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The Lexington Herald from Lexington, Kentucky • Page 5

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THE LEXINGTON HERALD Page 5 Saturday Morning July 15 1950 Jack and Betty gray TESTED TIPS In And Around Lexington The Sunday School Lesson By William Gilroy ENJOYING A CHAT between classes at the Lexington Junior League Horse Show are (left to right) Miss Joann McEvoy Miss Ann DrWrese and Miss Myra Michaels 1 tfXG CHICAGO 72? 9 KEEP WATERMELON COLP 7 nl a PiCNlC CHILL Consecration Service Set Consecration of five young members who have entered or are preparing to enter Christian service will be held at the Sunday-morning worship service at Park Meth- Baptist Conference Is Scheduled Aug 1 Five hundred Baptist men are expected to attend a state-wide pas-tor-laymen conference to be held Aug 1 at Grace Baptist church under sponsorship of the Brotherhood of the Elkhorn Association Registration will begin at 8:30 a Among those who will be on the program are Dr Boone executive secretary of the General Assembly of Kentucky George Schroeder assistant executive of the Baptist Brotherhood of the South Memphis Tenn Judge John McCall Memphis Dr Bell Hindman the Rev Spicer Keene and the Rev Fred Tarpley Barbourville Reservations for those desiring to stay in Lexington overnight are being handled by I Finnell 925 Idlewild court k- I i- sx -Xi 'X sy vCI MRS THOMAS BURCHETT of Ashland has been appointed national chairman of the Press Relations Committee of the Daughters of the chairman of the Press Relations Committee of the Daughters of the American Revolution The appointment was made by Mrs James Patton president general Active in DAR work since 1923 Mrs Burchett is a member of Poage chapter She holds membership in several patriotie societies Joe to Louise Willson Worthington property in Floral Park and Ethel Gaines to John and Loraine Huston property on Elizabeth street Magistrate Courts Oscar Moberly reckless driving $25 and costs Harry Richards Robert Hembree- Thomas Futrell George Daniel Bagby Melvin Kaufman Ralph Shenton Julius Mandeltort and Roscoe Cinder habitual use of narcotics one year each probated to Public Health Service hospital Louis Ford breach of peace $5 and costs Police Court Being drunk Herman Horn Carl Dunn and Frank Bond $10 and costs each Walter Bunnell 30 days Pete McGarvey $100 and costs and 30 days Sherman Black dismissed Breach of peace Ethel Marshall Thomas Marshall and Jasper Hensley dismissed Robert Akers continued to today under $100 bond James King $100 surety bond to keep the peace Theodore May grand larceny dismissed Ernest McNeill flourishing a deadly weapon recognized to keep the peace in sum of $100 Whayne Haffler Quits Zoning Commission Whayne Haffler Lexington architect who has served as a member of the board of adjustment of the planning and zoning commission for a number of years has resigned due to ill health Mayor Tom Mooney said he received Haffler's resignation yesterday and would accept it with reluctance He complimented the architect for his service The rounselor for Christian College in Kentucky and Tennessee acted as hostess at the luncheon and introduced the guest of honor Miss Helen Reifel the counselor for Chrisfian College in Indiana and Ohio After the luncheon swimming was enjoyed i Prenuptial Parties For Miss Odell Mr Jackson Mrs Delia Sanford of Eminence was hostess for a cocktail party Friday afternoon at her home for Miss Mary Odell of Lexington and Eli Jackson of Eminence bridal pair-elect The party was followed by a dinner-bridge for the couple at the Little House in Shelbyville given by Miss Ann Rice of Ghent and Kent Floyd of Eminence Guests included the members of the wedding party and the families Mrs William Giltner will honor Miss Odell and her fiance with a dinner-bridge tonight at her home Twenty guests have been in- the party for Miss Dorothy Bradley of Georgetown and John Howard Whitcomb of Byron Minnesota Cotillion Club Gives Annual Summer Dance The members of the Lexington Cotillion Club entertained with their annual dance Friday night at the Lexington Country Club Mr and Mrs Swope Loughridge were in charge of arrangements and were assisted by Mrs Russell Lutes Several dinner parties w'ere held by the members prior to the dance Personals Mr and Mrs A Pence and Mr and Mrs A Pence and their family all of Stanford are spending their summer vacation in Sarasota Fla Recent guests of Mr and Mrs Herman Claypoole of Midway were the members of their family Mr and Mrs Perry Claypoole and children Phil and Sharon of Columbus Ohio Mr and Mrs Forest Wagner and daughters Shirley and Phyllis of Cincinnati and Mr and Mrs Marvin Claypoole of Versailles Miss Bettie Claypoole has just returned from Cincinnati Concluding a 10-day visit with Mr and Mrs Gerber McDowell road were their daughter Mrs James Caroll Wilson and Mr Wilson of Topeka Kan Mr Wilson will receive his A degree in bacteriology from the University of Kentucky in August Hard-boiled eggs shell easily when held under cool running water Marriage Applications Charles Svatba Tulsa Okla and Pauline Osborne Booneville Owen Arnold Scott county and Elizabeth Scanlon Fayette county Marriage Licenses James Calhoun cabinet maker and Irene Florence both of Lexington Willard Bishop machinist and Ann Sellier both of Lexington County Court Orders In re estate of Brown deceased motion affidavits and written order referring to special commissioner to determine fees A Chinn qualified as appraiser of estate of Harry Adams deceased In re Phillip Gerald Kirwan minor over 14 written order naming-mother as guardian for purpose of giving consent to join Navy New Suits Filed Rose McClure vs Jane Lee Stores Inc for $15500 for injuries claimed in fall (35657) Divorce Is Granted Mrs Pauline Gentry Ritchey yesterday was granted a divorce from Leroy Ritchey by Fayette Circuit Judge Chester Adams on her charge of cruelty Mrs Ritchey was granted custody of her child $10 weekly maintenance and household furniture Property Transfers Ashland Park Inc to Arthur Rouse Jr property on Chinoe road Gay-Coleman Construction Company to Walton and Frankie Ferrell 999 Marcellus drive Gay-Coleman Construction Company to Edgar and Alicia May Osten 991- Marcellus drive Prestoq and Nannie Hunter to Herman and Mary Lawson 1102 Prospect avenue A Wayne and Joyce Johnson to A and Luverna Bryant property on Shawnee place and Christine Lee to and Sandal Foster property on Paris pike A and Annabelle Mosier to Henry and Frances Van Outer 903 Journal avenue Charles Oliver Sr and Carrie Oliver to Roy and Mildred Haynes property in Berry subdivision Lucy Pierson to George Martin property in Prospect HilL and Ada Sims to Robert and Clarine McKenney property on Greendale pike David and Norma Jean Turner to William and Laura Christine Agee property in Belldale Chester and Edna Belle Wages to Joseph and Hazel Kennedy property in Picadome park Ashland Park Inc to and Bertha Hamilton property on Chinoe road Richard and Katharyn Colbert to Peter Orphanos 263 North Limestone street John and Johanna Colbert to Peter Orphanos property-on North Limestone street i Joseph and Margaret De- I HUNTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GABTBELL Minister 104 Rosomont Garden 9:43 AM Sunday School 11:00 Rhea Guaet Speaker Group PM Youth Fellowship 7:30 PM Evening Service Conducted by Rev Rhea Society Luncheon Held At Club For College Students A luncheon was given Friday at the Boiling Springs Country Club In honor of the Kentucky girls who will be attending Christian Col lege this fall Those present were from Owensboro Jackson Fleming burg Cynthiana Lexington Harrodsburg Campbellsville Moorefield Irvine Paducah Paintsvilie Hopkinsville Louisville and Ashland Mrs Camille Alexander the WORSHIP IN HOLINESS i ii- DEMANDS INWARD SEEKING EARNEST DESIRE REVERENT DEVOTION 1 9:45 -Sunday School 11:00 Morning Worship 0:45 Baptist Training Union 7:45 PM Evening Worship Morning Worship broadcast over WLAP 1450 on your dial TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 10-00 11 A0 6:30 7 JO The significance of Ruth in the records of 1 the Bible is not always grasped by those who read and admire the story of that Mo-abitlsh loyalty and devotion to her Israelitish mother-in-law in the book of the Bible that bears her The significance is brought out in a passage in the New Testament far removed from the ancient story There in the genealogy of Jesus (Matthew 1) is the -record that Ruth was the mother of Obed the grandfather of King David I like to thank that in the ancestry of Jesus who belongs to the whole world was this Gentile Moabitish woman worthy in every respect of the Christ who was to come centuries later For Ruth was worthy 'of the Christ who gave His commandments of love and who glorified loyalty in human relationships The story is a simple one even if involved in elements of deep tragedy and it is the triumph emerging out of tragedy that makes it a story of such beauty Naomi- the Israelitish woman had gone with her husband and two sons to the land of Moab the land across the Jordan from Palestine where Moses had died in sight of the Promised Land Here the family fleeing famine evidently found the food and prosperity they had come seeking for the two sons took wives there Then tragedy came in the death of the husband and father followed by the death of the two sons Left with only her two daughters-in-law Naomi turned longingly to her native land where report said bread now was plentiful Her two daughters-in-law accompanied her despite protests that they remain in their native land When one daughter Orphah finally agreed to return home Ruth embraced Naomi uttering the famous words me not to leave thee for whither thou goest I will go Vowing that Thy people shall be my people and thy God my Ruth married a just man Boaz and foraged in their fields for grain left in the wake of the reapers that she might feed her mother-in-law Apart from all other details and place "in the genealogy of Jesus it is a noble story of two women in a relationship that is not always so happy even among intelligent and educated women from whom better things might be expected The example of Ruth and Naomi and the teaching of the great Teacher descended from Ruth ought to make it possible for women to live in love and loyalty with each other even in circumstances where the situation may be trying mayor said he would appoint -successor in the near future but had no one at present Church School 9:45 AM Morning Worship 1 1 :00 AM 6:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM MISS RENB KING Orsanist oarvico WKLX 130S Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church East Maxwell at Lexington Avenue THOMAS JOHNSTON Minister 11:00 AM Communion Service (Nursery provided for email children) 0:30 Church School 7:00 Young People's Groups Wednesday 7:30 Mid-Week Service WAY TO KEEP WATER FROM PQW1 SCUfZ ONI THUMBS AWRY A OPINE toee THUMB wneu penwar TACK PUNCH TACK op paper anp hold place as mown WHfM DRIVEN IN TEAR paper away r-n odist church the Rev Gerstle Haggard pastor announced yes- terday The five are Mrs Dorothy Quil- len Davis daughter of Mr and Mrs Quillen of North Ashland avenue Carroll Word son of Mr and Mrs Word Paris pike Jameson Jones son of Mr and Mrs Jones Melrose ave- -nue Theodore Haggard son of the pastor and Mrs Haggard and Mrs Ann Sageser Haggard his wife daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Sageser McDowell road Mrs Davis whose husband Joseph is the son of Dr and Mrs Warner Davis spent the last year in Belgium studying She and her husband will go to the Belgian Congo in August -as missionaries Mr Word now pastor of a Methodist church near Richmond plans to enroll t''' fall at the Univer- sity of Southern California School of Religion to study for a degree ir theology Mr Jones who is president of the National Methodist Youth is director of the Fifth Convocation of Methodist Youth which will be held at Purdue University in August 1951 Mr and Mrs Haggard plan to enroll for special training at Scar-ritt College Nashville and next Mar-' will go to South America for educational missionary work NO 1 PARKING lOT FIRST CHURCH OF GOD S17 Narth Lima FARMER Paeter AM Bible School 10:40 Morning Worship (Nursery provided) Youth Fellowship 7:30 PM Evening Worship Listen to the -Christian Brotherhood Hour" ovary Sunday at AM aver WLEX vited to attend Horse Show Exhibitors Honored At Parties Mr and Mrs Frederick Van Len-nep were hosts for a luncheon Thursday at Castleton Farm for 1 the exhibitors at the Junior League Horse Show and their guests The exhibitors also were hon-: ored with an informal dance Thursday evening after the show given by the League at the Lex-in eton Country Club Music was furnished by an orchestra Orchids were presented to the ladies as favors and a fet supper was served at night Approximately 400 guests were welcomed Bradley-Vhitcomb Rehearsal Dinner White and silver were predominant colors for the table decorations for the Bradley-Whitcnmb rehearsal dinner given Friday night at the Lexington Country Club by Mr and Mrs A Vasek of Cleveland Ohio Thirty guests were present at FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCn 174 North Mill Stmat Ministers: Robert Whitfield Allies and Ben Lane Sunday 11:00 "THE DILEMMA OP Barvica broadcast aver WKLX Nursery provided Sunday School :30 AM CALVARY HOLINESS CIHJRCII 514 Short Street Hugh Clark Pastor A Sunday School A Morning Worth io (Special opoakor front tho Bethel Mission in Mies Batty Hu) 7:00 Vet par Service in Cheapeide Park 7:30 Evening Service (Platform mooting consisting of testimonies and onparisncai of our Mi-Y group who attended weak and service at Winona Lake Indiana hearing Billy Graham and other noted evangelists and singers who wore an tho program) ciiuncn of cnnisT ISO Loudon Ave SAWYER Minioter 7:45 AM Radio Program WLAP 10:00 Bible Clauses ana Devotional Strvice 11:00 Morning Worship: "COMPARISON OF THE 7:30 PM Young Peoples Mooting PM Evening I AM THE Bible Close SECOND PRESRVTERIAN CHURCH East Main at Ransom JESSE HERRMANN PhD4 Minister 9:30 AM Cartoon Film 9:40 A Church School Ku poles Klub Forum 11:00 Church Hour (Ages 0 to 11) 11:00 AM Worship Hour With Sermon Theme: "THE SACRED FIRE" First Church of Christ Scientist East Main and Park Avenue Sunday Barvica 11:00 AM Sunday School and Nursery 11:00 AM Wednesday Testimony Meeting PM Readins Room 112 First National Bank Bldo All Are Invited to Our Services and to Our Reading Room ST LUTHERAN ciiuncn East High St Park Ave I OOLTERMANN Pastor 9:15 AM Sunday School and Adult Bible Class 10:30 Morning Worship Church of the Lutheran nour" AM Sunday School AM Morning Worship Service Quickening Spirit" PM Baptist Training Union PM Evening Worship Service "Christ Before Us" Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer Meeting Drive and WiMtsdrr Road DELANEY JR Pastor Church LIFTED BEN AL1 11:00 Thomas Cotvan Minister Church School 10:00 Qfiristt Qfjurdf) Protestant Episcopal Market at Church Street SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 8:00 Holy Communion 11:00 -Morning Prayer (Nursery for small children) Clergy: James Kennedy and Robert Insko FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH George Ragland PhB Paeter Main Beyond Broadway At the morning service 11 the subject will bo At the evening service 7:30 o'clock the Pastor's subject will be 9:45 AM Bible School $:30 Peoples Meetinr PORTER MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH THE CHRIST CENTERED CHURCH Seutk Limostono at Avalon Park O'RAV WEEKS Paeter Bible School Per All Modern Nursery! 10:53 Worship Dr Walter McNealy miMianary te Brasil 2:30 PM The Baptist Full Hour Be sure te listen! Training Union All Aoee 7:30 PMWornip: -THE WOUND OP THE WLEX Until 0:30 7:30 Wednesday: Prayer Praise Prophecy Every teacher and officer and every member aught te be present! Ceme! Auditorium New Air Conditioned BUS RUNS FOR ALL SERVICES HIGH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH East Hioh and Sunset Drive FLOYD PENCE Minister Bible School 11:00 Sermon: "SALT WITHOUT SAVER" 0:30 PM Christian Endeavor 7:30 PM "A LESSON OP PARK METHODIST CHURCH last High at Clay Avsnua GERSTLE HAGGARD Minister 11:00 AM Barvica for fine youths recently entering "CHRISTIAN SERVICE" 7:30 "LIFE'S Church School 9:45 AM All MYF Groups 5:30 FM GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH BRYAN AVE AT LOUDON GEORGE TROUT Faster 11:00 "THE MOST DESPICABLE TRAITOR" 7:30 "THE TEXT THAT CONVERTED SPURGEON" COMFORTABLE NURSERY WLEX EACH THURSDAY 7:30 PM Plan to attend Baptist Paster-Laymen's Conference here August 1 Maryland Avenue Christian Church S27 Maryland Avenue FREDERIKSEN Minister Emeritus JULIAN OLYN HUNT Minister 10:00 Sunday School 11:00 AM Sermon: "THE PREEMINENT CHRIST" 7:30 Sermon: "THE CHURCH THE BODY OF Our Revival Bogins August 20th FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 21S West High Street ADOLPHUS GILLIAM Minister 5:45 Church Schoal 10:50 -Or Jamee Gladden "THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY" 3:30 Senior Fellowship and Woeloy Foundation No Sunday Evening Services during July and August Nursery attendant during morning warship service CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH HIGH STREET AND RODES AVENUE -F RUSSELL rUKDY DD Pastor 9:30 AJIr-Bible School 10:50 AM Worship Service: LAMB IN THE MIDST OF THE 6:30 PM Baptist Training Unions 7:30 Broadcast over WVLK (590) Sermon Subject: "THE UTTERMOST" Wednesday Evening Prayer Service and Bible Study 7:30 O'Clock "In the Heart of the City With the City at HILLCREST BAPTIST CHURCH 1409 Varsaillce Read Ira McMilian Jr Pastor Sunday School 9:45 AM Worship 11:00 A "Our Supremo Baptist Training Union 7:00 PM Weremp 0:00 "When One A Child Of Oadf" Listen to tho Baptiat Hour ever WLAP each Sunday afternoon at 2:30 ARLINGTON CHRISTIAN 1208 Lime DR A FORTUNE Supply Minister MRS HARLOWK DKAN Director of Music EP WORTH METHODIST CHURCH Walnut treat at Rand Avenue WARNER DAVISi DD Footer RONALD WELLS Director of Muoia 9:30 AM Church School AM "MAN'S SUPREME Rev Loo Fisher 7:30 Evangelistic Service Sermon by Rav Loo Fisher Nursery attendant during morning aarvic "The Friendly CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH SHORT AND WALNUT STREETS LESLIt SMITH Minister GENTRV A SHELTON A Minister of Music and Education 9:30 A3L DUO SERVICES 10:50 AM In Beth Church School and tho Worshin Servicoo Dr Staphn Corey Quoet Minioter Subiect: "A MEDIATION ON ETERNAL LIFE" ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Broadway and Fyke Road REV DAVID TINSLEY Paeter Sunday School 9:45 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Evangelistic Service 7:45 PM Prayer Service Wednesday 7:45 PM Young Peoples Service Friday 7:45 PM Phone 4-3341 SdO Worship IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Corner East High Street and Woodland Avenue ELWYN WILKINSON Pastor 9::45 AM Sunday School 10:10 SERPENT OF BRASS 11:00 AM GOSPEL PLAN OF SALVATION PM Baptist Training Union 7:30 ETERNAL Morning Service (11 :00 AM) Broadcost over Radio Station WLEX The public is cordially invited to attend all services at Immanuel The service Sunday will bring to a close a week of special Evangelistic Services GOSPEL PREACHING GOOD SINGING HEAR PASTOR CLARENCE WALKER Tomorrow ASHLAND AVE BAPTIST CRURCII 9:45 AM The Classes for everybody 11:00 AM 7:30 Walker will discuss TI1E WORLD GETTING READY FOR THE BATTLE OF rASTOR WALKER SAYS: Beginning Monday night 7:30 PM our church will conduct tent revival on the Leestown Pike 6 miles from the city The preachers In our church will assist me Meetings will be held every night MEET ME TOMORROW AT ASHLAND AVE And tho Tent Mondmyjflght PAL WITTMAN-NAPHEW PARTY BROADWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH BROADWAY AT SECOND OBVAL 51 MORGAN DD Minister BURRIS Associate Minister 9:45 -Bible School 11:00 GOSPEL FOR THE TROUBLED HEART" 0:00 NEW LAW" Service in Grats Park In ease of rain service will be held in Broadway Church 7:15 -Christian Endeavor SO BROADWAY CLAY SERVICES DAILY 7:45 GO.

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