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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 10

Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 7, 1965
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l?EW84MmNAt» FHttay, May % 1965 urch To Observe Pastor's Anniversary Stmday, tte Central Bapt I s t dhttfeh will observe the ninth aflftivefsaty of their pastor, Dr. Carl Scott. On the second Sunday in May 19S6, Dr. and Mrs. Scott and their two daughters Judy and Susie, moved to Clovis, from Kansas City, mo. when he began his service as pastor of the church. The day will be observed with high attendance in Sunday School, and the Worship Services. Each department will be privileged to have the pastor in for a brief visit during the morning. Since Dr. Scott came as pastor in May of 1956, Central Baptist has received 1,984 members. The total income for all causes for this period is $923,- 614.79. By the end of the year this figure is expected to exceed one million dollars. During this time of growth and expansion the church has never had a financial drive, but has operated entirely from the free-will contributions of the members. During these nine years tie church has, twice, built additional education space. The most recent was a well equipped youth and adult activities building. ^"•"^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••••••••••••••••B Religious News Page mm^mjfffi^^^flfffffffjfffffjffjffffjfffijjjijlit^ Loyalty Dinner To Be Held For Our Lady Of Guadalupe Confirmands To Receive Church Rites Sunday will be a special day for Immanuel Lutheran Church, llth and Prince. Following the Sunday School at 9:15 a.m., the worship service at 10:30 a.m. will include the celebration of Holy Communion and the confirmation of the 1965 class of Confirmands. The sermon, "What Does It Mean — Confirmation?" will be delivered by the Rev. Henry L. Schaefer. Everyone is welcome to attend. The children who shall receive the Rite of Confirmation are: Kathy Brown, Susan A 11 a r d, Linda Dann h e i m, Joseph Drager, Renee' Huber, Terry Kolln, Carl Noack, and Susan Wagner. These Confirmands shall receive their first Communion in the service. Music for the service will be provided by Mrs. Derrell Bulls of Portales. Plans are underway at Immanuel Lutheran for the annual Vacation Bible School. It is tentatively set to begin the latter part of May, and Union Recruits Members The Clovis Women's Christian Temperance Union met M o n(day at the First Nazarene Hotel Clovis will be tiie scene ,at 7 p.m. Friday, for a Loyalty j Dinner for all registered adults of Our Lady of Guadalupe parish. More than 450 guests are expected. Pastor of the parish is the Reverend Myron Uhl, O.F.M. Main speaker of the evening will be His Excellency the Most Reverend James P. Davis, Archbishop of Santa Fe. Landtroop Receives New Position Rev. Earl R. Landtroop, 214 Master of Ceremonies will be the General Chairman, Jack Carrasco. Heading the Ushers will be Thomas Trujillo. Archbishop Davis will speak about his tithing and rededica- t i o n program for the ent i r e. Archdiocese, including all parishes and missions. The Pastor. Myron Uhl will discuss the historv of Our Ladv of Guadalupe Church and its financial program. Manuel Marin will show that "Tithing is God's Plan," David Mendoza will explain "The Layman's Responsibility," a n d Raymond Vargas will discuss "How the Tithing Program will work in our Parish." Bowen, Joseph Bucsath, Frank G. Castillo Samuel Chavez, George Fuller, Fred L. Gallegos, Marcelino Garcia, Adam Steven Garcia, Bessie Hernandez, Abenecio Lopez, Mich a e 1 Marquez, David Mendoza. Aurelio Montano, Herman F. Murillo, Domingo Orozco, Eutemio Romero, Reynaldo Romero, Jose P. Ruiz, Jose Ga Salas, Henry Salguero, Thomas Trujillo, and Ysebel Valencia. Shades of the old-time warming pan! Doing the same job today, but more up-to-date, is an electrical foot comforter to program. Five churches were represented, and four children were dedicated. There are now 53 persons enrolled. i The meeting was called to ! order by Mrs. F. B. Scott, Uhe openin |W. B. Williams. i Mrs. Esther Burch provided j special music. A scripture and songs completed the program. Mrs. Williams gave three charges to the group concerning the responsibilities of parents, members, and a call of example | to parents. | White ribbons.were presented | to mothers and each child was given a white flower. I Mrs. Ralph Essex gave the (closing prayer. years has r _ _.. dent of missions for the Plains Baptist Association, and who iwas a former pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, assumed his new official position as Pastor jof the Prince Street Baptist IChurch, Sunday. | Mr. Landtroop is well known ! in the area for his work in the 'mission assignment, and he will |continue on an unofficial basis I to help with many features ; peculiar to the local missions. I At the present time, no suc- jeessor has been named to replace Mr. Landtroop. |and Arrangements Chairman, jbed beneath the bottom sheet, 'for the details of the dinner. is| Tlie comforter is made of white Mrs. Nacianceno "Bill 1 ' Romero. Hostess vice-chairman for the Loyalty Dinner are: Mesdames Laute Lopez, Erlinda Garc i a, Ramon Garcia, and Mrs. Robert L. Moreno. Assistant arrangements chairman is Mrs. Joseph S. Sando- jval. j Hostesses are the Mesdames: i i Gilbert Anaya, Jessie Baca.i 'Albert Bachicha, Eugene Bare-j la, Leonard Betzel, Will i a m ! quilted cotton in double or twin size. (Invento Products. 145 East 57th St., New York, N.Y.) District Meeting Attended SUDAN (Special) — Several Africans To Speak To Group . to attend a Plamview i district WSG meeting which was j held in the First Met h o d i s t. Church. ! : The theme was "To Serve ; Right Goriously." j i The District Secretary, Miss Evelyn Vineyard, presided. 10th And Pile Street Church of Christ * •S&v B. E. Bawcom (Minister) SERMON SUBJECTS: 10 A.M. "Writings On The Heart" G P.M. "Why I Choose Christ" BIBLE SCHOOL 9:00 A.M. i LADIES CLASS WED 9:30 A.M. MIDWEEK SERVICES 7:30 P.M. CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL! NOTE: From 2 to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday the minister is at the church office for por- sonal counseling. HP has had training arid experience in this work. Call S-9G03 for an appointment, if this time is not acceptable. of Nigeria, Africa. The Acandas. who are receiving a college education in the United States, will speak at the three services at the mission. The public is especially invited to attend the 2:30 p.m. service, but may feel free to attend the 11 a.m. and or, t ii e 7:30 p.m. sessions. Delegates Attend Convention The District Convention of HIP Rc-Orginized Church of .Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints held this past weekend ui Stanton, Tex. Guests speakers were .Jack Fears and Eutrene Tiu-yv Missionary Jack Fear- > f r o m Lubb(x.'k. Tex. and gene Theyes, Kedlands. ('a!:f the district administrator. Bishop L. W. Colemon. Moines, Iowa and Jarne-, Wekn district president fpi.'n I.) j rn- mitt, Tex. were church leaders in attendance. Those attending from C!ovi« were; Paul Crooks. H K Crooks Mr. and Mr? Gene Phillips, Bobby. Sandy Chuck Steven, and Dereek: Nancy and Buck Price, Ken W h i t e Judy, Charla and Kenny. Mack Allsup, Mr. and Mrs Lee Bnce Linda Lana and Lindst-y. I?:!] Corliss. Donny Sinclair and Dale Butler. F'ii- IJ" ! They were Miss Lelia Petty, .Tulia, district secretary; Mrs. Bertha McKinney, Plamview, recording secretary; Mrs. J. W. Olds, Sudan, Spiritual Life secretary; Mrs. Carl Rastetter, Hale Center, missionary education secretary; Mrs. Bedford Caldwell, Bovina. Christian social relations secretary. Mrs. Paul Cooper, l.ocknev and Mrs. Cecil Ilardauay, Olton, woman'.-, society representatives; Mrs. Julius Han<on. Tulia chairman. Mrs. Jim Williams, Olton. and Miss Fvelyn Vine'. ar:l. Pku.nview. nominating The district secretary and two ('her members will represen' 'he I'Ia:iH lew at a June 18 meeting at Mt. Sequoyah, Fay- etteviile. Ark. M:-i Vineyard ami other office r-> received tributes of ap- prei'iatioM fro:n Mabel Bi/./.!e, a d''e iro.-n niton. The members of the Earth VYS<; served a salad luncheon •o tht'-=- attending Tiseri- were T'.t present with a iai'ic runiber of Churches in the ili.-trict being represented. ?•>';-•• present from Sudan were Mrs. J W. olds. Mrs. Hob Drake. Mrs. Marvin Tulle!!. Mrs. Albert Gentry and M;— Betha Vereen SUNDAY'S MESSAGES SERMON SUBJECTS: 10:30 A.M. "Paul Before Felix" 6:P.M. The Christian Soldier" SUNDAY Bible Classes 9:45 AX Sermon ., 10:30 OUP.H ROBERT B. HAWKINS *ibl* Classes 5:15 PX. "DKFSDAY M'5W*!K BIBLE STUDY ladies Class ' ?-.M U4 Wed Eveniiw Service 7:30 FREE, 8 LESSON BIBLE CORRESPONDENCE COIKSE No One Will rail. Material. Hill Be MtUJ.-d To Vou. Sl,i<l> In 11,,- I'ma, v .,» lour Own Home. Write Curre«pondei.ce C'ourse »..x 1U37 - t lovU N M. v CHURCH OF CHRIST ROBERT B. HAWKINS, MINISTER 16th & Pile Sts. study 763-6846 Th«PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH T"Tii|K>rarv l^icatlon Our Chapel of Memories I'rince & Mananai Mi-4-tinir 9:30 ani & 10:30 am SANDIA BAPTIST CHURCH 1100 West Monoruj SI'NUAY SCHOOL MOKMM, VVOKSHIP TBAIM.VG I'NION EVENING 9:30 11:00 5:00 6:00 A Friendly New Churrh Whore You Will Enjoy Worshiping God «• Tfcpmtwi * West on MOAQHO Air ('ouditioned Off-Street Parking CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 14th AND CONNELLY ••FAMOUS rou THE UOSl'tL" auniey Letcher Jr. Minister "THERE IS NOTHING MOBE BIOYAM THAN A l<r.MOU. IT IS EASY TO FLOAT ONE AND HABD TO SINK ONE." Attended Nursery At All Services 8:45 to 9:00 A.M. — Tune KCLV 1340 9:45 to 10:25 A.M. — Bible School 10:30 Ui 11:30 — Morning Worship 5:00 to 6:00 P.M. - Youth Group* 6:00 to 7:00 P.M - Evening SUNDAY'S SERMONS Ol fcSI Sl'hAKi U fcugeuf Barbie from OkUUiojiw (liy. OkUt. 10:30 A.M. "The N«?*d To Be Loved" 6:P.M. 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