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Professional woman, 61, seeks lifelong friendship with an intelligent man of integrity who is deeply converted, who loves God with all his heart, honors the Sabbath and Holy Days, and who lets the Bible, not man, be his guide. Nancy Owens, Box 136, 8400 Menaul, Albuquerque, NM 87112.
Study Resources, Feast Info., News, Links, and More! www.olivebranches.net. Send for our free "Resource Guide." Olive Branches, PO Box 1293, Fairview, TN 37062
Mid-South Sabbatarians: News, Events and Directory. On the web at www.sabbatarians.net.
Armstrong Archives. Video and audio tapes of H.W. Armstrong, G.T. Armstrong, David Palmer and other like-minded speakers of sound doctrine. Address to: PO Box 173, Botany Bay 1455, NSW, Australia. Ph. 0293169912.
Raise funds for your church, charity, club, school, scouts with a super product that sells itself. Call toll free 1-800-982-3210 ext. 103.
I.F.P.O./P.P.A. Photographer providing photography services. Would enjoy taking your treasured/unwanted photos and creating precious lovely treasures forever! All in the glory of God. All reflecting the beauty of God. Write: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free report! Teach your children positive work ethics and the principles of employment success. Write: The Roadmap, PO Box 4154, Kansas City, KS 66104.
160-page book, written to correct current false church and individual teachings about Passover, Easter, Pentecost, Xmas, calendar, etc. Write to P.O. Box 2525, Chatswood, NSW 2057, Australia.
"Think on These Things," and 15 other songs by Barri Armitage with lyrics poetically adapted from scripture and set to her new arrangements of traditional folk melodies. Cassette ($10.00 + $1.50 S&H). CD ($13.00 + $2.00 S&H). Song sheet set ($3.00 + $1.75 S&H). Maryland residents add 5% sales tax. Send check or money order payable to: Barri Armitage, 13904 North Gate Dr., Silver Spring, MD 20906; www.dovesongs.com.
Ball, Andrea, various health problems.
Blanche, Chicago, IL, health problems.
Hansen, Harold, Box 15, Cherhill, Alberta, Canada T0E 0J0, possible prostate problems.
Heller, Dennis, No. 233966, PO Box 260, Lexington, OK 73051, looking for better job.
Kusch, Karen, Box 15, Cherhill, Alberta, Canada T0E 0J0, nodules on thyroid, difficulty with breathing.
Allums, Christan (Heidi Christan Schatz), widowed. Cards may be sent to her c/o Hal Schatz, 5317 Village Circle Dr., Temple City, CA 91780.
Cochran, Nancey (Kurtz), Chicago, IL, uterine cancer, chemotherapy complete. Doing well, back to work.
Richards, Janet (Manuel) and Colin, (problem pregnancy) Jason Christopher Richards was born March 3, weighing 4 lb.s 7 oz. Severe heart defect, facing multiple surgeries. Also deformity in left arm and hand.
Adams, Roger, Branson, MO, lung cancer, radiation treatments
Alexander, Sharon, 5028 Overton Ridge Circle, No. 1222, Fort Worth, TX 76132 (817-346-1331), unemployed since Feast.
Bailey, Charles, 604 S. Ault St., Moberly, MO 65270, heart surgery recovery and other problems.
Bial, Andy, 6260 15th St., Mulkeytown, IL 62865, bladder cancer.
Cameran, Dave, heart operation recovery.
Collins, Debbie, Dallas, TX area, lost all in fire.
Emerson, Annette, Springfield, MA, benign cyst on liver.
Emerson, Asa, Springfield, MA, nodule on neck.
Flowers, Arlene, multiple strokes, pneumonia, worsening.
Freeman, Homer (uncle of Matthew Mitchell), prostate cancer, radiation therapy.
Geddes, Angie, 22953 Three Points Dr., Frankston, TX 75763, stent surgery and respiratory problems.
Gibbons, Jim, Liberty City, TX (neighbor of Mike Kusheba), colon cancer, radiation and chemotherapy.
Gibson, Paul, MS and flu recovery.
Hamil, Steve, Phenix City, AL, crushed hand.
Indy, seizure and in coma.
Ireland, Jeanne, 8570 W. Suzette Lane, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, unknown cause of swelling on ankle.
Ireland, John, 8570 W. Suzette Lane, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, scoliosis and pain in hip from fall.
Kinchen, James C., Hitchcock, TX (brother of Nora Sharp, Flint, TX), surgery pending for bladder removal due to cancer.
Lawson, Judy, 328 S. Elm, Ponca City, OK 74601, dialysis, congestive heart failure recovery.
McCullough, Bonnie, San Antonio, TX, terminal breast cancer.
Mello, Paul, 45, Palmdale, CA, liver cancer has spread.
Musgrave, Mary, Leesburg, TX 75451, eye operation recovery.
O'Driscoll, Danny, 14, brain tumor surgery recovery.
Phillips, Kathy, Gilmer, TX, multiple sclerosis.
Pittard, Angel, 25, 6468 Preakness Dr., Orlando, FL 32818, problem pregnancy.
Price, Samantha Rose, 3 weeks, Stuart, OK, heart surgery recovery.
Sansone, Debbie, gall bladder operation recovery.
Scott, Ray and Robert, stress from family deaths.
Sharp, Marjorie, 406 Robinson, Big Sandy, TX 75755, stent surgery recovery.
Smith, Wanda, 7000 Onyx Dr., St. Petersburg, FL 33702, Stage 1 cervical cancer, radiation and chemotherapy.
Suddeth, Diane, breast cancer, chemotherapy.
Weaver, Alice, (mother of Jay and Karla of New Mexico) blood clot in leg, malignant tumor in kidneys, chemotherapy.
Weatherman family, many family deaths in last few months.
Worthen, Nancy, Indiana, gall bladder and stroke recuperation.
Prayer requested for Richard Rapp, Lorraine Knowles' son, who has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease. He has a massive tumor in his chest, between the lungs and just above the heart. He's conferencing with doctors about treatment.
John Sharp, 82, of Blytheville, Ark., died March 1 of cancer. The funeral was held March 3 in Blytheville. Please remember the family in your prayers.
Brian Higginbotham died Thursday, March 8. Cards and letters may be sent to Belina Reno, 502 McFaddin Ave., Sumter, S.C. 29150-U.S.A.
Phoenix firefighter Bret Tarver, 41, of Queen Creek, Ariz., second son of Barbara and Carl Tarver (former WCG elder), was killed while fighting a fire on Wednesday, March 14. He is survived by his wife, Robin, three daughters, 10, 8 and 6 years, and five brothers, two of whom are also firefighters. Bret, a highly skilled and dedicated eight-year veteran fireman-paramedic, was trapped by falling rubble and ran out of air. More than 3,000 attended his funeral service on Monday March 19, many of whom were firemen from around the United States and Canada. Many others lined the funeral procession route.
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