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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Strengthening Bonds of Friendship ON THE 8CNDAT SCHOOL USSSOH By NEWMAN CAMPBELL (The Uniform Les- son on toe sbc-.-e topic for June 23 is laike Jotsi 17, the Heinorv Verse being John ___is My cosusaEdmeat, that ye love one another, even as I have loved THIS IS Jesus' last week on earth, before His creadfyl households Passion Week, we call it. He had I release iro: trie 1V> cuote: unto them, saying. Tins is My body which is given for you: this, do in remembrance of "Likewise also the cup after the sauce, ate it, the otiiers fpi-! lowing. The second cup of- wine, nas fiHed. and then followed the' -haggadah' or showing iorth.! a child or proselyte presents-A AV AAJJL. asked 'What mean ye by ibis FARMERS OF CANADA and 'the president an-; ffhose iiho heard the length. -The first the is the was sung and th' to the British people by Mr. Stra- in- chey, the newly appointed minister of food in the British cabinet, could WEEJKLY mEVIEW OF MEN AND MATTEBS -By W. A. C. .HUNGRY FOR NEWS suspension of publication of one of the two leading ia Vancouver owing to the strike or the printers has caused a rush o- STORE HOURS: ajw. to pjn. Saturd; to C.M pjn. Wednesday, 939 sun- to 1.M sapper, sayng 5.ra VT He Jocularly remarked that there, Iae js now a black market in nessrap- rrtr. i ers. As I said before, the newspaper has come to be a neces- gives you the news take the place of the newspaper i chey. We see in the action of the particularly the one you have been And when the hour was to Eat He sat dews, and the 12 apostles passea vendor chocolate and a new I r buy- thanks. divide It- among votirselves And He took bread, anc president toes a portion o. tne thanks, and brake it. and herbs and. dipping it into there woodworkers' May this be true will be the devout the general public. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 712-2nd AVENTJE SOUTH J. M. BOWKER Great Things That Elisha Hath Done." 12.00 School anc Bible Class. PERSUADED- Plas. on attending "Youth for Christ" next Saturday. WE WELCOME ALL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Arc. North. REV. W. R. ROBINSON, MINISTER schooL CONGREGATIONAL. SLEETING. All mem- bers anc adherents please bs present. SON OF CONSOLATION." Helpful Holy, Happy Services. "A Church With a Bible Message." St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Ave. and 8th St. S. Rev. E. L. Garvin, Minister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. 11 "THE TRinE CHURCH." Broadcast over staaon CJOC. Sunday School. 7.30 pjn. _ "A WOMAN OF FATTS COURAGE" We invite yon to worship with us in Si. Andrew's. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" 520 SEVENTH ST. S. You'll Enjoy the Tabernacle Services "Two Ways To Heaven" HEAR THIS SERMON "Labor Unions And The Coming of What Does The Bible Sundsy Noon. sjn. THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" JOHN COOK, Minister JESUS SAVES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Are. and 8th St. S. REV. GERALD M. WARD, B.A., T1OL, pastor Mrs. R, A. Thrall, Choir Leader Miss Elsie Westcott, Organist "BAPTISTS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD pjn. Sunday schooL pjn. 'THAT FIRST STAFFORDVUXE BAPTIST MISSION 907 Ninth Avenne North a.m. Sunday School. 7.30 pju. Gospe! Service. AVE. NORTH BAPTIST SUNDAY SOUTHEAST BAPTIST SUNDAY P.M. "CAMPING AT KADESH" From the record it appears that j later on the apostles wen: to Shadows CF-S COWS IN FOG The United Church of Canada THE RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H, ARNTP, B JL, D.D, Moderator First United Church CORNER tltJIH AYE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. N. REV. R. 3IAGOWAN, D.D, Pastor Choir Ben Martia Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wright 'THINGS I MUST DO" "To all -who pray, and to all who do not but ought, this church opens wice its doors, and in the name of Christ says Welcome." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street South Rev. Harry A. Mntchmor, B.A, BJD. Organist-Choirmaster A, K. Potland, M.A, MBS. B. "The Idea Of Personal Worth" Sacraments of Infant Baptism and the Lord's Sapper. "A Ticket For A Holiday" JONAH PAID HIS FARE i time they would be so sinaii mind- i ed as to quarrel about such a mat- I ter, but they did. and Jesus- saic i to them. -The kings of the Gen-: ales exercise lordship over there; and they that exercise- authority upon them are caUed i "Bat ye shall not be so; bui he j rhat is greatest among you, lei. 1 him be as the younger; and he i ihac is chief, as he that doth serve, j i "For whether is greater, he that; 1 sitteth a; meat, or he thar serv- J eth? is cot he that sitteth at meat? But I am among you as j he that serveth." j 1 These men were. friends. the ones He had called to be with Him constantly, to be trained to yllow Him and do His work after he had lef- earth. Nowhere do we i read that He lost patience with' often their selfishness and self seeking.; guisea as hare wors. Human beings are verv frail, _.. "I Millions are starving Chma. 16 5 imrxKsible to cover the 1 we sometimes complain be- i whole of the lesson assigned to us', we can't nave a second help- in TMs space, so we will conclude! _____ with beautiful words of Jesus j to His aoostles ac this time: "As Scarce does a cay pass wunout the Father hath loved Me. so have j someone coming forwarc with a I loved vou- continue ve in Mv' suggestion 'of "Wnat To Do About jlove. Russia." "If ye keep My commandments. Cows move in fog as unper- turbed As if blurred poppies Growing: at their feet Were bright as Nothing disturbs cows: neither Gray-spun trees. Nor grasses Fog-damp to their knees. They plunge their noses deep In dripping Nothing bothers Least cf all the weather! May Lutz in The Christian Science Monitor. ODDS AND ENDS comes dis- i ye shall abide in ily love; even as i Remember when we used to think .ve kept mancments. and abide in love. "This is My commandment. That ye love one another, as I have loved you." (Distributed by Features Syn- i nicate. Inc.) of taking home -a slab of CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. S. and 5th Are. SchooL 12 noon "Ward Priesthood Meeting. 7 Special Melcheridic Priesthood Program. All Will Be Welcome. bacon? BREVITY Graduation exercises at schools and colleges usually CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. South SUNDAY SERVICES God Willing 11 of Bread. 12.30 School. 7.30 Lecture. Subject, "Is Christ Very Speaker: MR- WILLIAM PICKFORD "Wednesday, S class. All Welcome Christ Is Coming COMING! Next Saturday DR. BOB JONES CLEVELAND, Term. "YOUTH FOR CHRIST RALLY" AT SOUTHMINSTER AND FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHES CITY CHURCHES CO-OPERATING Hear Bob Jones daily next week over CJOC p.m. Christ Trinity Lutheran Chapel 320 Eleventh Street South NO SERVICE ON SUNDAY, JUNE 23 Special Church Service and Offering On June 30. "GIVE FOR STARVING EUROPE" "WORSHIP WITH rS" and "PRAY WITHOUT W. J. ROSSBACH, Pastor THE SALVATION ARMY (426-5th Street South) Officers to and Mrs. A. CartmelL meeting. Theme: "THE WEIGHTS THAT HINDER- SchooL meeting. Theme: "CHRIST IMPOVERISHED, MAX ENRICHED." 9 service in Gait Gardens, Band program. Special music by band and songsters in sil services. A welcome awaits you at aH these meetings. Thursday, 3 Prayer Meeting." Remember the Youth for Christ meeting on Saturday, June 29, at pjn. in the Southminsler church. ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clergy: Corner of 4th Ave. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L, Grant, RJX, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith, Priest-organist. Clinrch Office: Mrs. A. R. Lcndi. 8.00 Communion. 11 Prayer and Sermon. "THE BRITISH BLITZ CHURCHES____" The Nursing Division St. John Ambulance Sngade will attend this service. Rector. 730 and Sermon. "......AND US.5> Rector. SUNDAY Church School. Mr. C. E. Dau-son, Supt. Sunday School. Miss D. Fooks, Supt. Bible Class. The Rector. signals for long ar.d flo-svery speech- es. But this is not always the case. S. re wits Clough. U.S. industrial leader, in addressing a class of graduates delivered this master- piece of simplicity and brevity: -It was good of you to me io be witn you. I am glad to be here, i You have all done well. I urge you j to Dress on to the high goals you i have in nuad. Aim at the stars. You j hit some of them. Luck is justi a bit of aluck. -Your" thoughts, plus faith, will come true. You are what you think, j You can be what you tvilL Bear; this in mind. Think well and you. will do welL Think well and vou will! be well. "Let your aims in all your work be these: "Be brief. clear. -Be kind. "Be true. "Bless ail and God will bless you -There can be no chance for you to fail as long as you r'nink right. -This is my speecii. -Titaak you." LAURENTIAN Cl In Unfinished Styl Here's coosfort and value for your porch t mer. Sturdily built "-Laurentian" chain at the right from wood, unfinished ready to painted bright summery colors! Each................................ STAGE AND SCREEN Katharine Cornell has closed her! season with a performance of j "Candida" at the Harris Theatre in Chicago. The Shaw play was offered together with "Anti- gone." grossing in excess of 000 for a two-weeks' engagement. The actress-manager will visit her father. Dr. Peter C. Cornell, in Buffalo before returning to New York, and will then go to her home at Martha's Vineyard for the hot-weatiier season. Done with "Apple of "His Eye" on Broadway (but hoping to return to the stage in the play in the Walter Huston returns to Holly- wood to go before the cameras in Metro-Goldwyn. Mayer's "Summer ciaemaiazation of the Eugene play, "Ah, Wilder- ness." "CHARLIE" RUSSELL The famous Vaughn collection of Charles M. "Charlie" Russell paint- ing has been sold to the Newhouse Galleries of New York. The price paid for these paintings from the brush of the famous cowboy artist is not revealed. Included are seven 1 large oils, all done by Russell be- tween 1893 and 1897. Included is ofie depicting a dramatic meeting during the Lewis and Clark Expedi- tion. Acclaimed by critics as much for its subject matter as for its- execution is "Captain William Clark of Lewis and Clark Expedition! Meeting With Indians in the North- west." Speculation as to the locale includes the possibility that the scene was on the Marias after the famous explorere had separated, one to ascend the Missouri and the other the Marias, just prior to the discovery of the Great Palls of the Missouri. There are 29 faces in the group, including Captain Clark's Negro servant. York, and the French guide Charbonneau, husband of Sacajawea. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Are. S. Sunday Service, 11 Subject: "IS THE UNIVERSE, INCLUD- ING MAN, EVOLVED BY ATOMIC 12.10 SchooL Wednesday Testimony Meet- tag. 8.00 pjn. Free Reading Room and Lend- ing library. 325 Twelfth St. S. Hours: V7eefc days, 230 to 4 except public holidays. IMMANUEL ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Cor. 6th Ave. and 15ih St. S. V. Eichenlanh, Pastor. Res. 710-16th St. N. Phone 4336 semce. "AFTER DEATH, School. Come and Worship -with Us! ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Ave. ana 12th St, C N. Sunday, June 23, 1M6. 8 Communion. Eucharist and sermon; Church school. and sermon j at Iron and Sermon. Central Church of Christ 425-llth Street South FRANCIS R. JAMES, Minister 10.30 School for all ages. and mes- wge. j message. 8.30 Hour. Wed. 7 Peoples. Visitors always welcome. DECK ADJU! THRE E STEEL Dandy for cainp or summer cottage. ----Strong steel cots widi cable springs and folding with cot- ton felt roll-up mattresses covered in durable cotton. 2 pieces Third Floor CAMPING Spl< Ing exj white ropes, t Size Ca Ca Rubber Ground Sheets Size about 36x72 inches, each Size about 48x72 inches, each D'innage Bags Useful for camping or motor trips. Made from 8-ounce brown canvas in two sizes: About 14x36 inches, each.............. About 10x24 niches, each Pack Sacks Made from sturdy, light-weight dark-colored duck with leather straps. About 26x18x6 inches in size. Each Sporting EATON'S, Basement Summer Toiletries NIVEA SKIN OIL 4-ounce bottle 90c 2-ounce boule....... 50c NIVEA CREME Tube SOc Jar .................S1.0O Economy size jar --S2.25 LA CRESTE BUBBLE BATH Package of 4 .............25c Package of 10 ............50c Package of BATHETTES Pine, apple blossom, lavender and rose geranium scer.ts. Bos cf 8 5Oc Box of 16 ..............Sl.OO Main Floor Sm quarter sturdy SUMMER READING Select your magazines, periodicals, pocket editions and books at Eaton's con- veniently located Magazine Rack on the Slain Floor. Popular, well-known publica- tions. Brigl stutabl C firmly SPAPFRf "SPAPERJ ;