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Friday -- 25 Fishwich i 00andwich . CONES ALSO TRY OUR AND Phone 482-1118 for Take Out Orders Ready on Arrival ROOT BEER FREE 12 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, April 7, 1971 CARTWRIGHT AREA NEWS Parties Held In C,00rtwright Area Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Skogen and boys helped Mrs. Ardean Skogen celebrate her birthday Friday. Mrs. James Gulllkson and children and Mrs. Alfred Gul- likson attended a birthday party for Pauline Korb at the home of Bob Eidsness in Falrview, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oakland, Fairview, became the parents Bauer Services Here Thursday Funeral services for Ida Bailer, 59, Sidney, will be held Thursday, April 8, 1971, at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran C hutch in Sidney with the Rev. Arlyn Russert officiating. Interment will be in Sidney Cemetery. Mrs. Bauer died Sunday night, April 4 at Community Memorial Hospital where she was taken shortly after being stricken at home. Ida Bauer was born at New Leipzig, N. D., Oct. 24, 1911, daughter of John  and Margaret Friesz. She was raised in,at area and was married there to Herbert Bauer Jan. 15, 1933. The couple lived in that area until coming to Sidney in Octo- ber of 1952 where they have lived since. Ida worked some years at Valley Meat Compaoy and has been working at Rey- nold's Store the past three years. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Surviving her are: her widow- er, Herbert "Bert" of Sidney; four daughters, Mrs. ROY (Betty) Clause, Worden, Mont.; Mrs. Richard (LueIla) Bux- bantu, Sidney; Mrs. Kelth (Dar- lene) Borders, Las Vegas, Nee.; and Mrs. John (,hirley) Gold- smith, Great Falls, Mont.; two brothers, Ed Freisz, NewLeip- zig, N. D., and Bill Frelsz, Missotfla; three sisters, Mrs. Rudolph (Emma) Uttke, Bis- marck, N. D.; Mrs. Edwin(Her- tha) Past[an, Missoula, and Mrs. Leonard (Helen) Sandau, Mandan, N. D.; and 11 grand- children. She was preceded in death by her parents and one son, Bennie. She is also survived by num- erous nieces and nephews. Drive Picks Up Money for Blind The 4-tl sponsored White Cane Drive has resulted in $358.69. 4-H members sold the minature white canes throughout the coun- ty for the benefit of the Mon- tana Association For TheBHnd, Inc. It is used mainly for the op- eration of their annual Summer Orientation Program. Clubs helping with the drive were, the 4-Leaf Clover, Yel- lowstone Lassies, Bror son Farmhands, Ridgelawn Boost- er, Prairie Clover, Hay Creek Busy Bees, Lone Tree Beav- ers, Timberline Workers, Brorson Busy Bees and the Breezy Flats Lads and Las- sies. The Brorson Farmhands collected $116 which was the largest amount brought in by aw club. The MAFB greatly appreci- ates your contributions to the White Cane Drive. The associ- ation also needs your help in finding these persons who are visually handicapped or whoare loosing their sight in order to tell them about the Summer Orientation Program. Write the MAFB, Box 536, Kalispell, Mont., for more in- formation and application blanks, or you may contact Mrs. Walt Bauman, Sidney, lo- cal White Cane chairman. of a son, April 1, at the Com- munity Memorial Hospital in Sidney. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oakland and Mr. and Mxs. Tabbert, Falrview. Mrs. Perry Elletson Jr. left early Saturday for Billings, to attend a bowling tournament. Claude Meyers arrived in Williston by train Monday from Spokane and was met by Emll Lassey. Claude spent the win- ter months with his mother and brother in Spokane. He is stay- iug with the Emil Lasseys at present. Mr. and Mrs. David Lassey entertained in honor of herpar- ents, Mr. audMrs. SigrudRudie of Fairview on their wedding anniversary last week. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lassey. Mr. and Mrs. Severin Fal- dalen and Roy, rural Williston, and Mrs. Nora Papineau, Will- iston, were visitors Sunday at John Dunbars. Mrs. Faldalen brought a birthday cake for her husband and shared it with the Dunbars. Mrs. Sander Karst, Glasgow, Mrs. Minnie Patterson and Mr s. Orville Herman and baby, Fair- view, and Mrs. Frank Leans visited at the ArnegardOld Peo- ples Home in Arnegard Sunday with their father and grandfath- er, Emil C. Johnson. Friends and relatives are in- vited to the wedding of Jacque- line Kallevig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. VernKallevig, Sidney, and Arthur G. Paulson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paulson, Cartwright, at the Trinity Luth- eran Church in Sidney April 17 at 7:30 p.m. (MST). The recep- tion will be held in the church basement. Mrs. Arthur Panlson St. and daughters, Janet and Karen, at- tended a bridal shower for Jacqueline Saturday inSidney at the hospitality room atthe Rich- land Bank. BLOCKS JAB - Brad Juhl, 146 Ibs., Miller, S. Dak., blocks a left jab thrown by Joel Sundheim, 152 Ibs., Fairview. Sundheim won by unanimous decision. The action took place Saturday night in Fairview at the annual "Fight of Champions." In the background, is Referee Billy O'Neil, Great Falls, Mont. watching closely. Program PI, u ,n, l by Missionary 2. lurch A program of sacred music will be presented by the 26 - voice touring choir of the Mon- tana Institute of the Bible at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, E Main and Third, Sidney, at 7:30 p.m. Easter Sunday. Under the leadership of M.I.B. music director, Ronald Ward, the young people will he presenting a varietY of both traditional hymn s and more con- temporary selections. Featured on the program willbe numbers by a male quartet, ladies' trio, and soloists. Also taking part in the serv- ice will be the school's presi- dent, the Rev. Harold Long- checker. He will present abrief message from the Bible empha- siziug the school' s philosophy of Christian education. He states the Montana Insti- tute of the Bible is preparing today's young people for Chris- tian service with students cur- rently attending from 15 states and one foreign country. The Rev. James Eschenbren- ner, pastor of the Alliance Church, extends a cordial invi- tation to the public to attend this special Easter musical program. Yellowstone Area N MRS. PETER HEINLE The flu has been making the rounds in this area and almost every family has someone that is ill. One day this week there were only three in the class at theEast Fairview eighth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mock went to Sidney Sunday to attend the confirmation services at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Don Beiber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiber, and Kurt Schoepp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Schoepp, were confirmed Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church. Ervin Martin made a trip to Wafford City Tuesday for the meeting of the McKenzie Coun- ty Planning Board. Mrs. Pete Kaimas has been a patient at the Community Me- morial Hospital in Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beiher entertained at a dinner Sunday honoriug their son, Don, on his confirmation that day. Guests wereMr, and Mrs. George Bei- her and Bob, Mr. andMrs.Har- low Beiher and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beiber and family. In the afternoon Mrs. Nelda Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Klein and Terry Klein visited there. The Mondak 4-H Club is haw ing their regular meeting on Wednesday evening at the East Fairview School. Lambing is going on at sev- eral of the local farms and everyone is hoping they will be through when spring work be- gins. Mrs. Eldean Flynn was host- ess to te members of the Hope Circle at the church Friday. Parent Teacher Conferences are being held this week on Wednesday evening and all day Thursday at the East Fairview School. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Seader went to Sidney Sunday to attend the confirmation at the Ebene- zer Congregational Church where their nephew, Jeff Lin- kei', was confirmed. They were guests afterwards at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Linker and family. Dallas Johnson, son of Mrs. Iver Johnson, had the misfor- tune to fall and break his hip. He is a patient at a Williston hospital. The Dallas Johnson's live in Wafford City. Mrs. Malmquist, mother of Sverre Gunderson, is a patient at a Williston hospital. Becky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Beiber, observed her fifth birthday with a party at her home, Monday. Guests were some of her small friends and their mothers. OnTuesday, relatives called at the Beiber home to wish Becky a happy birthday. Mrs. Rex Erps, Anchoruge, Alaska, has been here wsitiug her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin, Las Vegas, left the first of the week after spending some time here. Their father, Charles Martin, re- mains a patient atthe Memorial Hospital in Sidney but is much improved. Easter vacation begins here Friday and lasts through Mon- day at the EastFairviewSchool. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sanderson have named their new son, Christopher Robert. The San- dersons are moving from Glen- dive soon to Sidney where he will be employed. Coteen Saisbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Salsbury, celebrated her birthday this week. Mrs. Ben Sedlacek drove to Jamestown Saturday to get Glenn who attends school there. Mr. and Mrs. Benoit Hardy visited at the ChuckHardy home Sunday. Mrs. Carl Helm was hostess to the members of the Past Matrons Club at her home Mon- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hurley have named their new daugh- ter, Brandi Sue. Mr. andMrs. LonisStepanJr. went her mother, Tacoma, that day and the home awhile. The pone their 16 because et school. The regular East Fairview Monday. Mr. and and Melva for Easter and! Friday. TheY son, Mr. and dle. MRS. Mr. are the son, and Mrs. view, April 3. 7 Ibs. 131/2 oz Sunday George and Mrs. . and Mrs. Mrs. ily, Scheetz. The dinner Dannie firmed in a the Ebenezer Church sund, Wilmer Lore Godparents. Mrs. Gossett her home Marvin Russell Monday where eye Visiting at the was their who is Mrs. Spokane, I I Area Churc Services Christian and Missionary Alliance Church E. Main and Third 9:45-- Sunday School lh00 -- "'Accomplished: It Is Finished" 7:30 -- Sacred Concert by the Choir of the Montana Institute of the Bible Good Friday -- 6:30 - 9:30 -- Communion will be served to families. Rev. James Eschenhrenner Evangelical Church of North America Third Street and Third Avenue NE 10:.00 -- Sunday School 11:15- "Blessed Assurance: He AroseI" Rev. John Brakefleld Lutheran Brethren Church 203 2nd Ave. SW 7:00- Sunrise service at the church, breakfast served by the men 9:45- Sunday School 11:00 -- "The First Easter Gospel" 7:30 -- "A Mis-led Church" (Seven Churches of Revelation) Maundy Thursday -- 7:30 - Holy Communion Service Rev. Burton Bundy St. Niatthews Catholic Church 221 7th Street SE Holy Thursday -- 7:00 p.m. Mass of the Lord' s Supper Good Friday -- 7:00 p.m. Celebration of the Lord's Passion Holy Saturday -- 7.'30 p.m. Easter Vigil Service Easter Sunday -- 8:.00 a.m. Mass of the Resurrection 11:00 a.m. -- Mass of the Resurrection Rev. Patrick Sampson Rev. Jim Blrkmaier Church of Christ 4th and 9th Avenue SW 10:00 -- Bible Study 11:00 -- Worship Service 7:30- Evening Worship Thursday-- 7:30 p.m, Mid-Week Service Mr. Marion Hays Seventh - Day Adventist Church Saturday Services at the Latter Day Saints Church - 5th St. SW 2:00 p.m. Sabbath School 3:15 p.m. "Where is Death's Sting?" Thursday -- 7:00 Mid-week meeting at the Pastor's home. Jehovah's Witnesses 920 S. Lincoln 10:00 a.m. -- "Gaining Christian Maturity" Good Friday -- 7:30 p.m. Memorial of Ghrist's Death Presiding Minister Mr. Philip D. Bradshaw Lomdale Methodist Church 201 3rd Avenue SE 6:13 a.m. -- Sunrise Service by Senior Youth 9..45 a.m. -- Sunday School 9:30 s.m. -- "The Doubter Believer" 11..00 a.m. -- "I've Seen the Lord" Rev, Dwight Harshman The Rev, James Eschenbremer is pastor of the Christian and Mis- sionary Alliance Church. He moved to Sidney in June, 1970. He is a graduat of Los Angeles State Col- lege (B.A.), the St. Paul Bible Col- lege (Th.B.), the University of Seuth- urn California (M.S.), and has done doctoral work at the University of Southern California. Beaidespastor- tug, he has taught school, served as Dean of Students at Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn.. and been chaplain of the Juvenile Court, Ramsey Coun- tY, Minn. CORNERSTONE OF CHRISTIANITY God works in history: this is the cornerstone of Christian faith. Of all the religions that have explained man to himself, the most enmeshed in human history is Christianity. Not only does it endow the individual Christian with a purpose, but it gives the whole human narrative a beginning, a center and an end. It places God squarely in the early historical process. For Christianity is founded on great historical facts, the central facts of the human story. The crucifixion of Christ and the empty tomb proclaim that the cross is the only and complete means of salvation. It is the way to reconcil a rebellions and sinful race to a loving and just God, No one is surprised when men scoff at or ignore this message. Men have always taken offense at the cross. Many people today proclaim a "gospel" which tell men of the death of Christ on the cross but also prescribes something they must do to gain salvation. This is not Biblical. Other people do not so much prevert the me ssage of the cross and empty tomb as they just ignore it. They seem to sense no need to have their sins paid for. Indeed some people are offend- ed at the thought that they are sinnersin the sight of a righteous God. Where there is a sense of sin, itis usually the sins of others that concern us most. One's own sins are denied, excused, or blamed on others and society. But the cross and the tomb pro- vide the way by which God forgives and justifies man. American Lutheran Church Richey, Montana 2:00 p.m. -- Good G1 Friday "Crucible Off Calvery" Presiding Minister, Rev. Kenw and Rev. BrunkoandRev. Shugert St. Theresa's Catholic Church Lamhert, Montana Holy Thursday -- Mass 7:30 p.m. Good Friday -- Services 3 p.m. No Church Easter Sunday St. Catherine's Catholic Church Fairview, Montana Holy Thursday -- 7:30 p.m. Mass of the Lord's Supper Good Friday -- 7:00 p.m. Celebration of the Lord's Passion Holy Saturday -- 7:30 p.m. Easter Vigil Service Easter Sunday -- 9:30 a.m. Mass of the Resurrection First Lutheran Church Savage, Montana Good Friday -- Church open for prayer and meditation 12 noon to 3:00 p.m. Good Friday -- 7:30 p.m. brae Service (Service of Darkness) Easter -- 9:30 a.m. Wbrhip Service(Primary Church School participates) "Rev. Wqne Hoedt Zion Lutheran Church (ALC) Fairview, Montana Holy Thursday -- 7:30 p.m. Holy Communion Service Good Friday -- 1:00 p.m. Good Friday Service Easter -- 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunrise Worship 7:30 a.m. -- Easter Breakfast, served by Luther League 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. -- Easter Festival Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud Yellowstone Community Church Savage, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Rev. Jim Lewis, Missionary from Vietnam 7:30 p.m. -- Rev. Jim Lewis Mr. Charles Meehan, Supply Pastor The Church of Jesus Christ of the Fifth Street SW 8:30 a.m. -- Priesthood meeting 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 6:00 p.m. -- Sacrament meeting Tuesday- 4:30 Primary Wednesdays -- 7:30 p.m. Thursdays -- 7:30 p.m. Mutual Mr. Ross Wight, Branch President Pella Evangelical Lutheran Church 418 W. Main 8:30 and 10:15 a.m.-- FestofEaster service Tomb" 9:15 a.m. -- Family Study Session Maundy Thursday -- 8:00 p.m. Communion Good Friday -- 1:00 p.m. Good Friday Service munion Rev. Stanley Larsen Trinity Lutheran Church (Mi 214 S. Lincoln 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. Easter Services (9:30 a.m. Falrview) Maundy Thursday -- 7:30 p.m. Holy Good Friday -- 1:00 p.m. Good Friday Rev. Arlyn A. Russert Church of the Nazarene 5th and Central 9:45 Sunday School -, ,, ist' 11:00 The Resurrected Chr 7:30 -- "Example of the Rev. Evan Ksechele First Baptist Church E. Main and 4th Ave. 9:45- Sunday School 11:00 -- "What Seek Ye?*' 7:30 -- "Lazarus Raised From Rev. Gerald Fischer, Supply Peoples' Congregational 319 9th Avenue SW 11:15 -- "The Now of Eternal Life" 9:00 -- Service at Savage United Maundy Thursday -- 9:00 p.ra. (7:00 p.m. at Savage UCC) Good Friday -- 1:0 - 2:30 p.m. Union Methodist, Ebenezer and Pe Rev. Arnold Brown Assembly of God 414 E. Main 9:45- Sunday School 11:00- "The Battle of the Ages" 7:30 -- "Decently and in Order" Pasto Gene Vaale 7:00 a.m, -- Easter Breakfast for youth Governor' s Room Ebenezer Congregational 118 4th Avenue NW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:00 -- "I Know" Holy Communion Service. 2:30 p.m. -- Prayer meeting, conducted IZ' the German language /i /