Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 20, 1935 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, September 20, 1935
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PAMf A BAIL* tfEWS, Pfti> ^ Te*8i PAGB FTV» , 0. Scott, MlnMtcr. Stmdsy nehool, fl-46 n. hi. ltfte service, 11 o'clock. Sermon , Preparation for « Blessing. T. 8. clones nicot at 7 p. m. vening worship, 8 p. m. Sermon subject. Receiving tlie Blessing. W« extend a hearty welcome to visitors Shd fnvlte your presence at all services. . rfOLY 30ULS CATHOLIC " . . "• Jbseph Wdnderly, pastor. • Sunday masses, B a. m. and 10 a. m. Children's Instructions, 4 p. m. Benediction, 4:45 p. m. Weak-day mass, 7:80 a. m. All are Invited to worship here. '• •' FUtL GOSPEL TEMPLE SOD 8. Cnyler. H. E. Comstock, pastor. Sunday school, 0:46 a. m. • Preaching. services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:4B. p. tn. C. A. S. meets at 6:45 p. m. A hearty welcome awaits you at all services. FIfcST CHRISTIAN CHURCH - John S. Mullen, minister. Corner E. Ktnusmill and N. Starkweather. 8:46 a. m. The Sunday school assembles by classes and departments. 11 a, m. Mornfnfr church worship. The Ixttd'B supper will bn observed Sermon subject: "How to Obtain Mercy." 6:45 p. m. Christian Endeavor groups meet. R :30 p. m. EvnnKcllstic service. Sermon subject i "Jesus Christ, the Dlvidine Line in Human Destiny." The male quartet will sing again. Please note earfier hour for night service, service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. E. Lancaster, pastor. Services will begin with Sunday school opening at 0:45 a. m. by departments. Morning worship beuinn at 11 a. m. "Workers from the First Baptist church will direct the Sunday school at Davis mission in the afternoon lit 2:30. B. T. .U. meeting at 6:4B and evening worship following Immediately at 8. The pastor will preach nt • both hours with special music' furnished by the choir in the morning and Sioux Indian singer, Geo. Wilson, will sing In the evening. Teachers and officers will meet Wednesday evening at 7:80 with information frotn the Census. Prayer service at 8 . followed with choir rehearsal at 8:45. Sept. 2fj w 8 tj'ciedfc, against tfrt blazing ot ?ftnhftf»3ie Ag- s of Otibffafefi, oHahofiKt. " Coaches Al Bftg&ti Mid Sob Co* are going 1 to prove to the fafis of West ¥e*ss thai they hivt a leant that can take the Aggies with, plenty to spate. Vhtif tt&Ueve that tftey have One of the best teams that ever wore a toaroon and white jer- sey, fttit th6y are."frbifi Missouri." , Th6 Teachers will feature a hard running attack starring Lwood Dow of Lttttefield, Prank Van fWy of Amarlllo, Vernon Johnson of Chll- drese, H. t>. Stewart of LePdrs, Floyd Murry of Floydadai feernie and . RonaJd Davis of Chlldress, Jcotton MeOehee of Wayside, Bay Cox of Vernon, Conway Butler of IHirkey, and tewis Gibson of Crewell ' . . These boys will do plenty bf mail carrying, but there will have to be a forward wall. The line will boast such boys as Toby Waggoner of Jfale Center, Stina Cain of Wheeler, Leo Jackson of Ploydada, Clinton Meek Of Gageby, John Uee of Amarlllo, R. D. Wheekwk of Silverton, Capt. John er of fcttdee, of ChildresS, Craig well, and Geo. Oaviness N. M. EVERYMAN'S BIBLE CLASS Everyman's Bible class meets at city hall at 8:46 with tencher, Rev. C. E. Lancaster, bringing the lennon from the 17th chapter of Acts. Men of all ages and business . find a hrarty welcome in this class and a warm hand shake awaits your attendance. We urge members to bring those - with whom you arc associated through the week and others who may be without transportation.—Class Officers. FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST, SCIENTIST 901 North Frost. "Matter" is the subject of the lesson- Bcrmon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, Sept. 22. The Golden Text is: "Blow ye the trumpet In Zion, and sound an alarm in tny holy mountain: let all the inhabitants of' the land tremble: for the day of the Lord Cometh, for It Is nigh at hand" (Joel 2:1). ''Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon is the following from the Bible: "Ye shall hear of wars and runtours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet" (Matthew 24'.6), : The lesson-sermon includes also the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "This material world is even now becoming the arena for conflicting forces. . . These disturbances will continue until the end of error, when all discord will bo swallowed up In spiritual Truth 1 ' (page 06). Sunday, It a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Reading room in church edifice open Tuesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p. m. The public Is cordially invited to attend our services and use the books in.our reading room and circulating library. FRANCIS AVI3. CHURCH OF CHRIST E. Francis at N. Warren. E. C. McKenzlc, minister. For the coming week, we announce the following program: Sunday—Bible school, with suitable classes for all who will come, 0:45 a. m. Sermon, tl a. m. Subject: "The Barren Fig Tree." Lord's supper, 11:45 a. m. Special classes for young people. 7 p. m. Sermon, 8 p. m. Subject: "Bible Salvation." . . , Monday—Men and boys training class, Tuesday—Ladies' week-day Bible class, 2:30 p. m. . Wednesday—Mid-week prayer and praise service, 8 p .m. . . . You are invited to come and enjoy these services with us. We are especially interested in those who have no .church home, or those who have no church pref- We are happy to announce that Brother Hoy E. Cogdlll of Dallas is to begin a two-weelr revival campaign with us on October 14. This outstanding evangelist was with us in a similar effort last year. This revival was one of the most success- full in the history of this congregation. We are anxiously looking forward to his coming again. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 500 N. Somervllle. Paul A. Thompson, minister. We take great pleasure In inviting everyone to attend the following services: Sunday—Bible study at 8:46, preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p. m., communion at 11:46, young people's classes at 7:15. Tuesday—Development class meets at 8:16, a new class for all, teaching us to Break before the public and how to sing. Bro, A. C. Cox will be in charge. • Wednesday—Ladies' Bible class at 3 p. in., mid-week meeting at 8:15 p. m. All are urged to come. McCULLOUGH-HARRAH M. E. • Lance Webb, minister. Sunday school, 0:46, at both churches. Morning service at McCullough, 11 a. m. • Beginning a sermon series on the topic. Paths to Power, with a talk on Seeing the Invisible. ,,,10 Evening service at Harrah chapel, 8 p. m. Sermon subject, The Forgotten Curse. Pageant, The Murk of Cam. Young people meet at McCullough, 7:16. Junior ijtory hour at both churches, 'iff, M. S. meets at both churches Mon- d8 FeHowahl°P night at McCulloueh Wed- .nesday and at Harr»h Thursday, 8 p. m. The study will be from Gen. 13 and 14. • You are welcome for all services. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ' Frost at Browning. . . i,. Burney Shell, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. OhTistinri .JJndeavor, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. N Special music by the ehoir, sermons by the pastor morning and evening. 'The public is cordially invited to worship with us. ; • •' MEN'S FELLOWSHIP CLASS • First Baptist Church, Sunday we stud^ A Treatise on Practical Christianity as suggested by James. Wje invite men to meet with us. Our pro- liram for the 'das ehour follows: •* Songs i prayer, I". G. Cecil; devotional, - A. B. Kitchen; song, I Need Thee; A life Counsellor, A. O. Trammel; Wisdom from Above, 3. U. Williams: son?, Touch 0/?HU Hand; To tho Christians, T. L. 'VXnwnoni Practical Christianity, E. 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