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CHAPEL - CREEK NEWS things are in Sunday at Eden Chapel. for this past been met and so new goals )1 classes and different Bob and Nancy have been great in this area. Chapel is also to begin a during church doing some much roof repair. the of Lost Creek for the An- Saturday 17. Several people have some of their ~to church to inspire else. As a there will be of favorite from the Lost cookbook. Creek members be serving at Heights this This work the needs of many neighbors community. a hayrack November will leave Eden at 6:00, travel to Alhright farm weiner roast and time. Then return Chapel. It is all ages. Youth group is at 5:00 on ' evenings at Eden ~+ve had several in the hospital I~st week: Bernice Olive Hall and Hall. Our love go out to all -O- UNION MESSAGES P Larry Esllnger a gorgeous day! is not very high the chill is I 'm sitting here picni~ table in of the church and I may be but I think it place. This the "little brown in the vale" we And that evening a fami- ly came to rededicate their family to the Lord. Praise the Lord! Ivan Brown is doing better, Dorothy said he was sitting up and if he continues to improve the way he has been,he will get to go home soon, He is having trouble with his heart and continues to need our prayers. Others on our prayer list; Forest Jimason, Jack Bush, Amy Scott, Jeried Field, Jane Dooley, Skip Pettus, Florence Nettles, Ruia Hodson, Lori Dooley, Rita Matheson, Rod Brekhage, Eva Axtell. We used our new hym- nals Sunday, and we en- joyed them very much. Thank you, Lord, and thank all of you who helped buy them. They are a blessing. Wednesday at 7 p.m. we are having fellowship, and a class on personal witnessing. Everyone is invited. Sunday, Nov. 4, will be the first day of our revival. The Musical Lin- dquists will be here for the morning service, and we will have a covered dish dinner in the fellowship hall im- mediately after that ser- vice. The revival will be fit 7:30 p.m. each evening through Wednesday, November 7. Make plans to come and bring a friend Our annual Thanksgiv- ing Community Dinner will be November 18, at 6:30 p.m. The Young peo- ple will be in charge of the morning service which begins at 10 a.m. Don't forget to bring your Love Loaves back on this date A beautiful and busy time of the year. Remember to take time out of your busy schedule to be with the Lord; and on November 6, Remem- ber to Vote! "O- was a blessing! Young ladies came for healing and May the richly bless them. THE BIBLE STUDENT ~erson who Mother truly i~d to the - of God. The of Israel, declared: 'q'he declare the of God and the showeth handiwork." 19:1). ard and severe can wreak on bird pheasant, and prairie counteract loss hard winter, MEHAN UNION CHURCH NEWS game birds will encouragement will an early nest t egin at 7:00 Sunday raise that and then build evening and at 7:30 Man- nest with eggs day through Friday. raise that broodThe public is invited to come and "be encourag- ed." A nursery will be provided for each service. Chekd Enid, Okla. OLD SPOT DAIRf PRODUCTS The I nquist Gospel Team Kill be at the Mehan Union Church for a Revival Meeting, Nov. 4 thru 7 at 11 a,m. on the 4th and 7:30 each evening. The two Lindquist couples which comprise this gospel team, are known for their inspira- tional gospel music. In the campaign in Mehan, the team will be heard each night in special features such as Royall's testimony en- titled "forty-eight hours to live", a musical fiesta or smorgasbord, gospel cartoons, gospel magic and others. Pastor Larry Eslinger and friends of Mehan Union Church ex- tend a cordial welcome to everyone come. CARNEY NEWS Pat Skaggs Merrick Reunion The Merrick Church house was the place where one hundred and twenty former school chums and folks who us- ed to live in the com- munity years agao, met Sunday October 21, 1984. The day began early with people from all over the United States gather- ing for reminiscing and fun. A delicious pot luck Dawson of Oklahoma Ci- ty, Harriett Autry of Ed- mond, and Arvilla Savage of Carney. Three of the sisters, Erma Owens of West Covina, Calif., Loren Jazen of Homeland, Calif., and Lanora Benson of Rialto, Calif, were unable to at- tend. Others there were: the Jones brothers and sisters, Stanleys, Houstons, McCorkles, Davenports, Bardoes, Vandeventers, Savages, Mahars, Raupes, Porters, and many others. The day ended around 3:30 with the hopes to meet again in two years, same place "Old Merrick Church House." Thank You, Lord Thank You, Lord for the happiness we ex- perience in get-togethers. These are nostalgic time as well as get-acquainted times. What a good time the older ones have! Con- versation begins with "Remember When," or "Remember the Time?" After all, there's no bet- ter way of having fellowship than by recall- ing a common memory. The older we get, the more we realize and ap- preciate our heritage. Then there's always all that food and food and food, and almost always a new .face, a new in-law or a new baby. dinner was enjoyed at These occasions are noon. Lots of pictures ' truly some of life's hap- were taken. Music by piest moments. --Pat several old chums was enjoyed by everyone. Among some of those arrive early were the "Griffith Sisters", Ida Faye Raupe of Guthrie, Lillian Weiderman of Midwest City, Leatha Skaggs Senior Citizens Take Tour Four Carney Senior Citizens took a memorable tour through fourteen states and Canada, recently. Those enjoying the tour were Let's Worship Together . . , Perkins -- Rtpley- Carney Tryon -- Coyle -- Glencoe Harold and Junita Carpenter, Idella Smith and Vetta Lackey. One of the highlights of their tour was the "Thousand Islands" in Canada. They said that the beautiful jade waters of the island purifies itself every twelve hours. Other spots of interest were: several historical museums, ferry boat rides, night tours in New York City and Washing- ton, D.C., the Liberty Bell in Independence, Mo., the Boston tour of the Old North Church, Maid of the Mist at Niagra Falls where they say both sides of the Falls, and the Air Force Museum at Columbus. Many other places were also enjoyed. Little Blessings As I rose from my bed this morning I looked out into the stillness of the day, thanking God for all my blessings and for let- ting me rise once again into the beautiful world where all God's creation would turn twenty four hours once more. As the sun began to creep over the treetops, the glistening of the mor- ning dew sparkled on the grass, showing the moisture that had gathered there through the night. Clouds of fog fell, but soon descended as the sun brought its warm rays from the sky. The birds were singing sweetly as the leaves began to rustle and fall from the soft breeze that began to blow. "The season is chang- ing", I thought, as the coolness of the morning brought a chill through the house. I closed the door and thanked God | 11~ l~erKl~ jourit~u for all the little blessings, like the birds, the trees and the sun. things we JUST ARRIVED take for granted each day. God is so good to us all. Let us take time each Simplicity day to thank Him fo- ~i the little blessings. ~ .+: + Christmas Patterns 1111 I IIIIII III1! 0% 40% Ship'n Shore & Devon Blazers, Skirts, & Pants and Blouses 20% off One Group of Ladies Perkins, Okla. ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY JUST ARRIVED! 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