NATIONWIDE k .•••'• . . ; ' ._ ' Insurance Agent Now Located At 2624 W. Cumberland SI. 1 Mile West of Lebanon, Route 422 (Reigle's Upholstery Shop) Ellwood Earrishaw ; Call 272-6782 For Complete Insurance Service Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co; Nationwide Life Insurance Co. Home Office: Columbus, Ohio Church, Pastors Are Told The survival of the, church today depends on wholehearted commitment and is the responsibility of an educated and trained laity, Dr. Dwjght vF. "Putnam, president of the Central Pennsylvania Synod of the Lutheran Church, said here Thursday. Dr. Putnam addressed 15 members of the Lutheran Pastors' Association "of Lebanon County dur- ; ing its meeting at the Treadway Inn.' '- •-•"• •'.'-..'."•• He saidlithat the church is currently losing members because the home, the community and the school, ail traditional allies pf the Mi. Aetna Orchard 9th Annual Apple Festival DON'T MISS THIS POPULAR AND UNUSUAL OLD TIME FESTIVAL Saturday and Sunday, October 12th and 13th FROM 8 A.M. TO 11 P.M. FEATURING APPLE DESSERT QUEEN CONTEST AND RECORD HOP SAT. NIGHT 7 TO 11 P.M. FREE HAY RIDE ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON FROM 1 to 4 P.M. PLENTY OF HOT DOGS, SOUPS, PIES AND » «t r,m. CIDER cjiurch, can no longer be relied upon: He said the unity and solidarity of family life, which once supported the church, has diminished. There has also been a toss of the sense of community support of church life, both in rural and urban areas, he stated. . In regard to the schools, Dr. Putnam expressed doubt as to the"•• value of church influence: The Protestant majority can no longer expect to' dominate the schnois, he stated. "The stress on pluralism is with us and we have to learn to live with it," he declared. The heart of the matter, he said, is whether Christians are wholeheartedly committed. He said that if persons are committed to a large number of causes, however, worthwhile, they may not be as committed to Christ as they should be. Up To Laity "If the church is: to be saved, it Vis the-responsibility of an educated and trained laity," he said. "The church has the responsibility to train the laity for this task." He said the ministry must also be trained to deal with "increasing tensions between 'the pastor, who knows what should be done, and what the people are willing to do." Dr. Putnam discussed the synodical budget for 1964, which has Increased sharply over the 1963 budget. He explained that the reasons for the increase are the inclusion of capital funds for the church's higher educational institutions, homes for the aged and church camps. He also talked about the opera- tion'of the district system in the synod and what te termed the attitude of "independence or hostility" toward the synod displayed by some individual pastors and congregations. He said that.those who take these attitudes most strongly are the ones'who^can. least afford it, since they need the synod's support. :..... Discussion Follows A discussion followed the talk and a brief business session was conducted. • The Rev. Gerhard G. Dietrich reported on t^e Lutheran leadership training schools being organized this fall throughout the county. , The next meeting of the association will be held Nov. 21 at Palm Lutheran Church, Palmyra. Students of Harding Junior High School viewed a film entitled '•Pennsylvania —• Keystone of the Nation" today during an assembly program in observance of Pennsylvania Week. the film provided students with information on the state's history, culture and people, its economic diversity and richness. Forty-two per cent of all deaths involving boating accidents last year were caused by capsizing. African Violets Potting Soil Vermiculite Manure Peat Moss Fertilizers DELIVERY FREE MARKEY'S 1518 Cumberland St. Dial 272-2111 Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa., Friday, October 11, 1963 Harding Students View Film On Pennsylvania Beth Parr served as mistress of ceremonies for the program. Faculty advisors, for the program were Frank W. Hockley, B. Ralph Summer, Leopold Mehler, Mrs. Elizabeth Hain and Mrs. Reinetta Sanger. Want Ads Do The Trick . . . QUICK POLITICAL EXPERT • CLOCK • WATCH (• JEWELRY REPAIR Hand Engraving THOMAS E. CLARK Jeweler — 8th & Mifflin Sti. POLITICAL POLITICAL A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Republican Candidate For CITY TREASURER STAN LEY L. Kettering THE OFFICE WHERE EXPERIENCE COUNTS 10 years of efficient management of the Treasurer's office "f believe that the City Treasurer'* office should be administered on a business basis." f RE-ELECT STANLEY L. KETTERING TO THIS IMPORTANT OFFICE ELECT QUALIFIED REPUBLICANS LEBANON COtlNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE I. M. 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