Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 13, 1959 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 6

Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Friday, February 13, 1959
Page 6
Start Free Trial

6 . DAILY MEWS FEBRUARY 13, Jilt Yea* Methodist Churches To End Dedication Week Methodist Churches throughout lh« frorld will conclude their an Rev. Upshaw To Participate In Crusade DALLAS (Spl) — The Rev. Ther- nual observance of a Week of Dedication with a special offering and other act* of dedication Sunday. The special offering will Assist worthy projects of world and national missions for which there is no other financial support. "A Modern Bay Slave" will b< the sermon topic discussed by Woodrow Adcock at the two morning services of the Pumps. Methodist Church Sunday at Firsf Baptist Church Plans New Building 8:30 Baptist Church of Pampa, will ; Carol and Wesley conduct a two-week revival cam-; "Jacob's Ladder CEER (Spl) — Ground breaking ceremonies lot ft tv6\v sanctuary and educational build- in? of the First Baptist Church ivill be held here Sunday after :he morning worship aervic*, with the pastor, Rev. 6. J. Keith, in charge. The contract for lh« construction of the building, at ft cost t>t $73,780, has been awarded to the Kill- Irtgsworth Construction Company to bimmltt. Work will begin next week and is to be completed within 120 working days. Brasher, Goyotte, and Spencer, architects in Lubbock, drew the plans. ., , „ building 1 , which the anthem, "Jesus, Our Love la,will be constructed on the lots Bap-: Crucified" a Southern Folk Hymn west of the present building, will \s\mg by the Sanctuary Singers. I have 8,800 square feet of floor and 10:55. The 8:30 service is broadcast over Radio Station KPDN. The special music for the ,8:30 service will be the anthem, man Upshaw, pastor of the Cen- "Chorale" by Malmin sung by the t.-nl r» « « *; „ i. i»-n i. _» «-» . *t* _ _ * ^_ - ° tf Choirs, and a spiritual sung paign *eb. 22-Mareh 8 at the Ko-'by the Cherub Choir. The special „.„„ buk Baptist Mission, Kobuk, Alas-;music for the 10:6S service will bej the beige brick Training School To Be Held Here An area training School fof Sun-idhurch. He 19 one, of 35 Southern list pastors, evangelists nnd min-|sung by the istcrs of music who will helpj Sunday Evening Fellowship will rondm-J simultaneous evangelistic begin at 6 p.m. Children, Youth. crusades in 26 Alaskan churches. I and Adults will separate for one Two of the churches parlicipal-1 hour of planned activities according In the crusade are more'ing to interest and needs. "Face than 1.000 miles apart, according j the Altar" will be the subject Rev, to C. Y. Dossey, associate in thelAdcock will use for the Sunday Southern Baptist Convention Home-night service at 7:30. The special Mission Board Division of Evangelism and director of the c r u- sade. "Five of the churches have native Eskimos and Indians members," he said. "Thi.i is the tenth Southern Bap all as music will be the anthem, "For | The Beauty of the Earth" by jKocher sung by the MYF Singers. space and will include the sanctuary, choir room, and educational space for the nursery, beginner, junior, and the Sunday adult departments of School and Training Union. Other departments will GLADYS MACDONALD A revival is now underway at the Revival Center, J.426 Alcock. The evangelist is Gladys Macdonald, formerly of the Pampa Evangelistic Tabernacle. Services are scheduled at 7:30 nightly. Ruby Burrow, pastor, made the announcement. ing. Sunbeam Hall, which now I The third session on the Church Wide Mission study on Methodism I in Alaska and Hawaii will be held 'at 6:30 p.m. as a part of the tint simultaneous crusade to be adult Sunday Evening Fellowship. conducted in AJaska," said Dossey.; A film of the Frank Culberson'g One of the typical situations fac-itrip to Alaska will be shown. ing church growth in Alaska is) The Adult Panel Discussion bas- the town of Big Delta. The com- ed on the religious film, "Talk Back" will have as its theme Sunday night "Good and Bad Breaks continue to use the present build-'DR* CARVER NAMED TO COMMITTEES and beginners; b* sold and munity Is adjacent to a military installation and has 33 saloons and taverns and three churches. jin Life". This group meets in the The Alaska crusade is part of a chapel and will have Bob Curry, 1959 Year of Evangelism among Mrs. Otis Petty, Bill Ledbetter, Southern Baptist churches. Slmui-JMrs. Marvin Cooper, Mrs. C. F! taneous crusades will be conduct-j Richardson, and Wendell Watson ed during the year in nearly all of a.s panel members with Rev. Ad- the denomination's 31,000 church- cock as moderator, es. houses the nursery departments, will moved. The new building Is being financed by the Providence Bond Plan. During the sales campaign last October, $66,000 worth of bonds were sold in the first three days and the remainder of the $70,000 issue was sold within a short time. Members of building and finance committees are Edward Dittbenv er, Huelyn Laycock, John Driskill, Lester Robertson, W. C. Powers, Eugene Richardson, and H. T. Bates. i day School workers of Southern Baptist churched will be held In the First Baptist Church, Pampfl, this week. Right courses of study will bo offered. "How to Win to Christ" will be taught by Ermis Hill, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. "The Gospel According to Paul," a book on Romans, will be taught by M. B. Smith, pastor of Highland 'Bap- list Church. "The Pull of the People," a book dealing with the Sunday school's part in teaching people, will be taught by Lee Hillon, pastor of the Barrett mission of the First Baptist Ch'urch. "Teaching to Win and Develop," a course emphasizing method in teaching, will be taught by Bob Stroble. education director of the First Baptist Church. "Adults in the Sunday School," a course presenting a survey study of adulthood with recommendations and ideas relative to the enlistment of adults in the church, will be taught by John Dyer, poster of Hobart Street Baptist Church. "Understanding and Developing Voting People" a course which will help yorkers with this age group to understand those with whom they work, will be taught by Mrs. Ronald Merrill, a young people's department superintend- >nt in the First Baptist Church. 'Effective work with Intermedi- "Mow to Work with Juniors in the Sunday School" will be a course seeking to lead workers with the age group nine through 12 to better understand those with whom they serv« in the church, fills class will be taught by Mm. Ralph Prock, a junior department superintendent in Central Baptist Church. Classes Will be conducted Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights. The regular Wednesday evening activities will be carried on in each church. Classes will begin at 7 p.m. and will last until 9. Classes will be provided for boys and girls in attendance. Books in the Training Union study course series will be offered juniors and intermediates. The nursery will be open at First Baptist Church with cooperating churches sharing in the expense. CHURCH SERVICES aespei* Llfiri &HUR&M Rev. f>#«yni SiftHtnf, jiastdf Sunday Service*: §:<$. Sunday School *; U:00, 'Mofnln*; Worships Evangelistic S«rvlc«. Tues- Children's Church, fi.m., Prayer ind for All 7:30 p.m. day; 7:15 ThurAdfty, p m., 7:30 Prals* Service. MoBAfif ftev. CHURCH ion w««t John £»ycf. School 9:45 a/in.; Service 11:00 ft.m. 6:48 p.m. Evening 8:00 p.m. pftstor. SundA Morning Worshl TrUlnlnff Union Worship Service fAPflSt MtSildN m t. l«fy» > tel ttlilon. pastor; Harry R«y Jefrl lilng*. Sunday School superintendent! Bill Monroe, Tratnhiff Union dlrtctofl Slrlck ttullender, Music director. Sitfll day Services: Church School 9:4S n.frt.l Morning; "" - . . • Union 6 7:80. Worship ... iO p.m., Evening Training Wofshll IMMANUEU TtMPLR Books for available In each course will be the church office of Alaska's first Southern Baptist church was organized in 1943. Five churches participated state's 1949 crusade. in The United States Is the largest meat producing country in the with 12,600,000 tons per I h e i world, year. ANNOUNCEMENT Waldon E. Moore and W. E. "Gene" Hollar are pleased to announce the forming of a partnership for the practice of Architecture and Engineering in Pampa, Texas, to be known as ... MOORE & HOLLAR 512 W. Kingsmill Architects-Engineers Ph. MO 5-5921 Waldon E. Moore Engineer Willie Eugene Hollar Architect Two Services At Central Baptist Rev. Thermon Upshaw, pastor of Pampa's Central Baptist Church, will preach on "The Price of a Second Hand Coat" Sunday Morning. HLs Sunday evening message is called "What Sin Did to Samson." Sunday evening the Church will' PL.AINVIEW (Spl.) — Committee appointments made at the recent mid-winter session of the Way-. Trustees include the naming ofi 13 tm '° l| K h 16 years of age, will be Dr. E. Douglas Carver, Pampa to ilaught by Wa y ne Cobb - associate the newly created Academic i supennlendent of the Sunday Scholarship Committee. scho01 ot lhe Central Baptist The Academic Scholarship Committee will raise funds for scholar-j ships for high ranking students at] Way land. Serving with Dr. Carver on the committee are Rev. Howard Scott, Highland Baptist College Board of; Hereford, chairman; L. M. McAdoo, Seagraves; Dr. F. B. Malone, Lubbock; Ray Perkins, Olney; J. L. Pay ton, Godley; Oscar Flowers, Perry ton; and John Hammond, Happy. Finns Policies DALLAS (Spl) — Dr. Douglas Carver, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Pampa, has been named j ales." a study of boys and girls 13 through 16 years of age, i taught by Wayne Cobb, as* superintendent of t h e S school of the Central B a j DrTVolbach Will Direct 'Mary Sfuaif First Baptist Church Monday evening. The school being held in Pampa is one of several hundred such schools being held over the state of Texas during next week. More than 85 of Texas' 124 Baptist Associations are expected to participate. More than 100,000 people are expected to enroll In these schools next week. Rev. Bill Sparks, pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday School 10 a.m. and Young People'* Servlc* t p.m. Evangelistic Services 7:80 p.m. Tues day evening; Mid-week Service, 7:3 p.m. Friday evenlng-i Blbla study and prayer services. HOLY SOUL* CATHOLIC CHURCH *12 W. Brownlnfl The Rev. Father Edward J'. Cash man, C.M., pastor. Sunday Services Mass, 6, 8, n, 10:30 a.m. MondayFriday: 6:18, S, 11:15 a.m. Saturday 6:15, 7, S a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m Novena. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Kingdom Hall 044 S. Owlflht S. ant. .T. Land rum, Bible Study, congregation serv- Tue*day 8 p. m. sing "Does Jesus Care" with Mrs. (plans and policies committee' ;$,'„«?' »w 1 F " "? lotat - T^i One of the denomination's most choir sang this, beautiful song two important committees, the plans Wpptr« Otrn Onrf t.rlll olv.n- If ,.„„!.,• j . ' 1-Mciil.i iand policies group recommends major policy changes and plans of denominational work affecting de- PORT WORTH rspl) - German arts will be the theme of the 18th member of the" Texas" BaptTat | annllal Fine Arls Festival at Texa a Christian University this spring. Dr. Michael Winesanker, chair- weeks ago and will sing it again ;a nd at the request of many membrs of the congregation. i In charge. Service Meeting:, Friday, 7:30 p. in. Ministry School, Friday, 8:30 p. m Watch Tower Study, Sunday 4 p. m. LAMAR CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sumntr A. Bond Rev. David 1C. Mills, pastor. Sunday Services: church School 3:40 a.m., Worship Service 10:40 a.m.. Second Service 7 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 824 S. Birnet Rev. Rnnls Hill, pastor. Sunday Services: Church School 9:-l5 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m., Training Union 6:15 p.m., Worship 8 p.m. Wednesday: Teachers' Sleeting- 7 p.m., Mid Week Prayer Service 8 p.m. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH Alcoek ind Zlmmeri .T. B. Caldtvell, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning 1 Worship 11 a.m.; Youth Service 6:30 p.m.; Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: mid-week service 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Women's Auxiliary 9 a.m. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JE3US CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS (Non-Utah Mormons) Leland Diamond, pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday School 10 a.m., ?reachinR 11 a.m. Communion served Irat Sunday of each month. PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST (Colored) 838 S. Gray Davis, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School; by Bargiel. |11:00 a.m., Preaching Service; 6:001 The choir will qlnp- "Wo All Ro '?"'•• Training Union: fi:45 p.m., Rve- JJIB 1.11011 will sing we All He- || ne worship. Tupsilay: 7:30 p.m., Deacons Will Be Ordained Sunday Night Dr. Douglas Carver will be in e pulpit Sunday morning at the Pampa First Baptist Church. He will use as his sermon topic "Run- nlng Away From Life" based on Psalm 55:8. Miss Elolse Lane will use as the morning offertory "Reverie" by Dickinson and as the Evening offertory "Adagio" services: letHtL ASSEMSLY op CHURCH Hlmlltdn 4 Warrell 600 man of the music denartmpnt la i, , 6 -,llne Worship. Tuesday: 7:30 p.m.. n Ph-, department, is m e ve in One True God" by Muel-'Mission. Wednesday: 7:cfo p.m., Teach- The Church will participate in the Sunday School Training School being held in the First Baptist Church through the week. Rev. Upshaw will leave Pampa next Tuesday for two one-week revival meetings in Alaska. He will be preaching in Kobuk the week of Feb. 22 and in Selawik the week of March 1. He will return to Pampa March 10. Ten events have been scheduled, I they will _3ening with a presentation of I Glory partments, agencies and institu-jBrahm's "German Requiem" by |ler Sunday morning. Sunday night ers aleetln s: 8:00 p.m., Prayer Service tions of the Baptist General vention of Texas. Con- full orchestra and chorus on Sunday afternoon, March 8. Dr. Rob. . The committee studies personnel j ert L. Hull, dean of the TCU School sing "That Will Be Sunday night at the Evening Worship service a Service Of |ln '< : lia"i-ge""sun"day:"rdiirpany""Afeetirigi Ordination for Deacons will be ob-I'l^'li^''"?'^^^,;,,!,! g^-j to carry mission Saluting mends appointment of new mittees Baptist froup meets quarterly before ecutive board meetings and In special sessions during the year. the pro- needs of the BGCT and recom-jof Fine Arts, will direct com- gram in Ed Landreth Auditorium. Other musical programs include an organ recital by Emmet Smith out the Texas program. The ex- of the TCU faculty March 15; a chamber music concert by the Faculty Trio and Woodwind Guin- tet March 22; a Beethoven Sonata served. Three new deacons be ordained bv the Church. will They n . ._ . .I.IT-I < inem, i p.m. , .lummin .ijtrrci NIK, are &. L>. Henderson, John GlkasiSp.m. Wednesday: Home Leatttie, 1:45 BlWe Study and 1'raycr Service. EVANGELICAL METHODIST CHURCH 1101 S. Welli Rev. C. B. nhyne, pastor. Sunday ier?. 11 a.m.; YP Legion, 7 a.m.; Sal-j Service.": Sunday School, 9:15 a.m.; vat Ion Meeting, R p.m. Tuesday: Corps ('lass, 7 p.m.; Soldiers Meetlni SALVATION ARMY 837 S. Bflrnei Envoy and Mrs. H. <'. Seaffo, officers R*v. Paul F. Sryant, pastor. Sun dfty Services: Sunday School 9:4 ft.m.; Worship It a.m.; Rvangcll*tl Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Olbl Study 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Woman Missionary Council 9:45 ft.m. ftllUt BAPTIST CHURCH 3*0 i, Tynfl Rev. M. H. Hutchlnson, pmtof. Sunday Services; 10 a.m., Blhle School 11 a.m., Preaching;; Evening ServlcJ Wednesday S p.m. Midweek Servic*. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH $13 E, Franeli Rev. T. 0. Upshaw, pastor: Bob: Callahan, minister of music and edu-' cation. Sunday Services; Church School 9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m., Training Union 6:18 p.m., Worship r :30 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer Sewlce p.m. '' I CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST '. BOO N. tomCrvillt 3. M. Ollpatrlck, minster. Sunday Services: !l:45 a.m. Hlhle School; 3ft:6'0 m. Morning Worship, 7:30 p, m., ivenfng: Worship. Wednesday: 10:00 .m., Ladles Blhlft Class: 7:30 pjn., Mid-week Service. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN 600 N. Frost Rev. Darrell T-'ryman, pastor. Sun- ay Services: Church School 9:4r> R, n.. Morning Worship II a.m., youth 'ellowshfp K:3Q p.m., Kvening Wor- hlp Service 'I p.m. Thursday: .Junior " ' Rehearsal 7:30 p.m., Senior "holr Rehearsal 8 p.m. CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF OOD 1124 t. Wllcox Bob Goodwin, pastor. Services: Sun- ay School, 10 a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; C. A., 6:46 p.m. Sunday, 7:45 p.m. Tuesday and Friday: tVMC, 2 p.m. Friday. WELLS STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST Wellt and Browning Sunday Services, 10:.1l) a.m., 7 p.m. j Communion 11:45 a.m.; Mid-week aer- vice, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. . day J p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Mary Ellen at Harvester Jon Jones, minister. Sunday Services: 9:45 a. m.. Hlhle Study: 10:45 a. in.. Church Services; 5:ou p. m., young people's meeting, G:0t) p. m. 1 Kvenlng Service. Wednesday, 9:30 / n. m., Ladies Bible (Muss; 7:30 - — ' p. m.. and E. G. Nelson. Rev. O. C. Cur tis will preach the mon. Rev. Curtis Is the District Missions Secretary of District 10. Other deacons of the church taking part in the ordination service will be Ed Railsback, chairman, | p.m.; Roys CUili. (Sunbeams, •( p.m. 4 p.m. Thursday: p.m. Friday Ordination ser- Company tUin'rd Pmpartition Class, 7:30 p.m.: Holiness .Meeting, 8 p.m. SEVENTH DAV ADVENTIST CHURCH 425 N. WARD Blder R. A. Jj-nkln^, paslor. Sat- T-J i. t • *i_ rm t I — ---— -»k-*,.. t v,i*u.t«jn t*,««, ui ue necital with Theodore Ullman. na- Dr. L. J Zacharv vice chairman a - m - tlsxnnltt* !.««...._ —j .-j. _ ___ .-_ _ _ _ .- •* ' ^iti*t*.*iie»*i, M l nn Feb. 8 -14 LIGHTING FIXTURES No Installation Charge On Orders of S 40 or More This Offer Good Month of February Only We Carry Such Famous Lines of Fixtures as Imperial Suzane, Markstone, Midwest Chandelier Co. ASK FOR FREE ILLUSTRATED CATALOG NATIONAL ELECTRICAL WEEK fEB.8-14,1959 tlonally known pianist as guest artist, April 5. March 15-April 12, an exhibit of art by faculty members will be held in the university gallery. Commemorating the bi-centenni- B. R. Nuckles, Secretary, Claude Wilson, Calvin Whatley, Bob Allford, G. L. Cradduck, Don Egerton, D. B. Jameson, Herman Whatley, Owen Johnson, Floyd Yeagcr, Paul Grossman Sr., L. L. Stovall, nl of FricclHch Sfhiller'B birth in J. B. Huntlngton, Leon Fain, 1759, the theatre division will pre-; George Snell, Bob Clements, Cllf- sent his "Mary Stuart" in a new i ton NcNeeley. L. S. Richardson translation in the Little Theatre Louis Tai-pley D March 13-14, 18-21. Dr. Walther R. Volbach, chairman of the Theatre Arts Division, will direct. urday services: Sahbath School, !>:30 Church Service, 11 a.m.; Mis Volunteer Meeting, 4, p.m. ST. MATTHEW* EPISCOPAL CHURCH 727 W««t Brownina The R«v. William E. West, rector. Sunday services: S a.m. Holy Communion, !>:15 s.m. Morning Prayer and Church Schoo., 11 a.m. Holy For the first time in Festival history, an opera will be a part of tho program. Gluck's "Orfeo" will be presented May 15-18 with Rudolf Krtiger conducting, For'SouF Read God God's'great healing and saving power will be brought out at Christian Science services Sunday. Scriptural selections will include the following from Matthew (14: Hi: "And Jesus went forth, and saw a great multitude, and was moved with compassion toward them, and he healed their sick." .Subject of the lesson-sermon Is "Soul" a won.! which, when capitalized, is used in Christian Science, as one of the synonyms for Cod. From "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by -Mary Baker Eddy will be read the following (210:11-18): "Knowing that Soul and its attributes were forever manifested through man, the Master healed lhe sick, gave sight to lhe blind, hearing to the deaf, feel to the lame, thus bringing to light the scientific action of the divine Mind on human minds and bodies and giving a better understanding of Soul and salvation." j The Golden Test is from Psalms i (62:1): "Truly my soul waiteth j upon God: from him cometh my salvation." V. Biggers, Wes Langham, R. L. Souier, G. C. Rutherford and Lewis McEver. The church will join the other Communion, s Dally prayer at p.m. Ton i h Group. 9 a.m. Wednesdays Baptist churches of the city in a Group Training School beginning Monday night at 7. All classes will be held at the First Baptist Church. For Your Insurance Needs CONTACT Buzzard Agency 1812 N. Ntlion Automoniift « Fire • Casualty MARK BUZZARD — MO 6-4391 TALMADGE WRIGHT CHIROPRACTOR 1331 Willislon MO 9-9.VH :.'((! a.m. Holy Communion, 7:.'!0 p.m. choir rehearsal. Women of St. Mftt- UIPWS meet 1st WednemJayn at 10 a.m . iHt and 3rd Thursdays al 8 p.m. Parish Day School, Kindergarten through third prade. Mra. Clem Kol- lowdl, Churc-h m-cretary. Clem Folio- well, Superintendent. ST. PAUL METHODIST Buckler A Hobart Dr. Rurgln Watklns, pastor. Sunday Serviced: 9:15 a.m., Sunday School; 11:00 a.m.. Morning: Worship; 6:30 p.m Ml'F; 7:00 p.m., Kvenlng Worship. Choir practice at 7:30 p.m. Wed- ncsday. j ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH (COLORED) 408 ELM C. C. Campbell, pastor. Sunday Services: 9:45 a.m., Sunday School; 10:55 a.m , Morning Worship: 6:30 p.m., Kpworth League; 7:30 p.m. Mornlnp Worship, 11 a.m.; Broadcast over KPDN, 2:00 p.m., Young People'i Services, 6:30 p.m.; Kvenlng Worship 7:tr> p.m. Young People's meeting every Tuesday evening. Kvangelislic services at 7:45 p.m. each Thursday and Friday. OHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 901 N. FROST Sunday Services: J'30 a.m., Sunday Schoo); H:UO a.m., Sunday Service. Wednesday: 8:00 p.m., Wednesday Service. Reading Room hours i 2 to t p.m. Tuesday and Friday and Wednesday evening after the service, REVIVAL CENTER Dw.aht & Alcock (Borgtr H'wy.) Runy M. Burrow, pastor. Sunday Services: Church School Ifl a.m., Worship Servlr* 11 a.m., livening Svangcllstlc Sprvlf* 7:30. Thursday 3 p.m.: Women's MeMliiR. Thursday Xlglit EvRng<>lintl(! Service, 7:30; Hat- urday N'lght Evangelistic Service, 7:30. CHURCH OF QOD IN CHRIST (COLORED) 404 OKLAHOMA EVANGELISTIC TABERNACLB 324 SUrkw«»th«r P.ev. Lonule Uavla, pastor. SundayServices: WorKhlp, to a.m. and 7 p.m.' Tuesday and Thursday: 7:45 p.m. , THE CHUrtCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY Zimmin & Montagu* Sunday Services 10 am; Sunday School 1 a.m., Worship Service, 7:30 p.m., Kvangellstlc Service. Tuesday services: 7:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting- Saturday services: 7:30 p.m.. Young People's V. L. n. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 203 N. West Dr. Douglas Carvnr, pastor. J. R. Slrotile. minister of education, J<>» Emily T. Hicks, D.D.S. Announces Kernovul Of Office from Hughe* Bldg. to 1716 North Hobart Practice Limited to Orthodontic* INCOME TAX SERVICE In Your Home or 606 RATUFF 1534 Hamilton MO 5-3306 HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 1301 N. Bank! Rev. M. B. Smith, pastor Boh Ham- • llton, music director. .Sunday Services: Whltten, minuter of music. U. H. .Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; .Morning, -Nuckols, Sunday School Superlntcn- U'orshlp 11:00 a.m.; Training Union, 'lent. \\>«lev h. J.aiiKham, Vralnlni 7:00 p.m.; RveninK Worship serviced, I Union director. .Sunday tiervlrna: i):tT> t>:0» p in.: Midweek Prayer services at ["•'»• Sundav .School; II a.m. Worship 7:45 p.m. Choir practic* at 8:30 p.m. | •Srrvlce; 6:3(1 p m., Training; Union; i?:jO pin., Kveniiij; Wurnhip. UNITED PENECOSTAL CHURCH (10 Naida P.ev. .Services: 8:1 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 201 E. Foittr Rev. W. W. Adcock, pastor: Clrtirto* liniau, pastor, i a.m., Siiiiilay 11:00 a m., Devotional, 7:30 > ' lioinpnon. Director Ot KdUfatlon; p in., KvaiiKfltstlc; Srr\lce. Tuesday: j'l'om Atkln. ilinistiT of Music; Hob 2:ilii pin. I.adieu Auxiliary SVedn^s- i Hlack. Assitlaiu to I'ustor. Sunday diiy: 7:3n p.m., Prayer ,\l?etiiig. Frl- | Servli-es ; day: 7:3M p.m., em Meeting. Conquer- «ION LUTHERAN CHURCH 1200 Duncan BROOKS ELECTRIC PAMPA MO 44565 PJRRYTON 6E NEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH SLATED A new ChrUtton (liriifh U established iu nurtbwebt Pi -Hat AJHchell ol rai);ulimi t u 1 U the Uaily NVw*. The paslor will formerly o| the ChrMiaji liuU&u Sctwpl, Se- Tbe church will b* bgJU ut and Bunk* wlUi cwpiUtl Irwn the Evttn feli ol Renew Your Home % Paints 9 Wallpaper Home Builders Sup. 312 W. poster 4 84U WALL PAPER See Imperial New lUt-u Slylo i'ttper 1)0 S. P»int Co. MO 6-5S22 A. Rums, pasior- Sunday Services: Phui.-h School 9:45 a. in., \\'orahip Serv \i e II a. m Weekly Meetings: Junior t'isliers of 'Men. Monday, 7:30 p, m.; Adult HIMe I'lass, Tuesday, 7:3U p. m.; Wall her League, Wednesday, 7:3u p. in. .Sunday .School teacher* meet Thursday at 7:3(1 p. ni Ladles' Aid. every second Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.. and Men's Club every 4th Monday at 7:30 p. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 600 E. Kingimill Rev. Richard Crews. :30 a.m., morning worship, ner Itadlo Station KPDNj » broadcast ov 9:45 a.m., Church School; 10:55 a.m.! Morning Worship; 6:30 p.m.. Youth Choir Rehearsal; 6:30 pin, Intermediate and Senior MVP: 6:30 p.m., Fellowship study classes for all age*; 7:30 p.m., Evening Worship. THE CHURCH OP" JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINT* (MORMON) Kentucky at Sloan E. P. Hollinushead, branch preih- dent; W. H. Mlkelson, first counselor! James Waldrup, second counselor. Sunday Services: Priesthood Matting 9:30 a.m., Church School 10:45 a.m. Tuesday 7.30 p.m.: Relief Society. Primary Wedneaday: J:45 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. BAPTIST CHUHSH . minister George Taylor, director of Christian Kduratlon. Mrs. "Lavinia." Webb, music director. Sunday Services: Church School 9:45 a.m.. Worship and Communion 10:50 a in.. Chi Rho Rev. Earl M»ddo», paator. Sund»» Fellowship 5:30 p.m.. Christian Youth Sf-r.lces: Bible School. 10 a. m ; 1-fllowship 6 p.m.. Worship 7 p.m. j Preaching, H ». m. ; Kvenlng Wor- Ue-liicsday. Prayer Meeting 7 ».ni., iihtp. S p.m.; MI<1 - week NVorahip FELLOWSHIP 221 * ' Rev. Choir Practice 7 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 515 N. Qr»y Rev. Ronald E. Hubbard, minister. Sunday *ui vlr«»: Churrh School 5:45 a.m.; Worship service 11 a.m.; \Vt»t- j Service. | p.m., Wednesday. I FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 600 S. CuyKr Rev. John S. McMullen, pastor. Sunday Service*: Church School S:i5 study jj . Sterbuck will be Ji>*r« to begi« l»r t -b 1. Ue i>UJ KEYS MADE Whrlf You Wait Mack's Shoe W. Fo*ler «tt 5:30. Hible groups, Monday 7:30 p.m. and day S:30 a.m. CHURCH OF COD Campbell »nd Reid Rev. J. U. Walter, pastor; Sunday Si-rvi.'e.s: .Sunilay rf. houl, y-.t:, am.: j I'lfiu-hljig, II « m.; Kvunijilistic Srr- j vi''t«, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7:3'J p.m., | i Vounf peoples Kj^Jcavor. j CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE i SCO N. W«(| 4 f. Jlooi*. paMor. Sunday Seri-|c«», 9-(.j am, Sunday .School'; .!'':•''» Kill .\liv>ili,|; Uoi'.'hlp; 7pm i N. V r.-: a,,,I .Ini - s,., i,-u . T I', p m. p.m., Tu«»day: WMC tt in. WedneeJay: Midweek S«f> ico 7:30 p.m. HARRAH METHODIST CHURCH 639 S. Barofi Rev. O. M. Butltr, pa«tor. Sunday S*rvlrea: Cliurch School 9:45 a.m.", _ Worship 10-45, und Senior MY*' o:3() p.m., Adult . Bll.le Study 0:.1ii, Junior Choir J;«. i heamtil J:3u, .Monday 7 p.m.: Stout I Troop 112 m*«ts Second Tutfday T p m : M*n'» Brotheihood, Fourti Tue»d»v 7 p.m.; Workers Conference. Wednesday fi.45 p ra •' Choir Rchcar- *il and Siblt Study. Thuj$d»y 9:£Q * in. »nd 7:.1fl p.ui W'.SCS Cin-l«« Tluirsilav N'Uhf tvr

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free