Cedar Hill Chronicle (Cedar Hill, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1976 Page: 2 of 20

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Services Friday For
Billy Ray Chambers
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BILLY RAY CHAMBERS SR.
...Former Cedar Hill Fire Chief
Review Set Of
Sunday Comics
Join in the hilarious
fun...Thursday, Novem-
ber 4, at the Cedar Hill
community Center for
"An Evening of Fun with
the Sunday Funnies!"
The evening begins at 7
o'clock with a buffet,
offering Granny
Yokum's garden patch,
Katzenjammer Kids
German sausage and
potato salad, and other
delicacies of your
favoirite comic
character...straight from
the Sunday paper !
After heaping piles of
food on your plate, you'll
be seated at tables with
specially designed
CENTRAL
BAPTIST
DAY CARE
291-4907
ALL-DAY CARE
BEFORE & AFTER
SCHOOL CARE
SCHOOL
TRANSPORTATION
INFANTS TO
12-YRS. AGE
LICENSED
centerpieces, which will
later turn out to be
surprises to certain
guest.
Louise Myers and
Norma Jones are in
charge of the tables and
centerpieces.
Dinner music will be
provided by Cecil
Pearson, who will later
introduce the special
entertainer for the
evening... Dr. Rose-Mary
Rumbley.
She will provide the
most delightful part of
the evening, an entertain-
ing review of those
characters from the
Sunday funnies.
Dr. Rumbley,
currently in charge of the
Drama Department at
Dallas Baptist College, is
very much in demand as
a book reviewer. She has
appeared in numerous
theatrical productions,
playing at both Casa
Manana and in Dallas
Summer Musicals.
The cost is only $5 per
person, which will be a
donation to the Downtown
Restoration Committee
for Cedar Hill.
Contact Vickie Bell at
291-1412 or Nancy James
at 291-1836 to reserve
tickets...but hurry!!!
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Faith Bible Church j
1808 W. Camp Wisdom Dallas |
"And we proclaim Him (Christ), admonishing every £:
man and leaching every man with all wisdom, that we v!
may present every man complete in Christ."
Colossians 1:28
FRED C CAMPBELL, Pastor
SERVICES:
9:30 A.M Bible Study Classes
10:50 A.M. ... Morning Worship £
(>:.'}() P.M. Body Life Fellowship :•*
WEEKLY HOME MEETINGS $
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P.O. Box 158, 610 Cedar Street, Cedar Hill 75104
COVERING SCENIC CEDAR HILL »
TOWER CITY OF THE SOUTHWEST
' 1976
ROYCE BROWN PUBLISHER
RICK TAYLOR Editor & Gen. Mgr.
Published every Thursday at Cedar Hill, Texas 75104
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published weekly in the interest of Cedar Hill.
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reputation of any individual will be corrected if brought
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Funeral services for
former Cedar Hill Fire
Chief Billy Ray
Chambers were
conducted here Friday,
October 15.
Officiating at the 4 p.m.
services at Cedar Hill's
First Baptist Church
were Rev. Walter
Goodnight, pastor of the
church and Rev. Don
Childress.
Burial was in Little
Bethel Cemetery under
the direction of David
Clayton & Sons Funeral
Home.
- Chambers, 50, died in a
Dallas hospital Wednes-
Prize List
PTA Fete
Prize list for the
Elementary School
Halloween Carnival is
growing daily.
The annual carnival,
titled this year "Carnival
of Clowns," will be at
Bray Elementary School
Saturday, October 30.
The parade will begin
at 5 p.m. with judging
following on the best
clown costumes.
Stuffed clowns will be
given to winners of the
clown costume contest.
Grand prize in the
children's drawing will
be a giant stuffed bison
measuring 28 inches tall
and 50 inches long.
Other prizes to be given
in the children's drawing
include tee shirts, games
and pizzas.
Grand prize in the
adults' drawing is a color
television.
Other prizes include a
family table Bible,
carving knife sets,
savings accounts,
uncirculated Bicenten-
nial coin sets, hot lather
machine, flight bags and
numerous gift
certificates.
The carnival will
continue through 10 p.m.
with over 30 booths.
Some of the activities
scheduled include duck
pond, fish pond, plant
8th Horns
Lose Game
To Red Oak
Red Oak's Eighth
Graders edged Cedar
Hill's Eighth Grade
Shorthorns, 8-6, in
football action last week.
The game was played
here in Longhorn
Stadium Tuesday night,
October 12.
Rusty Davis punched
off tackle to score the lone
Cedar Hill TD in the
second quarter.
The Horns failed in the
point-after conversion
attempt.
Cedar Hill turned in
another fine ball control
game, both offensively
and defensively.
Red Oak scored on a
long, desperation pass
with 50 seconds left in the
contest.
A short pass to the tight
end for the two conver-
sion points spelled the
margin of victory for
visiting Red Oak.
Davis picked up 88
yards for the locals from
his halfback slot.
Other offensive stand-
outs for Cedar Hill were
halfback Gordon
Williams, fullback
Jimmy Slaven, end Jay
Gardener, tackle Jeff
Bailey and guard John
Taylor.
Tackle Jimmy Von
Hoffman, tackle Ben
Robicheaux, safety
Albert Lacy and halfback
David Nichols paced the
locals' defensive efforts.
The squad, coached by
Bob Harmon and Calvin
Wells, is 1-4 for the season
and 1-2 against District
12-AA opposition.
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day, October 13.
Born in Cedar Hill
January 17, 1926,
Chambers retired from
the U.S. Navy as a Chief
Hospital Corpsman in
June, 1966.
He had been a member
of Cedar Hill's First
Baptist Church since
1943. *
Chambers was serving
in his 27th year as a
member of Cedar Hill
Volunteer Fire
Department at the time
of his death.
He was Cedar Hill Fire
Chief two years, 1954-56,
and had served the
For
Grows
booth, country store,
spook houses, baseball
throw, cake walks, ring
toss, bean bag toss, grab
bag, pie plate throw,
fortune tellers and many
others.
Proceeds from the
carnival will go to the
Elementary PTA for its
projects with the schools.
Chairman for this
year's event is Mrs. Joy
Knight.
department in many
other offices.
An active Mason,
Chambers was past
Master (1974-75) of Cedar
Hill Lodge No. 1380,
AF&AM, and a member
of the Scottish Rite
bodies.
Employed as a
purchasing agent for the
Federal Reserve Bank in
Dallas, Chambers made
his home at 314
Hickerson.
Survivors include his
wife, Mrs. Leona
Chambers of Cedar Hill;
a son, Billy Ray
Chambers Jr. of Cedar
Hill; two daughters, Mrs.
Loyce Young of Grand
Prairie and Mrs. Joyce
Francis of Princeton; a
sister, Mrs. Peggy King
of Irving; two
grandsons; and other
relatives.
Pallbearers were
Wilson Knight, Kenneth
Lander, Willard
Murdock, John Sliger, L.
E. Jones and Charles Ray
Sims.
All members of Cedar
Hill Volunteer Fire
Department were
honorary pallbearers.
Graveside Masonic
rites were conducted by
Cedar Hill Lodge No.
1380, AF&AM.
PTSA
Report Card
By Linda Martin
Congratulations to the Cedar Hill Longhorn football
team for a fine game and a victory in last Friday
night's game against Red Oak. Now we're looking for-
ward to a win over Forney tomorrow night. Good luck,
Longhorns.!
September was the official membership month for
PTSA and PTA. Both PTA groups closed out their
membership for this fall officially on October 15, when
state and national dues were paid.
Regular memberships are good for one year only.
The High School and Middle School PTSA now has a
total of 102 regular members and one Life Member,
Red Colquitt. We are also very proud to have our first
student member, Pete Rosales. Hopefully, other
students will follow Pete's example next year as we
continue to build PTSA.
Cedar Hill Elementary PTA has a total of 216
members which include members from both Bray and
South Hills Elementary Schools.
Mrs. Mary Nell Richards, membership chairman
for PTSA, and Mrs. Holly Steele, membership chair-
man for Elementary PTA both deserve a big thanks
for their efforts and time they have given to this
September membership drive.
South Hills held its Open House Tuesday, October 12,
with an excellent turn out of parents as did Bray Tues-
day, October 19. Many enjoyed the music program, PE
demonstration by fifth graders and explanation of the
reading program by first grade teachers at South
Hills. Both schools had taken great care in decorating
each room colorfully and informatively.
Coming up soon is the big carnival night at 3ray
sponsored by Elementary PTA. It will be Saturday,
October 30. Its theme is the "Carnival of Clowns." Mrs.
Joy Knight is in charge of the carnival this year and we
understand that she's doing an excellent job. The
carnival is not limited to just elementary students.
Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend. We
think this is an excellent and safe way to celebrate
Halloween.
Money made from the carnival will go to the funding
of Elementary PTA projects during the year. The
Cedar Hill Boy Scouts will be running a booth at the
carnival donating their time and money made at it to
PTA. Good for you, Boy Scouts!
Pi Sigma Middle School Science Club held a parents
meeting recently with teacher sponsor, Mike Bolinsky.
Purpose of the meeting was to plan the spring trip and
a money making event to finance this trip. The club is
allowed only one money making event per year. We
urge all of you Cedar Hill citizens to support this fine
club.
Bolinsky has really worked with these kids (and all
of his science classes) to promote an interest and
enthusiasm in science that is a thrill to watch. Science
club members have by-laws to follow including
scholastic and conduct requirements to remain in the
club. They must also attend meetings at 7 o'clock in the
morning. PTSA is proud to sponsor such an
enthusiastic and worthwhile group.
By the way, we hear that Bolinsky's high school
chemistry class has a trip or maybe two planned this
year also. It that true, Mike?
Four after the game dances have been held this year
with one more to go. Last Friday, Harry Nelson, KLIF
discjockey, did the honors and gave away 15 or more
record albums. PTSA supplied three of those albums
as special prizes. We were glad to see some Longhorn
football players win some of them, Mike Murdock, Ray
Grogan, Steve Hozdulick that we know about. PTSA
board members are considering perhaps a special
dance to wind up the football season...Look for details
in a later column.
These after the game dances require a lot of pre-
paration and clean up. I would publicly like to thank
Mrs. Shirley Nicholson for being ever so faithful in this
duty. PTSA appreciates her efforts very much and
also those of parents who have chaperoned these
dances.
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Cedar
Hill's
Ministers
Reflect...
Ml
THE NATURE
OF THE CHURCH
By Walter Goodnight
Pastor
First Baptist Church
The word "church" is never used in the New Testa-
ment to refer to a building or a denomination. It is used
only in reference to all of the redeemed of all ages and
to a local body of baptized believers. The great
majority of its references are to the local church.
The church is a divine institution. It is built by Christ
and upon the faith of the believer. The church was
purchased by divine blood. The local church is to be
made up of baptized believers who are banded
together to observe the ordinances, worship the Lord,
mature spiritually, and carry out the Great
Commission.
The church is referred to in Ephesians and in
Romans as the "body" of Christ. It is, therefore, an
organism, not an organization. This denotes life and
service.
Several times in the New Testament the church is
referred to as the "bride" of Christ. This, I think,
symbolizes love and fruit-bearing. The church is to be
subject to Christ as a wife is to her husband.
Men ought to be careful how they regard the church.
They should be faithful in their support and love of it.
The Word of God cautions, "If any man defile (attempt
to destroy) the temple of God, him shall God destroy;
for the temple of God is holy..."
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First Baptist
602 Belt Line
Rev. Walter Goodnight, Pastor
Central Baptist
Highway 67
Rev. Malcolm Scoggins, Pastor
Assembly off God
Straus Road
Rev. Carroll Teeter, Pastor
DeSoto Presbyterian
tV. Pleasant Run Rd., DeSoto
Rev. Ben F. McAnally, Pastor
Faith Bible Church
1808 If/ Camp Wisdom, Dallas
Fred C. Campbell, Pastor
New Life In Christ
Lutheran
Lions Club Community House
Duncanville
Dr. Axel V. Beckman, Pastor
Church off Christ
332 Cedar Street
Alvis A. Bryan, Minister
Cedar Heights Baptist
East Belt Line Road
Rev. Don Childress, Pastor
Melody Baptist
Texas Street
Rev. C. O. Wadsworth, Pastor
First United Methodist
Harrington & Roberts
Dr. Robert B. Pinckney, Pastor
Holy Spirit Catholic
Reed Junior High, Duncanville
Father Robert J. Sykora, Pastor
Glory Evangelical
Lutheran
110 N. Lyndalyn, DeSoto
Gene A. Durfey, Pastor
David Clayton & Sons
Funeral Home
Duncanville
Dial 298-7222
Cowboy-Ford Mercury
Interstate 35-E at U.S. 287
In Waxahachie
Local: 937-5310 Metro: 223-7580
E. A. Scott
Builder Contractor
Cedar Hill 291-1486
Trinity Memorial Church
Dallas
2634 W. Kiest Blvd.
Johnny Dickerson, Pastor
337-8223
White Auto Store
A1 & Rozelle Krueger, Owners
Tower Shopping Center
Cedar Hill 291-1389-
Little Bethel
Memorial Park
A Perpetual Care Cemetery
We Sell Granite & Bronze Markers
1803 S. Cedar Hill Rd. 298-4550
Chuck's Barber Shop
Monday-Friday: 8:30 to 6:30
Saturday: 7:30 to 5:30
326 S. Highway 67
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291-4223
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