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Former Resident to Preach Here Sunday Presbyterians will have t h e privilege of welcoming a former member of their church to the pulpit Sunday. To Present Concert The Bethanairej, from the Bethany Bible College in Santa Cruz, Calif., will present a special musical concert at the Assembly of God Church, 8th and Kansas, at 8 p,m. today. Pictured are Leningrad Elarinoff, Naalehu, Hawaii, freshman; Charles Funk, Hilo, Hawaii, president of the freshman; class; William Carmichael, Santa Crui, a junior; Barbar Burnett, also of Santa Cruz, a freshman; and Helen Rumbaugh, Modesto, Calif., freshman and accompanist .The public is invited to attend. Today in History Fire Destroys 345 Buildings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Friday, July 19, the aooih day of 19C>3. There arc 1615 days left in Hie year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 18.18, the first woman's rights convention in the United States was held at Seneca I-'allg N.Y. The movement was formally instituted as a national question under leadership of Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. On this date In 1775, the Fifth Indian War in Maine began when Indians launched their first attack on St. George and New Csstle. In 1845, New York City wns the scene of a fire which destroyed 345 buildings at a loss of $6 million. In 1918, the German army began its retreat across the Marnc during World War I. In 1940, P re s i d e n t Franklin Roosevelt signed the two-ocean Navy bill. Ton years ago. . .Communist negotiators announced their readiness to resume fullscale talks aimed at completing arrangements for a Korean armistice. Five years ago. . .Through Red Cross efforts, nine U.S. Army men were released by Esst Germany after being held for six weeks when their helicopter landed in Communist territory by error. One year ago. . .All 26 persons aboard were killed in the crash of a United Arab Republic Comet jetliner near Bangkok in Thailand, i Missionaries Plan Prairie View Visit The Kev. Gcrnld A. Nrlicr and his wife Lois will be finest speakers Sunday nt the I'rairic View Church of HIP Brethren located on the Scott-Finney county line. levelling worship service will j begin at 7:45 p..m. An invitation is extended to the entire community. The Nehors will be showing pictures of the work of the church in Nigeria, West Africa. Sr. James Lutheran League ro LaCrosse Members of the Garden City St. James Lutheran League, the youth groups will join other Southwest Kansans at LaCrosse Sundny for a fun-day. The local groups will have from St. James Church at 8:30 a.m. and travel to LaCrosse in cars. They will attend church services in LaCrosse. Following church, a picnic and swimming party Is planned. Hays fo Receive New Bamk with $500,000 WASHINGTON (AP) - Hays, Kan., will have a new national banh. Comptroller of the Currency James Saxon approved establishment of the; Hays National Bank Thursday. It will have $500,000 initial capital. Gregory J. Herrman is correspondent for the institution. A meteorite is a meteor that hits earth. cultural missionarils as well They have been serving the church there since 1954 as agri- as teaching in the Ktilp Bible School and doing whatever falls to the lot of a missionary. They have three children and are now on a year furlough, during which time Reverend Neher will further his education in his special field at Kansas University. This summer is . being spent in speaking engagements and visiting relatives end friends prior to entering school this fall. They expect to return to the mission field next year. A free-will offering will be received to help with travel expense, the balance will go toward the. mission program of the church. Garden C/f/an At fends Ref reaf Carlos Green, 1105 Pershing, returned last Sunday after attending a two-day retreat for officers of the Church of the Brethren at Lake Kanapolis near Salina. During the retreat, the group planned meetings for September and a state-wide retreat to be Aug. 17 and 18 at the lake. Neighboring campers at the lake were invited to attend the Sunday School and worship services. Green will be the speaker at the August Retreat. His topic will be "Four Roads to Maturity." MeadeHasA New Southern Baptist Church A new Southern Baptist church will be opened in Meade Sun day. The announcement of the new church will be made to a youth rally meeting "in Ulysses Friday evening. Co-sponsors of the Meade church will be the Em manuel Baptist Church of Liberal and the First Baptist Church of Balko, Okla. Located in the southwest area of Meade the new church will have co-pastors during the first month of its life. The co-pastors are Joe Baugh of Lakeland, Fla., and Bob Singleton of Mobile, Ala. Both are student summer missionaries appointed by the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention to work in new churches in southwest Kansas this summer. Plans are for tlvo co-pastors to alternate preaching the morning and evening services. They will also shar e leadership in the Sunday School, Training Union and the Wednesday prayer meeting. The Meade church becomes the eleventh Southern Baptist church in southwest Kansas. Congressmen to Fly Airplanes WASHINGTON (AP) — Air- minded congressmen take to the skies today to demonstrate the role of air travel in the development of suburbs and small communities. Flying small twin-engine and single-engine aircraft of the type used by businessmen across the country, the Congressional group planned to cover 850 miles before completing the aerial exercise Sunday night. Sen. P<;ter Dominick, R-Colo., was expected to lead the party in his own Beech Bonanza. Takeoff on the initial flight of 120 miles to Ocean City, Md., was planned for early aftrnoon. Saturday the members of the Congressional Flying Club will inspect corporate aviation fleets at White Plains, N.Y., and then fly to Hartford, Conn., for conference on transportation aspects of community redevelopment programs. On Sunday the club members will fly from Hartford to Reading and Lock Haven, Pa. At Lock Haven they will view demonstrations of sports aviation activities, including gliding and parachute jumping. Directory of Garden City Churches «T. MAItY'8 HOMAN CATHOLIC Rsv. Clement N. GouDc-aux, C.PP.S.. Ren. David DouRhnrty, C.PP.3. and Jumna Srhrailrr C.P.S.. assistants. Phone BU G-4053. 609 St John. Similar Mits 1 **! t, 7. 8. B:30. 10:45, 13:00. Weekday Masses: 6:30, 7:30. ll a.m. Dally Honnrs't 7:110 p.m.; Sunday: 2:30 p.m. Holy Hour Thursday. 7:90 p.m. Confei«lons: Saturday, Eves of Holy Day* Uld First Fridays: 3:30-5:00 and 7:46-0:00 p.m. ST JAMKS LUTHKItAN Bt. James Lutheran Church member of Tho American Lutheran Cimrch. 9th ut,\ June* BR 6-8108. Paul W. Srlialrer. pastor, 616 N. 9th. Sunday Sunday School. U:;iO a.m.; Worship Service*. 10:45 a.m. Holy Communion celabmtcd the first Sunday ol •very month. ril.Uttlil C1IAPKI. James T. Randall, pastor. 1409 A. Phone BR 6-3892. Sunday: Sunday school. 9:4S a.m.j Worship, J0:45 a.m.; People's meeting. 7 p.m.; Evening Service 7:80 p.m. Thursday! Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m. rrEBCEVII.I.E rEDEUATKO Sunday i Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.; Worohlp Service, 11:00 a.m.; Youth Clubs, 6:44 p.m ; livening Worship, 8:00 p.m. FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST W. T. FroKKUte. pastor, phono BR 6-6536 or BR 6-5304. First unj Spruce Street*. Snndaj Bible School. U:« a.m.; Mornlnr; Worship, 10:,!0 a.m.; junior and senior VOUTIK people's service 6:00 p.m.; Evening Preachliie. i ;(M) p.nj, Tuc'day. 7 p.m. Churvh at work Thurtdayi Mid-week wrvice 7 p.m. "^"H 1 !? nCIT * WKNNUN1TK HUKTIIKKN Floy,i h. Born, paator. BH 6-7410. 3rd and t>fllll 1)1)611. Sundaj: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: Woralilu 10:45 a.m.: Evr.nlni; worship, 7 p. :n !. Wedncfcuay: flayer nurvlce. 8 p.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CIIVBCH Rev. 11,-nnaii li. Muycr, 40S Jones Avenue. Teluphonu U--H64. First Son-ice 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 3:'M a.m. Second Semen 10:45 a.m. Communion 1st Sunday, S:30 a.m. 3rd,Sunday 10:45 a.m. LIGHT OF 1'IFb Tabernacle ^frTAV' 1 J « I fi r ' 0ac J" u> ii? r> a<H ' OIld building north at VKW, off Uwy 50. Phone fan 6-6844, Sunday: Servlcj. 8 p.m. \Vedue»d»j : Service. 8 p.m. ChunU) open d»y ujid night CALVABY HIRI.E ClIl'BCH - (Independent) Rev. J. Kugfne Layne, I'uslor Sunday School: S:4:> a. in.; \Vor.-hip service 10:40 uiu.; i-M-niii« ei'nirc, 7.30 p M > Wi'ine.sday: Jlidwtck Hour ut 1'uwiv Service 7:30 ji.ni. BEURGAMZEIl OIH'KCH Of JESt'S CIIU18T OK LATTKB DAY SAINTS Roy A. Chapmai:. Pastor, phone UK d-7055 614 N. 13th St. (Meetings in Seventh Day Ad- remist Chapel) Sunday 9:46 a.m. Churci School and adult •tudy. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. study fjroupe 7:30 ') r« svenlnc vi-.irsinD rill'BCH OF CJIBIST, HEKBKIEU) Herinu;i Burnrlt. pastor. Sunday service — 10 a.m. — II! uoon MST Evening i> p.m. JIST. ' Wednesday — li p.m. MST Mid-week Bibl» Cl MS. BETHEL, A. M. B. Snndnyt Sunday scnooi: 9:30 s,m.T worship 11:00 ».m. Wednesday: Mission circle, 'i p.m.; Prayer and class meeting, 2:30 p.m. FAITH TABERNACLE Aisemhly ol God Ohnrrh J. J. Krlmmer. pastor, 8th and Kansa, nti"Tv m? n-xftt: nn fi-'«85 (hnmn. Sunday: 0:15 a in. Sunday Schnnltlme 1" a.m. Wor»hlntlmi>; 8 p.m. R«vlvaltlm«. Tnr«ilay: S p in. Men's Prayer m^ctlnp. Tlmrsdiiy: fl::in a.m. I,nc1ii>» prayer meeting; S p.m. Prayer and praise service. FIRST CHRISTIAN CITTIRCn Arthur F. FliMiiliiK. pastor. Phone BR 6-4104 or nn 6-5411. 7th and CliMtnut. Snmlny! Rnndnv Pchnol. 9:45 i.m ! Worship. 10:45 a.m.. Evening 7:30 p.m., Chi Rho, ( p.m., CVF 0 p.m. Thnriilnv: Choir, 7:4B p.m. FIRST MFTIIOniST CHtTROH Paul ITantla. pastor, phone BR 6-4523. 6/15 North 6th. Sunday: Sunday School, 9:30 am : Wnr«hlo. 10:4o a.m.; MYF B:30 p.m.; Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Thursday: (Jholr Practice; Primary 4:16, Junior 4:50, Youth 7 and Chancel 7:45 p.m. CHURCH OF non IN CHRIST R. 19 Sanders, p.istor. phone BR G-3749, South Star Route. Sunday Sunday School. 10:30 a.m.; Worship, IMtn a.m.- Y. P W. W.. 6:30 p.m.; Evangellstlq Sen-Ire. 7:30 p.m. Tnesday: Bilile Study. 8:00 p.m. Friday i Prayer Service, 8:00 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CnTHCH T Mi-rlon Kadyk. pastor, 7th and Pin*. BR 6-f.Ml'S Manse RH 6-7918. Sunday: Sunday nchool aid Wnmhlp. 9-.10 a.m. I'nitcd Pivfliytcrlan Youlh, 6 p.m. Mariners FiH'oti'l Sunilav oai-h month, 7:SO p.m. W( j iirn'.siJa>': Mcn'^ Hihlo Stud> r 7 a.m. Thursday: Clm-ii'''! Chulr. S p.m. \\'tiiiH i n's Affsocialtou. fourth Thursday, 2:00 p-n.; Circles, socond Thursday; Junior Choir, 4:15 p.m. FODRSQIMRB noSF^L MU'RCH Clarence Murphy, pastor, 1311 New York. 6-74S1 Sunday: mnulay school, 9:45 n.m.. Worsrip 11 a in. EvatiRpltatlc service 7::iO p.m. Tne»day and Friday servloes 7:30 o m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. "Tlio Hour of Power" HOI.COMB COMMl'NITT PRESRYTKBIAN Ruth Hacking, minister. Ph. BR g-6501. P. O. Bo: 61' Hnlcomb. Sunday: Sunday School, 10 ».m.; mornint worship. 11 a.m.. I'.P.Y i p.m. '•'uesday: Prayer mettng and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Choir practice. 4 D m. Friday! Junior BibleClub. 4 p.m. JEIIUVAU'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall. Corner Kansas and Pearl. Sunday: Public address. 7:00 p.m.: Watch- tovei study. 8:15 p.m. Tueiday: Bible study, S p.m. Friday: Ssrvice instruction.. 7:30 p.m.: Iheo- oratj' '"ini-<"-^ «rhoi>l g-SO nm THK CHI K( » OF JESCS CUBIST OF LATTEH UAY SAINTS Rulon Anderson, branch president. BR 6-4941 Sunday: Priesthood meeting. 9 a.m.; Sunday School 10 am.: Sacrement. 11 a.m. SECOND BAPTIST CIlt'Bt'H I'.n V. L. K.'bbs. 6-4»05. Ilu7 N. Main Sunday - Sunday School 9:45 a.m.. Wonbip Service 11 a.m. Union Training 6 p.m. Wednesday — Pray or Service 7 p.m. Thur.dny — Mission Circle. 3:30 p.ax ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHfBCH Main and Walnut, rlenry E. Wright, rector. P;VJ-» BR 6-3173. Sunday: Holy Communion, 7:30 a,m., Holy Orrmunlon and church school 10 a.m.. first Sunday each montn; Morning Prayer and •hurch school 10 a.rm other Sundays ol month. PTRST BAPTIST CHURCH Herman Llese, Interim Pastor Phone BR 6-5266 llth & Joneo. Rcaldencs phone BR 1-4474. Sunday: Sunday School, 9:48 a.m.. Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Fellowship, 7 p.m. Worship 7:45 p.m. Wednesday: S p.m. prayer and Bibl* study. Men's Fellowship — 8 p.m. 2nd Monday. Women'R Sociaty —> 2 p.m. 1st Thursday. Thursday: 8 p.m. Adult choir. OIIUBCP. OF THE BKETTIBEN Dorsey li). Ho'.ruck. pastor, BR 6-7391. hime Dhone BR 6-7217. Eighth and St. John Svs. Sunday: Church school. 9;4£> am.; morning worship, 11 a.m.; C.B.T.F. 6 p.m., Junior High Fellowship and evening -orship. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday t Adult choir. 7 p.m. »very 3rd Thursday. Junior choir, 4:16 p.m. Thursday! Women'* Fellowship. 1:30 p.m PBAIHIK VIEW C*U»OH OF THE BBETIIBEK 2 miles west of Friend on County Line. Mark ICnuiwiliu-, pastor, Ph. BR 6-5097. FriendSunday: Sunday School 9:30 a.m., -morning; worship 10:30 a.m. Youth fellowship. 7:00 p.m. Prayer Fellowship 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. FIBST CHUBCR OP GOD Delon Hates, pastor, phone BR 6-3006. 60S Pennine Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Summer Worship, 8:30-9:30 a.m. Prayer Goup. 6:45 pm • Evening service, 7:30 p.m. Thursday i Midweek Service. 7:30 p.m. FIBST SOUTHKHN BAPTIST CHURCH Jon Wade Lurtz, pastor. Phone BR 6-6609 3U9 West Campbell. Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: Worship , 10:60 a.m.; Baptlat Training Union 6:45 pm- Evening Services. 7:50 p. m. Monday: Brotherhood Tuesday: W.M.U. Thursday: Prayer Meeting;. 7:30 p.m. Sunbeams, Junior G.A.'s, Intermediate O.X'i and Royal" Ambasedors, 6:30 p m. Friday: Visitation. OIUBCII OF THF NAZABENE i Bob Fetters, Pastor, llth and Elm. and Elm. Sandayi Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.; Worship. : raS "in"' 1 Youns P«OPI» 6:30 p.m.; Evening Thursday i frayer Meeting, 1:30 p.m. rnMUVMTT CONOBEGATIONAL CHUBCB Jolm B. Fitzgerald Jr.. Pastor. Phone BR I-3S04. 710 N. Third. «-»<««• an Sunday: Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. sluudayi Boi Scout Troop 99, 7:00 pm rhur»d»j: Clolra, Xoutc 6:4fi; Children'*' J-It and AOIJU 6 pan. ••«* CHUBCH 0¥ CBBI.1T Phone BR 6-4500. 1503 Pat's Drive (1 mile East : of Main on Kansas) Clifton Stark, minister. VuniUy: Sunday bchool 9:4o a.m.; Surdat worship 10:45 a.m.; Eveninf service o p.m. Wednesday t 10 am Ladies Bible Study Thursday Night: Class e, 7:30 p.m. SKVKNTH DAY AIIVKMIST James Owens, pa*tor. phoue BR 6-7773. 614 t) Saturday: 8:45 a.m. Sabbath School, u m,™ ' Worahlp. Friday: 7:30 p.m. Young People's . The Rev. Robert R. Ball, one of the pastors in John K n o x Church, Tulsa, Okla., is returning to his former hometown for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Robert L. Ball, 810 N. Main. He will conduct worship and preach for the local congregation at the 9:30 a.m. service. "Hiding From an Inescapable God" is the sermon theme he has chosen. He was ordained by Presbytery of Sterling in September 1958, shortly after graduation from Princeton Theological Seminary. Bristow, Okla., was his first pastoral charge. Two years ago Reverend Ball was called to the suburban congregation in Tulsa, and he has been installed as one of t\vo co-pastors. His Garden City friends will have opportunity to greet Rev- Garden Ch.r Friday, July 1J, 1963 erand Ball during a coffee hour following the Worship. | The Rev. J. Merion Kadyk, pastor of the local congregation, is to be in Highland Park, III., for the Saturday wedding of a niece, and will preach Sunday j in the Presbyterian church of that city. New Minister for Second Baptist Church The Rev. V. L. Bobbs, formerly of Hoisington, is the new pas- to r of the Second Baptist Church 1107 N. Main. Reverend and Mrs. Bobbs have eight children and are makng their hom e at 2113 N "B". -Whether buying 01 seinng, uge | A lepidopterist studies butter- Telegram Want Ad«l I flies and moths. 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