Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on February 7, 1964 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, February 7, 1964
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The POWER of FAITH ty WOOD) ISHMAEI T^h rough the faith and perseverance of Franclt Atbury, JL Methodism spread ihroughout America early in our history. He came to America in 1771 ai a mitsionary from England. Like the'founder of hit faith, John Wesley, he traveled constantly on horseback, preaching wherever he went. He averaged 600 miles a year and became the first circuit rider in America. This method of preaching to a number of communities is used by ministers in isolated areas even today. In Ihe late 1700's a conference of Methodist preacher* in Baltimore elected Asbury as their leader. It was the beginning of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States, with Francis Asbury as bishop. His almost ceaseless traveling and devotion to his cause increased the number of Methodists in America to 200,000 by the end of his life. __^ — AP Newifeaturet — Fresh Water Goal of Work NEW YORK (AP) — The United States plans to work with Israel to find ways of using nuclear power to make fresh water out of salt water. President Johnson announced the plans Thursday night, saying water "should never be a cause of war—it should always be a force for peace." He apparently was referring to the Arab-Israeli dispute over Israel's plan to divert Jordan River water to the Negev Desert. The Arab nations met last month to map plans to counter the Israeli project. Egyptian Air Hostess Plummets from Plane CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian air hostess fell 8,000 feet from a United Arab Airline plan* Thursday. Officials at Cairo Airport reported that 25 minutes after the plane left Luxor Airport for Cairo, the captain felt strange vibrations. He found the exit door to the catering cabin had Mown away and the steawd- ess, Hanaa El Abed, 25, was missing. Search helicopters found the body in a village 45 mies south of Luxor. Garden Citian Heads District Organization Louis Wagner III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis ' '..gner II. was elected president of the District 8 Youth Fellowship, which in-1 eludes all youth of the Christian: churches from Liberal to Digh ton. Twenty-nine junior and senior high school young people from Garden City attended the World j Fellowship Youth Meet in Cimar-! ron last weekend to study Christian missions in India. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burkett were instructors for one of the study groups. Douglas Wagner and Lou Ann Metheney were representatives of the Garden City church to the world fellowship meet and New Church Furnishings Recommended Johnson made the announce ment at the 18th annual dinner for the Weizmann Institute of Science, an educational center in Israel. It has long been ex plnring ways of desalinazaUon. He said the United States is "equaliv readv to cooperate with other countries anxious to cure water snoriages." The White House said the project would be the United States' first joint venture wit. another country in desalinaza- tion research. ReqardleM of Number Man Knows His House GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP)—The telephone company and post office agree with Barclay Jameson's contention that he lives at 1699 Pinyon St. There, on the north side of his house on Pinyon street, are the numerals 1699. But, on 17th street where the city of Grand Junction says Jameson lives are the numbers 1951. "There's no such address is 1699 Pinyon," insists City Planner Don Warner. Jameson, a relative newcomer, said he knows for sure only which house is his. It's the two- story green one on the corner. New pews and pulpit furniture for the First Southern Baptist Church now seems assured. The church voted in business session Wednesday night to approve the recommendation of the pew committee to purchase new sanctuary furniture. Included in the pew committee recommendation were pews, pulpit chairs, Lord's Supper table and pulpit. The committee also recommended a fund raising campaign to finance the purchase. Making the recommendation for the committee was Roy Harms, chairman. Other committee members are Marshall Slough, Don Williams, Mrs. Mary Barnes, Mrs. Warren Spinks, Thomas Kitch and Mrs. Gene Mort. In other action the church heard a report from the mission committee that a building has been purchased for the First Baptist Mission of Deerficld which is sponsored by the First Southern Baptist Church. "Arrangement* are now being j made to move this cnurch building from Pleasant Prairie to Deerfield," Lawrence Chaplin, mission committee chairman, said. Presently the Deerfield church meets for worship in a private home. Easter Sunday has been set as a goal by the mission for the first services in the new church building. Russian Builds Big Base in Somali DAKAR, Senegal (AP)—President Philibert Tsiranana of the Malagasy Republic says Russia is building a $60 million military base in the Somali Renub- lic, presumably -'or Somalia's forces. Tsiranana made the statement in an interview with the Dakar newspaper Unite Afri- caine. tliv Telegram Friday, Nonary 7, If64 Tom Wilson served as a member of the nominating committee. Dr. V. A. Leopold will talk to the C.Y.F. about "Mental Health and Hypnotism" at their 6 p.m. Sunday service. Me will demon strate individual and group hypnotism. All senior high school and junior college age young people are invited to attend this meeting. A luetMjful Youth Week was enjoyed by the members of the junior and senior high school through participation in the Interdenominational Youth Council, under the leadership and direction of Bernadine Sitts. The Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Houser. who have worked with youth groups j in many different stales and cities, report that the youth week activities in Garden City have been the best attended, most inspiring and beneficial they have witnessed in cities many times as large as this one. I Perfect attendance in Sunday School for six Sundays prior to j | Easter will be recognized and re-1 j warded at the Sunday School on | Easter Sunday morning. A gold cross lapel pin will be given to every person who has a perfect attendance in Sunday School at the local church beginning Feb. 16 and running through March 22. In addition to the gold cross a plastic radiant lapel cross will be given to everyone in attendance on Easter Sunday morning. "Beliefs of the Christian Chruch" will be the Sunday, 10:40 a.m. worship service, and "The Poverty of the Christian Church" will be the 7:30 sermon topic by the minister. The New Testament teaching of Christian baptism will be demonstrated at the morning worship service. Titus Solomon Nobeko Weil Janet DiHemor* Youth Rally at Copeland COPELAiVD - The Christian Church here Saturday will host an International Missionary Youth Rally for all young people in grades four through 12. The Rally will feature four foreign students now attending Ozark Bible College in Joplln, Mo, They are John Fulford, Cape Town, South Africa; Titus Solomon, Salt River, South Africa; Noboko West, Japan; and Janet Dittemore, who was raised on mission fields in China, Burma, Tibet and Japan. The junior group, grades four through six, will meet in the church and grades seven through 12 will meet in the school build- Ing. The four young students will present lectures and films pertaining to their country. Others who will take part in the Rally are Ben Schiller, missionary to India, now professor at the Bible College; Dr. Charles Gresham, Manhattan Bible College; Prof. James 0. Morgan, Midwest Christian College, Oklahoma City, Okla.; talent teams from the two latter schools; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Balke, Kiamichi Mountain Mission and Lawrence Hallum, Cookson Hills Christian Home. A small registration fee will be charged. The session gets under way at 10 a.m. and is to be concluded by 4 p.m. Coal, oil and limestone — essentials of steelmaking — are all of fossil origin. Coal is the compressed remains of vegetable debris of swampy lands; oil, decomposed plants and animals from ancient sea basins; limestone, an accumulation of the skeletons of marine invertebrates. John Fulforil Panamanian! to Ba Hirtd for Zont Fore* BALBOA, C.Z. (AP) — Th« Panama Canal Zone's American policemen and pilots are up in arms because Gov. Robert J. Fleming is going to hire 50 Panamanians for the zone's all* American police force. Fleming said Thursday about 20 Panamanians probably will be integrated into the force next week, and 30 more will be add* ed later. He said the 250-mat force ultimately will be increased by 100 men but didn't say whether the additional 50 also would Ije Panamanian. —Whether buying or setllng, use Telegram Want Ads! Church Plans Communions Ash Wedesday communions are scheduled at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church at 7:30 and 9:30 a-m. next Wednesday. Shrove Tuesday observance will be a pancake supper served in the Parish Hall from 5:30 to 8: p.m. It will be a joint effort the Men of St. Thomas and the Women of St. Thomas. The pub lie is invited. Profits will go to ward repairs on the Parish Hall. Saturday night, St. Stephen's Acolyte Guild will meet at 6:30 p.m. with server acolyes only. Sunday morning's schedule in- I cudes Holy Communion at 7:3( a.m., and morning prayer and j church school at 10 a.m. Sunday night a discussion on the Episcopal Church will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lyman, 602 Bancroft. Directory of Garden City Churches •T. «ABr8 BOMAN CATHOUC Rev. Clement N. Qouoeeui. C.PP S. Raw. David Dougherty, C.PP.S. and Augustine Hnn- chak. C.PP.S. assistants. Pliono BR 6-4053. 509 ^Sunday H..»e., 6. 7. «. 9:80 L 10:45. 12:00. Weekday Masses: 6:30, 7:30, 11 a.m. Daily Howry: 7:30 p.m.: Sunftay 3:30 P.m. Holy Hour Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Cmfeiiloni: Saturday. Evej ojHolyDaye and Flnt Frldavs: 3:30-5:00 and 7:45-9:0" p.m. 8T JAMES LUTHERAN St. James Lutheran Church member of Th« American Lutheran Chu rch, 16078 Belmont Place BR 6-5108. Paul W. Schairer. pastor, 616 N. "siimlsy Sunday Schopl. 9:30 a.m.: Wonhtp Holy*Communion celab-<ifer< the first Sunday ol •very month. . T. E. Aslin, pastor. 14D9 "A". Phone BR 6- ttCQQ Sunday Bunday scnool, 9:46 a.m., Worship. 10:45 a.m.. Young People'* meeting. 6:45 p.m., Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. PIEBCKVILLE Sanday: Suno«y School, 10:00 a.m.: Worship Service. 11:00 a.m.; Youth Club*. <itf p.m.; Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. FELLOWSHIP HACTIflT W. T. Froggate. pastor, phone BR 8-58M at BR 6-5304. First and Spruce Street*. Sands* Blblf $ch»oi. » 4L a.m.; Morning Worship, 10:30 a.-m.; junior and senior young people's service 4.00 p.m.: Evening Preaching. 7:00 p.m. Tue'day, i p.m. Church at work. Thursday i Mid-week service 7 p.m. GABUEN CITV MKMMUNITt. HBETHBBN Floyd E. Born, pastor. BR 6-7410. 3rd aid Campbell. Sundaj : Sunday School »:45 a.m.; Worship 10:45 a.m.: Evening worship, 7 p.m. Wednetuay rrayer service. • n.m. TB1MTY LUTsiEBAN CHUBtJB Rev. Herman R. Mayer. 408 Jones Artnu*. Telephone 6-4464. First Service 8:80 a-m. Sunday School 9:30 am. Second Service 10:45 a.m. Communion 1st Sunday, 5:30 a.*. 3rd Sunday. 10:45 a.m. CALVAkY BIBLE CHURCH UMfpendcal) Rev. J. Eugene Layne. Pastor. 1603 Jan Street, East V llage Addition Bible School: 9:45 a m.; Worship Service 10:45 a.m.; evening service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Midweek Hour ol Ppwe r Service T:SO p.m. BEOKOANICEU GsU'sWtl 01 JESUS CHBIST OF LATTUB PA» SAINTS Roy A. Chapman, pastor, phone BR 6-7086, 614 N. 13th St. (Meetings in Seventh Pay Ad- Sunday 9:46 a.m. Church School and adult study. 11:00 *.m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. Study Groups 7:30 p.m. Evening Worihlp UKTHcSL.. A. M. BJ Sunday, »u,"ay w>oir t*T •,•*.; wewhtp tl'OO a.m. Wed«e*dar: Miuioa circle, 4 p.m.; •Ad claw meeting. /:* p.m. SECOND BAPTIST CUUBCM Rev. V. L. Bobbs. 8-4806. 1107 N. Main. Saaday - Sunday School H:45 a.m. Worthip Service 11 a.m., Union Training 6 p.m. Wed»e*4»r — Prayer Service 7 p.m. •" Mil*"* Ctrclt, 3:W FAITH T A BURN ACL f! AiaeMhly •! God Church J 3. Krlmmer, pastor, 8th and Kansa, pl- ' Hrt K-KH7I; BR 6-1388 (himer Sunday: 9:4! a.m. Sunday Sehooltinw 11 a.m. W"r?hintlme: 7:30 p.m. Revlraltlme. Tuesday: 7:80 p.m. Men's Prayer meeting. Thursday: 9:30 a.m. Ladies prayer meeting: 7:30 p.m. Prayer and praise service. riBsi cmtisTiA* rni itcn Alvin Houser, pastor Phone BR 6-4104 or BR 6-5411. 7th and Ches:nut. Sunday Hehnol. 8:48 n.m.: Worship, 10:45 a.m., Evening 7:M p.m.. Chi Rho. I p.m., CYF 6 p.m. Thnrsd"" f!hnir T46 o.m FIHHT MKTHOniST CHUBOH Paul Rantla. pastor, phnne BP 6-4523 SIS North tth Don Peckham, assistant, BR 6-7816, 211 Santa FB. E. P. Rogers, Minister to home member*, BR 6-4292 >".irt»y. Knndav School, 9 -SO * m : w-"ii|p. 10:45 a.m.: Nursery and children's liour during service: Evening Worshlo. 7:30 p.m. School of Christian LIvinK, 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday — Quiet time in chapel for all women, 9 o.m. Wednesday— Quitters 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., covered dish at noon. Bible Study at 2 p.m. Thursday— Choir relic araalF. primary at 4:15 p.m. junior, 4:45 p.m. and chancel at 8 p.m. Saturday— God and Countrj- and community clnsses, 10 a.m. Junior High youth choir, 11 * m ' CHURCH or f.un IN CHRIST E. B Sander*, pastor, phon* BR 6-3749. South Star Rout*. Snaday Sunday ochool. 10:3t a.m.; Worship, 1130 am.: Y P W W., 1-30 p.m.; Evangelistic Service, 7:80 P.m. TciMday: Bible Study. l:€0 p.m. Ffl*!** 1 °»-flVAt ^*rv1n* s.'(10 p.m PTMT PBRHHYTKRIAN CHURCH 3. Morion Kadyk, pastor. 7th and Plna. BR 1-5323. Man** BR «-7»U. Sunday: Sunday school 9:46 a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. United Presbyterian Youth, 6 p.m. Mariners. second Sunday fach month, 7-80 p.m. Wednesday: Men's Blbls Study 7 a.m. Thursday: Chancel Chnlr. 8 p.m, Women's Association, fourth Thursday. 3:00 p.m.; Circles, second Thursday: Junior Choir, 4:15 p.m. rmiRHQUAKK nosr^i. CHURCH Clarence Murphy, pastor, 1311 New York. 6-7481 Sunday: Sunday school, U 15 a.m.. Worst- ip 11 a.m. Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m. Tatsday aad Friday services 7:30 o.m. We.1'"wrtay 7 -SO p.m "The Hour of Power" CHVBCH Of CHBIKT. OBKBFIKI-U Herman Barnett. pastor. Sunday service — 10 a.m. — 1] nnoo CST Evening 6 p.m. CST. Wednesday - « p.m UST Mid-week B 1 1> I • ST. THO.MAH EPISCOPAL C1IUBCB Main and Walnu' iTerry E. Wright, rector. P.- • BR 6-S173. Sanday: Holy Communion, 7:90 a.m.. Holy Jrormunlon and church school 10 a.m.. first «undsv each month: Morning Prayer and •hurrh schoo' 10 a.m. other Sundays of month. FTIMT BAPTIST CRDBCH Herman Llese. Pastor. Phone BR 6-5266 llth ft Jones, Residence phone BR <-4474. Sunday: Sunday School. 9:4S a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Fellowship. 7 p.m. Worshli 7:45 p.m. Wednesday: 8 p.m. prayer and Bible study. M>n's Fellowship — 8 p.m. 2nd Monday. Wnmen'H Society — 2 p.m. 1st Thursday. Thursday: 8 p.m. Adult choir. CHUIlCf OF THE BBETHBEN Dorsev u.. Ko'.ruck uadtoi, BR 6-WH1, .... ohone BR 6-7?/7. Eighth and St John SYS <iunilay Church •irhnol. 9:46 am.; morning worship. 11 a.m.; C.B.Y.F. 6 p.m., Junior High fellowship snd evening -orshlp, 7:SO p.m. Wednesday: Adult choir, 7 p.m. tvery 3rd Thursday Junior choir. 4:15 p.m. Thursday: Women's fellowship. 1:30 p.m PBAIRIE VIEW CHUBCII OK THE RBETHBEN 2 miles wast of Friend on County Line. Mark Emswiler, pastor. Ph. BR 6-5097. Friend Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m., morning wor shin 11 a.m. Youth fellowship. 7:00 p.m. Pray er Fellowship 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m MBST CIIUBCH OF UOO Del on Hales, oastor. ohnna BH 6-3006. 80° "engine Sunday: Sunday School 9:30 a m.; Worship 10:45 a.m.; Evening Services. 6:30 p.m. I'liuriUsy Midweek Service. (:30 p.m. JEHOVAH'* WITNESSES Mn"<1om Hi"i Corner Kansas W Poarl Svftday: Public addrias, 3 p.m. Watchtow- «• study to follow. Tundsr. Bible study. I p.*. Friday i Service Instruction.. 7:30 D.m.: ihsocrac: 'nt<-*»" -"^nA 1 0,'W* o m THE ctiimcH or tin's CHBIST OF I4TTO* 0Af SAINTS Ruion Anderson, branch president. BR 6-4941 Saaday i Priesthood meeting. 9 a.m.: Sunday School 1Q a.m.: Saoramsnt 11 a.m. PUU'OMH COMMUNITY FBKSHYTEBIAM Rev. Sid Raymond. BR 6-6501 or EUott 5-6427 it Lakin. Sunday: Sunday School 11 a.m.; morning worship, 10 a.m., U.P.Y., 6p.«. 4ueada.yi Prayer ratting and slibl* Study. 7:30 p> 01 > WestaMdayi Choir practice, t p. a, rrt4«yi Junior BlbleClub. 4 P-W. SOI'TIIKBN BAPTIST rHI'BCH Jon Wade Lurtz, Pastor. Phone BR 6-6609. Re- lidence 6-7659. Campbell at "C" Minday: iundav .School s)-4b 1. m. : Worship 10:50 a.m.: Baptist Training Union 6:45 p.m.: Evening Services 7:50 p. m. Wednesday: Prayer meeting 7:45 p.m. sunbeams. WMU. G.A.' i. Y.W.A's. Brotherhood. Kid choir. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-7681 Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. Sunday Schol 10:45 a.m. Evening Worship 6:45 p m, Training Union 7:45 p.-n. Wednesday Prayer MeHing at 7:30 p.m. CIIHUCH or rur NAKAKEKB Bub Fetters, Pastor 1310 E. Kansas Mnduy .''Uiiaay ncnnui. < -to 4.111. vVorshlp. 10:50 a.m.; Young People ('30 P-m. ; Evening I:3U p.m. Thursday i frayer Meeting. i:'A> p.os. (-•"'" I MTV C'ON(iKK<iATION'AI CHI'RCH Sunday: Church School, 9:30 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a-m. ru»r«tl»); v-u).r», Xeuth tf:i •nd Aoult |» p.ut. or CHBIIT Phone BR 6-4500. 1603 Pat'e Drive (1 mile East Of Main on Kansas) Clifton Stark, minister. »uuu»y Sunday School » 46 a.m.; Surda» worship 10:45 a.m.: Gvenlng service 6 p.m, Wedncudnv 10 am Ladies Blbl* Siudy. Thursday Night: Class e» 7:30 p.m. -r'VKSTII ».\\ AIIVKNTI8T J. V. Schnell. pastor. >hone BR 6-7773. 614 N. 18th. Saturday 9:45 am. a»>boatn School. 11 a-» Worship. Friday: 7:30 p.m. Youig People'* meetlof. when you call Grandmother .. .YOU DON'T EXPECT TO REACH TIMBUKTU Naturally, when you call Grandmother's phone, that's the one you expect to get, and you do. But that's not as easy as it sounds. Your call must work its way through all sorts of interconnections, wires, cables, switches and so forth until, finally, it picks the right phone out of some 83 million in the U.S. Yet, out of all the possible chances for mistakes, your call goes where you sent it . . , in town or out-of-town, to Grandmother, wherever she is. This sort of reliability is the result of service improvements that keep increasing the convenience and personal value of your telephone. SOUTHWESTERN (£) BELL Making l«l«phon» ••rvlo« b«ll«r to ••!•¥• you bettor

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