Oxnard Press Courier, June 15, 1957, Page 9

Oxnard Press Courier

June 15, 1957

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Oxnard Press Courier (Newspaper) - June 15, 1957, Oxnard, California Christian Church CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH SERVICES Westminster Presbyterian Church Saviers Road at Hughes Drive — Dean W. Miller, Pastor 9:45 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL 11 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE Sermon: 'The Fatherlike Love of God" 0:00 Youth Westminster Fellowship 7:00 P.M. THE ABUNDANT Crib and Nursery Care Provided    LIVING FELLOWSHIPVINEYARD ESTATES BAPTIST CHURCH (AMERICAN BAPTIST CONVENTION) Walnut & Citrus Avenues, El Rio SERVICES SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................9:45 AM. WORSHIP SERVICE ..................................,..11 A.M. ADULT FELLOWSHIP..............................7:30 P.M. "A Family. Church in Your Community" FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 6th and "D" Streets REV. JOSEPH E. KROPFF, Pastor Two Morning Services 8;30 and 11:00 Sermon by the Rev. Kropff "REMEMBER THE SABATH" Music by The Chancel Choir 9:30 A.M. Church Bible School for All Ages % 7:30 P.M. The Hour of Power Series on the Life We Prize Sermon Topic: "LOOKING IN THE MIRROR" Crib and Nursery Care Provided at All Services FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EL RIO COLLINS and CORTEZ Sts. Morning Worship ..........11:00 A.M. Evening Worship............7:30 P.M. Sunday School..............9:45 A.M. Training Union .............6:30 P.M. A FRIENDLY CHURCH A VITAL MESSAGE NURSERY CARE AT ALL SERVICES AFFILIATED with SO, BAPTIST COW. Vacation Bible School —•— June 17 to 28 8:30 to 11 -30 A.M. St* Paul's Methodist Church 6th and *C Streets, Oxnard Minister«: Magee Wilkes and David Dl Profio 8;30 & 11:00 Morning Worship Service “GOD WAS IN CHRIST" The Rev. Magee Wilkes e. 7 00 Evening Services "DISCIPLINE of CHRISTIAN THOUGHT" The Rev. Magee V/ilkes 7:45 P.M. M & M Club, Young Professional Group Crib and Nursery Care at all Services    Rev* Mafta Wilkts SATURDAY. JUNE 15. 1957    OXNARD PRESS-COURIER—PHONE HU 3-1101 rAGE nvi Christian Scientists Name New Head of Mother ChurchSouthern Baptist Church, 241 Hill St. 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 A M. MORNING WORSHIP 6:30 PAA. TRAINING UNION 7:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP MURRY E. HALL, Pastor Nuisery Cart at All Services CHRIST UNITY CHURCH of Ventura 396 S. San Clemente Ml 3-9491 William I. Noonan, Minister 11 A.M. Devotional "Attaining Real Brotherhood" John 13:34-35 Sunday School — Adult Class Youth of Unity — 9:30 A.M. Women of Unity—Mon. 10:30 A.M. H’OMKX TO TEACH children at a four-week religious vacation school sponsored by the Santa (Mara Church completed a review of classroom techniques this week with Sister Rose Maurice. Those in the program are Mines. Dorothy Roanhaus, Lee McGrath, Loretta Smith, Charlotte Stonestreet, Sonja Halton, Lyda Borchard, Dolores Nawrocki, Eva Kingsbury and Anna Hammond. Mrs. Florefice Bureh also participating, was not present when the picture was taken. 500 Catholic Children Set for Summer School More than 500 Catholic grade school children are expected to attend a four-week religious vacation school sponsored by the Santa Clara Church. The classes will begin at 9 a.m. Monday at six “catacheti-cal’1 or instruction centers. The classes will be taught by 10 Sisters of St. Joseph and nine lay teachers who recently completed a 10-week course in class- room methods’ In Oxnard the classes will be at Santa Clara Grammar School. St. Anthony’s Grammar School, Our Lad}' of Guadalupe Grammar School, and Cristo Rey Church. Classes also will be at the Santa Clara Church in El Rio and Mary, Star of the Sea Church in Port Hueneme.’ Women's Chapter „ To Meet Thursday The Women’s Chapter of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society will meet Thursday night for the first time in its new business year and with new officers. Newly elected officers are Mrs. John Rice, president; Mrs. Troy West, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Henry Rice, study chairman. The meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Alfred To-polinski, 314 E. Nectarine street. FOURSQUARE CHURCH 7th and C Sts. SUNDAY SCHOOL ........... Martha Sage, Director 9:45 A.M, Miss Terrell Oxnard* Woman Is Mormon Missionary Miss Charlotte S. Terrell of Oxnard has accepted a call to the Spanish American mission, it was announced today by V. Glenn Johnson, bishop of the Oxnard Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Miss Terrell will train for a week in Salt Lake C^ before leaving on June 26 for her mission headquarters. A farewell testimonial will be given her at (5:30 p.m. Sunday at the church. BOSTON (IT) — Miss Mabel E. Lucas of Brookline, Mass., has been named president of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Her appointment to the ono-year tjrm to succeed Clifford A. Woodard of Cambridge was announced by the Christian Science Board of Directors at the annual meetiig of the Christian Science Church which had its world headquarters here. Miss Lucas, a native of Idaho who grew up in Spokane, Wash., joined the Mother Church in 1000 and for many years devoted her full time to the public practice of Christian Science healing. She is a charter member of the Christian Science organization at Simmons College. Acting Member She has served as Second Reader of a branch church and has been a member of the Bible Lesson Committee which prepares the lesson-sermons used by all the Christian Science churches for their Sunday services. In a special statement issued during the annual meeting the directors declared that “Humanity is gaining freedom from the bondage of sickness, sin and limitation through the growth Mabel E. Lttras in spiritual understanding.” Commenting on the phenomenal progress mankind has made in breaking the barriers of limitation in all fields of thought and endeavor, the directors emphasized that “true ¡progress can be measured only ¡by growth in spiritual under-Istanding and by the demonstra-|tion of spirituality.” * Around the Churches NISEI DELEGATES F. W. Takasugi, Y. Toyohara and the Rev. F. Iritani are delegates of the Nisei Methodist Church at the Pacific Japanese Provisional Conference June IS to 24 in Los Angeles. FATHERS HONORED Fathers will be honored in activities of the Foursquare Church this weekend. At 7 tonight a father and son dinner will be held. Gifts will go to the youngest, the oldest and the father with the most children at Sunday’s service. GRADUATES HONORED Graduates, ranging from elementary school to college will ¡be honored at the 11 a.m. worship at the First Presbyterian 'Church. The Rev. Joseph Kropff also announced a new series of messages, “The Life We Prize,” In which an analysis of the American Way of life in the struggle with Communism will be made. SPIRITUAL UPLIFT — One-minute inspirational talks which come over the telephone automatically have been begun at St. Paul’s Methodist Church. Here the Rev. Magee Wilkes and his assistant the Rev. David Di Profio are at the machine which turns out the tape-recorded messages.    Pross-Courier Photo Telephone Message Offers Spiritual Uplift Anytime you feel the need for a bit of spiritual uplift, just 'dial Hunter 3-7014. You’ll hear a voice greeting you and asking you to “Share with us this thought today.” Then will come a brief, one-minute inspirational message including a quotation from the Scriptures and a short prayer. The voice will be that of the Rev. Magee Wilkes, pastor of St. Paul’s Methodist Church, or]versational,” Mr. Wilkes em-his assistant, the Rev. David phasized. De Profio. ‘    They just give a brief, devo- ! The voices are tape record-1 tional and inspirational to those •    frigs on a small machine which i who feel the need,” he explain-automatically goes into action led. •    when the telephone number is1 The automatic service oper-dialed.    |ates 24 hours per day. “Anyone | Mr. Wilkes began the system .can call at any time of day or ,of automatic telephone messag-jes this week to “give more spiritual aid to our people.” night,” Mr. Wilkes said. The inspirational message system is planned to run for a The messages are “non con-whole year, he said. CONVENTION WORKER j Barbara Barker of Oxnard is 'one of the executive council members on the convention committee which planned the annual session of the House of Young Laymen of the Episcopal i Diocese of Los Angeles which • is In session today. «Ci) »ad "J)" Street» /    .Newton II. IJrontoit, Minister HO CREED BUT CHRIST—NO BOOK BUT THE BIBLE BIBLE SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. 11 a.m. Worship sermon: "Faith of our Fathers" —NURSERY PROVIDED— 6 30 p.m. Christian Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Service. Motion picture: "How the B*ble Spreod" A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALLFirst Church of Christ, Scientist Corner 2nd and D Street* SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. — CHURCH SERVICE 11 A.M. Ltsjon Sermon Subject tor TomorrowGOD, THE-PRESERVER OF MAN Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meeting 8 o'clock Reading Room — 3M So. B Street Open 12 to 5 Daily, Monday and Friday 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. Child Car« Provided During Sunday Morning SecvJct Warren Twyford Vocation Bible School ‘••ne 17-28 9-12:00 Doily "Pioneering with Christ'7 MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 Fathers Honored Gift for the Oldest, Youngest and One with the Most Children -— Warren Twyforti, Preaching CKVSADEKS.......................... . 6:00 P.M. Merclene Wilson, Counselor £ VEXING SERVICE ..........................K 7:30 P.M. Only Fathers on Program Rev. Thompson, Prearhing MIDWEEK SERVIC«? WED.................. 7:00 P.M. Everybody Welcome A <guaranteed Peace Thou dost keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee. Have you ever met or known a man who never becomes frustrated or irritated under any situation— in his work, social or home life? Although unseen, to him God is as real as any human companion can be. He never seems to experience anxiety, impatience or resentment. No one can be happy whose mind is not at rest. No mind can be at rest that lacks assurance concerning the ordering of the world of men and things. Almost invariably the type person described above derives the greatest possible value from church attendance. He relies upon his church activities to keep himself stayed on Him. If it works for him it will work for you or for any of us, THIS SINCERE: WEEKLY MESSAGE SUBSCRIBED TO AND PAID FOR BY THE FOLLOWING: AUTOMOTIVE DIALERS BAILEY MOTORS De Soto-Plymouth 465 North Oxnard Blvd. R, D. NESEN Oldsmobile-Cadilloc 541 N. Oxnard Blvd. MAULHARD7 BUICK 350 So. Oxnard Blvd. MAULHARDT EQUIPMENT CO. International 815 North Oxnard Blvd. HERB GOULD PONTIAC Pontiac 840 South Oxnard Blvd. CABINET WORK OXNARD CABINET SHOP 1552 Cypress DEPARTMENT STORES SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 427 South A Street DRUG STORES WILLIS PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS 113 North A St. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Reardon Bros. Mortuary 5]1 North A St. FURNITURE STORES JOHNSTON, The Home Furnisher 437 South A Street FEED STORES CARR FEED & SEED CO. 1258 South Savler* Road GROCERY STORES A & P FOOD STORE 235 West 4th Street SANTA CRUZ MARKETS 752 South A Street HOME DEVELOPMENT SUNKJbT PLAZA 224 \V. Dempsey Rd INSURANCE HOWARD F. RENO—Insurance 229 South Oxnord Blvd. LINOLEUM LINEOLEUM STUDIO 404 South B St. LUMBER COMPANIES PEOPLES LUMBER CO. 1051 South A Street MEN'S WEAR DIENER'S—Smort Men's Wear 534 South A Stret MARTIN'S MEN SHOP 138 West 5th Street KANE'S MEN'S SHOP 438 So. A Street PLUMBING YUBETA'S PLUMBING 210 Colonia Rood RADIATOR SERVICE NORM S RADIATOR SHOP 126 West 1st St, REAL ESTATE EDWIN L CARTY 326 South A Street RESTAURANTS OXNARD MOTEL COFFEE SHOP 747 North Oxnard Blvd. SAVING end LOAN GUARDIAN SAVINGS 2. LOAN B and 6th Sts. OXNARD SAVINGS & LOAN 560 South A street SEWING MACHINES FRY'S.SEWING CENTER 316 North 5th St, TELEVISION STORES ACME RADIO-TV 236 West 4th Street HOFF TELEVISION 308 South 5th Street WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL ANITA'S STORE 327 South A Street DOLLY BRIGHAM DRESS SHOP 240 West 5th Street VAN AND STORAGE OXNARD VAN and STORAGE J 556 frne .. r    ù You Are Invited to Go to Church This Sunday • TWO SERVICES 8:00 and 10:45 a.m. Sermon: "WHO ARE WE?" 9: ] 5 Sunday School, Grades 1-12 10;45 a.m.—Sunday School, ages 3-5 respectively Nursery core during the worship LUTHERAN CHURCH OF OUR REDEEMER Dtrl* Avt, end f Stmt l-blQf*k north of St. John's Hospital IRVIN TWIIT, PflHor ;