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Wanting address for distributor of Sonja King's music: D. Schroeder, 12612 River St., Wausau, WI 54401.
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.
Feast of Tabernacles
The "Olive Branches" web site (www.olivebranches.net) is collecting information for its "Year 2001 Feast of Tabernacles" site listing page. E-mail your information to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or mail to: Olive Branches, PO Box 1293, Fairview, TN 37062.
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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: email@example.com.
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: PO Box 2525, Chatswood, NSW 2057, Australia.
Raddant, Perry, W7435 River Bend Circle, Shawano, WI 54166, bedridden from brain tumor and two strokes suffered in February.
Sexton, Leon, hospitalized in Burma with infection.
Johnson, Ken, Dallas, TX, blind, diabetes, critically ill in intensive care unit of Dallas area hospital.
England, Earnestine, 406 W. Smith St., Cleburne, TX 76031, hospitalized with high fever and bad blood count. Has suffered with lung cancer for a number of years.
Helena, mother of Radek Dobias, diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years ago, cancer has spread into the spine causing paralysis below the waist. Suffers from severe pain. Please pray for healing, or merciful death.
Bruhn, Jeff, Gilmer, TX, recovering from injuries to his foot and leg due to a motorcycle accident.
Cabrerra, Rita, niece of Sue Caughfield, thyroid cancer.
Chumbley, Janice, sister of Sue Caughfield, heart problems.
Fenchel, Lisa, 1175 McKinley Court, Batavia, OH 45103, recently diagnosed with lymphoma in her neck.
Harper, Rocky, son of Sue Caughfield, chronic hepatitis C. Liver damage.
Honess, Richard, 70, 416 Paloma Blanca Dr., Chaparral, NM 88021-7953, suffering from congestive heart failure, anemia, kidney problems, heart artery repair; all complicated by diabetes.
Murphy, Donald (brother of Shirley), diagnosed with sleep apnea.
Murphy, David, Winnabago, IL (another brother of Shirley's), also suffers with sleep apnea.
Traylor, Jean, Sara Mitchum's sister, hospitalized with lung cancer in the Titus County Memorial Hospital in Mt. Pleasant, TX.
Weatherman, Lelia, 210 3rd St, Keene, TX 76059, in the past year her mother, brother and sister have died.
Waller, Charlene, RR 1 Box 86C, New Boston, TX 75570, lump in breast, out of control blood pressure.
Metz, Margaret, c/o Darwin and Laura Lee, PO box 2333, Bismarck, ND 58502, released from hospital, but requires dialysis 3 times per week.
Adams, June Blair 2268 Private Rd. 1165, Farmersville, TX 75442, erosion of lining of esophagus and stomach.
Archer, Jerry, Piedmont, MO, severe pain, possibly gall bladder.
Boyles, Joanne, Junction City, KS (Susan Duke's mother), cancer for the third time since 1986.
Brown, Laverne, Springfield, MO, blood in urine.
Carol, (aunt of Amy Martin, Dallas) hip joint replacement.
Crawford, Thelma, cancer.
Duke, Jerry and Susan, recently learned their 2 year old son is autistic.
Ellis, Mark, Tulsa, OK, unemployed, looking for work.
Emerson, Asa, Springfield, MA, lumps in prostate and neck shrinking.
Evans, Mike, and other English dairy farmers need prayer for prevention of hoof and mouth disease.
Gerthe, Carl and Angela, Tulsa, OK, baby born with brain stem undeveloped.
Green, Terry, 3817 Belview Rd., Leesville, LA 71446, broken tailbone, probable operation pending.
Hammond Sue, financial and health problems.
Hibbs, Dina, 37, return of breast cancer.
Hostetler, Alan, severe injuries from auto accident.
Hughes, Terri, Dallas, TX, hepatitic C.
Laurita, Robert, 105-00 Shore Front Parkway, Rockaway Beach, NY 11694, spreading stomach cancer.
Lindsey, 14, Rhine, GA, brain tumor.
Mark (4 year old nephew of Amy Martin, Dallas), kidney stones.
Mitcham, Sara, 267 CR 3516, Leesburg, TX 75451, curvature of spine.
Musgrave, Mary, Leesburg, TX 75451, eye operation recuperation.
Norman, father of Larry, 75, injured hip in fall.
Orgel, Victoria, 38, of 217 Waugaman Rd., Harrison City, PA 15636, chronic back problems, almost bed-ridden.
Perini, Mary, Multiple Sclerosis.
Prestbroten, Jean, c/o Darwin and Laura Lee, PO Box 2333, Bismarck, ND 58502, complete healing of eyes.
Rogers, James Kenneth, two cancerous lesions in brain.
Spradling, Jack and Patti, PO Box 394, Westfield, WI 53964, Jack, terminal pancreatic cancer; Patti, scoliosis of the spine, arthritis of spine, and herniated disc.
St. Clair, Jesslyn, Porterville, CA, blood clot in brain, stroke.
Suddeth, Diane, undergoing chemotherapy.
Thompson, Dean, 7th grader, Wheaton, IL, multiple face and head injuries due to sledding accident, blood clots and meningitis.
Young mother in Orlando, 35, cancer, three children under 6.
Jerry Dale Shatley, 54, died Saturday, April 14, 2001, from liver and colon cancer. He was a dedicated church member attending with the Worldwide Church of God in St. Louis, Missouri. He served as the head of the sound crew for many years. This involved being the first to arrive at church so that he could carry in and set up the sound system; it also required that he be one of the last to leave. His duties left little time for fellowship at church. He also made himself available to provide the sound system for church socials. Jerry took all of his responsibilities seriously. He worked as an electronics technician for Unitron Corporation in Fenton, Missouri. He continued to work until his illness made him too weak to continue. He was commended by his fellow employees for his willingness to share his knowledge with his coworkers. Although he never married he took an active role in caring for and mentoring two of his nieces' sons. While he was ill, but still strong enough he took them on a trip west. He also wrote some very moving poetry and songs which expressed his hope and belief in God. One song, "The Search," which had been informally taped previously, was played at his funeral. He composed, sang, and accompanied himself on the guitar. In the song, he expressed how everyone is searching for something that satisfies, but Christ only can fill that void.
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