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May 14, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 8

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CLOVf* NlW840tKNAI^ tk—JJT.. -^Ji^-J^...— .- --- ....... I.J__.I._.L ____ . __ L.-JA.-—^'^..' ^._ -. - _ . May H, 1085 ** .-*.,... ious News Page .ibenan Missionary To Relate African Field Work Experiences BY RALPH W. LOEW, D. D. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. As pilot of an Assemblies of God plane in Liberia, East Africa the Rev. Lee Roy Ward says, "I never knew what to expect. I never knew what kind of emergency flight I might be called on to make." In a service May 16th at the First Assemblies of God Church 517 West 21st Street, the Rev. Ward will describe some of the interesting and exciting experiences he has had as an Assemblies of God missionary to Africa. The Rev. Melvin Sasse, pastor of First Assembly, extends a cordial invitation to the public to hear the Rev. Ward. The service will be at 7 p.m. Sun- dav. In addition to piloting the mission plane provided by Speed- the-Light (the missions endeavor REV. LEE ROY WARD of Assemblies of God youth), Trinity Lutheran To Hold Dedication Trinity Lutheran Church, a new congregation of The Amer ican Lutheran Church, will hold Mr. Ward served as superintendent of the Liberia Assemblies of God and was principal of the denomination's Bible school located at Pleebo. During his administration of the field, all the churches were turned over to Liberian native pastors in accordance with the mission's aim to establish an indigenous organization. Mr. Ward began his ministry in Liberia in 1952 at New Hope Town, a leprosy mission established by the late Florence Steidel. Here, many of the 19,000 patients treated annually receive "sympton free" papers and can again live normal lives. Prior to missionary service the Rev. Ward was assistant dean of men at Sothwestern Assemblies of God. college, Wax- ah'achie, Tex. Mrs. Ward engaged in home missions work in Kentucky. The Wards have two children: Anita Louise and Joyce Lynn. Clovis Pastor Program Guest Rev. Charles Somerville, pas- Writer Discusses Spiritual Fogging peace. We insisted that we espoused brotherhood. We corn- Any traveler gets to be ammented on the beauties of the xpert on fogs. 1 can tell you]redemption of the individual, of a dozen distinguished a n d We talked of the exciting wonders of the newness of life. But in our foggy relationships and fzzy reactions to challenges in personal and social relationships, there was a notable lack of enthusiasm. It's obvious that just pretending to be a foghorn will not turn indicate that the sun through on occasion. I can tell you about the fogs. notable glories of nature that I've visited and haven't seen. The Matterhorn was "beclekt." The Zugspitz was shrouded. I caught a fleeting glimpse of famed Mt. Fujiyama. The glories of the pictures in the travel folders and those glamorous photographs on airline calendars the ^ Ra(Jar That's a kind of spiritual sensitivity that jets many persons through the shoals of difficulty. Included in my list is the [There are so many problems gorge on Kauai. That delight- that have no clear and easy fill island of our 50th state is answers. Hunting for the right a glamorous spot. A friend told land the wrong in the confusing me ecstatically of the orchids set of circumstances requires and the marvels. We traveled the quality that sent those over the little roads but when I first disciples of Jesus out into we arrived, I found a fog that!the world with a certainty of the blotted everything from view, (living presence of their Master. My friend insisted on its beauty.!There was difficulty on every I believed him. He had seen 'it side but for them, the fog had and knew it. This is more than a hazard lifted. Decades aco Josiah Holland in traveling. It becomes the ex-! nsk(:>d for such mpn: pereince of much of life. I thinkjGod. give us men! a time like of the many people who insist that they see nothing in our announced moral convictions. Our this demands Strong minds, great hearts. acts create fogs which obliteratei true faith and ready hands: our words. JTall men. sun - crowned, who r, .. , . , , I live above the fog Sometimes we ve taken people i up the winding roads while we j described the wonders of the kingdom of God. Our friends REV. LARENCE R. JUULL Dr. Vernon A. Mohr of Austin, Texas. President of the Southern District of The American Lutheran Church will officiate at the services. -^ Constrction of the new sanctuary at 1705 West Twenty-first Street was completed in March of this year. The church seats two hundred and the education- j a! unit has eight Sunday School, Classes. Cost of construction i was S47.000. I The new congregation was! formally organized on March 7,; 1965. and called Rev. Larencei R. Juull to be pastor. Rev. Juull! began work in Clovis in August] of 1964 holding Worship Serv- ; ices in a temporary location at j I The Clovis Woman's Club until! construction of the new church ! j\\as completed. Pastor Juull 'iwill be installed by Dr. Mohr ! during the Service of Dedica- 'tion. Officers of the congregation are James tor of Westminster Presbyterian {couldn't see it and there was Church of Clovis, will appear on;nothing in reality to convince an Amarillo television program, them that we had seen it. "Religious Questions," Sunday. We said that we believe in tuartet To Appear At Church veneers ui uie ci The Stamps Quartet is one of are James Griffin . president; the most travelled Quartets in Max Stuart ' vlce President; the nation. They will be in the ;Glenn Hicken - secretary; Walter First Assembly of God, 517 W est: Seidenschwarz ' treasurer : Wil- 21st Street Tuesday at 7-30 p ! bur Holmes, councilman. Capt. in. Admission will" be free O f (Kenneth Verch, recently killed charge and all are welcome to in a F - IO ° crash m * he Phll ! p ' attend pines, was also an officer on the Ichurch Council. The Quartet consists of four Trinity Lutheran is one of fif- members plus their piano ac- ty-lour new congregations built companist. Roger McDuff is the by the Division of Home Mis- spokesman and lead singer for ^ons of The American Lutheran the group. Sin:;in<r baritone is Church in the past year. At Mylon LeFevre. Jim Hill sin^s t| U . present time, baptized mem- the high tenor and John Hall bership in the congregation is sings the bass. Accompanying 54. the quartet at the pian^ ui.;: be • Chuck Karnsev. In 'he year of 1924 T!,f Stan-p-; Quarter .Mu.sic Compar\ w .-,' t broimiit into bein-; in t:;f c/v of l)alla.s, Texas, i.kin: 1 u.'h r.<- publi-ihing of MJ,::' biji,-ii- ! >r !;>'•• in sinking convention- 1; \\ ;. decided thai i/^re «a-: a r.f d for a fju'arttrt to rf;;.rcMT:' t ..<• company and to -:n^ ••:(>-.(• songs to t:>e various <.-'ir:\ ,•;;- tions. A gn>;,j) \\-\: f.iriiHHl arid was given tiic Quartet mak:n ganizc-d quartt' jnu.sic fififj. nanit- S t ,-, rn p it Gospel mu-'ic h:. «way since tju* Si.jn,, 1 / was formed. From !:>.• fonveiiiioiis and siii:jl. cimrcii sin^mas v,i(r. r the ground.^ all day sin ventions in the couctv houses, and on up to '•! all night Singing coiiri- inost *very niajor r:i K.i S«. !. United States and Canada. Growing and <-::mh:ru' a:»r. with Gospel M.•<:<•. the Stain;.Quartet iras (.-<. r \i_-d a nic'ric in the heart o! co ; jr,r;e^ IhoiHai.d- of people Their familiar theme song ''Give tiie world a smile each day" has become a household by-word to many wrosa the nation. Recent Popes Listed In Resume The nine I/, shops of the Methodist Church, supervising pari-'.-s in Al.ibama. Florida, C,«')r.;:a Kentucky, Mississippi, \n-' : . Carolina, South Carolina, T"' ;•>• ••••• and Virginia, have nu.de t; ; ,. t'ul'.owin.L' public state- mi-nt^ 'hejii.'. keenly aware of rer.-ni e\e>,'s" ' We affirm our r ,n , ;i':.,p, that every qualified i ,!:/cii 'if the United States si;" uM have the right to vote, and that n-'juirements for deter- M, : Min-:', voting qualifications --MM,il<! ti" the same for a 1 1 i,"oi)!c V\V deplore the employment of \i'i!t'ii'-c in the solution .f any problem We call upon i .'!ir fi-l!"\i Mt-!h"d : sts to strengthen line-; of communication and und^rstandir.? between •;;<• v.hite and \e?ro rares. 10th And Pile Street Church of Christ B. E. Bawcom (Minister) SKR^ION SflMECTS: 10 A.M. "The Sin of Anger" G P.M. "The Bridge Builders" BIBLE SCHOOL , 9:00 A.M. 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 ai the rhurcli office for personal counseling. He has had training and experience in this work. Call 3-9005 for an appointment, if this time is not acceptable. SUNDAY'S MESSAGES SERMON SUBJECTS: 10:30 A.M. "The Righteous Use Of Money" 6:P.M. The Man Without The Weddini; (•arincnt SUNDAY Bibl7ciasses"'!7Il:45~A.M. Sermon ...... 10:30A>UP.K WEDNESDAY MIDWEEK BIBLE STUDY ladies Class ?;30 A.M Wed. Evening Service... 7:30 ROBERT B. HAWKINS Bible Classes 5:15 PX FREE, 8 LESSON BIBLE CORRKSPONDKNCK COIH-SE No One Will (all. Materials Will It,- Mailed T., Vou. Studs In J I,,- I'm,., x ,.f \crnr Own Home. Write Curri's^.ndciK-,- Cour^o II.,x lu;>7 - (^ l,,\i» .N M. v CHURCH OF CHRIST ROBERT B. HAWKINS, MINISTER Uth & Pile Sts. Study 763 . 6846 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Temporary location Our Chapel of Memories Manana 9:80 am & 10:30 am Weicb Pastor SANDIA BAPTIST CHURCH 1100 West Manana sr.VDAV SCHOOL 9:30 MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 TBAINING TNIO.V 5:00 EVENING WOKSH1P 6:00 A Friend'y New Church Where You WiJJ Enjoy Worshiping Gad W«t oa MOAOJM Air Conditioned Off-Street Parking CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 14th AND CONNELLY "FAMOUS *O« THE GOSPEL" atanley Letcher Jr. Minister THE MAX WHO HALTED ON TIIIKD BASE TO CONGRAT- I LATE HIMSELF FAILED TO MAKE A HOME «I ! N. 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 to 11:30 — Morning Worabjp 5:00 to 6:00 PJL — VoutJi Groups 6:00 to 7:00 P.M. — Eveaisg Worship 1! SUNDAY'S SERMONS 10:30 A.M. Let Down Your Net* 6:P.M. NO SERVICES "Tht fount Growing Ckrhtia* Ckwck to New Meiico" Howard Smith (Knnernl Director and Embalmtr) Mrs. Una M. Steed •Founder) 16th & Pile Serving Clovis & Territory Since Clovls Began — /6J-5541 There Is A Church For Everyone Spiritual Guidance For The Whole Family Is Needed By All STOGIES 1<t itomhcrs in a LiMimc The ofbcr dar OmMrul m?1 r.n nr--iir«, in r.-;r AJ-I- ron Tvnc evtimeM TMK IxmiU-r. Ho c'»r.tr:i«-trd the r-xfK'rioncji' in }M" yi\:' ain°^'" ( '' ^" 1VC n'.ilf'^ <>ut. v -i- ft l.)icyclo into imvn in Hint- to ^-v ii»c i-L.ac cUcL;..; Hie cipitcd iKJildinr. Tfc f?wm3 mfrr* 1 !!! 1 !:? f*o {^'"''•'rlcn? MrriTw**! mnnkind has mr.de in th" r?-"" 1 -'"' ?<"'-"'. --"'1 xvho rod' 1 to Suivi.'iy Srr^ .] v.-.- ;• . r .,. :; .. • • ;,/.,-•• ; : 1>oy?., tod;<y '.'TI-TW th" fli:-'••' < " ; -'r '.::: ;' ! < n .' \'. Their wives do the family Lu;' :ry v,'.:''*. ii'- t'.v, ', «f a dial, and their pTa?vl-) ; ;;,;:c;i l-..;:n A;i - ,:ra from pro?ratnTn«3 ttxi!>o V..-**. One rmrhanpinfr f.T*t rrrr!n T -". 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