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Saturday, March' ,24, 1956 For Holy Week- Schwar+I Is Churches To Have Easter Music Texas Lutheran college A Cap- pclla choir, which will present a concert April 0 at 10:13 a.m. in Baytown in the REL auditorium. Schwartz is a junior TLC student in a secondary education major. The choir directed by Dr. P k olf "O Come,-; let "* siiuc unto Hie St. John's cantata, "From Dark- "The Atonement" by Sydney H. Lord: hi m niiikc u joyful noi.su news 7o Light," arranged by Ellen C- Petcr s will be presented by the to Jho rock of our .salvation." Jane Lorcnz from music by P. I. choir of Grace Methodist church Charles Schwartz, son. of Mr. The sad and joyous Easter story Tschuikowski, will begin at 7 p.m. The story in music tells of the and • Mrs. W. M. Schwartz, 1003 of the crucifixion and the resur- The choir is under the direction Lust Supper through the death and S ast • F ? yle ,l ls a m , 1 : mber ° f the rcction will be told again and again of Horace Smith, with Mrs. Mabel the resurrection. "" " fyi ""°" ->""-"" A '"—in Bnytown churclics this Koly Parker as organist. The program, to begin at 7 p.m., Week. Music is from such well known will be under the direction of Mrs. Not the least of ihesc obscrvnn- works as the Fifth Symphony, Paul Black. Mrs. Keith King will ccs, some combined with the Lord's "Andante C'antabile" from the be organist. Supper, will be the beautiful Ens- String Quartet, the "Sixth Sym- Soloists will be W. W. Bland, the ter cantatas and other musical spc- phony," "None But the Lonely Rev. W. .j. Goodwin, Mrs. Dan cialji that are scheduled beginning Heart, Palm Sunday through the " ; ' a >"- gas, Mrs. W. E. Carroll, and First Christian church, will nar- a ,' the oldest tourins- choir in the St. John's Methodist and Cedar Horace Smith. Duets will bo sung rate "The Story-of Easter" with st ate being organized in 1929 Bayou Methodist churches are by the Rev. a nd .Mrs, Hopper Hay- background music provided by the ' Included in the program wiil be plannmg their cantatas to be prc- good and Mrs. Carroll and Smith. 33-voice Chancel choir of the "A Mighty Fortress," Luther; "O The choir is composed of 21 voices, church in a. 7:30 p.m. Maundy- Magnum Mysterium," Vittoria; Thursday service., "Prayer ; to j'esus," Oldroyd: "Be *- * I i 1 * f Tlle musical program will in- Not Afraid," motet for double 1 ^sK'SOf"'! ^ I ^A I lC\f ^N £M* rfl f\ r\ C elude a Communion service. choir by Bach; "From Heaven vJiw/WV«ICj I iVlUoiL., Ot?l I 1 iVjl I i> Gerald Cox will direct the choir. Above," arranged by F. M. Christ: 1 ' Soloist will be Miss Nell Cox, with iansen; "Psalm Twenty -Three," Mrs. Carl Bush as organist. Schumann: "Auf Dem Berg" The Sanctuary choir of the Cedar Kranx; "Hodie Christus Natus Bayou Methodist church will pre- Est," Willan: "Behold a Host," sent the Easter cantata, "Olivet To Grieg; "Bread of Tears," Christ- Calvary" by Maunder at 7:30 p.m. iansen; "Lullaby on. ' Christmas scntcd Palm Sunday night. >ecial Music, Sermons Planned By McGleskey St. Mark's Methodist church S. P. Blumberg and E. M. Nelson have services at 7 p.m. each will direct the.activities. Easter in the church. . Eve," F. M. Christiansen: "Beau. The music Bor trays simplv and tiful Savior," Crusaders hymn; "" " "Evening." Kodaly; "Jer er Saa night during Holy week, excluding The night service to ibe°in at „ Saturday D, Wayne H. McCics- L p.m.. wil, have the Wesley and ^ofShS^'e' *%££, ^ Glad,'- Hokanseon, ^Spring Re, turns, F. M. Christiansen; and key, minister, has announced. At the 7. p.m. Sunday service Chapel choirs combined to fur- nish special music, "Love Dr. McCleskey will present the Mercy and Grace' by Miles. first of the Holy Week messages on the general theme "Jesus' Teaching About Himself." The topic for the service will be "I Am the True Vine." Monday night ,he will continue the scries with the sermon topic, "I Am the Door." Special music will be furnished by the Men's choir. '•J Am the Goo<j Shepherd," will be the sermon Tuesday night, with music by the Chapel choir. Wednesday night. Dr. McCies- key's sermon will be "I Am the Prayer Altar will be held 1 during dais service. Invocation and offertory pray- •,- • \i,-,,- ens will be given by Bill Garner. *° rlne VV ' lhams ' Nancy Offer will read the scripture and Nancy Kelly will lead tht- Evening prayer, Nancy Fennema and Jane Thorpe will present an accordian duet, "Battle Hymn of the Renub- iic.' 1 Bruce Day has announced that .special program of Easter music will be presented Easter Sunday night. "Love Triumphant by Kingsley maxuig in the tragedy and triumph of Calvery. Soloists will be Mrs. Elza L. Love, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kitter- An octet for two numbers will be formed by Mrs. Kitterman, Miss Williams, Mrs. Love, Miss Charlene Williams. Hardison, Gordon Wilson, Kitterman. and Charles The choir is directed by Mrs. James F. Jackson, with Mrs. Mable Parker as orgaaiist. "Wake Awake," Nicolai-Christiansen. Missionary Convention Is Underway Annual missionary convention now in progress at Central As- H. Bruce Day will direct "Love sembly of God, corner Pruett and Triumphant" bv Kingsley, the Kazro St. cantata to be "presented Easter The Rev. Lonnie Bowlen, pastor, rJsht in St. Mark's Methodist reports that it will be a combination of Home and Foreign Mis- Light of the World." The Wesley Is the title of the hour long pres- :hoir will present the music for entation with reader and choir. "'ArTEaster story the program will sions. •he program. Setting for the Easter story is - oe ,, iven wi " th " r j, a( j er -and choir. • Mrs - ^a. Washburn. Phoenix, T!is Chancel choir will sing at during Holy Week of the first -M rs ° y j 'cornelius vill read the Arizona , working among- several the Thursday night sen-ice, tiur- Easter in Jerusalem. ........ . T _ J; _^ ,._,,.__ s _ ,..__ ,.,_. ing which Holy Communion will Mrs. H. J. Cornelius will read" be observed. The sermon topic th« story, while the choir furnishes d 0r ant i Howard ,vi!l be "I Aru the Bread of Life.' 1 musical interludes. "I Am the Truth" will be the Mrs. W. J. Kilgore, Mrs. Indian, tribes is representing the home missions there. She has with her three Indian workers who will story. Solos will be by Mrs. Jeff Roy-,-, , .„ , . ,_ T <-. Y be dressed in their native cos- ^nflXrle" 'Ste? !ti*£. ^ **• ^^^ ^ loptc for Friday's service. Music Clarke, Lennard Braswell and E. and Mrl ~WalUs Tate'" A" quart'et ^™ P ictures " and dis P la >~ curious ?.'!!! be by the Junior choir. Palm Sunday sen-ices will be it S'An a.m. and 10:35 a.m., with Dr. McCloskt-y conducting the program on "Jesus' Teaching On the Kingdom." At the early service, the Chan- tc-1 choir will" .sing "O Fair Jer- itialcm" by Demarest. with Ron- iki Keiper singing the solo part. The Wesley choir will sing "We Prai.se Thee an-:i Bless Thee" by Landon «t the second 1 service. Both shoirs ->viii bt- directed by H. Bruce Day. Mrs. C. P.. Martin will »!ny the organ nnd chimes. The membership class of boys Watkins will combine as a. will include W. J. Kilgore, Mrs. quartet. Duets will be sung by Ev/all Clarke. Lennard Braswell Leroy Gardner and Dotric Prater and W. M. Watkins. and Mr. and .Mrs. Wallis Tatc. The First Baotist cantata. "Vic- fe Miss Annie StaUsholt, missionary to Liberia. Africa for six,, T ,,,-,_, . ,, . - teen years will be on the program Mrs. Jeff Roydcr and Howard tonous King" by Roy E. Nolle, will Saturday night and Sunday morn- C. Dunkerly, will be soloists. be sung by the church choir Eas- Day will be directing and Mrs. ter Sunday. Director will be Wade C. R. Martin will -be organist. DuBuse. j n g. Maundy-Thursday Cantata Is Planned At First Christian Rev. Raymond D. Morelock, missionary to Mexico, is also guest speaker. Morelock's main work has been teaching in Bible schools, preparing national workers to minister to their own people. For four years he scn r ed as co- <iirector of Elim. Bible Institute in Mexico City and the Matamoros Bible School in Matamoros. Mexico, spending six months of "The Story of Easter" in worship Gethsemanc,'' Swift: "0 Sacred md K'r!« will be received into, the and music will bo presented Head Now Wounded." Hans Leo the year in each school. He helped iHirch at the latter "service. Maundy-Thursday at First Christian Hassler; "Christ the Lord Is Risen build several churches. Sunday school will meet at 0:'15 church by the Chancel choir of the Today.' 1 Lyra Davklica, and "God , m in «n olfis'ws and dewirtrm-nts church, under the direction of Ger- So Loved the World," Strainer. ' in «n • and dewirtrm-nts WE ARE CLOSED ON SUNDAYS Because We're All Going to Church However—In Case of Emergency, Phono ' 9002, 9884 or 8847 Black's Pharmacies Morelock is a representative of the Gideons International. Just aid Cox. Tiie church will have two ser- recently he has helped organize The service will be combined vices Palm Sunday, Rev, Fqltz an- ^'c Gideons in Mexico. Morelock with a communion service, to begin nounccii. tells of the conversion of many as They arc scheduled for SM5 a.m. a result of the Gideon Testament and 10:50 a.m. program — among them a man and The minister will present anoth- his wife - wll ° were leaders of n at 7:30 p.m. The program will begin with music by .Mrs. Car! Bush. Open the Gatos of the Temple." Airs, or in a series of messages on the d ru ff ring in Acapulco. Robert Kcelon and Mrs. F. P. theme "Witness to Truth?' His sub- Frederick unll sing a duct, "The Old Rugfjed Cross." "The Storv of Easter" will be jcct will be "The Truth About the Cross.' 1 Sunday school will be at 9:45 nil-rated by the Rev. Clyde Foil.-, a.m. and night church at 6 p.m. pistor of the church. Soloist will fololewd by a service ot Christian be Miss Nell Cox. Tin. 1 music has been arranged bv Frederick Fay Swift. Songs will include "God So Lov- baptism at 7:30 p.m. Virgil Ixivvdcr, executive secre- iaiy of the Council of Churches of Greater Houston, will be truest Rev. Woods To Be InPulpitSunday THE PEOPLES STATE BANK Where Baytonlfcns Like to Bank 3SOO Stlnru Dial S2S1 The Rev. X. F. Blanscet. assoc. . late pastor of the Ced"ar Bayou on thtf \Vorki." J. Strainer: "The speaker at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Memorial Assembly of God has an- Paims." J. B. Fnure; "Break Thou nijfht for the Layman's League din- nounced that the church's pastor, the Broad of Life." F. F. Swift: ncr meeting. the Rev. Jenkins Woods, will be •Tis Midnight and On Olive's Tuesday the circle of the Chris- back in the milpit at 11 a. m. Sun- Brow, Bradbury; "Go To Dark ti.in Woman's Fellowship will meet. day. Rev. Woods has been away in a revival meeting in Borger, Tex. for the past three weeks. His topic for Sunday will be "The Church." At the 7:30 p.m. evangelistic Dr. C. E. Peoples, president of Words'" Guest preachers to assist service. Rev. Woods will preach the pastor will be the Rev. Mondrick Gorzycki. former St. John's pastor, and the Rev. Jim Beauman of Scabrook. At St. John's Methodist- College President To Speak THREE BIG DRUG STORES To Servo Your Needs Expert Prescription Service SCARBOROUGH'S 110 N. Main 126 W. Texas 3419 Market Lon Morris college, will speak at 1.1 a.m. Sunday at St. John's Methodist church. The pastor, the -Rev. W. H. Haygood, will christen children who will be presented for Christian baptism. The choir will sing "O Thou Eternal' Christ of God'."' -\t 7:30 p.m. Sunday the choir will present, the cantata "From Darkness to Light." nil music taken from Tschaikowski themes. Holy Communions will be led at 7:.^0 p.m. Thursday in the scftiituary. Next Friday a special service will bo at 7:30 p.m. centered on the theme, "The Seven Last on "The Second Coming of Christ." Other services for the day will be Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., with Milton Bevins in charge of classes for all ages. Lange's Topic is 'Christian Life' READ THE BAYTOWN SUN For Complete Church Ncw» I SAVE UP TO $600.00 OX A NEW 1956 PLYMOUTH I Offer Ends Tonight 1 ERNIE DITTMAN | __ First Baptists To Observe Lord's Supper First Baptist church members KAST TEXAS REVIVAL COADY BAPTIST CHURCH March 25th thru April 1st. Corner of Wade Rd. and Cedar Bayou - Lynchburg Rd. (»./• Mile North of Station KRRT.) SERVICES AT 10:00 A.M. EACH MORNING ANP AT 7:30 P.M. EACH NIGHT Nursery Open -- Everyone Welcome REV. O. D. HENLEY "The True Christian Life is All- Sunday school teachers and the Embracing" will lie the Sunday finance board at 7:30 p.m. \Vednes- morning sermon subject at the De- day. deemer Lutheran church. A iwccial Good Friday service The service will begin nt 10:4r> lias been scheduled for Friday at :i.m. with the pastor, the Rev. 7:30 p.m. The pastor will speak E. F. Lauge. presenting the ser- on the subject, "Jesus Fulfills His mon. The junior choir will .sing an Purpose." anthem entitled. "Hosar.na to The Son of David." Mrs. C. Broderson will be at. the organ and J. Humphrey will head the staff of ushers. Sunday school nnd Bible classes will meet at ?:,"0 a.m. with Ben Devcreaux in charge of the devotional program. The Junior Bible class meets with 'Fred Clark and the adult class with the pastor. The youth, headed by Duke Her- will observe the Lord's Supper at bert Jones, will meet at 3 p.m. Sun- the Sunday morning- service, the (toy afternoon. Rev. E. R. Couch, pastor, has an- The planning nnd developing com- nouncccl. niiUoo will meet at 7 p.m. .Monday Rev. Couch's sermon will be on under the leadership of Dr. W. the Lord's Supper, "Eligibility At Domask. The church council is The Lord's Table." also scheduled to meet at S p.m. At the night service Kev. Couch will speak on "Faith Tried by Fire," In the absence of Wade fouBoso. educational and music director, who is conducting nn nut-of-town revival, Mrs. W. W. Bunting will lend the congregational singing and will direct the choir. Robert Larkins will sing a solo. "Open the'Gates of the Temple," at the morning service. Miss An- niedeen Bateman will be Sunday night's soloist. The Sunday night service will be broadcast over radio station KREL at 8 p.m. -Sunday school will begin nt 9:45 a.m. and Training Union at 6:15 p.m. The nursery is open for all services. Coady Baptist Revival COADY BAPTIST church will have revival services Sunday through April 1 under the direction of the R.ev. O. I>. Henley, Brownwood evangelist. Services will be at 10 rt.m. and at 7:30 p.m. e.tch day. Henlffy was pastor of Second Bftp- tist in Baytown. Monday. There will be a meeting of the Cedar Bayou Methodist Will Have Dr, Cecil Peeples As Guest Speaker ,(T(tr lajjfmuit Star Sunrise Service To Be Presented Mrs. Christine Gardner will ftt There will be two morning services Palm Sunday at Cedar Bayou Methodist. At the 8:30 a.m. service Dr. Cecil Peeples, .president of Lon Morris college, will preach. Mrs. Elza L. Love will be organist, and her program of pipe music will include "Gethsemane" by Stickles, "The Palms" by Faure and "Crown Him. With Many Crowns" -by Elvey. The Junior High choir will sing, "Praise The Lord, O Jerusalem," by Maunder. At the 10:50 a.m. service the R,ev. Elza L. Love will preach, using as his subject,."Jesus Faced Jerusalem." Ewell A. Clarke will be guest organist. He will .play as a prelude "Behold The Lamb Of God" by Handel; as an offertory "My Heart Is Filled With Longing" by Bach", and a"A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" by Luther as a. postlude. The Sanctuary Choir will sing, "O Be Joyful In The Lord" by Korden. Fellowship groups will meet at 0:30 p.m. "Gethsemane Today" is Rev. Love's sermon subject for the 7:30 p.m. service. The Chapel Choir will sing "The Palms" by Faure, as the special music for the service. The Sanctuary choir of the Cedar Bayou Methodist church will present the Easter Cantata, "Olivet To Calvary" by Maunder at 7:30 p.m. Easter. "Olivet To Calvary" recalls simply and reverently the scenes which mark the last few days of the Saviour's life on earth. The rejoicing of the multitude %vith hosannas and palms, the view of Jerusalem, from the steep of Olivet, the lament over the beautiful city, the scene in the Temple, and the lonely walk back over the Mount at night form, the first part of the cantata. Part II opens with the Supper of the Passover, at which Jesus Washes His disciples' feet, and gives to His friends the,new commandment of love for one another as the sign of true discipleship.. From this, the scene passes to the pathos o£ the GaTden of Gethae- jnane, the sudden appearance of the hostile crowd, Jesus forsaken toy His disciples, His utter loneliness among His ruthless foes, the tumult before Pilate in the Judge- ment Hall, the Passage of the Cross, the tragedy and triumph of Calvary. Solo parts will be sung by Mrs. Elza L. Love, Mr. ancT Mrs. D. J. Kitterman, Harvey Hardison and Miss Norine Williams. An octet for two numbers will be formed by Mrs. Kitterman, Miss Williams, Mre. Love, Miss Charlene Williams. Hardison, Gordon Wilson, Kitterman and Charles Wilson. Mrs. Mable Parker will be organist for the cantata and Mrs. James F. Jackson will direct. Special rehearsal for the Sanctuary choir will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The Junior High choir will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. Lrove wiil begin a new class of instruction in church membership at 4:15 p.m. Monday. At 9:30 a.m. Tuesday the Joy circle will meet in Mrs. Ivy Smith's home; Willing Workers with Mrs. Jiles Upton and Faith and Martha circles with Mr«. Albert Nelson. A Chapel choir party is planned for 3:15 p.m. Tuesday. The Methocflst men will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Fellowship hall of the church for their monthly dinner meeting. A. M. Major is chairman of the serving committee. He 'will be' assisted by B. E. Franklin, F. R. O'Neal, J. W, Parker, H. W. Schulte, Jack.Pa'rkin, W. C. Honeycutt, Z, T. Poston, Burt Davison and Frank Hefner. The Rev. Nace Crawford, pastor of First Methodist church in Pas-. adena will be guest speaker. At 5:50 p.m. Tuesday the Junior High choir will have a sandwich supper, followed by a choir rehearsal. The Chance! choir will rehearse at 3:15 p.m. Thursday. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed at the 7:30 p.m. Maundy Thursday service. Music will center around the cross. Hofy City" at Bay lawn's eighth annual Kastcr sunrise sor- viwv.spwrroml by the Bast Harris Council of Christian Jaymcn. The service will begin at 6 u.nii' Easter .Sunday at Memorial stadium. - "' !.'Jhe Rev. Paul Stephens, pastor of Second Baptist church, will present tlie sermon. Others on the program will bof •the Rev. W. Hooper tfoygood, • pastor of St. John's Methodist church; the Kev. W. J. Goodwin, associate pastor of Grace Methodist, and the Kev. Clyde Follz, First Christian church: Kevis McGrew will direct con- gregatioiial singing. Other music, will be lurni.shed by the Bay-town Junior High school band, directed by Elmer Hargis. Rev. Henckell Announces Holy Week Services Paim Sunday will mark the beginning of the observance of Holy Week at Trinity Episcopal church. Services will be conducted through the week. At the & a.m. celebration of the Holy Communion the men of the Parish will make their corporate communion, and it will be followed by a -breakfast. The Rector , the Rev. P. Walter Henckell, will be celebrant with Clarence Timmins as Epistoler. Drew Snyder will be the acolyte. The breakfast will be in the 1 charge of L. A. Wilkie, W. H. Barber. R. W. Pipkin,, T. P. Gorman, John G. Walmsley and N. F. McDonald. The acolytes have been invited as special guests. The Family service at 9:25 a.m. will be conducted by Rev. Henckell assisted by A, B. O'Brien, Lay Reader. Teddy Davis and Charles Terry will be acolytes, with 'John McCulley, Tom Balderach and will be held, in commemoratior of from noon till'3 p.m. Rev. Henckell the institution of. the Lord's Sup- will be assisted fay the Lay B.ead- pcr. . , ers. Meditations on the "Seven On. Good: Friday, the traditional Last Words from the Cross" will Three Hour service'will be held' be given. Highlands Methodists To Have Week Of Special Services A series of evangelistic services for Highlands Methodists will be-, gin on Palm Sunday and will continue through Easter Sunday according to an announcement mad this week, by the Rev. T. P. Hendrick, pastor of the church. : Rev. Kendrick will preach using as the basis of his: messages the seven last words of Jesus. Music will be provided by the adult choir under the direction of Mrs. W. A. Bergfeld, Jr. .• • . . Communion, will be 'served at Carey Dippel as ushers. The Junior the close of the service-on Thurs- choir, with Eleanor -Wilkie at the organ, will sing. Classes for all ages will convene at 9:55 a.m. Mrs. C. R. Cum- roings will teach the Bible class, with R, S. Conly leading the Parents class. The choir, under the direction. o£ George Meason with Dr. D. E. Nicholson at the organ, will sing Faure's "Palm Branches" as the offertory at the 11 a,m. service. D. C. Walsh, Lay Reader, will day. A training class In church membership will be held for boys and girls Tuesday March 27 through Friday March 30 from 4 to 5 p.m. in the recreation rooms of the church. Those attending these classes who desire 1 membership will be received, at the close of the church school hour on Easter Sunday. ,Infants will be presented, for baptism on Palm Sunday. The commission on missions is assist in the service. G. W. Robin- p rese nting to the members of the son and W. D. Seyfried will be — • - ' ushers, with Richard Halter, Steven Dauzat, Robert Hargrave and Norman Hargrave ae acolytes. Mrs. J- W. Stewart and Mrs. B. M. Filbert wiil be hostesses for Coffee Time. Holy Week services will be conducted every day with the exception of Saturday. The Litany will be read at 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Holy Communion will be celebrated" at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Maundy Thursday a candlelight Communion service Highlands Methodist church a study course "South of the Himalayas" in one-hour sessions at 5:30 p.m. Each Sunday in the church recreation room. A 20 to 30 minute period of fellowship and refreshment will follow before the night church sen-ice The first of the study sessions will be presented Sunday. Those attend all sessions and read the text will receive credit. Shepperd Gigson is dean of the school. Presbyterians To Observe Lord's Supper On Palm Sunday Tl Confirmation Services To Be The celebration of the Lord's Supper will be observed on Palm Sunday at,the First Presbyterian church. The service is being held a week earlier than the regular first Sunday of the quarter in order not to conflict with Eajfter services, said Rev. M. E. McPhail, pastor. Palm Sunday will also mark the traditional baptism of infants in this churci. Palm Sunday To Conclude Baptist Revival Sunday Baptist Temple will conclude the revival, which has been in progress for the past week. Rev. C. T. McGwire of Douglas, Tex. has been preaching and Bob Harmon, music director of the Mont Beivicu Baptist church, has been directing the song service. P..CV. McGuirc has announced "The Second Coming of Christ" as his topic for t-he 7:30 p.m. Saturday service, Ha'rmon will sing "The Pearly White City." Sunday school is scheduled at 9:45 a.m. Sunday and the morning service at 10:50 A.m. The evangelist will bring a message on "God's Last Word'' at the morning service. Special music will be a solo by Mrs. W. C. Turner who will sing "The JCinty And T^inc." Training Union will start at fi:30 p.m. and the night service will follow at 7:30 p.m. "Why Spend Another Xight Among the Frogs" .is the message Unit Rev. McGuirc ha s chosen for the final message of the revival. Harmon will sing "When I Get to the End of the Way.' 1 The Rev. Jimmie H. Gray, pus- tor of Baptist Temple, has invited the public to these services. The Woman's Missionary Union will meet at the church at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday for the Royal Service program. Mrs. Fred Hftndley Jr. is the program chairman. Mrs. A. C. Alien will preside over the business session. Luncheon will be served. Mont Belyieu Baptists Plan April Revival A.revival will be held at the First Baptist Church in Mont Bclvievi April 6 through 15. Mrs. T. S. Green, wife of the B:\rtsers Hill Baptist pastor, said Thursday the Rev. A. M. Stone, pastor of the Fair Park Baptist Church in Dallas, will conduct the services, and F. P. Harmon will lead the song services. Time of the weekday morning services April $ through IS, has nof bcf. set. but night services win bo ' 7:SW p.m., following the prayer service al 1 Members of the communicant's class now meeting from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. each Wednesday will join the church on Easter Sunday. The choir will sing the anthem "Jerusalem" by Parker. There will be no regular service Sunday night Instead, members of the church will do visitation work. There will be both fellowship visitation among members and committment visitation by the evangelistic team. St. Paul Lutheran church will have special services this Palm Sunday. Nine young people of the congregation will be received as communicant members by the Rite of Confirmation during the 10:45 a.m. 'service. The candidates for confirmation are Mary Bartck, Ellen Faye Chapman, Carolyn Geyer, John Meekinii. Winston Mettkc, Tnna Miller, Jack Pfennig, Dorothea Dr. Stanley Carter of Houston, superintendent of Houston East district presided .over the fourth, quarterly conference tor the Highlands Methodist church.^ Wednesday night. At this meeting church, officers for the coming year -were named and reports for the current year were received. Grace Plans Palm Sunday Easter Music Palm. Sunday morning: services will begin at 10:45 a^rn. at Grace Methodist church with the pastor, the Rev. M. S. : Jordan,' presenting the sermon, "An Important Decision." Mrs. .Ksith King, organist will play "The Lost Chord" by Sullivan 1 for the prelude and "The Lord's Prayer" by Mallottee for the offertory. The anthem will .be from the cantata, "As Moses Lifted Up the Serpent" by Peters. The church choir will sing-. Wendell Haekins will sing a solo, "The Twenty-third Psalm" by Mal- lottee. Church school will be at 9:35 a.m. for all asres. Youth Fellowship groups will meet at 6 p.m. in the church. The annual Easter cantata entitled. "The Atonement'' by Sydney H. C. Peters will be presented by the church choir at 7 p.m. Sunday. Soloists for the performance will be W. W. Bland, the Rev. W. J. Goodwin, Mrs. Dan Disbrow. Mrs. W. C. Rogers, Mrs. Paul Black and David Davanay. The choir will be under the direction of Mrs. Pa.ul Black, with Mrs. King 1 at the organ. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, in remembrance of Christ's death upon the cross, will be observed at 7:3D p.m. Friday at the church. The public is invited. Bible Study THE FIRST Church of God will direct a. Bible study group at 3 p.m. every Sunday at the Former VFW hall. South Main. The public is invited. The program will start at 6:30 Schulze and Sandra Streich. p.m. at the church with Rev. McPhail showing slides to the group. Both men and women are asked to participate. The Rev. A. M. Hannemann will officiate at the service. His sermon theme is, "Continue in the Truth." The text is recorded in The new pulpit committe. elect- II Timothy 3:14-17. ed at the congregational meeting last Sunday, includes H. F. Hartman, chairman. H. M. Stewart, C. W. Spear, Jack Henderson, C, E. Smith Jr. J. Bryftn Station, W. F. Spear, Mrs. Guy Hensley ana? Mrs. Ralph James. Bible study group will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson, 707 W. James. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Deacons will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday iiv the Pastor's study. Prayer group One will meet at 0:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Fellowship hall. The Men's prayer group will meet at 7 p. m. at 306 E. Pcarce. Prayer Group Two will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Easter ceg hunts scheduled include Mrs. T. E. Bowcn's class at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Mrs. A. R. Marsh's class at 10 a.m. Friday and Mrs. Mike Bower's class at 1 p.m. Friday. The church school will meet at 9:30 a.m. W. G. Mettkc and Mrs. A. A. Hoilc will lead the opening devotions. Classes for all age groups will be conducted. The church's Evangelism Committee, the Fishermen's Club, will meet at 7:00 Tuesday evening. Good Friday night, Holy Communion will be administered. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. JL "Kight Motives Insura Business Progress" KKCT, G50 KG; Sunday 10:00 a.m. FIRST CHURCH CHRIST, "SCIENTIST Service! Survdiy — 1 1 A.M. Sunday School— 9:30 A.M. \Vedntiday M«»ting— 8 P.M. Room Located ml Michigan and Nevad* Street*. Open l:JO to 4:30 P-M. M»nd*.>n - Thursdays - Friday* Wed. Houn 7 to 7:45 SERMON SUBJECTS: You Are Invited To Hear HULEN L JACKSON Preach the Gospel MARCH 13 thru MARCH 25 Services Daily — 10 o.m. - 7 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST South Main and Cleveland Baytown, Texas Saturday evening: "The Preacher Who Was Wrong" Sunday evening: "Ho\v It Pays to .Be a Christiarv"

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