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Churches Of The
Church of Christ
Corner X and Spruct
Bible study, 10 a.m. Morning
Worship service, 11 a.m. Lord's
Supper, 11:45. Evening service.
7:30 p.m. Mid week Bible Study,
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Public is
being invited to all services.
Church of the Nazarene
Birch and Y
Rtv. Lawrence Abla
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Ed
Alexander, superintendent A
warm and sincere welcome awaits
each member of the family.
Morning worship 10:50 a.m. A
message by the pastor. Evening
worship 7:30 p.m. Good singing.
Message by the pastor. Young
people's meeting 6:45 p.m. Sun
day. Everett Rhoten, president.
Mid-week prayer service, 7:30 p.
ni. Wednesday. Special study of
prayer and revivals.
Our Lady of the Valley
Sunday Masses, 8 10 a.m. Ben
ediction with the Most Blessed
Sacrament immediately after the
10 a.m. Mass. Week day Mass
7:30 a.m. Holyday Masses, 8 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Holy Hour on Thurs
day preceding the First Friday of
each month from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Confessions every Saturday from
4 to 5 p.m. and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Elgin: Mass every Sunday at
Union: Mass Sundays at 9:30.
North Powder: Mass on Sun
days at 8:00.
St. Margaret's Catholic
Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. Holy days,
I a.m. .jt i
Sunday Masses, 7 and 10:30 a.m.
.loly days, 7 a.m. and p.m.
Assembly of God
Willis W. Baker, pastor
9:43 a.m. Sunday 8:hool
11 ajn. Morning Worship.
Evening worship. 7 S0 p.m.
nrday. Morning worship service,
11 a.m. Young peoples meeting,
Elgin Church of the
Volnay A. Johnson, pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Clar
jnce Bechtcl, ' superintendent.
Classes for all ages. Morning
worship 11 a.m. Evening wor
ship 7:30 p.m. Inspirational
jinging with messages on the Pa-
triachs of the Bible. Young peo
ple's meeting 6:45 p.m.. Junior
Society, Mrs. Bermece Moles,
supervisee 6:45 p.m. NYPS, Bob
Dyer, president. Mid-week pray
er service, prayer and praise, 7:30
Cove Seventh Day
Sabbath school, 10:30 a.m., Sat
8 p.m. Prayer meeting each Wed
nesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Assembly of God
Ravarand Joseph L. Boyle
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morning
worship 11 a.m. Evening worship
7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer ser
vice Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Full Gospel Pentecostal
Elder ZEOELL JACKSON, pastor
- Sunday School 10 a.m. Bemice
Turner, superintendent. Morning
worship 11:15 a.m. YPCW 7 p.nr.
Ruth Roberson, president. Evening
worship 8 p.m. Tuesday Bible
study 8 p.m. Midweek prayer
Thursday at 8 p.m. Noonday pray
er every day Monday through
Friday at 12 noon. Always plenty
of music and singing. All races
being welcome. Prayer for the
Walter A. Bean, bishop
Sunday: 8:45 a.m.. Priesthood
meeting. 10 a.m., Sunday school;
1:30 p.m.. Sacrament meeting.
Tuesday: i p.m., Relief Society;
4 p.m.. Primary; 7:30 p.m., MIA
Melvin Westenskow, bishop
Sunday Services: Priesthood
meeting 9:30 a.m.; Sunday School
11 a.m.; Sacrament service 6:30
p.m. in lower chapel. Thursday:
Relief Society 2 p.m.; Primary 4
p.m.; MIA 7:30 p.m.
Rev. M. Murl Gatseway, pastor
Sunday school 10 a.m. Orel Ev
uns, superintendent Morning
worship 11 a.m. Evening worship
8 p.m. Young people's meeting.
7 p.m.; training union, 7 p.m. Mid
week prayer service and Bible
Study Wednesday evening at 8
Rev. Dwight Williams '
Sunday school 9 a.m. For all
ages. Morning worship 9:45 a.m.
Young people's meeting Sunday
evening, 8:30, Methodist Youth
Church of Naiarene
REV. A. R. MACDONALD, pastor
Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning
worship, 11 a.m. Evening worship.
7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer ser
vice, . Thursday, 7:30. Missionary
meeting second Tuesday of each
Assemblies of God
Third and Jefferson Streets
Rev. B. B, Robeson
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. David
Brown, Supt. 'Abraham's Faith
and Trial" is our lesson subject
for this Sunday. Morning worship,
11a.m. Evangelist Vaale is speak
ing on a message for the Church.
Gospel Hour Broadcast every Sun
day over Radio KLBM fiom 6:30
to 7 p.m. Evening worship, 7:45
p.m. Great evangelistic s-rvice
with Vaale Evangelistic family in
charge. Ladies Prayer service
every Thursday at 10 a.m.
211 Fir St.
Lt. Oakley Summers
Sunday school 9:45 am YPSM
rabelle Winn. Morning worship
11 a.m. Holiness meeting: Sun
day morning. Evening worship
7:30 p.m. Salvation meeting
Sunday evening. Young people's
meeting, Monday 7.30 p.m. Mid
veek prayer service and Bible
itudy Thursday, 7 ).ni.
Church of God
REV. WINTON MORGAN, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Sun
day School Superintendent Gerald
ine Morgan. Morning worship, 11
a.m. Evening worship. 7:30 p.m.
Bibye study and prayer service.
6:30 p.m. Young people's meeting,
7:30 p.m., Thursday, Y.P.E. pres.
Rev. Mark Ber,nham. Song prac
tice, 7 p.m.
Kingdom Hall of
Residing Minister, M. Burling
Morning 9 a.m. Public Ministry.
Evening, 7 p.m., "How to Guard
Your Children From Delinquency,"
public talk by S. Frangsrud, a
Watchtower representative from
Pendleton, 8:15 p.m. Watchtower
Bible study and discussion on
"Be filled with Spiritual Discern
ment and "Spiritual Discernment
as evidence of Christian Ma
turity." Mid-week service, Tues
day, Bible study at 8 p.m., King
dom hall. 1517 U Ave.. 1409 W and
Friday, 7:30. Both Bible speaking
classes followed at 8:30 Ministry
6th and N
Rev. W. F. Biel, pastor
' 4 p.m., Sunday School. 5 p.m.,
divine worship, with sermon
"The Commandments of God and
the Traditions of Men," Mark 7
1-23, by Rev. Biol. Soloist, Neil
Wilson, Organist, Janet Ivie.
Attend the "Church of the Luther
Rev. Wallace N. Hastings, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Classes
for' all ages. Morning worship
U a.m. Communion of the Lord's
Supper will be observed. Music by
the Chancel Choir. Sermon by
the minister wi'l be entitled "First
Things First." Week's Calendar:
Sunday at 3 in the afternoon the
formal installation of Mr. Hastings
as pastor of the Christian Church
will ' be held in the sanctuary.
Friends of the Church are invited
to attend. A reception honoring
the Hastings family will be held
in the church parlors following the
installation. Monday, 8, Spice
Group CWF meets in the home of
Artena, Fihn: Tuesday, 8, Swand
er Group CWF in the home of
Janice Masten. Wednesday, 9:30
a.m.. Executive Board CWF will
meet at the church. Thursday,
7, CYF; 7, Chi Rho; 8, Choir re
hearsal. First Baptist Church
Rev. Douglas Field, pastor
Sundav school. 9:45 a.m. with
classes for every age group. Morn
ing worship, 11 a.m. Evening wor
ship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer
service. Wednesday. 7:30 D.m.
Starting at 9 a.m. Thursday morn
ing until afternoon Friday the 23th
the Annual Blue Mountain Associa
tion of Conservative Baptist will
meet at the church.
Union Assembly of God
R. L. CRAMPTON, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Lula
Rarr Kiinorintandent. Mnrnino
worship, 11 a.m. Message by
pastor. Evening worship, 7:45
p.m. Mid-week prayer service.
Wednesday, io a.m., rrayer meet
ing in individual homes. Bible
studv Wednesday at 7:45 Dm
WMC meeting first and third
Thursday of each month, 1 p.m.,
basement of the church.
f I Ave. on 4th
I - I. W. Kashtn
Sunday school. 9:45 a.m.. with
class for all; Mrs. E. Cockram
and Dean Bnce, superintendents.
Morning worship, li a.m.: sermon,
The Christian s Potential : an
them by the senior choir. A
nursery for pre-school children Is
maintained during this service.
Monday, 4 p.m., 2nd year con
firmation class: 7:30 p.m., men's
brotherhood. Tuesday, l p.m..
Ruth circle with Mrs. E. Cockram.
1203 Wa'nut. Thursday. 7:30 p.m..
teller choir, Saturday, io -a.m.,
Isjyear confirmation class. Zion
Church extends cordial invita
tion to nil. ...... ..
First Baptist Church
Sixth and Spring
Rev. Victor Zacharias
Sunday school 9:45 a.m.
George Kalmbach, Sunday School
Superintendent. There is a class
for all ages. Morning worship, 11
a.m.. Pastor Zacharias. A nursery
is attended for all services of the
church. Evening worship, 7:30
p.m.. Pastor Zacharias. Young
peoples' meeting, 6:30 p.m., Jun
ior through College age. Mid
week prayer service, 7:15 p.m.,
Mid-week prayer and Bible study.
Teen age Bible Study.
(Pythian Hall, M Avenue)
REV. JAMES WOOD, pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m. Evening
worship 7:30 p.m.
Rev. Dwight Williams
Sunday school, 10 a.m. For all
ages. Morning worship, 11 a.m.
Young peoples meeting, 6:30.
Methodist Youth Fellowship.
Nursery for pre-school children
provided during Sunday worship
at 11 a.m.
Sixth and Washington
Rev. Louis M. Samson, pastor
Sunday schcol 9:45 a.m. For
rest Masters, superintendent.
Morning worship 11 a.m. Sermon
"Spirit of God." Organ Offer
tory. Anthem by the Chancel
choir under direction of E. Lyle
ricMunen. calendar for the
week, Sunday, Mariners' have
postponed their meeting to Sept.
27 at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
James Kearns, 405 N, at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.. Boy Scouts,
church; 7:15 p.m., Explorer
Scouts, church. Thursday, 6:30 p.
m.. Junior High Fellowship.
church. 7:30 p.m., choir orac-
Lester Wells, Pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m. with ser
mon by minister, "Wake Up to
Reality." Evening worship 7:30
p.m. with sermon, "The Christian
Walk." Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
prayer meeting and study of Job.
7:3) p.m. Christian Endeavor.
Church of Christ,
Cor. First and Washington
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday morning service at 11 a.
m. Subject to be "Matter." A
nursery is-provided Trt 1707 Ce
dar street- during the church
hour. Sunday school pupils are
also included at this location. A
street level reading room is
maintained in the Melville Bldg.
at 1429 Adams avenue. It is open
to the public daily except Sun
days from 12 noon until 4 4m.
and Sunday morning from 9:30
until 10:30 a.m.
Third and M Streets
Rev. Edward Harms, pastor
Sabbath school 9:30 a.m. Mrs.
Marie Spears, general superin
tendent. There are Sabbath
school divisions graded to each
age group. Morning worship 11
a. m. Pastor Harms will be
speaking at the 11- oclock serv
ice. There will be special music,
solo by Marie Spears. Mid-week
prayer service 7:30 p.m. Wed
nesday at the church.
Fourth and Spring Avenue
C. Keith Mills, pastor
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Dr.
W. C. Dowdy, superintendent
Departments and classes for all
aaes. Morning worship 11 a.m.
Sermon theme: "Keepers of a
Trust." Special , music by the
choir. Coffee hour in Fellowship
hall following the morning wor
ship service. Young people's
meeting 7 p.m. Installation of
MYF officers. Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Club at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill DcLashmutt.
Thursday. 7:30 chojr practice
Friday 5:30 Wesley CluD, wel
come dinner. ...
Mr. Lester Johnson, pastor
CnnHsv school 9:45 a.m. 11
Harlan Meyer, superintendent
Morning worship 11 a.m. Message
"Except a Man." Evening wor
hin 7:Sn n.m. Evangelistic mu
sic, camp reports, and a message
from Gods Word. Young peo
r.io' Training Union 7 D.m. Mid
week prayer service: A business
meeting will be ncia, lonowca
by Bible study and prayer.
For The Home
East Adams Avenu
Obsarvar, La Grandf, Or.,
MAXTNE NURMI, Woman's Editor
Sewing Classes I
Fall sewing classes wui nave
their organizational meeting Tues
day evening, Sept. 22 at 7 in the
home economics room of the La
Grande Senior High School. Classes
will be offered in tailoring, inter
mediate sewing, and beginning
sewing if the demand is sufficient.
There must be at least 10 mem
bers enrolled in each class in order
to make it financially possible to
conduct a class. The regular fee
will be charged and will be pay
able either at tlie first or second
meeting of the class.
Any one who is interested in
taking either of these classes
please be present at that meeting
or if additional information is de
sired please call the Senion High
School, Mrs. James Huber, or Mrs.
Vern A. Fager, 50,
Dies At His Home
Vern Andrew Fager, 60, a car
penter maintenance foreman at
Easetern Oregon College, died
Thursday at his home, following a
Funeral services will be held
Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the
Daniels Funeral Home. The Rev.
Lawrence Abla will officiate. Burial
will be in the Island City ceme
tery. Mr. Fager was born at Centrop-
lis, Kan., Sept. 11, 1909. He had
been a resident of La Grande for
the past 38 years. ' He was
member of the Carpenters Union
2019, the First Baptist Church and
Survivors are the widow, Viola
M. Fager, La Grande; two sons,
Justin V., U. S. Navy, and Leland
F. of La Grande; twb step-daugh
ters, Mrs. Jennetle Wright, La
Grande, and Mrs. Delorris Back,
Arlington, Va.; four brothers,1
Fred L., Howard W., and Marvin
J. Fager of La Grande, and Al
bert L. Fager of Long Beach,
Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Florence
M. Pearson; Mrs. Letha Hasse
and Mrs. Doris J. Hasse all of
La Grande. .There are six grand
children. Henry Stockhoffr:
Rites Set Monday
Henry George Stockhoff, 73, died
following an extended illness in a
local hospital, this morning. He
was a retired farmer of Rt. 1
Funeral services will be held
in the Daniels Funeral Home.
Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Louis
Samson will officiate.
Mr. Stockho'f was born at Wyan
dotte County, Kan., March 10.
1886, and had lived, in La Grande
area since 1942. He was a mem
ber of the Lutheran Church.
Survivors are the widow. Car-
delia Stockhoff. a Grande; one
son. Gene Stockhoff, La Grande;
two daughters, Mrs. Juanita
Ramey, La Grande, and Mrs.
Beatrice Webster. Portland; three
brothers, John Stockhoff, Bethal.
Kan.; William Stockhoff; and Fred
Stockhoff, Dayton; one sister, Mrs.
Louise Younghouse, Kansas City,
Kan.; six grandchildren and two
2103 North Fir
Rev. Neal van Lao, pester
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Wyatt
Starmer, superintendent. Work
night each Wednesday, 7-9. Morn
ing worship 11 a.m. "Sublime
Prepositions of the Faith." Eve
ning worship 7:30 p.m. Preach
ing and song service for Spiri
tual culture. Young people's
meeting 6:30. Mid-week prayer
serice Thursday 7:30.
BAUT1 nrcUHAKCE AGENCY
Frl., Sept. 18, 1959 Ptcja 5
OES Social Club will hold t
dessert meeting Friday at 7:3(
pm. in the Masonic hall. New
officers will preside.
Odd Fellows Lodge 16, Lf
Grande, will meet Friday at 8 p
id. in their hall.
OES Social Club will meet Fri
day at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonirl
Pythian Sister will meet in the
KP hall, Friday at 8 p.m. All
trembcrs are being urged to at
Riveria PTA will meet Friday
t 7:30 p.m. in the school gym.
Lyle Riggs will be guest speak
er and a reception for, teachers
WBA will hold their annual
homecoming dinner, Monday at 8
p.m. In the IOOF hall. This will
be a no host dinner with business
nveting to follow. Meat, rolls,
coffee and dessert will be fur
nished by the lodge. Members,
their families and guests are being
invited. Games and cards will be
played for those who wish to take
part. Committee is Mrs. T. F.
Rosenberger, Mrs. Alfred Hiatt
and Mrs. Mary Agnes Martin.
Ackerman PTA will hold their
first meeting for the current
school year, Monday at 2:30 p.m.,
in the school auditorium.
Blue Mountain Grange will hold
their annual Booster Night, Sat
urday in the ball. Potluck din
ncr begins at 7 o'clock with en
tertainment to follow.
Hunters Ball will be held Sat
urday, 9 to 12 midnight, in the
Sacajawea ballroom. Music by
the Westeners to dance by. This
affair sponsored by Junior Old
Mn Eva Monro will be hon
ored at an open house, Sunday,
in the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Jean Ball, 1308 Y Avenue, be
tween the hours of 2 and 5 p.m.
Minuetters Square dance club
will hold a dance in their hall
at North Powder. All square
dancers being Invited.
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Imbler Legion hall Saturday at
8 p.m. All dancers welcome.
The Eagles Lodge will hold a
dip dinner in their hall, Sunday
serving to start at S p.m.
Mr. George Tits received word
of the death of her sister, Jes
sie Clay, of Riggms, Idaho, Sept.
17. Funeral services will be
held Monday at Riggms.
lu Bradley of La Grande, who
rAantlv retired as a Carman.
will be honored with an open
house. Planning the altair ana
artinir hosts will be his daugh
ter and husband, Lloyd and Lois
Moore. The open house coffee
hour will be held Saturday at-
tprnnnn and eveninE. at the home
of the honored, 2806 North
Manic. Friends arc being invit
ed to call at this time.
Council of Women Club will
meet at 7:30 p.m. in the public
Youth Activities will hold a
dance Saturday night at 8 in the
Pail nraaldantt of the local
American lesion Auxiliary will
meet with Mrs. Guy Spencer at
Cava (SneeiaD Guests at the
Charles HaEttertv residence for
dinner Thursday evening were
Frederick Karl Schmitr-Wenncn-
thal. the German IFY. and Mr
and Mrs. Ruben Moore. Moore is
the new grade school principal in
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In one of His parables. Jesus
old about a good shepherd who
.eft 99 sheep safe in the fold while
ne went forth to search for one
little lamb that was lost in the
Some of America's churches are
discovering that this parable has
a direct and poignant application
to a problem that now confronts
Th nrnhlem is to orovide suit
able religious training for the rel
atively small minority of cniiuren
about 3 out of every 100 in the
average community who are
Ministering to the mentally re
tarded is not an easy task for any
Answers Your Problems
Dear Ann: Will you settle
something for us? Is it more
dangerous for a boy of 15 to be
out from 9 until 4 at night than
H-tween 9 and 4 in the daytime?
I say it makes no difference. 1
:ontend a boy can get into just
:s much trouble in the daytime
is at night.
My husband thinks differently
and we're having some heated
irguments. When our son is out
fery late he naturally has to
.leep most of the next day to rest
J p. This makes my husband
urious and then the arguments
egin. Can you settle this?
Two Against One.
Dear Two Against One; the
odds lust changed. I'm with
your husband. Sounds as if
that 15-year-old hoot owl realty
put the sell on you. Mom.
Police records prove that
most crimes are committed at
night. The reason Is obvious.
Darkness is a promising ally
And what kind of compan
ions do you think Junior is run
ning with at dawn? Respect
able boys are asleep -because
they are headed for school the
next day or they go to work.
They are not out prowling at
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church to undertake. It requires
a great deal of time, effort and
planning. These considerations are
bound to loom lurge in the minds
of overworked religious educators
who are already hard put to line
up enough teachers and class
room space for ever-growing en
r o 1 1 in e n t s of non-handicapped
That's where the parable of the
lost sheep Comes into the picture.
As long as there is even one child
in the community who is left out
of the Christian education pro
gram, through no fault of his own,
can the church honestly claim to
be doing its job?
The question was brought sharp
ly to the attention of church lead-
these hours, that's for sure.
Mother. Listen to your hus
band before the next voice you
htar is that of tha Police Sen
Dear Ann: Why is it that cer
tain professions are expected to
donate their services?
I'm an organist by profession
It took years of training and a
2reat deal uf money to become a
recognized artist. Yet my friends
and relatives think nothing of
asking me.. to play for their
church affairs, style shows, wed
dings and. what have you for
No one would expect a florist
to grow flowers and bring them
to the church for nothing. They'd
never dream of asking a cateress
to prepare food for nothing. A
clergyman would not be expected
to perform the ceremony for no
thing. Why then, do they ask
the organist to provide the music
I hope, you print this letter. It
may be a great eye-opener.
No Do Re Mi.
Dear No Do Re Mi: I suggest
you learn the tune called
"Gladys isn't gratis anymore."
Part of your problem is that
. you've 6eo a schrook.
bathes deep dirt out
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ers by a survey conducted two
years ago by the National Assa.
For Retarded Children. It asked
175 locul chapters in all parts of
the country to ascertain what re
ligious training, facilities were
available in their communities for
mentally handicapped children
, Three-fourths of the chapters re
plied that no facilities existed.
The survey turned up ,only 909
children actually were enrolled th
speciul classes 500 in Protes
tant churches and 4U0 in Catholic
In the wake of this report, the
National Council of Churches
called a meeting of Christian edu
cation officials of 30 major Prot
estant and Orthodox denomina
tions. They agreed to undertake ft
nationwide campaign "to arouse
the churches to their responsibil
ity" for providing an effective
ministry for the mentally handi
capped. Progress in this campaign has
been slow to date. But it may now
begin to accelerate. The national
council has prepared, and is dis
tributing to local churches and
church councils, an excellent lit
tle booklet entitled "the mentally
retarded and the church."
Outlines Problem ''
It outlines both the magnitude
of the problem, and practical
ways in which churches can tac
The booklet says that five out of
six mentally retarded children are
"educable." They have IQ's be
tween 50 and 75 (compared to an
average range of 90 to 110 for
"Retarded children resemble
normal children more than they
differ from them. They have the
same basic needs for love, under
standing and acceptance. Given
ties to learn under skilled teach
ers, they often achieve far more
than anyone believes possible."
For churches that undertake
this difficult and long-neglected
ministry, there is a special kind
of reward. It is summed up in a
few words from a report by onf
of the leaders of the Philadelphia
"The children have responded,
far beyond our expectations. . ."
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