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Nazarenes Hold Ground Breaking The of the Nazarene observed a historic breaking ceremony on property at the corner Ave. and 9th St. S.W., :the close of the regular morning service A good crowd of people at- the ceremony which was presided over jointly by the PaStor, ReD. Evan D. Kaechele, and district superintendent of the Rocky Mountain District of the Church of the Nazarene Dr. Ross Price. The church has sold its present property at the corner of Central Ave. and 5th St. and plans to begin con- struction of its new church within a few weeks. The Church of th Nazarene in Sidney has a long and good history. It was organized in the summer of 1930, after a series of meetings held in a tent pit- ched on one of the city parks. The new congregation wor- shipped in a number of tem- porary locations after its organization, and in 1932 they bought three lots on the corner of Main Street and Third Ave. Here they (lug a basement and worshipped in a basement church for many years In 1942 a building was erected on this foundation and the congregation moved to an upstairs auditorium. In 1948 the old Pella I,utheran Church was placed on the market and the congregation bought this property. They sold their present property on Main Street to the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church and moved to their new location The old church was moved to Sioux Pass and the Alliance Church built their new church on that property. Official Ground Breaking lev. Evan D. Kechele, minister of the constructed this summer. According to will be constructed at the corner of ChUrch of Nazarene here, turns over a Bev. Kaechele, several persons attended Lincoln Ave. and 9th St. S. E. 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Many changes have taken place during the ensuing years. It was organized with a charter membership of 15 active members. Of this group only one remains in Sidney - Mrs. Della lJghtner, 512 5th St. N. E. The others have all died or moved to other places. This church, as most others throughout the nation, has suffered from the "moving mania." Former members are found in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Texas, California and many other states of the nation, as well as in Canada and many cities and towns in Montana. There are nine of its young people in the seminary or colleges of the Church of the Nazarene across the United States, at the present time, and many others have been students in former years. There are also young people from this church in other secular schools and universities. Some have gone into Christian service, and others will be going when their training is completed. Missionary interest is high throughout the entire denomination and no less in the local congregation. During the last assembly year the Sidney church gave nearly $5,000 to district and general interests of the church. Of this figure more than $3200 was given directly to mission interests. The church operates a Sunday School bus each Sunday, bringing children from unchurched homes to the Sunday School. "Interest is high in the new buihling venture and it will be a happy (lay when the congregation will be able to move into its new sanctuary," said Rev Kaechele. Fairview Debate Team Wins First At District A Fairview Varsity debate team, Doug Buxbaum and Cole l',oehler, captured first place honors at the District 1 Forensics Meet at Wolf Point, Friday and Saturday. They will compete in the state speech meet in Missoula, April 6 and 7. Also qualifying for the state meet from Fair- view were Dennis Palmer and Roger Wangerud in Varsity debate, according to Fairview Forensics Coach Robert Timberman. Other debate teams com- peting at the district level were Glen(live, Wolf Point, Sidney, Medicine Ike, Plentywood, .lordan and Broadus. In Missoula the Fairview teams will compete against the top 54 debate teams in the state in all classes, AA, A, B and C. The Sldney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., March 28, 1973 - 5 Right In Style Jon DeVries is all set for spring so he can get out and try his new football. Actually Jon was modeling his outfit at the Rainbow Style Show "Pieces of April" at the Masonic Temple March 23. Sportswear, day wear, en- tertainment and evening wear styles were presented at the show. -- Dave Deonier Photo -- RE.ELECT- RALPH D. CRIGER POLICE JUDGE 37 Years in Sidney. Property Owner. 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