Sunday Journal and Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 26, 1954 · Page 37
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Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, September 26, 1954
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Church News Beatrice Lutheran Meeting To Discuss Proposed Merger HOST PASTOR--The Rev. John F. Streng of St. John's Church. State Baptist Convention In Omaha Sunday Journal and Star Special OMAHA--The Nebraska Baptist Convention will open here Thursday, executive secretary Arthur M. Clarke said. Among the speakers at the four- day session will be several national Baptist leaders. They include the Rev. V. C. Hargroves, president of the American Baptist Convention, and Harold Stassen, a Baptist Layman and high official of the Eisenhower administration. The Rev. Gordon H. Schroeder, pastor of First Baptist Church in Lincoln, will speak and show pictures Thursday on his trip to Haiti. The Rev. Robert Davis, Baptist student pastor at the University of Nebraska, will be a convention speaker on "Christian Education Today." Sunday Journal and Star Bureau BEATRICE--More than 1,000 persons are expected to gather here this week for what may be the most important church meeting ever held in Nebraska. Principal item of business at the 13th biennial convention of the American Lutheran Church which begins Thursday will be action on proposed merger of the denomination with two or three other Lutheran synods. The Rev. E. J. Beckman, pastor of Lincoln American Lutheran Church, said he expected merger details with Evangelical Free Church, Urifced Evangelical Free Church, and possibly Lutheran Free Church to be worked out at the convention. If merger is approved at the Beatrice meeting final union may be completed within two years, he said. Missionaries to Speak The eight-day meeting, first national assembly of the church to be held in Nebraska, will draw delegates from the synod's 13 districts plas missionaries from several nations. Also invited are official guests from other Lutheran synods. Sessions will be in St. John's Lutheran Church, Municipal Auditorium, and the junior high school. Matters of merger are due for discussion the next to the last day of the session. v Coincident with the biennial conference will be observation of the 25th anniversary of the Ameri- can Lutheran Church. Dr. E. M. Poppen, of Columbus, O., president emeritus of thl denomination and one of the merger project leaders, will make the anniversary address on Oct. 4. President Schuh to Attend The Rev. Henry F. Schuh of Columbus, 0., president of the American Lutheran Church, will present the opening sermon ta 10 a.m. Thursday and preside at many business sessions. Among others taking part^TrTtfie" conference will be Dr. N. A. Menter of Detroit, second vice president of the synod; Dr. Paul Empie of New York City, president of the National Lutheran Council; Dr. H. C. Osterman, secretary of the commission on home missions; the Rev. Bernard Holm, president of Wartburg Seminary in Dubuque, la.; Dr. H. W. Siefkes, president the Iowa district and first vice president of the synod; Alvin Lentz of Beatrice, fifth vice president; Dr. E. G. Fritschel of Denver, president of the central district; and Dr. A H. Ewald of St. Paul, Minn., president of the Minnesota district. Tifereth Israel Receives Citation Tifereth "Israel Congregation at 18th and L was one of more than 500 congregations receiving citations at a convocation at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America at New York City. Jerry Ginsburg accepted the citation scroll,-awarded on Tifer- eth Israel's contribution in establishing religious freedom in America and furthering human brotherhood. The convocation was an observance of the 300th Anniversary of Jewish settlement in the U.S. Other groups honored at the convocation included the National Catholic Welfare Conference. National Council of Churches, Synagogue Council of America, Union of American Hebrew Congregations. United Synagogue of America and National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America. Local Jews to Observe Rosh HashdnahMonday The Jewish religious New Year, Books of Moses are kept. Special WILL PRESIDE--Dr. Henry F. Schuh of Columbus, O., president "of the"Americah L u t h e r a n Church. September 26. 1954 LINCOLN SUNDAY JOURNAL AND STAR 3-D Days and Customs Of All Faiths V By Canon Howard V Harper will be ushered in at sunset Monday, as Lincoln congregations begin the most solemn days of the Hebrew calendar. Monday evening's commemoration of Rosh-Hashanah (begining of the year) inaugurates a ten-day period of spiritual self-analysis and prayjjr which is climaxed by Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), beginning at nightfall, Oct. 6. R a b b^i Wolfgang Hamburger, new pastor of South Street Temple, said the commemoration is "serene and sincere." He also explained that R o s h- Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the only Jewish holidays that are completely spiritual and unrelated to man's everyday life and that do not have a human historical beginning. "It is a time to return from personal evil ways to God's ways." Rabbi Hamburger explained. "Music also has a mood of sincerity and repentance." Rosh Hashanah also will mark the first services, to be conducted in the new sanctuary of Congregation Tifereth Israel, 32nd and Sheridan, although the structure will be completed later. Rabbi Harold I. Stern will preach at each service. Cantor Hyman Siskin will chant the liturgy and Biblical passages, assisted by the Synagogue choir. Laymen will be "honored -with the privilege'' of opening the Holy Ark, in which scrolls of the Five prayers will be offered for world peace' and spiritual welfare of the U.S. These services will be at 6 p.m. Monday, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday, 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday; Fast of Gedaliah at 7 a.m. Thursday, and repentance service at 9 a.m. Saturday. The first servig; at S o u t h Street Temple will be at 8 p.m. Monday, followed by a service at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Rabbi Hamburger will be in charge of the solemn ritual. Ike's Pastor Writes On Spiritual Rebirth President Eisenhower's pastor, Dr. Edward L. R. Elson, ^ias a new book called "America's Spiritual Recovery." Dr. "Elson, pastor of National Presbyterian Church, presents his belief that the U. S. is entering a period of spiritual rebirth of faith. On the other hand, he points out that man is in the Garden of Eden --fugitive from God and bereft of spiritual 'certitude. But, he says, evidence of a great spiritual awakening is indisputable. Templar to Dine Templar Club will meet Tuesday at the YWCA for a 6" p.m. tray dinner. Christine Brandt is program chairman and Francis Smith and Bernice Clark are in charge if tables. Westminster To Install New Pastor Tonight The Rev. F. A. Roblee will be installed pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church at a service at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Dr. Edward Stimson of Omaha will preach on Makers of His C h u r c h." Others who will participate in the ceremony w i l l be Dr. George S. Bancroft of Omaha, the Rev. H. Willard Lampe of Beatrice, Dr. C. Vin White of First Presbyterian Church, Dr. Roblee the Rev. C. H. Ukena. minister of administration at Westminster, and the Rev. Robert H. Laird. A reception after the installation will be given for the Rev. and Mrs. Roblee. their daughter Grace Jean, and Mrs. Roblee's mother, Mrs. Alexander Gordon. Newman Church 64 Years Old Newman Methodist Church, 23rd and S, will observe its 64th anniversary today with a service at 3:30 p.m. C. O. Shepard will give the history of the church. The Rev. J. A. Maston was the first pastor, when the church was founded at 7th and J. Speakers at the service will be the Rev. T. O. McWilliams, the Rev. Roy P. Stringer, the P.ev. John R. Harris. Each will speak on one of the Synoptic Gospels. Mt. Zion Baptist choir will sing. Report on Assembly Dr. E. S. Wegner. who attended the World Council of Churches assembly at Evanston. 111., will give his report tonight at 7;30 p.m. at Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church. He was an official visitor from the Nebraska Conference. Jewish New Year Tuesday, Sept. 28: Today, according to Jewish tradition, is the 5,715th anniversary of the creation of the world. It is Rosh Hashanah--New Year's Day--and with it begins also the "High Holidays," the 10 most holy and significant days in Jewish religious life. In Leviticus, Chapter 24, verses 24 and 25, the people of Israel are commanded to blow the ceremonial horns on this day and to offer a bunt sacrifice. Burnt offerings dropped out of Jewish practice when the Temple at Jerusalem was destroyed and the people scattered to all parts of the earth. All Business Suspended But the great .horns (shofar) are still blown, summoning all Jews to the solemn services. Almost all business is suspended on Rosh Hashanah, and Orthodox Synagogue and Reform Temple alike will be thronged with worshipers. Reform Jews concentrate all Rosh Hashanah activities on one day: the Orthodox outside Palestine set aside two days--today and tomorrow. This custom began when the Jews first found themselves in foreign lands and w e r e afraid time differences would cause calendar errors. So, to be entirely safe, they observed t w o days. Day Has Other Names Rosh Hashanah means literally "the head of the year." The day has many other names, each of which emphasizes some one aspect of the occasion. It is called the Day of Remembrance, because each person is to recall and repent his sins of the past year; the Day of the Blowing (of the trumpets) because all are to hear the sound of the shofar and return to the blessings of religion; and the Day of Judgment, because" this is the day on which God judges each man's life over the course of the past year. After the services there are New Year's greetings and the customary New Year's good cheer. One ancient practice is for everyone to eat a piece of apple dipped in honey, symbolizing a sweet year ahead. The usual greeting is "May you be inscribed for a happy new year." This refers to the ancient belief that each person's actions are inscribed in a record book that is kept in Heaven. Rosh Hashanah is followed by 10 Lutheran College Teachers to Meet Sunday Journal and Star Special FREMONT--At least 150 teachers from 21 Lutheran colleges are expected at the 18th annual conference of the Association of Lutheran College Faculties at Midland College here Oct. 1-2. Dr. Lane W. Lancaster, professor of political science at the University of Nebraska, will speak at the conference banquet Saturday evening. Twenty-one colleges in nine states and Canada hold membership in the organization. Nebraska colleges belonging are Midland. Dana at Blair, and Luther at Wahoo. penitential days, known as "The Days of Awe." The Vulgate Bible Thursday, Sept. 30: The greatest debt the world owes to St. Jerome is for his translation of the Bible into Latin. His translation is known as the Vulgate It is the official, authorized version used throughout the world by the Roman Catholic Church. There had been an earlier Latin Bible, and what Pope Damasus I wanted when he gave the job to Jerome was only a revision of this one. But Jerome was too much of a scholar to stop there. Using the oki Bible, plus one in Greek and al! available manuscripts--some in Hebrew--he produced a completely new work. It was finished in A.D. 385. The term Vulgate means simply that this new Bible was in the language, of the people. It comes from the word "vulgus"--the common people. Classical Latin was at that time the spoken language of nost of Europe. Central Church Host to CMA Mission Session The annual World Missions Convention and the Western District Conference of the Christian and Missionary Alliance will begin today at Central Church, 2820 O. Marking the first t i m e that Central Church has been host to the District C o n f erence, t h e w e e k ' s ' program w i l l schedule includes business sessions during the day and mis s i o n a r y Rev. Mr. Nelson services each evening. The Rev. H. E. Nelson of New York City, national home secretary and world missionary traveler, will be the principal speaker. The Rev. Merle Graven, missionary to Cambodia, Indo-China, and the Rev. C. C. Eamigh, missionary to Ecuador, will be alternating evening speakers. Between 75 and 100 delegates from CMA churches in six central plains states will attend District Conference sessions. Four young ministers will be ordained Thursday. The Rev. C. R. Thomas, district superintendent of Chicago, will preside over the Conference. Missionary Pilot To Speak Tuesday Melvin Wyma, assistant foreign secretary of New Tribes Mission at Chico, Calif., will speak at 3 p.m. Thesday at City Wide Tabernacle, 135 No. 24th. He has been a missionary plane pilot for the past five years in the jungles of Bolivia. He also will present movies of pioneer missionary work. HARVEST FESTIVAL-Lt. Col and Mrs. Albert Baldwin, divisional commanders of the Salvation Army in Nebraska, South Dakota and Western Iowa, will speak at a Harvest Festival celebration at The Citadel today. The Festival features a big display of fruit, vegetables and other gifts at the altar. Included in the display is a loaf of bread, described as the largest loaf of bread ever baked in Lincoln-representing the staff of life. Other speakers are to be Senior Captain and Mrs. William Dixon, divisional youth secretaries. Music of thanksgiving will accent the programs at 10 and 11 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Church Census Today In Northeast Lincoln An interdenominational religious survey of Northeast Lincoln will begin this afternoon when some 500 fworkers start ringing doorbells. According to the Rev. Clarence Smith, pastor of Havelock Methodist Church and a census organizer, the rapid growth of Northeast Lincoln makes an up-to-date survey necessary. Census takers have been appointed by local church boards-one worker for every 10 church members. They will wear identifying badges when calling Sunday and during the week. Workers will ask names and religious preferences of every member of each household, including ages of children. This in- formation will be pooled and tabulated at a meeting of census takers Oct. 10. Organizers urge residents in the census area to place information relative to the census on their doors if they are away in the afternoons of the census week. Rev. Mr. W.' H. Holverson of Bethany Christian Church lauded the cooperation of participating Northeast Lincoln churches which include: Bethany Christian Faith Lmheran First Methodist .Fourth PresbHerian Green Memorial Chapel (C MA) Havelock Christian Havelock Methodist Northeast Community Northeast United Misisonary St. David's Episcopal Si Patrick's Catholic Warren Methodist 'Share Christ' Mission Begins v The annual "Share Christ Today" mission of several east-central Nebraska Lutheran churches Madison Bers Services This Week In Lincoln Churches c jj 3 Assembly of God Faith. 2261 Holdrese _ . School. !*:43 a-n: »nrsJitP. 11 a.m.; rcrncc. 7:45 p m.: TUES. -- Prajcr. 7:45 P m . . . . . . Fir»t. ?91h and Randolph SUX. -- School. 9:43 a.m.: worship. 11 " m ' Giad Tidinrs. 15IH and 11 SUN.-- School. 10 a.m.: worship. 11 ·.m.: service. 7:45 P m.: WED. -- Bible study, rrajcr. 7:45 p.m. Baptist Firt. 1340 K SUN. -- School. !*:45 a.m.: worship. 11 a m.: jouih. 6 p.m.; WED. -- Deeper Life Hour. 7:30 p.m Ml. Zion. i;ns V SL'X -- School. !:30 a.m.: worship. 10:43, service. 7:30 f.m : WED. -- Prayer. 7:30 P.m. Scennd. 2Sfh and S S V X -- School. 9:43 a.m.: uorvhip. 11 «m.: south. 6:"50 r in : baptiun. 7.30 p m ; reception for the Kc* 3rd *"rs. f. " H. lr»in. p m s Tl'ES.-- Mau- Maflhas »nh Mi*. C F IVrron. 272G P 7:».-i r.a : WED.-- Frocr. 7:30 p.m.: KKI. -- Junior Deri, ·wiener roast at Pelcr Fan r*t\. .-i:30 r.jn. Temple. 3010 and Randolph Sl'N -- School. 0:45 a m.; -worship. 10:45 » m . youth- fi.30 P ai : te-nicc. 7-30 p.m.; WED.'-- BiMc «3nd*. roue*. 7:30 pra. Catholic .««. Mar-X CathrSral. HI* and K Sl'N. -MJWV. £. 7. S. f. 10. ]1 am. frd 32.~fl p.m.: KK3. -- Somrwln! Mother tvwia. 7.-.0 p m : 3?:lj mstwrv $-r.«. 7. S Swarortt. Krti «"* '-=*' nuicv. 7:.'3ft. S .To. 10 Oticht .-];i x^na 7..10 p in 1 ^^0 * m. . Slavic*. 7. $^ ;. 30. 1 1 and noon; ctai-ia. ?·«.* r n Vrn-mm CJnb. 1«"S l iw«*. s- -'· i°. ii-_ '2 aTn - : JTUIWO. * 4~i a m . 7:15 am.; «J»il» rovin . ~i p m. Sarml Hart. 3l«l and T j,j-;y p __ Ma«.M«. s. S and 30 a.m. and i." jailT -nat«ft 7 and ! » m. ««. rjaricJf* «SS Mmritl 6:31 arid Christian B»tu.a. Otncr anl SVN -- .-^TMXII. H a m ; ·m-orOiip. 10 CYK. YA. 5 P-!.: Oii JJho. ~ fn. E»* Uacrrtn. =7Oi and 1 SUX.-.WoriJjir. 9:15 ».m : school, tin.: builders, -4.30 ; Chi Tito. i SO p rn : pr«Tam lanncljn« S 1 VSS.-- OnilJcr*. all da»; WED CK, 7 v.m : jour* mwi. BiMr 7 r.TO : JiAiH ttiWc Jtodr, 7:30 T3ICRS.-- R«d Cr«*. Fir*. l«0i a P m.: Junior . . . «.«).: CW Rio. 4 P.» ; CYF. 6:30 f.ta.', :0:45 n. 31 9:*S a.jn.; TOwnratfe. 22»* ·*· , . .SUN.-School. 9:45 am.: worvhip, 3O.jO m.m. _ ^^ Christian and Missionary Alliance O*»r*i, 2*2t O Sl!X._Sc)Kjo7, ?:45 a.m.; »OT*.-P. 1O.50 a m , ttic Rc«. H. E. Xcfcon: mill. p m . "truce. 7:30 P.m.: MON--- Mfc*ffis. She Rrc. C. C. E Air. 7.3f».ro.; TUBS.-- WrM ihc TJr». M. E. GT»TCTI of 1ndvChin», 7:30 »JB : WED.-- WoridMh- lion: FRI. -- World Jliwions, the Rex. Mr. Eamish- 7:30 P.m. Green Memorial Chapel. 1102 Madhom SUN. -- School. 9.43 a.m.: wolship- 11 am.-, jouth. G:4"i p m.: *crvicc. 7:!oP.m.: WED.-- Children's Bible Club. 3S32 .Madison. 4 p.m. HaTtlnck. 643.1 Hatcloek SCX. -- Worship. 10 a.m.: school. 11 a.m.: *ou!h. 6:30 p.m.: criicc- 7:45 r.ra.: TCES. -- Prayer. 7:45 Church of Christ Christ Tempi*. 3140 f SUN. -- School. 10 a.m.: worship. 11 a.m. f I4h and F SUN. -- School. 9:45 a.m t worship. 10:45 a.m.. 7:30 p.m.: WED. -- Pravcr. 7:30 P.3J. Church of God Tlolinrn. JiS ». SOtfc SUN.--Worship. 11 a.m. Fir«l, 31vt and P SUN.--School. !:45 a m : worship. 11 a.m : service. 7:45 p.m.: WE1J.--1'njcr, 7:45 p m. Norther. 23rd and T SUN.--School. 30 a.m: worship. 11 a.m. 6:30 p.m.: service. 7-30 p.m : youth. S 30 p.m.: MON.--Women's Socictr Institute at Milford. 10 a.m.: c^cmnn WSWS. 7:30 p.m.: WED.--World Da of Pra\cr. observance. 7:30 p.m.: FRI.--Intermediate outh vocial. 7 p.m. SnvthmiiHtcr. inih and Olnc t SUN.--School Crally. promotion). P:?1 a.m.: worship, 10:50 a m.: outh. *:30 p.m.: worship. 7:30 p.m.: MON.--WSWS institotc. Milford. 10 a.m.: THUKS--- World' Day of Prayer of-'enancc. . :30 P.ra. Fin*. 33rd and Starr SUN.--School. 3:45 a.m.: worvhip. 11 a.m.: youth. 7 p m . 30-45 v - Congregational Ktwornr. mk and B SUN. -- School. 9.30 a.m.: we a.m. Fin* CHIMB. 14 and F SUN.-- Sc!30d. 3 a.m.: ·»or*!p. 10-30!. :nth and T SUN.-- KFAB Rrv,dca.«. 5.:W a ~i : vrtoo]. JO a s n : morOur-. 33 am.: WIIOT riich j-oiilh. ." r a n : VTWT hirt ·'oni'i. 7 p -a.: carillon iw'UI. * p.m.: TUES · -- Orrrio fir* PIC-IJC. llrih*n» TK\. £-39 p m : T33URS -- ^TKJTII;. ?-SO a n . «rihca«4 V.ntm«ti!!». £7rd and n»!d«»ti SUN -- 'krtiool. !:·; a m : ·worOiip. 11 a n : TVES. -- Mrmmr circV n-MS Mp.. .1-nr« KaWon. 35*0 No. -VHK ?.30 a.rn : jifio-iwi circle nTlh VT* Kotrrt V. Wilcri. 3P35 No. **3rd. 1 T* TP. St. Jofen. JU5 .1"X -- Set""], 0 a m : ·ar-Nhip 31.30 a m. Salon. *1* a SUN. -- No wnices lodav 7:30 P.m. . . . .; THVRS -- Contemn oixhni- St'X.--School. !*:'."· * m : *or«Jiip. 11 a.m; college m-ort: cwnmriJec »T!h Eliw- Jirth Grrme, StX) So. 33rd: junior Jiifi j'llcrim JelJrm-ship. 3:30 p.m: sirnior hirti Pilurim lcllo»hip. fi:30 p.m. 7Mm. Mh and ! SUX.--Worship, !». 11 a.m.: vJipol. 10 a.m.; rraycr. 2 p.m. Episcopal f?r*!y Tvtatfs. 1«fli an4 3 SUX.--Ciwmiuirion. 3 *.m ; family «err- ice. sermon. 9:30 * m.; «c33Ool. S 3t a.m.: Trover, vrmon. jonior church school. 11 a m.; jonior youth, -i f.m : TUKS --Ansli- tm Guild. 7 ,-W P.m : WED ~ 30 a rn.: jTJr»er. 30^V ». m. · S*. DaVMX. 2735 S«i. 4Mb SUX.--JYnytr. S^M) a.m : 1«icm. Woman's Aotiliarj. *» S1 X«nja"« and AKnr GjrIW: MOX.--St. Mildred's GniW »flJ) Mrs. J. H. lc0ir«'»y. 000 So. 4«h. ^X'X,--CornmwviCTn. S a.m : f»mil» *en- cc. tc*"Vl, 9.*V1 ji.-T): TTJOfr, -sermon, 31 f tn.: 7TF.S -Junior T)ro«flners. 7:30 P.m.; WED --Si. ?ich«fl »rxJ Ml A«els ftm- Tfmi'^o. 7 a m . 11 '30 ji m . frfllrmtd IT 1~,n a *,nvlin. Allar CtrfM *-rit\ Mrs. T)»n ,lone« Jr.. o21 So. .'WfJi. Evangelical UrrttHI Birttircn C»HaTT. Jit* aw* i^rffcM ST'X.--Scrwol, S.t.i am: wwriip- IT am.; coronBn«» veasawm. 2 pj«.,yooUv, - r r a - . i * ST.V -- School. ? am · r-.iwons d»i- wn- ire. 10 a m . Ale* W»cier IudrM ~cr1ral Seminary »1 service. 13 * m : «crvicc Finl. !7(h and A SUN. -- rrosarrtion. P-'/O a.m.: children's da» «rr«icr. 1" 45 a.m : rvan*eli«n. p m.: 1ON. - FRI. -p.m. Jewish So«lh Street Temple. :«ih and *««oli .MOX.-- Ro«h-Hash»ni »riice. S P.rrs: 1UKS.--Rosh-Hxshana senice. 3P:30 a.m.: FRi.--Senice, B»r 5!itix-ah of Manny Schneider. S r m. Tifercfil Israrl ?iiOX.--VCK Year service. 6 P.m : TUES. --Xcw Ye.-.r str'ice'. 3" a.m.: r n : 1VED.--Ne-w Year services. 3O a in.: ,"u0 r.».: THVKS.--Fa« of Gulalijh vmice. ' 7 a rn.: FRi.--Sabfralh service a: Senj* Street Temple. S P.m.; SAT.--SJWMtii of , TCTKnUncc. 9 Lutheran Aawrican. :«tli and T SX'N --School. 3:35 a.m.. morship. 7v a.rr. Unl«rrs|ijr Chapel (Mn. Sjnndl. ir.ih nnd Q SUN.--\Voi.hip. 10: !5 a ra : Gamma Dc_lt2. :,-?,) p.m. I'nitrrMf .student Hoo»e. r.:tr. No. inih O'alioiul Lutheran 'onncil) S U N -- K i N e stud}. 30 a . m : worship. 31 a.m : LSA supper. 5:30 r m : \VED -Vespers, 7 c.m !cns. 11 11 alsatr « . m « . - n » SUN. -- School, ?»·«" * rn : ··orOiip. S 30 a m : *orriip fcomrmimr" 1 . KUMS mad- 3J a m : Tl'ES -- Cou-wil- 7-."W p.m. School. 5.SO a Tn 10:30 a.m.: Fait* lMn. iSjnod). K3J5 M»drwn SUN - Worship. ·»u".n t n : vchoo". If):'"' a m : VON. -- Adiill nrmbersliip clavt. ~~ p m : twTd o1 «3i«:atio-. « T -n : FH3. -Walther Ijcarae. S ptn.: SAT.-- Rt«i»5T». *jon for co-rt-nnriifm. 7 30. *· r m. ' at SUN. -- School. ?:15 a.m.: morsliip. 3-0:30 » m liiiiiumxl M«. «»j»oI). tl(D and Flirai SUN -- ScJiopl. 1" a.m.: »orOiip. P C(^rr- mr\ 33 am: WED. -- Ijidrt-t Socjrty. 2 . Ml. Olhe, ·»· *a4 Tlolrtmrr SUN.-- School. 10:35 a si.: worshrp, 13 a.m. O*r Sasiocr'*. 4nfk and r Sl'N- -- School. ? - 4S * ra ; moKhrr. 11 II m : 3ay »cJi«l. WiJiop, 3 p xn : f orarrra- nion. S a.m.: J5ON.-- FH1. -- Es-anetlwm KfOrrmrr Mo. 8y»ntft, 3Ut« awJ J SVN, -- ScJiooJ (proranijfir.l. ? 4% a tn : wrvOirp. S-30, 31 a.m: WED. -- Slmard- hip, S p m.; FRI. -- AJriH jnejneT!iip loc- nrrc. S n.m.: SAT. -- Tleftetntitm Jor cora- 13 am. sprsicel, 7 Jo ^-30 P.JD. SUN. -- School. 9:35 ajn ; a m. Triatty M«. $rnnd. I2rl mi H SL'N -- Wor^hrp. ^1·^^!l«n, i .'W a m : school. 5:45 a m ; raTlv. 3] a m : chapel. 7:30 p.m.: TUKS.--.loniOT WaKhcr Lcarcc. S pm.. THCHS -- Board «i tinanct. i p.m : F"RI -- OmiMiutunn rfeissration. 4-5 p.m.: 7-S p.m ; men's dinner, YWCA, f'30 p tn ; otmc5! S Tun. 1 MIWV. wfifli OTni f Twnwit SVN. -- WorsJiip, 8. 11 ».m; xJitvl. 10 Methodist .Vhury. 3rd and Jemo- West I.ineoli SUN.-- School. 10 a m : worship. a.m.: FRI. -- Scnicc. 7 p.m. Roan Memorial. 3.~th and Snnth SUN. -- School. 9.45 a.m.: worship. a.m.. Mrs MarcuenJe Werner: ^outh. 7 P m : quanerH conference- 7:30 p.m Christ. and A SUN -- School. 3,45 a n : -«orOiip. 11 a.m.. intermediates. 5 p m . senior hich. older iou:h. fi .".0 p.rn : TUES. -- Fuvhcr- rmn"s OjX 6:-?5 p m . ie^v.irdship com- rnitstc. 7JO P rn : WKD -- WSCS 4 «ith Mrc. Ham Srahn. T,o;7 Iia-i(!r-Iph. 1 r.n.: FKI -- Tracer »ith Mrs. Troup. S41 So 2t*!h. 9.30 a m J Knnnrth. :so llnldrrcr SUN. -- School. I* SCi a m : «or«hip. 11 a m.: JO-J1S. f. P n : F3;l -- WhCS nera- Ine N»ri 3:3 ( p m . «i;h Mrs. Donaid Da^^s. 2933 Siarr Fir»t. 27C3 V«. 7.Ib SUN -- School. fl'30 a m : -xorship 'dedication c' ch-jrch *chool -vlaif i.-id choirs). 30:?" a m . lntermcdui;r MYF. -..TO pjn.: We* 1 -* Fel]n»vh-p. 5-30 p m : Jiith sctioo! M ? F . 7 p m : 1]ON. -- Upper l-'oo^ ClJis*. ; 3fl p -n : WED -- r»roi1- Tcachers. 7 S" p -n : T35VK._ WSCi= p-a»cT ^iih Mrs. Fra-iV WiKian*. ^^3 No 5fnh. ? .".^ a m We*-! Side primer »iiJi Mrs A-i-i Mr-ci. 4*3 ii KaliSmn. a m Frw. 2~*h and Orchard «UN --School. '.' 35 ji rn . -«t-rsriir. 13 5UN -- Vhool *· '·'· i rn : worvhip. 11 a n : imior t-it^i lr-no»«.}i!p. % p m : srrinr Jiich l-llonOnr. V.'rOri J-Vnn p m : TUi:S rra»r. T "1 » 7. 5 p -- - WKP - KriVoip Ha-*-1HV «1*1 Jind SJ'N -- Wo»*htr. « '"i. n fpromolirni. * ''· f n . V--W MYF. 4 p.m: iile~ncdiair. sr-ir-r MYF. * r,0 p m . TUK 1 : -- 7* flu' 1 - ·«ifh Mr aid Mrs Vw- 10^ UnMnw^i. 4702 Knot. 7:30 p m . FKI. -- rnnrr. P ~f) a i I jiVri »·-«·. Wr«« Q ;!, N -- School, f-45 a m : -«or.hrp. 33 * m 1 re«In HHrtit*. UJh and \«l«(ni SUN -- ^-'S-'ol :fi r -i : i«rr.Vp. 13 arn \r~Tfort". ^Xrd a»d S SUN.-- S.hijfl. 3 4 % a m : ·mor-.^ir. 13 a rn. Ormfl Owpfl. 1Wh and C SUN -- t «'ry. fl '· am. worship. 31 a m . 1f Rd M !^.9\evnm. *mr!. *1 r Tn : MOV -Roa-d. 7 30 p m : cr^'trmcf. 3 p m : Tt'F*;-- Praver. rra«. 7.10 p m «. Jaror*. :«» !»«i. 11** SUN. -- Schwl, O.45 a m . -'or«Jur-. 11 » m : yoiflh. "· ,T1 p m : TT1-? -- Yfnirit marrjrd rwk's 3o. 7 ,T T "n. ««. r»j. lark *»n M STN -- KKAT1 Jnoa'Ttaci. 9 a -- : : rrcer- 1if*n VroaVf a4 for e^ece and ser\-?cc r-ror-V. ^ .10 i n school. ^ a 5 a -n : snc*,T*rs sfnTf 'dwrr*?i*»n M ·mfm'NTs 1 ! "1 x T) : . hr.vldcafl. 11 .10 a -n : -wrir- MYF. : sow* adults tnnjnrvs 7 10 r TT* : . 32 ro-T- v'b^ol ^f pm "n"" 5 -- T! T . ^xirr I r.r. a-nttt. 5 p ~ · \* Fl' -- '*v' r- ·nrriinTr MYF ", m HTM T\-K. Ten Tx-t Txr\. '· '"i t"n . THi'TIv -- \rtnf: B/Wc class. 7 rtt P n- TrVuitj. iWh and A SI N -- -^I-TV.; f' ""1 a n *-,,-v'ir7' " a m , h?t: vhoH M\ F. fl p ri . rMrrnr- diJe M S K , Iffis-T-nmijcs TKTI. 1 ".O p n ; MON. -- V-i. ChuTifxT: .·{ CW.TKTCC 7 V r Tt , TUKS -- JJnsrirtal krr-r:r;.-T era m «nh Mr. and Mr«. John Stef- 'M) Hish. Warren. 43th and Orchard SUX --School. 10 a m . : »or*!iir. 11 ? m : MYF. ! p m . fc!lo-A-.hip colfcc. 5.30 P ro.. MON. -- Bojrd- 7:.TO r.m We*lcr. IKih and J SUN. -- School. 10 a.m : ncr«hip. 15 a.m. \\«loan. 4fith and O SUN. -- School. 9:45 a.m.: worship. 31 a.rn l'ni«ersity We«l«y Foundation. 1417 It SUN.-- Fireside. 3 p.m : TUES -- Kappa Phi cabinet. 8 P.m.. at Student Union; Siinna Thcta Epsilon dinner. 6:30 P.m.: FRI. -- Friendly Friday. 7:30 P.ffl. Xazarcne FlrM. 33rd and T SI'N.--School. ?:?.·"· a.m.: -norihip. 10.4", a tn -. service. ~ p.m.: WED --Prascr. | praise. 7.30 p.m. : Vorth Side. 30tti and Starr ! Sl'N--School. :·?· a m . , worship. 3 3 . a rp.: .vnice. 7 -4 · p rn. Presbyterian Colleee ^"ie 1 *. SfiJ^ I*re*e«tt SUX--School, fl.13 a m : «rs:p. 31 a rr Ka^lridce. tflvA and Samnrr SUN--School. S.?" a m : «or»hip. 1] i.m I'jiilli Onbndot. KHn and Randilph SUX -- Sch-v.'. in a.m : ··orVhip. 31 a m IlrM. ITta and F Sl'X -- chor1. 9~A. 11 am: -n^rOiir. ." p -m : ^Irn.-- H-^V S«il!. 7 .',1 p n TI'ES--Bi v lf ^liid*. "O »-n. orJifn- -.· t. 11 a m . "Vrr.--Te*chcr«.. 7..",1 p m : F3:l--Mr. aid }1rt Mamers, fi .10 p T : I'irtJ I tirted. 3Mh and T --·--Ailrmor^n Ivf-i*"ntcp*n, 1 p m ^I'N"--chv»i. o:"-. x m . »orsh p. n « -- . i "j1*i. "i ".0 p n r»nrKTf Ti»r*I. Tltn-nJtam and Rtirlinclon M N.--Sc^"M. fi a -n . i«frship. P 4? a rn. a.m : church losaltv dinner. 6 r.m.: FUI. -- ^ pune adults. 3701 Sumncr Chnrcb of JC*HS Chrivt of letter Day Saints. iV.ih and I) SUN.-- Priesthood. 9 a.m.: school. 10.JO a m . meeting. 6:30 P.m. Chirolhocan. 3426 O SUN. -- Worship, i] a m . City-Wide Tahtmaclr SUN. -- School. 2 p m.: worvhip. 3 P rn.: outh. 7 p.m.: senicr. S p.m.. TUE. -- .Aii*.\ionarv sen-ice. Mclvin Wjma of New Tribes Mission. K«aiur!ical Co«"ant. 2«nb and G SUN. -- School. 9:45 a.m.. worship. 3] a m.. the Re*. Bcrtil Zachrison of Swedcr. Hi Lcasuc. 6 p.m.: *cspers. 7 p.m.; WED. -- Bihlc sludv. pracr. 7:45 P m. K-anirlicjl Fr«. YMI'A ^UN --School. 9 4 5 a.m: worvhir. 10.4', a rn , FCYF. 6.30 p.m.: scmcc. 7-30 p.m . W E D -- Sertice. 7-30 p.m. Kourvqnarr. 3Hrd and Q SUX -- School. 9:15 a m . worship, in ~0 a m . .Trtjcc. 7,45 p.m . WED.-- Piajcr. 7 .10 p m Ha*eloeV llible. 7rth and TUtti SUN -School. 10 a m : ·nonhip. 13 a tti . toiiih. 7 p.m ; WED -- Senicc. 7:40 p m HOP* RtlonnctJ. :;in V Sl'N -- School. 2 p m . . worship. 3 r rn. HatLrrville 'nnmani1* Chapel. II \*-noe UN -- Sriool. 3 0 a m : worship, j l a.m I Inlrrneiat-lntrrdrnominalkinjl. :149 I' , l N -- Dc»otior:v 2 30 p.rn ; prcachint, i ~ p-i ! will begin today with a Lay School ' on Evangelism at 3 p.m. on the Luther College Campus in Wahoo. I Guest evangelists will speak in ' two Lincoln Lutheran churches at 8 p.m. every night this week. Dr. C. C. Madesn of Blair will speak at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. The Rev. William Berg of Minneapolis will speak at First Lutheran Church. Services in both churches will be at 8 p.m. The conference will close with a mass evangelism rally at Luther College at 3 p.m. next Sunday. Sheridan Lutheran To Consecrate Callers Fifteen teams of lay-callers will be consecrated at the service in Sheridan Lutheran this morning in preparation for the congregation's Spiritual Life Mission, Oct. 10-14. The teams will call on members and prospective members of the congregation to invite them to the services and Bible studies. Members of the congregation have received prayer guides in preparation for the Spiritual Lif Mission, says the Sheridan pastor, the Rev. E. W. Philippi. Speaker for the week will be the Rev. R. D. Lechleitner of Columbus, 0. Si:«J HoMrnr i SUN" -- WaUtiKTuer BiKf stii(!». 7 in i ^ f Hmnantrrd lotted Hai Saints. -Kti and I! *,3"N -- *^chool- ;* "0 M -r . *crm^-i. n 1 a -n . Zin-is 1 ^ ^cucs. f; ,-iO r m ^rrrTT". -~si i p -i \ \ J I 3 i --Fellowship. 7 ~n r ._ · Vat**lrnn Arm* « iljidrt. IKHi Q ·»! N -"-n-.Kf. 11 » -i , 11 a rn . h»r- ·vevl JesTivjil rrocr,in. ** ." p rv , Sla«ic m«Hlo\. ·» M A . SI N - 'A-Oiip. '*i a m SVN. -- Oiri^ian r^duralim Sunda*. 11 » -n . iuiir»r hith Ifli.twthip. . ~ p m smior ^nrushir. 7 p m.; MO"C -- MwriJiv Ktr-iinc Jlul- 7:30 P -n : T1"F -Yrm'.h. 7 p -n . Ir'rhcrs. 7-ro r m : WKD -Nr* mr-nert la« « p - i - THUS--Me-is l m ,M V - Mrrlni. 7 -,fi p m St. Taul K'arnrlJeJil and Ktformfd- 13lh JUK! V SI N School. * l"i a m - morihip. 11 a rn TJ_'K^ -- Toc'irr*, 7 3 0 r m . ywjn« rnoi^crs circle, 7 30 p n S*«ctrv nf Frlt-rxlv QnaVni. :C \t». IStb S.J X . .Wnr«J"p. ''.'' a m Tnrrta mlrr. I.".S \o. ):b SUN. -- School. 10 a -n . Jc-oi-m«. 31 a ra « ntun-Un. i:th and H SUN -- Worship. 31 ^ TI and l X -WorOiip 'cfuipelX «hfH]. ! 30 » -i ·m^'ip. I 1 a n - hirt «c»~nj «,'. j IrrrCirp. ^ p -n : iTstallfl^ir^i of pa^lrr. 7 30 r * n . f"]lfn«(d rerer-tkin. TU3- --A11- rh-ncri i?ni1^ T:P«T. ^-M r m : TjH'll 5 ; -- Weomit--s Ou^- *! ,"-0 P rn . Tr ,'a-nrs r, Olwri. J'Til --PctrMh rra3e r««s. 7 p n : n;» ner-.brrs. 7.CO p-n : \Ve«lfrrttrs »aujjc d««c. S p.m. SevrnUi-Day Adrcntist Aflffl OupH. 22«5 and Q S\T--School, i'30 a m ; worj-hrp. 11 a m -». V*r~. IWh amd Frr«cott oi. ; w a m : worship. 33 a m *monfe. 1*r»« So. ISin V\ f --t-chool. '..W am. worship. 31 a m . * SIN j-cTionl. r 4' a n . worv v T. ]fi VI a TI : *-on1*i. 7 p.m . *er*icf. 7 .~TI p -n . TUJ -- -Trnchrrv. 7 T p n : \\"KJ1 teaser. 7.~0 p.m.: FKJ.-- Cnisaders CJut', 4 p m . Lutheran. Women Meet Wednesday Sunday Journal and Star Special COLUMBUS -- T h e Women's Missionary Society of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, (Midwest Synod) will stage their annual convention at Trinity Lutheran Church here. Wednesday and Thursday. Approximately 200 delegates and 150 visitors are expected from Nebraska. Oklahoma. K a n s a s , Texas, Iowa and Missouri. Miss Elaine Wagner, missionary to British Guiana, will speak Wednesday afternoon. Dr. C. H. Ziedler. president of Central States Synod at Fremont will be the guest speaker at the banquet Wednesday evening. This "A'3ll likely be the last convention of the Midwest Synod, due to the merger of synods 3ast spring. Church Workers School Planned A church school workers training institute will be held at Grace Lutheran Church six successive Monday evenings becinnine Oct. 11. Seven Lutheran Churches of Lincoln a n d several outstate churches are co-operating in the 33ist3ti)te. It will be sponsored by the National Lutheran Council of I Churches of the Lincoln area. Religion School To Open Monday The annual School of Religion 'sponsored by the Christian Education division of the Lincoln Council iof Churches, will open Monday i evening at St. Paul Methodist I Church. ! Registration will start at 7 p.m. jfor those who have not already ! registered. The opening assembly v.'ill be at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Paul Kisner. registrar, said all classes are still open. The school is open | to anyone. Seven classes will meet each ! Monday evening for six consecutive Mondays from 7 to 9 p.m. Students may register for only one j course. Following are the courses Jand instructors: j Christian Mcssasc for Our Prc-^cnt T)f I \Vnr!d. the Hcv A. .Mvnin DcLapa. I'rophcts and Their Mcsszccs, Or. A. Le' lard Forrest. 1 Paul--The Man aid His IVoric. ft c Kci . RMciEh j'etcron Jr. I'riJcrsia-dipr Our Junior Pupils. Mr* Slc-rv Terms in Primary Christian Education. Mrs. Wallace Glsnu. I Work of the Children's Dixisjon. lie Ke^ C.niroll I^crcon. 1 T'ndcrsiapdini: Tccn-ajtc Yenith. Mrs Mae fcitkr ; The only cost to students is for textbooks, which will be available for purchase." Mrs. John W. Stahn is dean of i the school. ORGANS For CHURCH HOME Oilier Denominations Otrr-lpm SricrKT. i:iti am! I, M N --Stride. «c»vM, ;; K.r- . WJ'.n. Tr*.T.Ftfnj]i!s. *i r rn . r*dirc Trv*rn. 114 No 12:ri. orrn *cfV a*-**. " a m. in « r ·* ,»ed U xi,-rv3»y *I 7-'/) r.m San- 3?vs 1-4 Ttn. { IWfTCTI fn flWJ KWTOTTWI. ^IHWWfT A ^ rtrmai 11 Prices begin »t $1325 Rfprseentative far ~ · Connsonala · Minshall H LcrrgesJ Selection in Lincoln H Frrt- 6 Chtirrh McCABE rlralion* HAMMOND ORGAN Especially Designed for To«r CHURCH or HOME There are 90 many beaotlfvl Church Tones; Available SEE IT--HEAR IT Then Decide Prices Start at f jL9H CMM*« «· CHMOLLER MUELLE Piano Co. mt "o w st.

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