The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 27, 1966 · Page 6
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Wftr V*8ta*m Sunday, February 27, 1966 Methodist Youth Rally To Be March 2 Youth Rally at the aioody Civic'the Woman's Building Center in Galveston Wednesday,i Elie Brawner as hostess. REV. J. J. J. J. Krimer Tabernacle's New Pastor March 2. A chartered bus will leave the \ f- 1 parking area of Grace Church j" 1 at 5 p.m. They will joLi withjtha an expected crowd of 1.000 young people of Texas for supper at 6:30 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. they will hear Bishop Kenneth W. Copeland of Omaha, Neb. as he speaks on the subject, "Witness With Methodist Youth Where \Ve Live." The Rev. Edwin T. Summers, pastor of Grace Church, will! f preach on the subject "Where | '-Are You?" at 10:45 a.m. Sun- idsy. Three choirs will sing for jthis service. The Sanctuary; ! Choir and the Asbury and Wes-i lley choir will sing "Litany" by | Lloyd Piautsch. The two chil - jdren's choirs ass: JSoorano section of the Senior, Wednesday, March 2, at 3:15 with Mrs. Champ Crawford, 700 N. Jones. Mary Circle will meet? Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. the the" Woman's Building. Mar- Rebekah Circle will meet with L Circle will meet with Mrs. i Mrs. Edwin T. Summers, guest Methodist Youth Fellowship. Service Guild will meet in the Woman's Building. Mrs. H. F. Barnes will begin a series of studies on "The Book of Acts." Church Evangelist Roloff To Speak Sunday At Garth Road Baptist The Rev. Lester Roloff, a full- j Evangelistic Enterprises, a non-j "Faith Enterprise," a quarterly "?F W ° cn " " i time evangelist since 1951, will j profit organization which span -j publication, was first issued in ^* tS c pn -, or 'speak three times Sunday at thefsors many projects of faith. iMay of 1955. In 1954 he organized Road Baptist Church. For four years he held tent :™~ . .,.;,, -:_„ »!,_ -.orhorv' Vadrui nuau .cxipujl. uiuiui. i-"i iuui jt.cuo »i>- ».^ JU ..*.... i^L *£*?& ^L T^ •! Meetings will be at 10:30 a.m.. revivals. Bible Conferences, ral *** 7:3 ° ^ .., .. cho'irs^andj The evangelist has been in the larging radio ministry. The Trinity Tabernacle A of God, IOCS E. Lobit, will wei- come the new pastor the Rev : ^ £ ^ministry 32 years and has pas- J. J. Krimer. in the S u n d a v ; cons£)le Qf y^ ° rgan | tored Baptist churches for most services. •„...; Rev Summers will oreach i of those years. He attended Bay- Rev. Krimer comes to Trinity; *^- p™ d ^ - Eir idlor University and Southwestern Tabernacle from Garden City. •*-£- - £"V "chorale and'Baptist Theological Seminary. Kan. He and his family will re-;;I7 ^raediate S'nger s will! In 1944 he came to Corpus side at the church parsonage w;**^- ^^ fOr ^ service, jChristi to'pastor the Park Ave: The Commission on Education; nue Baptist Church. In October Hodge class-!of that year, the church building after church.; burned and the church moved 'lies and carried on an ever-en- 807 Idlewood Rev. and Mrs. Krimer ;gram Altar broadcast in that work in Ka^^'se^ras^^^outh^f th Distant superintendent * ^J^ J^eefS*. ^ ^I^neard on^p'p^cimateiy 50 Kansas District of the .^sem- = * T^thnriist radio stations. the will have a din-u* Methodist j radio stations. In 1947, Rev. Roloff opened the The Sanctuarv Choir and the Park Avenue Christian Day i their regular rehearsals. The I Senior Chorale will not rehearse | Wednesday night because of the Youth Rally in Galveston. The Circles of the Woman's Societv of Christian Service will services to welcome the pastor. Man's Freedom Sermon Series For Rev. Teyki "The New Freedom of 20th! Century Man and the Gospel ' j will be the Lenten sermon se-; ries to be used by the Rev. | Charles H. Teykl, pastor; of Westminster Presbvterian! The evangelism committee of Church 'First Christian Church under "The" Radical Freedom of!** direction of Mrs. T. U Sat- Jesus Christ" will be his re^tcwhitc. has inaugurated the mon title this Sunday during the program of evangebsUc empha- 9:30 a.m. worship service. The!»* between now and Easter church nurserv is o:>en curing j Sunday. worship and church school.; There will be a three-pronged Church school classes for chil-'i thrust of advance consisting of dren and vounsc people begin at'.the revision arid renewal ..of pro- ID :30 a.m. The adult study i spective membership files, an courses beein at 10:45 a.m. I emphasis of the minister's m- ' - ' and an evangel- The school now operates a kindergarten through the sixth grade. He resigned the pastorate of Second Baptist to enter full-time evangelism, founding the Roloff a New Testament Church, the Alameda Baptist Church in Corpus Christi. He resigned in 1962 to go back into full-time evangelism. In 1957 he founded the City of Refuge located in the Rio Grand Valley, 10 miles northwest of Mission. It is completely furnished for work with alcoholics, narcotic addicts and delinquent boys. He also operates the Lighthouse, a houseboat 40 miles from Corpus down the Intra coastal Canal used for delinquent boys. The public is invited to hear Rev. Roloff. EEV. UESTER ROLOFF Evangelistic Emphasis At First Christian Church A called congregation-corpora-lQ uir >' classes. tion meeting will be held at!*** « U1 "S "T 181 }, Alrin( , 11:45 a.m. folio wing church j laymen of the church during school. The purpose is to elect p' Iarc "one ruling elder and to hear the i This program will reach its annual reoort from the trustees, j climax with a week of evangel "The Gospel in Modern Arfitstic preaching during Holj will be a filmsmp shown at : ; Week, April 3-S, by Dr. D. Ra\ p m in th" Mlowsni'i rnll. ThfM Lindley. president of The Um- church nursery will be ouen. versity of the Americas, Mexico The public is invited. [City. Results of this evangelistic Tryouts for the plav reading emphasis began Sunday- when "Christ in the Concrete City-:Rev. Edmund Pendleton wei and Adult Choirs, under the di-| rection of Miss Adeline Knodel, .vill present the special music. Membership classes will continue Sunday at 3 p.m., by Rev. Pendleton. A re-broadcast of the morning service can be heard at 4 p.m. over station KWBA, 1360, and the regular Junior. Chi Rho and Christian Youth Fellowship groups will- meet at 6 p.m. Adult Bible Study on the "Life snd Teachings of Christ," taught by Rev. Pendleton in the sanctuary, meets at 6 p.m. The Communion Service will be served to all who desire it at the close of the Bible Study. All functional committees of the church will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the church. The Cherub and Junior High Choirs will meet at 5 and 6 p.m., respectively. The Adult Chancel Choir will practice at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Luke's Account Divine Origin Lesson-Sermon IN A STUDY of Baptist Home Mission work among the nearly 2 million migrant workers who move about the C.S- each year. Memorial Baptist Girl's Auxiliary members use costumes for a special program. Pictured in the skit are, from the left. Carol Billings. Bethy Stephens, Sharon Gray, Le Anne Harrison. Kathy Branscome, Susan Deel and Cindy Davis. The G-A-'s, girl's mission study group, meet each Wednesday All Saints', Trinity Churchmen j Adult Class Plan Corporate Communion ||* e< 3 ms At -^Redeemer The men of All Saints' Epis-jwiU sing at the 11 a.m. service.;p.m. and for the adults at copal Church will join Trinity Churchmen for a Corporate Communion and breakfast at 8 a.m. Sunday at Trinity Episcopal Church. The Rev. Peter Katt, vicar of Luke's reverent account of All Saints, will be the celebrant . J= ..=— ...=_=_ -* -, .-. *i-_ Thg p ropers for jhg First Sun- the divine origin of Jesus is the opening theme of the service in Christian Scince churches; this Sunday on the subject, "Christ Jesus." The lesson-sermon continues with Mark's record of Jesus' baptism in the river Jordan when "the heavens opened, and the Spirit like a dove descending upon him: And there came a voice from heaven, saying, Thou art my beloved Son, in day in Lent will be used with D. C. Walsh and Calvin Ruther- p.m. ford will be lay readers, with! The Junior League, and the! Tommy McLemore. Jack Henck-.; Episcopal Young Churchmen I*" 111 begin ^an adult instruction ell j'eff Hankinson, Buster!win meet for supper at 6:30 p.m.[ c!a ss at 9:oO a.m. at Redeemer ------ { Le R t en services for the week ' Lutheran Church in the confer- Rev - Glen C. Kollmeyer an adult instruction Brown and Jack Ekholm as aco-i lytes. Gary Garner and \V. E. 'will consist of Ho!y_Conimunion; en- ^_roo r ^ Boyce will be ushers. Mr? B. F. Troxell, Mrs. R. |9:30 a.m., and Litany at 7 p.r E. Oliphant, Mrs. Nelson Ion Tuesday and "Thursday atj Those interested in _ an James tonkas eoisToler and Longnecker and Mrs. M. E-i Lenten Fellowship Suppers is|eran teac R^P^VaheV Henckelfa^ EOS Hunter Jr. will direct the work! set for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, j tend this Rev. F. \\alter wenckeu as gos- „ .,, , : „, T :» TV,, ~~™_ ! Sundav r Rev. P. Walter Henckell as peler. Jon Blake will be the acolyte. Albert Fanestiel and Jap Katribe will serve as ushers. Miss Debbie Elliott will be organist. J. E. McDaniel is chairman of the breakfast committee. Cal- .vin Rutherford, president o. Trinity Churchmen, will preside. of the Altar Guild. study" of Christian doc- D.ion Wednesday. The first of thei tri "e and also in studying Luth- isjeran teachings are invited to at- series of lessons each preceding the Litany. The mem-; s _ UI > da >' morning without obiiga- . _ Coniirmation Instructions foHbers of the Vestry are in charge; 1 ' 0 ". the voung people is set for 3 of the serving. whom I am well pleased." And I jr am ii y Eucharist is sched- i* pulminatcx. in John'?; nower- uled for Q.J5 a m Walter B. Mabe will be the epistoler. Aco- ,lvtes will be Keith Stallknecht, but he that believeth that Jesus T,v:jii am Wilson. John Wilson. " I Paul Seale, Tommy Whatley, Temptations Galore 1 is Rev. Bomhoffs Subject it culminates in John's power ful rhetorical question: "Who is he that overcometh the world. 'Kmg Of Kings' Movie To Be Shown Wednesday United Presbvterian Women, Adult Education Classes wili'l teria Church be meetin at 9:30 a.m. Sun- disease is the Son of God?" Explaining the continued im-|sambo Bethea, Tim McMur- portance of these words to humanity are passages from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker rough, Barry Gidden and Jack Cantrell. Pete Sultis and LeRoy Holcomb will usher. The Junior Choir with Mrs. Le Roy Hoi- * _ 'it Eddy, including the following, i CO mb as organist director, will "An apostle says that the i Some of the questions dis- j cussed on the basis of the Bible jar e "Is Ther e a God? What is jthe origin of the world and jman? What is sin and its conj sequences? Just who is Jesus do I become a Christian? What and how can he help me? How Us the meaning of bnptism and "Temptations Galore" is the; The grade school choir irorr.(communion?What does the Bi- subject of the sermon by the!the second to the sixth grade?jble say about marriage and di- :iev. Harold O. Bomnoff at serv-iwili meet under the direction of jvorce? How can 1 meet the ices in St. Paul's LutheranjMrs. Keith Raw e at 6:30 p.m.. |problem of doath? Is there a Church Sunday. Services are j before the Lenten services, and; life after death? What is my held every Sunday at 10:15!the Senior Choir will rehearse;chance of reaching heaven? a.m. 'after the Lenten services. The,Where can I find security for The Sunday School meets at {Senior Choir will sir.g "Th eSec-:time and eternity?" } a.m. with classes for ai! age OR d Word" at the Wednesday j "This is a unique opportunity °roups. Ed Wineo-artner is Sun- night service under the direc-|to make a systematic study of ^* ^ ' _ _ = * .. _ i»: ._£> f T TT~*^-rt»-i «K 'j» A _*: _ e /T_ _;_»: :•_- •» day School superintendent.|tion of Mrs. L. Ffrench. the teachings of Christianity," emplar, and seek the destruc-i if First Presbyterian Church will present the film "King of •Cinsis." a silont movie with rnu- will be held at 3 c-.m. . Sunday 'corned into the mem e -.. - ------- .. . ------- ----- - - - , under the direction of Mrs. W. : the church Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. and Mrs. H. L-iLowry, Gary- Lowry. Ronnie An- leton wel sica ] SCOI - e added, at the church . bership of|. lt 7 p . m _ \Yedr.esday, March 2. b< undo iderson and Tom Hunke. The Adult Choir under the di- \vith a dessert being served at fi:30 p.m. to those attending. >cil B. DeMille, shows P. Shiflett Brown. The Youth Choir. direction hart Sunday tion Commission will meet atj^nt; Janette Toups, vice P 1 " 65 *"! haps the finest of the attempts 7:30 p.m. Monday. _ jdent: Edythe Musick. secretary j tQ 'p 0rtra y Christ in the motion; [and treasurer; Lucille McDon-jp icture ^ f- nc viewing time is 105 j jald, librarian; Audrey Toups, as-jn-inutes. Tlie congregation and j isistant librarian-, and Becky i f r i cn ds are invited. j JMoodv, robe chairman. | -p he Rev Burnette W. Dowlerj ! Rev. Pendleton will continuej wi] , brin? ' the rpessaf - e •• T h£-| his sermons from the Beatitudes; Ivory TowCT Has Fallen" at the! be meeting at 9:30 a.m. day, 7 p.m. Sunday, and at 10 i a.m. Tuesdp.y. j Primary Choir rehearsal will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday will-' the Chancel Choir rehearsing at p.m. Wednesday. Nursery is iAt Ai! Saints' -perpetuated and extend-j ed it . . - The persecutors had { failed to hide immortal Truth j and Love in a sepulchre." The Christian Science Church j •°d-i |~ • f adicp/scopa/ ithl * * Service Told i There is a nursery for small) The Bible study leaders will i Rev. Kollmeyer remarked. Sundayjmeet with the pastor at 10 a.m.! Rev. KoHrneyer's theme for .-services j on Tuesday. The men of the jthe 10:-S5 a.m. service will be church will meet for a dinner: "Don't Settle For Satan's Sub- A meeting of the Executive j program at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, jstitutes." Holy communion will Board of ALC Women will bej\Viliiam Tarter. Scout Executive.{be celebrated at thi s morning held at 1 p.m. Wednesday. (will meet with the men to ad-j service. The series of mid-week Len-!vise in final steps of setting upj The second Lenten service i ten services will be held at 7Ja full scouting program. A troor.{will be conducted at 7:15 p.m. I p.m every Wednesday. The film; Senior Choir wil Ising "The Sec-j Wednesday. The color fiimstrip i for the evening is entitled.!is to be organized next week. jwill be "The New Covenant." "King of Kings," directed byjopen on Wednesday night. the! The Board of Deacons will bcfner or Nevada and in Baytown is located at the cor-1 " Michigan i I'"Thirty Pieces of Silver." There i will be the singing of Lenten i hymns and a devotional sermon For the first Sunday in Lent.!will be presented by the pastor. for their regular month- meeting at 7 :30 p.m Streets Church ' Junior instruction is held from ["Remembering With A Purpose" 9-11 a.m. and Junior choir re-1will be the correlated sermon hearsal is held at 11 a.m. onjtopic. Holy communion will Saturdav. : again be celebrated. and Sunday! All Saints' Episcopal Church hasj held at H! scheduled for its main service School sen-ices are •a m. The Wednesday meeting isiat 11 a.m., morning prayer and at 8 p.m. During each service | sermon. St. Mark's Church Will Emphasize Attendance a nursery is available to care for small children. r» RepOFTS i of Jesus Sunday at 10:50_ a.m.j The Rev Peter Katt, vicar, will conduct the service and All are invited to visit and use j preach the sermon. Thomas F. The Sun's Weekend Television Log the Christian Science Reading Stephens, lay reader, will read -. -_ m _ service this Sunday. Saturday, March 5. is the date Room at 10 N. Ashbel in Baytown. It is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the proper Psalm and New Testament lesson for the day. Mrs. Thomas G. Blakeney and Mrs. SATURDAY NIGHT 6:30 0 Flipper CD Jackie Gleason CB Ozzie and Harriet 7:00 gj I Dream of Jeannie Donna Reed jThe tonic, "Hungry for Life U v i t h ba^ic scripture found ini 0 f the monthlv church confer- •• based on • James Drury will dress the al-, - , 0 & Q Sm ^ ^ n _ fr... *l>^% ^.^iT^p.rtrt A ^.^.i, 'Tnf 'inrl ' *—* W atte beginning of Lent until Easter. Feb. 23 to April 10, the Rev. j Harry N. Holmes, pastor, has j - ^Rev^Hoimes will present the: jOfl I rCSvllTcQ sermon Sunday at the S:-iO| a.m. and 10:55 a.m. svrvjcvs. j The Chancel Choir wil! sin- at j the first service and tho Youth i at the second. They Baytown Mother, Son Presented Awards By CAP • \ ports Communicant's Class will | iliary of the church. meet at 4 p.m. for a continue-1 Sunday School is scheduled at tion of their study on the mean-j9:45 a.m.. directed by G. M. in^ of church membership. ! Tullos. Preaching will be at 11 The European Tour Studyja.m. by the Rev. John P Rag- Group will meet with Rev.^a.e. ^ou^serv.cej^sla^^at II sins:! the anthem. __ The Membership Training Class will continue this Sunday at 4:30 p.m. The Rev. Roger Armistcad. associate pastor, will present the sermon. "The Word Of Loneliness,' 'at the 7 p.m. service. The Junior Choir under the direction of Miss BovtTly McCail will be singing at the Offertory time A duet by Debbie uar u - ner and Bll Muollor will he a feature. An ensemble featuring Carol Fennema. Kathy Gautesen. Jan Seamans. Riindy Gardner. Vernon Hayes and Byron Tatc will also be featured. Listen to KWBA 13*) Every Sunday 12:15 P.M. Mormon Tabernacle Choir With Spoken Word By: STERLING W. SILL Two members of the Baytown. formation of the Church. ivi! Air Piit-.-cl -- a r.v.iiln-r anr;| <;iinrf-.i- 16:30 p.m. following by preach- l.'UV\ lui cl L .J..»V tJ.''». OUiHJ£.V.l • This group studv- is on the Re-|', n g 'V ' p '™' *}""'%** V "" mM ^* * - '. ^ T.-\.i/l .-i t - nltrKf Inci \^^rVl^*r\ x Dovvier at 5:30 p.m. Bayway Church Holds Fellowship Meetings The Bayway Christian Church has been conducting small group meetings. Presently plans are being i Monday night. The Women's j ous members. made to set up some other study groups in the homes of vari- son team — have been present-j ct r rc d G b> sw^. comnnandcr fis This Jesus' Topic The U. S. Air Force ana CAPj i ,. pp awarded the hard - earned Cer- Ai LD tificate of Proficiency to Cadet] Society meeting will | be at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. T. H. Guy on Ce! dar Bayou Road. Rev. Monte Brown said. "The church in America has almos! lost the real meaning of the u-ord fellowship. W e know about Prayer Band will be n! 7 p.m. worship, education, and even I Wednesday, iM. Tullos. supervised by G. work, but to grow spiritually we must know the deep and accepting fellowship that was so typical of the early Christians." of the Holy Communion. Sunday School will be at 9:45j __ stead. rrTaster scr-1 "Is This Jesus?" will be the: Visitation will be Thursday ceant. The Billy Mitchell Award | sermon topic as Rev. E. J.j night. Participants are asked to was also ;»re?pnr f ?d him for com-1Davis Jr. preaches at 10:50|meet at the church with Rev. lilt-tine three vears of serviceja.m. Sunday at Cedar BayouiRagsdale. '•H'tT.*' tnree vears ot serviceirt.rii. ouituav <IL ^eutir i^ci>uui t-c^^^^i^.. -« —" -•-- ---- -- -and "Phase II of CAP work. He j Methodist Church. Church school i The Sunday School Council Youth will meet at the church will be studying leadership:will precede this service at 9:40J-.viH meet at i p.m. Friday. Jat 6:30 p.m. tar for the service. Acolytes and flagbearers are Stuart Stephens, John Walmsley, Charles Scott and Michael R.ichards. Ushers are Dr. Robert Patton and Thomas Reese. Hostess for the coffee hour is Mrs. Lynn Hodges. ffl Secret Agent BD Lawrence Welk 8:00 O Movies 8:30 ffl The Loner C0 Hollywood Palace 9:00 Q) Gunsmoke 9:30 <Q Grand Ole Opry i 10 :00 .Q News Church School and Adult Bi- CD News ble Class meet at 10 a.m. j C9 News There will be no early cele-i 10:10 O Snorts bration of Holy Communion at| "CD The Lnte Show 8 a.m. this Sunday since the 110:15 & Big Movie men of the church and the vi-i Sports car will be the guests of Trinity j 10:20 £0 News I 1A4."?^ C C.1 tt'n!*.^ Church. 10:33 {0 Weird The W T omen of the Church will ^7" © Late have their luncheon meeting at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. During Lent, each Thursday [ at 10 a.m., there is a celebration! I a.m. and serx-jce at 11 a.m. The! . _ , i^-_...^ ... ;11 . »,,~ ~h,,r~h fsjumber beven training in Phase III. ja.m. Senior member Dorothy Bum.-j Ushers for the day are Ivan stead was promoted to secondJL. Burns, W. T. Hardison, H. lieutenant. She also received the!A. Co nnor Johnnie Jennings. Certificate of Proficiency, hav-: Floyd R. O'Neal and Eddie Going completed the required, i ng . course from the Air Force Uni-; Cub Scout p ack 93 ^jj have versity in Gunther Air Base.!: Ga. Lt. Bumstead has served; its annual Blue and Gold Banquet at the church at 6:30 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST NEVADA AT MICHIGAN SUNDAY SERVICE—11: A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL—IT: A.M. Wednesday, Meeting—S: P.M. READING ROOM 10 N. ASHBEL STREET Monday Through Friday 19:00.AJkL—1:00 PJVf. SATURDAY—I P_M^_«: FJ*, ALL ABE WELCOME three years in CAP and three] Monday >vars in the Air Force in World j Thc Woman - s Society of \Var II. This is the first time mj tian Service ^jj have ar> e . xe cu-i the history of the Baytown | Uvp meelin<T at 9 a m Tuesdya' Squadron that mother and son jand {he ra! mee tJng will have been awarded the Certifi-] |oUow at 9 . 45 3 ^_ The pro . cate of Proficiency at the samei gram topk wiu b< , .. Tne Journey tirne - , . . Since Sixty-four." Jov Circle will Two new cadets startmg the; be in charge Qf re - fres hments. basic studies m the program. \ nere win be nursery at the "Introduction to Aerospace, are | cnurch Richard M a n n i n g and David ^ e fi commissions of Schooicraft of Deer Park. The CAP meets at 7 p.m. each Monday in Room 134 of Lee College. Try Sun Classified Ads church will meet at 7 p.m Tuesday. Prayer meeting services will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday and the Sanctuary Choir will rehearse immediately after at 7:30 p.m. Beginning at 5 p.m. Friday Scout Troop 93 will have a pancake supper and will serve until 8 p.m. JAXICE JEFFREY, left, and Glenda Chamblin were named queen and princes, respectively, of the Cedar Bayou Church during the annual Sweetheart banquet. Janice in the dauRhter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady G. Jeffrey, 3510 Pecan Manor, and Glenda's parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chamblin, 103 Center. King was Darrell Davis and prince was Charles Davis, sons tof Mr. and Mrs. Dale Davis, 201 Long Drive. To Be Theme At Church Of God The theme of the 10:45 a.m. Sunday service at the First Church of God, 112 Bob Smith Road will be "Number Seven" announced D. J. Davis, pastor j of the church. j The Sunday School hour will| begin at 9:45 a.m. with classes 1 for all. Night services will include instruction for junior age children, senior youth, and in leadership at 6:30 p.m. The evening church service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Services for the week will include prayer and Bible study at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and the youth of the church wil have a prayer meeting followed by choir practice at 7 p.m. Friday at the church. The public is invited to attend all services for the church. A weekly radio program, "The Christian Brotherhood Hour" can be heard over KNUZ in The queen received a doz*n red roses, the princess, white {Houston at 8 a.m. every Sun- carnations. The boys each received tic tacks. 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