Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 29
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 29

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 29
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> AT CENTRAL BAPTIST — One of four ensembles representing Bob Jones * University on tours throughout the country this summer will present a program of sacred music at Central Baptist Church Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. The ensemble Will present special arrangements of familiar hymns and sacred classics. Members of the group are Miss Kay Cornell, soprano; Miss Angela Dominick, * mezzo-soprano; Andy Taylor, tenor; Don Zimmerman, baritone; and Mac Lyn» ch, pianist. Tom Coffman, who received the bachelor of arts degree in Bible in 1973, will bring a short gospel message. Rev. Waterman To Preach ",What Is Your Response To The Savior's Invitation?" based on Acts 17:32f„ wilt be the Rev. Gordon L. Waterman's sermon topic for the 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. worship services at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, East Highway 98 Bypass in Parker. In the 10:15 a.m. service the lower grades of the Vacation Bible School will sing "Jesus Loves Me, This I Know" for the anthem. Vicar Richard L. Arhdt and the Rev. Henry F. Meyer will assist as llturgists. A nursery is provided for the 10:15 a.m. service for children under three. The Sunday School and Bible .Classes meet each Sunday at 9 a.m. Visitors are always welcome. If transportation is needed, one may call the church office at 785-6311. On Sunday afternoon the Lutheran Youth League of Good Shepherd will host a picnic at Shell Island for the newly confirmed youth of the congregation. Vicar Richard Arndt will lead the young people In the Bible Study and Devotions. The youth will leave from the church at 1:30 p.m. Holds Revival Dalkeith Baptist Church will hold revival services June 23-28 at 7 p.m. The Rev. Tom Collins, Carrollton, Ala., will be the featured speaker. He will meet with children from pre-school up through the sixth grade daily at 6:30 p.m. The pastor, the Rev. Tommy White, said the first service will begin Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and will be followed by dinner on the church grounds^ On Monday at 6:30 p.m. Good Shepherd's Boy Scout Troop 345 meets at Good Shepherd, and on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. the evangelism committee will have its monthly meeting to plan the evangelism work for thesummer. Good Shepherd Lutheran School Is continuing to take registrations for the Fall of 1974 David Singers To Be Heard Performing on the beach near the county pier nightly are the David Players and Singers, portraying the Biblical story of David and Goliath. The group is composed of Tommy Shields, Pete Battaglla, Bill Ward, Hugh Webb and Ron Mashburn. The group will be singing at First United Methodist Church Sunday at the 7:00 p.m. service, the Rev. Charles Simmons' sermon subject will be "The Life Building Presence Of Christ". At the 8:30 and 11:00a.m. services "Courage To Overcome" will be the sermon subject of the Rev. Si Mathison. Special music at 8:30 will be a vocal solo by Miss Lisa Coggin. At 11:00, in addition to the chancel choir presentation. Mrs. Ted Daniel will sing "For The Mountains Shall Depart''. Service Slated The Rev. Forrest Gregg will preach on "The Spirit Filled Life" today at Mexico Beach. Attendance was good last Sunday. GOING TO SWITZERLAND - Panama City trust Church of the Nazarene has announced that Garry Langford, Kevin Moland and Larry Floyd are three of more than 2,000 Nazarene teen-agers from around the world to be chosen to attend World Youth Conference at Fiesch, Switzerland, in June, 1974. YOUR MONEY WILL EARN 14°/< WHY FIRST MORTGAGES PROVIDE 1. 14% Annual Return 2. Monthly Payment 3. Short Torm Investment 4. Fint Mortgages on South Florida Real {state 5. Corporate Promissory Note From Publicly Held Corp. O SEULl FOR LESS' TWO PROGRAMS AVAILABLE 1. INTEREST ONLY $5,000 investment provides you 48 monthly Interest payments of $58.33-INVESTMENT RETURNED WITH LAST PAYMENT. 2. SELF AMORTIZING $5,000 investment provides you 72 monthly payments of $103.03. NO SAltS CHABGf ' KOklOA RlSIUtNISONir ( All WW Iff DM ( OMf IN K)» fUll Ot 'All', MMl THIS COUPON FfNANCIM RESOURCES CORP. HI R HONDA NATIONAL IAN* JACK SON VIIII KOtlOA t04.)»«<ltM NAME ..' [ ADDRESS..... I CITY i I STATE PHONE NUMBER in 4- and 5-year old kindergarten through grade 6. Registration forms and additional information may be obtained by calling 785-6311 or 769-3772. Good Shepherd also invites the members of the community to listen to The Lutheran Hour each Sunday afternoon at 12:35 p.m. over WSCM (1290) Radio. On June 23, Dr. Oswald Hoffmann, Lutheran Hour speaker, speaks on "A Season To Believe In Jesus The Savior." Elesa Straley On Program All are invited to hear Mrs. Elesa Straley, representing the home mission board in the area of the Christian Service Corps. She resides in Florida. This ministry provides opportunities for men and women to be involved in Mission Service on a voluntary basis. Mrs. Straley is qualified in the area of music and has composed a number of pieces of sheet music. These have been published, and contain religious and patriotic themes. Two presentations will be shared with this area: First Baptist Church of Panama City, June 25, 9:00 a.m., W.M.U. Meeting; 7:00 p.m.. missionary emphasis. Dr. James K. Solomon is director of missions and Mrs. Abble Bearden, associational W.M.U. director. Chancellors Plan Concert The "Chancellors" will be in concert at the First Free Will Baptist Church Wednesday beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Chancellors have shared the stage in concert with nationally known groups such as LeFevers and Statesmen, across the United States. From St. Louis, Mo., they 1 travel extensively across the country, singing songs such as "I've Come Too Far to Look Back", "His Hand", "Come Along With Me" and others. There will be no charge and people from other churches are cordially invited. The church is located at 1548 i Mulberry Avenue. New Hope Sets Bible School ^Vacation Bible school will begin Monday from 9 a.m. to noon at New Hope Baptist church. It will run through July 5. Registration will be $1 per person. Classes will be for primary through teens. The annual revival meeting will convene July 8-12 with the Rev. Mr. McGrlff as guest pastor. New Hope Is located at 1401 Iowa Avenue, Lynn Haven. NEwS'HKRAliD, Panama City, Flu., Sunday, June 23, lift I ^JMfftti. GETS SCHOLARSHIP Doretha Watkins, a recent graduate of Bay County High School, was presented a scholarship from Greater Bethel A.M.E.- Church. The Rev. F.C. Griffin made the presentation. FOOD STORES FRIENDLIEST ST0RFS IN TOWN opo-atod b Y SUNSHINE - JR STORES INC. PRICtS IN THIS AD GOOD THRU 6-25-74 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED St ME LOCATIONS 1-HWY. 231 a AIR PORT RD. i 2-MILLVIMi-f. BUS. HWY. 98 3- ST. 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