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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1956 THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER FIVE CkurcL Ca ie tt clay ASSEMBLY OF coo rut t soaday :4S in.-4uoi; scbeof win Classes for ail (. lis em. Morning worihip services I'M m. Young foo. e serviee. 7:94 pm Even! t...-; rvf i Vi.k special mu and singtr.g, Wedawads 1M pm. Mid-week serfS. 7:64 p m. Cho.r practice. ECOMD 4J4 M.itl eiraat I U i m.-tuadt school. ll:i4 nil -HOfaj;, ijf.j p 4 10 imOirltl tattuMwl. 7.00 p m. f. et i, . .xie.uix 7;34 pm Prayrr ssaeting. BAPTIST rsT eatty Ms m.-12 U urery pes. I 31 t m untff school. 11. 0 ra i-sjj wor hip service I N p m. Touta thoir resssrial. Tn s m Cn on Wor.rr' ConaesL IS p m. Training Cauw. 7M am. Jtucem Beit nroirsm $ 30 pm. rt:josn .'-r yui People And f . .. I... .. Master I 4V1134 im.-Siiur l"x ei-n;e. r a netuarv. t:S-J:u p.m. Sunday school tiiw leow lereneetl. ; i p.m. Sunday eool feonferexeet. eiinie 1 :! o m. Sunday school clinic. gnusiona sarvlce. ssactuary. Taatda Sunday ecaeol clime eee Monday) Wedaeadey Bund school clinic fe Monday!. fCcrrelated nreirim. pellowthip up3r sad Pravsr Service cancelled because 1 Oait). Thartdir Sunday tehee, cin'.e t66 Monday). Frtdsy Sundsj ache! eUo-e Use Monday). NOBMANDALX e.ad.r Mi m. CJleir practice. M s m. Mirnlrf worship JC am. Celestial choir 4-1. In 11 am. Su-idaf ti"ol. I 15 p m. Training union. 7.34 p.m. "Student nigbl si Christmas.' Mswdey T .30 p.m. Cbo r practiaa. Tharaday MS m.-WkU oord maatln. II M m. Oan. untit! sad procrsa Sheeting. S stars sy It M m Cho.r practice HIGHLAND GASDF.Nl auad-j .3d a.m. Worship eervtce. s a in. 8unar acaooi. lt:M a.m. Worship service. , 00 p m. Prjuarjr enoir reheerisL 1:34 p m. Training. Union. 7.30 pm. Worhij service. Meada sad latermedlatd T s p.m Jr BA antatmi. Wadaaada T:IM p . TracRars and ott'xtri mtUl(. 7:M p.m. Prstr isrvu:t. Ikwaday ID pm. Olla AUfO OA m(io. T.U p m. Aduii ebotr rtbtsrisU MtLLBflOOK It.M a.m. Sunday school. II IX a m. Wormip arrvics. t tx p m. Train Jif union. , 7:00 p m. Worship s-TTlf. Wadaasda Hdacdaa t.M p ra. Uid.ek praysr irtic. t m m TAtBSOl'GH STBEET 4.1 A ni. dunosr achooi. 1 00 a m. Morning worship. 7. JO p m Evanlng orahsp. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Mtw nore rHitca JtUO Mi(Rlaad A. Worship srvtrtt htld sacfe lnd and 4ta unaayt. II a m. and 7 p.m. and en lad and 4;a Isturds atibt. CATHOLIC IT. AXtll.WS starts , I to p m -Cwf . 7 ! I p m. Confestloni. . . . Saadsy ,, 7:00 a.m. Mats. :M imUiu. Jl 00 am. Man. Wask-Dayt M a m.-MssS. 7.00 m -Uiu. T. PEDE S 7 00 am. Man. so a m. Miti. 00 a.m. Man. 11.00 s tri. Pstartif 4 40 7.00 to ( 00 p.m. :o.tfrtAtoni. I 1:10 p m. ConftiMon. Wfak-Oira a m. Mm. M 7.00 a.m. M sal. 8T. rKTEKg sad ay a m. Man. a nv Masi. 7 no 00 10 00 a m. Mai. JI:M a.m. Uiii. k-0sy 7:00 00 7.M am. Mas, am. Mm Taaata a.m. Novana. atardaf 4 09 p m. to I n p.m. Csnftien. rEEM or MEPCT I N s m. Man. l oo a m. Man. ' 11.00 a.m. Mais WtakDsys 7:00 am. Mati. tarda 4 M to I M p m.Canf s tlons. 7.20 p m. to t 00 p m.-CotusttletM. ait'RCH0F CHRIST , CAriTOt RE 10 NT satsr 43 a.m. 8 ibis stud. II no a m. Morotr.t vorsbip. M p m. an( aarvtc. 7.fj(J p.m. Xtnln worship. " raaida I M pm. Lait'ai B.t'. tiudf. fl'atsaiday 7:50 p m. ;bit study. , ' mmoy teeet aaday is so sm. aibl arwtr. It at am. awmip. 7. JO p m. Worship. Taarsta t.M pra. B.b'.i c;u. rH4M Trtr 04 ftaalh raoaaaa St. Ssaday 4 am.Piblo atudv. II 00 a.m. unrntni warahip rmea. .so p tn. Trs t'.an. 7:00 pm Worihip, T arid if 7 M pm Lad:t' lb'. Cut. T.JO pm. Bibs study. CHURCH OF COD CAPITOL btatMOKiaL t. Parry a4 Edfasaaat At, day I II I nv Sunday scion!. II M a m. Mwnji srorih.p. 7:3d p m. Evan jif orhtp. Wadaoaday 7.U p m. Ptsyar tar tics. f. Jaakaa at PeTaaai at. Ooaday I t) a m Sunday KbMl. II o am, wnrib.p srtrt . 7 io p.m. ZvsnftUifte iarvtrs. Taaaday 7.W p Prsr mal. Taaradaa 7:M pm. TPE mit. CHRISTIAN' Pt$T aday Ma m Ooirck Klaj, 11 OS sm orsh:p sorts "Tk Tura oi Mis Tsar ' Mooday It 30 p m. l MKtaikt tntarmad.alO Kt Ttsr t Wiwsh p ArU M Ua laao-tuar of i&t cSuftb Wadaaiday t.J pm.-Oour Ptacis al Ui abursi. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE rust cavpeaj or fsaut. ktxtut tl Wik (rat t Mad ay 11 M a m. tundsr Pcboat ll.ot am. Cburci irtws 8ukj4 W rmoo. -Cbmiiian Kimtf tladaoada 0d pm Church Asrvtrd A aursary ts provided at 4 rtd. EPISCOPAL TE mi RCH OP THE 4SCEJ10! ? so a m. gj Cifflmsnim. P.M a, rt rKs. Prsysr "soph's sad ft- 4 0 Ua( P-B. Youct trTlcs GREEK ORTHODOX CAITE1M CBEEE OKTHODOX CB1ECH Or -THE AXCXCIATIOX-CspBol Parka ay sad Ml. Mrii S3 s m.-lt'M s m. Soj.day Scoool. It.M s in.-11 J s m Oi j-.a Uurj. INDEPENDENT COX.SEBITONE CBIKCB Crr Madlaa Tarraco said I soar ttscoaapks Bast 41 s m Sunday Bchool. ' -A p m. Young Pop: s Pe:h!p, 7 JS pm. Ersnmj vortb.p. Wadaatdsr J J m Oodrf htnt 8:b: Cub. Tboraday I SO p m. -Choir prutiet. INTERDENOMINATIONAL FRIENDSHIP Maklla Biikoa ar Sooibora By-Paas ooaday t$ s m 8 Jr.dtT School. l!:4 s m. Marnier Worihip. :M P m. Yourg people' mtte. 7:34 p m. Eantf1u!'c icmes. Taoraday 714 p m. Prsr mrsitap. Kalarda 7:14 pm. kfaa's prsysr nsatin. CMBISTIAW A.1l MIMIO.NABT ALLIANCE tot ayrs M. Aaaday :4S a m. Bunday Hrbool u oo a m. idorntnt Worship. Cusst paar. lis. L. Irah. ,4:30 pm. Youth Ps!!oib!p. i:30 p m. Ooaprl Hour. Ousst spaksr. a, i.. man. Maaday-Prtdar 7:J0 p.m. Evanmi trrTlcc. Ouaat tpsak ar an. L.. lrua. LATTER "DAY SAINTS iHVBcai op JEr. rHBi'Y nr lm !'" roraat Ao. Kad- I4:M am. Sunday school. 11-14 a m. Priesthood. I.JO p.m. Sscramsnt. Tsaiday 7 4 p m. Rs'ter Soeiaty. . Wrdntiday 4:94 P m. Prirniry. - Tkoratar 7. 30 pm. MIA. LUTHERAN EPIPHAKtT Saaday 1 11 I m. Sundry iclioa!. 11:04 km. Srrlc4. Tsaiday 14:04 a m. New Yur i Day aerties. METMOfST Arll'RT t Clstalaad A. l aatkara Bypaas aada t:!3 m. Bunds? nehoo!. 11:00 m. Mornini worship. pm. MYr. 7:04 p.m. Errnlng vorsbip. ' Wadaasday 7:00 p.m. -Church fellewahlp. BFBOE MEMOBIAL Sasda : .m. trhurcb school. 10:5J a.m.-o-Momlnt worship. 1:1$ p.m. Younp psapls's tnsotirn. 7:30 p.m. Even 'up worth. p. (Nufiery proridsd at all ssrvlcts.) M-id -f arTcs Pint Maaday 7:30 p m. Men's c:ub. 7:34 p.m. Boy scout msstlnf. Wedas d: y 7:M pm. Official board mttln. Baaaod Thor-d.y 7:34 pm. Official board msetini. 4.30 p.m. Jr. choir prset.es. CAP1TOI, N FIGHTS Aaadny :3 k m. Worship -irvirt. 1:41 am Church school. 11:04 a m. WonhiD irrv.es. 4:00 pm. MYr. 4:10 p.m. Priyrr proup. 7:00 p m. Worship asrvict. Alaaday oo p.m. Youth Recreation and Pet. lowtiiip Basement. 11:00 p m. Watchnlght Seryic lowshlp Rail. -reL Wedaeiday . 7:00 p.m! Bible study and prsrer, 00 p.m. Youth and adult choir ro ntarta.a. , Tbarsday 00 p m. Plnance rommlsslea. 7:10 pm. Official board. v . siatarday 10.01 A.m. Junior choir rshearial, DALBAIOA und j : am. Church school. 11:00 am Morning Worship, sermon topic 'leeptfit through a Revolution." S:30 p m. Youm choir practice. 00 p.m. MYP. 7:00 pm. Evening' worihip. sermon topic "Chixwe LUs." 04 pm.-Church-wido silowshlp. DEXER AVEME Saaday :1J a.m. Coffee Hour for Young adults. :43 a.m. Church school. 11:00 a.m. Mornint worship service. 4.00 p.m. Intermedials and Senior MYP. a:w pm. inurr youth Mir. 7:30 I oo 00 a.m. Evening worship servlc. Maaday pm. Intermedials Pkrty. p.m. Senior MYP Party. Wedaeaday 7:10 a.m. Prayer meeting la chapel, to no a.m. WCd rayer meeting. 7.10 p m. Cho r rehearsal. -Tbaraday 7.00 p m. Suo-O.iir.ct planning session for Children's Division. 7:30 p.m. Commission on finance. M1LLBBOOK , :4S km. Church School. 11:00 am. Morning Worship, i 30 p m. Evening worship. NORM AND ALE Psttaa Avt. Waaler Dr. 10.00 k m. Sunday School. UN M 7:1S service a.m. Worship. p m. Pamjly Night supper, pm. Whits Christmas worship ROBINSON KPRINOS I 4S a m. Sunday School. .11:00 m. Morning worship. Wsdaestsy 7,04 p.m. Cho.r meeting and thotr. Tklrd Saaday Family Night supper. METHODIST FOREST AVENl'E fiaridsy I.W in. Church ichool. U:N a.m. Morning Worship It, Barn. p m Youm choir rehearsal. oa p.m. Methodist youth fellowship. T.-oo pm. kit rams wormip Rev. 9 HPII, I 14 HsU. P w. Youth fellowship; Bajemsn Wetsestsr 7 N , p m. Mid-week prsysr service; On hr.s chspel. 7:ti p m. Adult cbeir rehear!. Twaraday 7.34 p m -CammuiioB oa education; churca parlor. rrtd.y ISO pm Boy scout Troop No. U; OuUirit Chapel Satarda I M a m. Junior round-up; Bocemaa SaiL ST. LI a. at Swaday 43 a m. Sunday School. 11.04 a nt. Motmtng Worship. I 04 p m Me:rndit Youth rellowshlp. 7.04 pm. Evening warship. Wedaeaday 7.M p m Praver emtrs foilowsd by CflmmiMats oa Membership and Eane-lisrn. Tbaradav 7:14 p m. Official Board Meeting. st. rtiu Mara Aveaa art Old Seteaa Satada 45 a m Sunday School. UN a.m. Morning Worship, k os p m. Choir practice. .04 pm. MYP. 7.N p m. Evening worship. Boat BliLETAV 114 re Aveaao Saaday a m Ajt( ScfeMi, t 84 U:N am. Morsung warh.p. 4 34 1.1) 7.1J pm. WY service. p m. Bvaig worship, Tkaratsy p m Prayer servtca. PRESBYTERIAN CAPlTOI. F tORTH Ardaa and Ms. Malga Bvad , Matey a m Simdsy Scboe4. am Mwtrg worship. I U U 04 t: ot m Xomi-.f CHURCH SERMONS a Ky i is j CALVARY r. P. McGuire. Pastor; fermoeis: !!:0t am.. .'r.ti- 'fe's tory": 7:50 p.m. GueU Speaker. Mr. Hrrmaa L. Xtrg. GOODE ITiiZET Porrett Hick. Pastor; Sermons: II:0 am.. "A ti Yasr's Motto": 7:14 pm.. Rules Por Ute Boad ot I !r HIGHLAND AVIWCE Henry L Lyon. Paitor; sermons: 11:0 am . "A Spjuuai InvetJiory"; 3.34 p.m.. Student riljht Service. BiOHUtND gardens Rev. s. E Mekt. r'snor: Sermons: I 10 and 1114 rn.. "God s Limu '; 7:J4 p m.. Ths Essuits of n " NORMAXDAE R. H. PaJweU, Tb.D.. asior; Sermon: 50 am.. Or, t. L. Cortaie. Ouest Speaker; 7:30 pm. Siudent JKht Program. ' Comm:.o. ed To Serve!" - SECOND EweU Sexton. Pntor; e. mans: U:M am- i. L. Conine. Guest Speaker: 7:34 p.m.. 'Life's (Jnsiieri&l Record." suNOWDOCK Henry U Lyon. JX. Pastor; Sermons: 11:00 a m.. 7:30 p.m. TTIAV CLOVERDALE E. Tipton Pastor: .erroo 10:j0 am.. Gsts o Ooportunitr." riRST WOiism i, Linebsck. Carroll ""Oot: en Pastor: Sermon : Year." 11:00 a.m.. The Turn of U CHURCH OF CHRIST CLOVERDALE M. Cecil Perrvma" Minister; sermons: U:W a.m., "ThJf Chrutiau should Purpose ; 7:00 p.m "Taking Bead." JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES EINGDOM BALL. NORTH UNIT W O. Meadows. Presiding Minister; Sermon 4:15 pm, "Jehovah. Ood of prodjetioo." EINGDOM BALL. NORTH l.MT MM L. Wetampka Rd. aud v 4:13 pjn. Wstchtower Study: Subject: Jthsvah Ood Of .'ro uctlon. Taesdap l:M p.m. Bible Study: Subject: Building The Armageddon-Surviving Temp s, e'r.day 7:30 p.m. Theocratic Ministry School: Subjeet: Answering Objections. Friday 1:30 p.m. Servic Meeting: Subject: Give Jthovab. Exclusive Devotion. LUTHERAN EPIPHANY H-rbert Pastor; Benqons: 11:N a.m.. E. Wallner. "The Sirntfi- cance ec Uis Incarnation." METHODIST CAPITOL HEIGHTS - Rtr. X. L. Hsrdln. Pastor; Sermons: 1:30 It 11:00 a.m., "The Cyuie'l New Year"; 7:00 p.m. DALRAIDA D. H. Rucker. Pastor: Sermons: "Sleeping Torougn a Revo.u-tion": "Chooite LUe." UEXTS.K AVEauE Rev. Pxu'. A. Duffey, Pastor; Sermons: 11:00 a.m.. "How to use your G.fti 7:30 p.m., Rev. Johnny Andrea I. FIRT Jr C. S. For er. P;-'or. Rev. R. L. Vaughn, Aisoe. Pastor; Ser mons: 11:00 a.m.. "The Ciiurcn uoe to College w.th Its Students"; Dr. Waights O. henry, Jr.. Oue . Speaker. FORCST AVENUE Re. C. E. Brne. .'astor. e mxns r- . 1 . 'Closed Docrt"; 7:00 p.m.. "New Op portunities." - ST. LUKE Rev. Robert h. Andrew, Psitor; n-.iiois: 11:0j . . "Ne sear 1937" t 7:00 p.m.. 'Psalm IS." WHITFIELD MEMORIAL W. E. Mid- dlebrooka, Pastor; Sermon: 11:00 a.m.. -Tomorrow Is Here." PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS PLUM STREET Rev. H. T. Pres ley, Pastor; Sermons: 11 ;W a.m., 7:30 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CAPITOL HEIOHTS Murray E. Lovs, Pastor: S-ruvms: U:00 a.m., '"Citizens of Two Worlds"; 7:30 p.m., ' "Beyond the Last Pane." FIRST Merla C. Patterson. Pastor; Sermons: 11:00 a.m.. "The Lord's Domain"; 7:30 p.m.. Christian Student Sun. day Me'sagc. OAK PARK Virgil L. Bryant. Pastor; Sermons: 11:00 a.m., Mr. Hugh Esco, Jr., Guest Speaker; 7:13 p.m.. Program by Youth Fellowship. TRINITY Dr. H. x. Russsil. Pastor; Sermons: 1:30 and 11:00 a.m., "Tnt Judgment of Ood"; 7:30 p.m., Christian Student Program. Student Program Speaker Named The Rev. Paul Jones, a former resident of Montgomery, a student at Howard College, Birmingham, Ala., will bring the prmcip&l message during the student program at Dalraida Baptist Church Sun day night. Theoung minister was ordained by Dalraida Baptist Church when he was called to serve as pastor of the First Baptist Church, Detroit, Ala., where he has been serv ing very effectively. During his pastorate, a beautiful new brick edifice has been erected. The Rev. Mr. Jones, who will gradu&te from Howard College in January, completing his studies with a lajor in religion, was em-ployd by the State of Alabama Forestry Department, prior to n- tering Howard College. The youth choir will participate in the progran. together with the college students. I 34 pm. fioneer and Senior Youth Fellowships. Wednesday 10:M am. Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Maurer. J560 PeUer Avenue. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service. I.N p.m. Choir rehearsal. Tbarsday 7:30 p m Circle No. X will meet with Mr. E. K. Hughea. Sr., 323 Morningview Drive. FIRST Seeder 1:30 sm Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship. 3 00 p.m. Youth Choir. p.m. Pioneer Fellowship. p m. 4!rnior Fellowship, p.m. Evening Worship. t Maaday p.m. Pioneer Progressiti 7.30 too S 00 IN I 30 7 30 Pkrty. Bedaeidsy pm. Youth prayer groua. pm. Family Night Supper, p m. Leadership Class, pas. Cbo it Rehearsal. MEMORIAL Saaday t 30 a m. Sunday School. 11:00 a m. Morning Worship. 00 p m. Junior Fellowship. t 30 p m. Pioneer Feiiowshlp. 4-JO pm. Senior Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. Wedaeaday 7:30 p m. Mid-week aervtce. Yharada IO N a m Women s Prayer Meeting. OtK PARK Siaadav 43 a m. Simda School. U N a m. Morning Worship. OA n m. Senior. Pioneer and Junior Fellowship. 7:11 p m. Piw ram by Senior Feiiow. h!p. 7 30 Ing. 4 OS Wetaesdav pm, New Years Prayer Meet- p m, Oinfr Prarttce. TWIMTT Sn4l g M am. Morning worship. 30 a m Simdav Scr-ool. U N a m, Morning Worship I N p m. Junior, Pioneer ar.1 Senior Fellowships. :M p m Cilege Kifht supper served Senior Fa".ffwh!p. 7.M pm. Etentng Service. Wedaeada 7 34 p m Ptaer Meetteg. Tbwrada 7 33 p m. Ttbsiiy Clsotr. SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST Satarta MS m Sabbath School, ta-. M are. MiaaiftAary Hmir. UN a.m Korntr.g Worshp. Tweaday I 3 am. TJweca Weifare meeiirg. Wedaeada 7 3 pm. Piayer Meeting. Friday 7. 30 p.m. Young Peopie'e Meeiarg. Regional Baptist Sunday School Clinic Slated Here I i i i r 1. JR. T. W. TIPPETT m Mkae&M -W SMMgm-W I ... i i i t-. t f i J -. V bs "V ' "4 GUEST SPEAKER Herman L. King, superintendent of Promotion for the Southern Baptist Sunday School Board in Nashville, Tenn., will be guest speaker at Calvary Baptist Church for the evening service Sunday at 7:30. King, a former Nashville attorney, will , be director of the State-wide Sunday School Clinic to be held at the First Baptist Church, Montgomery, Dec. 31-Jan. 4. REVIVAL SPEAKER Revival services will open at the Unitea Pentecostal Church, First at Dewey Street, tomorrow and continue for one week with the Rev. L. T. Reynolds of San Diego, Calif., delivering the messages. Services will be conducted each evening at 7:15 and special singing will be a feature of each service, the Rev. Joe L. Lane, pastor, announced. Church To Conduct Prophetic. Series A serie. of services with prophecy as the theme will be conducted at the local Christian and Missionary Alliance Chvrch, 903 Sayre Street, beginning tomorrow and continuing through Jan. S with services each evening at 7:30 o'clock, the Rev. H. D. Liver-sedge, pastor, announced. The Rv. Leigh Irish of Tqccoa Falls Bible College, will be the prophetic teacher. The teacher has served as a missionary in Israel for 26 years and will speak primarily on present day Israel In the light of Biblical prophecy. The combination of years lived in the land of Israel v;h his knowledge of the Scriptures makes Rev. Irish eg outstanding authority on the subject, the Rev. Liversedge said. "Add to all of this the recent developments of the Near East and we have what we believe will be a work of most interesting and informative meetings," the local minister sail. County Tax Of fiec Will Open Monday Offices of Montgomery County tax assessor and tax collector will be open Monday, deadline for payment of ad valorem (property! taxes by individuals. . The offices will remain open in order to accommodate the numerous persons who still have not assessed property or paid taxes. Tax Assessor Louise Champion and Tax Collector J. M. Hobbie said. Deadline for payment of corporation taxes is Jan. 21, they ; . . , , :. i : ( The First Baptist Church will serve as host church to the Regional School Administration and Teaching Clinic, Dec. 31-Jan. 4. Sunday school leaders from five states will serve on the faculty of the clinic, including the entire Sunday school promotional staff from the Sunday school department, Nashville, Tenn., and Alabama. Among these leaders is Dr. T. VY. Tippett, who will assist Dr. J. N. Barnette and Dr. A. V. Washburn in leading the conference for pators, educational and music directors, and general officer of the Sunday school. Dr. Tpipett will retire on Dec. 31 as Sunday school secretary of Georgia, after serving 25 years in that capacity. The Southern Baptist Convention recognizes him as one of its outstanding leaders in Sunday school work. Prior to his work as Sunday school secretary, he was known for his work as a pastor in his native state of Georgia. The schedule calls for high-level confences on Sunday school teaching and administration and teaching from 8:5-11:50 a.m. Special interest conferences will be held from 1:30-3 p.m. Departmental teaching and administration conferences for each age group will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. The final session at 8:30 p.m. will feature leaders speaking on "Missions." Nurseries will fee provided for all sessions. Training Union study courses will be provided for Primary, Junior, and intermediate boys and sirls during the evening sessions from 7-8:30 p.m. Negotiations for this clinic began three years in advance of this date 'and is scheduled to be the most outstanding Sunday schooi meeting to be held in First Baptist Church for many years. Sunday school workers and members in First Baptist Church are asked to take full advantage of this opportunity to receive this high-level traninirrg in the local church. College Night Set At Trinity The . college age members of Trinity Presbyterian Church will be honored with a dinner Sunday at 6:30 p.m. At the conclusion of the fellowship hour they will con duct the evening worship service. Gary Waller. Columbia Theo logical Seminary, will preside over the service and Miss Mary Ellen Peirce, Westminster Choir College, ' Princeton, N. J., will serve as organist. Melton "Butch"' Tankersley, Davidson College, N. C, will bring the invocation. "Christmas Opportunities on the Campus" will be the topic of the message to be delivered by Rich-arl Jacob, Princeton University. The Scripture will be read by Miss Jane Hester, Judson College. John Blair, Southwestern at Memphis, will bring the evening prayer. Miss Margaret Collins, Agnes Scott College, will speak on "Christian Opportunities in the Local Church," and Anne Hixon, Southwestern, will bring her message on "Opportunities the Westminster Fellowship Provides." Ushers Auburn: will be Paul Turner Jr., James Wilson, Tulane, and Emory Erb, Auburn. Other college age members of Trinty are: Helen Winston, Sue Ann Reed. Ann Paton, Joe Ann Mcdric' , Croom Rivers, Edna Ar-ro!d Smith, Suzie Martin, Julie Erb, Elaine Donelson, Jo Ann Chamberlin, Jane Carothers, Sue Blackshear, Betty Bennett, Cornelia Bear, Elmore Bartlett, Louise Hall, Jo Ann McLure, Linda Macklem, Joy Paterson. Betty Rosa, Sue Arm Thompson, Darnell Thorne, Rebecca Waitt, Ellen Wilburn. Ann Adams, Ethel Weippert, David Davis, Harold Bowdoin Jr., James Stovall Jr., Pat Williams, Burgess Thomasson, Billy Thames, Joe Limbaugh, William Knight, Frank Broadway, Tommy Hopkins, John Hixon, John Gilbert, Porter Anderson, "Buddy" Branch, L. T. Fain Jr., Tranum Fitzpatrick and John Gilbert Jr. JBssissTelBBasisssMsaW PROVERBS 25:11 -"A word fitly spoken Is like apples of gold In a setting of silver." (RSV) Do words, when "fitly apoken,M merely sound well? Or do they change people for the better? A woman started a transforming friendship with a homeless orphan boy through these first words alone with him: "You are lonely, and that is why you took that dollar from my purse, isn't it 7' Two men discussed whether to take a certain action or not; with things evenly balanced, a friend said, "I once learned when in doubt, don'tV (They didn't!) A mother rallied her daughter, heartbroken when not re-appointed to a country school, with "Good! Now it's back to Teacher's College, a higher license, a better school next year. Good!" At a religious camp a leader started a boy choosing his profession with "Bill, have you ever thought of being a ministerr' Words, moving from someone's insight to another's need and fitly spoken, are like apples of gold in a setting of silver. The Rev. Percy R. Hayward Editor Emeritus, InternationalJournal .of Religious Education gZJj Palo Alto, California f j 11 7 - Dt. m Csiwi'14 ,? VTylvr to ' V I J 70V XN-KX Mrtiery DerrtW VTTIX i? ej'la't AST7? ) High Tpotv. fagawcW T- WWLJ I , ati 1 1 I '4 WW" . I mi mi inaiaaisai i iu i .1 .1 .1 li.f.MA-. ,,,.--. I ' Snow flurries are due tomorrow in New England, the Appalachians, upper Ohio Valley: central Lakes area, eastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. Elsewhere it will be clear. It will b colder in large area from middle Mississippi Valley to middle and south Atlantic states. It will b warmer in western parts of Dakotas with little change elsewhere. AP Wirephoto WSFA Reports Staff Shifts; McGec Resigns Hoyt Andres, who has been gen eral manager of WSFA and WSFA-TV in Montgomery for two years, will return to Oklahoma City as general manager of WKY and WKY-TV. The transfer was announced, yes terday. Andres will leave in about 60 days. WSFA and WKY are both owned by the WKY Radio phone Co. of Oklahoma City. The announcement said Andre is bein recalled to WKY to tak the place of Manager P. A. Sug who has been assigned fulltime duties as manager of a third WKY owned station, WTVT in- Tampa Fla. Succeeding Andres here will be Gene Dodson of the Oklahoma City staff. Meantime, Frank McGee an nounced his resignation as news director of WSFA-TV. He will join the National Broadcasting Co. on the NBC news staff in Washing ton. D.C. Crawford Rice, a member of the WSFA-TV news staff, will sue ceed McGee as news director ef fective Sunday. McGee came here from Okla homa City in February, 1955. He was with WKY-TV in Oklahoma City five years. Snows, Buffet Northern U.S. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A new snowstorm moved eastward Friday night from Indiana toward New York state. With three inches measured in northern Indiana, the weather bureau warned of possible accumu lations up to six inches in parti of northern Iowa, Pennsylvania and western New York. A mixture of snow and rain de veloped south of the snowstorm. The disturbance was exptected to put an end to mild weather onL the eastern seaboard which brought temperatures in the 40s as far north as Massachusetts and 60s in Virginia. The storm rode the van of a cold air mass, marked by read ings in the 20s. A reinforcing cold frort moved southward from central Canada with below zero temperatures for northern Minnesota. 'There was snow during the day in Maine where two inches at Ca ribou brought ground cover to a depth of one foot. U.N. Children's Fund Given $947,033 ByU S. UNITED NATIONS N. Y.. Dec. 28 L5 The United States gave $947,058 to the U. N. Children s Fund today. The payment boosted the U. S. Contribution this year to ,$8,419,764. Total pledge is $9,700,000. WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST TEMPERATURES U.S. Department of Commerce Montgomery g. Ala. 24 hours, ending at I. pjn.. Dec. Maximum temperature - Minimum temperature . Mean temperature Normal temperature Excess todsy Excels since first of month . Excess elnce Jan. I Total precipitation . Total since 1st of month .... .... Excess since 1st of month 28. a? .. 4- .. SS -- r JS.)' ll' S1 4 56 I. OS Excess since Jan. 1 Hourlv 7:00 a.m. .. . 50 1:00 a.m 53 Temperatures 1:09 o m. ... St J:0fl p m S 9:00 a.m...... 51 10.O9 a.m 61 11:00 a.m 64 12:00 m. 67 3:00 p.m 6S 4:00 p.m 6? 5:N p.m 6 0:00 p.m 63 Humidity 12:01 p.m. 51 Relative 71 12:01 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 61 1.00 p.m. 20 Sunrl.e 6:46 a.m. Sunset 4:49 p.m. Moon-rise 5:27 a.m. on Dee. 30. Moonset 3:03 o.m. on Dee 30 Next phase of moon: New on Dec. 31. Montgomery River ata"?o tl.2. WASHINGTON. - Dee. 2i CAP) Weather Bureau report of temperature and reln- fslj for the 24 hours ending 7 p.m. for selected areas: H!rh Low Pree. Atlanta 64 41 Birmingham 63 43 Chariotte S3 37 Chsttrpooga . SO 30 Chicago 34 24 .1! Cleveland 34 29 05 Dalles 41 Denver 55 24 Kansas City 4.1 40 Louisville 45 35 .07 Miami 74 54 Milwaukee 30 20 Mobile 68 47 Montgomery 6 43 New Orleans 70 49 New York 46 36 Portland, Me. 35 23 .01 San Francisco 60 35 Seattle 35 32 23 Contestants Vie For Crown Of Cotton Maid MEMPHIS, Dec. 28 UP A pret ty lass from the land of cottor will be tapped tonight as King Cotton's new good will ambassa dor. Selection of the 1957 Maid of Cot ton (about 10:50 p.m., CST) cli maxes a whirlwind, although sedate, two days of judging in what easily could be the nation's most decorous beauty contest. Emphasis, the sponsors say, is 04v "beauty, brains and breeding.' An invitation . only audience of 5,000 was expected to pack the municipal auditorium for the colorful windup in which 23 finalists sought the maid's title. MUTUAL FUNDS INVESTING COMPANIES InvesBos 10.53 Johnston 20.90 KEYSTONE: Cus Bl 24.25 Cus B2 23.96 Cus B3 17.39 Cus B4 10.12 Cus Kl 8.75 Cus K2 12.65 Cus SI 15.97 Cus S2 11.67 Cus S3 14 47 Cus 54 9 93 Knlckerb 6 07 Life In 13.75 11.51 20.90' 25.31 26.14 18.98 11.04 9.56 13.61 17.43 12.74 15.79 10.84 6.6C NEW YORK, dec 28 1956 (National ties Dealers, Inc.) bid Asked Aberdeen 1.65 1.82 Affil Fd 5.77 6.26 Am Mut 8.85 9.67 Asso Fd 1.56 1.71 Atom Dv 15 82 17.26 AxpH Sik 3 67 4.01 Axe gcien 9 92 10.70 Blair Hid 3.123 3.50 Blue Rid 12.84 13 96 Bond Inv 21.55 23.17 BostonFd 16.37 17.70 Broad St 21 80 23 57 Bullock 13 01 14 26 Calif Fd 7.03 7.6,1 Cdn Fd 19.53 21.13 Cap Vent 5.66 . 6.2!) Chem Fd 15.90 17.28 Colon Fd 20.28 22.01 Com In 9.06 9 85 Com Stk 12 83 13.95 Comp Bd 17.78 19 33 Comp Fd 16 27 17.68 Concord 14.01 13.15 Cons Inv 10.50 18 00 Crown W 6 67 733 de Veeh 64 oo 66 oo Dels Fd 10 94 12 03 Diver Gr 13 41 14 70 Dtv Tr E 14.54 18 70 Drevfus 9.37 10.18 EVonBsl 21.59 23 09 EitonStk 20 61 22 03 Electron 4 86 5 31 14.7j Life Stk unavailable LoomSay 42.13 42.13 MANAG FIND Auto 533 Elect 2.50 Gen Ind 4.04 Metal 3.80 Paper 4.10 Petrol 3.32 Sped 2.90 Trans 3.20 Man Bond 7.17 Mass Tr 11.73 Mass Grt 10 59 MaosLlfe 37.90 Mut Inves 9 55 Mut Shrs 14.61 Mut rrust 3 44 NatWSec 18 46 Nut Inves 85 NAT SEC 8KB Bairn 10 41 11.38 Bond 1 37 Dvld 4 80 Pf Stk 123 Income 4 07 6.98 $55 8 SO Equity Unavailable Fidelity 13 06 16.28 Found Mut 788 g 57 6 61 stock 921 Orwth 4 57 New Ens- !0.?8 NY Capit SI. SO 10.07 7.18 21.92 Fnk Com 10 28 11 26 Frank Pf 6.67 7 31 Fund In '17.10 18 74 31.50 Gen Tnve 7.81 1.49 NCE Sh 903 Phila Fd 18 37 87 J.04 GROt'P SEC Auto 122 1010 Pine St 21.71 Pioneer 13 87 Puritan 1.60 Putnem 12.41 ScienNuc 11.71 22.00 Avlat 12.57 13 76 Bide 1 11 1 74 Cep Or I 58 9 40 Chem 11.87 13 00 1309 714 13 5! 12.73 Com St 11.81 12.61 ScutlCan 45 875 48.125 BcudSC 33 74 35.74 Sud Stk 1 77 2.77 fielee Am 10 01 10 8 Elect , 7.01 7 69 Food 5 76 4.32 Ful Ad 8 63 9 4? Oen Bd 7 94 170 IndMch 15.21 18 6i Shsrehld 12.01 SmlthEd 196 Sw Inveg 12.01 Soverlnv 12 62 state St 3173 Stein RP 28 94 Pterl Inv 11.21 Tele El 11.78 Templetn 21.75 Texas Fd 8 13 Tn Accu 11.40 1290 . 15 30 13 12 13 82 41 25 28 94 !!. 12 M 23 73 I 89 Inst Bd 147 183 Mining 1 11 to og Petrol 12.12 13 27 PR Bd 2 56 282 PR Eq 6 29 4 90 RR St 10 24 II :i2 Steel 19 56 21 0 Tobec 3 94 4 S3 TJtilit 154 36 Orth bid 15 62 16 09 Guardian 16 6! 17 12 avdock 25 04 25 04 Hudron 15 15 16 38 Inc Bost 10 77 11 77 Incorp Inc I 73 9 5 Incorpln 9 89 10.69 Instlt Bk 10 84 U 86 InstFoun 10 82 11 84 Inst Grh 11 48 12 M Instit Inc 7.10 7.77 tnatlrurur It 46 12 51 IntReiour 4 92 S 38 Inves Am .41 10.28 17 9 T7n Cont 0 47 TJnlncora 10.17 fn Srien 10 99 TTnFCCsn Id 23 Val Line o ValLlne S (r ValLSpl 267 VarSt T It 43 WallSt In 7 14 wh Mut 0 97 weriinet 1293 ""Mtehall 11 55 WWonMn 5 4! 9.26 11 0$ 12 01 17 S 6 78 IS 2 92 12 45 7 80 475 14 1?; 2 4a 185 for extremely severe hearing impairment only 150 . Special Taver leftists" la Frsfretsne lisna leuet II ts Bsavy-letk euerte SWENSS0N OPTICAL SERVICE 14 Cemmwrcs Ph. 31743 i Profeiftonal Crntrr PHONE 3-7194 587 t 1.76 441 f. 4.19 I" s City Starting LongWeehend For New Year Montgomery today will begin a ionj weekend of New Year activities which may boost the sale of aspirin in the city's ''rugstores. The festivities will include rounds of parties ushering in the Nevr Year of 1957. Outdoor sports will take the form of today's battle of the brawn between the Elus and Gray at Cramton Bowl. Civil service workers at local, county and state levels will fare best. They have been granted Monday -off. parlaying their second successive fcur-day weekend, into eiht days of leisure. But Uncle Sam was not as generous with his help. Federal employes will be on the job Monday, bresk'n? up their long weekend. They will, however, be off on T esday. Tie Post Office announced it will be in business as usual, in. eluding home deliveries. Most business establishments will be open on Monday but many stores and officss report they will operate with reduced forces. Stove Exnlosion KUls 5 Persons ST. MARYS. W. Va., Dec. 23 UP A 13-year old girl poured kerosene into a wood-burning kitchen stove early today to get the fire started. The kerosene exploded, killing the girl and burning to death four other members of the family trapped in the flaming house. Six others sleeping at the far end of the one-floor frame dwelling escaped. Dead were Layman Speece, 55; his wife, Dolly. 47. a daughter. Moabel, who was trying to start the fire, and two grandchildren, 1 and 2. Those who escaped were three other children, a daughter-in-law and one of her children, and a 15-year-old youth who lived with the Speeces. HEADS FOR HOME Clo Ann Wiegner, 17-year-o I d bride of an escapee from th California Mental Institution at N'apa, left Denver City Jail by plane for the home of her mother. Mrs. John Mowatt of Daly City, Calif. Both Clo Ann and her husband, Mike, were injured last week in a chase with Denver . police. They were transferred from Denver Genera! Hospital to the "ail where she was released to the custody of her mother. Mike still is being he'd. A Lasting Tribute Whether it be done in granite or marble, it should be designed carefully and made skillfully. MONTGOMERY MARBLE WORKS 2214 W. Pairvlei Dial 2.1354 7 ' r 3.53 . . .- , w ' 7.88 w ... .' " , 12.68 u ,t . f , . .-: 10.63 1 :

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