Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 26, 1962 · Page 7
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Mr*. Paul Hantla Community Day Is Planned Mrs. Paul Hantla, wife of the minister of Firct Methodist Church and state chairman of Christian World Relations, will be the speaker for two local observances of World Community Day Nov. 2. This Is one of three annual observances of United Church Women, and there will be programs at 2:30 and at 7:30 p.m., both at First Christian Church. The theme for World Community Day this year is "Deepen the Channels to Peace." Mrs. Don Heinridhs of First Baptist Church is general chairman. Working with her are Mrs. James Duncan, Plymell, in charge of the worship service, and Mrs. John Sims of the Nazarene Church directing the sewing pro jects. The United Church Women would like to stress that every one is welcome to both observances. A deception will be given for all those present, with the ladles of First Christian Church presiding as hostess. Mrs. Curtis Cook is the general chairman for both receptions. In the recreation room of the church will be a display of the sewing projects, including sewing bags, children's garments, women's sarongs and blouses which have been made by the United Church Women of Finney County for refugees around the world. School will not be in session due to the teachers' meetings, but the children will be provided for during the WCD observances. In the afternoon there will be a children's service including a story hour, games, and refreshments with Mrs. Albert Gass supervising the older children and Mrs. Rex Ladner the younger children.. There will also be a nursery for babies and tiny tots during both services. Brief Szrmon —Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Adsl MOST MODERN BRAKE SERVICE IN TOWN O Precision brake service calls for precision service equipment. With our spanking new Star service equipment, we can guarantee brakes that are equal to, or better than, brand new brakes. For service you can depend on, bring your car to our Star Braka Service Center, today I JONES MAGNETO & ELECTRIC '*•'- Garden City, Ks. We feature Grey-Reek Brake Lining. PAUL SCHAIRER, Paster, St. James Lutheran Church The clouds of sinful men make the horizon of tihe world dark as this column is being written. This is so because of the threats of men against men in regard to security and safety. Our great nation has taken a stand to defend the freedom and individuality of the countries of the free west. As history takes us on its path it seems that the line of defense is drawn close to our land off the coast of the island of Cuba. Great is the speculation on what will happen. Maybe it will have occurred by the time -you read this column. What will happen we do not know. But I would point out to you today two things. First, that we must give support to our government and our president. Our country Is founded upon loyalty to those who are in authority and it behooves each of us this day to support our leaders in the decisions that they make for we have entrusted the role of our country in the world to them. Let us remember all men in our prayers and especially our president and those with" whom he must deal. The second point is this • . . perhaps we are a bit concerned because the eminence of war cannot be questioned and the fact that our country may experience destruction in our own land this time causes us to think. Certainly it calls us to review our Christian faith. If we witness the terrors of destruction and death, are we prepared/ in terms of meeting our Maker? Do not accuse me of war hysteria or death terror. . . because I always sipeak and preach about being prepared for death and the coming of judgment. . . the dangers that the world faces this morning simply illustrate the truth of the point of Christ when he says that we must always be prepared. Sometimes we scoff at the Christian church when it tries to tell us to prepare for death, judgment and the life to come . . . but the man who sccffs at this, scoffs at God the Father in heaven and will not go unreward- ed with punishment. I might also point out the Bible tells us that there shall always be these crises. As I started out, the clouds of nens' sinfulness darken the horizon of the world . . . men are selfish, they always have been and will always be that way . . . this is the sin of man- In the meantime what do we do? We draw close to our Lord putting our complete trust in him, we remain loyal and become more Idyal to our government and trust the judgment of 6ur leaders, and we pray our Father that he would preserve us unto eternal life. Garden City Pastor Leads Revival Service Church 34 Garden City Pastor,. The Rev. John Wade Lurtz is preaching a revival at the First Baptist Church of Cimarron. The meetings began yesterday and will continue, through Nov. 4. The Rev. Allen Butzine is pastor of the Cimarron church. Preaching at Garden City First Southern Baptist Church in the absence of Reverend Lurtz will be two Baptist ministers. On Oct. 28 the pulpit will be supplied by the Rev. Terry Tyler, director of Youth For Christ for the Garden City area. Preaching Nov. 4, and launching the annual stewardship program, will be the Rev. Dan Tyson, associational missionary of the Panhandle Baptist Assn. of Oklahoma. The prayer meeting this week was conducted by Warren Spinks, a deacon in the First Southern Baptist Church. Next week's prayer meeting will be 1 e d by G.W. Daniel, also a deacon. Bible study during the weekly officers and teachers meeting was led this week by Mrs. Warren Spinks. Next week the assignment will b« filled by Mrs. Mary Barnes. Methodist Center To Be Dedicated Sunday WICHITA (AP)—The new Methodist Center in Wichita,, serving churches in the western two-thirds of Kansas, will be dedicated Sunday by Bishop Eugene Slater of Topeka- The building houses offices of the Conference treasurer, board of pensions, conference claimants en-dowment fund and the inter- board council staff of the Central Kansas Conference of the Metho dist Church. Hear The... Kingsmen Quartet of Dallas FRIDAY, OCT. 26 - 8:00 p.m. ONE NIGHT ONLY Assembly of God Church 8th & Kansas Garden City, Kansas Lecturer to Appear At Dodge City Church Arch Bailey, a lecturer on Christian Science, will d- uss the power of spiritual thinking in a free public address, sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Dodge City. Mr. Bailey will speak in the church, lioi 2nd at. 8 p.m., Nov. 1. The subject of his lecture will Tie "The Origin and Power of Thought in Christian Science". Some Up, Some Down in Department Store Sales KANSAS CITY (AP) — Department stores in the 10th Federal Reserve District reported sales volume last week was the same as in the corresponding week of 1B61, while national sales were down 1 per cent. The district is 2 per cent ahead for the year to date. There has been a national gain of 4 per cent. Cities re-porting gains last week were Lincoln 16 per cent, Topeka 12, Oklahoma City 4, St. Joseph 3, Denver, Omaha and Tulsa 1 per cent. Monks' Kindness Spans Wide Gap ByDONMCKBE CONYERS, 08. (AP) — Silent monks, garb and ritual little changed in centuries, have extended brotherly kindness across their monastery walls to span one of the widest gaps in Christendom, Cistercian monks at a nearby monastery, 25 miles from Atlanta, decixled to make stained glass windows for the rebuilding of two Negro Protestant churches burned Layman's Sunday Plans Are Made The First Baptist Church will observe Layman's Sunday , this week. The program of the morning worship service will be conducted by men of the church — Fred Chaffin, president of the fellowship, announces the topic at the 111 a.m. service wilt be: "The Church, as Laymen See It." > Speakers will include Tom Hood, "The Churdh as Seen b - a Newcomer;" Bob Fuller, "The Church as Seen by a Business- mnn;" Dave Crase, "The Church as Seen by a Farmer;" Paul Reid, "The Church as Seen by a Deacon." Don Ilelnrichs will preside at the service. 1 Th e men have formed a men's chorus for the special music. This' service starts the new schedule for the fall. Only the 11 a.m. morning worship service will be conducted. There will be | no more early 9 a.m. services until spring. I The evening worship service is Included in the department meetings of the Baptist Evening Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. every Sunday for the entire family and includes a .preaching service. last summer by arsonists in south Georgia. The decision by the cloistered monastic community was made before the convening In Rome of the Catholic Ecumenical Council to discuss Christian unity. "We didn't like what happened and we wanted to make some gesture—not just as Catholics—for this is our part of the country now," said Father Charles, 45, a World War II veteran who left a journalistic career to enter the monastery. Although they don't get newspapers and only a few are permitted to speak, the monks learned of the church burnings which came as a climax to prolonged racial troubles in Albany, Ga. "When we heard about this, a number of ug felt there should be some kind of expression from us as members of the same community," Father Charles said. "Our love of our neighbors is very deeply rooted," he said. "And, you see, we todk a vow of stability—that is, we will stay ' here until wo die. So we feel very Poge 7 Garden tnit.v Telegram Friday, October 24, 1962 much a part of tWs area." The church windows, which haven't been started yet pending completion of architectural design for the church building, will be tediously and meticulously put together in the glass shop of the monastery. In the glass shop Father Charles pointed to inch-thick pieces of colored glass which the monks will cut and chisel into artistic designs. The windows Will go to Mount Mary and Mount Olive Baptist churches near Dawson. Hundreds of persons from over the country visit the monastery every month. It was completed onlry three years ago and an open house attracted 70,000 to 100,000 visitors, mostly from the gUf- rounding area. More Church News Page 8 Complete Selection in Deluxe Fine Furniture Console,, Cabinetry In Genuine Veneers and Select Hardwood Solids THE POLONAISE, MODEL MK 2685, French Pmihcitl Styling. THE RIGOIETIO, MODEL MK2675H, Itifon Provincial Styling. THE DANUBE, MODEL MK2B70W. Diilklivi Danish Modern Styling. 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