Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 2
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Fwo Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Says Christians Behind Iron Curtain Making Heroic Sacrifices for Faith WASHINGTON UP — The historic axiom that the Christian church thrives best under persecution is being proved anew in modern Europe, a- Lutheran leader said today. West of the Iron Curtain, said Dr. Carl E. Lund-Quist of Geneva, Switzerland, "the churches are free-an6T half empty." .To the 'east, where Communist satelli'e governments are actively harassing religion, "Christians are making heroic sacrifices to remain loyal to their faith." As executive secretary of the Lutheran World Federation, Lund- Quist has traveled thousands of miles in the past few years to visit Lutheran churches on both sides of the Iron Curtain in Europe, and in many countries of Asia and Africa. He is now in the United. States to prepare for the assembly of the Lutheran World Federation which will be held in Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 15 - 25. Delegations from 27 countries, representing most of the world's 70 million Lutherans, ,will attend the Minneapolis meeting. Lund Quist said in an interview that European Christians are "intensely curious'.' about the apparent religious revival in America. It seems to contradict the lessons of history, as well as the current experience of European churches, for U.S. church membership to reach record-breaking peaks in a time of groat material prosperity. In the nations of Western Europe, he said, where living standards also are high and where churches enjoy the same freedom and priveleges as American churches, there 'is "nothing remotely comparable" to this country's upsurge of religious interest. Flora ' Elva Ulrey has entered the Rob- «rt Long hospital, Indianapolis. Mark Center has been appointed administrator of the Miss Alia Plank estate. Among requests in the will was that $100 be given to the Moss Cemetery Assn. for perpetual upkeep. Carroll County Democratic night has been set for May 28 at' the Delphi City Park, with a co-operative .supper. The event will honor Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jackson, recently ncwlyweds. Mrs. Jackson, the former Mrs. Joan Abbott, is Carroll county recorder. Issues regarding the 1058 campaign, the annual fish fry, and the "Young Democratic" club will be discussed at the meeting. Miss Bonnie Rinick and Bill Cassell, of Flora, were; married ern European Christians to ' their persecuted churches.. "The greatest story in Protestantism today is the courageous resistance which East Germany's 16 million Lutherans are putting up against a tremendous effort by the Communist government to get them to desert the church." Lund-Quist said Bast German children are under "terrible pressure" from the government to take the so-called "civil confirmation oath," swearing loyalty to Communist principles and to Soviet Russia, as a substitute for the traditional rite of church confirmation. A teen-ager who refuses to take the Communist oath is warned that he can go no further in schoil, that he will have no chance to "Attendance at most of thej t a d job| and tnat his Western European churches is| onts may be ousted from jheir very low. _ The mass atbtude to-! homes andjobSi ward religion seoms to be general-j Despite the government's' ly one of indifference. threats, only 4 per cent of the East But even America's concern withj German'children who reached con- religion pales by comparison with the "fervent attachment" of East- firmation age last year chose communism over the church. cottage on Lake Shafer, near Monticello. Miss Janice Quinn, student at Ball Slate Teachers College, is returning thi;: week to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loiter, and on June 3 she will, leave for Estes Park, Colo., to work during the summer vacation. Connie Briggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs, spent last week attending the Hoosicr Rec-- reation workshop.at Merom as a representative of the Carroll County Junior Leaders 4-H club. Rev. William H. Myers, former pastor of Flora Presbyterian church, and Mrs. Myers and son Dick are moving this week from West Lebanon to Indianapolis where Rev. Myers will assume new duties in a state position, with the church. Guests arriving at the home of Mrs. Lois Baxter, Glendale, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs.. Mark Carter, Flora; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carter and Mark Douglas, Columbus, Ohio; 'Mr. and Mrs. Gary Long- ston and son, Lafayette; 'Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rodkey, Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eller, Jr. -and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burt, all of the Kokomo community; Mr, and Mrs. Robert Spitter and daughters of near Bringhurst;, and Harry Briggs, of Bringhurst. In honor of Joe Brower, who with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brower, of Albuquerque, N. Mexico, made his first visit back here in seven years, several relatives met in the dining room of Church of the Brethren for a cooperative supper. Among out-of- town relatives present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lo'ren Brower, Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brower, Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brower and Connie and -Joyce, of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Claude .pear- son, Wheeling; and Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd Brower, Albuquerque. Attending the Peterson-Landis wedding were Mrs. Gertrude Kirk- patriek, Niles, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Landis and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. E.ston Ruffner and family 1 , Mr. and Mrs. Larry Atkinson, all of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruffner and son, Wilmington, Term. Also Mrs. Melvin Keyes, Lincoln Park, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ruffner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs., Millard Myer and daughter, all 'of Lafayette; Mr, ' and Mrs. Ralph Myer and family, LaPorte; Mr. and Mrs. Behton' Holmes, South Bend; an'd Mr. and Mrs. Herman Landis and Sue, of Los An j geles. Employees and management of he Kraft Foods plant enjoyed a co-operative supper at the home/of he manager Dalton Fleege, and wife, east of Flora. Mrs. David leeves, who is leaving the plant's taff, was given a beautiful brace- et.as a farewell gift. Games were layed during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schnepf and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Plank were mong the guests at last week's Rotary club meeting. International Farm Youth Ex- :hange students, of India, who are guests in .the Schnepf and Plank lomes, were speakers. . Miss Emma • Snider, of Walton, pent Saturday -with her sister, VIrs. Rose Colvin. Saturday evening, May 18, in thej Mr. and Mrs. Holla Brim on May Flora Methodist church by Rev.! 28 are Mr. and Mrs. William Town- F. Faye Bass in a double-ring send, of Hamilton, Ontario, Can- ceremony. The couple's only attendants were Miss Carolyn Murphy and Bill Bordner. , The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Renick, of Flora, and her husband' is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cassell, of Flora. She was graduated from Flora high school in May. The groom was graduated from Flora high school In 1954. He is attending Indiana university extension at Kokomo. Next month the couple will go to .Blwwninglon where he will attend Indiana university as a senior. The honeymoon was spent at a ada. They will remai.t» a week and will accompany the Brims on Decoration Day to the 500-mile race al Indianapolis. Recent guests of Mrs. Goldfe Wilcox were- Mr. and Mrs. JoUic Brcssler of Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr, Brcssler was a former employee of (he local telephone plant. Kev. F. Kayo Bass, pastor, and Orville Brown, member of the Flora Methodist church, attended a meeting on "Summer camping and the church's responsibility" at Crawfordsville. 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French President Rene Coty left the game shortly before the shooting. Police said Sadok steadfastly refused to name any accomplices and said he was not connected with any Algerian rebel organization, i Chefckal died with a bullet in his lung. He was on the death-list of Algerian rebels and had come to France to escape assassination. Monday Evening. May 27, 1957. Barefoot Bandit Robs Sally Rand of $114 BALTIMORE (UP) — A barefoot bandit with cheek invaded Sally Band's dressing room at the Gayety burlesque theater Sunday, held the fan dancer at bay with a fire ax and stole $114. Miss Rand told police tiic bandit ransacked her room at about 6:30 a.m. She said he found her wallet containing $524 and took $114 and fled. Miss Rand said he threatened her with a fire ax when she told him she had no money and then rummaged through her belongings until he found the purse. Miss Rand also complained that he took more money than he had demanded. 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