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The good Reverend E.W. Campbell

on Mon 03 Jul 2017, 12:01 pm
E.W. Campbell (aka Campble)
Pastor, Preacher, Minister, Reverend, Doctor, Teacher, take your pick;



1957 Cody Wyoming
Rev, E. W. Campbell Anthem--"To Thee the Lord of All" - - - - Cody High School Choir f Benediction ------------- - Rev. Gilfred C. Newhouse Recessional--"Holy, Holy, Holy" - ------- Jeanne Mercer I' Rev. Campbell delivers the Baccalaureate Sermon
http://www.e-yearbook.com/yearbooks/Cody_High_School_Bronco_Yearbook/1957/Page_116.html

June 2 1961 Billings Montana
The invocation was given by the Rev. Ernest Williams and the benediction by the Rev. E. W.! Campbell. Salutatorian was James Christenson, with Daniel Spangler delivering the valedie- j tory address.
https://newspaperarchive.com/billings-gazette-jun-02-1961-p-27/

Grand Prairie, Texas, Tuesday, June 20, 1961
Bros, and Mrs.Gene Medaris of the Arcadia Park Baptist Church will leave Thursday for Cody Wyoming to engage in Bible School work with Bro. E. W. Campbell, pastor of the Highland Baptist Church in that city.
https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/15198607/


Oak View (pets ISeiv Minister From Wyoming,Cody, named View Baptist Church in Cody, been for the past He has served executive board of Baptist General and has been vice and chairman of of the Old Faitheful for the past three Campbell, hi:gima and two ci greeted by the Os congreation with . The Campell's < Georgia Ann, E. W. CAMPBELL

In 1962, Oak View called Rev. E. W. Campbell as its second pastor.
Irving Tx.
ovbc.net/about/history

August 16, 1963
The Irving Daily News Texan from Irving, Texas · Page 4

Bond Sale Set By Oak View Baptist > IMP SON 6 ale of Fidelity Plan Bonds are being issued by Oak View Baptist Church in denomations of $300 and $100, all earned interest by attar red coupons, to be payable to any Bank semi-annual! v. These bonds will mature at six-month intervals from one to 15 years. Rev. E. W. Campbell,minister of the church, states that members and other friends may obtain brochures describing this investment opportunity by calling the church office at BL3-4534. Sale of the bonds will enable the church to begin construction on a new educational building. This new unit will be in keeping with the master plans recently adopted by the church. The proposed unit will contain five nursery departments, one beginner and two junior departments, and with the present educational building, will increase the educational facilities to house 550. The present auditorium, built in 1956, will hold 550 persons.
SERMON OF THE WEEK Cure for Sin Sickness BY REV. E. W. CAMPBELL Oak \ lew Baptist Church Text: Jeremiah 8; 19-22 * * • I am sure that there are very few people that will not agree that there is something badly wrong with this old world of curs. It doesn’t take a-master mind to see that we need a real change in the way that the people of our world are living. Jeremiah saw the sin of the people of his day and was not afraid to speak out thunderingly against it.
https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/51445566/

October 25, 1963
The Irving Daily News Texan from Irving, Texas · Page 5

Three Oak View Baptists Visit 10 Day Revival Rev. E. W. Campbell, minister of Oak View’ Baptist Church, and two laymen, John Darrell' and Ralph Roper, left last week for a ten-dav revival meeting at Baker, Montana. The church is named Lakeview Baptist and is a mission sponsored* by the Southern Baptist Convention. They will return to Irving on October 28.
https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/60907495/

Attending from the Oak View church included Mmes. Ralph Roper, Jr., E.W. Campbeil, Garth Hunt, A, L. Randle, ( mils Graham/ranees ^h-rer, j. >. Graham, and Ralph Koper, Sr.
Rev. Campbell also said that preparations were underway for a Backyard Study Course which will be held Aug. 9-14 for the entire church. Die subject for the course will be "Baptist Heritage.”
July 24, 1964
The Irving Daily News Texan from Irving, Texas · Page 4
https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/59602191/


Texas' Church plans revival I Dr. E. W. Campbell will be evangelist for a revival beginning Monday at 7 p m. at the Pioneer Drive Baptist Church. I Dr. Campbeil is pastor of the First Baptist Church in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Hie has pastored in several states for 30 years and preached revivals in 7 slates. He has also spent 8 years in pioneer misssion work. The revival is simultaneous with other Texas Baptist churches for Good News Texas. \ DR. E. W. CAMPBELL ... ... to lead local revival services centRal chcmch of 259-263 I 710 W Airport
March 11, 1977
Irving Daily News from Irving, Texas · Page 5
https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/51414738/
(Might have his picture)
Oct 16 1960
Wednesday, Rev. E. W. Campbell, pioneer worker in the Southwest will speak to the church. He is the pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church, Cody, Wyoming.

https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/15258589/



This goes on and on till he stops showing up in Ruidoso New Mexico papers about 1982
Can't seem to find an obit for him, should be after 1982-3 in NM.


From our old site:

You'll note here http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?mode=searchResult&absPageId=333174 that a Baptist minister, "Rev Campble" attended the Police HQ with Linnie Mae and Wes --- ? It should come as no surprise they misspelled his name.


His correct name was "Dr" EW Campbell.

Dr. E. W. Campbell will be evangelist for a revival beginning Monday at 7 p m. at the Pioneer Drive Baptist Church. I Dr. Campbeil is pastor of the First Baptist Church in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Hie has pastored in several states for 30 years and preached revivals in 7 slates. He has also spent 8 years in pioneer misssion work. The revival is simultaneous with other Texas Baptist churches for Good News Texas. \ DR. E. W. CAMPBELL ... ... to lead local revival services centRal chcmch of 259-263 I 710 W Airport Freeway

http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/51414738/

 

7 Churches To Share in Mission School Seven churches of this area will take part in-a School of Missions October 16-21. They are: Arcadia Baptist, Dalian; Bowles Memorial, Dalworth; Fair-view, Inglewood; S. Grand Prairie, all of Grand Prairu- and Southside of Irving. The following will speak in these churches: Miss Ver.i Campbell, Japan; E. W Campbell, Pioneer; Pai.j Smith, State Missions; Heyward Adams, Nigeria; Mrs. Carter McGinnis, Rescih Missions; Paul Comer, Stewardship. The public is cordially in vited to hear these speaker, share their experiences con cerning their area of work.

http://www.newspapers.com/newspage/15258589/


The search did not take long. On April 15, 1962, Oak View called Rev. E. W. Campbell as pastor. He began his service on May 7, 1962, and in August of 1962 had the church incorporated as a non-profit religious organization. Becoming an incorporated entity meant that no church member could be held responsible for paying back a loan that the church owed. During 1963, plans were made for a new two-story educational unit that was completed in 1964. It was referred to as the preschool building and today houses the choir room and adult classrooms.

http://www.ovbc.net/who-we-are/our-history/


Oak View Baptist Church
1004 S. Story Road Irving

From the church history page:

Several major decisions faced this small band of church planters. First they decided that the church would be a New Testament Missionary Baptist church. Then they decided to affiliate with the Southern Baptist Convention, the Baptist General Convention of Texas, and the Dallas Baptist Association. With these affiliations, the little band became the 129th Baptist church in Dallas County. Every church needs a leader, and this one was no exception; so Reverend Holley was called as the first pastor.
http://www.ovbc.net/who-we-are/our-history/


There was a person in Dealey Plaza... whose story was a load of shit who also happened to attend the Baptist Church in Irving... his name, why he has long been held under suspicion, and the real reason his story is bullshit, will all be revealed... probably next year some time Wink You definitely should regard this as another black mark against the Randles...

http://www.semissourian.com/story/1945507.html

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Re: The good Reverend E.W. Campbell

on Tue 04 Jul 2017, 11:18 am
I was hoping you'd post those Bart

That shows the Missouri Dr. is not our Reverend,
There is a Jr that got his degree in '64 in Maryland ,
so they must be Sr and Jr.

There was one in California and Minnesota Wisconsin in the 1920's
this Reverend though is too old, our guy as Bart showed in these pictures is not old,
Our guy was a Pastor since 1947 subtract 17 years to graduate high school and I'd say he was born in 1930-1929.
Our Reverend was at least 33  years old, yes?

so this is a pic of him in the paper in '77
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on Tue 04 Jul 2017, 1:12 pm
We placed Michael Ralph Paine in the County Car, and Ruth Paine and Marina Oswald and her two small children into our car. We drove immediately to the City Hall and parked our car in the basement of the City Hall. We brought Michael Paine, Ruth Paine, Marina Oswald and her two small children to the third floor, Homicide and Robbery Bureau Office, and then after a few minutes moved them to the Forgery Bureau Office, due to the crowded condition of the Homicide Office, time approximately 6:00 PM. After getting the Paines and Mrs. Oswald settled and while waiting for an interpreter, we started trying to locate Wesley Frazier. We contacted Parkland and found that Wesley Frazier was not at Parkland Hospital. We made a check of the Irving Clinics and found out via phone that Wesley was at the Irving Professional Center visiting his father. Det Rose called the Irving Police Department and talked to Det. Mc Cabe, who stated that he would immediately go to the Irving Professional Center and take Wesley Frazier into custody and instructed us to call him back in 15 minutes to verify the arrest. We called Det. J. A. Mc Cabe back at about 6:45 PM, and ge informed us that he had effected the arrest of Wesley Frazier, and we could pick Frazier up at the Irving Police department. We (Dets. Rose and Stovall) drove immediately to Irving, arriving there at approximately 7:00PM. We talked to Det. Mc Cabe and he agreed to accompany us along with Wesley Frazier to the Irving Professional Center to make a search of Wesley Frazier's car, a 1954 black Chevrolet, 4 dr , License VK 3926. We made a thorough search of Frazier's car with negative results, the proceeded to Frazier's home, 2439 West 5th, Irving (1/2 block from the Paine home) and made a search of the Randle home (also Frazier home) and confiscated a 303 calibre rifle, full clip, and partial box 303 calibre ammunition belonging to Wesley Frazier (placed in Property Room).After a while Wesley Frazier's


Rose-Stovall-Adamcik - Page 4
sister, Linnie Randle, came in and she, Linnie Randle, Wesley Frazier and a Rev. Campble of the Irving Baptist Church, were brought to the City Hall, Homicide and Robbery Office, where affidavits were taken from Wesley Frazier and Linnie Randle - time approximately 9:00 PM. After finishing the affidavits, we (Dets. Rose and Stovall) started back to Irving, Texas, with the above witnesses. About midway we received a radio call to return to the office with the witnesses. We turned around at Irving Boulevard and Stemmons Expressway and drove back to City Hall, and Det. Rose called Capt. Fritz by telephone and Capt. Fritz asked that we run Wesley Frazier on the Polygraph machine. We took Frazier to the ID Bureau, and Capt. Dowdy called Det. R. D. Lewis at home. R. D. Lewis arrived on the fourth floor about 12:10 AM, 11-23-63. This examination showed conclusively that Wesley Frazier was truthful, and that the facts stated by Frazier in his affidavit were true (See his Affidavit). We took Frazier, his sister, and their minister home and got off duty at 2:00 AM.

G.F. Rose
R.S. Stovall
J.P. Adamcik





Page 3 and 4 of the joint Rose Stovall Adamcik report
https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337959/m1/5/
https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337959/m1/7/

T.L. Baker report with the same misspelled name of Campble
https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth340592/m1/11/

All DPD reports have name wrong, even Bugliosi calls him Campble.

Cheers, Ed
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Re: The good Reverend E.W. Campbell

on Fri 27 Oct 2017, 9:37 am
There was a person in Dealey Plaza... whose story was a load of shit who also happened to attend the Baptist Church in Irving... his name, why he has long been held under suspicion, and the real reason his story is bullshit, will all be revealed... probably next year some time  You definitely should regard this as another black mark against the Randles...


So good to be back here Ed, and this is why.
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Re: The good Reverend E.W. Campbell

on Fri 27 Oct 2017, 12:08 pm
No worries Mick!
We all gotta take a vacation now n then.
The time I called Bill Randle and got him spooked so much he wouldn't chat always makes me a bit suspicious.
Here is a public figure , one of the political elite of Irving, yet no words about his roll in the case, his story one would think he would have memorized and ready to share.

Nail meet coffin of Mr. Randle
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Re: The good Reverend E.W. Campbell

on Thu 26 Apr 2018, 12:19 pm
Can't put my finger on this Ed, just plain intuition-meaningless I know- but I'd back it in Bill Randle and Linnie Mae and the good reverend Campbell were up to no good.
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