1935: Pastor Waldemar Gieschen was installed. English services were conducted every week and German services once a month.
1937: The schoolhouse was damaged by fire on August 12th and much of the restoration work was done by volunteers.
1941: The chancel was carpeted. Art glass windows and a communion rail were installed. New hymnals were purchased in April for $1 each. The church constitution was translated into English.
1943: Pastor T. W. Redlin was installed on September 12th. Extensive remodeling was completed in the parsonage.
1945: The congregation's name was officially changed to Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church.
1948: A Hammond organ was purchased for $1,886. Sunday attendance during summer months averaged 229 souls.
1950: Peace celebrated its 50th anniversary. Total membership is 477 souls.
1951: Pastor Arden Laper was installed. The church was painted for $310.
1953: A fund for a Christian day school was begun in July of 1952 and the school opened in 1953.
1958: A Building Fund committee was appointed on October 16th. All the members were visited and pledges wre taken for the Building Fund.
1959: Pastor Gerhard Kaniess was installed. In July a special meeting was called and the decision was made to purchase the Art Bean property for $3,500. The congregation, which numbered 135 families, needed better facilities and plans were made to build the new church.
1960: Work progressed on the new church to the point where the cornerstone laying service was held on October 16th. The bronze box set in the cornerstone opening contains a Bible, catechism, hymnal, membership lists, pictures of the church under construction, a large 1855 penny, a copy of a local newspaper and Native American relics.
1961: The church building was dedicated on May 7th; total cost was $117,835.67. The old church was sold for $1,500 and was dismantled. The school was sold for $1,000 and relocated.
1963: A new parsonage was built at a cost of $26,000; the old parsonage was sold for $10.100.
1965: During 1965, we shared our church facilities with Hope Lutheran congregation whose church had burned.