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Church Services ST. EliMO BAPTIST 1601 Monroe , Rev. R. H. Howard, pastor. 9:30 a.m, Sundny school, 21 «.m. .Mornlnp »orx.ilp. 6 p.m, Bftpiljt Training Union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. 7 p.m. Monday Workers confrrcnce. 5 p.tn. rursd.iy i*\VA. 7:30 p.m. Usher nonrd mccllnp. 7:30 p.m, Wednesday prayer scri'lce. 7:30 p.m. Thursdny senior choir, 5 p.m. Friday youth .:hnlr. 7:30 p.m. Tcnrhers moeilnsr. AROCKLAND FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 6115 Mnple (Two blocks souin ct Sroll j ·chool on county rondj I Rev. Jim Haas, pnjiior, Myrl KcLlcLL j Sunday School Superintendent 9j« a.m. Sundny SchooJ. 11 n.m. Mnrnlns worship. 7 p.m iivanzellsMc service. 7 P.TP.. Wednesday worshlo service. WESTERN HILLS CHRISTIAN Dick Williams, mlniau-r. 9:30 n.m Church at Study. 20:15 a.TTt, Church ai Worship. 6:?0 p.m. Adventures tor Youth. 7:30 p.m. Evening worshlo. roi-L.\nn A V E N U E II.XVTIST 2!?nd A Pollftrd Bob Hill, Sundny school suporlnlt-ndcnu Kob Russell, irftlnlns Union director. THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Friday, August 23, 1963 10:-i5 H.m. Worship services. 6:30 p.m. Training Union. 7:1S p.m. HvnnpclULlc services, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday mid-week services CK.MK.NT TE.NTKCOSTAL Comcnu Ok!!i. Mrs. W. C. SmlUi. pastor. 10 n.m. Sunday school. 11 A.m. MommK \vorxhlp. 7:30 p.m. Evenine worship. 2:30 p.m. rysday. women's nu.vlllAiy. 7:?0 p.m. wetinrstinv vounc people's 7:30 p.m. Frldny prayer service. CMTKD ClU'TlOl OF Clini^T \\'n!lock Mcmorlul CcnirrpRttLionfii. Sev- r n i h /infl C. M i r i s i r r . Rev. Donnld M c U O u R l P ; srn T Ins E v A n f f f l i r a l nnrl Rcl'irmcd and Con- KiTca'.lonnl-Chi'lsiinn. ?:-13 h.m. Church school. 21 H.m Worship service. 5:30 o.m Vcuui fellowship. Tup«ri(iyjt. ?nd r\r.d 4'.h. Women's Guilds Wednesday. 7:^0 p.m. Choir rchearsaL BAPTIST CHURCH Don Tuyloi 1 . pastor. 9:-lj R.rr. Sunday schnoL 13 a.m. M o m h R worship. 7 p.m. Triunlnc Union. 5 p.n, E^'vnlrtj; worship, FIRST MlS5TM\1tX BAPTIST a?: 1 ? L'niumbln Hev. M 1 Rrnnrlt, pastor. 10 n.m. Sundtiy. Sunday school. 3oyd BniirMcv. supe.-inicndcflL 31 n.m. Sundny. rr.nmi.it: worship. $:'. p.m. K v r n i n c worship. 7 p.m. \Vedne«dny. nld-week \vorshlp. H K T H E I . ASSKMBLY OF iOD I 12th find 0. ' Rev. C. H. DnvK pmior; Rev. j. N. E u n h n i . u s s M n n i pfistor: OrviUe Shori: rr. Fiindny school supenni'idcnL i fi;.lj. n . m . , Sur.dny school. I j; rt.m , M o m l n c worship. fi 3" p . m . , C. A. Service. f 7.1!i p.m.. L'vHnjwUsLic service. i TiSn p.n-..,' Third Krldny. W.M.C. 1 * " p . m . First and Third Sniurriii.vs. ' R I R L E MISSIONARY CHURCH 25lh and Cornell John 0- Henncn Jr., pastor. 9:-l5 n.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning worship. G4i5 p.m. Younp pcoptr. 7:30 p.m. Evcnlnc worship. 7:43 p.m. Wednesday mlil-wcck 3crv Ices, CEMENT CHURCH OF CHRIST Cement. Okln, Fred Slzernore. minister, 10 a.m. Bible study. 7 p.m. Preaching, 7 p.m. Wednesday Bible lesson, 6:30 p.m. Sunday, youth service, STKKMNG FIRST RACTIST CHUTICII GCOPRC W. Cnldnroir, ptistor. Id i\.m. Sunday school Alex Illchard- jon. sup:. 10:50 n.m. Mornlnp sendees. 7 p.m, Training Union. A. B. Hcrvcy, director. 3 p.m. Wednesday prayer service. 10:50 a,m, Momlnc wor.ihlp. 3 p.m. Chanel choir (tigf.* 13-17J. 6:15 p.m. TrnlnlnR L'nlon. 7:20 p.m. Evening worship. 5:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship. 4:45 p.m, Wednesday Carol diolr (apes LAWTON MISSIONARY BAPTIST ISIS C. Rev. Clayton Camp, pastor. 11) n.m, Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning worship. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. 7:30 p.m. \Vcdncsdny oniycr mec'.lng. BOUTIISinF. AS5KMTJL1 1 OF GOD fourth and I. Rev. W. C Cropp Jr.. pnaior. 9:-15 a.m. Sunday School 11 n.m. Morninc worship 7:-15 p.m, Evnnpells'Jc service. 7:45 p.m. Thursday. Miri-weck service. .ANTlOCn BATTIST CHURCH Six miles south and 4 wesi ui Lawton. Rev Hugh M n r i i n , 1 paslor; R. O. Campbell. supcrlnKnrtcni or Sunday school. JO h.m. SunCay scJsaoi. 11 a.m. Morning worship, 7 p.m. Evcnlnc service. 7 p.m. Wednesday prayer merlins. 10 a.m. Junior choir rehearsal LIBERTY HEIGHTS CHAPEL 7DG N. 17ih (Nondcnonilna'Jor.nl) Rev. Woldon Rlfflilmer, pallor. SMS a.m Sunday dlblc School U .i.m. Morninc Warship. 6 p.m. V'oulh Fellowship. 7 n,m, Evong ells Uc service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday prayer and Bible ciiuiiun or CHRIST Sixth ar,d Arlington R.illo Tinkler. minister. 9 a.m. Biblp classes. lu a m. Momlnp u-or,«;h!p. 6 p.m. Evcr.hiR worship. 7:50 p m. 'Wednesday MM-u'eck church service*. DEYO MISSION 7 miles west of Sheridan Road en LPC Rev. Dan Grummon, pastor; John Win- ncrchy. Sunday school su^t, 10 a.m. Sundny school. 11 a_m. Worship service. 2:30 p.m. Comnnchr fellowship. 7:13 p.m. BapLlsi even'.nR fellowship. I .ANTON I I K I G I I T S METHODIST ]6lh nnri Andrews Ralph E. Hooper, minister. Pn5 n . m . Sundny schoo!, 10:30 n.m. MornlnR worship. 6:15 p.m. MclhortisL youih fellowship. 7:]ri p.m. Evening worship. 7:13 p.m. Wodncsdqy choir prnctlce. SOUT11S1DE BAPTIST CHURCH S. lOih nnd Magnolia JOP E. Gomez, pnsior; JoJin Or.ir/J, Sunday school supi; Thnycr Blzicll, R, Conine, pastor: Gene i T r n l n l n p Union director. C.AMMKY BAPTIST p. m.. S-Tnnd fourth . T:30 p.m.. Firsl Friday, mon'a fpiltnv. ·nip. C H A S T CIIATEL AMK CHURCH I n L O Kentucky Ri-v w. H. iliicniowtr. phs'.or, 9:30 n.m. Church school. 11 a.m Prrnchlnc. ft p.m ACE ifnKuc. 7:30 p.m. Monday o/flcJ*J Mflfd mr*E- inp 7 p,m* Vl'ednpsdRi 1 c-lasi m OP ting. SALVATION A R M Y C1TAUKL im? E. Nnj. How/a.-d Davis, filrrcior. ?:-^ a.m. SuniJHy ^eno^l. 11 a.m. Morninc worship. fi:15 p.m Ycmnj; Peoples Lcclon. 7 p.m. Sirooi *ervlccs. 7:30 p.m t v r n i n c service. 7 p.m. Tuesday. L^idlrs 1 Hnmr Lcacuf fi p.m. Weflncfitlay. Corps CHdci class. 7 p.m. W'rdn^sday, Soldier^ mec-tlnc. S p.m. Wednesday, Tci ! Bivok* minister of ._ 9:4ji ft.n. Sundny school. 30:30 ft.m. Mornlnf worship. G:30 p.m. Training union, Uymft-n Hoiv- elh. director. 7:45 p.m. Evening worship. S p.m. Wednesday, mid-week service. l U C H l . A M ) BAPTIST CHURCH 2503 ."* I2lh. Jiobf-n E. Stein, pnsior. Sunday. 9'.-io n.m. Sundny school, 10:30 n.m. Morninc worship, G:7(i p.m. 1'rnlnlnc union, 7:3,') p.m Evening worship. P - r n a.m. Tuesday. \V M.U. 7:30 p.m Wi-dncsdny, R l b l e Study and prayer nu'r:ln K . KIHST BAPTIST CIOjItCH Comcn 1 ., Okl.i. Rov. \VhRley Onrrr:, ofuior. ?;^6 n.m. Sundny school, H a.m. Morning worship. fi:13 p.m Chnir prnc'.lce. 7 p.m. Trninlnj; Union. S p.m. Ewnlnt* service. 2 p.m \VcdncFdr\y WMTJ: 7 p.m, Prayer STVI«. BAKNKTT CHAPTII, A M E .Nn. S N. F!rl *:?n a m. Church j-choo:. 10:33 n.m. Mornini: worship. S p.m. .-\,C,K. Li-'n'^t'. 7 p.m Mondny Offlclnl honrd. 7 p.m. Wednesday Prrxycr mt'cilnc. 3 p.m. Saturday Junior church. rmpT MKTiioniST CHURCH rrth nnd \\VMoy De L- Hlnck.'?y Jr., pavor. 9:fS a.Tn Church school 10:50 a.m. Momme «'orhLp, ·. p.m Sni^r hlc;h MYF. 1:3P p.m. Junior P.lKh MVF. ?;'. J p.m Scr.lor mid Junior MYF 5 p.m P r i ivni hnur. I 7 p.m. J u n i o r hicn rpcrcsllon, senior j hlch proijrwm. twi^tfr I^llnw^hlp hour, i 8 p.m. Senior MY?' n^ircJnw. i 7 p.m Mnrriny 3oy Scouu; or.OclaJ J 7;,iO p.m. Tuesday 10.30 a.m. SAiurdi\y Career 1 * choir. LA \VTO\ CITY MISSION 1^10 Sum m i l . Rev Edna B, Williams, p^aior, T p m Sunriiiy school. 7 p.m. Younc p^opl-v 7:.Tl p.m (: :^·^nl^K 5f.-\-!c^i. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Clly Mt«^|nn Ina^ue. 6:30 P.m, FrWfty Youih Rccreftlloru ' 9:15 n.m, Sunday school. 11 n.m. MornlnR services. 6:15 p.m. Tralnlnp Union. 7:30 p.m, £v?nInR scn'lcrs. 7:30 p.m. \Ved:iesdny mJd-weck BCH T - Iccs. (Ayncrlc^n Baptist) Seven miles \\-cst ol Sheridan Rend on UPC S'.vd P.-?v Dnn Crummon. pastor. Il^rry \vni:ahdoonh. Sundtiy school superintendent. 1(1 n.l:l Sunday school. 2:nt n.m. Conionche Fellowship. 11 fl.m \\'orshlp service. HUNT1.NQ HORSE ^23 (J Frame. Sundny school superinlcndenL V:'15 n.m. Sundny nehool. 11 a.m. Morning services. 7.30 p.m. Evening services 7:30 p.m. Tuesday choir meellng. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday prnyer mcrt'.nff. Method 1st men meet 7;30 p.m. flrjt Monrtny of fflch month. ( CF.MKXT FIRM 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH ' Ccnicnl. Okln ! ?.ev M. R Work, pnslor. in n.m. Sunday school. 11 n.m. MYmlne worship, crmmunlon. 7 p.m. Elvenlns «'orshlp and cnm- m u n l n n , 2 p.m. Fir*'. *r.A Thlrtl Wrdnrsday. R r o n W n ^ i . firm Mrn's Frllowshlp CHURCH OF CimiST Eighth und Leo'' M L. Sc\lon. minuter 5 a.m. E l b l c clnsscs 10 a.m. Morr.lnp worship. G p.m. Evcnlrrp worship. 7:30 p,m. Wcdnt-sdny Proycr mcctlne. UA.MEHON BAI'TIST CHURCH 27Lh and C. Rev. Dan Prulii, poster; Kc?nnc'Ji E. Hayc.t. mlnlsicr of educnUon; Tom McCollum. minis' cr or music. 9;45 n.m. Sunday School, 10:55 a,m. MornlnR worship. 6:30 p.m. FmlnlnE Union, 7. -3D 3,m, Wednesday mld-wcok scrv- ices. 9:30 n.m. ruc-iday WMU. CO.MMC.MTT CULT, CM Chattnnoopa. Okla, Jlpv Ross S. Wilson. DQSLor. 10 n_m. Rlhle sciiool 11 n.m. Morn Inn worship. 7 p.m. Youth Croups nnd cvcnlnR u-orshlp. SUNSKT BAPTIST 23th nncl 1 Richard Smith. pnslor; Rnymor.d Smllh. Sunday Schso! s j p r r l n l c n d c n L S;3') n.m Sunrta- school. 10:-15 n.^- MornlnR worship.' 6 p.m. Training Union. 7 p.m. Evening wcn=r.b, I?1S Monroe. 9:-l5 n.m. Suntiny school. 11 n.m. Worship. 7:30 ii.m. Evanpcllsiic ?en.'lccs. T'jcsdny nnd FYldny. 7:30 p.m. week- tiy services. HOUSB OF Four'Ji .ind I 9:-)3 a.m. Sunday Scnool. U a,m. Worship service. 7 p.m. Prayer service. 7 p.m. Thursday, prayer service. 7 p.m. Saturday, araycr service, KMMANDEl' LUTHERAN CHUKCB 9:0 N. 3BUi Rev Robert Hulsc, pastor, 9:33 n.m. Sunday, school. lOiJS a.m. Worship services. Church Owes Much To Atheists CHURCH or G U D G07 H. P.cv. Gene Hurley, pnslor. 10 a.m, Sur.dny school. 12 a.m. Morning worship, 7 p.tn. EvcnlnK sen 1 Ice. 7:3o p.m. Tlii'sday B l h l c study. 7:30 p.m. Frldny youns Dcoplc'j service. . Saturday. Chrlslliui FULL El. PEN'TKLXIST . R f v ft. D LXm mines, paj If) «.m. .Sundav ichooi. 11 H.m. Morni.ne worship. p m. p.m. Thursdn.v orship. pra.vfr mr*tinx. t p.m. Wednesday, bnjid prnciicc, 5:.W p.m. Frulfiy" Junior Lcclon. 4:30 p.m. Friday Sunhr/ims. 1 p.m, Saturday, iitret: sen-'lce. Third »nd C. CHVRCn OF COD N'lnih unri L^r Rf*v, L. A Holt, pmlor D.-opara- ' 9:45 R . m . Sunday schonl. | 11 n.m. Morning worship, ^ChJldrcn's 'r\-v)cf« fit inr iamc undi-T the dlrecilon or MR, M. C. · pn:h.l 7:;in p.m. Kvcnlnft worship. . 7:-iS p.m. Wc-dn^sday YPE. I 7:4S p.m FnrJiiy Trnycr mcell FIRST cHCtirn or TTIT-: -*lb and Arllnpton. R ·· V. Cn rl R. Su mm · r, pft si or. 9'4^ R m. Sundny u-hon|. 10:,"0 ft.m. Wnr«hln son-'lrr. fi:^,i p.m. Vo'j'h s r r ^ l r p . E:4^ p.m Junior aervlc?. 5:4$ p.m, A d u / r nihk study. 7:,10 p.m. Evenlr.c sen'lep." 7.^n p.m. Wedne»dfiy Mid-week prayer 13 ml/^s rant of Lnwtnn R-v. Charlr." B. wm^on. pustor. jO n.m Sundny school 11 ft.m M n m t n R worship. 7 p m . M V F 7:3f) p.m. f:\enlng worship. S p m \Vodn* Mia v nra\»'i inorll 7;3n p.m Thur«f!^y n^y Scoot-. ?Tom1 and fourth Thun-d^y, ft ' i1 Lincoln flil^y. pnjilor; Hill P^lmrr. c un- ol Mipl. ; Joe Munoz. T r n l n i n c " " r s S n m. Mornlr.K worship. ii:.TO p.m. TrMnlne I ' n l n n . 7:3^ p.m. Evrnlfii; wnv*h|p. ST. PACI.S M t l l l O D l ^ T M a r v i n D. N^lsnn. minl(i;r. 9:.15 n.m. -- Church hchool. 10:.'lu a m. Murntng \v\jrshlp. «:33 p.m. MrLnndM Youlh Fellowship. ! 7:U p.m. Even in 2 wonhlo. i FIRST CTTTXISTIAN 701 U ' Or. w. s Parun Jr.. mlnlslfr. I IVibny E. JcI|f^. a^socSnic mlnlnlrr. Tom Porter, luperlnicndcni of Sundnj* i BAPTIST 1SOJ New York Rev. M. V. Fi:lbrlRht, pnsior. 9:30 n.m. Sunrir.y schnnl. n a.m. M n r n m s wni-«filp. G p.m, Trnlninc L'nlnn. 7:30 p.m. E v e n i n g worship. 7:311 p.m. M n n » l n \ ' rr.lssim mec'.'.nc. 7::«1 p.m. riu^tlny Brnihcrlmnd nuv-llnp. 7:30 p.m. Wi'dncstiny p r n y r r service r.nd B i b l e cla.is. FIIIST A R P K . i l W L Y 01' G U I ) N i n t h it Columbhi P.ov W i l l i s £ Berry, .instor, 9:-15 n . m . Sundny School. Wesley li n.m. .\(ornuis ^xirsfilp. 6:30 [i.rn. Christ Amh;isiHiJn!'5. 7:5 p.m. E v m c r M ^ i l c service. U n.rn. Tut-sdiy W M.C- Ice. F I R S T F K E E mU, B A I T l S T 110 S Mlh A. H. Carpudi-r. pn^'.nr. SM n in. Sunday scriool. Leonarii Me- Lnln tunl, 7:.Ti p m. Evenlr.j; worship. 7:30 p.m. \VfinciiJny mi U-week Ker\'- le« . l E F l ' E R S U N A V E N L ' E nAPTIFT Fnvinn onil Ji-r:erS'in ?:-!5 ft m, Runriny school. 6.1!i p m I'rnlninc Unlnn 7:!J p.m. Evonlr.c worship, S 3. rn Udnrs cliny p f n y f f RireU.iff. i Rini.r; n,\p-n?T cnuncii 1712 C ! Jrnnpii j. 5rttTl*L pn^lcr. i 11 n m Mnmlr.s wnrshfp. fi^j p.m. Train In c union. 7 ; 4 P p.m. E v ^ n i n c worship 7:3d p m \Vnlne.nflnv prfti'pr fl*?n - l ruiNF.iai n.\I*TIST MISSION . . 11 n.m. M"inilnc' w0r»h!p. fi;.^n p m. T r n i n i n i ; unl"rt. 7:30 p. ?i. Evcninj; .torvlco, r i i v n c i i or rniiisT REV. TOM CARTER Baptist Leader To Preach Here Rev, Tom E. Carter, assistant executive secretary or the Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma, will preach al Highland Baptist Church, La«1on, during 1 [lie morning sei'V- ce Sunrlay. Pflslor of H i g h l a n d B a p l i s l Chui-cli is Rev. R. E. S l e i n . Rev. Carter's Jasl pnslorale w a s ) of his 2l"-rlay Lo.- Anpcle? First I3aplist Church, S a p u l p a . I n i - ^ d c , Graham also 1951 he became rfii-eclor of Baptist I l o s p i l n l s nnd Golclrr. Age Homes lor Ihe B a p t i s t G e n e r a l Convent i o n of O k l a h o m a . Sppipjnbor 1, 1662, he assur.ied his present duties w i t h I h e F o u n d a t i o n . By GEORGE E. CORNELt A-ssocialcd Press Religion Writer Thanks be to God, the Christian scholar said, for the blessings bestowed on the faith by those two alhiesls, Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud. Jt may sound strange for the world's wo most noted disbelievers Lo be cited as sources o( value to religion. Yet among many theologians and philosophers, the thesis o f t e n is expressed. They maintain that Marx, f o u n d - er of communism, mill Freud, founder of psychoanalysis, have contributed s t i m u l i and insights to Judeo-Christianity that were neg- Jecled. A iong-stajidi.ng church concept holds t h a t God frequently may work through ajiureligious forces and i n d i v i d u a l s to correct, lead and strengthen the church, It was at Ihe Anglican World Congress in Toronto, Canada, this month t h a t a British c h u r c h m a n , Canon Max Warren, stressed t h a t d i v i n e guidance may come from outside the Christian foid--from other religions, science, ajid even atheists. Christian concern for social righteousness "owes not a little, under God, to the stimulus of Karl Marx," he said, He said the church also owes thanks (o God "for His grace at work in Sigmund Freud." in bringing the light of psychiatry lo bear on the healins of men's spirits-their personalities. Both Marx and Freud spurned religion as wishful thinking. Marx- saw it as a kind of mass tranquilizer to obscure the exploitation of common people. Freud considered it a kind of ob- sessional neurosis, brought or; by desire for paradise beyond the diff i c u l t i e s and death of earthly ex- is I en ce. Nevertheless, the psychoanalytic procedures he developed are wide- Theologian Paul Tiliich says that Freud's approach of accepting, rather than condemning, the guilt-ridden was the very heart of Christ's gospel of forgiveness--the "acceptance of the unacceptable." As for Marx, the idea of ties between his influence and Christianity is a mater of frequent analysis in academic circles. In [he current issue of Jubilee, a n a i i o n a l Roman Catholic monthly, British Catholic pholosophcr R. C. Zaehnor says t h a t "Marxism is not old enough yet to realize that it has no essential quarrel with religion." He says that communism's persecution of religion is in conilict with Marx' original theory thai it would disappear aulomatically and that Stalinist t o t a l i t a r i a n i s m r - ~ -- -- -- « i _ j i.^ utvt^iuijirv ai c wiuc- j , j- , ,- * ly credited with deepening under- i vas a ra d'cal distortion of ong- standing of Christ's teachings, and ' Marxism, aiding in their application. Samson Had Parent Problem LOS ANCSLES (UPI) -- Evan- [plisl Billy Graham used the Bib- lica! slory of Samson at a y o u t h meeting Thursday night lo illustrate the need of parental guid- Fair Skies Cover Most Of Nation It "put a t y r a n t in the place of God." he says, adding l h a i "a r e v o l u t i o n i n post-Stalinist though:" is now £oing on. Christianity, .ho said, "is not con- Irary. It has every reason to welcome i: as an ordered alternative lo unbridled capitalism." .Marxism i t s e l f , he says ' h a s within it elements of n a t u r a l re- By United Press Internallonnl Fair weather biankefed most o f ' ;;?i° nJw t!!. chl _^ i . vc ."_. s °T e the nation today with scattered showers restricted to the A t l a n t i c Seaboard and Pacific Northwest. Rainfall was light and femper- aiures dipped only inlo the 70s across the north. Heavy rains hit the Southeast Thursday and a funnel cloud was anco. Speaking at the sevenlh session spotted over Tampa Bay on Flor- _____ ______ " on j* l h c P rreen: ^id attitudes, f o u l d . ^ , slowiyl . absorbed and transformed ;n the body of rhc church. "Stranger things t h a n t h i s hsve happened before, for ' t h e spirit bloweth where it lisic:h' and man js a s l o n i s n l v o b t u s e in 'foreseeing whcre j t ^ u blo ., v xl · IHUJi U A R SKRVICII5 WASHINGTON' ( U P [ I - A second b i l l has hern i n l r c x i u c r d l o i p a r e n i s ' advice, end Ihe newly e s t a b l i s h e d A g r i c u l - i "Even good p a r e n t s present a l u r o D c p a r t m r n l m a r k e t wire · problem 10 m a n y leen-aKTs who service. I warn lo go I heir own way and live Rep. Paul Findley. R-I1I., s p h n - ; t h e i r own l i v e s w i t h o u t any inier- sorec! Ihe m e a s u r e , s i m i l a r lo o n e ! f c r ^ n r e or advice. The Bible by R.pp. Ci'aic Hosmrr, R-Calif. ' I n a c h ^ s p l a i n l y i h a t WP are lo It would bar the f e d e r a l g o v e r n - 1 honor our f a t h e r and mother. The m r n i fram o w n i n g n r Irasing wiro Scripture says: 'Children, obey in c o m p e t i t i o n w i t h p r i - 1 your parents in Ihe Lord, for this ·s services. i is r i c h l . ' " ida's West Coast. cru More than 1 inch ot rain Ml t n a t ^ ' n - c ' x ' 10U! ' S a t Columbia. S. C., somclim-s "over-privileced" c h i l - ' w n i l e noar! - v an incn Idl at Mi " drcn cause more trouble t h a n ; ? TM TM? Vnro B ° ach - F l a " and Ihosn from s l u m are.-s. i i ' ! TM be ! h . C l l - V l N ' lC ., , . The evangelist told 47.655 per-! inp - "'cather Bureau said fair sons-lhs largest crowd lo dale- i w e a t h e r would c o n t i n u e across I h a t Samson had "a p a r p n !nl i m o s t of t n e coutltr ' through Sat- pniblem." e x p l a i n i n g : : urday, "Samson's parents Iried to a d - 1 vise him and cuidc h i m , b u t "'L'?K llONOIW MAU.KCK Samson was d d c r m i n P d fo h R v e ! W A S H I N G T O N (CPU - House hi-s own w a y , 10 RO apaijisl h i s ! Republican Leader Charles A. Hali'ec.k. fnd., received (he plau- · dii.s of members of both parlies i Thursday on his 63rd b i r t h d a y . AUTO PAINT JOB SPECIAI^-BeantiraJ JIM BaScd Enamel PaJm Job ^C^ CA for onlj _ _ _ JH^JU Any Wreck RepuJrfd--Fender* StraiRhtenrd. All Work G n a r inteed--30 Tears Same Location Wiest 33 Auto Service llh B Dial EL 5-3333 tj^nc II. .iw'AJH^n, m l n l f l f r r ; tllll Hum- linn. Sunrlny sc!ir-i] «U|."?nncncl^nL 9 d.TTi. Cliurrh *chrml. "C n . m . Morninc wnr«lil;t. 5:,T* p.m. Chi Rl-.o ami CVF youth See Us For- R E M O D E L · R E P A I R ADD-A-ROOM · PAINT · RE-ROOF · DECORATE -- FREE ESTIMATES -- K-MonUu lo Pay Home Lumber Co. Dial EL5-1 If you have a good job you have CREDIT at CITY NATIONAL BANK the LOANINGEST BANK IN TOWN save when you borrow . , . no need to be a checking customer to borrow here. 4fh and D Streets Lowton, Oklahoma 0 During this past week we have closed our · downtown store C-H Supply. We feel that we can serve our customers, both oSd and new, much better from our store at 1316 N. Sheridan. We invite everyone of our C-H Supply customers to come out to Norton's Furniture. We will still serve you in the same friendly manner as before. Ray Barber, who has been with us 14 years, has transferred to this store also. Here are some extra special items to help you get acquainted with our store. Compare anywhere! Close Out On Air Conditioners! Jim didn't catch any fish today. Now, on the Tvay home, he can't help casting an envious eye at Tim's haul. It isn't that he begrudges Tim his fish. It's just thai, in his heart, he can't help wish that he had been the lucky cue. This is natural, and Jim is young-. He's just beginninn to learn that you can't always be a winner, but he still finds losing pretty hard to take in stride. Fortunately. Jim is beinp; ffiven the advantage of Christian training in church during this all-important period in a boy's life when a sense of values is being formed. He is learning lessons which only the Church can give him. True, Jim is envying a very small item -- a string of fish. But envy and preed come to all of us on a larger scale many times throughout life. To meet this challenge squarely, it takes years of self-discipline. That is why religious training can never begin too early. THE CHURCH FOR A1_U · ALL FOR THE CHURCH Th* Church In ijie irralnL fuclor *n «irth for lh* buildinp of chftrao \rr and iood citiziruhip. It in nlore- hoil*e of ipirilunl valucR, Without a ·Ironic Church, npither democracy nor civiliuijon o\n Kurvivp. There nre lour Hund rwi.ioru why rvcry pernon Ahoiiid fl(nd HervinH rfKU- liirly nnd nupport Xhe Church. They nr«: (1) For hi* own «ake. (2) For his children 1 * wik*. C3) Forlh«iuiko of hi* communuy And nALion. (4) For the Mke of Ihe Church itnolf. vhich ne«dji hiH marnl And nuurial ·upport. Finn to KO lo church rn|ru- Jflriy flrxl rwid vour Biblf daily. Copyright 3960. K«»t«r Advoctiiiag Scrvic*. Inc., Str.uburir. Sunday 'Genesis 57:5-11. Monday Proverbs 23:1248 Tuesday iMurk 7:14-23 Wednesday Luke . 12:13-21 T h u r s d a y I Corinthians 3:1-9 Friday Ephesiftns 6:1-5 Saturday I Peter 2:1-5 Printed as a Public Service by The Lowton Publishing Company 175.00 MORE CAPACITY Gisnt 6 cubic foot capacity cylinder. Bijger thin any other-- gives more tumbling room ani wrinkle- Iree drying. 2-Door 13-Foot $259.95 Don't be a CLOTHES HORSE 5 YEAR WARRANT S HK"in^l tWcrl* in m a l a r i a l uml i t h one ytars war- rnmy on mo.or. P.ru repaired or rcpl a c c d d u r m s lomer lo pay |,bor charge* a firjl year, HOLDS 523 IDs, Model 835-470 15 cu. «. Capacity Thin-Pak insulation Condenser- a flomeless ELECTRIC DRYER $ 2 5 E L E C T R I C D R Y E R . power King Compressor with s-Year Warranty Electric Dryers 159.95 Less SJj.no -- $I34.9u NOTICE: One Only 5 99.95 W.T. 2 cycle $ Washer |CQ nn IDOlUU Close Out on. Evaporative Air Conditioners Pricei Start at NORTON'S FURNITURE Price Norgf otlfrt you a complete selection of upright and chest freezers from 3.7 cu. It. to 22 cu. It, capacity 5199.95 1316 N. Sheridan EL 5-8883

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