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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Carthage, Missouri
Olo graduate to be ordained to Priesthood the Rev. Thomas Wrzos Omi a member of the oblate fathers with Headquarters in St. Paul Minn., will be ordained to the roman Catholic Priesthood sunday at the Chapel of Kings House of retreats Buffalo Minn. He attended our lady of the n Victory Grade school in Minneapolis before entering out lady of the ozarks prep school in Carthage for his High school training. In May 1964, he was graduated from the Junior College of our lady of the ozarks prep school Here. In 1967 he received his . Degree in philosophy from the oblate major Seminary at pass Christian miss. He made his final profession As oblate of Mary immaculate aug. 15, 1968. Cantata will be presented sunday at Carterville combined choirs of the Carterville United methodist Church and Webb City Nazarene Church will present a Christmas cantata at 7 30 . Sunday at the Carterville Church. The cantata love transcending will be narrated by the Host pastor the Rev. Jerry Campbell. Solos will be presented by Wesley Bivins Matthew Holt Clara Medley Hay Kepple Mary Ann Chenoweth and else Danner. A duet will be presented by Clara Medley and Ray Kepple. Candle lighting services will follow the worship service under the direction of the Rev. Or. Campbell. Carthage press sat., december 19, 1970�?p-5 Rev. Paris speaker at kiwanis meeting the Rev. Wendell Paris presented the Christmas meditation program Friday at the kiwanis club luncheon meeting at the a amp a cafe. The Rev. Or. Paris spoke of the providences of god and of Many events prior to the birth of Jesus. Announcement was made by club president Gary Denney the next two weeks meetings will be wednesday noon instead of Friday. Warren Baxter Pittsburg Kan. Was a visitor. Carterville Bow party Carterville business and professional women will have a Christmas dinner party at 6 p in. Monday in the Home of mrs. Wesley Bivins 227 East main. Gifts will be exchanged Between the members and then taken to big Brothers in Joplin for Christmas. Fifteen dollars Worth of toys also will be sent to the retarded children a Home in Marshall. Mrs. Ruth Bramham a club member will present a Christmas Story. Mrs. Gale Forrester will be the co hostess. Is salvation army completing Busy season in the Christmas spirit the salvation army with the help of interested citizens of the Community strives to make Joyful the season for Many underprivileged individuals and families. Ann Landers dear Ann Landers i am a Divorcee 34�?but i look younger. The a a problem i am writing about Isnit exactly a problem yet but it could be. So i am writing to Ann Landers in the spirit of a preventive i am planning to marry a Man who is a few years my Junior. Phil is divorced but he has no children. We Are both in love for the very first time. The potential problem is my daughter. Babs is 14 going on 20 if you get what i mean. She is As fully developed As i was when i married. The girl has entirely too much sex Appeal for a kid her age. Whenever Phil is around manner and is shamefully aggressive. Probably testing her femininity i have said nothing to anyone but it bothers me a great Deal. Should i speak to Babs or to Phil or should i keep quiet does this Bode ill for the future Babs is really a Good girl but her own father ignored her and perhaps this is Why she is so eager for male attention. I should Tell you that my daughter is hostile and openly competitive with me. Am i Over reacting what do you think a Tinderbox dear to psychiatrists Call the step daughter crush the Phaedra Complex. Phaedra was a mythological character in greek literature who married an older Man this sometimes occurs with natural fathers and sexy daughters but less often because of our cultural taboos against incest. One of the principle motivating factors of Couse is a daughters inborn competitiveness with her Mother. Say nothing to Babs. She would interpret your uneasiness As fear and insecurity. Phil should be alerted to the seductive aspect of the girls behaviour. His reaction should be a fatherly response a Friendly but not too intimate. The poor girls problem is As you suggested rejection from her real . Dear Ann Landers my father in Law is a Nice Guy but whenever he has dinner with us he does something that makes me sick to my stomach. Just before the dessert is served he lights up a cigarette then he mashes the cigarette out in the leftover potatoes or whatever is on his plate. When i see him do this i get so mad i cuss under my breath. Done to suggest that i Tell him. My husband will not tolerate any criticism of his father. Please Ann suggest something. My ulcer kicks up every time he does this disgusting Doris dear . The moment you father in Law lights up remove his dinner plate and replace it with a Nice big Wasny to it dear Ann Landers i am writing in behalf of the dogs and cats of America. Please Tell people who have no feelings for animals to do themselves and the animals a favor and Stop putting on an act for friends and neighbors. Some people believe a dog it a a cat will make the House seem More pets Are frequently used As props for family photographs and Christmas cards. Inform the Reading Public miss Landers that folks who do not genuinely love animals should take them to the nearest humane society. Too Many people done to know that the humane society is for All pets not just strays. In some states there is a modest charge for leaving these unfortunate creatures. In Michigan it is . Dear . Hooray for Michigan and thanks for the information. Part of the program was toy town held Friday in the Citadel basement of the salvation army to Benefit needy children of Carthage. Mrs. Richard Locarni route 4, left and mrs. Robert Myers 510 East fourth spent most of thursday preparing the toys. City fireman have worked Long hours in repairing toys and merchants donated a share of them. Women of the army a citizens advisory Board helped with the guidance of mothers of needy families in the selection of the toys for each child. W. D. Doc Hughes 1400 River repaired thirty rods and reels for distribution this year. Last year More than 1000 toys were Given away and an equal amount will be distributed to Many youngsters in Carthage again this year. Each year More than too Christmas food baskets Are distributed to families in the area in cooperation with other agencies and groups who help prepare the baskets and deliver them. Last year the salvation army youth club prepared the baskets and this year the army a girl guards and sunbeams will undertake the project. Another part of the army a Christmas activities is the Golden agers dinner at the Drake hotel. Included in this event will be Many elderly citizens who would otherwise spend Christmas alone. Gifts will be Given to each Golden Ager. The army is not Only Active at the Christmas season. Throughout the year character building activities Are held several nights during the week. During the summer Young people attend spiritual Camps regular religious meetings Are held and the army serves by helping stranded travellers in emergency situations. Currently there exists a great need for financial help for work done All year and any excess from the Christmas fund will go toward army a work. Diamond first Baptist Church Emu met in the Church Hall thursday for their Christmas dinner. President mrs. Buford Macy presided. A gift Exchange was held. Members fixed Christmas plates for 14 Diamond shut4ns. Present were mrs. Earl Rickman mrs. Elmer White and Ladonna mrs. Ralph Tastad mrs. Cedric Wheeler mrs. Clifford Linn mrs. Murrel Prock mrs. Lewis Lindley mrs. Herbert of Daniel mrs. Huck Slavens mrs. Bruce Burkey mrs. Ethel Waggoner miss Nellie Waggoner and mrs. Esther Morgan. Gleaners class Diamond Christian Church held their annual Christmas dinner in the Church Hall. President mrs. Della Heck master presided. A gift Exchange was held and the class distributed candies to 17 Diamond Hutins. Attending were mrs. Ray Mathis mrs. Fred Cole mrs. Tom Musser mrs. Della Heck master mrs. Myrtle Morris mrs. Lena p. Smith mrs. Nelle Boehning mrs. Rhoda Heifner mrs. Lela Massey mrs. Buelah Mathis mrs. Blanch slump mrs. Harriet Vaughn mrs. Lois Brookshire and guests or. And mrs. Jim Cook and Kimberly mrs. Wayne Martin mrs. Clovis Stipp and mrs. Buelah Moss. Builders sunday school class Temple Baptist Church met monday night at the Church for the Christmas dinner and Exchange of gifts. Prayer was delivered by Carl Lewton. Mrs. Earl Royer presided. The meeting was opened with group singing. A special number was presented by or. And mrs. Robinson mrs. Gurley and the Rev. L. P. Jordan. Or. Jordan gave the devotions on the spirit of Christmas taken from the Book of Luke. There were 19 members and five guests present. Christmas meeting of the Carthage Sunshine society was held thursday afternoon at Fellowship Hall of the first Baptist Church. The Hall was decorated with poinsettias and Holly berries. Mrs. Florence Hurst vice president opened the meeting with the Salute to the Flag. The Sunshine song was led by mrs. Robert Alexander accompanied by mrs. Jewel Boillot. The club motto followed. Mrs. Edna Thomas devotional chairman introduced mrs. May Devereaux guest speaker who presented an account of the Christmas Story beginning first with Bethlehem. She asked the question How far is Bethlehem from your life Bethlehem is the Fountain head of Joy in each life. The True love of god was when he gave his Only son As a gift to the world which is above every gift she said. She closed with a special prayer. During a business session cards were signed to be sent to mrs. Warren Frantz and mrs. Andrea Wood who were reported ill. A Large Box of canned goods was presented to the salvation army for the Holiday baskets and a Cash gift of $8 was to be Given to the Jasper county children a welfare advisory committee. Mrs. Alexander shut in chairman reported 242 Christmas messages were ready to be sent to rest Homes hospitals and other shut ins in the area. Mrs. Lee Hill read two poems the Blessing tree and quiet moments. Prayer for the Day closed the session and refreshments were served during the social hour by mrs. Walter Hunter mrs. Lillian Harmon and mrs. Ralph Ralston. An attendance of 30 met wednesday night at the Diamond United methodist Church to hear Kathleen Crane a missionary to Korea speak and show slides of her work there. She has been a missionary to Korea for 18 years sunday school�?9 30 . Morning worship service�?10 45 . Broadcast on edmo radio i Jesus our priest training union�?6 15p.m. Evening service�?7 30 . 5 . Vesper service cantata Quot night of miracles by Johnw. Peterson Nursery provided for All services. Or. Merle Mitchell pastor first Baptist Church Garrison at Sycamore Church of the Nazarene Fairview amp grand sunday school.9 30 . 2 buses for transport Hon it morning worship 10 30 . Evening services youth amp training.6 30 . Evangelistic service----7 30 . A a Friendly Church midweek service wed. 7 30 . Wendell Paris pastor phone 358-2956 4265 Tom Sykes m. Of music first United methodist Church sunday dec. 20,1970 Church school morning worship Umof evening worship 9 30 . 10 45 . 6 00 . 7 30 . 8 30 communion service 1st Simony each month a ministers Rev. Edward Neimeyer Rev. A. C. Willm Freedom 4-h club food groups 2 and 4 fixed cookies and Candy for Royce Manor Sarcoxie. They also Sang Christmas carols. Die club Leader Louise Housh and to Long foods group Leader. Present were Susan Peck Joy and Gary Vinson Penny and Todd Dana Gay Vinson Jane and Maria Hayes Kathy and Shirley Long Carolyn Housh Glen Bridges Charla Lisa Malinda and Deidra balls Tina and Teresa Vinson and Chris Rymer. Adults present were june Bridges Mary Vinson Loretta Vinson re a Law and Lydia balls. Theft of Money reported two $5 Bills reportedly were stolen Friday from the residence of mrs. Betty Wiles 1019 Clinton. Officers quoted mrs. Wiles As saying she left Home at 8 30 . And returned later to discover a $5 Bill had been taken from her purse. She added that her daughter also lost a $5 Bill there Friday. Mrs. Wiles said Money had been taken before during the last two months but not As much As in fridays theft. Entry was believed gained through the Back door. Is an English teacher at the Tewha University Seoul and is originally from Webb City. The annual Christmas program at the Diamond Christian Church will be held at 7 30 pm. Sunday. Christmas in our hearts will be presented by the toddlers and beginners classes primary and Junior classes will present a Candle lighting service Christ Mas music will be presented by the Young people. Equipment to be installed Kansas City apr air pollution control equipment will be installed by the Kansas City Power amp Light co. At its Hawthorne generating Plant in the City a Northeast Industrial District next year. First Assembly of god Church 10th and Lyon Street Hope of the world broadcast sunday 8 30 a a. Edmo services Sun. School.9 45 . Wed., 7 3a Bible study morning worship.10 45 am. Sun., 6 00 youth service Sun., 7 00.evangelistic service pastor Charles Smith 358-4858.358-6538 where the full gospel is taught and practice evangel Assembly of god 1335 East Fairview sunday school 9 30 .�?worship to 30 . Christ ambassadors 6 30 . Sunday night 7 00�?wednesday night 7 30 a growing Church in a growing Community Rev. Lester Beck 1335 e. Fairview first Christian Church main amp Chestnut 9 30 . 9 45 . 10 30 . 6 00 . 7 30 . 7 00 . Sunday Bible school Cardinal class edmo morning worship youth meetings evening worship wednesday Bible study Church of Christ downtown Chestnut and Grant St. Telephone 358-9324 n Carthage worship with the Church of Christ Quot lords Day Quot Bible classes for All Ages 9 30 . Minister Odell w. Carter morning worship and communion 10 20 . Evening service 6 . Wednesday ladies Bible class 2 00 . Bible study 7 30p.m. Classes for Young people blessed Are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness for they shall be filled. Matthew 5 6 Welcome to All services
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