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Saturday, July 7, 1956 urches Are Hosts Five Baytown churches will icar members of the Texas Alcoholic-Narcotic Education. Inc. Sunday in their services. The TANE, a non-dcnomimi- lional group o£ men organised to •ducate the public about, alcohol j. r . c l narcotics, has its headquar- lers in Dallas. Field representatives lecture in schools raeh year while others present discussions in churches and for other organizations. Dr. Albert F. Tucker, executive secretary of the group, will be the speaker at Memorial Baptist church for the 11 a.m. service. Grace Methodists will hear Dr. H ask ell McClintock at their church program at 10:45 a.m. O.F. Dingle Of TANE esrfr To Be Baptist Speaker of as The Rev. O. F. Dingier, associate executive secretary of Texas Alcohol-Narcotic Education, Inc., icill brt the speaker at both services Sunday at First Baptist church. Ho will speak in the absence of the pastor, i/ie Rev. K. R. Couch, who underwent major surgery Thursday. A native of Arkansas. Rev. Ding- V-r attended the University Texas, and for 25 years served Ihe pastor of churches in MiMin Beaumont and other Texas U^ Hi> wa.s also a member of th< P ip list Executive Board of Tt\i Under the direction of the l_ v i cutivc'Secretary. Dr. Albert link e-r, T A N R carries on from tin Home office in Dallas ;i ycai louid and statewide program, alerting, educating and organizing in Hud iials and groups for Christnn 10 slinencc and effective action against the liquor and nan otic traffics. Rev. Dingier is in chiig^ of the legislative and public, relations portions of the program, and has headquarters in Austin. ices will begin at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m., the latter hour being- broadcast over radio station KREL. at 8 p.m. 'Mrs. Virgil Brown will sing for the morning- hour, and a male quariet will sins: "Tho Your Sins Be as Scarlet" for the night services. Those in the quartet are Virgil Brown. R. E. Bailey. L. R. Harris and Kdd .1. Sawberger. Jr. The public is invited to attend all servie'\s at the church. V.'ade OuBose. rector, announced ::.t P:'.5 a.m. and at 6:30 p.m. The educational di- Sunday School Training- Union preaching Vernon A Ired Will Lecture At Kingdom Hail "Choosing Life with the World Society" is the title sermon to be presented by non Allred at •! p.m. Sunday New of », V,-r-' at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. 1305 Hawthorne. "The one common destiny hereto-fore shared by all mankind is death. It is now possible, though, for humans to choose life rather than death. The Bible lecture will ."how how they can do this. Everyone is welcome to attend." said Ailred. "and no collection will be taken.'' The discourse will be followed bv n group Bible study on the subject, "Keep Pace with the New World Society." based on the text ,v. Matthew 30:27. Other weekly meetings include the congregational Bible studies at p.m. Monday and Tuesday and the service meeting and ministry school at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Also, on KRCT at 10:15 a.m. each Sunday, an educational Bible program entitled "Thing People Are'Thinking About" is presented by Jehovah's Witnesses. Polymers Conference Is Attended By Bown Dr. D. E. Bown IIMH been attending a conference on polymers in Xew London, X. H. The conference was one of three Gordon Research conferences there were in session at Colby Junior college. At each of theTneetinPTs tho lectures were eminent scientist in the field being" covered. Dr. T3nwn i« n member of Research and Development division at the refinery. 88 WE ARE CLOSED ON SUNDAYS Because We're AH Going to Church However—In Case of Emergency, Phone 9002, 9884 or 8847 i; ^! !-•£ CB Methodist Will Have Two Speakers Scheduled to speak at Cedar Bayou Methodist Sunday morning .service is Dr. Monroe Vivion. executive secretary of the Methodist Conference council, from Houston. Mrs. J. D. Giddings' program of organ music for the service, will include "Andante Sostonuto'' by Guilmant, "Romance." by Wleni- aw.ski. anil "Allegro" by Martini. The Rev. James O. Baumnn, pastor of the Seabrook Methodist church is to be g-uest minUter for the 7:-'10 p.m. (service. Sunday school will Ijojrin at OM5 a.m. and Fellowship groups, at 6:30 p.m. Cedar Bayou Methodist church will be represented at the school of Missions at Lalceview .Tulj' 91.'! by Mrs. Blonnie D. West, Mrs. S. H. Brooks and Airs. J. B. Hayca. Mrs. West is president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. Brooks is chairman of the Christian social relations and local church activity for the nociety and Mrs. Hayes in in charge of youth work for the society. Other activities scheduled include prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday with A. M. Major in charge. Sanctuary choir rehearsal will follow the service. The Julia Lottie WSCS circle will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at the church. Harvard Sad At Ban Of Freshman Smoker CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — UP — Harvard men are heaving nostalgic highs these days. The univer- *:t.y has banned the traditional freshman unioker. Dean K Skiddy Von Stade says the smoker has become «• menflcfi 1.0 the well-being- of the school and is unworthy of the dignity and tradition of Harvard. i Black's Pharmacies THE PEOPLES STATE BANK Where B*ytonUn» Like to Bmnk MM Minn. DIM Mil THREE BIG DRUG STORES To Servo 1'our Needs Expert Prescription Service SCARBOROUGH'S 116 N. Mnln T26 \\. Te*jw S41> M»rh«t '•.£ READ M BAYTOWN SUN F«r Compltta Church Newi The Rev. O. F. Dingier, associate executive secretary, is scheduled to talk tit both morning and night services of First Baptist church. Second Baptist church will be host to R. R. Holton, chairman of the Speakers bureau, at their 10:45 a.m. service. Dr. Tucker will also speak at a special meeting of pastors and laymen at 2 p.m. Sunday in Central Baptist church. MEMORIAL 1'ttOGKAM The Memorial Baptist program will also include a choral anthem "Lord of 'My Life" directed by Fred S. Parker with Douglas Hamil at the organ. The service will bo broadcast over radio .station KRCT at 11:10 a.m. The Rev. Arthur L. Jordan, minister, will speak on "The Man \\'ho Returned From the Dead" at the 7:30 p.m. meeting. Music will he 'provided by the "Intermediate choir who will sins "One Prayer, One Soup" and "Why Do I Sing About Jesus." Sunday school will be at 9:4"i a.m. with Train ing Union at 8:^0 p.m.. both under the direction of H rb Barren. CRACK CHURCH •Miloist for the morninsv service at Grace Methodist church will be. Mr.s. John Pcirash. The Kev. W. J. Goodwin, associate pastor, will be main speaker at the 7:30 p.m. church program. Methodist youth and intermediate fellowships will meet at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Lange Announces Schedule ''How to Use Our Freedom in Christ" will be the subject of the sermon for the 10:45 a.m. Sunday service at the Redeemer Lutheran church located 1 at West Sterling at Pruett. The Rev. E. F. Lange, pastor, will present the mesn^e. Mrs. C. Broderson will be at the organ and L. L. Duen and .'I. Higginbotham will serve »s ushers. Sunday school and Bible classes for juniors and adults will meet at !l:.'!0 a.m. The devotional program will be led by the superintendent, Ben Devereaux. The voters' assembly of the congregation will meet at 7:.'iO p.m. Wednesday night under the chairmanship of A. Cholcher. The planning and development committee hearted by Dr. W. DomB.sk will propose a floor plan for the new- church building-. St. Mark's Father-Daughter Banquet- Bryan Keathley To Be Speaker UKV. <;KOK<<K WITTMKR. George Wittmer Is Summer Guest On Lutheran Hour The I'tev. Georg-e \ViUmcr. pap- tor of Messiah Lutheran church in St. Loui.s, will .-serve as summer guest, speaker on The Lutheran. Hour from July S through -Sept. The Lutheran Laymen'.'! League will sponsor the broadcast uver more than JSUO stations in US countries and territories and in o-I languages. Regular speaker on the program is Or. Oswald Hoffman of New York City. Pastor U'ittrncr has been a previous guest speaker on The Lutheran Hour and also serve?; the nO.OOO-mcmber i n t c r n a t i o n a 1 League as pastoral adviser. He was appointed to that position in September, HTiS. Born in Chicago where lie attended St. .Stephen's school, .Pastor \Viltmer received his pre-seminary training at C'oucordia college. Fort Wayne, and was graduated from the St. Louis seminary in I'.'I'.O. After his grtwualion. he -Scr'.vd on the faculty of Concordia college, Milwaukee, in the English department. From 1933 to llCJil, Pastor Witt- mcr served Mount Calvary Lutheran church in Peoriu, 111., and since April 1, 19.'W. he bus been pastor of Messiah. He is vice president of the Western District of the Missouri Synod, and a member of the Board" of Control •of Concordia Seminary. .Pastor Wittmer is also a speaker on the League's Family Worship Hour, a. In-minute family devotional program. The Lutheran Hour summer speaker and Mrs. \\Mttmcr have ItKYAN KKATIII.KY Chaplain Bryan H. Ivealhley, who has often been called the "Will Rogers of the Pulpit." will be the main speaker for the father-daughter banquet at the Me'.h-.idist Meti'H club of St. Murk's .Methodis'. church at ti: lo p. m. Monday in the church. \V. T. Porter, president of the Men'.-; club, has announced that, friends of the club desiring- to alien, | the special meeting- should call Kred Jones. Chaplain Keilthlcy has been full time chaplain a' the Houston Veterans hospital since- iy-t!> and be- To re going- to Houston, he wius . Chief of the Chaplaincy Division St. Paul Lutheran Plans Lord's Supper Service Sunday school teachers meet at two children, Lois 13. and Ronald, 7::!0 p.m. Friday. 16. Methodist Conference Plans Lakeview School Of Missions Ninth annual Texas Conference School of Missions will be held at Lakeview Methodist assembly near Palestine Monday through July 13. Dr. Finis Crutchfield. pastor of. University church, Norman, Okla., will be the speaker at the night sessions. Noon .speakers will be various staff members. There arc four approved courses. "Mission Fields. U.S.A.." Mrs. Powers, Kirhy Hall, Austin; Mrs. Clotilc Falcom Xancz, San Antonio; "Southeast Asia," Dr. W. F. Pledger. Shreveport. La.. Dr. Ortho Lane, Hunfuvillc: "Paul's Letters To The Churches," Dr. Wesley Davis, Dallas, the Rev. Ruhal Moore, Palestine; and "Youth In A Responsible Society. A Christian Concern." Mae Titus, Nashville. Tcnn., and tho Rev. David Switzcr, Georgetown. Workshops will include the "Out-reach Of The Women's Division Of Christian Service Around The World." and "Methods And Techniques For Prop,ram Presentation." Departmental clinics will be held for nil officers. The school is for pastors, church officials, church school workers, Christian laymen, women of the church, Woman's Society of Christian Service and Wosleyan Service guild members and family groups. The Rev. John Wesley Hardt of Marshall, will serve as dean for the school. Mrs. Harmon Lowman of Himtsvllle, i.s tin.- president of the Woman's society. Mrs. Earl Scott of Marshall, is the registrar. July 1.1-15 is set as I he Wesleyan service guild weekend. Rev. Henckell To Officiate Communion DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Polished 6. Thorax 11. Handles (Rom. Antirj.) .12. Wanderer 13. Gone by 11. Capital (Cuba) 35. Girl's nickname 16. Trustworthiness 5. Electrical Engineer (abbr.) 6. The skull of a vertebrae 7. Hang.flut- tering- in the air S. Girl's name (.poss.) 9. Dispatched 10. Shelf in a trunk Corpsman (abbr.) 18. Lamprey 19. Greek letter IS 17. A biography 14. A circle 19. River (Gcr.) of melnl 21. Bronze coin 16. Hospital (Chin.) 22. Hint 23. A thin fine net 27. Quiet, like a mouse 25. Mature ,",0. Music note 32. American Indian ,t3. Say again 35. Actors who feed lines lo comedianj .18. Astern 41. Apathetic 42. Novice (var.) 43. Master of ceremonies •»4. Little owl 45. Rends 46. Flowers 20. Haul with effo'tt 22. Shortens 23. Employ 24. Organ of sight 26. Foems of lamentation 28. Tuber (So. Am.) . Mimicked . One who throws a lasso . East by south (abbr.) .*)!. 33. 34. Ea \>ntcrday'» An* 35. Let it stand (print.) 36. A volume 37. Grampus ,19. Liberals 40. Little children 42. On- sr.d one 4-1. Gold (Her.) DOWN" 1. Weakens 2. Two- toed sloth 3. G.».thcr toother 4. Larpr cistern 35 JO 30 for Branch 10. when; he supervised the work of V'A chaplains in Texas, l/)iiisi;uia an k | Mississippi from the rlasi.' of World War II until the office closed. The Chaplain was born in Frost, TI-X. In a magazine article written by Mary Beth Kobert.son, the well- known author and poeteti.4 wrote. "The story of Bryan Keuthlvys rise his .strungo adventures, his jjreiu courage, hi.s victories over inuu inberablc handicaps and oii- sl.-irles is as thrilling and ah.sorli- injf an any Horatio .-Vlgrr ever penne,!." Robert Uiplcy r.ui hi* picture and suine of hU '-xpenr:; co.s in "I'.eiieve Ii Or ,\'ot" In !!ili> lie wu.s fleeted Department Ch.-ipblin of the Arnerii'Hn legion in Tex:!.* in i'.'.'W and IMC. and National Chaplain in I'.iM Immediately preceding U'url, I \V:lr II. !ht; chaplain w;is selected in I'ppivjJi-m Ihe American clergy in the dedication of mcinorial.s to 7-7 Regular service of Holy Cnm- inuuion will be held al .S a.m. Hun- day at Trinity Episcopal church, with the Rector, tin- Kcv. ]'. Walter Hi'iiekcll, officiating;. Charles I-lillis will act .'i.s epii-lol- rr, with Kodcll -Tones ami i.leoixe Meiujrm as acolytes. The Family Service will be held at 9:l.T> a.m., conducted by Kcv. Henckell. Assisting in the (iorviee will be lay render, Carl Tj'cnckmann. and acolytes will be Tom Balderach. Charles Oezeaux, Gene Garner and Bill Wilkie. .Serving 1 as ushers will be Carev I'lippel. Mike Griffith. John Lon.'tnc'.-ker and Bill Sweeney. Miss Klcanor \V:lkic, organist, will direct the choir. Church .school classes. Adult T'.ihlt- class, and Pari'iit's i-las. 1 ; will meet at 3:">ri a.m. The Confirmation instruction class will meet, at. 10 a.m. in thi- rector's s-tudy and will b>' conducted by Ui'v. Hi'iickell. Morning prayer will hi- held at. II a.m., with K. C. Halti-r a.ssi.sl- ing the Hector in 111' 1 service as I,ay Reader. Urihors \vill In- T. M. Hoffman and G. \V. Robinson. Serving ns aeolylcw will hi- Harry Maso.i. Joe HuRginK. Robert Hnr- grave nnd Norman Margrave. The choir under t.hv direction of George Mensoii, with Dr. Dan Nicholson a?. <.r;',an'ust. will sing "Bow Down Thine Ear" by Tkaeh, as the offertory. HostcK.sc... for the "Coffee Hour" will be Mrs. C. H. Stevenson and Mrs. K. G. Stall- kiiccht. The Vestrv will meet n( 7 p.m. Tuesday. Choir rehearsal will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Philadelphia Has Fly Paper By Acre PHILADELPHIA - KP T lie Philadelphia health dcpiirtii > n i^ converting a number of vaca t lo <? and dty dumps into acres o' ij- paper' 1 in a war against not l flics. Dr. Newell Good, head of the department's pest, control nm* ^»d the areas will he sprayed with molasses containing an ir.?ecu ia Me explained that sinco the ino- lasses will be sprnved, it will not be visible although the fipnxyed p.rear might be sticky to trie touch. It will be harmless to pets bccxuM t can not be consumed in large quantities. "In this way. \vc ran convert vacant lots find 'iumps into areas of 'flypaper' to cut down the house fly nuisance, in the city,'' Good saio". St. Paul LuthiT-i n church will have th»; administration of ihr Lord's Supp'T duriiu;- tin 1 s:!to a.m. and 10:i"> a.m. serviceii Sunday. Thc Kcv. A. M. llaiuicmanu. pcs- t.or. will officiate at these serv- icc.--. Tin 1 sermon in prejiaralio!! for ]Ioly Communion will be under l!ie theme "Our Hearts Kcjoici-." It will be br.-iu<;ht out. that in Holy Communion "our life i.s strengthened because we discover Givl'n friendship, because we re;Ui;'.,> a I'Omrr.on fellowship, and because we experience Christ's forgiveness." said Rev. Hannc.mu.'in. Arthur \\ r . Holle will be the or- Saniwl. At. Hie early vcrvirc A. A. Holle and K. H. Eshcnburi; will be in charge of the ushering' while Leon Holle will serve iwi acolyte. At the late service Louis Oi'ochoskr; and W. H. Heintschel will usher and James Meeklns will nerve jia tt( olyle. The Church school will meet at. <I::M a.m. with \V. G. Mellke and Mi'S. A. A. Holle in eharivc of the opening" devotions. Classes for all :ij;e K' rol| ps will be conductol. The youth of the church will have their Luther Leuyiie business •meeting: at (! p.m. Sunday. I.iun Ffonnis 1 . prcriident. will be in charge of the meetinj;. Itnlcriain- mcnt and refresbmi.'nt.s will follow the meetiliR-. Other meetings during the week 'Sacramenf To Be Theme Of Sermon Humanity's need fur effective prayer will be emphasized at Christian Science services Sunday. Key-noting the lesson sermon entitled "Sacrament.' 1 is the Golden Text from I'.salms, "Let the words of my mouth, ami the meditation of "\y heart, be acceptabl-: in thy .sight, O Lord, my -strength, and my redeemer." The importance of earnest prayer to God i.s brought out in reatf- inys from "Science and Health with Key to UH- Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, which will in- ehulc, "What we most m-i-fl ia the prayer of fervent, desire for growth in grace, expressed in patience, meekness, love, and Kof'd deeds. To keep the commandments of our Master and follow his example, is our proper debt to him and 1 the only worthy evidence of our gratitude for all that he has done." A man from North Hollywood. Calif, will tell how he was healed of a kidney disease considered fatal on the radio program "How Christian Science Heals" at HI a.m. Sunday on KRCT. Compromise More And Keep Families Together He has addies.sed several national conventions of the. American LegVm, as well as many othar national ami international conventions. Chaplain Keathy i.s a Mason an.I a I're.-'byterian: and he has been :« ttolartan aiul a Lion. He .served just. 51 days in World U'ur I. (nit. in U"\VIl" he was a chaplain for ;i;j months and was discharged, with the rank Of Major. Major Ke.ithVy attended Trinity University and Louisville. Ky", 1'rcsbyleriaii Theological seminary. He Iml.ls the decrees <i; Bachelor of Arts. Haehflor of Divinity and Doctor uf Divinity. ..'ack \V, .Stnallinjr will he program chainiinii for the bamiiic;. .1 former Navy licn- <ubniarir.e. will hr x'ven by I'T. csliOy, msnisler of SI. A A. Driescr ivlll •; HI cbarR,. <,f will include Church council. Mon- (I. I-Vrshinjj on the mission, liurt' 1 .);- an .-ui^crnra's ;'.n she iuuique: an-l dav iit 7:.'(() p.m.- NVom.in's MU- "" hil ' h !{m< -' '"' |HViu-hed in Hie Mr*. K I. dfl'er, assi<ite,l b\ mom- f.-imous Anii'iicHii chuivh in 1'nris "ers of Hie \\ uman's Socii'tv r>' sionary .Mci'tnuv. I uesda.v lit !i:.'!(» ,,,„, ,,.,.„,,,.,, tl , .,,, j ilt crn:ili,,n:.l l"hi'lstiMU S.-rvic,-, will be in charge a.m.; Kvcuinu s Missionnry society ,v|iuiciitii' «-roup. Me has preached °' i«'D.I. jiii'i-iinK. \Vednej:i|]iy at 7:1;, fni.: to an overflow audience In Madi- -^'''-•'. I 1 : \\'. Buelow, who i.i ;n an,l choir [irnctice, Thuividay at ,i, m Sininre Oardcu, New York cliar t ;,. uf music, will pre-scut t.h" 7:oii p.m. City. Robert K. i ^i> hi^h school mak <iuarlet includini; Konn'id Donn. S/. Mark's Methodisf Plans Holy Communion At Service Coltharp and soloist, Miss PHILADELPHIA -- Ill'l "Tin: inability to compromise in family s<iualible.s is at the bottom of most, rioiviestic trouble." says Kalph Ormsby. exi.-ciilivi: director of the Family Service of Philadelphia. For his verification, Ormsby looks to a survey of 4,5.")] ca>;••!; handled last, year by the Family Service ;; Rod Feather agency. He .says a good rule to observe when family differences i-omc up is to "think more in terms of 'we' and less oft"n of 'I'.' 1 "Quite often," says he. "diffieul- l.ics also come up whr'ii a Inmily movi-s to a new ni-ij^hb<»riii>od. oils beset with sudden ilines;-, financial loss or housing' (roubles. Keen the strongest may feel frightened and abandoned without friends or relatives to turn to." Morninf;- services at St. Murk's .Methodist clitin-h will be held nt S;-I5 a.m. and 10:5') a.m. with Dr. Wayne H. McCleskey. piistor, conducting the service and preachlnjf on the topic. "Chosen of Christ." Holy Communion will bo observed 1 at this service. The Men's (^lioir will K!IIJC at the early .service. They will shift Donne's "Pass Me Not. O Gentle A. L. Jordan Named BGCT Advisor DALLAS — The Rev. Arthur L. Jordan, pastor of the Memorial Bnptist church, wilt* help recommend tbv time, place, preacher ami music director for the i!tS7 and the ISI57 annual sessions of the Baptist GcnernI Convention of TCXM.S when the BGCT holds its annual mectiuK in Corpus Chrlxti this fall. Baptist leaders «aiil Friday. The convention, composed of sonic 3.704 churches and L-liXJ.lHJt) menihers over the slate, usuallv plans its annual sessions at least a year nnd sometimes two years ahead. Rev. Jordan was named :i member of Ihe pliinniiitf committee by Convention President J. Ralph Grant of Ltibbock. Other members include the Re 1 .'. John PL.'ISCO, pastor of the First Baptist church at Odessa; the Kev, J. II. WriRht, pastor of tin; .First church. Levelland; the Rev. A. J. Holt. Calvary Baptist church. Waco, and Saxe Adams, a member of thi; Travis Avenue, church In Fort Chaplain To Be Preacher At St. John's The Kev. David K. Switzpr. newly appointed chaplain tu Southwestern university of Georgetown, will he xue.st preacher nt the 8;4."> a.m. and II a.m. services of St. John's .Mi.'thodisl. church Sunday. In chai'K'o of the servicus will b« I In: Kcv. \V. Hooper H.'iy>rood, pastor of St. John's. I'.ev. S'.vit/.er is a former pastor of Tr-mplc Methrriist church. Mou.si.on. Special mimic al the II a.m. service will In: :L trio by Mrs. A. S. Sit ton. Mrs. W. D. Thompson ami Mrs. W. rt. Fulton. Mrs. Wallace Willmnks will be <->r(far ; nt nt thv- early morninK service nnd Mi^s Janelle Carrrdl, orfjanist for the late morning program. "The Scoomf Mile" will ho ll«v. I-I.-iy.'jood's subject fur the 7 :.";<) p.m. service. Church Seliool '.'.ill be at HMj a.m. with youth and adult fellowship groups at. 'i :.'!!> p m. .Mid^Veek sej'vice is pianne,! fr ( r 7 p.m. Wednesday with 4uniox_ choir reln.'ars.'il at -S p.m. \Vi'dnes- liay.' All other choir rehearsals: have been cancelled. Saviour." At the second service, The Wesley choir will HUIR- "The Vision nf My Savior" by Clarli.e with Miss Corine Stout sinsiiij;- the .solo part. II. Bruce Day will direct both choirs. Ewell Clarhii will be organist for both services and will play "Quiet Prelude" by Elwood and "Meditation" by Raslcy. Sunday school will meet in all classes and departments at IIH.'I a.m. with S. P. illumbern :uid Kd. M. iS'elson as -lUpenntciidi.Tit". The niifht service will bexln at 7 p.m. Cotic,re(jatU)n«l slnxinn ami tint Men's choir will be dli'ecteif by Day. The special music will be Slirbliins' "Take 'I'lme to lie Holy" Church Has New Minister II, Arden Lawrcnee is the new minisl'.-r al the Crosby Church of Christ. Lawrcnee, who has been a. minister in Bay Ci!y for the past threi. years has just completed a building program in his former church. He and his wife. Dorothy, a:,'.' their four children have moved in Crosby. Mary, t'm.ir daughter is the eldest, 1 j-years-old. Their sons are Billy. 13; Chucky, •!, and T'aul M. ,\K1>K\ KAWKKNTK Howard, eight months. Servic"s at the Crosby church began with Filble study at. 51:4.^ a.m. earh fiunfliiy. Morning church servic" is at l'i:.V) a.m. v/i;h niRhl iiiiun. 1 !; al 7 p.;n. Mid week .-ervi' >• i.s htld m 7:" 1 .') p.m. We'IiifvJny. Tile minister's si'rni'ni iopieK for Sunday will be "Wnrkin(f Toffether With God"" and "Mosus and Chri.st." I-fc has invited the public to attend. Investigation Proposed To Study Damage By Jets \VAKHINCtTON a:P)—Hep. Patrick J. Hillings 'P.-Calif i ha:, propdSC'.l ;i House investigation to study meaivs of repayinif pcrsoiii-' whose property i? flam- jiped by jrt airplanes cracking the sound barrier. He s;>id that the federal g-ov- er-Timent has a 'basic responsibility" to pay persons for this dani;i(f' v since only governnvnt nircrait aie nsin^ i*:! erigin'V.. Hillings said \hr- force '';ui«<'.i i>'-' the jets' rriU-kiiifT the sound barrier has cracked walls, broken •viridows and Mil,!?bed ilishrs in \\Miicf.- duct |inrt being by Ronah) Keiper and Day. Clarke will he organist, Dr. MeClc.ilu-y will use for the sermon topic. "Christian Huppl- ness." This mrKsiiffi* will lie based on the book of Phlllppiim.i which bus been chosen n,t Book of the Month." 1'on Collins, U'ayne Xick- Jones, and a Karlcne \Vaiiilell. Officers of the Men's club, be- sidles Porter, are Fred P. Jone.'. \-ice president; Ix-onard Braswell, secretiiry, nnd C. H. Kelly, treasurer. 'Running To Win 1 Is Sermon Topic For Clyde Foltz "Running To Win" will be t.hrt sermon .subject, presented Sundtiy morning 1 at the First Christian clmrrb by the Hev. Clyde D. Fultz. minister, The* service will begin ill li.l:M a.m. Cliurch School with classes fur all ages will be held Ht !l:.|ft a.m. '1'he night program will bi:(;in nt (1 p.m. with food amf fellowship fulloweil by worship and study bu- Kinnitii; at 6:4, r j p.m. The Cbri.-itian \\'onien'n Kcllnw- ship svill meet in the Church parlor at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Official Hoard will meet nt. 7::!0 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Dr. Elmer Ferguson To Preach In First Presbyterian Pulpit C-m.'fd. minister .Sunday at tho Fir.it Presbyterian church will bo Or. J. Klnii.-r Ferguson, Minister l.'/meriuis of Central Presbyterian church, HoiiHton. Dr. Ferguson will preach at th« 11 a.m. .service. Spccird music will be presented by the choir nliiKi'iff the anthem "The Cherubim Song." .Firiit Presbyterian church will begin vacation Bible school at 8:30 a.m. Monday, aruiounccd Mrs. 13, I.* Shall, ifunernl chairma.it. The. school will begin with » K>;npral assembly. The assembly will Inclmfe the .'in/tint; of hymns, .scripture readings and an Illustrated I'.lble lesson. llandcriift and lesson study will follow in the cducnXionnl building, Oilier activities scheduled fill- file church include .Spiritual Llfr group meeting nt ID a.m. Monday in tln> sanctuary followed ri\ Neighborly service at II a.m. in the fellowship hall. A covered dish luncheon will be .served at noon. A jolnl ses.'.lon of Ihe Elders and I.VKCOIIK i;( called for 7:311 ii.m. Tuesday. The Rev. All red Dor.sctt will act :LS moderator and Dr. K. \V. Bowermiui, clerk. Pruyer groups One nivl Two will mci'i ni 0:no a.m. Wednesday in the sanctuary and the Men'.i prayer group is to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesdny in the homn of .lame.* Duvull. 30fi Knst Pcarcc. "Health ({"gullied >'}' DUeovcrliiic (Sod" KKCT, (150 KC; Sumlny 10:00 a.m. FIRST CHURCH CHRIST, SCIENTIST Services Sunday—11 A.M. Sunday School—I I A.M. Wednesday, Meeting—8 P.M. ((ending Koont Limited at. Micliiuiin and Nevitdu Streets, Open 1:30 lo 1:31) I'.M. Mondays - Tuesdays - Tliursilnyi Fridays. Wi-d. Hour* 1 lo 7:15 I'.M. "Benjamin Franklin was right!" "A penny saved is a penny earned!" . . . i have reason to know. My savings account at Harris County Federal Savings & Loan is adding up. It's nice to see my money earning dividends. Surely happy that I took Mr. Franklin's advice! HARRIS COUNTY FEDERAL SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 300 \\'. IVfr.-- Dint MM

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