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Greenville (hunh Directory i lOUKtli CAlllOLlC. CHURCH 4W. Mom M taihn tomin Mullvn Coifs, foUin Jem* Co,,oil Atihignl falhn /cant farlcH. *ulttgnl fath.j Themtn 0«lcn« r . Aultlanl WJNOAl MASSfci «0t o m /,UU o fn 3:30 g m 10-00 a m 11,30 7 1 4.OU O.n. KiCII MASi .. B.JU o NURSERr m Purlih Ha! I 1000 o jlSAEY fAASi BENEDICTION 6 00 .WLI DAT:* Cr OBuGAfiON - * W E t K D A Y fAASSES . 6,30 a.m.. ; · .fn . 6i30 a.m in Convert]. HAM fRiDAY; MAiStS--6.3O am. fi3U o n * o m In lft» chjfh 10i30 a.m. tchocl LUNrtbilONi - Sarmijo \\,'JJ a.m.. 4.0U HJ 6.00 i m and i30 ro °.X» D Ev« ol K 0 : Y tan and Finr Fridays. 5,DO to o.OO p.m /i30 to 830 o n RELIGIOUS tN5lfiUCrJON5 - A/.v i CALVAKY B-APTISl CHURCH 233? Higher 13 Ecu RI-... /ehn W. Cock. Poilot Hilbvn WQ!\»I, Choir Olr*c1 3 i Mr* Mitchell Raini, Chunk Sitiilc Mem ing V/oJihip Yoorh Cho:. Prctt-c Tro.n no Un.ci Evening *VciihiD th-!d[*ri t year i nd 11 00 A M 5.00 P fA 6:1 5 P.M ,, 7,30 P.fA PARKVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Ippl . Edbtarlc Sulia i David W Brrr.ard Bci Mr*. Huyh NabU, Choli D i r e c t o r Morning \Vo.'i'"D 8:30 A M Svndar yincl 9.X5 A r.\ John [1 Davii. S',, SuQeilnlendeni Waging Wcrjh'o H-00 A.M Tuning Un : o* -- 4.45 P. I D Jornan. DUeaot Evening VVonWp , 8.00 p. (Nurie^ lj£il.1i« djrinj al Jmrv. A paOGPAM FOP E V E B f PER5OH GSEATtR IT. MATTHEW A.M.E. CHU8CH j j.COND *APII] CHURCH «H iaulh Theobald Grttnvlllt. U.'n !·». Cauncft SaviU, Paitw Kairoi'i Stvdr Phcni EO S 1401 S*r«rary. Mit Harold fl«I«ht twrn CD 2.6O1? fJliT ^JtESIYTEIIAI, 1 CltUICH O-» JtA« Calvl* Clxl* M/i. Sa Nvnon. O.U., Mlnlittf H. Sntllh. O.C.E. Chwth Off;** ia» Mom I Oil 11 j Onion ... n.rtg WcxUUo . , ,, IliOO a m ' 6,30 o.m VYMU ,, Won --2*00 D rr WMN M o o - - 7 i 3 Q o m WMU _ Iu*i -9.00 a m ;ea,TU R A.|, C A.I Woifcti'i -eei-ng Wed -7iOU o m r-rayei r.'.eettng .-- Wed 1 -7i*5 o n "'kill Prcciit* W t d . - - S . S O D m oirwfhood rtw*.--7i30 D * n fHE CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHESY 423 Hunl Jr. i«v. U7 a I WaiMnglcn, Pojloi M-iday SchcoJ ..- 10:00 a.m ciirwp Sarvfc* 11 o,cn. and 7i30 » m avcj Meeting 7.30 p.m Wednesday GRACE MEIHODISI CHURCH Ihomoi Si. ot Alexander Sunday Sclisol SuorilmerxJe^r. lorja D. School ,, ..__ ..... W M Marl in, Svpl. __________ P*op!» W.eet g Ee.-vk» 9i4S i 11,00 a.m. 5i45 o.m. 6il5 D.m. 7iOO o.rn, . 7,00 om . 7,30 D.m. . flilS D.m. OwU tehee. »a I h-jitdar, Junior ChoU Pra SOUTHSID* BAPTIST CHURCH 137 V/. R*td Read Rev. DM H. N.LI, Pmlcr SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday S;hool--9,4i Mofrina Woiihlp--11 iOO Training Onion--6,15 Evening Woiihpl--7,30 WEEK OAY SERVICES Mlrf.Weefa Piavff Servkei--7.30 ^' foong Jr n'i B,bl* C'aw CibJe Clou Mvlt» Woith-p ... .. - - - 9-40 A M 9.40 A W 9.^0 A.M . - M.OO A M Of God" Rev. W. t Moilln. Jr., GueM Mlntjlei iHitieiy will be provided during iht no hour ol wonVp for cKirj-cn gh tit yeo-i of ago. Senior and Pltxitu Felfowihlp _ 6 P.M. PBESIYTERIAN CHAPE1. H-rJ cl KcHh Poplar T. tun.II Nuntw, O.D., M^lilN «rJno WoilHp 9:00 A M w(ay School 9i*0 A.M fAolv Sa/n H Smith, Suot, SEVENTH-DAY ADVENflSl CKUJtCH 470 AUxandn Si. Rob Anwr.cni, PC Ho i, 336 Aicx Drlvt 9,30 o.r SaMrday , Sabbolh School 0:45 o.rn Soluiday -- Preaching KIBLE WAY 1AI£RNACLI Hlgkway 87 end Hannah Slriil Th« R«v. Ivin Bumi, Pailoi School ______ 10:00 a.n Servlc* _____ 7i30 p.n Ti.Tid3v cxd Thwtidcv, 7i33 a n HE! 8.00 P. 0.00 o. 0.00 o. IEW UNJON CONGBEGATION H«rb»,l II»rdtl. ITcbbl 504 Main St. TI.--Friday n.--Sunday School UK MEMORIAL 8APIJST CHUXCH Jom**, Mill. *v. Chailti Cook, Pailo SECOND BAPTIST REVIVAL PERSONALITIES -- The Rev. Harold Save]I (left), ol Sanford N.C., will be (he evangelist at revival services scheduled Sunday through Friday at the Second Baptist Chinch, the pastor, the Rev. Carman SavelJ, announced. Leading the singing will be Luther Burney, minister oi music at Ridge Avenue Baptist Church, West Monroe, La. Services will be held daily at 7 a.m. and a 7:45 p.m. at the" church on South Theobald Street. nirvg L'nlci nlrvg V/ariVp -- ,U_Wcd. 10 11 . 7,00 p. 7,45 p. 2,30 p. Rev. Robert Martin To Be First Presbyterian Guest Minister Wnli. DEER CSFEK-GREENVILLE PEHTACOSTAL CHURCH t? E. and Airport locd ' . H. R. RfthardiMi. Pailar . . rvkei a-xJ Sunday Stvool t (ion 10 a.n. 10 12 neon, rvlcet el 7i30 p.m. Sundov. Ntlton Pryor PaUenon. Poilar Al/l, V. H. Bacon D.M. unday S:hoel ..._,, .. 9. a.m. W-H ning V^-iH"r I 1 ' 00 " " Evening WoisWp 7iOO D.m. Vcdrwidav evening unl« Choir Prcclk* lliur*. 6-30 p.m, lenloi Choli Piaclk* lliur»- ?'33 D.M. FltST CHKIST1AH CHURCH Colaradg and S^ilV. Si*. Ml 11 or ct W. lcg.ll, Wlnill*/ P,^5 a.m.-- Eiblo Sclwal. MSI. W. L. Eyrd, liOO a.m.-- Woiih'o S*rvlco 5i30 p.m.-- OTF. Chi-RM, Junior OiittHan FcNowih p A nvjitery li provided avrfrtg ell lervkei, 3 years and i.rder. Th.9 7 p.m. w o u V o lervkfl wlM b* dTi reminded Ih-ouoh the r;-onlht of July irruo lo rretl ot 5:30 n.m. rOUXSOUARt C-OSPEl CHURCH tail AUn, SlMtl R*v. Nana W.bb -- Pniro? CHi«(tor of r«ufe and Muiti Swrv/oY Sch-xJ . , lOiW o.m. Morning WoaWp Hi 00 a.m. jvtader Yec/*g Peopli 30 p.m. FUST HEIHODIST CHURCH Mn, Jcun*! Dtinn, OrgonlH Owrrh School at 9i3Q a.m. G«ecg» Brcnvnii SoDorrnTendenl Momioj Wonhto at }O:5S o'cfock R«y. EltH Tixkef, GUHI mlnliTv Evanlng Worship trt 7.00 o'clock Invited to "Com* In And Serf Av*Wf»." MAt M£7KODICr CHURCH Pmtor, Bw. Mario* Appli ·unday Momlna Woahta I100 OJN. Oirtakx* Training Fe4ow«hto _ 6iOO a.**. k«k^ ETM.,lnv Ws^rtlJil __-- 7^0 t*. nan IAPTIST CHUTCM MM* of Ufndi aid BwVbf D*. rSrrr Ct*n*m. ^"{f iMrxiov EcKx4j »V^5 0-rik.i M*. Muffy MorrtJny Wy*»Wp (·rvbD^ h^«QU OM- Swmofi B«i»cS H*| fcowWOp ·* Ifey Go*dUn«4r . CMrwM HttMto% B4Q P** j tev fc 1 Tralnkio fclML Ditf pjfaTDl****^ BM. Dovti WTkoa Swmon Bubtut, 'Merfl "O* ttoir* 1 NUTIMV trvoivasw tor cW^en VK)« 6:30 o.r-i. V/MU vVedntiday WeoUng fHrrieiy FaflllUti Anvallobl* CHUfcCK OF CKtlST 1070 Colorada ^nbvf w^nkip in.TM « m /.id Week B Wa Study V/*d. _ 7i30 p.m. Rsbnlt'iaw A 5ouli Main 5ti«» t Sunday Sc hoc! for pupl 1 1 To th» ace ol twe-vty ccn^ervM at 9.30 a.m Svnday ncin'rvj icr-/l:» c( 11 a.m. Wed-ewJc/ evenl-vg metllng at 8 n.m Reading room. Tun. Frl. 4-6 p.m. TRINTY ME1HOD1S1 CHURCH H(Allht*r cl Rohirlihaw A. C. Slih-sp. M1nli!«i Rarrald S(Hvyl*r. Diracioi el Muile G. A. VcrxJerfofd, OKI. Suof. tauTng .^--vir* lliOO Srrron by Thfl PaUor ni-IH^n-i rhoii , *.rm AYF nr«T!i ..(Y1 Sermon: "Thonwi Cfvirgei ftcm Dovb! UNITED PEHTACOSTAL CHUXCH l*v. J. Elkrd, Pa. lor SUNQAY SERVICE 10:00 o.m. S'-rJuY School HiOO rj.m. Momir^ Woahln 7i*5 p.m. Evangallilk Servlci V/FEK DAY SERVICES W«Jn«d!iY 715 p.m. Pioyei M*»!'ng F/iday 7t45 p.m. YW.T.Q Peoplt't Uccllng and BIN. Study. CHURCH OP THE OPEN DOOl Canaan ond Moor» Srnil iV*d^*iijy Evening Pray*f KurMfy fodUtlei for i.-rwH thl'-d/cn. GOSPEL ASSEMBLY FAITH lUTHEtAN CHURCH OU Ulorxi load Dublin Way Rrv. Roy A. locob, Po!o nw,v» W"nr-'n |n f ?fi -7 - Hofy Coramn'ar), finri Sunday roch jnontfi d30 a.m KORIHSIOi BAFT 157 CHURCH K*v. Coopir ftwtoo, Patlor Sundtry School 9i-I5 o.m Evwtlng (VftotJilrig S«vlc« __^ 7i30 p.m T«och«n Ofl'cer* MM! Ing WecfrMtddY Ev*ntngi 7i30 p,r* H^vwy provided (or yD urvtr»t- p^fr lA«-Vg , ' , , 7,^ p m W«l Chcir FKKiki ..,^ rr -- J . 8.45 p.m. V/td. KINfJCOM HAIL 3100 Hiehwoy 82 EatJ AIKPORT HEVIVAl CfNIER Svrvday School 10-00 a.m. Wo.-ihip Saiutrfoy 7,00 p.m. Hat/ GhoM n'oh) Sunday 7^00 p.m. -- 11,00 A.M, Wrdntrla? 7.00 p.m. pravtr toi ikk cnviir-e. A new thurch In a r.ew, ccrr«rjnity UHION CHUKCK OF JESUS Hlfihwar 11 Will and Hannon Thi Rw. Shod Frail«r, Pailnr ]0 a.m. -- Svndur School. 7 p.m.-- Evening Wotihlo. B T n A. in r, - Ho1f ("nJn-ti.n'rtK 1 IlK) EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH ^ , ^-lJw-1 5wp«nnP«ndtnT Moreno Servict 11,00 o.m i.veNf9 S*rvk« r _ _ _ . n 8iOO p.m iGye; Meeting -- Wed. nfoViT 7i30 p.m EAST GBEENVIUE CHURCH OF GOD Olrf Lilnnrt Road Pick.) St. B.Y. Joel. Wclkini, Pailoi Sunrfny Srr^nl lOiCX) n m Young Peocli Servlc* 7.00 o.m. Prayir Micftng Thuri. 7.30 o M THE CHURCH F JtSUS CHXIST OF LATTEK OAY SAINTS Brarvch Pi»t,, Gordsn C HiiuTa 1221 Grocmti SI. Priori* 10 1-7770 5^ tr ^r-^nl i.'»»1ln.j | 1 ,ryi (Meeting Ph:ri £-vtnlri Day Ad/enli Qiurch, North H^ndi and Alexar.de^. ffll SALVATION ARMY 514 H. Br trad* or Ccpl. Rab«r1 R. MI1l«r CMnmaiMfrng Of He* SUNDAY |Q a.m. Survfcry School H f li ' n * "'crrvrtg WorwJp ?i30 p.m. Evcnlno WoflKTp 7,30 p.m. Hcllrrcn M^iTfrtg THE CHURCH OF GOD 1037 So UK IK.cbcld 5lr««l t«v. A. 0. Ocmmill, P 01 for 1000 a.m, Suodcy School 11,00 a.rx Morrirfl V/orihlp 5.00 p.m. Sunday l.W.V: . 7,00 P.M. Y. P. E. S*rvlra 7,30 D m . Prmer Mtti'.ny Weo.eidav 'iHe, and nurture in place in ^urch. many in Rev. Mt del Char ·ears ai hat he v gospel m Davidson Car., whe 1957. In June AIKP Sunday Schc- Chvrth S».-v Chuich Serv ST. JA G Celebraficn Family Sirv r. J P. s ~T INDEPEr Eu/xlav ScK Morning W MISSIONAE Jl Sunday Schc Wtd. M!dv A IrlrrvJ CHU 0- lliOO a!m! 1 00 P.m. Pftryef 7.45 e FIR K*v. Dcugl Chv SwvJay Scl Your.'g F*o Pravrr Mt Tlie session and pastor of the] First Presbyterian Church an- nour.ee as guest minister, at the I a.m. hour of worship on Sunday morning, the Rev. William; 3 * Sunday Robert Martin, Jr. , Rev. Martin was born in Green-' and his early training and n the Christian life took the local Presbyterian He is remembered by the congregation and ty. Rev. Martin attended The Cita- i, S.Car., for two and upon the conviction hat he was called to enter the y, transferred to ee, Davidson, N. In June of this year he recciv- Rev. MARTIN d his bachelor of divinity degree rom Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Va., at .vhich lime be was awarded the highest hon- ir of the day, 'The William Monoe Wicker Memorial Award", which is given annually to the; A UFO II BArilST CHURCH «i E. Pugh. Poifo« 10:00 a.m. 11.00 a.m. member of the Seminary commu-jville and !6 other area students rtr Me«tlng 7,30 D.m 2,00 o.rn EPISCOPAL CHURCH rill*, Mliilltippl .UN DAY of thi Holy Corr_-r.un'on 7i30 k» Church School 9i30 a.rr jycr end Serrrx;n lltOO a.n lliOQa.n 6:00 o.r. NDfNT B A P T I S T ASSEMBLY nvtmttl, Mldinlppl f. P, Wolfi, Pailor Wonhlo -ihip r.'ighi «!, V/DLT 7:00 A.M. _7,30 P.M. IMDFPENDFNT CAIVIHISTIC TFMP1E BAPTIST CHUKCH imy ATVInion. Patter 37 XinrvtVy ?L Phen* ED 1-1S47 31 Clan for avery age 10 a.r nh'p icrvk* lliOO a.r 6:30 o.r .Irtg E«rvk« 7i30 g.r tA Scrvrca ___ 7,30 a.r I. and iDhllual church in CHURCH OP THE NAZAtENE 1710 So rut. W. Mprrli, Poiloi .m.--Sunday School .-Mo/nrng Wonhlo .--N. Y. P. S. .--Cve.M'ng Mencc« meeting each WcJn sirfav fIRiT ASSEMBLY OF GOD I lion*. Pallor. Ph. ED 2-3 ;h SNdr Ph. EO 3-70O7 of Ircamora I FForldo ScSoof 10:00 a ,hr» n : oo t F*DC I · tV30 ..... -------- 7,30 p.m W*d ________ 7,30 D 2,000 MILES A MONTH ON COBVAIR THINKS ITS MARVELOUS GAS MILEAGE "OUT OF THIS WORLD" Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahelin of Plant Cily, Florida, conldn't be happier with the way their new Corvair has worked out as a combination family and business car. On their newspaper distribution route alone they travel more (ban 400 miles a week over all kinds of roads. Little wonder they're so pleased with the gas mileage they've been getting --"at least twenty-three miles to the gallon with an automatic transmission . . . and we've had no trouble with oor Corvair." The KahcJins have equally good things to say about Corvair's easy-going comfort and unique convenience features. They especially like the way the told- down seat doubles as a built-in baby sitter. Vole Increase In : Methodist Bishops i In SE Conference LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C. (AP) --The southeastern jurisdidiotml conference of the M ct ho di si Church, representing nine Southern states and Cuba, voted Thurs. to increase the number of bishops from eight to nine. The 416 voting delegates began immediately to cast ballots for the election of four new bishops, one for the new episcopal area and three otters to fill vacancies caused by two retirements and one death. The conference, a body which handles the affairs of 2/ 2 million Methodists, agreed that 60 per -cent of the votes cast be required: pj pe Smoker Strikes Back for election. · There are no nominations. Delegates wrlie'lhe names of their choice on ballots which are counted in secret by specially designated tellers. The conference heard bishop Arthur J. Moore ol Atlanta, Ga. ( speak on action taken at the general conference, legislative body of the church. Bishop Moore said he came PARCIfMAN CHAPEL - Fred B. Hofcncr has made possible the construction of the first "Chapel For Parchman," as pictured above. Allhough a major hurdle has been made for the chape! ilself, all furnishings must still be supplied. Anyone interested in helping is invited to send contributions to Mrs. Elizabeth N. Wales, chairman, or Dr. J. S. Ferguson, co-chairman, in care of The Methodist Building, 321 Mississippi Street, Jackson, Miss. Plans are underway in cooperation with the prison superintendent, chaplain and building commission to start construction of the chapel immediately. away from the meeting feeling that delegates wanted the church to "live up to its world-wide responsibilities. "Methodists cannot carry a sectional flng or a racial flag," he said, "ft is a world church and must maintain a world view.' 27 Greenville Students On DSC Dean's List i CLEVELAND -Eleven Green nity "whose fidelity to duty, love or others, anil devotion tu Jesus "hrist are an abiding inspira- ion." He also received an honorary Bachelor of divinity degree from tiontpclier Seminary. Montpelier, 7 rance, while serving as president of the student body of Unon Theological Seminar^'. Rev. Martin is married to the ormer Billie Wood Shackelford of Jackson, Miss. They have an 18-month old son, William Robert Martin, ML In August, Rev. Written Any Immortal Poems Lately? No? Then Try A Pipe AP staff writer Hugh Mulligan,. You do not devour, or inhale vriting in this space just recent-1 the smoke of a pipe. You savour Dcltn Democrat-TlmM Friday, July 15, 'SO 6 largcd (lie mind of man. Ever since Sir Walter R«lclgh sang the glories o! Ihe pipe to In* courts of Europe, it has given Inspiration ami solace lo poets, philosophers, statesmen, dromnt ists and historians. Is !hc builder ot y, said it was high time some ligh-minded crusader took . out after pioc smokers. Mulligan, assuming the crusader's role, did so. n this article, staf? writer George Cornell, a pipe smoker, akes off after Mulligan. By GEORGE W. CORNELL NEW YORK (AP) - All red- blooded citizens will rise to protest the attack that has been made on that noble comforter, the pipe. It is an American institution. It is a source of calm, beneficence and peace. It is a well of inspiration and a thing of beauty. Those who know the finer joys of tobacco are the pipe smokers. The pipe is a steady companion and friend, a faithful counsellor. Let it be said, at the outset that the pipe is an ancient bulwark of culture; the cigar andji c'parette relatively modern upstarts. The plpo dreams. Complaints about its scent are absurd. The air of any room is fallow and without life until it has been sweetened by the fragrance oi some delicate pipe mixture. There is almost a religious element about a pipe. In fact, it had its first uses in the ancient ceremonials of the Mayans in Mexico and Kuskogee Indians of southwestern America, those wisa and stout-hearted men. It was the "pipe of peace," that great Calumet adorned with eagle feathers, that signified the restoration of amity among tha tribes. A supply of good, old briars, with the incense wafting through the halls, would probably do more for restraint and patience in world diplomacy than any oth- contribution. MORE CATHOLICS MEXICO CITY (AP)-Mexico's Roman Catholic faithful increased at Delta State College have been placed on the Dean's List for the spring semester. Those attaining the high academic honor are Mary Bishop Mary Lewise Bullock, James Dav idson, Shirley Hong. Carl Mar tin, .lames Shipman, Harry Sim cox, Mary Kay Turner. Ruby Tur-| gracious esteem. It receives care It imparts a temperate outlook n the spirit of its user that the blessings of life should not be abused, that thev deserve respect and concern. It is thus that the pipe instills by 5 per cent to 95 per cent of and a reflective, balanced view of thought and creativity- It has en The Gracious Esteem pipe is an instrument Valencino and Robert an d affection. It is a thing of permanence, value and distinction. ner, Sara Wilson. Other Washington County students on the list, are: T.eland: Izella Cranston, Ben Irwin, Fannie Mauldin, Ronald Martin, accompanied by his wifc. Scnu | verp n a r hara Stephens, and and son and his mother, Mrs. tfarjorie Martin, of Welsh, Lp. f leave for Edinburgh, Scotland where he will serve as the Senior Assistant at St. Culhbert's ihurch. Rev. Martin's subject Sunday morning will be God", based upon John 2:23-3:11. 'Children of i study of I Lesson Sermon Is Announced Dcnald Wilson. Hollandale: Dolores Bagley, Iris Bagley, James Holder ami Thelma Holland. Winterville: Jean Griffin Greenville area students on the list arc: Anguilla: Sally Manning Cary: Elizabeth Beard Rolling Fork: Pat Crawford, Patricia Dribbcn and Pat McClel- bn. in goodness, which impart their own peace and permanence." T , , , ... . First Church of Christ, Scien The way of unfailing peace andi . , ,. . , , , « ,, ., · ... .. ' ... . B '. , ilisls, Robcrtshnw and South Mam satisfaction wn be pointed o u t - , ,. ... .. ,. . . , , . , . ... ' . . 'Streets. Greenville, cordially mal Cnnshan Science churches; . -, c i · . - vilcs von to ils Sunday morning Lesson-Sermon on - ,. . . Sunday in titled "Life the first of a ser- services at 11 O'clock, and its Wednesday evening testimony meetings at 8. A Free Christian Science Reading Room, same location, is open to the public on Tuesday and Friday from 4 lo 6 in the afternoon. The Sunday School is at 9:30 a. m. ies this summer devoted to syn- onymns for God. Opening the Scriptural selections to ho read are these verses from Psalms (36:7-9): "How excellent is they loving kindness, 0 God! therefore the children of men put their trust under the shadow of thy wings. They shall be abundantly sstisifed with the-| : atness of thy house; ami thou shait make them drink of the 1 r'ver of thy pleasures. For with thce is tiic fountain of life." Correlative citations from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker F-ddyj will include (515:9-12): "God fash-j WJPR - 8:15 A.M. ions all things, after His own' Sunday, July 17, 1368 likeness. Life is reflected in e,v-' "SOME YOUNG PEOPLES istcnce. Truth in truthfulness, God| THOUGHTS 0\ RELIGION" IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY MORNING HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALS d^^MM FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION Corvair 700 4-Door Sedan ft you haven't driven it yet, you don't know what a delight driving can be. Its steering, response, traction and readability are unique because it's a unique car --the only U.S. car with an air-cooled airplane-type rear engine, transaxle and independent suspension at all four v/heels. Be in on the know. Find out what delightful differences this advanced design makes. See your local mitlwrlzed Chevrolet dealer for economical transportation 32C Main Street CHEVROLET Greenville Phone ED 4-4501 Make your vacation a real holiday. If you want lo combine your bills, repair the car. or just need cash for the trip, we can povide the money you - S 5 0 U P T O $ 1 , 0 0 0 UP TO Z4 MONTHS TO REPAY LOAN CO. 610 Washington FLOYD E. WOOD, MGR. ED 4-3682 This Is Our 18th Year In Business In Greenville Tune To At 11 O'CLOCK For The S E R V I C E O F D I V I N E W O R S H I P Broadens! From The f/rsf PresbyteHm Chunh Kcv. T. 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