The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 214, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 7, 1943 Page: 2 of 6
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El Reno (OklaJ Daily Tribune
Sunday, November 7, 194
Lesson in English
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH*
Paul O Whittle, Pastor
Church school at 9:45 a. m.
Communion service at 10:50 a.
m. Anthem by the adult choir:
••God So Uived the World," by
Youth fellowship meeting at 6:30
Evening worship at 7:30 p. m.
Sermon theme: “Keeping a Spirit-
If you do not have a church
home in El Reno. Central Method-
ist * church invites you to worship
with us. You will find a warm
welcome at church school and
The board of stewards will meet,
at 7 30 p m. Wednesday. Nov 10.
in the church i>arlor. All mem-,
hers are urged to be present. |
Dr Robert Thompson will
preach at the morning worship
fiour on Sunday. Nov 14. and con-
duct tiie session of the first quar-
terly conference at the close of j
the service All officers will please
have reports ready. ]
'THIS page is open to all religious denomination*. The
Tribune invites every church in the city to place its
announcements in these columns every week. Please
see that your announcement reaches The Tribune of-
fice by 4 p. m. Friday each week to assure its publica-
tion in Sunday's issue.
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED: Do I
not say, “We had an awfully nice
trip.” Sav, “We had a very pleas-
OFTEN MISPRONOUNCED: De-
tail. Accent on last syllable is
OFTEN MISSPELLED: Choir
For Mrs. Wilson
EL RENO MARKETS
(Corrected to 2 p m. Nov. 6)
m . . . lOom, No. 2 alielled _
Mrs. Robert Wilson, 67. died Sat- , Blltu,rfat
morning in the El Reno sanitarium
‘an organized company of singers), urday morning in her home. 1118
Announcements from churches in surrounding com-
munities also are welcome.
Quire (24. sometimes 25. sheets of
SYNONYM8: Sorrow, grief, sad-
ness. unhappiness, woe. affliction,
WORD STUDY: “Use a word
three times and it is yours.” Let
us increase our vocabulary toy mas-
Sacredness of Human Life Need Not
~ | combine. “It nuiy lie possible to
^ I amalgamate the two factions.”
Be Forgotten in a Warring World
Texts: Exodus 20 13; Matthew 5:21 26. 38-45
East Oak street, after suffering a Broilers
paralytic stroke. ' . '
' Heavy hens ______
Funeral services for Mrs. Wilson, i [ jg^ j,ms jg
who had been a resident of El Reno boosters .14
since 1917, will be conducted at no. j Turkeys _____ .32
3:30 p. m. Monday in the Christ! _
Memorial Episcopal church with __________
Rev. Henry T. Bakewell. vicar, of- | y ■ y-A
Delating. The body will lie in .state. H OS P11 d I NOiCS
at the Wilson funeral home until | '
\ time of the funeral. -
_ . . ... . . . Mrs. Ed L uber. Okarche. under-
Interment will be made in thei-
El Reno cemetery went a m°i°r operation Saturday
Miss Mary Schumacher, Tulsa,
who underwent a major operation
Oct. 26 in the Catto hospital, was
Mrs. Leonard Garville, and in-
fant son, Leonard Lee, jr., who
was born Oct. 25 in the El Reno
Ages 35 to 56
for Guard Work at
sanitarium, were removed Saturday
to their home in Okarche.
SEE DICK HERWIG
At Chamber of Commerce Office
Mrs. Ray Holiman, El Reno rural
route, and infant son, Larry Ray,
who was born Nov. 1 in the Catto
hospital, were returned Friday to
Monday, Nov. 8
9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
If your car is old enough to smoke
BY WILLIAM E fill HOY. I) D. j until they have no meaning at
I^EW lessons could offer more all
occasion for reflect ion, con- | . Fherc is an in lei rating and
frnversy. and effort toward in- jtnp°rtant hy Professor
ferpretation than a lesson on the (.i < dhfmnian, but not
sacred ness of human life «it a Fhyri Douglas, the famous nOVi
Problem a Day
( The length of a rug is 2 ft. more
than its width. If each dimension
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rock Island at Watts
Edwin H. Grant. Minister
Sunday morning at the 10:50 a.
m. service the pastor will bring
the third in a series of four ser-
mons on “Ood and Human Suffer-
ing.” The subject will be "Our
Thorns Become Our Crown.” These
are messages which bring the
scriptural conception and explana-
tion of sufferings—physical, mental
and spiritual. The youth choir,
under the direction of Mrs. Willarrl
Blanton, will sing “Joyful. Joyful
We Adore Thee.” A message in
song, “When Storms Are Past,”
will be sung by Rev. and Mrs.
Evening services will be one-half
hour earlier. The Methodist youth
fellowship will meet at 6:30 p. m.
and evening worship will begin at
7:30 p. m. The pastor will preach
on the text. IT Samuel 12:13.
“Tliree Oreat Tilings.”
If you have no other plans, why
not go to church Sunday? If yon
have other, but no better plans,
why not arrange to attend church?
time when humanity is being
iecimated hy a temble war The
cynic might scoff at the anomaly
of being concerned with such a
theme when by the millions men
- and women—are arrayed to
destroy one another.
But the thoughtful student of
the Scriptures will realize that
it is precisely because the world
is at war that it is so important
to consider the saciedness of
human life This war has l>een
brought on by those who scorned
the teaching of the Bible, and
who were willing to kill, and
maim, and perpetrate all mannei
of fiendish cruelties, m the hope
of grabbing something for them-
selves in the manner of anv
If the professions of our coun-
try and its brave and self-sacri- |
ficmg service men are to be
taken at their full worth, the
war is being waged with the
pm pose of stopping barbarism.
Jt is because they believe that
human life is sailed that they
wish to stop murder. If the pro-
tection of humuft life and tfu
establishment of peace among
men is not our goal and pur-
pose. we are us guilty us the
makers of war.
elist), entitled “Overstatement
in the New Testament,” in which
he point*, out that one method
of Jesus was to make His teach-
ing impressive by extreme and
striking aphorisms It was a
common method in the East, not
always appreciated by prosy and
literalistic westerners Yet its
limitations are, or should be. ob-
It ought to lie clear that, if
with exact literalness, we inter-
preted the injunc tion to give to
everyone that asketh ol us, we
should very soon end by having
nothing to give, and that too lit-
eraliv to turn the check to every-
one who might like to take a
poke at us would mean that we
should soon have no cheek to
Is made 3 ft. more, the area will
be increased 45 sq. ft. What are
the present, dimensions?
5 feet by 7 feet. Explanation-
Add 3 and 3; add 2 and 3 and
mult I ply by 3; subtract 15 from 45
and divide by 6 for width of rug;
add 2 for the length.
Mrs. Wilson Is survived by her momln* ,n the E1 Ren0 sanitarium
husband and by two daughters. Miss Mrs. Charles Perry. El Reno re-
Lucille and Miss Dorothy Wilson, all forinatory house B. underwent a
of the home. minor operation Saturday morning
8he also is survived by a brother, *n ® Reno sanitarium
It is time to re-ring or rebuild that motor and you
should do it while parts are still available. Your ear will
give better performance and make that A coupon go
LANMAN SUPPLY COMPANY
El Reno, Oklahoma
Robert Stevenson of Chicago. 111.,
and two sisters, Mrs. Dan McIn-
tyre, 683 South Hadden avenue, and
Mrs. John McIntyre, Union City.
Mrs. Don White, Concho, under-
went a minor operation Saturday
How Can I!
ELLISON AVENUE METHODIST
Mike Hull, Pastor
Church school, 10 a. m.
Morning worsiiip, 11 a. in.
mon: “Tiie Bridled Tongue.”
Evening worship, 7 30 p. m
1. How can I keep a half filled
bottle of olives fresh?
A. Put a small pinch of salt in
the bottle, pour in a teaspoonful
of olive oH, replace the cork and
the olives will keep nice and fresh
Q. How can I make candles
s#r* burn longer?
A. place them in the refrigera-
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Corner Sunset Drive and Evans
WWitor for about 24 hours before using
Mid-week services at 7:30 p. m. | and they will bum for a much
........... longer time
I JOES this keen teaching of
Jesus, then, mean nothing?
By no means. Here are laid
down great commanding prin-
ciples and truths concerning hu-
man attitudes A generous atti-
tude invites generosity By show-
ing a better attitude than those
who wrong or assail us, we
achieve a real triumph for
something higher and better.
There will never be any inoral
gam where men render hate for
< It is true that actions speak
j louder than words, yet this fact
! does not give t he Christian an ex-
; ruse for never speaking out.
. in hi ^
Nov. 7 thru Nov. 18
FIRST f'llKIKTIAN Clfll RCll
Walter M. Feay. Minister
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Barker and Wade
Everett Poole, Minister
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
®nor\ A. Cox. superintendent.
• Morning worship at 10:50 a. m
Subject: “Oreat Returns on Small
Young people's meetings at 6 30
p m *
Youth choir practice at 1:1ft p. | fj10”
, hate; but where love triumphs
'pWO errors are possible m re- i ORr hate the gain is real
lation to the texts of our lea- : What is necessary is, not to
son We can interpret them with
too great literalism; or we can
nullify (he teaching* of Jesus*
but to interpret and practice
explain away their meaning them with common sense
Bible school. 9:30 a. in.
Morning worship. 10:40 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. in
Preaching, U p. in.
Mr. Feay is preaching both of
the sermons today. The morning
sermon topic is “The Gosper and
i tiie evening sermon will la* “Twelve
Reasons Why I Am a Christian
Official board masting at 8 p in
i Choir rehearsal at 8 p. m Thurs-
Q. How can I bleach n bread
A. The bread board and the
rolling pin can be bleached by
rubbing thoroughly with n freshly
cut piece of lemon.
Q. How can I make it easier to
A. Before peeling the potatoes
cover them with very hot water,
let them stand for about five min-
utes. and .see how easy it jnakeq
Services Each Ni^hl at 7:110 V
Clyde C. Corner
Ol 1 Md.i Iioiii a Hlv
Everybody Invited and Welcome!
Rogers Street and L Avenue
Victor X. Johnson. Pastor
Sermon: “Discerning the day
by the parlor. I
i 'Training unions at 7 p. m. H.
«u,Miav ,• ft 30 a. m. dl. *r«n *rilH.w,hMt. director Orrlou.-
bv Ku|M‘niUciui< „t .liunt-.s ir«lnln« f«
EL RENO IRON & MEIAL
Holleman Lesson topic: “Thu
Church night dinner a, 7 p m. i Sac red imm of Human Life." Scrip-]
tuns for discussion: Exodus 20. m
OFT THE MOST FOR
YOUR JUNK PILE!
Wednesday, Nov. 17
Evening sermon hour at 7:45 p.
Special music by the mate
Classes for all age duartot. "The I/>rd of the Harv-
We Buy Iron, Metal. Hug*.
Tires, Batteries, Kir.
SACKED HEART CHURCH
Father Victor Van Dunne. Pastor
lx>w maaa at 8 n. m
High muss ui 40 a. m.
Evening services ut 7:30 p. m.
Week-day masses at 8:30 a. m.
CHRIST MEMORIAL EPISCOPAL
Henry T. Bakewell, Vicar
20th Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, 8 a. m.
Church school, 9:30 a. m
Holy communion and sermon, 11
Morning worship at 10:50 a m
Sermon topic: “Four Pillars of
Christianity." Special music.
Evening worship at 7:30 p. m,
The pastor will preach on the
subject, “Happiness of Hunger”
Choir practice at 7 p. m. Wed-
nesday, followed by prayer and
praise The pastor will teach the
Sunday school lesson for Nov 14
est” will be the pastor’s sermon
loptc. The Muster himself gives
definite and clear teachings on
Mid-week service at 7:30 p m
Choir meeting at 7:30 p. m each
JOE'S JUNK YARD
Smith Part of Town
At Water Tower.
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Williams aiui London
A C. Dubberstein. Pastor
Sunday school and Bible classes.
10 a. m
Divine worship at 10:45 a nv
Sermon: “In His Footsteps”
Family night at 8 p. m. Thurs-
day. bv the Trinity Mission guild.
WASHER BROKE DOWN?
t KRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
| l/mdon and Hoff
Church school at 9:46 a. m
Christian Science service* at 11
Testimonial services at 8 p. m.
Wednesd a y.
in all Christian Science churches CHURCH OF TIIE N AKA REN F
throughout the world a lesaon-ser-, W. H. Snow, Pastor
mon will be road Sunday. Nov. 7, i Bible school at 9:45 a. m George
on the subject, Adam and Fallen Or ah am. superintendent.
Man.” Morning worship at 10 45 a. rtf
The Golden Text will be: "Ceaac [Sermon by the pastor,
ye from man, whose breath is in | N Y. P societies at 6:46 p. m
his nostrils: for wherein is he to Evening worship at 7:45 p m.
be accounted of?” (Isaiah 2:22). j We Invite you to worship with
Bible selections include the follow- us.
log from I John 3:9: “Whosoever -
is bom ol God doth not commit FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
sin; lor his seed remalneth In him:j jt yy, Hodges. Pastor
and he cannot sin. because he is Sunday school at 9 30 a m. F
born of Ood M. Cochran, superintendent. A
A passage from the Christian good class for each age group
Science textbook. “Science and General worship service at 10:50
Health with Kev to the Scriptures” a Anthem: “A Song of Peace”
by Mary Baker Eddy, will also bo Sibelius, by the choir, with so-
included. which reads as follows: prftno obligato by Mrs Father
“When speaking of God's children
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