Zion-Friedheim Evangelical Lutheran Church

Welcome!  We are glad you have chosen to worship with us this morning as we continue our Lenten journey.  We hope that your spirit is refreshed by joining us, as ours is by your presence.  We invite you to return and continue with us on our journey to the foot of the cross, and then to experience the joy of the empty tomb on Easter.  If you are a guest, we ask that you sign one of our guest registries, found in either entranceway of the church.    If you are communing, please take a moment to complete a communion registration card.  You may give your card to one of the Deacons or place it in the offering plate.

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The Second Sunday in Lent
February 17, 2008

+ In Nomine Jesu +

Bulletin Table of Contents

The Order of Service

TLH Page 46
The Hymns TLH #3; #429; #394; #307; #324; #550, vv. 3-4
The Choir ”Without His Cross”


Faith in God’s Promises
Genesis 12:1-9 Faith obeys God’s command and accepts God’s promises
Romans 4:1-8, 13-17 Faith makes us righteous
John 3:1-17 Faith accepts Jesus’ promise of eternal life
The Sermon

“Who is this man on the cross?  I am the Son of Man.” -  John 3:1-17

Do you understand that…

  1. God, the Father, loves you?

  2. Christ died for your sins?

  3. faith brings eternal life?

The Acolyte

P. J. DeKoninck


+  Soli Deo Gloria  +

Statement of Communion Practice

We believe that in the Lord’s Supper we receive the true Body and Blood of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in, with, and under the bread and wine.  We welcome to our Altar all who share this belief and are fellow members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.  If you are communing with us for the first time, please speak to one of the Deacons or Pastor Dahling.

We thank Chris Hull for delivering this morning’s sermon meditation.  We pray the Lord’s blessings be upon him as he continues his studies for the ministry.  We also thank Rev. Tom Park for being here today, as he leads us as we receive the Lord’s Supper.

We remember our members who are celebrating birthdays this week—Lynn Fuhrmann, Laurina Conrad, Randy Everett, Brayton Kaehr, Ryan Linnemeier, Clara June Melcher and Jake Crosby Melcher (their first!), Merilyn Stoppenhagen, Mitch Baumann, Pam Everett, Don Gehres, Gretchen Hudson, Beth Kitson, Trevor Black, Rosa DeKoninck, Vivian Miller, Clayton Stoppenhagen, Kim Weiland, Analise Wilkinson, Kevin Buuck, Tricia Ripley, Nathan Conrad, Kylene Deitemyer, and Alex Miller.  We also remember those in the teaching ministry—Sara Rhymer who teaches in the North Adams system, Wava & Emma Lichtle, our 7th & 8th grade Sunday School teachers, and our Wyneken resource teacher, Cindy Roy.  May our loving Savior direct, bless, and guide their lives.

May the Great Physician grant health and strength to all who are in need of His healing hand.  We especially remember in our prayers Gerhard Kiefer who remains a patient at Adams Memorial, Zac Nahrwold (nephew of Don & Dave Buuck) who is recovering at home, Robert Hurst (Barb Geyer’s brother), Kelly Baumann (Trevor’s wife), and Troy Sinar (Dick & Donna Hileman’s nephew).

We remember those who are serving our country—Brian Moeller who is in Iraq, Jason Putteet, Cam Koldyke (Audra’s husband) who is in Iraq, our reservists, Josh, Zach, and Jacob Stoppenhagen, Mike Brandt, Cody Kiess (grandson of Gene & Irene Kiess), Josh Colwell (Tiffany’s husband), Danny Cross (Laura Knipstein’s fiancée), and Brian Journay (grandson of Dick & Alma Miller), as well as Lydia Reynolds (niece of Dick & Donna Hileman), Steven Banks (Dick & Donna Hileman’s nephew) who is a Marine serving in Iraq,  James Johnson (Jean Timm’s nephew), Randy McAllister (Fern Riemke’s son and brother of Kim, Terry, and Julie) who is serving in Germany, and Aaron Allen and Toney Hempel (Lucile Stoppenhagen’s grandsons), who have returned to the States.  May the Lord protect and guide them in their missions.

We remember in our prayers the friends and family of Emma Etzler, Lucile Stoppenhagen’s sister, who was called home to be with her Savior last Sunday and was given Christian burial on Friday.  May the God of all comfort be with those who mourn, reminding them of that great day when all believers will be reunited with their loved ones in heaven.

We remember the congregations of St. John’s Bingen and Mt. Zion Lutheran in Greenfield, Wisconsin.  Rev. Aaron Koch, who visited the area last week, has been called to serve at Bingen.  We keep both congregations in our prayers as well as Rev. Koch and his family as God guides him while contemplating this call.

The flowers on the altar are to the glory of God and in honor of Laurina Conrad’s birthday.  The flowers have been placed in church, with much love and admiration, by her six grandsons.  May the Lord continue to bless this family.  Flowers in loving memory of Alfred Buuck, placed there by his family, are also in church this morning.

We rejoice with Lowell & Jean Timm who are once again grandparents as their daughter, Alicia, and her husband welcomed Chloe Danielle Wagner into the world on Thursday, February 7.  May the Good Shepherd keep an ever-watchful eye on this most precious of His lambs.

Make plans to attend our mid-week Lenten service this Wednesday, February 20, at 7 p.m.  The sermon is based upon Exodus 17:1-7 (Moses brings water out of a rock) and is entitled “God Supplies our needs—the Source of Life.”

In addition to our Wednesday evening Lenten services, an afternoon service is held at 1 p.m. at St. John’s Bingen.  These services are designed for those who do not wish to travel at night or may have conflicts with an evening service.  The focus of these services, the Chorals sung throughout Bach’s St. John Passion and selected verses from “Jesus I will Ponder Now,” are designed as prayer services, however, the choral verse designated for each week will be sung.  Worshipers will sing, read, listen, and meditate upon each particular verse throughout the service. On the 20th, Pastor Dahling’s sermon, “Peter Gave it Scarce a Thought,” is from John 18:15-27.

You can watch Worship for Shut Ins on Sunday mornings at 6:30 a.m. on WPTA-TV Channel 21, at 8 a.m. on Digital 33.2 & Satellite 252 on Sunday mornings, or on Comcast Cable Channel 55 on Sunday and Monday afternoons at 4 p.m.  

Tune in to the Lutheran Hour which airs on Sunday on WLW (700) out of Cincinnati at 7 a.m. and on Van Wert stations WERT (1220) and WKSD (99.7 FM) at 10:30 a.m.   The program is broadcast on Sundays at 8:05 a.m. on WZBD (92.7 FM) and on WFCV (1090 AM) at 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Lutheran Hour can also be heard on WOWO (1190 AM) on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m.  Today’s sermon message, “God Gave,” is delivered by The Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus and is based upon John 3:16.  God gave His Son as a gift, to save us—no strings attached.  That’s something you don’t see every day.

Have you ever listened to “Issues, Etc.” that airs LIVE on Sunday evenings from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. on WLYV (1450 AM) in Fort Wayne and on a tape-delay basis on Sunday evenings from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on WFCV (1090 AM) in Fort Wayne?   You might want to tune in to it sometime.

Included in this morning’s bulletin is our weekly study guide, “Time in the Word.”   Next week’s theme is “Light to See.”

Pastor and Mrs. Dahling will be returning later today.  If you are in need of pastoral care during this time, please contact Rev. Daniel Brege at Preble or Vicar John Wurst at Bingen.

Board of Stewardship’s Food for Thought – First Corinthians 15 has been called the Resurrection chapter of the Bible.  It rings with the promises of God concerning our victory through Christ over death and our eternal life in Heaven with Him.  It ends with a command to stand firm in the Lord and to use our mortal lives in His service.  “Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain (1 Corinthians 15:58).  This is our stewardship response to God Who has given us all we are and have.

The LYF went skiing today and should be returning from Mad River in Bellefontaine, Ohio around 8 p.m. On Wednesday, February 20, enjoy a spaghetti supper with bread sticks, salad, drinks, and dessert.  Youth are reminded to bring one jar of spaghetti sauce that evening as well as some sort of dessert (pies, cake, cookies, pudding, etc).  Serving begins at 6 p.m. and a free will donation will be accepted.“  The youth are to be at the Parish Hall at 5:30 p.m.  

Due to our mid-week Lenten services on Wednesdays, the choir will meet following the worship service on Wednesday evenings.

The 7th & 8th graders are working on a calendar project and leftover stickers and/or stamps (the kind scrapbookers use, not those for letters) would be of great benefit.  If you have some you can donate (or stamps that you can loan), please talk to Wava Lichtle.  Thanks!

Thanks to all who have donated clothing items for the “Kids Helping Kids” project.  We are in desperate need of the following items:  boys’ underwear and socks (sizes 4-12) and boys’ hats, gloves, and coats (sizes 4-12).  Your help with this project is very much appreciated.

Cindy Wass will be the “Meals of Grace” coordinator for February.  If you know of someone who could benefit from this ministry of our church, please contact Cindy at 623-2209

Next Sunday is “Lutheran Hour Sunday.”  There will be a door collection on the 24th to benefit this ministry.  Please consider this as an opportunity to help the work of Lutheran Hour Ministries.  Gift-giving envelopes may be obtained from Al Hormann.

Plan now on attending the 26th annual LLL Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, March 8, beginning at 8 a.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 917 West Jefferson in Ft. Wayne.  The featured speaker will be Rev. Mark R. Muenchow, Pastoral Advisor to the International Lutheran Laymen’s League, who will speak on the subject, “The Power of Partnership.”  Several lay people will offer prayers for the church, and the world today.  Each person will also be given the opportunity to support Lutheran Hour Ministries.  Tickets may be obtained from Al Hormann for a donation of $6.  Tickets will also be available at the door.  All adults and young people are invited to attend this event.  Come, have a good time and hear an inspirational message from Rev. Mark R. Muenchow.

Plans are underway for our annual Soup & Sandwich Dinner to be held on Sunday, March 9, at Wyneken.  As decided at our Annual Meeting, the proceeds from the dinner will go towards repairing the stained glass windows in church.  Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will be supplementing moneys earned (up to $1,600) through their Helping Hands Care in Congregations program.  To make our dinner a success, your help is needed, not only to serve on a committee, but with your willingness to donate the ingredients for all our wonderful food selections.  Below is a list of needed items.  If you would rather give cash and let the committee purchase any needed items, this would also be appreciated.  Randy & Trisha Hockemeyer are chairing this year’s dinner, with Rich & Kim Weiland co-chairing.  If you are willing to donate any of the following (or cash), please contact Randy or Trisha (547-4744) or Rich or Kim (639-3804) no later than Sunday, March 2, and tell them which items you will be bringing.  Thanks goes out to all those who have already indicated their willingness to donate.  The following items remain on our “Still Needed” list:

Chickens – 7 whole* (need by 3-2)

Roast Beef – 55 lbs.

Noodles – 18 lbs. (narrow cut)

Turkeys – 2 whole* (need by 3-2)

Chicken Base – 2 lbs.

Beef Base – 1 lb.

Cottage Cheese – 5 lbs.

Tomatoes – 8 quarts

Pineapple Slices – 6 quarts.

Coffee (decaf) – 3 lbs.

Pear halves – 4 quarts

Chocolate Pudding – 1 gallon

Vanilla Pudding – 1 gallon

Tapioca Pudding – 1 gallon

Peach Halves – 8 quarts

Frozen Mixed Vegetables – 20 lbs.

The chickens and turkeys need to be to Mike & Judy Werling no later than Sunday, March 2. Salad and dessert donations will also be needed for the 9th.  Stan & Tami Stoppenhagen are heading the Salad Committee, while Glenn & Angie Buuck are heading up desserts.  If you wish to donate a salad, contact Stan or Tami at 728-9101 or e-mail them at stoppco@hotmail.com.  If you would like to donate a dessert, call Glenn or Angie at 639-3278.  Additional high chairs and booster seats are needed.  If you will loan these items for the dinner, contact the Hockemeyer’s or Weiland’s.  How would you like to chair the “Drive Thru/Carry Out Committee” or the “Car Parking Committee?”  If so, contact the Hockemeyer’s or the Weiland’s as soon as possible. 

Pastor Dahling will be preaching at Woodcrest this Thursday, February 21.  Helpers will be needed to assist residents to this worship service.  If you can volunteer your time, please contact Pastor Dahling.  You would need to be at Woodcrest around 12:45 p.m.  Thanks!

Don’t forget to pick up your copy of the 2007 Annual Report and the 2008 Membership Directory.  There are also copies of the Constitution and By-Laws for you to take home.  All three items can be found in the back pews.

The Adams County Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is planning an antique auction on Sunday, February 24, at the K of C in Decatur to raise money for the Relay for Life (a fundraising event for cancer that is held in June). Take a moment to look over some of the items that will be auctioned off next Sunday (a list is posted on the bulletin boards in church as well as in an insert in today’s bulletin).  There will also be a luncheon served at the Thrivent auction on the 24th.  Your help is needed.  How?  By donating some food, drink, and workers.  What?  One crock pot of sloppy joes, two stock pots of chicken noodle soup, and four 9” x 13” desserts (in disposable pans, but no cake or cookies).  Who?  Three people to serve from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. on Sunday, February 24, and two men to help move antiques from St. Peter’s to the K of C on Saturday, February 23.  If you can help with any of these requests, please contact Leesa Heckman (724-4340) or Betty Sielschott (724-3946 or e-mail her at sielschott5@hotmail.com).

St. John’s Bingen invites you to join them for their men’s open gym on Wednesday evenings at 8:30 p.m.  If you have any questions, you can contact Jon Zwick at 724-8980.

The men’s basketball doesn’t play again until the post-season tournament begins on Monday, February 25, at the Adams County Service Complex.  They will be facing Church of God at 7 p.m.  If you have any questions, please contact Steve Conrad (547-4597).

The church received the following information from the Decatur Rural King Supply—The week of February 18 through the 24 Rural King will be running a Fund Raiser Event at the local store.  Any purchase made by any member of our congregation can be turned in for a 5% rebate for our church.  You will need to turn in your original receipts (copies are not accepted, but we can make a copy of the receipt in the church office if you need it for your records).  Please have these receipts in to the church no later than Sunday, March 9.

Attendance:  Sunday Worship Service – 209; Sunday School – 33; Bible Class – 20; Monday Night Bible Class – 6; Mid-week Lenten Worship Service - 73



Last Week’s Contributions

Home Purpose


Missions – 2/6


Missions – 2/10


Wyneken News

Although Ultra Zone is no longer on the order sheet, there are still some certificates in stock.  SCRIP is also available in the school office at Wyneken on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays and after school on Wednesday and Friday afternoons.  See Kim about purchasing SCRIP this morning.  You can e-mail her at kimw@jwgroupinc.com to place your SCRIP order.

Science display boards ($3) are available in the school office.  Please have the exact change when making your purchase.  (Remember, your science projects are due this Friday, February 22.)  There will be a Science Fair Open House from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. next Sunday, February 24.  You are invited to come and look over the students’ projects.

The 4th & 6th graders have chosen to support the food kitchen at the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission.  Chapel offerings for February and March will go to the Mission to help them continue to serve three meals a day, 365 days of the year.  (You might even want to contact the Mission to see how you can personally help in the food kitchen.)

Monday, February 18, will be used as a make-up day for Wyneken (as well as North Adams).  If your child rides an East Allen bus, you will need to find transportation both to and from school that day.

Mid-term ended on Tuesday, February 12, with reports being sent home with the students on Friday, February 15.  Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, and Friday, February 21 and 22.  Wyneken dismisses at 12:15 p.m. both days (those riding busses dismissed at 12:10 p.m.)  East Allen parents will need to make transportation arrangements home those days.  If you need to use Wyneken’s Extended Care program, please make arrangements prior to the 21st by calling 639-6064.

Are you interested in the mowing job at Wyneken?  The Board of Education is taking bids for this job and would like all bids submitted by their next Board meeting on Thursday, March13.  If you have any questions about the duties and responsibilities of this position or would like to submit a bid, please contact a Board member.  Friedheim’s representatives are Mitch Baumann, Scott Hormann, and Duane Kiess.

Wyneken chimes will be playing at Preble’s 10:15 a.m. worship service on Sunday, March 9.  Students are asked to be there by 10 a.m. 

Take a moment to look over the Market Day order form that can be found in today’s bulletin.  When you buy three “Brunch Bonus Day” items, you will receive a free 9” stainless steel serving spatula, in addition to the school earning extra money for those items.  Also check out the “Munch Madness” items, “Sea Seasoned,” “Minus the Meat,” and “Afternoon Appetites” specials.  To receive the  “frequent buyers” special you need to order this month (and must have ordered for five months between September and February and at least $35 each time) to receive a free box of Margherita Pizzas.  Orders need to be returned to the school office by Wednesday, February 27, with Internet (www.marketday.com) orders and phone orders to be turned in by noon on Saturday, March 1.  Orders may be picked up in the old gym on Thursday, March 6, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.   If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Franke at 623-3992.

Wyneken is hosting an Open House for all Pre-School, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten students on Thursday, February 28, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  The Pre-K and Kindergarten teachers will be hosting a “Teddy Bear Time” during the Open House.  The children will have an opportunity to meet the teachers, view the classrooms, participate in numerous teddy bear activities, and enjoy refreshments.  The children are asked to bring their favorite teddy bear.  The childcare rooms will also be open and you can meet with childcare personnel to discuss how they can meet your childcare needs.

Attention:  7th Grade Students and Parents:  This Saturday, February 23, beginning at 9 a.m., the class will be recycling old desks as a fundraising project.  Students and parents are needed to help disassemble and load old desks for recycling.  Please bring flat head screwdrivers, hammers, and possibly pry bars and dress warmly, as we will be working outside.  Any questions, contact Brian Todd at 639-7291.

National Lutheran Schools Week will be held March 3-7.  Look for information about Wyneken’s plans and special events that will be sent home soon with the Wyneken students.

The Extended Care program has been told by the State that the paperwork is “in the mail” and hopes to be opening their all-day, five-day a week care program soon.  When State approval is received, infants (a total of 12 will be allowed) and toddlers will be accepted.  If you would like more information on this program, please contact Wyneken.  Additional staff (both volunteer and paid) will be needed.  Perhaps you would like to volunteer some time to help take care of the infants by rocking, cuddling, and feeding them.  (Help may be especially needed at feeding time!)  If so, please contact Tami Schultz.  They are also looking for infant items—cribs, high chairs, strollers, diaper genies, and infant toys.  If you have some that you would like to donate or sell, please contact Tami Schultz.  Remember, if you are able to support this ministry through donations or would like to volunteer some time (one day per week or, perhaps, just a morning or afternoon), please contact the school office (639-6177) or Tami Schultz at school (639-6064) or her home (547-4540). 

If you need a childcare statement for your tax filing purposes, please contact Tami Schultz at 639-6064.  These are being done by request only.


The first meet of the season will be held at Woodburn Lutheran School on Thursday, February 21, at 4:15 p.m.  The first home meet will be on Monday, February 25, at 4:15 p.m.  Come out and support our young athletes!


TODAY 8:00 a.m.

LYF Ski Trip

  9:00 a.m.

Worship Service with Holy Communion

  10:15 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class
  8:00 p.m.

LYF returning from ski trip

MONDAY 7:00 p.m.

Adult Bible Class

  7:00 p.m. Busy Woman’s Bible Class @ Blomenberg’s
TUESDAY 6:00 a.m. Early-bird Bible Class
  9:00 a.m. Morning Glories
  7:00 p.m. Stewardship Board @ Blomenberg’s
  1:00 p.m. Seminary Guild
  7:30 p.m. Altar Guild
WEDNESDAY 8:20 a.m. Chapel @ Wyneken
  6:00 p.m.  LYF Lenten Supper (Spaghetti Supper)
  7:00 p.m. Mid-week Lenten Worship
  8:00 p.m. Choir
THURSDAY 8:00 a.m. Thrivent Meeting @ Adams Memorial
  9:00 a.m. LWML Bible Class @ Adele Blomenberg’s
  1:00 p.m. Pastor @ Woodcrest for Chapel
FRIDAY   Newsletter articles needed in church office


February 24 9:00 a.m.

Worship Service (Dedication of Hymnals—170th Anniversary Service)

  10:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class
  11:00 a.m. Science Fair Open House @ Wyneken
February 25 7:00 p.m.

Adult Bible Class

  7:00 p.m. Busy Woman’s Bible Class
  7:00 p.m. Men’s tourney game @ Service Complex
February 26 6:00 a.m. Early-bird Bible Class
  9:00 a.m. Morning Glories
February 27 8:20 a.m. Chapel @ Wyneken
  6:00 p.m.  LYF Lenten Supper (Mexican Supper)
  7:00 p.m. Mid-week Lenten Worship
  8:00 p.m. Choir
February 28 9:00 a.m. LWML Bible Class


The words to today’s choir song, “Without His Cross,” are reprinted below.  You may follow along as the choir sings praises to our Lord and Savior.


Without His tears, there is no comfort.
Without His death, there is no life.
Without His blood, there is no pardon.
Without His cross, there is no crown.


Without His shame, there is no glory.
Without His grief, there is no joy.
Without His stripes, there is no healing.
Without His cross, there is no crown.


Lamb of God, you bring salvation,
And with your g race our hearts are sealed.
Lord, with your tears of love You bathe our sorrows.
In your eyes we stand revealed.


Without His tears, there is no comfort.
Without His death, there is no life.
Without His blood, there is no pardon.
Without His cross, there is no crown.


Without His blood, there is no pardon.
Without His cross, there is no crown.
Without His cross, there is no crown.

Sunday, February 24
K of C Building, Decatur, Indiana

Serving begins at 11 a.m.


The menu includes chicken noodle and beef vegetable soup,German Potato Salad
Hot Chicken, Sloppy Joes, Hot Dogs, & Coney Dogs
Homemade Desserts
Lemonade, Water, & Coffee

The Antique Auction will begin at 1 p.m.

See the complete listing below (and also on the church bulletin board.)

Sponsored by Adams County Thrivent Financial for Lutherans with all proceeds going to Relay for Life.

A special thank you to Knights of Columbus for use of their building and Weigmann Auctioneers for donation of their time.

Detailed list of Auction items available for sale

Unique items: Sausage stuffer, “The Free” treadle sewing machine, Large iron kettle (36 inches across), “Dazey” butter churn #40, Black spool bed, 5 gallon crock (bee design on side), Jewelry, DC & Marvel action comics.

Tools & Misc: Cross Cut saws, Hay cutter, Corn shock tool, Carpentry tool (A.T. Kings & Co patented 5/5/1874), 2 wood nail kegs, Ice tongs, Brace & bits, 2-handled brace, wood pulley, old S wrenches, wrenches, insulators, Milk strainer, Milk can, neck yoke, 2 single trees, iron shot maker, Eureka smoker.

Furniture: Oak chair with embossed leather seat, Oak high back chair, 3 chairs (round backs), 2 school desks, Wood highchair, wood shelf, 4 Maple latter back chairs, piano bench, 4 high back chairs, baby cradle.

Handmade by Marvin Conrad: 36-inch Oak mantle shelf, bowl with lid, maple bowl.

Household: “West Clock” alarm clock, Ivory handled crochet hooks, wooden ironing board, kitchen scale, reed picnic basket, laundry basket, 3 flat irons, Granite coffee pot, “Jensen” table radio, 3 oil lamps, “Atlas” canning jars with lids, metal cake carrier, long handled corn popper, 3 iron skillets, 2 jello molds, 2 glass juicers, juice decanter, “Wearever” aluminum juicer, ice cream freezer, candle holder, metal ice cube trays, tie rack, canning jars, “Iron glass” knife (pink in box), 7 crocks, jugs, 2 Aladdin lamps, religious plaque, cook books.

Toys:  2 “O” gauge trolley cars (463 Desire St & Powell/Mason St.), small cap gun, puzzle of U.S., wood horse on wheels, wood marionette doll, comics, metal tricycle, wood doll bed, train engine (wind up), metal stove, metal wagon, Games: Candy Store, Disneyland Riverboat, Milton Bradley Whirl Out, iron horse & buggy, metal barn yard set.  

Advertising: Preble mug, Ritz cracker, Old Spice bottles, 3 cigar boxes (Wm Penn, La Fendrick & R.G.Dunn), candy tin from Germany, Adams Co. Coop mug, 30x36 Holthouse Furniture sign, Old time Threshers & Saw Mill Operators button, 2 yard sticks, Equity Dairy ashtray, old pencils, McNess tin, First State Bank iron bank, Arnold Lumber calendar.

Dishes/glassware: ink well, Black marble vase, Green “Red Wing” pottery vase, 2 “Welmer” Germany plates pink floral, Plate “Stetson“ Floral with maroon & gold edge, 6 red stemmed dessert glasses, China figurine, Small china pitcher, Music box “Towle Porcelain,” glass bell, Cut glass salt & pepper shakers, Glass goblet, Triangle shaped dish, Relish dish, 6 Avon wine glasses (crimson), Bluish milk glass plate, green depression plate grape pattern with starburst center, meat platter “Johann Havilland” gold rose pattern, various old bottles (green, brown, blue & clear), Empire St. Bldg. tea pot, bowl “Myott Staffordshire England,” “Bristol” glass vase, “Flow Blue” plate, Fenton” bird, Ironstone soup tureen. .

Paper: small German bible – 1892, animal photograph, post cards some from Germany, ABC’s of Nature book, 1966 Guns magazine, Christmas angels, box of sheet music, Webster’s dictionary - 2036 page 1964.