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THE OHIO COUNTY Your Picture Nowsp@er HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 25, 1968 2 Larry lamtson" To Lead ,, Christian Youth Revival We are happy to an- year at Charleston con- nounce that Larry W. Jam- vlnced me that preachers (son, evangelist from Mt. were badly neededl" He Carmel, Illinois, of the graduated from Cincinnati Parkview Christian Church Bible Seminary in 1961 and will be with us from Frt- continued two years In day, July 26, to Sunday, part.-ttime graduate work. July 28, to lead in our During that time he mar- Youth Revival here at the Hartford Christian Church on West Walnut Street. Larry was born in Clay City, Illinois, September 9, 1939, and raised in Flo- ra, Illinois. He is a Tim- othy of the First Chris- tian Church In Flora, and was baptized by Pearl Wil- lis at the age of I1. He dedicated his life to full- time Christian Service on July 13, 1958, and was or- dained an evangelist No- vember 27, 1960, by the Elders of the Flora Church. He began his schooling at Eastern Illinois Univer- sity, Charleston, Illinois, but transferred to the Cin- cinnati Bible Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio, at the end of his freshman year be- cause as he .says, "One Adabnr! Baptist tburr.h rled Miss Barbara Phillips of Olney, Illinois. God blessed their marriage with a son, Tracy. Besides his other reoponsihllities as an evangelist and preacher, be serves as the Alumni Advisor of the Cin- cinnati Bible Seminary for Southern Illinois. In his spare time, he is leading in the establishing of a new church in Princeton, In- diana. The recently established church in ME. Carmel, Il- linois, (Parkvlew Chris- tian Church) called Larry to work with them in Sep- tember of 1965. This con- gregation has proved to be a constant source of encour- agement to him, and our thanks goes to this congre- gation for willingly sharing him, and sending him to Beaver Dam Oeanfield Christian Church Baptist Church Larry Jamlson work with us in our Re- vival. Don't forget that this is a Youth Revival, but we would like to have everyone come whether you are young in age or young in heart. The services are Friday, Sat- urday, and Sunday night at 7:00 p.m., with a special Rally Day on Saturday be- ginrling at 10:00 a.m. and lasting all day. We invite you to attend this Revival, and hear Bro. l.arry preach the Gospel for we ; re sure that you will receive a rich bless- ing. Don't forget to bring your Bible. RaY. Bernard Camden Drexel Ste~vart, Minister Hey. Bill Its(c, Pastur Pastor 9 a.m, Sunday School 10 a,m. Sunday SOlool 10:00 a.m. Suf~day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship11 a.m. Morning W.rsl~lp 11:00 a.m. MorningWorship 7 p.m. Evenin~ Worship, wlth 6 p.m. t:iveJliug Wor~;htp 5:30 p.m. EvenlngWorsl~ip Eldrcd ~oung, speaker 7 p.m. Wed. I'raytr~ M,'t'[lIIg Horse Branch United Rosine Fordsville Muthodist Church Baptist Church Catholic Church Rev~ Joe Alexander, Pastor Rev. R, K. Johnson, PastorRay, Jo,.~cph O'Donuell 10 a.m. Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. Sunday School Pastor (Every let Sunday) 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday htas~; Zion Beaver Dam Marvin's Chapel Baptist Church Church Of Christ United M ethodist Ray. Donald McGulre, Pastor Roy Fudge, Minister Ray, Waynu l.yle,P,~s=.r 10 a,m. Sunday School i 0 a,m. Sunday School I (9:45 Sunday Sctlo, d 11 a.m. Morning Worahlp 11 a.m. M~rnlng Worship9:45 Worship Service (Every 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Worship 2rid and 4th Sunday~) 7 p,m. Wed. Blhle Study 5:30 p,m. MYF' at Duudce Barnetts Creek Church Horse Branch Christian Church Hartford Church Of Christ Lloyd Spivey, Sr., Minlater 10 a.ln. Sunday School Humble Valley General B'ap. Church To Many the Point is Profitably Received /l" Antioch Church Of Christ I~r~. } twin Sei)ultz, Minister I t) a.m. lHble Study I ] a..~. W,.Jrship Service -r:30 p,m, I rJday I~ible Study Pond Run Baptist Church / / / I / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Drexel Stewart# Minister HeY. P,a~/ Jones. Pastor 10 a.m. Sunday School Rev, Donald Gunn, PastorIt) a.m. Sunday School 1l a.m. Morning Worship I1 a.m, Worship Service lO -.m. sunday School11 ~.m. MorningWorshlp 6:00 p.m. Youth Meeting 6 p.m. Worship Service 11 a.m, Morning Worship 5: $0p. lltble Study 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Wed. Bible Classes 7:30 Sun. Evening Worship 6:3u, I ventng Worship Fairview Fordsville United Walton's Creek Dundee Baptist Church Methodist Church Baptist ChurchBaptist Church Ray. Ernest Griffin/ Pastor Ray. L. 1. Chandler~ Partier Ray, }lalold Nail, I~a,'~toi lalne,~ ('ollard, I)astor 10 a.rn. Sunday School ' lO a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sund;iy Sch,,ol t 1 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 11 $.m. Morning Worshtp~ It a.m. M?rningWorshlp 11:00 a.m. C hurch~,rvice t~3U ~tnday Night Service Cutertown United Rid|ecrest .... ' " Hartford Hartford Meihodist Church Baptist Church Christian Church Baptist Church Rev, dvsse 'lichcnor, Pasto]. l eigh llargrave, Minislt~l IG*\'. W, (). llanson, Pa~tor l0 a.m, Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Bible School th,V~ a.m. Sunday School il a.m. MorntngWorshlp ~1 a.m. Morning Worship 10:50 a.rn, WorshtpServlcc II a,m. Morning Worship 6:30 p.m.M.Y.F, p.m. Training Union 6 p.,n. Youth Meeting 7:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p,m. Worship Service 8 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship 7:3t) p.m. Wt,dnesday Prayer 7:30 Prayer Service 7:30 Wed. Prayer Service7 p.m. Wed, Prayer Meeth~g Service tt "rHLY AITH LORD, 'CUR'JED TH NL&N THAT 7EUSTETH IN MAN, AND MAKETH FLE6H Hl. AI AA AND WHOSE HEART DEP TETH FROA THE LOED ' # II II Rev. Joseph A world-wide traveler how well we Justi recently wrote in the Farm others, it is not Journal that only In Chris-of the Gospel of tlan nations did he find a However, It Is not genuine regard for the dig-the killing that nity and life of fellowmen,destroy our To him the contrast was ture (and maybe even remarkable. His observe- selves). It is rather tton highlights howimport- callous attitude ant It is to Christianity that when it hits at otherS, human life berespected. As der still, it is often a matter of fact Christian-revengeful desire lty cannot survive if Chris- (even filled with tlans lose this respect, viewing war and riots It Is here that we are robbery. What Is la faced with another chal- hearts can hurt us lenge. For life Is cheap and ultimately destroy todayl On television we dignity. view the horrors of real "Do not kill," war as part of our dally Lord. Pray that diet of news. And to boot, the depths of your we watch torture and cruel-you will never ty and murder on program dened to the killing after program. Too cas- era. Teach ually do we view tragedy: to respect life. the death of thousands In them at ruthlesskil an earthquake, seventy en when viewed in bodies strewn about after apicture-world of heel plane crash, a dying man screen. shot In a hold-up, and the tally of highway slaughter Jesus showed keeping pace with former colors in death records. Then wlth a flick prayed: of the wrist we move over Fatherl They to the newest comedy team what they are doing. or music hour - and not a 23, 24) He hat prayer to God for the be- venge or desire for , eaved, for our own family, death of others. or even for the killer. Thls The way of is a very dangerous atti- Idealism. If we tude for Christian clvillza- least desire b_Is tlon. en though we may To preserve our Chris- weak at times to tlan culture we must sin- them,) then ( cerely regret the brutal already dead In killing of other people, ev- And may God en our enemles. No matter usl Rockport Hartford Second Cuntertown East Hartford :.: Baptist ChurchBaptist ChurchBaptist ChurchBap. Mission Church I Inth dventist Church In July of 1963 William Henry Nelson, a r"Teg.z o RaY. James Craigmyle Ray. doe Fo,eman, Pastor RaY. WtTI. Iloiladay, t at~h)r t(~,v. Wendell ltallls, [ astor claimed that America "never did anything for me.,^e Pastor 10 a.m. Sunday School10 a.m. Sunday Sci,.,,i ,u a.,n. 5,today ~chool an $18,000 shrimp boat and defected to Cuba. New, lie OO L0 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m, Worship Service 11 W,, shJp a.m. Mo,.,ng Worship came SO fed up wtth llfe in America that he dectdeo== tt#.. ,, ..m. o:,o ...,..,o,.. ,,:.,,, .. Bible School Director Expresses anks 6:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p,m. Worship Service 7:30p,m. Evenirzg wor~mH) 7 p.m. Wed. Prayer Service Fldel Castrots sugar cane island would be o pd . 7:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:~) p.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Wed. l~ible Study Sheriff Beace A. Thompson of Key West, Florldattt," Hartford United Beaver Dam Beulah West Point that Nelson took the 48-foot shrimp trawler "Eun ' t Methodist Church Assembly Of God C.P. Church Baflist Church During' the past week of kindergarten teacher and fun with crafts during the from its dock in Key Weston July. 261963, and saileO. "='= July 15 through 19 the Ohio Lynn Rogers was the Cra- past week and all had a the shores of Cuba where he wrecked(ton a Ray. R. K. Hulas, Pastor Ray. Miss Jean lisle, Pastor I~ev. Carltonllatchcr, t'ast,n l~v W:.alter Campbell, County Seventh Day Ad- die Roll teacher. The Btblechance to bring a nature was rescued by Cuban seamen and taken to.Ha # 10 a.m. sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10a.m. Sunday School I'a tor venttst Church held Its Va-School was ended Friday study to share with the Well, sir, the other day Nelson and a couple ot ot, I1 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Morning Worship iI a.m. Morning W,)r:~]dp I~t ;l.t~l, burtday Sch,,ol 6:00 p.m. MYF 6:15 Christ's Ambassadors 6:30 p.m. Yottth X e tillg I I a,n,. M,,rntng Worship cation Bible School with with a picnic at which timeother children. They also were picked up by the Coast Guardwhile floating on 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 Evening Worsfiip 7 p.m. I