The sermon: "Meaning of Bap
tism" by the pastor Rev. Foster.
The Baptistry was used Sunday
for the first time in more than 25
years with seven candidates for
There was good attendance for
this impressive worship service.
Visitors were Mrs. Lois Coliins
and Ernie Collins.
Monday night the young women
met with Mrs. Debbie Chason.
Lumber Bridge News
by Lib Saaaer
On Thursday night at 7:30 the
Women's Missionary Union will
hold the monthly meeting with
Mrs. Oracle Hopkins.
Volunteers are needed for Vaca
tion Bible School which will be
held at the Presbyterian Church in
Rex. The date will be announced
Mrs. Jean Thompson is in
charge of the arrangement.
Members of the Women's Mis
sionary Union attended a luncheon
and Round Table Discussion at the
home of Mrs. Henry L. Foster on
Six guests were seated at the din
ing table, covered with white cloth
and centered with mixed spring
Lemonade and a salad course
was served by the hostess.
The 100th anniversary obser
vance of the Women of the Church
of Lumber Bridge Presbyterian
Church, Sunday, May 29 at 11
Congregations of Parkton, Rex
and Lumber Bridge Baptist
Church have been invited to attend
The speaker, Mrs. W. Kempor
Fitch, wife of the pastor of Bethel
and Shiloh Presbyterian Churches
and a past president of the Fayet
teville Presbytery Women of the
Dr. Robert K. Gustafson will be
Career Awareness Day
First Sgt. Arrington demonstrates some of the equipment he uses as part
of his job to some students during Career A wareness Day at West Hoke
School on May 29. The event, which was sponsored by the Cultural
Enrichment Committee, culminated the Career Awareness Program in
which the school has been Involved this year.
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