The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 29, 1961 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, January 29, 1961
Page 7
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P'enmgHeads Lutheran Building Drive « Km-. H. T. Flachnieier of La (JiMNge, president ot the Lutheran Welfare Society, announces ilic selection of Robert w. Pfen- ii!;; of Austin as chairman of the $KJO,(XXJ campaign to build Trin- ily Lutheran Monies for the retired at Round Rock and Shiner Tex. It is proposed to modernize sonic of the existing buildings at Round Rock and add some new i-unstruction here., The capacity of the facilities lien- wuuld then be 65 persons. The- plans for Shiner are in the blue print stage, and depend on the outcome of the campaign. The Shiiu-r unit would accomodate 40 beds, plus customary other tedll- lii-s and services. In the long niiujp plan, other Homes in other idealities of Texas and Louisiana are envisioned. "Mr. Pfennig i s a churchman cif stature and we feel fortunate ID have a man of his background to head our campaign", said President Flachnieier. Mr. and Mrs. I'frnnij: reside at 1711 West 29th Street, Austin. They are members nf Saint Martin's Lutheran Church. Their daughter, Laura Jane, attends Texas Lutheran College. Son, Robert H., is pastor of Saint Paul's Lutheran Church ,u Hondo. "Thr next two months will be utilized in perfecting the campaign i-r'tup and enlisting the required personnel. After this planning stage, we will need to get into lu^ii gear, to the tune of $400,- ixni." says Chairman Pfennig. Campaien headquarters have in-cn established at the offices of iiir> Lutheran Welfare Society, 408 \Vrst -15th Street, Austin. It is planned to divide the area nf Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas into seven smaller areas, and n;irrUe through these smaller areas, with area chairman hand- line the actual contacting of the individual co - operating churches. All of the national Lutheran Council Churches are involved in this major step forward in meet- iiii,' the needs of our retired people. Shrum Starts Sermon Series At St. John's St. John's Methodist Church. Tih at Alexander, will be hearing the :ninislcr. Rev. Everett Slinim. he.tnn a scries of sermons Sunday on the role, mission and function of the church in "the world of men." In outlining the series Rev. Nirum said that the sermons will !><• wvdmg with the tradition in which the church rests and Irom «hich she receives her vitality. Ho further stated that the series would dral in future weeks with UK- naturo of the church, the rnes- s.iirr- of the Church, the mission • >f (ho. church, and the people of mn church. The ronduding mts- vizc in the series will be the lord of the Church. Sunday night the church serv- i i- will open with gospel singing -ni-l (ho organ and plsno ducts. Kit-hard Gartner will bring thr -.prciai music for the service, and Urv. Shrum will be continuing a series of sermons on "The Marks df a Methodist Christian." Different and good: add half a cup or so of chopped pecans to a rr-gular pancake recipe. FIRST CHURCH CHRIST," SCIENTIST Servieet Sunday—11 A.M. Sunday School—11 A.M. Wednesday, Muting—* P.M. Reading; Room Located 10 N. Aihbel OPEN EVERY DAT (Etoept Sundays and Holiday*) 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. WE ARE CLOSED ON SUNDAYS Because Wt're All Going to Church How«v*r—In C*t» Of Emergency, Phone Black's Pharmacies JU 2-9002 JU 2-9814 THREE I1G DRUG STORES To §erv« Tow N*ed» Expert Pwicrlptlo" Serrto* SCARBOROUGH'S lift N. Meln, »• W. Mil Mirint Sunday, January 29, 1961 ENS NE HORIZONS WHEN YO PEN THE CHURCH I THE MAIN LINE H, i.ere are two tracks, — two roads, — two ways to go. From this point, apparently, both lines lead to coveted destinations. True, they point in different; [directions and their terminals are drastically different. The Great Teacher once warned, "There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the ends thereof are' the ways of death" Brother, you can't reach Heaven going in opposite directions. [You've got to get on the main line and keep on going if you expect to enter by the narrow gate. We can move to the right or to the left—to life eternal or to certain death...which way will ye take? Your church offers valuable r help in determining the main line. For he said, "The path of the just is as a drawwg light that shineth more and more into the perfect day. This Feature Is Published With the Hope that More People Will Go to Churcfi. It Is Paid For By Firms 100% Interested In This Community. Robion Jewelry Shop .. .Mr. And Mrs. Norman Hargravc Kerr-Bond Agency ...Insurance and Bonds ...,"> S. Pruett - Pruett Building ...Phone JU 2-6305 .. .W. E. Kcrr - Jim Bond Jones 7-11-7 Stores ...A. E. Jones Thad P. Fenelon Home 1 ...Improvements ...100 Gresham - Ph. JU 3-1409 O'Britn'j Food Market .. .T. D. O'Brien and Family KAR Glass Company ...Ed Blyaton* Texas Wafer Heater & Plumbing Co. . 1104 S. Pruett - Ph. JU 2-6377 ...Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shllley DeBruhl Upholstery i ...Mr. and Mrs. Austin DeBruhl E. F. Luquire, Contractor . . .1205 \V. Main - Ph. JU 2-9431 Brumon's Food Market .. .John Bnm.son Clark's Wheel & Brake Service . . "Be Safe - Pro Clark" Anderson's Shoe & Saddle Repair ... 102 \V. Texas - Ph. JU 2-4913 . . .\V. B. Anderson Scarborough's ...T. C. Scarborough Walter E. Queen . Just'.i-i> of the Pracr .. .Precinct No. Z, Harris County Tri-City Exterminating Co. ...TOO X. Alex. Or - .It: 3-2831 ...Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Simon ., .and Family White Star Laundry ...Mr. and Mrs. Clint Dcrrybcrry Bayshore Motors, Inc. . . .Your Authnrizrrl . . . Lincoln-Moron ry-C tTirt Drnlrr Guys 'n Dolis .. .1-104 Bay way Dr. - Ph. LO WOi.' 1 . .. .Peariic "\Voolcott - Robn S:c\vart Hollaway's Food Market . . Wm. D. Paine Brothers .. Sam ;md Ix-on Paine K&M Machine Works . . .J. O. Kubik - E. C. Orn Holiday Homes . . .Glen Arbor Add. - Ph. JU 3-4811 . . .James Timmons P. N. Hirsch and Company . . .Km Walters Gulf Coast Venetian Blinds . . ri60fi Bayway Dr. - Ph. LO 6-SS11 Tri-City Pharmacy No. 2 :,i; \V Toxns - Ph. JU 2-S2!tl Paul A. Anderson Coi».tab)e. PL;, 3, Harris Co. J. W. Ainsworth . ,He:»i n-,); a:ul Air Condilioning; /'raftsmen Wright Packing Company . . H. M. Wright Baumann's Shoe Shop ...Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Baumann Home Lumber Company .. .W. W. Woods and Family L«atherwood's Humble Service . . ..v.n> N". M.->in - Ph. JU 2-20-IX . . .Joe Sears Roebuck & Company . . .Charles Tillcry Kovar's T. V. ..."Wo Server Whiit \Ve Sel . . Mr. und Mrs. C. J. Kovar Tri-City Optical Company . . .Tom Wilkinson Stewart Insurance & F>.i! F-'ov Ajjencv . . I!. A. Str\v,irt . . Stock Comvanics Only Ted's Supplies .. . i:on X, Main - Ph. JU a-8331 . ..Ted Purdy Lyons' Food Service . .Milton Lyons Black's Pharmacies . . Bert Black - James S&vell Buck Turner Dan Hutchins Motor Company Texas Avo. ,'i Hwy. 146 Phono JU 'J-715S Dan Hutchins Bremer's Mimeograph Shop . Mrs. T. M. Brerner Dan Savell—Building Contractor . ,Phono JU 2-7249 Big Chief Super Markets Joe Huggins Lumber Co. . ..Mrs. Joe Huggins Glenn's Food Market .. .David Glenn Maples Gulf Service Station . , .1620 S. Pruett - Ph. JU 2-9391 .. .Lynton T J. Maples Baytown Glass Company 1208 N. Main - Ph. JU 2-5511 . . .Kenneth Dunn Taylor Hunt Motort . 102 W Pc-arcc - Ph. JU 3-3334 .Tavlor Hunt Moreno's Fine Food* Porving Our Baytown Friends . .for 20 Years .. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Moreno Whatever You Need...A Visit To God's House Will Help!

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