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Page 4 ST. I LUTHERANCHURCH I | Corner 3rd & H St., S.E. I I L. c. ~mAur/P~tor | Phone SU 7-6593 | | Chureh School 9:45 a.m. E [ Worship 11:00 a.m, I I ....I ST, MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL GHUllGH Corner I & 5th Sts. Quincy, Wash. ~u~day Service 9:15 a.m~: Holy Communion Second Sunday of the Month' REV. D. C. O'CONNFJ.J.) FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH " 4th & H St., S.E. Lowell Messley, Pastor Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Worship 10:00 a.m Q,,i,,,~ Pwt-as~s~r W.,h~,~. ,CENTRAL CHURCH An. installation service for Central Baptist Sunday S~,ool teachers: and officers will be held Sunday evening at the 7:00 o'clock'service The fol- lowing teachers and officers will be installed: Ger?ld Hnff. Sur~t: Kenneth Garrett. as- sistant; Mrs. Lory Scott, sec- retary: Mrs John Wheeler, Mrs. Kenneth C-arretl. Mrs. Don l,ow. Mrs M~rion R~zey, Mrs. Roy Massev. Mrs. Herb- Sunday eft Clark, B,,d Henson. John Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Wheeler, Mrs. Ira Reese, Communion and Sermon C1ifCt, rd t~ook, Marion Razey, 11:00 a.m. Azil McClintock Rom. 16:16 "The Church --''-- of Christ Salutes You. THEIlllllTEll CHURCH - Everyone is Welcome - Unl/rU ~- ~ "Deepening Our Faith" is RE-E---;;DEMER........ the theme for the spiritual life emphasis program to be observed at The United Church. October has been LOTHERAN CHURCH designated as Spiritual Life MISSOURI SYNOD celebration of the Lord's Sup- per next Sunday, October2, 1st Ave. & B St., S E. Emphasis Month with the Sunday Worship 9:00"a.m. to inaugerate the thrL~e point !Sunday School 10:15 a.m. emphasis program The Church of the The areas of emphasis in "Lutheran Hour the program are worship, - You Are Invited - study, and prayer. Faithful I ~'' daily worship in the home CENTRAL CHURCH "With the Lighted Spire" 1st at J St., S.W. ~hureh School 10:00 a.m. Worship .11:00 a m. and 7:00 p.m. ' Herbert Clark, Pastor J and worship each Sunday at church is ,,flrged. Each family is requested to study the four gospels, Matthew, M a r k, Luke, and John: and the book of Acts to be accompa- nied by a study and use of the medium of prayer. The pastor will speak each Sunday on a topic vital to the emphasis. The tooie for this Sunday, being entitled "God Our Father." The emnhasis is accompanied by a study on "Jesus ~hrist--Tbo Basis of our Faith" in the Adult Chureh Sghool Class. A pas- toffs "Prayer Clinic" is al- so bet.rig offered to persons PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH This Sunday the Presby- terian Church will join with millions of other Christians throughout the entire world as tbey celebrate together the Sacrament of Holy Commun- ion. This will be at the 11 o'clock service only In order to do a more com- plete job of Christian Educa- tin and al!ow more time for St,ndady Church School and worship will he~in at 9:30 a.m. instead of 9:45 as has been the custom. GEORGE CHURCH NEWS Christ The ~avinr T,,~her- an Church at George will be- gin a new schedule for the winter months be~innine this S u n d a y. Sunday School ~lasses will meet at 10:45 a.m. and the Sundav Worsbio T-Iour will be held at 7:30 p.m. This Sunday, Rev. Paul M. Lehenbauer will speak on the theme, "Living As the Children of God." Visitors and guests are always wel- come to attend any and all services of the church at George. Since a new quarter in the Sunday School year be- gins this Sunday, parents es- pecially are encouraged to enroll children who have not been attendin~ S u n tt a y School on this Sunday. Class-. es are held for childron from age three on through grade nine The meeting place of the church is in the new shop- ping center at George.' desiring to learn more about prayer. The first meetings of these are scheduled for. Sat- urday, October 1, at 8:00 p.m. for men, and Tuesday, Octo- ber 4, at 10:00 a.m. for wom- en. the FIRST delicious MULTI-VITAMIN WITH PRECIOUS LIVER CONCENTRATE AND IRON ... IS THE TIME TO.PLAN YOUR FERTILIZER PROGRAM WITH YOUR LOCAL NEW and $UHDRli:$ % ~::i:.:.:,:,:.:.:~::>: ,,ght .ow !:i~i:i ~i:.!:.!~::[;?i~'.: Meltamins Jr. M-E-L-Tin your mouth ~ taste candy Now it's a pleasure to give ' your children vitamins. 60 TABLETS ...... 3.29 ~.k to~ FREE ..,.p~: New Rexoll Low (alorie DietL _9_00 CALORIES ALLY', - BUTTERSCOTCH- VA NILLA-2 CHOC.-, REG. ,.40 99C CO.OP SUPPLIERI PLAN NOW FOR Fall & Next Spring CROPS Golden Harvest aqua ammonia._ so- lution 32, aqua phos, 8-2.4-0~ liquid ~e4LIl~ complete Liquid mixes. Golden Harvest, Central Farmers and all popular brands of high quality simple fertilizers---plus the long list of~ PACIFIC. GOLDEN HARVEST and popuhir brands of farm chemicals can be supplied by your-- LOCAL PHONE 7.2101 TUSSY Moist ure Cream and Lotio~ Tussy's privatc formula puts the dew i~. you.-Vitamin A chases flaky spo[s away. And potent lit- tle oils kiss the woes of sun and wind and rain good-bye. Mois- ture Lotion all day tall ovcr). Moisture Cream all night. All for him , cn ~ 5~ ~,~.,,u or .~-..u ~[&,/~/ t~t;n'/ Regularly $3.00 and $5.00. PACIFIC SUPPLY COOPERATIVE QUINCY, WASHIN6TOH :~Center/, September ST, PAUL LUTHERAN CHI Sunday, St. Paul Church will obs~ nual Mission two special worship At the 11:00 a m. service, the Rev. Fritz of Odessa, will be the guest the 2:30 o.m. ice. the Rev. rath of Cashmere. speaker. Sunday at 9:45. At noon,, and friends of tion will share in dinner in the We invite you and come and share day with us. Due to the condition in our 'School, a Change of for our pre-school must be made. Pu ed in our. Ntlrsery 'dergarten classes longer meet on these classes will m Wednesday from 1 I:OO' a.m. Pre-sehool de Mrs." LeRoy . Macky Higashe ~r'ed !Schulz,-and Kulivi. The week day struction class for graders meets every tlay at 3:45 p.m: grad~ers 3:41~"p~m~ "We Orge~ enroll :gour 0hild The chdi/-~neet hearsal Thursday This group will sing services at the val this Sunday. We members, to be on rehearsal. 'The Quarterly St: ":Paul Lutheran will. be held the' services on ol:~r"'9. The' Bu mittee .will make to the this meeting .Church of the I~IouT in ~,. payor .1%u l. '~: speak onthe theme, The" Cost" in* the service this Sunday ~,,rn,~ At 10:15 a.m. day School classes High School Bible meet for their this Sunday ~begin& quarter, parents arei~ ly encouraged to children this SundaY. and guests are ,any and all meetings deemer Lutheran, located at 1st Ave. S.E, ~s. Dena Hooyet de@mer Lutheran Quincy was elected CoIumbia Basin resent the Zone at natlonaI Convention Luigneran Women's League, which will at Pittsburg. , in -July of 190L Which met recently' illah, also elected a of ~0fficers, R. Griesse, Pastor at Pullman fhe' topic, "Campus The-next Zone edu2ed'tol be held ~f :,,:THE PRE, ::: CHURCH ', :North Central :LIVIN( ~ere's a C h~irch Sunday Worship 7: Sunday School Meeting now at George Sholaping' Christ the LUTHF~AN Everyone is