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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, October 02, 1969, Page 2, Image 2

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October 20-26 "Sunday School Teachers Week" Raleigh -? Praising their "selfless dedication to the ser vice of others" and their in fluence in shaping society, Governor Bob Scott has pro claimed October 20-26 "Sun day School Teachers Week" in Noith Carolina. The observance will mark the third consecutive year the state has joined in the grow ing movement to give Sunday School Teachers across the nation credit for their efforts. The Governor's proclama tion is as follows: "Whereas the influence of Sunday School teachers touches all age groups in the church from infancy through advance years, and "Whereas, attitudes shaped in early years often follow us through life and guide our thoughts and actions, and Whereas, it is fitting that we recognize and express our appreciation for the selfless dedication to the services of others exhibited by Sunday School teachers throughout j the years. "Therefore. I proclaim the week of October 20 through 26 . 1969. SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS WEEK in North Carolina and com mend this observance to our citizens." The governor took the ac tion at the request of Burr Patchell. Raleigh hosiery mill executive and antique dealer, who is leading a national ef fort to gain recognition for Sunday School teachers. At Patchell's urging, gover nors of five slates. North Car olina. Colorado. Alaska. Mis sissippi and Alabama, have set aside weeks in honor of church school instructors. Now, with the aid of the American Sunday School Union in Philadelphia and the National Sunday School As sociation in Wheaton, Illinois. Patched is pushing to make the week a nationwide obser vance in 1970. In his travels for Annedeen Hosiery Mills of Buriington. Patched fas called on several state governors himself, ur King their participation in the observance The child of a broken home, he feels he has a per sonal debt to pay to Sunday .School teachers for providing him valuable moral and spiritual guidance in his youth. Patchell says he feels that the dedicated Sunday School teacher who gives up many hours of pleasure and other pursuits to teach their class each week is long overdue in receiving credit for their ef forts. "Can you imagine what life would be like and what this nation would con to if it were not for this tireless group of workers?" he asks. "Who would teach the Bibical message to our children?" "Many parents do not have the ability to teach the Bible, public schools cannot require its study: and many colleges do not offer courses in religion." Patcheil said. ' "It is possible that millions of people wUMiever know the Ten Commandments, the Beatitudes or the wonderful teachings of Jesus unless they go to Sunday School and hear them through the voluntary efforts of this dedicated army of men and women.". Patcheil has printed special certificates of appreciation availatye. free of charge, to church for presentation to their teachers. The certifi cates can be obtained by writ ing to: Sunday School Teach ers, Route 5, Box 77. Ral eigh, N. C. 27604 Homecomings Union View The Union View Baptist Church in Franklinton will have their hofnecoming ser vice Sunday, October 5th. Sunday School begins at 10:00 A.M. and the worship hour at 10:50 A.M. with the Rev. James Weaver from Taylorsville, N. C. bringing the message. There will be special sing ing at 2:00 P.M. On Monday, October 6th, Rev. Marvin Dameron from Spencer, N: C. will be the guest speaker for the revival. Revival service will run through October 12th. Ser vices begin each evening at 7:30 P.M. The public is cordially, in vited. Castalia Baptist Homecoming Day will be observed Sunday, October 5, 1969, at the Castalia Baptirt Church The day's activities will begin with Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock. Worship ser vice will folow at 11:00 o'clock. Lunch will bespread at 12:00 noon: ? After the noon meal, the afternoon session will begin at 1:30. We will have visiting groups from several of our surrounding churches to sing for us. A special invitation is ex tended to all to attend. Envy is the conclusive evidence of a little mind - and you can give yourself a men tal test. CUT-UP FRYERS u 3H Combo-Pack Fryers CONTAINS: 2 BREASTS m ? thighs Apt 2 DRUMSTICKS stteafc s SIRLOIN 190 T-BONE |? Lb BONELESS 6 ||Q RIB ? Lb A & SW|FT PREMIUM 12 Oj-^PKG_ 'Q FRANKS 49C /Mmw* SNOW WHITE OOX FAT BACK 230 * MRS. Fl! BERTS MAYONNAISE ? 51 > WHITE NEW RED POTATOES POTATOES 10 550 5 35C Lb. BAG Wll Lbs. MDWA Y NOW OPEN KEMP MACHINE SERVICE CO. Machine Shop Facilities Portable Welding Service Steel Supplies I Service REPAIRS TO ALL TYPES OF EQUIPMENT OWN EO & OPERATED BY Roy T. Kemp P.O. BOX 622 L0UISBUR6, N.C. TELEPHONE 496-4528 Located Next To Johnson Stores, Inc. Raleifh Road Church Notices St. Paul's Episcopal 18th Sunday after Trinity 10 A.M. Church School for whole family. W. J. Shear in, Supt. 11 A.M. Holy Communion and Sermon Nursery provided, Mr*. D. T. House ' Acolyte, John King Monday: 7:30 P.M., Epsicopal Churchwomen special film program. "Tortured for Christ", the story of Chris tians in Commu nist lands Wednesday: 10 A.M. District Quiet Day, Episcopal Church women. led by the Rev. Charles I. Penick. 7:45 P.M. Choir Rehearsal Thursday: 7:00 P.M. Men of St. Paul's Supper Meeting, film above for program. Church Of God Of Prophecy Sunday: 10:00 Sunday School 11:00 Church Service Tuesday: 7:30 Mid-week service Saturday: 7:30 Service. We invite the public to attend each of our services. Special singing is provided at each service. If you can play or sing we would like for you to help in the playing and singing. Location: Mack Finch's home in Pruitt Town. Call Mack Finch after 5:30 any day if you are interested in playing an instrument or sing ing St. Delight Sunday: 10:00 Sunday School 11:00 Morning Worship. Five Dark Valleys of Life 7:00 Evening Worship. North Side Quartet You are cordially invited to attend each service. Free Will Baptist "A Friendly Church" "This it life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent." John 17:3 Sunday: 10:00 Sunday School 11:00 Morning Worship 6:45 Prayer Band 7:00 Evening Worship, J. Earl Gilliam, Pastor, 929 N. Main St., Louisburg. You are invited to worship with us. You will receive a spirtual blessing. Louisburg Baptist Sunday: 9:45 Church School, R. S. Knott, Superintendent 9:45-12:00 Nursery for pre school children 11:00 The Church at Wor ship, The Rev. A. S. Tomlin son, pastor. Sermon subject, "Redeem". (Installation of Church Officers and Obser vance of the Lord's Supper) Monday: 7:30 Woman's Missionary Society Wednesday: 7:30 Choir Rehearsal The Administrative Of ficers of the Louisburg Bap tist Church and its organiza tions elected to serve for the 1969-70 church year will be presented and installed Sun day morning at 11:00. The names of those elected follow: Advisory Board Chairman, W. W. Nksh; Vice-Chairman. F. A. Read, Jr.; Clerk, Mrs. J. W. Shearon; Treasurer. W. C. Joyner; Sun day School Superintendent, R. S. Knott; Asst. Superinten dent. W. M. Hill, Jr. Beginner Department, Mrs. J. P. Timberlake, Jr.; Primary Department, Mrs. J. C. Wrenn; Junior Department, Mrs. D. G. Leonard, Inter mediate Department, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Daniel; Young People, A. S. Tomlinson; Adult Department, C. C. Wat kins; W.M.U. Director. Mrs. R. L. Eagles; W.M.S. Presi dent, Mrs. F. A. Read, Jr.; Brotherhood President, C. M. West; Vice-President, Mr. J. P. Timberlake, Jr.; Chairman of the Deacons. R. L. Eagles. United Methodist Sunday: 9:00 Sacrament of Holy Communion 9:45 Church School 11:00 Worship: Sacrament of Holy Communion 5:00 Youth Choir Rehear sal 5:30 UMYM for Senior Youth Monday: 7:30 Wesley an Service Guild meets with Mrs. Wayne Benton 8:00 Mary Burt Person Circle meets with Mrs. Ken neth Isley Tuesday: 10:00 The Ouida Fergur son Circle will meet with Mrs. F. M. Fuller. 10:00 The Evelyn Smtt hwick Circle meets with Mrs. C. I. Alderman. Wednesday: 4:00 Junior Choir Rehear sal 7:30 Chancel Choir Re hearsal Thursday: 4:00 Cherub Choir Re hearsal 9:00 A.M. The Study of The Sermon of "Hie Mount Union View 10:00 Sunday School. Supt. Albert Weaver. 11:00 Preaching 7:00 Training Union. Di rector Andrew Payne. 8:00 Wonhip Hour Wednesday: 8:00 Bible hour Revival (tarts October 6 with vkiting pastor, Mr. W. M. Dameron, a former pastor Visitation Monday through Friday. Visitors are wel comed. Radio program 8:26-8:56 every Sunday over WYRN Frank linton Baptist Sunday: 11:00 Sunday morning Worship Service 7:30 Evening Evanpllat Service Thursday: 7:30 Service HAPPY FIRST ANNIVERSARY I Send To You My Love And Appreciation For Being Such A Wonderful Husband. , Your Wife ? WANDA

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