Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 53, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 2, 1946 Page: 6 of 6
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SAPULPA HERALD, SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1946
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Rev. Hamby is continuing a.s the
evangelist in the revival.
1246 East McKinley
Elder Marshall Bryant, Pastor
W. O Snider, SS Supt.
Sunday school 10.
Preach.ng at 11.
Evening worship at 7:30
parish house, at 2.
Wednesday: Guild of the
Shepherd. 1:30; choir rehearsal at 8
Saturday, Childrens choir at 9.30
Kit PER BAPTIST (IHRCH
Jamg. H Warnock. pastor
R j Stupes, SS Supt,
Sunday m hool 10 a oi
Morning worship at II.
Sermoi "Freedom Rom 6 7.
BTU at 7. A class for every age
Evening worship at 8
Sermon: •'Healing," Acts 14 9
Come let Us warship together!
4 IHRCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST
2 a South Main Street
Sunday school, for children, 9 45
Sunday morning service, 11.
Wednesday testimony meeting. 8
Services open to public, as Is the
reading room in church. 2-5 dally.
In all Christian Science church-
es a le.-son-.se:mm will be read
Sunday. Nov 3. oil the subject:
G( lden text: The Lord is known
by the judgment which he execut-
eth: the wickt'd is snared in the
work ol his own hands" >P.v 9 16-.
Bible selections include the fol-
lowing from Isa 55:7: "Let the
wicked I or.sake ius way. and the un-
righteous man his thoughts: and 1
let him return unto the Lord and
he will have mercy upon him;"
A passage from the Christian -
Science textbook. "Science and
Health with Key to the Scripture.^
by Mary Baker Eddy, will also be
Included which reads: "It is easier
to desire Truth than to rid one's
self of error Mortals may seek the
understanding of Christian Science,
but they will net be able to glean 1
from Christian Science the facts ol
being without striving lor them .
Beholding the infinite tasks ol
truth, we pause.—wait on God Then
we push onward, until boundless
thought walks enraptured, and con-
ception unconfined is winged to
reach the divine glory" ip. 322-3>.
'UIRCH OF cnRIST
Corner of Lee and Walnut
L. H Newell. Minister
You are Invited to the following
le i vices.
Bible study. 10
Preaching Hi 50
Subject: "Is the Gospel, as God
Gave It. Adapted fo Man. as God
Made Him '
Communion 11 45.
Preaching. 7 30
Subject: "Gifts of the Holy
B:ble study Wednesday at 7 30.
Come, worship with us, there Is
'Til K( II OI IIIL NAZARENE
Corner Paik and Lincoln
J E Heasley. Pastor
Fred Swan SS. Supt.
Sunday school 9.30.
Preaching at 11
NY’PS and Juniors at 6 30
Evening worship at 7:30
WEMS Tuesday at 7:30
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 30
Choir practice after prayer meet-
Ccttage prayer meeting Thurs-
day at 2.30
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN t ill K< 11
Corner Oak and Lee
Rev. Roy C. Smith. Minister
Aubrey Fleming, Supt.
Church school at 9:30.
Morning set vise. 10 :45
Sermcn: "Beyond the Old Fron-
Special music for morning wor-
ld, ‘In Venice by Sellars. Post-
Good ludc by Cramer and "O Holy
Lord by Tschaikowsky
Eventide fellowship. 5:30. CUiU
supper in church basement, follow-
ed bv worship ptra d B. Bonigard-
ner. coach of the high school foot-
ball team, will speak All young
people arc incited to attend.
Circle one. W men's association,
meets Wednesday at j in church
Worship program conducted by Mrs.
R. A. Woolridge and Mrs. W. J.
Lmsmore' will review first two chap-
ters cf India at the Threshold "
Hostesses Mines Rcbert McMasters,
C B Peterson and Mary Hufft
Circle two. Women's assenation,
meets Wednesday at 2 with Mrs.
Ray Heagy Worship program con-
ducted by Mrs D C Hamilton and
Mrs. W E Bonham will review the
first two chapters of "India at the
Threshold Hostesses: Mines Heagy,
Bonham. Curry and Louis Stuart
Sess:on meets Thursday at 7:45
Y’ictor Heusel will lead discussion
on "The Church" All elders are
requested to be present.
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"Unless we do teach
all nations |nTh6
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CHRISTIAN WAX, ^ACE //.
FINE, WILL BE BASED
ON shifting sand
AND NOT UPON SOL D
Training union, 6 45.
Evening worship at 8 o'clock
Sermon: "On the Mountain of
Exaltation. Baptizing it the - 1" '
of the evening servici
Botli circles of the WMU will j
meet in the church annex Wed > -
day tea ,i Royal 8t r
and monthly bus me meeting.
i iiisr assembly oi cion
Coi'pei Thompson and Maple
G W ALsup, Pastor
G W Tyler. S. S Supt.
Sunday school. 9:43
Devotional ft'vice. 11
cvangeliatu services 7 30
CA •• i • day at V:30
Regular service Thursday 7:30
Rev A1 sup will bd back In hLs
pulpit Sund.iv We invite vou to
, : su vlav - Wi have cL •••
for all a.-.e - You w ill find a friendly
. The state of Wyoming owns more
tiiau 3..1UO.OOO acres ol land
of which Is taxable.
Prayer meet in; Wedn. ..lay a: 11 wt in. iw cur. y< u.
NOTICE to our riutomrrs. VV Inn
ton are iinahlr to nark near ,,,,,
slim 111,, drin striis, lit, tii,.,.1
.Old ntr a narking nirtrr Toll „
w hen you I orn» in mid »c will r,..
Mind viuir inMer rhargr
Ihis will hr. m effr. I until narking
rondlfionv sell I** down
STAND Vltl) VIOTO“ si |-|.| y
ITl t l.er IHi,el
THE EITTLE ROCK (TII'Rt II
G E Helmuth. pastor
Classes lor different age groups.
Sunday school at 10.
Morning worship at 11
Evangelistic service at 7 45
Piaver meeting Friday. 7 45
The public Is cordially invited
( lit lit It OF TIIF
< Episcopal 1
Thompson and Walnut streets
Rev B FYanklin Williams, Vicar
Church school. 9:45
Holy communion at 11.
Adult Instruction. 7:30
Monday: Youth instruction at 4:
Altar Guild 7 30
Tuesday: St Monica's Auxiliary.
1132 E Bryan
Mrs W H Lyon, pastor
Arnold Harris, S. S Supt.
Ruth and Naomi Lyons. Pianists
Sunday school, 10.
Services at 11.
Children's service at 6:30.
Evening worship 8
The revival will continue Some
have prayed through and the Lord
has blessed with goed services and
If you are interested in learning
to sing, come to the church at 6 30
each Sunday evening. Miss Ruth
Lyon is teacher
There will be a baptismal service
in the church Sunday afternoon at
2 pm You are cordially invited.
FIRST tHIlUli OP GOD
Corner of Lee and Walnut
H A Woolman, Pastor
Howard Bray. S. S. Supt.
Sunday school, 9:45.
Y P M at 6
Hazel Asher, leader.
' Evening service. 7:30.
Wednesday evening prayer service.
H A Martin, leader.
Missionary society Friday at 1,
Mrs. Gcrdon Benlield. president. .
Let us not forget the words of the
wise man My son. torget not my
law. but let mine heart keep my
commandments: . . For length of
days, ana long life, and peace shall
they add to thee ”
you can hear Gods law and ob
RESTORATION SUNDAY f Sunday, November 3rd. ha« been desig-
nated by the Presbyterian Church in the L.S.A. as a time to give und
nra» for the moral and religious restoration of the world.
Sunbeams will net meet during
morning worship service
Training Union, 6:45. >
Evening worship 7 45.
Sermon: "Incentives to Repent-
ance." by Rev Jess Kirklev.
Sunday Youth Fellowship meets
after evening service with Mr and
Mrs. Lon T Jackson, 723 S Oak.
Monday: Intermediate and junior
GA roundup begins with covered
. . „ . . dish dinner at 6 in the church; |
church Sunday where sccut meetlng at 7 Wlth Haskell
,.a* ®nd ob* Golden, cubmaster, demonstrating
serve it. ai.d you will find peace wuh ropWi and whips; boys 12-13.
t0r\,.ur S0UI , eligible for scouting, are Invited:
mv, 'm'™'.11 begins next Sunday Grace Carson circle of WMU will
No , JV,thh Rev „Elwyn c Ten‘ meet with Mrs. G. A. Freer lor
nant of Ok.ahcma City as evangel- B;bie study at 7:30.
ist Dr. Te.i-.ant is a powerful Tuesday: Intermediate GA meets
Sbcce^ful writer and edi- ln church at 4 YWA autumn ban-
tu.. formerly from England. A man quet in church. 6 30; Roya! Amba>- .
f^^an<^hLs wife Sadors, 7; deaccns meeting. 7 30 I
........... Wednesday: WMU circles, 2:30 as
practice at 7: youth recreation at 8
Saturday: Youth rally meets at
Mnmiford Nov 9 at 7.30 pm.
FIRST FREE WILL
Corner James and Ridgeway
Rev. W E Warner. Pastor
George Carnes. S S. Supt.
Sunday school for all ages, 10
Morning service. 11.
Baptism at 2 p m. at Pretty Wa-
ter if the weather permits.
La ague. 6:30
Evening service at 7:30
Music nary society Tuesday at 2
Wednesday prayer meeting. 7:30.
Friday Bible study. 17th chapter
of Acts, at 7:30.
with a fine spirit
are fine singers If you hear him
once you will want to hear him
FIRST METHODIST cm KOI
Corner Water and Thompson
Thomas B. Tallev, Minister
Church school. 9 40.
Worship service 10:50.
Anthem: "Send Forth Thy Spirit"
FIRST BAPTIST CIICRCH
Corner Elm and Thompson
Charles H. Black. Pastor
M. J Pctteway, Supt.
Sunday school at 9 45.
Morning worship. 10:50
Sermon by Joe B.!l Petteway.
.’Allows—Lottie Moon, Mrs. A. A ___________
Wilson. Earl Hester. Mrs. Dean r-Schuetky
K.tulston; Mary Webb. Mr. W B Sermon: "The Christian at the
Williams Rase L. M Appleby. Mrs* j Polls" by the pastor.
W J Lane; teachers and officers 1 Family fellowship forum at 6 pm.
meet 7:30. motion picture: "Tips | Speaker Mrs. John A Rice. Sub-
for Teachers" will be shown; busi- jr t, "Religion in the Home "
ness meeting. 8 30
Thursday: Junior GA at 4; choir
Intermediate fellowship. 6 30.
Senior high fellowship. 6:30.
THERE SIMPLY ARE NOT ENOUGH
NEW CHEVROLETS TO GO AROUND
We are getting our fair share of the current produc-
tion of new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks.
And as strikes and shortages decrease, as the Chev-
rolet plants are able to produce more and more new
passenger cars and trucks, we’ll get more and more
of them to deliver to our customers.
Meanwhile, as long as shortages do exist, it is our
purpose to apportion our share of the new Chevrolets
available fairly and justly among the many customers,
new and old, whose continued friendship and patron-
age are the keystone of our business.
BAPTIST CHI RCH
Corner Jones and Ridgeway
Deyo Jeter. Pastor
Cedi O Thomason.
Director of Education
Sunday school 9 45
Morning worship 11.
Sermon "Clinging to the Cross'
Christian Science Heal?
Many persons are asking about Christian Science. I hey
would like to know more about this scientific religion
which heals human ills and solves human problems.
One ol the best ways to learn about Christian Science
is to attend
/I tf-lee Jledusie
EN'II I LED
"THE AVAILABILITY OF DIVINE POWER
AS REVEALED IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"
BY JAMES HARRY McREYNOLDS, C.S.B., OF DALLAS, TEXAS
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The M )the’ Church.
The First Church of Christ, Sc ten: 1st. in Boston Ma a< hu -ett
Monday, November 4, at 8:15 p.m.
Sapulpa High School Auditorium
Under the Auspices of
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, SAPULPA, OKLAHOMA
£'it-e>ufXX4>i& 94, GosidLallq, 9nailed to. Attend
So that you may have no doubt as to our method of
distribution of new Chevrolet passenger cars and
trucks, we make the following—
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VPMWnt of DIUV * opportioned on
—ond puWic 5er,''c”'
b0i“ ° ! ocupolkmol requiem."*,
W ,7," ■„ plocing o-ders'
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Chevrolet cars and
,0 pur chose occ«sson«
eventdS — Customers be
5. STMW Of hetrue!la,us
informed, upon reouev .
of their order* in our Wes*
oonrfiV—We welcome you' order
WE THANK you FO*
YOU* PATIENCE AND K>YAl
7°;;:: olio-nances based
be 9 - nd fair value
... honest appraisal or
nt the time of delivery*.
1N awaiting oeuveetoe
VOU* NEW CHEVkOtET
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Sapulpa N eeded
(This is contributed by Republican Friends)
Standard Chevrolet Co.
100 South Main
•A hard surface road from Sapulpa to Drumright is all
important to this city and Creek County. For years we
have fought for it. I he road was due to be constructed
early this spring. I he l ederal Government almost sabot-
aged our hopes. It refused to participate and furnish
half the money to build this road. I his was an injustice,
but Sapulpa has suffered many such blows.
•Streeter Speakman came to the rescue. At Ins own ex-
pense he spent days in Oklahoma City with the Governor
and Highway Department.
•A hard surface road from Sapulpa to Drumright is now
under contract and under construction. I lu* middle sec-
tion will cost approximately $600,000.00, with a good
twenty-live year pavement double bituminous.
Creek County Needed
Streeter Speakman Then
Well need him again in the next legislature
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