Clipped From The Daily Herald
here Chaplain to Speak At Our Redeemer's Missionary To Speak On Africa Veteran missionaries, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. W.arnken, of the Ind e p e n d e n t Baptist Mission Board, and to be guests of the Rev. Frank Bumpus at the two services in Bethel Baptist Church, Hoffman Estates on Sunday. Warnken will address the congregation at the 11 a.m. service, describing conditions he found when he took up his mission 33 years ago in the country then known as French Equatorial Africa and telling of the old methods used to bring Biblical teachings to the natives. Chaplain George E. Fort of the 45th Brigade of the Air Defense Command in Arlington Heights will speak at Our Redeemer's Metho d i s t Sunday during the 11 a.m. worship service. Our Redeemer's meets in Schaumburg Youth Center with nursery services provided. Chaplain Fort supervised religious activities on the missile sites from Gary to Milwaukee. The Forts have been stationed, during their nine-year tour of duty, in Fort Irwin in California's Mohave Desert, i n Korea, in Tacoma, and in Germany. After being schooled in Colorado College in Colorado and Iliff Theological Seminary in Denver, Chaplain Fort was the pastoral ministry for 16 years.