Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 8, 1946 · Page 2
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Pampa, Texas
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CH U RG in 6, feotCTfit, #flnht« * Kfitita 0:45 a.m. ; prcncfi- ..hfj» 1ft :*5 ; pTenchlne and Wrfp ?:00 t>. m. ____ bnifteV Bible clam 2:SO p. ni. P«(Jn<>B<1ay : Mld-wnek Bible study and Meeting 7:80 p.m. AL HOLtSESS CHURCH Afcocfc nnd Zimmer ¥, Irene Wilson, pcstor gclinol — fl:45 a.m. worship — 11 run n.m. wonthip. Snndny--7:SO p.m. IBtble study, Tnendtty— 7 :30 p.m. Ifrnyer meetinK, Friday— 7:30 p.m. IP. H. Y. S.— 6:80 p.m. ZtON liUfRfeKAN CHURCH Iff 1210 Duncnn Street t ' • R; L. .Ymins, pastor i ,8mi<tsy school nt !l:45 n.m. .Church dervicea nt 11:00 n.m. HOPKINS Nfti 2 SCHOOf, HOUSK ten milcii noiitll of Pnmpn nl Phillip« Pnmpn plnnt cnmp. a.m. Snndny school, 11 n.m., prench- CHURCH op nou " 601 Cnmpbell vBnndity school lu n.m. Prenchlne 11 - Cfii. Willing Workers hand 7:30 p.m. J^rtiAchiftg 8 p.m. Tuesday prayer service *??48 p.m. Thursrlny, young people's serv- 1«B Wlrti Mrs. Vivian Ruff, president, in iKarire 7:45 p.m. CENTRAL BAPTIST fHURCII t ' Rudolpli (}. Hurvey. i-i.slnr * 513 M. Francis Ave. •jljlnyd Snllerwliile will lit' in cliavce of ttig. Sundny Bchnnl hiuir Hint Iji.'dins nt 6H4n- n.m. . Sundny morninc Rprviro at 11 n.m. Sundny Training Union meeting nt <J :30. Mid-week prnyer servire Wcfln^sHay eft?en*ng: nt 8:1",. This sei'vit'e is preceded Ijly the veekly Sundny Bchnol tenchors and officers meeting. . s FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH j^Corner West nnd Kingsmill Streets &. DoURlns Carver, pnslnr: Virnil MoH, director of education nnd music. Sundny school !l:45. * fjyerymnn'.s clnsH meets in City linll. Morning worship lf!:5!i n'clock. Service brondeaRts 11-11^, KI'ilN. TrnlninR Union nt ii:30. ; Evening service at 7 :3il. THE SALVATION AI1MV ^aptnin Bculnh Carroll, commandins L SerVlciis will be held nt 111 K. Albert. I . Wednesday—Services nt 8 p.m. 'Sunday—Sundny school nt 9 :4G ; Morn- Worship nt 11 a.m.; Young People's rvlce.' 7 p.m. : Evening service, 8 p.m. Training Union c>-.3() p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. K. Dunsworth, pustor l .""BtJnday school, 9:40 a.m.; morning Worship, 10t46; training union, 1:30 cTclock; evening service at 7:30; Young (People's service nt il p.m. », *'C. H. Batt is Sundny school superin- ' ttndent: Truman Fletcher, U. T. U. director; Mrs. Krunk Tui-pln, pianist. PfftSf Dr. Dptiglns NelflAn, pnstor 0:44 a.m.—Tft* church whool. [0:^ a.m.- -The nnrsery 11:0«— Common worship. 7:»fl p.m.—Tuxis Weatniinstpr Fellow- vhip. OP oon CHUBCH f.00 South Cnyler tflB a.m.—Sunday school. ' . (:00 a.m.—Morning wftrsnlp. S:30 p.m.'—Evening! worship. Thursday, 6:80 p.m.—Bible study. Full Oospel singers from 9 to 9:80 a.m. 'ach/ Sunday ov*r Station KPDN. Mi-CUIXOlTCSH METBODISf CHURCH 2100 AlcoeJe Street Rrv. Will H. Culwell, mlnlflter 324 Zimmer Church school. 10 a.m. Morning worship !i tn 11 :45 n.m. liihle CommftnHos, 6:30. Evening evan- Rfliatic service 1 :;!fl p.m. Choir prnrtiVe Weclnesdny 7:30 P.m. ItARRAH METHODIST CHURCH Rev. (.'r.idy M. Adcnctc, pftstrtr Rnndny school begins nt 0:45: morning worship, 10:55. Mible study nnd Youth Fellowships mnet nt 6:30, nnd evening •vorship at 7:15. Services during the week include prny- er services, Wednesday at 7 p.m. and the VVomen'.t Society of Chrislinn Service, Tuesday nt '\ p.m. HOLY SOULS CHURCH 912 W. Browning "'Father William J. Stack, pnstor. Sunday masses nt 0, 8, 10 and 11:30 n.m. ;-Patly masses nrc hold nt 7 and 8 o'clock. ,At the Post Chapel Sunday mnss In at ajn. nnd 7 p.m. ' • ST. MAKK METHODIST CIIUltCH (Colored) 406 W .Elm St. W. Louis Smith, pastor 'StiHdriy school—9:45. Mprriing .worship—1" rS. 1 !. Epwoith Lcnifue—0 :.']fl. "JiJveninB worship—7 :"(). ('Wednesday night — mid-week worship MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 70.7 W. liruwn.ine Rev. Ertjfiiv \V. Hbnshnw, minister -Early/, Communions on tlw first, second /and foul th Sundays jii each month. Serv- &iees at 11 o'clock on eacli second and ^fourth Sunday. Sunday sciiool every Sun~day at 9:45, Special services on Saint's Dnv» ns announced at the lime of sticl. ! ;»ervices. ii.j, UOTVAX CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN 000 KnHh Frost Rev. Russell Oreeno West, minister OMTi :i.m.—Sundny pchool. 11 :UO :t.m.- -Morning worship. fi:;{() p.m.— (.jniup meetings. 7 :'M p.m. — I'rnyer meeting, Wednes- lay. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Hev. K. H. Ilowt'n, pnstor Church school for all ages 9:45 n.m. Arthur IlnnUin, .aur>t. Morning worship nt lihnr, a.m. .Junior high fellowship meets :\( (> p.m. Si'ninr dcpnvlment meets nt s o'clock. I-A'eniiitc w<;vRhiti service in the annc- ttlary at 7 o'clock. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE NiirUt West, and Duckler A. I,, .lami-s. pastor Sundny Hi'.Me Ht-hnnl ii-.'IT) a.m. Morning service 11 a.m. I'.vnntfi'mUc service 7 :'W yi.m. Youth groupa mf'i.t at (i :MO j).m. "The church with the Fi-iendly Henri.." CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 5(10 N. Somervllle CnrloH 1>. Spc-ck, minister Sunday—Ulhle school, 9:45 a.m.; clnss es for all. Preaching 1(1:50 a.m. Communion, 11:15 a.m. Evening service, pr'-aehinyr and communion at 7:30 p.m. \VVdr.cHday Ladies lllhle class nt 3:110. I'rayer H(-rviees at 7.:30 a.m. Monday — Men's training clnss,. 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Jim Brown, minister 9:45 a.m.—Church school. 10:50 n.m.—Morning worship, Communion. 5:45 p.m.—Youth Group meetings. 7:00 p.m.—Evening worship. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Corner of Browning nnd Purvinnce St. Rev. Ktder LnGrone of Amarillo Snbbnth school every Snturday morning \t 10 n.m. Preuching nt 11 n.m. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH Colored J:4B Sundny school. 1U:6H morning worship. 6 p.m. B.T.U. « p.m.—Evening worship service CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 901 North Frost ;J:30 a.m.—Sundny school; 11 n.m. Sunday service; 8 p.m. Wednesday service. The rending room in the church ediffce is open daily, except Sundny, Wednesday, Snturday and legnl holidays from 2 unt;l 3 p.m. By giving all our workers an in- •/eftment in the efficient production .f each automoDile which leaves ur plant,/we believe we have es- ab)ishe<1 an incentive toward steady ;id efficient production. Henry J. Kaiser and Joseph W. Frazer of Kaiser-Frazer Corp. f \ GETA25f80X TWO GREAT MESSAGES TWO GREAT SERVICES Central Baptist Church invites you to hear our pastor <A RUDOLPH Q. HARVEY on THE UNCONDEMNING SAVIOR '. 11:00 a. m, A DARE-DEVIL FOR CHRIST 7:30 p. m. unday School begins 9 45, and there are clashes gages. Training Union begins at 6;30 and there lianl for qll ages. The church is breaking alal rec- pl attftndonce and additions. There have been a hun- «and fifty-four additions since Oct. 1, 1945, POUT-HE CROWD TO A CHURCH WHERE THERE IS 1 ANP'BEACHING THE BAPTIST SHUT-INS-, §HUT-OUTS, ANP WN- SUN0AY StttOOt UBMM • RcHptftfe: "the Bsok of -/ especially-Chapter 14:11-24 §*, WttfctAM R. OttftOY. fl. tti Wheri on'e reads with a sense tff rdnlisrti; much in the story of • art-* iivht israel, i\nd especially irf the st^ry of the migration from Egypt, the wandering in the wilderness ajfo the conquest flf Canaan, is full of strange contrasts. Here and there are thoughts of a loving and merciful God. cherishing and guiding a people, as in verse 18, of the ilth chapter of Numbers: "Jehovah is slow to anger, and abundant in loving kindness, forgiving -iniquity and transgression." 53ut elsewhere adverse rvents and happenings are represented and inflictions of punishment by an ahgry God. Prosperity ind adversity are represented, res- Kctively, as marking God's favor or God's disapproval. For this there was much wa'rrant h the nature jf the times and the ife of the people. Today great nasses of innocent and unofiend- ng people may be subject to great Uttering and disastef from Causes over which they have no control. Demote events in the world ma.y brine; upon them,, starvation and death; or merciful and helpful at- itudes on the part of peoples re- nov?d from them by oceans may ive them hope of .survival and of Otiniate restoration and happiness. All this we see in our own. times. We are conscious of how much-depends upon us, the people of f.- nerica, win are given the oppor- ,unHy of playing the part of provi- ience to millions of needy fellow- mortals. But; in ancient Israel, par- ularlv in the wilderness life of u closely-knit community, health, safety and prosperity—or disease, adversity and disaster—depended nuch more directly upon the people themselves, in their moral character, their consideration for one mother and-their willingness to ac- ,cpt disciplines In 'behalf of :om- non protection and welfare. T)ie early interpreters of God's iurposes and will did not allow for .he moral uses of adversity, They bad no adequate religious philosophy to meet, or explain, the inflictions of suffering that seem to fall ipuii the good, as well a; upon the vil. in the common experiences of it'c. This was Ihn problem faced in the Book of Job, and by the later prophets, with a suggested solution in the admonition, "whom the Lord loveth He chastenetli." Neverthelss, apart from . the experiences that are beyord one's own control, and whi:h must be borne with faith and foititude and which, vield what Paul calls "the peaceable fruit, of righteousness," the primitive life of Israel makes plain what happens when a people refuse to accept and exercise: the reasonable dlciplines that are inevitably associated '.vith moral character and ;ocial vesponsotai'.ity. Disaster came ipon them when character failed. A'nd no nation is secure when moral nnd social disciplines nre disregard- pel and refused. Hero in ou^eountry today we are facing serious consequences because u'g:.i numbers of people are morally and socially undisciplined. At the lowest scale are the willfully criminal, caring-, nothing about what happens to othors or how they suffer, as long .is they themselves get their ill-gotten gains. A little high- or are those who operate within the law, but whose greed and selfish- ie?s are littlel ess than criminal in h-3ir results. Much higher, but mor- My and:socially ineffective, are the ?OT(" people who live to; them"Ives, but who do little to restrain evil. Social discipline, as. well as ••If-disc-inline, is at the very foundation of social welfare. It is as i ue today as in the day that God •rake on Sinai. ^ Christian Science Sunday Study Topic "Spirit" is the sub.i?.ct of the Iies^ son-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, February JO. The Golden Tex!, is: "The Spirit 'avcheth ->11 things, yea, the deap ihings of God" (I Corinthians 2: Among the citations which com- vise the Lesson-bRrpion is the fol- vin'i from the Bible: "Can any ''ide hiinself in secret places that I shall not see him? saith- the Lord, no not I fill heaven and earth? *aid thR Lord" -'Jeremiah 23:24). The Lesson-Sernion also includes 'hn following passsse from the Christian. Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by, Mary Baker Eddy: "Spirit God, is infinite, all. Spirit can have •10 opposite" (pa«;o 27?). * * Dist, Supt. Speaks At Nazarene Church ,* Rev. W. B: JVal', district superintendent of the Abilene district church of the Mazarene, will preach in the local church here at the corner or North West and Bttsklef M-reets, each evening throughout the week at 7: 30 and at both services Sunday. Inspirational singing is directed by the local choir director, W. O. Colson. Virgil Moil Honored For Year's Service Last Sunday, February 3, marked the first anniversary of Mr. and Mm K. Virgil Mott at the Fifst Baptist churcn in Pampa. Rev. E. Douglass Carver presented the church gift, an RCA- phonograph, combination to the Motts In 'appreciation of the good work done in, the past. Rev. Carver, pastor, will preach Sunday morning on the subject: "in the Last Days." The choir;' will siiig: "Caved; Saved," by Hickmaii. The evening service will begin, at 7:30. The ordinance of. the Lord's SUpper will' be observed during the evening hour of worship. The study course which was to be held in the Central Baptist church February Ilth through 15th lias been postponed indefinitely. Subjects Announced For Sunday Sermons Rev. Rudolph Q. Harvey, pastor of- the Central Baptist church, has announced his sermon subject for Sunday morning as "The Uncon- demning Savior." Preceding the message there will be a. special double quartette number. The pastor will preach Sunday evenino; on, "A Dare Devil for Christ." W. L. Ayers, music di- rectori will feature a special message in song, to precede the sermon. Sxmdav night services will begin at 6.30 with Training Union classes for all ages. Ben A. Stephens is in charge of the union. Mlfk TfnttlWn eaceHme Year'46 tt. S. families will gtfjoy Incomes at $2,506 otv&bovi in MM; •tnte is abftut ttl6e & nmfiy A«8f- ican families' fts ever h&d equWai* ent buying power In any preMdinf pe&cetime year. The Irfcbmes of over 12 million of these families will be $3,,000 of. more; $2,500 is how the "acceleration point" atxjve which a rapidly increasing propWUon of income Is spent on '"prosperity goods," i.e. nohrnetesslties, according • td ' a study by Northwestern National Life Insurance company. Thus nearly half of all Ui S. fam-, iilies,— the half who own the bulk of the nation's 150 bliHori dollars in waf bonds arid- other savings,— will not need to dip. Intd those savings to be a mariCet-fof the flood of luxuries, semi-luxuries and.iternfe. for gbod' flving whldH- will : pour, oUfe of U. 8. factories in 1946, the- study says; It points out further that high wartime incomes were financed quite largely' out of government- borrowed money, Whereas probably by midyear the high 1946 incohie levels-; will be entirely financed by industrial, activity, as the government budget is. expected to come Into -approximate balance in the new fiscal year. The study cites Loughte "high-level consumption" analyses, demon? strating.that at living' cost levels of 1913, $1300. a year was the critical Income level above which, with necessities and basic comforts provided, income was spent at an accelerating rate for non-necessities, and luxuries. Using today's dollars, and after deduction of income taxes, a 1940 family of four must receive a gross income of approximately $2,500 in order to net the equivalent buying power of the 1913 family with $1,300 Income. The insurance Economists calculate that on .the ba.sls " of prevailing estimates of a 140 billion dollar national income in 10.46, and: on. the basis of previously demonstrated patterns of distribution of national • income, 45,8 per cent'. of U. S. families will receive incomes of $2,500 ar above in 1940; 37.1 per cent will receive $3,000 or more. As family income rnachns and passes .the "acceleration level," now approximately $2,500, percentages spent on food and clothing decrease. while proportion of income spent on home maihtenancei life insurance. recreation . and fyeallh; automobiles. and downright luxuries, increase 'in 'accelerating ratio. In the middle and late thirties, when the "acceleration 1 level" income was between $1,800 and $1,850 — ivc: at the then cost of living, it required $1;800*01,850, to provide the and comforts whicTi $i,3<St, would pay for in 1913—only one \3i 8. ffttnlly out of four enjoyed fin ifftfotne ftfoove this prosperity ftc- eelerttion level, the study pbihts out: Now the proportion is nearly pne'-half. Thus, the study concludes, without touching the nation's v"ttst backlog of savings, 1946 can provide out of current surplus family In- some, ah enormously greater market for all kinds Of prosperity goods and luxury -goods than that seen 'n any previous peacetime year. , , ffiftTmger Chatrrtfer of Coinlfterce at Pftmpa, and Mr. Bai- thrbpe.- and If ma Ftancis who sang aftd entett&ined the group, and the IScompniSt to the quartette, Ken fiennett, all of Pfempa. -•• --^» . We feel motorists must be discouraged in the strongest terms from the indiscriminate buying of tires where they are not absolutely necessary. T"ir~e conservation Will remain in order for many months. — From statement by Rubber Manufacturers Association. Pampans Give Program at Miami Meeting MIAMI, Feb. 8 (Special)— 1 Men's Service Glub met in regular Cession Tuesday evening in the Fellowship Hall of the Methodist church with a large attendanJe. After the dinner, the new president, Clark Mathers, introduced 'Doc' Pursley, and Mr. McGraw, and iuced a group from Pampa who prc- iente*l a program of-music and songs '•jy a chamber of commerce quartette, after whfbh Mrs. Oracle Hodge if Pampa formerly of Amarillo :poke before the group on Juvenile Delinquency and its source and prevention. Visitors present were J. W. Seitz, 'vho recently returned from over- eas service, and W. E. Fogleson, a •iow citizen and manager of the MJ- iml Lumber company; also Dr. R. A. Webb of Pampa gave a short talk on the prospective $750,000 hospital that he hopes will be built in Pam- ia, at 'O.n early date. •Among other visitors were Mr. Wilson and Mr. Johns of the Gull How To Relieve Creomulslon relieves promptly be^ cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen; and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottleof Creomulslon with the.un- derstanding you must like the way it, quickly, allays the cough or you are to have your money, back, CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis ' "ffte -VBwSSft fttttOt ->K-f—.£-—y -~ ' . i > ^fSif-tfjs v_W **£%, Sgfrff cQ«KvJt mSraftB aian&t ttre cftuuntinity can maice nim one by neglect.-&en. d*& , BfMSiy administrator of vetiat&lia t&ffift. CHEST CO MENTHOLATUM Announcement of Services FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 500 E. Kingsmill •SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10 Sunday School 9:45 a. m, Morning Worship 10:45 a. m. Morning Sermon Topic-- ll Mornl Freedom" Evening Sermon Topic-Unknown Saints' 0 . Young People's Meeting—5:45 p. nu We Invite You to Worship With Us JIM BROWN, Minister Ad Interim Lutheran Church to Study Church-Goers This Sunday, the fifth Sunday' after Epiphany, the sermon will, be i based on the text as found in.Mat- I thew 7, 24 to 29. .The theme of the ^discourse will be "Two Kinds of Church-goers." The Sunday school lesson for this Sunday is the story of the stilling of the tempest, which was one of lh(> miracles of Jesus. The adult vible alass will continue a discussion of the topic: "The prayer life of the Christian." The Lutheran hour is broadcast o"er KPDN uach Sunday at one o'clock. ATTEND CONFERENCE Rev. E. Douglass Carver and R. Virgil: Mott, pastor and •, director of musical education respectively at the First Baptist church, attended the pastor's, and Laymen's confer- erence at Wayland college in Plainview, the first of^ the week. Mr. Motti directed the music for the conference. ;The conference discussedi plans to launch simultaneous revivals in all the Baptist churches of the state. ' Rev. C, A, Powell, of Rule, Texas, delivered one of the principal addresses, an illustrated Bible lecture on "The Death of Christ." When you plan your'new home of the future—be sure it's all-electric. There are many electrical servants that can turn homes of drudgery into homes of leisure. look forward to seeing them soon, There's the electric range for instance—and its- automatic features; and tftei washing machine and ; ironer; the Refrigerator to keep your foods sweet and fresh; »nd the home*freefcer that will quickly freeze meat, fruits and vegetables fm o^of^ason eating pleasure, and the automatic water heater for an abundance of hot wate*, And, all of these appliances may be i operated with cheap electricity. SOUTHWESTERN

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