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Allsbury Sid Mary 1976 Germany

Allsbury Sid Mary 1976 Germany

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Financial
Repo
or
February
1976
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Income
SHS
 
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from
Jan
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Expenditures
Si
147.89
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Bal.Mar1,
1976
S147.89
SI
47.89Watchfor
the
three
monthreportwhich
willcomeoutinApril.
letting
...
throughPiefores
Sid
and
Mary
Allsbury
 ll
Farmer
i::;:
Our
group
one
Sunday
l st
summer.
Severalare
gone
who
are
pictured
and
several
new
people
are
now
with
us
Getting
the
church
paper
out.
L.
to
R.
Leanna
Ragland,
Mary
 hid
den ,
MarsliaWhite,
Sid,
Larry
White,
and
FredRagland.
John
Allsbury:
 What s
thatbright
light
in
the
sky?
Our
living
room
on
Sunday
afternoon
 s
often
like
this.
Larry
White
(center
in
white
slacks
visiting
with
Italian
Christians,
Guy
Mayfield
 standing
visiting
with
Bob
Oliver
(right).
 
 Rig
group
picture
of
the
Mid-Winter
Rally
Most
of
ttie
115
people
who
attended
at
the
RiisselsheimYouth
Hostel.
The
Frankfurt
Christian
Church
was
host
to
this
Rally.
Tom
Leedom
baptizing
a
soldier
(Steve
Vargas)
at
the
 75Lugano
camp
The
first
Berchtesgaden
Retreatof
Christian
Churches
and
Churches
of
Christ
was
held
in
October
*75.
Primarly
a
military
retreat
this
weekend
conference
had
130
registrants.
i
1
At
the
Berchtesgaden
Retreat.
Adults
in
a
sessionofsinging
special
music
and
preaching.
 
take
pleasure
in
greeting
youby
way
of
these
pictures.
As
you
can
see
the
work
called;
 Project;
Germany
involves
more
thanthe
local
con-
gregation
near
Frankfurt.
Sid
and
Mary
Allsburyconsider
their
gation
to
be
spread
all
aboutEurope.
The
Allsburysare
sponsored
by
the
Christian
Church,
Carterville
Missouri
6^835.
Any
questions
you
havecanbe
directed
tothe
elders
there
and
offerings
to
the
same
address
should
be
marked
 Project;
Germany .
Our
address
in
Germany
is
below.
CARTERVILLE
CHRISTIAN
CtlURCH
P.
0.
Box67
Carterville
MO
64835
Project:
Germany
Sid
and
Mary
Allsbury
Bahnweg
12
6370
Oberursel
6
Germany
/
Bo t?7
Assoc
Kempton,
ind.
 6o 9
congre
Non-Profit
Organization
U.
S.
PostagePaid
Carterville
MO
64835
Permit
No.
1
 
SID
AND
MARY
ALLSBURY
FRANKFURl
GERMANY
err.
31976
JULY
NEWSLETTER
1976
Dear
Friends
I m
sitting
here
before
our
big
blue
and
red
tent
in
Lug
ano
Switzerland.
A
few
clouds
are
making
it
past-
theridgeof
high
mountains
to
the
north.
This
high
range
forms
the
dividing-
line
between
this
climate
and
the
more
rainy
one
to
the
north.
Gu^__Mayfield
was
so
right
when
he
selected
the
Lugano
areaforthe
first
Lugano
Camp
in
19 6 4
The
natural
beauty
good
climate
and
rec-reationa l
possibilities
make
this
an
inviting
place
for
families
to
spend
their
vacation.
We
try
to
take
advan-
tage
ofthephysical
to
proclaim
the
spiritual.
GERMANCAMP
My
memory
serves
me
best
back
about
two
weeks.
July
11th
we
took
the
family
and
Frau
Robert
to
the
camp
in
the
Black
Forest-.
I
 call
it
the
German
Camp
because
the
Phillips
family
started
it
primarilyfor
German
children.
This
year
there
were
as
many
American
children
in
the
group
as
German.
After
getting
set
up
on
Sunday
we
had
classes
on
Monday.
I
helpedwith
the
bi-lingual
song
services
and
taught
a
Jr.
Hi.
Class
in
English.
Noon
meal
Monday
was
sausages
with
french
fries
It
was
dur
ing
this
meal
that
the
black
clouds
startedrollingin.

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