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2 Staifttton. Ya Services Goshen Baptist Organized 1820 The Rev. T. N, Tombes, pastor. Bible school, 10 classes for all ages and a welcome for all; worship, 11:15, topic: "Praising or Crucifying Jesus" Golden text: "What Shall I do then with Jesus, which Is called Christ? " Matt. 27:22. FishersviUe Baptist The Rev. H. Otis Mayhew. pas tor. Sunrise service, 6; Sunday school. 10; sermon, "The Easter Message", 11; TU, 6:10; sermon, "The Voyage of Life". 7:30, Miller Memorial Baptist , The Rev. Wm. W. Goforth, pastor. Worship, 9:45; Sunday school, 11; Bible study, Thursday, 7:30; choir rehearsal, Thursday, 8:15, Cralgsvffle Baptist The Rev. Wm. W. Goforth, pastor. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; BTU. 6:30: Bible study. Wed nesday, 7:30; choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 8:15. . Grace Baptist The Rev. 8. C. Bateman, pas tor. Sunday school, 10; worship service, ll; evangelistic service, 7:30; Bible study, 7. Laurel Bin Baptist The Rev. Clyde D. Sears, pastor, Sunday school, 10; worship, 11, -Victory: He Is Risen!"; BTU. 7; worship, 8, "The Phlliimian Jail er"; Wednesday, 8, prayer meet- tng. Rockingham Parish Lutheran The Rev. H. Belk Leonard, pastor. (Trinity) Sunrise service and Communion, 6:30; Sunday school, 10. (St. Paul's) Preaching service and Communion, 9:30: Sunday school, 10:30. (St Jacob's Bethany) Sunday school. 10; preaching . semoe ana communion, 11:15, ' St. Mark's Lutheran The Rev. A. J. Schenk, pastor. taster sunrise service, 8:30; Sunday school, 10:30; The Service and Holy Communion, 11:30: Luther league, 7:30; Women of the Church Friday, Social Hall, 7:30. St Peter's Lutheran : Tbe Rev. A. J. Schenk, pastor. The Service and Holy Communion, 9:30; Sunday school, 10:30. Pleasant View Lutheran Dr. T. G. Shuey, pastor. Wor- , ship. 11; Holy Communion: Sunday school, 10; Luther league, 7:30; Easter Sunrise service, 4:30 8 Awarding of Gold Cross. Mt Tabor Lutheran 1 The Rev. Otis Wm. Zirkle, pas tor. Sunrise service, o:so, the Rev. A. J. Schenk, speaker; Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; Holy Communion, 11; nursery available during the Sunday school hour and the service. Mt Olivet A Jerusalem Chapel UB The Rev. Carl V. Hinkle, pastor. (Mt. Olivet) Sunday school, 10; i worship, 11; Easter program, 7:- : 30; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45. (Jerusalem Chapel) Worship, 9:45; Sunday school, 10:45; CE, 7:30; prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:45. , ,. . Lebanon Church , of the Brethren The Rev, E. Russell Beahm, pastor. Church school, 10; worship, 11, "The Religion of Easter"; worship, 7:45, "The Seeking Savior"; Saturday, April 27, stewardship planning meeting at Barren Ridge Church, 7; Easter Sunrise service at Plsgih E. U. B. Church, 6:30. Pleasant Valley Chnrch of the Brethren The Rev. Samuel H. Flora Jr. pastor. Church school, 10; worship and sermon, "Life That Shall Endless Be", 11; groundbreaking for new church building, 12. Summit Church of the Brethren The Rev. Beverly A. Smith, pastor. Sunday school. 10; worship. the Rev. G. Wayne Click, guest minister, 11 "Jesus, The Christ" Barren Ridge Church of the Brethren Tbe Rev. H. Austin Cooper, pas tor. Sunday school, 10; worship, 10:50, "Tbe Easter Message", the Rev. Jacob P. Replogle. guest minister: worship, 7:30. "T h e Easter Afterglow". 7:30. the Rev. Mr. ! Replogle; children's Easter egg roll. Monday, l: CBYF meet-tag. Monday, 7:30; Women's Work meeting. Wednesday, 1:30: junior choir, Wednesday, 6:45; s n 1 e r choir, Wednesday, 7:30. Arbor Rill Chnrch of the Brethren The Rev. John C. Garber, pastor. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11, dedication of children; Baptismal service, 7; young people, 7:30. Middle River Chorea of tte Brethren The Rev. John W, Gosnell, pastor. Church school, 10; Worship, 11, by the pastor: Men's Wort meeting, Wednesday, April 14. Unitarian Chnrch of Waynesboro The Rev. David Mo. Keith Jr.. D D., pastor, Adult service and church school, ll. Nursery accom modationsPhone Waynesboro S- 8752. SiokesvlUe Community Tbe Rev. Cart V, Kinkje. speak er. Sunday school, 1; worship, I Mt Crawford Charge Evangelical and Reformed The Rev. R. C, Meissner. pas tor. si. ram i) Holy communion, 9; Church school, 10. (St An drew's) Community Easter Snarls service, 8; Church school, 9; Holy Communion, 10. (Trinity) Community Easter service at Methodist church, 7:39: Church school, 10; Holy Communion, 11:- ft John's EvaageBeal and Warmed Tt George P. Zacu P&s News-Leader, Sat, April 20, 1957 In Augusta I tor. Sunrise service. 6; breakfast, 7: Church school. 10: trnrshfn nd Communion, 11, "Removing the Stone"; YP, 7:30; Women's Guild, Tuesday, 7:30. Emmanuel Chapel Mr. McNeil, lay reader. Morning prayer and sermon, 9:30; Church school, 10:30. Deertleld Advent Christian The Rev. George B. Saunders, pastor. Sunday school, 10; worship. 11; evening service, 7:30; prayer service and Blblestudy, each Wednesday, 7:30. Greenville Full Go pel The Rev. W. Wilson. , pastor Sunday school, 10:30; worship, 11:- 30; YPS, 7; worship. 7:45: Sunrise service, 5; prayer and Bible study. Wednesday, 7:30. Lynslde Mennonite The Rev. Silas W. Brydge. pas tor. Sunday school, 10; worship. 11; young people's Bible study. first Sunday, 7; congregational singing, third and fifth Sundays 7; sermon by pastor, second and fourth Sundays. 7; every Tuesday, 7:30, Bible study; cottage meet ings, every Friday, 7:30. ChrhUlan Science Seclef; (Waynesboro) Sunday school, 9:30; Service in cluding lesson sermon, 11; test! monies of healing, Wednesday evenings, 8. Church of the Good Shepherd Mr. Taylor, lay reader. Church school, 9:45; morning prayer and sermon, 11. Augusta Charge E. U, B. The Rev. E. B. Caplinger. pas- tor. (Mt. Pisirah) Union ffastor Sunrise service, 6 :30, the Rev. E Russell Beahm. speaker: Sunday school, 10; YF, 7:15; choir prac tice, 8: prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30. (Union Chapel) Worship and Communion, 10; Sunday school, 11. (Pleasant Grove) Sunday school 10; worship and Communion, 11. (Belmont) Sunday school, 9:45; evening worship, 7:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30. Verona E. U. B. The Rev. Charles B. Weber," pas tor. Sunrise service, 5:15 on Link's Hill; Sunday school. 10; worship, 11 reception of members; wor ship, 7:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30; adult choir, 8:15. Churchvllle Charge E. U. B. The Rev. C. W. Tinsman, pas tor. (Mount Zion) Sunday school, 10; worship and Christening serv ice. 11: Easter, program given by the young people, 7:45. (Gloss- brenner Memorial) Sunday school 11; CE, 7:15; worship and Christ ening service, 10; local conference, Wednesday, 8. (Mountain View) Sunday school, 2; worship and Christening service, 3. (Bethlehem) Sunday school. 7:15. (Mc-Kinley) Revival services close with evening service. 7:30, Dr. Floyd L. Fulk, conference super intendent preaching. Walker's Creek E. U. B. The Rev. John R. Sawyer, pas tor. Sunday school, S; worship, 1:45. Crlmora Methodist The Rev. M. H. Barton, pastor, Worship, 10; Church school, 11. Mount Solon Charge Methodist The Rev. James G. Brumfield, pastor. (Sangervllle) Sunday school, 10. (Mount Solon) Sunday school, 10. (Centerville) Worship, Holy Communion, 10: Sunday school. 11. (Parnassus) Sunday school. 10; worship, Holy Commun ion, 11. JoIUvue Methodist The Rev. Don Flynn, pastor, Church school, 10; worship. 11; MYF at St. Stephen's, 7; Junior fellowship, 7; MYF council meeting, Monday, 7; Bible study, Tues day, 7:30; choir practice, Tuesday, 8:30; District WSCS meeting at Central Methodist Church, Thurs day, 10. FIshersvDle Methodist The Rev.- J. Lee Marker, pas tor. Sunrise service at Baptist Church, 6; Church school, 9:45; Easter service, "The End Is the Beginning", Easter anthem by the choir, 11; pageant by the yonng people, "The Knight of the Holy Grail , special music, 7:30. West View Methodist The Rev. R. H. Lawrence, pastor. Sunday school, 11; worship, 9:45; prayer meeting, Thursday, 7;y Calvary Methodist The Rev. R. Bowen Moore, pas tor. Church school, 10; sermon, "The Assurance of life", 11; MYF 7; sermon, "The Double Victory". 7:30. New Hope Methodist The Rev. M. H. Barton, pastor Church school, 10; worship, 11:15; MYF, 7:30. Harrlsion Methodist The Rev. M. H. Barton, pastor. worship, 9; Church school. 10, Meant Crawford Charge Methodist The Rev. Edward H. Kyle, pastor. Sermon topic: "The Easter Miracle." (Mount Crawford) Won ship, 9:1!; Church school, 10:15 (Bethany) worship. 10:15: Church school. 9:15. (Mount Sidney) Wor ship, 11:15; Church school, 10:15 Ft James Methodist The Rev. John W. Shackford, pastor. Sunrise Easter services, 5 15; worship, 11:15; Church school, 10. West AagosU Methodist The Rev. John w. Shackford, pastor. Cant school. 101 prsaob- IC: Service Slated At St. Paul's A special Easter vesper service will be presented by the five choirs of St Paul's Evangelical united Brethren Church on Sun day afternoon, April 21, 1957, at 5 pjn. This service will be under the direction of Mrs. Warner W. Talley Jr, and will be held by candlelight Special organ music will be presented by Mrs. Mark Lewis and. approximately 200 persons will be singing in the combined choirs The- service -is as follows Organ Prelude, Easter Morning on Mt Rubldoux, Gaul, Candlelight Processional, Christ the Lord Is Risen Today. Davi dica. Combined Choirs, Christ Arose, Lowry. Junior Choir, Easter Rope, Balson; The Lilies of Easter, Fuller-Lewis. The Adult Choir, Christ Among the Lilies, William; Soloist Mrs. W. L, Detamore. The Nursery Choir, Echoes of Easter, Traditional. Organ Meditation, Gethsemane, Mailing. The Children's Choir, Al leulial," Lewis . Puller; Every Year at Easter Time, Sullivan; Easter Song, Lewis-Fuller. The Youth Choir, Who Crucif ied My Lord. Belcher: Allelullal Christ Is Risen, Kopolyoff; (A Russian Easter Hymn). Offertory, All Glory to the Lamb That Died, Bpohr. "orta-from Twelfth Mass, Mozart Benediction, the Rev. John R. Sawyer. Choral Postlude. Christ the Lord Is Risen Today, Davldica. 3rd Presbyterian Plans Easter Music Program - On Sunday evening the cholri ",",: yrian;aiureh m. Present Program of sacred of the Third Presbyterian' Church Easter music at 7:30. Rev Hon ker will be guest reader of Easter poetry. beiecttons to be used by the Adult Choir are: All Hall Emmanuel," "Day of Resurrection nere is a Green Hill Far Away," "In The Garden," "Early Dawn," "All In The April Evening," "The Old Rugged Cross," "All The Way To Calvary. "He Lives." "Hallelujah. Christ la Risen- . The Junior Choir will sing Christ Arose," and "Earth Tell It Out Abroad." Soloists will be Mack Robertson and James Wade, guest Mrs. A. F. Haney and Chas. vawossen wm render a duet The public is Invited to attend. - -o EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE AT BUFFALO GAP A special Easter service will be held by the Buffalo Gap congregation Sunday morning, April 21 at 11 o'clock. Sunday School will be held at 10 a. m. and the spec ial service wm be at the morning worship hour. All the people of the community are Invited to attend the special morning service, and also the evening special service at 7:30. See Easter Church Story Page 4 lng service, 7:30. Swoope Presbyterian The Rev. Raymond F. Kepler, pastor. Sunday school. I; worship, 3 Communion service. Shemariah Presbyterian Robert Hyatt student pastor. Sunday school. 10; worship and Communion services by the Rev. G. L. Brown, 11. Bethel Presbyterian Thomas M. Pinner Jr, student pastor. Sunday school. 10; worship, "The Assurance of Our Faith", ll; YF. "Christ Lives Through Me", 7:30; Men of the Church supper meeting, Wednes day, 7:30. Churchville Presbyterian The Rev. Frank L. Goodman, pastor. (Union) Easter service, 10; Sunday school, 11:10. (Loch Willow) Sunday school. 10:15: Easter service, 11:30; youth meet ing, 6:30. (Buffalo Gap) Special service. 7:30. (Zetta Chapel) Youth program, 7; Sunday school, 7:30; worship, "Tbe Meaning Of East er", by Elder E. E. May. Spring BUI Presbyterian Sunday school, 10; worship, 11, sermon by Dr. William. O. WU loughby; evangelistic services each evening except Saturday song service, 7:45, message by the Rev. Freeman B. Parker, 8: public invited. Buffalo Gap Presbyterian The Rev. W. H. Zlgler, supply pastor. Sunday school, 10; special Easter program, 11; special or dination and Installation service, and the Communion service, 7:30 Mt Horeb Presbyterian The Rev. H. Ruffner Lowman Jr., pastor. 6unday school, 10; worship, ll : Men of the Church, Thursday, 7. Hebron Presbyterian The Rev. Raymond F. Kepler. pastor. Sunday school, 10; session, 10:30: worship. 11. "If Christ Be Not Risen", reception of new members, Holy Communion; choir 6; YF Sunrise service at Thorn- rose with breakfast at church, regular meeting, 7; Men's Fellowship supper, Wednesday. 7:30; Cui Scouts and Brownies, Wednesday. 4; Boy Scouts, Friday, 7:-i 10: Union Seminary Team visits YF Saturday, covered dish sup per SUM WiffWflMgi Services I11 Staunton St. Francis of Assisi Catholic I Father James H. McConnell.j pastor. Sunday Masses at 7, 9, 11 1 a.m. Children's Mass at 9 a. m.. followed by Benediction; High Mass at ll ajn.; Mass every week day at 6:30, Saturday morning In Jhe Convent Chapel; Novena Fri day afternoon at 2:30, Miraculous Medal Novena with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament: Confes sions every Saturday 4:30 to 5:- 30 p. m. 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.. First Fridays Masses at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.. Confessions the previous evening 4:30-5 and 7:30-8. Christ Evangelical Lut&eraa JThe Rev-X)onald-RStonesifer, pastor. Holy Communion, 7:30; Church school Easter program, 9:80; The Festival service, 11; Service ofinfant Baptism,- 2:30. ,- Church of the Brethren The Rev. Roy K. Miller, pastor. Church school, 10; worship, "The Effects of Christ's Resurrection", 11; no evening worship service; Boy Scouts meet, Tuesday, 7:30; chancel and youth choirs, Wednesday, 7; adult choir, Wednesday, 7:30. Calvary Chapel The Rev. Charles L. Smith, acting pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, sermon by Charles L. Smith, 11. Bursqnnre Got pel The Rev. Halton D. Starr, pas tor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; defender meeting, 7; youth services, 7; evangelistic service, 7:45, Evangelist Virginia Buster. of Emmett, Idaho, will conduct the service; prayer service, Wednes day, 7:45. Church of God The Rev. H. L. Williams, pas tor, Sunday school, 10; worship. ll; evangelistic service, 7:30; pray er meeting, Tuesday, 7:30; prayer, Wednesday, 7:30. First Church of God In Christ The Rev. Melvin E. Clark, pastor. Easter Sunrise service, 5:30: Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11:- 30; young people's service. 6:45; Pentecostal service, 8; prayer and Bible band, Tuesday, 8; community youth hour, Wednesday. 7:30; the Upper Room prayer service, Friday, 8. Jehovah's Witnesses Group Witnessing, 9:30; public Bible lecture, "How Important is Life to You?", 6; study, "Love Builds Up". 7:15; study. "T h e Universal War of Armogeddon Breaks Out", Wednesday, 8; The ocratic Ministry school and serv ice meeting, Friday. 7:30. Allen Chapel A, M. E. The Rev. S. W. William Jr.. pas tor. Sunday school, 9:30; Easter program, 11; the Rev. James H, Scott and his choir will render services for the benefit of Women's Day, Mrs. Florence Smith Chairman, 8. Church of the Nazarene The Rev. E. M. Fox, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; worship, 10:-55; young people, 6:45; evening servlceL7:30 prayer service,JWed-nesday, .7:30: choir rehearsal. Wednesday, 8:30; Girls' Caravan, Friday, 3:30; Boys' Caravan, Friday, 7:30. Emmanuel Episcopal The Rev. J, Lewis Gibbs, DD., rector. Holy Communion, 7:30; children's service and presentation of mite boxes, 10; nursery for small children. 10:45; festival service and Holy Communion, 11 sermon. "Experiencing Tne insurrection"; no evening service. Trinity Episcopal The Rev. W. Carroll Brooke, rec tor. Holy Communion, 7:30 and 8:30; children's Easter service mite-boxes and Flower Cross, choir 9:30; Holy Communion and Easter Festival aervice. 11 all offerings for the Diocesan Builders-for-Christ funds; Episcopal Hour broadcast, The Resurrection: Tact, Moae and Meaning" by the Rev. Samuel M. Shoemaker, DD., Calvary Church. Pittsburgh, J:30; no meet-lnglng of young churchmen. Young Churchmen meet in front of parish house, Junior young people Invited, Monday, 10. Ebeneter Baptist The Rev. James H. Scott Jr., pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; wor ship, "Gethsemane To Calvary", by senior choir, ll; pastor, choir and congregation will worship at Allen's Chapel A. M. E. Church, 8; senior choir rehearsal, Tuesday, I. First Baptist The Rev. R. C. Paulette, pastor, the Rev. Charles L. Smith, assistant to the pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; Bible class for the Deaf. 11 1 worship, "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears", 11; BTU and the Children's hour, 6:30; worship, musical program presented by the choirs, 7:30. Linden Heights Baptist The Rev, L. H. Dawson, pastor. 8unday school, 9:45; worship. 11, "Triumph of the Crow"; BTU, 7; worship, 8, "Death and Life With Christ"; officers and teachers meeting, Wednesday, 7; prayer service, 8. ATTEND SUNDAY SCHOOL TOMORROW First Baptist Sunday School WEST FREDERICK AT ST. CLAIR PC Mt. Salem Baptist The Rev. Timothy Green, pastor, Sunday school, 9:30; Sunday school Easter program. 3; evening service, 5; choir practice (Junior), Thursday. Westside Baptist The Rev. 8. B. Whitfield, pastor. Sunday school, 10, lesson in 15th chapter of Mark's Gospel; worship. 11, "The Meaning of Easter music; prayer band, 7:30; evangelistic service, 7:45, congregational singing, "Things You Will Not Find In Hell"; Wednesday. 7:-15, teacher's meeting; Wednesday, 7:45, midweek prayer service; Friday.7Sundayjchool visitation program. Church located corner Grubert Ave. and Hickory St. Beverley Street Methodist Tbe Rev. W. G. Bates Jr., pas tor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; mxf, b:45; worship, 7:30. St. Stephen's Methodist The Rev. Don Flynn. pastor. worship, a;45; Church school, 10; 45; MYF, 7: Junior fellowship, meeting at Jollivue, 7; MYF council meeting, Monday, 7; choir practice, Wednesday, 6:30; District WSCS meeting at Central Methodist Church, Thursday, 10. St. John's Methodist The Rev. Fletcher W. Swlnk, pastor. Worship, 8:45; Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; MYF, 7. Stonewall Methodist Tbe Rev. R. H. Lawrence, pas tor. Sunday school, 10: worship. 11; MYF, 6:45; worship. 7:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday. 7:30. Marquis Memorial Methodist The Rev. E. C. Day. pastor. Worship, 9 and 11; Sunday school, 9:45; MYF. 6:45; cantata "The Resurrection Morn", by the choir, 7:30; prayer and praise service, Wednesday, 7:15: choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30. Augusta Street Methodist The Rev, Herbert A. Green, pastor. Church school, 9:45; worship, "A New - Born Hope".- Ui- dult Bible class. 1; MYF, 6; annual Easter Cantata, "The Cross of Redemption", by Edward W. Norman rendition by the senior choir with Professor Arthur R. Ware, as director, 7:30. Central Methodist Dr. Thomas F. Carroll, D. D., PhD., pastor. Church school, classes for all ages, 9:30; worship and sermon by the pastor, "Resurrection and Reality", 11: commission of missions will meet at church, Monday. April 22, 7:30; commission on education will meet at the church, Tuesday, April m, o; mc men's club will meet at the church Thursday, April 25, 6:30. St. Paul's E. U. B. The Rev. John R. Sawyer, pastor. Prayer band in pastor's study, 8:30; Sunday school9; worship, 10; (Note: Christian Endeavor services usually held at 6:30 and the evening worship at 7:30 have been cancelled due to the Easter Vesper service, wmcn wiu De new at 5 p. m.: prayer service, Wednesday. 7:30. Second Presbyterian fhm tjv r. L. St. Clair, pas tor. Sunday school. 8:30; worship, T.ivinir Hnne". 11: worsmy, ic- ligious movie, "Tne iime n EternitrVTOOri uesoay-muu - . day, intensive Bible study groups fnv U7nmn prrmhasizing Christian Citizenship as based on the Prophets; Wednesday, 6:30. family night supper and program;-Thursday, 7:30, choir rehearsal. Third iTesnyienan t. t?pv Harrv L. Price, pas tor. Sunday school, 9:45: worship, 11, "Christ Is Risenl" also reception of members and baptism of Infants: YF. 6:30; worship, 7 v) "Racred Music Concert by Adult and junior wnoirs . weuiieo- day, 7:30, prayer service; Wednesday, 8:15, choir practice; Saturday. 7, Cub Pack meeting. Betar Bell Presbyterian Chapel The Rev. Harry L. Price, pastor. Worship, 9:45, "Christ Is Ris en!"; Sunday school, 10:30; young people, 7. Olivet Presbyterian The Rev. Freeman B. Parker, pastor. Worship, 10, "He Is Herel": Sunday school, 11; second session for Juniors, 6:30; YF vesper service, 6:30; evening worship. 7:30: program of Easter music by the choir. First Presbyterian Dr. Richard R. Potter, pastor Sunday echool, 9:80; worehlp, "The King of Glory", 11; Ham-mond Chapel, 3; senior high fel lowship, 3; pioneer fellowship, 7; family night supper, Wednesday, 6:30; prayer servtce, Wednesday, T:30, Calvary Assembly of God Tbe Rev. Charles Cookman. pastor. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; Christ's ambassadors, 7; evan ra.7.l3G Chnrch of Christ at Harrison- burg meets each Sunday at 10, 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., Thurs days at 7:30 p.m. 14 Graham Si, Just off Conrtaoase Square. Ne mechanical Instruments of mnsle are need. Christiana In Staunton area nrg ed to worship with n. For del a tin eall Harrisonburg 44796. eelistic. 7:45r habDy hour for the children, Wednesday, 7; Bible dy, Wednesday, 8. Emmanuel Pilgrim The Rev. D. E. Babcock, pastor. Union Sunrise service, Thornrose Cemetery, 6; Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; children, youth and el,1t,Klth Davenport; services, adults. 6:45; evening service. 7:30;raturday' 7:3U- . , . midweek service, prayer and praise, Wednesday, 7:30 choir rehearsal following; cottage prayer meeting as announced, Friday, Chnrch of Christ Christian- Evangelist Harvey C. Bream, minister. Bible school, 9:30; wor- jsh'P and the Lord'a Supper. 10:. 1941 RYAN'S 1957 Radio & T. V. Service OUR POLICY Exnert workmanshio Finest replacement sr - parts Courteous service Fair prices DRIVE-IN SERVICE 107 West Johnson Street Dial 5-9612 We Give Top Value Stamps MEN'S BIBLE CLASS TOMORROW 9:80 A. M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH "God's Greatest Creation" Dr. Brice. teacher. broffiflft, hy rpqupaf novt Sunday 8 Regular Morning Service 11:00 A.M. "The King of Glory" is the subject chosen by Dr. Richard R. Potter, pastor. r- SUNRISE EASTER SERVICE PLEASANT VIEW LUTHERAN CHURCH . Conducted by Dr. Theodore G. Shuey -At 4:30 A.M. Easter Sunday Free Coffee and Dcjughnuts at 4: 1 5 A.M. Bugler Will Announce Dawn SPECIAL MUSIC SUNDAY TV 6:00 (7R-12 MY FRIEND FUCKA, an exciting adventure eerlea oMoyhisfamllyand hlaJiorsestarrtngJeneyaniLAnita Louise and Johnny Waghbrook. "The Unmasking" Ken and Fltcka befriend a horse thief who has never known trust, a spinster seamstress with a well-filled hope chest and two horses trapped in a cave. : SO -(7R-9-12) AIR POWER "The Cold - Decade Korea - Stalemate" Walter C. Cronkite as narrator. The first-head-on class between American and Russian Jet fighter aircraft, the North American F-86 "Sabrejet" and the Soviet MIO. (8-10) ROY ROGERS SHQW Rogers stars with Dale Evans. Roy and Dale capture three killers with the aid of a fur Trapper's two children. 7:00 (7R-8-1J) LASSIE Starring my Rettig, Jan Clayton and Jeff, Porky and Lassie face pigeons hatch a nest of fledglings in Gramps' mower just as the machine Is needed to cut the alfalfa crop. (8-8-10) THE 77TH BENGAL LANCERS "The Pawn" Stars Phil Carey and Warren Stevens, Rhodes and Storm are assigned to get the nine-year-old nephew (Paul Playdon) of the Maharajah of Ranlgunj (Larry fore be is murdered by a jealous older cousin (Edward Ahsley) repeat. (7W) YOU ASKEDTOR IT Art Baker host-emcee. Featured will be; an exhibition of platter juggling by a German per former, and a sequence with cnristt, Texas a teacher who writes upside down and backwards with both hands and feet; Bob Lemon. 7:30 (3-7R-9-12) JACK BENNY SHOW-Guest: Dorothy KlrsUn, operatic soprano. (8-10) CIRCUS BOY Stars Mickey Braddock. "Cub Reporter" Corky learns the importance of a free press and an honest candidate for mayor is supported when Corky becomes a cub reporter while the circus is in 6-7W-13) HOLLYWOOD FILM Astaire, Ginger Rogers. Story meets a lovely American tourist, in London and Immediately rails m love with her. Unfortunatery, through a natural mistake, comes to believe dancing star friend. 8:00 (3-7R-9-12) ED SULLIVAN orchestra. Guest: Don Murray, ana uaie uoroon, Marion Axariowe, and Mitzl Green, actress Also to be guest will be Charlotte Rae, comedienne; The Fredi- ans, balancing act; and Chester Gould, cartoonist; Donald o Connor and Buster Keaton. 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