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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, October 30, 1969, Page 8, Image 8

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Tomlin son. Pastor - Sermon subject, "If This Is Evangelistic" 7:45 Revival Service, Rev. J. W. Woody preaching Monday: 7:00 Woman's Missionary Society 7:45 Revival Service, Rev. Lamar Wheeler, preaching Tuesday: 7:45 Revival Service, Rev. Marion Rector, preaching Wednesday - Friday: 7:45 Revival Services, Rev. Charles B: Howard, preaching Thursday: 2:00 4:00 p.m. Happy Hour Club The Nursery will be open each night of the Revival for ,pre-school children. Roman Catholic The holy sacrifice of the Mass is celebrated every Sun day at 11:30 A.M., in the little chapel of Louisburg Col lege. Saturday, November 1, 1969 is the Feast of All Saints. It is a holy day of obligation. On that day all Catholics should attend holy Mass just as on Sunday. The Mass in Louisburg will be at 6:00 P.M., in the little chapel of Louisburg College. Monday, November 3rd is All Souls' Day. It is not a holy day. Nevertheless it is very good to attend Mass on that day to pray for deceased relatives and friends. There will be Mass in Louisburg on that day at 6:00 P.M., in the little chapel of Louisburg Col lege. At 7:30 P.M., Wednesday, November 5th, in the little chapel of Louisburg College, there will be a meeting of the Newman Club. All Catholic students enrolled at the col lege are urged to attend. The other students are also wel come. St. Paul's Episcopal 22nd Sunday after Trinity Saturday: 10 A.M. Church School Choir Rehearsal Sunday: 10 A.M. Church School (or all ages * 11 A.M. Holy Communion and Sermon Nursery provided, Mrs. J. M. Webb Acolyte, Henry Ferry November Altar Commit tee, Miss Adelaide Johnson and Miss Elizabeth Johnson Monday: 7:30 P.M. Episcopal Churehwomen, Round Table Discussion of Malcolm X grant, men and woman in vited. Wednesday: 7:45 P.M. Choir Rehearsal Thursday (Nov. 6): 8 P.M. Vestry Meeting Free Will Baptist "A Friendly Church" 'The Son of Man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many." Matthew 20:28 Sunday: 10:00 Sunday School, Lar ry Goering, Superintendent 11:00 Morning Worship 6:45 Prayer Band 7:00 Evening Worship You are cordially invited to attand all of our services. You will receive a warm wel come every time. 929 N. Main St.. Louisburg, J. Earl Gilliam,. Pastor. Louisburg Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cuth rell visited Mr. Hugh Pearce of Raleigh Tuesday at Wake Memorial Hospital where he underwent a leg operation last week. Justice Mr. and Mrs. Noel Cop pedge from Red Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McGregory and daughter, Karla, and Mrs. J. Louisburg Baptist Church Revival - A week of special services of the Louisburg Baptist > Church opens next Sunday, November 2. Four men wide ly known and highly regarded in Franklin County will be with the Church. Sunday night at 7:45 the Rev. John W. Woody, Tar River Association Missionary, will preach; Monday night, the Rev. Lamar Wheeler. Pas tor of the Mountain Creek Baptist Church in Granville County, who grew up and was educated in the Public Schools of Franklin County, will preach; Tuesday night the Rev. Marion Rector, for several years Pastor of Corinth Baptist Church, will preach and Wednesday through Friday nights the Rev. Charles B. Howard, for many years Pastor of many Churches of the County and frequent Preacher for special occasions throughout the area, will preach. Music during the week will be led by Mr. Rector. A nursery will take care of pre school children. We believe the Christian Gospel provides the only solution and salva tion for persons and com munities. Hear these men de clare the message of God re vealed through Jesus Christ, beginning at 7:45 each even ing. L. Dupree from Rocky Mount. Mi. and Mrs. Wilton Strickland and children. Vivian, Dwight, and Brian from Raleigh visited Mr. and Mis. E. J. Wheless Sunday afternoon. Mi. Stewart Rice from Raleigh came Saturday after noon and stayed until bed time with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rice. Mi. Willard Boone and Mr Curtis Boone from But ner came Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rice from Raleigh came that afternoon. Mi. and Mis. Clem Dunn from Raleigh came Saturday and took Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dunn to Wilmington to spend the weekend with Mr. ?i, Mrs. Lloyd Dunn. Mr. Jerry Perry from Rtl eigh came Sunday morning ind took Mr. and Mrs. Cleve land Perry and Miss Shirley Perry to Roanoke Rapids to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Perry and children, Malcolm and Amy. Mr. Harold Wicks from Durham spent the day Satur day with Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Wicks. Mrs. Walter Stalling* from Salem, Vs. arrived at the home of Mrs. Mary S. Wil liams Friday night and stayed until Monday morning. Mrs. Elba Dunlap from Norfolk, Va. was a weekend guest in the home of Mrs. Montagress S. Mercer. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Renn, Miss Patricia Renn and Mr! Ken LeClair from Jackson ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Perry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Batche lor from Sanford visited Mr and Mrs. E. J. Wheless Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs . W. G. Moore from Raleigh, Mr. L. L. Ed wards from Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fisher from Rocky Mount, Mr. Ron Banks, Mrs. Peggy Perry, Donna and Ken from Raleigh and Miss Carolyn Fisher visit i ed in the Howard Carden home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Johnny Sykes from Spring Hope and Mrs. Minda Cuthrell from Richmonond, Va. were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nowman Wicks. Mr. Sykes from Spring Hope and Mrs. Edith Fleming from Rocky Mount came for the evening meal. Mr. Byron Harris of Fred erick Military Academy at Portsmouth, Va. came on Fri day ;?ht and Mr. and Mrs. Tim .iarris and son, Robert Allen and Pamela Harris of Virginia Beach, Va. came on Saturday night to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris. Smart parents let their children learn something by experience. REVIVAL ? ^ ^ I nillCDIIDP BBHI REV. JOHN WOODY I l|M|V|#l||JI REV. MARION RECTOR Sunday Night ^ ^1 ^1 | Qj| Directing Music And Tuesday Preacher BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday, November 2, 1969 through Friday, November 7 7:45 P.M. WE - WELCOME YOU NURSERY FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN REV. LEMAR WHEELER Mondiy Nlflht REV. CHARLES B. HOWARD WMiiMwhy Through FrMay

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