Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIENDS AT BETHANY ON THK SDXDAY SCHOOL LISSOM (The International Uniform Les-1 hill, to cast Kim jio a on the above topic for Juae 2' had w.pessea sis __ n. -nnt recent' feet. listening to ail Ke had to say it in. as ii acre, Martha, irritated at her appealed to Jesus "Lord, dost Thou not care t my sister hath left aie :o serve alone? "Bid her therefore that she Jesas answered. "Martha. Martha." thea an careful ana shall rise again." Martha, misun- derstanding, said. know that he shall rise again in the resurrec- tion at the last day." and Jesus said. "I aax the resurrection, and the life: He that beheveth m Me, though he were dead, yet shall he BROADCAST A CITY OF GOOD ness or MEN W. A. C. of Lethbridge should be ers. which m often though tray, and it from the li] was for a sh bmi far afneld. of though 11 be city of the "prairies has made, j these advances have been un- j THE FAK-H the scarce of the'EFFECTS O citizens should! juke the beauuful Uider. of th with the, a stone is c ot the Mount ._ Jerusalem, was the pisce Jesus hi.ec because there Ke had fnencs whom He loved and who loved Kim dearly. Jeriisalem was where HJS powerful enemies w to trap and kill I I prefer a simple.: town of Nazareth the Jerjs was a a: easily prepared, to an ____-------- home. Martha was bus> OI2e xore hostess cut said. "Coaie and see, j dicate. lac.) iss. so doubt, an elasorate meai. and left her so times au Vept. Jesus with j and attends to sJ 1 ior good talk. There are thmgs jx -Toast Rolls I have re Cur. crusts from bread, spread, of fact, whic thghtly with sellv. Roll each slice interesting, 'as for jellv rolt" Hook tooth- j A wealthy pickets, place on bakng sheet, seam niany yeais rT 1. fnr a bolld Chauriiv p. Norton side down. Toast under medium j a hohda I broiler heat, browned. turning until evenlv children wer One of the 1 and the oil "-ared. and Jesus jci Mrs. Su-anson with ten meci- earth iras fcers attending. Roil call wen: to Bethany i swered vnth "A Quick Dessert." Tn -made Him a i %-as raisec te a: the ALLIANCE TABERNACLE ?12-2nd AVEXTE SOLTH J. M. BOWKEK 11.09 service. 12 School and Bible Class. 7-30 ABSOLOM. MY SOX." MISSIOXARY 5-9 Ker. G. C. Ferry, of Frenci Inao-China, main speaker. nishtly except Saturday. Toath For Christ Hally in Church next. Ssrurday at S Plan to attenc. Lsrarus >hall answerec. Th> CT M AOV'C John's story adcs, ,aaii i ttear. Ol. MAKl 5 i jjOUSe was filled witn the ocor o. Hauser the bread raaking contest. The jiajaoicraft display was then HUlv Dale The Hilly Daie VVJL amited all, the ladses c; tne disirict. to the John, Joes school ior a Motner's Day; i program. The nupils entertained j Mrs. McBride i on Mother's Day. j receded a fiov.er toi and the UPflr They were slad to welcome (Anslican) Corner 6th and 12th St. C X. Sunday, June 2nd, IS46 3 Communion. School. i ter DUX o. j tnem wii-ii .'.c orecious: and she braie sie j fuuagiy bro-ner: box', and poured i: on His nead." USTcb vistior r 1 r_ xhey were M -Aeiuuiuc i. Lund agaia as a 1946 memoer.! lunch was sumptuous as every- J STORE HOURS: a.m. to pjn.; Satnn to p-m.; Wednesday a.m. to 1: Information Phone 3727. ointment." Judas Iscariot. who monev of the group. contributed ana haa a gooo. j sa7d. "Why was not this ointment so'd -or three hundred pence, ana snven to the Jesus told them: "Let her alone: anc Ser- anc Sermon. aga, the day of time. Six members uere present.! Good Deeds j Nineteen, ladies met at the home; of Denmson ior the regular PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" 520 SEVEXTH ST. S. Communion Service "The Lily Among the Thorns Mrs. John Cook, preaching. Sunday School 10.00 520 SEVEXTH STREET SOUTH JOHX COOK, Minister JESGS SAVES IMMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Ave. and 15th St. S. V. Eichenlaub, BJQ, Pastor. Res. 710-16th St X. Phone 4336 serdce. "DRAW US TO THEE" School. Come and Worship with Us! ve have a talk on -.e have not The members hath done what she come aforehand to anoint mv body for the burying. I say unto you. Where- soerer'-iis throughout Gospel Meetings IX CAXViS TEXT Will (DV) Continue on Sunday at p.m. Week (Sat. excepted) Special Meeting for Christians On Sunday at 3 :00 p.m. NINTH AVE. AND NINTH ST. SOUTH Speakers: Messrs. McClurkin and Gray X. IRELAND EVANGELISTS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Are. S. Sunday Service. 11 Ancient and Modern Xecroman- cy, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism Denounced. 12J.O SchooL Wednesday Testimony Meet- ing. 8.00 pjn. Free Reading Soom and Lend- ing library, 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: Week days, 2.30 to 4 P.EL, except public holidays. CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 632-7th St. South SOXDAV SERA1CES God Willing 11 of Bread. 1230 School. 7.30 Lecture. "What must I do to inher- it eternal A Bible Answer. SoeaSer: MR- W3I. J. PICKFORD Wednesdar, 8 class. All Welcome Christ Is Coming would____ scrapbook. A bake, apron and nov- elrv sale is to be held in Vulcan j on" June 1st. The project for June j is bafav cloihes and a assort- ment "was turned m. It. de- j cided to oisplsy these at ths con- ference. Maple Leaf The May meeacg held at the home of Mrs: H. hoss and eighteen j members responded to roll call i which was tie of a famous j mother. It. was decided that two j quilts be set up ana worked on. A pantry is to be added to the fall roPTnber was St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Are. and 8th St. S. Rev. E. Garvin, Minister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. DIAMOND JUBILEE COMMUNION SERVICE A GOOD COXFESSIOX." 30SS BESSIE KJf. jrissionary irom Jobat, India. "Blessed is the man whose strength in Thee." We iTelcoaje yon to onr services of fellowship and praise. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. S. and 5th Are. SchooL and Testi- mony meeting. meet- Hsbsr Jensen from Alberta Stake will be the speaker. Musical numbers by Card- ston Stake Soloists: Urs. "Waiter Ander- son, cellist; Mr. Ander- son, tenor. A concert will be given by the above groiiD at pjn. AQ WHl Be.Welcome. Kev. W. R. Robinson, Minister. Sunday, June 2nd, School. ajn. and REV. i. FALK, PICTURE BCTTE Guest Speaker WELCOJtE! "A Chnrch with a Bible Message" i Central Church of Christ j 425-llth Street South I FRANCIS JR. JAMES, Minister j 10.30 School for ail j ages. i anc aies- 1 sage. i message. I 830 Hour. I Wed. 7 Peoples. i Visitors always welcome. Christ Trinity Lutheran Chapel 320 Eleventh Street South Service at 11 o'clock Sunday, June 2. Sunday School, 12 o'clock. Theme: "AM I SINCERE IN MY W. J. ROSSBACH, Pastor oazaar this falL liach member was asked to donate a salable article for the Girls' Club sale. A lovely bouquet of llowers was gr.en to the lady to be the first motner m 1946. The luckv person being Mrs. Cas- sidy. Mrs. gave a talk, oa "Delinquent Children." "The House That, faaves Steps" by Miss Lowe. Earner Twentv members assembled at the home of Mrs. Peterson ior May meeting at whicn roll call was an- aorerea bv an escnange of Jaay Baskets. "A food parcel was sent overseas. 3ars. Comon gave a paper "entitled, "Une Koad Afleac.' jiacn memcer is to give one collar to- warcs raising lunds. Valley i Mrs. Meicner entertained fifteenj members and two visitors ior .aiay meeting when Mrs. Rogers gave a i talk on "Plant i-xopagaaon.'' She told of atiferent methods whica slants ha'ie of reproducing by lay- sing and cuttings. Miss Ancerson lemonstratea sewing macmne st- tacnmenifi. Mr. Yaucc. gave a short on .fiee Seepins. Lass two card parties brougnt'in S4.85 and S4.60. Ihe cnD Qoiis is to De lin- isned bv Mrs. iiogers and two help- ers wco are also to purcnase rc- anicies ior me layette. be sent, to the Hed Cross, j Cnpplea cmlfirens Hospital the" onristian nomes. A looa narcei is to oe sent, to some- one m Mrs. Martia led the on Gardenmg which brougnt forth ideas. Turner Valley The May meeting held at the United Cnurcn hall wnen ar- rangemtnts were made for tne (JEOjxiss conference. A convener, was for war wors par- cels. Jtne ordinary Dusiness took place. Walsh Eight ladies assembled at ilrs. Jans home ior Aiay meeting wnen it reDCrtea mat a IOOQ parcel has oeen sen; to taglana, ana also j pairs of socks and three i turtle necs sweaters. It was ce- j i cided to gatner and mase clotnes _ rt-tnf3. tIrOC The United Church of Canada THE EIGHT REVEREXD JESSE H. ARXCP, B_4, Moderator First United, Church CORXER FIFTH AVE. AXD THERTEEXTH ST. X. BEV. K. MAGOWAX, B-4, Pastor Choir Mr. Ben JIartin Organists 3Iiss Janet Larson and Mis. A. Wright "CARDINAL POINTS OF THE CHRISTIAN'S COMPASS" pjn. "MY SONG" "To aE wno pray, and to all who do rot btft ought, this church opens wide its doors, anc in tfae of Christ ssys Welcome." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street Sonth Rev. Harry A. Motchmor, A. K. Putland, MA, Mns. B. THE IDEA OF A GOOD NEIGHBOR "Consider and Hear Me" (Pfieuger) Mary Needs and choir. P.OJ. OUR STAKE IN THE STRIKE What does John Lewis mean to our democracy? "Lord of Our Life" (Knight) 5T. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH j (AXGLICAX) Cleryr: Corner of 4th Are. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Ixslie L. Grant, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith, Priest-organist. Chnrch Office: Mrs. A. B, Lendi. Communion. PRAYER AXD SEA CADET CHURCH PARADE. SERVICE. The Rector will be the preacher at both semces. SCXDAY a Church School. Mr. C. E Dawson, Supt. Sunday School. Mws D. Fooks, Supt. Bible Class. The Rector. 1 lor a ear-old boy and it was also decided to purcnase one dozen Ipms irom their A.W.L treasury. 1 Westward Ho airs. Grant entertained thirteen i members for May meeting at which I roll call was answered with I Had To Cnange My XaaonaUty. Which Would JL Choose ana Why." organizing of a Girls' Club in the costrict was discussed. Plans were made for -the handicraft ex- j at tne conference. Mrs. Ann- j strong's paper on -'Citizenship iaj Every day enjoyed by ail. Mrs. Bliss prepared a -Smell" con- i test which was won by Mrs. Trace and Mrs. Cooper and caused much merriment. Mrs. Beaton won the raffle. Alders-yde Sixteen members met K Mrs. Mills' home for regular meeting. Mrs. Starke is chosen as new treas- urer for the remainder of the year. Treats are to be bought for a little i girl in the hospital. Mrs. Lusk gave 1 a oook review on Canadian book, i she chose "The Unknown Ccun- 1 try" bv Bruce Hutchmson giving a bnef outline. Also Egg and j 11" by Betty McDonald. This w-as very amusing. Contest-on Limer- i icks was by Mrs. Rowland. The raffle was won by Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Ave. and 8th Si. S. REV. GERALD M. WARD, B.A, Th-M., pastor Mrs. R. A. Thrall, Choir Leader Miss Flsie Westcott. Organist "FAITH OR school. "IT'S CHARACTER, NOT CREED, THAT The Lore's Supper STAFTORDVILLE BAPTIST MISSION 907 Xinth Avenue North School. 7.30 Service with Young People in charge. FIFTH AVE. NORTH BAPTIST SUNDAY a.m SOUTHEAST BAPTIST SUNDAY P.M. Kitchen Kulturs By a Busy Bee Rhubarb Trifle Stale cake may be used for this. Cut cake in slices and put slices together in pairs, with rea currant or raspberrv jam or jelly between, then cut in strips. Arrange stnps in a pudding dish ar.d pour over them stewed rhubarb, which is lukewarm. When cold, cover with a chilled soft custard. Top with menngue and serve at once. a la Soisse Meit 1 taoiespoon in an omelet pas., -i tujj uiicUS'Jted evaporated mils, slide m 4 eggs, i sppnnklec -Rith salt, pepper a few grams cayenne. When the i whites begin to set, spnnkle with 2 i tablespoons grated cheese. Finish S cooking and serve on buttered toast. j Sunshine Cocktail i Beat together 1 egg yolk, the jusce i of 2 oranges, juice of lemon 1 and 2 teaspoons honey. This is 1 very refreshing on a hot day. Toast Wafflcttes Put together two slices of buttered bread, lightly spread with MEN'S TROUSERS For Sportswear Handsome trousers of sum- mer for sports, for work or for casual ttress wear! 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