The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1947 Page: 2 of 8
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IN YOUR home, during the
evening, there are fewer
interruptions and a better
opportunity to discuss with
all members of the family
every detail of a well
planned insurance protec-
tion program. It is more
Sunday School, 9:J§.
Morning Worship, 11.00. “The
| Great Assise.”
Training Union, 6:00.
Evening Worship, 7:00,
-Picture: "On the Road to Damas-
cus.” Everyone will U interested in
3:00 p.m., Ladies' Bible
Visitors welcome at all services.
ZION EVANGELICAL AND
REFORMED CBURCH, WOMACK
birthdays of Clarence Run-
and Alvin Sj
home of Mr. ana J
4 p.m., Divine Worship Service.
Friday, Feb. 14, at 7:15.
are utged to be.there
cordially invited to attend these seU-|“d £0“'
P. De Young, Pastor
evening date to discuss insurance, call this Hartford
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
“The Church of the Lutheran Hour”
Sunday, Feb. 16—
Sunday School and Bible class at
:ker Insurance Agency
Divine worship hour at 11.
The Lutheran flour every Sunday
1 COUPLETS INSURANCE SERVICE
OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN
CHURCH OP NORSE
Sunday School, 16 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. with.
Confirmation and Mission Offering. | ,
Following the regular service a Com
munion Service will be held. Please,
remember to register for communion. I mornln£ at 8:30 o’clock over WACO,
The Sunday School teachers will Wednesday, Feb. 19-
meet Sunday at 7 p.m. at the home •A-8*1 Wednesday is the beginning
of Mr. and Mns. M. L. Solberg. Pf 'Lent. During this pre-Easter sea-
The Men’s Club will meet next 80n we meditate upon the bitter suf-
Tuesday, 7 p.m., at the Church Hall, brings and shameful death of our
The Confirmation Class will have | Savior, Jesus Christ. We see very
its final meeting this Saturday at 10 ] clearly that our sin's, too, nailed the
a.m. spotless and sinless Son of God to
Perry Sampson, Pastor (the accursed tree of the cross. He
died for us that we might never die.
THE METHODIST CHURCH I Yes, Jesus Himself declares concern-
Sunday School, 10 a.m. ing the Christians, “He that believeth
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. on Me, though he were dead, yet shall
The Rev. Floyd E. Johnson, Supt. | he live.” Our first Lenten service
Mrs. Hofcer Erick-
son last Sunday. ,
Those present to enjoy the deli-
cious dinner and beautiful birthday
cake were Mr. and Mrs. D. W: Hum-
phries, James and Don Humphries,
Mrs. Andrew McFadden and chiiaren,
Leloa, Valeria and Fay; Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Humphries and children, Gar-
land, Rusty, Claude, Claudene, and
Nolen; Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Hum'
phries Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Humphries, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Spitzer and children, Richard, Glenn,
Alvin Jr. and Gloria Jean.—A Guest.
NATIONALLY KNOWN T1R€
THAT GIVE* YOU A
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quality / new/ fresh/
WITH LATEST IMPROVEMENTS •
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of the Gatesville District, will preach will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday,
at the morning worship hour at the Feb. 19.
Methodist Church Sunday, Feb. 16. If you have no church home of your
Bro. Johnson is a very forceful own, if you want balm and healing for
preacher and the public is cordially | an accusing conscience, if you want
invited to hear him.
Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m.
Evening Worlshjp, 7 p.m.
W. S. C. S. Monday, 3 p.m.
Wed. Prayer meeting, 7 p.m.
Methodist Radio Hour over WFAA
each Sunday at 7:30 a.m.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us.
R. E. Briggs, Pastor
the assurance that heaven is yours
through faith in Jesus Christ, make
Immanuel Lutheran the church of
W. F. Bielefeldt, Pastor
FOR SALE—Good cane and hegira
hay.. Chas. Isenhower. 51-6tp
Give your car a chance, have those
needed Repairs made now if you ex-
your car to dependably operate
this winter. Jenson Motors. TF
CORNEIL 0. BROWN
Closed Each Thursday Afternoon
MERIDIAN . TEXAS
COUNTY AGENT’S ITINERARY
FOR ENSUING WEEK
Friday, Feb. 14—Landscape dem
Saturday, Feb. 15—Clifton Sr. 4-H
Monday, Feb. 17—Open.
Tuesday, Feb. 18—Visit landscape
ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHURCH,
CRANFILLS GAP, TEXAS
Sunday, Feb. 16— __
10:00 a.m., Sunday School and Bible I dem., Union Hili.
C1*88®8- „ . _ ,. „ Wednesday, Feb. 19—Visit clothing
11:00 a.m., Morning Worship. Ser- dem., Mount Top; Edu. Exp Comm
mon by Rev. O. O. Brandt, President. I meeting, Library, 7:30 p.m.
Clifton College. Thursday, Feb. 20—Open.
7:00 p.m., Senior League. Hosts— Friday, Feb. 21—Clifton Jt. 4-H
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McAdams, and dem.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Olson. Saturday, Feb. 22—Council, Merid-
Monday, Feb. 17— ian court room Jesse P. Courtney,
7:30 p.m., Senior Choir. I Co. Home Dem. Agent.
Saturday, Feb. 15—
10:00 a.m„ Junior and Senior Con-
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3:15 p.m., Junior Choir, Mrs.
Maakestad in charge. The Junior
Khoir will sing at the morning serv-
ce this Sunday. All are urged to be
present at the rehearsal.
The Rev. O. O. Brandt, newly in
stalled president of Clifton College,
will deliver the sermon and conduct
the morning service.
A sincere and a cordial welcome.
Benjamin R. Maakestad, Pastor
•VMUUiTEED 10,000 MILES
EACH IN SETS..
P0R WKW JJ! AAtPA
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TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
(ay School and Bible Classes,
Divine Services, 11:00.
Services in Crawford, 3:00 p.m.
Luther League Program, 7:30.
Saturday: Confirmation Classes at
Monday: Teachers Training Class,
Tuesday: Youth Choir Practice at
Wednesday: Junior L.D.R. meets at
FIRST LENTEN SERVICES, 7:30
In the Lenten Services this season
we shall follow our Savior in the
course of His trial before the judg-
ment 'seats of the High Priests, Annas
and Caiaphas; the Roman Governor,
Pontius Pilate; the king, Herod, and
finally Pilate again.
Thursday: Ladies’ Aid meets at the
Parish Hall. Hostesses: Mrs. C. T.
Knudson and Mrs. C. Ellingson.
Senior Choir Practice, 7:80 p.m. I
The Reverend Joel E. Nelson, of
Toronto, 'South Dakota, who is here
visiting his mother, Mrs. Anton Nel-
son, will preach the sermon Sunday
You are always welcome at Trinity
Walter T. Gigstad, Minister
NEW UPHOLSTERING MATERIAL
We are now able to make tailor fitted seat covers for
your car for only_
We recondition your springs and entire seat when you
place your seat cover order with us. No matter hn«r
recover tt*11 bC Pr°Ud °f y°Ur Cars inter'™aafterhwe
?™R4Go£H?JRICES for new fur-
ENTUn^ismS.HE UPHOlaTER Y0DR PRES-
Weatherford’s Seat Cover Shoi
Top dependable automobile service I
at Jenson Motors. TF
I still have some good lockers for
lease. Better have one when the
fruits and vegetables come in. Clif-
ton Locker Plant. TFC
THE PURCHASE OF ALL INTEREST
SILER & TORRBNCE IMPLEMENT CO.
We blend your grains with our own |
formula concentrate, results, a su-
perior egg mash at a lower cost to I
you. Our years of experience are your
protection. Dansby Feed Mills. 60-3tc
Dick Torrence Will Continue to Manage
the Store Featuring Case Implement
AM NEAR AS YOUR MIARKST TSLIPHONI
Hamilton Soar worm
Increased Emphasis Will Be Placed On
Repair and Overhaul Service on
More and More Case Implements and
Parts Are Becoming Available.
CHECK YOUR NEEDS WITH US
TORRENCE IMPIEMENT CO.
Permits Selling Of
at i Price
See This Fine Bay
Ronson & Evans
Ladies’ Ear Screws
Whitney s Jewelry Shop
Next to Clifton Record
WE ARE WRECKING CARS
TO KEEP YOUR CAR RUNNING
In order that your old ear can be kept in good running
order, we are wrecking k number of cars io that wewiU
ward getting the job done and getting it done rivhi
See Outlaw Brothers For
GOOD USED TIRES
In 16s, 17s, 19s, and 21s
All Sizes Auto Tubes
Why Pay More When
LONE STAR GASOLINE
Does the Job for Lett?
Delivered to Your Farm
Call No. 172
Bamesdalo Oil—Mighty Fit
Used cars for sale: ’32Ford with *1
Complete Wrecker & Tc
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Baldridge, Robert L., Jr. & Baldridge, Mrs. Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1947, newspaper, February 14, 1947; Clifton, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785568/m1/2/: accessed March 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.