Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on May 21, 1965 · Page 8
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

Greensburg, Indiana
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Friday, May 21, 1965
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I I Prayers and Meditation Creeniborg (InJ.) Daily News, friday^ May 21, |96S MCE 11 school. COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST— R. N. Ewer, pastor. Sunday school — 9:30. Aaron Hamon, superintendent. Linda Jackson, pianist. Morning worship — 10:30. Theodora Hamon, pianist. Evening worship — 7:30. Wednesday, 7:30 — Midweek prayer service. WESTPORT PILGRIM HOLINESS— Rev. Wayne Isaacs, pastor. Motto Scroggins, superintendent. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. 7—Youth service. 7:30—Evangelistic service. Wednesday, 7:30 — Midweek prayer and praise service. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES— Presiding minister, Harold Gray. 3—Public Bible lecture. 4:15-rWatchtower Bible study Tuesday, 8 — Weekly Bible study. Thursday, 7:30—M i n i s t r y school. Thursday, 8:30—Service meeting. SANDCREEK BAPTIST— Frank Rayburn, pastor. John. Peters, Sunday school superintendent. Ruth Schilling, choir director. Marcia Schilling, church organist. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. 7-30—Evangelistic service. Monday, 7:30—Association B. Y F • Wednesday, 7:30 - Midweek prayer meeting. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE— Pastor, Rev. A. J. Arbuckle. Sunday school superintendent, L. W. Preston. Sunday school — 9:30. Morning worship —10:30. Juniors — 6:30. N. Y. P. S. — 7. Evangelistic service — 7:30. Prayer meeting — Wednesday, 7:30. CLARKSBURG CHRISTIAN— John Smith, minister. Robert Powers, superintendent. Mary Smith, organist. George Morgan, pianist. June Deiwert, song leader. 9:30—Bible school. 10:30—Morning worship. Special music. Solo by John Smith. 6:45—Youth meeting. 7:30—Evening worship. Evangelistic service will commence Monday night at the Buena Vista Christian Church with the Rev. John Smith speaking. LIBERTY BAPTIST— Harry F. Cooke, pastor. 9:30 — Church school. Gayle Coombs, superintendent. 10:30 — Worship. Organ prelude: Helen Parker. Song leader: Brenda Coombs. Processional: Choir. Special Music: Temple Choir. "I Am Listening For His Footstep." Sermon Theme: "Do It Now." 7:30 — Worship. Invocation. Hymn time. The Young People of the church will present a play, "The Challenge of the Cross." Also special music. Fellowship hour. The Young People of the church will entertain the County BYF Rally on Monday evening at 8, May 24 with the "Challenge of the Cross" as the evening message. All are welcome to attend. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD— Robert L. Browning, pastor. James E. Sanders, choir director. Shel Trick, youth leader. Doris Browning, organist. Nellie Henderson, pianist. 9:30 — Sunday school. Pansy Williams, superintendent. Rosemarie Pavy, assistant. 10:30 — Morning worship. Sermon: "Religion of the Spirit." Anthem: "For the Beauty of the Earth." Solo: Shel Trick. Prelude by Debbie Burkhead. Offertory by Dixie Semon. 7 — Evening service and hymn sing will be dismissed for the Greensburg High School Baccalaureate with the Rev. Grester Kemp speaker. Monday, 7:45 — Youth Fellowship in church fellowship hall. Tuesday, 8 — Greensburg High School Commencement. Wednesday, 6:30 — Chancel choir rehearsal. 7:30 — Prayer meeting and Bible study, Matt. 5, 6, 7, 8:30 — Meeting of all Bible school personnel. Thursday, 6:15-8:15 — Vacation church school registration. ' Friday, 6:15-8:15 — DVCS. Saturday, 12:45 — Pastor's class. j All Weekly Church News Must Be Moiled to Arrive At the Doily News Office Not Lotef Thanr Noon Thursday Meadow Gold Dairy Products Meadow Gold 18 Mighty Good 935 East Main St. Phone 862-6401 Thurston Implement & Supply. Incorporated North Michigan Ave. PHONE 663-5191 Gi Hi land-Howe Funeral Home AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 662-3141 Worland & Schwendenmann, Inc. Plumbing, Heating. Sheet Metal Gas and Oil Burners .Compensation Insurance Phone 662-3241 COMPLIMENTS OF or 212 North Franklin St. Phone 662-5601 COMPLIMENTS OF Westport Branch Union Bank & Trust Co. A Complete Banking Service WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS 736 WEST MAIN Federal Land Bank Association FARM LOANS WILLIAM F. SMITH, Manager Room 3. Murphy Building LERMANS Porter's Furniture "BIG LEAGUE QUALITY . . . LITTLE LEAGUE PRICES" East Side Square Come as a neighbor . . . return as a friend. Greensburg Lumber Co. "THE HOUSE OF HOMES" Complete Line of Building Materials Phone 662-7361 Westport Implement Co. YOUR I-H DEALER COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE OF FAKM IMPLEMENTS JOE HARPRING PAUL McCREAR7 Qatewooa BUILDING SUPPLY CO. The Gateway to Better Building P. 0. Box 218, Westport Phone 591-3344 PAUL CARR Monuments, Markers WESTPORT, DVD. PHONE 591-7513 Smith Corporation READY-MIX CONCRETE QUALITY CONCRETE BLOCKS Phone 662-3303 Carney Hatchery FIELD SEEDS X. . GARDEN SEEDS PET SUPPLIES . . . DOG FEED CHICKS . . . MASTER-MIX FEEDS ON YOUR MARK! GET SET! GO! In many respects life is comparable to a foot race, but before a young man is ready to enter that track meet there should be intensive preparation and training from childhood until he is called to the starting line. Before he is ready for "GO," knowledge, power and enthusiasm must be acquired as well as education and training for a special vocation. Even with an abundance of these requirements there is another essential that is vital and necessary, even if not as tangible. That essential is Faith. Without it life is as a powerful ship without a rudder. Faith is needed from the time time of childhood until the end of the race. How may it be acquired and kept? There is no better source of supply, and for the strengthening of that supply, than the church of one's faith. Given the same sought-after attention as that expressed in acquiring the ' other essentials the young man will have faith necessary for the race and he'll be ready for "GO!" ST. PAUL E. U. B.- Bill Waugh, minister. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Morning worship. MT. PLEASANT METHODIST— Thomas Rannells, minister. William A. Davis, superintendent. 9:15 — Worship service. 10:15 — Sunday school. 2 — M. Y. F. at Zion. 2 — Board meeting. WESTPORT CHRISTIAN— Edward Rudicel, ad interim minister. Gene Lucas, superintendent. 9:30—Sunday school. 10:30—Worship service. Sermon: "The New Birth." Saturday, 6—Youth meeting. MILFORD METHODIST— Mike Henderson, pastor. Gilbert Fortner, superintend- int. 9:30 — Worship. 10 — Sunday school. Mildred Hime, pianist. 6 — Youth Bible study. 7 — Church. NEW POINT BAPTIST— Cecil Vire, superintendent. Bilie Morton, pianist. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Guest speaker. 6:30 — Training union. 7:30 — Evening worship. Wednesday, 7:30 — Prayer and Bible story. NEW POINT CHRISTIAN- John Baynes, minister. Boyd Hacker, superintendent. Mary Colson, organist. Ercil Williams, pianist. 9:30 — Bible school. 10:30 — Morning worship. , 6:30 — Youth hour. 7:30 — Evening worship. Tuesday, 7:30 — Harmony Builders' class meeting. Wednesday, 7 — Junior choir practice. 7:30 — Friendly Circle class meeting. Thursday, 7:30 — Bible study. HOLY TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN — Donald E. Levenhagen, pastor. Robert Stutz, Sunday school superintendent. Worship—8:30. Sunday school—9:45. Thursday, 6:30—Adult instruction. UNION BAPTIST— Joe 0. Lewis, pastor. Richard Beatty, superintendent. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. 12 — Pitchin dinner at church as farewell for Rev. Joe Lewis. 7:30 — Evening worship. GREENSBURG PILGRIM HOL1NESS- O. W. Willis, pastor. Wendell Gookins, superintendent. 9:30—Sunday school and morning worship. 7—Young people's service. 7:30—Evening service. 7:30—Wednesday prayer service. BURNEY BAPTIST— Paul E. Schreiber, pastor. Dennis Israel, superintendent. Cecil Workman, assistant superintendent. Mrs. Beulah Cook, pianist. Mrs. Reba Workman, organist. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. 7:30 — Evening devotions. 8 — Choir practice. ST. PAUL LUTHERAN (SMYRNA)— Donald Schambow, pastor. Edward Meyer, superintendent. Mary Ann Schwering, organist. 9 — Worship service. 10 — Sunday school. 1:30, Wednesday - L. C. W. 7:30 — Junior choir rehearsal. ' • 8 —Senior choir rehearsal. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD— 0. M. Rayburn, pastor. Freeman England, superintendent. Barbara England, pianist. "9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Morning worship. 7 — Evangelistic service. Wednesday, 7—Midweek service, with Freeman England in charge. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY— Subject: "Soul and Body." Golden Text: I Corinthians 3:17. "The temple of God 'is holy, which temple ye are." Responsive reading: Psalms 84:14, 7, 9-12. Morning service — 10:45. Sunday school — 9:30. Reading room open each Wednesday from 2 to 4. LETTS METHODIST— A. I. Atkins, pastor. Glenn Hodson, superintendent. 9:30—Sunday school. Joyce Hodson, organist. Edna Pohlman, pianist. 10:30—Morning worship. Marva Evans, organist. 6-M. Y. F. Wednesday, 7:30—Prayer meeting. BEHEL APOSTOLIC— Alfred Asarisi, pastor. Jack Liford, youth leader. Jo Ann Kress, pianist. Gene Coy, superintendent. 8:30 — Radio broadcast. 9.30 _ Sunday school. "Loyal to the Bible Sunday." Lesson: "Joseph—Sold Into Egypt," Genesis 37:1-36. 6:30 — Choir practice. 7-30 — Evangelistic service. Tuesday, 7 — Prayer, followed by Saints meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 — Ladies will meet at the home of Mrs. Aaron Phillips. , , Thursday — Young peoples service. Hqrgitt Construction, Inc. COMMERCIAL—BETTER RESIDENTIAL One Mile Wert on State Road 41 PHONE 662-2844 W. C Pulse Lumber & Hardware Co. Everything in Building Material! Greensburg Milling, Inc. Master Mix Quality Feeda West Main St. Phone 662-6641 McCoy & Douglas, Inc. Since 1930 BUICKS . . . OLDS . . . PONTIACS "The Pick of the Field" Repair Work All Make* Huntington's Jewelry GIFTS YOU GIVE WITH PRIDE See Lee's "Hi-Folks" Every Saturday North Side Square Phone 662-7932 Union Bank & Trust Co. A Modem Bank COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Greensburg, Indiana Compliments Of The Coca-Cola Bottling Ask for It Either Way COCA COLA OR COKE! Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-Op GREENSBURG CLARKSBURG NEW POINT LETTS Bass Funeral Home AMBULANCE, OXYGEN EQUIPPED Phone Wefitport 591-2571 Decatur County National Bank YOU ARE IMPORTANT TO US PARK H. SNYDER • INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE 212 North Franklin—First Federal Bldg. Phone 662-8200 Greensburg Building & Loan Assoc. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Insared Savings and Home Loans DECATUR COUNTY QUALITY DEPARTMENT STORE SOUTH SIDE SQUARE GO TO CHURCH THIS SUNDAY The Schultz Co. X QUALITY FURNITURE / Since 1868 West Main St. Phone 662-4651 Dalrnbert & Co. FLOOR COVERINGS - DRAPERIES CERAMIC TILE -Since 1884 FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST— Rev. Estes Denton, pastor. . Herschell Mclntyre, song lead- Mrs. Herschell Mclntyre, pianist. • Claude Burch, Sunday school superintendent. William Gatheridge, training union director. 9:30 — Sunday school. 10:30 — Worship service. 6:30 — Training union. / 7:30 — Worship service. Wednesday, 7:30 — Midweek >rayer service. STAR BAPTIST— Charles Cantrell, pastor. Sunday school — 9:30. Stanley Lemmons, superintendent. Carl and Mildred Dietrich, orchestra eaders. Morning worship —10:40. Mrs. Don Hayes, choir director.. Mrs. Wilmer Platti pianist. 6:45 — Junior and intermediate B. Y. F. 7:30 — Program and reception o honor the graduates. Wednesday, 8 — Bible study and prayer service. Friday, May 28, 8 — Berean class meeting 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Platt. •REENSBURG METHODIST— Grester L. Kemp, minister. 9:30 — Church school. Richard Welsh, superintendent. The high chool and adult classes win combine for a mission Sunday peaker. 10:30 — Worship service. Sermon: "How Far—How Close— What—Can You See?" Installa- ion of W.S.C.S. and W.S.G. officers. Recognition of graduates. Tuesday, 1:30 — Martha Circle meeting. Wednesday, 1:30 — Chancel hoir rehearsal. Thursday, 9-11 — Vacation ible school. 1:30 and 7:30 — District W.S.C.S. officers training day at Batesville. 7:30 — Boy cout meeting. Friday, 9-11 — Vacation Bible / ffiST CHRISTIAN— Gordon E. Masters, minister. Donald Wilson, Bible school uperintendent. JMrs-Dnn Riiftll Mrs. Al Doles, organist. Ronda Cutsinger, pianist. 9:20 — Bible school. 10:30 — Morning worship. Ofertory: "Thine is the Way," —" Organ. Anthem: "Jacob's Ladder." Sermon: "One Solitary Man." 1:30 ^- Softball practice game it the North Park Diamond Monday, 8 — Christian Men's 'ellowship Retreat planning at Milroy. "Tuesday, 4.— Girl.Scout Troop No. 188. Wednesday, 3:30 — Girl Scout Troop No. 61. 7:30 — Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 6:30 — Boy Scouts. Friday, 4 — Girl Scout Troop .• o. 207. ". KINGSTON UNITED PRESBYTERIAN— Stan Ray, minister. .Russell Fussner, clerk of ses- ion. Edward Parker, Sunday school uperintendent. Mrs. Bernice Throp, organist. 9:30—Divine worship. Rural Life Sunday observances and ledication of crops. Sanctuary to >e appropriately decorated. Members are encouraged to at- end in working attire. Sermon:', "The Precious Soil—Man Is a iteward." 10:30r-Church school. 7—United Parish Youth. Mike McCoy in charge. Monday—Pastor and Mrs. Ray will attend closing days of the General Assembly at Columbus, Next Sunday—"The Gardens, of the Bible." MT. AERIE BAPTIST- R. E. Davidson, interim pastor. . , , Norman Weston, superintendent. Mrs. Robert Owens, organist. Robert Ferris, choir director. 9:30—Church school. 10:30—Morning worship. Recognition service for seniors, Rebecca Wiley, Dallas Gorbett, Bob Menef ee and Bob Mattock. Special music by the Jackson chorus. Sermon: "Christ's Prayer for His Own," John 17:11-26. 6:45—Baptist Evening Fellowship. Topic: "the Finality of Jesus Christ in the Age of Universal H i s t o r y." Discussion groups for adults, young people, juniors and beginners. 7:30—Evening worship and hymn sing. Sermon: "Noah's Ark," Genesis 6:11-22. Tuesday, 8 — loleta Mission Circle meets at the home of Mrs.' William Cannon for important organizational meeting. Wednesday, 9—Prayer service and Bible study. . ^ (Continue* on Pace Twelni ^

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