services in Ames religion and health will the subject of the four sunday eve rung services Christ during the Church of october the Pas Tor will speak on this subject this sunday evening what a doctor says will be the subject oct 11 or Gilbert of the Iowa sanitarium at Nevada will be present to Lead the discussion and there will be Opportunity for All to ask or Gil Bert questions about religion and health on oct 18 or Arthur Mclaughlin minister of the Ames congregational Church will pre sent the viewpoint of h sympathetic pastor on the same subject under the title what a pastor says he will especially recommend helpful books again there trill be discussion and Opportunity Lor questions the last sunday evening the pastor will conclude the series with a message on conquering our inner enemies these services Are held sunday evenings at in the Church parlor and visitors As Well As members of the Church Are invited to attend holiness group at Iowa Center Sun the next meeting of the Boone Story county holiness association will be held at the Iowa Center Church at p m sunday it was announced Friday by miss Laura Whitaker of Nevada presi Dent of the association mrs g a Mclaughlin of los Angeles will sing and the Rev Willis Craven will deliver the Sermon new aeronautics lab at Iowa state a new aeronautics Laboratory for the mechanical engineering department of Iowa state College will be completed october 20 it has been disclosed by prof m p Cleghorn department head the building which was formerly used for other mechanical engineering purposes will contain drafting tables for use in air plane testing and engine the engine test room will divided by a masonry partition con Taining a plate Glass window which will enable students to wit Ness tests without the wind dust and noise of the propeller St Johns by the Campus episcopal Rev Leroy s Burroughs Rector 8 a m students corporate com Munion a m breakfast for students reservations necessary 8 a m faculty speaker a m Church school 11 a m choral eucharist ser Mon do this in remembrance of me 7 p m students social hours p m Public lecture by the Rev Irvin Deer educational advisor for motion picture producers and distributors wed 7 a m eucharist followed by breakfast Church of the Nazarene Rev f a Hahn minister 10 a m sunday school 11 a m preaching service 7 p m Young Peoples meeting 8 p m evening service wed 8 p a prayer meeting St Cecilias Catholic Rev j m Campbell pastor Rev f m Mulcahy asst masses sundays and holy Days a m s a m and 10 a m week Days a m and s a m confessions saturdays and the Day before holy Days of obligation and the first Friday of each month Christian science a m sunday school 11 a m morning service subject unreality wed s p m midweek service this Church holds services in the City Library auditorium the Eree Reading room in the Ames building and loan building is of Baptist Rev j Harold Gamble minister a m Church school for All Ages a m morning worship Sermon religion is a treasure 5 p m High school b y at the Church wed p m midweek devotional meeting Roger Williams House a m College classes 6 so p by supper hour for Stu dents 8 p m College b y forum led by Ray Cunningham 9 p m Fellowship hour United Brethren Rev Ernest l Shaffer minister a m Church school a p Ball Leader 11 a m morning worship ser Mon gods will for the brother Hood of Man p m Endeavor prayer meeting p m senior and intermediate lesson period p m evening worship Cal Church program 8 p m Sermon Why has the world gone mad wed p m prayer and Bible study Rev or Walter Leader first methodist Rev Walter Morgan minister a m rally Day in the Sun Day school prof c s Dorchester mint a m morning worship Lude Allegro contralto Solo by mrs Young my god and father while i stray 5 p m Christian Endeavor Frisble House a m discussion group led by Ray Donels p m Fellowship meeting Story county churches Slater Bethlehem sunday school at 10 a m special program at p m under the auspices of the Dorcas Circle mass Carrie Lar Bon of Moines will Tell of a cent trip to Europe choir prac uce thursday at 8 p m Tilty school at 10 a m morning worship at 11 a m evening services at p m Bethany sunday school at 10 a to morning worship at 11 a m evening services at p m Bethany lutheran sunday school at 10 a m morning worship at 11 a m choir practice thursday at s p m Gilbert sunday school at 10 a m preaching service at 11 a m school at 10 a Ai Sheldahl Venice in on week Days from 3 to a p m or toccata in d Sermon not want us Toat 1c a Rab Asket dinner at noon know Organ numbers by mrs Harold Giebelstein choral and Pray Church of Christ Rev Jack Finegan minister a m free bus for students leaves West Gate a m Church school a m morning worship and communion service talk to Chil Dren Jesus our beet hero p m Sermon past pre Anthem by chorus choir led by Carl Ringgenberg the prayer of the penitent Solo by Carl Ringgenberg j heard the voice of Jesus say p Myoung Peoples pro Gram Chape talk by prof Dwight Espe discussion groups led by sent and future third period for professor and Robert mor children p m Christian Endeavor at the College y m c a p m evening service in the Church parlor subject Reli Gion and health1 lutheran Rev Amos w stolen minister a m graded sunday school 11 a m divine worship Sermon to whom shall we go senior choir directed by mrs e e Martin a life in god Organ numbers by Anna Marie Nosback contemplation scar Vesper Al the mighty fortress p m students social hour Francis Cook Leader 6 p m supper p m devotional program Dick Peterson chairman p m no evening service on this subject m account of the circuit choral j concert at Radcliffe ran collegiate presbyterian Rev Walter Barlow minister a m Bible school special classes for College students 1c 45 a m morning worship Sermon the Miracle in the Sanctuary special choir and pipe or Gan music 4pm student Council meeting p m hour p m Westminster fellow ship missionary meeting mrs r e Buchanan representative on the presbyterian Board of National mis Sion will speak about work of he Board p m High school Christian Endeavor manse no 2 73c p m fifteen minutes of or Gan music p m evening Church ser vice Sermon How to understand the Bylbie first of four addresses Garnavillo wins Competition for testing groups the Garnavillo cow testing As 3 Socia Tion of Clayton county will be announced As Winner of the stand Ard association contest at a ban Quet of association members and cow testers Friday night in water Loo at the Dairy cattle Congress at the same time Ray Lange tester for the Garnavillo association will he Annon Rcd As Winner of lie contest to dete nine he woman Miner 9t London Only woman live who has worked As a British Miner underground mrs Eliza Beth Melling of Wigan has celebrated her 88th birthday mrs Mel Ling had her first Job was j2 years old drawing Coal in the pits of Lancashire she earned 35 cents a Day collegiate methodist Rev g s Nichols minister a m Church school a m morning worship Sermon what Jesus Means to men p m social hour p m Epworth league col lege Ana High school p in Wesley player tryouts congregational Rev a r Claughlin minister 9 a m orchestra practice under leadership of prof a r Lauer 10 a to sunday school Junior Church and forum 11 a m morning worship ser Mon a great hour in our life music prelude communion Truette offertory the Beautiful City Wilson Anthem Lead us o father prot Roe Post weekly sunday school Luton the macedonian Gall Deroue Aal Reading hebrews by we e Gilroy d d editor Tawee having finished Bis first mis and tonary journey Paul companion Barnabas his turned re to Antioch but almost the Wmk Eoina of chivas teem ing millions to Battle against age old oppression is the basis of s thrilling Romance of intrigue and adventure general died at Dawn showing Friday and sat urday at the new Ames theatre with Gary Cooper As a dashing soldiers Fortune who his Fate with the oppressed and with Beautiful Madeleine Carroll us the woman Whoso Charing used by a scheming warlord to destroy him the general died at Dawn was based on factual background religion of health Church of Christ of Tow f w immediately Paul conceived the plan of a second journey to the cities in Asia minor where they bed already founded churches or perhaps one should say established groups of disciples i inf them in the Faith at the outset one of those unfortunate rifts which occur even Between food men and in the Best of organizations marred the feeling of personal food will and left a blot upon the Early his tory of the Church the quarrel concerned John Mark who had been the com Panion of Paul and Barnabas on the first journey but who had left them during journey apparently As Paul thought without food reason Barnabas wished to take John Mark with them Anjain Paul refused and the Contention Between the two food men was so Sharp that they i separated Paul taking Silas i his companion i but his plans by what he considered providential guidance were interfered with at More than one Point having visited the churches in Galatia he found himself at Troat on the Aegean sea across which was the continent of Europe Here at Troat a vision appeared to Paul in the night he saw a Man of Macedonia and heard him saying come Over into Macedonia and help us the significance of such a vision for a Man such As Paul was Plain immediately he Laid plans to go to Macedonia and arrived ultimately at Philippe chief City of the District Here he tarried and on the Sabbath Day went outside the Fate of the City by a Riverside where there was sup posed to be a place of prayer just what this Means is not Clear probability is that those who came by the Riverside to Pray were tames souls whose Devotion might Neve Mao marked in a Pagan City and the chose this place of Retreat and worship in the company but we Are that Paul spoke to women who were fathered there among ministry tip a most vivid of Paul j Hay 0 Lange tester keeping the Best set of rec ords and reports the past year the association will receive the Larrabee trophy offered by Fred Eric Larrabee it Dodge presid ent of the Iowa stale Dairy association and Lange will receive a watch presented by successful Des Moines Floyd Johnston Extension Dairy Man at Iowa state College revealed that of 30 Herd owners in the Garnavillo association one Mem Ber has tested continuously for 19 years four for 14 years two for 14 years and 10 for 10 or More years ninety seven percent of the members used purebred sires and fed balanced rations All fed legume Hay and 91 percent fed Sil age ten members fed an entirely Home produced balanced ration approximately 90 percent of the members fed Grain to dry cows and to cows on pasture the Scott county cow testing association of which Gerhard Mayer is tester placed second and the North Tama association John Jones tester was third Fay Ette no 1 association Morrii Swenson tester placed fourth and the Pioneer Cedar Falls association Albert Ratliff tester was fifth Evert near tester for the Al Kade Monona association placed second in the recor4s and report contest Homer Hadley Chicka saw association third Orlando Bye Winnebago association fourth and c h Jennings Henry county association fifth Nett of that Ion and Wynen in europ the Western world who have to Here remits Memen minered to the was m Nis experience fee suits en4 few civil service seeks fuel the United states civil service cram Salon has announced that Oral nation will he Given for various grades of fuel technologists salaries ranging from to per year full information j regarding May soured from mils Pearl Clayton at the Ames pos Toff ice applicants must Hare completed full 4yetr course leading to a bachelors degree in a College or University of recognised standing with work to chemical in await or repeated for Stfort time Only Montgomery wards in 5 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