Corona Virus Pandemic
Election: 14 days
Richard and Nelda Mikolajczyk at Birch's Adult Home
Dave Denney--Complications from medicine; Three Rivers Rehab
Jerry Bingaman (Jeremy's dad...Cancer of the Liver and Pancreas)
Larry Wallman--Prostate cancer...Radiation treatments (32)
Chuck Nightingale-- Ear implant hopefully within 6 weeks
Sam Collins-- Stroke; Worried about hip (Coldwater Laurels)
Friend of Steve Ruby-- Shanelle is in remission
Marge Mowry--Birch Meadows in Three Rivers
Ron Sexton--Throat difficulty (Ann Arbor)
NEXT SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25th
WE WILL MEET INSIDE THE CHURCH 10:00 AM
COFFEE TIME at 9:30 AM
Sunday School at 11:30 AM
Sunday Evening at 6:00 PM
RADIO WILL BE AVAILABLE IF YOU'RE NOT READY TO COME IN...
Tuesday, October 20th--Happy Anniversary Dave and Jan McKeith; School is back to 100%; Keep praying for the Hakes and Stanton families due to recent funerals; Kids had a great time at the PUMPKIN CORN MAZE on Saturday...I still don't know what pumpkin corn is...37 kids showed up at Camp Elvin from the Mendon prayer breakfast group...awesome.
Monday, October 12th--It was another good day in God's House...special thanks to all youth workers; children's church workers; Sunday school teachers; music people...everyone who helps with the ministry of Factoryville Bible Church. Please continue to pray diligently for Dave Denny...also Larry Wallman as he continues his radiation treatments; Spoke with Richard and Nelda Mikolajczyk...looks like there's a possibility to be in Birchs Adult Care on Thursday...pray for this huge adjustment.
Thursday, October 8th--Pete continues to recover from surgery; Dave Denney is moving to Three Rivers Rehab recovering slowly. Julie Bruce's dad, Paul Nystrom is recovering well from hip surgery; Larry Wallman began radiation treatments yesterday. We are back at school...
Wednesday, September 30th--Pete Griffin's surgery went well today...he is headed home. Prayer Meeting tonight...please join us. Pat Williams, Ilene's brother, was taken to the hospital...he possibly has pneumonia or a blood clot in his lungs. My son, Bryan's wife, Amy, has tested positive for Covid and is very sick.
Tuesday, September 29th--Happy Birthday to Dan Applegate and Barry Mowry ; Happy Anniversary to Dick and Diane Denney and Jim and Sharon Jones...fairly quiet day...five weeks till the election...don't stop praying. Pete Griffin has outpatient surgery tomorrow.
Monday, September 28th--Strange day...we have a teacher who tested positive for Covid...NOT SOMEONE FROM OUR CHURCH...but school has ben cancelled for the week and Kindergarten for two weeks. Our granddaughter Ava had x rays today after a fall on Saturday...her wrist is broken; a bucker fracture...
Sunday, September 27th-- Great services on Sunday...Love to hear Dave and Paul play their instruments together. Please keep Larry Wallman; Dave Denney and Jerry Bingaman in your prayers.
Saturday, September 26th--Sounds like the Prayer March 2020 went very well...estimates at 50,000.
Tuesday, September 22nd--HAPPY BIRTHDAY RANDALL School continues to go well....we have runny noses and sinus problems...but nothing more serious. Sunday services went well...it was good to see Larry and Joyce George and Larry's mom on Sunday night. Challenge to witness in the open and shout it from the housetops. WINGLES tomorrow at 4:30 PM
Friday, September 18th--HAPPY BIRTHDAY Fran VanBruggen and Cody Burdick...Two weeks in the books for school....we are so thankful for what God has allowed so far. Pass it Forward shop is open today and tomorrow...later I need to be at a rehearsal for the wedding of Austin Charleston and Nicole Inman...Played tennis yesterday with Jim Jones; Randall and Randall's dad...conclusion? Old men shouldn't play tennis!
Thursday, September 17th--Happy Birthday...Bob Bruce and Pat Disbrow...Pray for Sandy's doctor appointment today; Anita gets her test results next Wednesday. Wednesday night service went well...Daniel 2...Nebuchadnezzar's Dream....Janet Belson was told that her tests came back negative...no chemo or radiation necessary...YEAH... Pray for our NATION at
7:14 AM and 7:14 PM
Monday, September 14th--Happy Birthday Gryphon and Joel...Sunday was another good day...services were well attended...Evening service was a memorial service for David Nightingale...mostly video of the original...it was a fitting tribute to a life well-spent. I especially liked the thought that Dave is alive, he's just not here. Week two of school...KEEP PRAYING
Friday, September 11th--Happy Birthday Jody Fredenburg....Hard to believe 19 years have passed since the Twin Towers...finished our first school week without incident...Please Keep praying!
Thursday, September 10th--Happy Birthday Lorraine Stuart and Happy Anniversary Ron and Diane Denney...School continues to go well...Pray as Janet Belson was to get the results of her tests today.
Wednesday, September 9th--Happy Birthday FRANK and Shawn Lambert. School has been amazing...second day back...everyone is excited...still trying to get settled. Church tonight (Daniel 2)...Dave Denney is home but weak; Sandy Nelson is continuing to have some knee and hip trouble
Monday, September 7th--Shooting across the soccer field...14 people showed up for golf at the St Joe Valley Country Club...weather was marvelous...the golf OK...we all had fun...
Sunday, September 6th--What a great day...the weather was a little chilly to start...but got better as the day went along...Dinner at the camp; soccer; board games; volleyball; BINGO; Singspiration and Gryphon Barrett's baptism...the night was topped off with Smores and Hot Dogs...Happy Birthday Richard Rupp...
Wednesday, September 2nd--Happy Anniversary Joe and Maribeth; Happy Birthday Bret. Teacher Training is going well...teachers are excited about school and can't wait to get started...we have a great staff this year...and we're looking forward to an awesome year. Two of our church doors were repaired today...Randall is relieved. Janet Belson's surgery went well...she may possibly come home today...pray for test results that are yet to come. Keep David Denney in your prayers along with the Risner family.
Tuesday, September 1st--Happy Birthday Andrew Hodges
Monday, August 31st--HAPPY BIRTHDAY CIERRA; Great Sunday yesterday with Final Harvest and Baby Dedication of Elijah Rhett Richmond...we finished the book of Zechariah....please continue to pray for David Denney...might be home today. Pray for Janet Belson with her surgery tomorrow. Pray for the family of Shannon Risner...she was killed in a car accident last night...she is the biological mom for one of our students.
Saturday, August 29th--Dave Denney 's foot surgery went well...they believe they can save the foot. It's Dave's BIRTHDAY today...the hospital is an awesome place for the celebration. I attended a birthday party for Elijah Rhett Richmond (age 1)... food was amazing. Jeremy Bingaman's dad has decided to try chemo for his cancer...pray for the side effects. Denny Foster's eyes have improved.
Friday, August 28th--Dave Denney is scheduled to have his foot worked on today...pray for healing and minimal infection. There is a new floor in the Kindergarten room...it looks amazing.
Thursday, August 27th--Attended the graveside service for David Nightingale...It's still very sad, but there was no doubt that he lived his life in service to the Lord. Dave Denney had one stint put in, another was too damaged to repair. Happy Birthday Rebekah Mowry and John Bennett.
Wednesday, August 26th--Visited with Dave Denny at the hospital in Kalamazoo. It was my first time in a hospital since February. Pray for David's heart and foot....Prayer meeting was lightly attended...finished our lessons on the Kings of Judah
Tuesday, August 25th--Ron Collins fell last night...six staples in his head, but seems ok
Monday, August 24th--Great services yesterday AM and PM...wonderful special music from Elizabeth and Paul...Keep praying for our school...Another new Kindergartner today. Pray for Dave Denney...taken to the hospital exhausted, no strength, possible heart difficulty.
Friday, August 21st--HAPPY BIRTHDAY Christia and Claire....lots of people dropping in at the church for visits. Please look at the opening home page for information regarding David Nightingale's memorial service and graveside.
Thursday, August 20th--HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Jim and Kelly Schwartz...try to slow down enough to enjoy your day. Another family checking out the school....Ladies getting ready for PASS IT FORWARD.
Wednesday, August 19th--Larry Wallman had a radiology appointment today...HAPPY BIRTHDAY Larry...Showed a family around the school today...still getting a number of inquiries.
Tuesday, August 18th-- No word yet on arrangements for David Nightingale's funeral. Interviewed a family for possible school attendance...Bridal Shower tonight for Nicole Inman.
Monday, August 17th--HAPPY BIRTHDAY Rita Johnson...Happy Anniversary Denny and Alice Cross
GOALS OF #BLACKLIVESMATTER
1. Seeks to dismantle the Biblical definition of family....their own words, "we are committed to disrupting the Western prescribed nuclear family (one man + one woman)
2. Champions the celebration of homosexuality...their own words again "queer affirming".
3. Touts gender confusion as normal and seeks to make heroes of those who are mentally confused...their own words "we are committed to embracing and making space for trans brothers and sisters."
INFORMATION comes from Decision Magazine (July-August 2020)
The concept of black lives matter is undeniable...but the organization Black Lives Matter is evil...Be careful what you embrace.
Tuesday, October 20th--Proverbs 15:28
"The heart of the righteous studieth to answer..." Think before you speak...think wisely before you speak...again James tells us to be swift to hear; SLOW TO SPEAK and slow to wrath. Because words are so powerful, we must every time consider the effect it will have on the hearers...A righteous man wants his words to please God and lead men to follow Christ. If we speak without thought, we are often careless and harmful without intending to be...we jump to a conclusion without waiting for all the knowledge to be considered. Our words should be deliberately orchestrated to give the right opinion of God. The foolish and the wicked seem to have no filter as their mouths "pour out" harmful words that injure men's lives and displease God.
Tuesday, October 13th -- Proverbs 15:27
"He that is greedy of gain troubleth his own house." To some the most important thing is gaining money or earthly wealth...there is nothing wrong with working hard and earning a good wage. The problem comes when money is the most important thing and it doesn't matter what a person has to do to get it. Greed and covetousness are two things that get men off the right path. People who compromise their character or moral beliefs just to attain more money, are headed for trouble. The excuse is often "I need to provide for my family", when in reality they are creating trouble for their own house. The person who hates bribery and payoffs and doesn't fall prey to the attitude of getting rich at all costs, is the man who will really enjoy his life.
Monday, October 12th-- Proverbs 15:26
"The thoughts of the wicked are an abomination to the Lord"...It makes you wonder, how bad are those thoughts? I am fairly convinced that 90% of the sins I commit are with my mouth and my thoughts. Nothing within our heart or mind is hidden from God. The good part is that like Peter we can say, "thou knowest all things, you know that I love you". The bad part is that attitudes and thoughts that we may be able to hide from people, cannot escape God's awareness. It is possible however that our words and thoughts can also be pleasing in God's sight. "Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in thy sight Oh Lord my strength and my redeemer" (Psalm 19:14)
Thursday, October 8th--Proverbs 15:24
"The way of life is above to the wise..." This world is not my home! We need to be reminded that if you know the Lord Jesus Christ as your Savior, your citizenship is in Heaven. We get bogged down with earthly pursuits. It has been suggested that some people are so "heavenly minded that they are no earthly good". Frankly, I have never met that person...but I have met a lot of people that are so "earthly minded that they are no heavenly good." The wise man lives his/her entire life for the moment that he/she will stand face to face with God. Every single day should be lived to please our Heavenly Father, and with eternity's values in view.
Thursday, October 1st--Proverbs 15:23
"A man hath joy by the answer of his mouth...a word fitly spoken, how good is it!" Another of many verses and proverbs dealing with our words, mouth, tongue and speech. This verse implies that not only can we give others encouragement and joy by what proceeds from our lips, we can also give ourselves joy as well. "It is more blessed to give than to receive"; Possibly this applies to our words as well as our deeds. When we seek to build others up and encourage them; when we seek to create peace instead of conflict; and when we find that our words are being used by God to accomplish those objectives; great satisfaction and personal joy is received. Our words not only have the power to affect others lives; our words affect our own lives as well.
Wednesday, September 30th--Proverbs 15:22
"Without counsel purposes are disappointed; but in the multitude of counsellors they are established"...Every believer, no matter how spiritual you think you are, needs 4 to 5 godly men and women, that they admire spiritually, to provide counsel and advice. When you have a problem or a questionable activity, you need to be able to ask your small group of advisors what they think...I believe the #1 way God speaks to us is through His Word. The #2 way God speaks to us is through His people...when the Bible is not specific about a practice or activity...God uses wise, spiritual counsellors to keep us on the right track. These 4 or 5 should not be just friends or acquaintances, they should be the 4 or 5 most godly people you know. If we move forward with just our own wisdom, we will make some wrong choices and be disappointed. You may ask why I did not list the Holy Spirit as the #2 way God speaks to us...sometimes its hard to distinguish between the Holy Spirit's prodding and the wishes of our own heart.
Tuesday, September 29th--Proverbs 15:21
"Folly is joy to him that is destitute of wisdom..." The fool makes choices and sometimes ignorantly asks "what's wrong with that" or shares, "I don't see anything wrong with that!"
All that matters is am I having fun right now? Does this give me pleasure at this very moment? Because they are unaware, or have not thought through the consequences of their actions or behavior...they find immediate joy or pleasure in their acts. The problem is that the Devil always sends a bill for the pleasure he provides. It isn't free...it will cost you. A man of understanding, thinks through the process and determines that the sin is not worth the cost...this enables him to continue to stay on the path of the upright. Ask Samson how much spending time with Delilah cost him!
Tuesday, September 22nd--Proverbs 15:20
"A wise son maketh a glad father"... There is nothing better than to know that your children know the Lord, and are trying to please Him in their daily lives. Charles Stanley once said, "the greatest form of child abuse is to bring a child into the world and not introduce them to Jesus". I cannot agree more. A godly mom and dad increases the odds that the children will respond positively to God and His Word. It is not an absolute guarantee, because each child has to decide for themselves concerning their relationship with the Lord. But when a child chooses to follow the Lord...it creates immense joy in the hearts of mom and dad. A man who has heard the truth and lives as though he couldn't care less about spiritual things is a FOOL. He knows better, he just thinks that his way is best.
Monday, September 21st--Proverbs 15:19
"The way of the slothful man is as a hedge of thorns..." In the same way that an angry man's life is filled with strife, a lazy, slothful man's life is filled with thorns. A hedge of thorns is difficult to overcome or hurdle. It discourages the traveler to even attempt to pass in that particular direction. It's possible that the thorns are there because of the lack of effort put forth to remove this problem obstacle. If nothing is done to clean up ones life...the hedge of sin will continue to grow and seem overwhelming. It will stop you from progressing along a godly path. We need not be lazy when it comes to our spiritual lives. A righteous man will keep his path clear...he will have frequent, immediate communication with God to rid his life of thorns when they first crop up. Keep short accounts with God and the sins of life won't have a chance to build themselves into an impassible wall.
Friday, September 18th--Proverbs 15:18
"A wrathful man stirreth up strife:" A man whose heart is FULL of WRATH...finds issues, conflicts and problems wherever he goes. Every day of his life is filled with strife. The world is full of angry people. They have lost a heart of thankfulness and replaced it with bitterness, selfishness and confrontation. They feel cheated or mistreated by life in general. So they lash back quickly at others...they have a short fuse, and are always in the middle of some conflict. The man who can control his anger, and process the situation around him...will be able to minimize his conflict with others. One man goes looking for a fight, the other goes looking for a peaceful settlement. By being, "swift to hear, slow to speak and slow to wrath", strife and conflict can be averted.
Thursday, September 17th--Proverbs 15:16-17
What is better? "Better is little with the fear of the Lord..." Again, the fear of the Lord involves OBEDIENCE to His Word and wishes. Obedience to God is of greater value that living for oneself and amassing great treasures. Living in disobedience to God will bring you nothing but trouble...no matter how much you may accumulate. "Better is a dinner of herbs where love is..." Experiencing true love for God and others and from God and others...fills and satisfies the soul. A person who harbors hatred, no matter how ealthy, can only satisfy his stomach. Better...FAR BETTER...it is to live in Obedience and experience and enjoy the love of God.
Monday, September 14th--Proverbs 15:13,15
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance"....Attitude is so important in life. Do you have an attitude of thankfulness or a complaining spirit? It makes all the difference in the world. A merry heart is observed though the words and behavior of each person. Someone who has a merry heart is continually looking at the bright side of things and sees nothing but blessings and daily feasts on God's goodness and grace. One who only dwells upon the negative, loses heart and his life is filled with sorrow. He struggles though most days seeing only the problems and trouble. Allow your mind and heart to dwell on all the marvelous gifts of our God to us...it should change your countenance.
Saturday, September 12th--Proverbs 15:12
A scorner (one who knows whats right but refuses to do right) does not like to hear correction and he certainly won't go looking for advice. He thinks he knows best...He wants to be his own authority and conscience. A scorner refuses to acknowledge God or His Word as an authority over him. He is his own boss...he will do whatever he wants without thought of whether it pleases God. Sometimes he will go out of his way to mock those that are doing right...he will actively try to persuade others to turn their backs on God. His motto is don't tell me what to do! He is hard to win over to the Lord because his neck is stiff and his heart is hard.
Thursday, September 10th--Proverbs 15:10
"Correction is grievous unto him that forsaketh the way..." No one wants to hear that they are wrong. What is worse, is that when someone knows they are wrong, and they are feeling guilty...they don't want to be around anyone or any place that will remind them of their sin. People who know that they are living a life and making choices contrary to God's Word will avoid their Christian friends...they will stop going to church. Even if the messages don't hit them directly...the guilt from the Holy Spirit is powerful. So to avoid feeling miserable and because there is no desire to correct the error or the lifestyle...they stay away from former Christian friends and God's house. In reality, the thing they need most is the thing they AVOID...I have had close friends who completely disappear from my life simply because every time they see me (a pastor)...they are reminded of the activity that they should not be involved in.
Wednesday, September 9th--Proverbs 15:8-9
"The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord; The way of the wicked is an abomination unto the Lord". Any activity of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord. "Abomination"...detestable in God's sight; Seems worse than hate; Something God cannot stand. When the wicked are pretending to worship; pretending to care; pretending to do right...God knows their heart. "To obey is better than sacrifice"... Just do what's right and you won't have to ask for forgiveness. The "way" or the path is every step we take in this life...every step of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord. But God delights in the prayer of the upright man who seeks God with a sincere heart. God loves those who follow (practice) obedience and seek to do what is right in God's sight (righteousness). One is a servant to God, the other is a servant to SELF.
Monday, September 7th--Proverbs 15:6
"In the house of the righteous is much treasure..." Are we talking about earthly treasures? Throughout the book of Proverbs, Solomon, the richest man on earth at the time, says that God's wisdom is of greater value than pearls, fine jewelry, gold, silver or any type of precious stone. My parents raised us with modest means...we weren't poor, but we were not even close to rich. When my mom passes away, there will be no inheritance of money or property. However, she gave me the treasure of introducing me to Jesus and His Word. That priceless inheritance, has led me to marry a godly woman, raise three children who love the Lord, and now there are ten grandchildren, all who are being introduced to this valuable treasure. I wouldn't trade it for all the treasures of this world. Choosing to leave God out of your life and home, results in nothing but trouble. How many troubles and heartbreaks have been avoided because of the treasure my mom shared with me?
Wednesday, September 2nd--Proverbs 15:5
"A fool despiseth his father's instruction: but he that regardeth reproof is prudent". I am well into my 60's, but I am still keenly aware of the instructions that came from the lips of my father. My dad was not a believer until I was abut 14...but he daily filled my ears and head with godly principles involving a work ethic, dealing with other people and life in general. A lot of who I am today, has to deal with listening to my father's instruction. To despise instruction or reproof means that "I couldn't care less". That attitude not only leads to foolish behavior, it will eventually be enough to label you as a FOOL. No one likes to be corrected (reproof)...but the wise man becomes even wiser still if he heeds wise, loving correction.
1st--Darlene Denney; Dallas Bingaman
3rd--Robert Riggs Jr.; Bob and Julie Bruce (A)
4th--Mark Sexton; Jim Burke
5th--Cienna Nightingale; Richard Mikolajczyk
6th--Caleb Kennett; Alvin and Pat Disbrow (A)
7th--Dina Swain; Bill and Janet Avery (A)
11th--Maxine Hawkins; Mark and Elizabeth Sexton (A)
20th--Dave and Jan McKeith (A)
28th--Tracy Riggs; Jeremy Bingaman; Alvin Disbrow; Ron Denney
2nd--Bret VanBruggen; Joe and Maribeth Kleinhans (A)
9th--Frank Simington; Shawn Lambert
10th--Lorraine Stuart; Ron and Diane Denney (A)
12th--Shawn and Kim Lambert (A)
14th--Gryphon Barrett; Joel Schwartz
16th--Jerry and Dawn Dodgson (A)
17th--Pat Disbrow; Bob Bruce
18th--Fran VanBruggen; Cody Burdick
27th--Jody and Tammy Fredenburg (A)
29th--Barry Mowry; Dan Applegate; Dick and Diane Denney (A);
Jim and Sharon Jones (A)
1st--Pastor and Brenda Goebert (A)
3rd--Ray Gentz; Ted Adams
9th--Tom Burke; Zach Hawkins
11th--Matt and Ruth Barrett (A); Chris and Renee Nightingale (A)
13th--Kaleigh Hochstetler; Paul and Lori Richmond (A)
17th--Rita Johnson; Denny and Alice Cross (A)
20th--Jim and Kelly Schwartz (A)
21st--Claire Hodges; Christia VanBruggen
25th--Natalie Belson; Joe Hughes
27th--Rebekah Mowry; John Bennett
28th--Vallory Yoder; Matt and Mary Yoder (A)
29th--Toby and Eryn Tefft (A)
3rd--Steve and Deb Homan (A)
4th--Mary Marsh; Nate Hawkins
7th--Rosetta Copas; Jan Grandlinard
8th--Joanna Smith; Connie Adams; Rob and Tracy Riggs (A)
9th--Randall and Sara Moore (A)
11th--Ross and Anita Upston (A)
12th--Ron and Laurie Smith (A)
13th--Terry and Kevin Henckel (A)
18th--David and Rebekah Mowry (A)
21st--Lyle Barrett; David Hall
30th--Geraldine Wolf; Lloyd Miller
31st--Alexis Hurst; Amilia Mowry
2nd-- Maeve Bennett
3rd-- Diane Denney; Kyle Croy
5th-- Connie Jackson
6th-- Dave McKeith
7th-- Jonny and Carissa Hawkins (A)
8th-- Dan Reeves
12th-- Rob Belson
13th-- Sue Miller
14th-- Pamela Mowry
15th-- Jeremy and Melanie Bingaman (A)
16th-- Lidiane Mowry; Yance Sexton; Dan and Jean Inman (A)
18th-- Cecil Aurand
19th-- Jeffrey Applegate; Ray and Cindy Gentz (A)
20th-- Paul and Jan Grandlinard (A)
21st-- Jean Inman; Carissa Hawkins
22nd-- Kim Bennett
25th-- Gary and Ann Henckel (A)
26th-- Herb and Carol Doster (A); Frank and Patsy Simington (A)
1st-- Gary Iobe; Elmer and Gerry Wolf (A)
3rd-- Donna Hoffman
4th-- Helen Harvey; Melanie Bingaman; John and Julie Cornett (A)
6th-- David Mowry; Kari Yoder; David and Pat Kaniewski (A)
9th-- Maxine Irving; Eric and Angie Davenport (A)
10th-- Elizabeth Sexton
12th-- Jim Swain
14th-- Dorothy Saxmon
15th-- Lloyd and Sue Miller (A)
19th-- Barry and Mary Mowry (A)
20th-- Taylor Williamson; Jim Jones
22nd-- Veronica Reeves; Bea Loker
23rd-- Richard and Nelda Mikolajczyk (A)
24th-- Dale Marie Brubaker
25th-- Ian Smith; Gary and Deanna Hakes (A)
27th-- Gabe Mowry
28th-- Eryn Tefft; Dawn Dodgson; Christine Dietz; Cecil and Bonita Aurand (A); Mark and Kaleigh Hochstetler (A)
30th-- Rebekah Yoder
2nd-- Jessica Denney and Chuck Nightingale
4th-- April Sexton and Deanna Hakes
5th-- Pat Kaniewski
6th--Nancy Griffin; Ted and Connie Adams (A); Carl and Laura Kennett (A)
11th-- Rose Hughes and Gary Hakes
12th-- Drake Williams, Denny Foster and Chris Nightingale
13th-- Sandy Nelson
17th-- Ray Copas
18th-- Jonny Hawkins
19th-- David and Verna Hall (A)
23rd-- Alice Hostetler
28th-- Porter Sexton
29th-- Lorraine Kincaid