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vvw Sat., Aug 21 Wedding Dance --Tom and Sherri C Club Music by The EIDorados 10- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, August 18, 1971 What's M y Answer I QUESTION: "Has the ark of Noah's time been discovered?" There have been many ac- counts concerning the discovery of Noah' s ark. Marco Polo mew tioned discovering it at the sum- mit of Mr. Ararat in 1300. A Russian, Dr. Frederic Parat, claimed to have found wood from it in 1829. Again in 1840, T-..rkish workers claimed to have uncovered the prow of a vessel near Ararat. Airline pilots have often re- ported a ship-like shadow in the ice around Ararat. In 1915, a Frenchman, Fernand Navarra, brought back samples of wood verified as hand tooled, white oak and treated with apitchlike substance. However, the dating of this wood I carbon-14 tests have reaulte in dates of ordy 1300 to 1700-yesr s-old. This is much too young for Noah' s ark, which should be at least 4000 years old, if not older. Let me add that carbowl4 dating does have a credibility gap and is not proving accur- ate, but the gap is not that big either. Recent attempts in 1970 and 1971 have been called off by political shenanigans. So, at tiffs point, we are still without scientific evidence that the ark has been discovered. QUESTION: "In the past, thank God it is in the past,  I went away fromGndwhenlknew I shouldn't. I believe the Bible teaches that our loving Father has forgiven, but I can't forgive myself, can you help me?" I'm sure my help won'tbe ap- preciated at first, but try. Your heart isdeceifful and deaperate- lY wicked. What has lmppened is that you do not believe God's word. I know you say you do. YoU say you believe the heavenly Father has fnrgiven you, but if you really andhnnestlyhelieved it, you would also forgive your- self. Our self-adjusting mechanism works well and never fails us. When you say that your self- mechanism is not working, you mean your faith and confidence in God is not working. There ia also the chance that that retreat into sin. You are hoping to prove to Him that you are more just than He is and thus you will punish yourself, even if God does not. This meritorious act is worthless, rotten rags in God's sight. It won't work. W you will genuinely repent and experience God's clear for- giveness, you can and will for- give yourself. QUESTION: "How do we Christians earn the rewards that we will receive?" Please read about this in I Cot. 3:13. There you will find the statement that we are re- warded for our works. What works? I think it involves our time, not just l time, but our time for Christ. We are rewarded for the stew- ardship of our money. We are rewarded for our visiting done Hank Kittleson, Requiem* Mass Requiem Mass for Hank Kit- tleson, 29, Falrview, was cele- brated at 10 a.m. Aug. 17, at St. Catherine' s Catholic Church in Falrview, with the Rev. Pat- rick Sampson celebrant. Rosary was recited atSp.m., Monday, at Fulkerson Memori- al Chapel in Sidney. Interment was in Sidney Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ivan Cay- ko, Larry Davidsen, Ree Fos- ter, Jim Noble, Orlon Sundheim Paul Trudell. Ushers were Wayne Neu and Ted Sullivan. Henry Gilbert Kittleson was born at Sidney on May 15, 1942, son of Henry C. and Jennie Kit- tleson. He was raised onafarm near Fsirview and attended Fairview Schools. On June 5, 1963, he and Sharon Marie Duns were married at Fairview and the couple have lived in Fsir- view since. Hank died Friday afternoon, Aug. 13, at University Hospi- tal in Minneapolis. Death was caused by a stroke, which was caused by a heart condition. He had been hospitalized for about a week. Surviving him are: his wid- ow, Sharon, Fairview; mm son, Rodney (6 monttm, two daugh- ters, Suza.,me (7) ==4 Jont (f,, his father, Henry C. Kittieson, Fairview; two brothers, EIRoy, Falrview; James, Corvallis, Ore., and one sister, Mrs. Al- fred (Helen) Norby Jr. of Fair- view. for Christ and in his name. We are rewarded for kind deeds, kind words, even anything as simple as a cup of cold water. We are rewarded for ourper- secutions, for endurance in suf- fering for Christ, (please don't make bodily ailments, which are common to all, a part of the suf- ferings for Christ). We will he rewarded for our sacrifices made for Christ and the gospel' s sake. We are rewarded for what we do in Jesus' name. May I also take a minute to make it plain that none of these works are good enough to merit or earn salvation for a single one of us. Please donotconfuse salvation by faith and rewards for wor  done after one has been born again. QUESTION: "Will youtell me how many times 'Israel' is used in the Bible? It seems to mean different things." It certainly has different meanings -- four oftheminfact. Israel was first used as the new name for Jacob. You remember that his name was changed after he spent a night at Peniel on hisway fromMeso- potamia to Canaan. You can read about it in Genesis 32:22-32. Secondly, the nation,  the people of the nation, was called Israel or the Childrenoflsrael. This was a name used to desig- nate the whole nation of Israel. Thirdly, Israel was used to designate the northern kingdom after the death of Solomonwhen the nation was divided. The southern kingdom was called Judah. And fourthly in these latter times, a 20th century nation is called Israel. QUESTION: "Although Jesus called God his father, He al- ways addressed Mary as 'wom- an' rather than mother, How do you explain that?'' You are right in both of your statements. The word "moth- er" has certain ideas thatclus- ter around it. One of these is the beginning of life. A child which was not, has a beginning in his mother. Christ wasbefore He was born. Mary became the channel for Christ's descent into the world of men. Thus, in the sense of numrhoed' s beglnnLng, Christ Could not Call Mary His motIer. I do not sense anything irre- verent in the term 'wocnan' as Christ used it. He certsiniygave it a much more beautifld mean- ing than we do. You might be interested to know that we have no record of Jesus caking Joseph anything. In Luke 2:48, we have the only record of Mary calling Jesus "son." While Jesus taught His disciples to call God "father" or ',our father," He called God "my father." A DOG'S LI FE - Sympathizing with "Freddy," the St. Bernard, well-known in Lam- bert, is Dorothy Baker of Upper Black Eddy, Pa., as he suffers with everyone else during the area heat wave. Freddy noted, "It is definitely dog days type weather, but a red-head and a little brandy sure hetp to keep one cool." Girard Area ? { ews Notes Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jarvts and Jaena, San Rafnel, CaliL, were dinner guests of the Doug Johnson's, Monday. Mrs. Jar- vis is Mrs. Johnson's sister, Jan. . Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Sund. helm, Williston, visited at the Ed Lewis home last week. Mrs. Larry Trait and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lar- son visited at the John Con- r' s, Monday. Mrs. Einer Jensen and niec- es, Mrs. John Conroy and Pen- W drove to Williston, Wednes- day. On their way over, they stopped at the Fort Buford mu- seum. Mr. and Mrs. Con Simonsen visited at the Milton Bruns- void's, Sunday, to honor Mr. and Mrs. Tim Madison on their silver wedding anniversary. Mercier Rites Held Saturday Funeral services for "Dick" Mercier, 44, Sidney, were held at 10 a.m., Aug. 14, at Fullter- son Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Dwight Harshman officiat- ing. At those services, pallbear- ers were Looie Frison, Andy Frima, 4uLPetrlk Jr., J.q. Petrik Jr., Donald Petrik and Emmett Young. Organ selec- tions were "The Old Rugged Cross," "Beautiful Isle Somewere" and "Beyond The Sanset." Interment was in Sidney Cemetery. Fulkerson Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. MIUtary honors were rendered by Sidney VFW Post. James Richard Mercier was born Jul.y 25, 1927, at Enid, son of GUy and Betty Mercier. He was raised in the Enid- Lain- bert communities. He entered the U. S. Air Force in 1945 and was discharged in 1948. He returned to Lambert. He married Alice Frison Ju- ly 25, 1949, at Sidney. He has lived in Sidney since and has been ill the past three years .wlth-. was a member of the Sidney VFW Post. He passed away Aug. 11, at the Veterans Hospital in Miles City. He is survived by hismothnr, Betty, Sidney; one son, Duane Mercier in the U. S. Air Force in Great Falls and one broth- er, Don Mercier, Sidney. I ) =o To, I \\;llgl B w=t Girard Homemakers Club will meet Aug. 26 at the home of Mrs, Llllie Dahl. Mrs. Einer Jensen's nieces left Friday for Glendive tovisit their aunt and uncle, the Archie Scotts. Everything being sodrythere have been fires everywhere. Monday, Con Simonsen had a fire in his field, Sth'Klay night, the Girard community .was call- ed to help fight fires at the Elm- dale Cemetery, Hidegaray' s Martin's. Pastor Zngel and family, Newport, Ore., visited at the Don Banes and Frank Daniels, Sunday, Mrs. Eilene Inks left Sunday for her home in Hopewood, Penn. The Joe Miller Custom Com- biners, Walters, Okla., leftthis week. Mrs. Muree Stein, Seattle, Wash., and Marcelle Williams, visited at the Wayne Wicks, Sunday. Mrs. Stein is Mrs. Wick' s aunt. Mrs. I)oug Johnson and chil- dren visited at theBudCarter's Tuesday, to bid afarewell to the Jarvis', and to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Krix, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Mrs. Muree Stein, Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Stein is staying at the home of her brother, Claude (Ike)Williams, Sidney. SOUTH CULBERTSON Weekly Snoo MoerYatCh: ;lenvCHlUrbnem:: wife will Aug. 9, home with seven members pres- ent. Julie Herness had the dem- onstration and she choose to make walnut slices, which they had for lunch. Members work- ed on their reports. Mrs. Dick Sundheim, Mrs. Aldo Zoanni and Mrs. Herness were the adults in attendance. Mrs. Herb Bacon and Mrs. Gerald Raaum drove to Crosby, N. D., Wednesday. While there, they visited with the Oscar Selle' s, Clarence Groinsky" s, Hayden Lamperts, Mrs. Joe Raaum and Joe Rauum, apatient in the St. Luke's hospital. Deb- hie Groinsky accompanied them home to spend sometime with the Raaums. Wednesday, visitors at the Con Gustafsons were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kate, Three Forks. They were on their way home after a trip through Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Geald Raaum drove m Medora, N. D., over the weekend. While there, by coincidence they met his sister and family, the Oscar selle's. Beth Selle went home with the Raaums to spend sometime. Victor Gustafson called his parents Wednesday from Butte to tell them he was on his way to San Diego, Calif., for basic training with the Navy. Mrs, Wilfred Herness, along with several ladies from Trinity Lutheran Church, visited the Faith Lutheran Home in Wolf Point, Friday. Mrs. Evelyn Herness and girls attended the Blad- Myhr wedding in Williston. Mrs. Wilfred Herness, Jan- ice and Julie, left from Glen- dive for Billings. They return- ed Wednesday with Mrs. Her- nesses sister, Mrs. RuthMatte- tin. Second Lt. David Gustafson has arrived at his station in Bad Kissingen, Germany. His years - old. party Sowles, Tanna and Mrs. also there. I Con helped him The Dean and swimming son atthe The Art ledges the ing gifts. In son from Page. In The Family In son In Hulings Kendall E. W. page. Mondak ciety, Mont., phone See BLUE SHIEtU f Famous , - Gro e Ilivm ** 14ulth 220 E. Msln _ Office 482 - 2312 NOTIC To all Vietnam Veterans who discharged or being discharged, VFW Post 4099 in We will pay your membershiP year. Christian and Missionary Altiance Church E. Main and Third 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School 11:00 a.m, -- "Lest He Spare Thee Not" (Morning service broadcast over KGLE) 7:30 p.m. -- An Old Fashion service Thtwsday 7:30 p.m. -- The Mid-Week Fellowship Hour "What's My Answer?'' heard Mon.-Fri. 7:45 a.m. KGLE. key. James Escherrenner, pastor Evangelical Church of North America Third Street and Third Avenue NE 10:.00 a.m. -- Sunday School 11:15 a.m. -- Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week Service Rev. John Brake field, Pastor Lutheran Brethren Church 203 2nd Ave. SW 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School II:00 a.m. -- "A Swift Tongue and a Slow Foot" 7:30 p.m. -- "The SettUng of the Storm" Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid-Week Service Rev. Burton Bundy, pastor St, Matthews Catholic Church 221 7th Street SE Saturday -- 6:30 p.m. Mass Sunday- 7:00 and 10..30 a.m. Mass Rev. Patrick Sampson and Rev. Jim Birkrnaier, ministers St. Catherine's Catholic Church Fatiew, Montana Sunday- 9:00 a.m. Mass Rev. Patrick Sampson and Hey. Jim Birkmaler, ministers. Trinity Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) 214 S, Linooh 8:00 a lh00 a,m. -- Worship Service Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, Pastor Seventh. Dey Adventist Church Saturday Smwieee at the Latter Day Saints Ch.rch - 5th St. SW 2=00 P.m. -- Sabbh School - Method,of Missions 3:16p.m.- Mr. Omr Fuglested aks\\; Tsday 7:00 p.m. -- Mid-Week meti at Pastor's home, 201 Sixth Street SE Pastor Halyard B. Thon Jehovah's Wttnems 920 S. Lincoln 10:00 a.m. -- "HOW Your Life is Afftvd I Angels" Tm &00 p.,- Bible Study Thursda 7:30 p.. -- Theocratic Miatry schnol Mr, Fi.Up D. Brshaw, presldLng mLqater Ar a Church Services j , i , I The Conquest Of I1 00ner Space By EVAN D. KAECHELE Church of the Nazarene Wkile I write these lines, our astroauts are riding on the surface of the moon. We have "conquered outer space." This is no small achievement. It has taken man the full length of his history to perform this marvelous achievement. It is difficult to grasp the full impact of this performance: all the intricacies of planning, designing, manufacturing, assembling, split cond timing, the final Ilast off, the ride in space, the descent to the moon and finalb' the return home. Most people were skeptical about the possibili' of man ever reaching the moon, but now we canonb wonder: "Where to, from here." But, while we may have conquered outer space, there is another sphere we are having trouble with. What emt the conquest of inner space? Is there no help for the les, the battles, the conflicts, the de- feats that we constantly experienCe within? WhY is there so much hatred in the heart of man? Why so much greed? Why so much unrest? Why are people not satisfied, even when their cup of plenty Is full? I I I St. John's Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Fairview. Montana 9:30 a.m. -- Worship Service 10:30 a.m. -- Sunday School Rev. Arlyn A. Russert, pastor Lonsdale Methodist Church 201 3rd Avenue SF 9:.30 a.m. -- Worship Service Rev. Dwight Harshman, minister Peoples' Congregational Church 10th Avenue and 4th Street SW Services at Lonsdale Methodist Church Rev. Arnold Brown, minister St. Lawrence's Episcopal Church W. Main and 9th .Avenue SW No services until Aug. 29 Rev. Arnold Carlson, Rector United Church of Christ , Savage, Montana No Services during August Rev. Arnold BrOWn, minister First Lutheran Church Savage, Montana 11:00 a,m. - "Just AsiPAm'" trey. Wayne Hoedt, Minister .Man has never lived in a day of such plenty. Our minds are cram- reed with more knowlte than we can assimilate, and they tell us that the suppb' doubles about every 10 years. Our tables are loaded with the finest of foods, in quantities that steger the igination of two thirds of the people of the world. Our free moments are filled with a wide variety of entertainments. But Our Hearts Are Empty. God's word gives us the solution to the problems we experience within. In Ephesians 3:16-19, we have the formula for the conquest of inner space. Here in brief capsule form is the recipe: Our inner weaknesses can be filled with His strength. (vs.16); Our inner emptiness can be filled with His presence. (vs.17); Our inner spiritual ignorance can be filled with spiritual comprehension. (vs.lS, Our empty emotions can be filled with the fullness of His lOve. (vs. 19). It isn't Outer space tha bothers most of us. It's the problem of the inner life. Let us take the formula presented in God's word, and with the help Of God's abiding presence, conquer that untamed world-the w'Id witMn. I II I . I I . I I The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints Fifth Street SW 8:30 a.m. -- Ih'iesthood meeting 10:00 a.m. -- Sunday School 6:00 p.m. -- Sacrament meeting Tuesday 10:00 a.m. -- Primary Thursday -- 7:30 Mutual Improvement Association President J. Ross Wight GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH Sksar, North Dakota Services held 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of each month. Rev. Wayne Hoedt, minister Pella Evangelical Lutheran Church (ALC) 418 W. Main 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. -- "Two Men Went to Worship" Rev. Stanley Larsen, minister Zion Lutheran Church (ALC) Fairview, Montana 9:30 a.m, -- Worship Service Rev. Arthur N. Grorud, pastor Yellowstone Community Church Savage, Montana 10:00 a.m. -- Church Bible School 11:00 a.m. -- "A Prophet at the Crossroads" 7:30 p.m. -- Musical Request Night 8:,00 p.m. Wednesday -- Prayer and Bible Study Rev, James Lawrance, Pastor First Baptist ChurCh E. Main and 4th Ave. 9:45 a.m.- Sunday SchOOl lh00 a.m. -- WorshiP service 7:30-- Evang Rev. Gerald Fischer, Christian and Missionary Allill-" Rickey, Montana 950 a.m. -- Sunday School 10:50 a.m. -- Worship service 8:00 p.m. -- Evening ser.iFalilY Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. Rev. J. E. Brunko, Pastor Church of the N aze08 5th and Central 9:45- Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Worship service 7:30 p.m. -- Evening service Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Prayer meeting Rev. Evan Kaechele, Pastor Church of christ 4th and 9th Avenae SW 10:00 a.m. - Bible Study lh00 a.m. -- Worship service 6:00 p.m. -- Youth ClasSes 6:30 p.m. -- Evening WorsldP ,. mFi  Thursday 7:30 p.m. -- Mid.wee Marion H. Hays, minister b" I" Christian and Missiona.A_l.ssa Lambert, Mo" 10:03 a.m -- Sunday SchOl-,o lh00 a.- Morning W.t  . 7:30 p.m. -- Evening Seweeg - Wednesday 7:30 p.m. "" 'stOt Rev. Everett W. HanSerb * Assembly of God 414 E. Msi "!i  9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School . II:00 a.m. -- Mm-ning worship " : Rev. Gene Vaale, pastor Ebenezer Conffet 118 4th Avenue 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday School 2 11:00 a.m. -- Worship Service tim 2:20 p.m. -- German Languege Prayer  Rev. Everett Schoessler, minister