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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Chillicothe, Missouri PAGE JULY 1974 Chillicothe Churches Join In Urging You to Attend Services Sunday Laredo Items Mt Zion Baptist Church 201 John pastor Jesse Robert Steward Devotion by the Message by the Choir The Homecoming of the church will be July 21 with Dabney and congregation in charge of the afternoon Their choir will conduct the Dinner served after morning Dorcas Mission at the Prayer meeting Bible Study Senior choir Youth Choir Thought for the Knows the extent of Free 1441 Jackson Donald pastor Walter Morning Worship Message Our Attitude Must Be Like p m C h o i r Practice at 1st Baptist church Sessions 1st Baptist church meeting at he Football Stadium Service Elijah Talks With God Bible residence 514 Covvgill Ladies Prayer Group Bible Study Group Bible Robert Johnsons Bible Callahans RFD 5 Bible Bible Copelands RFD Nicky Crusade Nicky Cruz Calvary Baptist Church Third Locust Clifford pastor Paul Wood Associate Pastor Ted Blankenship Music Director Clyde Director Church for Bus Ministry Morning Worship Spiritual Unconcerned by Pastor Rehearsal for the Nicky Cruz First Baptist Church Counselor Training for Cruz First Baptist Church Training for Cruz Football Stadium Rehearsal Church Training Gilbert Director Worship Message by Paul Youth meet at Calvary Church to leave to go to other towns singing and telling about the of and Bible Communion Message Afraid Freedom Bible Study Prayer Group VBS Planning for Teachers Sunday Pulpit Exchange Larry Speaker Voters meeting Walther League Swimming First Christian Church 900 Jackson Walter minister School Worship a Worship Church 230 Choir RehearsalFirst Baptist Church Rehearsal High School Stadium Crusade Counselor SessionFirst Baptist Church Prayer Group at the church Prayer meeting in our 24hour Nicky Cruz Crusade Prayer Vigil will begin Baptist Young Women visit following in the meeting until Darrs Nursing Home Friday in Memorial BYW meet at Simpson Park Delia Mattox Group visit Beverlys Rest Home Youth First Christian Church Nickv Cruz CrusadeHigh School Stadium Nicky meet at Calvary Church to go Cruz CrusadeHigh School other Full Gospel Heaven 600 Jackson Willard pastor Sunday VI 00 Evening Service 7 bo Prayer In God is my salvation and my glory the rock of my and my refuge is in Psalms First Assembly of God 815 Elm Orville minister Sunday Subject Demonstrating Good Judgment Morning Sermon By the Christ Ambassadors Evangelistic Sermon By the Mid Week Church a mark of true taith Tabernacle First Pentecostal Church of God 1304 Green Clifford Gannon Special Louis in charge of the Sunday a Morning Morning 11 45 Worship Evangelistic David Zullig will be the guest Mid Week Friday Richard July 15th through there will be a special childrens happy hour service each afternoon from 3 oclock until 4 30 oclock at the For information or please call 646 5411 or We extend a welcome to Highview Baptist church Bridge Milwaukee Merlin Shi vely pastor Sunday Ross superintendent Worship Evening Bible Study and Prayer to other towns singing and telling about the Nicky Cruz Crusade Baptist Mens Meeting Usher Training for Cruz Football Stadium Childrens Mission and Bible Groups Sunday School Lesson for Officers and Teachers Youth and Adult Bible Study and Associational WMU meeting at Christian Church for Cruz also 24 hour prayer Special Singing group before the Crusade Nicky Cruz Crusade Football Stadium Bus Ministry Visitation Special Sineine Group before the Crusade Nicky Cruz Football Church of Christ 308 Elm St James Mabery Walt ministers Call 6465604 for information and 930 Classes for all ages worship and communion Message 3rd in series on Stewardwhip by Mabery Training Sessions for Cruz Crusade Message The Masters Men Series Youth meet for Sing Ins Mid Week fellowship Time of study and sharing in Simpson park preceded by picnic supper at Thursday Ladies visitation SingIn at SimpsonPark Community Prayer Crusade at Men play softball in church league at Gravesbille Bethel Assembly of God Eddie pastor Darrell Worhip in charge Cashett in charge Morning Prayer meeting MidWeek Saturday Bethal assembly Church of Christ at Gravesville Ball I Love the because he hath heard my voice and my Stadium United Methodist Church 1414 Walnut Earl minister Parish Pastor Fair Educational Coordinator Dial Inspiration 6465335 The Program of the church for July August will offer our people a change of pace for worship and Church school classes will be creative and This Interest Group theme will prevail for the first grade through By LENA PETERIE Lee and Amy Creason of Trenton spent Saturday night with their and Tommy A wedding shower was held Sunday at the home of and bcnopi Mrs Lenard McAtt in honor Hoy of Miss Becky Brimson and Larry Those attending were and and Elwood Elva Gene and Charles Shaney and Wayne Kelly and Kristi all of After the gifts were opened the hostesses served punch and The couple have since been July 5 and live in a rental farm house of Mack east of Larry McAttee is employed by Recent callers at Iowa Bowes were Marvin RFD Clarence Don Bowe and Fred George Bowe and children and Clifton Betty Lessy and and Claud Davis and spent Sunday with and Vaughn Helen Chula and and Ronnie McMahan and children all came to the home of and Don Brian and Stacy and went to Trenton to watch a baseball Brian Bowe plays on the Les McMahan a son of the Ronnie McMahans spent the night at the Don Bowe home with and Bill Robbie and Trenton and and Jack Gardner spent Sunday evening with and Bob and Tom Iowa Bowe and Marvin Wade attended funeral services for Harve Constant at Last Week In Business NEW YORK AP A new while Bowe and Brian went to Chillicothe A large crowd approximately 100 attended the investing idea proposed by two fish fry at the Dillard Lake of the countrys biggest bank Sunday ing companies remained in lim Lloyd Holloway was a dinner bo this past week while its mer guest the 4th of July at its were weighed by govern Stella Peterie and ment and Bob Scott had The idea is to let smaller in as guests Tuesday evening vestors buy notes from the and Fred banking companies at a min and Susan and granddaughter imum investment of The Michele Burress in honor of the notes will pay interest floating Scotts daughter Robert Clover whose birthday was that It was also Freds birthday the next day and his name was also on the birthday cake and it was Micheles birthday who was 3 but they did not know that it was her birthday and her name was not This Weeks Uniform INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON one per cent above the return on Treasury cur rently 7 to 8 per parent of New Yorks First National City had planned to put million of such notes on the market this past Chase Manhattan parent of on the cake but she got to blow Chase Manhattan has an Scripture RENEWED IN MIND and SPIRIT out the Ice cream was served with the and John Gallatin spent Thursday with Hillmans sister Stella Michele Bowe spent several days last week with her grandparents and Edward Frank brought her mother Audra McGuire to her home here last She has been with the Heck family about 9 Her other daughter Patty Christian and son Paul Shurnas of also came the same day as Heck and McGuire arrived Both Heck and Christian have returned to their Duane Jackson and Sam Holcomb of are here visiting Duanes aunt Bob Freeman and The boys are en route to where they will attend Nera Henderson who nounced plans for a similar million move later this Both plans would give small er investors a way get a higher return than they can now get from savings whose interest rates are fixed by government It would be an investment avail able to people who cant afford the minimum required for Treasury The Citibank was delayed this past week by lack of a goahead from the Securities and Exchange Com mission and by apersonal re quest for a twoweek delay by Arthur chairman of the Federal Reserve Citibank and Chase are the countrys second and third big gest It was widely an ticipated that if their plans went other banks would quickly There was concern that such a development would intensify problems savings and loan in stitutions are already having with deposits being eroded as the Methodist church in resides at the Grundy customers go in search of high Nursing spent er In New York Thursday at her home here iwith her daughter and for at mutual Mary Wedt was hostess to the Dorcas Sunday School class of the Baptist church at her savings deposits Chillicothe Sunday MrsFred and dropped by million in Vaughn Peterie and Later in the afternoon compared with a mil Cheryl Graham called on they all went out to visit Fred lion decline a year earlier and on Michele and Oscar Peterson and Diane called on Audra Saturday Tom Iowa Bowe spent Saturday with her Bonnie childrens will make up the This will be a formal hour of worship with the DAWN home on Wednesday with a Tom Warren ot a former Laredo By PATRICIA NORTH and Marlen Owens and have been recent visitors of a million drop in Burns sent a letter to Wright chairman of the Senate Banking observing that it isnt obvious that the long run public interest would be best served by prohib iting or limiting innovative ef forts such as the note But while Burns suggested Congress might want to consid er subsidies to savings in liturgies and rituals some feel resident brought over 3 of the and Ben They stitutions affected by such the need for in worhip The theme for both services will be Heavenly Stores With Earthly Sundays topic will be The Treasure of Treasures School for All Ages 230 Cruz Crusade Choir will practice First Baptist Church for the Nicky Cruz Crusade will meet at the stadium Prayer Group The Seekers Explorer Post 109 Boy Scout Troop 120 elder members from the Grundy County Nursing and they were Sadie Effie Smith and Frances The meeting was opened with Brick reading Psalm and leading in Cards were sent to the ill and Stella The next meeting will be on 1 at Tom Warrens at the Plaza hotel in the firsl floor Wendt will have the Don Brian and Stacy went to Chula Thursday to her mothers Helen Reid and Ronnie and her left Tuesday for Kansas City to he also suggested that visit with and Delbert the Federal Reserve might be James and family before empowered to regulate such is returning to sues and order them stopped if Miss Annette Moorexcessive damage developed to shead of Warrensburg visited the economy or savings for several days with and Patman introduced such Neal Mead and Libby regulatory legislation and said while her and his committee would consider it Gary Moorshead attended as rapidly as possible so that the wedding of a cousin in we can have an early and clear Dangers can develop when one becomes too much of a One can get buried in a failing to observe what is going on about Todays lesson from the Ephesians offers several topirs to be we need to con sider the ethical and moral demands as well as the joys that come from Christian And our relationship with other Christians should make us aware of the need for compassion and forbear ance of Since Christ forgives us our we need to forgive those who sin against And since He loved us we should love And there remains the need for renewal in individ ual Christians and in The personal re newal comes as a result of individual involvement in the problems of Some persons say that since the church is the creation of God it must re main since humans have molded the church to suit their own beliefs and it has suffered from time to Paul tells us that we need to be renewed in the spirit of your and put on the new The new nature is Gods gift to all of Others have said there are some church areas in need of All such reforms must come from Pro bably Pope Paul VI said it best in 1963 The reform at which the Council aims is not a turning upside down of the churchs present way of life or a breaking with what is es sential and worthy ot vener ation in but it is rather an honoring of tra dition by stripping it of what is unworthy or defective so that it may be rendered firm and In Ephesians today we have several suggestions about what Christians can do for a renewal in Let everyone speak the William James wrote that Truth is a property of certain of our True values are those that we can corro borate and By William Taft Be angry but do not sin do not let the sun go down on your Paul Anger deprives one of his wisdom and generally creates unhappy When we are angry we cannot be real In thase days of Watergate and other issues one can easily uncerstand Pauls advice to Lei no evil talk come out of your mouths but only such as is good for as fits the that it may impart grace to those who Many clergymen refrained from such discussion about Watergate until the tapes were Then minis ters across the nation de plored the language and the ethics that the end to be accomplished justifies whatever means might be Paul could turn to the newspaper today to find similar problems still ex America is still plagued by as it is with wrath and anger and clamor and Although in many areas our society today may be termed we still as individuals have the respon sibility to live a life worthy of the It is so easy to fall in line and accept the societv about Our minds need to be transformed so that they focus on the will of This requires frequent re newal on our since our personal attitudes and be havior may fall from grace too The youth topic for this lesson is The New You and the childrens topic is Living With Both help to summarize our need for a renewal of our Paul viewed the non believer as one dominated by his own Such an individual becomes a slave to his own following a life of licentious and The has found Christ and a new Out of ignorance and the believer sees a new one that avoids anger and The new Christian learns about and Based on cot Outlines producedby the Coliimittee on the Uniform Series and used by per Mens Prayer Group Input Planning Session will meet in Social Hall PrayerShare Dorcas and Lydia Circles will meet in Darrell Wolfe and two the parlor Naomi children of spent in AVALON Jim hfood and Gene Wolfe and and Ruth Circles will meet social First Presbyterian Church 401 Elm minister Fellowship Child care MidWeek Ministry of Prayer will be held in the church July July meeting of Session will be Remember Nicky Cruz July Harvest Time Pentecostal Church of God Corner Jackson Louis Curtis pastor 1100 Morning Worship Evangelistic Service Midweek No man can serve two masters for He will hate the one and love the other or else he will hold to the and despise the Ye cannot serve God and Everyone St Johns Lutheran Calhoun Walnut John Burow and First Baptist Church Donald pastor Rick Whitmire Interim Pastor Don Music Director Leman Director Morning Roxanne Worship and Childrens Church Livingston Manor 230 Choir First Church Training for Crusade Counselor Training for Crusade Creations supper follows Church Training Evening Worship Baptistm Monday Philathea Class with Vera 338 Jackson Morning Bible Study Nominating Committee several days the past week at the Rov Wolfe They visited Roy in Chillicothe and brought him to Avalon Wednesday and called on several friends while and Alva Robbie and Baby Tommy Duncan were dinner guests Sunday of and Francis Sid and Little Stacy Blake was also a guest of the Swede Alva Jim Osgood and Stanley Crusade Singleton attended memorial services for Florence Baptist Mosher Monday at the Mooresville Christian Angela England returned to her home Sunday with her and David She had been a guest of her Frances Don and Jerry the past Other visitors in the Deardorff home the past week were and Tom Barlow and David of and George Pauliene Pyle and James Fullerton of Chillicothe Neal Mead has been spending some time in Joseph with his Victor who is not and Don Huff and family of visited Thursday and Friday with Mina Other visitors during the 4th of July weekend were and DuBois of Kansas and John Denham and daughter of Blue and Kenneth Denham and and Harvey Cooke and children of Overland Shirley and and Bill Denham and children of and Grady North and Sean of visited during the weekend with and Roscoe Phillips and Lisa of Chillicothe called on Neal and Emmett Applebury visited Friday night and Saturday at Winston with and John Kober ana Visitors during the weekend of the Emmett Appleburys and Harvey Appleburys were Helen Clark and and Jimmy Clark and family of Official says energy situation has improved resolution of the issues raised by the Citicorp WEEKLY LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS AP KANSAS CITY AP Com Iowas state geologist told the pared with last weeks close Midwestern Legislators Confer Cattlesteers and heifers ence of the Council of State higher cows low Governments Tuesday that the er feeders good and price of gasoline is not a deter choice over 700 Ib par rent to its ticularly in fleshy condition Samuel also chair weak to lower but lighter man of the Midwestern weight yearlings and calves Governors Conference energy to fully lower steers choice good and low choice heifers choice good and low choice cows utility and commercial task said the federal government claimed open pricing would adequately regulate The public must decide Tuthill whether oil and scatteredlots feeder other forms of energy will be steers and steer calveschoice open commodities or subject to 375450Ib thin lower some government The Midwestern energy ex pert said he is opposed to na Real Estate Transfers Emily Jean Taylor to receives emmy LOS ANGELES AP Writer Earl Hammer is getting an Emmy Award after all be cause the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences changed its creator of The wrote The Thanks ALU class with Martha Anderson and sons of giving Story episode in story Betty Colton Ushers Michigan and Kenneth Joanna Lee adopted it and Ray Kimball of into a Kansas City were guests in the Training for Morning Mission Action with Loren 1416 Polk Family Clay Street Park Associational WMU Ludlow Bus Ministry Visitation Car Wash on Church north Parking Sponsored by home of and Paul Barnhart Wednesday and Eunice York of Van was a guest of the Barnharts Friday and Gary Rickenbrode of Sikeston called on them Sunday and Ralph Shipley half choice 400465 Ib high good and mostly thin and moderately tionalization of the oil industry flesh 530719 Ib high I dont think the federal gov choice rather thin 675745 Ib ernment can run even one serv choice fleshy and partly fattened 735925 Ib mixed good and choice 500900 Ib thin to fleshy feeder heifers and heifer calveslower half but thin 395457 Ib usual ly thin 430625 Ib high choice moderately fleshed William and 470 Ib fleshy and South 30 ftof block partly fattened 700770 Ib Old Lawrence Williamson and Sheep spring lambs wife to John RGOX and wife lower ewes higher lot 23 of the Frst Amended slaughter lambschoice and plat of 3rd prime Jonn Everett Ireland and utility and good shorn wife to Carl Alexander and few head of N2 SEt Hogs BARROWS and gilts beginning a a point where the lower sows mostly North line of Webster street lower barrows and gilts 1intersects the East line of 2 200240 Ib 13 200240 Woodward N 112 E 53 Ib 23 240250 Ib s112 ftw 53 ftto 24 240260 Ib McClarnon to Terry 24 280290 Ib Williams Posey db 34 290310 Ib sows Farms 3 330500 Ib NWU 65825 containing 7595 acres more or less also West 122 acres of Nellie Mae McNew to Terry Williams and db ice he told the confer James of the Federal Energy Adminis trations oil and gas said current gasoline prices have created a drive for more ex Gill said the energy situation has improved and more than 450 rigs are now operating in the compared with 900 at one time last he said it would cost billion for exploration and billion for refineries be fore the nation approaches President Nixons goal of oil in dependence by A Standard Oil of Indiana of ficial said the nation will re main heavily dependent on oil imports for the next vice president for law and public said most of imports will come from the Middle Lady Bird to have checkup AP Farms Lady Bird Johnson is expected fractional NW4 and Lot 2 of Miss Lee was awarded an Emmy at the recent ceremo Hammer received a cer tificate in accordance with academy But a spokesman said Wednesday that the academys to undergo a routine checkup at SW4 also national committee has decided the Mayo Clinic a clinic 5826 that Hammer should get an Emmy because his story was written exclusively for tele 10 Just how we best may fill our place Are problems we are here to face To make the best of lifes great game To build and leave a worthy A name to which folk may we were We want a name so folk can say Our efforts were not thrown NORMAN FUNERAL HOME spokesman acres of land in The widow of President Lyn Lessie Edith Prewitt and don Johnson checked into others to Volen Hamilton Youth Pickup and called on her That policy will be fol the clinic Wednesday and wifelot 5 block tier delivery Stella Beever at lowed the spokesis scheduled to return to Texas Gravesville except Saturday man on West Use CT Want Ads Phone 6462411

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