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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Activities St There will be celebrations of the Holy Comauaioa Sunday morning at 8 o'clock and 11 o'clock, the latter being a choral eucharist .and terraoa. The anthem will be "O Saviour of th? World" by Dr. Goss, The music for the day will be in keeping with Passion Sunday. Holy his epistle to the Roman believers outlines -the way ia which believers are baptised into the name of Jesus, bv being buried with him by bap- ton into cieaih. that like as Christ was raised up from the dead, we also should walk in newness of life. At our evening service at Mr. S. T. Batsford will speak upon "Baptism inso the Name of Jesus. BaS will bTidniiaistered at -Baptism into the Nat 2-15 pjn. Sundav schools and the Why. whea and _ _fc. Jt _ rector's class will be held at the usual time. The gentlemen ol the Testry will, meet Thursday at 8 p-aa. First rnited Ttse pastor will ooatiaue tae Lenten series of sermons at both cervices, speaking in the morning ihe World-Master- ing asd in the evening oa "Filling the Hungry The junior choir will be in charge of tne praise in ihe isorning. and the senior choir ia the evening. As the evening sen-ice the choir will sing the anthem "God is Spirit" iW. The Sunday school in Us differ- ent departments.will meeS as fol- lows: Hustlers. ajn-: junior and intermediate departments and Business Girls' class, pjn.; beginners' and primary depart- ments, 2 pjn. The Fellowship group meet Friday at 8 pjn. There will be a meeting of the Session in the manse on Monday, April 8th. at 8 pjn. Members and adherents are re- minded of the congregational meet- ing to be held at the close of the Slning sen-ice April 7th. All are urged to be present. United Church Charge in Action will oe the theme on Sunday morn- ing at 11 ajn. At the pjn. service the minister will speak on the theme, "The Loss Weekena Life muse have thrills; repressions can be dangerous. What is the indi- vidual to do to overcome the mon- otony of life? This will be a mes- of value to the individual. How much good does a picture like "Lost Weekend" do, or does it toucn the heart of the problem? At pjn. fhere will be a special youth service at McCoy Memorial Mission at, __ Wednesday at 8 pjn. Biole Class. Science churches on Sunday. It will be developed in passages from the Bible and from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Baker Eddy. golden text is from Proverbs "There is that rnakeih himself rich, yet bath noth- ing: there is that roaketh himself poor, yet hath great riches." First Baptist Chwch "Whenever Christianity has been cautious it been cheap and contemptible thing. Whenever it has been true to Jesus and bold wiih the boldness of His spirit, then it has been mighty. Its supreme There is a sin of which most peo- ple think very little. It consists in others to do wrong. Justf UeYert Baptism will be observed durinf the opening of the service, and at the the observance of the Lord's Sapper and reception of new members. The regular mid-week meetings will be held. On Monday the B.YJP.U. at Staf- fordrille will have members of the Xazarene Y.P- to speak to them. VACCINATIONS CONTINUE VANCOUVER. April Testifies Against Noted Trombonist LOS ANGELES. April 16-year-olu bobby-soxer who re- covered recently from an overdose ol sleeping tablets testified that on four occasions she was Ultimate f with Walter (Benny) Benson. 32- trombonist is. a popular gospel has ever been the gospel o contradiction: the gospel of the spirit that flings all prudent considerations of its world awav ia jhg only isisg oineis w w or spiritual greatness bv does the Bible have to say world is truly mastered.' on this subject. The sermon as tse I tile or incautious Lutheran Church oa Sunday morn- j KOSDel of the cross, and is Is this vein on this tonic. The! fftw ilic Adults and Couples Club: will meet after the evening service. Mr. Harold Long, of the Lethbridge Herald, will speak on "The Canadian At the morning service, the an- them -Kill be "Grant Us They Peace" bv Mendelssohn, and to the evening Whitehead's "Almighty St. Andrew's Presbyterian __ Christ's first "triumphal caused the people to ask. "Who is After centuries of teacning and preaching the gospel, megi stai ask the same question. Should the Ittnorance of the world not. con- cern us. We will give serious to the matter at the- morning "service In St. Andrew's next Sun- dav. The choir, under the direction Of "Mrs. Geo. Brown, will _ sing f Jesus. Joy of Man's Desiring" The Sunday school will, meet ftt "The Perfect Friend" will be the subject; for tile evening message. So often people need such a-.friend bus know not where to find Him. Your rxeed' can' be met satisfactbrily and speedilv. Tae choir anthem "Evening Hvmn" Every Presbyterian is urged to join the "Advance" movement and take a step forward in tne life and work of the church. Cbristaflelphian 3ii.his letter to the Ephesians, tlia Apostle Paul Indicates the high and priviledged nosition in which they stood. We can truly echo the senti- ments expressed by the writer in first chapter and verse three, when he says, "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Canst tvho hath blessed.us with al soiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ." Among the many spiritual blessings -which we ia Christ is the great opportunity and priviledge of meeting -together to.remember Him. in the way ap- pointed until He comes. He has shown much kindness and mercy towards us, and we can love Him in return by obeying His commands At our morning service at 11 ajn Mr. Wm. Blacker will speak upon "Paul's Letter to the Ephesian Be- Sunday school at pjn. was here on earth He said to His disciples, "Go ye Into all the world and preach the Gospel to everv creature: he tha believeth and is baptised shall .be saved." Baptism into the name of Jesus by a believer of His gospel is the one great step the Master re- quires of those who desire to follow TTim, For Hs said, "If ye love roe keep my commandments." Paul "in bog will dwell on this topic. The] service begins at 11 2JQ. I The Sunday school meets at ihej church at There will be no evening senice. At a Lutheran service will be held at the Anglican hall in Mac- leod. ______ St. Mary's Church. Anglican This Sunday is Passion Sunday when we are confronted inescapably with the sacrifice which Is the sub- stance of God's love for us; and with the. continuous betrayal of Him by us selfish Christians. There Is vet time this" Lent to make a new start towards being selfless as He The mid-week celebrations of Holy Communion are on Tuesday at ajn.. and Wednesday at Try Lenten exercises will be held at evensong. 8 pjn. on Wednesday, and there will be evensong and preparation for Holy Comaiunioa on Saturday at pjn. ,The Junior W_A. meets Wednes- days after school in the hall and Mother's Union will meet this Fri- day ia the hall at 3 pjn. Alliance Tabernacle The morning service at 11 'will be a devotional service, concluding with the observance of the Lord's Supper. In the evening the pastor will preach on a unique text, "The Plowing of the Wicked is Per- haps It has never dawned on you why God should make such a re- mark. We will endeavor to analyze text, and show you the reason. that forms the basis for Mr. Ward's pre-Easter message oa Sun- dav morning. Our faith, if. true to the Cross, is ever ready.to advance into the wilderness of life as yet uncoaquered. and there is even to- day barren wilderness as yet un- tapped. The choir will sing. "Kaa to the Lord's Anointed" Junior church will be cared for hi the lover hall during this service. Sunday school follows with a class for all. Continuing the pre-Easter theme, the minister's evening message will center around the Cross. The two unknown characters who suffered torturous death with our lord will be considered, and this picture, in turn, related to the progress of Christianity and applied to con- temporary "life. Human nature to- dav similarlv to the Christ as'iri His day. Anthem. Thy WU1 Be Done" soloist, Mrs. Wm. Davis. The ordinance of Be- continued Friday as v Vancouver health officials pressed their so-far ul campaign to ffiet hjm but I prevens spread to this area of go ou- with him until after severe type of KnaUpox whica j to Hollywood." reached epidemic proportions jjove Littleton related Seattle after being carried to that j Benson's trial on a morals charge. port from the Orient by returning i Was at a popular servicemen. j Hollywood night spot when: 1 "One night Benny pointed to me MEET IN CALGARY APRIL 18 land then to himself and later asked CALGARY, April meet- to take me home. We drove upia ing of the provincial board of the i the bills and he told me his wife Just didn't him and said he'd rinf my telephone all day long unless I loved him." XJatier erase examination, ehe acknowledged that sbe had out with four other members of the orchestra. Charges were preferred against Benson after Miss Littleton's re- cent release from a hospital. Police at the ticis made public a cote in which she expressed disappoint- ment over Benson's lack of tions. arid reported she told them 1 she swallowed the tablets as she sat in the night club balcony. The musician's wife was amnrsg, the spectators ia court. FIRST POST-WAR SILK VANCOUVER. April silk shipment to go bv rail across I Canada since pre-war days. s pounds of sOk is speeding I across western Canada. The silk.; from Shanghai. Ss destined for New I EYTOEXCE TX NORTH MCBOEK CASK EDMONTON, April ia the siurder irtal of Anton Zelman, under sentence to hang at Fort Saskatchewan Jail April 2t. now is in the hands of fcbe secre- tary of state, it was learned Friday. A ttcoaraexMtttlon for mercy by JiK-man jury vhlch the fanner tuUty of shooiSng Htrglej to death, also !t in Ottawa and w21 irarcied to the dopsrtaasent. vhcre it vSl be staoSed arid m. re- pott to the adaaister. SHIPMEN ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 712-2nd AVENUE SOUTH 3. x. Serrfce. School and Clacc. FLOWING OF THE WICUD IS SEC" "We extend a contlal wetoMM to alL" York via Toronto. Alberta, branch. Merchants' Association of Canada, will be held here April 16. On the follow- j ing day, an organization meeting will be" held to set up a southern! division of the- recently- formed Canadian Retail Pood Deal- ers' Association. Christian Science "Unreality" is to be the theme of the lesson-sermon at the Christian Central Church of Christ 425-llth Street South FRANCIS K. JAMES, Minister 10.30 School for all ages. and message: Preacher: H. W. Johnston, message. 850 Hour. Wed. 7 Peoples. Visitors always welcome. 1MMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Are. and 15th St. S. V. Eichentaub, B-D-, Pastor, Its, St. N. Phone 4336 11 Service. "CAUSING OTHERS TO SIN" No Evening Service Come and Worship with Us! CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St S. and 5th Are. Bishop's Resident and Off let: S18-15th St. S. Phone 2632 School. Fast Service. pjn. Evening service. AD wm Be Welcome. The United Church of Canada THE BIGHT REVERENT) JESSE H. ARNUP. B.A., Moderator First United Church -CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. N. REV. R. MAGOWAN, B-A, Pastor Choir Mr. Ben Martin Miss Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wright 11 "MEEKNESS, THE WORLD-MASTERING PRINCIPLE." pjn. "FILLING THE HUNGRY SOUL." Congregational meeting at the dose of the evening service. "To all who pray, and to all who do not but ought, UUs Church opens wide its doors, and in the name of Christ says WELCOMS." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street Sontb. Minister Rev. Harry A. Motchmor, B.A, BJX A. K. Pntlaad, M.A., Mas. B. ajn. THE CHARGE IN ACTION. THE LOST WEEKEND. LIFE MUST HAVE A KICK! Special Youth Service at McCoy Memorial. pjn. Young Adults and Couples' Club. H. Long, speaker. 1314-3IH Ave, North Rev. W. R. Robinson, Minister. Sunday, April 7th, 1946. School. LORD'S SCP- PEKv pja, "THE VISITORS ALWAYS "A Church with a Bible ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clergy: 'Corner of 4th Ave. S. and llth St S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith, Priest-organist. Church Office: Mrs. A. R. Lendi. PASSION SUNDAY Cotntourjion and Sermon. Baptism. AND SERMON. StJNDAY Church School. Mr. C. B. Dawson., Sapt, Sunday School, iliss A. Chiswics, Supt. Bible Class. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Are. S. Sunday Service. 11 Subject: "UNREALITY." 1Z10 School Wednesday Testimony Meet- tog. 8.00 pja. Free Reading Room Lead- ing Library. 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: Week days, 2.30 to 4 except public holidays. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner Sth Avc. 8th St. S, Rev. E. L. Garrin, Minister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. IS PERFECT FRIEND." A irelcone is extended to you to worship in St. Andrew's. CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA C33-Tth St. South SUNDAY SERVICES God Willioe 11 of Bread. 1Z30 School. 730 Lecture. Subject: "Baptism into the Name of Jesus. Why, When and Speaker: MR. S. T. BATSFORD Wednesday, Class. All Welcome Christ Is Cominz FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Are. anil stn St. 5. REV. GERALD M. TTAKD, B.A, TKM., Mrs. R. A. Thrall. Choir Uste Westeott, Orgaaict 'THAT INCAUTIOUS Sunday School. "VANTAGE OF THE Baptism. STAFFORDVILLE BAPTIST MISSION 907 Ninth Avenue Nortli Miss Margaret Gegeny. Missionary. Sunday School. Gospel Fifth Avenue North Baptist Sunday Z30 pja. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE PEOPLE'S 534 SEVENTH ST. S. The Sunshine Erangel Hour, CJOC CHURCH GO THROUGH THE the new "THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF REV. win die cf starvation !n sfac months A world shortage of wheat. What if the grain crop failed? What does it all mean? Bright mnsic by orchestra and choir. JOHN COOK, JESDS SAVES ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Avc. and 12th St. C N. Sunday, April 7th, 8 Communion, 10 Class.' 11 and Sermon. 3 School. 7.30" and Ser- mon. THE SALVATION ARIVTi' (426-5tb Street Sooth) Officers in and Sirs. A. Cartmell. 11 afeeUng. Meeting. THE UPPER AND THE NETHER SPRINGS." "WHAT MANNER OF MAN IS Thursday, 8 Praise Service. EW "people'ever'stcp to realize man is on fhe lowly 'earth beneath; his feetTJYei out of it came, his boplx material tthings that minister to his comfort Every morsel 'of food, every Hrop'ol Ee -wrears, rthe healing drugs and chemicals that restore his health when he is sick, the things he builds, the physical structure of every living that he sees or feels or products of the earth.' Civilizations throughout the ages have been dependent on the soils cmd seasons for their survival. Empires have crumbled and fallen when their soils were neglected and their fraitfulness destroyed. But the great cosmic forces that move inside the earth" and make it fruitful are neither man-made nor self-generating. They come from God. "The earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof, the sea and they that dwell therein." He sends the sunshine and the rain, and orders the seasons in. their courses. Men should know more about Go3 and live closer to His creation. The source of such knowledge is the Church. There we learn that our daily bread, both spiritual and material, comes from the hand of a com- passionate Father. This Message Presented By Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. Limited iNEWSPA'FERr VSPAPES.I ;