The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 26, 1969 · Page 4
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4 Jfhr lagtgga »n« Sunday. January 26. 1969 Baptist Evangelism Conference Is Scheduled By Association Dr. Kalph Langley. pastor of Willow Meadows Baptist Church. Houston, will be the leatured speaker at the opening session of the San Jacinto Baptist Association evangelism conference Jan. 30 at Central Baptist Church. Memorial Church Sets Baptist Men's Service Memorial Baptist men will take the lead in the 7 p.m. service. Russell Colburn. prt.iiduni of Memorial's Bap! ist Men. will preside. Four men will speak as lul'im.i "The Crusade of the Americas . Orel Barnes. "flic Pioneer Mission Area VVi.rk . (.' A. Winmngham; "Trte Kiu Grande- River Ministry", Leon Brown: h:\angclLsm". Bruce Beaugh. I'm- Men's Chorus will occupy me cnoir tun during the service a;;d '•'. lii meet for rehearsal at 5 As she 11 am service. Dr. W. Edwdrci Thiele. pastor, will -peak on 'Christian Non- L'i.;isi<>rmiiy". taking his text ir»rr. Romans V'2.1-2. Dr Thiele. Rev. G. I. Nielsen, KI.-V Han .N'eal. T A Fain and Brute Beaugh returned Saturday aiternrxjn from Peach Cteek Encampment where they attended a Pastors -Laymen's Rein-it Friday night and Saturday morning. Mr.i Thiele and Mrs. D R. Butler and a group of YWA's a'tendeci an asiocialional Y\VA prayer retreat at Peach Creek Fri'lay night and Saturday. He 1 . Nielsen will be in Corpus Cfirihti next week leading the Ltiidale Baptist Church in a Sunday School Enlargement i 'ampaign The Kathleen Mallory Society •A til meet with Mrs. H. C. Moore, _'ij r » Scott. 7:30 p.m Monday. The Judson Society is sponsoring a "Pantry Closet", where slaple toods may be brought throughout the year to be given to needy lamilies Anyone wishing to contribute to this project may do so by bringing their gifis by the church office. The Deacons will have their regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m Monday. The Young People will meet in the Fellowship Room on Friday night for a Decorating Party" in preparation for the Sweelhearl Banquets lo be held on Friday and Saturday nights, Feb. 14 and 15. The RA s will meet al b p.m. Thursday at the Second Baptist Church Gym for basketball practice. The Men's Basketball team will play al 9 p.m. Thursday at the Cedar Bayou gym. Coady Baptist Has Observance Of Men's Day Coady Baptist Church will observe Baptist Men's Day, Sunday. Sunday schools start at j:4.) a.m.. worship service at lu:4.") a.m. Testimonies will be given by Elbert Lawson and .Steven Istre. Rev C. E. 'God's Chosen Meadows will present the message Vessel.' Jerr> Gregory, choir director. will direct the Sunday morning men's choir. devotional in the Sunday school hour will be presented by Charles Cornelius. Night services will start at 5:30 tor Framing Union. Charles Cornelius will bring the message lor the worship hour which starts ai it.M p m Carol Jennische, Adnen Kaymer and Her by Pugh * til give their testimonies at this ,'iour Wednesday night services will .-jiarl at tj.;i() p.m. with the GA's, Sunbeams, and YWA's, the discussion group will meet at 7 .ct p m to continue the book of Isaiah In this group are: Rev. Mi.-ac!ov, s. Adnen Raymer, Charles Cornelius, Betty Hoilingshead and Bernice XV arner St. Joseph's Epistle Set For the third Sunday after Epiphany at St. Joseph's, the epistle is taken from Romans 12:16-21 and the.gospel from Matthew 8:1-13. Masses will be celebrated by Monsignor J. P. O'Suliivan, Father T. Palmieri and Father J. LeDuc. Lectors will be Walter Zeglin at 5:30 a.m.. Richard Worth at 7 a.m.. Steve Hebert at 9:30 a.m., Richard Moravek at II a.m., Marlin Moore at 12:15 p.m. and Larry Haynes at 5:30 p.m. Religion classes for public students are from 9 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. each Sunday following a special students' mass at 8 a.m. Members of the CYO will attend a district meeting at Nassau Bay. They will leave the church at 2:30 p.m. and return about 10:30 p.m. Fee for attendance is SI.50. Home and School Association will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the school auditorium. "Catholic Education and its Future in the Galveston - Houston Diocese" will be the topic of discussion with Dr. Francis Yeager as the guest speaker. Dr. Yeager, a, graduate of the University of Minnesota, is a professor at the University of Houston and president of the Board of Education for the Galveston Houston Diocese. Adult education program at 7:45 Wednesday in the auditorium with a film shown and discussion following. On Sunday, Feb. 2, Father Jacques Weber of the Diocesan Adult Theology Center will visit at St. Joseph's and deliver the sermon at the 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. masses. At 7:30 p.m. he will conduct a follow-up The conference, which is in preparation for the Crusade of the Americas, will be continued Friday. Beginning at 7 p.m. each night, the theme will be "Christ the Only Hope." Bible study will be led each night by Dr. Arthur Travis, former pastor of the Gambrell Street Baptist Church, Fort Worth. He is now on the faculty of Houston Baptist College, in the Division of Christianity. Dr. Langley, speaker and author, has been pastor in Houston since 1958. He is a frequent speaker at religious conventions, college campuses, and focus weeks. Other features at the conference will include special music by the Second Baptist Church choir and a testimony by Rev. Salvidor Garcia, LaPorte pastor. Rev. Mickey Bonner, Houston evangelist, will be the featured ipeaker Friday night. DR. RALPH LANGLEY BISHOP K. COPELAND Bishop Kenneth Copeland Is Grace Methodist Guest Bishop Kenneth Copeland will preach at Grace Methodist Church Sunday morning. The service will begin at 10:45. The Rev. Jester White, Galveston District Superintendent, will be Miss Jacqulyn Anderson To Lead Library Clinic There will be an associational- wide library clinic at Wooster Baptist Church beginning Monday and continuing through Thursday. There will be classes from 7 a.m. until 9 a.m. and the workshop hours will be held from 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. each day. Study course credit for he study of the Church Library Development Plan will be given to those taking the course. Miss Jacquelyn Anderson, x>ok selection specialist, from the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention will direct the clinic. A native of Georgia, Miss Anderson is a bachelor of arts graduate from Tift College, h'orsyth, Ga. She has a master of library science degree from George Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville. of his sermon auditorium. in the school CV Trustees Hold Up On Sale Of School Bonds K> \1LRIL JIAKT CHAXNELVIEW >Sp> — No .n.'iKin 'Aa.s taken by Chan- nduew School Board members nit >ale of school bonds after >>upi I (.'. Crenshaw recommended the board "wait and .ice what the legislature will do concerning the Governor's ' 'ommiitee Report on Education. \'i\t; bonds under discussion are tor the second phase of a .icnuol K>uiidmg program voted in i'Wj The sale of the bonds will make 11 necessary to increase school taxes from the present role ol Si 6<> per $100 valuation on 'ff.i pt-r cent of the actual market value The Legislature is in session now. Supt Crenshaw told the Ex-Baytonian Is Academy Hopeful Michael Edward Denton. lormerly ol Baytown, is among •y> Texans named by Sen. John Tower to compete for two ap- pomlment vacancies to the U.S. Air Force Academy Nominees were chosen from approximately 2iX) applicants on ihe basis of their performance on Ihe Civil Service designating examination. They will undergo iurlhtr academic anil physical leslmg by the Air Force- Academy before the final selection. Denton is attending Roosevelt High School and will graduate in June. His parents are Sgt Maj. and Mrs. James E. Denlon of San Antonio, who formerly lived at l-W Kalherine here. Denton is tin: nephew of Mr. and Mrs. F. A Of'lit on. :M N. Seventh. board Tuesday night. "I wonder if this is the time to move." The superintendent indicated thai there may be help for districts such as Channelview from the state. With the governor's recommendations the local fund and imancial structure of every school will be affected. "Those schools that are paying nearer ihe maximum of actual value, as Channelview is, are ihe schools that will benefit most and directly in proportion lo the local effort expended The committee recommendations if tallowed would have an equalizing effect over the state of Texas." Crenshaw said. He added thai new classrooms are needed in Channelview and lhat action on the bonds must not .• delayed long The board accepted 16 books trom Mrs. James C. Hunter, 1J4J5 Anoka, Channelview, for he elementary school and $75 worih of books from the Channelview Civic Club lo Cobb Elementary School. Wooster Baptist Tells Plans For Laymen's Sunday Layman's Sunday will be observed at Wooster Baptist Church by a special morning message to the men by Rev. Hugh M. Lindsey, pastor. In the night service R. A. Wolfe, Jr. and M. A. Holland, Jr. will report on the evangelistic conference. The men of the church will fill the choir. On Tuesday, Jan. 28 the WMS leadership course will be taught by Mrs. Abe Hiebert in the fellowship hall from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Mrs. S. D. Ellisor, Jr. will teach the G.A. Leadership course at the same time and place. A covered dish luncheon will be shared at noon. Rev. Lindsey will teach "Studies in Isaiah" beginning Feb. 3. The young people of the church are sponsoring a recipe book to be compiled and sold to defray expenses for their trip to the Rio Grande Valley this summer. Alliance Church Sermon Subjects Told By Pastor The sermon topics for the Sunday services of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church of Baytown have been announced by the pastor, Curtis L. Pace. The title for the message of the 10:55 a.m. service is, "The Worship-Service of Giving." The message for the 7 p.m. service will be "The Christian Evidence of Good Works." The Alliance church also conducts a Sunday school which begins at 9:45 a.m. The Alliance church meets regularly in the Electrical Workers Union Hall, 1219 N. Pruelt. Prior to joining the Board's church library department staff in Oct. 1956, Miss Anderson served several years on the staff of First Baptist Church in Griffin, Ga. She also has served in various types of denominational work for her home slate, particularly, as a teacher for study courses in numerous church and associational training schools. MISS JACQUELYN ANDERSON present also and have a part in the service. Bishop Copeland was elected Bishop in 1960 and served for eight years in Nebraska. In July of 1968 he became Bishop of the Texas Conference with headquarters in Houston. He was born in Arkansas and reared in Oklahoma. He has been a minister for College communities, county seat towns and large metropolitan centers. He was pastor of the Travis Park Methodist Church in San Antonio for eleven years. Bishop Copeland is serving as president of the World Division of the General Board of Missions. He holds five honorary Doctor degrees and serves on five College and University boards. He and Mrs. Copeland have traveled in thirty foreign countries. Mrs. Copeland will accompany the Bishop to Baytown. Sunday night activities begin at 5:30 with a snack supper. The Junior High and Senior High MYF program will begin at 6. The night service beings at 7. Rev. Asbury Lenox will preach on "When God Can't Be Silent." The Women's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild will have an International Dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday. This foreign foods buffet will include dishes from Italy, Mexico, Germany. France, America and Hawaii. CHURCH NEWS Trinity Episcopal Begins Confirmation Instruction San Antonio Is Among Best Lighted Gties SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The Alamo City Is one of the best lighted cities in America with more than 28,000 expressway, arterial and residential lights in service, a spokesman for the City Public Service Board reports. The street lighting program ha.s been a project of the board ever since it was organized In 1942. It has an annual budget of (500,000. Morning Prayer Sermon Slated At All Saints' All Saints' Episcopal Church will observe the third Sunday after Epiphany with a service of morning prayer and sermon at !l a.m. The Vicar, the Rev. Peter Katt, will conduct the service and preach the sermon. John G. Walmsley will read the Psalms and lessons for the day. Ushers are Richard Whaley and Dr. Douglas Relyea. Mrs. Horace E. Smith and Mrs. Raymond F. Tickner will have the care of the altar. Hostess for the coffee hour is Mrs. Douglas Relyea. flagbearers Acolytes are Carl and Currie, Richard Patton. The Clrurch School and Adult Bible Class meet al 10 a.m. At 8 a.m. there is a plain celebration of the Holy Communion at which Michael Massey will assist the priest at the altar. Two series of confirmation instructions will begin Sunday at Trinity Episcopal Church. The session for the young people will be al3 p.m., with the adult group meeting al 7 p.m. The Rector, Rev. P. Walter Henckell, will conduct the classes on the teaching, history, and practice of the Church. The men will have a corporate communion and breakfast at 8 a.m. The Rector will be the celebrant, with James Harrop as epistoler, and David Dignam as acolyte. E. L. Roberts and John D. Longnecker will serve as ushers, and Miss Marsha Seale will be the organist. Family Eucharist is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. with the Rev. F. Philip Dignam, assistant minister, as celebrant. Walter B. Mabe will be episloler, with Stephen Villemez, Joe Philips, James Gordon, George Godfrey, Criss Dippel, John Cantrell and David Timmons as acolytes. John H. Maxwell and Leonard Stasney will be ushers. The Junior Choir, with Mrs. Stanley Fisher as organist-director, will sing. The Parish Choir, directed by Richard Bain, with Miss Seale as organist, will sing at the 11 a.m. service. The assistant minister will preach the sermon. Stephen M. Linscott and Charles E. Houghton will be the lay readers. Richard McManis, John Russell, Frank Williams, Robert Furgeson and Jerome Zierlein will be acolytes. H. N. Love and Fred A. Railsback will be the ushers. Mrs. B. F. Troxell, Mrs. R. E. Oliphant, Mrs. Nelson Longnecker and Mrs. W. L. Haynes will care for the Altar. Mr" and Mrs. R. C. Halter will be hosts for coffee time. Trinity Guild will meet at 2 p.m. Monday and St. Cecilia's Guild at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Jehovah's Witnesses Slate Bible Lecture A free public Bible lecture will be given at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1305 Hawthorne. Following this Bible discourse, a group Bible study will be held on the subject, "Do Not Forget All His Doings," based on Psalm 103:2. Other meetings this week include the congregation Bible studies at 8 p.m. Tuesday and the weekly ministry school and service meeting at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Kingdom Hall. KEEPING TRIM with sJimnartk* at U* Community Building •re Pefffy Sibley, instructor, Mrs. R. Verne Lehmberf, Mr*. Refufk> Martinez and Mrs. EulaJU Rodrtquez. Classes wilt be held daily according to demand. Registration is Monday and the fee is $2. (Sun Photo) Sermon Subject Told By Pastor For St. Paul's "The How In Starting to be a Christian" will be the title of the Rev. Robert D. Joiner's sermon (or both the 8:20 and 10:50 a.m. services Sunday at St. Paul's Methodist Church. This sermon will conclude the series "So You Would be a Christian" at St. Paul's during January. Ushers for the early service will be Leon Emanuel and Wendell Kohl and ushering for the 10:30 a.m. service will be Archie Colburn, Bruce Mills, Ted Watson, Robert Funderburk and Larry Lipps. Church School will begin at 9:30 a.m. A class in Methodism for adults is offered at 5:45 p.m. Sunday at the church. The class, although primarily for prospective members, is open to all who would desire to learn about the United Methodist Faith. The final revival meeting will begin at 7 p.m. with Rev. Joiner ^resenting the sermon. Senior ugh choir will lead the singing and Rev. Joiner announced ndividuals may help select their avorile hymns for the revival time. First Christian Has School Of Religion First Christian Church will begin a School of Religion at 7 p.m. Sunday and continuing each night through Thursday. Guest lecturer will be Dr. William R. Baird, Jr., Professor of New Testament at Texas Christian University. The School, sponsored by the Education Department, will be an introductory study of the New Testament. The course will deal with such questions as: What authority does the Bible have for us? What can we know about the life and teachings of Jesus? Does Jesus' idea of the Kingdom of God have meaning for the modern world? Was Paul the true founder of Christianity? How are his letters to ancient cities relevant for the church today. Topics of discussion each night are: "Word of God and Words of Scripture; Monday, "Gospels and the Gospel"; Tuesday, "Jesus and the Kingdom"; Wednesday "The Life of Paul"; Thursday, "Paul and His Letters." Dr. Baird is a graduate of Northwest Christian College, University of Oregon, Yale Divinity School and Yale Univer- New Officers Installed At St. Paul's Lutheran New officers of St. Paul's ,utheran Church will be installed at the family worship service at 10:15 a.m. Sunday. Richard Guy is the new president and Jon Pfennig will installed into the office of vice president. Other officers to be installed are E. H. Eschenburg, financial secretary; M. Doppelhammer, secretary; A. R. Lorfing and Hoya Ash, deacons; and L. R. Ffrench, elder. Officers of the ALC Men will also be installed at the service. To be installed are Roy 'Escape Clause' Is Presbyterian Sermon Subject "The Escape Clause," based on Genesis 3:8-24, will be the sermon topic of the Rev. Burnette W. Dowler at both the 8:30 and the 11 a.m. services Sunday at the First Presbyterian hurch. Sunday Church School and adult education classes will begin at 9:30 a.m. The night fel- owships, both Junior High and Senior High, will meet at 6:30 p.m. The Tuesday morning adult education class will meet at 10 a.m. with Rev. Dowler leaching the course on "How Children ^earn." Children's Choir will rehearse at 4 p.m. Tuesday and the Chancel Choir at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The committee for overseas packing will meet at the church at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday to Drepare packages for mailing to those in the Armed Service. Items needed for this purpose are: personal articles, homemade cookies, sports magazines, stationery, shoestring potatoes, etc. Mrs. Douglas Jackson serves as chairman of this work. Circle II of United Presbyterian Women will meet in the nome of Mrs. Kingston Adams, 1904 Raintree at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Cochrum, president; Dr. W. Jrueck, vice president; Gordon mith, secretary; Gilbert fiereck, treasurer; and James icCoy, chaplain. "To Suffer and Survive" is the iubject of the sermon by the Rev. Harold 0. Bomhoff at the amily worship service at 10:15 a.m. The title of the children's sermonette will be "The Eye- Wilness." Subject of the pastor's Bible lass study at 9 a.m. is "God's realive Word of Forgiveness." The Christian Service league meets at i p.m., the Junior Choir at 7 p.m. and the Senior Choir at :15 p.m. Wednesday. Junior nstruclion meets at 9 a.m. laturday with make-up work for Jighth graders only, at 4 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. Harold 0. Bomhoff was in Austin this week at- ending the three-day theological conference for all Lutheran clergymen of Texas. Pastor Jomhoff is chairman of the Metropolitan Houston Lutheran lergymen's Association, which meets monthly. CB Methodist Church School Begins Service Church School, with classes or all ages, will open activities at Cedar Bayou United Method- st Church at 9:40 a.m. The morning service will begin at 0:50 with Rev. Roy L. Felder jreaching, using as his sermon .opic, "Our Missionary God." Ushers for the morning and night services will be I. L. Burns, Roy McCormick, W. T. Hardison, Eddie Going, Terry Blackwell and R. E. Casey. The youth wili be served a snack supper at 5:30 p.m. and at the same hour the Church-Wide Study will be held, with classes for all age groups. The service will begin at 7 p.m. with Rev. Feider preaching. At 7 p.m. Monday, Scout Troop93 and b Pack 93 will meet al the church. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, the Methodist Men will meet, with M. B. Carter as chairman of the serving committee and Jack Fowler on the entertainment committee. The Wesleyan Service Guild will host the Women's Society of Christian Service at 6:45 p.m., at which lime a salad supper will be served in the church parlor. Mrs. Bonnie Hazel Martin will present the program. The Bible Study Group and the Lay Witness Group will meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday for the study and discussion sessions. Choir Rehearsal will be at 7:30 p.m. Lesson Sermon Titled Truth' Is Scheduled "Lord, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? who shall dwell in thy holy hill? He that walketh uprightly, and worketh righteousness, and speaketh the ruth in his heart" This verse, which is part of the Christian Science Lesson - Sermon tillec •Truth," will be read in all Christian Science churches this Sunday. At First Church of Christ, Scientist, 3406 Nevada, services will begin at 11 a.m. Other readings wilt be from the denomination's textbook •Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES FIRST CHURCH or CHRIST, SCIENTIST NEVADA AT MICHIGAN BtWDAY SERVICE—11: AJC 8TJXDAY SCHOOl^-ll: A-BC. WodnowUy, Bfcetlnr—8: PJC. READING ROOM 10 N. ASHBB. STREET Monday Throarh Friday 1*:M AJk—4.M PJC SATURDAY 1* A.M. to 1 PJf. ALL. ARE WELCOME The Church of Christ 7th St & Word Rd. Service* Sunday 10:30 cun. &&00: Wed. 7:00 Hear "Bible Truths" Sunday at 8 ajn. oo KWBA. Phone 422-9696 Church of God 2211 K. Main You An CortfteUr tavtto* T* Attnrf... WanMp Yotrth Socvte* T»e«. KKyta sity Graduate School where he received the Prior lo joining TCU, he was Professor of New Testament at Lexington Theological Seminary and Association Professor of New Testament and Church History at Phillip's Graduate School. An invitation is extened to all members of all churches to attend the school. Dr. Baird will be guest speaker at the morning service Sunday. Rev. B. D. Visbet, Jr., minister of First Christian Church, will be worship leader, assisted by Dr. W. T. Jones, Jr. and 0. H. Ficklin at he communion service. T. L. Satterwhite will be deacon chair- nan. Youth groups will meet Sunday night. Chi Rho at 5 p.m. and CYF at 6 p.m. Christian Women's Fellowship will have a general meeting a I 9:30 a,m. Tuesday. KEV. WILLIAM BAWD JU. Service Set At St. Mark's The Rev. Leslie LeGrand will preach on "How To Stop Troubles From Overcoming You" at the 8:40 and 10:55 a.m. services at St. Mark's United ilethodist Church. The Senior High MYF will join with the Senior Highs of other area Methodist Churches at 3 >.m. Sunday for a viewing of the ilm "The Bridges of Toko-Ri." Discussion of the film will follow he showing in the fellowship hall of Grace Methodist Church. Because of this special Area Meet- ng of the Senior High MYF there will be no youth choir rehearsal at SL Mark's this Sunday. The Junior High MYF will meet at 6 p.m. for their program. The third and last study session on the Gospel of John will be conducted during the night services beginning at 7 p.m. Rev. Pace wiU lead this study entitled: 'Come To Life!" Os Wednesday, all Church Schcct Ccariers a.nd officers will have i g-oar^i workers con- ferecc* 'i&itr cbe leadership of Dr. Rcc-er. S-scas. Rev. Leslie LeGra&i azc R*v Rudy Pace. The geoeral sessile will be from to S p.rrx arc sv departments from i to 3' 30 o a Support Your Church IAYTOWN KIWANIS CLUB Assembly Of God Wekomes You 3220 Hwy. 144 (AJftXAiuJtf Dr.) Bun. School — » 48 A.M. Wonhip — 11:00 A.M. Evening — 7:00 P.M. Wednewtey — 7:9e FJM. A FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH PMtar — J. R. Wood* Rr* Phone -- 422-4388 Church — 4K-O34 WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY Si MO Wonhip lliOO Memorial Baptist Church 400 W. STERLING BATTOWN. TEXAS SBWCiS \ with: Evangelist John Gilbert • Grtcrt Gospel Messages • Sod Stirring Musk —Beginning Sunday, January 26 7 p.m. Ntte»y-Exc«pt Saturday Trinity Tabernacle 1001 LUbH J. J. Krimmor, Church Directory ASSEMBLY OF GOD TRINITY TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OF. GOD J. J. KRIMMER, PASTOR Sunday School 9:45 a.m.—Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. Youth 6:00 p.m. Revival Tim* Service 7:00 Timday WMC 9:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. 1008 E. Lobit Baytown CHURCH of CHRIST THIS IS YOUR PERSONAL INVITATION TO ATTEND SOUTH MAIN CHURCH OF CHRIST E. D. GREEN, MINISTER SUNDAY IIBLE STUDY 9-00 A M WORSHIP ;? T SINGING CLASS NIGHT SERVICE '. WORSHIP ,. LADtES B1BLC CLASS '.'.'.'.:". a.f Q A M SOUTH MAIN AND CLEVELAND 427 1281 YOUR FAfTH Sun wil h«v» « w««kh, wjwch wil my* tt» church*, in rh, kythcn'arM. For Woon^wn en hew your church m*y b« f«t.d in thh tfV r»cfery phon* ColUvn D*an at 422-8307.

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