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Sunday, June 8, 1969 Sunday Night Speaker Scheduled A Dr. James Basden, secretary of the Human Welfare Commission for the Baptist Genera! Convention of Texas, will preach at the 7 p.m. service of Memorial Baptist Church, Sunday. His son, Jeter Basden, is the summer activities director at Memorial. Dr. Basden's responsibility includes working with the leaders of four child care homes, nine hospitals, and three institutions for the aging in Texas. Sunday morning, Dr. W. Edward Thiele, pastor, will speak on "Empty Shoes" at the 11 a.m. worship service, taking his text from Exodus 3:1-10. Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention convening in New Orleans next week are: Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gates and Dr. and Mrs. Edward Thiele. t Memorial In observance of Primary Week, all Primary workers and boys and girls will be recognized in the morning worship service. Mrs. J. G. Stuart is coordinator of the Primary work. The Judson Society will have their monthly program and meeting in the fellowship room at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Kathleen Mallory Society will meet with Mrs. Winnie Elfmann at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Thursday night, the Adult 6 .Sunday School department will meet at the church for a covered dish supper at 6 p.m. with a program to follow. Friday is Preparation Day for Vacation Bible School, which will be hfild June 16-20. The day will begin at 0:30 a.m. and end at 12:30 with a picnic on the lot across the street from the church. Crosby Assembly Begins fiewvo/ Revival services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday at The Crosby Assembly of God. The speaker will be Evangelist Leonard Negrin of Oklahoma City. Growing up in a Jewish home in New York City, Negrin joined the Air Force at age 17. While stationed in Bartlesville, Okla. he was invited for the first time to a Protestant church. After his discharge, he attended Southwestern Assemblies of God College, where he earned a B.S. degree in Theology and Bible. LEONARD NEGRIN Delegates Slated For Presbyterian Meeting The Fiev. Burnette W. Dowler and P. V. Alexander will re-present First Presbyterian Church of Baytown at the annual meeting of Synod of Texas in San Antonio from Monday through Friday of this week. Alexander who is clerk of the session of First Church will attend as an appointed commissioner by session. Dowler will preach at both the 8:30 a.rn. and the 11 a.m. services Sunday. His sermon topic will be "From This Day Forward," based on scripture selection Ephcsians 5:21-32. The adult Christian education committee will rne>at in the Church Parlor at 2:30 p.m. unday. E. Phelps, Jr. is chairman of this committee. Circle Five of United Presbyterian Women will meet at 2 p.m. Monday with Mrs. W. E. Warner, 1803 Happy Valley; Circle 4, Mrs. H. V. Herbert, chairman, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. A. V. liloorn, 1005 Lindenwood; Circle 'A (Baby Sitter's Circle), will meet Wednesday in the church parlor. Mrs. Marshall Ewing is chairman of Circle 3. Open Door Baptists Tell New Assistant Open Door Baptist Church has announced the appointment of Hev. Wilburn Little as the new assistant to the Pastor in charge of the church visitation program. Rev. and Mrs. Little live in Pasadena but will move to Baylown in a few weeks. Rev. Little is a graduate of the Texas College of Theology in Pasadena and has attended Southwest Missouri State College and the Baptist Bible College of Springfield. Both of the Littles are from Missouri. The Pastor is Rev. A. G. Veal. WILBURN LITTLE Advenfist Camp Meeting Set Speakers, lectures Revealed The Texas Seventh Day Adventist Camp Meeting at Southwestern Union College in Keene is June 6-14. Elder Charles D. Brooks, ministerial secrtary of the Columbia Union Conference, will present a series in six consecutive night meetings. Elder Brooks is the leader in training evangelists for this union which covers seven state area. Elder Leslie Hardinge has been preparing the young people for the ministry at Pacific Union College. Elder Hardinge will present a series of studies on the sanctuary. He will deal with the tabernacle, its furnishings, the priesthood, the sacrifices, and festivals. Elder Ernest H. J. Steed, executive secretary for the Temperance Department of the General Conference, will bring a background of experience in mission work in the South Sea area. Coming to his present post from Australia, Elder Steed has pioneered radio and TV youth programs in this continent. Elder W. M. Adams, associate secretary for the General Conference Religious Liberty Department, will also speak. From the Voice of Prophecy offices will come D. V. Pond, public relations director; Wayne Hooper, and Brad and Olive Braley. From our Faith for Today headquarters in New York wil come Elder Franklin Hudgins station relations director for TV network of programs. Guy, Dr. and Mrs. Frazier, Mike Garth Rood Speaker Dr. J-eslie M. Frazier, a five- year missionary to Japan, will ipeak at the 10:40 a.m. services Sunday at the Garth Road Baptist Church, 5123 Garth Road. Dr. Frazier is serving with Ciospe) Fellowship missions, a graduate of Bob Jones University, and partially supported by Garth Road Baptist Church. The Pastor is Ed Weatherly. The Secref Of Love' Is Christian Sermon Using as his sermon topic, 'The Secret of Ixive," Rev. B. D. Nisbet, Jr., minister of First Christian Church, will preach at the 10:50 a.rn. service Sunday. The scripture text wiil be I Samuel 18:20-33 and I Corin- hians 13:4-7. Elders serving at the com- nunion table will be George Adams and Roland Kudla. Tom ilack will be deacon chairman. The Stewardship Department las announced that all who have lot turned in their pledge cards oward the financial program of he church for 1969-70 will have an opportunity to do so Sunday norning. The Chi Rho junior high group vill meet at 5 p.m. and the J.Y.F. senior high groups at G >.m. Gene Stephenson, youth director, will meet with both groups. Recreational equipment or the youth of the church has wen purchased and plans are to >cgin volley ball and basket ball practice soon. The fourth session of the study of the text, "Knowing the Living God" will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday. This is the background study in preparation for the new Church School literature to be introduced in all Christian Churches in September. Rev. Nisbet will be the leader. Groups of the Christian Women's Fellowship will meet Tuesday. The Tiller group will meet in the home of Mrs. Howard Dickerson, 2206 Palomar at 9:30 a.m.; Bates group will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the church with the nursery available; West night group will be the guests of Mrs. T. L. Satterwhite at her home at 122 Forrest at 7:30. Project for the month is clothing for Indonesians. The Official Board of the churchh wil) meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday for their monthly business session. Grace United Methodist Pastor Begin Third Year Of Service Thursday night Bishop Kenneth Cop«land announced that Rev. and Mrs. Asbury Lenox were being returned to Grace United Methodist Church for a third year. The reading of the pastoral assignments by the Bishop was the climax of the four day session of the Texas Annual Conference. Rev. and Mrs. Lenox have two children, Lou Hannah and Gladden, and the family lives in the parsonage at 105 Westwood. During the Conference, held at First Methodist Church in Houston, it was announced that Lenox was made a member of the strategic World Service Commission of the annual Conference, which administers the Conference's |2,000,000 budget. He is also a member of the executive committee of the conference council and a member of the Bishop's quadrennial program committee. Miss Sara Gene Hoffman, director of education, has also been assigned to Grace Church for another year. Miss Hoffman is a deaconness and under the episcopal appointments Rev. Lenox has chosen to preach on the topic "Where Do We Go From Here?" for the 10:45 a.m. worship service Sunday. At 7 p.m. Rev. Lenox wil! preach on the subject "Needed: Men For the Master." The Epworth Chorale will rehearse at 5:30 p.m. The Youth will be served a snack supper at 5:30 followed by the Senior and Junior High MYF at 6 p.m. The Committee on Finance will meet for their first meeting of the new church year at 8 p.m. in the Pastor's Study. Allen Rice is chairman. At 7 p.m. Wednesday the administrative board, with Jim Bailey presiding will meet in the fellowship for their first meeting of the new conference year. New officers are C. J. Bailey, chairman; Robert McGraw, vice-chairman; and Ernest Hauser, secretary. The Singing Nixons The Memorial Assembly of God Church, Hwy. 146 at Cedar Bayou Road, will feature the "Singing Nixons" at the 7 p.m. Sunday service. The group consists of Bob Nixon, who sings tenor and is the pianist for the group, his wife Lillie sings alto and his sister Beverly Hoxworth sings soprano. Don Hoxworth, the and Wayland Harris make up this singing group. The "Singing Nixons" have been engaged in gospei singing service since 1951. The Rev. Jenkins R. Woods is the pastor. Pruett, Lobit Church Slates Gospel Meeting The Pruett and Lobit Church of Christ will conduct a series of gospel preaching services June 9 through 15. Harry Pickup Jr., of Tampa, Fla., will preach. This will be the fourth time that Pickup has been called by this congregation for such a series. He and his father, Harry Pickup, Sr., share the same pulpit at the Disston Ave. Church of Christ in St. Petersburg. The younger Pickup also works as director of public relations for Florida College in Temple Terrace. Before moving to Florida about two years ago, he lived in Springfield, Mo. and Denver, Colo. Pickup is married and has three children. The series begins at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The day services begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday. There will be services at both 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday. Sacramenf Of The Lord's Supper Slated Af Cedar Bayou Meffiodisf The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be served at the 8:30 a.m. worship service at Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church. Hev. Roy L. Felder will preach at this service. The 10:50 a.m. service will be led by Hev. Felder and he will preach at this service also. The ushers will be Douglas Gunn, Bill Fowler, Terry Blackwell, 0. W. Fisher, F. R. O'Neal and R. E. 1'asey. "Family-type" fellowship is at p.m. and the night service will jegin at 7 p.m. with Rev. Felder Breaching. Following the service there will be a reception in the church :>urlor honoring Rev. and Mrs. !<oy L. Felder and daughter Barbara Lee, as they return to Cedar Bayou United Methodist Church for another year of rvice. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and daughter will also be honored at this time as they come to work in the area of youth and program of the church for the summer months. This reception for these families 15 hosted by the Women's Society of Christian Service and the Wcsleyan Service Guild. The administrative board and a called session of the charge conference will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, with Harvey Hardison presiding as chairman of the administrative board and Rev.' Jester White presiding over the varied session of the charge conference, Rev. White being the Galveston District Superintendent. The Julia Lottie Circle will meet at 9:45 a.rn. Thursday and the afternoon will be spent in quilting. Baptism Scheduled For Trinity Church The Sacrament of Holy Baptism is to be administered Sunday at the 11 a.m. service at Trinity Episcopal Church. The Rev. F. Philip Dignam, assistant minister, will preach, and A. F. Murphy and Charles Brack will serve as acolytes. The Altar work will be directed by Mrs. A. P. Alleman, Mrs. T. M. Hoffman, Mrs. Calvin Rutherford and Mrs. H. A. Garner. Hev. P. Walter Henckell, rector, will be the celebrant at the 8 a.m. holy communion. Paul Scale will be the acolyte, and Clarence Timmins will read the epistle. W. C. Wismer and J. E. Boydell will usher. The Family Service is set for 9:15 a.m. J. H. Maxwell and Hardee Kilgore will be the lay readers, with D. F. Whatley and Holy Name Society Receives Communion In celebration, of the third Sunday after Pentecost, the men of the Holy Name Society from St. Joseph's will receive corporate communion at the 9:30 a.m. mass, then sponsor a family breakfast in the school cafeteria. The guest speaker after the breakfast will be Larry Miggins, a former major league baseball player and graduate of St. Thomas University who is now the chief of the Federal Probation and Parole Office of this district. Masses will be celebrated by Consignor J. P, O'Sullivan, ather T. P"lmieri and Father R. Blankens 2in. Lectors are Richard Tannich at 5:30 a.m., Cleon Easley at 7:30 a.m., Dr. R. Thomson at 9:30 a.m., Paul Ostemeyer at 11 a.m. Ernil Pauler at 12:15 p.m. and Fred Sonnier at 5:30 p.m. Members of K. J. T. will rnee at 10:30 a.m. in the K of C hall C Y O will have initiation oi new members at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Members of St Agnes K. J. Z. T. will meet a 6:30 p.m. Monday at the K of C hall. Weekday masses are at 6 a.m and 8 a.m., confessions are heard from 3 p.m.- to 5 p.m. anc from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday Baptisms at 3 p.m. Sunday. Bill G. Rogers as ushers. Acolytes will be Gebo Walmsley, Robert Walmsley, James iordon, Stephen Villemez. Steven Olafson, Andy Wismer and Criss Dippel. The Bishop Hines Guild will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Torn Walmsley The Vestry will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the Chapel at St. James House. The Rector will be the celebrant. First Sunday After Trinity Service Told Ail SainLs' Episcopal Church will observe the First Sunday after Trinity with a famil; service of morning prayer am sermon at 11 a.m. The Vicar, the Rev. Peter Katt, will conduct the service and preach the sermon Assisting in the service will be, John G. Walmsley, lay reader J. Fuller Lyon will be in charge of ushering. Mrs. J. Stanley Lit tic and Mrs. Nidia Cunningham have the care of the altar. John Walmsley will be the acolyte. At 8 a.m. there is a simple celebration of the Holy Com munion. The Men of the church wil have a general clean-up day o< the Church grounds on Saturday beginning with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Attend Church Sunday HARRY PICKUP JR. Church News Wooster Baptist Vacation School Vogram Planned The annual Vacation Bible icbool of Wooster Baptist Church started June 4 and will continue through Sunday, June [5. The school is conducted each morning from 8:30-11:30 a.m. for x>ys and girls ages three years .hrough Grade eight. The commencement program to be Sunday night June 15 in .he sanctuary of the church. Each department will have a display of hand-work in their departments. The open house will be from G to 7 p.m. Intermediates will see films by Dr. John H. Scott, M.D. Nigeria, Sunday. On Monday, .here will be a school picnic Beginning at 11 a.m. Sgt. James Lankford will speak. Tuesday, a beautician will speak to the group. Thursday the Intermediates will take a field trip to the Baptist Studenl building and have a conducted tour by Rev. Mack B.S.U. director. Smoke 'Richer Than Gold 1 Is Lutheran Sermon Title "Richer Than Gold" ia the subject of the sermon by the liev. Harold O. Bomhoff at the 10:15 a.m. family worship service in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday. The subject of the children's sermonette is Fool's Gold". Sunday School begins at 9 a.m. The Bible Classes will have their final study of Holy Communion and Confirmation. A two week session of Vacation Bible School will begin at 9 a.m. Monday with a full staff of teachers for all grades up to and including the Seventh. Sessions are held daily for two weeks, from Monday through Friday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Other events of the week include Elizabeth and Esther Circles, the Christian Service League and Senior Choir Wednesday, Ruth Circle and the Church Council Thursday. Members of the Vacation Bible School staff are Mrs. Gordon Smith, superintendent; Mrs. James Harman, secretary; Mrs. L. R. French, music; Mesdames K. Rawe, 0. Sinclair, R. Porter, M. Ganske, N. Brong, D. Kramer, J. McGee, H. Ash, A. Holle, A. Tschirhart, M. Werley, G. Mason, Barth, E. M. Hackfeld, Chauviere, Winegartner, J. McCoy. Assistants Winegartner, Elna Ffrench, Stephanie Steffler, Smith, Judy Hartzog. are Penny Sharon Smith, Judy Hackfeld, Marcia First Baptist Youth Director Begins Summer Activity Plans On Monday, June 2, Miss Mary Squires, recently elected Summer Youth Director for First Baptist Church, Baytown, began her duties. Miss Squires has lived in Houston since she MISS MARY SQUIRES LUCKY LASS DURBAN: South Africa (AP) — Walking down a busy street to catch a bus, Thea Pretorius lost the diamond from her ring. She discovered the loss later »nd, at dawn the next day, returned to the city to search for the diamond. Through a million-to-one-chance, she found it lying on the pavement where it had dropped, up against a wall. was two months old, having been born in New Orleans. She attends Park Place Baptist Church in Houston. Mary has just finished her fourth year a -Houston Baptist College where she has one more year to go due to her curriculum She is studying music education and voice. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lynn Squires are her parents and she has one brother, who is marriec and also lives in Houston. Her father is a Mechanical Engineer and her mother is a substitute teacher for the Houston Independent School District. First Baptist will observe its regular services Sunday, with Sunday School at 9>45 a.m. anc morning service at 10:50 a.m and morning service at 10:50 a.m. Rev. Glen Walker, interim pastor, will preach at this service as well as the 7 p.m. service In the absence of the church music director, Fred Parker Dan Fowler will lead the singing in the morning service. Mr. anc Mrs. W. B. Mixon, Jr. will sing a duet in this service, and the Youth Choir will sing in the night service. Regular monthly, meeting of the Deacons is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday in the church fellowship hall. At 9:45 a.m., Tuesday the Bible Study Group of the Flo Love W.M.S. will meet with Mrs. Hughie Norris, 1803 Alabama St. In the nursery will be Mrs. N. -toward and Mrs. L. Aalund. The refreshment committee are Mrs. David Holle, Mrs. G. Viereck, Mrs. J. Reavis, and Mrs. W. Sber. Missionary Is Alliance Church Sunday Speaker The Alliance Bible Church will hear a missionary under appointment to France at 7 p.m. Sunday. Jim Archer, a director of Child Evangelism Fellowship, will deliver the message during the service Sunday night. Archer and his wife are in the United States for practical training. They are both from Ireland. Their first child, Stephen James, was born in Houston on May 1. Pastor Curtis L. Pace has just [•(•turned from a conference on Extension conducted in Akron, Ohio. The conference was arranged to instruct and to assist pastors in new churches. The conference was conducted by the Home Department of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Pastor Pace will speak in the 10:55 a.m. service. The church meets at 1219 N. Pruett. Wesfm/'nsfer Pasfor, Delegate Attend Annual Synod Meeting The Rev. Thomas R. Brower and Elder Delegate Mrs. Paul Nevil of Westminster Presbyterian Church will attend the Synod of Texas meeting June 10-12 at Trinity University in San Antonio. The Synod will convene its 127th annual session at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Margarite B. Parker Chapel on the Trinity campus. Retiring Synod Executive Dr. J. Hoytt Boles will be principal speaker this year, giving addresses at 8:30 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, and at 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Westminster's delegates will also hear a special presentation on the Texas Conference of Churches, to be made by the Rev. Roy Gates, executive director-elect of the conference; the Rev. Canon Gerald McAllister of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas; and Callan Graham, executive director of the Texas Catholic Conference. Wednesday afternoon they will hear the report and recommendations of a special committee which for the past three years has been studying the Synod's total structure and program. At a regular business session, the delegates will also consider a report of the Synod subcommittee on higher education, dealing with the future relationship between Trinity University and the Synod. Westminster Church events have been scheduled to continue as usual throughout the week. Choir rehearsal will be at 8 p.m. Wednesday; the men's luncheon will be at 12:15 p.m. Thursday at the Tower, and the Bible study class will be held from 1:15 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the church. The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be observed at the 11 a.m. worship service Sunday. The sermon will be titled, "The Apostles' Creed: BIRDS OF A FEATHER DENVER (AP) - A 30-year old man appearing in Unitec States District Court on a nar cotics charge couldn't imagine where his attorney was. Then he was told his lawyer had been ar rested, also on a narcotics viola lion. He won a week's postpone ment to get a new attorney. GOOD PROGRESS DENVER (AP) - As a boy of 15 Max Sherman walked into the American National Bank and asked for a job. He wa: hired as an office boy. Sherman retired this year as an assist*n vice president after 50 years in the bank. Knowing the Father." Scriptures will be Genesis 1:1-5 and John 1:1-13. Junior High and Senior High fellowships will meet at G:30 a.m. at the church. Science Church Lesson Sermon Readings Told "Behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind." This verse from Isaiah is part of Sunday's Christian Science Bible lesson-sermon on "God the Only Cause and Creator." A correlative passage from '•Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy will also be read. First Church of Christ, Scientist, 3406 Nevada, Baytown services begin at 11 a.m. Hayakwa Blames ''Privileged" SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Hayakawa, named acting president in the midst of campus turmoil, came here Wednesday to seek approval for some $10.2 million in state money to aid needy students at state colleges. Asked whether admission of needy Negro students leads to campus troubles, Hayakawa said, "i believe the people giving the most difficulty are Yiot the disadvaolaged students, they are the privileged students of the white middle class." Support Your Church BAYTOWN KIWANIS CLUB CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST NEVADA AT MICHIGAN SUNDAY SERVICE—11: A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOl—11: AM. Wednesday, Meeting—8: PJVC READING ROOM 10 N. ASHBEL STREET Monday Through Friday 10:00 A^I.—«:00 PJML SATURDAY 10 A.M. to l PJtf. ALL, ARE WELCOME The Church of Christ 7th St. & Word Rd. Services Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m. Hear "Bible Truths" Sunday at 8 a.m. on KWBA. Phone 422-9698 Pentecostal Church of God 2211 N. Main You Are CardUlly Invited To Attend . .. Sunday School 9:45 Morning Worship 11:00 Evangelistic Service .. 7: SO Youth Service-Tuett. ... 7:90 Midweek Service-Thurs. 7:30 Putor-Chark* R. Kyle 422-9380 Memorial | Assembly Of God Welcomes You 3220 Hwy. 146 (Alexander Dr.) Sun. School — 9-45 A.M. Worship — 11:00 A.M. Evening — 7:00 P.M. Wednesday _ 7:90 P.M. A FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Pmitor — J. R. Wood* Res, Phone — 422-1388 Church — 422-6334 Church Directory ASSEMBLY PF OOP . TRINITY TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OF. GOD J. J. KRIMWER, PASTOR SunJay School 9:45 a.m.— Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. Youth 6:00 p.m. Revival Tim* Service 7:00 Tuesday WMC 9:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. 1008 E. Lobit Baytown ": CHURCH \yf CHRIST THIS IS YOUR PERSONAL INVITATION TO ATTEND SOUTH MAIN CHURCH OF CHRIST E. D. GREENT, MINISTER SUNDAY 9-00 A M .......... *•"• 8IBLE STUDY WORSHIP . . . . SINGING CLASS NIGHT SERVICE WEDNESDAY WORSHIP . . LADIES BIBLE. CLASS ............. SOUTH MAIN AND CLEVELAND " " % PM ..7:00 P.M. .9:30 A.M. 427-1281 I *x tQMR FAITH The Saytown Sun will have a weekly Church Directory *hich wi« ttrv* th» churche* in the Bayihore area. For information on how your church may b« li»te<J in tfris di- rtctory phone Rirftt ReynoUt at 422-8302, ext. 236. f;

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