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-EL PASO HERATJ).PQST. Saturday. .Tnnp 1 lQ7d Three El Paso Priests Elevated To Clerical Rank of Monsignor Three El Paso pastors were ordered, by Pope Paul VI, to be formally elevated to the rank of Monsignor, in ceremonies conducted by Bishop Sidney M. Metzger. of the El Paso Catholic Diocese. Msgr. William H. Ryan, pastor of St. Matthew's Church, was elevated in his church, yesterday. He served as pastor of three Las Cruces, N.M. parishes and was moderator of the New Mexico State University Newman Club. before his present assignment. MSGR. ROLAND VONDERHAAR was to be elevated today, at 5:30 p.m.. in Blessed Sacrament Church, where he is pastor. He served parishes in Silver City N.M., and Alpine Texas and was rector of St. Charles Borromco Seminary High School before Church Sets Garland Group Pentecostal Presents Revival Song,Worship MSGR. WILLIAM H. RYAN MSGR. ROLAND VONDERHAAR MSGR. FRANCIS LAPIEZA going to Blessed Sacrament. Msgr. Francis Lapieza will be elevated June 9 at 7 p.m., in Four Youths At Zion Will Be Confirmed Holy Family Church, of which he is pastor. He is also dean of El Paso Deanery, and was a missionary for the Augustinian order prior to joining the El Paso diocese in 1955. Four young people will be confirmed tomorrow, at the 10 a.m. service at Zion Lutheran Church, 2800Pershing drive. They are May Hatch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hatch; Douglas Rutan, son of Mr. End Mrs. Cody Turan;. Karen Schatte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schatte, and Robert Schrank, son of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Schrank. The young confirmands will receive their first communion in tomorrow's service. The confirmation was preceeded by two years' weekly instruction in the faith and life of the church by their pastor, Rev. Merrill M. Kluhsman, who will administer the rite. Unity Slates Special Day Tomorrow has been designated as Mrs. Frank Blower Day at First Unity Temple. Mrs. Blower retires as organist after having served First Temple for 20 years. She will be recognized at the 11 a.m. service tomorrow, and a reception will follow the service, in Fellowship Hall. Mrs. C. E. Jordan replaces Mrs. Blower as organist. The United Pentecostal Church, at 4726 Turf boulevard, will observe Pentecost Sunday tomorrow with Pentecostal singing, worship and preaching. Rev. Glenn T. Howard from San Antonio will be guest speaker, tomorrow, at 11 a.m. services. Sunday School is at 10 a.m. and the evening service is at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. THE UNITED Pentecostal Church began in the early 1900's, and was based on Pentecostal precepts taken from the Book of Acts. The church has remained evangelistic, and has not involved itself in social or political concerns. The church relies on evangelism on college campuses, convention halls, or in tne streets to get the message to the people, a spokesman said. Missionaries and national workrs in more than 60 countries report continuing revival and conversions. Sermon Topics AT AWARDS BANQUET - Knights of Columbus District 1 winners and dignitaries included, from left, seated: Carl I.eBlanc, State Youth Director, NederJand, Texas; Joseph L. Ceci, Texas State Warden. El Paso, and Don Kemp, Dallas, former program director. Standing, Frank C. Gonzalez, District 1 Deputy. El Paso; John Akers, senior master fourth degree- John Kane, Grand Knight, El Pasa Council No. 638. winner of first place award, Outstanding Council of the District and Arthur Henry, Knight of the Year, District 1, and member of J. I. Driscoll Council which won second place Outstanding Council of the District. The District meeting was held in El Paso last week. ASSEMBLVOFGOD FIRST: Rev. William F Hageman. 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.. PERSUASION 15 BETTER THAN FORCE; 7:30 p.m.. IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH. , VAI.LEV: Rev. f. C. Rocc 11 a.m. LOVEST THOU ME? 7:30 p.m.. WHAT PENTECOST MEANS. BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN H'USIDE: Dr. Hoter! Bennett. W.50 am. THt BORROWED-T0MB, 7 p.m.. THE GOSPE' OF CHRIST. CHRISTIAN NEW TESTAMENT: ftotxrt E Bi^pk, ID'iO am. NEW TESTArV.ENT WORSHIP, 6 p.m.. North American Christian Convention Him. CHRISTIAN, DISCIPLESOF CHRIST PARK HILLS: Rev. Wall/ Chapman 10'SO a.m.. THE CONFIDENCE OF A BE' iEFVER IN CHRIST. FIRST: Dr. Carlion D. Garrison II a m THE SOUNDOF HEAVEN CORONADO. Rev. Philip G Jauncey. Ham, S: THE LIVING SACRIFICE. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST: ftllreo Caiori and Mrs. Mildred Johnson. 10 a.m. ANCIENT AND MODERN NECROMANCY, ALIAS MESVERISM AND HYPNOTISM, DENOUNCED SECOND: Mrs, EUa Brock and Mrs. Ruin Bucls II a.m.. ANCIENT AND MODERN MECROUANCY, ALIAS MESMERISM AND PH- - PNOTISM, DENOUNCED. INNER LIGHT CHAPEL: Rev. J. C. O'Neill. 3pm ARE WE FULFILLING OUR MISSION HERE ON EARTH? JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES RIVERSIDE: R. Bopp 9:30 a.m. LAW AND ORDER: WHEN AND HOW? R Barnnart. 10-40 a.m. SHOULD THERE 8E A 'GENERATION GAPINTHECHRISTIANHOME? EASTWOOD; E. Preston 1 p.m. THE MISSIONARY JOURNEYS AND LETTERS OF THE APOSTLE PAUL; H Russell ? pm SHOULD THERE BE A GENERATION GAP IN THE CHRISTIAN HOME? NORTH: J. levin 9:30 a m . FINDING COURAGE IN A WORLD FULL OF FEAR, V Ctiiltick. 10:30 a m.. SHOULD -THERE BE A GENERATION GAP IN THE CHRISTIAN HOME? SUN VALLEY: J. Davidson ? p.m. RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY ISA SAFEGUARD FOR YOU.- L. N« 3 p.m. SHOULD THERE BG A GENERATION GAP IN THE CHRISTIAN HOME? WEST: H. Walker 10a.m. KEEPJNG CLEAN FORTHE SERVICE OF GOD; J Thaden. Ha m SHOULD THERE BE A GENERATION GAP IN THE CHRISTIAN HDMF? MARWOOD: W. Gillis. 9:30 a.m.. OUR RESPONSIBILITY 70 REFLECT THE GLORY OF GOD; P. Boyce. 10.30 a.m. SHOULD THERE BE A GENERATION GAP IN THE CHRISTIAN HOME? Him UTTER DAY SAINTS EL PASO WARD: Bisfiop Kim Santord. 5pm TEST (MONIES OF THE FAITHFUL SECOND WARD' Bishop Harry Nations. 2 p.m. FASTING AND PRAYER THIRD WARD: Bishop Guillermo Balderes Sr.. 2 p.m. HELP FOR THE NEEDY. FOURTH WARD: Bishop Gien aeecroit. 4pm STRENGTHENING TESTIMONIES FIFTH WARD: Bishop Lawrence Durntord 5 p.m.. DEDICATION SERVICES UNIVERSITY- President Larry AUred. noon. HUMBLE NESS BEFORE THE LORD. LUTHERAN 2ION; Rev Merrill M. KJusftman. 10 a.m., CONFIRMATION ST PAUL: Dr. Alfred G Belles 10 30 s m A DANGEROUS RENTE COST. ASCENSION: Rpv. H. W. Brill. 10:45 am.. POWER PROV ON HIGH. SI JOHN. Rev. Raymond Olson. 1Q:J5 a m . WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? AU HOPE. Rev. Philip J. Berry, R and 10-33 a m,,.GOD IS ... LUTHERAN, WISC SVKOO TRINITY' Rev. Denms Hatvarson. 10 3 m , THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. METAPHYSICAL CENTER' Llpwis "rube/. 9 a.m. INTERPRETATION; Wednesday, 8 pm. PHILOSOPHY. METHODIST LA TRINIDAD: Reu. Ramon Navarro. Dam. THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT FIRST: REV. Aubrey C. Walley. 10:45 a.m.. WHY PENTECOST? TRINITY: Or. Brodace Elkins 3:30 and 10:55 a m. SOUL; 7 p.m.. Or. H. L, McAiester. THAT TIRED FEELING WESTERN HILLS: Dr. Roierl M Templelon Jr. 8:30 and 1) a.m.. THE GREATEST GIFT- A LOVINGSPIRIT. PRESBYTERIAN MANHATTAN: Gary West. 11 em CHRISTIAN DISCIPLESHIP. ST ANDREW- Rev. Davis M Taylor, Ham HOPE INTHEMUDHOLE UNIVERSITY: Rev. Gordon S Bowie, 10 a.m. C OMM UNION. ALTURA: Rev. Don E MacNamara. 10:30a m , • i BELIEVE IN THE RESURRECTION OF THE BODY AND THE LIFE EVERLASTING. REORGANIZED tDS CANUT1LLO: Harry P Farlcw 8 p.m.. COME TO THE FOUNTAIN OF LiFE, KNOWLEDGE; Wednesday. B p m.. message service. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALrST COMMUNITY; fellowship Communion. 10:30 a.m.. Park, corner of Richmond and Alabama, WallWieder. UNtTY FIRST: Rev. Fayeth Fox. ll a.m.. FULFILL YOUR DESTINY; Wednesday. 8 p.m., GUI DANCE, OR WISHFUL THINKING. Our Savior To Confirm 15 Youth Fifteen young people will be received into membership at Our Savior Lutheran Church, through the rite of confirmation, tomorrow, at the 10:30 a.m. service. They arc Johnny Dethrow. Steven Goodnight, Richard Grimm, Brenda Hufford, Ralph Kepp, Kim Lombard!, Kris Lombards, Mary Nelson, Catherine Olson, Irvin Reeves, Ruth Ribera, Dianne Steelhammer, Julie Tiedmann, Jeffrey Voeltz and Tammy Vo'eltz. THE RITE of confirmation concludes two years of study in the Bible, as followed in the Lutheran Church. In the service, the young confirmands will join the congregation in receiving the Lord's Supper. The service, also observing the Festival of Pentecost, will include special music by the adult choir. Our Savior Lutheran Church is at 10200 Album avenue. Rev. David P. Bergmann is pastor. Baptist Graduates Thomas Michael Tedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Tedford of 5201 Wally drive, was graduated May 27, from San Marcos Baptist Academy, San Marcos, Texas. He was a member of the HILLSIDE BIBLE PRESBYTERIAN AN INDEPENDENT CONSERVATIVE CHURCH 4600LALUZ 10:50 a.m. "THE BORROWED TOMB" 7:00 p.m. "THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST" NOT CONNECTED WITH NATIONAL COUNCIl OF CHURCHES PRAISE THE LORD THE CHURCH AT EL PASO William M. luck, Portor Sunday at 10 a.m. at Sunday at 7 p.m. at tlBERTYHALl LIBERTY HALL ttnxtur»d tor Iht Holy SplrH-Hon Denominational You Are Cordially invited to First Baptist Church 205 MONTANA . DICK MAPLES,, PASTOR SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m. MORNING WORSHIP 10;SS a.m; "FORGIVENESS, HUMAN AND DEVINE" (Service tofoviwd II a.'m. an Channel, 13) . 7!00p.m. "TrK PEACE OF THE PRESENCt" Special Sunday School .Dfipa rtAwM'for iingle, divorced and toiiiiliiriiRiimiiihiffHrmiiiiiiiiMiim TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH MESAATYANDELl CHURCH SERVICES 8:30 and 10:55 AM Service of Holy Communion SERMON: "SOUL" Dr. Brodace Elkins 7:00 PM "THAT TIRED FEELIKG" Dr. H. L. McAiester (Nurseries Provided) New Testament To Show Film Of Meeting A film showing the history and recent sessions of the North American Christian Convention, will be shown tomorrow, at 6 p.m., at New Testament Christian Church, 5529 Threadgill road. The annual teaching and preaching convention has grown to be the largest church convention in the United States, and is sponsored by the free Christian Churches. SOME 15,000 persons arc expected to attend the sessions July 23 through 26 in Anaheim, Calif. This is a family convention and there are Teen and Children's sessions and a- nursery. The convention began in 1927, when these conservative churches split with the liberal Christian churches. Churches in El Paso supporting the convention are Eastside Christian, Westside Christian and New Testament Christian Churches. The public is invited to attend. There is no admission charge. Tomorrow's worship service is at 10:50 a.m. Robert E. Blazek, evangelist, speaks on "New Testament Worship." Track and Basketball teams, 1 and was named to the second All State team for 1973-74. He plans to attend the University of Texas at El Paso and major in electronics. Charismatic Congregations Set Union Meet Rev. David Geraets, Abbott of Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Abbey, Pccos, N.M., wilt be guest speaker at a union meeting of the El Paso Charismatic congregations and people celebrating Pentecost Sunday. The meeting is tomorrow, at 7 p.m., at Liberty Hall. The public is invited. The New Mexico Abbey hosts some 10,000 persons each year who attend retreats which emphasize Charismatic Renewal and teaching. The retreats are booked as far in advance as one year. A FEW YEABS AGO. the Abbey faced financial disaster. Few people were interested in attending retreats. The change began when the Abbey became Pentecostal in 1969. "The Pentecostal community is the key," Father Geraets said. "We are a general witness . to how God is renewing the Church charismalically." He added that while many Abbeys have one or two monks who are pentecpstal, the Pecos Abbey is the first and only Pentecostal Abbey in the world. Dean Goodlett will portray Luke, in "The Apostle," a pulpit musical drama of the life and ministry of the apostle Paul. The title role is played by Howard Spurill in the presentation to be given tomorrow, at 6 p.m., at Ysleta Baptist Church, 8601 Alamcda avenue. The drama is presented by 50 members of the Youth Chorale of Calvary Baptist Church, Garland, Texas, in El Paso for a series of services, concerts and Bible Schools, in the El Paso Juarez Area. THE CHORALE is. accompanied by Miss Sheila* Hill, pianist, and Mrs. Mary Kershner on the electric bass. Soloists are Scott Collier, Linda Williams, Melanie Hopper, Laura Carr, Patti Hibbs, Teresa Havens, Cindy Gordon, Terry Samples and Spruill. The revival services are led by youth, but are for people o£ all ages. They will be presented Monday through Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m., at Ysleta Baptist Church. A concert will be given Thursday, at 7:30 p.m., at the Baptist Mission Center, 706 South Ochoa street. The public is invited to all services and concerts. THE WEEK of missionary work is sponsored by the Garland Church, which has a membership of more than 2,000. The mission tour is the Section A—Page Three Church Elects Leaders First Presbyterian has announced the election of board members, at a recent congregational meeting. Elected to the office of elder were James Barnum. Jarrel Boatright, Roger Bolen, Edwin Dierdorf, David Faires, John Ferguson Jr., John Foster. J. Leighton Green Jr.. Thomas Harris, Carl Olsen. Mart Pederson, David Rainey. George Staten, John Stokes. Walter Tippen. Robert Wood. Wyatt Legerwood, Dr. Evret Newman, Mrs. Robert' Coltharp, Mrs. Jack Kitchen and Miss Lisa Wilbanks. New Deaconesses are Mrs. Rosa May Baker, Mrs. Philip Bethune. Mrs. Arthur Bullock, Mrs. Charles Cagle, Mrs. James Caldwell, Mrs. Michael Cassidy, Mrs. James Evanoff, Mrs. A. E. Hatch Jr., Mrs. William Lawrence, Mrs. Donald MacPhail, Mrs. Joseph Roth, Mrs. Hazel Wjtholder, Miss Polly Davis, Miss Nancy Gbggedahl and Nancy Graham. DEAN GOODLETT sixth since 1969. Eddie Alley, minister to youth, directs, assisted by C. Allen Collier, minister of music, with nine other adult sponsors. CORONADO BAPTIST CHURCH 501 Wi'SSl"" 0 H.F.DEARINO 584-3912 PASTOR 9:30 BIBLE STUDY (AU AGES) ll:OOo.m.SAY"ICAN" 7:00 p.m. IN HIS NAME WEDNESDAY 6,00 FELLOWSHIP SUPPER - 7:15 PRAYER SERVICE FIRST UNITY TEMPLE Affiliated with Unity School of Christionity, Unity Villaae, Mo. 1300 Eost Rio Grande SUNDAY 11,00 a.m. . . SUNDAY SCHOOL—AIL AGES—9:30 a.m.. OIAL.A.PRAVEP 533-3320 FIRST. WORSHIP 11:00 (KHEK) 901 Arizona ' CHRISTIAN!, "THE SOUND OF HEAVEN" CHKIbMAN' Or. Carlion D. Garrison CHURCH FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 9:30 CHURCH SCHOOL 10:45 WORSHIP "WHY PENTECOST?" 5:00 UMYF 6:00 FELLOWSHIP SUPPER "A SINGING CHURCH" A nurwy provided for all wrvim IHEFIRSIPRESBYIERUN CHURCH W 1340MURCHISON .... WORSHIP SERVICE ""'.'.'."''''l m' SERMON TOPIC COMMUNION MEDITATION FELLOWSHIP COFFEE-TEA HOUR? 1 ll ;3 0a m Nursery provided Dr. JacK H. Boelens, Pastor Dr. Frank F. Jones, Associate Pastor Mr. Bruce Nehrins. Organist/Director of Music ' .. . OHic.Phcm.: 533-7581 Diil-t4Udrlition:53M004 Coronado Assumes School, Clinic Responsibility The board of Coronado Christian Church has voted to take over responsibility for the project in Colonia Guzman, which it has been helping under "New Life Inc. The project includes a day school for 96 children with a hot lunch program, a health clinic and dispensary, and a store for the sale of donated used clothing and household goods. The program wi-' be ad- direction of Ralph Osborn and ministered by the people of the the chairmen of the four Colonia, with the aid of two boards; Bob Markell, Harold volunteer nurses from the Hockenberry, Martha Moore church, and under the general and Bob Arnold Singer and Set Benefit Carolyn Boyd, mezzo- soprano, and Abe Spector, classical guitarist, will be soloists for a benefit concert at St. Paul's Methodist Church, 7000 Edgemere drive. The proceeds will benefit the El Paso Choir of the Southwest, and will aid the choir in going to Europe this summer for a concert tour. The concert will be presented tomorrow, at 8 p.m. Tickets may be had at the door, or from any member of the choir. THE SOLOISTS have chosen an all-Spanish program. Mrs.. Boyd will sing five movements from "Cinco Canciones Populares Argentinas," by Ginastera, and a series of pieces from "Cuatro Madrigales Amatorios," by Rodrigo. She will be accompanied by Lena Stahovack. Mrs. Boyd has participated in opera workshop productions at the University of Texas at Austin and El Paso. She has sung with El Paso Symphony Orchestra, and will be heard in a solo recital for the MacDowell Club in the Fall. For her. most recent benefit concert, who sang for Sigma Alpha Iota, international honorary music fraternity for women. MR. SPECTOR has won competitions in Mexico City and tied for second place in the International Guitar Competition, in Paris, in 1971. He appeared as soloist for a Guitarist Concert CAROLYN BOYD scholarship concert for the Albuquerque Classical Guitar Foundation held at the University of New Mexico the same year. He will be assisted in the second half of his program by guitarist Janna Auslum. Arrangements for that portion are by Vicente Uvalle Castillo, of Mexico. City. El Paso Choir of the Southwest, will tour Europe from July 19 through Aug. 11. They will sing at St. Paul's Methodist, Las Cruces, July 12; at the Plaza Theater July 13 and 14, and at St. Patrick's Cathedral July 16. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH 3800 P«r thing Or Sunday School t <5 Wocihlp S*rvic« VfcOO wrHII M. Klutwnan, Pattor Near METHODIST HOUR KTSM Radio 13f» Sunday BOO a.m. UNIVERSITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 244 N. RESLER 584-5822 (OFF MESA NEAR CORONADO HIGH) SUNDAY WORSHIP 10:00 A.M. GORDON S. BOWIE, PASTER Art Contest To Honor E.P. Fathers A Pop Art Contest, in honor of Father's Day, has been *n> nounced by The Popular. Children ages 6 through 12 are invited to dra w, color or paint a profile drawing of their fathers and to send the entries ot Pop Art Contest, The Popular. Box 1890, El Paso, postmarked no later than June 8. Entries may also be turned in at any Popular Credit Office. - ENTRIES will be displayed in The Popular's windows, and winners will be judged on originality and the winning sketch will appear in the Popular's Father's Day Advertisement. Prizes are First; a $50 Popular Gift Bond; Second, a $25 Gift Bond; Third, a $15 Gift Bond, and Fourth, a $10 Popular Gift Bond. < The drawings must be side views. Others will be disqualified. Name and address of the artist should be included. Bible School To Be Opened Ascension Lutheran Church. 131 Creslmont drive, will accept registration for the two- weeks' Bible School Monday, from 8:30 to 9 a.m. The school, for children age four through grade eight, begins Monday with sessions from 9 to 11 a.m. daily. Correlated Bible lessons, art work, handcraft and games will be on the theme "God's People Today." Mrs. Leland Anderson is director. Christian Churches of El Paso (Disciples of Christ) FIRST CHRISTIAN Dr. Carlfon D. Garrison Rev. Jerold L. Kirkpati ick 901 Arizona CORONADO CHRISTIAN Dr. James H. Jauncey HBBelvidere BETHANY CHRISTIAN Rev. Ned R. Graves. D.D. 1200 lomaland Dr. PARK HILLS CHRISTIAN Rev. Wally Chapman Alabama & Sheppdrd Ave. NORTHGATE CHRISTIAN Rev. Charles R. Nichols 9813 Dyer FABENS CHRISTIAN Fabens AUSTIN PARK CHRISTIAN Rev. A. C. Andrade 3301 Montana PRIMERA CRISTIANA JUAREZ Rev. Julian Ibarra Cd. Juarez A Cordial Welcome Awaits You AT ALL THESE CHURCHES GOD LOVES YOU God is Love, and as we fill our hearts with the full meaning of this spiritual truth, joyful living becomes possible and natural. Broadcast this week over many stations including: KHEY 690 KC. SUNDAY 8:30 o.m. A Christian Science radio MriM COflONJDOCHRISTlHI CHURCH Mm >t bMfcn (Off MO at Mm) STRESSING A VITAL PERSONAL FAITH SUN. 18 MR. BIBLE CUSSES, 11 a*. SEDUCE m JtnK a. urna, wnsra THE TOTAL WOMAN The fantastic best selle. that is guiding women to more exciting and satisfying lives... Any woman can put romance and spar- A kle back into a tired, mar- jX riage , Marabel Morgan f\ proved it in her * own marriage, and !9 achieved (he same w (antastic success for !v ._— * others through her fa- ' mous "Total Woman" course. Here are Marabel Morgan's pointers on communication. J sex, appearance, and other v vital factors that can turn J mediocrity and boredom in- !f 10 new excitement. S5.95 J CHARISMATIC CHRISTIAN BOOKSTORE 6326Edg«mer* El Paw. T.xa. 79925