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July 26, 1973     The Clarendon Enterprise
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Calvary Baptist to be dedicated The dedication services of the new auditorium of the Cal- ]aptist Church will be held Sunday, July 29th, at the located at East 2nd and Jackson Street. Public is invited to attend all the services. The dedication message will be delivered at the 11:00 O'clock service by Revo Bert Homer. Lunch will be served the church at the noon hour. SPeCial singing and music will be at all services. The be open all day. Everyone is invited to come and what great things the Lord has done for the church. Calvary Baptist Church was founded in February, 1952, 12 charter members. A number of them are still mem- s of the Clarendon church. church was first holding its services in a lodge build- downtown Clarendon. They later acquired the present located in the 600 block of East Second Street. church has steadily grown in number and in finances its organization in 1952. May, 1973, the church voted to build a new auditorium. thousand dollars in church first mortgage bonds issued :o cover construction of the project. new auditorium is contracted of concrete and steel brick walls. It is carpeted with a beautiful green car- wall to wall. It is furnished with gold colored up- furniture. new furniture was manufactured by the Sams and Sons furniture manufacturing company of Waco, Texas. Present the church is in a revival campaign. Rev. Bert r, pastor of the Diamond Oaks Baptist Church of Ft. is the evangelist. Great services are reported every begin at 8:00 p.m. Come and bring your friends WOrship with us, the friendliest church you will ever have opPortunity to visit. ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS Available in Desk & Portable Pocket Models. Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide. Perform Mixed Calculations in Sequence. Texas Instr. Brand all__ AAeq@lkv' Easy to use. Add, subtract, multi- ' ply or divide exactly as writing I)uk Unit them on paper. 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Nails, Fly Swatters, Bongos, Parties Crashed, Varified, Bars Emptied, Tigers Tamed, Up- quelled, governments run, wars fought, wives The Clarendon Press, July 26. 1973, Page 11 THIS CAR, driven by an unidentified tourist, lost a wheel and veered out of control about HERE IS A GLIMPSE of the new pen facilities at The Donley County Feed Lots, Inc. two miles west of Hedley onHighway287Tuesday morning. Heavy damage was dnne to the Open House is scheduled Saturday from I to 8 p.m, A free tTarbeque is also planned. car, and the driver was rushed to the Memphis hospital for treatment. A patrol unit from (Press Photo by Will Leave) Memphis investigated the wreck, (Press P.hoto by Will Lowe) Religious thoughts Marriage is an honorable union in the sight of God. The first institution established was the home. The divine plan of God for mankind is the home: husband, wife, and children raised in the environment and instruction of the home. The Bible says that God created man in his own image both male and female (Gen. 1:27). The Bible explains how God did it. He formed man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nose the breath of life; and man became a living soul (Gen. 2" 7). He caused a deep sleep to come upon Adam and God took a rib from his side and closed up the flesh and from he rib of Adam, God made the first woman and brought her to the man. Adam said, "This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of myflesh; she shall be called woman because she was taken out of man. Therefore shall a mn leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife and they shall be one flesh" (Gen. 2: 21-25). The Apostle Paul sanctioned the home, saying, "Let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband" (I Cor. 7:2). In the light of the Biblical concept of the hm. ,, the Apostle Paul said, "Let not the wife depart from her husband" (I Cor. 7:10). This can also be stated the other way: let not the husband depart from the wife. These words sound strange to a society that has made it a course of life to weary the courts with divorce suits. Two out of every three marriages in our country now end u in the divorce courts. The Lutheran Church just mnde a survey and discovered that if a family went to church re- gularly together, only one out of six hundred went tc a di- vorce court. The Bible instructs the family in every problem area. Even failure of one of the marriage partners Lo accept Christ and become a Christian was not grounds for divorce in the New Testament Church. If your husband or wife wasn't, a Christian, you were still obligated to live with him or her. If one or the other left, it ws his or herper- serial responsibility. God says that the believing wife might lead her unbelieving husband to Christ if she would live with him and be a real Christian before him (I Cot. 7:12-16). Concerning virgins, the Bible says hat a youn$ ladv is to be one. A young lade should be a virgin when she marries. God does not allow freedom at this point with sex. A young man is to keep him_lf pure for that one special young lady. A young lady is to keep herself pure for that one special young man. The breakdown of the home an the pagan in- fluence in a society can almost be meastredby the number of virgins that society has. A virgin is a young woman who has not had sexual relations before her wedding day (I Cot. 7:25-33). Concerning widows and widowers, the Bible says that the husband or wife is bound by the law as long as one or the e final shipment of 1973 let Pickups is now on our 350 or 454 V-8s, ton or ton Cmtom Deluxe, Cheyenne, Cheyenne Super. other of the marriage partners is living. Whose law are we talking about? The Apostle Paul is talking about God's law. The law of the land may not be the law of God. It should be, but sometimes it isn't. If a husband dies, the woman is free to remarry to whom she will; "only in the Lord" (I Cor. 7:39-40). Of course the sme applies to the man. If a man*s wife des, he is also free to remarry. This freedom of which God speaks is a qualified freedom. Such a person is no*. free to marry just anyone, but free to marry anyone "in the Lord." This means anyone of whom God approves. Once you're m:rried, you're bound to each other for life. T, L. Roach and Son pur- chased a 1973 Ford from Pal- mer Motor Co. Betty J. Ottoson of Amari- llo purchased a 1973 Buick from Chamberlain Motor Co. Lonnie Hinckley of Floydada purchased a 1973 Oldsmobile from Chamberlain Motor Co. Susie Messer of Wellington purchased a 1973 Oldsmobile from Chamberlain Motor Co. Billy T. Jones purchased a 1973 Ford from Wlttman Lit- tleton Mts., Inc. L. C. Noble of Gruver pur- chased a 1973 Cadillac from Chamberlain Motor Co. Billy Conner of Farnsworth purchased a 1973 Oldsmobile from Chamberlain Motor Co. Bea Conner of Perron purchased a 1973 Buick from Chamberlain Motor Co. Thomas W. Weller purchased a 1973 Pontiac from Chamber- lain Motor Co. T. C. Jackson of Groompur- chased a 1973 Buick from Ch- amberlain Motor Co. Frank Phelan, Jr. purchased a 1973 Buick from Chamber- lain Motor Co. Jlggs Land of Lelia Lake purchased a 1973 Chevrolet from Alderson Chevrolet. Three Bar H Cattle Co. of Hedley purchased a 1973 C nev- rolet from Alderson Chevro- let. P. B. Farley of Pampa purchased a 1973 Chevrolet from Alderson Chevrolet. Dean Singleton purchased a 1973 Pontiac from Chamber- lain Motor Co. Charles Mendenhall of Per- ryton purchased a 1973 Buick from Chamberlain Motor Co. T. W. Bell, Jr. of Turkey purchased a 1973 Ford from Palmer Motor Co. Palmer Motor Co. purchased a 1973 Ford from Ford Mar- keting Corp. Koetting Bros. of Groom purchased a 1973 Ford from Palmer Motor Co. Audie Vaughn of Childress purchased a 1973 Cadillac fr- om Chamberlain Motor Co. William O, Mt)ring pur- chased a1973Oldsmobile from Chamberlain Motor Co. Kho:ury Bros. purchased a 1973 Cadillac from Chamber- lain Motor Co. Ruben Baggerman of Groom purchased a 1973 Buick from Chamberlain Motor Co. Steve I. Davis of Groom purchased a 1973 Oldsmobile from Chamberlain Motor Co. but they're going fast!! Your trade will never be worth more than it is now at Irene W. Benesch of Lelia Lake purchased a 1973 Olds- Th eseectionl is g? O d, termbile fromChamberlainMo-NeldaCO. Allison purchased a 1973 Buick from Chamberlain Motor Co. LDERSON CHEVROLET Clarendon, Texas Betty Lee Bell of Amarillo purchased a 1073 Pontiac from Chamberlain Motor Co. Kenneth Hutson, Sr. of Here- ford purchased a 1973 Ply- mouth from Mills Motors,lnc. D, G. Bray of Dallas pur- chased a 1973 Plymouth from Mills Motors Inc. Someone will say, "Pre.cher, we d nn*t do it ths w,*y to- day." The heartache and sorrow that we have tn millions of homes shouts this louder than you do. Multitudes of homes, husbands and wives, have fallen short of God's standard nd have brought untold misery and distress upon themselves and millions of little children. We would ,Io well to listen to God's Word and ,o it accord- ing to God's law that the Christian witness might glorify the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. And is not the judgment of God upon our land because we have failed to heed God's law? This letter was received by The Press this week, Maybe it would be good to hear from other residents about local issues, The Press will publish any letter seat, but we reser- ve the right to condense if space is tight. No, it isn't a Bad Dream. It is a nightmare and a senseless farce. The "sides" have dug in for a prolonged siege. No matter that some or our people are going without medical care. If these people were required to conduct their personal af- fairs the way they manage hospital affairs, they would in- dignantly refuse. But the sacrifices others have to mke do not matter; only that these people have their way. Donley County cannot afford to say one word abou Water- gate. This m,ss makes Watergate smell like a rose. My stomach isn't strong enough to go to our local churches on Sunday and listen to these hypocrites mouthpious phrases. If they are Christian examples, I'll take my chances at home. This is the classic examc[e of why young people reject adult practices, God help us. L,H. C, We sell more mattresses tha n anybody in the industry. Shouldn't that tell you something? Sleeping is One Third of Your Life... Why Not Spend It Blissfully on This Dreamy Ensemble from Sealy? Comfort Crest Cozy Rest Box Springs& Mattress Queen size Set 00149 $89 zi"00 S00ze Set $199 OSBURN Furniture & Appliance Clarendon, Texas Phone 874-3412