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Th Clarendon Press, April 19, Page 6 PLEASE TELEPHONE The Clarendon Press If Anyone --Elopes --Has a Party -.-C, ees Away --Is 111 Wins a Prize --Makes a Speech Dies .--Gets Married Has a Baby Has an Operation --.Receives an Award Holds a Meeting --Has an Accident Has Guests Has a Fire Buys a Home --Builds a Home --or takes part in any other Unusual Event N0.1 BEST SELLER ...WANT ADS Houses for sale Mis. for sale FOR SALE: Well located 2 FOR SALE: 15 Ft. Boat and bedroom house, garage, inside Trailer, with G0 H.P. Johnson lot Motor. $7G0.00 Willard Skel- 2 bedroom house on big car- ton. The basic foundation of the Christian faith is the resur- rection of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul summed it up when he said to the Church at Corinth: "And if Christ be not risen then is our preaching vain, and your faith is vain . . ye are yet in your sins" ( I Corinthians 15:]4-17). The basis for all the Christian believes is bound up in the resur- rection of Jesus Christ. Either He arose or He didn't. Chris- tianity points to the empty tomb. The witnesses of the New Testament era who saw Himp touched Him, lived with Him, and saw Him die; all bear witness to the fact that they saw Him alive again after He had died on the cross. The Apostle Paul says that on one day after His death, Jesus was seen alive by "five hundred brethren at once" (I Corinthians 15:6). You might fool one or two men, but you would have a hard time fooling five hundred. Jesus appeared alive in a meeting of the early brethren when more than five hundred men were present not counting their wives and their children. The account of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the tomb, as recorded by Luke who was a physician of his day, says that Jesus arose from the dead on "the first day of the week, very early in the morning." This was Sunday morning. Some women went to the tomb where He was bur- ied and found it empty. Thinking that someone had stolen His body, they were very preplexed. Suddenly, "two men stood by them in shining garments.., and said unto them. Why seek ye the living among the dead? He is not here, but is risen." They explained the reason for the Lord's coming to our planet: "The Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and the third day rise again.., that repentance andremisslon of sins should be preached in his name among all nations .... " (Luke 24:1-7; v17). The Bible says that these words seemed to many "as idle tales, and they believe them not" (Luke 24:11). You have to decide for yourself whether or not Jesus Christ is alive. The evidence is overwhelming that the tomb is empty. The witnesses of the first century, who saw Him die and saw Him alive after His death, are innumerable. The evi- dence of the present day, the results of His redeeming grace in the lives of hundreds of thousands of His children, proclaims to the world a living Savior and Lord who says, "I will not leave you comfortless. . . " (Luke l4:18) As the beloved Apostle John said, so say today's Chris- tians: "That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon and our hands have handled of the Word of Life, . . . that which we have seen and heard declare we unto you" (I John hl-3). We declare that which we have experienced. We have experienced a living Savior who re- deemed us, forgave our sins, and walks with us through every moment of this life We declare unto you a Saviour who has left our planet, taking a resurrected, transformed, human body with him, who has ascended into the heavens, and who is God's great somewhere, is preparing a place for all those who love Him and believe in Him. He himself said, "I go to prepare a place for you, and if I go and pre- pare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also" (John 14:2-3). Concerning the way, He said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man cometh unto the Father, but by me" (John 14:6). Because of Jesus because He is victorious over death, we who are God's people have "an inheritance incorruptible and undefiled, and that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven" for us (I Peter h4). Praise God! Cards of Thanks Words cannot adequately ex- press our sincere thanks for the many kindnesses shownus during the illness and deathof our lovedone. For the flowers, food, cards and other expres- sions of sympathy we are truly grateful. May God bless each ofyouis our prayer. Terra Putman, Coranettl Goodgion, Fretda Sinclair, Jr. Putman, We wish to express our many thanks to those who was sokind and thoughtful during the death of our daughter. Thank you for the cards, prayers, flowers, food and the money raised by the eight grade class. We can't ever forget you all. May God bless each of you forever. Sor- ry this is so late. Thank you. The Don Taylor family ner lot, double car garage with good storage. Baker Agency 874-2384. HOUSE FOR SALE: G room, utility, carpeted, storage, ex- ceptionally clean. 874-2471. FOR SALE: Small 4 - room, cook stove, refrigerator, bath. $1500 cash or terms. J. J. Beach, Box 306, Hedley, Tex- as. FOR SALE - 2 bedroom stucco home, 3 blocks East of Main Street - like new con- crete cellar - carport - good bearing orchard. Joe Lovell will show. Ph. 874-3556. FOR SALE: Pick up bed trailer 2 wheel. Located 618 S. Car- hart Call 874-3374. LARGE CONSOLE: model Maytag ironer. Excellent con= dition call Helen Woody 874- 3641. FOR SALE: 1972 Kawasald 350, call 874-3511 or 874-3383. Ex- cellent condition FOR SALE: 1969 Pontiac hard- top Catalina. Loaded withex- tras and new tires $1200.00. Contact Jerry Hill, Claude, Texas 79101. GOLFERS: Check my supply of new and used golf clubs. Jim Terry Pro, Country Club Clarendon. FOR SALE: 8 track AM-FM stereo tape deck - home unit speakers & ear phones 874- 2063. EARLY HEGARI select seed booking order until May first. Sacked, treated, tagged. 90% germination @ $I00 per cwt. Paul Hood, Claude, Texas Phone 326-6881. Wanted WANTED: Waitresses and a cook. Apply at Hommel's Mobile Service. WANTED: Lawns to mow. A good Job at a reasonable price. Sam Lowe and Rick Garner. Call 874-2491 or 874- 3777. To get started in their careers, our agents get a three-year education in life insurance. What does that  get you? A professional. 8outhweeter, n Life B H.M. (Flip) Breedlove Phone 874-2407 Clarendon, Texas Ray Appliance Service GENERAL ELECTRIC FRANCHISE DEALER HEATING AND AiR CONDITIONING WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONING FREEZER AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE & REPAIRS D. P. RAY, OWNER CLARENDON, TEXAS 874-3801 I FOR SALE- Bartlefl Motor Co. Building and adjoining lots- Joe Lovell will show. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING FOR SALE Hous In Clarendon and Memphis Also Farms and Ranches Listings Wanted SANDER'S Real Estate Oneta Sanders 820 South Allen BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEXT STEEL BUILDING Call: Tech-Seel Building Manufacturers BorEer, Texas Phone 80-274-2562 or write Box 532 Borger, Texas I I Patients Needed MEDICAL CENTER Nursing Home has vacancies for four residents. Male or Female. If interested call 874-3760. AND PROCESSING j Attention.Former s J Special Buy Monday *hru Friday Now conlracl, ng 1973-74 !R Count. Ham i crops for major domestic J mills. Top prices, i Bacon & Sausage J Grain Fed Beef HaJf J FACS Company.. Front Quarter Hind Quarter I Suite 900 Vaughn Butld,ng J Amarillo, Texas 79101 HOMEN J Days, phone: 376-5901 our  ,l J Night: 352-5977 or 353-3753 WANT ADS MEAT COMPANY , ,, WILL, HEI, P 801,Vg IT! PHONE 874-2154 CLARENDON, TEXAS 1 THAT'S NEWS And We Wont It DIAL 874-3641 G Key 73 under way Your church will begin working together churches in Clarendon to say together as Christians,! love the Lord Jesus Christ, and because we do, wel you." Key 73 is designed to involve all churches of all tions in an all out effort to call our continent to a vital, and dynamic faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. with the individual Christian; calls each child of confession and repentance of sin, to prayer and study, and to church attendance and personal c others. The churches of Clarendon are being encouraged direction by the Ministerial Alliance. We want to gether: "God loves the world and especially you." The sage is one of love and forgiveness. Over 130 in our country have pledged their support to this mission. Key 73 is divided into six phases: Calling our to a personal, vital, and dynamic faith in the Christ. It begins with the individual Christian; callS' child of God to confession and repentance of sin, to and Bible study, and to church attendance andpex LaI! ern for others. Attend Your Church ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sth McCteltind R. L. LetcMr, PestQr Sunday Sunday School ............... 9:45 a. m. Sunday Worship ............ I1:00 a.m. Sunday E ven ing Worship ..... 7: 00 p.m. Tuesday Women's MiSsionary Council. 1:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday N ight Service .... 7:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 287 Jackson R. W. Sullivan, Paster Sunday Sunday School .............. 10:00 i.m. Sunday Worship ............ 11:00 I.m. Training Union .............. 6:45 P.r0. Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night Service .... S :00 pjtl. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bugbee & Third Streets James Brandon, Pastor Sunday Sunday School ....... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... lh00 a.m. Training Union ....... 6:00pm. Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Wednesday Night .... 7:30 p .m. ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson Merflndala Albert Yarlrough, PIStOl" Weekly Sunday Services. The pastor is from out of town. ST. STEVENS BAPTIST CHURCH Jefferson Martin(hiM R. E. Manning, Paster Weekly Sunday Services. The pastor Is from out of town. ST./ARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH McClellaN Montgomery Father Wolko Sunday Morning Niss ....... 7:30 ll.m. Father Wolko Is from Memphis. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd Gorst Paul HalicocK, Pastor Sunday School ............... 9:4S n. m. Sunday Morning Worship ... 1O:d0 ll.m. Regular Monthly Women's Meetings. CHURCH OF CHRIST 4th & Carhart Don Stone, Minister Sunday School 9:30 Morning Worship 10:15 Evening Worship 6:00 Wednesday Night Service 7:30 CHURCH OF CHRIST Rosenfeld KMrney Hubert irmlny, Minister CHUkc.r OF @OD IN CHRIST 302 N. Jefferson C. H. Duncan EPISCOPAL, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST 3T1 Peru R icberd Snxr - PIRST UNID METHODIST CIIH Sth Jefferson Weklon Rives, Pester Sunday School .............. Sunday Morning Worship . .. 11:00i Sunday N Ight Service ........ 7:005 METHODIST CHURCH Jefferson R(enfeld. Bro. Scott. CHURCH OF THENAZAREN| 3rd HaWley John Hensen Sunday ,Jndny SchOol .............. 10: 00 l Morning Worship .., ........ 11 :OOI Evening Worship ............ 7 :{ Wedneulay Wednesdey NIght Serv Ice .... 7: 301 . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH t 4th Parks , | Owen McQarity, Pastor J Sundey School ............. ". 10:00 |'] Sundey Mornllg Worship .... 9:00 ll, MARTIN BAPTIST CHURCH Clarendon, Texas Bryan Knowles, Pastor Sunday School ........ I0 a.m. Church Service ...... II a.m. Evening Service ...... 6 p.m. Wednesday ............. 7 p.m. Sponsored by These Merchants Osburn Furniture Bright Newhousei We Like People American Antic, m m Jmm  mmmm Roddy's 66 Service Peanut's Drive- Here to Serve Bill & Rudene Wi, Clifford Grocery Cornell Texaco The Friendly Store Oood Cornell Murphy Funeral Home Roddy's Pluml People Who Care & Electric The Clarendon Press Worship God Each Day