The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 3, 1963 · Page 10
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 10

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, May 3, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, May 3, 1983 Your Church Needs You At The Churches CITY OUUIIOH DIKEOXORY Faith LuUioran — (312 E. 12th) Kurt 1C. Juangol, pastor. Sunday •chool, 1: worship, 10. BnvanUi Day AflvcntUt (Otb A Sycamore! — A. E. Sapor, pastor. Worship 11:00 a. m. Community Clnircn ol Uio Kiniriqiiiira Gospel— (Bth and Hickory) Rev. Clyde W. Orelsen. pastor. Sunday echool, 0 4f>; worship. 10MB! ovonlug worship, 7:00; Tuesday. 7:00. Johovnh's Witness!* — 821 B. Oak. Ottawa. Sunday, & p. m.i Tuesday, 8 p. m.: Friday, 7:30 p. m. Thomo* Woodmas, presiding minister. Westminster United Presbyterian — <13lb and Maple) — EJ. E. Cay lor, pastor; church school, B:4D a.m.: worship, 11 a.m. Grace Episcopal, Bth and Locust. Leopold Boppo, rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m.: morning prayer. Mormon, 11. Episcopal Young Churchmen 6 p.m. Weiloynn Motlioillst (»U N. Main) — R. C. Stephana, ptisior, Worship, 10:50 a. m. and V:30 p. m. Pint Assembly of God (13th and Mulberry) — Sunday School, 0:40 morn- Ing worship, II; Christ Ambanatlom (youth) 8:30 p.m.! ovanguUillo service 7:30 p.m. Chrlitlan Science Society — (311 fl. Hickory) — Sunday School 0:48; morn- Ing service, 11; Wednesday jorvlco, I ? ..; reading room, Wodnondayi 1:30 to p.m. Reorganised Clinrch ol Jesus Christ •f Latter Day Saint* (315 B, Cedar) — Kenneth Cooper, Qnrnott. pastor, Bunday School 0:48 a.m.; church services 11 a.m.; prayer sorvlo* Wednesday, 8 p.m. Church of God In Chrl»l (8H Walton) — Elder Judge Trout, Olntho. Services Wednesday and Saturday nnd oyory other Sunday, St. I'nul A. M. 1C. (416 B. Onk) — Rov. O. R, Maxwell, pnntor, Sunday Bohool 8:30; Church Service 11; Christ tlun lOndonvor, o p. m. KnlUi Ulblo Chnrmi (02J N, Poplar) — Rov. D. A. llobbi, imstor, Sunday School, 0:4A a. m. ; worship service, 11 a. m.i young nooplo, OMB p. m. : •waning sorvloo, T:4B p. m.; prayer and Blblo «lw!y, Thursday, 7:45 p. m. llolliiuiy Oliinioi iinptlHt (2nd and Poplar). Rov. 8. in. Hopkins, pnstor, Bunday school, 0 :30 a. m. : worship 11 a, m.: Wednesday prayer service, 1:30 p. in. Oliurcli of Christ (8th * Cedar) — Borvlcos 10:00 it m. nnd 8:00 p. ro. Church of (ho Brethren (Oth and Main) — Rev. Charles DuMond Br., pastor. Church school 10; morning worship. 11; CBYF, 8:30 p.m. Olnirob ol Ui» Mnzaruno ntn A Elm) — Ralph C. Edwards, pastor. Worship 10:60 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Mld-wook •ervloo Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. rirst United Presbyterian (3rd and Walnut)— Church school, D;30 a.m., morning worship, 10:30; evening vesper, 7:30; mldwook prayer mooting, 7:30 Thursday. CalTary lUptlif (038 W. 7th) — BUI Weber, pastor. Sunday School o:48 a.m.; worship, ll a.m.) youth, 8:48 ? .m.; evening, 7:48 p.m.! Thursday, MS p.m. Mexican Church (317 Kins) — Manpel Pachooo, pastor. Worship 11.00 a. m and 7:30 p. m. North, ttaptlit (Oak « Wilson) — Tom Ingle, pastor. Worship 10:48 a. m. and T:30 .if. m, Choroh of Clirlsl (003 N. Poplar), O. E. Andrews and L. R. Wilkinson, Eldors. Services 10 a.m., Preaching 11 a.m., Communion 11:48, Evening mirv- Joes 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible study, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Free Methodist (738 N. Oak) Robert Carver, pastor, Sunday school • :48 a. m. ; morning worship 10:45j evening worship 7:30. First Christian — nth and Cedar) — Rov. Ned M. Roberta, pastor. Worship services 9:00 ti 11:00 a.m.; Church School 10:00 a.m.; Chi Rho and CYP •:30 p.m v Soared Heart '-'alliollu <«h a Cedar) !T n A ov - Henr y Belor - Pastor. Masses 7:00-8:00-11 :00 a, m. First Methodist (4tt) and Hickory)— Charles P. Knight, pastor, enured Flrsl Bapllit «& and Hickory)— Dr. Raymond P. Jennings, pastor. Worship service 10 a.m.; church school 11:10; youth group, 6:30; vespers. 7:18. Trlnltj Molhortlsi (630 N. Cedar)— Rev Roy H. Armstrong, pastor. Sunday School. 8:45; worship, 11; UYF. f;30 p.m. who couldn't take it Once there was a mother who had a, normal, healthy boy. And he liked to do the things that normal, healthy boys like to do. But, for a long while, Mother couldn't take it. She kept saying, "DON'T Bobby— you'll hurt yourself!" Then one day, as she passed the playground, she marveled at a bold youngster's feats on the horizontal ladder. And, coming closer, she discovered it was Bobby! Now she has more confidence in her son . . . and better understands his confidence in himself. Sound religious training begins with confidence and understanding. In churches of our community youthful eagerness is directed toward right motives, high ideals, clean activities. Moral and spiritual conviction begin to supersede daring and pride as incentives for action. Your child already has faith in himself. Through the Church's guidance and your example this rudimentary faith can be enriched and tempered by faith in God. THE CHURCH FOR ALL- ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church is the greatest factor on earth for the building of character and good citizenship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regu- larly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For .the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Copyright 1963, Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg, V«. Sunday Proverbs 3:21-27 Monday- Proverbs 14:24-30 Tuesday Isaiah 30:12-18 Wednesday II Corinthians 3 :l-6 Thursday Ephesians 3:7-19 Friday Colossians 3:12-17 Saturday Hebrews 10:32-39 You Need Your Church At The Churches COUNTY CHURCHES Bethel Baptist — Rev. Robert Tat*, pastor. Worship, 11 a. m. Taoy Baptist — Rev. Les Rempel, pastor. Sunday school, 8:30; churcb •ervice. 10:30. Melvem Methodist — Robert Bamuel. •on, pastor. Worship, 11 a. m. Rosemont Methodist — Robert San* nelson, pastor. Worship, 9:30 a. m. Methodist Commnnlty, Richmond, — Wilbur Purvis, minister. Church School 10 a.m. ; morning worship, 10:30; youth fellowship. 6:30 p.m.; evening worship 7:30. Greenwood Baptist — Rev, Orvlll* Warren and Gene Sacha, co-pastors. Worship, 11 a, m. Centropolls Christian—Ivan Matthews, minister. Churcb school, 10; worship, 11. CYF. 1 p.m. Plum Creek Methodist — Rev. Merit Peters, pastor. Worship, 9:30 a. ra. Wllllamsbnrj Methodist — Rev. W. L. Shuler, pastor. Worship 10 a.m. Arrlcolm — Rev. W. L. Sbuler, pastor. Worship, 11 a.m. Blchter Methodist — Roy Armstrong, pastor. Worship, 9:45 a. m.; Sunday •chool, 11 a. m.; MYF. 7:30 p. m, St. Anthony's Homewood — Win. Kaufman, pastor. Masses: 1st and 3r#. Sundays 9:00 a. m.: 2nd. 4tb and Eta Sundays 10:30 a. m. Princeton Christian — Wesley KeKh- •r, pastor. Sunday school 10; P' jich- Ing 11; no evening service. Waverly, St. Joseph's Churcb — Rer. Jacob Mauer, pastor. Mass every Sunday. 8 a.m. First Baptist Church, Quenemo —Arthur L. Sims, pastor. Worship. 11 a.m. Princeton Methodist — Delbert L. Honn, pastor. Church school 10 a.m.; worship 11 a.m.; WSCS, 2nd Thursday; MYF alternates every other Sunday with Union Chapel 7:30. Free Methodist, Wllllamsburf — 1, Garth Betry. pastor. Worship, 1] a. m. Homewood, St. Anthony's Catholle Churcb — Rev. Jacob Mauer, pastor. Mass every Sunday, 8:30 a.m. New Hope - K. B. Shoemaker, pa* tor. Worship 11:00 a. m. HOMEWOOD CHRISTIAN AND COMMUNITY—Kenneth Piatt, pastor. Worship, 10 a.m.; churcb school, 10:41 •.m. Ruhamah — R. B. Shoemaker, pastor. Worship 10:00 a. m. St. Theresa Catholic, Richmond — Rev. Gilbert Burns, pastor, Masses 8 and 10 a.m. Appanoose Baptist — Rev. Lynn* W. Smith, pastor. . Sunday School It a.m.; Morning worhip 11 a.m. Rantonl Federated (Presbyterian) — Rev. Albert R. Smith, minister. Sunday school B a.m.; morning worship, Sprint Ridge Presbyterian — Rev. Albert R. Smith, minister. Sunday school 10 a.m.; morning worship 11:15. Centropolls First Baptist — Worship, 11 a. m. Pomona Assembly of God — Rev «oy D. Pick, pastor. Worship, u o .m. Wellsvlll. Baptist _ Rev. Homer Ganong. pastor Worship. 10:50 a.m. Lane Methodist—Rev. M. H. Peters. Pastor Sunday 8<%ol. 8:46 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Quenemo Federated - Rev. Kenneth MTF 7?3o eyp .m aSt ° r> WCrShJl1 " a ' m ' : Appanooif. Cnurvb ol the Brethren— Orville Chase, pastor. Worship, 11 a.m. Emerald St. Patrick's—Jack Harrington, pastor Masses 7:00 and 9.00 a..<0. Town tnsj Country Church of Christ <316 S. Ceifar) - Weston James, minister. Sunday School 10 aim.; Mornraj Worship, 11; evening serllce, 7:30. Michigan Vqtfey Methodist — Rev. Kenneth Ray Penley pastor. Worship 8.-4J a.m.; MYF 5:30 p.m. Pomona Methodist — R. A. Trow- brldge. minister; church school, 10 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m.; Junior MYF. 5 p.m.; senior MYF, 6:30 p.m. ' Wellsvllle Methuoui — James Na- bour. pastor. Worship-10:50 a. m. Centropolls Baptist— Wlllard Neuman. pastor. Worship U :00 a. m. Antlooh Baptist — Rev. Robert Tate, pastor. Worship 9:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Onion Chapel Methodist — Delbert L. Honn, pastor Worship, 9:45; Church school, 10:45; WSCS, st Wednesday; prayer meeting, 3rd Tuesday. This Message Sponsored by the Following Individuals and Business Establishments: Attend The Church of Your Choice Sunday. ANCHOR SAVINGS ASS'N. Management and Staff BENNETT CREAMERY CO. Management and Staff BOND'S ROYAL CLEANERS Don and Dean Harsh, Owners BRISCOE DRUG STORE Guy E. Briscoe BROWN HARDWARE CO. Harry Brown CITIZENS STATE BANK OF POMONA ,Neal Baxter • Pomona, Kansas CRESTVUDW NURSING HOME Mary Tankersley BODY SHOP & APPU. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crites DARI TREAT C. D and Julia E. Hood DON'S CABINET SHOP Don and Carol Gorton EDMISTON'S • 'Don Lauvei-, Mgr. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Robert "Bob" Clogston THE GAS SERVICE CO. Robert Grabham HUGHES AUTO SUPPLY & MACHINE SHOP George Hughes JOE TOWNEB'S CHAPEL Jay Saner, Mgr. KANSAS STATE BANK Member F.D.I.C. THE KEEN COMPANY Wayne Lewis LAMB FUNERAL HOME Blanche Lamb Bob Roberts LEE'S CAFE Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nichols LOUIS DENGEL & SON MORTUARY Louis H. Dengel *. Walter L DengeJ MANN-BELL DRUG CO. Howard Mann • Francis Bell MINN1CK MOTORS, INC. Pontiac • Buicfc • Cadillac MONTGOMERY WARD INC. Karl Jesdinsky MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS CO. David and Lester Moore NITCHER'S FLOOR SERVICE Gail and Dorothy Nitcher OTTAWA FINANCE COMPANY OTTAWA SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Dean Berlin PEARSON WELDING SERVICE Don Pearson PENCE FOOD CENTER Management and Staff ECONOMY SERVICE STATION R, D. Waymire SUFFRON GLASS COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Gene Suffron PENNY'S READY-MIX CONCRETE Lawrence Ogg — Chuck Hendrickson PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK George Lister PEOPLES STATE BANK OF RICHMOND A. 0. Sigler — Richmond, KansaH RANEY REXALL DRUG STORE John Reynolds ROY'S PLUG., HTG. & AIR CONDG. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, Jr. SAM'S TIRE & SUPPLY, INC. Sam Mott "The Tire Man" SELECT DAIRY Harry Pratt • Lloyd Daugharthy SHINN & HALEY ABSTRACT CO. Ed Haley SNYDER PHARMACY Carl & Nina Snyder OTTAWA JTFi?Ar,r> SUNRISE DAHIY Max Pierson WAYMIRE FOOD MARKET Ole Waymire THE WELLSVDLLE BANK Gene.DeTar - WellsviUe, Kansas YOUR MUSIC MAN Walter Butler HENSD2K GROCERY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hensiek PLAZA THEATER Jim Long TERRILL'S DEPT. STORE Mrs. Roy C. Terrill WESTERN AUTO ASSOCT. STORE L>UII Ueynolds B « J Ott COMPANY Leo Johnson - Kenneth Baxter

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