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December 31, 1970     Mercer Island Reporter
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MIReporter, Thurs Dec. 31, 1970 Page 4 Church ctory Redeemer Lutheran Church (Missouri ,synod) 6001 Island Crest Way W',lliam T Dierks, pastor AD 2-1711 or AD 2-8711 9:45 Family Sunday School I I :OO Worship Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 8500 S~ 40th, Mercer Island. AD 2 3270or AD 2 3059 Ross F Hidy Pastor ~ion Beistel Vicor Worship Serwce 8:45 am and 11 00 am S~ndoy Church School 950 to I0 40 Nursery Prowded Coffee Fellowshtp Hours Emmanuel Episcopal Church 4400 86th Avenue Southea,t AD 2-1572 Sunday Service 8:00.9:1S and I 1:00 o.m Church School & Nursery 9: I S TUESOAY: 7:30 PM Holy Communion and Healing Service WEDNESDAY: 9:30 AM Holy Commun~ St. Monica's Catholic Church Rev. 4315 88th S.E M.I. Sunday Mosses: 7: I 5, 8:30, 10:00 and 11:30 Confessior~s: Saturday 4 to `5; 7:30 to 8:30 Rectory -- 4254 88th ,5.E. AD 2-2900 John A. Walsh, Pastor Father ~redorick Mueller 9 Mercer Island United Methodist Church 00-94.$ a m WORSHIP-IN-FREE STYLE l& youth-aduh d=aloguel I000a m WORSHIP ~w*th cho, & sermon! S~NOAY CHURCH SCHOOL tprescho-ol-lumor h4gfll L lnfon; Toddler child core provided o! bolh ~erwce I 70th SE, AD 2-3044 Res AO 2-$828 The Rev C Richard {k)yd FIST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BELLEVUE S.E. 1 I cmd Lake Washington Blvd. In Fellowship with G.A.R.ILC. ~ndoy School 9:45 o m Worsh~p services. 11 o m & 7 p m Proyer serwce and B4ble study 7 p m,Thursdoy J.M. Kain, Pastor GI 4-6930 Nursery provided during services Mercer Island Presbyterian Church 3605 84th S E Family Worship 9: ! S and 11 : I 5 Church School 10:10 Child care and special program thru 6th grade Palms: lie Hiam J. lellm It ~ A. Crd AD 2-5595. I Mercer Island Baptist Church I 5017 90th S E Wednesday Ever'*ng Serwce 730 `5undoy School, 9:45 o,m Morning Worship, 11 am Troinmg Union 6:30 p m Evening Worship 730 pm Nursery Provided AO 2-2851 Rev, Roy P Belcher Church Mercer Island United Church of Christ (Congregot~nal--E & R) 4545 Island Crest Way AD 2-7800 Sunday Jan 3- A Specml Service of Dedicot0on LTh~b Greening of YOUr' Jome~ O Grlho~ M,n,ster ~./orshqD Church School Nursery 10am Ad 26136 Morning Mercer Island Covenant Church An Evangelical Protestant Church 78th S.E and 'SE 32nd AD 2-101.5 or AD 2-0519 Worship and Children Church I 1:00 a.m. Classes for all ages 9:45 Nursery Provided Home Bible Studies Thurs. 8:00 p.m. Pastor aurclette R. Paimborg Gain Radio Series Launching of a new radio series was announced this week by Mercer Island resident, William R. Thomas of the Christian Science Committee on Publication for the State of Washington. "Inspirational in purpose, 'The Truth That Heals' series is designed to be of help to people of all faiths. In recorded spontaneous conversation, people from many lands share firsthand experiences. "Beginning Sunday, January 3, nearly 1,000 radio stations, including 18 in Washington, will broadcast "The Truth That Heals" every week in the same time periods allotted to broadcasts in the previous Christian Science series, "The Bible Speaks to You" which has been on the air for more than eight years," Thomas said. "What Can I Do to Help and Heal?" is the title of the opening broadcast in the series on Sunday, January 3. AT NORTHRUP IN~ Martin Carver Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Peterson, Mercer Island is now attending Northrop Institute of Technology in Inglewood, California. Studying airframe and powerplant maintenance, Paterson is preparing for a career as an aviation technician. Peterson was graduated from Mercer Island High School, 1970. WHAT CAN IDOT0 HELP and HEAL ? Listen lh~s Sunday to the Chrustran Science Rad~0 Series tar some mtereshn# 0nsq~hts on th~s ouest=on 8:15 AM KRK0 1380 kc 8:45 AM KXA 770 kc 9:15 AM I~TNT1400 kc THAT Mrs. Shain Appointed Director Roselle Shain, Mercer Island resident and local artist, was appointed Director of the Grade School Department of the Seattle Jewish Community Center effective January I. Mrs. Shain attended Texas Christian University at Fort Worth and completed special courses in art education at Texas State University for Women. She was involved in religious education training at various synagogues, served as art instructor for the JCC and active in many art associations in the Seattle Area. TO REVIEW 'MALCOLM X' Rabbi Jacob Singer will review the "Autobiography of Malcolm X" at noon Wednesday, January 6, at the Jewish Community Center. Advance reservations must be made. Admission is $1.00, or $1.50 including light refreshments. GRADUATES Navy Seaman John P. Wittman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Wittman, of Mercer Island, was graduated from basic training at the Recruit Training Center, San Diego. Wittman is a 1967 graduate of Seattle Prep and attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. Electronic Kimball organs pianos $10 $10 a too. a rap. 'sH SELL LICENSE TABS Mrs. William Culver, left, president of the Women of Emmanuel, Mrs. Philip H. Fox and Mrs. James Steele, co-chairmen of the group's auto license tabs sale check over last minute details. The tabs will be sold Jan. 2 to Feb. 4 at QFC supermarket at the South Mercer Island Shopping Center. /V~I Reporter Photo Beginning this Saturday, January 2, the Women of Emmanuel Epsicopal Church will sell 1971 automobile license tabs every day except Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at QFC supermarket, 8421 S.E. 68th, in the South End Shopping Center. Sale of tabs will continue through February 4. February 4 is the day 1971 tabs must be displayed. This is the sixth consecutive year that Women of Emmanuel have offered this service. A fee of 50 cents is charged for every tab sold and the money realized is used to implement the work done by the group in the church and contmunity. Residents who have received renewal applications for their automobiles from the Department of Licenses at Olympia or who have either a validated 1970 "manual" registration or a validated 1970 pink registration may obtain 1971 license tabs from Women of Emmanuel. The State Department of Motor Vehicles will continue to issue new plates only on a replacement basis or for new residents of Washington and new cars. Again this year, the basic license fee is $10, excise tax is based upon 2% of the market value of the vehicle with a $2 minimum. The basic fee goes to the State Motor Vehicle Fund which allocates $6 to the Washington State Patrol for their operation. Excise tax which is paid in lieu of a personal property tax is used mainly for school financing. No automobile, regardless of age, will be licensed for less than $12 this year. Masonic Order Installs Officers Mercer Island Lodge No. 297 of Free and Accepted Masons of Washington will install officers for 1971, on Saturday January 2, at the Island VFW Hall, 72nd S.E. and North Mercer Way. The ceremony will be open to the public and will start promptly at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served and all friends are invited. Officers to be installed are: Roger Watts, Master; Kenneth Neel, Senior Warden; Leo Britt, Junior Warden; Very Worshipful Brother Dean Quigley, Secretary; Worshipful Brother Irving Nelson, Treasurer; Erling Dokken, Senior Deacon; Ross Kellogg, Junior Deacon; Frank Westhead, Senior Steward; Chester Cook, Junior Steward; Charles Phillips, Marshall; Wayne Pickering, Chaplain: Worshipful Brother Harry Greenwood, Tyler; William Acomb, Organist. Your Wedding is Forever you deserve the finest Photography by Larey McDaniel SU 2-5762 48 miniature memories all in color $80.00