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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Learning About the Kingdom KDAY SCHOOL Luke doesn't tell us what, the, disciples' reaction to tins _ was fcr John changed tae sao-; ject' according to Luke. The Lights Shadows c.F.s. ______ _ ___ I'm nuts about the Instead or blows? the Canadian Geographical Jour- nal. Donald W. Buchanan cf Ot- tawa, formerly of Lethbridse, has article on A. Y. Jackson, noted Wcich to'me sound the warning i Thai I've a iiule girl to rate, i And I TSlii leach her better. I As I taught when I young Come so :he door and her! "IT CAMS P355 cur transgressions j f eli T but can ive j -Ae also forget theirs- "Finds Arsuin? _ JeFs S: so on service was; "G've us csv by cay our c-t-.o----- bread. And our we also forghe every one aa, b kingdom coze. Thy Foxes have and biros c; air haie bu: Soa. of Manj no: to head." Jesus "had no honie. In the in- :enais of when Kej needed ihere was no where: Ee could so. had cats: Kim j He had Capernaum; :he- refused :o Ee trarrjec :his man :o rea'Jze. no: i Chr-Sis :he wandering life oi'seir-cenial he forc- ed :o lead it he followed jhe Mas- ter. He makes my senses whu-lt But he trots mf like a xister When J want to be his airi: Jean. Delmomco in The Boston Herald. M- B. in Kansas City Star. CANADIAN ART Canadian art is a promin- ent place in the current issue of veiopzuent of nationalism in Cana-j art. Illsistrating the article are i three paintings by JacSson in color. Mr. Buchanan, one of the editors of Canadian Ari magazine and ed-, itor of Canadian Painters, recenilj-i published by the phaidon Press. England, describes A. Y. Jacluson as -oar most disiinguished. landscape artist." No Hi Whi Thetir six household She ge .and Womei price S ODDS AND ENDS ferae: the Collec-! uon Monday. Give generously. j Xo man can hold man m the withou: reniauung there j what He expected of the Tould "come alter Me. le: b Central Church of Christ i great. School for ages. aEC sage. message. VTed. 7 Peoples. an IMMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Are. and 15th St. 5. V. EicheDlanb. Pastor. tlO-16th St. N. Phone 4335 11-00 service. "MAN'S GREATEST NEED" School. Come and Worship with Csl _______ if top-j ,e repertory companies may "e be broken up by Hollywood, writes j Bob Thomas from i The phenomenal success of ihe j Old Vic" has aroused ta-k of an Am- j encaa counterpart and the ciscus-] is centred around, the towns FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th. ATP. and Sth St. S. KEV GEKALD 31. WARD, B_A, T1OL, pastor Mrs. K. A. Thrali, Choir Leader Miss Elsie Westcott. Organist ajsa. "BRINGING UP p.rr, Sunday school. pju "I ACCEPT JESUS AS A GREAT 8.45 FELLLOTVSHIP HOITE. STAFFORDTTLIE BAPTIST 3HSSIOX 907 Xinth Avenue Xorth Sarscay School Gospel Service. Speaker: FLORENCE LAWFORD FTFTH ATE. XORTH BAPTIST SOTJAY 10.30 SOUTHEAST BAPTIST a.srii.icw i or. lo naost of the the- the kir.gdo.T- of God is within yea." atre cast, anc one o. .hem Jo-.n Those who are with the Garfield. .tola me o: a along with some otaer pteys. John said now that he is freea STORE HOURS: .JB. te S.tnnlay, Plan now Victor ONJl A welcom South taught "Thv kuisdom come, Thv uill be done, as m heaven, so o-'earth." and to so live that vre iu. from his .contrac. ne couia take nan in suca a project. He is i ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Avc. and 12th St. C X. Sunday. June 16, 1346. S g Communion. 9.45 School. 11.00 and Sermon. 7JO ace Ser- asoa. I Hess for Enterprise, but otherwise he has no commitments, I Thomas. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" 528 SEVENTH ST. S. You'll Enjoy the Tabernacle Services "A UNIVERSAL MESSAGE" "A LADY'S WINDOW BARGAIN" Evangelist Ida Cook preaching Sunday Kooa. a.m. "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" JOHN COOK, Minister JESUS SAVES CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. South SUNDAY SERVICES God 11 of Bread. 12.30 School. 130 Lecture." Subject: "The Resurrection of the Pathway of Eternal Life." Speaker: MK. BLACKER Wednesday. 3 class. AU Welcome Christ Is Coming on our s CHIVALRY Some teen-age girls live street. They're cute as that age goes- Why can'c they leave on one sound "honk. ARE YOU READY NATIONAL CLOT HIN Your donations to thU campaign will be collected MON1 O'CLOCK. Please have bundles ready for the collectors at th FOR GOOD R ESU STEPHENS' I Stephens' Quick-Drying ENAMEL Pbr interior use on walls, or furmftire Dries to a hard, shmicg sur- face- Colors: apple green, crimson. Batch blue, old French grey, jace green, black, wh-se. walnut, sr crcarn. HALF IMPERIAL 1.95 A smooth s for Vi-ails. woo ture. Color grey, pale si' light blue, w ivory. 1314-3rd Ave, North Kev. W. R- Robinson, Minister. Stmdar, June 16th, 1946. School. 11.30 -A SUCCESSFUL FATHER" 730 "STUDY IN COLOSSIANS" Everyone Welcome! "A CHURCH VfTTH A BIBLE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St S. and 5th Are, ScnooL 12 noon "Ward Priesthood Meeting. 7 Conference. Members of Sake Presidency, F. C. Russell and ReesJ C. 311- soa, will be the speakers. AH Win Be Welcome, 1 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth ATE, S. Sunday Service, 11 Subject: -GOD THE PRESERVER OF MAN" 12J.O SchooL Wednesday Testimony Meet- tog. 8.00 pjn. Free Beading Room and Lend- ing Library, 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: Weefc days. 250 to 4 except public holidays. INTERIOR Stephens' "KLING KOTE" SATIN Thoroughly seals and primes ail interior surfaces. Porous and bare olaster can. -be finished with two coats. For use under satin, flat waE or enamel finishes. HALF IMPERIAL PINT ...............4Oe DIPEKIAL QT. .....SI.25 EOPEKIAL GAL. S4.3O STEPHENS' OIL STAIN For floors, furniture Colors: ligh; cherry, dark oak, mahogany or HALF IMPERIAL PT. ---35C IMPERIAL QT. and oafe. EHPERIAI, QT. IMPERIAL, GAL. ...J STEPHENS ITT D A TWT For verandah floors and steps, kitchen floors and other surfaces subject to hard Dries overnight. Colors: tobacco broTTO, deep red. grey, orange, vredge- grey, lighi red. IMPERIAL QT. FLOOR ENAMEL shinv. hard-TOrfng iirUsh on all types of iZoors oak, medium grey, slate blue, beaver, brown, maroon or buff. cl en IMPERIAL QtJART STEPHENS' 'WA-KO-VER' VARNISH A quick-drying varnish that stains and varnishes in one oper- ation Easy to apply and grain. Colors: light oak. csrK oak. mahogany and Clear and colors. HALF EHDPEKIAL PT. 55C IMPERIAL QT. IMPERIAL Q IMPERIAL C "VELLO" CASEIN PAINT A washable wall finish for an roouss. Can be used over paint, wallpaper, beaver- board or Ten-Test- Feach, ivory, blue, rose, cream, buff, yellow or white. OC 5-pouad package V Gf Half Im Imperial 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. Lendt TRINITY SUNDAY A Pastoral Letter from the Bishop of the Diocese is ordered to be read so that church people may know the mma of the Bishop in the matter of recent pub- licity concerning the quesuon of Church Union. AH loyal church people are requested to attend divine ser- _ vice in order to hear the Bishop's Pastoral Letter. Communion. 11 Communion and Sermon. "WITH REGARD TO GOD 7.30 and Sermon. "WITH REGARD TO MYSELF Hector. STTNDAY Church School. Mr. C. E. Dawson, Supt. Sunday School. Miss D. Fooks, Supt. Bible Class. The Hector. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 712-2nd AVENUE SOUTH J. M. BOWKER 11.00 TYPE OF SATAN." 1200 School ana Bible Class. 7.30 THE ONLY DOOR." WE "WELCOME ALL S HANDBAGS The United Church of Canada THE RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H. ARNUP, B.A., Moderator First United 'Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. N. REV. R. 3IAGOWAX, B.A., D-D, Pastor Choir Ben Martin Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wright THE SALVATION ARMY {426-5th Street South) Officers in and Mrs. A. Cartmell. meeting. Theme: "TO WHOM DO I BELONG." School. meeting. Theme: "THE HALF HAS NEVER YET BEEN TOLD." 9 service in Gait Gardens. Band program Special music by band and songsters for Sunday services. Thursday, 3 Prayer Meeting." A warm welcome awaits you at an these services. "CREATIVE CONTACTS" 'THE LIGHTED LAMP" "To all who pray, and to ail uho do not but ought, this church opera wice its coors, and in the name of Christ says Welcome." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street South Harry A. Mntclunor, B Ju B.D. S. Pnilsnd, 3LA, Mas. B. "NO GREATER CLAIM" pjn "GOING Musical request service. Guest Weatherseed. F.BCO, Deer Park Uiuted, Toronto. 1. Bach (a) March from Dramina per Musica; (b) Fugue a la Gigue. 2. from Water Music (Air, Bourree, Minuet, 3. REV. T. A. MORGAN, B.A., Calgary, presiding at both services. Christ Trinity Lutheran Chapel 320 Eleventh Street Sontb. Church 45. Church Sunday EVENING SERVICE BY LUTHER LEAGUE AT 8 O'CLOCK LETS ALL BE THERE All people joining, or -aishing to join, Christ Trinity Lutheran Church, please be there. "God is m Temple. Let us all adore W. J. ROSSBACH, Pastor metal xrames. %ATOVS. fancy colored snap.- a 3-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SI Be sure to see this suite the frames are of hardwood spring base and reversible spring-filled cushions upholste cotton tapestry two pieces are in wine and one chair in green ground with small floral pat- tern throughout. 3-piece suite s upnoiste St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner Sth Ave. and Sth St. S. Rev. E. L." Garvin, Minister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. II "OUR DISTINCTIVE CHRISTIAN MESSAGE." 7.30 "THE.GRACE OF ENCOURAGEMENT" We invite yon to worship with us in St. Andrew's. 5-P1ECE UNFINISHED BREAKFAST Consisting of a "jack knife" leaf extension table made f and four heavily constructed square back chairs with strong- under stretchers. Ready to enamel. 5-piece suite KITCHEN CHAIRS A handy chair made from hardwood in the natural varnish finish. Has the square style back and finished with sturdy under stretcher. EATON'S, Third Floor UTILITY CABtt Made from metal with five roor ideal for linen closets finished in with black base. The overall size c are about 12 inches by 27 inches by 5 feet 3 inches high. Each Budget Plan Terms, in accordance with W Trade Board regulations, may be arranged if dt or over. T. EATON BRANCH STOR NEWSPAPER! ;