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Van Horn Advocate


Thursday, Sept. 11, 1997


Arredondo, Garibay plan
September church wedding

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Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Arredondo, of Pecos, announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their daughter, Hilda to Tony Garibay.

Garibay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Garibay, Jr. of El Paso.

The future groom is a graduate of El Paso High School and University of
Texas at El Paso with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice.

The bride to be is a graduate of Pecos High School and Angelo State
University with a bachelor of science in education degree. She has
taught with Pecos-Barstow-Toyah I.S.D.

The couple plan to wed Sept. 27 at Holy Angels Catholic Church in San Angelo.

Iglesia Bautista schedules

annual worship festival

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Primera Iglesia Bautista, Eighth and Sycamore Streets, will be holding
its 10th Annual Festival of Worship Saturday, Sept. 13. The special
celebration will begin at 9 a.m. and continue through 3 p.m.

"Salvation - Can YOu Lose It?," has been set as the overall theme for
the festival. Decorations at the altar will include "an old-rugged
cross," to remind us of God's gift of salvation. Several "heavenly"
clouds in the sky will set the stage scene for the drama presentation of
"When God Created Mothers."

Returning as guest speaker this year will be the Rev. Elias Benitez of
El Paso. The Rev. Sergio Alvarado of Midland will direct the
congregation singing, as well as provide special music.

The Rev. Benitez has served as pastor of Iglesia Bautista Hispana in El
Paso for almost 30 years. This will be the fourth year that Benitez has
been invited back as speaker. Benitez has a unique way of expressing
God's Word through his bold preaching. He reaches people of all ages
with his method of speaking.

Rev. Alvarado has pastored Iglesia Buatista Antioquia in Midland for
almost three years, and also has a "motivational" music ministry. He
served as the pastor of Primera in Pecos from 1992 through 1994. He will
sing and play the keyboards at this year's festival.

Along with the sermon, singing, drama, scripture reading and poems, a
noon meal will be served.

"Come and have a good time in the Lord - you'll be glad you did. The
festival promises to be a blessing to all who attend," says Rev. Paul
Garcia, the local pastor.

People of all denominations are invited to attend. The festival is free
to all.

Pecos Enterprise
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