4 -SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBERS, 1950 Southeastern Arizona' correspondents: Benson--Mrs.'Jessie'Miller Blsbee-Warren--Mrs, A. J Gilbert, 107 Vista Warren BlsbEe-Warren--Hugh Kcyes, Phone 707 Safford--Mrs. Vera Berry hill, Phone 174 .Tombstone--Fred Gerken Jr., Phone 216S _.. Wlllcox--MM.. Betty Jo Hart, Phone 275-W Southeastern Radio Dial KAWT --DOUGLAS 1450 . KGLU --SAFFOKD 1480 KSUN -- LOWELI 1230 BjaUKJJAX PlJLUilT- . 6:00 Cass Daley Â«:15 Caw Daley 6:30 Dane; Data Â· 6:*5 Dace Dale 7:00 Bit Farad* ?:li flit Ptrsa* 7:30 Dennis Day '. " ' Â· 7:45 Denote Dty 8:00 Judy Canovo 8:15 Judy Canova 8:30 Grand Old Opry 8:55 Grand Old Opry 8:00 News i . . . , S:15 IS. Discussion 9:30 Lombardo'a Oreh, B:Â«5 Lombardo'a OrcB. 10:00 News and Musis 10:30 NBc'brchestr*. 10:4S NBC'OrchÂ«strÂ» 11:00 Â· Â·Has , . BIS' ' ' BDXDAY MORXTN G Cass Daley - Cass Daley Wanted. Wanted Hit Parana Htt.Paraae Dennis Day Dennis Day Judy Canova . Judy Canova Grand Old Opry Grand Old Opry Â·News Savins Bond Show Guy Lombards * orcn. Â· Guv Lombardo's Orch. News and 'Music Music NBC Dance TlmÂ« ~ Tomorrow's Headline* NBC Orchestra Music Â»nd News Reviewing Stand Reviewlnc Stand Football Scores Sam HaÂ«s News AAF Show AAF Show Hawaii Calls Hawaii Calls Take A Number Take A Number Â· Ben PollacK Orch. Ben Pnilack Orch. Salute to Reservist* Salute to Reservist* Lombardoland USA Lombardoland USA 1 t News Hoosler Hotshots Hoosler Hotsbots MBS Orchestra . _ ' ' Â«:00 Â·ins ' e:30 Freedom Story 7:00 World News 7:15 Wormwood Forest 7:30 Cameos of.Muslc . ; 7:45 Cameos ol Music World News_ Wormwood Forett Cameos o! Music Cameos oÂ£ Music Music tor Sunday Music (or Sunday Prophesy EiKcst -8:00 Radio Pulpit Â· 8:15 Radio Pulpit Â»:30 Good News Hour Â»:Â« Good News Hour National Radio PulotJ National Radio PuloU Good News Hour Good News Hour Story Time Story Time AssemblisaeDlos Assemhlla dc Dlos fl:00 Ernie Lee 9:1S Chrtstlap Sdcnc* 8:30 Voice of Prophecy s:45 Voice of Prophecy Errue Le^ Show Christian Science Voice of Prophecy Voice of Prophecy BacJc to God Hour Back to God Hour Mutual Chamber JJ 10:00 News 10:15 Commander Scott 10:10 Eternal Light jo:Â« Eternal Light News _ -Commander Scott Sunday Serenad* Theater Time ; Radio Bible -Class Sndlo Bible Class Lutheran Hour Lutheran Hour_ 12:00 Catholic Hour 12:15 Catholic Hour 12:30 Voices and Events 12:45 Voices and Svcnta 1:00 NBC Theater 1:15 NBC Theater 1:30 Quiz Kids 1;Â«5 Quli Klda x:00 T!io Falcon 2:13 The Falcon 2:30 The Saint i:Â«S The . e Big G u y 3:I!The Bic Guy . 3:30 Charlie Wild lie Wlld_ Catholic Hour Catholic Hour Voices and Event! Voices and Events NBC Theater NBC Theater tKids The Falcon . The Falcon Hlsh Advcntur* High Adventurt The Bic Guy The Bit Guy Charlie Wild* Charlie Wilde Of The Air Badlo' Warblers _.,_.,, Warren Community Cfiurcn Warren Community Church Proudly We Hall Proudly Wo Hau Blue SWes Radio Canaries _ Bill Cunnlncham Orchestra Oi World Orchestra Of_World_ "Orchestra Of World Orchestra Ot World Martin Kane JÂ«artta_Kaiie_ The Shadow The Shadow Trua DotectiVit True Detcctivi! --Desert Studio Photo THE FRED HILBURN American Legion auxiliary at Douglas set a record at a banquet this week fey initiating 234 new membejs, including a child, 6 months, and entire" families. Guest of honor at the banquet was Mrs. Faye: Dorsett, Mesa, state Legion auxiliary president. From left at the speakers' table are Mmes. Nell Gillespie, membership chairman of Fred Hilburn auxiliary: Gertrude Johnston, Pauline Clark, Marie Cooney, Dorsett; Wilma Hoyal, past national president; Belle Patterson, Fred Hilburn auxiliary president; and Ruth Blakesley, state department secretary. Â· 4:00 Penny Singleton 4:15 Penny Singleton 4:30 Western Caravan 4:15 Western Caravan Penny Singleton Penny Singleton Western Caravan Western Ca: Roy Rocers BOV Rocers Nick Carter Nick Cartc- tl.OW Reward sl.OGO Rcvard Phil Harris Show Phil Harris Show Texai Ranger! Texas RÂ«nÂ«eri Theatre Guild. Theatre Guljd. Â«;00 T*n Ranters Â«:15TÂ«XMlUnÂ«erÂ« 8:30 ThiÂ»tÂ» Guild Gulld Theatre Guild Theatre Guild _ American Album merican Album 7:00 TpMtrt. Guild. 7:15TheÂ»trÂ« T:30 American Tits Americin Albu This Is Euroo* This Is Euroiw 2000 Plus 2000 Plus . ';Â« Meet MÂ« In St,JLouij Fred Hilburn Auxiliary Sets Membership, Initiation Marks DOUGLAS. Nov. 4.--The local Fred Hilburn post No. 11,. American Legion auxiliary, broke several records Wednesday night. Under the leadership of Mrs. Nell Glllespie, membership chairman, it went over the top on its membership- drive and initiated the largest group of new members in history, from 6-month-old Glenda Ra Howard to whole j families, including four members o the Heidrick family, the mothe: and two daughters of the Spark: Â»;1S News _ 1:90 atindurd Hour 3:41 standard Hour jSeet Me a si: iÂ£55. Sclenw Editor Standard Symphon* standard Symphony _ 20 Questioni 20 Questioni Count Ot Montu Count Ot MontÂ» j Newstaoer o the Air Hour ot St. Francis 'T:00 ValHy Valley VÂ»rietleÂ» l:Â«l Breaklast on a Â·i-lÂ» BreaMait on Â» 1:90 News Rise and ShlnÂ» Farm and Local Newi Breaklast NewÂ» Aril- HUltei. Tradlne Post Bin* Crosby News Morning MbCtur* Roadside CbapÂ«l News ExchanÂ»Â» jobcast Frunk He SuiBins Down ThÂ« Rosd Singing Down The Road Singing Down The Road family and the mother and two daughters of the Clancy family. Guests of honor during the evening were Mrs. Faye Dorsett o Mesa, department president, anc Mrs. Ruth Blakesley, departmen 1 secretary. Their pleasure at the 23' new members announced Wednes day night was expressed by Mrs Dorsett, who said this was the lar gest initiation' she had ever wit nessed. . Â· Â· A buffet rapper was served, lol lowed by a musical program. Mrs. Hodgkins at the piano accompanied Mrs. McCarroll, who sang' "Car- rnina" 'and "Trees." 'Sirvlces Are Vital' "Today as never before the services rendered by the American Legion auxiliary are a vital necessity. We can npver forget. The needs of the hospitalized veteran, the serviceman's, family, the veterans' orphans are a part of.our daily living. Special emphasis during the month of October is placed on.tKe education of orphans. The month of November is devoted especially to memberships to increase the aid we will be able to.give all service' men. December is rehabilitation month'. Each month during the year sees devotion to some special the American Legion. Dorsett In 1:00 Star Guesilnr fl Sunstt and VlnÂ« Â»:Â» Jtck Birch Organ Meloolei Jack Berch Grcenlce County Hour News Lean Bock And Listen HomemaKer Harmonies Bulletin Board Dial Dave Garroway News We Love and Leam Lanhv Hoss Calls Tell Your Nciehbor -Gabriel Heatter's MÂ»llbaÂ» II :00 Break the Banle fiSo-ISftSU. Luncheon With Lopes Echoes From Tropic* Theatre Tim* Dick Htymes Slnui Morning' Serenado MominB Serenade 13:00 Deubls Jl: ftis6Â«M;orN6tttaÂ« 1J-45 Newi Double or Nothln* Double or NothlM Blck Haym" Show New* -Lite Can Be Beautiful Road of Life News At the Organ Guecn For A Djr Queen For A Day_ Ladies Fair Ladles Fair United Nation* Siesta Time 1:00 BaefclUlje W1JÂ» 2:19 SUllÂ« DÂ«'l! 2:30 Loremo Jonu a-Â« Vntin* Wldd^r Bl Backstage Wlft Stella Dallas Lorenzo Jones Younz Wldder Bands For Bonds Harvey Hardine SlnÂ« ChucKle Wacon ChucMe Wagon 3:00 Music . J:1S PorHi fi 3:30 Dr. Paul 3M Pinning Sisters ':00 Welcome Traveler 4:l.t Wclcotri* Travel** Â«:3ti Aunt MarÂ» Lets Get Together Portia Dr. Paul News Mutual Music JacK service by auxiliary," said Mrs. her after-dinner talk. Mrs. VWilma Hoj^al of Douglas, past national president, recounted how she,-saw Dorothy Lamour at the recent national convention In Los Angeles insist -upon her husband joining the Legion : immediately so she could join the auxiliary. Miss Lamour, who had entertained overseas for several months knew first hand and spoke highly of Â· the wonderful work of the American Legion in keeping" up the morale of men' overseas and was both anxious and proud to' be a member of the auxiliary, Mrs. Hoyal said.. Jackets, Gifts Shown On display at the post home Wednesday night were the bed jackets being completed' by the auxiliary for the veterans' hospital in Tucson, as well as children's gifts-and clothes to go to the gift shop there, allowing each veteran Welcome Travelers Welcome Traveler* Aunf Msrv Rhythm Ranch Franlc rlemlnewny Hillbilly Hnedovm Sam Hayes 1:00 Douxlu Newt 5:15 News 5:30 Newi of the World s:*5 H. V. Kalttnbom Hhythm Ranch Kews and Sport* News of the World Studio Party Mark Trail Challenge ot the Yulton Â· Contest Prize Is Awarded WILLCOX, Nov. 4.--Mrs. Faye Dorsett, department president of the American-Legion auxiliary, officially visited the local unit Monday evening at. the Vets' club. A Joint dinner of the Legion post and auxiliary was enjoyed by about 50 members and friends. .During the dinner, President Helen Tschirhart introduced Mmes. Dorsett'and Charlotte Helbig, past department president and present national executive committeewoman; Clinton Helbig; Mrs. Catherine Newell of Los Angeles; and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eikenberry. Mrs, Helbig presented past president, Mrs. Thelmer .Smith, an award and check for $15 as saconc prize in. the national contest for outstanding -work done through the community service committee Mrs. Smith, in turn, called the chairman, Mrs. Gordon J. Ewing, to share the honor.: Mrs. Ewing complimented her committee for making the project a success. A piano duct by Mmes." Eikenberry and - Oscar Wood was enjoyed during the dinner. After the business meeting, Mrs. Dorsett outlined the work for the coming year on a month-to-month basis. She stressed the need of getting more members, as each unit's quota has been increased.- The local unit has an Increase of eight dust yesterday morning. The wind was chilly, bringing the first fall weather to this section of the state. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hart'made a business trip to Benson yesterday. George Meyer was called to Casa Grande yesterday to repair machinery belonging to Ray Trapp- man. An application of 100 pounds of superphosphate to every ton of to choose for'his family with ease fresh poultry manure prevents loss and at no cost. . I of nitrogen. At the conclusion of the meeting ^-- Â· = Mmes. Dorsett and Blakesley were presented unusual corsages by Mrs Belle Patterson, auxiliary president. Mrs. Patterson also presented the auxiliary a gavel bell engraved in memory of the late.George Patterson, late' Fired Hilburn. post adjutant.' The list of members initiated last Slwp To Print Fashion Show Set Thursday VFW Monthly BENSON, Nov. 4. -- Publication of the Veterans Of Foreign Wars' state newspaper, Arizona Veterans News, will .be done in. the plant of the local San Pedro Valley New weekly, local editor and publisher, H. J. Bradley Jr., who heads an Industrial committee appointed recently by Benson Chamber of Commerce for bringing new business and industry into announced. the town, has The paper Is said to be the only one of its kind in the United States being printed by 'VFW members solely for VFW membership. One qualification required to be eligible to print the-paper is that'all workers in the shop must be '.VFW members, Bradley stated. First publication of the monthly saper will be on or about Nov. 18, when 7,500 copies will be run off the press, .Bradley said.. . State representatives for the paper conferred here last week with Bradley concerning its publication. It formerly was' printed in a nearby town. A-contract "has been signed to print the .paper until July, 1951. Because of. extra vork ,inÂ» handling the .job, more help will be hired for the local ,hop, which now ' employs, four men, It was explained. John Waddel, Tucson, .is editor j of the monthly VFW paper, and Col. Sutherland, also of Tucson, is business manager. Working on the .industrial committee with Bradley as cochairman s Thomas B. Allln. Jr.,.-local attorney, and William H. Perkins, real estate dealer, all chamber members. | The -committee.-."is ..now . layingj _roundwork 'for another!- enterprise and hopes to. have available for release soon. SAFFORD, Nov. 4. --Miss Ad May, Marshall, 4-H stylist for. New' York City pattern companj will conduct a teen age fashion show at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Safford high school auditorium. Miss Marshall received her BS degree fromvthe college of hoin economics as a major in mer'ehan dising and fashion design at Syra cuse university. She was a,'4-1 Â·club member herself and, to adi o .her distinction, was an alternate N'ew York state winner in the an nual national dress revue. With this background, she brings o her-job a' firsthand knowledge of 4-H club girls and her educa ional training qualifies her to ad rise them on their clothing and ;ewlng. problems. This 1950.fall fashion show titled 'Fashion Candids for the Â£-H Club night includes the names of a new ;roup to be known as the Ameri' can Legion auxiliary juniors, who will meet in two weeks to elect their own offfcers. They are the daughters of auxiliary members. Initiated were: , Dorothy Cullum, Flora Loving, Winifred "Hlckcox, Miriam Howard, Annie Burns, Elizabeth Comp;on, Dorothy' Pischer, Alice McPherson, Idella HeidrJck, MIclde Porter, Ellen Green, Loila Thomas, Carol Wilders. Minnie Price, Molie Clancy, Elaine Rogers,, Estelle Mi Clark, Mary Jo Bartch. Lillian Stevens, Nell Overlook, Jo Ann Virginia Meadows, Florence Fritts, Pat Clancy. Aileen Wright, Jossphine Ro- quini, Julia Heidrick, Doris Jean 3ees, Cheryl Lee Daughsrty," Sarah Sue Sparks, Peggy- Jean Sparks, Betty Meredith, Mary June Wright, Gladys Acosta, Margaret Verdugo, Mary Ann Martin, Nancy Lewis, Opal Bartch, Glendu Ra Howard, ilary Luce, Sharon iReynard, Irene Haltingly. Willcox WILLCOX, Nov. 4. -- The Willcox ilgh school band received a check or S20 Thursday from the Tomb- tone Helldorado \ committee. The 'and, sponsored by the Willcox Chamber of Commerce, won first 'lace in the Hdldorado b a n d contest Miss Carmen Bedolla spent Thursday In Douglas". Jack Stewart was crowned king and Edna Pregenzer "iueen at the GAA party last Friday at the high school. Willcoxans and Stewurt district residents awoke to high..winds and The Most Practical FLOOR COVERING In The World! HEMP From the Philippine* Free Estimate* Gladly Given Term* .If Detired . COPPER PALM RATTAN SHOP Open Daily Sunday 10 A. M. to 8P.M. % Mile Beyond Orerpass on Casa Grande High-way YOVR Church Can Have a HAMMOND ORGAN Wlir Ew without the manifold ad- raaiage* of rich organ jnusio in your chinch? . . . . . .. , Â· Â· Â· Â· ; Did yon know that Music's Most Glorious Voice, the Hammond Orgon, is also the world's lowest- priced complete organ? It's true . . . and it's also true that somo 20,000 churches, from the very largest cathedrals to the smallest chapels, use the Hammond Organ. Prlcw start d HampiDnd Organ ol tut ihowroomi toon. , $1285 F.O.B. Chlcayo for SDlnet Moid (not jhoicrcj H A R M O N Y HOUSE 204 yorth Stone ATE. Phone 3-9469 member to bring her Christmas present for the .veterans' families to the next meeting. Boxes will be, placed in convenient places for others to donate. This is a worthwhile project because there are many veterans in the hospitals who would not be families any able to give their remembrances 'at members, making a total of 65 for 1950-51. Mrs. Jesse Stuart, chairman of the bed jacket project, reported 19 Jackets had been made and some of the members will meet with her at her" home to make the button holes and sew on the buttons. They will then he sent to Tucson.jnesota and a summer session Mrs. .M. J.. Nicholson asked, each the University of-Arizona, Christmas time, were it not for these gifts, it was said. .There 1 need for .baby clothes, boys' cloth, ing and toys; however, anythin; will' be accepted. The present must be wrapped in clear cello phane and the size marked on .th outside, so there will be no need to open the packages at the hOB pital.' At Chest Meeting Mrs. J. C. Wilson was appointed to represent the auxiliary a t the Community Chest meeting In the city hall. Mrs. F. E. Crookshank was ap; pointed publicity chairman to-fill the vacancy caused by the resigiia tion of Mrs. Lyman Jensen. Because a dinner and dance are being planned Nov. 10, there will only be a business meeting Nov 13, the regular meeting night. Â· The dinner was In charge o: Mmss. Robert Hyde, chairman; and Nicholson, Porter Fox, George Austin and-Ewing. TAKE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OUT OF POLITICS VOTE 106 YES Sponsored by Arizona Gvil Service Comimlttcc Parent'Teacher Groups Will Hear Talk Monday BISBEE. Nov. 4.--Lincoln, and Horace Mann Parent-Teachers associations-will meet in the recre ation center at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Verner' Curtiss, Eisbee 1 high school teacher, will speak. Curtis was former principal of Norwood and Young America Central high school in Minnesota. . He Â· ' Is a graduate of Duluth state teachers college and has a year of Â·UP work at the University of Minat FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FAMOUS FOB THE GOSPEL AND ITS TOU?fG PEOPLE Corner North Sbrth Afrenne and Eftrt Fifth Street- Pastor*: K. . Beal, K. E, Mattesoa, W. E, Eppi S:45 A. M.--BIBLE SCHOOL. Classes for all ages. MEN'S CLASS, Sleeth Chapel, Dr. K. S. Beal, Teacher. 11:00 A. M,--WORSHIP SERVICE. Choir Anthem, "O Light Divine," Frisby-Stlckle*. Sermon by Roy JJ. Brown, Evangelist. 6:30 P. M".--B. l r . P. XL Groups, Primary through College-Professional. P r a y e r Fellowship -- C.H.B. class room. Bible S t u d y Group -- "DISPENSATIONS," T:30 P.M.--EVANGELISTIC SERVICE. Solo, "Forward to Christ" (O'Hara), Mr. William H. Eckel. . Sermon by Koy L. Brown. REVIVAL SERA1CES ROY L. BROWN, EVANGELIST November 5 through 12 ,Hcar this consecrated Detroit business man twice daily: 10:00 A.M.--Sleeth Chapel. Â· " 7:30 P.M.--Vain Auditorium. --COME AND BRING A FRIEND-- t SYNODICAL CONFERENCE LUTHERAN CHURCHES WE SUPPORT THE 1ETHERAN HOUR BEAR IT EVERY SUNDAY 3:00 PM KCNA GRACE 830 No. 1st Ave. Sunday School, 9:30 A.M. Worship Services 10:45 A..M. -- 8:00 P.M. City Bns 1 REV. E. ARNOLD SITZ T21 S. 2nd Are. Phone 3-2813 GOOD SHEPHERD Catallna Junior High B.S. and Adult Bible Hour 9:30. Worship Service 10:45. Rev. REDEEMER 200 E. Yavapai Rd. S.S. 9:45--Flowing Wells 9:30.. Worship Services--Sunday 11 A.M. Wednesday--7:30 P.M. --Christian'Day School-REV. NORMAN BERG 1137 N. 7th Ave. Ph. 3-0095 SPANISH MISSION llOi So. Fifth Ave. S.S. 10 A.M., Worship. 11 A.M. Radio - KOPO . 7:45 A. M. Robt, Hochmuth. Pli. 5-5682. ) Rev. V. H, Winter Ph. 3-8213 What Christians Owe the Jews .Christians are indebted to the Jews for the church. ALL the .first members of the church were Jews. The gospel was not given to the Gentiles for several years after Pentecost. This was done through Simon Peter, one of .the twelve apostlej. Acts 15:5-17. But there rose up certain of the sect of the Pharisees which believed, saying, That it was needful to circumcise them, and to command them to teep the law of Moses. And the apostles and elders came together for to consider of this matter. And when there had been mlich disputing, Peter rose up, and said unto them, Men and brethren, ye know how that a good whils ago God made choice among us, that the Gentiles by my mouth should hÂ«ar the word of the gospel, and believe. And God, which fcnoweth the hearts, bear them witness, giving them the Holy Spirit, even as he did unto us. And put no difference between us- and them, purifying their hearts by faith. Now therefore why tempt ye God to put a yoke upon the neck of the disciples, which neither our fathers nor we were able to bear? But we beliavs that through the grace of Â· the Lord Jesus Christ we shall be saved, even as they. Then all the murHtuda kept silence, and gave audience to Barnabas and Paul, declaring what miracles and wonders God had wrought among the Gentiles by thsm. Arid after they had held their peace, James answered, saying, Men and ^brethren, hearken unto me: Simeon hath declared how God at the first did visif the Gentiles, to take out of them'a people for his name., And to this, agree the words of the prophets; as it is written, After this will I return, and will build again the tabernacle of David, which is fallen down; arid I will build again the ruins thereof, and I will set it up: That the residue of men might seek after the Lord, and all the Gentiles, upon whom my name is called, saith the Lord, who doeth all these things. For further information write P. 0. Bo.x 6245 ' Tucson, .Arixona . . , , CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE Sunday 11:00 - A'. M. Subject: "FREEDOM FROM CONFLICT" 8:00--Dianetics Discussed 737- North, Sixth . Avenue a Modern Miss" will feature clothing every 4-H club member may want to make for herself. ' -Â· ; The show consists of 16 garments styled for girls aged 10-to,21,and will' include : outfits .for school, sportswear, dates and formal ..parties. Local : girls will be selected to model the garments when. Miss r h l - . - " ' ' Marshall presents the All mothers of teen age girls:and homemalvers who would like toi's.ee these patterns -and styles- are: invited. - ' Â· . ' - Â· ' , Â· Miss Marshall will stress poster* and grocming as part of her fashion. advice. . ' . - ; , ; Â· ; The show Is sponsored. by ;.the agricultural extension servlceVaiid Â·i-H clubs. Mrs. Lois E. Harrison, local home demonstration agent, is in charge. , Â· -.. J. 6. "George" Kimc ; REAL ESTATE AND APPRAISALS' 30 Tears In EeaJ EstatÂ» ; Business in Xncsoni 1097 E. Lowell Ph. 4-C964 \ C H U R C H DIRECTORY (These Are Paid Advertisements) COKONADO BAPTIST CHURCH; Â· 2535 S; Stone Are. Rev. A. E. Diddams, \Pagtor Phone 3-5576 Bible School, 9:45 A. M. Worship, 11 A. M., 730 P. M, EMMANUEL (SOUTHERN) BAPTIST CHURCH 1825 North Mapls. Phone 6-0263 Eugene Slone, Pastor S S., 9:45 A.M.; T. t)., 6:30 P.M. Church, 11 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. FlfeST BAPTIST CHURCH Â·It. Sixth Ave, and E: Fifth St R. S. Beal, D, D. Phone 3-7521 - ' Bible School, 9:45 A. M. Preaching, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST .CHURCH ; Speedway North Third Aye. J. Will Howell, Pastor Pro Tern ll:tMl:45 -- Station KCNA S. 8., 930 A.M.! T. U., 6:20 P.M. Worship, 10:45 A M., 7:30 P.Mv NORTH TUCSON BAPTIST 5100 North First ATe. .-.'Paul L. Morgan,' Pastor Â· Phone 3-3007 . Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Worship, 11 A. M.,,7:30 P. M. Training Union, 6:30 P. M. BIBLE CHAPEL 1804. ; East, North (Near Campbell and Grant) Lord's Snppcr; 9ri5 A? M'.'" Family Bible Hoar, 10:45 A;- M. South Meeting, 6:45 P. M. Preaching Service, 7:45 P. M, CHURCH OP CHRIST 145 N. Country CInb W. Wallace Layton, Minister Bible Study, 9:45 A, M. Preaching, 10:45 A. SI. v Evening, 7:30 P. M, CHURCH OP CHRIST 1139 East Mabel St., Qncntin Panning, minister Phone 3-8104 ' Bible Study, 9:43 A. M. Preaching, 10:45 A.M., 7:30 P.M. Communion, 11:45 A. M. and 8:30 P. M. BETHEL CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 2550 North Tucson Blvd. 9:45 A. M., Sunday School Worship, 10:45 A. M., 7:30 P. M. Bev, G. B. Boerfyn, Pastor Telephone 5-3432 FIRST.METHOD.TST CHURCH 1 .East-Fourth and Park Arc. 1 Rev. Richard j.Dunlap Phone 3-4G02 . 'Sunday School, 9:30 A, M. Church Service, 8:30 and 10:45 A. M. tOSTVERSiry-CATALINA * METHODIST CHURCH 2700 East Speedway Rev. Manricc G. Ballenget Â· Phone 5.5449 Worship, 10:45 A. M. .Chprch School, 9:30, 10:45 A.M r AMERICAN EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH Shrine Club, 2900 E. B'wajr. : E. A.' Hoefer, Pastor: Phone 3-0809 Â· Sunday School, 10 A. M. ( f Worship,-11:00 A. M. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCBT (Missonri Synbd) - Â» Peter E. Howell- School East Fifth'St. and Irving AvÂ£ ' -Raymond. Buck, -Pastor, . .-; /' phone 5-0039 ^ .; Sunday. School, 9 30 A. M. Morning Service, 10.45 A. H. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH' (Syriodlcal Conference) .830 North, First Aye. A . Rev. E. Arnold Sltz, Paftot ~ ; Phone 3-2613' Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. ;. W6rsblpV10:45;A. M., 8 P. M.' ( HOLT TRINirr LUTHERAJir * . / . - . ' , . ' (Missouri; Synod) * ...-i.Wakefle.Id;Junior High , South Ninth Arc. and 44th St. ". Raymond Buck, Pastor , , , Phone 5-0039 Â· , ' . Bfornfiig Service, 8:00 A.. Sfc ^ ' Sunday School, 9*:00 A;M. ; '^ OUR SAVIOUR'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH N. Campbell Ave; Helen Sf ; Interim Pastor, '"* Dr. C. N. Swihart , v Church Services 8:30 * It AJU ,, Sunday School, 9:45 A. M. ' REDEESCER EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH . (Synodlcal Conference) 200 East Vavapai Road Phone 3-0095 Norman Berg, Pastor S. S. Bible Class, 9:45 A. M. Divine Service, 11:00 A. M. ' FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ) 740 E. Speedway at Euclid Rev. Harold L. Lunger, Ph. D. Phone 2-0171 Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. ' Worship, 10:45 A. M. and 7:15 P. M. CHRISTIAN MISSIONARI ALLIANCE . !f. First Ave. and E. Adams St. Rev. William J. Poley, Phone 3-645!) 9:45 A. M., Sunday School Worship, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. WEST LINCOLN CHURCH OF CHRIST 92 West Lincoln Visitors Welcome Phone 5-9952 Bible Study, ,10 A. M. Worship, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. Sf. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 2nd Ave. at 3rd St. Ph. 3-0172 10:55 A. M., Divine Worship and Church School, Parallel Session! GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH Stone Ave. at Third St. Jerry Wallace, Rector Phone 3-8823 . Â· Sunday School, 9:30 Av M. .. Services, 8, and 11 A. M. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH . . :(Eplsropal Student Center) J220 E. 4th Street; . . . , T . Rev. John W. Ellison, Chaplain Ph. i4142 pr 6-WG7y V , 9 A.M. H. C.; 11 A. M. H, C.' ST. PHILIP'S-IN-THE-HTLL3 EPISCOPAL CHURCH St. Philip'* Plaza, Ph. 6-0293 . Rev. Georgo Fcrffason, Rector Sunday Services, 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 A. M. PRESByiERIAN CHURCH OF THE COVENANT East 17th St. and Treat AT*. Ronald M, Straus, Minister Phone 5-9838 Â· . Church School, 9^30 A.-M." Worship, 11 A. M. . MOUNTAIN VIEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH r 3809 East Th/rd Sr, Rev. Paul David Sbolln Church School, 9:45 A.lfil. Worship, 8:30 and 11 A. Jt i'onth Meeting, 7 P, M. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN Â·Third St. and Fourth Ave., .. Glenn C. 'McGee, D.D., Minister. 'Phone 3-2579 Church School, 9:30 A. M. Â· Services, 8:30 and 11 A. M. THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (Quakers) 436 E. Third St. (rear) For 'Information Phono 5-3959 Worship, 11 A. M. PALO VERDE BAPTIST CHURCH 2031 Xortii Palo Verde C. J. Cording, Pastor Phono 5-5203 Bible School, 9:45 A. M. Worship, 11 A.M. and 8:00 PJtt.- SEVENIH-DAY. ADVENTISI CHURCH 1200 North Mountain Ave. John D. Trade, Minister Phone 5-9708 Saturday, Sabbath School, 9:30 . Worship Hour, 11 A. SL CHURCH OF JESDS CHRIST OF LATTER DAF SAINTS 1103 East Sixth St. Phone 2-007C A. G. Kimball, Bishop 10:30 A. M. and 7 P. M. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST E. Sth St. at Country CInb Rd, Phone 5-1181 Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Morning Service, 11 A. 51, "UNITARIAN CHURCH Miles School 1400 E. Broadway 11:00 A. M. UNITY SERVICE 1521 E. 9th St. I/oIa Lee Holland, Speaker Phono 3-8970 Sunday--11 A.M. Tuesday--Unity Clast 2:00 7:30 P.M.
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