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Canadian ex-legislator to teach Trinity Bible class ByATHIAHARDT An Episcopal minister who led a Canadian Methodist Bible class from a membership of six to more than 3,000 during the 1920s and 1930s will teach a Bible class at Trinity Cathedral next fall. The Rev. Denton Massey, 70, who was ordained only 10 years ago, also will preach the 10 a.m. sermon every Sunday this month at the cathedral, 114 W. Roosevelt. Mr. Massey, a former businessman and politician in Canada, explains the phenomenal growth of the young men's class he taught for 16 years with a simile — "Like Topsy, it just grew." And h v ' adds, with a smile, "I always took exception to people who said it was the largest class in the world. The largest Bible class in the world consisted of 12 men, one of whom ratted. "Numbers are not an indication of what you are doing." A member of a well-known Canadian family (first cousins include the late Canadian Gov. Gen. Vincet Massey and actor Raymond Massey), Mr. Massey gained a large following when his class was broadcast over radio. He was a member of the Canadian parliament 14 years and served as campaign director and main speaker for the Conservative Party. He entered politics because "1 didn't think the government was doing anything in the way of welfare." His family background had been "solid, conservative, staunch Methodists" and, when Mr. Massey returned from college (MIT) in 1924, he agreed to teach a Bible Rev. Denton Massey class of six one Sunday. He stayed on at his students' request. Now, 28 years after the class was torn apart by World War II, Mr. Massey still encounters people "who come in and say, 'I heard you.' " He says, with obvious satis- ractkm, "It still lives on" at the Methodist church. He de- aided the Church of England (Angelican in Canada, Episcopal in the United States) was more "beneficial" to him, and he was confirmed in England in 1943. Seventeen years later, after seven years in the air force and careers in various business fields (he sold the first privately owned nuclear research reactor to an Ohio institute), Mr. Massey's longtime interest in the ministry was revived. A friend, the bishop of Luxton, told him he could be ordained without attending classes if he passed the tests. Catholic Conference plans attack on poverty causes WASHINGTON - A campaign to attack the root cause of poverty in America, which its sponsors hope will do more than just procure funds, will be conducted this fall by the United 1 States Catholic Conference. John Cardinal Dearden of Detroit, president of the USCC, announced in a letter sent to all Catholic bishops that plans are under way for a fund-raising and educational campaign. The bishops approved the campaign at their semiannual meeting last fall. Joseph B. McSweeny, of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, will serve as development director, while the Most Rev. Michael R. Dempsey, auxiliary bishop of Chicago, will serve as campaign director. Bishop Dempsey said the campaign "will try to attack the attitudes and myths that perpetuate poverty generation after generation." The campaign's "educational dimension should bring a new appreciation of the problems of poor Americans to young and old alike," he added. "The Catholic Church in America has always dedicated itself to the needs of the poor," Bishop Dempsey said. "The enlightenment of our times, however, >has brought home to us the fact that we must do more. The hope and longing in the hearts of the impoverished everywhere calls for helping them to help themselves. "The poor in America need much more than alms. They need self - respect. They need the door of opportunity to open equally for them. They need, not cast - off housing and inferior education, but the quality housing and education that is available for all America." He added that the Catholic Church "has great hope of raising a considerable amount of money during the campaign," which it will "invest in people and their development." Cardinal Dearden has asked each bishop throughout the country to appoint a diocesan director to coordinate the campaign in the local diocese. Regional meetings for the diocesan directors will be held in six locations early in October. "I think he knew I could find Genesis in the Bible without looking it up in the index," he wtplained. Passing the tests after his years as a Bible class teacher was "no problem," he said. Mr. Massey came to Phoenix last fall on his doctor's recommendation and decided to stay: He loves the heat, was nearing retirement age and was offered the opportunity to work in the church. "I've always sworn I would never retire from something; I would retire to something," he says. He considers preparation of his sermon as important and as enjoyable as delivering it. "You don't say 'Come and hear our choir; come and see our church'," he says. "You say, 'Come and hear our preacher.' " Mr. Massey said he keeps politics out of his sermons. "There are other forums for preaching about social evils," he explained. "Don't .forget this; it's important: Jesus never said a single word about the greatest evil of his day, slavery. But he FIRST FREE METHODIST end Light and Life Day School 4002 N. 18th Ave. Phone M4-41M Rev. S. L. Youne, Minister Rev. Del Semen, Youth Minister Sunday Scnoal »i» A.M. 10:45 A.M. Morning Worship 7 P.M. Evangelistic Service Retister Your Children Now In Our Kindertarten and Elementary School Worship In Refrigerated Cemtert preached a gospel that "made slavery Impossible." He adds that he tries to talk about "things which work on Monday as well as Sunday; something they can take out the doorway and hold onto the rest of the week." His experience as a speaker helps him to sense the mood and reception of his audience, he said, explaining that he follows the premise that "if 44th STREET CHURCH o. GOD 70V North 44th StiMt 275.9293 THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Congregational-Christian Evangelical-Reformed THIRTEEN VALLEY CONGREGATIONS INVITE YOU TO WORSHIP t FELLOWSHIP WITH THEM. Consult "The Yellow Pates" Per The Location* (ft Time* of Worship) Or Call: The Rev. Htnry Cylbcfttaii Southwest Conference Minister 279-3593 PEOPLES CHURCH Worship with m in our bemitttiri new round church 1114 N. 70th Street <V4 mk. S. et Osborn) Scottsdale Bible School 9:45 A.M. Worship 10:65 A.M. Youth Service 6:00 P.M. Sunday Evening.... 7:30 P.M. Wed. Jubilee 7:30 P.M. Fri. Morn. Preyer... 10:00 AM. HARMONY MAKERS Music to Thrill You Singing to Blest You Rev. David O. Green, Pastor A MISSIONARY CHURCH WITH A WORLD VISION EMMAUS BIBLE GHURGH i Htejh SehoeJ 02ml St. N. af McDonald Scettselalej 9:40 A.M. Bible Fellowship ell eges Adult Clest Consideration "PARTAKERS OF CHRIST" 7:30 P.M. Sincj Tim* with Stan Cook and] • Hole Message •iblt classes during fho wctk Phone SECOND BAPTIST ^ IHURCH ft Bethany Home Rd. Robert D. Winne, Paster Norm* Heater, Youth Pastor Sunday School—9:30 A.M. Worship Service—10:45 A.M. Evening Service—7:00 P.M. 10:45 A.M. 60V. JACK WILLIAMS Guest Speaker 7 P.M. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Closlne Proeram The Nursery It Open lor All Service* »:« A.M Sunday School 10:50 A M Rev. LARRY PHARR, Guest Speaker 7PM Rev. LARRY PHARR Hurschel Dime VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY 7:30-r:00 (FOR TEN WEEKS) Hurschel L. Dime, Paster Attended Nursery et All Service* Donne Stephens Junior Director SUNDAY SERVICE ,/ *:» A.M.-Sunaay School /1«:N A.M'-MomIng WertMp / 4:15 P.M.—Younfl People J 7:10 P.M.-Evening Wer*M» / 7i». PUvi-Wednetday A Church That Cares About You ft Your Problems Bible Fellowship Church "The Church with en outreach" 3535 & MCDOWELL A SPIRITUAL AND FRIENDLY CHURCH Judy Clements Edmonds, Pastor / We Believe In: / Heaven ft Hell J Blood of Christ J Beinfl "Born Again" / Divine Healing Radio KHiP 4:304:45 A.M. Deity RELIGIOUS SCIENCE CHURCH SAGEMUSH THEATRE 134 W. 2nd St., ScoHsdale 11:00 A.M. Devotional Service Dorothy Munsey P.O. Box 359, Scotts-ale, Arii. •5252 Phono 962-0910 MESA Woman's Club 200 N. Macdonald Thurs. 10 A.M., Sun. 7 P.M. MINISTERS LOLA PAULINE MAYS CECIL I. MAYS SIIBB^^ PHOENIX CALVARY TEMPLE 4430 N. CENTRAL AVI. NON-DENOMINATIONAL V. E. Shore*, Palter ... Phil Snores, Associate • 7:30 A.M. Tune In Radio KNIP. 12M ICC. 101 .J MC • t:4S A.M. Bible Classes for All AM* "We believe the Bible to be MM Inspired Word of Cod, the Infallible rule for Faith end Practice" V. I. Shorn • 11:00 A.M. The Hour of Worship ... Pastor Shores' Message 7 "HE HOLDS YOUR FUTURE IN HIS HANDS" e 4:00 P.M. The Hour of Youth (Calvary Ambassadors) • 7:00 P. M. The Hour of Revival . .. Pastor'* Message "THINGS WE KNOW" A Baby Lend PrevMed Per Your Convenience -•••M Scottsdale Baptist 2424 N. 71st ST. 945-8849 KEN STEPHENS/PASTOR CONSERVATIVE N 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL ADULT SEMINARS 11:00 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 6:00 P.M. TRAINING HOUR 7:00 P.M. EVENING SERVICE — NURSERY PROVIDED — BRIGADE BOYS PIONEER GIRLSj "YE SHALL KNOW THI TRUTH" In Cile* —ChejnMl 3 — 10:10 A.M. APACHE JUNCTION *ve WfWM JMf9*> J. L. Te«My, Mintcter BiMe stedy t.-ej AJM. Worship 1*i4l A.M. * • FOUL W*dnasee» nil PJ*. The Heart To Neart Hour Chapel 3200 N. 7th St. of Nowtr r Dr. Arnold Hicko!c, Pastor - Rev. Dick Conner. Min. of Youth Pastor Hickok speaks on today's needs. 10:4$ A.M. "CHRISTIAN fPUCATION ANP TH| CHURCH" 7 P.M. "A SPIRITUAL VACUUM. IKFORi THE RAPTURE" What does the Bible say will precede the second coming? 4 P.M. Daily Hfca.i to Hb<ut Hour KHEP. CAMELBACK MIS I. CiMiUmk •We Scbeei f:» AJ*V wonhto 10:« eXM. StM. Ive. Weak* «iM PJft. Wodendoy 7>W P-A. CHANDLER 441 N. AhM SrtMl Re«4 Reyce Merlin, Mlnider WenMp lOiM AJsV ft im PJM. BiW* MMi fin AM. i» PJ*V NORTHWEST 7*54 N. It* AVMNW Worship 10:40 A.M. ft 4:00 P.M. W. D. Hunt Jr., Minister Bible Study t:4| A.M. Wednesday 7:M P.M. SOUTHWEST 3*rh Av*. t llMMMo) TED CLINE, MMster Bible Study f:4S AJM. Worship l«:40 A.M. 4 *:oo P.M. Wednesday 7:»e SOUTHERN AVENUE 901 I (nh oe» Iweeee CerdleMi, Sunday: liMe Study t:N EASTSIDE 1001 I. NitlM Edwin White, Minister Bibl* Seta* * SUNLAND ittb Avu. * leydj t. iraXB Bkkat ClMMB fill 4UH, ft GOODYEAR tOMA UNDA «M U JOIU Reeerl Heed jr., BIMf ftvdv I:«J AJM. Worship 10:41 A.M. ft CM PJkl, W*d. gve. 7:M P.M. TEMPE-Broadwiy 707 I. lr««4wov ••Me Sl»dy-»i» WonWf l«:M A.M. ft »!•) P.M. WeotaHdjy MI "HERALD OF TRUTH" you find y o tt r s e I f finished halfway through yoiir sermon, you quit." Sun. 1(1:16 P.M. KTAR m K.C On MMid«x t A M Cl..»'»tl • Fundamental 0) Missionary Service* Sunday Sen-eJ 9:45 A.M. Worship 1<MS A.M. Be* Wership 7:00 P.M. "It Doe* Make e Difference What You Paster Believe" i II laranatlia 3105 N. 12th St. 266-7867 Jamet Patterson, Minister Sunday School ......9:30 a.m. Morning Worship ... 10:45 a.m. Evening Service .... .7:00 p.m. A IIILE CHURCH Per The What* Family Evongtltotte We Seek to Uphold the Dignity el Christ's Institution, the Church. The Services are God-Centered, Empha- sliing Solid Biblical Preechinf. CHRISTIAN DISCIPLES OF CHRIST CREIGHTON 1131 I. Theme* Rd. Dr. DonaM M. Salmon, Interim Min. Church School • A.M. Worship 10:3* AJM. PHOENIX CENTRAL W* II E. Roenoke St. J7>-»»1 Church School 1:45 A.M. Worship it A.M. CAMPBELL AVE. Sill W. Campbell M5-4771 O. Everett Piggs, Minister Church School » A.M. Worship 10 A.M. GLENDALE «141 N. 1Mb Ave. ttt-USf Theedere Cord, Minuter Church School »:30 A.M. Worship 1:30 and 10:45 A.M. INGLESIDE 3145 N. 44th St. «5*-4741 Don CherJee, Minister Thursday » A.M. Church School Worship »:30 AM. MESA O. T. Pester, MMifttor Church School » A.M. Worship 10 A.M. SCOTTSDALE 7405 I. McDoneM Dr. DeiuM C. Janes, Minister Church Schoel 10:00 AJM. Worship t A.M. TEMPE 1700 El Camino N7-I3M John J. Walker, Minister Church School 1:30 A.M. Worship f:45 A.M. Affiliated With THE ARIZONA CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY 265-0531 Why take drugs? Many today are trying drugs as a means to find reality and fulfillment. But they are being cruelly disappointed. In the Christian Science Sunday School, young people find true fulfillment through a new and deeper understanding of God and their relationship to Him. They learn of the joyous spiritual reality that is already their God-given right to know and experience. We'd be glad to welcome your teen-ager to our Sunday School this week. CHRfSTUNSaENICI SUNDAYSCHOOL first Foursquare Church of Phoenix 1206 N. Laurel 253-4859 Pastor ttv. J. W. CARMAIN 9:45 A.M. Sundov School 11 A.M. "THE I WILL'S OF JESUS" 7:00 P.M. CAMP ECHOES Featuring Crusaders Youth Drama Club The Friendly Church of Phoenix BILTMORE BIBLE CHURCH •55-1141 3330 C. Comeback ! Complete liblkal Ministry ; 9:4$ A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 7 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M. Wed. Eve. lible Study , In look af Revelation. S Nursery with Qualified > 3 Attendants at All Service* J Wm. L. Whitlow, Peifor I "••••••••••••••••••••f EVANGELICAL FIRST FREE CHURCH FAITH 1151 6. Southern • Tamee 498 West Missouri Paster D.R. Leandar—17M011 »:4S Sunday School Pastor L. D. Manlove •M-M1S Sunday* MM I a.m.-? p.m. wed., 7 P.M. Family Nlt« 11 A.M. "STRUGGLE, DELIVERANCE and TRIUMPH" DESERT HILLS Merry Go Round Nursery West Larkspur at Mm Drive Pastor A. D, Ztttrft*, flMIN 7 P.M. "WHO ARE YOU" wed. 7:M P.m. Pamny Might Good News Club Pioneer OlrU Christian Service Brigade Sunday* »:45-ll a.m.-7:W p.m Wed. 7 p.m.-BiMe Study, Prayer The Arizona Republic S5 SFlMCTjt, Sat.. Aqg. 15,1970 9:30 and 11:00 MORNING WORSHIP — PHONE 946-9441 "A MOST UNPOPULAR COMMAND" Sunday School 9:30 — Classes — Nursery thru AduHs I 1:00 — Nursery and Junior Church NIQUEOUTDOOR G DRI MttI.Mc0.r»l«Dri*.,S.»m4.j* 1946V9441 fef Jnfotrtiotian 34 boot* .ML Lutherans AMERICAN EV. IS* W. <Jlenre*a PH. _ Rev. Idmond Kreeeer SUNDAY »:oo A.M. — s.s. «:is Wednesday, 7:3t P.M. Day Care Center*; Daiff Kindergarten end Grede*> 1, t end ) AUGUSTAN! HM W. 14W» St. I Heron r» SdtivflTip PfffrW Adett Penrm f A.M. Werthhv lervice II AJ* BETHEL Sunday SchoM ft Adult Classes, f:« Worship 1:30 A it A.M. BETHLEHEM (MO.) J7MU1 Mil E. Portland St. W-MI7 •.overt W. SchalMr, Pastor Sunder School MS CHRIST (Me.) Attend the church of your choice INDIAN RENIft Ervin Duncan, Minister InUIAIi DCRU Bible School »:M A.M. Wor. 10:30; Youth 4:30 P.M. Moheve School Cafetorium Granite Reef ft Jackrabbit Road GLEHDALE Roier Gibson, Minister Bible Study 1:30 A.M. Worship »:30 A.M. GLENDALE WOMAN'S CLUB BLDG., Mth AVE. ft GLEN DRIVE 11:00 A.M. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIINTIST 924 N. It* Street Phoenix 11:00 A.M. SfCOND CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 260 Wet* Bethany Home Rd. SUNNYSLOPE CHRISTIAN CHURCH D(an S. r »W W. Peoria Ave. Ph. I434U3 Bible School »:» A.M., Wor. 10:30 ft 7:30 P.M., Youth «:30 P.M. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN Mesa Bible School t:SO North Hobson at 3rd St. Children's kvrvlc* 11 A.M. Charles E. Cook, Minister Worship 1:40 ft 11 Firct rirSl Bible School »:JS a.m. 17M s - DorMy ' E. Porter Estes, Minister Worship I:JO ft 10:4$ a.m. Youth «:00 p.m. MARYVALE CHRISTIAN iin W. Indian School _.._. . Lowell Megorden, Minister Bible School * A.M. Worship 10:15 Gospel Hour «:30 MOUHTAIH VIEW »27 B . Campbell-?5S.f«4 Hubert Burris, Minister; Hobart Scrogum, Min. of Education ft Youth Sunday School »:4S A.M. —Worship 10:45 and 7 P.M. and Young People I P.M. 10:45 A.M. "BROKEN PROMISES" 7 P.M. "MAN'S SECURITY BLANKET" SCOTTSDALE CHRISTIAN Dee Shaffer, Minister, 7T34 E. Oak Bible School t A.M.— Worship 10:10— Vespers « P.M. Youth & Adult Studies 7 P.M. FIR^T ftURKTIAII i750 N - 7lh *»••— **w* rino i vnnia i IAN or. wm. s. BO-™, Minister Bible School 8:30, 9:45 end 11:00 e.m. • A.M. "THE RICH MAN and LAZARUS," Mr. Hosteller 1:45 and 11 A.M. "THE CRISIS AND THE CHRIST," Dr. Bole* 1st Christian Is Faithful to the Word, Famous for the Gospel, Relevant to life, and Progressive in Fail* FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST m**** N. "A Downtown Church With a Down to Earth Message" Bible School »:30 a.m. Arthur Harrington, Minister 10:30 A.M. "PROBLEMS OF PERCEPTION" 7 P.M. "ONE THING LACKING" NORTHWEST CHRISTIAH f A.M. Bible School-Worship 10:is_Youth « P.M. Gospel Hour 7 P.M. JAMES VAN WORMER, Minister ARIZONA BAPTIST-CONSERVATIVE Dr. Claud* F. Moffltt Executive Secretary AM 4-2191 1813 E. Thomas Rd. Phoenix, Arizona Convention Office. m — Palmeroft Baptist "A BIBLE CHURCH" 1529 W. McDowell Ph. 252-4828 G. Ross Laidlaw, Pastor Robert Ellingar Benny Rhode* Dir. c. E. Musical Director 0:30 I 11 A.M. "PAUL AND THE CHURCH UNION" SUNDAY SCHOOL f M A.M. 7:15 P.M. "HALP THE TRUTH" WEDNESDAY 7:11 P.M. Bible Study Prayer Brigade Boy's Club Pioneer Girl's Club Bible Baptist Church -. A Conservative Baptist Church ... Not Affiliated With National Council of Churches ' Sunday School .»i« A.M. Four Children Churches end » Nurseries for crib babies and toddler*. 10:55 A.M. . "CONSTANT COMMUNION" 7 P.M. "IN TRUST WITH THE GOSPEL" Wed. 7:15 P.M. Mid-Week Service Pioneer Girls and Boy* Brigade SHERWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 5404 E. Virginia tSt-4740 "The Friendly Church, With a Bible Cantered Ministry" Sunday School »:45, Morn. Worship 11 Wed. Eve. 7 P.M. Sun. Eve. 7 PJVL (Nursery for All Service*) Rev. J. Edward Henin«, Pastor SUNNYSLOPI IAPTIST 1020} cave Creek Rd., Wl WHO Oeorw Pennei, Pester Classes fer deaf et ell service* WEST HIGH BAPTIST 3301 N. Ifrh Ave). AM 1-4817 Weiley A. Darby, Paster 3Srh AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH MM N. Hth Av*. Joh» Fester, Patter $.S.-»:3i, werthhHl, CvenMte>7:0o PARAOISI VAUIV 11013 N7MM St. iurdett Ml fpSa 1 ,? 11 " 8 ***-' Mwiner ft ? PJN, We/'riM BETHEL •• ' "* i l % r - Franklin W. Wiley, Interim Paster »•»• P»vM Andeiwt Yewih Director Jam** Fulton, Music Director 20th above Indian School - "Refrigerated fer your comfort" Mi A.M. Sunday School) 7:00 P.M. Prayer Meeting »„ A.M. "THE CHRISTIANS' ARMOR" 7 P.M. "GOD'S SUPER HIGHWAY" Paul E. Thonu>teir~ 27M W. Maryland Ph WS9JI4 Sunday School *:45 • Wor. II A 7. Wed. Eve. 7PM Famllv I' _.M. "DOBS GOO ANSWER PRAYERS?" """ y __ _ « P.M. "HOW TO PRAY BXPENTANTLY" AMBASSADOR HEIGHTS Rtv GLENDALE n BAPTIST Dr. C. I. TUCKER, Pastor Rev. K. H. wacoxsoN, D.f. C. t • Nursery Provided at All Service* Sunday School »:4S A.M. Worship 11 A.M. «nd 7 P.M. 11:00 A.M. "BLIND TO HIS DIVINE GLORY" K«v. Clifford 6e»« /.W f M. MoVeT Indian School Rd. William C. Pebler, Pastor Sunday School *:45 A.M. Worship 0:13 and 11 A.M. CONCORDIA 4M1 W. Indian School Rd. API-MI* Edward J. Velkmenn, Paster Kenneth Lltlestrand, Asso. Pastor Divine Worship « and 10:30 A.M. Sunday School *:1S A.M. Church £ Master (M..) 13rd Ave. and Cactus (0 Ave.) John P. Kuntz, Paster Wl S-HfS S.S. » a.m. Wor. 7:45 ft 10:30 a.m. Christ The Redeemer (Me.) Future SIM: 4Jrd Ave. ft Dunlap Now meeting: 0710 N. lift Ave. S.S. »:15 a.m. Worship 0:11 a.m. J. F. Pope, Pester I344ISS FAITH SSI K. Camelback Rd. AMS-M*4 Charles H. Ruby, Patter Summer Schedule: Worship »:» A.M. GLENDALE ST. JOHN'S 7J03 N. 51*1 Av*. *J7-17M Paul J. Halvorson, Paster Worship *:30 A.M. - Nursery Men. Night 7:30 P.M. Worship GLORIA DEI 'WnrisT (Mth It.) Jame* D. Lundeen, Pastor, fSS-71M Worship 10:10 e.m. ISBAPB 11M "• 3rd "• URAUfi AU 0-37*7 C. L. Strubel, Paster H. C. Lindsay, Emerttw Worship 1:15 and *:30 A.M. Nursery Provided HOPE A.L.C. 4400 South Central 274-01*1 Roy K. Maide, Pastor Worship 9 A.M. — S. S. 10:05 A.M. Wed. Worship 7:30 P.M. KING OF KINGS -c, 13rd Ave. ft Rose Lane f3t-j443 R. A. Schinnerer, Pastor Sunday School »:» A.M. Worship I & 11 A.M. Mesa St. Peter <ALO 1047 East Mahoney Ave. 0444*50 Rev. R. E. Johnson, H. I. Petersen Sunday School «:45 A.M. Worship 0:30 A 11 A.M. MESSIAH 2*41 W. Camelbaek Rd. CR 4-4712 Theodore L. Mendenhall, Paster Sunday School: MS a.m. Worship: 10:00 a.m. MOUNT OF OLIVES 3546 East Thome* Road Theodore C. Johns, Pastor Worship 1:30 ft 11 A.M. S.S. ft Adult Forum *:4S A.M. (Mo.) ML CALVARY 510S Worth 7th Ave. U3-0401 Rev. Eugene Beyer, Paster Sunday School »:30 A.M. Worship •:» end »:4f A.M. OUR SAVIOUR'S 1212 E. Glendal* Ave. V434437 John N. Peterson, Pester Sunday School *:0e A.M. Worship 10 A.M. Wed. Vespers 7:30 P.M. PEACE Missouri Synod 1041 S. 7th Avenue 174-5071 K. J. Kllllan, Pastor S.S. t A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. PRINCE OF PEACE 3*41 North Mth St. V45-TS37 Philip A. Gantsel, Paster Howard Wenne*, Pastor S.S. ft Worship 1:30 ft 10:3* A.M. V DADARICE < MO) $t - Mirk rAIIAUIaa.3030 E.ThuneerMrd VALLEY tn-lftO Loel G, Haak, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Church Wenhip S:30 ST, PAUL <30l W. Indian School Rd. *3*-102f Rev. CARL G. M. STEINSR Pester Sunday School »:30 Worship I ft I0:4i TRINITY 1424 N. 7th Ave. MI-4MI Marvin D. Moon Jr,- Pallor Worship f A.M. Sunday School 10 A.M. Shepherd £. Valley 15th Ave. end Maryland MIX Pastor Dick E. Hamlln Worship f 10* end 11 A.M, Sunday School t:00 A.M. ScoHsdale Ascension 7100 North Meckineblrd Lane Cowed Braalan, Pester John Halvenen, Vicer Nursery Provided . Warship if A.M. School 9 A J*V> Abidlif levKw Worship |:30-»:4I an* II A Sund*v School »:4| ««d n SCOTTSDALE Scottsdalo Bethany 4MO N. (tee) f trp*t tir mf W*rs)ilj> 1:3* ft II CJM. . Sunday tckeel f:«• SCOTTSDALE "Mr Hoyden Rd. N. if Thomw | Worship |:10 ft 11 A.M. Suo4*y «ch«g) I:4J WESTOWN jiuAv«.ftct*«o Otlice: M2-5I11 - Home: *42-j|tt RuiS*l A. Btflni, " • « rn •*. m

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