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Barstow Desert Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Barstow, California •pi 2-DKSEKT blSFATCH, Barstow, C \ -Sat.. May M. ItWli New Pastor Begins Work At Local Church Borstow Areo Religious News BAFISTOW - The Rev. Eddie Pate will tegin his ministry as pastor of the First Baptist Church, 1320 Barstow Road, on Sunday. Rev. Pate is married, and he and his wife, Myrla, have one son, Edsel Walker Pate, who is less than a year old. Rev Pate grew up in Anaheim. He received a bachelor’s degree from California Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas; and is currently enrolled in the doctor of m nistries program at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served as the children’s minister of the Euclid Baptist Church in Anaheim from 1976 through 1978, and was the pastor of the North Temple Baptist CTiurch in Dallas, from August 1982 to May 1986. First Baptist Church invites all to worship with them on Sunday at 11 a m. and at 6 p m., and to attend Bible Study at9;45a.m School Menus Barstow Unified School District Elementary Schools June 2 —June 6 Monday — Corn dog/mustard, carrot rounds/dip, fruit, pan bread, milk. Tuesday - Taco/meat/cheese, diced tomatoes./lettuce, fruit, cinnamon roll, juice cup, chocolate milk. Wednesday — Spaghetti w/meat sauce, vegetable, tossed salad. Italian bread, juice bar. milk. Thursday — Chili beans, fruit, corn bread, wacky cake, juice cup, chocolate milk Friday — Cooks and bakers choice .lunior High School June 2 —June 6 .Monday — Cheese pizza, french fries, shredded lettuce/tomato, chilled fruit, pan bread, milk. Tuesday — Taquitos. avocado sauce, carrot sticks, orange juice, milk. Wednesday — Chicken nugget, french fries, lettuce/tomato, Thousand Island Dressing, orange juice bar, milk. Thursday — Cheese burgers, french fries, lettuce/tomato/pickle, orange juice, wacky cake, milk. Friday — Taco burger, french fries, tossed salad, chilled fruit, milk. Silver Valley School District Elementary Schools June 2 —June 6 Monday - Turkey nuggets, hash browns, juicy treat, catsup, milk. Or spaghetti with meatballs green beans, juicy treat, bread and margarine, milk. Tuesday - Pot Luck Day Wednesday - Cheese and sausage pizza, fruit, frosty juice cup, milk. Or torpedo sandwich, fruit, frosty juice cup, mustard, milk. Thursday — Beef ’n bean burrito, tater barrels, juicy treat, taco sauce, milk Or toasted cheese sandwich, tater barrels, juicy treat, catsup, milk. Friday — Cheeseburger, french fries, fruit juice, hamburger bun, catsup (2), milk. Middle School June 2—Junes Monday - Turkey nuggets, hash browns, fruit or salad, catsup, milk. Tuesday — Pot Luck Day. Or hamburger, fruit or salad, frosty juice cup, hamburger bun, catsup, milk Wednesday — Cheeze and sausage pizza, fruit or salad, frosty juice cup, milk. Thursday — Beef ’n bean burrito, fruit or salad, taco sauce, milk. Friday — Cheeseburger, buttered corn, fruit or salad, hamburger bun, catsup, milk First United Methodist Church Church School for children, youth and adults begins promptly at 9:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary. The Worship Service will begin at 10:30 a.m. with Ruth Jackson as worship assistant. The Chancel Choir will sing the Anthem — “Jesus” led by Eve Dinkel, director. The Scripture Lesson from the Old Testament will be I Kings 8:22-23, 41-43; The Epistle from Galatians 1:1-10 and the Gospel Reading from Luke 7:1-10. Eve Dinkle will sing the solo - “I Found the Answer.” Pastor James Dinkle has chosen the sermon topic “Teach Us to Pray .” The congregation is cordially invited to return to the Fellowship Hall following the service of worship for a retirement celebration for Pastor Jim and Eve Dinkel. Pastor Jim will retire on June 13 from the California Pacific Conference after 40 years of devoted service to the Lord and church. The Jr./Sr. Hi UMYF will meet at the Youth Hut at 5:30 p.m. for weekly meetings. Monday — The Prayer and Share Group will meet at the home of Vie Fourtnerat9:30a.m. The evening Prayer and Share Group will meet at the home of Harry Dewey at 7 p.m. Tuesday - The Prayer and Share Group will meet at the home of the Jackson’s at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday - The Children’s Choir will rehearse with leader Dawn Lindsley at 3:30 p. m. The fine arts group of the UMYF will meet at 6:30 p.m. The Bible Study Group led by Pastor Dinkle will meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Chancel Choir will hold its weekly rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. Thursday — The Prayer and Share Group led by the Browns will meet at the home of Lloyd and Thelma Glenn for a mystery dinner prior to the 7:15 p.m. meeting. Friday — The Evangelism Commission will meet at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Saturday — The Junior Hi UMYF will leave for the week-end camp-out at the KOA in Victorville. Check time with leaders Mark and Kathy Scott. June 8 — The congregation and United Methodist Women will honor graduates who are members of the Church with a luncheon at the Fellowship Hall. First Congregational Church, U.C.C. This Sunday the Adult Bible Class will meet at 8:30 a.m. and the educational hour, for all ages, meets at 9:30 a.m. This will be the last meetings for both groups until the fall schedule is resumed in September. There will be a service of Holy Communion held during the 11 a.m. worship. Preparing the elements are Jane Rachuy and Daphney Blankenship. The Communion meditation, “Open-arms Compassion” is to be presented by the Reverend Glenn P. Schultz. Clifford Stephenson is the lay leader who will assist the service this week. William Circle is to give a mission moment. The children’s story will be told by Susan Gonzales. Greeters are the Herb Clarks. Barney Keller is the head usher this month. There will be a Membership Committee meeting after the service. Clara McKinney, chairman, will conduct the meeting. The fellowship time to follow the worship service is being hosted by the Joseph Clark family in the church library. In the afternoon, members of the Youth Group will go to Riverside for a youth rally at the UCC church in that city. The rally is scheduled from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Events of the week to follow include: Wednesday - The Women’s Fellowship will hold its final board meeting for the 1985-86 year at 10 a.m. in the church library. Janeane Farner will conduct the meeting, hearing reports from each member. Thursday -- Women’s work day will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All interested persons are encouraged to attend. Members and friends of the church are reminded that the summer schedule will begin in another week with worship at 10 a.m. starting June 8. First Assembly Of God Church Pastor Randall L Wood of Barstow First Assembly of God Church will continue his series on “The Family” in the morning and evening services this Sunday. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with classes for all ages and new converts. Morning Worship is at 10:50 with the sermon titled, “Wanted: Christian Families,” Part III in a series which continues through Father’s Day. Pastor Wood will present Part IV in the 6 p.m. service, titled “God’s Plan for Parents.” Sign language translation is available as is nursery care for children under 4 years of age. Cassette tapes of sermons are available by contacting the church office, 256-7177. Wednesday services have the emphasis on the family with an Adult Bible Study, Youth, Royal Rangers and Missionettes. Each group meets at 7 p.m. Again, nursery care is provided. The church is located at 501 Avenue A (at the south end of the street). Pastor Wood invites Religious News Lisa Sommerville Arges Lifestyle Editor everyone without a church home to visit First Assembly, and become part of the church family. Yermo Community Congregational Church The Yermo Community Congregational Church will have Sunday School at 9:30 and morning worship at 11 a.m. Pastor Lee will speak on the subject: “How to have true happiness.” The Contemporary Gospel Service will be at 7 p.m. A special movie will be shown starring Orel Hershiser, pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He will talk about excellence, and how it is important to “Give ’em all you got.” He also will talk about setting goals, and striving for the best. This is an excellent film for all young people of high school and college age. Tuesday at 7 pm. the weekly Bible Study is held. There will be a time of singing, a study from the book of James, and fellowship and refreshments following the study. Everyone is welcome. Community Calendor I Deadline for the Community Calendar is 9 a.m. the day prior to publication. Items for the Monday edition must he submitted by 9 a.m. Friday. Calendar items should include the name of the group, event, time, date and place. One additional sentence is permitted.) •For Your Information* Dog obedience training by the Hi Desert Sheepdog Club starting June 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Armory on Armory Road. Call 253-3671. Mt. Saint Joseph School summer school registration taking place. School is from June 23, 1986 to July 31.1986. Call 256-2397. Most Families needed for Japanese youths during four-week (July 17 to Aug 17) trip to the United States. Call 619-244-3758 or 619-245-6723. American Red Cross is now located at Shadowridge office buildings, 400 S. Second Ave., Suite 109. High Desert Vietnam Veterans support group, 7-9 p.m., first Wednesday at VFW in Lenwood, 2nd and 3rd Wed. at Calico House Restaurant, 4th Wed. at 320 Barstow Road. Call Mac at 256-0376 for information. Parents Without Partners for single parents. Activities include meetings, group discussions, family and social activities. Call 256 7739 or 252-2431 Volunteers Needed to drive cancer patient to treatments, call Priscella Andrews at 256-6818. Blood Bank, 2-6 p.m. second Tuesday of every month, Barstow Community Hospital. Give the gift of life. Army Community Services Outreach Center counseling and assistance for Barstow area active duty and retired military families, 40o"s. Second Ave. room 209. Call 256-1735. Barstow Literacy Campaign helps adults learn to read or read better. Contact the county library on Buena Vista or call 256-8481. Parents Support Group for children with dyslexia or other learning disabilities For information, call 256-5090. Narcotics Anonymous Hotline, (619) 241-1119. For information on area meetings, call 253-7669. Alcoholics Anonymous - If you have a drinking problem and wish to stop, call 252-1770, 252-2387, 253-2298, 256-5518 or 256-1990. Battered Women, call the Desert Sanctuary at 256-3441. Hospice of Mojave Valley Inc., volunteer patient care for the terminally ill. Call 256-5706. Meals On Wheels for senior citizen shut-ins (60 or older) provides nutritious meals, call 256-9111 or 253-7221. Vietnam Veterans, free professional counseling services, call 1-800-523-7052 SATURDAY, MAY 31 St. Joseph’s Family Festival 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Food, games, entertainment and garage sale, Mexican food. SUNDAY, JUNE 1 VFW breakfast, 9 noon Sundays, 25190 W. Main St. Members invited. June 2 Church Alive service at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sundays at Dana Park Building, Barstow Road and Virginia Way. For more information call Pastor Bob Halverstadt at 256-3187. a.m. to 5 p.m. Food, games, entertainment and garage sale, Mexican food. Kappa Lambda Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Founder’s Day Tea and program, 2 to 4 p.m., 4.30 Broadway. Lucy Saxe hostess. Odessa Rebekah ¡.«dge ice cream social from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Oddfellows Hall, 109 Avenue F. Narcotics Anonymous open meeting, 8 p.m. Sundays, room 14 at St. Joseph’s Church. For information, call Jim or Debbie at 253-7669, or Robin at 2^<-.5346 Hotline, call (619)241-lliy. MONDAY, JUNE 2 Barstow Gardeners will host the Desert Empire District post convention meeting 9:30 a.m. at the Women’s Club, 35278 Avenue H. The National Association of Retired Federal Employees will hold an executive board meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the Mojave Valley Senior Citizens building, 555 Melissa. All officers asked to attend. Women of the Moose enrollment meeting at 7 p.m. Officers meeting ot follow. Al-Anon meeting, 8 p.m. Mondays, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 512 E. Williams St. For those whose lives are affected by someone else’s drinking. TUESDAY, JUNE 3 TOPS No. 956 meeting, 9 a.m Tuesdays, Housing Dept, on 421 Seventh St. Call 256-1839. Women of the Word, 10 a.m. Tues days, The Cornerstone, 2.5645 W. Main St. Woman, wife and mother S6ri6S. Desert Holly Garden Club will hold its last regular meeting of the season at 10:30 a.m. at the Officers Club on the Marine Corps Logistics Base. Silver Valley Farm Bureau Center pizza .night at Straw Hat East 5 to 9 p.m. Weight Watchers, 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Women s Clubhouse. H Street. Call 1-800-821-3342. Daggett Volunteer Fire Department meeting/drill 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the fire hall. 35588 E.* Highway 66, Daggett. Boy Scout Troop 60 meeting, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, United Methodist Church, 404 E. Mt View St. Boys, 11-18. Call 253-2491. Parenting Seminar at 7 p m. at Community Services Center, 1401 Center Street. James Dobson’s Focus on Family film series, “What Wives Wish Husbands Knew About Women Part 1. Eagles Lodge card night, 7 p.m. Tuesdays, 312.35 E Main St. Call 252-5743. Support Group for adult children of alcoholics, 7 p.m. Tuesdays, 405 E. Buena Vista Call Helen Wilson at 256-0377. All High Desert Corvette owners come join High Desert ’Vettes Ltd. club for a social and meeting at Rositas’ lounge 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4 American Legion Post 751 Newberry Springs Community Blood Bank from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Community Center. Call 257-3173. Narcotics Anonymous closed meeting, 6 p.m. Wednesdays, Jasper Park in Grandview. Hotline, call (6191 241-1119. Call Jim or Debbie at 253-7669, or Robin at 253-5346. Non-denominational service, 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Christian Faith Center of the World, 900 S. Second. Call 254-2236. The Cornerstone Bible study, 7 p.m. Wednesdays, 25645 W. Main St. in Lenwood. Non-denominational word church. Public welcome. Boy Scout Troop 62 weekly meetings, 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Skyline North School. Call Don Cunningham at 256-1839. Church Alive service at 7 p.m. Wednesdays at Dana Park Building, Barstow Road and Virginia Way. For more information call Pastor Bob Halverstadt at 256-3187. Barstow Community Hospital Lamaze classes, 7 p.m. Wednesdays, hospital conference room. Call 252-4055 after 5 p.m. THURSDAY, JUNE 5 .Artist Group meets Thursdays 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. to paint at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Mt. View St. Call 254-2882 for information. St. Cecilia’s Guild of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will have a salad luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 51212 E. Williams St. Public invited. $3 donation requested. California Retired Teachers Association buffet dinner at 5:30 p.m. at Rancho Del Lago Mobile Estates, Apple Valley. $5.50 per person. Reservations needed by May 30. Call 256-1991. TOPS Ca No. 286, 6 p.m. weigh in, 6 30 p.m. meeting Thursdays, American Federation Union Hall, 111 W. Main St. SCIENCE OF MINI) CENTER lihurch of Krliuioii!* Sciptio*' Sunday Services 11 a.m, f' IJr.SooUi. PaHtor ‘Angels On The Highways’' Wednesday Evening Healing Service 6:30 p.m. 1271 W. Main 256-0011 Fourtquara Church 136 W. Main St. 256-6076 Ptarffor Robert A Tammy Burnett Sunday ^ 9:30 Sunday School 10:45 Worship Service & Childrens Church Every 3rd Sunday-Willic George & Gospel Bill Show Ministries 6:00 Worship Service Wednesday 7:00 Family Night Nursery Care Provided for All Services A WINNING BEGINNING Reflect on the message of Peace and Love_ Jnited Pentecostal Church 1,351 Sanry St. Pastor A.J. Walston 1 Sunday: lüa.m. & U a ni. Tuesday: 7 p.m Thursday: 7 p.m St. Philip Neri Catholic Church 25.33 Third St. Lenw<»od Off Paris \vi‘. Sat. Mass C p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10 p.m. 253-5412 New .Age Center Of IJghl >1rla|ihyvi<iil Cfiilrr Sum)») II a.m %or>.lii|) Sr\i<»' ami Junior l.hurr'h Iter. flU Stmu    lilt    Bootmss 27575 Trwertiitt Union Missionary Baptist Church 1.360 Riverside Dr. Barstow Sunday School 9’30-10:30 Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. BTLi 5 p.m Pastor Rev. Wayman Brown, Sr. Seventh Day Adventist Bilingual Church 1060 Monterey Street Sabbath School ):30 a.m Worship Hour 11:00 a m Spanish Revelation Seminar Mon , Wed., Fri. 7:00 p.m Church Phone 252-5703 Pastor Raul Hernandez 2564)731 East Barstow Southern Baptist Church Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve. Service 7 p.m. Pastor Res. James R. Hailey 30988 Armory Road 252-3918 Shepherd Of llie Desert Lutheran Church 1.3U1 K. Mtn. View 256-1624 Sunday School 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist 10:30 a.m. lohn Robinson, Pastor 252 2394 Nuisery Care Provided Bethel A.M.E. Church .312 >. .’Uh Av<-. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ^ r^or^hip 11 a.m. R. minwr In^nhin,. Ministrr 2">6-2(a3 The ’Bethel Family" extend» you a hearty VEUOME Foneurdia laitheran (^hurrh Missouri Svnotl t2tl A*e. ’F i;6-2tl3() Sunday School 8:50 a.m. For .411 .Xges Worship to a.m. (Nursery Care Providedr Christian School, Pre-School Kindergarten, Daycare Director, Denise Urson 35«-203fi Pastor R»v. William L. Duerr, Jr. Ijindniariv Missionary Rnptist C.hiireh (V.B.A.I 34836 Cedar Grandview Sunday School 9:45 a.m, c Preaching 11 a.m. Evangelistic Service 6:00 p.m. Pastor L.T. Sparks First Congrelional Church, LCC V4H 22tt N. .Secxind .4vc. <f:«Fa.m. F.ducational Hour (411 .4gcs) 11 a.m. Wurshi|i S«-rxice iVtith t;hild Can l lOlenn P Schultz Minister 2.56-.3141 «r 252-5227 © JESUS mss mu First United Methodist Church E. Mt. View at Barstow Road Pastor Rev. James Dinkel 256-2932 Sunday Srlitw>l 9:15 a.m. tXiirsliip S*-rviee 10:30 a.m. Freewill C.O.G.l.C. 115 Lrooks St. 256-7615 Stintiay Services Sundav School 9;.30 a.m. Morning Worship II a.m. l.P.Vi.Vt, h (. 111. Vlomlay II X 1 'I. 'i :iO a.m. lues I* A H.B. 7 p.m. ^vi\.    rn f’flsior Fthfie M ///is Uommunily Bible Church Of Daggett Vn Indeprndeni Itildi' Iraehing Minintry Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wonhip Service 11 a.ffl. ( 6 Wed. Bible Prayer Meeting 7 pm. Pastor Raymond Carey 35609 South St. Daggett 1 blah south of post office Oasis Missionary Baptist Church 165 W. Grace St. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. B.M.A. Church of Christ Conservative Brethren Meeting Lainwood Fire Hall Sunday Service, Study 10 a m Worship 11 am. Evening, Study 6 p m. Minister, Paul Wildhck 256-7746 LIGHT HOUSE Of 1 HE DESERI Morning Uor^hip a.m. SiintlüA Ni'htHil P,\t-ning >^urxhip p.m !$685l I N|. Hinkh y Sitnwvl Ihmiu). Ii‘nw«M)d Coiniminity Church 2.5IOt Vti'sl Main ttavm- Mirk. IV»(»r •25.3-23,36 ^umlay Sehmd at 9:45 a.m. MurnioK V(or«hip II a.m. K^i'ninif Worship p.m. Bihle Bast'd, Christ (á'nlt'red FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1941 Ml. Vernon Sunday Sch(»l 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:50 a.m. Evening Service 6 p m. Wednesday Service 7 p.m. Oatid Ca/iert. Pastor 256-292: Yermo Community Congregational ('hureh A Bible Teaching Church NW of Termo El. School Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Contemporary Service 7 pm. Iji‘ Burris. I’asUir 251-2.58“ St. Paul's Flpiscupal Church 512 E. Vi tlliaius Sunday 8X Mr a.m. IIiiIn Conmiunion Kot> V(.'dn.Mln> 6 p.iii. Holy Communion Hci. Il.irlan I thilu l 'iífc-JKÜ Worship With Us! First Assembly of God Church 501 Ave. "A” Pastor Randall Wood 9 30 i.m. Sunday School (or all a|M. 10:50 a m Pastof »(o«d"»(iiiled: Christian Families" 6:00 nm Pastor Wood"God’s Plan for Paitnl’s" Sign language and nuisei» cue provided Wednosdar 7 pm. Mult Bible Study -Rev. Randall Wood. Mh. Royal Rangers and Misswiettes meet. 256-7177 A/GStfiie/ ImfiU lU *pixdi ^dUr^ud ^irmdk Oh Sevtdim 256-5411 256-3357 457 Sa First (corner of Mt View & First) Sunday. 10 a.m Sunday School II a.m. Vlotsliii) Service 6 pm Evening Worsliip Wednesday 7 pm. family NigH Ail Welcome Nuiseiy Avadable Pastor John Perr'a Jfcus Dni'k lou! First Christian Church H & Nancy Hex. Floyd H. McCarthy Service at 10:43 .Sunday School 9:.30 a.m. Victory Christian Center 514 S. 7th Sunday Srhmtl 9:.3(l Vtorship 10:45. W. d. 7:.30 I’aston: Sails A Wrsly Ht-rkman Assoi. Castor: David Watson Trinity Baptist Church (Coniervative) 2790 Barstow Road Samuel Bulkley, Paator Robert Bate», Assoc. Pastor Nancy Wunker, Minister of Music 9:30 Sundoy School (oil ogai)    11    o.m.    Chlldron'i    Church 6:00 Evoning Sorvlco    7    P-m.    Wudnoadoy 11 o.m. Wonhip Sorvlco Slblo Study k Proyor Group 7:00 Choir Practico Nursory — Ail Sorvices Barstow Church of Christ 256-2KH A.M. “Thi'sc Three Abide” P.M. "The Sermon Is Finished” liidie» Class 10 a.m., Bilde Study 7 p.m. • 4 VISt lDR ONCE 4NI) THEN A FRIEND ' Burt V. Pauley. Minister 1031 W. Buena Vista 256-2895 dtPnlalaalWfrBbileiiiChntl) Wbtri In Christs [m CntyoM is Somcofii Hi-Desert Christian Reformed Church 10:30 a.m. Morning Service 6:30 p.m. Evening Service Worshiping In The Spanish Seventh-Doy Adventist Church at 1060 Montarey Rev. Verían Van Ee, Pastor    Church School 11:45 a.m. Office 252-1971 Home 252-1970    Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. SeMd "TíiéeMacie 0udicJk ^ Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Mo.-ning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Night 6 p.m. Wed. Night Youth Service 7 p.m. Thurs. Morning ; Ladies Bible Study 9:30 a.m. 1221 Barstow Rd.. Barstow Offica 252-2727 V. George Lynch, Pastor Rasidanca 252-2369 . it *-•,3 I-' I "Í n ' ) ' ■'I* *

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