Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 13, 1947 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, June 13, 1947
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CONGRATULATIONS TO I. C. DANIELS MOTOR CO. ON THEIR FINE NEW BUILDING M. M. RUTHERFORD Phone 1016 To Rent, Buy or Sell, Use a Classified Central Churcfi of Christ Evdhgelist R. L. Andrews, (above) Cnllman, Alir. will be guest evangelist at the Central Church of Christ for a scries of Gospel sermons during the week of June 15-22. Paul Andrews, Tampa. Fla.. will direct the singing for this meeting. There are six of the Andrews brothers and all are preachers. The public is cordially invited by L. H. Andrews, local minister, to attend these meetings which will begin at thu morning service at 1 o'clock Sunday. nnd will contimu that evening at 8 and every week day at' 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Bibli study Sunday morning will be helc at 0:-15. Mr. Andrews will be heard ove Radio Station KPDN at 8:15 to 8:3C a'.m., Monday through Friday, anc 11 to 11:15 a.m. each Saturday. The Chinese often call the rick- sha "the foreign cart." because ii was fist invented nnd used by white nen. ,« jGuesi Preacher at Christian Church PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 93S S, Ordy St. Rev. ii. Ji. Davis, pastor. 9:45 a.m.. Sunday School; 11 n.m. Mornlns Worship: 6 p.m., BYPU; 7:30, Kvenlne Worship. McCULLOUGH MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH IHIO Alcoek, Charles T. Jnrkson, pastor, duti-eh .Sehool n:45 n.. m., !•;. M. Hunt, Hunt.; Alornine Vorslilp, 10:50; .M. V. F. croup meeliriK, 7:K> p. m.; ICvenhifr Service, S: Clioir re- hCflrsal, fl p. m.; WSf'S Wednesday, .1 p. m.; nnd Mid-week services, Wednesday. S p. m. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Rudolph Q. 1-farvpy, pastor, 513 13. Francis AVP. Rundny School 9:45 with I-iIoytl Satterwhlte, Kiinerintondpnt. Mornlnsr worship nt ' 11. Training Union for all .'IRPS nt 7, Floyd Crow, dlrprlor. Kvrnins worship at 8. WiUU mpots in eircles llrst. nnd third Wednesdays, and nt thp church on second fourth Wednesdays, at 2. Intermediate O. A.'s nnd R. A.'s, and Junior r,. A.'s and Tl, A.'s Wednpsdny nt 7:DO at the church. Wpekly tpach- prs nml officers meettnE Wednesday nt 7:W. "People's Power Nicht" at 8:15 Wednesday with tho Vonlli Choir furnishing music. Choir practice follows with W, lj. Avers directing:. THE NEW J. C. DANIELS MOTOR CO. Congratulations J. C ^^^^j THOMPSON GLASS & PAINT CO. 119 W. Foster Phone 1079 Good lighting means more than protecting the eyesight of your family, With electric service so inexpensive, and such attractive lighting fixtures available, better lighting will help "dress up" your home at a low cost. Just fill in and mail the coupon, or call your nearest Public Service office for a visit by a Public Service Company lighting specialist to tell you how to improve your lighting. He'll measure the light in every room of your home and provide ^»»»» M »»»»,»»»»*»L' you with valuable suggestions for better lighting ,.. and jremember . . . this service is absolutely ; Address. without charge to "j city—j. State. you, SOUTHWESTERN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. (Please Mail to Your Nearest Public Service Co. Office) Please send a representative to Advise me on better light- Name . , , W* «t» ttfing only In an sdvlspry capacity. Wo have npthing to fell bu» gpod electric wrvle». SOUTHWESTERN PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH and Xlmmr-r. Rev. Reort, pastor. Kumlny Holmol—.0:4.'; a.m. Morning worship—11 a.m. Evening wornlilj) Sunday—5:00 p.m. Bllilc study, Tuesday—7:,10 p.m. Prayer meeting, Kr!<lay—7:30 p.m. P. H. Y. S. —7:00 p.m. 032. Roberta. Phone 03-W. ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 707 W. Browning. Rev. Rdgar W. HPnfhaw, inlnistfr. Early Communions on the flr.«t, -icctmrl nnd fourth Sunaaya in each month. Sprvirp<< at 11 o clock on eanh hpcond and fourth Sundays. .Sunday Roliool f-vcry Sunday at Our,. Special s-T-rvic'-s oh Paints' Days as announced at the time of such services. UNITED CENTECOSTAL CHURCH J04B W. Brown St., J. 13. Hamilton, pastor. .Sunday school at 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 8 p.m. Ladlps Missionary service. Wednesday at 2 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday at 8 p.m. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Colored). 9:iri a.m. Sunday school. lO.-no a.m. morning worship. G p.m. B.T.U. 8 ii.m.—Evening worship service SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Coninv of nrnwnitiK ami 1'nrvimicp, ICcluard 1C. KoPllifr, . r pf»l N. Krosl. dis- irii.'t pasiiir. Ii si/lionl CVITJ- SiiiiinlMy at It) n. in. 1'ronrlilnn nt 11 :i. m. HARRAH METHODIST. CHURCH Hev. r.nidy M. AiloooU, pastor. Sunday Ht'lioul lipgln.i nt 9:45; morning worship, IQMi. Blhle ntudy and Youth f'VllowHhlps meet at C:no, anil evening worship nl 7:lii. .Services during the week Include prayer services, Wed- nernlay at 7 p.m. nnd tho Women's Society of Clirlnlltiti Service, Tuesday at 3 p.m. _i__ . 8T. MARK METHODIST CHURCH (Colored.) 400 W, Rim Ht. W. I^oiilB Smith, pastor. Sunday nchool—9:45. Morning wWshlp — 10:55. Kptvorth League—6:80. Kvenlnff worship—^7:30. Wednesday night—mid-week worship 7:30. KINGSMILL COMMUNITY CHURCH flw. Pearl Venldoy, pastor, Sunday scliofil nt. 10, mornliiR worship at 11, Yoiuii? People's .Soulnty nt (i:3fl, nvn- nl7iff worship nt 7:30, nnd mid-week prayer .sevlro VVediioMdny nt 7:30. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner West and KIngsmill streets, fl. Douglas Carver, pastor; Virgil Mott, education and music director. Sunday school 0:46. Everyman's class meets In City hall. Morning worship 10:55 o'clock. Service broadcasts 11-12, KPDN. Training Union at 7 p. m. Evening service al S o'clock. PRANCIS AVENUE CHURCH OF CHRIST Francis Avenue at Warran, J. P. Crenshaw, minister.' Sunday: Bible school 9:45 a.m.; preaching ana worship 10:45 a.m.: Drenching and evening worship. 7:80 B. m. •Wednesday; LiauieM' liiuie class i p.m. Weunesuay: Mid-week Bible study and prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. • CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 824 S. Barnes. Collins Webb, Pastor. Sunday School. !):45 n.m. H. C. Blackshear, superintendent. Morning worship, 11: Training; Union. (!:.'») ji.m, Travis White, director, Kvenlnp worship, 7:f.O. Youth fellowship Hour at clone of evening worship service. W.M.U. meets in circles second and fourth Mondays- and at the church first and third Mondays. Men's Brotherhood meets every first and third Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. Y. W. A., Intermediate R, A., Junior Tt. A., Junior G. A. and Sunbeams meet AVednesday evenings, 7. Intermediate G. A. meets In the homes of the members Wednesday afternoons, 4. Mid-weeH prayer- service, Wednesday, S p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Beauford A, Norrla, minister. 9:45 a.m.—Church school. 10:50 a.m.—Morn- Ing worship, Communion. 6:30 p.m. Youth Group meetings. 7:30 p.m.— Evening worship. CHURCH OF GOD Aubrey Mitchell 601 Campbell. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. rrenolilng li «.m. Willing Workers band 7:30 p.m; Preaching 8 p.m. Tuesday prayer service 7:45 p.m. Friday, young people's service with Charles Ackley, president, in charge 7:45 p.m. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN GOO N. Frost. Itev. Hussell Greene West, minister. 9:46 a.m. — Sunday Bchunl. 11 a.m.—Morning worship. 6:30 p.m.—Group meetings. 7:30 p.m.— Prayer meeting, Wednesday. CHURCH OF THE NAZJRENE North West and Uuckler. Elbert La- bourite, pastor. Sunday Bible school 9:45 a.m. Morning service 10:DO. Evangelistic service 8, Youth groups meet at 7:30. "The Church with the Friendly Heart." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Dr. Uooglas Kelso/i, pastor. 9:45 n.tia. —The church school. 10:45 a.m.—The nursery department. 11—Common worship. 7:30 p.m.—Tuxla Westminster Fellowship; THE SALVATION ARMY Capt. Beulah Carrol), commanding, Services will lie held nt lit 13. Albert. Wednesday—Services at 8 p.m. Sunday—Sunday school at 9:45; Morn- Ing worship at 11 a.m.; Young People's service, 7 p.m.; Evening serv- ce, S p.m. CENTRAL. CHURCH OF CHRIST 600 y. Somerville St. L. IT. Andrews, Minister Bible Study (classes for all ugeu>, 9:45 a.m.' Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. KvimiiiK Worship, S p.m. Men's Training Class, Monday 7:4* p.m. Ladles' Bible Class, Wednesday 3 j.m. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, § p.m. Radio Program Saturday 11 to 11:16 t.ra. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH 1210 Duncan St. K. fj. Young, pag- or. Sunday aphcipl at 10 a.m.. Church services at 11 FIRST MPT'HPPIST CHURCH Rev. H. Clyde'Smith, pastor. Church siihool for all age*'9:45 a.m. Arthur tf, Teed, Supt. Morning worship at 10:55 a.m. Junior high fellowship meets i:30 : p.m. Senior Department meets at !:?0 o'clock. Evefilng worship service n the sanctuary. nt 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST. COLORED 600 W. Glclahonia-A.v8., W. B. Moore, minister. Bible classes for all ages, 1:45 a.m'. Morning worship, singing vithout instruments, 11 a.m. Kventng worship, 7:3Q p.m. M|d.-wecl< jiible utudy and prayer meeting, Thursday, f:30 p.m. . HQI.Y §Q"uT5" CHURCH 918 W. Browning. Father O. W. MEeyer, pastor. Sunday Masses at 6, $, 10 and 11:30 a.ft. fta% mtissw are held a.t 1 and *• ft.w. Sunday, evening- at 8 p.m.—Miraculous Medal Noveny. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 9Q1 N. Frost. 8:iO a.m,, — Sunjto echopl; 11 a.m. Sunday service; g p/«S. Wednesday service. The reading r^otn In, tl^e church edifice Is «nsa 4ftUy> ' guRday, W^djvwtjlay, e ' SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON • Scripture; II Kinqs 23-31- 24:7: Jere- minh 36 By WILLIAM E. GILROY,* D. D. T IIP Northern Kim'iloni hnil fallen before HIP hovis ,,!' ..\ :; . vi-iii, nnil il- people, parried r.rr into!,. i,v ,|| s . pprs.-'tl. lind liiH-omi' "tin. !,,]•! T.-n 'I'ritiPs" nf hisrni-y. Tli<- K'iimdi.m nf .Tiulnh, r)r Kiimiti.iu I;IKII.»I nllndirr l:d; yi-ji !••-•. l.n; il ; .n',,n m ..i its dnwnriill nnd iln- i-vil.- ni it-- in-,,|I|P in l!;iliyl,,n. l-'nuii ih.-ii di.|'..:il nnd cxlli'. hinvi.\-..|-, ilh-ri- \vtis in I..n trlrirliuiK ri-iui'ii :uid M i-i-l>n|ldln«' t.f 'I'wii Ciiims must ] in mind if \VP fii'i- in history of thos'.. (iinc jtrt any iili-:i of Hi nffcrs 'tin \\-IH-M i Such l.-ysnn.-' .1 l>ivi|ir!:it<' fin CiUKida. fin- Mini dniiRi-i'N in lln-ir I'l'laUmi lo ihr ri-si ol' Ilin win-Ill. U'liiiloviM 1 wr- luivi- h:id, or »nit')it still ili-siri.. has IIPIMI in-i-voi-nhly | ( >si. A yri-.-il di'iil dopr'iirts ilium tlh' snirii ;iuii iir.'n'- tii'Ui JMd^'ni'Mit \\itli \vhi»-li \Vf nu-ct lliis now siliiiil ion. Tim two tilings to ivini'inli'-r .'11111111 Isr.'iPl'K .ufiiiiiiioii ,'iri' Dial HIP pro- plii'lK of HIP tInn' won> more Inipitr- Isint limn the liinns nnd tlml IVrnnl, loo, had lost nny Ivolalion it mlKhl havp lind, A pmnll (riliiil uroup in !!i«- fl i'n foro nilprs :ind pmpirps lind spt (Vir \\'orld rojif|i|pst ,-uid had no\\- coniP n. Ivinpriloin siiu.'ilr-d hi'l\v*'i'ii Brent. I'ontpndiiiK powoi'.- 1 .. II W:IK al- \vays, lliprofor^, in physirsil dnnpfpr of nllyiiiK' ltsi>lf will) OHM ap,-aliiKt thf other nnd uf thn I'onsp'UK.'iu'i's of innlc- iiiB a wi'ons choii'o. Tho ambition of kiims, who«p 1m- trnynl of their jipn)i) ( > \nli/ idolatry and olliPf ovlls showd moral ivcali- nf>KR and nnfltnoss Lo KOVIMMI, mndo thin dntiKPr all HIP Rivntpr. It was nndnr thp.sp i-lrriimstaiifps that thp prophets tirpeil ,'iR'ainst PII- tnnelinK alliiiin'pK and nppc.ilf-il Vor a hip;li InteRTlty in Israel itself. The propiiols eoiild not alter Israel's physical situation, tiny more ihnn we can niter our "aim world" silinnioi'. today. It Is O'lUe piiKslhle tiial even :i hlg-hly moral and spiritual Integrity mlirlit not have spread Israel a fate of ninrtyrdom. But \viuil n different- fate it would have been from soliw Pampa News) Friday, June 13, 1947 tiirr-s" by Mary Baker Kddy: "The divine Mind tlint made mnn main- PAGE tains His o",n imngp nnrl llkpness" 151). The U. H. Department of Agri- cultiirc has doveloppd a vaccine for t.lit- prpvontion of bovine Bang's disease. Il Is ivrt n cure. lie- nut be- Pnul Campbrll. fabovp). special nssisirim to the pre.~iclent of T. C. U. i Fort. Worth, v.ill jjroncli for both cervices ai Die First Christian Church next Sunday. I-'or his morn- ins spniion Mr. Campbell will USP the subjeet "Partuprsliiii wiih God.": Hiitl in the evening he will prenr-h on I "Divinely United". ' For over 14 years Mr. Campbell) \v:is pastor oi the First Christian j Church at WraLhiirford, where hi'.' work met with unnstml .success. He) was called to the. staff of T. C. U .Tan. 1. 10-15 a/; director of the "Liv- inu Endowment Prom-am." Christian Science Services Sunday "God the Preserver of Man" i.s the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in nil Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, June 15. The- Golden Text is: '.'The Lord is mv strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him. niitl 1. am helped" (Psalms 128:7). Among the citations which comprise tile. Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Thou hast granted nnj life and favor, and thy visitation hath preserved my spirit" (Job 10:12). Tht. 1 Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- \'»"liai is niori' In (lie [mini, t in- ilown in weakness :n»l tin! .inly real home ,,f l.-.ra.>rs safety nnd eoiih-ihiition In Hie nailoiis lay in I he liivHPrva t ion ni' lier iiile^ril ^•. internal luinur and honesty avoidance uf intri- fiiies and enlaiiKlenients, and wise diplomacy would have lieen her proper eoui'se. Isn't tiiat (lie coui>e our eonntres should be following' today'.' G 6 R LS! here's a chance fo find out if the hoy friend is really a man ... or just a mmifir . . . Yes, you'll be scared when you see this . . . SHOCK- P. MYS? Friday, 13fh, Prevue Touighi A ll!ls AT 7TIE TICKETS NOW ON SALK AT THE LAXORA P. M. NO ADVANCE JN PIUCES! DID GOD, FLOODS «- CYCLONE On Soft Cushioned Religion, 11 a. m. "The Devil Is a Sissy," 8 p. m. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School for All Ages, 9:45 a. m. Training Union for Whole Family, 7 p.m. "Wednesday Night" "The People's Power Night," 8:15 p. m. "Who wrote the Rible? Where did U come from?" Follow the Crowd to a Soul-Winning Church'. Going up to Hear Rudolph Q. Harvey FRANCIS AVENUE CHURCH OF CHRIST 622 E. Francis Morning Sermon Topic: "Christ Answers His Critics" Evening Sermon Topic: "True Wisdom" J. P. Crenshaw, Minister SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES Bible Study 9:45 a. m. w Worship Hour 10:43 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY SERVICES Ladies' Bible Study 3:00 p. m. Bible Study 7:30 p. m. Men's Training Class 8:00 p. m. THURSDAY SERVICE * FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .Corner KingsmilJ and West E. Douglas Carver, Pastor Where Visitors Are Never Strangers 11 A. M.— "A Father's Stewardship OF UFE" E. Douglas Carver This service broadcast over KPDN, Sunday Evening (< A Memorial Tribute" E. Douglas Carver Friday evening, June 13th at 7:30 the VacaJion Bible School Commencement Program, Sunday, Juue J5lh, Is Father's Day TODAY and SATURDAY! KIDDIES! See This Feature and Serial At the BIRTHDAY CLUB SAT. MORN Cluiptcr 15 "Son of the Guardsman" ••HHnMUBHHMMBgMflMBBH TODAY AND SAT. WITH PLENTY OF THICKS FOft TH£ CH1CKSI Chapter No. 1 JACK ARMSTRONG ^^^^^^MMM>«MMH|^^HHHMM TODAY AND SAT. 'ZfmTi, TO/Cf 2&RUH CROWN ROARING MSf WITH ALL US THRILLS!

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