Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 6, 1975 · Page 41
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April 6, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 41

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8-G—IUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Sundoy Morning. April 6,1975 Preschool fT^f^ Board Meeting Set Program Offered Westminster Presbyterian Church at 3321 33rd St. will offer a non-denominational preschool program in the fall for children three and four years old. A two-day program will be conducted from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays. The three-day program will be offered during the same time period on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Holidays will coincide with those observed by the Lubbock Independent School District. Activities will include language arts, creative arts, dramatic play, science and nature, music, numbers fun and physical fitness. Brochures explaining more about the program are available at the church. For more information, or to register a child, interested persons may phone the preschool coordinator, Mrs. Dick Crill, at 795-8478, or Mrs. James Kirkpatrick at 7971673. The church office telephone number is 799-3621. Classes will be limited in size. 'Praise Lord' Activities Scheduled WOLFFORTH (Special) "Let's Just Praise the Lord" will be the theme of a weekend revival scheduled Friday through Sunday at First Baptist Church here.. Dr. David Ray of Abilene, former pastor of Lubbock's First Baptist Church, will be the guest speaker. The Rev. Ron Lowry, minister of music at First Baptist in Lubbock, will direct the music. Services will begin at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Sunday's worship service will be at 51 a.m. A special dedication service for the church's new educational building will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, with an open house slated from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. REV. JIM TURNER Week-Long Revival Set By Baptists The Rev. Jim Turner, pastor of First Baptist Church in Tahoka, will be the evangelist for a week-long revival beginning Monday at University Baptist Church at 10th Street and University Avenue. A native of Ranger, the Rev. Turner was reared in Rising Star. He is a graduate of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene and Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. He has served as a pastor in Tahoka for more than nine years. Conducting the music for revival services will be Danny Pennington, choir director at the host church. Jim Chilton will serve as organist and Mrs. Royce Murphy as pianist during the revival. Monday through Friday the noon services will be with lunch at 11:50 a.m. and Bible study from 12:15 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. Weoknight services will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday services will be at 10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Revival services will be open lo the public, according to the Rev. Clifton Igo, pastor of the church. Nursery services will be available. PEKING RESTAURANT TAIWAN RAILROAD SPECIAL LUNCH SPECIAL Egg rod, horn-fried rice, pork chop suey, ,'...• I. S2.DO and tea ,2107 -5011) TO GO IS WELCOME OptnHnr.-Uiiirs., 11 :QO'2:3Q. 5:0(1-10:00: OpenFii. I Sal.. 11:01-11:00; OneiSui., 11-.00-10:00 747-210). j i A CARRIAGE 9 HOUSE SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY ESPECIAL * COMPLETE FANTAIL SHRIMP 4 DINNERS GOOD OLD TIME PRICES BACK AGAIN — THE CLUB FEATURING — ROD ORMAN'S AND SPECIAL EXOTIC ATTRACTION *JASM1NE* SHOW TIME 9:45 & 11:45 The executive board of Lubbock Baptist Association will meet at 6 p.m. Monday in the W.M. Turner Chapel at the Associational Center at 2601 Salem Ave. A meal will be served at 7 p.m. to the members of the board. At 7:30 p.m. will be a commissioning service for the 35 local ministers and laymen Local Church Hosts Group In Concert The Spirit of America Singers from Wayland Baptist College in Plainview will present a concert at 7 p.m. today at Oakwood Baptist Church at 6002 Ave. U. Dr. O.J. Bryson, chairman of the department of music at Wayland, directs the group. Group members are Gary Wilcox, Alba Wilcox, Marvin Matthews, Teresia Henspn, Keith Longbotham, Amy Frederiksen, Lanny Frederiksen, Judy Sutton, Walter. Wright, Leslie Haberer and 'Carolyn Murphree. Pop, religious and patriotic music is sung by the group, which uses guitars, piano, electric guitar, bass, trumpet, flute and percussion in its presentations. who are to leave April 14 for Minnesota to conduct simultaneous revivals in that state. Lubbock Baptist Association is sponsoring the revival series. Delivering the message will be the Rev. Don Worthington, pastor of the South Indiana Avenue Baptist Mission. Others on the program will be the Rev. Vernon Gee, minister of education at Trinity Baptist; the -Rev. Kenneth Staton, minister of education at Highland Baptist; the Rev. Gayle Bowen, minister of education and music at Bacon Heights Baptist; Charles Roberson, adult coordinator at First Baptist; and Raymond King. Money Seminar Planned DR. JOHN P. BAKER 'Witnessing' Slated Dr. John P. Baker, executive secretary of the Northern Plains Baptist Convention, will direct a "Witness Involvement Now" School in personal evangelism today through Thursday at Trinity Baptist Church at 2707 34th St. The WIN School is a training program used by pasitors and church leaders to train members to witness daily. Actual witnessing experiences will be a part of the training period. Another purpose of the school is to relate converts to the church. Dr. Baker served as a pastor at Trinity Baptist Church from its beginning in 1949 until 1955. He has served in mission churches in Colorado and was executive secretary of the Southern Baptist churches in Colorado. To serve as a leader in WIN Schools, Dr. Baker received special training in the division of evangelism of the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. The school will begin at 5:45 p.m. today. Sessions will start at 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. AH persons interested in witness training may attend the sessions. "Doctrinal Emphasis Week" begins today at Highland Baptist Church. The Rev. Richard D. Waters, pastor, will lead adults in a study of Dr. James L. Sullivan's book, "Rope of Sand with Strength of Steel." Junior high through college age youth will study "I Believe Truths That Make a Difference." Mrs. Benny Blythe will direct this group. Grades 4-6 will study "Gelling Along With Others," and grades 1-3 will study "Friends Are Important." Preschoolers 4-5 years old will have lessons on "Discovering Sounds." Younger preschoolers will study "Good Food to Eat." Studies will be conducted . from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. today, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday and 7:40 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. CHOPPED SIRLOIN BROOKSniRG Planning a Convention or Sates Meeting, Rehearsal Dinner, Wedding Reception Or Just a Weekend of Relaxation? ...Let us help. Convention & Banquet Sales Located in Lobby Phone 797-3241 COFFEE SHOP OPEN 24 HOURS s ATMOSPHERE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE, AND WE TAKE PAINS TO ASSURE THAT MEALS ARE PLEASANT, SOCIAL OCCASIONS...SPECIALIZING JM STEAKS AND SEAFOOD! INDIANA AVE. AND LOOP 289 FOR 2 PERFORMANCES ONLY 'Scheherazade' BELLY DANCING will be performing 18:45 and 10:45 .. Mar. 28 & 29 j and April 4 and 5 Now Featuring... TINA CHRISTINE SHOW K» QUESTOR • COVER CHARGE • OPEN S PM - 2 AM '• DANCING STARTS 9:00 PM •A MA * HAPPY HOUR 5:00-6:30 prn •Ml. (ALL DRINKS V, PRICE) A money management seminar will be conducted Monday through Wednesday at Westminster Presbyterian Church under the direction of the Rev. William Render, director of- the United Presbyterian Foundation, Synod of the Sun. From 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday a deferred gift seminar will be held in the sanctuary. This seminar is designed_to acquaint prospec- Video Course Students Beat Counterparts STANFORD," Calif. (UPI) — Taking advanced videotape courses in engineering may be more effective than actually attending classes, judging from a Stanford program of graduate study. The engineers, taking the course 100 miles from campus with the help of a local tutor, had an average grade point of 3.8 out of a possible 4. Full- time students attending classes on campus averaged 3.5. The results were especially surprising to educators because qualifications of many of the videotape students would not qualify them for admission to Stanford. tive donors with charitable remainder trust as a convenient method to assure a continuing income, make a gift to the church and take advantage of tax credits. The family money management seminar will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the sanctuary. The objective of the course is to enable young marrieds to develop'a Christian interest in the management'of their finances, to stimulate interest in personal planning and to indicate a route by which they can. avoid the entrapment of credit card economy. The sessions will be open to the public. A nursery will be provided. Choir Presents Musical The Oakwood United Methodist Church choir will present the musical "Let Us Pray," by Dr. Don Gillis, at the evening service at 6 p.m. today. The musical focuses on prayer and its many facets, utilizing drama, staging, lighting, multi-media slides, audio-tape, solos by choir members, narration and a creative dance interpretation. Dr. Cecil Bolton, organist and director of music at the church, will direct the musical. Soloists will be Susan Piersall, Betty Baker, Nora Wong, Helen Weaver, Judy Parsons, Chi Chi Wong, Gloria Alcala, Harold Dutton, Lanny Wheeler and Thomas McCuire. H.A. Sandford and Gary Cotton will be narrators, Jana Corley will be creative interpreter and Charlotte Potts and Tina Negley will be actors. Robert Clarke will play the vibraphone, and Stanley Wood will be in charge of staging. •The musical will be open to the public, according to Dr. Lyman P. Wood, pastor. The church is located at 2215 58th St. 'Doctrinal Emphasis 9 Set Cell or write for Downtown, 763 795-5521 EDDY NICHOLSON PRESENTS 3RD ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF H a v European Adventure with UTUE JIMMY HENLEY STEVE SLOAN itinerary and brochure 1901 South Plain* Mall LUBBOCK MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM th APRIL 6-20 c BIRTHDAY CAKE When you have your birthday dinner with us. 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