The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 31, 1956 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Saturday, March 31, 1956
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y56 Liberia Missionary To Speak At Crosby Assembly Of God Anna B. Slaf.iholt, mission- ury to Liberia, West Africa, for over 17 years, will be guest speaker at the morning and night services Easier Sunday at Crosby Assembly of God church. The Rev. T. J. ICinarcl, pastor of the church, announced the guest speaker and has invited the public to attend the services. Mtss Stafsholt, who is under appointment of the Foreign Missions department of the Assemblies of God, headquarters in Springfield. Mo., will tell of her experiences as a teacher in Liberia. Miss Stafsholt first went, to the mbssion field in 1U3S. She was .stationed in the interior of the country at the boys elementary and Bible school at Feloka. In the early years of her mission there were no roads into the interior, and she says that she traveled many milc.s by hammock Uirough swamps and over deep rivers. Since 1950, Miss Staffiholt has been stationed in Monrovia, where she served as principal of the two Assemblies of God day schools. Before going into the mission work, Miss Stafsholt was an instructor at the Southern Bible school at Houston. She was also engaged in evangelistic work. While in the states on her first furlough she served on the faculty of Uie Southern California Bible college at Pasadena. There's More Than One Had This Idea — WOODSTOCK, 111. —UP— Paul Kleven admitted to Judge Henry Cowiin Saturday that he retouched his 1954 license plates to make them look like this years. ATTEND SERVICES AT STEWART HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 311 EAST HOMAN ST. 9:00 A.M.—Men's Prayer Meeting 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School I !:00 A.M.—Worship Sermon: "THE RESURRECTION CREDIBLE" 5:30 P.M.—Family Prayer Meeting 6:15 P.M.—Training Union 7:30 P.M.—Evening Worship Sermon — "THE CHURCH THAT STANDS" YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO WORSHIP WITH US - NURSERIES ARE OPEN AT ALL SERVICES CLIFTON, SMITH, Pasior St. John's Methodist Church 501 Alexander Drive il Highway 146) Schedule of 8:30 A.M.—Morning Worship 9:45 A.M.—Church School I 1:00 A.M.—Morning Worship 7:30 P.M.,—Evening Worship A Warm Welcome Awaits. All Who Will Worship With Us W. H. Hayigood, Pastor Easter Sermon, Cantata To Be At St. Mark's ANNA B. STAFSHOLT Lutherans To Sponsor Early Service "The Observer's Response to the Easter Fact" will be the theme of the Rev. E. F. Lange's sermon at the 6 a.m. sunrise service at the Decker Drive-In Theater Easter morning. Rev: Lange is the minister of the'Bay town Redeemer Lutheran church. Grace Lutheran church of Channelvicw and Redeemer Lutheran church of Baytown are sponsoring the drive-in Easter service. The service, in addition to the sermon, will feature Easter hymns by singers from the several congregations, readings from the Bible and prayer by the Rev. R. Torgler of the Channel view church. The sermon, scripture readings, prayers and music will be carried over the theater sound system to all automobiles and will also be broadcast over radio station KRCT. "The' service will be held rain or shine 1 ' said Rev. Lange in. announcing this service. Rev. Lange Tells Easter Schedule For Lutherans "Easter Comes With a Fact and a Promise" is the sermon topic for Redeemer Lutheran church at the 10:45 a.m. Easter Sunday service, the Rev. E. F. Lange, minister of the church, has announced. A choral number. "Angel's Roil the Rock Away" by Hc-'ey Willan. will be presented by the Junior choir, with Mrs. C. Broderson at the organ. L. L. Decn will head the staff of ushers. Sunday school and Bible classes will meet at S):30 a.m. with Ben Deverux in charge of the devotional program. Fred Clark will meet with the junior Bible class and Rev. Lange will lead the adult Bible class. Easter Sunday at St. Mark's Methodist church will be observed with the Rev. Wayne H. McCleskey, pastor, discussing "Jesus' Teaching on Eternal Life" at the 8:45 a.m. and 10:55 a.m. services and with the presentation of an Easter cantata at the 7 p.m. service. In . the 8:45 a.m. service, the Wesley choir will open the program by singing the anthem, "One Early Easter M o r n i n g" by Maryott. The offertory by the choir will be' "He Lives, The King" by Holton. The second morning service will begin with the Chancel choir singing the anthem "One Early Easter Morning." The offertory by the choir will be "They Have Taken Away My Lord" by Stainer. Miss Sue Bell will be soloist at both services and will sing "In the End of the Babbeth" by Speaks. The choirs will be under the direction of H. Bruce Day, with Mrs. C. R. Martin as the organist. , "Love Triumphant" by Florence Morse Kingsley, an hour long cantata of the story of the first Easter, will be presented at 7 p.m. Sunday at the church by the Chancel choir. The reader will be Mrs. H. J. Cornelius. Members of the quar- Choirs Combine At Memorial For Special Music "The Triumph Of Easter" will be the subject of the Sunday rooming sermon of the Rev. Arthur L. Jordan, pastor of Memorial Baptist, church. There will be two anthems. "In Triumph' Shouts The Son of God" by the Junior and Sanctuary choirs together, and "They Have Taken My Lord. 1 ' by the Sanctuary choir. Choirs are directed by Fred S. Parker with Douglas Hamil as organist. This service will be broadcast' over KRCT &( 11:10 a.m. The Rev. Ronnie Lyons will be guest minister at the night service. The special music will be a solo by Adrian Gammage, "More Like Jesus." The Junior choir will lead the music for this service. Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m. and Training Union at 6:15 p.m., both under the direction of Herbert H. Barren. Contract Bridge By Josephine Culbertson /NO ONE ctn «xp«ct to f* consistently food «caret, a! match-point duplicate If 1W U »* ways looking for safety in the matter of opening le'di. Dcctp- Uvcnes* is apt to be much men highly rewarded—always assuming, of course, that there is n< really excellent lead at hand Consider this de»l from a matehi point contest: if" North dealer, v North-South vulnerable. *K 3 8 9K7 5 • A K J 10 a 46i tet are Mr*. W. J. Kslgore, Mrs. Ewoll Clarke, E. M. Walking and Leonard Bra»well. Duets will be by Mrs. LeRoy Gardner and Dotrie Prater; and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Tate. Mrs. J, P. Royder and Mrs. Howard Dunkerly will be soloists. Sunday school will be held in all departments and classes at 9:45 a,m. under the direction of Sterling Slumber*, Sunday school superintendent. Catholics Schedule Night Services For the first time since about 1650, Catholic churches have been holding night services during Holy Week. Night services were scheduled at the request of the present Holy Father, Pope Pius XII. St. Joseph's Catholic church will have a sen-ice at 10:30 p.m. Saturday including the blessing of the Easter fire, Easter candle, blessing of the Baptismal water and the Litany of the Saints. This will be followed by High Mass at midnight. Sunday mass is scheduled for 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9 a,m., 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. with benediction after the 11 a. m. mass. The Rev. Denis Kennedy, pastor of the church, has said that all collections for Sunday's masses and for the Midnight Mass will be going to St. Mary's. Seminary. 'The Resurrection' To Be Rev. Gray's Topic The Rev. Jimmie H. Gray, pastor of Baptist Temple, will preach on "The Resurrection" at the 10:50 a.m, Sunday service. The choir will sing a "A Cross Medley" with Mrs. Jimmie Gray directing. "Holding the Devil's Coat" will be Rev. Gray's topic for the 7:30 p.m. 'service. Sunday school is scheduled for 9:45 a,m, and Training Union, at 6:30 p.m. Central Baptists Proclaim Day For Building Fund Deacons of Central Baptist church have proclaimed Easter Sunday as Building Fund Day, it was announced by the church pastor, the Rev. John H. Osteen. The purpose o£ this special day is tp pay off the two major notes on the nev,- sanctuary. Bill Jones, chairman of Deacons, and Rev. Osteen have urged all members of Central to "honor Christ on this day with a gift which will help to liquidate this note," says Rev, Osteen. The pastor will preach at both morning and night services. Sunday morning his topic will be "He Lives to Save." Sunday night he will preach on ''Bitter Waters Made Sweet." Cecil Baker, educational and music director, will be in charge of music. ...:,, Stewart Heights Baptist To Close Revival Saturday Revival sen-ices will come to a close Saturday night at Stewart Height's Baptist church. Evangelist Lester Roloff will bring his last message of the meeting on. the Second Cominz' of Christ, Sunday morning services will begin at 9 a.m. with, the men's prayer meeting followed by Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. THe pastor, the Rev. Clifton L. Smith, will preach at the 11 a..m. service on "The Resurrection Credible." Sunday night services begin at 5:30 p.m. with the family prayer meeting and Training Union, at 6:15 p.m. Rev. Smith's topic for the night service, at 7:30 p.m. will 'be "The Church That Stands." Nurseries are open, at all services- Wills Family WILLS FAMILY quartet will present a concert April 1* in Horace Mann Junior high. Admission will be 75 cents for adults'and 25 cents for children. layfmmt Cub Pack 100 To Visit Sub Cub Scout Pack 100 will meet at the Scout house at 8:45 am, Saturday and -leave Baytown for Galena Park to visit a aubmarine. The pack met recently and was entertained by Den 4's puppet theater in a skit entitled "The Foam Ranger." Den 1 opened the meeting by singing "Sailing, Sailing." In keeping with the theme, "Bottom of the Sea," Den 2 presented a fish identification program..:, ''' •-•.:•.'. • . D. O. Huddle gave awards to Tommy Slack, Robert -Athertoa and Douglas Barr. Service pins were also awarded to Robert Atherton, Douglas Barr, Tommy Laircf, Jimmy Laird, Leon Washburn, Robert Ziegler and Bill Walles. *32 f Q93« *Q 9 3 . J 75 N W E S 454 ^ A 10 3 2 HEMS 3rcGRE\V LEAD SINC.rXG—Music :it tho Easier sunrise service Sunday morninsf will tie li'd !>y Kcvis McGrcw, music and educational director for AYooster Bnptisl. McGrcw also will load a .sonjr .sermon Snmlny night at the Wooster wrvict 1 . KRAFT FOOD SPECIALS CHEEZ WHIZ s 29c PARKAY MARGARINE , 29c MAYONNAISE DE LUXE SLICED CHEESE ., •* iTALiAN DRESSING a 39t 35c 27c MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS K 25c FOOD MARKET O'BRIEN'S 2100 N. MAIN PUNTY OF FREE PARKING 4) A Q 10 9 7 6 *J* *«4 + K9S This was the bidding at every table: North East South West 14) Pass 1 4) Pass 2 «> Pass 1 •> Piss Pass Pass At five tables, the West players, seemingly with a single mind, opened a low heart, and after that their respective adversaries had an easy time of it. In every case the lead w« ducked in dum- my and East had to play the *c» '•or concede the trick to South'* 'jack. At three tables the ace wa» played and a club was returned; thus holding declarer to his contract At two tables, East trie* the desperation finesse of the- heart ten, and this save the declarers an. easy play for II tricks. At the remaining 1 table the contract was actually defeated— not through any error on d«cl»?~ cr's part, but simply because West made a deceptive and aggressive opening lead. Thi* West, with the diamond bid ont his left, did not wait for his queen to be finessed or ruffe* out; he boldly opened the diamond nine. It was almost inevitable that this lead should have fixed the declarer. Apparently, West had opened n singleton or a doubleton, hence the finesse would be danferous. S» declarer put up the kiny, drew trumps in two rounds, then returned his remaining diamond to the ace and led the jack through East. When the latter followed} with a lo\v card. South confidently discarded a heart, and he wa* shocked when West pounced on the trick with the queen. West • now shifted to a heart. Desper- i ately, declarer put up the king-, i hoping it would hold, but East! won with the ace, and his club shift gave the defenders the »et-1 ting trick. ' x lhe Risen Lord' Is Topic For Rev. Thompson * The Rev. Vrrnrm Thompson, pastor of North Jltahi Baptist church. Tins aiinonncccl his sermon topic, "The Risen Lonl" for the 10:55 a.m. Sunday service. "Sons of God" will be his theme at 7:30 p.m. Sumi.iy school will bt hi 9:15 a.m. an<! Training Union at C:SO p.m. Central Assembly Of Sod Church CORNER PRUETT AND NAZRO •Easter Sunday Services* 8:30 A.M — E«t«r Singing Broadcast over KREL 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School 11:00 A.M.—Morning Wonhip Sermon: "Why Seek Ye The Living Among The Dead?" 7:30 P.M.—Evening Worihip Sermon: "The Chmtian'j Hope In Christ" Rev. LONNIE BOWLEN PASTOR Easter Services AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH KENTUCKY AT LOUISIANA E. R. Couch, Pastor Wad« DuBose, Music-Education EASTER SERVICES 9:45 A. M. — Sunday School 11:00 A.M. — Morning Worship SERMON: "A Living Hope" 6:30 P;M* — Training Union 7:00 P.M. — Everting Worship "Victorious King" An Easter Cantata Presented By Chancel Choir NURSERY WILL BE OPEN FOR ALL SERVICES You Are Cordially Invited to Attend SERVICES AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1714 MARKET STREET 9:30 A.M. — Sunday School 11KX) A.M. — Morning Worship Sermon "Easter Victory" The Choir Will Sing the Anthem: "ALLELUIA" By Bach T. F. Seale, Director; Mary Pennington, Organist 5 P.M. Junior High — 6 P.M. Senior High Westminster Fellowship Rev. M. Ewing McPhail, Pastor We Welcome You to EASTER SERVICES ! i:00 a.m. Central Baptist Church CORNER KING AND BOWIE JOHN H. OSTEEN, P*itor CECIL T. BAKER, Music \\ Famous For The Gospel AIR CONDITIONING AND NURSERIES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Jill,

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