Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 19, 1962 · Page 8
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At St. Mary's Center Pre-Cana Series Is Sunday The second of the fall series of Pre-Cana days for the Diocese of Dodge City will be conducted Sunday at St. Mary's Center, according to the Reverend A, J. Felling, famify life director for the diocese. The conference will begin with registration at 12:30 p.m. and will end promptly at 7 p.m. with a special blessing for engaged couples. Near the conclusion, a buffet supper will be served to the participants by the Garden City unit of the Christian Family Movement as hosts and Mr. and Mrs. John Doppler in charge. The meeting will be informal in nature, with ample provision for group participation. Color slides and charts will be used by the speakers. The staff for the Garden City day will include the Rev. David Dougherty, C.PP.S., assistant pastor of St. Mary Church, Dr. Herman C. Sartorius. chief of the medical staff of St. Catherine Hospital; and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burton, members of the Christian Family Movement of St. Mary's parish. Father Felling will act as moderator. Attendance at the sessions is limited to couples. Catholic or non-Catholic, who contemplate marriage in the near future. For that reason, no individual may attend except in cases where the partner is unable to be present. Although couples from throughout the diocese are welcome to the Garden City meeting, it is especially intended for those from the parishes of Deerfield, Dighton, Elkhart, Hugoton, Garden City, Johnson, Lakin, Marienthal, Liberal. Satanta, St. Ther- cse, Scott City, Syracuse, Tribune, and Ulysses. These sessions, attended by more than 100 co-.iples of the diocese last year, consist in a group of lectures by a qualified priest, physician and a Catholic ma-ri, -1 couple. They are aimed at helping young people to develop the proper Christian attitude toward the vocation of manage. They also provide them with the necessary spiritual, medical and psychological information to begin their married life together well. New Southern Baptist Church Opens Sunday A Southern Baptist church in Syracuse will meet for the first time Sunday. This is the third Southern Baptist mission to be established since the first of the year in southwest Kansas. Arrangements have been completed for the -,ew church to meet in the Veteran's Building on N. Main, A ful schedule of services will be conducted regularly including Sunday school, training union, morning and evening worship and Wednesday prayer meeting. Preaching will be the Rev. J. C. Monroe, a long time resident of Syracuse and the founder of the Southern Baptist church in Lamar, Colo. Twenty Broadman hymnals have been loaned to the new church by the First Baptist Church of Satanta. Sunday School and training union literature has been donated by the First Southern Baptist Church of Ulysses. Other assistance has been rendered bv Garden Cty's First Southern Baptist Church. The financial support of the new church is underwritten by the ei<g<ht Southern Baptist churches in southwest Kansas. The Syracuse church is one of 30.000 new churches and missions which Southern Baptists propose to establish by 1964. Unemployment in Kansas Drops Slightly TOPEKA (AP) — Unemployment in Kansas dropped slightly this week under that of a week ago and of last year at this time. The Employment Security Division reported an insured unemployment rate of 1.8 per cent compared with 1.9 per cent a week earlier and 2.1 per cent a year ago. Payments of $196,479 went to 5,285 persons for the week. Brief Sirmon By PAUL W. SCHAIRER Pastor, St. James Lutheran Church "As good stewards of the manifold grace of God ." This is the verse that is in mind today. Let us take a little closer look at it. In this vers e Peter urges us to.be good stewards, that is good managers and wise investors of the many graces and gifts which God has given us. What do you have to be a good steward of? Perhaps yru think you could only be a good steward if you have a large bank account or considerable property. '. is is not the case, we are all to be good stewards in our lives because of his great gifts to us. There are five areas that I would point out to you ir which this verse commands us to be good stewards. The first is that you must be a good steward in your daily work. Our Lord expects you to give an honest day's labor for your employer who by the same token is to give you a just reward. I wonder sometimes how many excuses are given by workmen during one day in our country in order to get out of work early, or not come to wor 1 : u all, or for loafing on the job. This is a matter of stewardship. How to you manage your time on the job — fairly and honestly? This verse also tells us to be good stewards in the woild. We must unwrap our Sunday religion and take it into the factory, the shop, the business — if we are to be good stewards of the manifold grace of God then we must practice Christian virtue in the world. Third, we must be good stewards in our worship. God asks you to be regular in attendance at the worship hours of your church. Stewardship begins with your relationship to God which in turn deals directly with your attitude toward worship. Fourth you are to be a good steward where you live. Peter also speaks about faith being active in love. That is you must exhibit responsible Christian concern for your neighbor, for the youth, for the aged, for the ill. Finally, stewardship is bound up in the services offer-d by all of these areas of the church, namely, education, worship, fellowship, service. Th is what the church stands for and attempts to promote so that its members might truly be stewards of the manifold gra of God. Kalvesta Methodists to Have Special Services The Kalvesta Methodist Church will have a four-night preaching mission Sunday through Wed- Wednesday. The Rev. John Clinton, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Dodge City, will bring the messages each evening. The theme will be "Four-Nights For God". Sunday evening will begin with a basket supper at 6:30 p.m. 'n the Fellowship Hall of the church. Then Reverend Clinton will show slides of one of his missionary journeys around th e world. A short song service and the sermon will complete the evening. | Monday through Wednesday the 1 evening programs will begin at 7:30 p.m., each starting •< "h film presentation and concluding with a sermon. The Kalvesta Methodist Church has as its building program theme: "We are Building Constantly for Jesus Christ and His Church". This country church-of 80 members is in the process of raising money to build a $45,000 sanctuary and church school. All people in the area are Invited to particioate in '-is program "Four Nights For God". Church Notes A used clothing drive has started at St. James Lutheran Church. The clothing is being collecte*d at the church between now and Thanksgiving and will be sorted and packed by the local church and sent to Lutheran World Relief for overseas distribution. Interested persons are asked to contact the church or bring their clothing to the church basement. Clothing must be clean and in good repair. The Loyal Leader's Class of the First Christian Church Bible School will conduct their annual sunset tea from 3-5 p.m. Sunday in Fellowship Hall. This is for members of the congregation who have reached and passed their 70th birthdays. William Kelley is serving as the chairman of the affair. The Rev. Henry Eden Wright of St. Thomas Episcopal Church will conduct a class starting Sunday at 8 p.m. which will study the history and practices of the Protestant Episcopal church. The public is invited. In Dodge City Sunday and Monday to attend the 57th annual convocation of the Episcopal Church in the missionary district of western Kansas wa s Mike Etrick, 815 N. 1st. Mr. Etrick gave a report concerning the Synod which he recently attended in Mexico City. The convocation was conducted in St. Cornelius Episcopal Church. The 1963 convocation will be in Grace Episcopal Church in Hutchinson. Af 8 p.m. Sunday St. James Lutheran Ohurch will have a special congregational meeting to accept the report of the building committee and approve the preliminary plans for the new church facilities to be constructed in northeast Garden City on Belmont Place. The congregation will also be asked to authorize the committee to construct the facilities as they have been drawn and shown. Attending the 56th annual meeting of the Episcooal church women of the district of western Kansas Monday in St. Cornelius Church in Dodge City were Mrs. R.J. Maxfield, Mrs. John Milne and Mrs. Harold Gilger. who were delegates from St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Others attending were Mrs. Hazel Williams, Mrs. Ronald Scott and Mrs. Mike Etrick who reported on "The Future of the Episcopal Church in Mexico." The Christian Men's Fellowship of the First Christian Church is to be the guest of the men of the Christian Church at Lakin on Tuesdav at 7:30 p.m. (MST.) The local fellowship will present a Program on "What is the Christian Men's Fellowship." The Lakin congregation is in the process of setting up a men's group. Some 25 men from the local congregation are expected to attend. A color movie film, "The Story of Jesus", will be shown tonight Directory of Garden City Churches ST. MART'S ROMAN CATHOLIC Rev. Clement N. Goubeaux, C.PP.S.. Rer». David Dougherty. C.PP.S. and James Schrader C.P.S.. assistants. Phone BR 6-4053. 509 St Sunday Man'es: 6. 7. 8. 9:30. 10:45, 13:00. Weekday Masses: 6:30. 7:30. 11 a.m. Daily Rosary: 7:30 p.m.: Sunday: 3:30 p.m. Holy Hour Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Confessions: Saturday, Eves of Holy Dayi «nd First Frldavs: 3:30-5:00 and 7:45-9:00 p.m. 8T JAMF.R t,CTHKBAN St. James Lutheran Church member of The American Lutheran Church. 9th anvJ Jones. BR 6-5108. Paul W. Schalrer, pastor, 616 N. 9th. Sunday .Sundav School, 9:30 a.m.: Worship Service*. 10:45 a.m. Holy Communion celebrated the first Sunday of every month. CHAPEL James T. Randall, pastor, 1409 A. Phone BR 6-3893. Sunday: Sunday school, 9:46 a.m.; Worship, 10:45 a.m.: People's meeting. 7 p.m.: Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Thursday: F'rayei Meeting, 7:30 p.m. PIEBCEVILLE FEDERATED Sunday: Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.; Worship Service, 11:00 a.m.; Youth Clubs, 6:46 p.m.: Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. FELLOWSHIP UAPTIST W. T. Froggate, pastor, phone BR 6-6626 or BR 6-5304, First and Spruce Street*. Sundaj Bible School, 9:46 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m.; junior and senior young people's service 6:00 p.m.: Evening Preaching, 7:00 p.m. Tue'day. 7 p.rn. Chur:h at work. Thursday: Mid-week tervice 7 p.m. GAKUKN CITY MKNNONITE BKKTHBKN Floyd B. Born, pastor, BR 6-7410. 3rd «nd Campbell. Sundaj: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: Worship 10:45 a.m.: Evening worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday: rrayer eervlce. 8 p.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHCBCH Rev. Herman R. Mayer, 408 Joues Avenue. Telephone 6-4464. First Service 8:30 ».m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Secon.l Service 1(1:45 a in. Communion Ut Sunday, 8:30 am. 3rd Sunday, 10:45 a.m. LIGHT OF MFfe Tabernacle Samuel J. Larso n pastor, second building north Ol VFW, off Hwy 50. Phone bR 6-684*. Sunday: Service, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Service. 8 p.rn. Churcfl open day and n.ftit CALVAKY BIItLK < IllECH (Independent) Jnfan Keller, pastor, i:j(/7 N. 7th. Sunday School: 9:30 a.in ; worship service, ti a.m.; evening service, 7:HO p.m. Wednesday; Midweek prayer meeting and Bible study. 7:J) Din. BEOBGANIZEU CHI Kill OF JESUS CUBIST OF LATTKU DAY SAINTS Roy A. Chapman, pastor. plnm« BU 6-7085 614 N. 13th St. (Meetings in Seventh Day Ad- Dentist Chapel) Sunday. 9:45 a.m. Church School and adult study. 11:00 a.m. Morning WorebJp 6:30 p.m. study group* 7:30 P.10. evening wor »hip BETHEL. A. M. K. Sunday arnooi: 9:30 a.m.7 worship U:00 a.m. Wednesday: Mission circle. 2 p.m.; Prayer and class meeting. 7:30 p.m. FAITH TABKBNACI.B Assembly of God Church J. J. Krlmmer, pastor, 8th and Kansa., Dh"r" RR K-V97-T; Rp fi-?385 'h',mP1 Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School fo r families; 11 a.m. Worship tlmir: 8 n.m. Revival time. Tn e "d«y: 8 p.m. Men's Prayer meeting. Thnrsda.v; 9:30 a.m. Ladies prayer meeting; 8 p.m. Prnyer and praise service. FTRKT OHRISTTAH fTHtmCH Arthur F Flemlnp na«tor. Phone BR 6-4104 or BR 6-5-111. 7th nnd Chestnut. 10:45 a.m.. Evening T:SO p.m., Chi Rho, 8 p.m., CYF 6 p.m. Thursday fThrvtr. 7'46 D.m FTTIST MFTHOniST CHUKCH Paul Hantla, paator, phane BP 6-4523. IV15 North 6th. Siimlav: Riiprt)»y Srhnnl, 9'30 n.m • Wnr^hln. 10:4o a.m.: MYF B:30 p.m.: Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Tli>i"<1»v Dnolr Practice; Primary 4:16, Junior 4:50. Youth 7 and Chancel 7:46 p.m. rni'nrn OF non IN CHRIST E B Sanders, pastor, phone BR 6-3749. South Star Route. Snndsv Sunday Sirhool 10:3(j a.m.: Worship. 11-:W am • v p w W., B:30 p.m.: Evangelistic Service 7'.W n.m. Tne«d»y Rlhle Study. SrOO p.m. Frlil'v- P>-nv«>r Service. 8'00 p.m. mtST PRWSRYTKRIAN CHTTRCH ,T Merlon Kadyk. nastor. 7th and Pine. BR 6-SS2.T Manse RR 6-7918. Sunday: Sunday school. 9:45 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m. Wednesday: Men's br»akfast. 7 a.m. Thursday: Adult choir. 8 p.m. T. rmmrn Clarence Murphy, pastor, 1311 New York. 6-7481 Sunday "Middy school s-4!> a.m.. Worsrip 11 a.m.: Sunday Youth. 6:30 p.m. Evnneellstlc' service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Midweek service 7:30 p.rn. HOI.COMB COMMUNITY PRKSRYTEBIAN Ruth Harking, minister. Ph. BR 6 -6501 P O Ho: 52 Hnleomb. Sunday: Sunday School, 10 vm.; morning worship, 11 a.m.. U.P.Y.6 p.m. Tuesday) Prayer mettng and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Choir practice. 4 D.m. Friday: Junior BibleClub. 4 P.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall. Corner Kansas and Pearl. Sunday: Public address. 7:00 p.m.; Watcb- tf>we/ study. 8:15 p.m. Tuesday: Bible study. 8 p.m. Friday: Service Instruction,. 7:30 p.m.; theocratic ministry school. 8:30 p.m. JCHE CIIUBCIl OF JESUS CHBIST OF LATTEB WAY SAINTS Riilon An.lerson, branch president. BR 6-4945 Sunday: Priesthood meeting, 9 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Sacremeiu. 11 a.m. SECOND BAPTIST CIIUBCH J. M. Stevenaon. pastor. 6-4805, 1107 N. Main. Sunday — Sunday School 9:45 a.m.. Worship Service 31 a.m., Union Training 6 p.m. VVednrsda — Prayer Service 7 p.m Thur»d»]r — Mission Circle, J:30 p.m. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Main and Walnut. Hecrv E. Wright rector. Pii:i • » BR 6-3173. Snnday: Holy Communion. 7:30 a.m.. Holy Or-rrmunion and church school 10 a.m., first 'H, u y £ ac ^ , nmontn : Morning Prayer and -hurch school 10 a.m. other Sundays of month. FT»ST BAPTIST cnuBcn Robert F. Rusk, pastor Phone BR 6-526S llth & Tones. Residence phone BR i-4474. Sunday: Summer worship, 9 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship 11:00 am. Fellowship, 7 p.m.; Evening Service 8 p.m. Wednesday: 8 p.m. prayer and Bible study. Men a Bellowship — 7:30 p.m. 2nd Monday. Women a Society - 2p.m. 2nd Thursday. Thursday: 8 p.m. Alult choir. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN norsey hi. Roti-uck pastor. BR 6-7S91. home Phone BR 6-7347. Eighth and St John Svs Siinilay: Church ichool, 9:46 am.; morning worship 11 a.m.; C.B.Y.F. 6 p.m., Junior High fellowship and evening -"orship, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Adult choir 7pm. Thursday: Women's Fellowship, 1:30 pm •very 3rd Thursday Juiior choir. 4:15 p.m. PBAIRIE VIEW CMUBCH OF THE BRETHREN 2 miles west of Friend on Countv Line. Mark Emawiler, pastor. Ph. BR 6-3097. Friend. Wate' moderator. Ph. 995 W-2. Shallow Sunday: Sunday School, 10 a.m., morning worship 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship. 7:00 pi Prayer Fellowship 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7 FIRST CIIUBCH OF COD cnP e l> 0n . ? lales - Pastor, phone Bh 6-2006. 60S pprsMnj; Sunday: Sundav School, 9:45 a.m.; Summer Worship, 8:30-9:30 a.m. Prayer Goup. 6:15 p.m.; Evening service, 7:30 p.m. Thursday! Midweek Service. 7:30 p.m. T FI , H8 J SU "'I"H'N BAPTIST CIIUBCH West CanT b^a rtZ ' pastor< Phone BR 6 - 6609 ' 309 Sunday: Sunday School 3:45 a.m.; Worship 10:50 a.m • Baptist Training Union 6:45 n m • Evening Services. 7:50 p. m. u » »« v.ui., Monday: Brotherhood Tue«day: W.M.U. Thursday: Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m. Sunbeams, Junior G.A.'s. Intermediate G A '3 and Royal Ambassadors, 6:30 p m. Friday: Visitation. CHUBCH OF TIIK NAZABENE C«rl Ingersol. pastor, phone BR 6-64£6. llth Churches Plan Layman's Sunday St. James Lutheran Church will observe Layman's Sunday this Sunday. Various laymen of the congregation will assist the pastor With the worship service. Don Harris, president of th brotherhood of the church, said there will be participation by six men of the church as well as the pastor. The theme of the day will be ""tewards of the Grace of God" with sub-themes relating to the I stewardship of everyday Christianity, faithful church attend) ar.ce, sacrificial giving, and po-- sonnel in the church. The senior choir will sing, "Sweet Hour of Prayer". at the First Baptist Church, llth and Jones, at 7:30 p.m. This is final presentation in the Spiritual Life Crusade conducted this week by Dr. Charles Forbes Taylor. Special music will be given by the adult choir under the direction of Mrs. Melba Bramlett, accompaniei by organist Mrs. Eugene Cooper. The Rev. Robert Rusk will lead congregational singing starting at 7:15 p.m. Anyone in the community is welcome to attend. Church of Brethren Laymen will have charge of the 11 a.m. worship service this Sunday at the Church ,of the Brethren in observance of National Layman's Sunday. Taking part in the service are chairman, Roocoe Courtney; devotions, Carlos Green; organist, Jim Loper; quartet number — "Faith is the Victory" by Harold Courtney, Royal Hornbaker, Billy Mills, and Robert White. Dale E. Gillan, a laymen from the Community Church, will speak on the subject, "As Good Stewards", the theme of this year's observance. The purpose of Layman's Sunday is to provide an opportunity for laymen to witness what the Page 8 Garden City Telegrftm Friday, October 19, 1962 church means to them. First Christiah The Men of the First Christian Church will conduct the morning worship services at the Church this coming Sunday morning in honor of Layman's Sunday. Ben Duncan, Louis Wagner, and Leon Bethel will present various phases of the theme "As Good Stewarts of the Manifold Grace of God". Other men will carry out the voluntaries In the service. Lyman Huckstadt will sing « solo. As part of the observance, Roy Falke and Kent Shaw, both members of Boy Scout Troop No. 95 which the congregation snonsors. will be presented their "God and Tranquilizer dnd Play Goes on INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP)— During rehearsals of "Heaven Can Wait," Camile performed flawlessly. But at Thursday's opening performance at William Chrisman High School, Camile tried to bite another member of the cast. "She suffered stage fright," just like anyone else," said Director Margaret Meredith. Faced with a sellout crowd for the night performance, Miss Meredith called in a veterinarian, who gave a tranquilizer to Camille, a registered Pomera:iian, Thus soothed, Camile playe her 20,- minute part perfectly Thursday night, lying calmly in the lap of actress Bill} J^ Maples, a society matron in the play. The home of French bronco busters is a melai.choly wilderness called the Cama: ic. Its 295 square miles in the Rhone River delta consist of salt flats, swamps and sheets of brackish water, shallow streams, spiky grass and clumps of scrub trees. An island nearly as big as Connecticut, in Canada's F o x e Basin north of Hudson Bay, was discovered in 194S. Long hidden by snow and ice from ships, the laud mass was discovered by a Roval Canadian Air Force pilot on a routine flight and named Pnnce Charles Island after the heir to the British throne. ,. Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Worship a '' : Y ° UnS Pe ° ple 6:3 ° p ' m - : ' . . Thursday: Prayer Meeting, /:30 p.m. COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH . Sunday: Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. Alunuuy: Bo\ 3< ; out IVoop aa / UU pin riiursiliiy ; Ch>.rs. Vouth b:45: Children's /:16 ana Aauli % p.m. ( in ia n o* oiiRi.Tr Phone BR 6-4500. 1503 Pat's Drive (1 mile East of Main on Kansas) >iuiiUay: Sunday cichool 9:45 am.; Sunday worship 10:45 a.m.; Evening service 6 p.m. Wednesday 10 a ->i Ladies Bible Study Thursday Night: Classe, 7:30 p.m. SEVENTH OAY ADVK.NTIST James Owens, pastor, phone BR 6-7773. 614 N. 13th. .Saturday: 9:46 a.m. Sabbath School. 11 a.aj. Worship. Friday: 7:30 p.m. young People's meeting. I GOOD/YEAR •^ . 0^ . . ^». Pansier SAYS, now ' and your winter tirewOmes are over". Just $2.00 reserves your Suburbanites until you're ready for 'em. And then it's applied to purchase pricel 3-T NYLON SUBURBANITE WINTER TIRES mm 7.50x14 or 6.70x15 Blackwall Plus tax and old tire SPECIAL! save on rims 50 07 OFF / with the pi I tires. 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