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Concert Here— Area Girl Featured In Choir ELEVATED TO PRIESTHOOD — Father Francis Wolle, 84, of Boul.der, Colo., celebrated his first Mass recently after being ordained as a priest in the Episcopal church at the age of 84. Fr. Wolle had been a perpetual deacon in the church. Local Baptists List Sermons And Activities The Rev. Donald Billman will speak on "Baptist Ban- tarns" in the 10:45 a.m. worship service tomorrow at Fundamental Baptist Church, Fifth and Grant streets. Rodney George will sing "The Stranger of Galilee" as the special musical number. Featured in the evening service at 7:30 o'clock will be the Billman Trio singing "Let Thy 'Mantle Fall On Me" with a message by the pastor entitled "The Power and Wisdom of God." Activities for the week include the mid-week prayer service-at 7 p.m. Wednesday and the Tennessee Temple Trio on Thursday evening, Aug. 2, at 7 p.m. Chicago Pastor To Speak Here Dr. A. L. Reynolds, pastor of the Sixth-Grace United Presbyterian Church of Chicago and partner-pastor of the Graystone United Presbyterian Church of Indiana, will preach in the Graystone Church this Sunday, July 29. Services are held at 8:45 and 11 a.m. Dr. Reynolds' sermon is titled "Bother Me, I can Cope! The public has been invited to attend. Tourists To Share Impressions The worship service at Calvary United Presbyterian Church of Indiana this Sunday will be conducted by members of the congregation who have just returned from a study- hour to Russia, Egypt, Israel, Greece and Italy. The service will be broadcast over station WDAD at 11:00 Sunday morning. The theme is from Matthew 21:33. Those persons who will share their impressions of the journey are Mr. and Mrs. Luther Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Muth, Mr. Kevin Bailey, Mrs. William Shields and Frank Hood. The others in the group were Mrs. Mildred Widdow-, son, Miss Alice Clements, Miss Mildred Tyger, Mrs. Velma Cooper, Mrs. Carolyn Holstein, Mrs. Ivajean Ruffner, Mrs. Esther Spicher, Mrs. Edna Frye, Mrs. Gladys Rising, Mrs. Anne Heinricher, Mrs. Frances Heinricher, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Jewart, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nagy of Blairsville, Martin Nupp Sr., Father Henry Marcinek of Starford (now of Republic) Miss Bonnie Stratton, Miss Holly Stratton, Dwight Horn of Kentucky and Jim Dawkins of Florida. The Rev, J.R. Wollenschlager, director of Teens for Christ, Inc., and Camp Faith, Penn Run, announces that the Lynchburg Baptist College Chorale will be heard in concert on Thursday, Aug. 2, at 7:30 p.m., at the Calvary Evangelical Free Church, Ben Franklin Road, Indiana. The Chorale, under the direction of Paul DeSaegher, . minister of music at the Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, includes ten young men and seven young ladies. They come equipped with their own sound system, spotlights, electric piano, trumpets^ bass and orchestrated tracks for many of their numbers. Soloists, and small group numbers will be featured as well as readings by some of the gifted speakers. One member of the Chorale is a local girl, Miss Glenda Wollenschlager, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wollenschlager, and a 1971 /graduate of Penns Manor High School. She is a sophomore at Lynchburg. The LBC Chorale uses the latest innovations in their concerts. They present the gospel through spirituals and gospel songs, as well as with traditional hymns of the church in unusual arrangements. A highlight of the evening will be their patriotic medley, "I Am Thankful To Be An American," which brought a standing ovation by government dignitaries at the Congressional Breakfast in Washington, D.C. The Chorale was privileged to tour England in February, as part of the Lynchburg Baptist College student body, and also just recently returned from a trip to the Holy Land. During the summer months the seventeen musicians are spending ten weeks touring the midwest and parts of the west coast with similar concerts. The public is cordially invited to enjoy the program; there will be no admission charge. and was then all a said THE LYNCHBURG BAPTIST CHURCH CHORALE . . . area girl featured

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 28 Jul 1973, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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