Paul Basham 10 feb 1970, Delaware County Daily Times

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Paul Basham 10 feb 1970, Delaware County Daily Times - HAPPENS TO BE PASTOR, TOO Church '9' Loses Ace...
HAPPENS TO BE PASTOR, TOO Church '9' Loses Ace CHESTER -- When Rev. Paulia wonderful personality, was an|of the church's Softball team. ] While at Chester D. Basham leaves his post atjexcellent preacher -- and how| fV« riiocfmi- MuTarmin Phm-i^Vi at 1if r-niild nbiv tllp OlltfirMd!": the Chester Nazarene Church at Ninth and Highland Streets here he could Nickcrson Tuesday, the congregation will;Rev. Basham's spiritual lose more than a much-loved | athletic attributes. and respected preacher. Rev. Basham was the feature play the outfield!"jplayer on the team that won said torn between j the Nazarene Zone champion- andiship in 1963. In the games iplayed at Clayton Park, Chester Rev. Basham had Nazarene. a great Alex Salisbury, who was runnerup 'Nazarene The church's highly-regarded married by Rev. Basham lastj sc ^°''- tl . a j|j n « -j. 2 in the softball team will also lose a|November, echoed Nickerson's! W L W L r L "·*"'"«· .600 hitter who was the unit's!sentiments. last half of the 7th I against Media Nazarene. Rev. interest in the young people the church. He began the Fellowship, which arranges athletic athletic and social affairs for 13 last | to 18-year-old members of I congregation. Rev. Basham received his inning doctorate from the Eastern Nickerson and Salisbury, who| Basham _ S0me times we forget Nazarene College in Massachusetts. Massachusetts. He and his wife Joan fleet-footed center-fielder. Rev. Basham has been;pitch and played first base oni and call him Pau i _ came upihave two children assigned to a new pastorate at j the team, presented Rev.| an( j j,j t a tr j p i e W jth three men Falls, Me., after) Basham a plaque for "dis-j on base to win the game, 5-3," Livermore four years here. linguished service and dedicated Nickerson recalled. Rev. Basham, an 'We're truly sorry to see hinr effort" at a recent buffet dinner go,' 1 said Norm Nickerson, a|h° !d at lhe church Fellowship! m cmhcr of the Chester YMCA, member of Chester Nazarcne'sjHall. istays in condition by bowling 90-family congregation. "He has! The award was made in behalf'and playing handball. "We wish him and his all the happiness in the world .. at their new location," Nicker- acuvc son said. , The church's next job might well be to place an ad: Wanted: preacher who can save souls! catch fly balls and hit .600. Five in Doubles For CBC 4 A' 5 CHESTER - Balance was theme as five playes were in double figures to pace Chester! Boys Club A to a 70-10 shellacking of the Red Sox in a Chester Rec basketball Willie Dennis led with 12 poins, while David Tyler, Morgan Sammons, R a n L:gette and Albert Swiggett 11 each. Red Sox G F Pt. 5 1 11 Grocn 2 1 i Sellers 5 1 11 Hollis 4 0 12 Curry 5 1 llDill 4 1 9 Johnson 5 1 11 McCall C.B.C.A. Tyler Golher Sam'msn Dennis Lcgclle Finch Swig'elt Totals 32 A 70 Totals G F Pt. 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1| 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 3 4 10! welcoming Crowds McDonald's REV. PAUL BASHAM (right) receives plaque from Alex Salisbury (left) ;.nd M O R T O N AVE, Norm Nickerson for distinguished service as pastor and star softbal! player. R , DUY BOWL SHOPPING CENTER

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 10 Feb 1970, Tue,
  3. Page 15

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