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Page 8 - OTHELLO, WASHINGTON THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1974 erway Sacred Heart Catholic Grade School CCD classes concluded yesterday, Apr. 3, with a party sponsored by the Altar Society. Church o! Christ A congregational potluck dinner and business meeting followed, morning worship services last Sunday. Mar. 31. Afternoon activities included softball. First Baptist John Schlener will be guest speaker Sunday, Apr. 7. A former missionary to the The women of Othello in 35 N. '14, 488-2161. conjunction with the Columbia Rural homes are Mrs. Albin Basin Crusade for Christ will Hedlund, Northeast, Star be holding home prayer Route East, 488-2217; Mrs. meetings starting Apr. 9, Pat McCoy, Southeast, Star 10:25 to 11 a.m. Route East, 488-2438; Mrs. All interested in attending Frank Booth, Northwest, Amazon in Brazil, he is or hosting are asked to call Route 1, 488-9818; Mrs. returning to South America as Mrs. Ray Phinney at 488-2161. Andrew Takach, Southwest, business manager for the Homes that are presently Othello RadarBase, No. 9; and Association of Baptists for available intowninclude: Mrs. Mrs. Gene Coatney, South- World Evangelism. He will Bud DeWitt, 615 Ash Place, west, Route 1, 488-2284. speak at the 11 a.m. worship 488-5304; Mrs. Monty Fraser, service and the 7p.m. Bible 265 Desdemona Drive, 488- ~o~" Sets hour. 2309, Tuesdays only; Mrs. rusa Film of 'Road ll, at9:30a.m. Hostess will be Mrs. Ernest Young, with Mrs. T oh rm a g e d d o n' Harlow Youn,g~ ,c**~,h,ostess. First Christian Here Tonight A showing of "The Road to Armageddon", a new film just released by David Wilkerson Youth Crusades, is scheduled here this Thursday, Apr. 4, at 7:30 p.m. The 45-minute full-colorfilm features David Wilkerson, author of "The Cross and the Switchblade", narrating the dramatization of five calami- ties that are coming to the world. The showing is set for the Scootney Springs Ele- mentary multi-purpose room. There will be no admission charge with a free-will offering to be received. According to Pastor Dayle Johnson of the Othello As- sembly of G~i. the film is based upon insights into final events Wilkerson received from God this past April. "I saw coming to the United States and the world: A terrible recession; a major earthquake, and world-wide famine; a flood of filth on TV and on the newsstands; hatred against parents by teenagers; and a persecution madness .directed against all Jesus people," said Wilkerson. Rev. David Wilkerson, exe- cutive producer, states..."The purpose of this film is to awaken the young and old alike to the reality and near- ness of the coming of Christ. This believeable, low profile film has such an impact that every viewer will have to de- cide what he must do about Christ's imminent return." "The Road to Armageddon" is now being premiered in churches throughout the United States and Canada and is soon to be released in Europe. Oliver Ticket ************* Charles Galusha, 1308 E. th R,.,lly The Ladies Missionary Fel- Larch, 488-2379; Mrs. Dayle You .... lowship meets Thursday, Apr. Johnson, 1042 E. Oak, 488- Church deaconesses will host a coffee hour Sunday, Apr. 7, following the 11 a.m. worship service. ************* United Methodist Maundy Communion ser- vice is planned for Thursday, Apr. 11, at 9 p.m. ************* Council of ministries meets 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 9, at the church. A Pastor-Parish Relations committee meeting is sche- duled Monday, Apr. 8, at the Jim Logan residence. First Presbyterian The One Great Hour of Sharing offering will be received Sunday, Apr. 7, during morning worship. This offering includes concerns for world relief and self-develop- ment of people. Mrs. Al Miller will host a meeting of the Marytha Circle Monday, Apr. 8, at 7:30 p.m. The continued Bible study is on the Book of Hebrews. Pilgrim Lutheran New members will be wel- comed into the congregation Palm Sunday, Apr. 7, during morning worship services. A congregational potluck dinner Officers Elected For Royal Guild ROYAL CITY - The Our Lady of the Fields Guild of St. Michael's Church in Royal City held its annual election of officers at a meeting Mar. 25 at the home of Mrs. Dan Jones. The new officers are Mrs. Joe Selzler, president; Mrs. Dan Jones, vice president; Mrs. Bill Halpin, treasurer; and Mrs. William Donovan, secretary. The guild is planning a church bazaar to be held in early December. In prepara- tion, eachmember will make or pledge one item each month. Truck Tractor, Pamnger, Batteries Price Dropped For Students MOSES LAKE - Special reduced-price, tickets are available to high school students for the musical "Oliver!" at Big Bend Com- munity College Apr. 26. The student matinee is scheduled for 1:15 p.m. at the BBCC Theater on the North Campus, starring Leonard Nimoy as Fagin. Regular admission tickets which sell for $5 for the other two night performances have been re- duced to $3 for the student matinee. The student tickets are available from the principal's offices at Royal, Warden, Odessa, Soap Lake, Wilson Creek, Othello, Ephrata, Quincy, Ritzviile and Moses Lake. Rehearsals of the large cast are already underway with Robert Morse, Moses Lake drama instructor, as director. Wayne Freeman, BBCC in- structor, is musical director and producer of the successful Broadway play. 1255 S. Broadwa_y 2094; Mrs. Ray Kostad, 1326 E. Elm, 488-3576; Mrs. Homer Mullen, 735 E. Elm, 488-2910, April only; Mrs. Ray Phinney, will follow at 1 p.m. Martha Circle meets 1 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 9, at the church with Mrs. Keith Lebacken hostess. Mrs. Elmer Lottes will present the Bible study. An ALCW executive board meeting is scheduled 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 9 at the church. Plans for the annual Mother- Daughter tea, to be in May, will be finalized. There will be a Tenebrae :ommunion service, Apr. 11. A Columbia Basin Crusade for Christian Youth Rally has been scheduled for tomorrow night, Apr. 5, at Warden High School Cafeteria commencing at 7:30 p.m. It is being sponsored by the Columbia Basin Crusade for Christ Committee, with Pas- tor Dayle Johnson of the Othello Assembly of God church, chairman. Mrs. Walt Danielson, of Othello First Presbyterian Church, is youth zone chair- man for Othello, Warden and Royal City areas. Jim Hysjulien and Greg Baldridge are working with Pastor Johnson on a youth~ committee, organizing school prayer groups. AUTHOR OF "THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE" A movie you will never forge~ predictions.of soon to come PERSECUTION--EARTHQUAKES-RECESSION. Shatlering news events foreshadowing the end of the world. A very clear Interpretation of the iNn of our times. Saturday, April 6th, 7:30 p.m. Scootney Springs Mdtipurpose Room NO ADMISSION CHARGE FREE WILL OFFERING. 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