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Tampico Tornado
Thursday, April 20, 1933

A splendid Easter program, "New Life for Our World" was given at the Methodist church Easter Sunday morning. The service began after the roll call of the class at 9:45 and continued through the worship hour. The program was in charge of Mrs. H. H. COLBY. Mrs. Frank A'Hearn, Mrs. W. W. MAXWELL and Miss Nina RUCK and was as follows:

Song, "Up, Up, Up, the Flowers are Growing." Primary department. Lord's prayer in unison: baptismal service and reception of Members; scripture reading, the Easter story, Mark 14:18, Rev. W. W. MAXWELL; hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name," congregation; "The Great Commission,"  Mathew 28, 16-20, Rev. MAXWELL; hymn, "We've a Story to Tell the Nation," congregation; spiritual, "Lord I Want to be a Christian" Joy class; responsive reading, Psalms 67, response; anthem, "I Know That My Redeemer Lives." choir, soloist, Miss Glendine NEILL; prayer, Rev. MAXWELL; hymn response, "I Would  Be True," congregation; pastor's message, Rev. MAXWELL; Easter offertory solo, "Alone," Oscar WETZELL.

The service was concluded with the dedication of offerings. Milton LOUDENBURG represented the beginner's Sunday school class; Betty STICKEL, the primary department; Francis BERGE, the junior department; Thelma GLASS, the high school department; H. H. COLBY, the Men's Bible class; Mrs. Edward BERGE, the Women's Bible class; general offering, hymn, "Christ the Lord is Risen Today." congregation; benediction, Rev. MAXWELL.

(reference: M. E. Church) 

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