Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 30, 1963 · Page 7
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, August 30, 1963
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H»f6 in September Nazarene Church Plans Convention The POWER of FAITH By WOODI ISHMAEL Dr. A. P. Harp*r New Minister At Calvary Bible ' The Calvary Bible Church,! Garden City, Voted unanimously; to call Rev. James E. Porter as I pastor. His first official Sunday will be Sunday. Reverend Porter is a graduate of Bob Jones University, the World's largest co-educational, flundamentnl, Bible believing university. i Reverend Porter was first licensed to preach under the Gospel Fellowship Assoc. In t h e winter of 1962 he was licensed -by • the Calvary Baptist Church |of Lamar, Colo. ; In July 1962, h e was ordained in that church as a Baptist min, ister.' Reverend Porter has been active in the field of personal evangelism. H e will be making .his-move here from Grand Rap- r AIR CONTROL CO. HEATING ; AIR-CONDITIONING SALES, INSTALLATION •—AND SERVICE 112 S. Main BR 6-8072 We Service All Makes! Mobile Sheet Metal Shop Nazarene Sunday School leaders and pastors in this area are scheduled to attend a Kansas district church schools convention at the Church of the Nazarene in Garden City, Tuesday, Sept. 10. The convention will unite workers from alxnit 40 Nazn- rene churches with a total Sunday School enrollment of fi.OOO in western Kansas. A similar convention will be Thursday, Sept. 12, in Newton. Dr. A. F. Harper, Kansas City, executive editor of the Church Schools department, will speak at the opening program at 9 a.m. Tuesday. The program will be part of an "outreach" effort of the church. -It is aimed to increase the denomination's .• S ai n day School enrollment total f r om 700,000 to 1 million. The church now stands about Ifith in the size of its Sunday School. Workshops for various age- group interests will be conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m., and 3 and 7:30 p.m. The workshop will feature ten leaders in church school work from the denominational headquarters in Kansas City. Church of the Nazarene is one of the larger Protestant denominations that stands for scriptural holiness in the Wesleyan tradition. It has a total world membership of 394,000 in more than o.COO churches. Church Back On Schedule The Garden City Presbyterian Cnurch will resume its fall time schedule Sunday. Convocation of all Sunday School classes will be at 9:45 a.m. Several new teachers will begin work, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Masoner are serving as general superintendents for the second year. Fmll class work will be underway after next Sunday's starting session, when teacher and room assignment is complete. Worship hour of the church will return to 11 a.m. The Rev. J. Merion Kadyk pastor, will be leading the worship and preaching, having concluded his Colorado vacation, Sunday's sermon theme will be "Seeking God." Following the worship, a coffee-hour will afford opportunity for getting acquainted. It will be in the Stella Stewart room of the educational building. ; For Expert Servke See ... ALBERT BURNS with 15 yean of automotive mechanics and air conditioner servicing experience at ... ALLEN'S SAFETY CENTER • INTERNATIONAL MUFFLERS . . . With A Written Guarantee for at Long at You Own the Car! »14 N. 8th. BR e-72B1 JL/r. Frank C. Laubach has dedicated his life to spreading the light of Christianity to the millions of underprivileged illiterates throughout the world. Hli missionary career began in the Philippines in 1915 and a few years later he developed his picture-word literacy charts. He has worked.out, in 312 languages, a simple system of phonetic charts—a picture language through which uneducated people learn to read in their own language. In 1930 he originated the volunteer method of promoting literacy known as "each one teach one." As a result, more than 60 million people in India, Africa, Korea and Latin America have learned to read in their own language. Dr. Laubach's primary motive is to spread ihe gospel, and he believes "every Christian needs to read his Bible." He has presented the story of Jesus in over 100 languages. i AP Newsfcatures — Page Tlly Friday, August 30, 1963 Church Makes Appointments Two appointments in St. Thomas Kpisrnpnl Cluirch wore : nimomu'pd today l>y the rector, | tli t - Hrv. Henry Wright. j I.IM Ilnnnemnn is the new, C'hurrli School s\i|x>riMtowl(>itt : mid Mrs John lii^Ks n.s chnir- | man of the Christian l-Muration Committee for Ilio parish. llannrmnn succeeds David I. Williams, former Garden (' i t y Junior College dcau, who lias' moved to Colorado. i Mrs. Itiggs, a graduate of Trinity University, took her 1 training in this Hold and hrr degree as an assistant in Christian Kduoatinn. Ileginning (his fall Hie church, school will use (ho Faith and Life curriculum as adopted for Ivpiscopal parishes. Other members of the committee are Dr. I'aull Need, Mrs. Marge Krick and Mrs. James Neumann. Second Baptist Plans Special Sunday Program The Kov. V. L. Molvbs, pastor 1 of the Second Baptist Church, i will sponsor a Ten Commandments program starting at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. IS. Hevorend Bobbs is asking all churches to fellowship with them on that day. Busy Life for Miami Pastor First Christian Pastor Named New pastor of th e First Christian Church in Garden City is Dr. Alvin E. Houser. He will begin his pastorate Sunday. Reverend Houser, his wife and daughter, Debbie, will live at the church parsonage, 407 N. 4th. The Housers c om e from Aurora, Colo., where he has served the First Christian Lutheran Laymen Set Outdoor Meeting Lutheran Laymen's League met Sunday evening in Tririity Hall with 30 members attending. Lester Koch presided in the absence of Dr. Earl Weiss, president. It was decided the September meeting would be o u l- doors at the home of August Koster. The theme of the opening and discussions was, "Benefits of Family Worship". This was presented in the form of panel discussions. Clarence Gercken served as topic leader and moderator. Henry Geisaking, Paul Heine and John Hannoman served as hosts. Church the past six years. Reverend and Mrs. Houser are graduates of Texas Christian University at Fort Worth. He also has served Christian churches in Elk City, Okla. and Pino Bluff, Ark. Mrs. Houser will work with the educational program of the Bible School, with special emphasis on C. Y. F. The church's former pastor, the Rev. Arthur F. Fleming, moved this week lo Aurora where he has exchanged pulpits with Reverend Houser. MYF Convocation Set for Great Bend High school youth from t h e Garden City and Southwest Kansas will be among those attending the Methodist Youth Fellowship Convocation in the Great Bend High School gymnasium Saturday, Sept. 7. Between 1,000 and 1,500 young people are expected at the all- day meeting. The program is under the direction of the Rev. Roger Shanks, new Central Kansas Conference youth director Wichita. By BOB HARING MIAMI. Okla. i AD-Mr. Kn , thusiasin is the name for Kiisscll Martin His t>norf,'\ pinlirace.s such di verso fields n.s the ministry and sports announcing for a radio station. ll,> iilo (ravels extensively' on oviWfjrlistii 1 omsailes, writes songs and is active in civic affairs nf this northeastern Oklahoma town. Martin is minister of the Kirst . Christian Church. He also is sport* dirorttor for t:he radio station and. in that capacity, broadcasts do/.ens of foolhall and basketball KHIIUVS of area liinh; schools "lid Northeastern Okla liomii A & M College. '• Deanery Meets Will Be Sunday Deanery meetings will be Sunday at I! p.m. at SI. Mary's Parish Hall, Garden City, and at the Sacred Heart Cathedral Atnl- ll.ii'lniu in Dodge City at 7:HO p.m. to discuss with the lay- chairmen the details of this year's Dod^'e City Diocesan Devi lopment Program. With these meetings, the men in all fotu deaneries of tho Diocese of Dodge City will have been '.ir.'t fed for tho annual DDP npprn 1 lo be Sunday, Sept. l!i). Aflcr the Deanery meeting, fie paiish chairmen will take o v c r the instruction mid guidance of the men in the parishes in preparation for a personal call on every Catholic in the diocese on Diocesan Development Program on Sept. 2!) Ycl Martin rarely misses a Sun day ii\ his own pulpit And he has' led his I'lmrch lo first in baptisms) among both Disciples and \>\v ' Testament Christian Churches in Okiaiioma. In his 17 years here, memhi'i'Miip has xrovvii from 4.~iO i to I.'.XIO A fe.'i'.ire of Ihc church is the ( "Kiddie Kolli'Ke." a program con l .Iticled each Wednesday after .school lo encourage youngsters to meinoi'i/.i' Scripture on which the church's beliefs arc based. i Martin helped organl/e a boys'! baseball pmgl'n.m seven; years .•!;;•> More Hum (i!)0 vouni; sters r.'ivv play In three leaiMei ' Mis M.iiliu Is active, loo. She recently took a group of j^irls from the church on a lour of bible col- lo>,;;'.s and fn fluently hikes part in clinics at 0/ark Whir- College In nearby .loplin, Mo. She i.lso runs (be Martin home, where five of their six children still live. One daughter is married and Ihe Martins have three grandchildren. Martin was graduated from ('in- Convention for Foursquare Church Annual 4-day convention of the Foursquare Church midwest district will open Monday, Sept. fl, at Ihe Na/.arene Conference Grounds, Overland Park. The Rev. Claronce Murphy, pastor of tile Garden City Foitr- Mliinre Church, 1.111 Now York Ave., said more tbnii 7, r > churches in the district, which includes Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota, will be represented. clmtali Itlble College in l!MO : «ind svcnt five years in evangelistic work before he entile hero. II 1 recently was elected vice president of the American CJ\rls- tian Cluirch Convention. * Interim Pastor Is Selected The liev, Howard I'. Woertrn- dyUe, retired Molhodlsl minister, Garden City, will serve as interim pastor of tlv> Community Clnitvh, :ii'd anil Walnut He will serve until a pastor is named lo fill the pulpit vacated liy the liev. John Kll/gerald, who h;is accepted o charge In northern Michigan, lie preached his final sermon here last Sunday. There will only be an 11 a.m. worship service this Sunday and church school classes will resume nl Ilu> ()::)() hour on the follow- in-.: Sunday, Sept. H. Uovorand Worrteiulyko will l l>e In the church office two mornings a week. YoutiH Follows Miami Loan Company Advice MIAMI, Fla. (AIM—A Coral .Gables loan firm several days ago turned down a young man's request for money because he was iiimlor 21. . "Come back with a co-signer," snld Charles Jones, thp manager. The youivg man returned Tlluifs- day with another youth and n[^revolver. They fled with $512. Directory of Garden City Churches ..-JIT. VAST'S ROMAN CATHOLIC Rev. Clement N. Goubeaux, C.PP.8.. Rer«. David Dougherty, C.PP.S. and James Schrader C.P.S.. assistants. Phone BR 6-4053. 509 St John. Sunday Mas»es: 6, 7. 8. 9:30. 10:45, 12:00. Weekday Mnsaes: 6:30, 7:30, It a.m. Dally Rosary: 7:30 p.m.: Sunday: 3:80, Holy TTour Thursday. 7)30 p.m. Confemlons: Saturday, HJves ot Holy Days ind First Frldavs: 3:30-6:00 and 7:45-9:00 p.m, ST JAMT58 LUTHERAN St. James Lutheran Church member of The American Lutheran Cnurch, 9th anJ Jones. BR 8-6108. Paul W. Sohalrer, pastor, 616 N. 9th. Sunday Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. j Worship Services. 10:45 a.m. Holy Communion celebrated the first Sunday of every month, CHAPKL James T. Randull, pastor. 1409 A. Phone BR 6-3882. Sunday: Sunday school, 9:46 ».m.; Worship, 10:45 a.m.: People'* meeting. 7 p.m.; Evening Service 7:80 p.m. Thursday! Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. PIEBCEVIXT,!! ITBnBRATKD Sunday i Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.; Worship Service, 11:00 a.m.) Youth Clubs. 6:44 p.m.: livening Worship, 8:00 p.m. FELLOWSHIP HAPTI8T W, T. Froggate, pastor, phone BR 6-6S36 or BR 6-ES04, Ffrst and Spruce Street*. SnndM. Bible School, 9:46 a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m.; junior and senior youn| peoples wrrie« 8:00 p.m.: Evening Preaching, 7:00 p.m. Tqe'day. 7 p.m. Church at work Thursday i Mid-week «rvtce 7 p.m. OAEDKN CITY MKNNUNITE ItBlvTHBKN Floyd B. Born, pastor. BK 6-7410. 3rd and Campbell. Sunda,: Sunday School 9:45 a.m.: WorohlD 10:45 a.m.: Evening worjhlp, 7 p.m. Wednesday! rrayer aervice. 8 p.m. TRINITY LUTHKBAN OI1DBCB Rev. Herman R. Mayer. 408 Jones Avenue. Telephone 6-4464. First Service 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Second Service 10:45 a.m. Communion Lit Sunday. 8'.30 a.m 3rd Sunday. 10:45 a.m. LIGHT OF L>m Tabernacle Strnuel J. Larsoa pastor, «acond building noctb Of VFW. off Hwy 60. Phone fa« 6-8444. Sunday! Service, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Service, I p.m. > Churcn open day and night CALVABY BIBLECHUBUB r (IndepMdeat) Rev. J. Eugene Layne, Pastor, gunciay School: 9:45 a. m.; Worship atrvice, 10:45 a.m.; evening service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Midweek Hour of Po\ie r Service 1:30 p.m. BEUBGANIZEU CMl'BCH O* JbSUS CHBIST OF LATT£B DAV SAINTS Hey A. Chavman. paflt.jr, Piiune BR 6-70S.). S0:i pvaiis. No Service., during August and S<:-^t- sniber. j CHl'Brn OK ( HBIST, DtKBUKLD ! Hermai: Barnett. paatoi. ( Sunday service — 10 a.m. Evening 6 p.m. JIST. j Wednesday — $ p.m. MST RETHKL. A. H. E. Snndty; Sunday scnooi: 8:30 a.m. 7 worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday: Mission circle, x p.m.; Prayer and class meeting. 7: HO p.m. FAITH TABRRNACLE Assembly of Ood Chnrrb J, J. Krlmmer, pastor, 8th and Kansa, nl'"m BR B-!!Wl; BR S-WSS (homrr Sunday: 9:46 a.m. Sunday Schooltime 11 am. Worflhlntlme; 8 p.m. Revlvaltlme. Tnertday: 8 p.m. Men's Prnyer meeting. Thursday: 9:30 a.m. Ladles prayer meeting: 8 p.m. Prayer and praise service. FTBST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arthur F. Fleming, pastor. Phone BR 6-4104 or BR 6-54H. 7th and Chwitnut. Sunday! Sunday School. 9i45 n.m. : Wnrnhlp, 10:45 a.m.. Evening 7:30 p.m.. Chi Rho, t p.m., CYF 6 p.m. Thnr«dav: Choir. 7:48 p.m FIRST METHOniRT CHURCH Paul Hantla, pastor, phone BR 6-4523. &I5 North 8th. Pundayi Sunday School, 0:SO K.m.; Wnr«)iln. 10:46 a.m.: MYF 0)30 p.m.; Evening Worahlp. 7:30 p.m. Thursday: onolr Practice; Primary 4:15. Junior 4:60. Youth 7 and Chancel 7:45 p.m. OF OOD IN CHRIST K. H> Sanders, pastor, phone BR fl-8749. South Star Route. Snodsy 8>inda> buhool, J0:30 a.m.: Wor.-hlp. 11 -W a.m.: Y. P W. W.. 8:80 p.m.: Evangelistic Sprvirn. 7:80 p,m. Tne«day! Bible Study, 8:00 p.m. Frlilnv! Praver Service. 8:00 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTPRIAN CHTJRCH J. Mi>rlon Kadyk, pastor. 7th and Pine. BH 8-^:«3 Manse BR 6-7918. Sunday: Sunday (u'hool 8:45 a.m., Worship, 11 s.m. United Preflbyti-rlan Youth, 6 p.m. Mariner? second Sunday each montli, 7:30 p.m. Wedn»fiday: Men'n Blbl^ Stuily 7 a.m. Thursday: Chancel Chfjlr, 8 p.m. Women's Afinoclatlon. fourth Thursday. 3 00 p.m.; Circles, second Thurnday; Junior Choir. 4:15 p.m. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CnCBCII P , Mal " 1 fS all w A" mt - rfenr y E. Wright, rector. *,'' D-.jl7o. Sanday: Holy Communion, 7:30 a.m.. Holv Corrinunlon and church .school 10 a.m! first Sunday ench month; Morning Prayer and ehurch school 10 a.m.. other Sundays ol month PTOST BAPTIST OTIUUCII Hftrman Llcao, Interim Pimtor Phono UK 8-B2GO llth a Joneo P.esidcnce phone BR 1-4474. Sunday: Sunday School, II.'ID a.m., Worship 11:00 n.m. Evenlnf Fellowship. 7 p.m. Womhln 7:4n p.m. WcdnoKdny: 8 p.m. pniycr nml Blhli> study. Mrm's Fpllowxhlp — 8 p.m. 2nil Mdnclny Women's Sndnty — 2 p.m. ] H t Thuradiiy. Thursday: 8 p.m. Adult choir. CIUJBCP, OV TIIK IIBKTIIBKN Dorsey ID. Ko'rurlt. (itiHtor. UK ii-7;:'.n. Inme Phone BR 6-7? fl. Eljchth and St. John H\» Sunday: Church snhnnl. U:4f> am.; morning worship 11 a.m.; C.B.Y.F. 6 p.m., Junior Illfh Pfllowship and evening "nrHhlp, 7:.')() p.m. Wednesday: Adult choir. 7 p.m. •very Urrt Thursday. Jinlor choir, 4:15 p.m. Thursday: Women's F'llowshlp, 1:30 p.m PKAIHIK VIKW fITURRII OF TIIK liKKTIIKIvN' 2 miles wn«t of Friend on County I«in«. Mark Km«\viliT, iiiistnr, Ph. Bit li-riOdV. Frii-nil> Sunday: Kumlay Sc-hon) !l:.'l(l a.m.. •nunilnr wur- »hip 10:30 a.:n. Youth fclln\v;ihl|i. 7.1X1 p.m. I'ruv- er Fellowship 7 p.m. Kv^nlut,' Worship 7:'l. r i p.iii. noon UST. ilid-vesk B l bit FOURSQUARE OORPR. Clarence Murphy, pastor, 1311 New York. 6-7481 *<iiMdsy: Sunday school. 9:15 ».m., Worarjp 11 a.m. Evangelistic §drvlce 7 '30 p.m. Taeidsy and Pflday scn-iceo 7:30 om We.ineaday 7:30 "The Hour of Power" HOI.COUR CUMHUNITI PBKSBYTERIAN Ruth HicUlng. minister. Ph. BR 8-6501. P () i;o: 51 Holcomb, fianday: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning W9rehlp. 11 a.m.. U. P.Y.I p.m. • uesdayt Prayer mettng and Bible Study. 7:TO p.m. Wednesday: Choir practice. 4 o. m. Friday: Junior BibleClub. 4 o.m, JKHOVAH'S WITNKS6P8 Kingdom Hall. Comer Kansas and Pearl. Sundayt Public sddress, 7:00 p.m.: Watch- tn-a-ei study, 8ll5 p.m. Tutkday: Bible study, ( p.m. Friday: Bn-vlce InEtruction., 7:.'iO o.m ; theo oral: •ini«'» t -<-hr,f.i g-sn n rn THE CHURCH OF JEBPS CHRIST OF LATTEH DAV SAINTS Ftuinn AnJeroon, brancli president. BK 8-494S Sunday: Prletthood nriedtlng. 9 a.m.: Sunday o:.'i..jol Id H rn • Sacrernnit 11 « ni ShCOMJ BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. V. L. Bubbrt. 6-4WJ5 HOT N Main Sunday - Sunday School «:•«;/ a.m. Worabip Service 11 a.m.. Union Training 6 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer Service 7 p.m. TbiuUay — Mtiiion Circle. 2:30 p.a. C1IUKCII op (iOD Delon Flnles. Diutor. ijliono lilt i;-.'!(K)6 80« F'nr»hlnir Siiinlay: Suiidnv Srhnol !l::!(l n m ; Wurt,iii|i. K):-i. r ) a.m.: KvfiiiMK Ht-rvin-.H, fj ;;o p tn Thumday: Midweuk aervice. /:.'JU p.m. FIHKT Silt' I Hl:itN IJAI'TIST CII|!|t(:ri Jon Wafl« Lurtz, paator. Phonu lilt (HilWIJ 30!' Weal Campbell, Sunday: Hunday School 9:46 a.m.: Wornhlp 10:50 a.m.; B.-ipttet TrainliiK Union U:4, r >, Evening Services. 1:W p. m. Monday: lii-otherhood * Tuesday: W M U. Thursday: Prayer Meatlne. 7:30 p.m. S-unbcanis, Junior fi.A.'n, Inlcrmi'iliate O.A.'s ind Hoyal Amljasfidors, B:XO p.m. Friday: Visitation. rill'ltCII OK THP NAZ.4PKNE Bob Fetti.'ia, Pastor, lllli unrl Kim. and Klin. Sunday! .Sunday School. « \(, » m. ; Wor.-lil|i 10:50 a.m.; You.ig People 6:30 pin.; Eveninf (:JO p.m. Thariday: Grayer Ueetiog, r.'Mj p.m. COMMI1MIV < <IM,Ur.l,,l I IIIVAI. (II lit! II Sunday: Church .School. 9:.')<J am; Morniny Worahlp 11 a.m. I'liufsdiij . • I.JIIM. Youtb li:ii: Children* l:lt> ana Aault a p.m. cill'iifii or Phone BH 6-4500. 1503 Pat'« Diivo (1 mile hint of Main on Kansas) Clifton Stark, minister. •fuiiday : Sunday b<:ho<j| 9:45 am : burday worship 10:45 a ni ; Kvcuine Jiervlce 6 p.m. lV>ilnri,dd> 10 a 'n Liuli'-« Biblo htudy. Thursday Night: Claane, 7.:;0 13th SI \ I N I II II\V 41111 SIISI Owens. tiaJtcr. phone BH ti-777:; 614 N Post Card Arithmetic For Buyers of Advertising THIS . . . 4c STAMP POST CARD OR SAME SIZE SPACE AS POST CARD IN THE GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM What Does It Cost? TO MAIL A POST CARD TO 5,900 SUBSCRIBERS ................................................... (This Is for Postage Alone and Does Not Includa Cost of Addressing and Printing) SAME SIZE IN THE TELEGRAM FOR THE SAME 5,900 SUBSCRIBERS (Includes Printing arid Guaranteed Delivery) s»lurd»j : 9.45 a.m. 3abb»tb Scnooi. 11 Worship. tridty: '/.M ii.ui. Youag People » Ul Now Look at This! Your Ad, Post Card Size In This Newspaper 1 DAY EVERY WEEK FOR 26 WEEKS! FOR LESS THAN SINGLE POST CARD MAILING $196.56 IT'S NO WONDER MERCHANTS WHO INSIST ON THE MOST FOR THEIR MONEY USE ... The Garden City Telegram OVER 20,000 READERS

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