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Wednesday, April 24, 2002

Happy Birthday to Debra Hinojos
Happy Birthday to Justin Luck Workman
Happy Anniversary to Cheyenne and Amanda Natividad

Carrillos' children celebrate birthdays

Clara and Jose Andres M. Carrillo celebrated their birthday recently with a party held in their honor at Maxey Park.

Clara turns seven years old on April 25 and Jose Andres was five years old on April 11.

Theme for the special event was "Monsters and Inc."

Jose Andres' favorite gift was a ring and Clara's was a bike.

They are the children of Alfredo and Dolores Carrillo of Pecos.

Maternal grandparents are Oscar and Elvira Mendoza of Pecos.

Paternal grandparents are Francisco and Ninfa Carrillo of Pecos.

Phillips speaks at ladies luncheon in Pecos

Oleta Phillips of College Station was the featured speaker at a Ladies Luncheon, held recently for ladies of the 4th and Bois D'Arc Church of Christ and their guests, in the home of Louise Taylor of Pecos. Mary Taylor, Debbie Taylor and Melissa Box were among those assisting as hostesses.

Mrs. Phillips used a projector and visual aids to make suggestions and analogies as to how to approach people as one strives to be a servant of the Lord. As she spoke she incorporated Bible scriptures along with her own experiences into her speech. Following an interesting and informative presentation Rayann Box and Autumn Harris passed out pamphlets Mrs. Phillips had prepared for those in attendance. The first was entitled, "Our Thinking verses God's Promises," and presented the analogy of a person's doubts and short comings as a human being verses the Promises of God, giving support scriptures. The second hand-out was entitled "ACTS taken from The Power of Positive Mom" by Karol Ladd, Howard Publishing Co.

ACTS concerns a person's prayer life with "A" standing for Adoration, "C" representing Confession, "T" standing for Thanksgiving, and "S" representing Supplication.

There was forty in attendance for the luncheon.

The Phillips' have been in Pecos on numerous occasions for him to conduct Gospel meetings at the Church of Christ, 4th and Bois D'Arc Streets. She has also spoken previously for ladies luncheons in Pecos.

OC vocal ensemble features concert

The Odessa College Vocal Ensemble presents "A Little Bit of Country," at 8 p.m., Friday, April 26, in OC's Deaderick Auditorium.

The concert features old and new country music in song and dance, with conductor Randy Talley.

Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors. All students and Odessa College employees admitted free.

For more information, contact Randy Talley, OC choral director, at 335-6631.

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