Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 27, 1961 · Page 2
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PAMPA BJULV NEWS 'ffttDAV, Ofcta§£R », till. 54th VEAJ8 Challenge To Gomffijimsm First Methodist Sublet "Christianity's challenge to Communism" will be the sermon topic discussed by the pasior, Hubert Br*lcher, it th* two morrv Inf services. The 8:30 a.m. service is broadcast over radio station KPDN. The special music for the *:30 service will be the anthem, "I Sing A Song of the Saints of God" by Hopkins sung by the Junior Choir., The Sanctuary Singers will sing two anthems, "Prayer of Saint Francis" by Wright and "0 How Amiable" by Vaughan Williams for the 10:55 service, The Primary Choir will also sing for the 10:55 a.m. service. Sunday Evening Fellowship will be held at 6:00 p.m. with a light supper for the entire family in Fellowship Hall. At 6:30 p.m. children, youth, and adults will, separate for one hour of planned activities according to interest and needs. The Adult Evening Bible Study will continue with Mrs. Frank Stalling!? teaching and will be held in the Friendship Class- Central Baptist To Hear Guest Rev. Staytftrt Jones, until recently pastor of First Baptist Church, Glendive, Montana, will Special organ ttcltal presented supp iy the pulpit Sunday at Cen- by Tom Atkin from 7:00 to 7:30 trat Baptist Church in the ah- p.m. held in the church sanctuary. scnce O f (ne pas i or . the Stindtfy night service at | £ ev j ones is the son of Mr. room. :30 will be conducted by the pas or who will speak on the subject, 'Serendipity.' The special music or the ,Sunday Evening service Groom Personals Mr*. Georgt Britten Dally Naws Correnpondenl be ihe Bell Choitv The official board and commissions will meet Nov. 1. The Wes- eyan Service Guild will have their Week of Prayer Hour Monday, October 30th, 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in the Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Morrison and children, Rails, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wes and Billie Ruth over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. George Britten and children, George Jr. «.nd Tammy Jane were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Blackwell,' Lanna and Guy Lynn. Mrs. N*ce Baggerman and Mrs. Leo Luttrell spent the weekend visiting their husbands, who are taking their basic Army training lit Fort Carson, Colo. . Mr v and Mr». Ernest W e 11 e r spent Sunday night in Amarillo with Mr. and Mrs. John Haydn and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Britten. Melvin Britten, Lubbock, spent the . weekend visiting his mother, Mr*. Josephine Britten. Mr. and Mn. Rudy Pugh and children, Amarillo, were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr». John Weller. • Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ash ford and children, Mary Sue, Danny, Jeriy-arid Pattie were visiting rel- . atfvet ,in' Amarillo Saturday. Mr. and'Mra. L, H. Leven were Saturday visitors of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sustin and daughters, Alicia and Mary of Amarillo. Mr. and Mn. Richard Homer and children, Gayla, Kent and Gina of Pampa, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Homer and MM, Velma Evans over the weekend. Mr.'and Mrs. Charles Acker . and daughter Judy Eileen Nazareth, visited her mother, Mrs. Josephine Britten the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. James Anglin. Dumas, are the parents of • boy born Saturday, October 21. He had been named James Wade Anglin. The newcomer ii welcomed by hi* grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Max Wade and Mrs. A J. Kidwell of Waynorka, Okla, Mrs. Glynn D. Hnrrell returnei home Saturday from Seagoville where »he visited her duughtei and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gayle Ingram and son Glynn Gayle. Mr». Lee Crowell visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs Billy Joe Crowell in Pampa Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ritter were visiting relatives in Hereford over the weekend. Avoiding Mistakes Christian Science ! Theme For Sunday How to avoid the mistakes of the past will be brought out Sunda yin all Christian Science churches. Highlighting the Lesson - Sermon entitled "Everlasting Punishment" is the Golden Text from the Bible: "Wherefore doth a living man complain, a man for the punishment of his sins? Let us search and try our ways, and turn again to the Lord" (Lam.3), One of (he citations to be read from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy steles: "Mortals move onward toward good or evil as time glides on. If mortals are not progressive, past failures will be repeated until all wrong work is effaced or rectified. , . .The divine method of paying sin's wages involves unwinding one's snarls, and learning from exper- ence how to divide between sense and Soul" (p. 240). and Mrs. Lawrence Jones, of Pampa, He will be preaching in the 8:30 and 11 a.m. w o r s hi p service and in the 1 p.m. worship service, Sunday school will begin at 9:45 and training union w!'' begin at 6. The church is scheduled to vote on the proposed 1962 church budg et at the close of the 11 a.m. serv ice Sunday. A month long stew ardship emphasis will be launch ed with the adoption of.a budge goal. The YWAs, GAs, RAs, Sun beams, and the Sunday school ol ficcrs and teachers will mee Wednesday evening at 7. The mid week prayer service will be al followed by church choir rehear sal at 9. 'Unquenchable Fire' 1 Topic Of First Baptist SWrmon Dr. Douglas Carver, pastor of he first Baptist Church will be n the pulpit for both services Sunday. At the 11 a-m- morning worship "The Unquenchable 7 ire" is the topic he has chosen 'or his sermon. Joe Whilten, min- ster of music, will present the church choir ,in singing an an- hem, "Glory to The, Kings of Kings" by Thompson. Miss Eloise Lane will play "Andantino" by Saint-Saens for the organ offer- session begiffsl at f0 a.ttv a ft d tory. The ordinance of the Supper will be observed Jazaar Planned 3y Missionettes Plans for the Assembly of God "unior Missionettes sponsored ba- anr, Nov. 3 and 4 highlighted the nisiness meeting Wednesday in he First Assembly of God Church- The biuaar will be held at 120 W- Foster. Special guests or the meeting were Mrs. John Schiumbphm, Mrs, George Murphy and Mrs. J. Clemens. Approach To Goc Theme Of Sermon Rev. Russell G. West, pastor o the Church of the Brethren, will preach on the subject, "Man's Direct Approach to God Through Christ." at the II a.m. Sunday worship service. ' Sunday school classes will begin at 9:45 a.m. with A, L. Patrick, Jr., general superintendent in charge. The young people will meet in the church at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. There will be no Sunday evening worship service. Tuesday evening the Brethren young people will participate in the city - wide Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP). The program is sponsored by the Pampa Ministerial Alliance, Lord's at the 7:30 pm. evening .worship. Dr- Carver will speak from the subject "The Unfailing Promise'" The Church Choir will sing selections in keeping with the Lord's Supper, and Miss Lane will play "Meditation on a Welsh Air" by Thomas for the offertory. The 'First Baptist Church will be host to primary workers from the association and district area for a Primary leadership Workshop led by Mrs. G. M. Martin, Monday, Oct- 30. The morning afternoon session is from 1 p. until 3 p,m! • D V. Biggers, president of the brotherhood, has announced a din ner meeting? Thursday, November 2, at 7 p.m; Strauss Atkinson, pastor of th'e First Baptist Church Canyon, will give the inspiration,al address. Bob Allford; Jr l( mln ister of* education and music ol the First" Baptist Church, Canyon will present '.the,, special music. , Twice Elected When Rutherford B. ffayes was elected U.S. president by- one vote in the electoral college, hi election was contested ati'J refer red to an »!c<%oral co.rmission where he R^a'n won by a singl vote. -Killer To Speak To Presbyterians "Ttifftirig Ths Center" is the fMbn t&pic chosen by RfigiftAlct C. HilHef for the II a.fti. Worship Service in the First Presbyterian Church. The text is taken from Psalms 59-10. Hlllier, who is guest speaker hi the Church for the second Suh' day, was commissioned a Lay- Preacher by the Plains Presbytery and has many speaking engagements in this area. 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