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PAGE' EIGHT' LAS "CRUCES '(N. 'M.l SON-NEWS Sunday 1 Moriiirig," April ; 22, ; 1951;'. ·Regular and special church notices are printed without charge each Sunday morning in The Sun-News. In order to assure prompt publication of yourchurch's notice, pleaii deliver, typewritten, to the Sun-News office by noon Friday. St. Genevieve's Church Kev. I). J. .Klrgan, I'uhtor Mawos today al: G:'M, 7:r,0 3:30, 9:30 nml Siilcnm High M:'»: Mimes on wcrk-tlnya at: (i:30 Vt.'lfi nml S:30. Novr/13 to Our KoiToflll MothfM Friday ,;it Z:30. 7:00 and »:00. Hflit;i(JiiH ln;;lnn:lhjiiH in Kntf litih r-vTiy Knlimlay at !*:00 am Kiindny at J0:::0 In Ilnly Crust .M-linol unit in Sjaniuh t-very Sut- urduy M 0:00, in the Church. Jlotiiiry every evening al 7:00, ConifisnionK Halimlfiy f i o i n -1 l'i G nnd f n u n 7 lu I) p. in. Unpijiiiim Sundny at 2:00 p, m. Yr H A N VSIDKO C11UKCII Ucv, I). J, K l r n i i n , I'UHtnr Mass'(in Siimkiy n t fc:00. ·A DONA I'ANA cni'itcii or orm L A I I V OF rUKIFIOATION Ih-vi I). J. KJa'iin. I'tisior Mass on Sunday nt S:0(t (7HAPKI, OrTIlIC I M M A C U i t A T H f l K A K T OF M A d t * Minim mid '1-Xi'fnn' Sim-l* Ili-vj I).-.!.- K l r n a n , I'lihtur M U M ' m i Sunday at 10:00. Ht'Iifjtniin I n i i t r i t c f inn:! tnnnr- J i a l c l V n f t c r .Mns:i in Uir Church. .Si. Andrew's Episcopal Church r.lli .N'nrlli Alnnn-ilti, I.IIH Olinn Iliiv. Iliinrriill I'. Sinllli, - flH-tnr. Miinilii.v."Apfll"TMlld-- ^:uo a rn.Jioiy Conimiuiiori. 10:0(1 "a. ill. ('lunch ,Si:hoo] an'l .Viil; i-ry. Hi-no 11 in. . M i i i n l n n I'rayw n r i ' l K r i n m n ; , " I t K A i H T i v l l i i n ntiil . I I I . I K nil-Ill I.'I' n i l " . 7:;!0 p ni. Mi.'icim^inM HCV.MIOII ml C l i i l - i t l i i i ] Livint; (it S! A i H l i c i V ' H l l r r l n r y . Maniliiy,' A j i r l l Z.Hnl- ;::no p. rn. Ml A i i ' l i ' ^ V K Wniil- nit's Ailiilliiry Mi-dlni: at l l n - Par- l.Oi Hfiuj.1-. -I:!. 1 ) p. ni. O t i n f i r i n a t l u n Clans fin Yinllij! 1'idipl^ at .SI. Jiimi-u' l i n - l o i v l \l Ni'\v * St. James' Episcopal Church. VnUiift lluail, Mi-nlUu I'ark lUv. Uiuimifl I'. Smith, | · Vli»r Miimh.y,, A|iill S!!iiii-- 10:00 .-i. m . Cliuu-ii HHiu'ol. 11:10 u in. Mol-nlnp IVjiyi-r and Hriiimn: "HL-sunrcMoli anil .luil);nirnt fur all". 0:.'IO l|. m" 1 Toting' ' PPO]li*'.'i Si'r- v-li-i- l.t-n'i;m. 7:.'JO p. in. ll.'ii i ti.'ii'lon .Si-.-iiilon on ('hrifilinn Living at SI. Anilrow'.'i Hi-rt,.iy, Munilay; A p r i l 'Wnl-- U. "0 a. in. St. Jalnt'H' 'IVarhn.s' uirfliiij; at the \\'y:niui'.i. 4:l. r , ]). n^. V^miR IVujik-'st fiili- l l r m i i l l u n rilaM.'ut.SL "Inmt-s' !«· I n i y . ', ,."'!"#.' ~"V Si. Paul's Methodist Church ViSS Wont GrlKpi -A. C. Douelan · I'anlor (·ni|.,lai'(ili«, IM.vi-lor (if Mnnlr. Mr*. KrnnHIl Ucmlrr, Orgunlht. K. A. Vi.h'ntliii', Kupt. nf Church KrlllHll. Sir*, (i. 'H. Dmisi-llh, flinrrli Spry. r ' h n n l i M'lliiol inert;) p r . i i n p l l y al ll:4,S n n r ' w i l l i a rlinw for i - v p i y Tin- Mollllnj; W i ' i M l i p M-rni-i' :-i at lii:r.o. , ft Lutheran Church l.ullirrfui fliii IT h KriA'kvji 'ivory U i K t niul tlilnl Rundiiy ownlnp nt s jt. m. Sttndn^ f-clii'ol iif hoM nt 7:15 p. rn. Thomow Hnin|);jiii Moi n n i l u l iiutlitnrUitn. ., , . ^.iv . . . . . ; Grandview Mission A n n u m A Cimpurni*.* Sumliiy .Si'iinui {i:-ifi ». m. ^ttlI-Il[j^t; Woislup 11:00 tl .in. TntinliiK Union 7:00 p. m. 13v^·nQlt:·^rvi^.»·s^OO p. 'in. " · ·* · r. Firsf Christian Church : /.111 X.i. AlnniPila Itpy. l'iuni-1. I.. \viirp|pr. ; " MlnMiV A. .1. lliti-ilcrrr. Snpl. !):!) 'Vinyi-r llnnil. DH.'i Jiliiiilay Si'h.-vil. 11:00 Mnnilni; Wnulilp. Spiinnii ··Thii.MpvllilliU". 0:M t'lil llh.i. 7:;10 Kvpnlnj; K o i v i c r , 7;00 ^'ivhifaJay Chnir Praoli:.*. '7;4H Prfcp*r AlPtOUu:. A I 11^. ^ffwifii: '.ftprvii -I- will IIP uio I'rp^i'iiiiiljpn ,'V "·'»! "n.l d)iinll'.\j' Sl'ftHt A w h n l to 'llunii-i Ifolnznian. Ilonifr IK n.Kifi'' ficmit I i ' ' Church of Chrisi lisan .Vnrih ,MP»I|IIIIP A(.x.l[.n|ipi 1 .l*...) 'il"i' .Sunilay firlwol 10 V m. :i\lnniliiff.,Wqrali!(t 11:15 " .in- Communion 12 noon ;l!lb|p Mri-vlcf (Ii30 p. 111. I St. Anthony's Church Anthony, Nc.w Mi-.xlco Ucv, I.r'nulH MiUohliinus, Pastfir Mans, Kpaniflh scinnon, 8:riO. Mdfis and English Sermon 30:45 Masses during Ihe week at 7:311 a. in. The Firsl and Third Sundays Masses nt Merino, N. M., at 9:30 a. rn. The Second and Fourlh .Sunday Ma.'ja at fi:.'(0 a. m. in Chanihcrlno N. M. Baptism Sunday, 2-4 p.m. Assembly of God 7th nml Van I'nllcii U!V. K. K. FntiikH, Pastor .·Mr. Km! Arcs Supt. Sunday School-each Sunday, beginning nt Oi'in .ii in. Preaching service begins at 11 ;DO a.m. livening service begins at 7:30 with muaic by orchestra. Tuesday evening prayer and Bible Blnily. I-'rlday evening Christ Ambas- f n d o r Hcrvicfl hy the yoiin^; people if the church. Radio program 8::iil to 0 a. m. 'ach Hominy morning over KOI.1I;3. Church of Iho Nazarene (ii 1 ; \Vi-si rii-:irhn Ili'V. AVIIIInin M':HInhi ( |] liHr SiinUny Ki-lnml K l r n n Miiiiilni; Wnrahlp 7:11(1 N. Y. P. H. :iml .liliilrirn. 7:.|.'i. Ilvrnhif; Kc-ivicc. . «:()(! Wcrilllc-silli.v, imiyt-r tnccl- UK. HP M I I I - hi al.tciHi Church i;unl(!- 'iR'n. 1 . You y r r nlwayn welcunif? M Hi).- L'lHifCM (if t i n - Nazanme. Pilgrim's Resl Church No. 1 on Mi:l r fi! A ven no of Gin .Niillh ol Gin FtcKUlar prea(!hlii{; »(;rvice tho lr.il and third Sundayn in each luiith an here ntnted: Saturday cvcnlild--7:30. Sunday mornihj,' -- Sliiglnf, 10; mil Prdaoliinj;, I I . Sumlay cvonlnjj survlcu, 7:30. Kveryonu welcome nt nil nor. PJIdur P. L. Julias, Minister. First Presbyterian Church I.IIH CHUT* Avcnui* 11.111! Arm!jo Hcv. I ? nin)( F. ,»ono« Minister ruf. Vcrdln Miiy.H, Choir Director MlSN I'tlsclllii \\11snn. Uri;n[iM Ii;46. Cliurcli .srliiuil. Owur JJ. i J in 1 )(. SiipL'iliitcndi'iil. 11;00. ;Jniich muMi'iy. 11:00 J l u m i n y Pn-lUili! - "Memul Y'.-i Hour" - A. . Jjilvt-i; A n t h e m - "I Kimw Thut \iy Ili'di'i'iiH'r t.ivotli" - AIT, by ' h n n t m n w n : (UTrrtory - " A m l n n - c" - H. I.. U.vli.-r; OclVl - M l \ n n w mi 1 llruv Hi'llin-cil" - .1. Mr- I n i n n h u n ; fipnnon - -THK S I N Ot' i-;:ro" - I'"H'd Ciipwvi, fl:00 |). in. - Junior lli«h Wv.st- iiin.strr Fcllou'ship In Die Anin'X. li-r KolUnviihlp Miipper. Program t V;00. 7:00 }. m. - Si'iiiiii- lilj;b \\Vsl- Faith Tabernacle i'JOli I:IKI Kiinsir. sircct ,larncs HhiunMcy, Puntor T, 1., 1'nll.m, Suiiitiiy Sfhuiil Sup«rinti-uili'iit 10 H. m. Huiuliiy .School. 11 11. in. Morning vvoitihlp. T p. tn. Vnunpr ivoplo'.s nict^ttiij Kvi-ryow tti wclronift. First Bapiisi Church - Mt^tlln I'iirU Alylti Su'wirlngm, 1'iiHtor Suiuliiy Schiiiil. Itl'15 n.in. \\Whhip flcrvlco, J0:50 a.m. Oluuvli Ntust'iy, 1 1 H. in. VrntniiiK Union, 7 "p. in, lOvi'iilnj; Worship, fl nVloelt. 1'iayt'r miH-liiiK. ?:;iU p-ni., Wcd- [ivsilny. t:holr prtuitlre, 7:.*10 p.m. 'I'liura- iliiy. Phillips Chapel C. M. E. Church IliiV. C. Thompson, J'astor Suiuliiy School, 30:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Kpworth League, 0:110 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:.'iO p.m. Rvcryone la invite i to attend nur flcrx'lccfi. ·tt Penlecoslal Holiness Church (IppiT College Ro:itl .1. \V. ICtlifi- In Clmrjje 10:00 ;i. in. Chinch diou], 11:00 a. ni. Morning Survicc 7:.';o p. in. KvL'iilng Service. ":.'{() jj. Hi. \Vednesflay - Bible Sliitly 'iml I'j'ayor, verynno I.s Welcomn. First Baptist Church ·lofni II. I'arnilt Th.I)., I'jistor Mr.i. Joi; Leo \Voffonl, Jr., Secy. Mrs. C. C. Slldluim, Organ tat Sunday Hi-hool 0:40 ii. m. M n r n i n u \Vdr.ship .11:00 ;i. m. T r a i n i n g U n i o n fi:30 p. in. KvtmliiK Wot ship 7:30 p. ni. Church of God jXincrlc'iin Legion Hall :i:i:t South Midn Sunday school. it:-15; Morning civice. 10:'J5; Voting P«opto'n tlnt;, 7:00. Evening Evangellnt- c .'joivicu, 7:4r* p. in. "A Unified i.'i'vlo? in » divided world." A iciirly welcoim! iiwuita you nt ;i|l mr iiervicoH Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints VIA llultdiiij; Raymond and Court Keith Homney Brunch PrcHldont. Snndny Scbuol, Earl Carbine,: uperlnl^ndi.'iit, 10 a. m. Cliurcli wurvicij, 11:25 a. m. United Pontacosial Church Mil West Chestnut Kov. W. It. F«x Survlciw hcM ul 7:10 p. m. Wed- L'oduy, I*cli1:iy find Sunday. Sunday School--10 u. Tn. Service tit. 3 1 a. UK A Christian Science Services Briinlgun l.ibniry .Sunday school D:,"0 a.m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Wednesday testimonial meeting, J p. in. 'Uortnnr ol Alononunc" is tho wnn-KiM-inon KUbjoel for Sunday. \[ii-il '2.2, isifii. (ildi-ii Text: "There la onn Cod. UK] one motllalor between Gotl .iml i. tlin nuin Chrisi Jesiin; who Biivc himself n ntiiHoni for all. to ( - t.'HtlJU-il In ilw time. (1 Tim. :r. li). Sermon: l'fUisaj;nH from the HI- lu (Kilif; .lames Voruiim) iiu'lndc: ·I have fnitKlit u ^ood f i g b t . I ,a\'r lini.'ihiMl MV I'mirsL-. 1 have .upt the f a i t h : ("it Tim -1:7). C ( n i i ' l n t i v t ' ints.saj;o;t fi-fnu "Sci- rin- and l l r a l t l i with Key to tlie i r i i p i i i i r s " by Mary Bnlu-r Kildy. iH'ludt: "Ii T r u t h IK ovorconiinn rruv in yMir daily walk and con- 'I'lTiilion.. you nin finally say, "I iiivc fi»ui;ht a good f i K l i t . . .1 havo U'pl t i n 1 failli." '».". 1 !'.l'f t yriii «n: L'ltur iiiiui. (pajjc 211. ai Distinctively modern ser- vlcoi that robin (he rov- oront foaturoi which, for generation!, have marVod the pawing of loved oneu Tin* t r u t h s t i l l is t l u t all tilings must i-ml, yi't lavo alum 1 lives on and nn in the hoitrt.s nf lliosc wlio -iii't* trut 1 . FUI.MER MEMORIAL MOHTUAHY and CHAPEL "A Ki'imliiliun (or i-'iiir DiMlin^" 1492 North Main Call 1200 /% Church of Christ ' 800 North Mlnnd* Floyd II. Hurto» .Minister On this, the Jjortl's clay, thr. Church of Christ reminds you to conic to worship. The. Bible school begins at OMt. a- m. Preaching will be at 10:-15 a. m. by the local minister, Floyd H. Horton. The com munion service is" at H^S a. m The Bible school -meet's this evening at 7:00 p. m, Preaching: services are at 8:00 p. m; " The men's training class meets Monday at 8:00 ji. m. The midweek prayer service and Bible school meets Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. The ladies' Uible class meets Thursday at. 2:00 p, m. The radio gospp] broadcast is heard "finch Sunday morning from 8:00 to 8:30 over station KOBE, 1450 Idl. You arc always welcome to meet for worship with the Church of Christ, where you will h,car the Gospel of Christ. · * Second Baptist Church I. Siimucl Su'lHher, I'ustor 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 11 a. m. Morning \Vorship Subject: "The World's Only Horte." 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Subject: "Power With Purpose." You arc always welcome to worship with us. We enter to worBliip, we depart .o serve. Teadiers Would Pay Into Retirement Fiind In New Plan SANTA FE Apd! 21 UP)-- If the next legislature adopts ja- proposed teachers' retirement plan. New Mexico teachers will be required for the first time to chip in. to this re'tiremc-nt fund. The plan was described yesterday by Floyd Santiatevan, secretary of the state retirement board. Teachers make no contributions now . Under the (proposed plan teachers would pay 4*4 per cent to the fund. The plan ulso_ would increase the state's contribution from the present 3 per cent to -J 1 /-: per cent from the state sales tax, state income tax and mineral leasing' funds, and a ,T per cent share by the institutions of higher-learning. Fairacres Baptist Church Hule T. Turner, tfuslor 9:4D a. in. Sunday School. 11 a. ni. Morning worship. 7 p. in. BTU. 8 p. m. Evening worship. -it Seventh Day Adventist' W.I.A. Hall, 840 N. Reymond L. K. Ferrl§, Elder Sabbath School, 9:30 a. m. Classes for all ages. Visitors always welcome. Worship Service 31:00 "a. m. REHEARSES CHOIR, SEES DOUBLE: 8 SETS REV. WILLIAM K. BURGESS (right), pastor of Detroit's United Missionary church, sees double when ho rehearses his choir--eight sets .o£ twins.'Front row (from left) are Gary and Janice. Parr, 1); Richard and Robert Winnur. 11; Editli and Ruth Norway, J3; Judith ami Jnnet Nowali, S; Jni'.y and'.loycc Gratluwski, 10. Rear (from left) are Donald Britton and Mrs. Margaret Shcliiehl, 2-1; Louise'and Luis Sthaefei, 10; John and Joyce Keller, 2, are in the arms of their mother. (International) u^here have.been great teachers in every age and in every land. The.greatest teachers of all ages and all lands were rich in the Knowledge of God...Mey believed "everything" was possible Vor those who really loved God. What better lessons can any of us learn than those'imparted in the parables of'The Good Samaritan, the Prodigal Son, the Seed and the Soils...the marvelous Sermon on the Mount with its texts that are silver and gold and precious diamonds in the teachings of the ages. How wonderful then for the children to whom we have taught the words of the Great Teachers, especially if they.learn them from our memory and our example. You In. The Church The Church In You Form a combination, for good . N We should attend church regularly. Every man, woman and child needs .the influence of the CHURCH. Be Faithful! Be a Churchman. How shall we learn? We shall get most from the greatest teacher the world has ever k n o w n . . . f r o m His spirit and attitude of tolerance and patience and generous forgiveness. We can be sure that He will not expect too much of us at the first; He will understand how slowly some men learn. God does expect us to know well from whence "everything" comes."He.sends us Sunshine, He sends us Rain; He sends us Loss, He sends us Gain; He sends, some Beautiful, He sends some Vain; God--we know, He sends Everything. " A-men. This Series Of Ads Is Being Published Each Sunday Under The Sponsorship Of The Following CAMP IUO GROCERY MARKET "Make your '.lollnra huvo more sense." \\Ysl of Vlailuiit an SO Phono 2S1MV HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE I'O.MJ'ANY Appliances -- Snlo.s -- Survicc -- Repairs I.-1NKST PUMP SERVICE 1M W. CHRpl Avo. _ I'hone 80S-W SCOTT'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION I'AUI. SCOTT, SlnnnKcr Washlnfi --· Ciicnsinp; ~- Tiros and Repair 1001 \V. ricai-ho Tlione 883-R MR. AND MRS. D. C. McCAHTY PUIMB1NO mid HEATING «12 N. Water Phono 1013 VALLEY PRODUCTS COMPANY Wholesale Groceries - Tobacco 740 W. Anindor Phone 90 'P. JR. BURN General Contractor 205 :ot! Carver UMg. . Phono (17.1 EQUIPMENT SUPPLY CO. OF N. M., Inc. . . Allls-Chalmcrs Farm Machinery 137 South Church rhonp 1GS NELSON'S FUNERAL HOME Complete, Understanding Service · 419 S. Main ' Phono 106 THRIFT GROCERY STORES ' STORK NO. \ STORE NO. 2, 1IG W. Laa Cruces Ave. 12,1 N. Main Street Phonos 70 rind 71 · Phonos S3 nnd Si) ·j R'GULF SERVICE STATION Truck Stop -- 21-Hour Service -- Tiros -- Batteries JOHN P. PUI'T and P.AY MONT1VIU.E HOO W.' Pieacho ' Phono. S57-W

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