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THE BAYTOWN SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY-23,( 1954- Houstonians At Grace Church To Conduct Spiritual Life Revival Meeting Sunday night services at Grace well known for his choir work m Rev. M S. Jordan, pastor, will Methodist church will featurp the *e Houston area and has been preach for the 8:30 and 10:45 ».m. Metnoaist .church wm feature-the .| c s leader.for Rotary services, .The second, service will opening of a Spiritual Life revival 'international. be broadcast - over KREL. Mrs that will be directed by Dr. Ken- Accorripaning Jenkins will be Mrs. Jenkins who is also a musician. Regular services wiH be held Sunday morning at Grace. The neth Pope and Walter Jenkins, both of Houston. Dr. Pope will preach for .the 7:30 p.m. meetings which will be conducted each night next week. Directing the music will be Jenkins. Dr., Pope is pastor of the First Methodist church in Houston, the largest Methodist church in the world. Prior to his coming to Houston, he was pastor of Austin's First Methodist church. According to the Rev. James Brannen of Grace church, Dr. Pope has "unreeled an illustrious record in his ministry. The evangelistic peel of each message has brought many to the altars of churches through his years of service to G-od and church. ' Jenkins is a co-worker with;Dr. Pope. He is minister of music at First Methodist in Houston. He is THE PEOPLES STATE BANK Where Baytonians Like to Bank 3800 Minn. Dial 8231 Forms, Letters, Cards, Programs Year Books, Extra Typing. Complete Mailing Service. Phone Answering Service. be broadcast over KREL. John Petrash, soloist, will sing "Id Rather Have Jesus" by Beverlv Shea. Church school will begin at 9:35 :a.m. and MYF at 6 p.m. BREMER'S Mimeograph Shop Woods BId/j. Dial 4165 GULF STATES PAINTS Mildew Proof! Made in Texas for Gulf State Climate BAYTOWN Paint & Supply Co. 418 N. Main Dial 6001 BE SAFE! INSURE YOUR . 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At that time the sessions of the convention were held in the University Baptist church. Dr. W. F. Howard, state BSU secretary, visited Abilene recently to lay preliminary plans for the f-jll program. Attending the BSU convention will be an estimated 2,500 to 3,000 Baptist students from schools over the state. The student convention will be the second Baptist convention to convene in the new church auditorium. The state Sunday School convention will be held there March 22-24. Abilene Christian To Present Icebound' ABILENE, Jan. 23 —(Sp-)—"Ice- Barbara Therrell To Sing Sunday At Memorial The Rev. Arthur L. Jordan will have as his sermon subject "The Heart Of Christianity" at the early morning: service Siin'day at Memorial Baptist church. Miss Barbara Therrell will sing "The. Lord's Prayer." The pastor will bring: the same message at 11 a. m. The choir will sing "Hear Ye, O Mountains" as a special number- This service will be broadcast over KRCT at 11:10 a. m. "All or Nothing" will be the sermon subject for Sunday night's service. The Men's choir, under the direction of Fred S. Parker, wiil present the special music. Sunday School, with R. L. Summers as superintendent, will begin at 9:30 a. m. Training Union, directed by Miss Eula Potter, will start at 6:15 p. m. Sunday School Workers Plan For Supper All the workers and their families of the Sunday school of the La Porte Community Church will meet at 6:35 p. m. Thursday for a covered dish supper. Following the supper the workers will retire to the council room for a meeting:, while the families remain in Fellowship hall for recreation planned by Marilyn Meeks and her committee- Mrs. E. R. Meeks, assisted by the men's class and her committee, will prepare the tables and beverages. Wesley Hovey, superintendent of the Sunday school, will preside at the meeting of the workers at which time those who attended the Cooperative Leadership Training course in Houston will make their reports. Those speaking will be Mrs. P. J. Wallace, Mrs. L. W. Knighton and Mrs. I. L. Smith on "Teaching of Primary and Juniors"; Mrs; E. R. Meeks or. "The Use of the Bible, With Children"; Mrs. Rex Baker on "Creative Activities" and Mrs. J. E. Eichorn on "Christian Education through the Church," Former Baytonian To Be Honored In May The Rev. Lee C. Pierce, former pastor In Baytown, will be awarded the honorary doctor of cfivinity degree by Texas Christian university on the occasion of the dedication of the new $1,200,000 religion center in Fort Worth on May 9. Pierce, who pastored the First Christian church prior to the present pastor, the Rev. Clyde Foltz, is now a pastor In Jackson, Miss. Twelve other honorary degrees will be awarded during the ceremony in May. 'Old-Fashioned' Meet Next Week At Shiloh An "old-fashioned" revival will begin Sunday at the Shiioh Baptist church, according to the pastor, the Rev. George O. Plant/.. Daily services are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Features of the meeting will include a Booster band, hymn Council Meeting In Austin Trinity To Send Representatives bound." an Owen Davi s drama, singing and periods of personal tes- will be presented Feb. 11-12 at Abi lene Christian college as the . Rev . piantz will b fi preach- . Specch department's second major j ng f 0r the revival and .1. E. (Jirn- production of the year. Staging my) B j rd of B ay town's Second Bap- will be at 8 p.m. in ACC's Sewcll t j st church will'direct the music. auditorium. In the leading roles are Jean Kleeman, Clovis. N. M.. freshman; Chapin Ross. Sulphur Springs senior and Kenneth Miller, San Antonio senior. Other parts are taken by Karen Roberts, San Angelo freshman: Joyce Branch. Channelview freshman; Jo Sondra Magerus, Clovis, N. M.. freshman; Rita Jo Allen, Oklahoma City sophomore; Jackie Pitts, Abilene fifth-grader; Charles Whitmore, Midland freshman: Jessica Waggoner. Loneview junior and Richard Craig. Clovis, N. M., freshman. Comrnmvty Ch»rch To Install Board Members At the 13 a. m. Sunday services of the La Porte Community Church members of the new Executive Board which were elected at the annual meeting in Novem- bcd will be installed- Dr. J. C. Eichorn, pastor of the church, will present the duties of office and the challenge of the Christian church. Those taking office are Jim Mayes. chairman; Henry Einfeldt, vice chairman; Gilbert McCullum Jr., secretary; Russell Shepherd, treasurer; Odell Brown, Louis Erwin, James Gray, Jack Hu"hf'S, Rill Jones, Enr.os Mceks, P. ,T. Mock. Alfred Morris, Arthur Quiett, W. R- Thornton and Ray Van Dfventer. Highlands Church To Conclude Revival Highlansd Methodists, led by their pastor, the Rcv. T. P. Hendrick, will conclude R special series of evangelistic services with the 7 p.m. sermon Sunday. There has been an average attendance of 95 persons present each service. All those who have expressed a desire for membership In thc church this week will be received in a body at the Sunday morning service, according to the Rev. Henri rick. The empaaasis on a spiritual awakening, begun two weeks ago will continue through th? Epiphany season. Evangelistic Series To Benin Feb. 8 A series of evangelistic services will begin Feb. 8 at the First Presbyterian church with the Rev. J. Hoytt Boles as guest speaker. Boles is a graduate of Amarillo high school, Trinity university and the McCormick Theological seminary of Chicago. Prior to going into executive work of the church. Boles held two pastorates; the First Presbyterian church of Tulsa and the H^rn"''' 1 ! Presbyterian church, Fort Worth. Services will continue through Feb. 12 at 7:20 p. m- daily. Trinity. Episcopal church will be epistoler and Robert Hargrav? as represented at the 105th annual acolyte. The 11 a.' m. .service will be conducted by W. A. Scott and H. A. Garner. Bishop Quirt's address to the council will be read in th« P'ace of the sermon. The choir, with George Meason «• doctor and Mrs- Ray IvSpear ** organist, will sing Macfcrren's "The Lord i. My Shepherd" M th e °f £ ertory; BIO., TOMERUN, a freshman student at Baylor university, will be speaker for the 7:30 p.m. youth rall> Saturday at Memorial Baptist church. Tomerliri Is the son of Mrs. Opal Toincrlln, 1500 Willow, and is now at Baylor studying for the ministry. Singer for the meeting will be Bill Foyl, also of Baylor. Miss Margaret Blasingame will be organist and Miss Susie Hooks pianist. A fellowship period will be held after the rally. True' Physician To Be Proclaimed By Rev. Pieplow Using the story of the healing which Jesus performed at Bethesda as his-text, the Rev. Edwin Pieplow, Detroit clergyman, .will te!l his international Lutheran Hour audience Sunday that Jesus is the true physician. . .:• : . In Baytown the Lutheran Hour can be heard at 12:30 p.m. over Radio station KTHT, Houston. The Lutheran Hour guest speaker will point out that the paralyzed man who was healed at Bethesda had waited 38 years for treatment when Jesus picked him out of the crowd to restore his health. "Jesus deliberately seeks out the folks whom others despise." Pieplow will say in comparing this incident with the spiritual healing -power which Christ exerts on people today. With a special message for those who have "no man to help you, no one to love you, no one to take an active interest in you . . . for you who have begun to grow cold and hard; you who have steeled your heart against all mankind, you who have no friend in the world," the Lutheran Hour guest speaker will assure "You have Jesus, the Savior of all." In extending an invitation to his hearers to accept Jesus as the solution to all of life's problems, Pieplow will say, "In Jesus Christ you, too, can obtain bodily healing, if the Lord so points the way for you. But be positive about this: Jesus forgives sins, if we repent and turn from our wicked wax.and,, accept Him as our personal Savior. Choral music on Sunday's broadcast will be furnished by the Concordia Seminary Lutheran Hour chorus of St. Louis under the direction of Dr. William B. Heyne. Fullerton Gives Church Schedule Sermon topics have been announced by the minister of the Highlands church of Christ, Ray D. Fullerton Jr. On Sunday morning his sermon will be on "The Power of Positive Thinking." The night lesson will be on "Music in the Church." The church is making plans and preparations for the construction of a new auditorium a.s soon as possible. This necessitated the sale and moving of two small frame buildings on the church lot. One of these was formerly used us a class room annex, and its disposal has resulted in the combining of several classes on a temporary basis. Plans call for the moving of the present frame auditorium to the rear of the lot, and the erection of the new auditorium where the present building now stands. On Wednesday, John T. Hardln, a gospel evangelist from the Union of South Africa, spoke to an interested group of about 175 on the work in that field. His report was followed by one hour of colored movie films showing various phrases of the South African effort as well as many of the work- er.l. ^ Guy Caskey, a former preacher of Highlands, Is preaching in South Africa now. His wife, the fomer Jrajic Lee Zimmcrmann, is a Highlands girl Guest Speaker For Trinity Services The Rev. W. E. Berry of San Antonio will be speaker Sunday at the 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. services of Trinity Tabernacle Assembly of God. Berry is secrctary-trca-surcr of the Southwest District of the Assemblies of God. The Rev. W. S. Graham is pastor of Trinity. Council of the Diocese of Texas to be held Jan. 24 through 26 in Austin. Representatives will be John D. Booker, R. C. Halter, W. K- Linscott and T. F. Stephens. The opening service will be held in t-ho pntuanm u-ifh fh= Rt T?BV Clinton s cmto bishop of the Diocese, delivering the sermon. The business session will begin in the afternoon. The bishop coadjutor Rt. Rev. John F, Hines, Sht R ,erri« C ° Un Attending 'the meeting of the . Auxiliary will be: Mrs. B. F. Trox- "™ en, .Mrs." J. E. Boydeii, Mrs. c. R. Cummings Mrs. Gus Dauzat and £Lv r™^mi ,,.MI h . • brSd'ln TZuyXrcfa? 8 a nt Sunday with the , rector, the Re v. p. Waiter Henckeii, as celebrant, assisted by can Trenckmann as Off To Church by SUE JONES Beginning Tuesday you will have opportunity to see "The Robe" which will be shown for several days at the L ;,, Sp J !ar S K d Ca "ilJw" ck " Brunson theater. I hope that you make a special effort to will toe ushers with Harry , . . • * . . J r , Joe Huggins and Mike SCe_ this mo Vie. • _ • -,- ., ., the acting is good and of son and Miss Helen Margaret Rob- course, the CinemaScope is impressive. But that's not the bins win be hostesses at "coffee reason you ought to see it. Outside of enjoying the story, I was made very conscious ,. .. , Wi 7j ^t at ?9°3o "m ThySimi of j^ 6 fact that we ought to be more appreciative of our p 8Ople . s s^eagve win 'assemble at religious freedom. Over and over again the movie brought i"p. m. . 7>30 • m Thursday- chefor the Altar guild. BSURat/vTo Feature State New Dictionary Secretory | s Released In Soviet Union Dr. W. F. Howard, secretary of Baptist Student work in Texas, will be the main speaker for the. BSU rally at Lee college Feb. 6. Oth'er speakers will include pastors in the San .Inclnto association. Honoree* will be pastors that have served a* advisor* to the college BSU. Theme of the rally will bfi "What Is a Baptist ?" In charge of Lee's BSU Is Miss Minnie Alice Robertson. McCleskey Names Sunday Subjects to mind how much easier it is to be a Christian today than it was in the days of Christ and prior to his coming. We have no fear of being persecuted by our government or of being physically mistreated by our fellowmen. How- Communion will b e cele- ever, in those days it was a different story. It took real brated Friday at 9:30 a. m. and courage to profess Christianity and then stand up under is to be followed by » meeting of the persecution that followed if you: were caught. rHnAltBfWuiM • •» *• r JT 1 -t*. Man}' of us today would more than likely denounce our faith rather than to face the possibility of being beaten or killed or persecuted in many other ways. We take for granted the fact that we can take or leave going to church on Sunday and worshiping God and having Christian fellowship. Long ago all such meetings were held in secret and there was a constant danger of being caught. It never enters our mind to be afraid of such, That's because we have no reason to. Because we have no such fear, we should be even more of a one-volume "Dictionary of the grateful that we live in America and can worship as wa Russian Language" containing 51,- want. •'•'.'.' has been published in USSR (EPS)—A revised edition The story of "The Robe" is not all Biblical. It has been T'he'compiiers of this dictionary "filled in" to make it more attractive to movie goers, but have -added to their definitions it also bears a lot of truth and will ~"\t you sit up and note of your own blessings. See you in Sunday school! special classifications such as "ob- solite," "archaic," " colloquial," etc. Religion 'and religious observances are very much in evidence, and here the presence or absence" of the classification "ob- splite" or archaic" •presents con siderable interest. Colloquialisms derived from religious expressions are not uniform in their classification. "For God's sake" as an insistent request is described «ig obsolete. "Glory be to God," on the other hand, meaning "Fine, excellent," is given as colloquial." Another word which is -. r \ i f I - lOVill - JVJIWI Adventist Elect New Officers The Rev. Parker "The Joyful Sound" is the sermon topic selected by the Rev. A. 'bez- L-, Parker of the Highlands As- boshnik," "godless one," a word *emb!y of God church for tha Sun- which before the war was very of- day morning service, ficial indeed, being the one used The evangelistic service at 7:30 New officers have been «l«cted at the Seventh-day Advontlst church and J. W. Lehman of Hou*- t o n is the local elder. First Elder is F. S. Russell and E. R. Smith, second elder. Deacons are J. C. Burns, W. I* Repp, E. G. Mitchell, H. V. O'Rear Jen' St. Mark's Methodist church, on the topic, "The Time- described as co i ]oqu ja] is less Touch of Jeans. At the 8:45 a.m. service, Cecil Sutphin wil! sing, "Where He Leads Me" by Norris. At 10:55 i n ""th e 'tHe"of7lie"Union"of Mill- p.m."'Wli"be°''led''"by"Vhe" V 'Rev" Ed- of La Porte and G. K, DeLaune of a.m. the Chancel choir will sing lanl Godless. Now it is described ward Willis of Fort Worth, who Highlands. ' the anthem, 'Now Let Every as " co iioquiah person who denies will use as his subject, "The Word Tongue Adore Thee" by Bach. \fr e existence of God, struggles of God Vindicated." There will be The night service will begin at against religious narcotic." The ad- special music presented at this riinooll nil nf n vtn a 7 p.m. with the pastor using "The jcctive derived from H is given service as the Rcv. and Mrs. Willis p r -Mitih n f T r. f Profit In Prayer" as his sermon quite another meaning: "inadmis- conclude a three weeks revival In VvU. ,. f 4, topic. Miss Carrol Cornelius will S ib1e, dishonest. Illustrations: a the Highlands church. Other* are Mrs. Agneas Burner, sing "The Holy Hour" by Ncvln. godless Unj- To make a godless Sunday «chool is ict for 9'45 u „ * clcrk : M ™- *. C, Camp. N. K. Bruce Day, newly elected mess of it" Shades of irreligious R , m . H H Rosser Is Kenerai l£ bell treasu^r; Mr.. W. L. Repp, choir director of St. Mark's will creep in among the definitions of erlntcnden't. An attendance goal of f lanlst .' J - C. Burns, missionary, be in charge of all the music in S0 me colloquialisms: for Instance, 200 has boon act for the Sunday Jendor and Mrs " Burns, secretary, the services Sunday. Mrs. C. R. "Second Corning (colloquial, jocu- sc hoo! hotir. Sabbath school superintendent U Martin will play the organ and Jar): an event which will never The young people's group M"- B "rns and J. T. Jennings tha '-'- -'-" " Christ's Ambassadors, will meet at issistant. Secretary of the school chimes. lake place." Lutheran Officers To Be Installed 6:30 p.m. Sunday. a.m. under the direction of R. F. Pfennig. The school will study the lesson "The Boy Jesus Goes to the Temple." The pastor will teach the parents Inward Power' Is Theme Of Sermon 'Trath' Topic Of Lesson-Sermon "On Gaining; Inward Power" will be the nermon delivered by the Rev. Clyde D. Foltz, minister ot Newly elected officers of St Paul's Lutheran church will be Installed at the 10:45 a.m. service Sunday. They are A. A. Hollc, president; E. H. Eschenburg, secretary; R. H. Stefflcr, treasurer ancf H. H. fitreich, councilman. Still serving unexpirnd terms are W. H. Heintschel, E. C. Wine- gartncr, John Prasck and Clarence Jacobson. The Rev. Knrl H. Bracker will deliver thc sermon "The Authority of Jesus." Mrs. W. B. Killough will unselfishness in seeking' spiritual n(!W „„,., of snrmon , of whlch be at the organ and Jack Pfennig understanding of God """ '"• Is Mr*. C. Rose of La Port*. Mri, Rose'* assistant ' J» Jfr»- Virgil Stone. Division leaden in the dchool »re Mrs. O'Rear, Mrs, Russell, Mrs. Earl Smith, Barbara Repp, Mrs. Virgil Stone and Mrs. P, G. Proctor. Mrj, Proctor i» also preiw gec- retary. Radio secretary is Russell and Mrs. Stone, inedlcaj secretary. DeLaune Is secretary of religion* the First Christian church at 10:50 liberty and temperance and O'Rear U in charge of civilian defense. The flower commltee ts composed of Mra. O'Rcar, Mri. Mitchell and Mrs. Burn». O'Rear U chair-man of the entertainment commit- a.m. Sunday. Sunday School will be held <it 0:15 a.m. The night service will begin at __ , . ,7 P-rn. "The Four Gospels And 1 The importance of honesty and Y ou" Is the general thomc of a Will be Baptist Temple To Have Anniversary nlversary Day" by the congref?a- tlon of Baptist Temple. The church was orgamzcd nine ycnr» .... „„ — ~- 0 ~ — , , .-.,,, this will be the second, will serve as ncolytc. Joe Kmak brought out in the lesson-sermon Thc , wl ,, t at and Arthur Hollc will be the ush- entitled "Truth" to be read in th( , chl f h t ^ ers. Christian Science churches Sun- Tue3daV| thc * ht . }a of the Church school will meet nt 9:.iO flay. Christian Women's Fellowship will The need of teachableness and mpe t. receptivity, as highlighted in the Wednesday the Laymen's League parable of the sower, and Jesus' wll) have ft mont hly dinner mecl- cxplanation of It, as "corded m ( beginning at 6:30 p.m. the Bible in Luke 8:4-15, will be rc;id. The following correlative citation will be amonR selections read Sunday will be obscved as "An- f rom "Science and Health with ~ Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "The spiritunl sense of truth McPiUHl TO SpCdK UO The pencil has loiifr bcon cultivated In China and WM written, about aoms 2,000 ycari before Its Introduction to the Roman world. How Chrution Sdrme Heals "SickncHx IK Against Xho IAW ot God" KROT, B50 KC; Suiidnj 9:30 n,m. -Mwrtfirlng tho Force. That Would Dcfcllt u.V Is the topic of ou ccll . s ago as tho First Baptist church must bo gained bcfore Trut h rnn th Rcv M E McPh „, ™ MnSe came Baytown, thc church assum- sirn j lat( ,d only as we are honest, „„„„,.,,.. of od its present name. Sunday will unsclfishi i ov j n g. and meek, fn *"£* u 'h, "I also mark the seventh anniversary the soi , of , honcst and good hcarl ; e ™™ ri ™"™,;' of the Rcv. George P. English as tnc sced m , lsl he sown; e i se it on the Grounds" will bp observed, following the morning music and a message by the Rev. A. L. Jordan, pastor of Memorial Baptist m uproots it" (272:3-8). x sermon that will be presented to the con- Hie First Frnnby- Sunday morning. Sunday school will begin at 9:30 a.m. Junior and senior Westminister fellowships will meet at 8 p.m. The Sunday night service will tor fellowship leaders will be "Ascribe ye greatness unto our taught at 7:30 p.m. Monday by the HUL.-I L-MU..,,, God - He is the Rock, his work is R ev . nncf Mrs John R Wllll/ims The pastor's sormon subject for perfect: for all his ways are ]udg- of Houston. The P.rv. Wlllinmn Is the day will be "The Church Tri- mcnt: a God of truth and with- paalor of the Oaks Presbyterian iimphant" and "Sfilvjitlon Pvrsoni- ficd." Music for the'' day will be under the direction of Barney Webber. High attendance Roals have been set fnr Sunday school and Training union, which begin at 9:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., respectively. 'A Great Faith' Is Lange's Sermon Topic The Redeemer Lutheran church pastor, the Rcv. E. f. Lange will speak at the Sunday morning service on the subject, "A Great Kailh." The service, beginning at 10:45 out iniquity, iusl and right is he'' (32:3.4). Willises To Lead Central Revival The R''V. Lonnift Bnwien, pastor of the Central Assembly of God church, has announced that r«viv- s! services will boffin Sunday with Rev. and Mrs F.dward Willis, of Fort Worth, Texas. The revival was scheduled to have begun last Sunday but WM postponed. Tne R«v. and Mrs. Willis are musicians and will be bringing a.m. will have Mrs. C. Brodrrson xpeciftl numbers in nonf; each night, Revolutionary Tie NEW LONDON, N- H.-ilJV-Two local residents can boaat that their grandfather fought under George Washington. Joseph Cutting, 83, and his 85-year-old sister, Julip Cutting Thompson, are the grandchildren of Benjamin Cuttln,. who enlisted in the Continental Army in l"7ii at the agp of IK and tt— reived an honorable rlhrhHrgp in 1780. at the organ and L. L. Dcen serving a.=. head usher. Sunday school and Bible claxsos are scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. with B. Devereux in charge of the devotional program. Station KTHT carries the Lutheran Hour at 12:30 p.m., Sunday. Station KPRC-TV will televise the "This Is Thc Life" program at 1ti:?,0 a.m. By inflating tires of large aircraft wi;h h«!ium Instead of air, 1*0 pounds of weight PT plan* can be saved. Monday through Friday, at 7:30 p . m. rhurch and Mr», Williams Is Houston, Prcsbytcrial secretary of Westminister fellowships. Prayer hour Is from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Choir rehearsal is set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Miss Watson Lists Sunday's Music Miss Aranna Watson, choir director at Wooster Baptist church, Saturday announced the musical program for Sunday at thc church. Allan Reldland" will sing "Face to Face" at the morning service. Piano accompanist will h« Mrs. Lloyd Llndsey and Mrs. J. W. Lounsberry Jr. will be mnrlmbist. Thc choir will sing at the night Welcome to Highlands Missionary Baptist Church 817 N. Main Sunday School .... 10:00 A.M. Preaching Service.. 11:00 A.M. BERT O'BANION, P««lor PHONE 2-1971 Investigate Tho church that believe* In teaching the scripture* dcriptarally. No hired man to do th« teaching, but a self edifyin* body. Jno. 10:U; Eph. 4:lfl. THE 7th STREET CHURCH of CHRIST 7th St. nt Darin IM. Service*: Sunday 10:30 ».m, 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:00 pjm. service. The selection will be an The evangelists will be present- hymn . ant hem entitled "Pray Withed on the broadcast of "Morning ou t Ceasing" Meditations" " ' over KREL Sunday at 8:30 a. m. and at the 11 a. m. church service. Sunday School will convene at 9:4.1 av m. and the young people of the church will meet at fi:30 p- m. The Sunday evangelistic service will begin at ":30 p. m. The Women's Missionary council of the church will meet Thursday at 9:30 a. m. at the church. Honest Orocerlen ALBION, Mich. — UP — A man walked into police headquarters, placed two sacks of groceries In front of the startled desk sergeant, anrl said "They are not mine," and walked away. Police later learned thnt a (U'livery boy at a supermarket had placed the groceries in the wrong car. FIRST CHURCH CHRIST, SCIENTIST $ervic»i Sunday — II A.M. Sunday School— 9:10 AJM. Wednesday Beadlnc Boom Located at Michigan an* K*r»4« Streets, Optra l:M to 4:tt J*Jt Mond»>* - Thnndayi - FiMftTl Wed. Honrt 7 t* T:« PJL Take Tour Family To Church With You On Sunday

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