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CHAPEL- November 4-7 at 7:00, LOST CREEK the Musical Lindquists ~H NEWS will be here for Fall Sunday, October Festival 1984. There will be Laity Sunday. be music and preaching Ypeople will be taking and celebration of life. at bothser- Make plans to attend. giving minister You will be blessed. an opportuni- Next Sunday evening back and listen, we will have a film called Sunday following "Hungry Angels" and Sunday, Max will we will begin our Love his six part Loaf Program. This will on Sin. be an opportunity for beginning Sun- you to help feed the V night will be rehear- hungry of the world. for the Christmas Congratulations to "A Song... A Raymond and Florence A Son..." You're Nettles who celebrated to join the Lost their 20th wedding an- and Eden Chapel niversary Sunday. Praise at 6:30 Sunday the Lord. at Eden Chapel. Thanks for the spec- Christmas ions. The Youth sang two eta practice, the songs, and Florence Net- of Revelationcon- ties and Diana Spiva This is a very in- each had a message in study and even song for us. You were all who have studied a blessing. Thank you. before are As you pray this week, more. remember Rod and are still Diana Brakhage, Danny Creek Kelly, Florence Nettles, sale. Stop by the the activities of the Tag Agency or church, and that we have 547-5207 for your need of rain. See you in church, ^ Larry Eslinger UNION -0- MESSAGES COYLE NEWS By Velma Downey like snow. The air The Logan County today, but Fail Cimarron Valley Exten- arrived. Driving seen Homemakers Club the highways, the met Monday evening in reds, oranges the home of Mrs. Arlene Yellows are beautiful Hicks. refreshing to the Mrs. Tommy Bentley presided at the business was a good meeting. The devotional at the Lord's House. was read by the hostess were 100 persons from Psalms 92:1. and one The flag salute was forward with in- given, followed by roll prayer, call led by the secretary, talked about the Mrs. Robert Adair. It in Praise. Paul was answered by,'Favor- were in jail in ite time saving hints raiddle of the night, for the holidays.'Min- they praised the utes of the previous and things began meeting were read and MIRACLES approved. If you will A treasurer's report the Lord where was given by Mrs. Arlene are, miracles will Hicks. in your life, The Mrs. Adair was the doors will open, program leader and will be free. presented the program evening we on, 'Time Management care of business at for the Holiday Season.' quarterly meeting. Special guest present are able to make a was Mrs. Wayne Whet- loan pay- more who later was ahead of schedule, welcomed into the club new hym- as a new member. we have started An invitation was read for new pews. to attend the twentieth first fall hayrack annivbrsary of Mr and the year will be Mrs. James Freuden- October 12. We berger on October 7, the church at 1984. I.m. If you are not Election of officers was make it for the held with Mrs. Darrel Nivens being named !the Arthur Pond. president; vice-president, evening services Mrs. Diane Lamecker; changed f~om secretary, Mrs. Fred Wednesdays Schneider; treasurer, we will have Mrs. Ed{vard Ford; and a per- public relations, Mrs. Witnessing class Tommy Bentley. evenings will be There were ten service, members present and quests Mrs. Wayne ~BIBLE STUDENT Whitmore and Justin humh was in- Allison and Jennifer to "go into all the Bentley, Rabble ~tm~," Mark 16:15. Lanecker, Heather and a~n~ of today's Chris Nivens, and Vicky rodin (radio, TV,and Jan Hicks. Prht~l page), they Refreshments were Acts 8:4. served by the hostess ;hadnot ful- assisted by her ,[twasdestin- daughters,Vicky and Jan, to the members and The almetles, In- guests present. could slmak in The next meeting will tongues, and the be in November in the through the hying on home of Mrs. Fred impart the gift of Schneider with Mrs. tolmlkve.. Diane Lamecher as the gospel was corn- in this manner to lesson leader. that day. Sunday, September 30th, Mrs. Arlene Hicks Chekd Enid, Okla. SPOT DAIIf PRODUTS H de.rid StlUwater 372- i 21 honored her mother Mrs. Roy La Rue on her 75th birthday with a party at the Guthrie Nursing Center, Guthrie. A beautifully decorated bir- thday cake and ice cream was served following the honoree opening her gifts. Present was her daughter Mrs. Arlene Hicks; granddaughters, Mrs. Pamela Longan, Stillwater; Jan Hicks, Coyle; great-grand- daughters Kimberly, Karl, and Krystal of Stillwater; and Mr. La Rue. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Downey were Wednes- day evening supper quests of their grand- mother, Mrs. Velma Downey. Mrs. Maxine Johnston and Mrs. Velma Downey made a business trip to Stillwater Thursday and they had lunch at Long John Silvers. "0" CLARKSON- OAKDALE NEWS By Belle Whitmore Home Builders EH club met September 3rd at 1:30 at the Communi- ty Building for their regular meeting. It was called to order by the President, Shirley Long. The Lord's Prayer and Pledge to the Flag were given. Minnie Bieberdorf gave the devotional and a poem. The treasurer's report was given by Mildred. She said the pie supper was a great suc- cess. There was a nice crowd and everything was sold. The Christmas tree and program was discussed. A Thank You card from Hazel Bucke was read. There were 11 mem- bers and two guests who answered roll by telling what nationality they were from. It was amaz- ing how many countries, tribes and nationalities were represented. The lesson was given by Shirley. We were very happy to have Mrs. Earhart, the new Exten- sion agent as our guest. She participated in the discussion. The next community get together will be Oc- tober 13 at 7:30. It will be a Chili Supper with pie or cake or whatever you want to bring. Everyone is welcome. Refreshments were served by Mildred. Clayton Long and Mrs. Earhart were guests. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vern VanBeb- ber were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmore and Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kesslinger, Ty and Gabriel were Satur- day visitors. Vern broke his leg Friday getting off his tractor. He is to have another cast put on it Monday. -o- Coyle Christian Church Holds Revival Coyle Christian Church will be in revival October 14-19. Bill Park, minister at Northside Christian Church in Oklahoma City, will be the evangelist. Brother Park will be preaching in both regular Sunday ser- vices at 11:00 a.m., and 7:30 p.m., and at 7:00 p.m., nightly, Monday through Friday. All messages will come from I Corinthians. Bill Park is a native of Let's Worship Together . . , Perkins --- Ripley --- Carney Tryon -- Coyle --- Glencoe --PBIEKINS-- by of God Church Pastor --TSYOH-- , School 9:45 a.m. First Christian Church Worship 1 t :DO a.m.I~lvld Crater. PastOr Worship 7:00 p.m. Sunday SChool I0:00 o.m. Night Worship Service I 1:00 0, m. 7 to 8:15 p.m, AIl~ly Of GOd Churdl Church of Chrllt Oevld Whitener, Pastor |0:00 o.rn. Sunday School 9:45 o,m. Worship 6:00 p.m. MOrning Worship 11:00 o,m, Bible Study 7:30 pro. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study 6:30 p.m, First kptbt Church First Septlst Church Lloyd Campbell II llboff biffs, PaStor Sunday School,0:00 o.m. today Worship 8:30 a.m,Worship I 1:00 o.m. d0:50 a.m, Sun. Evening 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Chriltkln Union Church Ted Glb.on, Pastor Even. 7:00 p,m. Sunday School10:00 a.m. Eve. 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. CYE 6:00 p.m. First Christ,on Church Son eunyon0 Palter --OLINCOe-- 9:45 om, AmmhJy of ~ a1~lrch 10:45 o.rn, l$OmleS R. Calllo| Feltowshlp6:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 o,m. 3vd Tues. Morning Worship I | :(30 a,m. 1:30 p.m. Evangelistic Serv. 7:00 p.m. Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Midweek Service Seventh DIy 7:30 p, rn. Advemtlet United Methodist Churdh School 9:30 a.m. ~lo Ml~t, PaStOr > Service 11.'00 o.m. Church School 10:00 o.m. Methedbt Church Morning Worship ' I:00 a.m. Ilo. W. $1t1~. II~ltoe MYF S:30 p,m. School 9:45 a.m. Wednesday Midweek Service Worship t1:00 o.rn, 7:30 I~,rn Church of God W.C. (~rolmm, Pastor , Sc'hoot 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. IEvongelism 6:30 p.rn. Wed Prayer Mtg 7:30 p.m. --lib OIAIqL-- United Methodist Churdb Max Rtdd, Peetor Morning Worship 9:45 aim, Sunday khoo: I0:45 o.m. Evening Worship7:00 p.m. Bible Study 7:00 p.m: UMYF 7:00 p.m --LOST amK- Max tudd. Peot School 10:00 a.m. ,Morning Worship 11:00 o.m. -4aiR.it-- First Owrdl of God Amid Smith, Iqmtor Sunday School 9:45 o.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed. Service 7:30 p.m, First United MethodJit Church hry W. Wenflot, Pelter Morning Worship 9:30 o.m. Church School 10:30 a.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.rn. Youth Meeting 6:(30 p.rn, Church of Chase Bible Study I0:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. First Chrlstlen Church Ithll Nkldlett, Pastor Sunday SchoolIOO0 o.m. Morning Worship 11 :(30 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m, Evangelistic Serv 7:00 p.m. Wed. Service 7:00 p.m. "--COYLB-- First Chdntlon Churd~ SmO W. Gruff. Mlnbtor Sunday School 10:00 o,m Morning Worship 11:(](3 a.m Youth Meetings 6:30 p,m Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Women's Council, 3rd Wed, 2p.rn First United Methodbt Church Sunday School I0:00 a,m. Wor~hip Service t0:4S o.m. Trinity Tabernacle Pentecostal Church of God 723 E, 17th Stillwater Sunday A.M. 10 a.m. Sunday P.M. 7 p.m. Thurs, RM. 7 p.m. First Seleti Church Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship I,:00 a.m. ' Training Union 6:45 p,m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed. Service 7;30 p.m. Chu~ h of Christ Jklmea Runner, Minister Sunday School 9:45 o,m. Morning Worship 10:45 o.m. Youth Meeting 6;30 p.rn. Evehing Worship 7:30 p.m. Wed: Service 7:30 p.rn --ARNIY--- First Chrbtlon Church Sunday School 10:00 o.m Church Services 11:00 o.m. Youth N~e,ing 3:00 p.m. Evening Service 6:30 p.m. AIsombly of ~ Church Lonnlo I~me~, kilter Sunday Schoot 9:45 am Church Service 10 45 o m Evening Worship 6:30 p~, Wed Evening 7(XJ pro. --ABIA CHUICHIS-- SO~ Crooh Church the Irethren ~l ml. War of Cuehlns t, Reymer Cox, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a,m. Morning Worship 10:45 o.m. Evening Serv*ce 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Tues 7:30 p,m Choir, Wed. 7:30 pro. Diamond Valley ml | of Stlllweter on Sl Sunday School 10:00 o.m Morning Worship 1 !:00 a m. You,,g People 7:30 pro. Evening Worship 7:30 p, rn Peredlle k~ttlt Million Jecklo McAnelly 6ml S. Sml War Stlllwoter Sunday School 10:00 o,m. Morning Worship 11:00 am, Evening Worship 6:00 p,rn Mohon Union Church rnl J of 177 on Mehen teed Larry hlloler. Pentor Sunday School '0:00 o.m Morning Worship 1 I:00 o.m Bible Study 7:00 pro. b Young People 7:00 p.m IJhor#y Free hthodlnt Nerry AkmM. I~a~or 4 ml S of Perkins end $ ml | of 10A Stench Sunday School 10;00 o.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a,rn, Evening Wo~hip 6:00 p.rn Frhsods Chapel Vel Ilklden@lno, Pastor " 7 ml W of Perklol on Hwy I$ Sunday School 10:00 o.m. Morning Worship , 1:00 a,m. "Evening Worship 7;30 p.m. :'~-~ w.,~2,,. ,,z= p~m. / / i i the Coyle area, having This will feature the mix- been graduated from ed quartet "Witness" Coyle High School in which is composed of Mr. 1956. He is also a and Mrs. Edd Pryor and graduate of Midwest Mr. and Mrs. Kent Corn- Christian College, well of Broken Arrow. Oklahoma City, and The Pryors are previous holds a Masters of Stillwaterresidente. Education degree from The public is cordially Emmanuel School of invited to share in this Religion, Johnson City, time of revival. For add|- Tennessee. He has had tional information call various ministries in In- Bruce Graft, host diana, Kansas, and minister. North Carolina before 4 coming to Northside CONTRACT about ten years ago. He AWARDED TO BUILD will soon be moving to CARNEY PO Medicine Lodge, Kansas, The U. S. Postal Ser- to begin a new ministry vice has awarded a Con- there, tract to build and lease a Mrs. Vinita Park will new main post office be the song evangelist, building in Carney, leading the congrega- Postmaster Hazel E. tional singing and also McEwen said here. presenting several The contract was special numbers. During awarded to J. L. Ken- her college days she sang nett, P.O. 446, Dewey, with a girls' quartet at Oklahoma Midwest Christian Col- The new post office will lege. More recently she have 1,856 sq. ft. of in- has been involved with terior floor space and will the music ministry at be located on the nor- Northside. theast corner of the in- A musical afterglowtersection of Santa Fe will follow the service and Lincoln. Wednesday evening. Construction costs will How's Your Home Life? We are working on ours at Church October is FAMILY month with sermons and other activities to strengthen the home. JOIN US! ... .. , , tile rer~,,is ,~,lltit~,,i t,at~u$, uctooor 1,, luo,~ -- PAGE 11 be paid with private SPECIAL SERVICE funds and the building will be leased to the The VincoPentecostal Postal Service for a basic Church of God will have period of 10 years with a special group Sunday renewal options for 20 evening, Oct. 14. Agr0up from Full , Gospel additional years. Aesen bly of God ch , The building is ex- pected to be completed in Cuebi_ug, will be present. March 1985. It begins at 6:30. .. -(3" -O- ,., l HOLLAND HOUSE BUFF I Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday thru Saturday' Sunday open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ": Lunch ............................. 11-2 p,mi Evening ............................... 5-9 F.=. Friday Night ................. Fish & Seafa~ Saturday (all day) ............. Bar-B~ue R]~ (All you desire to eat) ~ 824 S. Main Stfllwat~ 1984-85 SEASON, :,:. :, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE . *" by Arthur Miller ............................ Nov: 1-4, 8al:l THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES by John Guare .......................... Feb. 7-10~ l~::]? BAREFOOT IN THE PARK -. by Neil Simon ..................... Apr. 25-28, Mar. ANNIE GET YOUR GUN by Irving Berlin ............................ July 9-i4 SEASON TICKET ORDER FORM:' !::: Name(s) .......................................... Address ................ : ........................... , ..... ,. ........ .. o--... ........*..'....o..*.*...----*.--.------*------~ teiepnone ........................................... ,..,, I would like ........................ T&G Seasori Tickets at $14 each - Mail Check to: Town & Gown : "*'" :' P.O. Box 94, Stillwater, OK 7407"6~:~ u/nnllnmlllllmllllllll Advance reservation cards will be ~ ",,'* mailed to season ticket holders before each play f |l - - .- II ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY The true light that is intended for every man has come into the world. This light ----- shines perpetually into the darkness in which man lives and the darkness can- not overcome it. It radiates from the manger stall at Bethlehem; it gleams from Calvary's hill; on Easter morn it broke the bonds of time and is eternally present in our world. Joy to the world indeed! Praise God from whom all blessings flow! The light is here; we need not even ask it, but only open our eyes. Then why do so many walk yet in darkness? There is only one answer, they love darkness bet- ter than light. For those who stumble blindly about life and yearn for respite, there stands an eternal invitation-- "Come unto me all ye who labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest." For those whose hearts ache with emptiness --"Behold I stand at the door and knock. If any man will hear my 'voice and open the door I will come in to him." ttll,I, ,, Is something wrons with your life-- an inner n~stlets dissatisfaction? The v,., er to ~e~ human problem comes only f, om God our Msker, He alone can forgive and ~sssure, Through the church God his co~- matted the provision and prorhm=. tion of His forgiveness and redeem. ing love. Without = church relation no one is securely related to God. wry~r sb.ld be i~ the Cborr6 .d tb~ Cb~b ie ~pue! This Message Sponsored By . . . Mc r~nlol Son Hdwe. "A ~ Henlwere In a Town" Sill end Joan ~lol 111 S. Nksln $47-2472 Perkins, Og hker'= Dry ISoods Store 102 S. Meln P~rktns $47-2461 The Christian Book Store Let the Chrhtlon leokltere Help Light the Woyl CJen~eflHI PJeM St JJJw~tor $}$4~1P9 Perkins "Y" Livestock Auction Sele livery Wednedey $47.3S15 Pl~klnl, OK Long'= Greclry-Gibble Gas Tire Shop Mnin Street in Coyb Open 70eyn week 7 e.m. to 10 p.m. 446-3096 4464205 Wyatt's Cafeteria "it'. the JOlt ~e Style C4soklns In tOrY' Clmrron Plato $fl'!mter ~11~. I ~11 ' Perkins T.V. Appliance SCA. Whirlpool. Litton Appliances 547.2122 Hwy 177 N of City PERKINS, OKLAHOMA Cooper Mud Company s00 N. MIchl~n Cuchlnv. Oklokeme 9 lS-225.370S Compliments of McAnally's Grocery 547,5183 hlph|s Packing Company Custom I~td~'k~ end Prowlnlnl W. Iqmmmn St. $4?.3464 Perklnt OK J L