Orville Clark

Orville Clark was a poet and member of the Church of the Nazarene from Hendersonville, Tennessee.

Information compiled from https://obits.tennessean.com/obituaries/tennessean/obituary.aspx?n=orvil...

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - May 1, 1988

Rob L. Staples
Keith Smith
Pauline Dunn
John W. May
Elinor Bjornstad
Robert D. Hambrick
Jerry McCant
Dan Boone
G. Roger Schoenhals
Wayne M. Warner
Orville Clark
Charsten Christensen
Eugene L. Stowe
Dorothy Tarrant
Nina Beegle
Ernie Gray
A causasian man sits on the floor holding his son, while a woman sits on the couch behind and a older girl tickles the boy's chi
Nazarene Family Week May 1-8/ Church of the Nazarene

4 My Mother's Unusual Monument, Rob L. Staples
5 Mother Held Us True, Keith Smith
6 Grandma Prayed, Pauline Dunn
7 What Next?, John W. May
8 Little Things Do Count, Elinor Bjornstad
11 The Genesis of Tobacco, Robert D. Hambrick
12 Mom Is Here!, Jerry McCant
13 The Kingdom of God and the Local Church Mission Society, Dan Boone
14 Peter's Brother, G. Roger Schoenhals
15 Make God's Glory Your Goal, Wayne M. Warner

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Herald of Holiness - May 9, 1973

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Charles Strickland
Charlene Daley
Kathryn Blackburn Peck
Dallas T. Hudspeth
Fred Wenger
Glen Lewis Van Dyne
Orville Clark
Ross Hayslip
C. Neil Strait
James T. Christy
Ted E. Martin
James D. Hamilton
C. William Fisher
Kenneth L. Dodge
Morris Chalfant
Aarlie J. Hull
Ron Greeno
The Koker family gathered around the Bible and an article by G.B. Williamson
The Honored Guest in Our Home by G.B. Williamson

02 Queen of the Home by General Superintendent Strickland

03 Occupation: Mother by Charlene Daley

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