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% ■ THE WACO (TEXAS) NEWS-TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER B. 1!M«~ -PAGB FTV! Sunday Church Services Zi n Evsngettfal and Reformed; C. W f: pai»t'>r. Sixteenth Sunday after T •' Worldwide ('oinmui)ton Sun* (i h |..«crvtt|. Church school, 9 45 a ♦ • ¡k»*j % icr,« at 10 4f* a m and 7;4f» j. subject*. "The Savior ’ and "1 "ikr Thcp." Cfhhration <»f the b Supper in both nervier*. Teachers« ar,d <-ffie<rra inert Monday, 7:30 p. n Chotr rfhesrnai Wednesday, 7 30 Good-Will worker» Thursday, P tn. Confirmation class Satur- P 30 a nv ♦ « ♦ •t M#thodi*t pastor, r, Weldon n Sunda> wcnool, 9 ;o a in.; ken I#on V da: 'S ut h Fellow#htp ajiii a<iult vespe!» Warn Tahernacle (trlnlty-non-de- nouiinat tonal); II. Edward Smith, pastor. Sunday school. 9:45 a. in.; services at 11 a. in. and 7 45 p. m.. jfut*st speaker. Mrs. A. 7.. Fuller of Cam- cron at 7 45 service. Christian Warriors, 6 45 p. in. Mid-week tfrayct service Wednesday. 7:45 p. m. I'reaeh- itiK Thursday. 7:45 p. m. Station WACO Monday through Friday, 4:30 p. m. ♦ ♦ ♦ m First Free Will Baptist; Clarenco J. Hearron. pastor. Sunday school. 9:45 a. in.; services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. subjects. “Confession of Sins" and "Love.” Prayer and praise serv- •na< k and worship | ice Wednesday, 7 :30 p. m. The sec* ond ordinances of the I#ord’s Supper and the washing of the. saints’ feet w'ill he observed Sunday night after the sermon. ♦ ♦ ♦ St 6 t servier* Mid-week servie«- Wednes,<-¡\ 7 :o j. in ’ Murning Inspira­ li r,ai¡*> 10 HQ h n» . over KWTX. A :uit ch<>ir rehearsal Wednesdsy, 8 30 y, n Youth < hoir rehearsal Thurs«SN 7 *0 p m. Board of stewards jr.*< t Thursday. 7 30 p m. ♦ ♦ ♦ Primitive Baptist Elder Fred Janr- *h\. paster. Sunday services at 11 m V »Uh W S Blsrk«hear of Austin a* guest speaker ❖ ♦ ♦ B' ■•ok Avenue Bsputlst; pastor. Boy I Sr.ith Sunday school. 9 30 a in , a. r\ if at 1<> .'»0 a m ami 8 p in., sub-* < t». Wh»! 1» That in Thine iia? ; ar-d Faring Clui*tTrain- l* r union 7 I* m. Teachers and of- fu * rs meet Wednesday. 7 30 p. m., f lit wed bv prayer services at 815. « « ❖ Salvation Army. Fourth and Webster Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; holiness meeting, 11 a in.; Young Peo- pi. s L> ;-.■ !.. 6 15 p. m ; prayer serv- lc«. Colorful Life Of Retired Sailor Of Fortune Is Ended 78-Year-Old Veteran Sea- reer at Sea When 15, Dies at Fort Worth Confession Is Good For Soul But Docs Not Clear Up Charges, Texan Finds HOUSTON, Oct. 4—UP—A slender 27-yenr-old man who walked into the police station and admitted robbing a liquor store knew today that confession may be good ^ for the soul but it won’t clear man, Who Began Ca- ! charges. w Mrs. Meyer Zuber, liquor store clerk who was robbed by the man Saturday night, confirmed his tale of the robbery but said she was in no mood to forgive and forget. Police said the man who claimed he��d been una"ble to sleep since the $45 robbery "will have to take his punishment.” 30 P na! t T u.g Iv a' *- j li . salvation meeting, Speakers. Major ami Mrs Ber- Morris public relations officers j at < of T« xas ❖ ♦ ♦ Stieet Baptist; pastor. Sam! Sunday nool. 9 45 a. m . | I* at 11 a in and h p m ; C union. 7 p. in. Mid-we« i. I -#-r\i<e Wednesday. 7 30 p. m M V Monday. 3 p. ni. <i A and K a M' nda> 4 p. m ; Intermediate r, A Mondsy. 7 p. m. Y. W. A y, n . 7 30 J> m ♦ ♦ ♦ H rrow Avenue Assembly of Cod; J 1 S’ Cai w alder, pastor Station KWTX, 7 45 a m.; Sunday school, g 4 ’, a fi» services at 11 a 111 . and - * j, Christ s Ambassador». 6:45 j n Young peoples service Tues- tìa> 7 45 p. ni Prayer sendee Wed- tiesdsy 7 45 p Bibb study Friday, m Austin ave- ♦ ♦ ♦ Sunshine Mission. 324 ruf Joe Dana, pastor. Sunday school, 30 a ni Services at 11 a. m. and < :4.i j m Thursday evening services at 7 45 o’clock. ♦ ♦ ♦ Robinson Presbytei ian. Sunday VF -I, 10 a m.. and preaching by I»r C T Caldwell st 11 a m. * ❖ ♦ Fft’h Tabernacle Sunday school, f 4' a *n K<\ William Burton Mc- Caffertv. dean of Bible at Southwestern Bible college of Waxahachie. will b* th* speaker st 11 a. m. Christ s Ambassadors, 6 30 p m ; evnagellstic servue 7 30 p m ; Bible study Tuesday, 7 30 p. m ♦ ♦ ♦ Calvary Baptist; A. J. Holt, pastor. Pun day school, 9 45 a. m.; acrvtc*s St 10 55 a m and 8 p m , wUhDr. Georg« Humphrey, head of the Bible «apartment of Baylor university, S;>eak»r k Rt both sen ices. 1 rayer meeting Wednesday, ft p. m. ♦ ♦ ♦ Central ChriBtian. World Communion and Balh* d«v. Morning sermon »ub- y ,? «♦ 10 45. "The Lord s Supper.* V.'e’ n c sermon subject, at 7, The E os of the Master ♦ ♦ ♦ Highland Baptint V. M. Cloyd. pastor Sunday school, 9 30 a tn.; sen* 1 # p «* 10 45 m m. and 7:30 p. m , »¡lh Kvar.gellst ('.raves Parby brlng- Inc both messages Training untQn. H if, p m The revi\al services are to i ‘ ntlnue e*rh day exeej>t Monday as d Saturdsv st U a m. and each evening at 7.30 ♦ ♦ ♦ Elm Mott Baptist. II. D. Psck past • Sundav school, 10 s. m.; Training union, 7 p. in.; worship »ervices at 11 a m. and S p. m . with subjects. •"Consecrated for Tomorrow" and * Abiding in Christ.” W. M. V , 3 p. rti M-'tidsv. Community choir. 7:30 p. m Tuesday Prayer meeting, 7:30 p m Wednesday. Brotherhood Sun- rav night at 7. A Promotion day pro- g-a*» will ha presented by the Junior department. ♦ ♦ ♦ First Baptist Dr M B Fergeson. pastor ad interim. The youth revival » ho h ha* been in progress «luring the past *erk will close Sunday evening, *• which sendee Charles Wellborn, at present pursuing work towards his master s decree at Baylor, will preach. Sunday morning, Balph Langley, Bav- ]■ r graduate and former president of the B S 17., will be in the pulpit. Ed N’eJs tt of the church staff will lead the music. ♦ ♦ ♦ Fsrst Church of the Nazarene: J. M Anderson, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 s m morning worship and com- r union at 10 45; N Y. P. S. and Jun- 1 r? 7 p m ; * \ angeli<«tic service. 7:45 p m Mid*we*-k prayer service Wednesday, 7 45 p m ♦ ♦ ♦ Trlnitv Lutheran; pastor. W. C. Burhschscher Lutheran hour, WACO. f 'Vi a m . HAND b 30 p. in.; Sunday school and Bible hour. 10 a m.; morn- 5 ?■■ g senic< v. 11 H communion, at 11 . t ’-r Christians as Fishers of Men.” Vesper service, 6 p. m., with topic, ‘’Almost Christian.” Women'» guild Monday H p. m . at 903 North Thlr- to^nth street. Men's club Wednesday, f> p m . IT914 Morrow. Teacher train- ir.g Thursday, 7:30 p. m. ❖ ♦ ❖ Austin Avenue Methodist: A. Nor* man Evans, pastor. Bally day in the church school. 9:30 a. rn . classes !r>r everyone. Morning worship at 10:50 <hr adcast over KWTX». sermon. *L"\e Thy Neighbor”: evening aerv- S ‘ at 7 30. subject. “Giving Oneself.” Y-nth church. 11 s m , sermon by J>a P< rter Crow Youth church and Y >ure Peoplf'a Fellowship, fi p. m.; W F C S. cftieral meeting Monday. 1 '.** a m Board of stewards meet- ir c Wednesday, 7 p. m. ♦ C lunbus A\enue Church of Christ: Bes;! 1) Shilling, minister. Bible school 9 45 a m.; worship services st 10 45 a m and 7:30 p. m.; sermon f r evening service, “How Is the Gos- p'l Obeyed?” Young people's meet- r c at fi 30 p. m. Mid-week service Wedn« sday, is p. m Radio program Sunday. 9 a m . subject, ”The Preeminence of Christ ” ❖ ❖ « St Johns Methodist: W E. Shipp, paustor. Sundav school. 9 45 a in.; »»n ires at 11 a. rn and J 30 p. m.. worldwide communion service Sunday morning Central Presbyterian: A N. Wolff pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 «. in.; worship nt 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. in., communion meditation, "Venturing In Religion” and “Iteinember Thy Creator,' first sermon in a series on "Things to Remember," Westmlnst*'» Fellowship, ti 15 i», ni. Sunday school council Monday. 7:30 p. ni. ♦ ♦ St. Mark Lutheran; E. A. lleck- mann, pa»tor Lutheran llour, WACO. N 30 a. tn.; Sunday school and adult Bible cla.ss, 10 a. in.; preaching at 11 a in. and 7:30 p. in. In absence of the pastor. Student Max Zschiegner will deliver the sermons. Choir rehearsal Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Walther league Wednesday, 8 p. m, Sunday school teacher training Thursday. 7:30 p. in. Finance board and board of elders Thursday, 8:30 p. in. ♦ ♦ ♦ Jehovah's Witnesses. Watchtower Bible study nt 7 p. m. on the sub- led, llaivcst In Progress Among All Nations ” Theocratic ministry school at 8 15 p m Wednesday, N p in., "Let (.o.| Be True.” book study. Friday, 8 p. in., service meeting. ♦ ♦ ♦ Grace Gospel. Sunday school. 9:45 a in.; preaching at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m., subjects. "The Covenant Mystery” and "Jehovah, the Great I Am ” Young people's service, fi p. in. Midweek services Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. and Thursday. 9:30 a. m. ♦ ♦ ♦ Tabernacle Baptist; A. Reilly Copeland, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a in.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in., subjects. "God's Gospel in Romans Four” and "The Old-Time Gospel of God." Radio, 7:30 a. in., WACO and HAND, "The Old-Time Gospel,” and 6:30 a. in., KRRV, Sherman, "Old- Time Bible Message.” Sunday school lesson taught every Wedesday night. + <► <* Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints. Odd Fellows hall, 120% South Ninth. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; officer»' and teachers' meeting. 9;45 a in.; Ladles’ Relief society meeting Immediately following Sunday school. Evening service at 6. ♦ ❖ ♦ St. Paul's Episcopal: rector, Robert R. Brown: assistant, Kollo L. Shilling. Sunday: 7:30 a. m., holy communion; 9:30 a m . church school; 10:30 a. m., nursery for children 2-6 years old; 11 a. in., holy communion and sermon; 5 p. m., adult confirmation class; 6 30 p. in., Young Churchmen's association. ♦ ♦ ♦ Turner Street Baptist; Verlon A. Geeo, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m ; services at 11 a. m. ami 7:30 p. in., with subjects, "Love That Saved Us" and "Snail Wre Recognize Our Loved Ones in Heaven?” Training service. 6:30 p. m. Deacons meet Monday, 7:30 p. m. Brotherhood Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Teachers and officers meeting ami prayer service Wednesday, 7:15 p. m. ♦ ♦ ♦ Memorial Baptist; pastor, A. Myers. Sundav school. 9:30 a. ni. Services at 10 45 a. rn. and 7:45 p m. with subjects. "A Spotless Character" and "Paths That Lead to God.” Training union and Brotherhood. 6:45 p. in. officers and teachers meet Wednesday at 7 p. m., followed by prayer service. ♦ ♦ ♦ Seventh-Day Adventist; past,or, J. C. Powers. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. prayer meeting. "The Synagogue of Satan." Saturday, 9:30 n. in.. Sabbath school. Sermon at 10:45 a. m. ♦ ♦ ♦ First Presbvterlan; Yninlster. Thos. B. Gallaher. Church school, 9:40 a. tn. Services at 11 a. rn and 7 p. m.. with subject», "The Gate« Are Down" and "The Blending Power of Chrl»t." Youth fellowships. 5 30 p. ni., for supper. recreation mid program meeting. ♦ ♦ ♦ Emmanuel Baptist: pastor. Tilson F. Maynard. Sunday school. 9:80 s. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. with subjects, “At Our Lord’s Table" and "Answering Christ’s Call to Service." Training union. 6:25 p. m. Sunday school officers and teacher» meet Wednesday at 7:25 p. in.. followed by the hour of nrayer at 8 p. m.; choir rehearsal at 8 45 p m. ♦ ♦ ♦ Beverly Hills Baptist; pastor, Frank A. McTaggard. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at, 9:45 a. m. Training union 7 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday. 7 30 p. rn. ♦ * ♦ Seventh and James Baptist; pastor. W oodson Aimes. Sunday school, 9:30 a. rn. Training union. 6:45 p. m. Services at 10:50 a. m. and 8 p. m. with subjects, VThe First Deacon." The service magnifies the office of deacon and soene 50 deacons of the church will receive special recognition. "A Little Sanctuary." at evening hour. ♦ ♦ ♦ North Waco Baptist; pastor, Kirby McGuire. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:40 a. m, and 7:30 p. m. Training union, 6:15 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday, 7:30 p. tn. Gospel broadcast over WACO at 1 p. m. ♦ ♦ ♦ Central Baptist; pastor. Roy Seibel. Special promotional program In the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Communion service at 11 a. m. with the message, "Glorying In the Cross.” Young people's Training union will present a special program at 6:30 p. rn. Service at 7 30 n m.. with subject, "The Eleventh Hour Has Come." ♦ « ♦ Clay Avenue Methodist: minister, Ernest Roper. Chinch school, 9:45 n ni. "World Communion Service" at 10:50 a. rn Youth fellowship. 7 p. m. "Out of the Deep" at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., service or song and prayer. ♦ ♦ ♦ Herring Avenue Methodist; pastor, C. C. Sessions. Church school, 9:45 a. m. Services at 10:50 a. nt. and 7:30 p. m. with subjects, "A Compassionate Christian" and “What Shall I Do With This Christ ’" Communion will be served at both hours. Youth fellowship at 6 30 p. m. Regular meeting of the FORT WORTH, Oct. 4-lJP— Denlh took over Iho quarterdeck today from Reginald Dowsett Thomas, 78-year-old snilor of fortune who had sailed the deep sett for over 40 years. The retired sea captein, an “adopted” Texan, died at the Fort Worth home of his daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Smullen. Started tt Age of 15 Born in London, June 6, 18fi8, Captain Thomas started his colorful s**a career at the age of J5 on the England - to - Australia wool clipper run which took him on trips around Cape Horn. He later joined the Hong Kong- k Canton Macao steamboat company as a captain and helped pioneer development of steamboat traffic on the interior rivers of China. He remained at this post until 11125 whin after 30 years of service he retired. Following his retirement, lie lived in Hong Kong and was marine superintendent for the Hong Kong Tug and Lighter company. Clone lo Conflict Serving in the last war as a captain in the British army, the veteran seaman was too old for active duty in World war II, but he was close to the conflict. His youngest son, Norman, served v'ith Ihe Canadian forces, and his elder son, Charles, a pilot with the R. A. F., was killed in action. The captain came to the U. S. with his wife in June of 1042 and since then had lived in Fort Worth with his daughter. Survivors include his wife; another daughter, Mrs. W. A. Drury of New Orleans; his son, Norman, of Vancouver, B. C.f and two sisters in England. Petroleum Report Issued WASHINGTON, Oct. 4— AP — The bureau of mines reported today that stocks of domestic and foreign crude petroleum totaled 223.043.000 barrels on Sept. 28. a net increase of 379,OQp barrels for the w?ek. Domestic crude increased 807,000 barrels; foreign crude decreased 428,000. Daily average production was 4,778.000 barrels, an increase of 3000. Runs to stills averaged 4,829,000, an increase of 44,000. Churchill Renews Appeal for United States of Europe All of Burden Should Not Be Thrown on America, He Says in Appeal for Unity BLACKPOOL, Eng., 6c t. 4—UP —Winston Churchill, speaking at ceremonies in connection with the conservative party convention, today renewed his call for a United States of Europe. He spoke at a ceremony at which he was made an honorary freeman of Blackpool. "All the burden ought not to be thrown on America," he said. "Why should we not also have a United States of Europe. Why should this continent be a torn and mangled victim and depending for succor, generosity and chivalry from other lands less blessed than Europe and less blessed with its long history?" Churchill’s speech echoed the plea of his Zurich address for a United Europe. "Let Europe arise,” he said. "Let there be friendship among her people. Let bitter feuds and quarrels of the past pass away. We cannot afford to go forward dragging these hatreds upon us." Cistern Found In Jerusalem Studied By Archaeologists Tank Discovered in Yard of Church Built on Traditional Site of Virgin Mary’s Tomb JERUSALEM, Oct. 4 — AP — Archeologists of the Palestine antiquities department are probing a newly discovered underground cistern in the yard of the church built on the traditional site of the tomb of the Virgin Mary In an effort to determine he exact date of its erection. The cistern, which measures approximately 70 by 50 feet in area was believed by some investigators to bo possibly 1200 years old, dating from the time the Arabs overran Palestine for the first time. The cistern was discovered three weeks ago while workmen were cleaning the courtyard of the Church of the Virgin Mary. The property is now in the custody of tho Greek Orthodox and Armenian churches. Nearly 130.000 tons of steel including about 10.000.000 rivets went into construction of New York’s Rockefeller Center. Wainwright Is Guest AUSTIN, Oct. 4—UP—Gen. Jonathan E. Wainwright, hero of Cor- j regidor, will be guest at a luncheon here tomorrow. Brig. Gen. Kearie L. Berry, executive officer of the Texas military district, will preside at Ihe luncheon. General Wainwright will attend the Texas university-Oklahoma Aggie football game in the afternoon, taking part in an army recruiting program that will be conducted between the halves with a national radio broadcast. Bishop Is Retired On 72nd Birthday DALLAS, Oct. 4—AP—The Rt. Rev. Harry T. Moore was formally retired today, on his 72nd birthday, as bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Dallas. At the same time the Rt. Rev. the bishopric from bishop co-ordi- C. Avery Mason was advanced to nator, a capacity in which he had served for the last year. The ceremonies were observed at a communion service in St. Matthews’ cathedral. Bishop Moore came to Dallas as dean of St. Matthew’s in Ani 1907. He succeeded Bishop Alexander C. Garrett on the latter’s death Feb. 18. 1921. Demo Executives Called AUSTIN, Oct. 4 UP—Robert W. Calvert of Hillsboro, state democratic chairman, has called a meeting of the state democratic executive committee to be held in Austin next Jan. 21, Vann M. Kennedy, committee chairman, announced here today. " The session Is for the purpose of completing the committee organization and to attend the inauguration of Beauford H. Jester as governor. __u p. r installation of officers and | board of steward* Monday, 7:.10 p. m. at evening service. Youth To Take A. and M. Post -STATE COLLEGE, Miss., Oct. 4 - AP Dr. J. E. Adams, superintendent of the delta branch experiment station, Stoneville, for the past four years, has resigned, Dr. Clarence Dorman, director or the state experiment station, announced today. Dr. Adams will go to Texas A. and M. college as head of the department of agronomy and will supervise integrated programs of the work of the college, experiment station and extension agronomy subdivisions. Highland Baptists To Begin Revival Sunday The Highland Baptist church, 3001 Trice avenue, will begin a series of revival services Sunday, Oct. 6, and continuing through Oct. 13. Rev. Graves Darby, evangelist, who is known throughout the southern Baptist convention, is to be the speaker for the meeting. There will be morning services Tuesday through Friday at 10 a. m., and evening services daily at 7:30. There wilj be a good musical program led by the educational director, W. W. Disbough, Rev. V. M. Cloyd is pastor of the Highland Baptist church. /Remodel for Veterans’ Program Shows Progress DALLAS, Oct. 4—AP—‘The "remodel for veterans" program inaugurated early this year by the federal housing administration has resulted in approved priority applications for 950 dwelling units in northeast Texas, R. E. Shepherd, district FHA director, reported today. Total applications approved throughout the country by FHA offices were 84,132, the official said, adding that many of the re- deling projects are being financed by loans insured by FHA. Philharmonic Symphony Begins Its 105th Year NEW YORK, Oct. 4—AP—The Philharmonic - Symphony gave its first fall concert last night in Carnegie hall, with every seat occupied for the opener of the heaviest subscription season in the great orchestra’s 105 years. Artur Rodzinski, conducting for the fourth year, chose a program of the Bach C-major Toccata and Fugue, Brahms’ second .symphony, William Schuman’s orchestra version of his ballet "Undertow," and Respighi’s "The Pines of Rome" complete with nightingale. Philanthropist Passes NEW ORLEANS, Oct. % AP— Ben Beekman, 78, New Orleans clothier and philanthropist, died today after an illness of several months. He came to New Orleans from Galv?ston in 1900. Tabernacle Baptist Church 15th St., at Clay Avenue CATCH COTTON FALACK BIS Pastor A. Reilly Copeland (Since 1922) Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Sermons 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Broadcast Hour, 7:30 A. M. Bible Hour, 8:30 P. M. Wednesday Night, 7:30 P. M. % A good book fire to alt graduate* (all raren) of High School, College, Seminary, Bible Institute and Nun- Ing School, of tlii* year of student’s eholee, when they come by TABERNACLE BAPTIST BOOK STORE (non-profit). 608 South Iftth St. Redeployment Calendar By The Ainoriated Pre»n One troopship, the Stevens Victory, arrived nt New York yesterday (Frida v) bringing 1361 soldiers fron» Bremerhaven. > < • p 6 " • {• m W. S C S *• «v ■ b Mordav. 11! noon. Stewards meet Tuesday. 7.10 p m. ❖ ❖ ❖ First Lutheran; I p Paulson, pas* t r SutKiay a< hor»l and Jijble classes, S 4* a m ; morninc w >rship nt Hi 45, with Pr f John Bachman preHrhing r>n «<th* theme. "Choose Li^e.’ Tuesday 7 45 p rn . Brotherhood nt home ct < A Anderson, 2H'i3 Windsor. ♦ ♦ ♦ Service Memorial Methodlnt: Prank Bart a Jr., pastor. Church uchool, 3-* « i ; morning worship nt 11. ftarranien! of holy communion ns we »¡th nil Christian churches in rid communion. Kv**nln' service at i, S "t (Jood if Oeta< bed.“ ❖ <* + ("■.•ribi rland Avrnue Chrlsllh.i- F minister BiV** srlmol. C * n> worship and communion is* If* 4'. « m and 7 .:o p m., ,*ub- ''*f The Atonement ’ an I ' The T: rtf*. ¡«1 responsibility .** Christ an '“a- r ♦, ;<! p «m Pr*; er meeting ’XVedncadgv, 7 nn p m ❖ ❖ ❖ Hast Waco Church of Christ: B. G. I minister. Radio program, KWTX £ 30 a. nr. subject. **The Lost Cr *si* Bible classes. 10 a. in.; wor- ► ' urs 11 a m and 7 30 p. in.. * ‘v- The Gospel Expressed" and '*T e Grand Total.*’ ❖ « ♦ Cer.tral Church of the Nazarene: F. H Bugh. pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 «_ n, ri>,1 -ruing worship At 10:45; N. Y S . 6 30 p rn ; evangelistic s«*rv- U' ~ :o n tt’ Mtd-weck prater *crv- ■ , j.«-:-«, " :o p m. “Builders' meet Friday, 7,3u p. m. REV. MR. SHILLING RETURNS Rev. Basil D. Shilling, pastor of past South Side Church of Christ. South j the Columbus Avenue Church of Fifteenth #nd Park, meets for wor- j Christ, recently returned from ship each Lord's day at 10:30 a. m. ; Boston. Mass.. where he conducted a meeting in Town Hall of Saugus, Dueling as a rourt of last resort was abolished by the Icelandic parliament in 1006. EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1124 S. 19th St. TILSON F. MAYNARD, Pastor 10:45 A. M. "AT OUR LORD'S TABLE" Matthew 28 7:30 P. M. "ANSWERING CHRIST'S CALL TO SERVICE" Sunday School ..........0:30 A.M. Training Union ...........0:25 P. M. Hour of Power Wed. 8-8:45 P.M. Welcome to our friendly Chureh for about a month. On his re- lurn trip he preached in the Church of Christ in New York City and Arlington, Va. BROOK AVENUE Baptist Church Rev. Roy L. Smith, Pastor Morning Services 10:50 A. M. SUBJECT "WHAT IS IN THINE HAND?" EVENING SERVICES 8 P. M. SUBJECT "Facing Christ" EVERYBODY WELCOME Say not thou, I will recompense evil; but wait on the Lord and He shall save thee. Prov. 20-22. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH YOUTH REVIVAL Sunday Closing Day SERMONS AT 11 A. M. "What Must I Do To Be Saved?" By RALPH LANGLEY 7:30 P. M. "The Place Called Calvary" By Charles Welbom 9:45 A.M. SSS8SI 5:45 P.M. n'rVr^ 6:15 P.M. TRAI NING UNION WEDNESDAY 6 .1C D k A TEACHER’S • I J r.m. MEETING 7:30 P.M. ps £ ravyiec £ ALL WELCOME AUSTIN AVENUE METHODIST CHURCH 1300 Austin Avenue A. NORMAN EVANS, Pastor 0:30—RALLY DAY IN THE CHURCH SCHOOL 10;50—"Love Thy Neighbor (Broadrant Ovi*r KWTX) 7:30—"Giving Oneself" Both Sermons by Ihe Pastor A Cordial Invitation to Everyone TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Morrow Ave. at 26th Street Temporarily: 13th and Jefferson SUNDAY SCHOOL ........................................................................10 A. M, COMMUNION SERVICE ............................................................11 A. M, "CHRISTIANS AS FISHERS OF MEN" VESPER SERVICES .................................................................... « P.M. "ALMOST CHRISTIANS" Lutheran Hour, WACO 8:30 a. m. HAND 8:30 p. m. # COME, WORSHIP WITH US! # MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH South 22nd and Ross A. MYERS, Pastor SERMON TOPICS 10:45 A. M. "A SPOTLESS CHARACTER" 7:45 P. M. "PATHS THAT LEAD TO GOD" SUNDAY SCHOOL ............................................................ 0:30 A.M. TRAINING UNION ........*......................................................6:45 P.M. PRAYER SERVICE—WEDNESDAY ...............................7:45 P. M. O WELCOME VISITORS e You'll Like THE HERRING AVENUE METHODIST CHURCH 1302 Herring Avenue 10:50 A. M. "A Compassionate Christian" l’unng Peoplf»’ Choir Will Give Mania 7:30 P. M. "What Shall I Do With This Christ" „ cruuli...„ rl"B CMin-rational Nlnclnc P I Church School 9:45 A. M. M. Y. F. 6:30 P. M. astor World-Wide Communion Observance CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 18th and Bosque Blvd. Dr. A. J. Holt, Pas DR. GEORGE HUMPHREYS WILL SPEAK AT BOTH SERVICES A. M.—10:45 P. M.—7:30 e Sunday School ......................................................9:45 A. M. O Training Union ....................................................6:30 P. M. e Prayer Service, Wednesday .............................7:30 P. M. Baylor Bus Scrvlcc From Memorial Dormitory 9:15 Cirri« Dormitory, 9:30 Hubert Dunhnm Tearhcr DOWNTOWN BIBLE CUSS WACO THEATRE SERVICE 9:30 TO 10:30 A. M. LESSON "Paul's Background and Early Years" All Denominations Cordially Invited AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT EVERYONE WELCOME! NORTH WACO BAPTIST CHURCH KIRBY McGUIRE, Pastor 2001 McKENZIE KIRBY McGI IRK I*» nt or O SUNDAY SCHOOL ....................... 9:30 A.M. O MORNING WORSHIP.................10:40 A.M. • TRAINING UNION ....................... 6:15 P.M. O EVENING WORSHIP................... 7:30 P.M. GOSPEL BROADCAST 1:00 P. M. over WACO • WELCOME TO EVERY SERVICE • Revival Closing Sunday Night FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Fifth iind Jarknon pHAtor, <i. WEI.DON OATI.IN, rrraching MAI KICK HOKINK, IMrrrtlng Music A.M. Ntiilrinv Srhtwl nllh n rian* lor *\rr\nn# 10:45 A. M.: “BELIEVE ALSO IN ME** ttnptlzlng Babies—Obftrrvlng Worid-Wld* Communion 0:00 P. M. Snack and Worship Hfnlf* for Youth and toting Adult!« 7:30 P. M.: “Draw Near With Faith* Mid-Week Service, Wednesday. 7:.10 P. M. • MOKNINO INSPIRATIONS'* Dally 10:.10 A. M., Over KWTX REVIVAL BEGINS SUNDAY Hear the Pastor Preach Sunday Sermon: 10:50 A. M. The Living One' Sermon 7:30 P. M. The Mighty God' Dr. Millar Will Arriv* for the Monday Night Service Service* Daily: 10:00 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Make First Baptist, Bellmead, Your Chureh Home. W'elcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BELLMEAD E. D. DUNLAP, Pastor COLUMBUS AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH COLUMBUS AVE. AT 13TH ST. ' With a Friendly Welcome DR. W. W. MELTON, PASTOR YOU ARE INVITED TO ALL THE SERVICESI A Spiritual Church Sunday School ................. 0:30 Training: Union ......... Worship Service ...............10:55 Worship Service .... Mid-Week Service Wednesday ..............7:30 DR. MELTON'S SERMON SUBJECTSt MORNING: "SEARCHING FOR GOD' NIGHT: "AN UNFINISHED TASK" ,«:1S ■ 7:S0 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Washington Avenue at Eleventh Street CLYDE SKELLY SHERMAN, Pastor MORNING WORSHIP 10:45 A. M. WORLD COMMUNION DAY "THE LORD'S SUPPER" EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P. M. "THE EYES OF THE MASTER" Bible School 0:30 A. M. FRIENDS AND VISITORS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THESE SERVICES AND COMMUNE. SEVENTH and JAMES BAPTIST CHURCH TO MAGNIFY THE OFFICE OF THE DEACON IN SERVICE, SUNDAY, 10:50 A. M., FIFTY DEACONS TO OCCUPY RESERVED SECTION Left to right: Back row—J. G. Mixson, J. C. Underwood, L. W. Barrett, S. R. Spencer, A. C. Palmer, E. R. Davis, L. C. Bright, C. L. Walker, R. E. M. Gottlieb. P. D. Browne, I. N. Odom, G. A. McDade, L. C. McCall, Pastor Woodson Armes. Middle row—J. E. Hawkins, B. H. Adams, C. 1.. Middlebrook, J. V. Cottle, S. N. Stogner, I,. W. Benkley, NT. J. Henson, T. P. Littlefield, F. A. Lentz, R. E. L. Mewshaw, A, O. Harlan, J. S. Row, S. P. Howard. Front row— E. H. Sparkman, C. Q. Halev, A. G. Evans, T. ,T. Logue. P. L. Murphy, A. H. Daniel, J. D. Bragg, R. C. Morris, Claude Segrest, J. H. Boyd, L. J. Naylor, Coy Smith. Not in the picture—J. E. Batson, R. B. Carpenter, J. R. Collier. W. L. Crook, W. O. Morrow, W. G. Russell, R. N. Sandlin, A. R. Sendon, Robert. Weaver, P. W. Chunn, Krcd Herold, Irvin* L. Bush, S. E. Cranfill.

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