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2 - Saturday, Mar. 28,1959 Redlands Daily Facts Easter Celebrated With Special Events Tomorrow will see world Christendom united in solemn Easter services commemorating the rise of Christ from earthlv death and His promise of redemption and eternal life to all true believers. Worship in praise and gratitude will begin at dawn in three sun rise service.; in the Redlands area. Services will begin at 6 a.m on the steps of the administration building of the University of Redlands under the direction of the United Christian Youth Fellowship of the Redlands Council Churches. Rev Carl M. Doss will bring the Easter message. Special music will be presented by Carol Phillips accompanied by Evelyn Paxton. Following the service will be an Easter breakfast at the First Baptist church at 7:15. Yucaipa Sunrise Services Also at 6 a.m. the Yucaipa Ministerial association will hold sun rise services on Flag Hill at the eastern end oi Yucaipa boulevard, with Rev. Messrs. Harold H. Fisch er. William Sloan. Lowell Young and Ray Johnson participating Special music will be the Yucaipa Junior High sextet, accompanied by Mrs. Bernice Valentine. Easter sunrise service by churches of Mentone will be held on play- grand of Mentone school at 6:05! am. The Easter message will be brought by Rev. Merrill Jensen of University of Redlands. Others taking part in the service] are Rev. Warner Skfles, Dale Rott, Miss Margery Allison, James Lay ton, Jr., Miss Judy Douglas and Dr. R. A. Snelling. The deaconesses of the Congregational church win serve doughnuts and coffee at the close of the service. In the Catholic churches of the Redlands area, the Paschal Candle, symbolizing the Savior's visible presence on earth, will be lighted tonight and will remain shining| until Ascension Thursday, May 7. Five wax nails, dipped in grains of incense, representing Jesus' wounds, are attached to the candle in the form of across. The Greek fetters, Alpha and Omega, above and below the cross, symbolize the beginning and end of all time. Easter Masses Easter Masses will be celebrated in Redlands Sacred Heart church at 6:15, 8. 9:15, 10:30 and 11:45 a.m. by Rev. Henry Keane, pastor, and his assistant. Rev. Michael Brendan 0'Sullivan. Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor of Sacred Heart church. Bryn Mwr, will celebrate High Mass at 8 a.m. and the 10 and 11 a.m. Masses. In St. Frances Xavier Cabrini church, Yucaipa, Rev. John M. Tahany, pastor will solemnize High Mass at 11 a.m. and Low Masses at 7, 8:30 and 10 a.m. Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor ofj St. Mary's church in Redlands, announces Easter Sunday Masses for the hours of 7, 8, 9. 10 and 11 ajn., and Solemn High Mass at noon. The choir of the Redlands Assembly of God church, 1202 Orange street, will present two special numbers at the ' 11 o'clock service, "Open the Gates of the Temple," and "The Holy City," under the leadership of Sarah Lela Grove, director. The pastors of the church, the 1 Rev. and Mrs. James F. Pepper, will also sing a duet, "Rabboni!" The subject of the morning message will be: "Why Weepest Thou?" ' First Baptist «.---_In the First Baptist church, crusades over most of the United Cajon at Olive streets, idcntica'|states and Canada, services will be presented at 9 and 11 a.m. Dr. Frank B. Fagerburg will bring the Easter mes sage "Heaven in Your Hand Rev. Enomoto To Speak Here Rev. "Molo" Enomoto, Japanese - American evangelist, - will speak at the Church of the Foursquare Gospel nightly beginnin: Tuesday and ending April 12, at 7 p.m. except Monday and Satur day. Rev. Enomoto was born in Shinto worshipping home and at tended a Buddhist church prior to his conversion to Christianit in 1947 He spent four years in a U.S. Relocation Center during World War n, and served the U.S. Airj Force as a welfare specialist dur •ng the Korean War. He has conducted evangelistic FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Southwest corner of Vine and Cajon streets. Rev. J. Wendell Beck, pastor. Sunday school 9:00 and 10:45. Morning worship 9:15 and 11 Special music will be provided by choirs under the direction ofj Edward C. Triti, accompanied byl Mrs. Bette V. Marti. Two-hour church school for sermon by the pastor; subject, babies and classes through sixth "Were You There — At the grade will begin at 9 a.m.. and Tomb?" Junior High through adult classes 7:00—Easter film, 'The Great will start at 10 Commandment shown in Knox Dr. Fagerburg has announced Hall. Everyone is invited to at that care will be provided for tend. A free-will offering will be only preschool children during taken, the H a.m service, and regular F (RST pgoTESTANT church families are urged to at- REFORMED tend the 9 a.m. service. . R „ j u nnrpr7v i Services ar the First Congrega- ^ Jy ffiltTWLSSB & £2 »CKr° rehiP 10:0 °' Se ™° n at *" iKL 0 JrL^ ple ' s 2:30 Trinity Episcopal church will p "f£^fLvice 7.30 hold Choral Eucharist at 7 and 9 . th ^LZT 730, ,°" a.m. and again at 11 ajn. with the P***' . ' Easter sermon by Rev. John de CHRIST LUTHERAN (Mo. Synod) Boer Cummings. Special music Colton Ave. at Church street, from Handel's "Messiah" will be ^ c . Schaller. pastor, presented. Sunday school 9:00. Three choirs will present spe- Mormng WO rship 10:30, sermon cial music at services to be held by tte pastor children's choir will in the First Methodist church at ^ ^ Easler hymn ..y e ^ 9:15 and 11 am The Easter mes- and Daughters of &e Kj ng . sage "Beyond Survival will be sunrjse 6 delivered by Dr. Frank M. Tooth- ML Vernon MnJjn ^ier, aker. U.R. en TV at 2 pjn. FIRST CHRISTIAN REFORMED The University of Redlands will . 1135 Church street. Rev. Henry present a half-hour television pro- Radius, pastor, duction describing the Easter Sunday school 11:15. story'jn music and drama Sunday Morning worship 9:45, sermon byj at 2 pjn. over KRCA, Channel 4. me pastor; subject, "The Joy of The program. "Foundations for ^ e Resurrection Judgment" will feature the uni- Young people's society 3, Bernie versity's Concert Choir, a student jjymeyer, leader, orchestra, living pantomines and Eyeing service 7:30. sermon by narrations. All these will be beau- the pastor . subject, "The Demand tifully combined to tell the story ^ ^ Resurrection of the creation of the Earth, and the death and the resurrection of HOUSE OF PRAYER Jesus Christ. Nelle E. Hildreth, pastor The 40-voice choir will sing Morning worship and prayer! The Creation" by Tom Scott 10:00, sermon by the pastor. "The Crucifixion" by W. B. Olds Prayer and morning worship, be- and "The Halleluja Chorus" from ginning at 10 a.m., sermon by the Handel's "The Messiah." visiting evangelist, praying through Narrating throughout the pro- f or deliverance in world crisis, gram will be Dr. Douglas G. Eadie, professor of religion at TRINITY BAPTIST the university and Jim Orr, uni-| Corner Western and day. AffHl versity junior student from La Habra. "Foundations for Judgment" if television series sponsored byi the Independent Colleges of] Southern California. ated with Southern Baptist convention. Rev. E. H. Burkett.J pastor. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 11, sermon by Bob Fail. Training union and young people's society 6:30, Mr. Thrope, lead- subject, "First Families of CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE er; Contemporary club. Fourth America. street at Vine. Rev. Rosalie B. Evening service 7:30, sermon by Fowler, minister. Bob Fail. ataiWft sermonj»N.VERS,TY METHODIST . . by the minister; subject, "You! Colton avenue and D.vis.on Are Immortal Now/' First Evangelical Lutheran Church East Olive Ave. at Myrtle EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES 8:15 Holy Communion 9:30 Church School 10:45 Holy Communion Nursery and Child Care Available at All Services REV. JOHN D. FOERSTER, Pastor EASTER AT FIRST BAPTIST Cajon and Olive Redlands 9 and 11 a.m. - Identical Services EASTER MESSAGE By DR. FRANK B. FAGERBURG "HEAVEN IN YOUR HAND" Special Easter music by the choirs under direction of Mr. Edward C. Tritt. Mrs. Bette V. Marti, organist street. Rev. Ronald E. Cameron pastor. Sunday School, 9:15. Morning worship 10:30, sermon I by the pastor. Junior high M. Y. F. 6:30. Senior high M. Y. F. 7. « I ASSEMBLY OF OOO 1202 Orange street James F. Pepper, pastor. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 11. sermon by I the pastor; subject, "Why Weepest I Thou?" Young people's society 6, Sarah I Lela Grove, leader. Evening service 7, sermon byj I the pastor. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Elder C. E. McGuire, presiding officer. Sunday school 9:40. Morning worship 11, sermon by Elder H. D. Gatchett. SACRED HEART CATHOLIC Southeast corner West Olive avenue and Eureka street Rev Henry W. Keane, pastor: Rev. Brendan O'SuUivan. assistant pastor. Sunday Masses 6:15, g, 9.-15, 10:30 and 11:45 a.m. Confessions Saturday from 4 toj 5:30 and from 7:30 to 9 p.m. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 1005 Columbia street Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor. Masses Sunday 7 a.m. (English). 8 (Spanish). 9 (English). 10 (English), 11 (English) and 7.-30 p.m. (English). Weekday Masses at 7:30 a.m. Confessions Saturday 4 to 5 p.m. and 7 io 9 p.m., heard in Spanish, English. BRYN MAWR SACRED HEART CATHOLIC Rev. Joseph Snoj. pastor. Sunday Masses. s,10 and 11 a.m Weekday Mass, 7:39 a.m. Novena to Jesus of Prague, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Confessions Saturday 3 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Northwest corner Fourth and West Vme streets. Sunday school 11. Sunday service 11:00; subject "Reality." Wednesday, 8:00, midweek meeting includes testimonies of Christian Science. healing. This church maintains a free reading room and lending library open daily from 9 to 5, except Sundays and holidays, and on Wednesday evenings from 6:W to 7:45 in the Masonic building, 131 Cajon. FIRST METHODIST Northeast corner Cajon street and East Olive avenue. Rev. Frank M. Toothaker, pastor. ' Sunday school 9:15. Morning worship 9:15 and 11. sermon by the pastor; subject Beyond Survival." Young people's meeting 9:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Northwest corner Cajon street and West Olive avenue. Rev Gerald C. Churchill, pastor. 9:30 — Easter worship in the Sanctuary. Sermon: "Light Out of Darkness." Baptisms and reception of Pastor's Class into membership. Music by Kimberly and Youth Choirs. Pre-schoo! children cared for during the service. 11:00 — Easter worship in the 'Sanctuary. Sermon: "Light Out! of Darkness." Music by the Sanctuary Choir. Pre-school children cared for during the service FIRST BAPTIST Southwest corner West Olive avenue and Cajon street. Rev. Frank B. Fagerburg. pastor. 6:00—Sunrise service, UR Administration building steps. All welcome. 7:15 —Breakfast, First Baptist church dining room. 8:00 — Laymen's Hour "over KABC. Dr. Herbert Gezork; president of Andover Newton Theological school, Newton Centre. Massachusetts, speaker; 9:00—Easter film: "The Rcsur rection" on KCOP. Channel 13 Sponsored by the United Church Women. 9:45—Pre-service prayer in the sanctuary. 9:00 and 11:00—Identical services of worship. Dr. Fagerburg oreaching on "Heaven in Your Hand." 9:00-11:00 — Two-hour church school period. Babies care for in the crib room. 10:00—Church school — classes for youth and adults. 11:00—Second worship service. 3:00-3:30 —University of Red] lands Easter TV program on KRCA, Channel 4. "Foundations for Judgment" will feature the University Concert Choir, the Student Orchestra and Feld Quartet as well as pantomime dancers. The story of Creation: Crucifixion] and Resurrection of Christ will be beautifully told in music and drama. 6:30—Youth meet at church. Program at First Presbyterian church, DIVINE SAVIOUR PRESBYTERIAN (Spanish) Rev. Jaime O. Quinones, pastor. Sunrise service 6:00. Morning worship 11:00, sermon by the pastor; subject "Jesusj Came Back." SECOND CHRISTIAN REFORMED 144 The Terrace. Rev. Otto De Groot Sunday school 11:30. Morning worship 10:00, sermon by the pastor; subject, "Sorrow Turned to Joy." Evening service 7:30, sermon by the pastor; subject, "The Shepherd Returns to His Sheep." SAN TIMOTEO UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL I R. L. Goble, superintendent | Sunday school 10:00. Special Easter services with Eldon Johnson family from Bolivia. Annual homecoming p o 11 u c k dinner at 1:00. Young people's society 6:30; Sttfve Rccdcr, leader; film strip, The Resurrection." TRINITY EPISCOPAL (Burrage Memorial) Southwest corner Fourth street and West Fern. Rev. John de Boer Cummings, pastor. 7:00—Choral Eucharist 9:00—Choral Eucharist (family service) presentation of children's mite boxes. 11:00 —Choral Eucharist and sermon. MENTONE CONGREGATIONAL COMMUNITY CHURCH Southwest corner of Beryl avenue and Mentone boulevard. Rev. Dr. Robert Snelling. Sunday school 9:30 Special Easter program 9:30, by church school. Nursery 10:30. Supervised care of small children during worship. Morning worship 10:45, sermon by the pastor; subject, "Something Happened." No Pilgrim fellowship this evening. More Than 700-Million To Celebrate Easter CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Southeast corner Sun avenue and Alta street Rev. Andrew W. Young, pastor. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 10:50, sermon by the pastor; subject, "Jesus Lives." Text: "Why seek ye the living among the dead? He is not here but he is risen." Luke 24:56. Evening sen-ice 7:00, sermon by the pastor; subject, "Bethlehem's Miracle Child BecomeSj Jerusalem's Mystery Man." Pan tomine. "The Old Rugged Cross' will be given by the young peo-j pie. TEMPLE BAPTIST Aaron W. Enrich, pastor. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 8:30 and 11. sermon by Rev. Horace F. Burns Training Union 6:15; George) Sisemore, leader; subject "First Families of America." Evening service 7:30, sermon by Rev. Horace F. Burns. STATE STREET CHRISTIAN State street and Highway 99. Rev. Curtiss Moody, minister ad interim. Sunday school 9:30. Morning worship 10:25, sermon by Curtiss Moody, minister ad interim; subject, "I Believe in Life Eternal." C.Y.F. and Chi Rho 7. combined meeting at the church, hall of missions. Movie, "Alternatives"; nar rator, Don Murray, motion picture star. SALVATION ARMY Highway 99 and Fifth street Lt and Mrs. Ralph Korstra, pastors. Sunday School 9:45. Morning worship 11, sermon by the commanding officer; subject, "Death's Darkness and Resurrection's Light." 1 Also: Enrollment of soldiers). Young people's society 6:15, Mrs. Louise Kolb. leader. Evening service 7:30, sermon by the commanding officer: subject. The Sowing and Affer." FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (U.L.C.A.) Corner East Olive avenue and Myrtle street Rev. John D Foerster, pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Morning worship 8:15 and 10:45, sermon by the pastor. Holy communion will be observed at both morning services. Luther league 7. Jack Iverson president of senior group. Dick Foerster, president of junior high group. BETHANY REFORMED Southwest corner Clark and Fourth streets. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 1). sermon by Rev. Ruben Ten Haken. Young people's society 6:30. Juniors, Olaf de Koning, leader. Intermediates, Shirley Harmelrag leader. Rev. Ruben Ten Haken. Evening service 7:45, sermon by of First Congregational Church Olive Avenue at Cajon Street GERALD CHURCHILL, Minister Easter Services at 9:30 and 11 a.m. SERMON: 'light Out of Darkness" WELCOME! STATE STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH 604 East State Street Minister ad interim Curt Moody Director of Youth . Donna Wanland UNION EASTER SERVICE — 6 a. m. Administration Building, U. of R. Easter Sunday Service 9:30 a.m. Church School of all aqet 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship. Carol Choir and Sanctuary choir singing. Nursery for babies. Sermon: "I Believe In Eternal Life." 7:00 p. m. Youth Meetings — Junior and Senior High. A film "Alternatives" starring Don Murray. EASTER SUNDAY ATTEND WORSHIP AT THE First Presbyterian Church Cajon and Vine 9:15 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. EASTER MUSIC BY THREE CHOIRS WITH 130 VOICES AT BOTH HOURS JAMES JORGENSON AND MARVELLA KOOIMAN, DIRECTORS DORIS CADWALLADER, ORGANIST SERMON: "WERE YOU THERE - AT THE TOMB?" Sunday School — 9:IS and 10:45 A. M. Nursery Care for Babies at Both Hoon CHURCH OF CHRIST (Christian) East Olive and Nordina Aaron P. Brown, minister. Sunday school 9.-30. . Morning worship 10:45, sermon by the minister; subject, "The Resurrection Amplified or Nullified Young people's society 6. Adult Christian Doctrine class 6. Evening service 7. An Easter program will be presented by the Bible school. A colored fQmstrip of "The First Easter" will also be shown. The public is invited. CHURCH OF THE FOURSQUARE GOSPEL 318 East Citrus avenue. Rev. Dr. C. L. Allen. Sunday school 9:30. Morning worship 10:45, sermon by the pastor: subject, "Jesus and Life." Young people's society 6, Jack Roberts, leader. Adults, Howard Edge, leader. Cadets, the Mur- rins, leaders. Evening service 7, sermon by the pastor; subject, "Why Resurrection?" FIRST BAPTIST OF MENTONE Mentone boulevard near Crafton avenue. Rev. J. Warner Skilcs, Jr., pastor. Mr. Wallace McLar-| en, Sunday school supt. Sunday school 9:45. Special Easter program. Morning worship 11, sermon by the pastor: subject, "They Were Convinced." Young people's society 6:30. Evening service 7:30. Easter program. FIRST FREE METHODIST Corner Webster street and Col ton avenue. Rev. Jack H. Mott weiler, pastor. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 10:50, sermon by the pastor; subject, "The Joys' of the Heavenly Harvest- Young people 6:00 — JMS, Bet ty Shelton, leader; CYC, Robert Crum, leaden Hi-FMY, Roy Rob-[ erts, leader, Sr-FMY, Judy Ed wards, leader. Evening service 7:00, sermon! by the pastor; subject, "The Secret of Christian Radiance." YUCAIPA, CALIMESA CHURCH NOTICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST. YUCAIPA Woman's Clubhouse, Avenue and Adams. Sunday service, 11 a.m.; Sunday school. 9:30 a.m. Children cared for during Sunday church ser vice. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, t p-m. Reading room, 12114 California street Open daily except Sun days and holidays 10 a.m., to p.m. and Friday evenings 7 to 9. YUCAIPA FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 12452 Bryant street Rev. Ira Marion, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 Morning worship 11, sermon by the pastor; subject, "The Resur rection." Evening service C, sermon by; the pastor. FAITH LUTHERAN of Yucaipa Valley. 12449 Calif. St. Yucaipa. Rev. Raymond Johnson, pastor Easter Sunrise service, Flagl Hill, 6:00. " Luther League breakfast 7:00. Identical worship service 9:00] and 11:00, sermon theme: "Were' You There When He Rose From the Grave?" Mark 16:1-8. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF DUNLAP ACRES 12717 Fourteenth street Rev. John R. Charlton, pastor.| Sunrise service, Flagbill, 6:00. Sunday school 9:30 and 11. Morning worship 8:45 and 11 sermon by the pastor; subject, Because He Lives." Young people's society 6:00 (4 societies). Evening service 7:30. Our three choirs combine to present Easter Cantata. Subject, "Hallelujah! What a Savior!" YUCAIPA FOURSQUARE Bryant street and Yucaipa boulevard. T. A. Miller, pastor. Sunday school 9:45. By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International More than 700,000.000 people around the world will celebrate this Easter. In stately Latin and melodious Polynesian, and in virtually every other known tongue, they will repeat the news that sped through the demoralized company of Christian disciples on the first Easter morning, one thousand nine nun dred and twenty-nine years ago. "He Is Risen!" Easter is the oldest and most sacred of Christian holy days for] very goo<" reason. Unlike the Ori ental religions which are based on mystical experiences a n metaphysical speculation, Chris tianity is anchored in history to an event — the resurrection Jesus Christ. From its earliest days to the present, the Christian church tias never hesitated to stake its whole case on the claim that this event really happened. If Christ be not risen." the apostle Paul told the Corinthians, "then is your faith in vain." What is the evidence for the resurrection? Many Christians probably would answer that question by citing the Biblical stories about the finding of the empty tomb. These stories dramatize the fact! of the resurrection as nothing else can, and their devotional value has earned them the central place at most Easter worship services Secondary Evidence But to the rigorously objective modern scholars who have exposed the New Testament to the most searching scrutiny ever given, to any.book, the empty tomb is secondary evidence. These scholars point out that there are a number of discrepancies in the various gospel nar-] ratives about the awesome dis- YUCAIPA PILGRIM HOLINESS Thirteenth street and Avenue E, Yucaipa. H. C. McCoy, pastor. Sunday school 9:45. CHURCH OF CHRIST (YUCAIPA) 33981 Yucaipa boulevard. Evangelist Lee F. Lambert, minister Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 10:45, sermon by the evangelist; subject, "Why I Believe That Jesus Is the Son of God." Young people's society 5:30; Bruce Arnett, leader; subject, Public Speaking." Evening service 6:30, sermon by the evangelist; subject, "An Emphasized Command." FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH OF YUCAIPA 15th street and Avenue E. William Russell, pastor. Wednesday, 7:00, teachers and officers meeting. 8.-O0, Bible study and prayer meeting. Thursday, 9:30 a.m., and 7:00] pjn., church visitation. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 11:00. Training Union 6:30. Evening service 7:30. covery that greeted the devoted women who went to the tomb "early in the morning on the first day of the week." These discrepancies do not mean that the story is untrue. On the contrary, even a newspaper reporter can discern, in the different accounts, just that variation in detail but agreement on essential fact which is the hail-mark of authentic eyewitness accounts of any momentous event But the discrepancies do indicate to Biblical researchers that the first Christians did not attach primary importance to the empty tomb. If they had, a greater attempt probably would have been made to pin down the precise facts, to harmonize the disparate versions that circulated freely in the oral traditions until they eventually were set down in the gospels. Answer Is Clear What pushed the empty tomb into the background of the early apostles' thoughts? The answer is abundantly clear in all of the gospels, in the book of Acts and in Paul's letters. The apostles saw Jesus himself, not once but on many occasions after his death. They knew him to be living, and their supreme certainty of this fact made all corroborating evidence" seem unimportant. The .earliest account of Jesus' resurrection appearances is gives in Paul's first letter to the church at Corinth: "For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the scriptures, that he "was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the scriptures, and that he appeared to Peter, then to the twelve. "Then he appeared to more than 500 brehren at one time, most of whom are still alive, though some have fallen asleep. Then he appeared to James, then to all the apostles. Last of all. . . be appeared also to me." It is sometimes said that the resurrection of Jesus is "the best- attested fact in history," because the whole Christian church bears witness to it. Twe Ideas Those who make this statement usually have two ideas in mind. First, they mean that the existence of the church can hardly be explained except in terms' of the resurrection. As one scholar has written, "it is easier, even for non-believer in miracles, to accept the fact of the resurrection than to find any other adequate explanation of the change that came over the disciples within three days after they had fled Jerusalem in terror." The second meaning is that the church, from the time of tie apostles until now, has consisted at its rare of men and women who are convinced — not by anything they had read or have been told, but by the irrefutable evidence of their own experience — that Christ is living still. RESERVATION FORM Gale Banquet Celebrating 36th Anniversary of Redlands Bowl Mn. Edward I. Darrafi, Chairman 311 Tarracina Radiant, Calif. Plaata raitrva placat at (10 aack (or Hi* Kadlaadj Bowl Parmanant FattSval Orc^iaitra laaaftt at Arrawkaad SpriDfs Hofal, Tuaiday. April 7. 1159, at 7:30 P.M. Na Addn Ticfcatt will b« mailad en raeaipt of your ckack. Plaata land irlf-addratiad itampad aavalopt far rahirn. FOR A BIBLE MESSAGE, A SPIRITUAL BLESSING, COME WORSHIP WITH US EACH SUNDAY — 11:00A.M.Jc7:30P.M. Sunday School at 9:30 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Wed., Prayer The Alliance Church Cora. Clark and Cajon Rev. Paul Kirk. Pastor

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