Zanesville Times Recorder, January 29, 1971

Zanesville Times Recorder

January 29, 1971

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The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - January 29, 1971, Zanesville, Ohio 11-A THE TIMES RECORDER FRIDAY, APRIL 1972 Sermon Topics First Chorck Christ, Sclntist "Everlasting Punish- ment." Central Trwity Uiited Mettodist '-Getting Jack Out of the music, "From the Rising the Sun." Chancel Choir; "I Found a Choir. First Ckristtai "Can I Believe in Objective Morality in a World of WMdlaun Avenue Church of Christ Last and Testament of Christ" Grace Uiited Methodist The Power of Give St. Luke American Lutheran "Accepting the Evidence." First Baptist morning, Is evening, associational meeting. College Drhe lulled Prestyterian Image and Worship." Immanuel United Church of Christ The Church in the i World." St. John's Lutheran Hot Tune Strong Hot Tune Euclid United Methodist "Biands Out of the music, 'You 11 Uone' and Choir; Tell Me the Stories of Jesus and -Fairest Lord Children's Choir. a Ston to TeU to the "Climb Every Mountain." combined choirs. Jehovah's Witnesses North Unit. '-Learning from the DR. CAMPOLO Association Rally At Fair Oaks Music Service Features Hvinns A service of music, entitled "Hymns We Love To will be presented at the a.m.1 worship service Sunday at First United Methodist Church. Gardner Lipps, guest soloist, will sing "The Holy i-'Until Then." "In His "I Met the Master" "He Touched and "His Name is Wonderful." Rev. Mrs Robert B. St. Clan- will play organ and piano duets. t The Adult Choir will sing I "Search Me, 0 God." Utah has nearly 90 high schools with a total of 900 vocational programs._______ F Miracles of South Unit, Make "iour Flight to Safety." Coburn United Methodist The Chosen People." Meadow Farm United Methodist "What About Apostasy Todaj'" Putnam United Presbyterian The Singing music, 'Far, Far and -1 Know That Redeemer First UP Junior Choir the Morning D r. Anthony Campolo. and chamnan of the Department of Sociology at Eastern Baptist1 Philadelphia, will be guest speaker at the; ui 0 Daughter of music, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Early Our Song Shall Rise to Thee music Sing Senldr Choir. Ceitral Presbyterian Focus on the Issues "0 How Chancel Choir Market Street Baptist Life s Expectancy Faitfc United Methodist "The Pleasures of the music, "What the Uorld Needs Is Chancel Choir, "Father in Chapel Choir. Fair Oaks Baptist morning, Gods Promise of music, "I Heard the of Jesus Baptist Association Rallv ZanesviUe second quarterly Zanesvrlle, Baptist Association rally at 7 p.m. Sunday at Fair Oaks Baptist church. His topic will) Vlslons and OLD BIBLES REBOUND We accept orders all types of Bible A rative of Philadelphia, Dr. binding repairing.) Campolo was educated atlj r i Baptist CoUege IS done Eastern Seminary, and the Umversitj nf Pcnnsvlvania repemn? his OOOllOUlUlJlg] of Pennsylvania, receiving doctorate from Temple' University. He is founder of Evangelical University of Dominican Republic iJFor prices and more The 11 churches of the association win attend the information inquire service when the Baptist Youth ?at the: TTnllrtts srhm mil fnnHiift thp Fellowship conduct the opening with Donald Cain of Market Street Church as song leader Also participating will be Miss Elsie Bush of Fairl Oaks, organist, and Mrs Robert j Ernst of First Baptist pianist; the Oak Leaf Quartet of Fair Oaks Church, the Agape, Singers of Ebenezer Church and an instrumental group from j First Baptist Church A fellowship and refreshment hour will conclude the rally, which is open to the public. Conducting Services Rev. and Mrs. Ray Williams of English, Ind.. are conducting evangelistic services at the South ZanesviUe Westevan Church, M Shawnee avenue. South ZanesviDe. The services, feataring music by the evangelistics, will be held at eacb evening until May 7. Rev. Dennis S. Guile is pastor the church. SAUSAGE PANCAKE SUPPER EGGS FRIED MUSH SAT. APRIL 29th SERVING 4 to P.M. Rolling Plains United Methodist Church Adults M.25 Children 75' Nitroglycerin is a combina- tion of nitric and sulphuric acids and CALVARY BAPTIST) BOOKSTORE 554MoxahalaAve. ZanesviUe, Ohio Phone 452-6144 f THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE Your Vote AND Influence Appreciated RE-ELECT KENNETH MOODY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY RECORDER THANK YOU' Would you like to know how Christian Science heals? Come to this Christian Science Lecture "A BASIS FOR JUSTICE If By AlaisterG. Smith TUESDAY, MAY 2 AT P.M. NO ADMISSION CHARGE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 129 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ZANESVILLE.OHIO SOLARCOLOR nCTORETHMMT OTHBirCOLORTf wlfflUMUl'SKW Black Matrix Pkture Tube 18" Screen 29995 COMPARE MODBTN TV'S PRICE IEFORE YOU IUY! OUR LOW OVERHEAD LETS YOU IUY FOR LESS! MODERN TV AND APPLIANCES, INC. Stt'MAIKlT ST. 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