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PAGE SIX LAS CRUCES iN. MO SUN-NEWS Sunday Morniiig, April 23, + Regular and special church notices are printed without charge each Sunday morning in The Sun-News. In order"t'o'assure prompt publication .of your church's notice, please deliver, typewritten, to the Sun-News office by noon Friday. St. Genevieve's Church Il«v. i). .1. Klr(t»n, i'nstor MIU:SCH totiny nt: fll.lO. 7:30. 8:.'iO. 0:'.',a ami .Solemn HlRh Mnan fit 10:110. MriKKes on week-days at: 6:30, 7::iO unJ S::iO. Xt-xt Thursday, tin: fc-HHt of the Ascrnslon of Our Lord. IK :i Holy Dny o! Obliiioliiin. All Cutli'dic* urn ubliKi-d to attend MiiHH. Masses will t,c :M: U:fKi. 7:(lfl, N:00, fl:OG and \'2:0'i. CdiifeMi'iriH will be h e n r i l Weilnemlny from -I to 0 u n i l f j o i n : 7 t t 9 p. n. Next Friday in 'llir f l i n t Fri(lay nl the month. Confessions u-ill be liciird ne.xt T h u r s d a y j'roni ·! l i (1 and fu.in 7 to. II y). in. Com- nuilli'in V.'ill hi- distributed b e f u l e Mini duriMK masst-H. Masm'H will be i.l: ll::;0. 7;;;0 and 8:110, Xfivena In Our Sot infill Mothei l-'iiday at '2:;i(l. 7:00 and h:00. Kili|!iini» liuilniriliins in KI\K- li.nli rvc.ry iialuntay at 0:00 and Sunday n l 10::iO in JJoly CII'.IH whnnl and In .Spanish every Saturday at il:0ti In tin; clnui-li. Hoiifiry every evening aL 7:00. A Minsion In F.ii|;li»h foi men and women will be^in next Hun- day "t 7:.'i() p. m. '1'1'e minion will lit Vri-iu-lied IiyP.ev. Fulliei· fiiilii iel U l r n k l i s "f Hie I'li-rlMS I'.lnod Fallieia. UellKMin:; i M s t i i l c l l m u i in F.ne,llnb I'vviy .Siil.inlay al 11:00 and in Sumliy al 10:.10 In Hnly rross Keliuol and In Spntilnli eveiy al- n i d a y at Il:d0 in tbe c h i n c h . HaptlimiH Hl:ndny at 2:00 ]l. m. SAN V H I I I I I O CIIUIICH |[ev. I), tl. KlrKall. I'uHtor Mann on Sunday at H:00. * l l i l . \ A AN/1 C l l l i K C l l Ol r Otlll I . A D V OK IMininOATION llev. I). .P. Ulri;iin. I'nilor Miinii tin .Sunday al 8:00 « rMAI'i:!. ( I f l l i K IMIACli,AT.5 I I K A i r r Ol r MAHT lllalin anil i:«|1na SlieetH KIT. I). ,1. Klritim. 1'iwlnr Mlisn un Sunday at 10:00. ltull|;k'u» IniitriictloiiH Immij- ll.itHy a f t e r MUSH In the Church. Si. Andrew's Episcopal Church Mil N o r t h AlnitH'ihi, LHH Oriit-i 1 l!«v. limit-roll I'. Hnillh. . , · Kiflor · Knruliiy. April, £211(1-- H:00 a. m. Holy Coiwnuiilan. 10:00*Jt. m.'Church Kehool and Nuiaery. 10:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Scnmm: , ' . ,. ' . *'O I/ml;-. fnm whom all' jjooil ttiltiKK-tiu rmni'X '.'·'· Thihfldfty, 'Mrty linl i "lOiOG'iii in. J AnoimftIm Day (!«-' Imltlon df the Hnly Communion. · ' · Vridn'yMa T y 41H-- 1:01) p. m. May Kcllowntilp I-un- L'ln'iiri for u'uinon ttpotwonnl oy ;hi* U n i t e d . Cnuncll of Cluiirh Wuiiu-n nl lyrist .(.'lirlstlnn cliwvh. 7:30 p. m. Dlxcusfilon Sniwlnn on Chrttiltun UvlnjT nt St. Anilnvvy'f Itcclory. ·1:1!) p. m. Conflrmntion Clnim fm Youni; People al SI. Jnmrfl' lU-doiy. St. James' Episcopal Church IVlli»p\ Koiitl, AKttlUK I'urk llov. Hunrrolt I 1 . Hmith, VJriir Sitndny. April g'.)ni]-- JQ:OW) it. tn. Church school, 11:15 a. m. Mdinlnj,' J'rnyri and Sermon: ' U;30 j f in. V«unJi !VopU'*.s Mcr- 7:30 p. m. Discussion-Rr.ssliin mi rhilMlnii 1-ivijifj ill SI. Amllvw'H IltTtm-y- IltTtm-y. Tlnir:,.liiy. Mriy .in) 10:00 n. in. Aticrniilon Day C'clt 1 - biiilUui of iHu Holy Comnuuiloi St. Anthony's Church Anthony, New Mexico llev. LeimiiH J.uHiialunas, Pastor Mass, Spanish surmon, 8:30. MDR.I ami Enfc'llBh Sermon 10:45. MBHSCB during Lhc v/eck nt 7:110 a. m. The First and Third Sundays Masses at Bcrino, N. M., nt 9:30 i. m. The Second, and Fourth Sunday Mass at 9:30 n. m. In Chamberlno, N. M. Baptism Sunday, 2-4 p.m. Assembly of God 1th nnd Vim Fallen Itcv. E. E. Pranks, I'astnr Mr. Fred Arm Snpt. Sunday School encli Sunday, be- nnlng at 9:45 a. m. I'rcachlnjj service begins nt 11:00 a.m. Evening service, begins at 7:30 wilb music by orchestra. ·Iliuiclny evening prayer and Uililc .lludy. Friday evening Christ Ambassador service by tho young people of the church. Kndin p i n n r n m 8:.'lfl lo 0 a. m. c u r b .Sunday morning over KOH1S. Church of ihG Nazarene ·(117 West rieaeho llev. \Vllllani McMahon 11:45 Sunday School 10:50 Miirnlnf! W i i l n h l p 7:011 N. Y. !'. H. and .lllnlillH. 7:-l5. Evening Service. B:00 Wednesday, prayer meel- IK. He mire lo a t l e n d Cliurcb :iorne- wheic. You are jilwuyn welcome it the Church of I he Nazareiio. Pilgrim's Rest Church No. 1 I ' t l l l l l t l V I ! l l a p l l H t \1 NVu Iliiuvr nn ^Iel r re Avenue North of f.lo Iteguliir preaching service the nr«i and tlilrd Sundays In cuch month as hern stated: Katurdliy evunlng--7:30. Sunday morning - Singing. 10; id I'renehlng, 11 Sunday .-veiling mil-vice. 7:30. f.jvervnn.' welcome al n i l ser- ·t.i I- Minimi' 1 ' Phillips Chapel C. M. E. Church licv. C. Thompson, I'uKtor Sunday School. J0:00 a.m. Morning Worahlp, Jl:00 n.m. EpworLh LcafiiVi, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. .Everyone Is Invite! to attend ur scrvtci'Ji. ft Penlecostal Holiness Church i: m ,:-r Collide HiKlll ,1, W. KdRi' III Clinrcc fl:00 (i. in. Clllircii chuol. 11:00 a. m. Morning Service 7::;0 p. n). Kvcnintf Kervicy. 7::!0 p. in. \\'e'!ne;ulay - Hiljlc Sttnly -ind Pr'ay^i 1 . i-i-iynnc Is UVIrom''. Church of Christ 8«0 North .Mlra'nil.1 . FJoyil II. llorlon Minister The men's Irnt.iing class meets Monday at 8;00 p. r.i. The midweek prayer sen-ice nnd Bible school meecs Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. The ladies' Bible, clays meets Thursday at 2:00 p. m. The radio gospel bioadcast in heard ,each Sunday morning from 8:00 to 8:30 over station KOBE, 1450 kil. You arc always welcome to meet for worshfp with Ihe Church of Christ, -.vhere you will hear the, Oo.':pel of Christ. On this, the Lord's day. the Church of Christ reminds you to cornc lo worship. The Bible school begins 'at 9:4!. a. m. Preaching will he .at 10:45 a. m. by the local minister, Floyd H. Morton. -The comm u n i o n service is at 11:45 a. m. The Bible school meets this evening at 7:00 p. in. Preaching services are al 8:00 p. in. St. "Paul's Melhodist Church "l-^l Prr-sbylorian · Church : Iti'v. Frank r. .loiim MlnlKtor I'rnt. VrrillH Miiyn. Clinlr Director MUH 1'rlsrlllu WIlKiin. Ori,'unlst U:.'iri, Clnnvli nelinul, Oiiour IJ n i n c H . KniicrliitunriMU. 11:00 Clinieh nui.wry. 11:00 Mornlnf Vorfili'lp Survlct 1 . P r o U u l c -- '.'MdUllntlon", F.tlwan I. SUlRi-H. A n l h c n i -- "H"l til' .tinl In Allniirul of Hlli Owiii" Men li-laiir'ilin-Kiirlhnlily. OffiTlnry -Tim l.onla I'Hiyor." Mnlotto. Wul( "O Hoid In liii! Ijinl", Mi-iiilul» ·.nhn. Ktlllliil-l Mi-leaanl, liiirliom SpnlKin -- "Tin! Niil)li'fit Hnle i Ufo. 1 tliuli' '·- "Murch", Mt-n ili'lsiiilin. M w l l i i K "f Hi' 1 S''»»i"» fur fu-ci'ptiim "!' nt-w nii-niliei'M. fi;:iO p, in. - Collr-^t' Wi'Ht i n i n - Htcr .rtll('\v:;lilp 'ullppcr. I'rtipralll nl 7:no. .00 |i. ni. · Sfiilor HIRll .\\Vs!- nilnstci ri'llnwalilii. Failh Tabernacle KOO'l^itst )tansa!. strf'i't .Inini'N ShiuuHfy, Pimtor P. I,, rullnn, , Siinilny Srlnnil Snpi'ihiti-nili-nt 10 n. in. Sunday School. 11 a, in. Morning wornlilp.. 7 ji. in. Yonnc Ivoplu'a inoelinc KTOrj'niir la Wiitroine. Grandview Mission AHrollll A Chli]illrro Sunilny Sdiimil i':-18 «. m. Mornlnir \Vomlilp 11:00 « .in. Training Union 7;0fl,|i. in. Kvonlnis Scii'lcc 8:00 p. m. * Thi'lv l» n wi'taniii- fur ynn nt «· (iinnilvlnw Itapllhl olui|irl Yon'l yuil -"nn nnil wmahlp wllli is today. Firsl Baplist Church John II. rnrrntl Th.l)., JMslur Ir.s. .loo l.r: \Vorrord, Jr., Suc.y. ,Mr». fl. (i Slldhain, Orgnnlst .Snndiiy School !J:40 a. in. Murnini; Worship 11:00 n. in. T r u i n l n p Union G:.'10 p. in. Kvi-niny Woi.ihip 7::iO p. rn. Church of God Aiui'rlctui Lr^lon I l i t l l H) South Main !!unil:iy school. 'J:.|f; Mornlni; ervlce, 10:Jf: YOUIIK I'noplc'c nnetlnir. 7:00. KviMiIni; K v n n f e l l a t - :· siTVki'. 7:ir p. in. "A u n i f i e d crvice in a divided world." A learty welconn? a w a l t H yen :it till inr iierviecs Church of JGSUS Christ Laiier Day Saints V I A Hnlldlng Raymond and Court Keith Honincy lint nch Pro.sldenl. .Sunday .School, Earl Carbine, Kllperlnlendcnt, 10 a. in. flnn-eli Ktirvlco, ll:2. r » a. m Unitnd Pentacostal Church 11.1 Wiwl Chestnut llev. W. It. Pox Mcrvl i helll n l V - l f l p m Wi-il reirt-'iy. Frlili-y "ml P.imcln.v Slindny School- -10 a m | Service nl 11 a m Christian Science Services liranlKan IJIirnry Rlindny nchonl 11:30 a.m. Mornlni; sei-vlcc, u o'clock. Wednesday lestinionlnl meeting B p. m. · P r o b a t i o n " A f t e r Death" i.H tin Lcsr.on-Sernion snliject for Sundaj A p r i l 2(1, HIM. Oolden Text: "The nnin t h u l wandi'ieth out of the wily of un d c i M u n d l n i ; shall remain In lh eoiiKieilation of the dead. . . . H t h a t fnlloweth after rlc'lteousncs: au,l inen-y (indiilli life. rlBhleuiis ne:ei :iniriinnor. ll'rov. 21:10, 21 St-iiiion: Pu.s:iaK" ; from the IM lie I K H I K James ^'.TBliinl include ·lle.ir Ihc w n l i l of tin- Imil. '' ·hildien of l u l i i e l : (ll'i:;en -1:1) rgfl'elatlve pnrsnf;'-;; fnnn "SCI ·nee nnil Hi'iillh with Key (n ill Seiipluivn" liy -Miny RuUer Kililj Ini'lnd.': "An I lit' individual iilen of Tnitli, flu 1st lesu.i eanl lehulie r . i l O i i n i i i i l error ami all sin sli-kni-i-s, mid ili-nlh. -- l« Pol" oul the wny "f Truth mid lpli£e ^10). Second Baptist Church I. .Siuniiel Swifther, I'ustor !h:iO a. m. Sunday School . I I a. m. Morning Worship Siiliject. "Room for All." Members will £0 to AlrunoRoldn in the afternoon for a special :*or- vicc. Can: will leave Crom the clnlreli at 1 p. m. We cider to worship, we depart .0 serve. 22fl West Pastor t'arl Jacobs, Director of Music. Mm. Kenneth Bender, Organmt. K. A. Valentine, Supt. of Church School. Mrs. (i. It. .nnnselth, Clmreh Scey. Morning worship at 30:55. This i Sunday "the special music consists ' of the following: Anthem by choir --"The Souls of the Righteous" by Moblc. The offertory oy organist-"Berceuse" by Iljinsky. The .sermon subject -- "A New Beginning". A nui.scry is provided for small children at the worship hour. MYP groups meet at 7:30 o'clock each Sunday evening. Monday evening at r,:.'10 there ·.vill he an All Family night in the · u n d e i c i o f t beginning with n covered di.sh supper and then a special program will be rendered non- 01 ing the new members y.'bo have been received during the cnurch yenr. Von are invitcrl to worship at Kt. Paul'* church. Lost Secret Of Pottery Glaze Is Rediscovered Through Long Hesarch LAS VEGAS, April 28 /P'--A;. wns produced by a Frenchman pottery ginze, lost to craftsmen j a b 0 ut 1900. The last was made for more than hiilf a century, was a w \ ns the first World War by a rediscovered recently by Dr. John} famous potter, Adelaide Robineau, Dietrich, heait of Highlands Uni- .Using a formula developed by versily's arts and crafts depart- j Bother famous chemist', Freder- grecs -muii t; be'.helil"'tor'exactly 6' minutes.' -A' : variation of flvfr minutes either way" spoils the results. ." Dr. Dietrich also lias produced two other prized glazes,"iron blue, first discovered by the Chinese, and copper red. '.' ' At .list year's state fair, he re- ceived-fi'-at prize -in ceramics with red pottery.. . , ' ' · · . . ment. , i ick Rhonil, she produced only one Hut H took him 10. .VIMITM of ; piece. Then the formula disappear- I'.fllMKlakiiif;' ri-rrt-arch to finil lliR | Ol ( ··. Tcnmiln for llm famous "Chun- KJtllt'* shizp, whlrli r-hnufjcs or HIu' nifMiiistoiifl under various Foi 1 10 long years, Dietrich experimented, trying to find,' the method by which a glaze could be produced that was actually olive green and looked like yellow green, emerald green or turquois blue under different lights. Hf almost liiid thfi st-cret five u'(pks ago when he jiroiUtofil onr Mmmmt |Iw. But tho formula almost sliiMH'd away from Urn. He found a head of 2,400 de- Sevenlh Day Adveniist W.I.A. Hall, 340 N. Reymond I-. K. Ferris, Elder Sabbath School, 0:30 a. m. Classes for ail ages. Visitors always welcome. Worship Service 11:00 a. m. First Baptist Church MesHm Park : -Alvin .Sw)',irlnKRi». P»st,» r Sunday Schooi, 9:45 a.m. Worsliip Service. lO:DO a.m. Church Nursery, ll a. m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening- Worship, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir practice, 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Dr. Parrott will be in the pulpit iit both of the services today. Immediately following thti eye- ^ nin-,- worship service there will j FairaCT6S Baptist Lutheran Church Lutheran church .services every first and third" Sunday evening at S p. .m. Sunday .school is held at 7:15 p. m- Thomas LSranigan Mf- ·norial auditorium , be R Hnplismol servk-0 for all those j wishing ordinance. You arts' in- | vitwl to come and worship "with i us Loday. j . Hul« 'f. Turner. I'ustor 9;4!5 a. m. Sunday .School. 11 a. m. Morning worship. 7 p. m. HTlJ. S p. m. Kvcning worship. H-E-A-R EVANGELIST .,. . Mrs. A. J. Brice Sirs. Brlee'iB an able speaker, . hiu-inR il - meswijrc for . imr Come, unil licar tho truth of find's 'tthnl spoltpn with powfr 7:30,E»ch Evening lii'KlmiltiK Ai'RII' 'M, !»lil (ontinui!i^ a \yocks or longer ' ' ill tlic ' Pentecostal Holiness Chtirch T. \V. Edge, I'listor (i!)0 Sohllio Driven \Cal\fgr Roiid) EVERYBODY WELCOME! ; First Christian Church SOI Nil. Alniiinln ,., HrV. l-'ruileU I. \Vlieeler. · ...... '.Mltllslrr A. .1. Jlieilerer, Silpl. P:(0 PrnyiM- Hiintl. OHS Riii'ulky Hplmol. 11:00. Morning Wftrshlp. Sermon, eiSfJ'Cni.Hlio.' \. 7i30 KvfhlnR Sorvlro. · . . . !!!}! piull- Prao(|M. layi'. Choir. I'lOvlIf c . ! a y . ; Bil)n Slurty 7:0i) - , p, hi, ' · . EvonlnK Woinhlp 7 ;. in. Dlsflneflvelymodornsor- »Ic« that rolain tho rov. I «ronl (oaturoi which, for V qonorationi, havo marled f tho pasiin? ot lovod onei. Whon the- work of clny is tlunc, nii'.hl comes. ' jW left bi-liiiitl Is tlu- love 1h;it bus bocii . bnill over Hie years - memory lo clernily. FULMER MEMORIAL MORTUARY ind CHAPEL "A Ropulnllon for' Fair Healing" 1492 Horlh M»ln Cilt WHAT STRENGTH is HERE! Steam and electricity, heat and pressures; but also men at work! Power harnessed for a nation that feels its duty to help mankind. Millions of men at the front and millions more preparing to go. Millions of other men at home being saved by the cold wet soldier on.the firing line. How much they depend on good materials we can send them! We are making the sinews of war. They are the warriors. We are partners together. Each serves the other and we win or lose together. THE SOLDIER at the front may save our bodies from disaster but · he cannot save our soul. God must do that. We cannot be men ot truth and character il we let those fellows down. They are. risking their lives in our military service. Let's gird ourselves for the task. Let's be brothers of the spirit with our fighting men wherever they may be. OUR JOB is pleasant work compared with what our great armies are doing. Let's not complain. Le^'s pay our taxes with a smile. Let's honor the men who are dying for us. Let's nerve them to fight their best by not (ailing them on the home front. May the great, indusirinl power of the Democratic nations of the earth together with tho very best from every citizen, defeat t u o tyrants of greed HV!" ' · · . · : : ' This Series 01 Ads Is Being Published Each Sunday Under The Sponsorship Of The Following- : CAMP RIO GROCERY MARKET "M:iUo yom -Inlhu.s Imv more smisc." West of Vliulurt im SO I'lioilf i!Sn-\V HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE COMI'ANY Appllanro.i ··- SnU's -- sm*lco -- Kepntra KINKST PUMP RKUVICin 125 W. ]lli:i;.l AVft I'hoiw SCS-\V SCOTT'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION P A U L gcorr, M n i u g r r . Wakhlng'-. r;ri:l.llnK -- Tiros nnil Uopalr , 1001 \V. IVndio · I Phono 8SH.n MR. AND MRS. D. C. McCARTY · ri.UMHING ami I1KAT1NO VALLEY PRODUCTS COMPANY Wholesale Gl'oceilea - Tobacco 70 W. Amnilor · . Phone 'OH . P. R. BURN Convial Contractor 'J05 200 Carver niilg. Phone 073 EQUIPMENT SUPPLY CO. OF. N. M.! Inc. Allls-Chnlmera Farm Machinery 137 South Church · Phone 108 NELSON'S FUNERAL HOME Complete, Understanding Sen-lee ·11!) S. M,( in . . . , Phone 106 THRIFT GROCERY STORES STORK NO. 1 . STORE NO. 2 110 vv. I.as Cruets Ave. 12;'. N.'^Majn.street I'lu.n.-s 70 and 71 Chonra US and 89 J R GULF SERVICE STATION Tnii'li Ktnp -- 24-Hour Servlcn-- Tires-- lialtorlca JOHN I. nUKK" nnd H.AY JIONTIVIlitE HOO W. Piracho ' Phono' 357-W

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